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Ed o efield Advert?s:
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Cotton is crawling ap again. '
her crawl !
The S. C. C. I. grows apace. T1^
are now 163 boarding students.
The County Supervisor will rrow
money for current expenses thyear* |
No preaching: in any of our ^rcbcs j
on last Sunday owing to the *ather?
The Hons P. ?. Mayson r1 W' A
Strom were at home on Mor*? of tD18
It will be many a lon/ear before I
Edgefleld will have arher "Uncle j
. Arthur S. Tompkin'^" ha8 re"
turned from a pleasa-vi8?t t0 Char
lotte, N. C.
Edgefleld is pla"0* or &e"inK|
ready to plant for a*elve million bale j
crop of cotton.
Cottnty Treasr3?" Morgan bas col
lected aboi?tthrrfourtb8 of the entii
tax, so he infor8 ns.
The Rev Jfln Mealing, an old
life-long friJd, officiated at the fu-1
neral of HorG. Tillman.
Mr Milte* Parker is building a neat j
and attn.rlvecottage in out northern
su burbs rar bis father's residence.
~we hartbat Mrs Geo. r. Tillman
since te death of ber husband, con
temples coming to Edgefleld to live.
Am last Sunday was the most dis
agreeable day of the year. It rained
witton t ceasing from daylight to dark.
Ii addition to the delegation from
Coombia, a large number weet from
Augusta to the funeral of Mr Tillman.
The Augusta Merry Makers are get
ting ready to make another pull cu
their country cousins for the spring of j
Mrs Merryman and Mrs tttembridge,
of Johnston, were on a visit to their
sister, Mrs C, J. Ashley, one day last
Mayor W. W. Adams is getting ready
to build a large, handsome, and up-to
date mansion on bis property on Gary
Tesl A. Rosenthal's, 1011 Broad
street, Angosta. Ga., is the place to j
buy your Buggies, Harness, Saddles,)
etc. He'll treat'yon right. Give him
Miss Rosa Lake, the oharming
daughter of Capt Geo. B. Lake, of Lex
ington, 'fy., is visiting Mrs Charlotte
M.A. Taylor advertises fertili
rick, and lime for sale all at the
rn railway depot. Read Mr
.'s card in this issue.
'IrrHFtttseand family come ih to-day j
(Tuesday) and occupy the house ?*
Griffin hill belonging to -MJPrelis, !
Esq. Mr Futse is from Georgia.
Mrs Merryman, of Johnston, is to
move to Edgefleld and ?will- occupy a
house to be built for her on Addison
avenue near her sister, Mrs Ashley.
Geo. W. Vance, ot Chota, was in town
on Tuesday. George is desirous of se
curing the position of light house
keeper for tb? government off the coast
After the 19th inst. Conductor Rice
will live at the J. J. Bell bouse on Co
lumbia screec. which be has bought.I
His own place in Buncombe, we hear, |
will be oecupied by Mrs Morral!.
Scout Gray's thoroughbred stallion, j
Redmond, is' for sale. The old soldier j
ts sick and cannot attend to the ani
mal, therefore he desires to sell. See
advertisement in another ;olumn. j
Neither oats or wheat were hurt by 1
the recent cold ; io fact the old folks 1
say that these cereals are never killed
when wet or in wet weather. This was
old Capt Jas. Dom's experience, who 1
lived tobe 93 years ot age.
Edgefleld real estate is looking up.
In a few abort years present prices
will be considered ridiculously low,
^jjnd why not? We are in tbe Piedmont
escarpment, which section is develop
ing above and beyond all other por
tions of the country north or south.
A petition bas been forwarded to the
proper office of the Southern railway
praying: for a new passenger depot in
our town, one to be nearer the business
portion of the town, and the sugges
tion is made that it be located at the
intersection of the twe streets at the
I sell, for cash, the old reliable Pa
tapsco brand of Fertilizers. Ammonia
largely derived from blood and tank
age. E. J. NORRIS, Cash Guano Agent
for Edgefleld county.
Some miscreant, not having the fear
of God before bis eyes, last week in
Columbia entered the room of the
Hons P. B. Mayson and W. A. Strom
and feloniously took and can ied away
the law-makers clothes, breeches and
all. They were op until 2 o'clock at
night looking for their things, but at
Jast found them and safely incarcer
ated tbe culprit in jail. . '
On last Saturday night the ther
mometer fell to 28, the coldest weather
of the season. The conditions, how
ever, do not indicate a continuance of
this severe weather. The recoids of
tbe weather bureau for the past
twenty-two-years show that February
bas bad lower temperature and more
snowfall than any month of the year.
It is therefore agreeable with prece
dent that tbe month ushered in on last
Friday should have some low tempera
tares-as low aa zero or below.
A SPECIAL INVITATION is ex
tended'you by A. F. Giovanni to cali
and see bim at 1010 Broad street, Ac
gusta, G a., where be bas opetei a New
Saloon. He is carrying a foil and
complete stock of Fine. Liquors and
Smoker's Sundries. Special attention
to the jug trade.
,C. F. Kohl ru s, the weil known
"ie roan, bas at bis yard, corner of
jt and Washington streets, a fine
jimen of art, a life size starve of
n Clinton Ward, of Wards, S. C
- ie statue shows Co' Ward in a st?nd
ig pose and is a perfect reproduction
ai the fine figure and commanding
presence of the original. The statue
will be shipped to Wards, 8. C., where
it will be placed in the family section
in the cemetery there.-Augusta Her
ald. (This monument bas been placed
in position at Wards and is certainly
a beautiful piece of work. It stands
fourteen feet high from base to sum
mit and shows the handiwork of an
Fertilizer, Brick, and Lime.
I am handling the Armour Ouano
and Acids and will be glad to sell same
to every farmer io tbe county, if only
a few sacks to each. The base of these
fertilizers is the Dried Blood Bones
and Tankage accumulated by Armour
& Co. in their heavy killing of live
stobk and the . addition of Potash
Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate of Amonia
etc., as tbe various soils, climates, and
crops require. Armour's animal fer
tilizersare soil improvers; the plant
food in them does not wash out if not
ali needed by the first crop, but re
mains in the soil until called for by
succeeding crops, making an addi
tiona] profit to the planter. These are
high priced fertilizers, but I am au
thorized to sell this season at same
price as other fertilizers in the market
here in order to introduce them to the
planters of Edgefield county.
I will also keep Brick and Lime reg
ularly on band now for sale at Edge
field Warehouse. My motto will be
small profite and fair dealing.
* M. A. TATLOR,
Man's Best Friend
Tbe horse, the most useful and
highly prised of all our domestic
animals, deserves oar best care
and consideration. Tbat in vaina
ble boon of suffering mankind, tbe
H. H. H. Medicine was first pre
pared for use on the horse by its
iuventor, D. Dodge Tomlinson, 400
North Third Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. He was soon convinced tbat
be had discovered the best remedy
known for the external treatment
of Sprains, Swellings, Sore Joints,
Thrush, Swollen Tendons, Lumps,
and Enlargements of any kind in
the horse. He then experimented
apon himself and his own family
with the same brilliant success.
He found that Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Sprains, and
other mysterious aches and pains
vanish as if by magic after a few
vigorous rubbings, and massage
with the celebrated H. H. H. Med
icine. As inferior preparations
afford a better profit to the dealer,
worthless substitutes are some
times sold. Look for signature and
portrait of the inventor on the
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold*
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
& cold in one day. No oure, No pay
Sidewalk Wanted Near Depot.
Dear Mr. Editor: We on this
?ide of the town appreciate very
much the spirit and interest our
honored town council are taking
in the sidewalks of the several and
diff?rent streets of our town and
hope very early to see this spirit
and interest manifested over here
about the dopot. It is quite amus
ing and yet distressing to see pas
sengers and the public generally
trying to make their way to and
from the station through the mud.
We have no sidewalk at all lead
ing from th? depot to the big road,
and tho town council can very
readily understand why it is amus
ing and distressing for the public
to paddle through this mud. A
?d9walk could be very quickly
thrown up and there are car loads
>f cinders on the track of the rail
road at the depot which could be
thrown on this mdewalk and a lit
tle sand on that will mike a very
comfortable walking sidewalk. I
often hear passengers exclaim,
"Oh, my, what a muddy place."
We are willing to pay a special
tax to get this sidewalk rather
than not get it. Wa hope the town
council will spend one day over on
this sidewalk with their entire
force if no longer time can be
spared from other urgent duties.
We who have occasion to go to
and from the depot are sadly in
need of a sidewalk as we cannot
The Girl to Have.
Once I was ^oung. but now I am
old, and I have never seen girl that
was unfaithful to her mother that
ever came to be worth a one-eyed
button to her husband. It is the
law of God. It isn't exactly in the
Bible, but it is written large and
awful in the miserable lives of
many misfit homes. I'm speaking
for the boys this time. If one of
von chaps ever oome across a girl
ihat with a face full of roses, says
to you as she comes to the door, "I
can't go for thirty minutes yet, for
the dishes are not washed," you
wait for that girl. You sit right
down on the door steps and wait
for her, because some other fellow
may come along and carry her off,
and right there you lost au angel.
V/nit for that girl and stick to her
like a burr to a mole's tail.- -Ex.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
Wben you take Glove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because tbe formula is plainly
printed OD eyer v bottle, showing that
it is simply'iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 60c
? WHAT GRIP IS, HOW
I HOW TO CURE n
I DB, CYRUS EDSON IN Tl
I GRIP SYMPTOMS
? Slight chilla, accompanie
I of the eyes and headaches ; th
I ing; heat and soreness at the
5 course of the windpipe, with h
S ing pains in the back, knees a
= weight and auxiet/ in the regi
? spirits, together with sudden
= of strength.
j HOW TO AVOID THE C
I Keep dry, warm, and wei
I Don't be afraid to wear r
= to keep the feet dry and war
I Get a full eight hours' s
I arising, if yon can stand it.
If yon can't stand the bat
I afford massage, hare the body
I Avoid excesses of all kit
I drinking, but don't go too 1OD?
I A CURE FOR THE CRI
I Phenacetine, two scruples
I ealicylate, one Bcruple. Mix
I pill every hour for four hours,
I for three or four doses.
LBMY BILL HAS
BECOME A LAW
Phe Government Has Secured
Site for the Naval Station at
Charleston-Army and Navy
Washington, Feb. 2.-The pr?s
dent signed the bill for the
eorganization of the army at
2:30 p.m. today. It is now a
The war department expects at
nee a general order to the army
eciting. th?? enactment of the army
anteen closing law and enjoining
poa all army officers and enlisted
aen obedience to its provisions.
The war departmant practically
ias completed its arrangement for
ecruiting the army under 'he
?rovision of the reorganization act.
'he enlistment for the month of
annary amounted to 2,732, an to
rease of over 800 recruits secured
luring the previous month of
)ecember. The officials are very
ouch encouraged at this result,
,nd have no doubt of their ability
o secure all the men they need,
tl any new recruiting stations have
teen established in various parts
>f the country.
_NO IMMEDIATE ACTION.
It is stated at the war depart
uent that no immediate action
rill be taken on the provisions of
he army reorganization bili, which
>ermita the appointment of Brig,
?en. William R. Shafter as major
;eneral of Gens. John M. Wilson
md Fitzhngh Lee as brigadier
;enerals in the regular army and
heir retirements in the grade
tamed. Gen. Shafter holds the
rank of major general of volunteers
ind Gens. Wilson and Lee the
grade of brigadier geral of volun
teers and the present purpose is to
?How them to continue to serve
until their present commissions
9xpire by limitation. Gen. Shaf
ter now commands the depart
ments of California and of the
Columbia and Gen. Lee the depart
ment of the Missouri, under their
volunteer commissions. They will
retain such commands until the
and of June when the provisions
of the new law will be put into
THE NAVAL STATION.
Admiral Eudicott, chief of the
bureau of yards and docks, is com
pleting arrangements for the
acquisition of the land designated
as the site for the new naval
station at Charleston, S. C. The
deal with the city authorities for
the portion of Chicora park, a little
over 174 acres, has been con
summated and this part of the
lite formally made over to the
United States government. The
bill for the cession of the land be
onging to the state han passed the
ISouth Carolina housH of re
presentatives, and is now before
the state senate. The negotiations
for what is known as ''Lawton's
Land," comprisins some 170 acres,
are stated to be in a satisfactory
state, and the acquirement of all
land desired for the naval station,
it is stated, will be accomplished
before a week or two.
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GBOTB'S
TASTELKSS CHILL TONIC lt is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No oure-no pay. Price 50c
The store room reoently occupied by
Bell ? Davis for rent. H. Parker.
TO AVOID IT, AMD I
! WHEN YOU HAVE IT. ?
3B NEW YORK JOURNAL. |
d by shivering; then soreness
ese followed by frequent sneez
i top of the larynx, along the
oarseneHS and diy cough; fly
ind various parts of the body ;
?on of the heart; depression of
and extraordinary prostration
1 fed ; wear warm undercloth- =
ubbers. It is more important g
m than any other part of the ?
leep and take a cold bath on |
h, hire a masseur. If you can't |
rubbed down. S
ids, especially ?D eating and ?
j without food. =
; salol, two scruples ; quinine ?
into twenty pills. Take one ?
and then one every two hours j|
MERRY MAKERS ARE NOW
GOING RIGHT ON. I
Their Plans Are Well Devoloped
and Are Excellent.
The board of directors of the
Merry Makers have now every rea>
sou to be proud of the support
given them by the public in their
undertaking this year. It is also
encouraging to note the full at
tendance at the weekly meetings
of the'directors, which goes to prove
that they are to have a show that
will surpass anythin g <>f its kind
?v?r held in the southern states.
The Merry Makers of Augusta are
the pioneers in this line of attrac
tions, and experience of five years j
bas been a wonderful teacher.
This year's festival ia in the hands
of men whose minds are ever alert
for the best interests of our city,
and its visitors. Their efforts will
prove to every ouewhatiB possible
to be done in the way of free
street attractions for the benefit of I
The merchants of Augusta, in
fact every citizen, should feel and
take a dep interest in the annual
If no more goods are' sold, than
would be without them, it would
pay the city to have them, for the-),
reason that it keeps the channeU
of trade in this direction. Other
cities see good derived from them,
and a having something of the
kind annually-and in many cases
several times during the year
which means low railroad rates I
and large crowds.
The trading public love to know
the people whom they patronize.
The merchants become acquainted
with the buyers, and the buyers
with the merchants. And every
endeavor must be used to hold
them-not let them drift away by
attractions in other cities that j
So lat everybody hold up the
hands of the Merry Makers, for
they advertise your city and your
Thia Signatare is on every 'box of the genuino
Laxative Bromo-i^inine T?wets
the remedy that cares a sold fa ono doy
Weather for January.
Weather Observer C. A. Long, of
Trenton, sends us the following
data of the weather for the month
Latitude 33.45 ; Longitude 81.45
608 Ieet above mean sea-level.
Max. Temp. 71 ; date 11th.
Min. Temp. 28; date 26th.
Mean Temp. 48.0.
3.86 incher, which is .06 inches
less than tho eight year average for
the mouth of ?Linuarv.
They were looking through the!
library, "If you bad the divine
gift what would j ou rather write?"
asked the romantic woman.
"Checks," replied the 3ordid young
The position of Resident Manager of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Edgefleld and vicinity is open to a
man of character and 'tbdity. - A val
uable contract, carrying renewals will
be given to the fight roan. W. J
RODD KY. Manager, Ruck Kill. S. C.
1,340 acres of iand of the Picken ?
estate for sale. Apply to John B. Hill, I
Adm'r. 3t I
What a Paper Said of Ulm in
Approproe of the birthday of
Robert E. Lee, the following
dipping will be of universal in
"The example of the late Gen
eral Lee, in refusing all gifts and
declining to receive compensation
for services not rendered, is worth
more to his country and to all who
follow it, than millions in gold.
The facts here stated will not be
"In the winter of 1864 the
the city council of Richmond
tendered Gen. Lee an elegant
mansion as some small token of
the high estimate in which he was
held by the city which he had so
long defended. But the grand
old man replied: 'I do not expect |
to be in Richmond during the
continuance of the war, and my
family are as comfortable as they
have a right to expect to be in
these cimee. I must therefore,
with my thanks for your considera
tion most respectfully decline
your ofter. If you have money to
give, I hope you will bestow it upon
my private soldiers, who are more
needy and more deserving than
At the close of the war, offers of
pecuniary assistance poured . in
upon him from all sides, but he
steadfastly refused 5 to receive
An English nobleman thinking
he would rejoice in some place of
retreat from his a fflictions, wrote
to offer him a splendid country
seat and a handsome annuity. He
nobly replied :
"I am deeply grateful, but I can
not desert my native state in the
hour of her deep adversity. I
must abide her fortune and share
Soon after he took eharge of t
Washington College he was visited P
by the agent Of an insurance com- .
pany, who offered him the pre- j
Bideu?y at a salary of ten thousand s
dollars. He told the age ut that
be could not properly attend to r
both. "But, General" said the j
agent, "we do not want you to dis
charge any duties. We simply
want thc use of your name. That *
will abuudactly compensate us."
"Excuse me, sir," was the prompt
and decided rejoinder, "I can
not consent to receive pay for c
services I do not render."
He received many offers of this -
??ort, and Just a short time before
his death a large manufacturing
T*rtit>j?a*y4n New York offered bim
a salary of fifteen thousand dollars
a year if he would become their
president. But to all such offers
he bad the same reply-his duty
in the college fully occupied his
rime, and he would not receive
pay where he did not render
He refused to receive from the
college anything like so large a
salary as they desired
lo pay him, and, when, last year,
the trustees deeded to Mrs. Lee a
house and annuity ol three thous
and dallare, the General respect
fully declined on Mrs. Lee's be
half to accept it.
He declined all gratuities, and
though a loving people, for whom
he had toiled so heroically, would
most joyously have settled on him
a handsome property, he preferred
lo earn his daily bread by personal
exertion, aud to set to bis people .
an example of honest industry.
Christian Observer, Sept. 1,1871.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative .'?romo Quinine Tablets.
AU druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 36c ^
THE NEW YORK WORLD 1
Almost a Dally at the Price of?
The presidential campaign HOIIT,
bot the world got-s oh just tba eave,
and it is full of news. To le ?rn this -
news, just as it is-promptly and im
partially-all thr.t you hare to do ia to
look in the columos of The Thrice-a
Weck Edition of The New York World
which comes to the subscriber 156 times
The Thrlce-a-Week World's dili
gence as a publisher of first news bas
given it circulation wherever the Eng
lish language is spoken-and you
The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1.00 per
year. We offer this unequaled news
paper and the Edger?eld Advertiser
together one year for $2.00.
The regular subscription price of
the two papers is $2.50.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefleld C. H., Feb.
Mr Joseph Butler,
Mr Thomas Brighthoff,
J M Christia.
When asking for letters on this list
.W. H. BRUNSON. P. M.
The Advertiser and the Commoner
W. J. Bryan's great weekly, will be
sont one year for$2.25, cash in advance
for new and old subscribers. Send
along the wherewithal and keep up
Buger i es, Buggies, Buggies-A
large stock this saason. The strongest
and cheapest can be had oniy at A
Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga.
By buying your Buggies, Surrie
and Wagons from A. Rosenthal you*
never regret it. We will save yo
.noney in every respect. A. Rosenthal
- is hard enough as 7y
it is. It is to her that / *
we owe our wo; ld, / W
and everything ^gfflB^W
should be made, as gW$*?i\
easy as possible, for
her at the tir/ie of o' ?\ \
childbirth. This, Jb^TjC \ \
is just what Z3*^**^**^
?OTHEB'S W. <?
will do. It will make \%J
baby's coining easy
and painless, and that without tak
ing dangerous drugs into the sys
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
penetrates through the skin carry
ing strength and elasticity with it.
It strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
The mother of a plumb babe in
Panama, Mo., says: "I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
Get Mother's Friend at the
Drug Store, $1 per bottle.
The Bradfield Regulator Ce.,
"Write for our free illustrated book,
" Before B:-by is Born."
rhorou?hbred Stallion for
A S my health is bad, I desire to sell
ri my thoroughbred Stallion, Red
bond, the finest stock horse in this sec
ion. Fedigre? complete. 1 am an old
eteran of Co. H. S. C. V" and in need.
If I shall fail to make the sale,
They'll march me to Edgefield jail.
The horse is 8 years old, 15 bands
lieh, and weighs 1160 pounds. Apply
o C. M. GRAY, Edgefield,S. C.
offer the Atlanta^eekly Consti
utiou and either of the following
lapers-T-both. one year for one dol
ar i Sunny South, Southern Cul
ivator, American Agriculturist,
lome and Farm, Farm and Fire
ide, Conkey's Home Journal.
i have a number of other club
fifers. If interested write for list.
Popular Magazines, Books and
'apprs in stock.
.. Visiting Cardsana Fine StrGonery.
VALENTINES-New Designs in
Lace, Novtiitieb and Comics.
S. rt. MANGET,
TRENTON, S. ')..
Jubscrsbe for tba Ladies Home
Journal-$1 per year.
H > < ? the name of D. D. Tomlinson, ?
fi Q P2?la.,(mtbclebeloftUb?(4e. r* &
Bast Esternal Re-aody ia th? World for
SPRAINS, BACKACHE, Ac,
Depot: No. 400 North Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA. .
Ve offer, an immense stock of
rrees and Plants adapted to the
Jon th. First class stock at rea?
Illustrated Catalogue free.
Anyone -ending a sketch rad description may
nulckly oscortain our opinion free Wbethe- ra
?nvm.t.lon ls prohrtblr P?tentrtlo. Commnnicv
tions strictly conllrtontial. Handbook on Patent?
scut free. Oldest apoucy for seourin^ Mtonti,
Tutents taken thronch Munn ft Co. recerre
ntcial nodes, without cbnnro. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly,. J***** ?ft
MUNN & C?.36,Bfoa*"> New York
Branch Office. 636 F BU Washington. T>. C
Have you a good Photograph of eac
member of your family? If not, wh;
not? B. H. MIMA.
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C. Atlanta, Ga
of FERTILIZERS in
Importers of- KAINIT, SULPHATE OP POTASH
MURIATE OF POTASH, . NITRATE OP SODA."]8
Writs ns for pricss-it will pay yon.
Gai) Vou ?otil to Do Ulltljout It?
BURNETT ck GRIFFIN
Will place you in some of tho LARGEST and BEST
companies ou earth.
COUNTRY BUSINESS A SPECIALTY.
SEE OUR LIFE INSURANCE CONTRACT.
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLrfR
W. E. PRESCOTT.
I J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. M nae, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier
Pays internst on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.]
Prompt and polite attention to busi
Hoon account Solideo.
FOB SALE-One traot of land con
taining 140 acres w i th seven-room cot
tage and two tenant houses, situate ,
one and a half miles north of Trenton. ,
Price $15 per acre. 30jan26Jan
FOB SALK-One of the most desirable
building lots in the town, situate on
South side of Main street, about two
hundred yards from publio square,
containing one and one-half aores,
more or less, good two-room dwelling,
good spring of water on lot. Price (
$1,000. . 24jan24oct
. ForSal?r^Wi^res, two tenant houses,
three miles ??st of Woolawa, good
cotton and corn fan., lands. Price
$S per acre. 2jaul2m
For dale-66 acres, one tenant house, ?
three milea east of Woodlawn, good '
farming lands. 2janl2m
For Sale-In town of Edgefield, six .
room dwelling on north side of Main .
street, in heart of town, barn and ?ta- .
bles, servant's house, good well of wa- .
ter. Everything c. aparatively new .
Prioe 12600. 2jan Gm
For Sale-136 acres, two tenant
houses, 90 acres in cultivation, three .
miles east of Woodlawn, good stock
farm, also good land for cotton and
corn. Price $5 per acre. 2janl2m
1,000 acres land, 8 miles north of
Edgefield, (the old Dr Clint Tompkins
place), good dwelling, out buildings,
well watered, good stand for store;
also mill site on land, fine stock range.
Price $6600 as a whole, or will cut up
land in small tracts. Apply to W. N.
Lot in town of Modoc, 33x106 feet.
Price $50. Apply to W. N. Burnett,
Real Estate gent. 6 m
FOR SALE-117.^ acres land % mile
from Trenton; good barn and stables.
2 wells good water, two good tenant
houses ; 100 ayres in cultivation : price
$2,000. -W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
Agent. .12m-dec 12-1900
House and lot on Geter street, at
present occupied byT.C. Strom. Price
$1600, one-third cash. Term? to suit
purchaser. W. N. Burnett, Real Es
For saleljin the town of Edgefield,
one bouse and iot on south sr'de of Ge
ter street. House contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms' $250 cash, or $300 on time.
] 1% acre? of land in town of Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
A seven-room, 2-ttory house on Gray
street, in the town of Edgefield; good
servants and other outhouses; also
good well of water, with 40 acres of
Und. Reasonable terms.
Apply in person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
EDGEFIBT .T), S. O
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
[ respectfully solicit th* patronage of
A fine lot of WA
llt TER GROUND Meal
:u half bushel, bush
el, and two bushel
Backs. Also a carload of YELLOW
CORN iu excellent condition,
Bound as a silver dollar.
Glos aQfl Piesses.
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Lv Augusta. 9 40am 140pm
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Ar Greenville.. 2 55 p m 't 45 a m
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Ar Nor! .Ik.... 7 30am
Ar Pete, sburg... .6 00 a m
Ar Rich nond- 8 15 a m
-if A u gu s ta. 3 55 p m
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- Fairfax. 6 12 p m
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.* Port Royal. 8 25pm
Charleston. 515 a m
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" Beaufort. 745am
u Yemassee. .... 8 40am
a Fairfax.... .. 9 40 a m
M Allendale. 9 53am
Ar Augusta. .. ll ?55 a m
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