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WEDNESDAY, MAY 1.
f ? LOCAL AND P?RSONAL. ?
Dr. T. M. Bailey visited the Insti
tute a few days last week.
Frost on Sunday and Monday morn
ings of this week.
And Hillery Durn is about to start j
out with his i ci', cream tor the summer.
John Gary Evans is building a house
in Spartanbarg that will cost $12,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Bragg Jones spent
Mrs Carrie Miller is visiting her]
mother Mrs Ida Sheppard.
Little Miss Florence lush spent a
few days in Johnston last week.
Campbell & Strom ar# to open up j
their soda fount in a few ?ays.
Our S. C. C. 1. boys wW the game J
against the Columbia boys? last week.
Mrs Helen Sheppard had returned
from a visit to her brother ia Union.
George F Mime has changed his
place of business to one of the offices
of the bank building.
Mrs. Mary Evans is at horne again
after an extended stay from Edge
Miss Hortensia Hay ns wort! J of Sum
ter is visiting her niece Mrs. Thos. J. |
Col. Bailey will add 20 mo re rooms j
to the dormitory annex of the S. C. C. 1.1
Maj. B. B. Evans ia at tl "ie home
of his mother, Mrs Gen. E vans, in
. onr town.
Fruit is now considered ? afe, but
will probably be faulty and < lefective
and there are not many peach* ;s.
Mr R T Scurry will in a f ew days
open a beer dispensary in on e of Mr
Bennett's stores on the publi c square.
Oats is heading so early tha t a great
deal of it will have to be CB t in the
month of May.
. The Columbia re-union be; yins May
9tb. Persons going from ? Edgefield
will have to take the 1:10 p. : m., train
reaching Columbia about 6 p. m.
Wanted : A good job ai id news
?p?per printer, sober and reli?le,
Apply in person or by let^r,
to the Advertise- office.
Miss Amelia Crawford who has been
confined to the house for sou: letime on
account of ill health, is agai n able to
he out and among her friends .
Mrs Marsh has decided to make
Bdgefleld her home for th? ! present,
aiid has rented part of the h< >use occu
pied by Mrs Head on Main ff, treet.
preached in our Presbyterian church
last Sunday morning. This gentle
mar will preach for our Edgefield
church during this sprin,g and sum
Col Jim Tillman's white Plymouth
rocks won the first prize al ; the Poul
ie . try Association show in Augusta last
. week, over Vanderbilt's fin e chickeni
from Biltmore and Col R3?. Watson's
fi om Ridge Spring.
Maj. Barnard Evans was bailed yes
terday by the Supreme court in the
sum of $3,000. Maj. Evans has retain
--Bet for his defence Geo. Johnstone of
Newberry, Cols. Crawford and P. H.
Nelson of Columbia, and Maj W T
Gary of Augusta.
O. Sheppard Esq., has Seen appoint
ed by the Executive Eoard of the
Edgefield Association an alternate of
Rey. G. H. Burton, as delegate to the
Southern Baptist convention which
meets in New Orleans na May.
Greenwood Index: *Rev. J. S. Jor
dan, of Phoenix, left Usst Friday for
Baltimore where he *ill supply the
Laurel Hill Baptist church of ihat
city for a month. Aiier the expira
tion of that time be will go on a visit
to his aged mother in Froxcroft Maine.
We hear of great destruction of the
V" cotton in the lower piirt of Edgefield
county, around Trenton and Johnston
for instance. Mr Joe Bouknight we
are informed will have to plant his
Lwhole crop over again, ann in the
meantime cotti h seed, are held at $1.00
; per bushel.
Among those who attended the Mcr
- ry-maker's Feetivities in Augusta last
weekareMiss Eliza Mims. O. Shep
pard Esq., Mrs O Sheppard, Miss Effie
?j _S4*?Rpard> Miss Linie Mims, Mr and
Mrs Bragg Jones, M ra Agnes Caldwell,
Mr Peak and his two little girls Hor
tense and Sallie, and*Dr. J. W Hill.
Thc; commencement exercises ot the
South Carolina Co-Educational Insti
tute at Edgefield will begin Sunday,
?June 2d, and continue throagh several
.days following. Dr. T. M. Baiiey, of
'Greenville, will prr.-ach the commence
ment sermon at 11.30 a. m.. and Rev.
'T. C. O'Dell, of Columbia, will preach
..at 9 p. m. President H. S. Hartzog, of
*Cietnson college, will deliver tho an
nual address before the graduating
?class on Wednesday evening June
5th. Th3 facilities of the Institute will
be enlarged for the next year by add?
ing room for twenty more boarders,
-^-and the carrcaluin will be raised and
broadened and three more teachers
added to the faculty.
I would like to say lo my friends
that I am specially prepared to test
the eyes and fit glasses according
to the latest scientific methods.
Each eye tested and fitted separ
ately. If the glasses you are now
using do not suit you, or give you
a headache, or if you feel a dizzi
ness after using them I can change
the glasses to suit your eye per
fectly. Satisfaction in .all work
guaranteed. Jewelry and watch
ropairing done as before.
*~ GEO. F. MIMS.
My 12-room lwo-story dv.eliing is
for rent, situated near the cotton mill.
The building is suitable for a hotel or
boarding house. HENRY GRIM,' Edge
field, S. C.
Next Sundr.y morning the Wo
man's Mission Society of the Method
ist church will observe their annual
services. Rev. Mr. Davis will preach
in the morning and in the afternoon
Mrs. Wightman will deli ver an addr ess
before the Woman's Mission Society.
The pnblic is invited to be present at
both these services.
Prof Clarence J Owens publishes the
following card in the Orangeburg
I Times and Democrat : "I wiab to in
form mv friends, that after swing
[ the Orangeburg College for six years
I have tendered my resignation as
president to the honorable board of
trustees, to take effect the sixth of
Edgefield has quite a number of good
beef markets, but none excels that of
Mr Sill, who bas made a reputation in
Edgefield for having delightful steak.
It is well selected, and dressed and
cut with an experienced band. Mr.
Sill deserves the patronage of the peo
ple of Edgefield. He has won it by
his just weights, and the excel entj
quality of everything he sells to th^
Messrs. Burnett & Griffin represent
a fire insurance company-"The South
ern Stock Mutual"-that pays to par
ties insuring a net annual dividend of
not less than fifteen per cent, and they
haie numerous testimonials to the
facts of prompt payment of fire losses
and the return of dividends to insur
ed. The rates for insurance are no
larger than those which obtain in
other first-class companies.
A prize of fifty soda water tick
? ets was offered to the one who t ent
in the most appropriate name for
' the Boda fountain at the store of
0. Sheppard Jr. The judges were
Misses Linie Mims, Lucy Dugas,
Curran Hartley. The successful
competitor was Mr. Morgan Smith
whooe suggestion was Azimuth,
which he says is the name of the
The following is the program for
the next meeting of the Auf Wieder
sehen Club, which will be held at t'\e
borne of Mrs Helen Sheppard, on the
8th of May. Sketch of German Histo
ry from 1600-1750 Life of Lesing, Mrs
Butler. Selection of music from Ger
man composer, Mrs Tillman. Discus
sion of Mima Von Barnhelm. Notes
on the meeting of the Federation in
Greenville, Mrs Haltiwanger. Cur
rent Events, Mrs Leila Griffin.
The baseball team of the South Car
olina Co-Educational Institute is still
on the tour of the state, "conquering
and to conquer." The game in Char
leston last Saturday was a victory to
the S.C. C. L boys. They were in
Greenville yesterday to meet the Fur
man University team. Thursday af
ternoon will find them in Newberry at
the Lutheran college and Saturday at
Erskine college. Then they will re
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, No pay
Price 25 cents.
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROTB'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is simply i
iron and quinine in a tasteless [form.
No cure-no ray. Price 50c
A WOMBY SUCCESSOR.
'Something New, Under Tne
All Doctors have tried to cure
CATARRH by the use of powders, acid
?rases, inhalers and drugs in paste
form. Their piwders dry up the mu
sti?os membranes causing them to
srack open and bleed. The powerful
icidsiised in the inhalers have entire
ly eaten away the same r-eiribranes
that their makers have aimed to cure,
while pastes and ointments cannot
reach the disease. An old and expe
rienced practit ioner who has for many
years made a close study and special
ty of the treatment of CATARRH, has at
last perfected a Treatment which
when faithfully used, not only relieves
at once, but permanently cures CA
TARRH, by removing the cause, stop
ping the discharges, and curing all in
flammation. It is the only remedy
known to science thatactnally reaches
the atllicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known as "fNUKFLES the
GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE' and is
sold at the extremely low price of One
Dollar, each package containing in
ternal and external medicine sufficient
for a full month's treatment and every
thing necessary to its perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect CA
TARRH ever made and is now recogniz
ed as the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disgusting dis
ease. It cures all inflammation quick
ly and permanently and is also won
derfully quick to relieve AAY FEVER
or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often leads
to CONSUMPTION-"SXUFFLES" will
save you if you use it at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, buta complete treat
ment which is positively guaranteed
to cure CATARRH in any form or stage
if used according to the directions
which accompany each package. Don't
delay but send for it at once, and write
full particulars as'to your conditiou,
and you will receive special advice
from thediscoverer of '.his wonderful
remedy regarding your case without
co3t to you beyond the regular price of
"SNUFFLES" the "GUARANTEED CA
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States or Canada or. receipt of
One Dollar. Address Dept. O 441, ED
WIN B. GILES & COMPANY, 2380 and
2332 Market Street, Philadelphia.
A Superb Grip Cure.
Johnson's Tonic is a superb Grip
ci re. Drives out every trace of Grip
Poison from the system. Does it quick.
Within an hour it enters the bloc ?land
begins tl.e neutralize the effects tif the
poison. Within a day it placi.s the
Grip victim beyond the point of dan
ger. Within a week ruddy cheeks at
test the return of perfect health. Price
50??, if it cures. Ask for Johnson's
Chill and Fever Tonic. Tak,\ nothing
else. If not for sale by your druggist,
send 50c to A. B. Girardeau, Shannah,
Thia ?igaatare is on evorybox of tho gonninc
tbo_rro8dy that cores a cold In one day
List of letters remaining in tho Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., April 27,
M'ss Sarah Euly,
Mrs Luura A Farmer,
Miss Dora Kenner,
Miss Katie Loortt,
Mrs Malitta Mahan,
Mr Brence Lewis,
Mr Johu Rutland.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
A Notion Worth Attention.
Prevention of oat smut by hot
I air treatment of the seed is a new
idea advanced by the Oregon
station Seed was heated in a
laboratory hot air sterilizer. It
was found that exposure to heat
in a wide range (from 130 degrees
to 200 degrees F.) for ten minutes
did not affect germination. It is
suggested that hop and fruit driers
could be used for this purpose. It
does away with all the apparatus
needed in the Lot water and
chemical solution treatment and
obviates trouble of drying the seed
and the danger of injury to the
seed through germination, mold
or decay, which may occur with
the wet method. In one instance
seed so treated produced but a
single head affected with Bmut,
aud this might have come from
one kernel of accidentally untreat
Making a Virtue of Necessity.
Whether we will or not, we all
! have to take our proportion of the
? "Bitters" of life. We may make a
'wry face, but swallow them we
must, in order to regain health and
vigor. Mishler's Herb Bitters im
prove tho appetite, strengthen the
digestion, regulate the liver and
act beneficially on the kidneys.
They have been in constant and
successful use for half a century.
They are sold by the druggists in
large bottles for $1.00. Made by
the Mishler Co., 400 N. 3rd St.,
Of Spring Goods is Cc
our Stylish Suits in
OUR SHOES are just
FACTORY. Large a?
HATS in all Styles of STRAW and
Our Furnishings Dept
wear, Shirts, Hosiery,
??r* Como, let us sho
All Goods marked in plain figu
"WHAT HAS BEEN MAY BE."
"Keep Your Eyes Skinned,
Demcrats," Says Col
There are twelve million votes
in the United States, split pretty
close to even between the two
parties. There are two million
more that do not care a continent- '
al for either. The party that gets
the heft of these two million votes
carries the country.
Of course we mean the independ
ent vote. Mr Tilden got it in 1876
and swept the platter. Mr Cleve
land got it in 1884, and at least
pulled through. He got it again
in 1892. In Mr Cleveland's case
there was a missing ingredient to
start with. In 1884 Mr Blaine's
character supplied this. lu 1892
the Homestead riots. What of
It must be some new man come
to the front iu sonne one of the
four great determinate States of
New York, Ohio, Indiana or
Illinois. None of the old aspirants
will serve the purpose. None of
them can make any serious incision
upon the independent vote. They
are too shopworn. They seem to
have been marked down upon the
bargain counter. Each of them
will get the strict party vote, no
more and no less. There must be
new blood. There must be a fresh
menu. There must be a campaign
fund. There must be alliances
that will at least spilt the capi
talism of the great moneyed cen
tres. As well try to run a hotel
oo bread and cheese asa national
compalgn on wind and noise. As
well a mill without water, or steam,
or sails; and he who says this,
why, he has been in the milling
business himself. Where is the
man? Who is he? Let us hope
that ho is hid out somewhere in
the bushes and will put in an
apperrance when he is needfld.
In that connection be it not for
gotten thatjin American politicsh
three years is a generation, nay,
two years. Two years before
Lincoln, ho had not had his
great debate with Douglas and was
unknown outside the State of
Illinois. Two years before Tilden,
he had not been elected Grover
uor of the Fvjpire State and was
merely a delightful old gentleman
in Gramercy Park. Two years
before Cleveland, he was mayor of
Buffalo and unheard of beyond
the confines of Erie County. What
has been may be. Keep your
eyes skinned, Democrats, andyour
No Fear When Death Draws
,lI have seen thouRands.of per
sons die under all sorts of circum
stances, and ne ver yet have I seen,
one display the slightest fear of
death." This remarkable state
ment was made the other day by
a physician who has practiced
J many years in Philadelphia and j
who has seen a great deal of hos
*It is a popular fallacy," he j
went on, uto imagine that a death
bed Bcene is ever terrible other
than as a parting between loved
[ones. The fear of the unknown is
I uever present at the last. Even
amid iguorance and vice I have
never experienced such scenes as
j a novelist who strives after real
ism will sometimes picture.
When a patient is told that he
cannot recover and the end is near,
he invariably seems resigned to
his fate, and his only thought j
seemed tobe of. those who are to
be left behind. This is true alike
of men and women.
"These who become hysterical
and declare they are not fit to die
are the ones who are not as ill as
they think they are. They always
"A psychological reason? Oh,
I don't know that there is any.
It's just a human trait."-Phila
Corn Planting and Cultivation.
First.-Shallow is better than
Second.-Flat planting is better
Third.-Planting in water
furrow is best for dry years.
Fourth.-Bedding land and
listing back in water furrow,
opening and planting, cultivating
shallow will come nearer meeting
all the conditions of all seasons
possibly than any other.
These are Louisiana station
conclusions drawn from ex
perments with corn.
implete in all Departments. See
FL'ANELS, SERGES^ WORSTEDS ANDI
from the Celebrated BAY STATE
isortment with prices right.
irtment is full of Stylish Neck-j
Coll are," Cuffs, etc.
ires, No DECEPTION PRACTICED.
'X?ung Man Gone Wrong.
Greenville, April 23.-Frank N.
Jordan, assistant postmaster of the
local office, was arrested yesterday \
on the charge of embezzlement.
The warrant was Bwom out by j
Postoffice Inspector H. T. B. Moye \
as a result of an inspection of the
post office made by himself and
Inspector A. J. Moora. Jordan's
total shortage was found lo be
$1, 178.34. He was arraigned be
fore the United States commission
er and pleaded guilty. He was
put under a boDd of $1,500,
siguodby his uncle, Postmaster
Nichols, to appear at the next
term of federal court to be held in
October. The arrest of Mr. Jordan
was a great surprise and shock to |
to the entire population of Green
ville He was recognized as a?
sturdy, upright, straighforward
young map, holding the respect j
and high esteem of all who knew
FLOHENCE, S. C., Nov. 25,1900.
I was first advidod by our
family physician in Charleston to j
j use TEETLINA with our baby when
she was but a very youug infant,
asa preventive of colic and to!
i warm anl to sweeten the stomach.!
Later it was useful' iu teething]
troubles, and its effect has been
fouud to be so very beneficial and
so free from tb.9 dangers that are?
consequent upon the use of drugs
and soothiug syrups that we have
come to regard it, afteruse with j
three children, as one of the ne
cessities when there is a new baby
iu the house and until the teething |
troubles are, and we take pleasure
iii recommending it to our friends
instead of tho horrid stuff that BO
many people use to keep their |
HARTWELL M. AYER,
(Mgr. Daily . Times and Weekly j
(S. C. C. I.)
* * * Edgefield, S. C, * * *
Oldest and Largest Co-Etatioial Collie iii tte Stale.
Over 300 students enrolled this session, representing 10 States.
Young men under strict military discipline.
Faculty composed of lb College ?nd University graduates-8 men.
Thorough Literary Course leading to the degrees of B. E., B. S.
and A. B.
' Superior advantages offared in the Departments of Music, Art and
Four magnificent, well equipped buildings.
Thousands of dollars recently spent in improvements.
From $100 to $140 covers expenses in Literary Department for the
eniire school year.
167 Boarders. No others can be accommodated this session,
applications have been rejected since Jan. 3rd.
If you contemplate attending our College next session, write for
catalogue and application blank to
F. N. K. BAILEY, PRESIDENT.
EDGEFIEI2D, S. C.
Next session begins Thursday, Sept. 27, 1901.
Visit the Augusta Merry Makers,
^ ' ?* i
You will want Clothing for yourself and boys,
You will want good serviceable suits at the very lowest'price.
We have them and know they will please .you.
Men's Suits from $3.85 to $20, and Children's from $1.
Our assortment of Furnishings and Hats is up-to-date.
/. C. LEVY'S
G83-S Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA
In pure Linseed goods that you may desire is at your call here. No
matter whether the quantity you need is large or small. Of guaran
goods do not fade easily, do not]
peal off, and when applied, to in
terior woodwork stand washing
and cleansing without losing pol
ish. Our sample book of colors is
always at your service. We also
carry a full line of Oils, Putty.
White Lead, Window Glass and
Brushes and are the Southern rep
resentatives of the Cleveland Var
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.'
CB ARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.j
Schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1900.
1 40 p m
V 00 a in
.j 46 a m
8 00 a m
4 10 p m
4 00 p m
7 00p m
6 35 a m
5 10 p m
104S a m
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am
Ar Green-wood.. 1217p m
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 p m
Ar Lauron??.... 115 p m
Ar Greenville.. 2 55 p ni
Ar Glenn Sp'g3 -4 05 p m
Ar Sparlanbui g.. 3 00 p m
Ar.Saluda.... 5 23 pm
Ar Eendersonville 5 51 p in
ArAsnvlle..,. ^..700 pm
Ly Ashv lia.... 820 am
JJV Sparl \nhurg ll 45 a m
Lv Greenville.... ll 55a m
ArLaure os.... 1 30 p m
LY Andi 'BOO.
Ar Greenwood.. 2 2S p m
Ar Augusta- 5 05 p m
Ai Savannah.... 5 55 am ...
Lv Ctlb oun Falls 444 p mj
ArBaeigh.... 2 1(3 a m
Ar Nor! ilk.... 7 30 am
kr Pete? sburg.... 6 00 a mj
Ai? Bick nond.... 8 15 a m
.^Augusta. 3 55 pm
kt Allendale. 5 5S p m
Fairfax. G 12 p m
" Yemassee. 7 25 p in
Headfort. S 15 p ni
u Tort Royal. 8 20pm
'Charleston. 6 If? a na
w Port Royal. 7 3') a ni
? Beaufort. 7 45 a rn
" Yema8see. ,. 8 40 a m
41 "Fairfax.?9 40 a ni
" Allendale. 9 rs ana
Ar Augusta.ll 55 a in
Clo3e connections at Greenwood for
all points on 8. A. L., and C. and G.
Railvray, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMEKSON,
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga.,
eiVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defects rf
sight, grinds the proper glasses and WAK
" Lenses cut into your frame while you wait.
FREE ?IF r"* '.??fiF ,eC?if youneed
; REMEMBER that weare pre
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The Standard of Purity in
// Has the Sub tie Charm in Flavor to
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QUARTS. PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by- all Dispensaries in South Carolina.
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I fl rhila.,00 the label of tho bottle, f & )
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1 Qt OLD CROW WHISKEY, the old Reliable Favorite.
?Pfif We ship this assortment, or assorted anyjway you like them,
in a plain package for $2.65, express prepaid. Send in your order.
Reference : Third National Bank.
\ Give us a trial on our PureMouutaiu Coru at $1.50 and $2.00 a
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MANUFACTURERS OF -_
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Corner Reyuolds and Washington Streets,?_
' Sf AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
IP ?YOU ^WJ^ISTT
A'good Buggy-the easiest ruuuiDg, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see my line of Open aud Ter? Buckies, Carriages,
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.'
Anything iu the Harness line, Buggy Robes, "Whips, Saddlery, etc.,
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toned aud best made Piano ou the market we eau Bhow
il to you, or the best Organ by the least mouey. Call aud letjis show
them to you?
The finest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this sectiou, come
aud look through our line of classical aud operatic vocal and instru
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you shall need anything iu the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and en
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at jour services.
You are cordially invited to visit my store aud let us show you
anything you wish to see or hear.
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Augusta Marble and Stone Works
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