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THUS. J. ADAMS, - - - - ? KDITOB
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18,, 1901
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Edgefleld, S. O.
MR. McKinley's age wasj
58 years 7 months 15 days.
As the court of inquiry
goes on Sampson remains
strong, and Schley remains
slv. s ^
MR, Theodore Roosevelt
has taken the oath of office
and is now President of the
IT is with an air of satisfac
tion that we assert that no!
one has accused us of pro
nouncing the name Czol
OF the three presidents who
were assassinated, not one
was at work. All were seek
ing pleasure and amusements
of diffrent varieties.
THE executive committee
of Berkley county assessed
the candidates for congress in
tb a Seventh district $10 less
tharrth>-?*ate committee fix
ed the assessment.
THE bread-eater and whis
key-drinker in one sense suf
fer alike. The high price of
corn has advanced "the chem
ically pure" corn whiskey, as
also has the price of corn ad
vanced the price of meal.
THE article in this issue on
the subject of sending exhib
its to the exposition, should
interest all Edgefield citizens
who have pride for old Edge
field county. Let every one
. wno possesses any thing that
ss worth exhibiting, send it to
Hon. P. B. Mayson,
ALABAMA courts sentenced!
for life one man, and two. tol
ten years each in coal mines
for lynching a negro. The
prisoners are white men. It
is evident that some people in
Alabama are law-abiding cit
izens and believe in enforcing
the laws regardless of color.
SOME candidates are trying
a new road to get into office
"Good Roads Movement."
Many are the sch?mas of the
politicians. But since it takes
two years canvassing through
the rural districts, who could
be so heartless as to blame
them for wanting and advo
cating better roads ?
WE direct the Atlanta pa
pers attention to the fact that
it was a South Carolinian and
not an "Atlanta man" who
won the Constitution's offer
of $2,000 for the nearest guess
of the cotton crop. It was
Hon. Thomas Austin, of the
city of . Greenville, whose
guess was 10,382,416.
THE favorite sport with the!
young men for the past few!
weeks has been shooting at-I
and occasionally hitting-bull
bats. The statutes of -this
state affix a penalty of $10 or
30 days for killing bull bats.
There is law affixing a pen
alty for illicit sales of whisky
and for carrying pistols. So
boys, you need have no fears,
as this is three of a kind.
EX-MAYOR Courtenay does!
not think the governorship of J
South Carolina a very exalt-I
ed position. Incidentally he I
says that " by the statutes the!
office of governor has been!
sunk to the low level of chief
liquor constable of the state,"
He is president of the Newry
cotton mills, and says that he
wouldn't have the office if it
were ottered to him. We are
sure that that he will not be
forced into the executive
chair, for there are more can
didates than you can shake a
stick at who want the office,
regardless of the "low level."
His motto is : "I had rather
be President of a cottton m?l
than Governor of South Car
olina." We can't offer you
Uncle Ben's position.
He Struggled One
.Week With Death
REMAINS WILL BE BURIED
TOMORROW AT CANTON,
OHIO, HI!? OLD HOME.
President McKinley, who
was shot by Leon Czolgosz,
an anarchist, in the temple of
music, at the exposition in
Buffalo, on Friday afternoon,
September 6, 1901, died last
Saturday morning at 2 115.
On Friday last shortly af
ter 2 o'clock his physicians
and nurses detected a weak
ening of the heart action, and
the pulse fluttered and weak
Stives, digitalis and strychnine,
were administered. These
did not at once prove effec
tive, and it was realized that
the president was in an ex
tremely critical condition.
IThis realization, with the
shadow of death behind it, led
to a call, and that, a summons
to the cabinet, relatives and
close personal friends. The
physicians thought best for
Mrs. McKinley not to enter
the sick room on account of
her feeble health and the ex
citement it might cause the
president. Before 6 o'clock
it was clear the president was
dying, and preparations were
made for the last sad offices
of farewell from those who
were nearest and dearest to
him. The president came
out of one period of uncon
sciousness only to relapse in
to an^DtheTrXbLygen had been
with little effect in keeping
back the approach of death.
At 6 o'clock the members
of the cabinet entered the
Iroom one by one to take a last
look. After they left the sick
room, the physicians rallied
him to consciousness. The
president himself realized that
his life hung by a thread. He
immediately called for his wife
be, brought to him. As she
entered the room the strong
face of the dying man lighted
up with a faint smile as their
hands were clasped for the
last time. He consoled het
and bade her good-bye as she
sat by his side and held his
The president in his last pe
riod of consciousness, chant
ed the words : "Nearer My
God to Thee," and his last
audible conscious words were
"Good-bye all, good-bye; it
is God's way; His will be
done." His life was prolong
ed by the administration of
oxygen, and the president fi
nally expressed a desire to be
allowed to die. The admin
istration of oxygen ceased at
about 8.30 and the president
gradually grew weaker until
2:15 Saturday morning, at
which time life was extinct.
There was a private cere
mony at the Milburn house on
Sunday, and the remains of
Mr. McKinley were taken to
the Buffalo city hall, where it
remained until 7:30 Monday
morring, when it was taken
to the funeral train at Buffalo
union station. The train was
scheduled to leave Buffalo at
8:30 and expected to arrive
at Washington at 9 Monday
evening. The body remained
Uiider guard of soldiers and
sailors until xo o'clock Tues
day morning in the executive
mansion, when it was taken
to the rotunda of the capitol,
under escort of cavalry. The
body will lie in state in the ro
tunda until II o'clock today.
At 12 o'clock today the pub
lic funeral services will be
held at the rotunda of the
capitol. At i o'clock the body
will be taken, under military
escort, to the Baltimore and
Potomac station and placed
upon the funeral train, which
will leave at 2:3o this after
noon for Canton, reaching
there Thursday morning at 11
o'clock, where the final ser,
?vices, conducted by the citi
zens of Canton, Mr. McKin
ley's former home,will occur.
Thus ends the career of theS
third assassinated president.!
The first assassination was!
^hat of Abraham Lincoln, by!
[John Wilkes Booth, an actor,!
j which occurred in 1 Wash-|
ington theatre, just after thea
close of the Civil war.
The next presidential assas-|
inationwas the killing of Jas.g
A. Garfield by Charles J. Gui-|
teau, an unbalanced office -j
seeker; It was on July 2r '8i,J
that Guiteau shot G?rfiield
in the ladies waiting room inf
Washington, as he was about
leaving the city on a New
England pleasure trip.
Mr. McKinley was born at
Niles, Ohio, January 29,1843.
Nancy Allison was the maid
en name of his mother. At
the age of 18 he enlisted in
the 23d Ohio Volunteer In
fantry. He rose tb the rank
of Captain and major.
In 1876 Mr. McKinley was
elected Congressmen and was
re-elected orten. In 1890 he
became prominent as the au
thor of the McKinley Tariff
bill. In 1891 he was was
elected governor of Ohio, and
re-elected again in 1893. In
1896 he was elected president
of the United States, and was
serving the first year of his
second term as president of
this great country when the
assassin wounded him, and
from which he died a martyr
xrcnuvn. iiMLj^, '."A ~~JU.
He was a true man of noble
and high Christian character.
He was ever ready to do his
duty as he saw it. His name
will go down in history as one
of the best presidents and po
litical leaders we have had.
[The heartfelt sorrows of all go
'out to Mrs. William McKin
ey. May President Roose
velt, guided by the hand off
[the Almighty and omnipotent!
God, feel the great responsi
bility devolved upon him as
President, and fill the posi
tion wisely and in the fearj
of the Lord.
A. F. PERKINS.
State of South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court of ?ommpiti
Pleas. H. P. Lov^,eAj>^^l8 ow nf
right, and asjowxt??an ad leteru,
8 agai?aJ*iPrIi5*'Gray aud Lucretia
IpURSUANTto the decree iu this
r** cause I will offer for sale *>?
public outcry, before ???
House in town of
'State of Sbnih . ?
If}: Oj ... ' ?
mo vc..? ? - .'. ??
si . .
ess. and .. v. . . Ttji jy|
alley >? : v.-.. tr. ...OB said pre
miS6E iron1 L^o Hotel lot; on tb el
east by public road running north)
and south in front of ?aid premis
es; on the south by lot formerly
owned by Mrs. A. Green and other
lands of Lucretia Whitaker ; and
on the west by Beaver Dam Creek.
Terms of sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefiield County.
September ll, 1901.
|State of South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court of Common
Pleas. John ?R. Blackwell, in
bia own right, and as adminis
trator of thc estate of Josephine
Blackwell, and as commutes
guardian, ad litum, against Mol
lie P. Harmon, et. al.
PURSUANT to the deciee in this
cause I will offer for sale, at
public outcry, before the Court
House, in town of Edgefield and
State of South Carolina, on the
first Monday in October, 1901, fhej
same bei? ; the 7th day of said
month, between the legal hours of
salo, the following described land,
to wit :
All tnat tract or parcel of land
in the above named County and
State, in Plum Branch Township,
near Parksville, S. C., containing
fifty-four (54) acres, more or lojs,j
and bounded on the north by land
of J. L. Stone ; east by land of the
Equitable Mortgage Co. ; south bj
land of Mary Peurifoy; west by
llanos of J. L. Stone.
Also all the lot or parcel of land
in the corporate limits of the town
of Parksville, in the above County
and State, containing four (4)
acres, more or less, bounded north
by lot of land of L F Dorn or hie
wife's and Thomas Whatley ; east
by Railroad ; Bouth by lot of M R
Parks, and west by lot of J H
Also the ginnery outfit situate
thereon, includiug two Gin houses,
65 saws each, two (2) feeders andi
condenser, one power press, one|
fifteen horse-power boiler and en
gme and all other necessary ma
chinery and appliances used for
the purpose of ginning.
Terms of Bale: One half cash,
and the balance on a credit of one
year, with interest from the day of
sale. Purchaser to give bond and
mortgage of the property to secure
the payment of the credit portion,
or all cash, at the purchasers op
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefield County.
FEEL BADLY? gm
tit, want of appetite, Loss of Strength .jj
Lack of Energy, Bte ? Take a few di sei cf'
Murray's Iron Mixture, f
A Genuine Bloc-J Tonic.
TUE MURRAY DRUG (JO., g
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING;
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chi rr^
Tonic, because the formula is plainly j
ftrin ted on every bottle, showing that '
tis simply Iron und Quinine in a'
tasteless form. No Care, No Pay. 60cjj
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
["Something New Under Th:
All Doctors have tried to core
CATARRH by the use of powders, acid
gases, inhalers and drugs in paste
form. Their powders dry up the mu
cuoirs membranes causing them to
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have entire
ly eaten away the same membranes
that their makers have aimed to cure,
while pastes and ointments cannot
reach the disease. An old and expe
rienced practitioner 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
jat 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 that actually reaches
the afflicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known as "SNUFFLES; the.
GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE ' and is
sold at the extremely low price bf 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 perfe.;t 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 quiok-.
ly and permanently and is also won
derfully quick to relieve AAY FEVER
or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected of ten leads
t/L-CoNSUMPTION-"S N U F F L B S". Wiil
save you lfyotrmre lt ac once. Ifc is no
ordinary remedy, but a complete treat*
ment which is positively guar?nte?a
to cure CATARRH in any form or stage
if used according to the directions
which accompany each package, pon^t
delay but send for it at once, andvwrite
full particulars ae to your conflitiou,*
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
("SNUFFLES" the "GUARANTEED CA
TARRH CURE." j ' \ ?' ~
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States or Canada oz receipt of.
I One Dollar. Address Dep/.C 441,Fr*
j WIN B. GILES & COMPANT^ 2330 and
j 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia.
THE HOME GOLD/CURE.
An Ing?nions Trottinent by
which Dm "ka. tis are Being t.
Cured Dally in Spite of
??No Noxious Doses. No Weaken
ing of the Nerves. ,A Pleas
ant and Positive Cure for
the Liquor Habit.
It is now geoeral/v
jderstood that "TV si .
lease an?' - .<. .-..>. .. ,
Discovery is positively
.st co cure the most obstmtte
, no matter how hard a drinker.
lOur records show the marvelous trans
formation of thousands of Drunkards
into sober, industrious and upright
WIVES CURE YOUH . HUSHAKPSJ !
CHILDREN CURE YOUR FAT^RRS I Wro
[remedy is in no sense a nostrum but ls
ga specific f or this disease only, and is
?so skillfully devised und prepared (rat
it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant
to the taste, so that it can be give?t?n
a cup of tea or coifee without!nie
knowledge of the pen on taking lt.
?Thousands of Drunkards have curld
themselves with this priceless remedy,
aha as many more have been corTd
and made temperate men by havijg
(the "('URE," administered by . lovii/r
friends and relatives without th ir
knowledge in coffee or tea, and belie ?re
today that they discontinued dtinki ig
of their own free will. Do NOT WI T.
Do not be deluded by apparent a id
misleading "improvement." Drive c it
the disease at once and for all tine.
The "HOME GOLD CURE" is sold at tie
extremely low price of One Doll; r,
thus placing within reach of even?,
body a treatment more effectual tb n
others costing $25 ;o $50. Full direc
tions accompany each package. Spe
cial advice by skilled physicians whin,
requested without extra charge. Sept
prepaid to any part of the world On
receipt of One Dollar. Address Debt.
C 441 EDWIN B. GILES & COMPACT
12330 and 232 Market Street, Philad i
All correspondence strictly coi fl
ICH ARLESTON & WEST1
'Augusta and Ashville Short
Schedule in ufFect Jan. 17, 1901.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1180pm
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm ......I..
Ar Lauren? ... 115pm 7 00 a*ra
Ar Greenville.. 2 55 p m ?j 46 a m
Ar Glenn Sp'gs....4 05 pm.
Ar Spartanbuig.. 3 00 p m 8 00 am
Ar Saluda- 6 23 p m...
Ar Hendersonville 551 pm
Ar Ashville .700 pm ........
JS? A?bT ll?.... 820 am .j..
. JV Spar! anViirg ll 45 a m 4 io pirti
ITJV Greenville....IL 55am 4 00,p o
ArLaurens ... 130pm 7 0?p?m-f
'jv Audi 'san. 6 35 aim
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28pm 5 10 pim
Ar Aug.ista- 5 05 pm 1048 ajm
Ai Savannah.... 5 55 a m
?A Cilh oun Falls 444p m
\; Baeigh - 2 16am
?rNoridk.... 7 30 a ra
?i-P?te. sburg....6 00am
A"Blot nond .... 8 15a m
A U?ii3ta. 3 55 pi m
Allendale. 5 58 p1 m
Fairfax. 6 12 pl m
Ypmassee. 7 25 pi m
Beat fort. 8 15 pf m
Port Royal. y 25 pl m
Charleaton...... R Vj ai rn
Port Boyal. 7 &) ni ni
Beaufort.' 7 4 5 ai ni
Yemassee. fi 40 a! m
Fairfax. :>-t'J a u)
I Ar Augusta.ll 55 it ra
Close connections at Gleenwood for
Jilli points on S.A. L., anl C. and G
['Railway, and at Spartanburg with
fl For information relative to ticket?
irate?, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
We ape prepared to do
any and all kinds of
I Masonic work of al
ikinds a specialty.
?fhe Best Prescriptions for Malaria
; ills and Fever is a bottle of GBOVE'S
STELEss CHILL TONIO. It is simply
m and quinine.in a tasteless form.
5 (?) cure-no pay. Price 50c
..?? . * ::
j F you own a Steam Cotton Gin send
f$ us your name. We make you a pro
pe? dtion that will bring you in big
money without investing a dollar.
% SOUTHERN CANNING CO.,
Ila Broadway, New York City.
Presbyterian Church Directory,
i, E. M. STEWART, Pastor,
"p-V \trfrch month as follows :
; |$PED-1st Sabbath at ll
av i- m 8:30 p m. 3rd Sabbath
1 * m. Sunday school every
Sabbath at 10 a m.
TRENTON-2ud Sabbath: 4:30 p
, ' 4th Sabbath ll a m.
;.JOHNSTON-2nd Sabbath liam,
th Sabbath 8:30 p m.
'I ROPERS-3rd Sabbath 3:30 p m
FLORENCE, S. C., Nov. 25,1900.
I was first ad viced by our
'a mi ly physician in Cha* leeton to
iee TEETLINA with our baby when
was but a very young infant,
is a preventive of colic and to
sva'rm an i to sweeten the stomach.
LLy ier 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 have
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
trnuble3 are, and we take pleasure
iu 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
For sale at Peun's Drug Store.
\ WANTED-I understand there
is not a vacaut. house in Edgefield
If this is correct, I want br ?
myself ?nd wife, O?** J
three room" ">. :
nit'- . "
ito veterinary College,
IWM\ ana DEijlST.
Office and Infirmary at
B. L. Jones' stables, rear
of Court Houie,
BIDCfEIFIBLID, S. O,
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
%Wr Will answer telephone calle
FUE QHIIK OF EDGEFIELD
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Late 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. FULLiiRJ ?
J. C. SHEPPARD, President
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN,'Ass't.Cashier
PP y s in te ra st ?on deposits by speolal
' Money .to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention|to busi"
your flccoiiQi Solicited
GEO. T. SHARPT0N.
EIDQ-EIFTEIXJID, S, O
Front Room in Chronicle B'Id'g.
[ respectfully -??>tiait th. patronage of
D T. GHICK. HENRY C. WATSON.
?RICE & WATSON,
(Grice'a Old Stand.)
.gSF" Patronage of the public solic
, ed. Prompt., faithful, and carefu
service. Reasonable charges.
Photographs iq latest atyles, at
prices tc suit the times.
R H. MIMS
Stops the Cough
andlworlfs off tho Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a old in oue day. No cure, > o pay
Price 25 cents.
Now is tho time to subscribe for
Central Tim? at JaokaonTille and Savannah.
Eastera Tim? at Other Paint?.
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tr. Jaekaan ville (P. R.
M Savannah (So. By.).
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?ork and Florida Br
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. Pullman drewinff
?n Port Tampa, Jaca
..>gton and Vew York, -
Teen Charlotta and
.ri Norfolk. Dining
- Mall. Toronga
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York, and Batt
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..;n Ja -Kson-.-ilie and Colombia,
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Wuvliin^ion, b. li
W. H. TA .(>?,
Aa't Gou. i't?ttf. Asr't,
H. H. HARDWICK,
? GenTPaa. Agt.,
Div. Pans. Ag't.,
. "Cbarlcaion. 8. O.
One Dwelling House and lot
one mile from Court House on
Buncombe St., House contains 5
large rooms, and a commodious!
pantry and stove room. On the
lot there is a barn aud stables, a
servant bouse and a well of fine
water. For further particulars |
D. S. DuBOSE,
. May&-3m Edgefield, S. C.
Thia Signatar? is on every box of the g?noise
Laxative Bromo-Qtrifline Taweu
the ramed/ thal ewes . aaM ta ono ein?
TO! CURE A COLD IN ONEOAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
AU druggist? .refund the money if i
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's Signatur J
is on each box. 95
I SH LEM
, HQ (MS HOUSEHOLD REMEDY.
They brin? Health, Strength
and Happiness to the Weak
An Unexcelled Appetizer.
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E will be pleased to have yon call. =
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841 BROAD STREET
PROF. P. M.WHITSSA?V
209 7tl Strut, Augusta, Qa.,
.IVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defecto ?
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CHILL AND FEVER CURE
THE 0RI0IN4L NO CURE NO PAY.
50 CENTS A BOTTLE,
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pound of cure combined. Ask for it
take no substitute, if your merchant
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it direct f:;c ?ft cents,
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