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Edgefield - .dvertiser
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3.
Sow oats aud plenty of them.
ila ve you paid for your paper?
Send us the news from your
New berry College ha? 152
When you fail to receive your
paper notify this office.
The students at Clemson Collogf
will attend the State fair.
The man who laughs in a high
key has high aspirations.
Court convenes cn the third
Monday of this mouth, Nov. 15.
About this time look out for
cold weather, is what the almanacs
Look out for cold weather, that
is if it doesn't get to you before
Miss Mamie Lake returned to
Augusta this week after a pleas
ant visit to Edgefield.
Editor Dana's favorite dishes
were chitterlings for everyday and
lemon pie for Sunday.
If one-half the world don't know
how the other half lives, it isn't
the fault of the women.
Prof. T. E. Woodeon left on
Thursday last to take charge of
his Saluda county school.
The Alabama holler is a mighty
putty holler. Grim me half a dol
lar, I'll learn you how to holler.
joseph Wylie, of Chester, S. C.,
ha& given $15,00 to build a new
dormitory at Erskine College.
The towr of Saluda has passed
an ordinance taxing 0. P. nouses
$15 per month, payable in advance.
Senator Tillman's health is
improving. His physicians say he
must remain quie; or a month or
and cow liver! To this complex
ion has it come atlast! Let us
The acreage in wheat and oats
trill be largely increased in Edf
field county for the next year.
Low cotton !
The Cotton Plant is out again,
bright and full of meat. It is now
really and truly a farmers paper.
Price $1.00 a year.
A Jersev bull, fine poiuts, 10
months old, to exchange tor a good
milch cow. Apply at this office.
A Massachusetts man, 72 years
old, was recently sent to the peni
tentiary for sleabng three hens.
He was out of meat.
An exchat ge says: Beware of
the merchant who has uot confi
dence enough in his own stock of
goods to advertise them.
r.ev. W. G. Mayes, pastor of our,
Presbyterian church, attended the
Synod of South Carolina which
met in Darlington last week.
Election on the first Monday in
December next for County Dispen
ser. Applications must be filed
twenty days be'ore said election.
There were no services in our
village churches ou last Sunday
morning. There was preaching in
our Methodist church in the after
Kangaroo tails on ic4*, at Noi
ruan Youngblood's beef market for
the next few days. Ask for 'em.
Norman always lopes at the head
of the gang.
Gov. Ellerbe has appointed L.
P. Eptom, auditor of Spar.a'jburg
county, to the office of Comptroller
General, vice Jas. E. Norton, elect
ed to Congress.
Cotton continues to go down, we
don't know wnen it will touch bot
tom, but you can easily t^ll when
it reaches hard bottom, it will feel
hard to your toes.
One of the wisest saying credited
to Dr. Samuel Johnson was that
it is worth $50,C ) a year to a
man always to be uble to see the
bright side of things.
Undismayed by awful example,
and not even knowing that Mrs.
Luetgert is dead, forty women
have proposed marriage to the ole
man. Great sausages!
What must become of the dispen
sary since original package reigns
supreme at even' cross roads? Let
the whole business go to Halifax.
Give us persimmon beer.
Anent the meeting of our legis
lature, we rise to remark that tb'
late Hardy Wall us' d to say that
"the best legislatur man is the one
who kills the moest bills."
Greenwood's new Baptist church
thai cost $20,000 will be dedicated
on the first Sunday in November.
Dr. Whittsitt, of Kentucky, will
preach the sermon on the joyous
M. P. Werls?, E?j., has just re
turned from a vis?i fo Abbeville,
where he went on legal business.
He brought back a shot bag full
of money, crammed to the top, so
full it wouldn't tie.
Tobacco again looms up before
EdgehVld farmers as the money
crop of the fnturf, and why not?
SamTaylor is still jimo-ig us and
knows how to make it, how to cure
it and I ow to chaw it.
A steel chest protector aga
bullets and knife thrusts, in
form of a vest, has been patei
by a Texan.
How the weather found out 1
this was November we don't kn
but it certainly knows it, for \.
bliz, blizzard is almost here,
consolation is, it will bring v
it s usages and spareribs.
The hunting season opened
Monday, tin 1st of Noverol
Edgefield sportsmen can now sh
anything that flies in Edgefi
air or over Edgefield soil, exe
angels, and Edgefield angels dc
move that way.
A kiss may be. as tender I
calm as the dew falling on a. r
leaf, or as devastating and die
trous as a cyclone.-[Respectfu
referred to bachelor Hugh Wils
of the Press and Bauuer for i
The Edgefield Institut* has a<
ed to its other departments that
elocution, art and vocal muf
Miss Lula Vass, of Aiken, daugh
of Dr. Yass, of the Greenwood <
phanage, will have charge of ti
Treasurer Morgan finished 1
grand rounds collecting taxes
Quarles on yesterday, Tuesdi
From that time on until the li
of December he wit' receive ta?
at Edgefield. His receipts up
date are very small.
Wagon Harness, Boggy Hame
Wagon and Buggy Whips, Harm
Leather, Lace Leather &c, at W.
The gold reserve in the Unit
States Treasury increases, It
'now above $1,000,000. But t
Treasury is losing rapidly otb
forms of currency, and v. '! ha
to pay out gold. Perhaps it mi
tempt the raiders soon.
A curious thing is reported fra
Staunton, Va. The telepho:
people, whose experience wi1
pretty telephone girls bas n<
altogether been satisfactor
advertised for ugly girls, and the
was only one applicant.
We call the attention of oi
readers to the advertisement of
Hems t ree t & Bro., Augusta, Ga., :
this issue. They are headquarte
for guns, pistols, cartridges, ai:
sporting goods. They also do ai.
kind of repairing in these line
and are reliable and capable.
The A tl au ta Constitution sa.}
that a man in CartersviL
purchased the gallows on which
man was hanged and built a hen
uer; of the lumber. He bas not. ba
a chicken stolen from it, an
it is said that the colored hrothe
won't go within a block of it if h
can possibly avoid doing so.
Solicitor Thurmoud is winni;-;
golden opinions all through hi
circuit. His conduct of the bu si
ness of h ?s office is wise, conserv?
tiv''-?, ai d at the same time vigoi
ous, running the State to as littl
cost as possible, consistent wit
the public weal. He will go u
higher "iu the sweet."
Store your cotton and held fe
the advance in price. I am ste
ring for 25cts. per bale per monti
M. A. TAYLO ?,
Edgefield Ware House
Oct. 5, '97.
J.E. Tarver, 915 Broad S'reel
Augusta, Ga., is the daisy hard
ware naerobaat of that city, j
farmer boy himself from earl;
youth to mair re manhood, h
knows exactly what the farme
needs in the haidw eline, planta
tion tools and implements. Ptea<
his advertisement in this issue am
go to see him.
As a cotton factor and merchan
Asbury Hull, of Augusta, Ga., hai
few peers. Long and favorably
known to Edgefield people, he
needs no introduction at our hands
Read his card in another column
He will serve you well and faith
fully, honestly and to your besl
i u ie-es ts, which are also his. Mr.
Hull is the successor of Hull &
The Columbia State has the fol
lowing pleasant words to say ol
Solicitor Thurmond: "Solicitoi
Thurmond made quite a good re
cord at the term. Ina week and s
half nearly 50 cases have beeu dis
posed of. Outside of the dispen
sary cases, he only lost three case.=
-two bei tig for murder. Out ol
the dispensary cases he secured
two convictions, the other five be
ing acquittals. Mr. Thurmond
speaks briefly, but pointedly and
impressively to his juries.
A queer thing happens daily on
Mr. Jesse Morgan's place, five miles
from Edgefield ! Two small pig?
regularly suck one of bis milch
cow . They fight off the calf and
quietly proceed to take the calf's
place. Our friend jess has named
the cow (3 irolina and the pigs L?en
Ryan and John Gary. Jess is a
?,reat admirer of the two governors
and wanto to perpetuate their
names and fame in enduring brass,
and haven't those pigs got brass to
thus monopolize the calf's "vit
iels"' Let 'er roll !
The late lamented Bill Nj e once
said : "Do not attempt to cheat au
editor out of his year's subscription
to his paper, or any other sum.
Cheat the minister, cheat anybody
md everybody, but if you have
any regard for future conse
quences, don't fool the editor. You
will be put up tor office some time,
or want some public favor for
yourself or friends and when your
luck is a thing of beauty, a joy
forever, the editor will open upon
you, and knock your castles into
a cocked Y t at the first fire. He'll
subdue you, and then you'll cuss
your stupidity driveling idiot: go
uir^ some man to knock you down
md kick you for falling.
Days and ]>
have made us
of the sty
P. B. Tobin Cotton Co.
This is the name and style of a
new Augusta cottou iirm. Mr.
Tobin is the retiring member of
the late firm of Hull & Tobin. The
place of business is No. 5 Warren
Block. With every facility for do
iug business and an abundant cap
ital, excel!eut service will be ren
dered patrons and customers. The
firm will bold your cotton and ad
vance money on it at low'rates of
Astronomers look for another
sreat meteoric phower of stars on
the morning of November 15, 1899.
Thebe great "star showers" occur
every 33 years aud one day. The
great shower of 1799 occurred on
Nov. 12; that of 1SS3 on Nov. 13,
that of 1S66 on Nov. 14, and con
sequ y a repetition of the next
wonderful phenomena is expected
on the morniug of Nov. 15, 1891
Not only this, but it is stated on
?.he sanie authority that ihere will
be a right smart spriuk'e of a show
er on Nov. 14, 1S97, only a few days
off, aud if you haven't paid up
your subscription to the ADVER
TISER by that time you may get
badly scorched, if not sizzled. Be
ready with your fire proof receipt
in your pocket and you will not
3?r. Leitch at Harmony.
Rev. Mr. Dautzler writes as fol
lows of Mr. Leitch's proposed meet
ing at Harmony church: "Piense
announce in your next week's lo
cals that Rev. Thos. H. Leitch will
begin a series of meetings at Har
mony church on the 2nd Sunday
of November, the 14th. The great
object of the meetiug is not the up
building of one denomination, but
the promotion of a deep, rich
Christiau experience, and develop
ment of a fruitful character among |
all the peop e. We, therefore, earn
estly invite ail'to attend and seek
with us a fuller measure of the
grace of God i.n our hearts and
lives. We bespeak an interest iu
the prayers of Christian people for
the spiritual success of the meet
Cut up the meat as soou cold and
put it in a cool place where
it will Dot freezy' to ripen for four
to eight days, according to age of I
creature; five days is long enough
for a two year-el'1. Then take an
iron boiler two-thirds full of I
boiling water (be sure it boils)
and put in as many pieces of meat]
as it will bold, put on the cover
and let it boil about 10 minutes,
them take out and put in some
more for the same length of time,
being sure there is a good fire
and the water is boiling hot every
tim^. This process closes thc
pores of the meat on the outside
and keeps the juices from going
iuto the brine. When the meat
that ia be salted has all been
cocked a few min?tes, pack in the
meat barrel, put on a we ght and
add the following brine, boiling
bot: Two oz saltpeter, 2 lbs brown
sugar, 6 lbs coarse salt, to4gallous
in One Dav.
Frequent use in political
discussion of the phrase "dark
horse' has inspired somebody to
lok up the origin of that expres
sion. The authorities seem to unite
in crediting ils invention to Lord
Her'outfield, in whose book,
"The Young Duke," are to be found
these lines; "The first favorite
was never heard of, the second
favorite was never seen after the
distance post, all the ten-lo-oners
were in the rear, and a dark horse,
which had never b nu thought of,
and which tho .relees St. James
bad .. even observed in the
list, rushed past the grand stand
in sweeping triumph.-Augusta
Red Messena Orange at the "Loray
fountain of Youth."
Now is the time to sow Wheat, Rye
and Harley, buy choice seed from W.
Maps of Edgetieid county, con?
taiuing bjth Saluda and Green
wood, for sale at this office.
ry year you wear more or less
; an hour or two looking at
be well spent-you may order
ne at your leisure.
Suits, $7.50 to $25,
Coats, $7.50 to $25.
y remarkable influences con
pon this exhibition of Men's
1 Overcoats. The distinction
les will be appreciated by those
il taste ; yet the collection has
5 of garments that have sturdy
and elegant finish-but at very
. Plain figures-one price only.
BROAD and 9th STREETS.
Jrry for First Week, November
John Scurr}', Pickens,
L E Glanton, Collins,
A J Parkman, Pickens,
Elbert Dorn, Collins,
W A McLeuna, Johnston,
J L Talbert, Talbert,
O W Lanier. Hibler,
Clifford Robertson, Plum Branch,
James DeVoro Pickens,
A P Douglass, Washington,
H A Smith, Wise,
Joe Lakt Prince, Col li irs,
vjeo Dorn, Jr, "
Milledge Glantcn, Jr, Collier,
J 0 Herrin, Pickens,
Philip Markeri, Meriwether,
W G Corley, Talbert,
S W Long, Talbert,
C T Mathis, Collier,
Wm Lott, Johnston,
J W Fallaw, Johoslou,
W A Reynolds, Hibler,
W J Adams, Pickens,
Thos Berry, Pickens,
C PI Stone, Washington,
CN West, Talbert,
Jas Strother, Collins,
W H Roper, Wise..
J M Holstou, War-nington.
W A Collett, Wise,
W E Gilchrist, Talbert,
W H Boyce, Wise,
J Wm Bracunell, Plum Branch,
Lewis Holmes, Wards,
S L Roper, WTise,
W B Bush, Wards.
Why Don't You Listen?
We have been talking to you
three mouths through this and
other papers, giving you testimony
from prominent meu all ever the
land of the virtues of Norman's
Neutralizing Cordial as a sure
cure for clyepcaia ar?<lall alnraaok
troubles, and of Norman's Indian
Worm Pellets as a safe and sure
expeller of worms, and yet a great
many of you have not .yet tried
them. You eau buy a small bottle
of each size for the trifling sum of
35c Try them Sold by all drug
In One Day.
A Farmer's Paper.
The Southern Farmer and
Horticulturist will be published
at Newberry, S. C., in 16-page
form twice a mouth at $1.00 a year.
The first issne will appear on 15th
November, 1897, and the secoud
on 15th of December and after
that on 1st and 15t h of each mouth.
The volumes will run with the
calendar year. Subscriptions taken
this year will be credited to
January, '99. All communications
aud matters for publication should
be addressed to Prof. J. S. New
man, Clemson College, S. C., and
all matters pertaining to the
business or subscription depart
ment, of the paper should be
addressed to the undersigned. Prof
Newman has absolute control of |
the editorial management.
We will spare no labor or pains
to give the farmers of tha South a
b' oad gauge, up-to-date agricul
tural paper. We ask their hearty
co-operation and expect to stanc1.
on ou : own merits.
E. H. AULL, Publisher,
Newberry, S. C.,
In One Day.
What a Cont Stamp Will Do.
If you will send us a one cent
stamp and your address, we will
mail you a copy of our handsome
Ready Refereuce Book. It is
brimful of useful information, and
no family should be without it.
It alsr tells of the wonderful
virtuee of Norman's Neutraling
Cordial b,sA Norman's Indian
THE NORMAN CORDIAL CO.,
157-159 East Bay, Charlston,
S. C. Sold by all druggists.
''Cherry Kipe" at the '\Luray" a
most delightful drink.
Ituy the Florence Wagons, for sale
by W. W. Adams.
"Vigorone" at the "Luray," as its
name indicates, invigorates as well as
delights the palate.
For Men Only.
Ladies please skip this para
graph. It got into our columns by
mistake and wo have asked the
printers-to set it upside down :
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Eldorado Engine Oil, best Oil made
for Engines, Gins &c, for sale by W.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J. D. Allen. Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Mrs. S. E. Garner has
made suit to me to grant her Let
ters of Administration cum testa
mento annexo on the estate and
efTects of Stephen W. Mays, de
Ti ese are, therefore, lo cite and
admouish all and singular the kju
dred and creditors of the sa'd
Stephen W. Mays, deceased, that
they be and appear before mein
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgedeld C. H.. S. C., on the 4th
ot November next, after publica
tion thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration ?hould not be granted.
Given under my hand the 18th
..-A-?. day of October, A. D.
j SEAL, j 1897, and published
' i-y-> ' in the ADVERTISER
Oct. 20th, 1897.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
S. H MANGET,
TRENTON, S. C.
Nice line of popular books, pa"
ppirs and magazines kept constant
Subscriptions received for maga
zines aud newspapers.
I am enabled to make the fol
lowing extraordinary club offers:
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er with any one of these papers, bot!)
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Or with any of these for $1.25.
SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR, of At
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THE. SILVER KNIGHT-WATCH
MAN", o? WuoJbin**?.,, X>. O.
SPEECHES OF HENRY W. GRADY ;
The CONST?TUTION and the SUN
NY SOUTH, both one year, for $2X3.
?JF' Your patronage for anything
in my line is solicited.
Mrs. B. N. Buckley,
625 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, - GEORGIA.
PENS ARD INKS.
All articles required by
schoold or tho trade always kept on
j HEADQUARTERS .
I Guns. Pistols. 1
SPORTING GOODS, ;
; HEMSTREET'S j
. 557 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. ?
Carolina and CnMni G-ap Ry.
Schedule in Effert June 20,1897.
Lv. Edgefield 5 30 am 2 20 pm
Ar. Pittsburg 5 40 am 2 27 pm
" Trenton 6 00 am 2 50 pm
" Baynhams 7 02 am
" Seiglers 7 08 am
" Milbdgev'e7 13 am
" Lake View 7 22 am
" Crofts 7 40 am
Aiken 8 00 am.
Lv. Aiken ll 15 am
Ar. "Crofts 1130 am
" Lakeview 1142 am
? Milledgev'e ll 57 am
" Seiglers 12 04 pm
" Baynhams 12 10 pm
" Trenton 3 15 pm 12 30 pm
" Pittsburg 3 30 pm 12 50 pm
" Edgefield 3 35 pm 1 00 pm
The rules of the Southern Rail
way ore adopted for the movemenl
of tr ins and government of em
ployees of this company.
I. vV. FOWLER,
W. M. MEYER,
E. G. HALTIWANGER,
Frt. & Pass. Ag't,
Edgefield, S. C
-OF FINE -
CARRIAGES Al TEAPS.
IS VERY COMPLETE.
We have recei/ed three car loads
of STUDEBAKER WAGONS.
The unvarying character of these
wagons assures salisfaction to
every purchaser as the cheapest
We Have Added
A complete line of Hard
ware, Cutlery, Tools of all
kind?, Plows, genuine
Scovil Hoes, etc., io which
we invite tie attention of
our Edgefield county
Day & Tannaby,
and vicinity, will consult their in
terest by writing to the
CO., AUGUSTA, GA.,
for prices on Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Shingles, Laths,
Lumber, or anything in
pp. P- 1JI. uppi)
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Where he will still continue to
PEEE EYE TESTS
For all defects of eight. Grinds
any shape and style of lenses
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses, rest or
CMil: M, Hals
MEI'S MOMS. .
YOU MUST WEAR
OUR FALL STYLES ARK READY.
They a-e as cheap and beite" than
ever. We have seo ired t je markets
and aft?-r un evenfc'n?; efforts, careful
study end fo 'o io 'irhr. 1 ave gathered
tlie best thai noden se'ence and skill
ed workmanV1 DC n produce.
Weean tlio\.-yo'a fcl'eNewest.Bright
esl md ino t . asi*?on b'e ? Mo. liing for
men and boys eve . 0 pered a we'l dress
ed comm un "?y. T.'e rise in the new
tariff .'av.'s \.-'I not intei-."ere with cur
prices. Dav'ng bo . il our Ch ng
eariv :''"d be ore the . -:A' was p.jL 011 ;
'.? cna'j'es is to ?,?ve the lowest prices
on the liest Clothing ever offered to
FRQfn $1.00 UP
To areal elegant ove at a reasonable
price. Young Me.i's Suits from $8 io
$"10. Don't fail to see our Men's Woo]
su>ts at $3.50. We have a full'line of
Men's Blue, Clack and Colored, Single
and Double breasted Suits that weare
offering* at $7.00. These suits are all
wool, cut in the latest style and.will
give you perfect satisfaction.
Our ?toe'- 0." Shoe* ;,; complete in every
line for Men, Woolen and Children
Don't forget that we arel ?ie agents
here lor the well Known Hay Stale
Shoes. Every pair warranted to crt ve
Hats and -
If you wanta stylish Hat, a pair of
Gloves, the latest thing in Shirts,Col
lara and Cliffs or an up-to-dal? Tie,
etc'..see our Mne. its all right, botli as
to style anJ price.
We ask jour in vest i ?rat ion of our
stock, whether you buy or ;;ot. Its
worth your time, lt will save you
E. B. HA RT'
Secure some of farmer Walton's
Oats before they are all sold, at W. W
HEADQUARTERS FOR VISITORS
AND MILLINERY GOODS.
The Silver Block is always headquarters for everything", and at all times
mr customers and friends are welcomed. And we are glad to entertain them
it eitiier of our elegant stores on Silver Block, whether they wish to buy from
is or not. Come make yourselves at home ! Look through our immense stock,
ret OTT prices and in the future you will buy from no one else. If you are
ooking for shoddy ?oods don't come to see us for we don't keep th?m.
From our lair dealings in good, honest goods and for less money than
ither houses charge you for shoddy g jods, we have built up one of the most
mmense trades that any other Southern house ever enjoyed.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT.
250 pairs Men's Hand-made Shoes, worth $4.50, to go at $3.00
300 pairs Men's Casco Calf Shoe?, worth ;;.50, to go at 2.o0
800 pairs Men's Brogan " " 1.50, to go at 1.00
050 pairs Women's Polkas Solid, " 1.00, to go at 75c
The most complete line of all kinds of fine foot-wear to be found in the city
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. .
We consider that we have no comp< cition in this line, neither in prices
lor styles. Remember our's are all nsw joods and the latest patterns.
? OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT,
Our Clothing Dep^riment is up to date in every respect, Givens a call
md be convinced that we are yo ir jriends.
Silver Shoe and Hat Go.,
Silver Dry Goods and Clothing Co.,
ON SILVER BLOCK,
1205 TO 1209 BROAD STREET, - .' - AUGUSTA, GA.
SAPT. 6HARLES W. STALN4KEE
FORMERLY OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Is with us and will be pleased to see his friends and customers both fro-n
?oui h Carolina and Georgia.
S. T. 1C60 lOd.
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IF YOU WANT A GOOD
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IT HAS A REPUTATION OF OVER 25 YEARS.
FOR SALE BY
CHARLES B. ALLEN,
831 BROAD STREET, - - AUGUSTA, GA.
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Six Year Old )orn Whiskey at ir \00 per gallon.
Prompt attention given fco the Jug Trade.
All orders must be accornpr?ed .vith the cash.
047 BROAD STREET, - - - AUGUSTA, GA.
Central Time Between Columbia and Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Hetween Co?
lumbla and Oth<-r Point?.
EFFECTIVE MAT B, 1907.
Lv. J'ville, F.a?P.Ry.
Ar. Co lumbla.,..
No. SBjXo. SC
ll 85 p
4 34 a
10 65 a
10 10 p
Augusta, So. Ry...
Columbia Un. aep't.
Ool'bla Bland'g st.
Ar. Richmond. 0 00 a
Baltimore Pa. R.R.
" Xew York....
0 42 a
10 15 a
ll 85 p
X' 37 j No. 33
" Phila p;-ia.
" Balti: Mk.........
Lv. Wash ->n, So. Ky..
Lv. Rich nd,
4 30 pl li'lint
0 55 p i\J0a
3 20p| r, 22 a
10 43pl H loo
2 00 a
Roc k HUI.
Col'bia Biand'g st..,
Columbia Un. aep't.
0 85 a
10 65 a
11 41 a
1 15 p
Lv. Col'bia, S.C.&G.Ry
Lv. Col'bia, F.C.&P.Ey,
4 80 ft
0 02 a
0 48 a
7 17 a
3 ^ a
ll 00 a
12 47 a
5 10 a
9 10 a
6LEE"1NG OAK SERVICE.
Double dall; passenger service between Flor
ida and Now I'ork.
Nos. 87 and 3"-Washington and Southwestern
Limited. Soi I Vestibuled train with dining
cars and first cla*s coaches north of Chnrlotto.
Pullman dr win* room sleeping cara betweon
Tampa, Jack mvilla, Savannah, Washington
and Now York.
Pullman sleeping ear between Augusta and
Nos. 85 and 08-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman orav ne room buffet sleeping cars be*
twoen Jaok? ville and New York and Aa?
gusta and Charlotte. Pullman sleeping cara
potweon Jacksonville and Columbia, on roato
dally between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, via
W. H. GREEN. J. M. CULP,
G. Supt., Washington. T. M., Washington.
W. A. TUR TC. 8. H. HARDWICK,
G. P. A.. Washington. ..A^.^P^A^Atlaflta'
ELECTION OF DISPENSER.
The County Board of Control for
Edgefield county \ ill hold a spe
cial meeting at Edg field C. H., on
Saturday, Nov. 13th, at 12 o'clo k
M. for the purpose of receiving .ap
plications for the appointment or
a County Dispenser for the year
1S9S. R. 13. DORN, Clerk.
Pine Apple Sherbet at the "Loray.'
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
CAROLINA Ii Alli WAY.
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1S97.
Lv Augusta. 0 40 a m 140 p m
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130pm
Ar Anderson_ 7 30pm .
1 Ar Laurens- 1 15 p m 7 00 a m
Ar Greenville.. 2 55 pm 9 45 a m
Ar Glenn Sp'gs....4 05 pm .
Ar Spartan burg.. 3 00 p m 9 25 am
Ar Saluda.... 5 23 pm 5 23 p m
I Ar Hendersonville 5 51 p m 1 45 p m
I Ar Ashville.7C0pm .
?Lv Ashville.... S 20 a m .
I Lv Sparta ri h urg ll 45 a tn 4 00 p m
Lv Greenville - ll 55a m 4 00 p m
ArLaurens- 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson. 7 00 a m
Ar Greenwood .. 2 2S p m 6 00 a m
Lv Augusta- 5 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah- 5 55 am " .
Lv Calhloun Falls i 44 p
Ar Raeigh_ 2 16 a m
Ar Xorlolk- 7 30 a ra
Ar Tete soars-G 00 a m
Ar Richmond - S 15 a m
Lv Augusta. i p m
Ar Allendale. J p m
,; Fairfax. 5 '5 p ra
u Yemassec. 6 20 p m
" Beaufort. 7 -J p m
" Port Royal. 7 ::0 p m
u Charleston. S OS p tn
Savannah. S 00 p m
G f 0 a m
G 50 a m
S 15 a m
S 25 a m
9 25 a m
10 32 a tn
10 47 a m
12 55 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spar-tanb?rg will)
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, ?'te., address
W, J. ( ?RAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Executrix Sale. -
Xotieo is hereby given that I
will proceed to sell at the store a?d
residence of the late Rufus Har
li iig," deceased, at Clarks Hill, S.
C., on tlie fourth (4th) 'day of
Xovember, 1897, to the highest
fcrddet, for cash, all of the personal
property bel juging to the pslale of
sa 1 Rufas Hading, deceased.
Property co isislsof stock of Gen
n .1 Merchandise, Store Fixture?,
e e., also Househo'd and Stove
Koo n Furniture, Two Milk Cows,
Sale will begin at 10o'clock A.M.
MKS. HATTIE HARLIXG,
* Port Royal
u Fairfax. .
Ar Augusta -