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E nfield Advertiser
Tl OS.J. ADAMS, - . . . - KDlTOh
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10.
INFORMATION.
"Subscription Price-Sent to any
ada ress for one year for $1.50; for sis
months, 75c; for three months, 50c.
Payable in advance.
Kates for Advertising-One inch,
first insertion, $1.00; each subsequent
insertion,.50c' Want Notices, one cent
per v\ ord, each insertion. Other local
noticeSjten cents per line for first in
sertion.; five cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. "Obituaries and
Tributes of Respect, Notices of Thanks,
and all personal notices of a political
nature, are charged for as regular ad
vertisements!. ' Liberal contracts made
for three, "six, and twelve ' months.
Write for terms.
THE ADVERTISER,
. Edgefield, S. C.
The Boer war is costing Grea'
Britain at the rate of 15,000,000
pounds sterling a week-$2,000,000
a day.
The prospects of th? Black Dia
mond, railroad are brighter than
they h?ve1 ever been, but that is not
saying much.
The Abbeville Medium contends,
and in dead earnest, too, that this
is the twentieth* century and not
the last year of the nineteenth.
South Carolina has an income
tax, but it don't bring in much
revenue* Only two counties realize
_ ..asjnucb.r $1,000. .
Greenwood farmers are fighting
the fertilizer trust in the ouly
effective way-hy not buying its
products.-The State.
Denmark is anxious to sell her
West- Indies islands to the United
States. There are only two or three,
St. Thomas being the largest.
Of he 290 new textile milis
builtin.this country last year, it is
noted, 196, or two-thirds of the
whole number, were built in the
South.
The Southern railway is build
ing a magnificent steel bridge ovor
the Savannah river at the foot of
Washington street, Augusta. The
.tsains on this road will enter and
leave the city over the old South
Carolina railroad bridge while this
new bridge is building.
It seems to be an inevitable,
mathematical fact that if the Brit
ish forces simply stand as they
are, holding the Boers in their
trenches, the collapse of Oom
Patfl's army and government must
come. It is a fight'between a peo
ple with the resources of the world
belrnd them and a people with
only the resources of a limited
stretch of territory behind them,,
and of the final result there can be
no doubt.-Greenville News.
The legislature of 1900 is in seB
pion. This session cannot last
longer than forty days. There arp
a large number of bills standing
! over from last session. The liquor
question-the dispensary law-is
the largest question before the Gen
eral Assembly, and there seems to
be much doubt as to the outcome,
whether the law will be repealed
or if modified, in what respects.
Mr Strom's bill on this law was
favorably reported at the last term.
Altogether there are nearly two
hundred bills standing over from
last session.
A dispatch to the Columbia
State from Anderson conveys the
gratifying intelligence that work
is soon to begin on the Black Dia
mond. The following is the tele
gram: "Chief Engineer M. B.
Crenshaw of the Black Diamond
railroad force arrived hera Wed
nesday from Knoxville, TenD. He
will remain in Anderson some two
weeks or more preparing the esti
mate of the North Carolina survey
of the proposed road. Mr Cren
shaw thinks the actual work on
the road will begin by the first of
March. These, of course, are en
couraging words for Andereon."
r One change needed in the dis
pensary law is a provision that m.
man who drinks whiskey shall be
employed as a constable. It stands
t) reason, as every one familiar
with the nature of whiskey knows,
that any man who habitually
drinks it would as soon drink
blind Jtiger whiskey as any; it
means, that instead of ferreting
out and bringing to justice all
illegal traffickers in whiskey the
constable would soon be accepting
favors from the bands of the blind
tigers and finally exacting toll as
a price of, immunity from arrest.
No one would seriously think ol
hiring a burglar for a night watch
man of valuable good3, but it would
be as sensible as hiring a drinking
manto run down whiskey sellers.
It in. rather remarkable than other
wise that the -owers that execute
our laws, or, more properly speak
ing, they who are entrusted with
the duty of executing them, have
not seen the inconsistency in ?orne
pf their appointments;.- Yorkville
Yeoman.
We have' managed to secure th?
best acd easiest riding Buggy for
he least money, at A. Roseuihtl's
sta. Ga.
^ ?fr,
Our Washington Letten.
Washington, jan, 8th.-r.The
administration vbas been kept
squirming ever since Congress re-'
assembled by the resolutions call
ing for information on varions
Philippine matters,, offered, by
Senator Pettigrew and others, but
the castigation of its Philippine
policy received today at the hands
of Senator Hoar, in a speech in
favor of his resolution, declaring
against imperialism and for the
independence of the Philippines
was the worst .punishment, yet
administered. Mr. Hoar is not aa
orator in any sense of the- word,
but he has tho lawyer's tac'ulty of
massing facts and plainly stating
his casa, and he brought it into
full play hie on speech, which will
take a high place in the arguments
against the departure from the
policy of Washington and. all the
early Presidents, and the substitu
tion therefor of imperialism, with
its attendant evils, a large stand
ing army, extravagent public ex
penditures, and public and private
corruption. It was a warning
which deserves the attentiou from
tho country lt will not receive from
Mr. McKinley and hie imperialistic
advistere, who answer it not by
argument, but by calling Senator
Hoar" a traitor."
Arguments in favor os the. gold
stan dard bill must be bard to get
when prominent republicans in
the Senate stand up and aay that
the bill is not unfriendly to silver ;
that its becoming a law will not
prevent a continuation of
of efforts for international
bimetallism, and that sort of rot.
The object of this sort of talk is
ibvious- There are republican
Senators who will vote for this bill
who have numerous constituents
who believe in bimetallism.
They are to be bamboozled into
the impression that the gold
standard bill is not an attack on
bimetallism. Auother defense
put forth for the bill ts that it is
not really new legislation, but
merely a re-affirmation of the Act
of 73. If that be true, why pass
the bill at all? But that it isn't
true, any more than the Statement
abouL its Dot being antagonistic to
bimetallism is shown by the
anxiety of the money kiDgs to get
it on the statute books. It requires
no gift of inspired prophecy to say
that the U. S. will never again
enjoy the blessings of the bime
tallie currency, which distributes
prosperity among the whole people
more equally than any other
form of currency until, the people
elect a Congress and a president,
pledged to wipe the gold stardard
law out of existence, and to sub
stitute the refor a law providing
for the double standard. It ie for
the people to say how soon that
shall be done.
. Mr. McKinley is getting a little
fidgety because of -the leisurely
manner in which the Senate is
proceeding with the gold etandard
bill. He sent .for Senator Allison
and. asked him to use his influence
to. push the debate along a little
faster.
The friends of silver in the
S?mate are pleased to know that
the Kentucky legislature will send
Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, a rock
ribbed friend of the' white metal,
back to the Senate in time to
participate iu the debate on the
gold standard bill. He will be t
valuable recruit. Senator Cul
bertpon, of Texas, is urging his
friends to stop the agitation in
favor of hie selection os Chairman
of the Democratic National Com
mittee, not only because he has no
desire for the position, but because
he thinks Senator Jones fills it in
a perfectly satisfactory manner
Senator Jones says there is no
truth whatever in the public re
ports of friction between himself
and Col. Bryan, and democrats in
Congress do notpbelieve that Col.
Bryan has ever in timated, even
in the most indirect manner that
he wished a change in thc head of
the National Committee.
As expected, the Senate Com
mittee on Elections decided by
a majorty of one to report against
the seating of Mr. Quay; but,
owing to the Clark case, now going
on before that Committee, it may
be several weeks before the report
of the Committee is submitted to
the Senate. Quay and hie friende
are considerably frightened, but
disinterested observers still think
that the chances favor Quay's be
ing seated by a elim margin.
The Senate made a big cut in
the amount that the Montana
Women suffer
ing from female
troubles and
weakness, and
from irregular
or painful men
ses, ought not
to lose hope if
doctors cannot
help them. Phy
sicians are so
busy with other
diseases that
they do not un
derstand fully
the peculiar ail
ments and the
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do is to "give
a fair trial to
BRADFBELD'S
Female Regulator
which' is the true cure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted his
whole life to the study of the dis
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth
ers, wives and daughters. It is made
of soothing, healing, strengthening
herbs and vegetables, which have
been provided by a kindly Nature to
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu
corrhoa, Falling of the Womb, Nerv
ousness. Headache and Backache.
In fairness to herself and to Brad?
fie* d's Female Regulator, every
suffering woman ought to give it a
trial. A large $i bottle will do a
Wonderful amount of good. Sold by
druggists.
Sent' 'jr a nicely Illustrated free book en the subject
erulator Co., Atlanta, Gav
706, 708 and 710 BROA
NEW STORE.
PIANOS ^
EVERETT,
HARVARD
md other makes of
New Upright Pianos,
$150 and Upwards.
PIANO AND
ORGAN TUNING
AND
REPAIRING BY
EXPERTS.
Farrand
and Votey
Organs
FOR PARLOR,
CHAPEL AND
SCHOOL USE.
Stock of Secoud
?and Pianos and Or
gans always on band.
?iauos from $25.00 to
?100.00. Organs from
?10.00 to $25.00.
?Jiiiimiiimimiiio
j OH
I Furnitur
( Departo]
1 k
i co:
S China <
Book
Ward
?} Bed-Rooi
S Dining-Ro<
Parlor
ff Library
"r Combinat
I Enamel
Brass
Fancy
and C
= Refrigera^
5 Mattings,
Curtai
1 St
?iiiiiimiiiiit{[;!!!c
raoMAS & :
706, 708 and 71(
AUGUSTA,
ritaesses in the Clark case will
et when it adopted a resolution
rovidiug ' that witnesses sum
aoned by Senate Committees,
hall receive $3.00 a day find
ctual railroad fare to and from
heir homes, instead of $2.00 and
dileage, which bas heretofore been
aid them.
The Roberts investigation is on
ts legs. Ex-Secretary Carlisle has ?
egun his argument against
loberts and when he closes, wbicb
e is expected to do about the
liddle of the week. Roberts will -
e allowed to supplement the '
rgument he has already made by 3
eplying. After that, the report j
rill soon follow. Roberts is doom- ,
d, he never had a chance, but
f he had, he would have fpoiled it
imself by his own talk.
Bad Blood-Cure Free !
Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin
Mseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
lf Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin ?Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
n Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,,
tching Humors, Etc. For these trou
les a positive specific cure is found in
I. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
lost wonderful blood purifier of the
ge. It bas been thoroughly tested
or past thirty years and has always
ured even the most deep-seated, per
istent oases, after doctors and patent
aedicines had all failed. B. B. B. cures
iy driving out of the blood the poi
ons and humors which cause all
hese troubles, and a cure is thus made
hat is permanent. Contagious Blood -
'oison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Hands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Ste., cured by B. B. B, the only reme
y that can actually cure this trouble,
it druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
irge bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
I. B. is an honest remedy that makes
eal cures. To test B. B. B. write for
'ree Trial Bottles which will be sent
repaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
ress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Qa.
Will Fight The Trust.
Greenwood, Jan. 5-Col. L. F.
'opeland, the well-knowu lecturer,
poke to a crowded house last
light on "Snobs and Snobbery."
Ie ably sustained his great reputa
ion.
The farmers of Greenwood
ounty in mass meeting assembled
oday to fight the fertilizer trust
o-called. It was decided not to
?se any acid phosphate or other
ertilizersfor the ensuing year,
nd also to have another public
aeeting on the 20th inst. Mr.
\ E. Graham, county auditor,
nd president of the county alli
nce, presided.
Mr. H. L. Watson of Phoenix
as purchased an intererst in the
rreenwood Index and will her^af
er be associated with that paper.
-Thc State.
CANDIDATES.
I am a candidate for County Super
i*8or subject to the Democratic pri
?ary. I will support all the nominees
f the party, myself included,
B. F. GLANTON.
Notice of Dissolution.
This is to certify thnt the firm
f Hardy & Bussey, constituted of
. L. Hardy and T. T. Bussey, is
his day dissolved by mutual con
ont. The new firm of T. T. Bussey
,ssume8 all liabilities of the firm
,f Hardy & Bussey, also collect
ng all debts due the said firm of
lardy & Buisey.
J. L. HARDY,
T, T. BUSSEY.
lodoc, S.C., Dec. 12, 1899
DWAY, A?GtfSTA, GA.
Sewing
llimilll!!!llllllll? " AAJ&
I Machines.
I DOMESTIC,
I NEW HOME
|6H? I are noiseless, light
' E and easy running,
E with improvements
complete | up_r.o-date.;Our prices
mprising 1 pQual the lowest. We
H keep a complete lina
Closets E of extra attachments?
rwfl ' 1 Part8' Deedles> an *
caseB, g oil. for all maB.es of
robes, ^ sewing machines,
n Suites, S
3m Suites, E
Suites, E
Tables, 1 ?fe
ion Cases, E
ed and E
Ss I BICYCLES.
hairs,
tors, Etc. E
' E VICTORS.
ns, I CRESCENTS,;
jades, . =
Ruge, I STEARNS.
E Sundries and Re*
E pairs for all makes of
mmniiimmnsii? Wheels. Our Repair
Shop IP one of the
Finest in the South.
BARTON CO,
) BROA WAY,
. Who is Tho Blame.
In our cities and towns you will
seo many youug men bauging:
around the street corners and
crowding the saloous, literally
tbiowing their lives away. Why
is this? Interview them, and you
will find niue cases out of ten
the causes of this is neglect on the
part or their parents to make the
home attractive and happy for
their children, so they will be
content to stay at home. Tho old
homestead becomes dilapidatnd
and ugly, the moss roof, unpainted
aides. The farm allowed to- gf?w
to bushes and briers, fences rotted
down. The youth of 16 years
looks arouDdhim and sees nothing
to attract him'to spend -his spare
time at home, BO he goes out of,
an evening and finally ends up as
a street pauper and a drunkard.
Parents do your duty to your wile
and children, make things
attractive for them. Improve
your surroundings, repair your
houses, paint them, set ont flowers
and evergreens, clear up the farm,
institute games of amusement j
for your children. Become in
terested in painting. If you will
try the Southern Paint Company]
of Pinebluff, N. C., they will sell
you the best ready mixed paint
for the least price you can find
in the country, try them, they
want to do what they can to aid
in saving the young men of the
South and making their lives
bright and useful.
Reader, you can get the Advertiser
and che Atlanta Constitution, one yea?*,
tor $2.25; Advertiser and Home and
Farm, $1.75;;Advertiser nnd Weekly
News and courier, $2.26; Advertiser
and Ainslee's Magazine, a high grade
illustrated monthly, for $2.00; or all
these for$3.75. Four weekly newspa
pers and a monthly for only $3.75. This
is an offer, reader, you will not likely
have again during this century. Apply
at the Advertiser office in person or by
letter.
Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys?
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through,
your kidneys once every three minutes.
fThe kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Sw*mp-Root, the great kidney remedy Ia
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits foj^"?
by all druggists in fifty- fi'?Mri^fft^ ^??liSte
cent a-d one-dollar ?'z"s[^^Tlfififej^S
es. You may have a^^^w?StiMi^^c^
sample bottle by mall Homo of Swamp-Boot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when witing Dr. Kilmer
5c Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
?. WM. THURMONIA WM. P. i'Ai.nocii-1
THURMOND & CALHOUN,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Wil" practice in all Courts, State or I
Federal.
.Mast 'Ws Sale,
STATE OF SO WH CAROLINA
-County of Ec %.fieid-Court of
Common Pleas.
Lizzie H. Folk, Pla ;5t?^ against
Julia Elizabeth Fol ^.Defendant.
Pursuant to the de cree m this
cause I will offer for sa. 'e Pt public
outcry, before the Cou r' House,
town "of Edgefield, State of South
Carolina, on the first Mo Qday in
February, 1900, beiugthe < *>th day
of said month, between the le?ftl
hours of bale, the following'7" de
scribed realty, io wit:
All and singular that certain
parcel or tract of laud, situate, ly
ing and being in the county of|
Edgefield, in the State of Soui'h
Carolina, containing twenty-seve.u
and three-fourths (27|) acres,
more or less.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash,|
and the balance on a credit of one
year with interest on the credit
portion from day of sale. Pur
chafer to give bond and a mort
gage of thu premises to secure the
payment of the credit portion or
all cash at the purchaser's option.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps.
W. F. ROATH,
Jan. 10, 1900. Master E. C.
IP y OTK OF IjDGEFfUB
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
DI REOTORS.
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL ?R,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
OFFICERS.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
.. W. W. ADAMS, Vice-President.
E. J. M IMS, Cashier.
J. II. ALLKX, Ass't Cashier.
Pays internst on deposits by special
contract.
Hone" to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt aod polite attention.to busi
ness.
loop (jfrcooQi! Solicits!
._
I . CLANCY'S
New Restaurant I;
808 Broad Street,
Furnished and Fitted in the
Best Style.
CUISINE UNSURPASSED.
. A trial solicited.
J. E. CLANCY, Proprietor.
AUGUSTA, GA:
Hearts ! Heal
SOLID STERLING j
.- 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Yo
SOLID GOLI
75c to $8.00 ENGE
SPECIAL ATTENTION GI1
PRONTA?T'S JE
1^ 626 BROAD STREE'
Gins aijfl Presses.
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits; Gin,; Press,
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building, Bridge, Factory, Furnace
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mill.
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
:Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Lomliarfl Iron Woris & Snpply Co.
AUGUSTA, GA
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,.
Press aud Gin*Works
ffiff* Repairs Promptly Done]
AND STATUARY,
Headstones, CdpiDg, Iron aili fire
BUILDING STONE
Of Every Description.
WRITE OR CALL AND SEE ME
Cor. Washington and Ellis Sts.
AUGUSTA, GA.
A large stock of finished work al
ways on hand ready for lettering.
Prices always right.
Lost Note.
LOST by tlie subscriber on or about
Fri .lav, the Ul December inst., a
Nc te for* ?:?2.70, dated T>C. 1, 1899,
given hy S. L. and ti. IC. Bigham to the
undersigned, due 12 months al'tpr date.
All persons ave herewith warne J not
to.trade for the nbove described note
as payment, has been stopped.
JOHN C. WHATLEY,
\ Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-County pf Edgefield-Court
of Common Pleas. .
Wallingford ? Russell, Plaintiffs,
against J C C Seigler.
Pursuant to the decree in this
oause, I will offer for salo at public
outcry before the Court House,
town of Edgefield. State of South
Carolina, on Monday, the 5tb day
of Februaiy, 1900, between the le
gal hours of sale, the following de
scribed realty, to wit: . .
All that certain tractor parcel
of land, situate, lying and being in
Edgefield county and State of
South Carolina, containing on?
quDdred and fifty (150) acree,
more or less, and bounded as fol
lows, to wit : East, by lands of E T
Seigler; south and west, by lands
of W Arthur Reynolds ; north, by
'ands of Caddie N Hughey, and
mown as the Seigler tract in Tal
sturt township.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Jan 10, 1900. Master E. C.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-County of Edgefield-Court of
Common Pleas.
The Union Mortgage Banking and
Trust Company, Limited, against
Sarah E Strom.
Pursuant to the decree iu this
cause I will offer for sale at public
autcry, at Edgefield C. H., S. C., on
the first Monday in February,
1900, the same being the 5th day
c-f said month,, between the legal
boors of sale, the " followiug de
scribed realty, to wit:
All the* tract of land, situate,
lying anu being iuthe county of
Edgefield, and State of South
Carolina, containing one hundred
ind fifty (150) acres, more or less,
bounded north by lands of J P
Strom ; east, by lands of W H
B'olk ; west, by lands of S B Strom,
iud on the south by lands of E T
Cothrau.
Terms cf Sale: One-third cash,
jalance on a credit of one and
two year with interest on credit
portion from day of sale. Pur
chaser-to give bond and mortgage
){ the premises to Becure the pay
ment of the credit portion or all
;ash at the purchaser's option. No
)id to be received unless accom
panied by 10 per cent, cash, which
mall be forfeited in case of non
:omp]iauce, unless the same is
nade by or for the holders ot the
ien? herein liquidated.
Purchaser to pay for papera and
?tamps.
W. F. ROATH,
lau 10,1900. . Master E. C.
NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates thc Liver. Price, 25 eta.
For sale by G. T,. Penn &Son.
"ts ! Hearts ! Ill
SILVER HEARTS,
ur Initials Engraved Free.
} HEAET8,
:AVED FREE.
TES TO MAIL ORDERS.
VELRY STORE,
r, A?GaSTA, GA. ^Jj
Insurance Agency
-O?
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Ne respectfully solicit the patron
age of the insuring public.
Only the most reputable
and Solvent Compa
nion represented.
Among them
being
Etna Ins. Co., of Hartford,
3ome Ins. Co., New York,
dartford Ins. Co., Hartford,
Phoenix Ins. Co., Hartford,
Jnderwriters of New York,
:1amburg-Bremen of Germany,
Northern of London.
Ul outside business will receive
our prompt and person
al attention.
)FFICE: BURNETT BUILDING
5ee Our Life Insnrance Contract
before you lu sure.
DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY
?SDERS FILLED ^
REMOVAL.
PP. P. JU.
H?S REMOVED TO
07 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Wh^ro he will ?still continue to
Vt FREE EYE! TESTS
'or all d^fects^of* s pbt. Grind
ny sbap* and sty ie of lenee
rbile you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses-, rest or
e Oculist.
,A.M. CUBAN RELIEF CUM
V% Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache
in five minutes. Sour Stomach
nd Eu mm or Complaints. Price? 25 Cents.
For sale by G. T~ Penn & Son. \
OU Minimi Hardt Mi
KEY i
STATESVI
Sole Proprietors of the
of Old Fashionec
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No. 33
Daily
No. 15
Daily
Ex. Sun'v
STATION!
P. M.
1 10
1 40
2 15
2 45
5 20
P. M.
d Edgefieh
? d Trenton
a Aiken
a Augusta
a Columbi)
W. A. TURK, G. P. A.,
Washington, D. C.
S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. I
NOTICG,
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
--County of Edgfrfiild-Probate
Court.
Notice is hereby givnn to Execu- j
tors, Administrators, Guardian?, j
Trustees, and Committees, that j
they are required by law to make ri
IO Annual Relurn tn the office of, i
Jie Judge of Probate of all receipts j
ind disbursements by thom made :!
JU account of Estates in their.:
marge, and in default of such an- j
lual returns being made, they are j
iot entitled to any commissions
'or the management of their re- ''j
ipective trusts, besides subjecting
ihemselvf-s to penalties as provided !
)y law.
J. D. ALLEN,
Judge cf Probate.
. Master's Sale. .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA -
-County of Edgefi? ld-Court of .
Common Pleas. * '
ft D Lyon, et al, Plaintiff, against
Minnie L Lanham, et al.
Pursuant, to tb? decree in this J
;ause, I will offer io* sale at publ ic j
ratcry on Monday, the 5th day of
february, 1900, bet?re the Court j
?ouse, rowi* of Edgefield, Statu of J
South Carolina, between the legal 1
lours of sale, the following de- ]
icribed realty, at risk of former J
)urchaser, to wit : i
A 1 that tract or parcel of land kk
lituate, lying and being in Edge- ]
ield county, State of South C^ro- i
ina, containing one hundred and
lighty-two (182) acres, more or
ess, and bounded on the north by
ands of the estate of J A DeVore,
louth by lands of ?Vf D Lyons and
he Five Notch road ; east by lands
)f the estate of Mary E Timmer
nan; west by lands of the estate
>f J A DeVore and lands of P B
hannam.
Terms of Sale: The costs and
)ue-half of the purchase money to 1
ie paid in cash, balance on a crodit ;
)f one year with interest from day
)f sale. Credit portion to be se- i
;ured by a bond of the purchaser
>r purchasers, with a mortgage or
uortgages-of the premises so so<d,
)r all cash at purchaser's option. .
Pu rebasar to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
ran 10, 1900. Master E. C.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-County of Edgefield-Court of
Common Pleas.
American Freehold Mortgage Com
pany, Plaintiff, against Susan
%. Lanier, Robert T Lanier, et
al., Defendants.
Pursuant to the decree in this
?ase I will offer for sale at public
?utcry, before the Court House,
owu of Edgefield, State of South ;
karolina,on Monday, the 5th day i
>f February, 1900, between the le- j
;al hours of sale, the following de- ?
icribed realty, to wit:
All thos? certain tracts or par
lels of land situate, lying and be
ng in the couuty of Edgefield aud
State of South Caroliua, Trnct No
. containing two hundred and forty
240) acres, mora or less, and
tounded as follows: North, by
ands of Mrs Susan E Lanier and
1er children; east, by lands of J
I Boddie and Wm Quarlee ; south,
>y lands of J M Holston ; west, by
ands of Jas Collins.
Tract No 2 containing one huu
[red and forty-four (144) acres,
nore or less, and bouuded as fol
otfs, to wit: North, by lande of
Vyatt Seigler and lands of Mrs
lusan E Lanier and ber children ;
outb, bv lands of Mrs Annie Col
ins; west by lands of LH Pren
ott.
Terms of Sale: One-half oaeh,
nd the balance on a credit of one
ear, with interest from the day of
ale. Purchaser to give bond and
mortgage of the premises to sn
ore the payment of the credit
ortiou, or all cash at the purchas
es option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
an. 10,1900. Master E. C. g
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