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WEDNESDAY. A?G. 3.
? LOCAL AND PEESONAL. ?
We are premised a write-up of the
Philippi section next week.
NOW is the accepted time, and :n
this crisis he who hesitates is lost, and
he who flunks is damned.
Rev. G. G. Mayes preached in the
Second Presbyterian church of the
city of Greenville on last Sunday.
Dr. L. R. Gwaltney has not yet re
turned from his North? n trip. He
will not return before the 9th of Au
Rev. P. P. Blalock has preached in
our Baptist church for the last three
Sundays instend of .Dr. Gwaltney. who
Mr. D. T. Grice has returned from
Hillman, Ga., much improved in per
sonal appearance and in his powers of
Convulsions, Cramps, Chronic Fe
male Diseases and Hysterics are cured
b? ase tf Simmon* Squaw Vina Wine
.r Tablet*. For s?le ?j G. L. Penn A
On Monday the County Commission
ers made purchase of five mules td
work to the new road machine, at a
cost of $90 each.
The Edgefield County Teachers'In
stitute will open on August 17th as
per Superintendent Nicholson's adver
Marriad,by Rev. P. P. Blalock, July
26, 1899. at the bride's residence, Mr.
Mack H. Deal, of Columbia, to Miss
Ida Harling, of Edgefleld.
To allow the minority, and a small
and weak minority at that, to rule a
town ii something entirely out of the
ordinary. It is a weakness that is half
brother to cowardice.
A buggy that will stand the test
of rough roads can be bought only
at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
Having accepted the leadership in
this bond matter if Gov. Sheppard FAIL
the people of Edgefield at this juncture,
in this high and noble emprise, then
we all fail. Should he flunk, then we
all flunk, and our name is Dennis.
The people of Edgefield have been
loyal to Governor Sheppard through
three decades, and at this juncture,
they only desire a little return in kind
to them of that of which they have
been so prodigal to him. Will he fail
Dr. J. R. McCornack and wife, with
their four bright little children, of
Govan, Bamberg county, are on a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ryan, near Tren
ton. MrS. MC
nelly, of Cbar
We have i
best and eas-. ?
the least money, at A. Rosenthal's,
The crops in some portions of the
county are very good, in other portions
they are very sorry. We heard a man
say that from the indications along the
road, therejwouldn't be five bales of
cotton made between Treasurer Mor
gan's and Parksville.
1 President Fisher disclaims any in
tention of using the factory vote
against the school project, but the fact
remains that it was so used and voted
against the best interests of our town
at the citizens meeting last Friday.
That record can't be expunged from
After eleven years of sunshine and
shadow the Edgefield Light Dragoons
were disbanded on last Saturday on
account of the recent order of Adjutant
and Inspector General Floyd. This
order requires an enrollment of sixty
names, and this the Dragoons could
The Dangers of a Malarial Atmos
phere may be averted by occasionally
taking Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi
cine. For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
Capt. John R. Tompkins bas laid on
our table the first fully open boll of
cotton we have beard of this season.
Capt. T. is a "hustler"-he gives his
whole time to the books and financial
department of the cotton factory, and
runs bis farm out at Centie Springs
by proxy. Says his crop is fine, and
that he expects to sell more than one
bale in August.
We hope and believe that Gov. Shep
pard will not abandon his people in
their need. Oar communications this j
week show the high esteem in which |
be is held, and that all eyes are turned J
to bim in eager expectation and hope.
The very demand for his services in
this school matter is a great tribute to
his power and influence. They know
he can take them through to the green
pastures and clear waters, it he only
will-if he only will.
Come, and Come Loaded !
MK. EDITOR: Ples.se allow me
just a little bit of space in your
columns to again remind our Bap
fist brethren of the time and place
of our next County Baptist Sun
day-school Convention. It con
venes on next Friday, the 4th o?
August, with the Republican Bap
tist church. We will be glad to
have as many there as may desire
to come, and I am sure tb9 Repub
lican people will give you a hearty
welcome. Especislly do we urge
those who are appointed on queries*
to be ther.-? and to come loaded, for
we ehall expect something .good
1 T. GARRETT TALBERT,
Sick Headache, Wind on the Stom
ach, Biliousness, Nausea,are quickly
cured by a few doses of Dr. M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. For sale by G
L. Peon & Son.
|^ ..AND MR
Religion lies more in v?alk than
The law often permits what
Nothing preaches better than the
ant, and the says nothing.-Ben
Buggies and Road Carts of every
description at just the price to suit
you at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
Atlanta is going to put up a new
15-story building with a frontage
of 202 feet on Broad street.
"Dave Harum" says; "The
golden rule in horse tradin' is to
do unto others as others would do
noto you, and do it first.
The more we read of the Phillip
pine operations which Uncle Sam
is now pursuing, the more we
wonder what Uncle Sam paid that
twenty miilion dollars for.-Au:
Sour Stomach is one of the first
symptoms of a coming Bilious attack.
Care it with a few doses Dr. M. A.
Simmons Liver Medicine. For sale by
G.L. Penn & Son.
If the Southern absorbs the
Monon, Charleston will realize
the dream of a century, a through
line from Chicago to the Caiolina
coast just one hundred miles
shorter than from the metropolis
of the West to New York.,
In obedience to the order of the
Governor the State Constables are
wearing their revolvers on belts so
they can be seen. This is in
accordance with a recent decision
of the Supreme Court, which for
bids officers to carry weapons
. Gov. McSweeney has issued a
requisition upon the governor of
Alabama for the, delivery to the
agent of this State, who will go to
that State tor the purpobe, of one
Marion, alias Muss Deloch, who is
wanted in Saluda county for
assault and battery with intent to
kill. Deloch has been rece.atly
arrested in Alabma.
Let us know your wants, get our
prices, just give us an opportunity
and We will do you good. You
never will regret it if you do. Re
member the address, Augusta Car
riage Repository, A. Rosenthal,
Prop'r, Augusta, Ga.
The sheriff of Saluda has written
to Governor McSweeney to secure
the necessary requisition papers
for Marion, alias Muss DeLoach,
who is now in Alabama. He ?B
wanted in Saluda for assault and
battery with intent to kill. The
?onnioifinn bas been ?RRUP?" ?.nd De
Another said, "I'll see you to mor
row." He's blind. Still another
seid, "I'll pay you this week or go
to the devil." He's gone. There
are hundreds who ought to take
warning from these procrastinators
and pay up no w.
The root of almost every schism
and heresy from which" the
Christian church has been the ef
fort of men to earn, rather than to
receive, their salvation ; and the
reason that preaching is so com
monly ineffectual is that it calls on
men oftener to work for God than
to behold God working for them.-r
J. M. Cobb of Edgefield is
spending a few days in the city.
He is a native of this place.
When a mere boy he joiued Co.
B. Orr's Rifles and saw hard service.
He was captured at Sutherland
Station and stayed in prison ant I
August. After being released he
came to Sayannah by boat and
from Savannah he, in company
with T. F. Riley, walked to Ninety
Six ond then came on to Abbeville.
Thisie his visit to Abbeville in
In the heart of George Vander
bilt's estate near Asheville is a
plot owned by an old negro, who
lives there and refuses to sell.
He takes the position* that he is
very well satisfied with his
neighbors and the neighborhood ;
if Vanderbilt is not, he can move.
The negro's obstiuancy has doubt
less given him more notice than he
could ever have obtained any other
way, and it is likely that the
Vanderdilt estate furnishes pretty
Remove causes of Menstrual Sup
pressions, Exaggerations and Irregu
larities by taking Simmons Squaw
Vine Wine or Tablets. For sale by G.
L. Penn & Son.
Oh, for a Bill Durst or a JohD
Durst ia Edgefield just now: a few
men of influence who had the cour
age of their convictions, who know
what, is best for the town and are
willing to press forward.-Edge
If Edgefield would seud up a
delegation, no doubt these men
could be prevailed upon to start a
summer school for town builders.
Send up a few of your citizens,
ard under the tutorship of the
Dursts they will will learn learn
many things.-Greenwood Journal
Notwithstanding that, the rai?s
for the past few days have been
goneral throughout the state, gen
tlemen passing through hold
gloomy views as to crop prospects.
In many sections of the up country
the up country the rain was so
long delayed that it will hardly
bring up the crops to make the
ordinary yield. The prospect for
the cotton crop according to these
reports ?B the poorest there has
been for years. The crop outlook
is nothing to compare with last
year from all inquiries-Columbia
Hewing to the Line-Well and
MR. EDITOR: The utterance of
Oliver Wendell Eolmep, UI find
tho great thing in the world is not
so much where we stai d, as in
what direction we are moving," is
worthy our reflection at this junc
ture. As a town we have been just
standing for a long period. Simply
standing means stagnation, stag
nations mean decay, death. Let
us move in the direction that leads
to permanent propperity, and not
in the direction that leads inevita
bly to ruin. The foundation of
reai progress and prosperity is a
good well established school.
This we have had for the past year,
and can have for many years to
come, if we will do as all up-to
date towns have done and are do
ing-provide buildings necessary
for conducting a good school.
Parents, citizens, this is a duty
you owe not only to the children
of to-day, but to posterity, a re
sponsibility that should not bo
ignored, a duty not to be shirked.
Although we had what some ate
disposed to call a defeat in the
mass meeting, we can, if the proper
and legal course is pursued, pro
vide the necessary buildings for
the school. Had the meeting re
cently held been composed only o?
qualified and legal voters of the
town of Edgefisld (not county)
then I should concede the action
of that meeting to be just and irre
vocable. As many voted who could
not legally exercise that preroga
tiva let justice be done by allowing
every qualified white voter to ex
press himself by ballot.
This is a crisis in Edgefield's
history. On the ultimate solution
of this school question hangs our
destiny. Shall it be weal or woe?
Those citizens who have repeat
edly been the recipients of honor,
and the consequent emoluments at
the hands ef Edgefield's constitu
ency, are now expected to show
their appreciation by action, exer
cise of influeuce and leadership in
tb is school issue, an issue of so
vital importance to our commu
Sirs, we have a right to expect
this and require it at your hands.
On your side rests the obligation.
Hon. J. C. Sheppard, by virtue of
your position as an influential citi
zen, large property owner, and
yow? personal interest in the school,
and having already accepted the
leadership in this matter, we natur
?IITT PTnonl- 1
more than one occasion, now nd
claim your support. If you are
not disposed to grant it, remember,
"there is a way that S6emeth right
unto a man, but the end thereof is
the way of disappointment."
"An enterprise, when fairly once
begun, should not be left till all
that ought is won."
Buggies! Buggies! Buggies!
It means dollars to you. Write
or call and we will,do the rest, at
A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
Tliey Cry for Hire.
MR. EDITOR : As you were prep
ent at our town meeting on Friday
last in the interest of our school
you are personally cognizant of
the fact thai a majority of our real
estate owners who were present
were decidedly in favor of the issu
ance of bonds for the erection or
purchase of suitable school build
ings. And although the voice of
the meeting was slightly in oppo
sition to the bond issue in conse
quence of a number of the factory
operatives being brought forward
to defeat the laudable aims of the
property owners and others inter
ested in the school movement, yet
we all know that with prompt and
proper activity on our part, under
the leadership of Gov. Sheppard
and Capt. George Evans and Mayor
Adams and others of our largest
property holders, wu can push the
grand school scheme forward to ?
proud success. Gov. Sheppard, the
people look to you now as they
long have heretofore done in simi
lar emergencies. Come to the front
in the interest of your old town
and your ow?1 people. We feel that
we have a rignt to expect thia at
Mrs Michael Curtain, Plainfield,
111., makes the statement? that she
caught cold, which settled on her
lungs ; she was treated foi a month
by her family physician, but grew
worse. He told hei she was a
hopeless victim of consumption and
that no medicine could cure her.
Her duggist suggested- Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption ;
she bought a bottle and to her
delight found herself beuefitted
from first dose. She continued its
use and after taking six bottles,
found herself sound and well ;
now does her own housework, and
is as well as she ever was.-Free
trial bottles of this Great Discovery
at all Drug Stores. Only 50 cents
and $.00, every bottle gurauteed
Ladies agonized by Female Disor
ders should avoid Unpleasant Exam
inations, and at once cure themselves
with Simmons Squaw Vine Wire or
Tablets. For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
We are sole agents for the Bay St
Shoe and Leather Co. Yon pay no jobb
profit, direot from manufacturer to ci
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
See our Men's Low Cut Shoes, $1.25 to
See our Men's Vici Kid and Silk 1
Tan Shoes at $3.
See our Ladies' Stylish Lace and Buti
Shoes at $2.00.
See our Ladies' Oxford Opera and St)
Slippers at $1.00 to $1.75.
See our Children's and Misses' stool;
Shoes and Slippers.
Prices, quality and styles are right.
Our stock of Clothing is Unsurpassed
Hat and Furnishing Department cc
DORN & MIM?
AT E. I
That I always keep a fresh assort
mnnt of Fancy and Heavy Gro
ceries on hand. When in need of
them give me a call. Satisfaction
0. Sheppard, Jr.
Something More from Samuel
When I was a young man I could
out-run any man or dog I ever saw.
When I was iu Talisee, Ala., one
day they got upa bet of $500 on
me and a grey hound running 150,
yaids. I give the dog 50 yardB the
start on me and I kicked the lung
out of him before he run 50 yards
more, and he was a fine dog too.
This is true, there is no hearsay
about it, fori done this myself.
J went out fishing one day in
Talisee and a jack struck at the
bob and jumped in my boat and
sunk it and caught me by my foot
and like to have drowned rae.
That was the largest jack I ever
saw in my life.
Another thing I will tell you
about, I can lift more with my
whiskers than any man on earth.
I saw a ,man in Talisee whose
weight was 480 pounds, he caught
hold of my whiskers and I lifted
bai** ... - .
as it is best not to tell u ?...
once. SAM TAYLOR.
Per Low. <
To cure Depression of Spirits, Fall
ing of the Womb and Weakness of
Back usual to Change of Life, take
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
An Un wei corned Fifteenth.
A couple of tourists who were
journeying on horseback in the
rural district of the south had
ridden many miles when they came
to a email log cabin, out of which
children of all sizes and ages come
swarming out like bees from a
The tourists were tired and
ravenously hungry. Hailing an
old negro at the cabin gate they
told him that they had] come to
take dinner with him.
"Yo' is Welcuru, gemmen!"
he said. "I ain't got much to eat,
but I'll do the ve'y bes' I kin fo'
Then raising his voice to a
shrill yell, he said:
"Hi, yor, Judas Iscariot, yo' run
eaten a chicken fas' es yo' laigs
kin carry vo."
"What do you call that boy"
asked one of the toruists.
"Judas Iscariot, sah."
"What did you ever give him
such a name as that for?"
"Dat's a Bible name, sah, an' it
has a mean in.' All de Bible names
has a meanin' sah. Pee got fo'teen
en dey'8 all got Bible names, case
de Bible names has meanin', sach."
"What is the' meaning of Juda?
The old man was very reticent
about giving further information,
and it required a good deal of
persuasion before he finally said:
"Well, PU tell yo' sah. * Hit's
like dis: Yo' see I'd had fo'teen
chilun befo' Judas Iscariot was
bawu, an' fo'teen chillun is ft
mighty big fam'Jy fo' a po' mau
ter raise en keer fo', thout habin'
no mo' so when Judas Iscariot came
erlong I gib 'im dat name caze you
know de bible say it'd be better
fo' Judas Iscariot if he'd nebber
been bawn."-Detroit Free PreBs.
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Only 25c at all drug store.
*- HART STAND._
It is a little amusing to a Spar
tanburgor to know how enthusi
astic the people of Greenwood are
over one roller flour mill. For
about five 3'oarB Spartanburg has
had first class mills and now we
have five mills going and two
more on the way. But the Green
wood people are right. Their
mill needs the hearty encourage
ment . of farmers. Soon more
mills will be,needed and they will
come.-Spartan. But you must
remember, brother, that great
Spartanburg had its day of small
things, and now she uhould not
forget the pit from whence sbe
was digged nor laugh at people
who never fail in whak they under
take. Greenwood is a baby in
years by the side of Spartanburg.
Only give her hali' the time that
Spartanburg has had to get ber five
roller mills and other big things,
and the laugh will be out ot the
other corner of our neighbor's
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
dife of ioy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
cures them; also Old, Running and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Felons, Corns.
Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burn-i. Scalds,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best File
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To the Teachers of Edenfield
The Hon. John J. McMahan, State
Superintendent of Education, has fixed
the 17th day of August next, as the
date for the opening of the County
Teachers' Institute, and has instructed
me to give notice thereof to the teach
ers of the county. A large attendance
of the teachers is earnestly desired and
I hope that all progressive teachers
will attend this summer school. It is
expected that instructors of experience
and ability will conduct the institute,
and much benefit will accrue lo those
who attend and secure the advantages
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Co. Supt. Education.
fi Schweigert & Go.
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Central Time Between Colombia and Jack
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SHERIFF'S TAX SALE.
State of South Carolina-County of
Edgeh'eld-By virtue of sundry execu
tions to me directed by T. C. Morgan,
County Treasurer, in the following
caws, I will proceed to sell at public
outcry at lOdgefield Court House, South
Carolina, ou the first Monday ?ti Au
gust, A. D. 1S9?, (being the 7ih day of
the month), the following described
One tract of land containing two
hundred and fifty (250) acres, more or
less, and belonging to Fannie Young-,
hounded by lands of L. H. Prescott and
Thomas Lasare on the north, by Coth
ran Sprouse on tlie sonrh, by Dr.
Bunch on the east, by Ryan Whatley
(estate) on west.
Ono tract of land containing fifty
three (53) acres, more or less, in Ward
Township, and bel juging; to Mrs. T. E.
Barnes, bounded as follows: On east
by Henry Whittle, soutli by Andrew
The above lands will be sold for
taxes, penalties and costs due for fiscal
years 1S97-9S, or a sufficient amount to
satisfy the same.
W. H. OUZTS, S. E. C.
WELDON, N. C.
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should use wines in your homes :
1st. Because,in addition tobe
mg delightful stimulants, pure
wines are the basis of nearly
every tonic preparation in the
world and are unexcelled to
build up the system and quiet
THIS IS FOR
2nd. Because, in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred, where
children become accustomed to the moderate use of wines on the
dining table and othetwise in the household, tb<-y never acquire a
taste for heavy intoxicants.
THIS IS fOR fEf?PERAflCF SA.KE.
3rd. Because, the United States has facilities (climatic and in
dustrial) for making more wines than any other nation, and yet
France produces annually l,100,000,00t gallons to our 25,000,000. This
is an industry which, if fostered, would thrive mightily and give
employment to thousands.
THIS IS FOR PROSPERITY'S SAKE.
The Dispensaries all carry a full line of our Wines,' and there is
danger of confounding them with others. We guarantee our goods
to give satisfaction and, upon written statement that they do not, to
the Dispensary from which they were purohased, money will be re
funded. Try these Wines and judge for yourself.
Very respectfully, ,
GABRETT & CO
J. I. CHIFLEY,
Builder and Repairer,
GREENWOOD, S. C.
Agent for Columbia, Cleveland and
Eagle. Morgan & Wright tires, $5.80
per pair; M. & W. Tubes 85c. Kuna
fit on 85c. Steel Balls yzc eaob. Spokes
2c. Enameling ;2. Vulcanizing 25c.
Punctures repaired 10cand 18c.
Wheels to rent.
Work guaranteed. 15 years experi
GEO. P. COBB.
Furniture and?Household Goods
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Etc
HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
a-H E>, A. R- ? M-*
Calls by-Telephone promptly'answered and attended to.
To Our Many Friends of This County:
Our new and handsome Spring stock of Men's, Youth's
and Children's Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is now
ready for your inspection.
We have also a large and novel line of Ladies'
Shirt Waists, Collars, Neckwear and Belia.
We need no introduction to you, but have this to
say : We appreciate your kindness in the past and wil
assure you the same courteous treatment for the future
Kindly Remember Us.
/. C. LEVrs som & 00.,
TAILOR FIT CLOTHIERS A.UGUSJA, GA
Vf. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W J. RUTHERFORD & CO.,
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-AND DEALERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hiar,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Ready Roofing
AN1) OlIxhR MATERIAL'
WRITE TO US IFOR PRICES.
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