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THOS.J.ADAMS, .-- - - - -.EDITOR
THURSDAY, AUG. 17,1893:
Augusta received her first bale
of the new cotton crop on the 8th
Mr. Wm. H. Hay ne, the Georgia
poet, is having a volume of his
poems published. It will be out
A Brooklyn church has appoint
ed a humber of young ladies ushers,
and there is a marked increase in
the attendance of young men.
Ex-Jadge Thomas Jefferson
Mackey bas turned up in New
York, and his -tongue seems to be
aa long as ever.
German geographers predict a
dry fall and a cold winter, but
they don't know any more about it
than the African geographers.
The riotous conduct of a lot of
- Sumter people in pelting a State
constable with overripe eggs last
week had the effect of strengthen
ing the Dispensary law.
Wheat was sold last week in
Chicago for 53? cents per bushel.
No living being has ever known it
to sell so low. before. At that rate
? barrel ot flour could be bought
Tom Watson, the Third partyite
of Georgia, is invited to speak at
Slighs ?D Newberry county on the
25th inst. Thi3 is a false step ;
the Democrats shouldn't have any
thing to do with Tom Watson.
According to the Piedmont
Headlight the State is now reap
ing over $1,500 a day, net profit,
.fromsthe dispensaries already es
tablished. 3ut the Headlight is
Lepers are becoming so numer
ous in Louisiana that the people of
that State want the federal gov
ernment.to set apart an island for
them and undertake their care.
Unless this is done, the terrible
scourge will sprea?Vto other States.
The abolition of the bar-room
in Greenville city has accomplish
ed a wonderful reformation. . Th
mayor's court has had only one
case of drunkenness since june
30th as against from two to twenty
every day previous to that time.
-This is reform, sure- enough re
TheX?gielatur? of Alabama has
presented to the vote of the people
a constitutional amendment pro
viding that the school taxes of the
.white people shall be devoted io
the education of the white children,
aud that the schools for the blacks
shall receive for their support only
the taxes paid by the colored peo
ple. It is estimated that now fully
84 per cent, of the money spent on
the colored schools comes out of
the white people's pockets.
Under the new deal in the Sen
ate, Senators Butler and Irby have
$3,000 worth of patronage under
disposal and Senator Butler has
appointed W. B. Perry, a son of
Ben Perry, a page in the Senate,
H. H. Scott, of Edgefield, a mes
senger, and J. W. Baker, of Abbe
ville, assistant librarian. Senator
Irby has named J. Y. Jones of Ab
beville, messenger, Clyde Fuller, of
Laurens, helper in folding room,
and Henry Stone, colored, laborer.
In a recent address the mayor of
Chicago said : "There are 200,000
people in Chicago to-day unem
ployed and almost destitute of
money. If Congress does not give
us money we will have riots that
will shake the country." Riots
and strikes among the wprking
men h?ve long been a feature in
the social status of the North and
West, and there is doubt that any-,
thing short of an equal distribu
tion of the wealth of the country
would satisfy the restless leaders
of the working classes in those
The Atlanta Constitution gives
some good advice when it says:
"Let our farmers sell their cotton
as soon as it is ready to market.
All cotton gathered before frost
will loso twenty founds to the bale
after it is ginned and packed if
held for any length of time. The
farmer loses this' when he holds
his green cotton. Sell your cotton
and get your money for it,'p'ay
your debts, if you owe any, and
stop interest. If you store yonr
cotton and pay interest on your
debts and insurance and then lose
twenty pounds to tho bale, and
finally have to sell it at a (lesser
price in April than you caii get in
April or September, you are-Bound
to lose a great deal. If you want
to hold anything hold your cotton
seed, they always sell for more in
the spring than in the fall, bot be
certain to have them housed and
well cared for.
A meteor the size of a ban
fell in the suburbs of Savanm
on Thursday. The shock was fe
throughout the city, and great e:
citement prevailed in the secti(
where the meteor fell.
Florida is having a yellow fev
scare. A few cases at Pen sac o
have caused a general stampei
froffi.that.city..... Augusta and S
yannan have established quara:
tine and thoroughly inspect a
incoming trains. "
At a meeting of the trustees i
the Winthrop Normal and Indu
trial School last week the exa
site for the buildings was sele?te
Messrs. Bruce and Morgan, of A
lanta, whose bid was accepte
were elected architects. The d
signs for the several buildings a]
very beautiful.- The dimensioi
of the main building are 200x1'
feet, and it will be three stories i
height besides the tower and bas
ment. When this magnificei
structure is completed South Cart
lina will have twin institutions <
learning of which she will I
proud, one for her sons and one f(
Two women in Yates count;
New York, have petitioned Go^
ernor Flower for permission 1
wear trousers to facilitate the
farm work, and the code of Ne
York has been ransacked to fin
the law on tho subject. Son:
Commonwealths deny absolute!
this much-to-be-desired privile?
to the sex. Missouri compromise
In that State a written permissio
from the Governor entitles a w(
man to wear with impunity a man
.dress outside of cities of 10,00
inhabitants or over.
In South Carolina there ain
enough trousers for the men now
there ain't more* than one pai
Congress, by an agreement b<
tween the silver and anti silvi
men, will give eleven days t
speeches on the free coinage bus
ness, about ninety speeches in al
Afterwards three days will be a
lowed for five minute speeches, an
then the old cat will die. Bi
whose old cat it will be we don
know. We hope and trust an
pray that it will be the News an
Courier's old gold cat, gold outsid
with brass in'ards.
.V We publish on our outside Pre?
dent Cleveland's message to Con
Egress: now in-eessiau:. ;It?ill prov
a bitter disappointment to man;
Democrats in this broad land o
ours for it holds up gold as th
standard, and only standard fo
the country, contrary to all th
past tenets of Democracy on th
coinage question, and contrary %
the demands of the platform o
the party adopted at Chicago las
year. And the very plank in thii
platform that elected Clevelam
President is now the very plan!
that he utterly repudiates and says
"Away with it, I will none of it.'
Cleveland may be right, but r
so the Democratic party is wrong
So far as the ADVERTISER is con.
cerned it takes its Democracy fron
the fountain head, the platforn
enunciated by the party.
The contest next year, in om
opinion, will be upon the dispen
sary law and for the control of th?
Legislature. It will be one ir
which former factional lines will
be broken. There will be some
Conservatives who will approve
the law and some Tillmanites wtic
will oppose it. The objective poinl
of each"faction will be supremacy
in the Legislature-the one in or
der to repeal or modify' the lawj
and the other to sustain and fortify
it. The senatorial contest will be
subsidiary to this. Nearly all the
snpporters' of Butler will be anti
dispensary men; nearly all the
supporters of Tillman will be pro
dispensary men. But the main
issue will be the dispensary.-The
Our contemporary must be mis
taken. Senator Butler is entirely
too astute to hang his hopes of
re-election on any Buch a hook as
Up to this time the Senator has
done some good work for himself,
politically speaking. The old sol
dier racket is good politics. The
segregation and cor al ling of Shell,
Farley, and Perry is the Napoleonic
maxim, "diyide and conquer."
The determination to put up no
State ticket as against the Reform
ers ie fine strategy, the tendency
being to alienate Tillman's allies
and get them to fighting among
themselves. But to fight Tillman
on a battle-field of his own choos
ing (the dispensary law) is to
throw away these advantages and
to deliberately walk into a cul-de
sac, and Butler, wary and wily,
isn't going to do any such a thing.
1,500! T,500! 1,500!
Fruit Jars, the best, at $1.00 per
dozen for quarts. $1.25 per dozen
for half gallons. E. J. NORRIS.
Bills of Sale and Mortgages of
personal and real estate for sale at
th? ADVERTISER office.
CATASTROPHE AT CLEMSON
Sadden Collapse of the Barracks
PENDLETON, Aug. ll.-A terrible
catastrophe occurred at Clemson
College this evening about 6
o'clock. While some fifty or more
of the students were on the bar
racks bridg?, running in and out
of a shower of rain, the bridge
suddenly collapsed, precipitating
the entire body of boys to the
LIST OP INJURED.
The following were more or less
W. S. Yt J, internally.
W. C. McDowell, wrist out of
place, bruised head and body.
W. J. Strawer, chin cutand teeth
T. C. Mahaffee, thigh broken.
J. W. Lancaster, ankle fractured
and dislocated and head wound.
C. R. Cagel, shocked.
. M. A. Holstein, internally in
C. E. Coodstine, thigh fractured.
W. H. White, internally in
S. C. Carter, knee and back in
E. F. Peagues, waist dislocated.
NOT SERIOUSLY HURT.
Those painfully though not se
riously hurt aro :
J. C. Bradley, J. C. Jowers, W. S.
Reynolds, J. C. Backin, P. J. Pear
man; A. P. Caldwell, A. G. Whit
man, F. C. Koon, F. W. Lawson, J.
E. Boykin, W. P. Wright, 0. Chap
pel, J. F. Barnes, C. R. Earle, J. A.
Dantzler,. R. J. Woodside, K. W.
Smiley, F. F. Bryant, W. H. Rus
sell, J. W. Pitts, J. A. McD?vid, W.
H. Long, W. H. Cowers, J. D.
Johnson, C. W. Danly, M. A. Wicc,
J. J. Lowrey, W. E. Henderson, T.
C. Todd, H. L. Todd, F. F. Dantzler,
J. F. Dukes, L. C. Dunn, J. K.
Ulmer, L. L. Hardin, J. C. Manor,
M. E. Jennings.
CARING FOR TH*E SUFFERERS.
Everything possible is being
done to relieve the suffering of the
injured. All the doctors in the
surrounding country are at the
scene, giving every possible atten
tion. There is much excitement
and uneasiness, and exaggerated
reports are being circulated. Stu
dents are wiring to their parents
those that are uninjured that they
are unhurt, and the college is send
ing telegrams to the parents ol
those who are injured. All possi
ble haste is being made to give
^hoseTwhp haye.sons at the college
jfche extent of their boys' injuries.
President Cleveland has return
ed to Gray Gables, his summei
home, and will remain there with
his family until September 1st.
He says this extension of his va
cation is absolutely necessary to
his health. Congress is to settle
the nJoney question during his ab
Senator Butler introduced a bill
in the United States Senate on
Monday to repeal the 10 per cent,
tax on State banks. This is one
of the planks in the Democratic
platform and we hope it will pass,
but things are getting badly mixed
and we do not pretend to prophesy.
I am a candidate for County Auditor,
and will abide the result of the pri
J. W. JOHNSON.
I am a candidate for the office of
Auditor, and will abide the result of
the primary election.
BEN J. W. RUSHTON.
I am a candidate for the position of
Auditor, and will abide the result of
the primary election.
ALBERT W. RUSHTON.
I am a candidate for County Auditor,
and will abide the result of the pri
WALTER J. PADGETT.
* I am a candidate for the position of
Auditor of Edgefteld county, and will
abide the result of the primary election.
JAS. B. ADAMS.
I am a candidate, not at the solicita
tion of friends, many or few, for the
position of Auditor, and will abide the
result of the primary election.
_JAS. D. FRASER.
BY authority of the county ex
ecutive county, a primary elec
tion will be held at the various
voting precincts in Edgefield
county on Wednesday, the 23rd of
August inst., to indicate to the
Governor the choice of the people
for the office of Auditor, made va
cant by the resignation of John B.
Should neither of the candidates
offering receive a majority of the
votes polled, a second primary will
be held on Wednesday, the 6th of
Th? following persons have been
appointed managers at hoth elec
Bacon-G M Smith, F M War
ren, Manly DeLoach, T G Smith,
Big Creek-R M Blease, J W
Mack, M K Lowrey, Will Satcher,
Bonknight-J W Herbert, Fed!
KempsoD, J C H Rauch, L Oxbjer,
Cooper, No. 1.-S M Cooper,BS
Haltiwauger, J H Brooks, C" H
Coo;-sr, No. 2.-J A Werts, A'W
ilushton, G G Wheeler, J O Towles
Centennial-J J Kirksey, J' H
McClellan, John Banks, T O Atta
Colliers-D T Mathis, S G Ham
mond, L R Hammond, J N Craft?n
Collins-A J McDaniel, G W
Johnson, R T Lanier, Sim Adams
Cl?veland-M A Mims, A A
Glover, M S Bigham, Ben Glanton,
Dark Corner-J W Blackwell, A
G Collier, Joe Freeland, S E Free
Dry Creek-D J Bruce, D P
Bodie, M R Wright, B W Jones,
Dennys-Noah Crouch, Smith
Crouch, J M Denny, Luke Crouch,
Eulala -P C Stevens, M A Halti
wanger, J R Watkins. J T Werts,
Fruit Hill-J R Hill, W A Tur
ner, W T Whittle, J W Davis,
Gray-R P Holloway, James G
Penn, A C Stallworth, P B Kemp,
Holson's X Roads-W W Hol
stein, W K Shealy, A Bouknight,
JW Wise, Clerk.
Hibler-L J Williams, Pierce
Harling, E H Youngblood, P B
Hampton-D D Brunson, W W
Adams, O F Cheatham, J P Ouzts,
Johnston-T R Denny, W L"
Coleman, J P Hardy, P N Lott,
Long Branch-S W Scott,. L B
Derrick, William Yonce, Andrew
Moss-W M Corley, W P Brun
son, T C Strom, R B Hughes,
Mt. Willing-J M Long, E R
Steadman, F W Barnes, cBenj J
Mt. Enon-L B Dean, Ira Cul
breath, W W Owdom, Joe S Addi
Meriwether-P B Lanham, W S
Lanier, B F Renew, John Mundy,
Meeting Street-J H Cogburn,
M B Hamilton, J L McDowell,
Davis Padgett, Clerk.
Mine Creek-T R Towles, J D
Parrish, John McKay, P B Watson,
JDld Wella-Hilliard May, A?feerll
Whitlock, A S Swearingen, VB L '
Pleasant Lane-A D Timmer
man, Whit Harling, W E Dukes
George Lake, Clerk.
Rehoboth-John Wash, Charley
Strom, E C Winn, R E Broadwater
Rhinehart, No. 1.-T E Harris
L M Werts, B M Peterson, Baz
Rhinehart, No. 2.-J H Riser, J
C Kinard, W W Derrick, S J Der
Rhinehart, No. 3.-Press Shealy
T F Etheredge, E W Shealy, T W
Ridge Spring-W J Padgett, C
B Crouch, T L Smith, Burdett As
Red Bank-Henry Etheredge,' C
D Mobley, J A Attaway, Howard
Shaw-A H S Day, B S Holland
Bill Roper, L Courtney, Clerk.
Wise-John Atkins, S L Roper,
W G Wells, J H Wise, Clerk.
. Washington-J L Carter, J W
Brooks, J A Butler, L F Dorn,
W. H. TIMMERMAN,
Attention, Capers Light In
THE Company having been invited
to attend a picnic given by the
Clarks Hill Sunday-school on Satur
day, Aug. 19th, the regular monthly
I meeting of the company will be held
I at Clarks Hill instead of Parksville at I
11:30. Business of importance tobe
I considered. A shooting team, yet to
be chosen, will also be OTdtred to at
tend the annual picnic of the Edgefleld
Guards at Centre Spring, Aug. 18.
JAS. H. TILLMAN, Captain.
H. A. ADAMS, O. S.
Every Machine has
a drop leaf, fancy cover, two large drawers,
with nickel rings, and full set of Attachments,
equal to any Singer Machine sold from $40 to
$60 by Canvassers. Hie High Arm Machine
has a self-setting needle and self-threading
shuttle. A trial in your home before payment
is asked. Buy direct of the Manufacturers
and save agents' profits besides getting certifi
cates of warrantee for five years. Send for
machine with name of a business man as
reference and we will ship one at once.
CO-OPERATIVE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
toi S. Eleventh St., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
MS-WS J?AY THE FltEIGIlT.-?*.
A North Carolina woman claims
that a lock of hair sent her by a
friend two years ago has grown ten
inches in length. The name of
the hair tonic will be sprung later.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE.
Twelve Years of Established
To THE PUBLIC : As a matter of
justice to ourselves and to the rep
atation of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley's
Double Chloride ( of Gold Reme
dies, for the cure of the liquor,
opium, morphine, and tobacco dis
eases, and Neurasthenia, we warn
the public that these remedies are
used by no institution or sanita
rium in the United States except
those established by our company,
under the uniform name of "The
All others claiming to use Dr.
Keeley's Remedies or formulas are
frauds and impostors.
The Keeley Institutes establish
ed in various parts of the United
States now number ninety, with
three in Europe, where the Keeley
Treatment is administered and the
Keeley Remedies sold. We, how
ever, caution all to examine well
and know that they are dealing
with genuine representatives, au
thorized by us, before taking treat
ment or purchasing remedies.
The misleading establishments
use the name of "Bi-Chloride of
Gold," or similar titles. The news
papers often fail to discriminate
sufficiently to know that they are
imitators. This is a matter of pub
lic welfare, and hence this warn
THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO.,
CURTIS J. JunD, Sec. and Treas.
Dwight, 111., Dec. 15,1892.
For literature or further infor
mation regarding the Keeley Treat
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE OF S. C.,
THE KEELEY INSTUTE.
Endorsed By The. S Govern
The efficacy of Dr. Leslie E.1
Keeley's Double Choloride of;
Gold Remedies has been so pub
licly acknowledged and thoroughly
recognized throughout the civilized
world, that the recent endorsement
by the Government removes all
questions of doubt as to .their
virture and genuineness. On
February 13, 1892, General Wm.
B. Franklin, President of the Board
of Managers of the National
Military Homes for Disabled
Soldiers and Sailors, authorized a
contract with The Leslie E. Keeley
Co for the use of Dr. Keeley's
Remediesin the seven Natinal
and twenty-one State Homes in the
General Franklin, in a letter
regarding this contract and Dr.
Keeley's Remedies, speaks em
phatically of "the great good the
future has in store for the un
fortunate victims of Alcoholism,"
giving personal thanks to Dr.
Keeley for enabling the Board of
Managers to treat veterans under
For literature or further in
formation regarding The Keeley
Treatments for liquor, Opium,
^prpnine, and. Tobacco diseases,
THE KEELE Y INSTITUTE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP EDOEFIELD.
Court Common Pleas.
T. 8. LEWIS, as Administrator of the
estate of Lewis Bean, et al.
E. P. SALTER, et al.
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry, before the court-house, in
the town of Edgefleld and State afore
said, on the first Monday in September,
1893, (being the 4th day of said month)
between the legal hours of sale, the
following described realty to wit :
All that tract of land in Pine Grove
and Pickens Townships, Edgefleld
county, South Carolina, containing
three hundred and eighty-five (385)
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
W. J. Adams, John Cogburn, D. C.
Tompkins, and others.
TERMS OF SALE : One-half cash, and
the balance on a credit of one year,
with interest from the day of sale.
Purchaser to give bond and a mort
gage of the premises to secure the
credit portion, or all cash at pur
W. F. ROATH,
. GEO. B. LAKE!
? Office wer Bani of EtgeOeld. -
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE NoTtt*
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Beat In the world?
If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made ta tte Mut
styles, don't pay $6 lo $8, try my $3, $3,50, $4.00er
fc5 Shoe. They flt equal to cu i tom nude ind lock sad
war as well, If y ou wish to economize In your footwear,
io so by purchasing W. L Douglas Show. Nano sad
D.-lce stamped on the borton, lock for lt when yoe bey
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brtckton, UMI. Sold by
J". HUE. COBB!
EDOEFIELD, 8. 0.
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Tbe Forsaken Bride.
Earl Wayne's Nobility.
CELIA E. GARDNER.
A Woman's Wiles.
Rich Medway's Two Loves.
JULIE P. SMITH.
Chris and Otho.
Ten Old Maids.
Widow Goldsmith's Daughter.
M. T. WALWORTH.
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Stormoliff. Delaplaine. Beverly.
CAPTAIN MAYNE REID.
he Kille Bangers.
The Wood Bangers.
Osceola, the Seminole.*
The Headless Horseman.
The Wild Huntress.
Bangers and Begulators.
The White Gauntlet.
The White Chief.
The Hunter's Feast. "
The War Trail.
The Tiger Hunter.
The Scalp Hunter.
MARY J. HOLMES.
Tempest and Sunshine.
The English Orphans.
Darkness and Daylight.
True as Steel. Sunnybank.
The Hidden Path. Moss Side.
Buby's Husband. At Last.
MAY AGNES FLEMING..
Guy Earlscourt's Wife.
A Wonderful Woman.
A Tenible Secret.
A Mad Marriage.
IA Wife's Tragedy.
One Night's Mystery.
Sharing Her Crime.
Silent and True.
A Wronged Wife.
BERTHA M. CLAY.
h rown on the World.
Lady Damar's Secret.
A Bitter Atonement.
Love Works Wonders.
A Struggle for a Bing.
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Twenty Years After. Alexand'r Dumas
I The Three Guardsmen . . *? "
j Stephen Elliott's Daughter . Mrs J H Needell
The Storr of Philip Methuen . " " "
The Count of Monte Cristo . Alexander Dumas
Edmond Dantes-Alexander Dumas
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When a Man's Single.J M Barrie
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Auld Licht Idylls. " "
A Window in Thrums, " "
My Guardian.Ada Cambridge
Hidden Away..Etta W Pierce
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Averil.,.Bosa N Carey ;
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Phantom Future.H S Meriman
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In the Golden Days. rf
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We Two. "
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Under Currents.The Duchess
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Will.Georges Ohnet j
SVTcanFanrri:f" j (Olive Schreiner) Ralph Iron j
Col. Quaritcb, V. C..H Bider Haggard
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A Mere Child.L B Walford
Sylvia Arden.Oswald Crawford
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?SOUTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule, in effect January 17,1893.
Trains run by 75th Meridian Time.
Lv New York.. 4.30PM 12.15nt 4.30PM
" Philadelphia 6.57 ? 3.50AM 6.57 "
* Baltimore... 9.45 "
? Washington.12.00 ?
u Greensboro.. 7.09 "
" Salisbury... 8.28 "
Charlotte \ 9.35
11.10 " 11.20 "
10.25 " 10.20 "
12.28AM 12.05PM I
3.44 " 3.28
" Bock Hill.. .
" Winnsboro'. . 4.40 " 4.20
?J Columbia j . ?gl Jg
" Johnston. 8.12 " 7.53
" Trenton. 8.28 ? 8.08
" Orangeville . 8.55 " 8.36
Ar Augusta. 9.30 " 9.15
" Charieston. 11.20" 10.05
"Savannah. 6.30" 6.30
" Augusta.. .
AJ Columbia., j
" Bock Hill..
Ar Ri (j li mond..
" New York..
'( i .20 "
10 50 "
8.36 "10.34 "
10.30 "12 00 "
9.46 " 8.38AM
11.35 " 10.08"
3.00 " 12.35 "
6.20 " 3.20PM
Now is Your Time!
T HAVE been instructed by Mr. Fox
1 to announce to the public that our
handsome assortment of Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, and Silverware m.^st
go. regardless of price, to make room
for a large fall stock, as we do not oare
to move stock now on hand into new
quarters, Norris building.
GEO. F. MIMS.
JAMES H. CARLISLE, LL. D., President.
Two Full Courues.
Necessary expenses for one year, One Hundred
and Fifty Dollars.
For Catalogue address,
SRARTANBURC, S. C. J. A. GAMEWELL,
Secretary of Faculty.
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
The next session will begin
September ?7, 1893?
The climate is salubrious. The course of
study is extensive and thorough, the expenses
moderate. For Catalogue and full information,
write to the President.
C. MANLY. D.D.
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national Cold Cure Institute,
Central Hotel, Main Street.
Established for the scientific treatment and cure of Alcoholic Poisoning,
and the various diseases caused by the excessive or moderate use of whiskey,
opium, morphine, etc. This Institute is now opened and ready for the recep
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commodations good. Any one wishing to investigate, will do well to call on
National Gold Cure Institute,
Central Hotel Building, Spartanburg, So. Ca.
DR. FRANK BRIGHT, Physician in Charge.
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/. C. LEVY & CO.,
AUGUSTA, - GEORGIA.
Have now in store their entire
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF CLOTHING.
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TAILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA.
E. R. Schneider,
IMPORTERS OF FINE
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
AKD DEALERS ts\
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601 and *io2 Broad Street,