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Tl'OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29.
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Edgefield, S. C.
The State Pres3 Association
meets this year Gleim Springs, Ju
ly 24, inclusive. On the program,
is noticed the names of Col. Jas.
T. Bacon, of the Edgefield Chroni
cle who will discuss "The Twen
tieth Century Newspaper," and J.
T. Parks of the Orangeburg Pa
triot, "Rural Free Delivery and
its effoits oa the Country Week
ly." The Association will visit
Spartanburg on Friday, Glendale
and White Stons Springs. From
Spartanburg they will rneke atrip
to the Pan AmericaL Exposition
in Buffalo. It is hoped that eve
ry newspaper iu the State will be
represeuted at this meeting.
BOTH THE SENA-.
CALLED HOT BLUFFS.
STORY OF INCIDENT AS TOLD
BEN J. PATTING li 13ISELF.
Thinks Carolina Will Owe Him
Thanks. MeLaurin Wishes to
Contest With. Tillman.
Special the The State.
Gaffney, May 25.-Sena!or Till
man aud Senator MeLaurin were
seen after the day's incidents were
over and asked for their views on
the situation. Tillman said : "Me
Laurin made a Uuff at me""and
didn't think rdcall^rT?m. I felt
thatafterJ^jWoTmade au assault
..-oo^f?::T?onosty and integrity of
purpose be tried to narry that by
taunting me with the assertion that
n't leave my six years
. oof. I saw the opportuni
- ke a ton strike for Democ
as ready to take it regard
?e personal sacrifice. I
. : th Carolina to say wheth
f.nts two Democrats or two
ins in the State. If the
dont want to re-elect me, I
?> : to serve them. I shall
my candidacy to suc
3lf and will take such
otiior i as I find desirable. I
?"cguru-it fortunate th it this is an
off year, so that wo can discuss
these national issues without ar^
trading and combinations and vo
ters can vote upon tho issueb with
outoutside influence. If I relieve
the State of 18 months of McLau
riu I think I am entitled to some
credit and thanks. If a commer
cial democrat isn't a Republican I
don't know what he is. If MeLau
rin is a democrat I am not. I want
the people to decide between us."
In reply to a request for a state
ment from him as to the double
senatorial resignation, MeLaurin
"Tillman made a bluff today and
I called him. I put him in a po
sition where he either had to re
sign and go into a senatorial race
witi_ me or confess ho was bluffing
and was afraid to risk his politi
cal scalp, though willing to knife
me in a campaign in which ho
was not a candidate and had noth
ing at stake. All I desire is a
free and open fight with Tillman
on the issues upon which we dif
fer. I earnestly hope that all oth
ers will keep out of our race and
run for the other seuatorship, BO
that Tillman and I may meet as
man to man and fight it out. He
said he was unwilling to bulldoze
me into a joint debate Arith him
if I was afraid to meet bim. I
have shown him I was not afraid
to meet him, and i hope he will
not show himself afraid to meet
me in the senatorial rac?. I hope
he will not get any of his strik
ers into the race to dodge behind,
but will meet me in it alone."
As a result of today's sensation
al meeting between Tillman and
MeLaurin, both of South Caroli
na's United States seators have
sent in their resignations to Gov
eanor McSweeney, to take effect
September 15th. It was the most
sensational denouncement that
Jiasever crowned any of Carolina's
famous political controversies.
It came about this way: Till
man had rubbed it in MeLaurin
that he ought to resign and go be
fore the people and find out wheth
er they endorsed him as a Demo
crat, and his course as democrat
ic. Mr. MeLaurin had referred to
Tillman attacking him . and Till
man said :
"Let MeLaurin resign and go
before the democratic primary
thii? year, and I go home "nd keep
my'mouth shut, f.nd let the o'her
fellows who will want his job,
take care of him. One :>f them
are coming out now fiftoen months
ahead of next year's primary, bul
if MeLaurin will do the manly
and the decent thing and will re
sign now they will come out. If
you elect him I tako it as notice
that you don't want me. If Me
Laurin is a democrat I am not.
Everything that I have voted for
in'Coogress'ie has voted against,
and everything I have opposed ho
When McLaurin carno to reply
he said, Seuator Tillman suya:
"Why don't I resign, and that if I
am elected it will mean they don't
want hiix, but he stopped there.
He did not say if I am elected
and the people eudo.rse my democ
racy he will resign. You never
catch 'Benjamin the Tillmanite'
committing himself too far. Yon
notice he wants me to resign, but
he don't say if I'm endorsed he will
Tillman-"I will say it"
McLaurin-"See to it that he
stands by it."
Tillman-"I will resign now if
you will, and wo will go before the
people and let tn ein pass on our
Tillman-"Draw up the resig
nations then and we will Bigu
them and forward them at once tD
McLaurin Iben resumed the
thread of his argument as to the
democracy of his course and the
crowd regarded tho passage be
tween them on the subject of res
ignations as a little game of bluff,
which would never be referred to
seriouslyaguin, but in Tillman's
five minute rejoiner to McLaurin's
speech he ccucluded by saying:
"I will say no more at this time
as weare loc?me before you again
.o soon asking your suffrages when
we have laid down our commi.
8?0DS in accordance with our
agreement. After the meeting is
adjourned we will draw up our
resignations and forward them at
once to the governor."
Mclaurin-"All right. That
As the tweeting broke- up friends
of Tillman who were eager to force
thc re.", gu at ion issue upon Mc
Laurin crowded around ltira and
said write that resignation rigb
now and sign it and send it to
MoLaurin to sign. Repairing b
thc law office of J. C. Otts, Sena
tor Tillman wrote as follows:
"Gaffney; S. C., May 2 ith, His
Excellency. Governor M. 13. Mc
sweeney, Columbi;', S. G-Sir:
We hereby tender our resignations
from South Carolina in the Uni
ted Stales Beuate, and ask ns a
personal favor that you do not ap
point our successors unless there
be an extra scsi ion of the senate
until the democratic state com
mittee shall have ordered a prima
ry. to choose the meu to bo ap
pointed. If you will kindly ad
vise the stato chairman of the
^democratic party and ask prompt
'action in ordering such primary
and arranging for a canvass by
tho candidate we shall be under
obligations. Yours respectfully,
B E Tillman.
When this was sent for his sig
nature Senator McLaurin incor
porated the following.
"The campaign is lo be between
B R Till mau and John L McLau
rin for the loDg term office whi:h
the former resigns and to be held
during the months of October and
John L McLaurin.
To this Senator Tillman replied
sharply as follows :
Hon. John McLaurin-Dear Sir :
I have complied strictly with your
taunting proposition that "Benja
min, the Tillmanite," took good
caro uot to put himself in any
jeopardy and when I responded,
'I will resign if you will do so to
day, 3011 said, 'I will do that.' Af
terwards at the close you repeated
your willingness to carr}' out
your agreement. You seek to
dodge out of it by putting impos
sible conditions. We cannot dic
tate to the governor or the demo
cratic executive committee. Wo
can only do what we said we could
and leave the rest to the authori
ties. Will or will you not stand
by your pledge?
B R Tillman.
Hon BR Tillman, Dear Sir: I
am more than willing to carry out
the proposition which your letter
indicates you were "taunted inlo
accepting. Congress meets in De
cember, I invite you to join me in
a letter to Governor McSweeney,
tendering him our resignations,
to take effect in ample time for
our successor to ba appointed. I
prefer th-t canvass to take place
during October as on account of
my physical condition, I cannot
stand during the summer months.
If you are siucere in your propo
sition write me in a letter to Col.
Jones, requesting him to call the
executive committee and arrange
for tho primary or if you pre
fer, let us place our resignations
in the hands of the governor un
conditionally, to take ei?cct Sep
tember J 5th, 1901. I have the
honor to be.
John L McLaurin.
Li?t of letters remaining in the Post
Of?ce at Edgelield C. Ii., May 25,
Miss Mattie Blocker,
Miss Itter Lifer,
Mr. Davo Deuako,
When asking for letters on Chis list
W. H. B?UNSON, P. M.
?Stops the Cough
and works oi't* the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, Ao pay
Price 25 cents.
The posit 101: of Resident Manager of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Edgefieidand vicinity is*cpan toa
tuan of character and tbtl i ty. A val
fiable contract carrying renewals will
bo given to the right man. W. J.
RODD KV. Manager, Rock Hill, S. C.
Now is tho time to subscribo for]
the ADVERTISE!?. '
DRUNK WITH POWEER.
Mad, Destructive Ii ?ish of Tor
rents from Mountains.
SWEPT AWJ.Y A LARGE HOTEL.
ehester, May 23-News reached
hore to-day of the terrible de
struction hy wind aud water to
the Cliffs Co,"property just pix
miles above Hickory, on the Caro
lina aud North Western railway.
Tho authorities knew that g?-eat
damage had boen wrought, but no
definite information could be giv
en out until this morning on ac
count of the wires being blown
down in so many places.
. Three miles of the track along
the Catawba river just at the
Cliffs, the bridge, the depot, three
small housps, thc large tank and
the new Cliffs hotel wer? washed
down the river. The hotel was ft
beautiful summer house built on
the railroa? near the banks of Hie
river. It was most conveniently
and pleasantly arranged, and it
was the intention of i/ol. L. T.
Nichols, the owner of the proper
ty and genera' ma lager of the
road, to make this an ideal spot
for summer swallows. The hotel
has just boen completed- and the
keys wore to be handed over to
Col.Nichols this week. A regular
ealing house schedule was to lie
put on Juno 1, so as io shorten
the timi between Chester and
Blowing Rock. It is a valuable
pece of propeity and fully $6,000
had ben expended in improve
ments on the hotel, all t>i bi? wash-j
ed away in a 21-hour storm, lt is
ahardblow to ?ol. Nichols and
hi? company, but th" hojel v.il! bc
fe built atone? on a higher and
safer fon nd at iou.
Tho first Sunday in May was
given tu tho Edgefield W. f. M. S.
?uxiiary. Tho members bad ask
ed me teta lk for them at ll o'clock.
A congregation .io a? to require
the Sunday school room to accom
modate iv greeted nie. Tho music
and the congregation's attentive
ness were both helpful. The coi
?ectiouwas gratifying lo the socie
A second appointment carried
mo away from tho afternoon scr
vice. Dr. Grwaltney of thu Bap
tist church-than whom I have
known no sweeter spirited Chris
tian-whose hand is over ready to
assist any good work and whose
tongue is ever ready to speak in
advocacy of any good cause, was
present and helped with prayer
and speech. At this meeting the
president of the society, Miss June
Nicholson, presided. She also
made a stirring address. Miss
June is a splendid talker anywaj7,
earnest, pleasing and edifying. If
conditions are such (hat she can
not soon go as a missionsry(for
which work shebas been accepted)
6he ought to be made a Field Sec
retary for tho Conference by tho
W. F. M. S,
Music especially selected for the
occasion was inspiringly rendored
with Mrs. J. M. Cobb at the organ.
Several members o? tho recently
organizod Juvenile society took
part in the service and helped with
well rendered recitations. Alto
gether the day was an e:;' :eedingly
pleiistant and profitable ono.
Geo. W. Davis, Christ ian Advocate.
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An Ingenious Troatinciit by
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It is now generally known and un
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shattered by periodical or constant use
of intoxicating liquors, requires an
antidote capable of neutralizing and
eradicating this poison, and destroy
ing the craving; for intoxicants. Suf
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from business by this wonderful
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Our record-, .-how the marvelous trans
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Thousands of Drunkards have cured
themselves with this priceless remedy,
and as many more have been cured
and made temperate men by having
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friends and relatives withu.it their
knowledge in coiTee or tea, ii d believe j
today that they discontinued '.; Inking :
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misleading "improve-n-Mii." D. ive -.'iii
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The "HOME (?OED CUKE" is sob! al .;.?.
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thus placing within reach of eve j
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<J Jil 'EDWIN II. GILES ? COM iv.:: Y'
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All correspondence st:icMv ce:;fi-?
dr;tit ?al. . j
The Dest Prescriptions -er Malaria \
Chills and Fever is abotlleof Qw. L:;>
TASTELESS CHILL TONIO, it is sh', pl?
iron and quinine in a tasteless f rm.
No cure-no pay. Price 5Gu
FLOHENCE, S. C., Xov;:*2o,1900.
I was first advi.-ed by jour
family, physician in Charleston to
use TEETLINA with our jj a by when
she was but a very young infant,
ay a pr?ventive of colic and to
warm an l to sweeten \hx? stomach.
Later it was useful in teething
troubles, and its effect has been
found to be 60 very beneficial a::d
so fiee from the dangers that are
consequent upon the use of drugs
and soothing syrups that we h ii ve
como to regaid' it, afteruse with
three children, as one of the ne
cessities when there is a nev/ baby
iu the house and until thc teething
trouble! are,"aud we take pleasure
in recommending il to our friendr
instead of tho horrid stutf that so
many people use to keep their
HARTWELL M. AYER,
(Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly
Vi bf itt. ?J ?J Si iu Ul
IS LIKE A DEUBATE
In good-condition she is sweet and lovable,
and sings life's song on a joyful harmonious
string. Out cf order or unstrung, there is
discordance and unhappiness. Just as there
is one key note io all music so there is one key
note to health. A woman might as well try
to f!y without wir.js as to feel well and look
weil while the organs that make her a woman
are weak or diseased. She must be healthy
inside or she can't be healthy-outside. There
are thousands of women suffering silently all
over the country. Mistaken modesty urges
their s''cnce. While there is nothing more
admirable- than a modest woman, health ia
of the first importance. Every other con
sideration should give way before it. Brad
field's Female Regulator is a medicine fol
women's ills, it is ^ ., ,A
thesaiest andquieic- ffijqr,
est way to <:urs Icu- Cp?fijl
corrhea, fa iing of f
backache and gen
era! weakne ;s. You
will be astonished
at the result, es
seciaHv'f v?u ha^
inc; with Oiaer so
CtiU't rs mc .tics.
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you biry an uncerr
happy thousan ia ot
v/?men. V/hat it
has done ic .-others
ii can do lar y yu.
Sold in c".!'.,' rio res
A freo Illustrated
bouk v. ?'.I IM : :.i
to all wiu> writ? lo
mt BA GHILS
ZLGUiKZ ?X CO.
Foi*. SALK-In town of Edgelield,
situate on south side of Addison ave
nue, live acres of good land,.two-room
dwelling, recently overhauled, good
well of water; also good building lot
on street running from Griffin hill to
Columbia st reet. Price for the whole
Fon SALK-Horn's Creek ?uds, 165
acres,3 good ten?nt houseSjVwell wa
tered on two sidej, gootrspriugsVfine
stock farm, best of cotton land3. Seven
miles south of Edgelield C H.' Price
Foi: SALK-100 acres land, (old Fair
lien -'stead) 0-room dwelling, 2 good
tenant houses, all necessary outbuild
ings, good gin house, well watered,
gcod pasture and fine cotton lands. Six
miles south of Edgelield C H. Price
$1500 ' 4ja?1902
212J? acre?, good 4-rootn dwelling, 4
good tenant houses, well watered, S
good springs, creek through entire
plantation, best cotton lands in South
Carolina, 10 to 50 acres line bottom
lands, high state of cultivatiyn. Five
miles south ol Edgeficld (J H. Price
Foit SALK-1 5-room cottage north
side of (??ter street; price $1000.
1 4-room cottage, west side of Bun
combe street; price $sr>o.
1 5-1 oom cottage, westside Buncombe
street; price $1000. 4jan1902
FORJDALE-One tract of hind con
taining 1 ?'0 acres wit h seven-room cot
tage and two tenant houses, situate
one and a half miles north of Trenton.
Price $15 per acre. 30jan26Jan
Fou SALK-One of the most desirable
building lots in the town, situate on
.South side of-Main street, about two
luindred yards from public square,
containing one and one-half acres,
mon; or less, good two-room dwelling,
good spring ol' water on lot. Price
For Sale-80acres, two tchout houses,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
cotton and corn farm lands. Price
$5 per acre. 2janl2m
For Sale-Go acres, one tenant house,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
fanning lands. 2janl2m
For Sale-In town of Edgelh-Id, six
room dwelling on north side of Main
street, in heart of town, barn and 'ta
bles, servant's house, good well ol' wa
ter. Everything- comparatively new
Price $2500. 2jaiiGm
Fm- Sale-130 acres, two tenant
houses, 90 acres rh cultivation, throe
miles cast ol' Woodlawn, good stock
l?rm, also good land for cotton and
corn. Price $5 per acre. 2janl2ra
1,000 acres land, ?J miles north of
Edgelield, (tho old Dr Clint Tompkins
place), good dwelling, out buildings,
well watered, good stand for store;
also mill site on land, line stock range.
Price$6500as a whole, or will cut up
land in small tracts. Apply to W. N.
Lot in town ol'feet Modoc, 83x100
Price $50. Apply to W. N. Burnett
Real Estate gent. 6m.,
Fan SALK-acres Jand % mile
from Trenton; good barn and stables,
ti wei is good water, two good reliant
houses; 100 acres in cultivation; price
$2.000. W. N. Burnett, Heal Estate
Agent. I2m-dec 12-1900
House and lot on Geter street, at
present occupied bj T.C Strom. Price
[$IG(K>, niie-thinl cash. Term? lo suit
[purchaser. W. X. Burnett, Real Es
: tate Agent.
; For fab?! in the town of Edgelield,
, one lioti&e ?ind lot on south side of G?
terslreet. Meuse contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms' $250 cash, or $800 on time.
11-?., acres of land in town of Edge
lield, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$800. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
, A sc von-room, 2-story house on Gray
sire: r,ni the town of Edgelield; good
servil ni s ami oilier outhouses; aho
good weil of waler, with 40 acre? <-i
?ind Keasunable terms.
\p:?J i i;i por?on or by let ter to
W. N. BURNETT,
' MAL ESTATE ?GENT.
Thousands Hare Sidney Trouble
and Don7!- Know it.
How Tc Sited Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it sta.:i twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
"' tiing indicates an
: TJA unhealthy condi
^/rtion of the kid
I jj r.eys; if it stiins
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desi?? to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
convincing1 proof that .he kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
Whai io Bo.
Th?re ta comfott in the knowledge so
often expressed, that !>r. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the treat kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidn-;y;<, liver. K-iidsr and every part
of Ihi urin try passage, lt corrects inability
to held wa;er and scalding pain in passing
it, ol' bad effects fol;-: ?in|J use of liquor,
wine or beer, and over-.orv. z that unplsasr.nt
necessity of bt'ng coraki '?rd to go often
during the dsy, and I.; cji many limes
during the niijht. The $iild tod th? extra
ordinary effect of SwiS???-pfl??OOt ls soon
realized, lt stands thc highest for its v/cn
derful cures of the moa! diSUTtesing cases.
If you need a medicine yo\>. should have the
best. Sold by druggists inSCs. and $1.-sizes.
You may have a sample bottle ci this
wonderful discovery _?N^ATT
?nd a book
more about i
absolutely free by mail,
address Dr. Kilmer & V:<r^o cf Sw-cnip-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. V.'her. writing men
tion reading this generouj effer in thisjaper.
notice to M Mimi
Mm ?ilsriMj Gie
1 IF ? IS ill IIB II
mwM m Mim.
O/lic^ and Infinuary'at
B. L. Jones' stables, roar
ot' Court Hou-ic,
ED^EFIELD, [S. O,
I respectfully solicit the
patroling" of the people.
jjf??-"\V?ll answer telephone calls
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, W.W.ADAMS,
J.H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. CO CK, I!. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL iR \
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. M IMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLKX,;Ass'tCashier
Pays interast'on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention;to bu si"
Mi HGGGunf solicited.
(TPADE MARK RCGISTCF.i-0 NO. 17430.)
CHILL AND FEVER CURE.
TilE ORIGINAL NO C'JR? NO TAY.
SO CENTS A BO??Lf.
Tlic old reliable the kind yourfathers
used to take. Tho ono that never fails
to cure. Don't waste time and money
experimenting with nev,- cures. But go
for the best from thc jump. Frog
Pond is thc ounce of prevention and
pound of cure combined. Ask for it
take no substitute, if your merchant
docs not sell it write to ns wc will send
it direct r<>r 50 cents.
DAVENPORT & PHINIZY CO.
Wbolcsnlc Druggists -Selling Agents.
J. I. Case Separators
ID. J- NORRIS
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Sleeping Car Servios.
Excellent dally passenger tiervico between
rioridc sud New lork.
Nos. .'!) ned :t2-New- y<ir!: and Florida Lim- j
Hod. ?Drily except Sunday., competed exclu
nively of Pullniari finest Di awing Room Sleep
ing, ODMjpartincut and Ol.scivatory Carslie
tween N iw York, Columbia and St. Angostine.
Pu!'snail sleeping eai-a between Augusta and
Aiken and Kew York, runs lroni Augusta to
Columbia via Bln-kvillo. Parlor cars be
tween Charleston and O li?mbio.
Nos. :?.? ana 114-New ?'iric and Florida E\
p-i'.=?. Drawi?g-room sIeo?-ins ca? between
AngaKta sad i;ew York. Puflmnn dniwhi^
room sloopiu!.'cars betwcon Pelt Tampa, Jncv
BonviilerSavj?iii n i Waslrlugroiiand VewYorlt.
Pul Ima . sloe: lng cars between Charlotte tu d
Bli (inn ..'.. :> i??g caw Wt ween Charlotte
Nos.:a ii ; . .- U. S. Fa;?t ".Tail. Thronsh
Pnilmni* dr:.', i??-room ba . .leaplrtgearjoo
twoen Jae':.*?i;villi an.l .. . 1 >ri: and Pail
mon Bleeping . ur??Ijeiwosi s.?vnista and Char
lotte. Dining T:;TS m-rvw all iao:ilH onrouta
Piillnian .>. '.. !.;.: i-tvrd :I?:V.-IIM Jao?sonrll?e
?nd Colomb ?i irouto ??U-' L?i wi eu Jacluoar
Ville and Cia -int :i i, ?"ja As::o-.*i!!e.
tjfBAKIC S. GANNON, S. H. 3A"D\7IOK,
Third V-P.Gen. ilgr., ?e;.. Pr? Agt.,
Wasliington, D. <.'.
?L?'I Sen. . nsw S :'t.
Wosl?ngton, D. 0.
Ch rlvStou.S. C.
Ono- Dwelling ITouso "and lot
ono mile from Court ITouso on
Buncombe St, House contains 5
. argo rooms, and a commodious
pantry and stove room. Ou the
lot there is a barn and stables, a
servant bouse and a well of liiip
wafer. For further particulars
D. S. DuBO.SE,
May S-3m uEdgefield, S. C.
This siRant'jro is on every box d tho genuino
Laja?iive Bromo=C?iinine Tablets
tho rr/a:r>dy that cares a In one day
TO CUnE"A"5JC!LD IN ONEDAY
Tale? LasaMVe Krnmo Quinine-Ta?ilefs.
A ll ili'-iiii?isl-; rel -M\ :.;t? niuii-y if ?I
fails lo V.V-. fl. ?i. (j rove's Signatare
is'on'rac.li bt>\*. doc
Stands Pre-eminent When
it Cornes to Low Prices.
A visit to our store will cou vi nee you. We mran what we
say. Our line of Spring and Summer fabiics aro so numer
ous, pretty, and surprisingly cheap that the alert phopper
will soe many interesting things.
Our WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT is surpassing
HUNTINGS, LAWNS, and DIMITIES from Sic to25c vd
EMBROIDERIES, ALL-OVER LACES, BEADING,
N()\ ELTY BRAIDS-competition stands in owe of ourperr'
feet assort ment. Their cheapness is a blessing.
This department is very muoh in EVIDENCE for its
durability, comfort, graceful patterns, and completeness of
STYLE. Our humanic and world known lines area crown
ing triumph. The factory backs us in a person.a?g?l
with every pair.
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
In this line our varieties excell at every point. UN
BIASED judges tell us that our goods are the handsomest,
our prices the lowest..
These ar-3 the two special elements we try to unite in our
business. The goods are silent but supply ?trong evidence
of the above.
-Z^AJL^LP a, as fe
Additional cause for rapturous applause in the line of
our Fast Black I ace effects ard French Stripe HOSIERY.
Medium and extra size?.
SH:!?: that elegant line of LADIES' GAUZE VESTS at
5c to 50o.
The 5c and 10c Counters
Are quite attractive. Come to see them.
BUSTLES and SKIRT FORMS.
We ask an inspection of our Hues and at least a part of
your business. -
W. H. TURNER,
NEXT TO COBB'S.
AN OLD HOMESTEAD
By the use of onr superior pride o*
the South No. 1 paints is a trans
formation devoutly to be wished"
by those who wish to preserve
their property and. have it look
fresh and attractive. Our high
grade Pride of the South Paints
are made from the best colors, and
will not peel or blister when ap
plied, but are very durable"^ "We
tj^Mtoe-of tb<%.J?rgest lin?
Adams' brushes in the South and are the SouthejL?^enreseut^ives
of the Cleveland Varnish Co. ' MR. W. E. LYNCH hil
and can supply you with anything in our line.
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.,
841 BROAD STREET
lt Has the Subtle Charm in Flavor to
Please Consumers. &
QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolina.
FRANK 6. TULLIDGE & CO., Cincinnati?
s e s'M a i o iti? .?'_. ; ; ?iii!? 3?
'PYl 7f!j Cfrrof ?hi-.<:'n
S?YES IYE TESTS for nil defect
!?ght, iriii:<3s tho proper glasse* and IV.
' Xii I'S Utera.
Lenses eui ii:'. : your. fravae while you v
?-* . nic'-cit-.o 011.1
nes aBidtlo! ers,
m ?rofl Presses.
GET O UK PRICE?.
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e. a s.
CAUTIU N.-Always look for ?3,a^
<><?? the name cf D. D. Tomlinson, g g?*
.5 A Flu?a.," tl.e .?Ul cf tho boule, r* & J"
Best External Remedy In the World for '
SPRAINS, BACKACHE, &c,
Depot : No. 400 North Street,
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
EDG-IEIFTET-JTJ, S, O
Front.Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
j [ respectfully>)hcit tlu patronage of
Complete Cotton, Raw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outlits, Gin, Press,
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outlits.
Building:, Bridge, Factory, Fu ric
and Kailroad Castings, Railroad, M ll
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, ?Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
LiW Iron forts & Supply Co
Al crUSTA, GA
Foundry, ^ hine, Heiler,
L'ress and Gin Worka
Kepa is Promptly Done
A2 fine lot of WA"
TER GROUND Moa1
in half bushel, bush
el, and two bushel
sacks. Also a carload of YELLOW
CORN in excellent condition,
sound as a silver dollar.
HENRY C. WATSON.
GRICE & WATSON,
g&F* Patronage of the public soLc
i?e.1. Prompt, laithful, and carefu