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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6,1904.
Ladies don't fail to call anil soe
J. M. Cobb'rt lovelv Easter Dress
Skirts $1.25 to $b\00.
For the best smoke in town go to
Just received 3 car loads Of com.
4 car loads of flour, 1 car load ol
ineat'and 2 car loads of meal.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Buist's Selected Seed Irish Po
tatoes, shipped direct from to farm
to THE PENN DRUG STOKE.
Ladies it is to your interest to
seethe lovely mercerized effect?
io White Piques, Oxford, Mulls
and Persian Goods IO to oOcts at
J. M. COBB'S.
A large supply of School Books
always ou hand at reasonable
. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
I have just received a full sup
ply ol Untrimmed Eats, Ribbons J
and Trimmings, and can suit the)
tastes of the most fastidious dress
ers. My prices are very reasona
MISS MARY B?FOT?D.
We have iu stock a full line of
Iron, Enameled and Brass Beds,
with Springs to fit.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Heinz's celebrated Dressings and
Pickles, both in bottles and in bulk
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Just icceived and corning 2 car
loads of nails and barbed wire.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Fresh Drugs of all kinds can be
bad at our store at very reasonable
Ti M M ON s BROS.
Large stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc Get our
RAMSEY & JONES.
We want to till your Prescrip
tions. Only fresh drugs are used.
Our prices are right.
Why go to the trouble and ex
pense of making cakes at home
when you can buy delightful fancy
crackers that are fresh at
THE PENN PUUG STOKE.
Just received a car load of '"Old
Hickory" abd "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of :'Rock Hill"
aud "Hackney" buggies. We want
t o sell you.
RAMSEY & JONES.
The meicc-rized Chambrays,
' Ginghams, Madras and Linen sel
' ling for ,8 and 10c at J. M. COBR'S
' are wonderful bargains.
j??^?ifTurl^ house at a
"little cost. Solid Oak Suits, from
$23 up, chairs fronV. 50 cents up
and Soli'7 ;S*?k Rockers from $1.00
. RAMSEY & JONES.
jun?' men, come to on.r store
,r irein candy for your lady love.
We have a complete line of j
Fancy and Staple Groceries. Trv
our Teas amt Coffees and you will
always use them.
What is more delightful for
breakfast, or supper than Pickled
Pigs' Feet. We have them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
S05 Broad St rest.
W. B. YOUNG. - - - P-esiJent
J. G. WEIGLK, - - - - Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOU'JS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Just received Pleinz's Pickles,
Dressings and pure Cider Vinegar.
Monev To Loan
.NOW is the time to
make arran yemeni.s for
the year's business. 1
loan money at EIGHT
per cent for five years f jid
longer. You can gel the
,money from mc to buy
your supplies, or for any
other purpose, if .you
have improved town or
farm property to offer as
security. I require no
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Edgefield, S. C.
Buy your boy a suit of the cele
brated Jane Hopkins boys cloth
iug, fit. and wear guaranteed, $1.25
to $5.00. J. M. COBB.
PROF. P. fl. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street - Augusta, Ga.
(GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for al I de
fects of sight. Grinds th? proper
glasses and WARRANTS thom.
Lenses rat Into your irame walle JOH wait.
FREE OF CHARGE medicine or glasses
Full line School Books, School
Supplies, Pencils, Tablets, etc., af
ri??:PENN DRUG STORE.
\V7 C. T. XJ. Projrraiumis. ._." _
Tlie following is th" prog.an.m3"
of ihr meeting of the W. C. T: U
to lie hold on April 11th at the
residence of Mr.-:. N. M. Jones:
let-Instrumental Sol o-M rs.
2nd-Reading-Mrs. J. W. Peak
ord-Essay-Mrs. J. L. Miras.
4ih-Reading-Mrs. E. C. Winn.
otb-Taking Pledges, etc.
tith- Music, ''Onward Christian
Closed hy Prayer.
Death ol' miss Bigham
The great destroyer, Death,'ruth
lessly disregards all ties of love
ana friendship. It matters not
how devoted and closely associat
ed are two lives frequently one is
taken and the other left. Mies
Sallie Bigham, who has resided
fora number of years with her
brother, Mr. James Bigham, in the
Horn's Creek section, passed away
on Monday of last week. She was
a quiet unassuming woman who
lived close at home, paying occa
sional visits, with her brother, to
our town, where she was generally
kuowu. Miss Bigham was a mem
ber of the Methodist church. Pier
remains were iuterred at Horn's
Creek on Tuesday last, the Rev.
P. B. Lon bum ofRcinting at the
I ii ii era)..
Death or an Aged Citizen
On Sunday morning last Mr.
James A. MoManvis died at Ihe
home of his daughter, Mrs, F. P.
Johnson. Mr. McManus was ono of
the oldest citizens of our county,
having passed beyond four score
?and six years. Prior to sewral
year? ago he was a strong,ghearty
i robust man, but had been iii fee
I ble health during his last days.
Before the weight of years bore
heavily upon him be was a large
and very successful farmer. Mr.
McManus reaied a large family of
children being survived by four
daughters, Mesdames N. G. Oiiz s,
F. P. Jehnsou, J. T. Ouzts, NV.
B. Low rev, and three sons, Mes
srs W. T. J. W. and J. T. Mc
Manus. The deceased was a mem
ber of McKee dree church. He
faced the end bravely being lire
pared to meet b is vi od. The inter
ment took placo at MeKendree on
Monday afternoon, tho Rev. Mar
vin Auld officiating nt the funeral.
tho Parker Concert Company.
We have never seen a concert
company mor? universally praised
and more cordially received wher
ever it has been than has the Par
ket Concert Company that will
present a very elaborate nroprauv
me in the college auditorium on
Friday evening next. Our people
realize and appreciate, too, what a
high class entertainment this is to
be, for already moro than 120 re
served seats have been soid. and
this uumber should and will be
increased to 200 before Friday
evem'ng. Every dollar above the
actual expense of bringing-the
Concert Company here will be
added to the fund for buying
s*-ats for the auditorium and fur
niture for the class rooms of the
new building. Thia property will
be owned by the town as i. the
build i cg proper, so when the peo
ple of Edgefield attend these
splendid entertainments they not
only get the worth of their money
iroin the pleasure of the hour, but
are, as it were, putting money in
their own pockets. The largest
audience lhat has ever assembled
in Edgefield to wit pees an enter
tainment will be in attendance
Friday evening. You'd bet ter se
cure tickets at once.
Lotter to 31 i>I PAUL
Dear Sir: Let's talk it righi on!
before folks: there's nothing tn
hide in your .business or ours: if
there is, we'd better hide ourselves.
We are in trade to make money;
so are you. Wc make ic by saving
our customer's money; so do you.
Our object, in trade, is to save your
customer's wood from rotting aud
irou and steel and tin from rustios ;
yours the same.
We work for thousands pf prop
erty owners ; you for a few. We caa
do some things that you can't dp ;
we have the facilities. Yow can do
some things I hat we can't ; yon are
tb vre. Let us work together; be
faithful to oue-another. We can
serve our customers better by work
ing together and being faithful to
Your dollar, put into our paint,
will nain' more feet I .Vail in any
other way; and the paint will last
longer. This save? you money, and
saves your customers money.
That's ixl I there is in our whole
V. VV. J>KVOK.
t:? New York,
TUE EOGEK?ELB MEK?AXTI-LK CO.
We publish again this week the
annual statement of the Bank bf
Edgefield, an examination of
which will show tho bank to bc in
a prosperous condition. The busi
ness of the bank has steadily grown
from year to year. The usual eight
per ceat div deud was paid out to
th?, stockholders. The place made
vacant on the board of directors
by the death of Capt. James A.
Sennett, has been filled by elect
ing Hon. Thus, H. Ra i ns ford a
Member of the board. The stock
holders, acted wisely lo choosing
Mr. Ha i nsf ord, being a mau or
large wealth, wide influence and
endowed with unusual financial
ability. lu recognition of faith
ful soryice and in consequence of
the great iucrease in the volume
of the bank's business, the sala
ries of th^ cashier and assistant
cashier were increased; We trust
that both of Edgefield banks will
he as prosperous during the en
suing year ns during the hst
The big sal" of 5 and 10c Laces,
Embroideries-Allover Laces, All
ov^r Embroideries. Lovely Soft,
Ribbon are among the special
things now at Cobb's Emporium.
I h?Q%L NGWS- I
Fewer ital lons; wears longer;
Dr. E. 0. Sm iib, the popular
dentist, made a business trip ?ci
Williston on Saturday Inst,return
ing cn Monda}'.
Mr. JamesB. McKie came up
from his plantation and spent
Su i-day ai d Monday with his
Married, by Rev. P. B. Lanham,
on the afternoon of March 23rd;
nt the home of the bride, Mr. W.
H. Wise and Miss Susie Carpenter.
The Parker Company is indeed
x collection of artists, whose ca
pabilities fire shown to fine advan
tage in their program .-Daily News.
Huntingdon, Iud. * .
Nunna? ?y's Candies just received
by express at Tine PENN DRUG
The Parker Concert Company,
made a pronounced hit at Tarn, ,
Hall last night. Tho entire pro
pra rn was a rare treat and thc ar
tists will Jong be renumbered.
Chronicle, Quebec, Ont.
Hon. J. 0. Patterson, of Barn
well, ?sol T. G. Croft, Esq, of Ai
leen, candidates for Cougress from
the Second District, were in Edge
field during last, week th ak mg
hands with their friends'.
This is what our neighbor and
esteemed contempory, the Aiken
CS. C.) Journal and Review, says:
"If the C. M. Parker Concert Com
pany ever appears iu our midst
again, they can ?ank ou the sup
port of our people."
* Lad iel?, it will pay you lp read
the new locals of Mr. J. M. Cobb.
The relatives and friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Eldred S. Addison, of
Ninety Six, regret, thar they lost
their infant, sou, Eldred S. Jr., a
*hort time ago. The little son died
from the effectspt whooping cough
In buying 100 boxes of one kind
if s- ap, the managers ol' the Edge
iield Mercantile Company mean
no reflection upon their patrons,
in that they need to use a larg*
quantity of soap, but simply buy
a Ld it so they can Sr-ll right.
The council has had tin- ordt?
tancas printed in pamphlet form
ind distributed among litecitizens
U the town. Noone can now plead
gu ora rice as an excuse foi viol&li
;u of the municipal laws, and those ,
tho knowingly transgross them ,
ilionld bc punished according lo
he degree of thc o (Te use.
Attorneys and magistrates can ,
-rocure Subpoena Blanks an cl Sub
iceua Tickets at the ADVERTJSER ,
Hon. D. B. Peurifoy, state seir (
.tor from Salnda county, lion. A. .
v. Sanders, of Hagood, and Hon. ?
olin G. Mob'ey, of Winnsboro, ai! (
;f whom are members of the board
d' directors <.f the slate penitenli
iry, were in Edgefield on Thurs.lay
asl;. They came lo inspect the
;tatc convicts that are ou the pub- j
ic ru ads of the coll ti ty. ,
Mrs. \Y. S. N.'im-?, of Whaler 1
5, C, accompanied by her bright '
little daughter, has been spending 3
several-days ut th" college vi si- '
ling her two daughters. The fact (
hat Mr. and Mrs. Miras have been .
nitrons of the S, C. C. I. fo- four- '
eeu years is a strong endorsement
if the character of work that has
been and is being done by this in- f.
Latest Shapes an?] Corred i
Kurt:.s in W. li & lt. '& (I. Curs?is 1
35c to.$1.00 at COBB'S, <
So greatly have our people eu- ]
joyed the annual commencements, j
[iud already M have begun to <
look forward to them with pleas- j
mt anticipations. Mrs. King, t
Misses Hattie Newsome and Min
nie Dictes are planning uow for
:be graded school commencement \
rhich will bli hold one ,voek earl;- i
fr f.hun the college curunvmeemeni. >
Well, well, the citv fathers are '(
it last erecting a new eix-foot
bridge across the branch, near the
college to lake the plac of thc ,
lutiquae 1 structure thal the town
lad outgrown long, long ago. The i
:ol)ege girls doff their Oxford caps. .
ho collegj ??cysextend a becoming j
sai ut.' and ?he entire populace of <
I un com be-the high and the low, J
he rich and the poor, mo old and ,
lie young, the . white and Hie '
)lack-bow in grateful ac- '
:nowlidgeinen! ol' this o (li j i al act. ]
L'hough somewhat belated it is
levert hulosa appreciated.
For Misses and Ch i ld re ti's Hats 1
nod Infant's Caps al. prices I bal
ire .snrprisinglv low, go to
M?-S MARV BUFORD'S. 1
Hon. Preston Brooks Mayson has
mme forward as a candidate lor *
the Stale Senate. Mr. Mayson, 1
iflor gradualiug from the South :
karolina college, read law in the I
jffice of Sheppard Bros., and after
jeing admitted lo thc bar, located :
it Edgefield where, for a nu rn- j
u r of years he has been intimate
ly k./uwu by the people. Four :
yars ago the peopl" elected Mr. ?
Mayson a member of the House\
of Repr?sent?t ives where he labos-j'
i d faithfully for two Fessions for|
!iis constituency. Ho opposed, i j
oftentimes single banded, on the j
floor of the House every measure j
that would work hardship upon|
the masses. His public record isj
?teun just as his private life is up-j
right and honest. Should a majori- '
ty of people of Edg'fhdd county ?
cast their ballots for him it will 1
be his constant endeavor to render !
honest, faithful service.
Lovely Elimine Voilles in black, ?
cre?i tn, ; while and fancy colors, ;
Bl nek and Wliilc Ilaliste, Melrose
ai.e: solids from 25 to 5()c, "all
wool and yard wide," aro the rage I
at COBB'S. ?
Let the ADVERTISER job office db
Rev. Dr. J. Q. Adams, of Char
lotto, will visit his Edgeh'okl-rela
tives and friends in about ten days
ro two weeks!
Mr. L. Wigfnll Ch eal ham gaye
a very delightful dar.ee in compli
ment to his friends on Monday
evening last. Quite a number ol
out-of-town young people were in
A large assortment of the newest
styles and shapes in the Ladies
Ready-to-Ave?r Hats and Pattern
Hats are now displayon nt
M J SS MARY BUFORD\S.
Take a day off and put y nur
piemises in order. We have .be. n
requested to a nu ou nee that the
board of health will m&ke a .tour
of inspection at some time between
the 11th and loth o' April.
if you need soap-and more
people need soup besides the
washer-woman-you can get it in
any quantity at. the Mercantile
Company's store. They have jus!
roceivecflOO boxes of one brand
Those who fail to attend the en
tertainment of Ihe Parker Concert
Company will regret it. Tickets
can ba had nt the store of Mr. C.
E. Mav. Reserved seats, 50 cents,
general admission So couts and stu
dents 25 cents.
The members of the Mission
Society of the Baptist church are
requested lo meet ou Friday after
noon at leur o'clock. Those who
bavee not, already sent in their
envelopes will please send or car
ry them to this meeting.
Miss Zana Timmel man, the
beautiful and accomplished
daughter of Mr; and Mrs. J. A.
Timmerman, came home on Sat
urday from the Columbia College
for Women to spend tin; Faster
holidays, returning nu Monday
Rev. T. P. Burgess preached a
very earnest and impressive ser
mon to Ihe members of But loi
Lodge T. O O. F. on Sunday even
ing last al ihe Baplisl chinch.
Xol inly the members of Ihe iVr
?1 r lin! the un in il i ali 0 as well
were dified and quickened by Ibis
As soon as theciirlaiii was raised
on Pr i day evening last in th;,1 col
lege auditorium, il became evident
lo ihe delighted audience thal
(?ic beautiful enjerlajnri:ent was
planned hy an ar! ist who was aided
l y those possessing superior tal
ent. This was oin- ol' the prettiest
Entertainments given in Edgefield
in a long while.
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, who is
>ue of the hardest workers and
ranks among tho lending pastors
>f tho county, was iu Edgefield
m Monday looking after the ma
terial fer the spats in the new
church ?it Red Hill. When these
ire placed in positnn th - new
?u il ding will be complete through
ilit, ready fur the painters' brush.
Mr. F. Pearce Ouzts, who resides
mw in tl?e Antioch section bul
leseen dod from tn?? good old Ouzts
?tock of Meeting Street, where he
vas born and reared, announces
limself this week as a candidate
'or the office of Coroner. Ho is ji
.(..ung man. who if elected will dis
iharge the duties of Ihe o Hi ce ac- (
se pt a hiv to the people, and w-t be
?po.'ik fv?r hi'n a cordial reception
it their hands.
Dr. J. H. Carmichael h .is ro
ughed his pop/m'nn at the Penn !
Drug Store in order lo engage at
in early day in thc activ? prac
ieo of medicine hero in Edgefield. 1
3r. Carmichael is no stranger to 1
mr people, who have recognized for
.ears his skill and fitness for tbe
>ractiee of his chosen profession,
rle will remain at the Penn Drug
store till Mr. R. L. Dunovant the
lopuiarand efficient manager, can
lecure some one to fill his place.
Mr. J. Trapp McManus. the ono
vb o has *he distinction of break
ng the ie; of the campaign and
setting the political ball in mo!ion,
isks I he su (frage of fhn people in
he Count}' Treasurer's race. The
genial, jovial, kind-hearted Trapp
VI c;Ma nus needs no introduction
0 people of Edgefidd county ?it
mr hands. Tlmy already know
lim lo ba a God-fearing, upright,
naii, who is esteemed ile Highest
>v those who know h'm best
should he be chosen by ii liiajor:
y vole as the man who for tl o
1 ex I two years is to handle fi"1
?ermle'?i money no mistake will be
nade, for lie j s fully enmuelent,
liid should he coin ni i I an error il
will li<-om.' of judgment ami nol
af the heart. Trapp McManr.q is
me ol' those men whom you can
bank on in any ami every exigen
cy thal may arise, being tis hon
est as Ibo days are long.
Saturday afternoon was an ai.
?picijus occasion for the crowd of
it tie folks who attend'the Kiuder
|arden. At ll o'clock ibis unusual-;
y pretty and aft rael i yo be ?*y of
yTiuug innocents lu gan I- cather
it Un1 Kindergardteu room > en?
,oy their Elster ??.arly. . yr a
round of merry games out o. >rs,
they were invited in to part of
i feast of good things, go In
?o? k ul ?un? good tn eat. The . -k
med room with enid les upon the
beaut i full v decorated ca.13.ie gave ?i
flowing and beautiful effect to
the colors ol' the room, and aston
ished the little foi ks as 'hoy saw
what hud boen prepared for them J
for the . first tillie. Among other j
things were the bullerlly.boxes and
ba?kels.'lb:,ir own handiwork iill
>d with Kastor eggs, painted with
til* ir own hands and according to
; heir individual tust o. These hap
py children will not, soon forget
ui occasion so fraught, with joys
;o well adapted to their ?nimceul.
200 beautiful Rugs and Art
Squares go mg from 25c to $ 1-0.09
THERE IS ?W S?JESTiT
"He used lo kiss me every ti DIP
we passed tb rough a tunnel befon
our marriage," sn id the little worn
au with sad reflections.
"And does be do it now?*' asked
the bosom friend.
"No, he takes a drink."
The county board of equal iza
tion met yesterday and transacted
the usual routine business. The
count}' board recommended that
the railroad assessments be in
c roas?? cl in thin emin ty. l*h? fic
tion oT the slate board will be
awaited with interest.
The picnic season ison, d-spite
the March-April blizzard. We
have already noticed accounts of
?several basket picnice. lt seems
that it would require a very inge
nious houewife to prepare a bas
ket for a picnic when the spring
chickens are only out of the sholls
and the blackberries and peaches
and apples and strawberries have
otilvshedded ?heir bloom??. We dc
net know how it is with other folk?
-maybe newspaper hornes are ex
copiions-but it faxes the wits ol'
the Advertiser honseho1d io know
where to pel a PI ?H dency to keep
soul and body together at this BI a
Mr. T. Garrett Tal tieri-; o' Parks
ville, son of j Ion. W. J. Talbert,
makes his formal debut in poli
tics, announcing in this issue us a
candidate for the Stat?! Senate
from Edgeh'eld county. Notwith
standing the fad that Air. Talbert
has never been in public life be
fore, he is generally and favorably
known throughout the length and
bread I h of our e..univ. Mr. Tal
bert is a Christian gdi'l'Minn Of
lofty ideals and uiiqiinstioucd in
tegrity of character, and it is bis
purpose toi con (luci the campaign
upon a high plane. I! is not of
the kind who ''stoop to conqjer."
Should the people, by their bal
lots, choose M.. Tiilb -rt to repre
sent them in the g tr. i i senate he
will serve th.':vi honestly, consci
entiously, a'dy. At the proper
tima.he will let the peuple know
where Le stands upon the issues
Dr. J. Thomas Patterson is be
fore the people for the first lime
asking their sui?r; ge for Iii >. o iii ce
ol'Treasurer of Eiigeiieid cami}'.
This large-hearted gditkirOau
numbers his frit nd-? by the hun
dreds; ?Ttbou gh this jr. bis fi rsl
appearance in tb . rob- of a candi
date he has many strong support
ers in every section of tho coun
ty who will labor m season atol
nut of season to promote bis elec
tion. Dr. Pa! i ergon is in every way
fully capable ol' Iii I in.! Ibis posi
tion of trust, and tho funds of
tue county will ba sale ju his
hands should he be chosen to
serve the people iii this capacity.
Edgdield county has had a great
number of very worthy and e?liei
?ri treasurers but nona In ve lili
ed th'i office more creditably than
would Tom Patterson.
Gen's, cet yourselves au "Elk
brand" Hat, color gcod, "stylo cor
rect, and price low down.
J, M. COBB.
B ? S
The matter of feed is ol
tremendous importance to the
farmer. Wrong feeding is
loss. Right feeding is profit.
Thc up-to-date farmer knows j
ivhat to feed his cows td get
thc most milk, his pigs to get
die most pork, his hens to
get the most eggs. Science. |
But how about thc children ? \
.Are they fed according to j
science, a hone food if bones j
ire rofl ariel undeveloped. a[
flesh and muscle food if th cv i
arc thin an 1 weak and a blood
food if tiieiv is ani
Scott's Emulsion is a mixed j
food; the Cod Liver Oil in it j
makes.flesh, blood and muscle, jj
the Lime and Soda make bone I
and brain. It is thc standard I
scientific food for delicate'
cv.?g- j Send for free
T? Mire lli.it til': picture in
tlie lorin ol a la'jcl is on thc
wrapper ol' every buttle ol
EuiuUion you buy.
409 Pearl St., N. Y;
?|^ffftfe?j.-,?5l soc. and $11 all dru cristi.
I.oii^mire.-: SC Ma roll 31.;I904
if is willi sincere regret thai I
have found it impossible lo visit
you nil in the interest "f my con-,
gressional candidacy. I could not
?t?o this because of Ihe necessarily
sli?vrl limo allowed for thc canvass i
preceding the primary to ?ill the
vacancy in congress created by thc-j
death of your representative. Re
lying cohfidently upon your friend
fbip for nie, founded on your in
r i ma to knowledge of un character
as a private citizen lind my r\ cord ;
is ? public officer, 1 have felt it
incumbent upon me todevote lb"
most pf the short time al my dis
posal to work in other sections ol'
mr district where I au. pol known
as I am in my b rn'- county."
Assuring you that I will .?? pn-cia'e j
the liberal support th?t ? expect
141 your hands. I am,
L .). WILLIAMS.
THE K-lf-MA-NI-C "SHOE*'
is a creation of modern brain,
bearing exactly fitted to lin- mus-'
cl'-s and outlines of the foot.
Vi i this is no help to you unless
you arc wearing a j ia ir. The in
stantaneous touch of the. H-ii
ina-ti i-c leaches you a new lesson
in foot coin fort for sale at the
On account of the fact (bat the
prison cells in thc jail are small, j
dark and poorly ventila ted, tho'
prisoners aro allowed the privileges
of the hall in the day but are se
cun ly locked in the cells at night.
Late Sunday afternoon Mr. John
T. Faulkner wen tup as usual to
lock the two prisoners, Jobu Calli- (
ham and Jesse Henderson, up for
the uighi and on opening the door
to.Mn- upper hall,.jess" Henderson,
who was recently convicted of mur
der and sentenced to life imprison
ments threw ground red oper in
Mr. FaulkmerA'? eyes, which rend
ed bin: powerless lo ; re veut their
escape. Henderson W?U? overtaken:,
when only a few .hundred yards
fron Ihe jai!, by M'i. W. 8. Shep
pard, and was returned io his cell,
bul Callihain. w ho is charged with j
some .'gol offense, made good li s
scape. * Mr. Fau l kner sn Herod in
ti'usu pain but soon received rued ir
cal attention, which gave him re
lief. His friends rjoioewtlh him
thal no ? erm ment injin v wa done
FOL SALIC: Four yokes of
first-class oxen. For fur!hm- in
formal ion appl v to
J. H. Siinr,
Self, S. ('.
Strayed: Two pigs, one spotted
and the other sandy colored, stray
ed from-our stables. Tho finder
will bo liberally rewarded.
B. L. JONES A> SO T.
Fn sn Quaker Oats at Til!'. PENS
V, lien placing your | nsur
aiic? ,r:'?vt' lue a call. I rep
resent a very strong lili: ??
i^j ieso - - -
insurance Companies: also
Agent fur thy New York
- - -
Insirratu'e. Go. I will appn
preciale a si.are uPynur inis
inc-s. ! fan be r?tiwl"af niv
-C"-?;?.-.: >.?>. ?-?Vcr ?anh ?"t
J?I ni'..- i- X. IS ? ? \
GET OCR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oi J and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Pre.-;
Cane Mill.and Shing-'e Om tils.
PeiU"ira. I:r:t?.?. K :. i ? >.ry. Vn ric
and Railroad Cnstirgs, I?a.ilrt:aU? ii il ;
Machinists' anti Kactorjr Supplies.
Helling, Packing, Injectors, pip? i
Fittings, Saws, Files, 'fniers.;ett?. We i
3ast every day. Work Inti I taileis.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press :i ii.i i : in U'oi
'?T Kepa rs Proiiiptly P..ne
Mm Iron Iori & km ia
inotir Fertilizer V
Chem ?cal Work:
thc Roystcr Brai
Die G UAR. ANT i
S od.-i und other i;
WE rire now
iYfeai, Corn, Fin;
ami Plantation Sr
co-Ch ewin-.: :?hi
AVE are rent
ing and i lea tin;
WE ca ITV a
Vehicles of all ki
Colli ns a-iul Uncle
Agents for i
1 THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELDS. c..
I STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
:>\ THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEF -N
m Paid up Cai>ih?.$ 58,000.00
i Surplus and Undivided Profits. 22,000.00
: j Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00
" '? Protection to Depositors.$188,000.00
Wc invite attention of those desiring a safe depositoryTor their money to the above
;? fuels. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under providion "if its cha rtcr this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
.? i:::i:ii ilrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
.' ?2. PAni???fT. president . T, II RAIN?FJRO, Vice-Pre
. J. L. CA ITO ;.:M AX, Cashier. \V. II. HAULING, Asst.-Cashie
Ipr J J
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar is composed of the
mos!, effective remedies known for curing coughs, colds, la
grippe, sore throat and all affections due to inflamed and irri
tated condition of the air passages. It is prompt in afford
ing relief and certain in its effect of hastening a cure.
may bc- used to advantage in canes where other medicines
havo failed. It is pleasant, purely vegetable and absolutely
safe for old and youug. Nothing else like it in all the world.
It should have a place in every house,, ready at hand when
needed. Parents will find its effect magical in cases of croup,
it has re ra ark a hie virtue in controlling the paroxysms of
Prie 25c. Guaranteed satisfactory to every purchaser.
AT DRUG STORES.
Pre] ared by the Murray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Ar?? liiy toni* suit. F make any kimi except the bad ones. I fur
nish ? .-?lampmuran Indelible pad for making linen for 40
tJ.?XT.S. I tmve some other good things.
. WILSON GIBBES,
TYPEWRITERS, OFF [CE SUPPLIES, Etc.,
i?34 Main Street, - - Columbia, S. C.
! HIS SPACE IS TAKEN BY
Tho Loading Grocers of Augusta Ga.
gSBTW. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County and
lil. H." SCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are with us
and want to sec von.
li invite you to call and
I inspect my line of
g now being displayed.
AU tlie new goods in Voils, Etta
jfroinds, Silk Persons, and everything!
jin wash snoods are here and the
?prices are as low as can be offered
>y any house in Edgefield County.
You will do yourself an injustice'
Rimless rou sec these snoods before
Compare our goods and prices
?with others and I will risk the re*]
I rill $.mm*#
.'. . ti ? . ..- ttl M1 n! ?. ?. ?
a .. . ... fj pl uOO J]
?tt?fea ?Mm ?wm
rino- to the Farmers a full Linc of Com
We sell Goods Manufactured by Ar
.'?)':':.<. Navassa Guano Company, Georgia
. md Columbia Guanors Goods known as
!s.-These goods have analyzed ABOVE
C. Wc aiso sell Muriate of Potash,!Titrate of
] fredients for Home nixing of Fertilizers,
ol ?ring at low prices in any quanity Meat,
ir, Molasses, Rice Meal, Fine Feed. Hay
tpplies ol every kind. Oar Stock of Tobac
i Smoking-:;is large and Prices Lower than
Stock of Case Goods, and Can Goods.
Iv to suppl . you with your Stoves,-Cook
;\-- bi ar tl w ,*. Dsails, Plowstocks, Plow
f?ll line of Furniture, Wagons, Buggies and
ads. Harness Leather, also a full line of
.1 inspect our Stock and you will buy.