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Edeef ield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17.
CAPT. JAMES C. BROOKS.
Capt. James C. Brooks is dead.
He died in Columbia, and his re
mains were interred in our village
cemetery in the Brooks Bquare by
the side of bis brother and sister.
Preston S. Brcoks and Mrs. Gen.
Duoovant, on Monday afternoon
of this week. Tho following ac
count of the death of our old friend
we clip from the Columbia State
of May 22nd : .
Last night at 10 o'clock, after a
most painful illness homo with
real Christian, fortitude, Capt.
James Carroll Brooks, of Edge field,
died at the home of his daughter,
Mr9. E. *. Jones, on Lady street,
in this city. Capt. Brookeillness
dated from a fall some weeks ago
which resulted in the breaking of
his hip. His hundreds sf friends
in Columbia, Edgef?eld and else
where felt apprehensive from the
first, owning to his age and general
Capt, Brooks was a man whom
none knew but to love. He was a
mau of sterling worth, brave,
upright and true-an Edgefield
gentleman. He was conscious to
the last and passed away peacefully
and calmly. There will be brief
services at the residence here this
morning at ll o'clock, conducted
by Dr. \V. E. Evans, Then the
remains will be carried to the
depot and taken to Edgefield, where
the funeral services will be held
being conducted by the Rev. Mr.
Anderson, and the interment will
take place. The deceased will be
JaiU to rest within a stone's throw
of the house in which he first saw
the light of day. He was life long
and devoted member of the
Capt. Brooks was bom January
27, i821, and was reared at Edge
field courthouse. He was the son
of Whitfield and Mary P. Brooks.
Hip father was the first master in
equity for Edgefield district and
served in that capacity for 18
years. Capt. Brooks was a
nephew of Chancellor J. P. Car
roll and a brothor of Preston S.
Brooks and Col. Col. John
Hampden Broaks. He served in
the Confederate army with the
rank of captain.
He graduated from the South
Carolina college in 1842, the
olass numbering 42 men.
On November 20, 1843, he mar
ried Miss Sarah Crawford Roberts,
of Barnwell, S. C. He was the
father of Whitfield Butler Brooks
who was killed in the fight at
Trevilian station, June 12, 1864.
The children who survive him
are Col. U. R. Brooks, the present
clerk of the State supreme court;
Mrs Ellie B. Jones,of Columbia;
Mrs. Sallie R. Mosley, of Georgia,
and Mrs. Julia T. Morgan, of
Edgefield, court house.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. !
Long live Prof. F. N. K. Bailey ! May
his shadow never grow less in Edge
We will conclude the commencement
exercises o? the 9. C. C. I. in these
columns next week.
Senator B. R. Tillman on Tuesday
of this week was a delighted attendant
on the commencement exercises of the
3. C. C. I.
Mr. Geo. E. Dorn, of Greenwood
county, is in town for a few days to
attend the commencement of the S. C.
C. I. His son is one of the graduates
of this year.
5. W. DeVore, Esq,, is in Columbia
in attendance on the Supreme Court
io which court he has some important
cases, and will probably be absent four
or five days.
We regret to hear that Mr. L. E.
Jackson is sick with fever at his resi
dence in our town. We trust that he
will soon be well again and at his
place of business.
We call attention to and heartily en
dorse the article signed "Observer" in
this issue of the ADVSRTISER as to.the
deportment of the students of the S.
C. C. I. during the session just ended.
A very good rain fell north of Edge
field on Sunday afternoon and night
last, being four or five miles above us.
It extended some fifteen miles in the
same direction, and did great good to
Hon. W. A. Strum bas been invited
to deliver an address in Anderson
county on the 27th inst, on the subject
"Lynch Law." Mr. Strom will be the
guest of Ho?, Josh Ashley on this oc
Dr. Manly Timmon* and family are
spending this week at Winterseat, the
home of Capt. E. H. Youagblood, who
is the father of Mrs. Timmcns. After
this week the genial doctor will be at
home for the summer to attend to all
calls upon his time and skill.
The following Edgefield young gen
tlemen having been examined by the
State Board of Medical Examination
are duly licensed to practice medicine
in this State: Dr.K. M. Fuller, Long
mires; Dr J. M. Kushton, Johnston;
Dr. W. G. Blackwell, Parksville. Ali
these young disciples of ^Esculapius
had previous to their examination as
aforesaid, been graduated at some rep
utable medical college.
During1 'The thunder-storm of Sun
afternoon last two mules were ki
and one badly injured belonging
Mr. John R. Scurry, who lives at
crossroad on the old Johnston Bl
place. Mr. Scurry's loss is a heavy
as he was running a four mule fi
and now has only one mule left v
which to do all the work.
Link Siam's full trimmings
Lincoln Elam. He was not named
Abe Lincoln, however, but for Linc
county, Ga., so that when you tac
bim you do not tackle one man, a s
gie pebble on the oeacb, but a wli
county. Remember this, step livi
.do about mightily," hang your clot
ona hickory limb, but don't you
near the water.
The Edgefield County Alliance \
meet at Edgefield on Monday, Ji
5th, 1899, at 12 M. Sub-Alliances he
ing certificates of stock in the St
Alliance Exchange will send delega
to the meeting. S. M. SMITH, Prei
S B. MAYS, Sec'ty. f
Col. John F. Hobbs of The Natio
Provisioner has initiated a "di
endless chain" to enable thousands
Americans to honor Dewey. Will i
contribute a dime to present out gr
Admiral with a large silver medal
his immortal flag ship the Oympia
she entered Manila Bay stripped
action? Enclose ten cents (10) w
you name and aderess to Col. John
Hobbs, Associate Editor of The Ni
ional Provisioner 165 East 36te Stre
New York City, N. Y. Then wr
three copies of this letter and se
them to three of your personal frier
and request them to do as you ha
j done. It is intended to enroll t
I names of the names of the Contribu?'
snd to give them to Admiral Dew
with the Silver Ship.
McCormick Mowers and Rak<
Reapers and Binders.
I am agent for these goods, McCo
mick Mower, one-half, $22.50. payai
November, 1899, balance, $22.50, pi.y
b?e November, 1900. McCormick Rea
er and Binder, latest and lightest thr
horse, payable one-third, $45, Novei
ber, 1S99; one-third, $45, Novembi
1900; one-third, $45, November, 191
If you are a large planter of grai
say sixty acres, you will pay out ca
$45 for cutting and binding your gra
this season, on the other hand y<
should take in this cutting for otb
people. Also sell Threshers and Sep
rators. E. J. NORRI?.
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rc
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salv
cures them; S'JO Old, Running ac
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Felons, Corn
Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burni. Scald
Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Pi
cure on earth. Drives out Pains an
Aches. Oniy 25 cts. a box. Cure gua
ranteed. Sold by all Druggists.
S, C. C. L STUDENTS.
When Prof. F. N. K. Bailey d<
cided to locate the S. C. C. I. i
our midst every one hailed tho at
nouncement with delight. It wa
expected to do much good iu man
ways to the town and county c
TEdgefield. But the school has sui
passed our most sanguine expecfo
tions. Much might be said abou
the varioup departments of tb
school-the faithfulness of th
teachers, the great attachmeu
which the students have for Pro
Bailey. But I desire to refer et
pecially to the admirable conduc
of the students since their sojoun
in our midst.
The girls and young ladies wer
all expected to behave with tha
I elegant grace, which has ever chai
acterized our Southern women. N<
part of this great Union can fur
nish, as a class, so pure, refined
and modpst women as live in ou
Sunny Southr-and the dear girl
of the S. C. C. L have portrayed
in letters of living light, the at
tractive virtuos and modest man
ner? of the best of their sex.
But it is as to the young gentle
men of the S. C. C. I. that I wisl
to speak more particularly. Boy
are not usually noted for specia
qualities of gentleness when abou
grown, and thrown together. "Boyi
will be boys," is an old saying
But I only voice the often express
ed sentiments of the town when ]
remark that the conduct of thi
boys and young-gentlemen, wh<
have had their domicile in th<
buildings of the S. C. C. L has beet
extremely praiseworthy. I havf
not heard of a single difficulty anj
of them have had, either amon^
themselves or with any one oui
side the Iustitute. Their deport
ment on the streets has always
been that of the Southern gentle
man-ever polite, neat ard affable
-and I have neither seen noi
heard of any one of them bciu?
the least intoxicated, neither have
I ever heard of any nocturna!
carousals which young men some
times indulge in. I am free to ad
mit that the very watchful discip
line of the alert President and hie
able assistants has something tc
do with their behavior. But I be
lieve the boys themselves, both
the boarding and day students, are
entitled to high encomium foi
their quiet and gentlemanly de
meanor during their stay here.
I have been about their quarters
considerably, both in day time and
at night It has been a pleasure
tome ''oft ir? the stilly night" to
stand out in front of the large
building, with its multitude of
bright windows, and see how peace
ful and orderly all seemed within.
And new that they are so soon to
depart-and the lightB soon to be
put out, for a season, at the win
dows, we want them to know and
feel that their good manners were
appreciated. They have set an
example worthy of immitation in
We are sole agents for the Bay St
Shoe and Leather Uo. You pay no jobb
profit, direct from manufacturer to c
We have just opened 47 cases of th
celebrated shoes, others yet to arrive.
See our Men's Shoes at $1.00, $1.25. $1
Se? our Men's Low Cut Shoes, $1.25 to
See our Men's Viet Kid and Silk 'J
Tan Shoes at $3.
See our Ladies' Stylish Lace and But
Shoes at $2.00.
See our Ladies' CK.'ord Opera and St;
Slippers at $1.00 lo $1.75.
See our Children's and Misses' stocl
Shoes and Slippers.
I Prices, quality and styles are right.
Our stock of Clothing is Unsurpassed
Hat and Furnishing Department ci
DORN & MIM!
AT E, ?
TRY THEM BEFORE THEY
ARE ALL G?XE.
Oat Meal, Sardines and Mackerel in
Sauce, Fancy Crackers, the best
ever brought to this market.
For other articles needed
call on me. I guaran
tee satisfaction and
0. Sheppad, Jr.
refraining from the pit-falls so
dreadful to youth-6uch as whis
key, pistols, cards, and profanity
-may meir noble example be fol
lowed. I believe the young men
as a body at the S. C. C. I. have
occupied their minds and talents
in the noble efforts of self-im
provement^ and as they are about
to go to their homes and vacation
is near at hand, may they all have
happy holidays, and they and their
worthy teachers can feel assured
that they leave ) ehind them the
most pleasing impressions, and
upon their return again they will
be most heartily welcomed.
Another War Ballad.
And now we have it-the i
mental side of the war, in a
written by a Mr. Moses Bac
who paddles along in this fat .
"I love this bright land
Of the fair and the free;
But the girl that kissed Hobs .
Shall never kiss me!
"Mine be the first blush
Of the rose that I see;
The girl that kissed Hobson
Shall never kiss me!"
Is not the above a plagiarism
on the pathetic Georgia ballad be
"While my limbs they are able
To climb up a tree,
The mule that kicked Billy
Shall never kick me?"
-F. L. STANTON
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., S. C., May
Miss Anney Oines,
M i ss Mary Bal tam m,
Mrs Anna Brightup,
Miss Sophia Garrett,
Mrs Lula A Tolbert,
Mrs YV G Smith,
Mr Wm Devore,
Mr S E Bayliss,
Mr Geo Clay,
. JW Ashley,
Messrs Janes Oons,
Mr Jim Olliver,
Mr J E Paul,
Mr W F Strickland.
F R Weils.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BBUNSON, P. M.
Thrown From a Wheel.
Yesterday at noon Master Bon
bam Brooks, son of Col. U. R.
Brooks, sustaiued very painful
hurts from a bicycle accident. He
was coasting down Plain street
near the Richland jail. Tho "heel
got out of his control and dashed
down the hill at a high rate of
speed. Bonham was thrown with
great violence upon apile of brick,
sustaining several bruises on his]
head andhavingjhis chin cut open.
He was stunned by the blow and
kindly cared for by a negro woman
until removed to bis home. The
iLjuries are not serious.-Th? State
Newsdealer an? Bookseller.
T?EFTO^ , S. C.
Popular Tapers and Periodicals on
Publications not io stock ordered
A carefully selected stock of Spald
ing's Base Ball Goods, including Score
Books, Balls, Mitts, Batts, etc. Spald
ing's Base Bali Guide for 1899, 10c;
postage 2c. Patronage solicited.
3- HART STAND.
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Where he will still continue to
PEEE EYE TESTS
For all defects, of sight. Grind
any shape and style of l?DBe
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
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Of Every Description.
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A large stock of finished woi al
ways on hand ready for lettering
?/F" Prices always right.
?rm Seng Mi
Fully guaranteed for years, i
all thc latest attach me beau ti f
men ted wood work.
Money refunded after lays use i
is not as good as the $40.o $50.00
sold by agents.
Scud for circulars andie what
We are headquarters for Initure,
Mattings, Carpets, iring FH*
Baby Carriages, et|
IIIO & II12iroad
Finds us at the same place and still trying to give our customer
the best goods possible for the lowest living prices. We have been t
the best Northern markets this season, our stock is in now and wein
vite our customers to give us a chance to show them some of these nev
goods. Straight dealing'with all is our motto.
PRINTS AND PERCALES. .
All of the best Prints at 5c. Good 36-inch Percales at Vic and S<
and the best at 10c.
Heavy Dress Fabrics.
This line is lull and up-to-date, embracing the following goods:
Covert Cloths 15c, Cashmeres at 10c and 12TVC, Mancheft?r Sui?rigt
for skirts at 10c and 15c, 36-incb Henriettas ?it 22:] c, oOc, 35c and 40c
44-inch Black Henriettas 50c, 85c and $1. A beautiful line of woo!
Covert Cloths in patterns at $3 50.
Piques, Organdies and Lawns.
. Scotch and Manila Lawns at 4c; Dresden Dimity at 8c; Plaid
Lawn and Organdies at 10c; Solid colors in Organdies at 10c, 124c
and 15c; Lucerne Organdies at 12c aud 15c; French and German Or
gandies at 20c. Piques in all the latest styles, white, solid colorB
striped and dotted, at 12ic to 20c. 40-iuch Batistes snd Madras a!
10c per yard.
India Linons at 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c; Checked Nainsooki
at 6c, 8c and 10c; Dimities at 10c, 12Ac and 15c; Scrim and Swiss foi
curtains 5c to 15c.
This staple stock is alwayB full and nrice3 as low as any house,
Ticking, Bleaching, Lonsdale, 10-4 Sheetings, Checked Homespuns.
Outings, Cheviots, Cottonades and Pants Jeans.
Apron Linen at 15c to 25c; Pants Linen 15c to 33?c; Linen Skirt
?Crash at 12?c; Colored Table Damasks at 20c to 30c; White Cotton
I Damasks at 25c; White Linen Damasks 30c to 75c; Towels from 5c
to 25c; Towel Crash 5c and 10c; 36-inch Irish Linen at 40c.
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Gloves.
Hose and Half Host 5c to 25c ; Handkerchiefs 24c to 25c ; Gloves
10c to $1 per pair.
Corsets and Umbrellas.
Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets in 9 Styles; R. & G. Corsets in
8 styles; all of the latest shapes in both of these well known makes.
Corset WaiBts in 4 styles. The "Ferris Good Sense Waist" among
them. Parasols and Umbrellas in endless varieties and at the lowest
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
A good line of Gent's Negligee and White Dress Shirts; Collars
for Gent's and Ladies in all the late shapes at 10c and 15c; Cull's for
Gent's and Ladies 15c to 25c per pair.
Kibbon?, Embroideries and Laces.
Hamburg and Lawn Edges from 2Ac to 35c and Insertion to
match, Laces of all kinds, Valenciennes, Torchons, Orientals, in both,
edges and insertions to match. Ribbons in Moires, Taffetas, Gros
Grains and Satin?.
Silks and Dress Trimmings.
Silks for Waists in China, Surahs and Taffetas, Museline de Soir for trim
mings, black and colored Gimps and Braids for Dress Trimming.
This stock is always kept up to the highest standard, and contains every
thing usually kept in the staple notion line: Pins, Hair Pins, Buttons of all
kinds, Tapes, Braides, Spool Silk. Twiss, Cotton, Crochet Silk and Cotton, Hair
Sombs, Puff Combs, Side Combs, Round Combs, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Sta
;ionery, Tablets, Pens, Pencils, etc.
We sell Shoes also, our stock is full in all lines for Children, Ladies and
Gentlemen. Our Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes areZeigler Bros. goods.
?Ve are handling The Geo. E. Keith line of men's fine goods, this line we handle
brough their mail order department direct fro?" "
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TniS ELEGANT . .
No. 8 COOKING STOVE
Has 17x17 inch oven, four 8 inch
pot holes; kirge Hues and guaran
teed a good baker. Wc flt this
Stove up with forty pieces of ware
including the latest stove ware.
To advertise our business we
will sell tliis No. 8 Cooking Stove,
fitted with 40 pieces of ware for
he Padgett Furniture Co.
Street, ?ugusta, Ga?
A Lesson in Cooking .
a course dinner BO as to have it
done satisfactorily, or in baking or
roasting, will be given the cook
that uses one of our Ranges, such
ns she never had before. Flaky
pies, light cake? and well baked
bi ead?, with a small consumption
of coal, delights the housekeeper.
Our stock of steel ranges, cooking
and beating stoves is worth look
W. H. TURNER,
913 BR OAP STREET, - AUGUSTA, GA.
J. I. CHIFLEY,
Builder and Repairer.
GREENWOOD, S. C.
Agent for Columbia, Cleveland and
Eagle. Morgan & Wright tires, $5.50
per pair; M. & W. Tubes 85c. Hims
flt on 85c. Steel Balls %c each. Spokes
2c. Enameling $2. Vulcanizing 25c.
Punctures repaired 10c and 13c.
Wheels to rent.
Work guaranteed. 15 years experi
GrEO. P. G OBB,
vJOHisrsTOJsr s. c.
Furniture and Household Goods
Wagons, Buggies, Harness,'Saddles, Etc
HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
Calls by%TeIephone promptly'answered and attended to.
Central Time Between Colombia ?nd Jack*
.onrllle. Eastern Timo Between Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective Mnrch 12, ISOu.
" "TT ! |No. 34 No. 36;No. 32
Kortfabound. | ^ ? Daily. Exsu.
LT. J'ville, F.C.?P.RY.
JV. Augusta, So. Ky.
ir. ColumbiaUn. dep't.
JV Col'bia Bland'g st
" Rock Hill.
j. Richmond ,
8 20 a
ll 00 s
3 00 p
8 40 p
4 45 a
10 io p
5 55 a
7 00 a
7 47 a
9 16 a
!0 17 p
8 07 a
Baltimore Pa. R. R.
7 55 a
9 12 a
ll 85 a
v. Now York, Pa. R.R
v. Wash'ton, So. Ry.
r Col'bia Blnnd'g st..
!. Columbia Un. dep't
. Corbin, S.O&GhBjr.
. Col'bia. F.C.JbP.Ry.
12 10 a
ll 05 a
9 20 p
6 22 a
ll 15 a
3 44 a
4 5-; a
5 34 a
8 40 a
9 4(1 ai
5 40 a
9 22 a
8 15 a
9 35 a
10 21 a
11 25 a
2 15 p
2 45 p
10 35 a
12 47 a
A full line of Heavy ani Staple Gro
ceries, inctndingCountry Hams which,
although better, I sell for less money
than the sugar and canvass hams.
When 1 say heavy and staple groceries
I mean meat and bi ead and lard and
sugar an? coffee and such like, every
thing eatable. However, I am marring
a Special Spread this season in Choice
Fancy Groceries and Delicacies, in
cluding in part in canned goods,
English Peas, Green Corn,
Columbia River Salmon, etc.
CRACKERS-The finest add best in
great variety, and something really
delicious, mouth watering in Wafers,
Pine Apple, Chocolate, Tokay flavors,
to say nothing of Iced Jumbles.
TABLE SYRUPS-I have some
thing here never brought to Edgefield
before. The finest table syrnps, clear
as crystal, in self-sealing tin cans with
all the fiavor, Pine Apple, Lemons, Va
nilla, Strawberry, Orange, Honey, Su
gar Drip, etc., only lue a quart. ,
Also just received all kinds of Jel
lies and Preserves. Ask for what you
want, if we haven't got it we will or
der it. Yours truly,
L E. JACKSON.
SLKEl'JXG CA lt SERVICE.
Toa. 31 and 32-NEW YORK AND FLOR
A LIMITED. Solid Vestibuled Truin ot
liman Drawing-Rooni Sleeping Cars. Ob
?vation and Compart moni Cara, and Dining
rs running through v. nh-'tit chango between
Augustin* i'la .and New York, via Jack
mlle. Savannah, Columbia, Charlotte and
mhington. Pullman Dru win g-Room Sleep*
; Oars between Augusta and New York?, eou
itingwith this tra.:i ar Columbia,for tho
lonunodatioh ot" Auvusta and .Aiken navel,
?xcelleni nail) imssongor service between
iri'!:i and New York.
ios. 33 and 34-New York and Florida Ex
(ss. Drawing-BiKUM Sleeping Cars between
cen and New York.
ullman drawing room sleeping cars between
una, Jacksonville, Savannah, Washington
I New York.
ullman Sleeping Cars between Charjotte
os. 35 and 80-C. S. Fast Mail. Through
Iman drawing room bullet sleeping enrs he
len Jacksonville and Now York and Pull
? sleeping ears between Augusta and Char
e. Dining cars servi: all meals cnrciute.
Iman sleeping cars between Jackso7i*illo
. Columbia, en route daily between Jackson
o and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
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. P. A.. Washingf-i. G. P. A.. Atlanta.
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011 lUll ?J ior tultlon m bank till position is
secured, or will accept notes,
leap board. Car fare paid. No vacation,
r any time. Open tor bi lli sexes.
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