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TH t? ADVERTISER,
Edgefield, S. C.
On Wednesday last the case of
I the State vs.. Will Permenter for
the murder of Lig9 Tillman was
tried, the jury bringing in a ver
dict of manslaughter. M. P. Wells,
Esq., appebred for the defence.
Sentenced to len months on the
county chain gang.
Lawyer Holloway for the murder
. of Pick Williams, was next heard,
and resulted in his acquittal. Mr.
Shoppard, of the firm of Sheppard
Bros., appeared for the defence.
The case of John Price, charged
with arson, attempting to burn the
dwelling of Mrs Abney-was nol
All the parties implicated in the
three above cases were colored.
.. In fact, there was not a single in
dictment against a white man at
this term of court.
Late Thursday evening, the Ses
sions business adjourned until
Monday, when the Court of Com
mon Pleas was duly opened.
-' .. Mr McFeat, the stenographer,
being absent-sick at home in Co
lumbia-the court could not pro
ceed with the jury cases eu the
docket, and look up the partition
case of Glover vs. Glover. This
suit was argued in extenso by Mr
N G Evaus for the plaintiff, and
Mr J H Tillman, of Croft & Till
man,, for the defense. Judge' Al
drich reserved his decision or de
cree in the matter till another day.
On Tuesday the case of Odom vs.
The Bank of Johnston was taken
up, Mr. Sam Nicholson, Deputy
. Clerk, acting as stenographer. Mr
Tillman for plaintiff; Sheppard
Bros for defense.. No decision io
the case up to the hour of going to
Will Make His Home in Green
Mr. D. A. G, Ouzts.of Columbia,
bas decided to make his home in
Greenwood and follow his pro
fession, the practise of law. Mr.
OuztB .will have an office in the law
office buildings near the court
bouse, the same offce which was
occupied by Mr. W. F. Stackbouse.
Look for bis card in this issue of
Dan Ouzts is an Edgefield man,
a brother of Sheriff OuztB of Edge
field county, the most popular man
in that county, having held the
office of sheriff for twenty years,
and his brother w bo h as decided to
locate among ue "las many friends
throughout the State. The old
Edgefield side of Greenwood coun
ty will welcome him to this com
munity and give him a generous
Some of Love's Vagaries.
A Philadelpnia woman sent her
rival poisoned io* cream.
A New York woman had her j
sweetheart arre&ted for theft and
then married him.
An Atchison man is sueing his
wife for divorce because he found |
ber examining mourning goods.
The divorced wife of a Jersey
City man ia now a cook in the
employ of her ex^husband's second
While dressing for-her wedding
a Vienna woman learned of the
groom's death. Three days later
she married another man.
A Newburg girl remained fath
ful while ber sweethert served
a nine years' term in jail, and
married him on his release.
An Australian sent his sweetheart
money to pay her passage from
England. On her way over she
fell in love with a passenger and
While in bathing in Atlantic
City a man proposed and was
accepted, and, a preacher being
on the beach they were married in
their bathing suits.
Pi.uir TBBBS-Grave Vines, Straw
berry and Raspberry Plants, Nut-besr
ing trees, Roses, Ornamental trees,
etc. Orders solicited for any of the
above stock. R. H. Muns.
Fine Northern Apples jiut received
at L.E. Jackccn & Co.'s.
ffifat?f?P? C U BAN O i L cures
r M VIVI * Cuts, Barns, Bruise*, Rheu
matism and Sore?. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
High grade Roofing and House
Paints, ready mixed, the best made,
cheapest and goodest. Apply at the
The Advertiser and Home and Farm
both, one year $1.50.
Shoes! bb oes! Perhaps it isn'c so
generally known as it should be, that
we keep Shoes, a heavy etock for ladies',
trent's, and ?children'. L. E. JacKson &
We have opened a branch HIDE HO US
ern faners, and are in a position to pay
Wool, Furs and Beeswax. Your shipme
622-634 REYNOLDS STREET.
Stronger Phone No. 367.
Very Mad at Dewey.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 22
Dewey is in hot water. They made
it so hot for him because he gave
to hie wife a nation's gift to' him
his wife has deeded the home to
One report printed this morning
has it that the transfer waa made
to preserve the house, as Admiral
Dewey fears a suit for breach of
promise will be ?instituted against
him by a lady employed in the
bureau of equipment, of which
the admiral was the head be
fore he was assigned to the charge
of the Asiatic squadron.
It is stated upon what appears'
to be reliable authority that an
engagement of marriage existed
between the two at the time of the
admiral's departure from this
couutry more than two yearp ago.
There is deep regret mingled with
the indignation, but no one as yet
has been called upon to defend hi?
course, and even his best friends
feel that he has shown bad taste in
the matter, to say the leaBt.
The delegation from Columbus,
0., which came here yesterday to
invite him to visit the city, deliver
ed the invitation in a most per
functory way. The members are
quoted this morning as saying that
bad it been known in'Columbus
that he had giuen away his home
the invitation would never have
been sent, and they express sat
isfaction that tho invitation was
An exchange says, a gentleman
invited some friends to dinner,
and as the colored servant entered
the room he accidently dropped a
platter wqich held a turkey. "My
friends," said the gentleman,
"never in my life have I witnessed
an event so fraught with disaster
to the various np.'icns of the globe.
In this calamity we see the down
fall of Turkey, the upsetting of
Greece, the dee* action of China,
and the humiliation of Africa."
We have th? highest regard for the
medical profession. Our preparations
are not sold for the purpose of antagon
izing them, but rather as an aid. We
lay it down as an established truth that
internal remedies are positively injuri
ous to expectant mothers. The distress
and discomforts experienced during the
months preceding childbirth can be al
leviated only by external treatment-by
applying a liniment that eof teqs and re
I laxes the over-strained muscles. \. We
t make and sell' such a liniment, com
bining the ingredients in a manner
hitherto unknown, and call it .
We know that in thousands of cases
it has proved more than a blasting to
expectant mothers. It overcomes morn
ing sickness. It relieves the sense of
tightness. Heau?mes cease, and dan
ger from Swollen, Hard and Rising
Breasts is avoided. Labor itself is
shortened and ?horn of most of the pain.
We know that many doctors recom
mend it, and we know that multitudes
of women go to the drug stores and buy
it because they are sure their physicians
have no objection's. We ask a trial
just a fair test There is no possible
cbance of injury being the result, be
cause Mother's Friend is scientific
ally compounded. It is sold at $i a bot
tle, and should be used during most of
the period of gestation, although great
relief is experienced if used only a short
time before childbirth. Send for our il
lustrated b?K>k at>out Mother's Friend.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
"They glorified Him not as God,
neither were thankful."
These words are a prophecy of
disaster to the man or the nation
forgetting God as the giver of
prosperity, hi.alth, and every earth
It is a cause for sad regret that
the true idea of "Thanksgiving
Day" is so obscured or utterly for
gotten by so many in Christian
communities. We ought to "re
joice and be glad," but to spend
the day in pastime and pleasure
-seeking to convert it into an oc
casion of sport and frolic is an
unworthy use of a day that may be
made the means of fostering the
uoblest sentiments of the human
heart-gratitude to God, kindli
ness for all, practical charity for
those who need human sympathy
and human help.
Come, brethren and fellow citi
zens, let us meet in God's house
next Thursday. Let us worship
Him with praise, and remember
His message to Hi* ancient people,
"Go your way, eat the fat and drink
the sweet, and send portions to
them for whom nothing is pre
pared. L. R. GWALTNEY.
A buggy that will stand the test
of rough roads can be bought only
at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
Buggies ! Buggies ! Buggies !
It means dollars to you. Write
or call and we will do the rest, at
A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
We have managed to secure the
best and easiest riding Buggy foi
the least money, at A. Rosenthal's,
Bakery and butchersbop are open tc
the public at all reasonable ?ours und
at prices the same. Rear of Bank ol
Edge?eld is the place. Give me u call
G. W. CAMPBELL'
Those flavored Syrups-strawberry
orange, lemon, vanilla, pineapple, etc.?
at L.E.Jackson & Co.'?.
IE here. We buy direct f<?r the east
top market prices for Hides, Tallow,
?IN & CO.,
B. SCHIFF, Manager.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
1 afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control thc passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Wemen as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Homo of Swwnp-Root
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention the paper.
Death of vice-President Hobart.
Paterson, N. J., Nov. 21-Vice
President Hobart died, ai 8:30.
His family and physicians v/ere
present at his bedside wheu death
came. The Vice President had
been failing since late yesterday
afternoon, although reports were
given out that he waa holding hie
At midninght, he became
uncousious. At 7, this morning, he
had an attack of angina pectoris,
from which he never rallied.
Mrs. Hobart, Dr. Newton, who
is a cousin of Mrs. Hobart, and
Miss Alice Waddi!!, tbe nurse,
were at the patient's bedside con
stantly from the time he been m a
Flags on the city hall and on the
public buildings were put at half]
mast when the news became known.
The bell on the city hall tolled at
in.ervals during the forenoon. The
Passaic county court adjourned
Although the Vice President's
death was expected at aoy time,
yet there was a faint hope to the
last among b?B personal friends in
Paterson that he would survive
for some time to come. Soon after j
the news of Mr. Hobart's death
was Bent over the wire?, Telegrams
of condolence began to arrive at
the Carroll ball. Among the first!
to send words of sympathy and
condolonce to Mrs. Hobart were
President and Mrs. McKinley.
By the death of Mr. Hobart, the
office of Vice President of the
United States becomes vacant for
the rest of President McKinley's
term, as the law provides for no
The President Pro Tempore of
the Senate will be elected when
congress assembles. He will hold
office until March, 1901.
By law the succession to the
Presidency of the United States,
in the event of a vacancy, falle
upon the Vice President, and, in
the event of the latter's death,
upon the secretary of state.
Senator William P. Frye, of!
Maine, now President Pro Tempore
of the Senate, will call that body
to order, when it assembles, on De
cember 4, and will preside until
his 8nccesecr is chosen. That he
will succeed himself is generaly
conceded, all flags iu Washington
are half masted.
Rich high grade Cheese at L. E
Jackson & Co.'s.
Look In Your Mirror
De 7*0 see ?parfclfnr *y*?. ? healtny,
tSafit? ? '-IR, a ?Tweet ecpreesion and ft grace
ful fenn ? These attraction? are the result
of jr<?*? health. If they are absent, there
ia neariv alway? ?onie disorder of the dis
tinctly feminine organs present. Healthy
reonitrual orysni ffletn health and beauty
makes women beautiful and healthy.
It strikes at thc root of /ill their
trouble. There is no menstrual dis
order, ache or pain which it will not
cure. Ii is. for the budding girl, the
huey wife and the matron approaching
the change of life. At evary trying
.crisis in a woman's life it brings
health, strength and happiness. It
costs $i.oo or medicine dealers.
For advice in cases requiring special
directions, address, giving symptoms.
"The Ladies' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
MRS. BOrZNJL LEWIS, of OenavUle,
Texas. Bftys:-"I wu troabled at monthly
intervals with terrible pains in my head and
back, but have been entirely relieved by Wino
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
Common Pleas. .
Virginia C. Addison, as Admin:
t.ratrix of the Estate of John
Addison, deceased, et al., agair.
Eldred S. Addison, et al.
Pursuant to the decree in tl
cause I will offer for sale at pub!
outcry, before the Court Houi
town of Edgefield and State
South Carolina, on the first Mo
day in December, 1899, (being t
4th day of said month) betwei
the Ipgal hourn of sale, the folio
ing described realty, to wit :
LOT NO. i.
Containing four (4) acrep, mo
or lees, whereon is the J. L. Adc
son residence, bounded on tl
north by Lot No. 5, and Lot No.
of the J. L. Addison land, on ti
east by the Btreet running back
the Episcopal Church aud pep
rating 6aid lot from the lot of Jf
T. Bacon, on the west by lands
the Baptist Church and the stre
running from the Baptist Chun
to the Academy grove, and on t
south by lands of J. G. Tompki
and the Episcopal Parsonage.
LOT NO. 2.
Containing two and sixty-fi
oue-huudredths (2 65-100) acn
more or less, bounded ou the nor
by Tract No. 3 of the J. L. Adc
son land, on the east by tract N
5 and Tract No. 1 of the J L Adc
son laud, on the south by r!
cemetery of the Baptist Churc
and on the west by the street ru
ning by the Baptist Church to tl
LOT NO. 3.
Containing one and three-qua
ter (If) acres, more or less, knov
as the White place, bounded on tl
north by the McCullough place
J C Sheppard, on the south by L
No. 2 aforesaid or cemetery lot, (
the vest by the street going by tl
Baptist Church, aud on the ea
by Lot No. 6 of fhe J L Addisc
LOT NO. 4 OR TANYARD LOT.
Containing one-half (?) acre
moro or less, bounded on the norl
by the Academy branch, on tl
ea^t by lands of J C Sheppard, c
the south bj Tract No. 3 af or ega i
or tho White lot, and on the we
by the street lending by the Ba?
LOT No. 5.
Containing one and one-tent
(1 1-10) acres, more or less, bonni
ed ou the north hy Lot No. 6 of tl
J L Addison land, on the east h
the street . running back of tr.
Episcopal church, and ou tho sont
by the Lot No. 1 aforesaid or Horr
lot, and on the west by Tract N
2 or Cemetery lot aforesaid.
LOT No. 6.
Containing one and one-tent
(1 1-10 acres, more or less, bouude
on the north by Lot No. 7 of the
L Addison lands,, on the south b
Lot Nd. 5, on the east by the Btrej
running back of the Episcopi
Parsonage, and on the west by Lg
No. 3 aforesaid. ' - ~~r
LOT NO. 7. . ;
Containing one and two-fifth
(1 2-5) acres, more or less, bound
ed on the north by dbe braue
running back of the residence no*
occupied by Horde Allen, on th
south by Lot No. 6 aforesaid, o
the east by the street running bac
of the Episcopal parsonage, and o
the west by lands of J C Saepparc
LOT NO. 8.
Containing two and three-fifth
(2 3-5) acres, more or less, bounde
on the north by lands occupied b
Mrs Ida Sheppard, on the east b
Tract No. 9 of the J L Addiso;
land, on the south by the Mi?
Fleming lot, and on the west b
lot of Thos J Adams.
LOT No. 9.
Containing two aud four-fifth
(2 4-5) acres, more or less, bound
ed on the uorth by laud occupiei
by Mrs Ida Sheppard, on the ea6
by the street leading up to the resi
dence of Mrs Ida Sheppard, on th
south by the Miss Fleming lot, au(
ou the west by said Lot No. 8.
LOT NO. 10.
Containing two and two-fifthi
(2 2-5) acres, more or less, boundec
on tbe uorth by Lot No. ll of th<
JL Addison land, on theeast bj
the S. C. Co-Educational Institut?
lot, ou the south by Jas T Bacou'f
lot, and on the west by street lead
ing from the Episcopal Parsonage
. LOT NO. ll.
Bounded on the nort h by Lot Nc
12 of the J L Addison land, and or
the east by the Macedonia, church
lot, on the south by the S. C. Co
Educational Institute lot and Lo!
No 10, and on the west by th<
Btreet running back of the Episco
pal Parsonage, snid lot. containing
three aird one-third (3?) acres
more or less.
LOT NO. 12.
Bounded on the north by Lori
Nos. 13 and 14 of thpJ L Addisoi:
land, on the east ky Macod?uif
church lot, on the south by Lot Nc
ll, on the weet by the street run
ning back of the Episcopal Par
sonago, and containing three and
one-third (3?) acres, more or less
LOT NO. 13.
Containing eight and one-hall
(8?) acres, more or less, blundell
on the north by the street running
between the residence of Thos j
Adams and the Miss Fleming lol
and going to Gen -Butler's resi
dence, on the east by Lot No 14. on
the south by Lot No. 12 aforesaid,
and on the west by the street sepa
rating thif lot from the lot known
ae the M?SB Fleming lot.
LOT NO. 14.
Co i tain ing four acres (4) acres,
more or less, bounded on the north
by the street running from Gen
Butler's residence to f J Adams's
residence, on the past by Lot No 15
of tho J L Addison laud aud .Mace
donia church land, on thebouth by
the street separating this lot from
Lot No 12, and oi th? west by Lot
No 13 of the J L Addison land.
LOT NO. 15.
Containing six and chree-tenths
(6 3-lU) acres, more or less, bound
ed on the D?rth by the street run
ning over the hills between the
residence of Joe Reece and the old
Griffin place, on the west by the
railroad line known as the Edge
field and Newberry road, belong
ing to the C. C.. & G. S.', bounded
on the south by lands of JC Shep
pard and Macedonia church land,
and on the west by Lot No 14 of
the J L Addison land.
LOT NO. 16.
Containing ono (1) acre, more
or less, bounded on the north by
the street running from the resi
dence of Miss Fleming to the resi
dence of M C Butler, on the east
by Lot No 18 hereof, on the south
by lands of Joe Hodges, and on
the west by Lot No 14 of the J L
LOT No. 17.
Containing one .and one-half
(1?) acres, more or less, bounded
on the north hy lauds of Joe
Hodges, on the east by Lot No 18
hereof, on the south by lands of J
C Sheppard, and on the west by
the railroad cut running from
Edgefield town to Newberry.
LOT NO. 18.
Containing eight and three-quar
ter (8f) acre3, more or less, hound
ed on the north by the street pass
ing by the Miss Fleming residence
to lands of M C Butler, on the we6t
by Lots No 16 and 17 hereof andj
lands of Joe Hodges, on the south
by lands ot' J C Sheppard, on the
east, by landB of F \Y?P butler and
the Covar land.
LOT NO. 19.
Containing two and three-fifths
(2 3-5) acres, more or less, bound
ed on the uorth by the Williams
land, on the east bylands of Dr
Butler, on the south by the street
runniug by tue Miss Fleming resi
dence to lands of M C Butler, and
on the west by Lot No 20 hereof.
LOT NO. 20.
Containing one (1) acre, mo-por
less, bouuded ou the north by Lot
No 21 hereof, on the west by the
railroad cat leading to Newberry,
on the south by the street passing
by the Miss Fleming residence to
lands of MC Butler, on the east
by Lot No 19 hereof.
LOT NO. 21.
Containing one and one-fourth
(li) iicree, more or less, bounded
on the north by lands of th ? Young
blood lo1,, on the east by the Wil
liams lot, on the south by Lot No
20, and on the west by the railroad
cut leading to Newberry.
LOT NO. 22.
Containing thirteen and one
tenth (13 1-10) acres, more or loss,
bounded on the north by laud? of
W D Rame\T, on the east by thf
r.tilroad cut leading to Newberry,
on tue south by the street running
626 BR0AD STREl
by the Miss Fleming residence to
lands of Gen M C Butler, on the
we3t by lauds occupied by Mrs Ida
Sheppard and Lot No 23 hereof.
LOT NO. 23.
Containing three (3) acres, more
or less, bounded on the north by
lauds in possession of Mrs Ida
Sheppard, on the east by Lot No
22 hereof, on the south by the street
runniug Irom the Miss Fleming
residence to lands of Gen M C But
ler, and on the west by the street
running in frout of the residence
of Mrs Ida Sheppard.
LOT NO. 24.
Countaiuing twenty-four (24)
acres, more or less, known as the
New Grouud place, bounded on the
north by lands of Andrew Simkius
and the Pickeus estate, ou the east
by lauds of M C Butler, and on the
south by lands of W D Ramey, and
on the west by lands of Thos J
All that lot of land in the town
of Edgefield, South Carolina,
known as the J L Addison Law
Office lot, lying in the rear of the
rear of the W E Lynch Drug Store,
md bounded by the lot of the W E
,ynch Drug Store, on the south
nd the street loading from the
Saluda Hotel to the Presbyterian
church, and on the east hy the
alley which runs back between the
store of W W Adams and the store
occupied by Mr Peak, and on the
west by the alley between said lot
aud the lot belonging to A J Norris,
sa'd J L Addison lot having a
front of 50 feet on the street lead
ng from the Saluda Hotel by the
reebytenan church, and runuiug
back to the lot of Mrs Lynch
thirty-three aud one-third (33?)
AU that lot of land in the town
of Edgefield, South Carolina, back
nf the street next to J M Cobb's
store (owned fy J C Sheppard)
and bounded ou tho south by said
store lot owned by j C Sheppard,
and the law office of J Wm Thur
mond, on the west by the Cam
bridge road or street, bounded on
the north by the street leading
from the Saluda Hotel by the
Presbyterian church, and on the
east by the lot of A J Norris, and
having such shape and dimensions
as appears by a plat cn file at tne
office of W F Roath, Master.
AH that tract of land in the
town of Edgefield, South Carolina.
Whereon is situated the four 
two-story brick stores or offices,
bounded on the south by the Btreet
fading from the Saluda Hotel by
the Presbyterian church, ou the
west by the Saluda Hotel lot, ou
the north by the garden of the
Saluda Hotel, and on the east by a
lot of M C Butler lying between
th? ?aid brick building aud the
office of Sheppard Bros., which
said lot of J L Addison's estate
ba-ia front ou the street leadiug
from the Saluda Hotel by the office
of Sheppard Bros of eighty-four
and two-i.hirds (84?) feet and run
ning back thirty-three  feet
All that lot of land in the town
of Edgefield, South Carolina, on
Beaver Dam Creek containing nine
 acres, more or less, bounded on
the north bv a bottom in the pos
session of Berry Boram, on the east
by lauds of Mrs White, on the
outh by the rond running back
rom the iesideuce of Mrs White
o a westerly direction, and on the
west by lands of J P Ouzts and J
All that tract of laud in Edge
field county, Soul h Carolina, cou
taiuing forty-six and one-half
[46^] a^res, more or lees, being a
part of the Miuick place, bounded
on the north by other lands of the
estate of J L Addison and the Rock
Quarry,, on the south by the Barr
place, and on the west by lands of
the Dozier estate, and on the east
by other laads of the estate of J L
All that tract of land in Edge
field couuty, South Caldina, con
taining nineteen and, four-fifths
[19 4-5] acres, more or less, known
as the Rock Quarry tract, bounded
on the north by lauds of J L Addi
son's estate and the road separat
ing the Miuick nlace fiom the
j Charlton land on the eabt. and
south by other lands of J L Addi
son's estate, and on the west by
other hinds of J L Addison's estate.
All that tract of land in Edge
field county, South Carolina, con
taining one hundred and fifty-one
 acree, more or less, known
as the Minick place, bounded on
the north by the lands of Mrs Rosa
Parker, on the east by lands of G
F Long, on the west by lands of L
Terms of Sale: One-third cash,
balance on a credit of one and two
years,with interest from day of sale.
Purchaser to give boud and mort
gage nf the premises to secure the
payment of the credit portion, or
all cash at the purchaser's option.
Terran must b^ complied with or
satisfaction given to Master or he
is authorized to resell the same
day at the risk of the former pur
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Nov. 8, '99. Master E. C.
Those New York Crackers sweet
and straight, only thirty-two hours
from the bakery, are justly styled de
licious, at L. ?. Jackson & Co.'s.
5?, AfiG?STA, SA.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-Edgefield Couuty-Court of
A. S. Tompkins against B.W.
Pursuant to the judgment of
foreclosure in this cause, I will
offer for sale at public outcry be
fore the Crurt House, town of
Edgefield and State of South
Carolina, on the first Monday in
December, 1899, being the 4th day
of said month, between the legal
hours of sale, the following de
scribed realty, to wit:
All that lot, piece and parcel of
land situate, lying and being in
the couuty of Edgefield and State
of South Carolina, coutaining one
hundred and thirty (130) acres,
more or less, and bouuded by land
is of Elbert Dom, Whit Hading
and Talbert McDaniel, know as
th? Jacob Timmerraan Place.
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 an>d mortgage of the premises
to secure the payment of the credit
portion, or all cash at the pur
Purchaser to pav for papers,
ty. F. ROATH,
Nov. 8, S9. Master E. C.
Judge of Probate's Sale
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-County of Edgefield-Probate
Cour.-Complaint to Sell Land
to Pay Debts.
E. L. Posey, as Administrator of
the estate of Clarinda Don, d6
ceajed, Plaintiff, against Lucre
tia Cheshire, et al., Defendants.
Bv virtue of a decree in the abo\ e
stated case, I will sell at public
outcry at Edgefield Court. House,
South Carolina, ou salesday in De
Icamber, 1899, (being tue*4th day
of said mouth) for the payment of
debts, the following described
realty belonging to the estate of
Clariuda Don, deceased, to wit :
All that tract or parcel o." land
situate, lying and beiug in the
county of Edgefield, State of South
Carolina, containing thirty-three
and one-half (33?) acr?-s, more or
lijss, and bounded by lands of
Benjami' Boatwright, Mrs Bennett
Holland, J M Posey and others.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papera.
J. D. ALLEN,
:?jv. 7, '99. Judge of Probate.
Buggies and R-^ad Carts of every
description al just the price to sui*,,
vou at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga
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Men's and Boy's Suits. We have everything in this line from the cheapest
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Stylish for Skirts,
Large Multi Colored Stotcu, French
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Having indisputably and permanently established the fact-that we bandle
only the BEST SHOES, we merely make the statement that our Shoe Depart
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dren's Shoes are mort complete than ever before.
Outing, Percalines, Flannels.
Dark and Light Outings at 5c per yard. Striped Outings and Percalines
for Balmoral Skirts at S to I2%c per yard. Canton Flannel at 5 to 10c.
Several cases of Dark Blue and Mixed Colored Calicoe?, at3V? to 5c ? tard.
Dark Calicoes in staple and fancy patterns, from3^cto 6c,
The price of wool has advanced, but you will not think so if you will on'-Y
examine our stock of While and Red Flannels. We have them from V2y,c up
Jeans and Kerseys for Pants from 10c up to 33^c a yard.
Laces and Embroideries.
Large line Embroideries, from 3c up to 33%c & ysrd.
Torchon. Linen, Valenciennes, Cotton and Sdk Laces from 1, 2,3c up 15c
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Capes and Jackets.
Any price or style you may desire from 50c to $10.00 each. This stock is
the largest ever displayed by us. Don't buy a jacket or cape till vou see our
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Therefore come to the New York Racket and see the Shirt-Waist Silks in
all colorsand style.-, from 35c up tr 1.00 per yard. DuchesseeSatin for Waists.
1.00, worth 1.50.
Blankets and Counterpane^ from 50c to 3.50.
Velvets and Velveteens, from 25c to 1.60 a yard. Silk Velvet at 1J50, worth
Rues and Mattings, 32x72 inch rugs, 99c to 3.99. Small Rugs 25c to 2.50.
Bleaehings and Lonsdale Cambrics.
Bleached Homespuns, 5c to 9c. Lonsdale Cambrics,8o to 12c Long Cloth,
02 to 20c. Checked Muslins, 5c and up. Pink Eiderdown,30c, worth 50c. Scrim
for curtains, 5 to 10c. Curtain Swiss 10c to 12c, Bleached Sheeting, 20 to 2Gc.
Unbleached Sheeting, 15c to 20c.
CLOTHING.-Ou . Fall stock is now complete and ready for inspection
Towels and Damask Goods.
Linen and Cotton Towels, 5c to 25c. Some very pret ;y Towels 20c to 26c?
Doylies, 35c to 1.25per dozen. Bureau Scarfs and Stamped Piec,es for Embroid
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J. W. PEAK,
NEW YORK RACKET STORE
Master's Sale.-Aiken Co.
I SS ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
[ Laura Turner, as Executrix, Plain
tiff, against Idella J. Turner, et
By virtue of an order of his
[Honor, D A Townsend, dat?d Octo
ber 31. 1899,1 will offer for sale to
[the highest bidder on the first
Monday in December next, in front
of the Court Bouse at Aiken, S C,
withiu the legal hours for sales,
the following described real estate,
to wit :
All that certain piece, parcel or
|lot of laud situated in the counties
'of Aiken and Edgefield and State;
aforesaid, containing six hundred j
and twenty (620) acres, more or!
less, and bounded as follows: On j
the north by E V F Horne and R ?
L Carpenter; on the east bv lands
[of A C Powell and said G W Tur
!ner; on the south bylands of G W
I Turner, and on the west by G W
[Turner, RL Carpenter and L W
Whitlock, and having such shapes
aud marks as plot made by Isaac
Boles, dated Jan. 6tb, 1886, will J
more fully anpear.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash,!
balance on a credit of one year with
interest from day of sale, credit
portion secured by a bond of the
purchaser anda mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser haB option of
paying all cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
W. M. JORDAN,
Master Aiken County.
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