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Edeefield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23.
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Mrs. Jas. H. Tillman has gone to the
mountains for a few weeks.
The Advertiser and Home and Farm,
both, one year $1.50.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tannahill, of
Augusta, Ga., are visiting relatives in
oar town.
Glue your eyes on Padgett & Nor
) is's insurance card and get ready for
the winter fires.
Col. Sam Mays bas lost a horse and
buggy, strayed or stolen. See particu
lars in his advertisement herewith.
Messrs. Jas. E. Hart and J. W. Peak
left for ?Tew York on Monday of this
week to make their fall and winter
parchases.
The South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute opens on Thursday, Sept 28.
See the big announcement in this issue
of the old Advertiser.
P. Brooks Mayson, Esq., is sojourn
ing at Glenn Springs for a few weeks.
Brooks bas gone to Glenn's to enjoy
the DOLCE PAX KIKVTX.
The Advertiser and Frank Leslie's
Illustrated Weekly, both, one year for
$3.00.
They are coming from all parts of
the State. We mean students for the
S. C. C. I. Brighter prospects than
ever before are those ahead for the
coming session.
For Headache caused most liiiel j by
a Disordered Stomach, accompanied
by Constipation, use Dr. M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. For sale by G.
L. Penn & Son.
John Price, the negro charged with
the attempt to burn the dwelling bouse
of Mrs. Jas. Abney, has been lodged in
our ounty jail. He was captured in
Aiken county.
Dr. F. G. Asbilk of Sidge Spring;
planted this year ten aeres in toma
toes. The Doctor is now engaged in
canning . these tomatoes at his own
canning factory just finished.
Capt. Claude E. Sawyer, Solicitor of
the Second Circuit, late Captain in the
Second South Carolina Regiment of
the Cuban army, bas been appointed
captain in the United States army for
duty in tbe Philippines.
More new cotton has reached the
seaports and the cotton centres up to
date this season than for any season
since the war at the same date. This
is said to be an infallible sign of a
short crop, and cotton goes down be
cause it is being rushed m.
If you want the best results, an edu
cation tbat wi ! J fit your son or daugh
ter for the inevitable battle with the
world, the struggle for a livelihood,
the effort to "get there," send bim or
her, Ornoth of them, to the S. C. C. I.
next session. Remember, all grad
uates of this institution are guaran
teed positions.
"Three Score" came to us too late for
this week, but will appear next week.
This will, we regret to say, be tbe lest
of the series. We hope, however, that
this esteemed contributor will take up
his pen again at an early day. Our
readers bave been delighted to read
these old reminiscences of EdgefiV'.,
and desire to see them continued uniil
there is nothing more to tell.
In Diarrhoe Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine is invaluable. Ii gives
Tone to tbe Stomach, Aids Digestion
and Assists Nature in oarrying off all
Impurities. For sale by G. L. Penn &
Son.
Prof. L. E. Cogburn, one of the re
cent S. C. C. I. graduates, at present
with Mr. J. E. Hart, has spoored a good
school at Henderson ville, Colleton
county. We congratulate Henderson
ville at having secured so worthy and
capable an instructor for ber school.
This makes seven out of the nineS. C.
C. I. graduates who have secured good
places for the next year.
The number of the Faculty of the S.
C. CT. has been increased to sixteen
eight of either sex. This increase
shows that the S. C. C. I. is on the up
grade, is here not only to stay, but to
grow and prosper until there wont be
standing room in the old town for the
boys and girls who come here to attend
school. .
The Rev. G. G. Mayes having accept
ed a call to tbe Second Presbyterian
church at Greenville, S. C., will leave
our town for bis new field of labor
about Oct. 1st. During his residence
in our town Mr. Mayes bas won the
highest esteem of our people without
regard to denomination. We wish him
an abundant success in the mountain
city or wherever his lines may be cast.
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or Tab
lets are Effective, Elegant to take, and
produce no unpleasant Af ter-Re.-ults.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
Our Edgefleld Institute or Summer
School for Ter chers is progressing sat
isfactorily.' As laymen are not admit
ted, we have nothing special to report
except the school opened with a larger
attendance than any county institute
in tbe State, outside of tbe cities. In
this connection we feel justified in say
ing that Superintendent of Education
McMaban has done more for the
schools of South Carolina than all of
bis predecessors since tbe flood-Noah's
flood we mean.
Adjutant Lewis Smith, one of the
graduates of tbe S. C. C. I. at the re
cent commencement, had the misfor
tune on last Saturday night to acci
dentally shoot his mother, from the
effects of which she died in a few hours.
Mr. Smith lived at Williston with bis
parents. Dr. and Mrs. M. Smith. The
accident occurred in this wise: In at
tempting to remove his pistol from his
pocket it was accidentally discharged,
and his beloved mother received the
contents in ber person. Daring his
year's sojourn in Edgefleld Cadet
Smith made many friends, who will
grieve witb^bim in this sore bereave
ment.
AX OPPORTUNITY FOR A
GRADED OR HIGH
SCHOOL.
Prof. J. A. Mette, of Trenton, S.
C., who bas recently been engaged
in newspaper work, has decided to
resume teaching, 'and is looking
for a place for another year. Prof.
Mette was educated at the South
Carolina College, and has five
years experience as principal of
high and graded schools. Ho is
qualified to teach Latin, Greek,
French, German, English, tho
sciences, and the higher mathe
matics. Dr. E. L. PattoD, former
professor of ancient languages in
the South Carolina College, has
given him the following testimo
nial:
"John Allen Mette was a student
in the South Carolina College for
four years, taking the literary
course, including, among other
Btudies, Latin and the modern
languages. He was thoroughly
prepared, when he left college, for
that important work to which he
has since devoted himself, and in
which he has been eminently suc
cessful from the first. He has re
ceived testimonials to this effect
from those who are most compe
tent to decide in reference to his
qualifications as a teacher in our
high schools, Although some ten
years have elapsed since he wai a
student in he South Carolina Col
lege, we remember him with pleas
ure as a young man of fine talents
and great moral worth.
"As principal of the Central
Grammar Sohool, Augusta, Ga., if
called to that high and honorable
'position, I have no hesitation in
expressing my conviction that he
l-would give the very highest satis
faction to students and patrons."
Prof. Mette is familiar with mod
ern methods-of teaching, and knows
the requirements of a modern
school.
Sam Taylor Tells Us More About
What He Has Seen and Done.
There was a storm in North Caro
lina, and the wind blowed so hard
that it turned ?n old woman's
wash pot in-side-out, and she said
all she hated about it wis that the
legs and ears were on the inside of
the pot. That was one of the worst
storms I ever saw.
I will tell you about some of my
hunting in the mountains. I went
out one P. M. to kill some bats. I
didn't kill but a few, only 203, and
among them was the largest I ever
saw, be was 21 feet 4? inches from
tip to tip. He was a right nice bat
and'dont you forget it.
I will tell you about my Turkey
Creek hunt: I left home at 4
o'clock A. M. I went to kill a tur
key, but I never saw one. I walked
all day until about 3 P. M., and
sat down on a log to rest, and I
saw something mn towards me
and. I looked and looked, and it
was a big red cow ant. ? shot and
killed him and got Jack Samples
and Wash Adams to skin him and
bia weight was 42 pounds to the
quarter, and the meat ate like kid.
I took the hide and done like
Scout Gray, I tacked it up on side
the house to dry, then I had enough
meat to last two years.
Now, I tell you, if any one wants
to hunt ants, if you will ask H.?P.
Low he will tell you how to find
their tracks, and if he is not in
town you can get John Thomas in
his place.
SAM TAYLOR,
Per H. P. L.
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to tbe
public to know of one concern in tbe
land who are not afraid to be generous
to the needy and suffering. The pro
prietors of Dr. Ki n g's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
have given away over ten million trial
bottles of this great medicine j and
have the satisfaction of knowing it bas
absolutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, Bronchitis. Hoarseness
and all diseases of tbe Throat, Chest
and Lungs are surely ? cured by
it. Call on G. L. Penn & Son and get a
I free trial bottle. Regular size 50c and
: $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price
refunded.
Advertised Letters
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefleld C. H., S. C., Aug.
21,1899.
Master Baldwin,
Mrs Mary BoltoD,
Mrs Hattie May Crocker,
M Robert Edmond,
Mrs C Holley,
Andrew Henderson,
Miss Mamie Harrison,
Miss Anner Lestion,
Miss Mary E Lake,
Miss Mary Larmar,
Mr John N Mundy,
A L Payton,
Miss Marion Riley,
Mr Milton Snipes,
Mrs Silla Simpkins,
Mr John Myers,
Mr J M Miras,
Miss Agnes Melton.
When asking for letters on this hs1
say "advertised."
Very respectfully,
W. H. BRUNSON. P. M.
Let us know your wants, get our
prices, just give us an opportunity
and we will do you good. You
never will regret it if you do. Re
member the address, Augusta Car
riage Repository, A. Rosenthal,
Prop'r, Augusta, Ga.
J. F. Griffin, Lancaster, S. C., says:
For 18 years I have used and recom
mended Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine to all Painters as (heir best
medicine for painter's Colic and Tor
pid Liver. I find it far superior to
Zeilin's. For sale by G. L. Penn-&
Son.
j When you don't know what to
\ say it is best to say so.
If you pay down today you won't
be asked to pay up tomorrow.
The reason why a young pig eatB
so much is because he wants to be
a hog.
The self-made man put in more
than eight hours a day while work
ing at the job.
To prepare a girl to be a wife, and
a wife a mother, give her Simmons
Squaw Vine Wineor Tablets. For sale
by G. L. Penn & Son.
It's poor policy for a business
man to wait for tbe'sheriff to attend
to hie advertising.
A fish seldom gets into trouble
if it keeps its month shut-and
the some might be said of a man.
The smallest known insect, a
perasite of the lizard, is but one
ninetieth of an inch inch in length.
The Wheat Growers' Convention
at Greenwood was a sucoess, and
the prospect is that more wheat
will be sown this fall in South
Carolina than ever before in the
history of "the state.
Always destroy the dread of becom
ing a Mother by taking Simmons
Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets. For sale
by G. L. Penn & Son.
"Charlie," said she, sadly and
firmly, "it is useless for you to tell
me you have never loved bofore.
No amateur in the art of kissing
could curve them over the plate as
beautifully as you do."
Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, of
is spending his declining years
making money in true "robber
baron" style. A port of his farm
he has sold to the Standard Oil
Company for $342,000.
Mr. Benjamiu Boatwright of
Ridge Spring left for Baltimore
last Wednesday accompanied by
his eldest son and Rev. Edwin
Thayer. He goes to secure the
best surgical skill, as his condition
is such as to necessitate a surgical
operation.
To keep young-keep well, keep the
Nerves calm, the body ruddy and well
fed, and with Dr M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine regulate the Stomach and
Bowels. For sale by G. L. Penn & P >n.
August 16th: "At a congrega
tional meeting of the Second
Presbyterian church on Sunday,
Rev. George G. Mayes was called to
the pastorate of the church. Mr.
Mayes is a young minister of great
ability and with a distinguished
record for pastoral zeal. He is a
native of Sumter county, and has
heM pastorates "at Walhalla and
Edgefield."-Greenvill Mountain
tier.
Referring to rumor that Col. L.
W. Youmans will seek to supplant
Tillman in the senate, Barnwell
Sentinel says : "If a certain bril
liant son of Barnwell county, who
canvassed the state seven years
ago, and whose name has been
prominently mentioned in con
nection with United States
senatorial honors, enters the arena
in opposition to Tillman the cam
paign will be the hottest South
Carolina has ever witnessed, and
there will be plenty of thunder
and lightning."
Make Baby's Birth Quick, Easy and
almost Painless by taking Simmons
Squaw Vine Wi? e or Tablets. For sale
by G. L. Penn & Son..
There is now $514.43 in the !
treasury of the Gary Monument
associatian. This is a good start.
If every citizen of South Carolina
who admires heroism and
appreciates the blessing of white
supremacy in this state will send
a contribution to Col. John T.
Sloan, Columbia, S. C., the presid
ent of the association, it will not
take log to raise a fund sufficient to
erect a monument to the memory
of the "Bald Eagle of of Edgefield."
who did so much to win the victory
of 1876.-Columbia Record.
The costliest bicycle in the world
has just been finished at a gun
factory in Vienna. It will cost
more than $27,500. The owner is
a rich South African diamond king
and mine owner, who will present
the machine to his wife* on her
next birthday. At the last Vienna
Exposition it was admired by tho
thousands. This South African
millionaire was so struck with the
exquisite beauty of the wheel that
he bought it, and had it inlaid
with piecious stones and diamonds
on every possible part.
A clerical gentleman, just re
turned from Havana, says that
when he first went to the islands
dishonesty was almost unknown.
Dwellings and the schoolhouse
were left open vith no fear that
their contents wouid be disturbed.
Nowadays it is different, and it is
better to close doors at night or
things may be missed the next
morning. The people have little
or no idea of money, except to
spend it recklessly, or throw it
away. Some of the natives, whose
chief wealth was in laud, have been
cheated by scheming men who
offered them about one-half the
value of their lands.
Brave Men Fall.
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poisons
in the blood, backache, nervousness,
headache and tired, listess. run-down
feeling. But there s no need to feel
like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner,
Idaville, Ind. He says: "Electric
Bitters are just the thing for a man
when be is all run down, and don't
care whether he lives or dise. It did
more to give me new strength and good
appetite than anything I could take.
I can now eat anything and have a new
lease on life." Only 50 cents, at G. L.
Penn & Son's Drug Store. Every bottle
guaranteed.
BAY STA]
We are sole agents for the Bay Si
Shoe and Leather Co. You pay no jobi
profit, direct from manufacturer to c
summer.
We have just opened 47 cases of tl
celebrated shoes, others yet to arrive.
See our Men's Shoes at $1.00, $1.25, $1
See our Men's Low Cut Shoes, $1.25 ti.
See our Men's Vici Kid and Silk '
Tan Shoes at $3.
See our Ladies' Stylish Lace and But
Shoes at $2.00.
See our Ladies" Oxford Opera and St
Slippers at $1.00 to $1.75.
See our Children's and Misses' stool
Shoes and Slippers.
Prices, quality and styles are right.
Our stock of Clothing is TJnsurpassec
Hat and Furnishing Department ct
plete.
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No. 231 W. MAIN ST
EST. 1848. REI
Relmber
That I always keep a fresh assort
ment of Fancy and Heavy Gro
ceries on hand. When in need of
them give me a call. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
0. Sheppard, Jr.
j PLUM BRANCH DOTS.
DEAR EDITOR: We have been
waiting for rain that we might be
able tb give you something inter
esting, as we have failed to get
even a light shower, as same of our
neighbors have; because they
had paid the preacher and been
kind in some way to the editor, we
will in a small way help the editor
with a short letter to remind bim
that we can sympathise with him
these long hot dry days.
We are dry in this locality. I
heard a gentleman ask another,
"How is your crop?" The reply
came quick, "I have none, why it
ie bumed up." This is the mo?t
disastrous crop year that this
country has experienced in fifty
years ; that is as far back as I can
remember. Dr. Joe says he does not
remember anything to equal it,
and that old father Morgan said
that in the year 1800 there was
something like it ; the corn tassel
ed out so low that the geese pulled
the tassels out, after which the
rains set in and it continued to
ram at intervals just as it WEB
needed and they made pretty fair
corn, the ears coming out so near
the ground that the ends of the
ear rested on the ground as the
stalk was too slender to hold the
weight thereof.
Start at the northwest corner of
the county on the road to Edge
field C. H., a distance of twenty
six miles, the crops will not aver
age 50 per cent, of last year. Some
crops may go up as high as 75 per
cent, wheze they have had partial
showers, while others will fall be
low 50c. Early corn is a complete
failure, partly from drouth and
part from insects. One is a worm
boring the peth out at the root,
there is another commonly known
as the chinch bug which has been
infesting some crops in this lo
cality two or three years. The
cotton is opening prematurely and
the staple or lint is very Bhort.
There is some replanting of cotton
that if it could get rain in a few
days will mako a good half crop,
but with early or old cotton the
question is settled, it is too late to
put on a crop that will mature, the
only good rain will do ie it will
better mature the fruit that ?B on
it. The whole thing in a nut shell
ia that the outlook is gloomy.
What the farmer will or can do is
a serious question just now. Cot
ton at 5 or 6 cents and his rents,
grooery bill, aud with some bank
notes due from the 1st to the 15th
of November, be must sell, no
other alternative.
The speculator with Wall street
and Liverpool to back him, says
you must take what we say. We
have the money and you farmers
the cotton. Your factor, or the
merchant, has a mortgage on that
cotton and you must sell, so we
have you where you can't help
yourself and we know it. If it be
an eight or twelve million crop it
matters not, further we have ou ?
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agents out, both Bulls and Beare,
and they aro trained in their art.
They can inflate or do anything
that we like to get yout cotton at
our figures, i. e., we will rob you
and when we eau fiud no one else to
rob we will rob oue another. Thus
they go on grindmg, and so long
as the farmer sticks to the one
crop, cotton, he need not expect
anything but to be a hewer of wood
and a drawer of water, half clad,
bare-footed and hungry.
Brother Adams some of us can
boaet of eating home raised bis
cuit and feeding our stock on home
raised corn and oats, and we are
preparing to have it next year it?
more abundance. It looks a little
discounting about our lat* corn
and peas plan ted after small grain,
but we are sowing oats in our col
ton the last plowing and will con
tinue to sow as fast as we get land
clear of the present crop until we
get oats enough to feed our stock
and bread for the table. If it
comes a full crop we will have
some to sell, ii a half crop enough
to do. That is the only way we
can live and cope with the age.
Our little town is moving along
m?ely. .Our merch?uts are buyiug
and selling goods as usual not
withstanding the crop outlook.
We will soon hear the buz of the
cotton gin and the nosing around
of two or three cotton buyers. We
had about as good a market here
last fall as there was between
Greenwood and Augusta, three lo
cal buyers and some transient, and
we look for a still better market
this fall.
The health of our town is good.
The facts of the matter is that wc
have good water and as healthy a
l?caJitv as there is in the State,
two good churches, a good school
house, which our trustees propose
enlarging and improving. We have
a large school employing a princi
pal and oue assistant. Miss Sallie
Briggs was elected principal. So
you see we appreciate the true
worth of the fair sex. She taught
for us tho last session and give en
tire satisfaction.
Rev. J. C. Holley closed a pro
tracted meeting in the M. E.
Church last week, which we hope
will bring in much fruit.
The Rev. Mr. Brown will begin
a protracted meeting in the Bap
tist church next Sunday, which
we hope and trust will bring back
some of the wandering sheep of
Israel that they may taste once
more of their lost love and be
made whole. "Be ye holy as your
father in heaven ie holy."
DON CARLOS.
P;um Branch, Aug. 18.
Keep the Stomach and Bowels in
good condition, the Waste Avenues
open and fiee by an occasional dose of
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Mediane.
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Kindly permit us to advance
three cogent reasons why you
should use wines in your homes :
1st. Because, in addition tobe
ing delightful stimulants, pure
wines are the basis of nearly
every tonic preparation in the
world and are unexcelled to
build up tbe system and quiet,
the nerves.
THIS IS FOR
HEALTH'S SJ}KE.
2nd. Because, in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred, where
children become accustomed to the moderate use of wines on the
dining table and otherwise in the household, they never acquire a
taste for heavy intoxicants.
THIS is TOR TEMPERANCE: SAKE.
3rd. Because, the United States has facilities (climatic and in
dustrial) for making more wines than any other nation, and yet
France produces annually 1,100,000,000 gallons to our 25JJO0.O00. This
is an industry which, if. fostered, would thrive mightily and give
employment to thousands.
THIS IS FOR PROSPERITY'S SAKE.
The Dispensaries all carry a full line of our Wines,and there is no
danger of confounding them with others. We guarantee our goods
to give satisfaction and, upon written statement that they do not, to
the Dispensary from which they were purchased, money will be re
funded. Try thsse Wines and judge for yourself.
Very respectfully,
G-JLS^RTEl'SyT & CO.
J. I. CHIFLEY,
Builder and Repairer.
GREENWOOD, S. C.
A gent for Columbia, Cleveland ant
Eagle. Morgan & Wright tires, $5.50
per pair; M. & W. Tubes 85c Bimi
fit on 85c. Steel Balls )?o each. Spokeo
2c. Enameling $2. Vulcanizing 25c
Punctures repaired 10cand 18c.
Wheels to rent. V
Work guaranteed. 15 years exp erl?
"^^m?rr r^rr: - ence.
GfEO. P. G OBB,
?roBinsrsTo^riis.so,
Furniture and IHouseMd Good s
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Etc
HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
- H W? R ? E
Calls byVTelephone promptly'answer?d and attended to.
LOWEST PBIOES.
S F RI NB 1899
ANNOUNCEMENT,
To Our Many Friends of This County:
Our new and handsome Spring stock of Men's, Youth's
and Children's Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is now
ready for your inspeotion.
We have also a large and novel line of Ladies'
Shirt Waists, Collars, Neckwear and Bells.
We need no introduction to you, but have this to
say : We appreciate your kindness in the past and wil
assure you the same courteous treatment for the fat* *e
Kindly Remember Us.
/. C. LEVrs som & co.,
TAlLOR flliCLOTHIERS J{UGUSfA9 GA
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W J. RUTHERFORD & CO
-MANUFACTURERS |OF
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B R IO K #?
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-AND DEALERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hiar,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Ready Roofing
ANT) OlJLthJi MATERIAIA]
WRITE TO TTS FOR PRICES.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets, > AUGUSTA, GA
Souttiern HctilwaV
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE ll, 1S99.
No. 33
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\N. A. TURK, G. P. A., J. B. HEYWARD, T. P. 4*
Washington, LX C. Angus{L Gai
S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.

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