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icirE - VBJEC. b
panish war was
-S, of South Carolina. Other
performfnces during the war were
more spe.,tai-ular perhaps than his, but
none we more daring, and the work
of no individna. was more important.
When Victor B:oe I:aded -n the
island of Cuba ani undert-'A a cir
cahi of the city 'of Santiago ha inok
his life in his own hands. In a coun
try wbre he could not pe-.k the lan
guage, where he knew not a single
individuii, and where the topogriphy
of the Ian I was entirely unkn~wn, he
set out alone .to spy on, t he posa. :ton
and strength of the eremy's forces.
He mhde his way around 5a-itiago and
th3 entire forces of the enemy -nd
brought back information to out com
maiders on land and sea that was ab
solutely invaluable and which stamped
him as a mai of dauntless courag and
A U0o1 head. Until h- made the circnit
-_of Santi go and looked down on the
LL W the harbor, it was not abo
utely known whether Cevcra's fleet
was in aiding their. or not.
Now that all the pr,.mit:ent fgares
in the 'ate war, and some that w -re
not nearly Eo conspicuous as Victiar
Blue, have been pre-e!ted with swoz ds
or lov: eg cups by their admiring fel
low ci izens, it seem to us that Sbzoh
Carolina ii negieer!u o-f her heroic
son in not giving him some subslantta
testimi.nial of the app:rciation ud
admirn .L-'u of his people tor the hior
which tie has do,.- tbe Stte :gs
heroicervices to the nation at ?, cri i
Testimonials of this character mike
priceles% beirlooms in a famili; and
when r. eople open!j testity thei appre
ciatioi -if heroic conduct it furnihes
inspira.ion: for others when the occa
sion r quires. We never saw Victor
Blue n r any relative of his so far a; we
know, -nd do not know anybody ' at
is persdily interested in securiig to
bim this'honor from his State, btr we
feel'i hee.- richi deserveA such a res
timonial from the peop!e among whom
veQ. and we take this liberty of
og the suggestion that it i4 not
te wo~ do honor to this brave son
. T Sout Carolina.--Augulta Her ald.
The aiatt'er was mentioned it ine
Genera: Assemily, but some v-ry
econorrTial mem~br3 crie I "extr ava
gance And hard timers," and it e-iv
ey poperiy dropped, the greter~'
* ing condition,e
for the past two was compara
tively small on account of the bad
weather that followed ;he Monday
* night storm. We now have on the
4 roll about'67 pupile, and as onr num
her increses we hope to see grecter
On last Friday night there was a
soiable given at the residence of Mr,.
W. G. Smith for the enjoyment of ';he
graded school girls an't boys. Q uit e
-an enjoyable evening was spent.
Miss Blanche Catmak, who has beer.
quite unwe'l for sone t'rue, isd
able to-b3 out. . G. D.lR.
*Novemiber 6, 1899.
The -Auvertiser has been charaed.
and justly, with weakeni -r in it s sup
* ~ port of the ,Dispenxsary .* '.
the Bible says there is a -...: for al
- - tings arid, in our indgmuis, ,*o w, i
ever, is :neo time to weaken in su"or t.
* of the dispensary, at any rate the
management thereor, w bich is a bMc:
on the once fair fame of the Palmet to
State. A good law may be made vile
in its .administrati..n. The Adver
siser wiU continue to weaken until she
kethomaxeos. Selab !--Edgefield Ad
The Eminent Kidney
and! Bladder Specialist.
.b ioer #f Swamp- oot at Work in
.. is Laboratory.
There is..a. disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous- because so deec
tive.. Many sudden -deaths. are caused by
it-hart'dsase, pneumonia,, heart fa 1're
or apopler7' are often the :result cf kidnev
disease. If kidney ltroytle is sIlo-wed to a:
vance the kidrrey-poison'id bb~bod iil attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys thernaelves
~breake down~uand waste- away dafeli.
Then theoihness of-theblded-th.it.m
Dlisease, the worstform 6f kidneyttroie.
DE Kilmner's SwampRoo.ittrenerw dii
covef ft thi triiespecificffer kidney, bladdAcr
and uriarj trobres It has ctmed thousads
- of-apparently hopeless caes,~ after a~l other
efforts have failed. Atdruggists ui fty-cent
an~zd dollar sizes -A sampfe bottlesnt fre i
by-mail.. also a book~ telfrmg--antut Swmo
Root and its wonderful ce.: Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co... Bintiamto'iN. a. a nd
i oMrV HoweEdmuds-..Enter
tainment at the ChapeL
t is with feelinga of sjncere sorroVs
ia death of Mr.
,t we chronicle the d
weil Edmufnde, which occurred at
home, near Ridgeway, on Snuday
ht at S 0cick. le had been cOn
Led to his bed for probably Sb
enths prior to his d l. !e had a
roke of paralysis last sprinI. and bad
,ver recovered from it.
o-s at times were very grea'..
deed was a sweet relief. e wAs
>out 79 years of age at the t :ne of
is death. His remains were iterred
a the family burying ground at o
onerd Church on Monday afternoon
t 3 o'clock. Af5a
Mr. Edmunda waga ma
nif to knew was but to
dmire, to love; and above a'l be wa
Christian. He bad been a Sunday
chool superintendent for about forty
-ars, first at Concord and afterwardi,
)f more recent years, at the chapel,
vherc he hrs a host of friends who
nourn his loss. To-day, to-morrow
.nd the day after will come and we
iball look for his tatherly advice, but,
ias! in vain. He has left us an ex
apie worthy of oar emulation and a
memory which we will ever cheriah.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy
to the bereaved ones in this their great
The ladies of the chapel will servo
cake and lemonade at the upper school
honse en Friday night, 17th inst., for
the benefit of the chapel. All are
cordially invited to attend.
November 3, 1399. E. H. D.
Dr. 11. I, Hadea, Summit. Ala.,
says: "I think Kodo! Dvspepsia Cure
is a splendid medicine. I prescribe it,
and my confidence in it grows with
continued use." It digests w at you
eat and quickly cWrergpa aud
idigestion. Mc Co:
DEATH OF MIESi;MARTHA WATSON.
Agai 1as etLtered our com
muni d away one of our
oldest la -
Mrs. atson was born October 26th,
1805, at'Eastover, S. C. Early in life
she was united with the Baptist
Church. She was married twice
first to Mr. Vinson and last to Mr.
Watson. She survived both Lusbands.
She died at the home of Messrs. Nich
olson October 25th, 1839 Had she
lived one more day she wou!d have
celebrated her ninety-four h birthday.
She leaves three danghter3 and a host
of relatives and friends to mourn her
lcss. The Itceral me ivices were coy.
dcted by Rev. . . C. Buchho', 7 f
Cet'r, assist- d by R'a J. Hi. Ysir
bp-.ugh. Thbe i e mins w rre int en ed
it: 'c'crd I 'ente'ry.
S. hi -t'. d so m[uch t ' give
bms th e a an :fiectic'
a r ear ir.etgo, a rn!hf
mI f' ' ' '7(od work -a'ri
I 1:fec' lov cWOi .?
~She never entered a task without
invoking God's biening and protec
tini. The depenidence of th:s strange
wooan upon theo Deity seems nevwr
to by absent from~ her miind A'or;
the completion of her task the same
rigid rememibrance of Divine power
was observed. I niever sasw a more
beautiful Christian .in my life. Traiy
prompted in ever~y a.ct by duty and
pa il.By close application she
wa.SsStoring uner strong and VigoronQ
mird with kCowledge, to be used; so
her Master's cause. Uni~sfinencedJ by
ay w orld~ly or personal consideration,
and with an eye to the glory of Gol,,
he had dedicated her-self to His work
Peace to her ashes and honor to iier
mepirr, and may- God comfort and
suppon~ us all !
"Let her rest, til that glad sound
Whiih calls the na'ic 's from the
Thul on her raptured oar is pour'd
Co:e forth, ye blessed of t he Lo'rd."
Woo ward, Nov. 4, -99.
MOZLEY'S LEMVON ELIXIR
A Flhasant Lemon Tonio.
Cares indigestion:. load iche, malaria,
kidey disease, fcver, chills, loss of
appetite, debility, nervou1 prostration
and heart tailnre, by reau!atin the
Live, 8:omxach, Bowels and Kidneys.
MZozley's Lemon Elixir
Cured tme of itndigestion. I had tnf
fered tor ten years. I had tried aimost
every medicine, but all failed. Since
taking Lemon Elixir I can eat an)I
tbingli like. W A GRIFFETH,
Reevesvile, S. C. C
Mozley's E'zmen Elixir1
Cured me of indigestions and t eat t I
diseae, atter y ea'ss of snffe:ring, when
all other medicr< and doctors had
failed. N. D. COLEMA.
Enlah, S. C.
MIozjeys .. ttir
I have been a great fi. *
d spepsia for abont fifteen yeal-s,"r
trube being my liver, stomach and
bow els. with terible hecsdache.;. L tm
en Eixir Cured me .Vv :op ,ttl
gcd, antd I amn well. I~bs i kCn a:
brt el Cf other mediie, that done mei
r. good. CHARaLES Granz, I
Ne. 1515 J~Ifrron 5'., Ltoi-ri. :e, yi;
Mozley's Lenmtn Elixir
CIei me f enla~rged liivr. no~CvCus
.oieton a 0 heart di-ene i-s
unable to walk r:l p: mirs or to do a:
0 of to k I -- a- eenaed b.-' many;
h)-l:i', rut g -- ?. boerC unt: I
r ei Lemn CC ixfr. Ii~ a.w hl:. -
nd vigorou-. :: H .w.I
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APnIL 1, 19S0.
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y'ir commencing April 1, 1899,
ending April 1, 1900, a taix for
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ase and service thereof. That i
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ollowing named kinds ot fands
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setters of Ad mninistratio
STATF. OF iSOUTA CAROLIN A,
CoU:Nrr (MF FA1RFIOLD.
THEREASR~ i. UI. .1 ennings Clerk
CV(ourt, hath :nadle suit to me
mtt him l-tters ef administration, wi
ill \Pmxed of the esta'te and e:Teets
u'lsom' D'-rham,- dreeued:
Thes are terefore, to cite and adtmc
Ih ail .ahd singuar 'th'e kindred ai
-editors of the said IRansm Durham, d~
ase. .thgar they be'and appear
ye nme, -m the Court of Pronate,
ield at F'airielId Court Hlous, S.' C
Sthe 163th day of N avem)ber next, aftt
iblication hereof, at It o'clock ir ti:
rncon, to show caus.e. if any ther havy
athe said adinistrationi should n
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b er, Anno Dormini 1899.
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.. ~...3 ST BABY.
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for The arrival of the first baby in i
the household is the happiest and mosti
nid portant event of married life. The yo
tewife who'is to become amother dei
~ter' to think of the happiness in store fr
aid Jwhen the little one shall nestle upon I
the breast and latterly she shall hear it i
Cthe sweet and holy name, "motha
But her happy anticipation quickly vi
ery'ishes when she realizes the terrible pl
ci- and sn h wishml
tehe world. A~n inecribable fear of
dance attendant upn the ordealsoc
By dissiatsher joyfd~es
n- Thousands of women have learn
18) by experience that there is absolute
ing no necessit for the sufferings whichi
tend child-it; they know that
ler the use of "Mother's Friend"-a scie
tbe tifie liniment-for a few weeks befc
nd the trying hour, expectant mothers e
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he it is safel pased throg withi coa
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Letters of Administr atioi
STA T T OF S3OUTHI CAROLINA,
COUNT Y OP FA IRFIELD.
e: By . R. JOIHNSTO., Esq., Judge. P at
to TD~la. .I Jnninigr, ClIerk<
th C~lL.ou, !u ~ade suit to mie I
"f-rt him. Jetters of administration.
te estate and effects of John H!. Clam
d These aIre, therefore, to cite and aidmor
e- ish all atnd singular the kinrd; an
- re'ditors of the said John- U1. Clanap, di
o ceased, th:at they be and appear befor
- ., in the Court of Probate, to be helda
r FirfEeld Court House, S. C., on the 25t
e 'y Cf Nombelflr niext, after puhhientio0
3, ,:e-, at 11 o'clockl in the foreaoon. t,
t silow eauSe, if any; ther have, why th
s'i-d an inistration sliould not be granrted
,1 Giv.en under my hn d, this 16tn ah
Oc tober, A.ofD.r189.
LETTERS UF ADlMiSTRATIN.
STATE OF SOUTR CAROLLNA,
.COUNTX OF FAIRFIELD.
gy S. R. JOHNSTON, Esq.,Judge.Probate.
W HEREAS, R. H. Jennings Clerk
of Court, hath made suit to C
me to grant him letters of adminis
tration, with Will annexed, of the I
estate and eflects of Annie Dnrham,
These are thelefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Annie Durham,
deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Fairfield Court
House, South Carolina, on the 16tb
day of November next, after pubi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why. the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand tbis 6.h dl.y
Of October, Anno Domini 1899.
S. R. JOHNSTON.
10-7-6t Judge of Probate.
what sr;."cring fromn faling of the
womb, whites, painfvl or irregular
mecnse s, or _any disease of t'ae distinetly
feminineovrgans is. Akman may sympa
thize. or pity but he can not knowx :me
agonie-s --he gfoes throl-the e-bl
suffering, So-. pa.tiently bor::c-, v. mch
r~~b ~ ar1Of 1117-d hpp.
MV.cE LRE E'IS
I I EM
will banish it. This medicine
cures a11 " femiale diseaseus o quizc
iv and-Dpermanently. It cocs away
Nw0ith3 t1g p e
nation. 'ilw tramnt may be
mtakn atc home. There isno coucn
tinual expense arnd troutble. The
sugnerer isn cured and stays cured.
Wine of Carduiis becomm the
leading remedy for all troubles of
this class. it costs but $- from any
F.or advice in cases r _quiring
special directions, a1. a-s, the
."Ladies Advisory Departmnt,
The Chattanooga Medcicine CO.
UMS.C. J. TV- T, -NashAnte, Tenmn.,
vr -s - " wohisnderu medicine ou-t
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wi oas adifeie ia ehf these
ean B rGAINy for llherouaes o
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Th on at taooa hedie Coari
21~C. . WLMT NaHyi, Ma n.
I th M[D TeiA' PROFagemend t
he wilulataleifee Asunte Sete
ina thRGIsry in dtero mofesee
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PIAOSroneghlyeuae fins th scien
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i wntscesu oiciting. Three isgn
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empoy e anageamentionf te
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to comiions caiar.d whcBiorre
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eAlso a full line of rpost de
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en) a.cmg all varieties.
R '4chers., Bangu Wafers,
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aberry and Strawberry Sand
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Lemons, Vanilla and Gin
Try them and be con
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GIVE ME A CALL.
J. S. McCarley,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries
and Baker's Bread.
f AT COST
Silver-Plated Table Spoons,
Teaspoons and Medium Forks
that I will sell at
Cost for Gash.
To letter them, at cost prices,
will be THREE CENTS PER
Come and see them.
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ca"n ade a splendid Hypnotizer at
once. Address M. Y. Young, 363 HIary
t., Briookly , N. Y.
telling how to prepare mnany de
cate and delicious dishes.
Address, Liebig Co., P O) Box, 271t
JOSIAH I h1EA
FEY TA5IARUPS, C
Care, Golden Glory, Honey Drip
Orage, -Diamond, New Orleans and
New Cream Cheese. Dried Apples
-3 las for 25c
Fal; 1 nie C'inned Goods. Tmomes,
Cndahy Picnic a'1s'Hid
Sdoked Bscon aiwars n d
. Gffie an.d Teas rf the finest quaity.'
- 3Tunsen's Superior Pihk!es; aso
loose-Pickles at8 81-Se per dozen.
Pthatoes, Oaion3 and Cabbage.
ettes, etc. .^.
Grocery buyers will fiid itton-tei
advantage ie call on us. Our goods
are fresh. Prices low.
A NICE CARLOA'D OF HOESES
and Mules. A few combina~tion Sad
dle and Harness Horses. 1- will sell
them cheap for cash er exchange them
or males op plug horses.
I will psy the highest cash price for
good Milch Cows; also for Fat Beef
I have a te v Second-Hand Baggies
for sale; also one Secon 1- Hand Two
- Wiunisboro, S. C.
.A L.ADES' MAGiAZIE.
A em en tu coo -lts lt
w'ork; household tsints; fction, etc.Sb
Ansfo and 5~ C.echcoce hger.
and town, or by mail from
THE McCALL CO.,
138-1 46 West l4th St., New York