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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22.
J LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
In a few days, the Advertiser Job
Office will be in charge of a competent
reliable and first-class job printer
and we ask our patrons in need of
work of this kind to hold their orders
a few days longer, say a week or ten
Mrs. Ras. Youngblood is visiting
Miss Hankinson has returned to her
borne in Augusta.
. O. Sheppard Esq., is in Greenville
this week, on Masonic business.
Mrs. Johr May has returned home,
from a vis.t to relatives in Georgia.
A new cotton mill is to be erected
at Newberry in the near future.
Little Boykin Pascal of Mt. Carmel
will spend the summer with his Aunt
Mrs. Gladys Calhoun.
The Edgefield County Teachffrs' As
sociation meets in Edgefield on Fri
day of this week.
Mrs. McKie expects her sister, Mrs.
Kingman, ci Aiken, to visit ber dur
ing Commencement week.
The Ball game at the Institute on
Friday afternoon was a victory for the
S. C. C. I. team.
The Juvenile Society of the colored
Baj tist church of Edgefield enjoyed a
picnic on Beaverdam last Saturday.
Prof. Warren Entzminger of Meet
ing Street attended the entertainment
for the band at the Institute, on Fri
Schools and colleges in need of gold
or silver badges, class pins &c, will do
well to correspond with Wm. Schwei
gert & Co., Augusta, Ga,
There were preaching services at
McKendree's on last Sunday morning,
aod a number of people from Edge
field attended the church tiiere.
The Twentieth Century Education
al fund contributed by the Methodists
of the United States is eaid to be the
largest Thank Offi ring ever given.
Lieut-Gov. Jas. H. Tillman has
been inv'ted to deliver the ad
dress on the occasion of the 2Stb
Aniversary of the University of
Kentucky, on June 4th.
Tte rain on Sund.iy afternoon and
night, was ablessing to all.the farm
ers and gardners of Edgefield. The
cool and damp mornings however are
not very favorable to the chicken crop.
Mr. Henry Arthur, formerly of
Edgefield, now a resident of Green
ville is, visiting relatives here. One
of the special objects of his visit is to
see kis aj?le Mr. He?ry Gallman, who '?
is in failing health, j ?
" S-ireTrirostTCffica bas been establish
ed at J. P. Sullivan's between Long
mire's and Selfs, to be called Pleona.
The Postmaster is J. P. Sullivan, as
sistant Mrs. Pleona Sullivan. At this
office stamps of all denominations can
. Measeis is visiting our town. Buo
combe introduced the malady, but is
net at all a JXI'OUS to monopolize.
There is no doub? but there will be
plrnty and to spare. However this
visitor will be more welcome after
W.N. Burnett who has been failing
in health for some time past, has gone
to Johns Hop A ins Hospital in Balti
more fer treatment. It is hoped that
Mr. Burnett will be restored to his ac
customed vigor. This Institution has
been a benediction to quite a number
of Edgefield's suffering citizens.
.The entertainment on Friday ?.fter
raoou and evenimg at the Y.
M. C. A. hall, was the initial step to
wards the establishnent of a public li
brary in EJgefield. This was a success
ful effort, and raised for this worthy
cause about thirty-five dollars.
The Dime Reading and the supper
given at the Institute last Friday for
the benefit of the band was a great
success. Our people have derived so
much pleasure from the sweet strains
of the band that they are alwavs will
ing to help it along. About forty dol
lars was the financial result of the ef
fort, wbich was about the amount need
Nine graduates will become aluir ni
and alumnae respectively of the South
Corolina Co-Educational Institute at
this Commencement, viz: W. D.Moor
er of George's, George Scott, Arthur
Mays, and Willie Byrd of Edgefield
county Robert Black of Bamberg,
Alumni Misses Julia Tompkins, Stella
Atkinson, Minnie Rambo and Mary
Ann Fuller Alumnae all of Edgefieid
Captain D. S. DuBota offors for
rent a very desirable five room
cottage in t?e suburbs of our town,
with all necessay out-buildings;
the one recently vacated by Mr.
Milton Parker. Parties desiri ug
to move to town to educate their
children will fiud this a most con
venient place of residence. For
full description seo advertisement
in another column.
The position of Resident Manager of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Edgefield and vicinity is open to a
man of character and ability. A val
uable contract carrying renewals will
be given to the right man. W. J.
BODDTT, Manager, Rock Hill, S. C.
A Superb Grip Cure.
Johnson's Tonic is a superb Grip
eire. Drives oat every trace of. Grip
Poison from the system. D003 it quick.
Within an hour itentcrs the blood and
begins the neutralize the effects of the
poison. Within a day it places the
Grip victim beyond the point of dan
ger. Within a week ruddy cheeks at
test the return of perfect heult h. Price
60c, if it cures. Ask for Johnson's
Chill and Fever Tonic. Take nothing
else. If not for sale by your druggist,
fiend 60c to A. B. Girardeau, Savanna li,
The Edgefield Educational As
sociation will hold its regular
meeting at Edgofiela House on
Friday evening and Saturday,
May 24th and 25th. Interesting
exercises will bo held on Friday
evening. The President of thc S.
C. C. L extends a cordial invita
tion to all teachers and school
trustees to come on Friday and
remain over to the Saturday ex
ercises, being guests of the Col
lege. As this will be the last meet
ing before all the schools close,
we trust it will be fully attended.
The following is the program for
Saturday: Teaching History
Miss Marie Rich, Miss Sudie Da
vis and Prof. Warren D. Entz
2. Do Teachers Givu Proper At
tention to Their Buckward Pupils?
Misses Annie Lee Timmermau and
Mattie Scott, _nd Capt. R. B.
3. How Can a Country School
Obtain a Library?-Prof. J H
Haynesvtortb, Miss Pauline Hart
and W. L?e Coleman.
4. The Best Methods of Arous
ing the Pupils' Interest-Miss Lu
la Hinnant, Prof. John M. Bussey
and Miss May Perryman.
F. E. HINNANT, Pr..s.
The class of 1876 of Wofford
College propose to have a re-uuion
this year to discuss their ups and
dowr.3 since tho commencement
of their life struggles twenty-five
years ago. In a sketch of that
class in last week's Christian Ad
vocate, "Alumnus'' has the foUow
ing to say of a man wei; known in
Edgefield who is also an alumnus
of the class of '76 :
"Addison W. Lynch-"Old
Sketch" was the laughter of the
class. Ho laughed when things
pleased him and laughed when
t hey didn't ; he laughed in season
and out of season-mostly out. i
wouldn't sive fifteen cents for a
mule that "Sketch" couldn't laugh
out of countenance in fifteeu sec
onds. But in spite of tha'; defect
which we could never cure. "Old
Sketch" was a man, every inch a
man. He laughed at difficulties,
ahd fought his way through col
lege, leaving behind a better re
cord than many another who had
more of this world's goods to help
him on to a diploma. During
"Sketch's" senior year he made
$25 per mouth teaching Latin and
Greek for Prof. Sams, who had
charge of the High School in the
city. While the rest of us was
eating dinner "Sketch" was faith
fully teaching Vie Snartanburg
boys how to dig up and chew up
Greek roots. The old boy is a
teacher by profession and is nov
af the head of a flourishing sciiool
in Georgia. Lynch will win ;
there is no discount on him. He
is a widower; but he will marry
FLOSENCE, S. C., Nov. 25,1900.
I was first advised by our
family physician in Charleston to
use TEETLINA'with our baby when
she was but a very younr; infant,
as a preventive of colic and to
warm an i to sweeten the stomach.
Later it was useful in teething
troubles, and its effect has been
found to be BO very beneficial and
so free from the dangers that are
consequent upon the use of drugs
and soothing syrups that we havo
come to regard it, afteruse with
three children, as one of the ne
cessities when there is a new baby
in the house and until the teething
troubles are, and we take pleasure
in recommending it to our friends
instead of the horrid stuff that so
many people use to keep their
HARTWELL M. AYER,"
(Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly
The press committee of the W< -
man's Department of the Suuth
Carolina Inter-State and West
Iud ian exposition, will publish
very shortly a mammoth special
edition of the Charleston News
The price of this paper will be
oniy 10 ceuts, puttiug it within
the reach of all. Any one desir
ing copies should commuuica*.e at
once with weither Miss Martha
Washington, Chairman, Prer.s
Committee, 38 Chalmers St..
Charleston, S. C., or Mrs. J M.
Visar ska, Business Manager, 2
Bull St., Charleston, S. C.
A GOOD EOADS
Gov. McSweeney is thinking of
calling a State good roads conven
tion to be held in Columbia some
time during the summer. If tho
call ie issued it will as1*: the coun
ty supervisor of each county to
come, appointing and bringing
with him three more delegates
from each counfy. Then <tlso the
mayor of each town will be asked
to attend. The object viii be to
discuss various methods of secur
ing good roads and endeavor to hit
upon some general plan looking to
the betterment of the public high
ways of the State.-State.
Constantinople, May 18.-The
customs authorities havo prohibit
ed the entry of typewriters iulo
Turkey and two hundred machines
are now in the custom house.
They have been ordered returned
to tho consigners. The authori
ties have tak*n the peculiarly
characteristic attitude that there
is no distinct feature about typn
writing by which authorship could
be lecoguized or the person using
thc machine be traced, and that
consequently anyone would be
able to put in type seditious wri
tings without fear of compromis
TROLLEY CAR BLOWN UP
In Atlanta Witb an Edgeffeld
Lady cn Board.
The Atlanta Journal had a
thrilling account in one of last,
week's issues of a dynamite explo
sion on Marietta street on the
track of one of the trolkys. I1
seems that Edg? field will stick her
nose into all sorts of places. On
this car was an Edgefield lady
whom everybody knows Miss So
phie Abney. She was not hurt
however, only stunned and deaf
ened temporarily hythe shock. In
the words of an old colored wo
man writing to a friend, "Ywr see
now what dem things does for
yer." If Miss Sophie will come
back to Edgefield, we will promise
her that no dynamite shall ever
explode under our trolleys.
The Church Was Struck as thc
People Were Leaving.
Ellenton, May 19.-This after
noon at 6 o'clock the tower of thc
Baptist church at this place was
struck by lightning as the congre
gation was leaving the church. A
great many people were under the
tower at the time.
The bolt ran down the door fac
ing, tearing oil planks and throb
ing them among tho p?ople, a
number of whom were shocked.
Conductor Bullock of the Char
leston and Western Carolina wa?
seriously shocked. Ashley Davis,
a negro who had come wilh um
brellas for the ladies was danger
ously hurt. Several people were
kuccked from their feet.-Colum
Hush for Quarters at Converse
The prospects are very encour
aging for the State summer school
for teachers at Converse. Appli
cations for courses of stud}' are
coming in to the State superin
tendent by every mail, and as for
the applications for rooms at Con
verse, there are already indica
tions of an alarming cverllow
Presidont Wilson writ-:s that he
has already received 290 applica
tions and they are still coming in
eight or ten every day.
OU ff STOCK
Of Spring doods is C<
our Stylish Suits in
OUR SHOES are just
FACTORY. Large af
HATS in all Styles of STRAW and
Our Furnishings Dep:
wear, Shirts, Hosiery,
$SfT~ Come, let us she
All Goods marked in plain figi
To thc Arcterans of thc Tenth
and Nineteenth South Car
CHATTANOOGA, May IS, 1901.
Thc State has civcted on the
battle field at Chickaniauga, a
splendid monument to her sons,
who on that field proved their de
votion to her. As participants in
that fight you are deeply interest
ed. An invitation has been ex
tended to all tho survivors to at
tend the ceremonies, which takes
placo at Chickamauga, May 27th.
I beg to extend this cordial in
vitation to my old comrades, and
urgo as many as possible to revis
it tin scenes where their command
won immortal renown. All Vete
rans attending from these Regi
ments aro requested to report lo
Captain Peterson, late of the 19lh
S. C., Regiment, who will form the
Veterans ot the two Regiments
whin they get oil' the train at the
battle field, and march them at
once to the position where we
fought. As the procession pt.sses,
the Veterans,will be saluted.
I am glad to say that there will
be on the field, the old scarred bat
tle flag of the 10th S. C. Regi
ment, around which my comrades
are requested to rally once more.
Your old Comrade and Comman
C. I. WALKER,
List of letters remaining in the Post
Oflice at Edgefield C. H., May 20,
Miss Lill io Ann Kemp,
Miss Ert/ia Rames,
Mrs ? ?Irs Hunton Moorhead,
Miss Savy Wells,
Mr John Kimble,
Mr Wood Latou,
Mr E R Philip,
Mr Hilliard Ramsey,
. Mr Perry Simkins,
. Carrieliner Adams,
M?68 Nancy Jones,
Mrs A M Seide,
Mrs Lydia Sampell,
Mr E E Andrews,
Mr Rill Walton,
Mr. James Warren.
When asking for letters on this Us
W. H. BBUNSOX, P. M.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKIN(
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chil
Tonic, because the formulais plain!;
printed on every bottle, showing tba
it is simply Iron und Quinine in
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50
A W?BTHY S?CCESSo?.
"Something New Under The
AU Doctors have tried to cure
CATARRH by the use of powders, acid
gases, inhalers and drugs in paste
form. Their powders dry upthemu
cuous meiiibranes causing them to
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have entire
ly cte i away the same membranes
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 clo"e study and specitl
ty of the treatment of CATARRH, has at
last perfected a Treatment which
when faithfully used, notonly relieves
at once, bi t permanently cures CA
TARuii, hy removing the cause, stop
ping the discharges, and curing all in
flammation. lt "is the only remedy
known to science that actually reaches
the alllicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known as "SNIFFLES the
GUARANTEED CATARRH Curs'.and is
?old 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.
"SNCKFI.ES" is the only perfe.it CA
TARRH ever made and is now recogniz
ed as the only safe and positive-care
for that annoying and disgusting dis
ease. It cures all i nil animation quick
ly and permanently and id also won
derfully quick to relieve AAY FEVER
or COLD in the Ii EAD.
-CATARRH when neglected often leads
to CONSUMPTION-"S x u F F LE S" will
save you if you use it at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, buta complete treat
ment which is positively guaranteed
co 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 a* to your conditiou,
and you will receive special advice
from the discoverer of this wonderful
remedy regarding your case without
cost to you beyond the regular price of
"SNUFFLKS" the "GUARANTEED CA
Sent pre >aid to auy address in the
United States or Canada on receipt of
Une Dollar. Address Dept.C 441, ED
WIN ll. GILES & COMPANY, 2330 and
2382 Market Street, Philadelphia.
SCE, UIV.E, AND BRICK
I am selling these articles very
low down. Come to see me when
in need of either^
M. A. TAILOR,
Edgefield Brick Ware-House.
May 7, 1901. '"Nw
REMEMBER that weare pre
pared to handle all kinds pf Job
>mplete in all Departments. See
FLANELS. SERGES. WORSTEDS AND
, from the Celebrated BAY STATE
?sortmeut with prices right. *
artment is full of Stylish Neck
Collars, Cuffs, etc.
ires; No DECEPTION PRACTICED.
Port Royal's Good Luck.
Washington, May lo.-Port Roy
al will probably be selected as one
of thc three torpedo stations to
be established along the Atlantic
Thc abandonment of the naval
station at Port Royal in favor of
J Charleston has not been lost sight
of by the naval authorities. It is
claimed that Port Royal offers ex
ceptionally desirable facilities ior
! a rendezvous for the torpedo toats,
and thc Government property
there, including a number of well
I constructed buildings, renders
that point additionally attractive
for thc purpose desired.
Sam Jones has stirred up Way
cross and he is LOW doing the
same thing for Savannah.
Why not Augusta next? It's
just ou Iiis way around. Mr. Jones
bas a peculiar regard for Augusta
Ho says that "if thcro was ever a
peoplo and city headed for hell,
it's Augusta." From a geological
standpoint he thinks the earth's
crust is thinner at Augusta than
most places and as a result we
have a pretty wann town.
While Mr. Jones has paid Au
gusta a couple of unprofitable vis
its from the standpoint of the
great success he has had in other
places, still wo hope he wont dis
pair. Whynot give Augusta and
the Devil hereabouts another
whirl? For despite tho hard things
Mr. Jones says and tho hard things
other people say of him, ho is un
doubtedly a man of force and of
power and of good intents and
There is no doubt but that he
reaches tho minds and hearts of
people no ono else can reach.
There is no doubt but that the
good ho does outweighs the harm
his critics allege to him.
And there is no doubt but that
as good as Augusta is, she is no
better and in fact not. so good as
sho ought to be.-Augusta Her
A PBOFIT SHAKING
Is what you become when you deposit your
savings with our Savings Department. Foul
per cent interest p:ii<l ?ni Savings. Interes!
compounded twice :i year. Now is thc tittc
to begin and the easiest way is to scud us Ji.oc
ur larder MUMS; you will receive a receipt
book liv return mail. (This is the true way tn
ios. R. CUMMING, President.
CII AS. C. GOODRICH, vice-President.
ALBERTS. BATCH, Sec'tj & Treas.
WM. II. HARRETT, Attorney.
JOHN W. DICKEY,
R. A. GRAVES,
ROBERT W. SIIAND,
A. F. PENDLETON,
(S. C. C. I.)
* **Edgefield, S. O, * * ?
Oldest aid Lamest Co-Etainal Collcp ii lie Slate.
Over 300 students enrolled this session, representing 10 States.
Young men under strict military discipline.
Faculty composed of lb College and University graduates-S mon.
Thorough Literary Course leading to thc degrees of B. E., B. S.
and A. B.
Superior advantages offired 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
entire school year.
167 Boarders. No others can bo accommodated this session. 27
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.
You will want Clothing for yourself and boys,
You will wart good serviceable suits at the very lowest'price.
Ws4jave them and know they will please .you.
Men's Suits from $3.85 to $20, and Children's from $1.
Our assortment cf ?Furnishings and Hats is up-to-date.
TAILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS. 1.838 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA
-;In pure Linseed goods that you may depire is at your call here. No
matter whther the quantity you need is large or small. Of guaran
teed'quality, with good body, cur
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 Load, Window Glass and
Brushes aud arc thc Southern rep
resentatives of tho Cleveland Var
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.
AUGUSTA GEORGI Ai_
CHARLESTON & WESTF
CAROLINA RAIL WA ?.
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line,
schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1900.
9 40 a :n
12 17p ni
7 30 p m
1 1") p m
2 55 p m
. .4 05 p ni
, 3 00 p m
5 23 p in
00 a in
J iii a ni
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4 '0 p ni
4 OU p m
7 OOp ni
<! 85 a m
5 lt) p ni
10 4s am
7 25 p a
S lf? p u;
s 2?i p ir
Lv August?. 9 40 a :n X 10 p m
Ar Green* ood.. 12 17p in 11 :w p m
Ar Lau rom....
Ar (J lcm Sp'gS.
Vr liendersonville 5 51 p iu
ish'vdl? .700 pm
Asliv II?.... 820 a m
.pari inhjrg ll J5 a m
"<j\ Greenville - ll 55a ni
ArLaurrus.... t 30 p in
ir Green wood.. - 2S p m
lr A ug isla.... B 05 p m
Ai Savannah.... ? 55 a m .
(A ^;il?i omi Falls 4-1J p ra.
At Haeijrli- 2 10 a m
.Yr Norl ilk.... 7 ?10 a m
V: ;.':tf. 3burg....G 00an?
A-IUoL nond....S 15a m
.,, A ugii?ta. 3 55 p m
L? Allendale. G 58 p m
? l'a ir fax. G 12 p n
.- I'.eal tort..
.l Pori I loyal
. Savanna. .
Charleston. 5IB an
:' Port Royal. 7 30 n II
lieaufort. '/-15 a II
" Yeroassee. >s 40 a u
" Fairfax....'J1 M a n
<! Allendale.B 13 Mi
Ar Augusta. .. ll i.5 a u
Close connections at Greenwood fo
all poi u ts on S.A. L., ani C. and G
Railway, and at Sparenburg wit!
For information relative to ticket
rates, soiled liles, etc.. address
VY. J. CKAIG, Gen. Pass. A gi
T. M. EMKRSON,
We are prepared to dc
any and ali kinds o
Direct from Distiller to Consumer
4 Full Quarts Pure "Rye Whiskey,
Our SampIelPackage :
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1 Qt Gibson XXXX RYE, Palatable in the Highest Degree. ' '
1 Qt GUCKENHEIMER, justly celebrated for its medicinal value. '
1 Qt OLD CROW WHISKEY, the old Reliable Favorite.
S'?.* We ship this assortment, or assorted any way you like them,
in a;ihu package for $2.65, express prepaid. Send in your order.
Reference: Third National Bank.
Give us a trial on our Pure Mountain Corn at $1.50 and $2.00 a
gallon and good Rye at toe same price. Write for our new illustrated
catalogue just out.
GLENDALE SPRINGS DISTIL'G CO.,
31 W Mitchell Street, ATLANTA, GA
Um M (ion to DO ?HtljO?t Itt?
BURNETT ? GRIFFIN
Will place you in some of the LARGEST and BEST
companies ou earth.g
COUNTRY BUSINESS A SPECIALTY.
_ SEE OUR LIFE INSURANCE CONTRACT.
Wail Paner - ?Wall Paper - Wall Paper.
3 CENTS PER"ROLL AND UPWARDS. Write for Samples.
MATTINGS, SHADES and AWNINGS.
T. Gr. B & CO.,
921 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
?Wr^JlLiTHERFORD. R. B. MORRIS.
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AND DEADERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
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Comer Reynolds and Washington Streets,'
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. _
XFT rSTOTJ "W"J?JNTT
A'good Buggy-tho easiest running, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see my line of Open and Ton Buggies, Carriages,
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.;'
Anything in the Harness line, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, etc.,
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toned and best made Piano on the market we can show
il to you, or the best Organdy the least money. Call and let?us_show
them to you.
The iinest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
and look through our line of classical and operatic vocal and instru
And last, if the sad necessity) ever comes?to you or yours when
you shall need anything in 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 and let us show^you
anything you wish to see or hear.
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JOHNSTON, S. O',
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