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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6.
I LOCAL AND PEBSONAL. |
Squypperninea-whit d?e? that
Mr. Jas. X. Hart has rotarned fran
O. Sheppard, Esq., has returned from
Mr. Charlton Lynch will attend
Davidson College next session.
The Morgan & Thomas livery stables
are now at the old Gray stables.
Mr." 'Walltoe Sheppard has returned
.. to the Virginia Mililtary Institute.
Miss Sallie Nicholson won one of
the scholarships to Winthrop College.
Cotton Seed Halls at the Oil Mill,
15c a hundred. Call early and often.
Mr. D. B. Dunsoe, we regret to say,
is quite sick at his residence ia our
Mr. and Mrs. Bazley, of and for the
S, C. C. L, haye arrived and are in their
Already we hear of four can i i dates
for County Supervisor for the next
The Black Diamond survey enters
Edgewood park just below the en
trance at the big gate.
' Congressman Talbert made a speech I
at Beech Island on last Saturday to an
audience of about 600.
We have managed to secure the
best and-easiest riding Buggy for
the least money, at A, Rosenthal's,
P. Brooks Mayson, Esq., has return
ed from Glenn Springs much im
proved in appearance and health.
Onr young friend L. E. Cogburn left
our town on Thursday last to take
charge of the Hendersonville High
Uncle Ben danton is 71 years old,
says he can plow all day, but doesn't
go a 'possum hunting at night as he
used to do, draws the line on night
Mr. L. E. Posey, of Trenton, was in
town ou Monday of this week. Mr.
Posey's son who attended the S. C. G. I.
last session made the best all round
record for the entire session of any
student at the Institute.
The Rev.D. Z. Dantzler, who preach
ed for our Methodist church last year,
died at his home in Orangeburg one
day of last week. Mr. Dantzler was a
consecrated minister and a long suf
fering and patient Christian,
Money to Loan on attractive terms.
EDGEFISLD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO
CIATION, J. H. ALLEN, Treas.
Mr. D. T. Grice has again opened his
stables at the old stand. Se 2 his card.
Mr. Gnce's livery service is always
prompt and reliable, ?and bis charges
are reasonable. Give him, if notai), at
least a share of your patronage.
Chas. Parkman, of Choty, was bitten
by a mad-dog last week, he immediate
ly went to a mad stone, and the report
is that the stone stuck to the wound
nine hours, which was certainly time
enough to suck out all 'he virus.
American Pharmaceutical Associa
tion, Put-In-Bay, O., Sept, 4th-18tb,
1899. The Southern Railway announces
sale of tickets on the above occasion
at rate of one and one-third first-class
fare on the certificate plan, to dele
gates attending this meeting. J. B.
Hey ward, T. P. A, Augusta, Ga,
For Headache caused most likel yby
a Disordered Stomach, accompanied
by Constipation, use Dr. M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. For sale by G.
L. Penn & Son,
The grasshoppers and bugs and
worms and spring lizzards held a con
vention near Trenton last week and
passed resolutions denouncing Ben
Tillman. They say he is after them
with malice, prepense and afore
thought. Our Uncle Remus will write
up this convention for our coiumoB.
From Mr. D. A. Tompkins, of Char
lotte, N. C., we have received a sheet
showing the proposed monument to be
erected in our public square to Edge
weld's Confederate dead. The total
neight it* canteen feet. The base,
eleven ieet, is of granite ; the figuref
seven feet, iv of bronze, and represents
? private in Confederate grey in the
posture of a picket at the front, evi
dently on the qui vive for the enemy,
in the act of cocking his gun. The de
sign is admirable, but a few dollars are
yet needed to put this beautiful trib
ute in situ.
To keep young-keep well, keep the
Nerves calm, the body ruddy and well
fed, and with Dr M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine regulate the Stomach and
Bowels. For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
During the past two weeks a mys
terious disease has been killing the
cattle in this vicinity and in various
other portions of the county. It doesn't
seem to attack; dry cattle, only miler}
cows. Mr. W. L. Dunovant and Mr
A. E. Padgett, of our town, have lost
one four and the other three cows
within two weeks. The attack comes
on by a loss of appetite, constipation,
and desire to lie down all the time.
Thi" disease is probably due to the in
tense and long continued dry and hot
weather, which killed all the grasses
in the pastures and forced the cows to
eat leaves, bushes branches of trees
and dead grass. Green food ls the
thing to give your cows before the at
tack and before the loss of appetite.
Sam Taylor's remedy is : T;ike walnut
tree root:, aajf half a peck, put in a
gallon of water, boil down to a quart,
drench with this and your cow is well.
The drench eats up and d'?dodges the
mass of undigested food. This is Sam's
theory and this is his remedy. Try it
if you want to, but charge the results
To prepare a girl to be a wife, and
a wife a mother, give her Simmons
Squaw Vine Wm?or Tablets. For sale
by G. L. Penn & Son.
"Well, the corps of surveyors of the
Blaok Diamond road, W. A. Whiting-,
chief, passed through our town on
Monday P. M. We say passed through
butin point of fact the line is just out
side the corporate limits, the nearest
point being where the old Charles City
road is crossed by the old Three C's
survey; the distance from the court
house square being about one mile in
a northeasterly direction. Th? livte
thus makes aa elbow te keep oat of the
corporate limits and after passing the
(ewn, was crooked back to make Aiken.
We speak of this road as the Black
Diamond, but we notice the address of
the engineer in charge is O. R. A. T.
W. Co., which translated means Ohio
River and Taylor (Sam) Wideopen
A Distinguished Educator.
The pulpit of our Baptist church
was filled on last Sunday morning
and evening by Rev James Bal
four, M. A., of Jamaica, W. I. His
subject on Sunday morning, "The
wasted home," was a clear and
mighty portrayal of the joy and
comfort of a true home and the
despair of a blighted one. He also
lectured in the Baptist church on
Tuesday evening of this week to
the teachers in attendance at the
Summer School on "The Island of
Jamaica, its people ard schools."
The following in this connection,
copied irom the Baptist Courier,
will be of interest to those who had
the pleasure of hearing Mr Bal
"Rev. James Balfour. M. A., late
of Calabar College, Jamaica, hav
ing spent some time in Greenville,
hu secured the position as princi
pal of the Montmorenci school in
Mr. Balfour has been in Jamaica
sixteen years, and has been in
strumental in much good in mis
sion and educational work in that
island. For reasons of health,
particularly the health of his
children, h* has decided to make
' his home in this country, and is
i now open to calls, either for the
pastorate, or school work, or both.
The Daily Gleaner, published at
Kingston, Jamaica, says: "All
over the island will be general
regret in educational circles when
it becomes known that Rev.
James Balfour, M. A., one of the
tutors of Calabar College, is to
leave Jamaica and to settle in the
United States. The work Mr. Bal
four has done in the college for the
last 16 years in the instruction
both of the normal and theologicaal
students has been of a kind and
a quality that have won for him
the confidence and the high esteem
of him colleagues in the work, the
managing committee of the college
and all the students who have
pas ?ed through the college during
all these years. Himself an
earneBt, alert and successful stud
ent when at Edinburgh University,
Mr. Balfour has known how to
carry the spirit of his Edinburgh
studies into the work of the
Jamaica College. The young men
who have profited by his instruc
tion are at work in all part's of the
island, grateful for what they got
from bim in intellectual
stimulus and guidance * *
In his early prime and rich in the
qualities that go to make an ac
complished instructor, we have no
donbt that he will soon be in
harness again at some important
educational center and giving his
well-ripened best to new circles of
Mr. Balfour is a great friend of
Dr. T. M. Bailey, father of our F.
N. K, Bailey.
A Thousand Tongues.
Could not express the raptare
of Annie E. Springer, of 1125
Howard st,, Philadelphia, Pa.,
when she found that Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption
had completely cured her of a
hacking cough that many years
had made life a burden, All other
remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this
Royal Cure-"it soon removed the
pain in my. chest and I can now
sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before.
I feel like sounding its praises
throughout the Universe." So will
every one who tries4Dr. King's New
I Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price
50c. and $1.00. Trial boUleB free
at G. L. Penn & Son ; every bottle
It takes one barrel of flour to
provide bread for one person for
We have two hundred under our
care in the Thornwell Orphanage
and will need two hundred barrels
during the ensuing twelve months.
Can you not secure for us at least
one of these? If you cannot give it
yourself, are there not neighbors
of yours who will join in with you
and so send a barrel to the or
We will cheerfully pay the
Who could refuse a gift of bread
to the fatherless children?
We are not asking you to do it
all. Although none of our orphans
are Clinton-born, our little town
headed the flour supply with eigh
teen barrels last year, and will do
so this year.
Sendgifts of money to Rev.
Dr. Jacobs, but send gifts of
provisions supply to Thornwell
Orphanage Clinton, South Caro
r HfKlvl ? Cuts, Burns, Braises, Rhen
znatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
Let us know your wants, get our
prices, just give us an opportunity
and we will do you good. You
aever will regret it if you do. Re
member the address, Augusta Car
riage Repository, A. Rosenthal,
Prop'r, Augusta, Ga.
? mnmm.. 1
Two-thirds of the stealing done
nowadys goes under another name.
Lots of people are poor because
they buy too many things they
By the time a mu succeeds im
I reaching the top of the ladder he j
j is too old to enjoy the scenery.
When you aee a man eager to
confess a small fault the chances
are that he has a larger one to
A Beer keg fell out of a train in ;
i Indiana and derailed several cars.
It was called a peculiar accident.
Derailing is its business.
Just before the rugged Thomas
Carlyle died he was asked whether |
he was writing anything. He re
plied : "I am just waiting-wait
ing and wearying to go back to]
In Diarrhoe Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine is invaluable. Ii gives J
Tone to the Stomach, Aids Digestion
and Assists Nature in carrying off all |
Impurities. For sale by G. L. Penn &
"Mildred," said her father, "I
am willing that the young]
lieutenant who ccmes here should
make a coaling station of my
house again this winter, but if he
ever hints annexation you may tell
him I am unalterably opposed to I
A hot poker game was played in
a Denver saloon one night between
a Chinaman, a cowboy and one of |
the leading doctors. The China
man held four aces, the cowboy
held a gun and the doctor held an
inquest on the Chinaman.
AChinese wrote before the Chris
tian era; uThe more horses the
rich put to their chariots, the
I more people will have to walk on
foot ; the more the houses are vast |
and magnificient, the more those
of the poor are small and misera
ble; the more their tables are
covered with danties, the more the
people there are forced to eat rice."
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or Tab
lets are Effective, Elegant to take, and
produce no unpleasant After-Be&ults.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
In Boston last Thursday a poli
ceman found this poem pinned to
Samuel Adams'statue in Adams'
square/and promptly confiscated
Here I stand in conscious pride.
Samuel Adams, deified,
'Twas I who taught men to be free,
The gospel of sweet liberty.
They placed me bei e this place to fill.
"From here he'll look on Bunker's
This spot, 'tis only jost and fair,
Henceforth is known as "Adams'
Well done : well said : thou seest my
Not Bunker Hill-By Adamsight.
jv Ridge. Spring, Sept. 1.-It is a
Singular fact that one death in this
community is frequently followed
soon by another. Dr. Lewis M.
Asbill, an aged physician of thia
town, has passed away and was
laid to rest in the family burying
ground this af ternoon. Dr. Asbill
was a prominent physician here in
his earlier years till enfeebled by
disease. He then retired from
active life and spent the remainder
of his days quietly and peace
fully-a fine example of the old
school who are so rapidly passing
away. He was 76 years of age.
Keep the Stomach and Bowels in
good condition, the Waste Avenues
open and free by an occas'onal dose of
Dr. M. A. Simmojs L.ver Medicine.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
A child is born ; the doctor in
attendance gets $10, the editor)
gets 0. It is christened and the
I minister gets $6 and the editor gets
! 00. When it marries the minister
j gets $10 and a piece of cake and
the editor gets 000. In the course |
of time it dies ; the doctor gets |
from $5 to $1000, the minister,
perhaps, gets another $5, an under* I
taker from $25 to $50. The editor
printR a notice of ' death and
? obituary two columns long and |
I gets 0000, besides lodge and society
resolutions, a free card of thanks
and a lot of poetry. No wonder
the editor gets rich.
fM-k4*4A?ftA CUBAN RELIEF cures
r i?iniCrS ??lLc Nenn?gtaand Toothache
? M Vin five minutes. Soar Stomach
and Bman? Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.
rivQIIlvl v -ia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. BegulatM the Liver. Price, 25 eta.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
Cures all diseases without the use of
medicine. A pure Oxygen treatment,
bj absorption, ft cures where every
thing else fails. It is needed in every
family, for it will cure every weakness
or ailment, to the most persistent
chronic disease, and without the use
of a grain of medicine. Thousands of
people all over the United States, from
private cit'zeus to Lawyers, Doctors
Preachers, Supreme Judges, Editors,
etc., even Crowned Heads of Europe
have given written testimonials of
these facts. Book of testimonials, with j
price of instruments sent free. Agents
wanted. $5.00 to $10.00 a day. THE
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If You Want Your
Shoes to Wear Buy
from J. M. COBB and
Observe the Following
Demand a comfortable fit, and
Remember that light shoes ai
will not stand rongh wear.
Again remember, a wet shoe w
near the fire, and if dried.too quick
the life is taken out of the,leather a
If you will be governed by the
will be reduced, and you will obtaii
insist upon wearing light shoes, wh<
iug your shoes too small, burning I
you should stand the consequences
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0. Sheppard, Jr.
SSATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-Edgefield County-Court of
Common Pleas. ,
George R. Lombard, as survivor of
the firm of George R. Lombard
& Co., et al., against F. M. Hen
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry, before the Court House,
town of Edgefield and State of
South Carolina, on the first Mon
day in October, 1899, (being the
2nd day of said month) between
the legal hours of sale, the follow
ing described property, to wit :
1. One (1) 60-6aw Augusta Gin,
Feeder and Condensor.
2. One (1) Hegis Saw Mill.
3. One (1) 48-inoh Solid S arr,
50 feet 10-inch belting, and all
shafting and pulleys connected
with the same.
4. One (1) new Cotton PresB.
Said personalty beiDg at the
Rogue ShoalB Mill.
And if said personalty does not
pay the debt, cost and expenses in
curred, I w?l immediately sell
thereafter the interest of M. B.
Sturkey in the following realty, to
Two-thirds ($) interest in all
that tract of land situate, lying
and being in Edgefield county and
State of South Carolina, containing
fifty-two (62) acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of F. M. Hen
drix on the north ; Mrs Julia Tal-j
bert and Adel ino Blackwell on the
south, and known as the Rogues
Shoals Mill tract.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Terms must be complied with or
satisfaction given to Master, or he
will resell the same day.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Sept. 6, '99. Master E. C.
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
BDO-BFIDEJIiD, S, Ol
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
[ respectfully solicit the patronage ol
Raise Your Own Mules!
MY THOROUGH-BRED JACK,
"Joe Brown/' will stand during
, he fall season at my residence. Satis
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ive Dealers In >n
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LE CELEBRATED OLD
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- Notice !
be sure they are LONG ENOUGH.
re not intended for farm use, and
ill burn almost instantly if hold
ly (not necessarily being burned)
nd the wear destroyed,
above suggestions, your shoe bill
i the best results. If however, you
BU heavy ones should be worn, buy
them, or drying them too quickly,
, and not ask your dealer to bear
rters for Good Shoes.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-County of Edgefield-lu the
Probate Court-Summons for
Relief. (Complaint not Served.)
E. L. Posey, as Administrator of
the estate of Clarinda Donn, de
ceased, Plaiutiff.against Lucretia
Cheshire, Ida E. C. Feagle, J. H.
Courtney and Mrs. L\ E. Toney,
To the Defendants above named :
. You are heieby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
in this action, which is filed in the
Probate Court in and for the said
County, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint
on Sheppard Bros. af their office
at Edgefield C. H.. S. C., within
twenty days after the service here
of:; exclusive of the day of such
service ; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintif! in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the com
Dated at Edgefield C. H., S. C.,
August 25th, 1899.
J. D. ALLEN, [L. S.]
J. P. E. C.
To the Defendants above named :
You will take notice, that the
Summons, of which the above is a
copy, and the Complaint in this
action, are now on file in the Pio
bate Court in for said county.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-Edgefield County-Court of
Emma N. Blocker, against John
T. Nicholson, et al.
Pursuant to the decree in the
above stated canse, I will offer for
sale at public outcry, before the
Court House, town of Edgefield
and State of South Carolina, on the
first Monday in October, 1899, (be
ing the 2nd day of said month)
between the legal hours of sale, the
following described realty, to wit :
Tract No. 4 or Ouzts tract. Tract
containing one hundred and ninety
six (196) acres, more or IOBS, and
bounded on the north by lands of
Mrs A. DeVore and James McGb.ee,
east by Tract No. 1, or the Home
.Tract, south by Tract No. 1, and
westby Edgefield and Ninety Six
Terms of Sale: One-third cash
and the balance on a credit of one
and two years, with interest from
the day of sale. Purchaser to give
bond and mortgage of the premises
to secure the paymant of the credit
portion, or all cash at the pur
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Sept. 6, '99. Master E. C.
I have re-opened my
Livery Stables again
at the old stand, where
1 will be pleased to
see and serve my
friends and the
ful for past pa
tronage, 1 shall
endeavor to de
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