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WEDNESDAY. MAY 23.
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1
j?te excursion train will nm from
Augusta tn Modocv on next Monday
warning to see t^e eclipse.
7?Ni't * Torgpt' the eo'ipse o? next
Mjvhday. Yon ran see it here as well
as anywhere in the world.
The recent rains at this place wash
edaway everything except the candi
dates, so Col."" Jim Ti ?lu?an says.
3|*B. Stroud, Grantville, Ga., wrote :
A^jpriceless hoon has been given the
h^?j world in Dr. Moffett's TJCETHIXA
( Teethi tig- Powders.
jgpv. Jv C. Sheppard, M. P. Wells,
E?q., and Hon. W A. Strom are the
new. candidates this week. The first
named for the State Senate the others
for ?he lower house.
&ney tel! us about the oats and wheat,
how it ls so tl np, the neads so heavy
that the stalks can't bold it ap, and we
believe it all for we know our farmer
friends don't know how to lie.
.Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach at
Berea on Sunday morning nest at ll
o'clock. The Rev Lather White will
preach at Horns Creek at the same
. a&u . *. ?
;A: great many people were disap
pointed because Gen. Gordon failed to
meet his appointment to lecture at
Johnston- -on last Friday and nobody
seems to know the reason why. A
dozen or more went from Edgefield to
Brother farmer, jf you want yoar
mail delivered at your door, "free ru
ral deli very" it is called, lay off a route,
get np a petition and send onto the
First Assistant Postmaster General, dr
better still, write tn your Congress
man, V7. J. Talbert, in the matter.
MST ' * *
Mr - Bud DeLoach will work three
mules to bis reaper and binder. We
believe this is the practice ID the West
ern states for farmers to work three
mules or horses to their reapers and
binders. .Ordinary years two"creetersM
would do, but this year grain is so
heavy that three will be better, so the
best farmers think at any rate.
Alexander Freeman, colored, asks as
to say for him that he is DOW running
a public track wagoo for the delivery
of goods anywhere in or out of town
for a slight consideration. He will
also do plowing by the day cr job for
parties, desiring such service. Alex's
mule iatbecolor of a dead rat, "sub
dued . mouse," some people call it, and
can trota mile-in time. *
The prohibitionists meet io Colum
bia to-day ( Wednesday),and the prob
abilities are that they will nominate
candidates tor Governor, Lieutenant
Governor, and Attorney General. It
is a'so rumored (bat in this event
there will be but one candidate for
Governor in opposition. This would
simplify matters and make a clear ?nt
issue In the State bet wren prohibition
There are numerous and various res
tons ?hy jost at this time is the best
of all times to borrow money from the
Edgefield Building and Loan Associa
tion and build yoar hoose. Call* on
J. H. Allen, Treasurer, or E. J. Min?,
Secretary, and they will tell you all
about it Money borrowed from the
Edgefield Building and Loan Associa
tion is the easiest of all borrowed
money to pay back. It will not cost
you a cent to get ali the information
you went about the Edgefield Building
and Loan Association hy calliog oo or
writing to tte Treasurer or Secretary.
We give candidates, especially can
didates for the legislature, fair notice
that they will be called upoo duriog
the campaign to state their position on
.the following question : "Whether
popular elections should be govereoed
by Bias of Jurisprudence, or Int er nal
Suggestions?" Oo this all most de
termine oo which side they will rtaod
o> fall. It is not a matter to be
monkeyed with-no splitting the mod
io the middle of the road about it.
You mast get oo coe side or the other
and be quick about it. Oar colamos are
opeo to a free, and foll discussion of
this subject. It was first brought be
fore the jubile by Judge A. B. Long
street nearly one hundred years ago,
but has never been finally settled.
On last Si inday oigbt at Macedonia
colored Baptist church, about 9 o'cu *?k,
- JtVft as the ??astor, Rev. Geo. Morgao,
had taken his text, a pistol shot "rang
out or. the still clear air" and .V acie
Brooks lay "weltering in her own
b'ood" at the feet of her husband, who
had done the deed, and almost at the
door of the church. Jealousy was the
cause or supposed cause of the act.
Macie was carrieo into the church
where s ne lived until 12 o'clock, but
never regained consciousness. The
husband, Ed Brooks, maintains, we
believe, that the shooting was acci
dental, and immediately after it mani
fested every Indication of sorrow and
regret by failing prostrate on the body
of bis . victim and bewailing, bis loss
and ber fate. The coroner's Jory found
a verdict in accordance with these
facts.tbe fact of the killing and who
did it, and Ed Brooke is now in jail.
He bas been wording for Mi. J.H. P.
Roper, who, we understand, gives bim
. a good panie.
It ls currently reported that Col
Jas. H. Tillman will enter the race for
Lieutenant Governor. Col. Tillman
was recently elected by the State Dem?
ocratic Convention a delegate to the
National Democratic Convention
which convenes at Kansas City on 4th
ot' July, Hele the youngest delegate
from this State and this isa compli
ment to his recognized ability. His
great popularity with both the First
South Carolina Regiment, of which be
was colonel, the youngest io the
army, and the Second Regiment, is
well known. When be ordered his
men to refuse io salute negro officers at
Chicamauga he was courtmariialed,
hut-earned and deserved the plaudits
pf the whole South. He is oneof the
- CELERY C
The human s
must have a larg
energy and rich,
Paine's Celery C<
liver and kidney
strong and sustaii
' FOR S
. W. ^ ]
ablest lawyers of h is age in South Caro
lina, as bis recoid in the Supreme
Caur.t will show. He is aa eloquent
and rapid debater, and the candidato
who surpasset) him on the stump has
not yet announced himself for the
office cf Lieutenant Governor, nor do
we think be can be found.
Checks for Edgefield pensioners are
due but we don't suppose they Have
arrived yet or Clerk Hill would bave
Winthrop College Scholars Ii ip
and Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new stu
dents will be held at the county court
bous* oo Friday, July 20th, at 9 a m.
Applicants must not be less than 15
years of age.
From Mr. E. S. Addison.
Ninety Six, S.O, May 15,1900.
E. J. Norris. Edge?eid, S. C. :
I have used a McCormick Harvester
and Binder for the past Ave years. It
bas more than doubly paid for itself in
that time, and will last several seasons
yet. I would not be without one for
any reasonable consideration. Where
a man sows forty acres in grain it will
pay for itself in two years.
E. S. ADDISON.
On Two. Three and Five years time,
8 per cent, interest, with privilvge to |
pay any time. Agents wanted.
J AM KS FRANK & SON,
B. 6. TABVER, Manager.
These are real bargains, t
= least, the $7.50 Hats are worth
= Will send sample lots to ai
E freight both ways if goods doi
I The Great Eas
O 0 7 BROAD STRE]
Commencement Exercises S. C.
C. In ?Jnne 3rd to otb.
SUNDAY, JUNE 3RD.
12 A. M. Baccalaureate Sermon,
by Rev C C Brown, D D., Sumter,
8.30 P. M., Sermon by Rev John
Owen, Johnston, S C.
MONDAY, JUNE 4TH.
10 A. M., Exercises by Fresh
11 A, M., Elocution Contest for
Gwaltney Medal, young ladies.
8.30 P. M., Joint Celebration of
Fidelian.K. E. Loe, Gwaltney, and
Pierian Literary Societies,
. TUESDAY, JUNE 5TH.
10 A. M., Declamation Contest
for J C Sheppard medal, Sopho
mo. e Class.
11 A. M., Address by Senator
Robert Aldiicb, Barnwell, S C.
6 P. M., Battalion Drill.
8.45 P. M., Annual concert.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5TH.
10 A. M., Oratorical .Coutost for
Bailey medal, Junior Class.
11 A. M., Anuual meeting of
5 P. M., Art Levee.
Address, Mr J E Harley, (Class
'98) Williston, S. C.
Essay, Miss Allie Toole, (Class
'96) Augusta, Ga.
Address, Rev H C ?uekheitz,
Chester, S. C.
Delivery of Diplomas bv Presi
dent F N K Bailey. ' .
IIUMVAMA CUBAN RELIEF eurea
r IflHICI S Neuralgi&and Tocihacho
? vin ATC minutes, gorjj?tcoacb
&od Sommer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.'
For sale by G. li. Penn & Son.
Yon to call and inspect our larg
Hats and Men's Furnishings.
We are exclusive dealers in t
tities froni the manufacturers, co
give you tt?e best values for your i
Our styles, (Juality and prices
We bought early before the h
We guarantee satisfaction.
ystem in old age'
e store of nervous
impound keeps the
fs active, the body
ns vitality. - :
To the Voters of Edgefield-: ;
You will see by my announce
ment that I am a candidate for
re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives. My record is before
you, of which I am not ashamed.
I tried io serve you faithfully, ad
vocating and voting for all meas
ures in my opinion beneficial, de
nouncing and voting against all
iu my judgment detrimental. No
doubt I made miotakes. W?s all
do. We are humau, but God knows
if mistakes they be, they weie con
scientious ones. If you think
there is merit in me I will cer
tainly appreciate your votes.
I make tbis announcement
through the papers because my
business is such at home that it
will be impossibla for me to meet
you all in your homes, however
much I would like to do so, for il
would be one of the greatest pleas
ures of my life to meet each of you
in your homes. You all know me
and if you see fit to elect me my
gratitude will be inexpressible, and
I will serve you as I have done to
tho best of my ability.
Respectfully submitted, *
W. A. STROM.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiif iiiiiiiiiitiituiifiiiiiii muli
Merchants Only. |
Red Hot Bargains |
In Sample Hats. . 1
j Fell, Alie, Pliers, f
I? AEMI SHAPES, j
$6 afifl$?5fl?i Dozen J
be $6.00 Hat n> worth $9.00 at
from $12.00 to $15.00. E
iy reliable merchant and pay =
tern Shoe Co., 1
ET, AUGUSTA, G-A.
Senator Tillman is Still the Idol
of the People as Shown by
Columbia, S. C., May 16-The
following ia the list of delegates to
the national convention selected
to-day by the congressional dis
trict delegation and confirmed by
the convention :
First District-W B Wilson, of
Charleston; Thoa Toi bird, of
Beaufort. Alternates-L Arthur
Neil, of Charleston; W H Ken
nedv, of Williamsburg.
Secoud District-Jas H Tillman,
of Edgefield ; C W Garrie, of Bam
berg. Delegates to select alter
Third Distict-I H McCalla,of
Abbeville; WJ Stribling, of Oco
nee. Alternates-S H McGee, of
Greenwood; Geo E Prince, of An
Fourth District-J A Mooney, of
Greenville; John Gary Evans, of
Spartanbnrg. Alternates-F H
Weston,- of Columbia. . ?r .
Fifth District-E Y , Williams,
of Lancaster; J C Wilborn, of
Rock Hill. Alternates-J H
Marion, of Chester ; T B Butler, of
Sixth District-D H Traxler, of
Timraon8vi!le j T W Bouchier, of
Bennettsville. Alternates-R H
Timnierman and Louis Appelt.
Seventh District-J Wm Stokes,
of Orangeourg; W B Grubor, of
Copeton. Alternates-W B Scar
borough, of Sumter ; J M Heirs, of
Senator Tillman was re-elected
national committeeman. *
There wat? no other nomination.
Ex-Senator McCalia, of Abbe
1 ville, offered a resolution that the
e stock of Spring Clothing, Shoes
beae lines. We buy in large quan
n&equently we are in a position to
eavy advance. You get the benefit
S? MIMS .
And I have a
-which are i
Also a Fres*
delegates to Kansas City .*ote as a
unit and that how they should
[vote to bea majority; the vote to
be cast by the chairman. The
resolution included the one which
pledged the delegation to W J
Mr Thomas, of Richland, pre
sented a resolutioa allowing dem
cratic clubs to meet other than
Saturday nights. Mr Bredeen, of
Richland, began to- discuss the
question, but he was called to or
der and had to sit down.
Col James A Hoyt had a loug
list of resolutions which hw said
he was instructed to submit by the
Greenville democracy. These reso
lutions included one that demo
crats should be sworn to vote for
every candidate of the democracy,
from president to coroner ; another
that the candidates for auy office
snouid be allowed to pledge them
selves by th? result of the primary
even if they filed their pledgee
only ten days in advance. An
other denounced the firiaucial
policy of the administration and
Ij-eceived with alarm the operations
j of the trusts and called upon the
State and national government to
pass sa eh stringent laws as will
curtail their operations in the fu
ture. His resolution also de
nounced the imperalistic policy vi
the present government as con
trary to the spirit of our institu
tions; ho also included a resolu
tion that the present war iii the
Philippines is unjust, and that
these people should be given free
government under a United States
protectorate, if necessary. Reso
lutions denounced Poi to Rican
polity of tue republican party;
endorsed W J Bryan as a candi
date for president, and expressed
sympathy for the Boers. One in
dividual clapped his hands when
this resolution was read. The rent
of the convention was silent.
Mr Purdy, of Sumter, intro
duced resolutions against the
Mr Wells, of Edgefield, intro
duced resolutions against the dis
pensasy and is advocating a losal
The report of the committee on
platform was presented. The fight
was precipitated on the delegation
voting a unit on all questions in
the national convention.
John Gary Evans championed
the position. G E Prince, of Ander
son, favored instructing the
delegates only on the issues on
which the people of the State are
The unit rule as to all questions
was adopted, the majority of the
delegation deciding the vote, and
the chairman casting the vote of
The convention adopted the re?
solution roasting the jute trust,
inasmuch as the Farmers' Alliance
seems to be disorganized. An
unfavorable report was presented
on the WeLY resolution condemn
ing the dispensary, and was adopt
J J Gentry, of Spartanbnrg, in
troduced resolutions eudorsing
Tillman's policy in fighting the
imperialistic government and the
general scope of the resolutiou waa
opposed by W Youmans. You
maus was called to order when
he jumped on Tillman's dispensary
on the ground that the resolution
referred only to his senate record.
Tillman asked to let him go ahead.
, The convention adopted fhe re
solution endorsing 'Ullman's
course by a rising vot*>. Youmans
was the only one voting in the
minocrity. Charleston voted to
endorse Tillman's record, Richland
Suffering from female troubles should1
try Hie "Old Time" ltemedy,
It has no equal, lt strengthens the
delicate female organs and bulldsawom
an Mp. All suffering and Irregularities at
"n.onthly" j>erlods can be avoided by Its
oso. It ls for young girls maturing, for
mothers, and for women at Change of Lifo.
Should be used before child-birth.
Sold by all druggists, or sent post-paid
on recolpt of price $1.00.
> Lidies Dluo Book sent FREE to any one
) on application. Address. "WOMAN S DE
> PARTMtNT". New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat
Men!xn dit paper.
For sale by G-. L. Penu & Son.
' rad / lu..i r rrlrhrt. Lu li KIM A (1IITAI1 lijr
.-..irv.,, C. d. U., itiliJi'rltnriaralDalluD. lt 1M a
UtMbic (.a ll.rta Ainrrkan nutdu Instrument of
un-.i beaUtTa'perfect raywood tinfoil, very
lilji.ily pollracd. Handsomely Inlaid Around
minn! tmlr nnd Inlaid ..tripp In back, erllnlolil
l.u'iu"! (np e'iti-, 1 inferixiarducrurntfly fret
tO'J ? HM misti l?etH, Inlaid p.?ri poilllnn find,
twi rl' nu mail.-pull ni lirail, and fln.itnlrkrl plaint
.tal'itm?. A il KM Mil fx. nu Mil All. powerful
.ami i-MC't toned, furnished completo with
ia ?lira, art nf hrt| quallt/ aUrl atrina-, and a
IBIBMM* luatrarllnn Imok which teaches any
om how to piny.
KXA.MINK Till; (if ITA ll Kl Tour tipreii
nfiw nnd If f.nitia exuetly n? icpres.nttd
nod the ?-rrntr.i banrala jou .tor aair or
limn'mf jiay.thc exvror* a.'rent S3.?3
ir ? Mr., or it. Il rt. J .ipr*., chnrrr? and
the complete outilt id yours. Batlafac
uou Ku.i.ameed or in?uey refunded tn full.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. Wlth ?Try orin
? accompanied by
IX (ia ca.sll In full wt) will give a Laitrrrd Fliurrruoard
.'bart, it IH un nmirate guide, having all noten, with
?hurps and I'.uts In full view, and can bo eatilly ad
justed to uuy guitar without changing tho indtru
m?Qt. '-With tho uno of.thelettered fingerboard nnv.
ono ran learn to play without the aid of a" teacher.
Write for freo musical Instrument nn<; pinna and onran
catalogue. Eirrjlblnp ?t lowaat ?bolraale prim. Address,
8EARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO
sBIUll?, IIOKBWK * CU. arr (hornnrhty rallnhlr.--Mllor. )
I for acceptable Ideas.
State ll patented.
I THE PATENT RECORD,
J Baltimore, Md.
Subscription price of the PATHWT RBC0?O'$V0S
per annum. Samples free. ' y *?
.fresh variety ol'
;he BEST on the
! ^*.\ >,'..,.'. Iff-,-;.- ,.< ... ; .,,
i lot Eastern Seed
BXJID, S. C. .
Gary Monumental Fund.
Mr..Editor: lu additiou to the
subscriptions to the Gary Monu
mental Fund heretofore published,
we beg leave to acknowledge the
following, viz :
From Capt JR Blocker-J B
Hill, 25c; J W Thurmond, 50c; C
HB Williams, 25c; C A Wells,
25c ; J C Hammond, 25c ; SB
Ryan, 25c; J C Lanier, 25c; W B
Lohrey, 25c ; R B Hughes. 25c ; A
R Nicholson, $1 ; S E Morgan, 25c ;
ZL Boone, 5c; TC Morgan, $1;
R E Morgan, 25c; W M Glenn,
25c; E. H Reynolds. 25c; W B
Cogburn, 50c ; St J Strother, 10c ;
Stanford Bland, 25c; BJ Strother,
10c; J P Ouzts, 25c; J B Hnlti
wauger, 25c; JP Glenn, 25c. To
From.J A Mays-JJ Holland,
50c; SB -Mays, 50c; Mrs JA
Mays, 25c; Cash, 15c ; J L Miller,
25c ; W TXundy, 25c ; L Y Bryant,
25c ; J- P Wells, 50c ; E A Talbert,
50c; MrVM A Mays. 25c; VV E
Nicholson, 25c ; Dr J B Courtney,
25c; W PSeigler, 25c; LP Elana,
25c; B F Glanton, 25c; W A
Strom,-25c; SM Smitn, Sr., ?2qc;
S Cheatbam, 25c ; AA Wells, 25c ;
JA Maya,.25c; J W Hester, 25c;
Jil Haiti wanger, 25c; J H Tomp
kins, 25c ;, Dr Geo C ?}uguF, 25c;
M P Wells, 25c ; W F Roath, $1;
A E Padgett, 25c; R A Cochran,
25c. Total, $8 65.
Total amount heretofore re
ceived and published, $43.75
Rec'd from J R Blocker, 7.50
? I A Maye, 8.65
Cr. by'ain't paid
for printing, $3.00
ery, etc., 2.35 . $5.35
. Net balance, $54.55
Which amount we have this
day forwarded by check to Col.
Wilie?i Jones, Treas. Gary Mouu
menial Association, Columbia,
From numbers of the commit
teemen appointed, and to whom,
subscription lists were forwarded,
we ha^ve bad no response. Hope
they will do so yet,
S. B. MAYS, Chair.
D. R. DURISOE, Sec'ty.
E. J. Norris, Agent, has a good stock
of Acid and Kainit. Lowest casH
Bad Blood-Cure Free ?
Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Bbeumatism. Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. B^B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. lt has been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even (he most deep-seated, per
sistent oases, after doctors and patent
medicines bad all failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi
sons and humors which cause all
these troubles, and a cure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Etc.. cured by B. B B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is an honest remedy that, makes
real cures. To test B. B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. IT., lift?
R Jno Abney,
, Jame,- Jackson,
Abe Kale, Supt.
B M Minor,
Mi'BS AS Arnold,
Mrs Lular N Eals,
Miss Emmy Parks,
Mr and Mrs Banks,
Miss Minnie Reckeon,
Miss Any May Walters. r>
When asking for letters on this lis
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
. McCormick Harvesting Machinery,
Binders, Mowers, Rakes/Corn Shred
ers. E. J. Norris, Agent.
CUBAN OIL cuses
Cuts, Barna, Bruises, Rheu
matism, and Sores. Price, 25 cent?.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
For Renewal of Charter,
Notice is herewith given, that at
the next meeting; of the County
Board of Commissioners the un
dersigned will apply for a renewal
of charter of Coutt's Ferr>\ near
Clarks Hill, across Savannah
river,. ' Mrs. M.. J. TiVTIAN-.
Es tablished j SOG.
The Standard of Purity in
lt f?as the Subtle Charm in Flavor to
. Please Consumers.
QUARTS, PINTS MID HALF PINTS.
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolina.
FRANK 6. T?LLIDGE & CO., Cincinnat?.Oh?a.
. 100 acres of land, G5 acres open, bal
ance in original forest, two frame ten
ant houses, situate two miles east of
Meeting btreet. joining lands of Mrs.
Buzzard and .fas. Still. Price $600;
$100 cash, balance in Ave annual pay
ments. YT, X. Burnett, Beal Estate
800 acres of land situate three miles
south of Bellefield,' 7-room dwelling,
13 tenant Rouses, two good barns, gin
house and other outbuildings, ?00 acres
fenced, 500 acres in cul ivation. Price
$G;000. \V. N. Burnett, Beal Estate
? For sale in East Edgefield, on Co
lumbia street, a neat 4-room cottage,
painted and finished tip nicely, with
an acre lot, good garden, lot and out
buildings, an orchard of bearing fruit
trees, consisting of peaches, apples,
cherries, figs, grapes of several varie
ties, plumbs, and a large strawberry
bed. garden of growing vegetables ot
neiriy every kind. If can be sold in
thirty days will sell for $875. W. N
Buruett, Re,al Estate Agent.
11?^ acres of land in town sf Edge
fi?ld, West End, on Joter Street. Price
$300. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in town of Edgetield, fou.
ac?t?s land with cwo-story 14-room
dwelling bouse thereon, centrally lo
cated.-Suitable for hotel or boarding
485 acres desirable farm lands with
six*good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all
fre&h cleared. Pnce $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. NT. Bui nett, Real
Es cate Agent.
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street!in the town*of Edgetield: good
servants and other outhouses; also
good well'Vlf water, with 40 acres of
land. Reasonable terms.
Afe? 180 acres of land, in town of
Edgetieid, with modern up-to-date
dwelling hons",a number of good out
hDu;es. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps. Mic most valui.
property m the town all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain.
Also the Gritlin Hill place, Addison
street, seven-room house, with 21J.<
acres of land, with necessary ent
inases ana good well of water. A
Also avery desirable nine-room. 2
story house m Western Edgetield with
seven acres of land attached, for sale
Apply in person or by letter to
W. I BURNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
THE QH?IH OF pDGEFIELD
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, \V. W.ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL.iR,
VV. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President. .
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interast on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi
your Qccouqt Soliciter].
. MASTER'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Greenwood-Court of
Charles A. Cobb, Plaintiff, against
Gertrude Cobb and'others,-Sale of
Land for Partition.
PURSUANT toa decree ol' his Honor
Judge O. W. Buchan ;u tendered in
the above stated case, and dated on the
17th day of April, A. D. 1900, I will
offer for sale before the Court House
door at Edgefield C. II., S. C., on Mon
day, the fourth day of .lune, 1!)00, the
frame being n legal sa.'csday, during
(beregal hours of sale, 'he following
described property, to wit :
All that lot or parcel of land, sit uate,
lyingand beingin the Town of Edge
field, County of Edgetield, State of
South Carolina, con?ai?i?ga front of
about thirty two feet and a depth ol'
about one hundred leel and bounded
on the north by lands noVcr formerly
belonging to D. K. Duriso?; ?n the
east by lands of John C. Sheppard; on
the south by the public, square, and on
the west by lands of AV. W. Adams
to be sold for the purpose of partition
among the parties to the above entitled
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, the
balance Sn a credit of twelvemonths,
with.iutercst from the day of sale, se
cured by bond of the purchaser and
a mortgage of the premises, wit h leave
to the purchaser to pay all cash if he
shall so elect, the purchaser to pay for
all papers and the necessary Revenue
W. J. MOORE,
Master for Greenwood County.
Edgetield, S, OL April IS, 1000,
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EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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