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Edgefield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1896.
LOGAL2 BREVITIES.
Potatoes must be growing now for
did'nt we have rain?
It is just a little less than four weeks
until tue presidential election.
We hear of cows dying from eating
too much sorghum skimmings.
Provisions are cheaper iu this mar
ket than they have been in many years.
There will be no State ball this year.
So says the Columbia Evening jNews.
Miss Kate Carter is visiting the
family of Major ij. R. Brooks, in Co
lumbia.
Our information is that the Judge
will marry rlrst, but the others will not
lag very far behind.
Tue annual examination of appli
cants to teach wil.' be held in the court
Douse on Friday, the 16th of October.
B. B. Evans, of Columbia, late of
Edgefield, bas been offered a position
in Philadelphia in Are insurance busi
ness.
If we are not very much mistaken,
Edgefield county will never rue the
day when she elected Hugh Talbert
County Supervisor.
Our banks are making very satisfac
tory collections, but we are under the
impression that they have out this year
less money than for several years.
Mr. C. A. Long and wife of Trenton
have been visiting their father, Mr. G.
F.jLong, in Newberry county during
the past week.
GOT. Evans has been appointed, it
is said., the presidency of a land com
pany that will give him a salary of
?5,000 a year.
Messrs. J. W. and P. B. Callison, and
jP._B.Ktmp, have formed a partner
ship for the sale of general merchan
dise at Callisons, under the finn name
ot'J. W. Callison and Co.
The Misses Aycock have removed
their millinery establishment to the
j store of Hart A, May where they will
.be glad to see their friends and custo
mers.
Mr. M. M. Padgett, of Trenton, was
in town on Monday. Mr. Padgett
came to town in a buggy 24 yeajs old,
drove a horse .'(0 years old and is him
self 81 .years of age.
Mrs. Sallie Cheat ham, widow of the
late John T. Cheat ham, sister of the
late VV. W. Adams Esq., is visiting her
nephew, Mr. J. Foster Cheatham, in
our southern suburbs.
Our old friend Dr. Joe Jennings was
In town on Monday. The Doctor, wt
are glad to know, still lives in Edge
jfleld county. In these days of making
new counties, this is quite a big thing
to say.
Rumors are rife that the Cumber
land Gap railroad is to be sold again,
and that }he South Carolina and the
Southern road are both crazy to get it,
the object being to build on to Green
wood or McCormick.
.Miss Sophie Abney, of our town,
tuts the general agency for the sale of
"Chapman's History of Edgefield
County," and will soon begin a can
vass for subscribers thereto. She will
no doubt meet with great success, as
-"She ^oughts
On Saturday last at her home in the
.Mveting Street section Mrs. Mary A.
Jlat t, wife of Mr. William Hart, de
parted this life after a short Illness.
The funeral at Rocky Creek church on
Sunday was conducted by Dr. L. a.
O walt ney and was attended by a large
concourse of friends and relatives.
Mrs. Hart left a husband aud eleven
children to mourn their loss, to whom
our sympathies are extended
An exchange says : "If any garden
er wishes onions for family use or
marketing he should plant the sets or
huttons between the first and middle
of October. To insure the largest
yield mark oti'rows ten inches apart
and plant one set every three inches.
?Give a heavy top dressing of lot ma
nure for winter. Keep weeds down in
the early spring, give shallow cultiva
tion and apply manure liberally. In
this way a plot of ground 10 by 30 feet
will yield about 1,500 onions.
S?w Wheat, Too.
Mr, J?s. T. Ouzt8, Elmwood Post Of
fice Edgefield county, has seed wheat
for sale. This variety has been raised
in that section of Edgefield for forty
years and has given satisfaction gen
erally.
Dr. Hu eh Shaw Hurt.
One day of last week while out driv
ing Dr. H. A. Shaw was thrown from
ins buggy (the horse having run away)
and was severely if not dangerously
injured. Several ribs were broken and
a severe contusion of the head receiv
?ed. Dr. Shaw is nearly seventy years
.of age and although in comparatively
5i<)od health some apprehensious are
.entertained by his friends that this ac
odes: nay prove a very serious mat
ter.
Baptist Association, Colored.
MR. EDITOR: Please aunouuce
that the Simons Ridge Samaritan
Baptist Association will convene
?with the Liberty Spring church,
Thursday before the third Sunday
in October, 1896.
WM. PETERSON, Mod'r.
JR. A. GREEN, Cl'k.
Summer Diarrhoea Cured.
G. W. Clark, McGregor, Texas,
says: ''Our little baby daughtei
bas beeu cured >f a violent ease oi
summer diarrhea from Teething,
by the use of Dr. King's Royal
Germetuer. She had been truced
nearly to a skeleton. The f ?"3t dose
of Germetuer helped ber, and now
is well and fat."
6T0RE YOUR COTTON.
I ?a^? the management of the
Edgefield Brick Warehouse and
\will stcre Cotton at 25e. per bale
?per month.
E. J. NORRIS.
For cash only, Jeweller Fox offers
Sor the next thirty days a discount all
goods in stock of 33^'?.
Goto Dr. W. B. Pann's for fresh
turnip .seed.
A new upright piano, oak ease, 1%
-octaves, with stool cover and instruc
tion book, for sale. Price ?160. Ap
ply at this office.
We bare lust received our fresh
-?rook Turnip >Seed-Laodreth's &
?uists, ^E-LTNCH.
CARD FROM MR. WILLIAMS.
MK. EDITOR: I seriously regret
the necessity of burdening the pub
lie with the personal differences
between L. D. White and myself,
but ordi airy s^'.f respect raquire?
tba' I pay some attention to Mr.
White's communication in your
last issue.
When I asked the people of
Edge fie ld for office in 1894, Mr.
White, prompted by jealousy pud
that alone, made a canvass against
me an,l circulated iumors on me
that he now admits :o have been
"slanderous" and the highest vin
dication I could get 1 received at
the hands of the people who over
whelmingly elected me. lam only
human and when he ran for the
same office in '96 I retaliated upon
him. That is the situation in a
nut shell.
Then our mutual friends look
the matter in hand to bring about
n settlement, cud finally Messrs.
W. B. Quarlea and W. A. Cheat
ham succeeded in bringing about
w hat I thought an end to the whole
matter upon the following terms:
That as Slr. White had committed
th? fir6t wrong he should first ex
plain. Then I should withdraw
my charges and leave it as if they
had never been written-no gentle
man could do more or less. That
this should be a final settlement
and if Mr. White o:: myself were
asked about if, VP were to refer all
parties to Messrs. Cheatbam and
Quarles for an explanation. They
said Mr. White or myself should
neither have the right to discuss
it wi'h anybody, which I have stu
diously lived up to.
Imagine my surprise when Mr.
White's article was. brought to my
attention! Messrs. Cheatham and
Quarles are brothers-in-laws of
Mr. While, but it would be hard
for me to believe that they would
deliberately seek to betray me for
Mr. White's advantage. They are
men of the highest integrity and
fairness and I thiLk I have the
right to demand of them that they
vindicate the truth of my state
ments and let thc blame rest where
it b?louga, or untie my bauds by
relieving me of my pledge to them
to refrain from discussing details
so that I can defend myself, I am
under no pledge to Mr. White, but
to them, and thoy stated to me ibat
Mr. White was under the same
pledge to them.
I should expect to find but small
glory in breaking my pledge to
manufacture political capital, and
I renew my demand upon Messrs.
Cheatbam aud Quartes to vindi
cate me or unsh??kle me so that I
can honorably meet Mr. White in
ray own defence. In either event I
shall have no fear of the result.
L. J. WILLIAMS.
Oct. 1st, '96.
Reading a book
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his family took ast Spring when
they felt so miserable, so tired
out. He will tell you
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Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
. Court of Common Pleas.
A. J. Norris, vs. Martin DuBoiee.
PUBSUAOT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at public
outcry before the court house,
town of Edgefield and State of
South Carolina on tbefir*t Monday
in November 1896 (being the 2nd
day of said month) between the
legal hours of sale the following
described realty to wit:
All that house and lot of laud,
conveyed to defendant by Mrs.
Julia R. &?088. ia Wise township
ou tbe road from Edgefield court
house to Tronton, South Carolina,
the bouse and lot of land, being
the *ame Jot purchased from
the said Julia ft, ?lp?? and paid
for, by the said A. J. Nor
ris, this mortgage is given to f-e.
cure to him the payment of the
purchase money, The lot contains
eleven | (Hf) acres, more or Jess,
aud is bounded by lauds of R. A.
Green, Henry Coben, J. R. Abney,
aud others.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash
and the ba?auce on a credit of one
year with interest from the day of
sale, Purchaser to give bond and
a mortgage of tho premises to se
cure the payment of the credit
portion or all cash at the purcha
sers option.
Purchaser to pav for papers.
W.F.RQATI-I,
plaster E. G.
Oct. 6-ii.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
Court Common Ple<ts.
The British and American Mort
gage Company (Limited) Plain
tiff vs. Jasper B. Thurmond,
et. ol., Defendants.
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sile at pub
lic out cry before the court house,
town of Edgefield and State of
South Caiolina on the first Mou
day in November 1896 ("being the
2nd day of said month) between
the legal boure of sale, the follovT
ing described realty to wit:
All that tract of land in Edge
field county. South Carolina con
taining one hundred and sixty-five
(165) acres, more or less, and
bounded on the north by ?ands of
C. J. Holmes, and Elizabeth
Howie, east by the estate of M. W.
Gary, on the south by lands of T.
P. Howie and Ella Smith, and on
the west by the Savannah River.
Terms of Sale : One third cash,
and the balance ou a credit of one
and two years with interest from
the day of sale. Purchasier to give
bond and a mortgage of Ihe prem
ises to secure the payment of the
credit portion or all cash at the
purchasers option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
Oct. 6-it.
MASTER'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
Court Common Pleas.
The Bank of Edgefield vu. J. H.
Busse} et. al.,
PURRSUANT to the judgment of
foreclosur? in this cause, I will of
fer for sale at public out cry be
fore the courthouse, town of Edge
field and State of South Carolina
on the first Monday in November
1896, (being the 2nd day of said
month) between the legal hours of
sale the following described realty
to wit:
All his interest (the same being
one-half) in that certain tract or
parcel of land, lying being and
situated in Edgefield couty South
Carolina,on the waters of Savan
nah River, containing five hun
dred and ninety-four (594) acres,
moro or tass, and bounded on the
north by the estate of Jonathau
Taylor, east by Mrs. L. Crafton,
south by M.A. Markeri, and west
by Savannah River.
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
morlgage of the premises to secure
the payment of the credit portion
or all cash at the purchasers op
tion.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
Oct. 6-4t.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
Court Common Pleas.
The Scotish American Mortgage
Company of London (Limited)
vs. W. H. Ouzts et al.,
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at public
outcry before the court house,
town of Edgefield, and State of
South Carolina on the first Mon
day in November 1896 (b^ing the
2nd day of said month) between
tho legal hours of sale, the fellow
ing described realty io wit:
All that tract of land, lying
being, and situate in the county of
Edgefield and State of South Car
olina, contain ng three hundred
and thirty-five (335) acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of B. R.
Tillman other laudB of William
H. Ouzts and lands of A. J. Tim
merman, Henry Waite, and Dorn,
and others.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash
and the balance on a credit of one
year with interest on the credit
portico from the day of sale.. Pur
chaser to give bond and a mort
gage of the premises to secure the
payment of the credit portion or
all cash at the purchaser's option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W, F. ROATH,
Master, E. C.
Oct. 6-4t.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
Court of Common Pleas.
The American Freehold Laud
Mortgage Company of London
(Limited) vs. Emma E. Byrd
et. al.,
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at public
outcry before the court house,
town of Edgefield and State of
South Carolina on the first Mon
day in November 1896 (being tho
2nd day of said month) between
the legal hours of saie, the follow
ing described realty to wit :
All that tract or parcel of laud,
situate, lying arni bjeiug in the
county and Statu aforesaid, con
taining two hundred and forty,
seven (247) acres, more or %ss,
and bounded on the north by lands
of Mrs. Pickens Harrison, on the
?asi; foy lauds of John C. Watson,
op the south by ,'iand? pf James
Mason audofjien, and on the west
by lands of the e'scats qf p, j( Q\\.
christ.
Terras of Sale; One-half cash,
and the balance on a credit of one
year with interest from the day of
sale. Purchaser lo give bond and
a mortgage of the premises, rose*
cure the payment of the credit
portion or all cash at the purcha
sers option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
/pct. 6-4L
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
Court Corumou Pleas.
The Arnerican Freehold Land
Mortgage Company of London
(Limited) vs. Benjamiu R. Hill
et. al., '
PURSUANT to the decree, I will of
fer for sale at public outcry before
the court house, town of Edgefield
and State of South Carolina, ou
the first Mouday in November
1896 (being the 2nd day of ?aid
mouth) butween the legal hours
of sale, the following described
realty to wit :
No. 1. All that tract or parcel of
land, lying, situate, and being in
Cooper township, Edgefield coun
ty, and State of South Carolina,
containing nine hundred and fifty
(950) acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of B. R. Hill \V.
H. Frazier, J. J, Cooper,'by Saluda
River, by Wilson Creek, and by
otter lands.
No. 2. All that tract of land, ly
ing, situate, and being in Edgefield
county, and State of South Caroli
na, containing one hundred and
eighty-five (185) acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of B. R. Hill
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
aud a mortgage of the premises to
8eoure the payment of the credit
portion or all cash at the pur
chase's option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
Oct, 6-4t.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
Court Common Pleas.
Stuart Phinizy and James Tobin,
partners doing business, under
the firm name of Phiuizy & Co.,
vs. B. W. Fair.
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at public
outcry before the court house, town of
Edgefield and State of South Carolina,
on the first Monday in November. J896,
(being the 2nd day of said month) be
tween the lpgral hours of sale, qbe fol
lowing described realty to wit:
The undivided one-fourth (i)
interest in all that parcel or tract
of land, with the improvements
thereon, situate, lying and being iu
the county of Edgefield and State
of South Carolina, and known as
the "J. H. Fair Horns' Creek
place" and containing one hun
dred and sixty (160) acres, more
or less, and bounded on the north
by lauds of Miss Jennie Fair, on
the east by lands of Frank Bettis,
on the South by lauds of the es
tate of John A. Wise, and on the
west by lands of J. N. Fair.
Terms cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C.
Oct. 6-4t.
Master's Sale
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
Court Common Pleas.
The-British and Ameiican Mort
gage Company (Limited) vs.
Abney Corley et, al.,
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at public
outcry before the court house,
town of Edgefield and State of
South Caroliua on the first Mon
day in November 1896 (beiug the
2nd day of said month) between
the legal hours of sale, the follow
ing described realty to wit:
All that tract of land, lying in
the county of Edgefield and State
of South Carolina, in Moss Town
ship on Turkey Creek, bounded by
lands of William Peterson, John
Williams, Mrs. Fannie Nicholson,
Sam Cheatham and the Martin
Town Road, containing two hun
dred (200) acres, more or less.
Termp of Sale : One-fourth cash,
balance on a credit of OUR two and
three years with interest from the
day of sale. Perchaser to give bond
and a mortgage of the premises, to
secure the paymeut of the credit
portion or all oash at the pur
chase's option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Oct. 6-4th.
MASTERS SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
Court Commou Pleas.
Th? Land Mortgage Investment
and Agency Company of Ameri
ca (Limited) vs. Mrs. Martha A.
Mathis.
PURSUANT to the decree of fore
closure in this cause, 1 will offer
for sale at public outcry before
the court house, town of Edgefield
aud State of South Carolina on the
first Mouday in November 1896
(beiug the 2nd day of said month)
between the legal hours of sale,
the following described realty to
wit:
All thai tract or parcel of land,
lvi?? and being and situate in
tho ?QUniy apel Stade aforesaid, to
wit: One hundred and eighty-five
(185) acree, more or less, situated
in Grantor Collins township, eight
(8) miles east of Clarks Hill, A.
& K. R. R., on the north by Lau
rence Miller, east by Laurence
Miller, and Mrs. Francis Cnlbreath,
on the south by lauds of Mrs.
Francis iiaojigtyirf, arid PH toe
west hy lands of D. P. M,?thi? ai)4
the Martin Town Road.
Terms of Sale; One half oash, and
the balance on a ??redit of one year,
with interest from the day of sale.
Purchaser to give bond and a mort
gage of the premises to secure the pay
ment of the oredlt port ion or ?ll cash
at the purchaser's option,
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master E. C. I
Oct. 6-4t.
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New Goods,
Pretty Goods
Stylish Goods
And
CHEAP GOODS.
These are characteristics of th
goods on ourcounterB. Every sei
son one member of our firm visil
the best Northern markets forth
purpose of buyiug our stock. W
buy from the largest and best in
porters and jobbers a?d get gooc
at the very lowest prices. This sei
son we have bought e very th i u
necessary to make our stock (
Dry Goods and Shoes perfect, au
we courteously invite our frienc
to come and see us.
DRESS
GOODS.
In buying these goods we ha\
made every effort to select such a
will please our lady friends, an
we feel sure we can interest thei
if they will examine our new stool
Our Persian Henrietta and Tai
feta Moire at 15c. are the latest fe
waists. French Boukleys and Far
cy Sulton Woollens are the popi
lar goods for suits. Don't fail t
see ours.
Our Serges at 20c. are exact]
the same quality as sold last wie
ter at 25c.
A full line of high priced Ca?h
meres and Henriettas.
Everything needful for trim
I ming8 we have.
Our Silks are superbly beautifu
Velvets aud Velveteens in al
the- popular shades.
PRLNfS AND
GINGHAMS
Absolutely the prettiest Print
ever brought to this town can b
-;een in our store at the old pripc
50c.
Our Pacific and Wiudsor Per
sian Novelties will please anybody
We sell the best Gingham a
5c. ever sold at that price.
SATINES.
These goods- are gotten up ii
very att-active designs and are ex
ceedingly cheap. See them.
Percales at 10c. that surpass al
others in quality.
HAMBURG
LACES, &c
All that is required of you is tc
look. We know we can show you
anything you need in this line
from a modest little Edging at 5c.
to something just lovely at 50c.
Torchon Laces, Val. Laces, and all
Silk Laces in endless quantities at
prices just too low.
Flannels.
That "indispensable" article for
winter can be had at 12c. to 35c.
Twill is the same quality that sold
last.winter for 50c.
Shirtings, Sheetings, &c.-We
can sell these goods justas cheap
as when cotton was worth 5c. Ask
for our prices before buyiug. We
will save you money. That just
means we sell these goods cheaper
than anybody else.
Hosiery.-Always a complete
line of Ladies' and Misses' Hose
and Geuts' Half Hose in stock. If
you want a pair of Cleopatra fast
black stainless Hose don't pay
somebody 25c. for them. Just come
and tell us your trouble, and we
will sell you two pair for that
quarter. Gentlemen, don't be with
out, when 3 pair of heavy seamless
i Hose can be bought of us for 25c.
Underwear.-We have bought a
very heavy stock of Underwear.
See our Ladies' and Mon's Under
vests at 25 and 50c. They are with
out au equal for the money. Do
you need an all wool suit of Un
derwear'' We bought a job of
these aud can sell you a $3.00 for
just $2.00.
Dress Shirts, Neckwear, &c.
One of the most attractive as
sortments of Gents' Dress Shirts
and Neckwear that can be found
outside of a large city. Our $1.00
Fancy Shirt is sold everywhere at
$1.25. Our40c. Unlaundered Shirt
is the best one you ever saw. The
very latest things in Collars, Cuffs,
Scarfs and Ties will be seen in our
store. Some novelties at job prices.
R & G. COR SETS always on
hand. If you want a first-class
article real cheap ask for a "Vigi
lant."
PANTS AND
PANTS GOODS.
We sell the best pair of
all wool Pants made for
$1.00. Our line of Jeans is
simply immense. We are
selling some all wool.8 oz.
Jeans 20 per cent, lower
than last winter prices.
SHOES ! SHOES 1 !
We have bought Shoes cheaper
and are selling them cheaper than
anybody has ever sold them here.
We bought a job of Men's and La
dies' Shoes to be sold at $1.00.
Some of the same Shoes are being
sold regularly at $1.25 and $1.50.
An immense stock of Men's and
Women's beavv Shoes. Wo guar
antee every one of our Men's $1.25
Brogans. Look at our $3.00 Men's
Calf Hand Sored Shoe and our
Ladies' Dongola Kid Button at
$2.50. They are made by Parsons
& Son and every pair is guaran
teed to give the wearer satisfaction.
Don't comp to Edgefield without
porn inj in our blore. ?jaka jt your
stopping place. Leave your pack
ages in our charge, We have a
place for them. And don't leave
Without letting i]B sh.ovy you gonie
thiDg,
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Sept. 22-'96.
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Indorsed by D. W. FiaxmMS, Drucgist.
"PP I' Lippman's Great Remedy, cured me of difficult breath
ing and palpitation of th? heart. Hail not slept on either side for
two years : now I sleep soundly In any poejtjon."
A. M. RAMSAY, De Leon, Tex
At Sworn to and subscribed be/ore me,"
J. IL Lo.ilB??T, Noury Public.
"Suffered for years with a disagreeable eruption on my face.
Van ons remedies failed 10 remove it. Three bottles of P. P. P,, Lipp
mann Great Remedy, completely cured mc."
CAM:. J. D. JOHNSON, Savannah, Ga.
I CATARRH
MALARIA
KIDNEY
TROUBLES
PIMPLES
BLOTCHES
&OLD SORES
BLOOD=
POISONING
RHEUMATISM
SCROFULA &c
A
i SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS
SEND FOR
For fe?ale by G. L. PENN & SON.
SCHEDULE.
C. Ci. G. & C. B. R? COMPANY.
July U\ 1896^
Lv Columbia via. Southon! Rail
way 4 30 .?i na
Lv Augusta 5 00 a &
Lv Edgefield t? 15 a m
Lv Trenton 7 15 a m
Ar Aiken 8 35 am
Lv Aiken ll 10 a m
Lv Trenton 12 35 pm
Ar Edgefield 1 00 p m
Ar Columbia via. Southern Rail
way 5 05 p m
Lv Edgefield 2 25 p m
Lv Treutou via. Southern Rail
way 3 23 p m
Ar Augusta 4 15 p m
Ar Columbia 5 05 p m
Lv Columbia via. Southern Rail
way 1 15 p m
Lv Augusta 2 30 p m
Lv Trenton 3 23 p m
\v Edgefield 3 45 p m
E. G HALTIWANGER.
Frt. & Passenger A'gt. Edgefield,
3. C.
I. W. FOWLER, Agent for Pur
?hasing Committee, Aiken, S. C.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
CAROLINA RAILWAY.
'Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Oct. 1, 1S96.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 a ni 715pm
Ar Greenwood.. 12 17p m ll ??0 p in
Ar Anderson_ 7 30 p m .
Ar Laurens_ 115pm 7 00 am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glen n Sp'gs_4 05 p m .
Ar Spartanburg.. 3 00 p m 10 20 a m
Ar Saluda- 5 23 pm 5 23 p m
AT Henderson ville 5 51 p m 1 45 p m
ArAsnville.645pm .
Lv Ashville.... 820am .
Lv Spartanburg 1145 am 4 00pm
Lv Greenville - 1155am 4 00 pm
Lv Laurens- 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson.. 10 25 am .
Lv Greenwood.. 2 28 pm 5 00am
Ar Augusta- 5 05 pm 9 35 am
lr Savannah_ 5 55 a m .
Lv Greenwood.. 5 23 p in
Ar Raleigh- 1 26 a in
Ar Norfolk 1 " "J
lr Pete' jurg - 6 Ou a m
\rRicumond....6 40a ni
Close connections at Greenwood for
ill points on S.A. L., and Ci and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
Southern Railway.
For information relative to tickets,
.ates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIO, Uen. Pass. A gt.
Augusta, Ga.
Having rented the Edge
Scld Hotel, the Old Saluda
fl ouse, I am now prepared to
entertain travellers, boarders,
Tangent or permanent, at rea
sonable rates,
Solicitiiia share of the
patronage of thc public, 1 am
?.ours to please,
R. f SCURRY.
Ldgeheld, S. C.
Nov. 5, '95.
Fresh turnip seed at Penn's of the fol
owing varieties: Yellow Rutabaga"
Red Top, White Flat Dutch, Yellow*
Aberdeen, Golden Rail. White Globed
Vellow Globe, %ven T|>.p, llanover.
UNLIMITED
DISTRIBUTION
OF GREENBACKS,
Continual
Distribution
of Silver, and
PERPETUAL
DISTRIBUTION OF
Gr O LD.
- (* * *)
Will keep the people everlast
ingly flush with all kinds of raou
ey. But there seems to be a great
period of plenty in this communi
ty and most everybody has money
to spend.
3 Kinds of People Here !
FIRST KIND-Are the men
who are looking for a farm wagou,
or a log wagon or a general pur
pose wagon. We are looking for
such men. The "OLD HICKORY"
Wagon has all the qualities of a
First-Class ^uAroON.
Truth, we guarantee them the best.
We want you to see these Wagons,
will show them up if you will
please favor us with a cali. The
price is right and we can agree on
terms. BUY A NEW WAGOR Now
WHILE YOU HAVE MONEY?
2nd Kind.
A great many have laid away a
nice spec of money with which to
purchase Buggies. We have put in
a class of rhese vehicles which are
the wonder of the State. Such
well built, elegantly finished, easy
riding, wearable vehicles, at equal
ly wouderment prices. Prices
which are a little less than your
pocket book.
3rd Kind.
AV II E E L s ! BIKES!! The
vehicle of the 19th r . tory. Bi
cycle i for men am a in these
makes, CRESCENT, C R A W
FORD, and MONARCH,
and appended pricep. $50.00 to
$75.00; a pretty little discount for
"6pot caRh." In all the above ad
vertised goods we refund money if
goods are not satisfactory,
RAMSEY & BLAND
EDGEFIELD & JOHNSTON.
Juno 23, 1896,
Wanted-An Idea
Who caa think
of tome Pimplo
IhiBg to patent?
Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., Potent Attor
ney!. Washington, D. C.. for their $i,8U0 prij? oller
and lUt of two hundred lnrentlom wonted
Now fe the tirr\? to sub
scribe for the Advertiser.
Bryan and Silver.
The Nitronal Campaign now begun
will be'of more absorbinginterest than
any since 1876. The contest will ex
tend to every State North and West,
and Massachusetts will be as debatable
ground as Michigan. The Democratic
standard-bearer, William J. Bryan,
will take the Hag of Free Silver into
the very citadels of Gold, and from llrst
to lastjthe struggle will be sensational.
There will not be a dull week from
.now until November. The State is the
Heading South Carolina Newspaper
siirT??OlUng the National Democratic
Ticketar^-the National Democratic
Platform. It istn^ilmittfM? champion
of the great issue of Bimetallism, upon
*"Vh the battle will be fought. It
i1.'i:?iwfl""' been a ?00d newspaper,
??H ?? i' u than ever during
and will be bette. rlie neoDie
this struggle. It will kee?. P?
of South Carolina closely informs
the progress and prospects of the cam
paign. No Democrat seeking Demo
cratic news and doctrine can afford to
be without it.
CAMPAIGV RATES.
To place it within the reach of ev
erybody, the Daily State will be sent
from this time until Nov. 10 to any
address for $l.7?, and The Semi-Weekly
State for 40 cents. The reduction is
great, and to get the full advantage of
i'; subscriptions, with the cash, should
be sent at once. Address,
THE STATE, Cohn
imbia, S. C.
E'/H-GL?SSB
KORE --^c
MITCHELL'S ;
YE-SALV
AC?rtr!a,S?fe and 1 ?frctlv? E. Kc?> ?::
SORE, mt, mm <.:?.?,
ProducingLcxg-S^'.?^j,.--3, ajh:: . . .
hg the Sf$hi si Ola.
Cures Teer b>c;:-\ . i :.:?-'-'.ie
Tumor?, Sc:i E? ? s. S .: xi V.- :
AID mm ?S T-: '? ??? ? n
Also, equally <.'": - - --ii at
maladies, Borh . . , ?. . - ,
Vaincra. Kn?f : ' . Karv - *
Tvherevoi'.-i. . ll; . V
Bald by ??) ?tO.***"*
DISEASES
Tho Ideal Rc racily for all dis
eases o( the stomacb and bow
el*, Mach ns Diarrhoea, Dyson
tory. Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Crnmps, I OM of Appetite, etc^
ls that standard of all medi
ci a es,
. . DR. KING'S . .
ROYAL GERMETUER.
Thousands of Ccr Utica tes attest Ute fact.
Mr. L. T. Collier. Kosciusko. Miss., says: "Mr
bowels would act from tea to t>venty times a ?lay, of
a bloody, mucus nature, and on the left side of ny
lower bowel was a place about thc size of a dollar,
that gave mc much pain. My food would not Jljjcst.
and my kidneys were very badly out of order. Twas
treated by the best physicians, and they said I could
live but a short while. I then commenced using
Royal Germetuer. In three weeks 1 could eat any
thinj, and do as much work as ever. I continued
the Germetuer, and can testify that I am entirely
cured, and that Germetuer did the work."
yw-^tt nI??o speedily earea
l?^3?t'atarih. Rheumatism,
Fevers and Malaria. Kidney
and Bladder Tronbles, Debllf.
ty, and Xorvnn* Prostration,
Inability to Sleep, etc. It la as
pleasant to laka as lemonade,
and bnilds np from the first
dose, lt eures disease by re?
moving the canse.
W3TSol<rby Druggists, Om Dollar.
MANCFACTUREO ONLY BY
THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL CO., ATLANTA, GA.
WHITE FOB 48-PAGE BOOK, BAILED FBEB,
Ha? GERKETTJEB PILES and
GERHETUEB COUGH SYRUP.
W1U Fenn keeps all kind of turnip
reed.

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