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WEDNESDAY, OCT. IS. ?JIIIIIIIIIllllIIII.llllllllllilllllllimillllMlllllllg I I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ? luiuuuiuiuiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiniiinniniiil Were half the power that fills the world with terror, W?.re half the wealth bestowed in camps and courts, Given to redeem the human mind from error, There were no need of arsenals and forts. -Longfellow. Cotton seed is selling for 20c per bushel in tbis market. Canned Goods of all kinds at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s. Rev. P. P. Blalo&k will preach at Berea on next Sunday at ll o'clock. Judge Campbell after a few days con finement to bis hom?: has asjai n appear ed on our streets aaid at his place of business. Mr. Barnwell Jon-es and family have moved into Mrs. Ann Tompkins' house on Colnmbia stree!;, just vacated by Maj. Dick Andersan. Mr. J, J.Bell's new house on Colum . bia street will be, when completed, a beautiful little cottage, in good taste as to outside and iaside adorning. Mr. Yon and wife, who was Miss Annie Reece, have returned to Edge field to live. Mr. Von has taken his old position in the cotton factory. Maj Dick Anders on and family have moved into their elegant new house on Columbia street, which is one of the handsomest residen.ces in our town. Hogs Feet, or Pij;s Feet, as you may prefer, at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s. Heavy stock KnWes, Forks, Spoons, all kinds of cutler;y, at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s. At the next meeting of the Board of County Commissioners an election will be held for Steward of the Poor House. There are a dozen or more candidates. We have heard some complaints about certain parties killing parti idges out of season, The law is specific as to the dates when hards can be killed, and this law should be rigidly en forced. Groceries-the heavy kind, the light kind, and the mftdinm-fresh, and we give down weights. L.E. Jacksot & Co. Sboesl Shoes! Perhaps it isn't so ] g* ?erally known as it should be, that we ke-?p Shoes, a heavy stock for ladies', gent's, and children. L. E. Jae?son & J Co. i We welcome to our town from Cleora \ Mr. T. C. Strom and family. They 1 occupy the old Kearsey house near : Beaverdurn creek. Mr. Strom proposes to take boarders, we understand. PHOTOGRAPHS in latest styles at rea sonable prices for first-class work. Children's photographs a specialty. All work neatly finis hed. R. H. Mims. Mr. J. Foster Cheat ham has sold his plantation, the old Jt'.arr place, to Mr. George Wise, of Trenton. Mr. Wise and family will move up as soon as Mr. Cheatham vacates, --^?kJarmer. don't ?neglect,now that ^f?? are working to !ma1re~every edge cut, to pot np a hs IC barrel of cotton boll pickles. The yoong bolls half grown make delicious pickles. "Cottontot" hits us again. "Cotton tot" should remember that Tuesday was an off day in Edg efield, our chief cotton buyer being absent and Sam Marsh, who stands nei:t to head, being in Trenton. Persons desiring iob printing-neat, up to date and on short notice-should call a* or 'phone The Advertiser office. "We keep a full supply of bill heads, packet note, letter heads, envelopes, wedding invitations, visiting cards, etc., on hard all the time. We hear that friend Link Elam will be a oandidate for the legislature next year, and in this connection we will again remind our readers that "Link" is a shortening of "Lincoln," and that he was not named for old) Abe; but fer Lincoln county, Ga. Roller-mill Flour and Water-ground Meal from "Our Bob" Parks's Parks ville Rober Mill. L. E- Jackson & Co. Those New York Crackers, sweet and straight, only thirty-two hours from the bakery, are joiitly styled de licious, at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s. < Corn has been selling for the past I few years at from 40c to 75c per bushel, , not often at the lattor figure. Wheat always brings $1 per bushel-and gen erally $1.25. Wheat, isas productive 1 on an average as oom, and requires 1 much less labor to make than corn, j Therefore, we say sow wheat, "both to sell and keep." 1 i FRUIT TREES-Gra-ve Vines, Straw- ? berry and Raspberry Plants, Nut-bear ing trees. Roses, Ornamental trees, ! etc. Orders solicited for any of she i above stock. R. H. Muns. "WANTED-A yonnjg man to travel, solicit, and collect for the Advertiser. 1 Must oe well recommended. Must also I be an immune as to s niallpox, measles ? and mumps, that is to say he must have had'em all, not necessarily all at . one time, but at some" time during his sojourn m this vale o f tears. Good big ! commission io a live unan, ? If yon want to se e Peak's "Trade ; Pullers" in Reefers a nd Jackets, Capes I ?nd Wraps for Ladies' and Children,1J you must, of course, go to the Racket Store. 110-horse power Boiler, return tubu lar, in good condition, for sale. Apply at this office. We hear that throe roller mills are to be established and put into opera tion at Johnston in t ime for next year's grinding. Mr. John Eidson is one of the parties, but the names of the other two have escaped UH. In this connec tion we would state, to show how much better a roller mill is than the old kind, that Mr. Martin Yonce tells us that he got 46>? pounds flour for every bushel of wheat be carried to Barr's Rolle. Mill this year. This roller mill is near Leesville. The old before the war mills only give you 3S to 40 pounds per bushel. Mr. Yonce also tells us that he made 90 bushels of wheat this sea son, and the only manure used was the seed from two bales of cotton. "ion,agentfjr South Carolina, fine opening, stamp for reply. "R," Box 146, Portsmouth, Va. Wraps for Ladies and Children, Children's Reefers and Ladies' Jackets from low down op, ?alf elsewhere prices. See before you boy, at Peak's Racket. The best cotton is selling in Edge teld to-day, Tuesday, at 7c. Mr. Lod Perry and sister, Miss Alice, re visiting Miss Curran Hartley over n Buncombe, Orange flowers in Buncombe the 1st if November prox., marriage will take dace in the Baptist church. Little Effie Whitaker, the bright and vinsome daughter of Mr. Whitaker of he cotton factory, is much better, we ire glad to state. The sweet and gentle little Allene Cozier Smith, daughter of Mr. H. A. smith, has, we are pleased to announce, vell-nigh recovered from her recent llness, and will soon be op and out igain, full of love and sunshine and lappiness. Our young friend R. A. Wash, of the Rehoboth section, has brought to nur ?fflce a mess of huge purple top tur rips, the largest of which weighed two )ounds and Ave ounces and the small ist one pound and ten ounces. These urnips, or rather the seed, were sown n July 'ast. Having already grown o such proportions, what would they lave been by Nov. 1st. We beg to call the attention of our utizens, esdecially mothers who have ittle tots in their homes to worry and o weary them all the day long, to the act that Mrs. King's Kindergarten at he residence of htr father, Dr. L. R. iwaltney, commenced exercises on ttonday of this week. All parents are nvited to visit the school at any hour d' the day that may be agreeable to hem. Mrs. King is said to have a vonderful tact and knack in the man .geraent cf the young cherub, of whom ivery one of us was one once, more or ess; and if we had had the proper raining in the "wee and weakling ears" might still be cherubs of a arger growth. Cotton Ginning. With the latest Improvements in ma ihinery lam now prepared to gin cot on for the public at lowest rates. My lersonal attention will be given to very bale giDned. Satisfaction guar ,nteed. D. B. HOLLINGSWORTH. Campbell's Restaurant. Bakery and butchershop are open to he public at all reasonable nours und it prices the same. Rear of Bank of Sdgefield is the place. Give me a call. G. W. CAMPBELL. Weather for September. Weather Observer C. A. LoDg, of Trenton, sends us the following lata of tho weather for the mouth ust ended : Max. Temp. 93 ; date 7th. Min. Temp. 48; date 30th. Mean Temp. 74.6. PRECIPITATION For Sept. 1.77 inches which is L.72 inches less than the 7 year Lverage for Sept. and 3.67 inches ess than the average for the first ) months of the year. Wlie ii in A. uglis You are invited and yaur headquarters, clothing store. We model way of doing plain figures-sellin _,_your neighbor-givi want it. New Fall g MEN'S AND MEN'S AND MEN'S AND are now ready-eyery head to foot, and that t The Shoe Depai t ment is a new fea ture this season. It is not amiss to say that it in every wiy reflects the high character of the remainder of the store. It will be the BEST, or not at all. Don't VKill the Goose That Lavs the Golden Egg." MR. EDITOR: Some three weeks jr so ago, in a short communica tion in your paper, I said tho neighboring towns to Edgefield ivsre paying more for cotton than yere the cotton buyers of Ed re sold. And ap it was then so it was ast week, and very likely will be JO this week. To substantiate my issertions. please allow me to state i few solid facts : 1st. On Tuesday, the 10th, Mr. 3am Nicholson went to Edgefield svith nine bales of cotton-some, of it of very good grade and some of it not so good. He was offered 6.65 ill round-declined to take it, and drove on to Johnston, where he realized 6.85 on the nine bales. 2nd. On the same day Mr. Mc Dowell carried cotton to Ninety 3L . He was paid 1\ for his cotton *nd 21c for his cotton seed. 3rd. On the same day Col. Pope Hagood went to Kirkseys and sold ns cotton for 7?, and got 21c for ais cotton seed. 4th. On the same day Mr. J. B. Davis sent thirteen bales of cotton, iome good and some sorry, from ais Saluda plantation to Green wood, and received 1\ for the best, and the thirteen bales averaged a little over 7c. 5th. The Abbeville Medium of the 12th, says: "Cotton sold in Abbeville on Monday for 7?c per pound, and cotton seed for 24^c per bushel of 30 pounds." 6tb. And down in Bamberg, we learn from the best authority that 7^c is readily obtained in that town for good cotton. So you see, Mr. Editor, the cot ton buyers at Edgefield are not paying as much for cotton as our farmerf are g?tting elsewhere. The farmer goes with his produce where it is his interest togo. And where the farmer sells his cotton there he will spend his money. It is not good business tact Mr. Edi tor, to "kill the goose that lays the golden egg." COTTONTOT. Oct. loth. Be wisely worldly, but not vorldly, wise.-Quarles. God's providence is on the side >f clear heads.-Beecher. Nothing is more simple than greatness ; indeed, to be simple is o be great,-Emerson. Reflect on your present bless ngs-of which every man has nany-not on your past misfor unes, of which all men have some. -Dickens. The Rosemary knitting mills at Barnwell are now turning out ibout 1,000 pairs of half hose veeklv and behiud with their >rders, too. Mayor Williams, of Greenville, laid the other day, in sentening a jatch of vagrants: "I intend ,hat every negro in the city shall lave work this winter." Other nayors should adopt the same imely resolution.-Daily News. We are informed that Senator Tillman has beeu urged, in order 0 "save the dispensary," to resign he 6enatorship next year, get him ielf elected governoi, straighten ?ut the tangled skein of the great noral institution and at the close >f his term return to the senate in tfcLaurin's place.-Columbia State. Plattt&tft c u B A N ? 1L cures 1 liHWvl S Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. For sale by G. L. Penn & Son. Advertised Letters List of letters remaining in the Post )ffice at Edgefield C. H., S. C., Oct. 6,1S99. Jim Jones and Robt Bean, Bill donelly, G H Edmunds, John Gib on, Frank Johnston, Lem John ton, Willie Jervy, M B Hamilton, ?1 McKenuer, EC Lamer, Henry Jalee, A B McKnight, Mathews & Stelling, Henry Quarles, D H Rees ell, Eddie Shellie, James Sim nons, Rev E D Wells, Miss Gady Barnes, Miss Anna Berrie, Mrs klatheny Cochran. Mrs L M Ed nunds, Mrs Leila B Nicherson, ?liss Rachel! Meekly, Mrs Mareeth loper, Fain Keen, Mrs Hattie Smith, Mrs Lucy Williams, Mrs Sophy Waldon. When asking for letters on this list ay "advertised." Very respectfully, W. H. BRUNSON, P. M. >t<EL expected to make our new store We want you to see a model tvant you to be familiar with a business-marking everything in , ; you at the same price we charge ng . you-your money baok if you Stvles in BOY'S SHOES, BOY'S CLOTHING, BOY'S FURNISHINGS, thing a man or boy wears, from verything the very best. ,1 / .. ' J AUGUSTA.GA. Some Pertinent Questions Asked MR. EDITOR : According to law, as we understand it, a certain pro portion of the State dispensary profits are to be applied and added to the school fund in each county. Now, if Edgefield has ever received i single nickel of the said dispen 3ary profits w? are in blind dark ness of the fact. And we would respectfully ask friend Nicholson, Oounty Superintendent of Educa tion, for the facts in the premises, [f our schools are receiving the benefit of the said State dispensary profits please "say so,"-and if not, please imform us why not. We svant to know, because we are in terested in our schools, and espe cially because a good many of us are patronizing our county dispeu 3ary pretty freely, merely to help our schools along. But if our con tributions to the dispensary are being misappropriated, and not ap plied to school purposes as we fondly believed they would be, then we want to know it-and, as Sheriff Ouzts would say, in Ma sonic vernacular, we then "will govern ourselves accordingly." CITIZEN. ALL WOMEN . . ' Suffering from female troubles Bhould1 try the "Old Time" Remedy, w .tPLAiilBtS It has no equal. It strengthens the delicate female onrans and bufldsawom an up. All suffering and Irregularities at "monthly" periods can bearolded by Its uso. It ls for young girls maturing, for mothers, anti tor women ut Change of Lifo. Should be used before child-birth. Sold by all druggists, or sent post-paid on receipt o? price $1.00. Ladle? Blue Book sent FREE to any one on application. Address, "WOMAN'S DE PARTMENT". New Sponcer Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tonn. Mention thit paper. For sale by G. L. Penn & Son. Exclusr Clothing Men's F Largest Stock F Lowest Prices ! All Goos DORN & MiMS AT E. E 18' BM--M This month we ? prices for Cash. DRY GOODS,DRESS I CLOTHING, HATS, Cl SHOES, SHOES, SHOI Can take your mi in Clothing on si CARPETS, RUGS. Specially close pi DOMESTIC GOODS, PANTS G< B?TTERICK PATTERNS. We are ready for first-class goods at "Headquarter; ?r. nvac. GOBI Remember That I always keep a fresh assort ment of FaDcy and Heavy Gro ceries on hand. When in need of them give me a call. Satisfaction guaranteed. 0. Sheppard, Jr. Program of Union Meeting. The Union Meeting of the first division of the Edgefield Baptist Association will meet with Gilgal church on Saturday before the fifth Sunday in this month. Or ganization at 10 o'clock, afte.' which verhal reports will be heard from the different churches. Introductory s e r m o n to be preached by Rev. P, P. Blalocl ; alternate Rev. G. H. Burton. Missionary sermon to be preached by Rev. J. E. Johnson; alternate Rev. J. S. Jordan. The following queries will bo discussed: 1st What did Christ intend to teach by the parable of the withered fig tree? Speakers, T. E. Dorn and R. T. Strom. 2nd What did Christ mean when he said Jtake no thought, as to what shall ?ve eat or what shall we be clothed? Specakers, Rev. J. S. Jordan and Dr. L. R. Gwaltney. 2rd How can we best raise spirit ual enthusiasm in the Sunday School work? Speakers, j.B. Math ews and W. A. Strom. 4th The Bible in the home and the importance of family prayer? Speakers, J. J. Griffie and B. P. Talbert. Standing committee on sugges tions and queries for the year, cue from each church as follows: Bethany, B. P. Talbert; Bold Spring, P.B. Kemp; Berea, F. P. Walker; Edgefield, 0. Sheppard; Gilgal, W. ?. Strom; Mountain Creek, R. T. Strom ; Stevens Creek, J. M. Bell Jr. J. B. MATHEWS, Mod. T. E. BYRD, Clerk. We have managed to secure the best and easiest riding Buggy for the leaBt money, at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga. Buggies! Buggies! Buggies! It means dollars to you. Write or call and we will do the rest, at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga. Human Architecture. "Greece did not colonize without) civilizing,-an example that more than one modern might follow : to buy and sell is not all. Tyre bought and sold. Bery tus bught and sold. Sidon bought and sold. Serepta bought and sold. Where are those cities? Athens taught, aud she is, to this hour, cue of j the capitals of human thought. "The grass is growing on the six steps of the tribune where spoke Demosthenes. The Ceramics is a ravine, half choked with the marble dust which was once the palace of Cecrops. The Odeon of Herod Atticus, at the foot of the Acropolis, is now but a ruin on which falls, at certain hours, the imperfect shadow of the Partheuon. The temple of Theseus belougs to the swallows. The goats browse on the Pnyx. Still the Greek spit it Uves. Still Greece is goddess. A counting house passes awav : a school remains." Ex. CUBAN RELIEF cures j Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes. Sour Stomach and Sommer Complaints. Price. 25 Cents. ??For sale by G. L. Penn & Son. ?re Dealers Iii I Shoes Hats urnishings. Marked in Plain Figures. v I- HART STAND. ire rushing business at specially low 300DS, UPS, 5S. ?asure and giveyou an up-to-date fit lort notice. rices in )0DS, business with you, and will give you in every department. Come and see Master's Sale. 3SATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA -Edgefield County-Court of Common Pleas, jreo. W. Thurmond, Jr., et al., against Jonathan J. Taylor, et al. Pursuant to the decree in this ;ause, I will offer for sale at public m tory before the Court House, iowu of Sd?efield aud State of South Carolina, on the first Mou lay hi November, 1899, (being the >th day of said mouth) between ;he legal hours of sale, the fcilow ngdeEcribed realty, to wit: All fhat tract of land in Edge ield county, tfouth Carolina, con dining one hundred and twenty [120) acres, mordor less, bounded m the north by lands of William rhurmond, on the south by lands )f Lennie Crafton, on the east by ands of Mrs Nan Marsh, and on :he west 1 y lands of Philip Mar cert. Terms of Sale: One-third cash ind the balance on a credit of one md two years, with interest from ;he day of sale. Purchaser to give xmd and mortgage of the premises ,o secure the paymaut of the credit portion, or all cash at the pur chaser's option. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Dot. ll, '99. Master E. C. Master's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA -Edgefield County-Court of Commou Pleas. The Scotish American Mortgage Company (Limited) against Samuel B. Hughes, 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, 1899, (being the 6th day of said month) between the legal hours of sale, the follow ing described realty, to wit : All that tract or plantation of land, situate in Mose Township, Edgefield county, whereon Sallie C. Hughes now resides, containing nine hundred and seventy-one (971) acres, more or less, and bounded north by lands of Mrs Minick and Felix Lake; on the coast by lands os Felix Walker and Mrs Sallie H. Nicholson ; on the south by lands of Henry Green and Miss Jennie H. Hughes, and west by lands of Bailey Corley and Lemuel Harhug. Terms of Sale: One-half cash, balance on a credit of one year, with interest from day of sale. Purchaser to give bond and mort gage of the premises, or all cash at the purchaser's option. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Oct. ll, '99. Master E. C. Master's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA -Edgefield County-Court of Common Pleas. Annie L. Holson, Plaintiff, against John H. Morgan, Defendant. 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, 1899, (being the 6th day of said month) between the legal hour? of sale, the follow ing described realty, to wit: All that lot of land iu Edgefield county, South Carolina, (cut of from the northeastern corner of the thirty (30) acre tract convey ed to Mrs A. L. Holson ou the 23rd day of December, 1881,) and said lot so cut off containing three (3) acres, more or less, and bounded on the north by the road running by said lot and separating it from the Edgewood tract belonging to Mrs. Pickens, on the east by lauds of Dr W. E. Prescott, and on the south and west by the remaiudei of the thirty (30) acre tract. Terms of Sale : Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Oct. ll, '99. Master E. C. Insurance Agency -Ol Ve respectfully solicit the patron age of the insuring public. Only the most reputable and Solvent Compa nion represented. Among them being Etna Ins. Co., of Hartford, lome Ins. Co., New York, lartford Ins. Co., Hartford, 'hoenix Ins. Co., Hartford, Jnderwriters of New York, lamburg-B remen of Germany, Torthern of London. L11 outside businesF will receive our prompt and person al attention. ?FFICE : BURNETT BUILDING ee Cur Life Insurance Contract before you Insure. DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY fi. Sclffiert & Co. WATCHMAKERS, JEWELERS, ENGRAVERS. I fi SMpt& Co, i JEWELERS,, ! CHRIS GUA Y 'S OLD STA S D . i j Cor. Broad & McIntosh S ts. j AUGUSTA, GA. upes and n 1 Gins Bi)0 Presses. GET OUR PRICES. Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and 'ertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin,2,Press, Jane Mill, and Shingle Outfits. Building, Bridge, Factory, Furnace nd Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mill, lachinists' and Factory Supplies. Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe Attings,Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We ast every day. Work 150 Hands. 'mM Iron Wort! & Supply Co. AUGUSTA, GA. tndry, Machine, Boiler, Press and Gin Works USF Repairs Promptly Done jiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiu I le Comercial j j Hotel aod ncstsurant, ? I AUGUSTA, GA. I (307 TO 619 BROAD STREET. 5 h First-class in every respect. ? = Trains pass Broad Street two E I doors from hotel entrance. = = European plan. Rooms, 50c = I and 75c per day. Meals to = = order. Reasonable prices. | ?iiiniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiMiiiiiiiii nilli? Store Your Cotton Aud hold for S cents, which price it will evidently bring tn a few months. Banks here loan money liberally on cotton stored here in the warebause. 1 store and insure for 30c per bale per month. Highest market price paid for cotton seed for the Georgia Cotton Oil Co. M. A. TAYLOR. A. E. PADOKTT, E. ti. NORRIS. ?I EDGEFiELD, S. C. 1. Fire a NSURANCE Written i.i th* strongest compan ies licensed to do business in South Carolina. Write both town] and country property. Insure your Dwelling, Barn and Live stock with us. Best rates made on Improved System of Ginneries. Have us to make you a rate belore insuring elsewhere. Life Insurance contracts written in the well known Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, or in The Mutual Benefit Life Iusurance Co. of Newark. Call and see us before placing your insurance. To Our Friends and Patrons GREETINGS. Appreciating your kindness in the p?-st we solicit your patronage for the future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish auc serviceable. Our prices are lower than ever and will please you. MEN'S SUITS $6.50 to $23.00. BOY'S SUITS from $3.00 to $12.00. The Hat and Furnishing Departments are complete. Our Childre Department has been refurnishing and the stock of clothing isbte thau ever. We extend a special invitation to the ladies. CHILDREN'S SUITS $1.75. SPECIAL SCHOOL SUIT $3.00. If you cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay the expressage to you. ^. /. C. LEVY'S S0H & 00., TAlLORflT CLOTHIERS /?UGUSJA, GA ll KEY & CO., STATESVILLE, N\ O Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Key Brands of Old Fashioned North Carolina ! Whiskies and Brandies. Our brands are so well and favorably known throughout the South that they need no recommendation, as they are everywhere re cognized as a standard and high grade. We have superior facilities for supplying customers with a high grade N. C. Liquors at moderate prices. We guarantee absolute satis faction and prompt shipment. Send for price list and4descriptive circulars. Goods shipped atone day as order received. Save This Check. gmiimiiiimmmiiii mmiminmimimi iiiiiiiiiumiG I^T^HIS CHECK will be accepted | for ') cents with every Ca=h pur- = ^ sj I chase of $1.00. Only one Check ac- s = cepted with each $1.00 cash purchase at = I TURNER'S I FURNITURE STORE, -fl FURNITURE, I Stoves, Bed Springs, Mattresses, | = Full Line Housefurnisbing Goods = ?Prices and Quality E fear*?' o0rjmS^^^ 1 Sell Our Goods.! TT ". t ? _= Have your Pictu res Framed here -REMEMBER THE PLACE at Lowest Prices, W. H. TURNER, ? Pictures Enlarged 11136 Broad, = .min mummil' WATCH THE FELLOWS =Who advertise cheap prices! Look for U. S. Government Stomp ou THEIR bottles. AU dlstll lers are privileged to use thlsstamp. No STAMP means ADULTERATED or Chemical Whiskey. Tho Government Stamp ls a guarantee of AGE, POJUTY AND PnooK. The difference between our prices and tholrs ls small-difference In quality, great. Ours ls all wblskey.no cologne spirits, mode by (1ENU.VK OI.U KEN TtTKT process. Con you hesitate which to usct S UCOIIUJ ??,, "-f m, 4 Bottles Q??fts Rye or Bourbon Six-Year-Old $3.60 Express Prepaid. Ko Mark? on Packages to Indicate Contenta. Remit P. O. Express Order or Bank Exchange. Refer by permission, First National Bank. O'Bryan Bros., ^'?i?*? Order* from Arizona, Colorado, California, Idmbs\ Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Wa<b> lngton. Wyoming, must coll for 20 quarts by frelgnt prepaid. G ^BETT*Co WINE GROWERS, WELDON, N. C. miirfiiiiimmiimiiii iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii-niiiii ? SCUPP-ERNONG, | ? TOKAY, I 1 SACRAMENTAL, = I BLACKBERRY, = S MISH, CATAWBA, | = PORT, SHERRY, | = CLARET, 1 CHAMPAGNE, | iiinihimmiiiimmMiimimimmiiiii3imi Kindly (permit us to advance three cogent reasons why you should use wines in your homes : 1st. Because, in addition to be ing delightful stimulants, pure wines are the basis of nearly every tonic preparation in the world and are unexcelled to build up the system and quiet the nerves. THIS IS FOR HEALTH'S SA.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, thev never acquire a taste for heavy intoxicants. THIS IS FOR TEfAPERAfiCE SAKE. s 3rd. Because, the United States has facilities (climatic ana. in dustrial) for making more wines than any other nation, and yet France produces annually 1,100,000,000 gallons to our 25,000,000. 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 ol' 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 these Wines and judge for yourself.. Very respectfully, G-ARRETT Ss CO. Sou.tb.ern H-?til^raV? SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE ll, 1899. No. 33 Daily P.M. 1 10 1 40 2 15 2 45 5 20 P. M. No. 15 Daily Ex. Sun'y A. M. 6 DO G 50 7 30 S 00 A. M. STATIONS. d Edgefield a d"Trenton a a Aiken d a Augusta d fa Columbia d No. 60 Dally Ex. Sun'y A.;M. 11130 n:oi 9530 A. M. No. 34 Sun'y Only P. M. 4 00 3 40 2 50 2'40 ll 45 P.M. A. TURK, G. P. A., J. B. HEYWARD, T. P. A. Washington, D. C. Augusta, Cfc S, H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, G*.