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\VED>?ESDAV. JUNE 13. .
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J LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
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And Jackson killed the cat!
Sam Ready has a cherry -tree nearly
. three feet in dia.neter.
Four candidates this week for Ooun -
ty Dispenser, and the tale is not half
told. +
Hot days now. It is no trouble for
the toenuomter to cmwl up to 90 in
the shade.
One of the candidates in an upper
county carries a hoe around with him
in bis buggy.
Father Seidl will celebrate mass at
10.30 on Sunday morning nsxt in our
Catholic churcn, ana preach at ll
o'clock. The public is cordially in
vited
Our young friend A.. F. Broadwater,
Jr., bas eight acres in cotton that will
'- make at least Ave bales. Young Abe
is already a good farmer, a "chip from
the old block.
The summer school for teachers will
be held at Johnston this year by
special request. It seems that Edge
field made no effort to get the summer
. school and Johnston did.
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and tor the admission of new stu
dents will be held at the county court
house? cu Friday, July 20th, at 9 A. M.
D. W*. Mciver,Tuskege, Aia.,wrote:
Our child's bowels were passing off
pure blood and all prescriptions failed
to relieve her, until we tried TKETHIXA
(Teething Powders) and she is now
doing well.
The first campaign meeting of the
series will be at Orangeburg on Thurs
day of thisweek, the 14tb. Senator
Tillman will be present at the first
meeting but may not be at any sub
sequent one.
That the office of County Dispenser
shall be filled by primary election is
money in our pocket, but all the same
it will make a di-'y mess of politics in
Edgefield county, 'he end of which nd ,
man can see.
The following- item from the Aiken j
Journal and Courier will be of interest:
"We are glad to announce that the I
Southern Railway will put on, coin
mencingnext Manday, the 11th, an ,
early morning train, leaving Aiken
promptly at 8.00 o'clock, and arrive at
8:50."
Mr. John A. Holland, of Ninety Six,
the piano tuner and dealer, lost hie
horse last week and wishes to trade
either a piano or organ for a horse.
'He has several of the best makes of
organs and pianos, also a splendid sec
oud-band Stieff square grand piano?
which has had little use. If you have
a good horse or mule you wish to trade
for a piauo or organ write him.
Uncle Ben Glauton who has been
down with quite a severe case of the
grip, is fully himself again and going
the rounds, was iu Edgefield on Mon
day of this week. Uncle Ben is charged
with being a candidate in a double
sense, with a special sheep's eye for
widows, youug and fair. However, he
says he is wailing until May-pops get
ripe, and then watch out.
fin' ' . *
There are numerous and various rea
sons why just at this time is the best
of all times to borrow money from the
Edgefield Building and Loan Associa
tion and build your house. Call on
J. H. Allen, Treasurer, or E. J. .Miras,
Secretary, and they will tell you all
about it. Money borrowed from tue
Edgefield Bui.ling and Loan Associa
tion is th" easiest of all borrowed
money to pay back. It will not cost
you a cent to get all the information
you went about the Edgefield Building
and Loan Association hy calling on or
writing to tba Treasurer or Secretary.
Advertised Letters.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., Mr.y
31,1900. .
A H Black,
Albert Busbee,
John Calor,
A Dockin,
D T Hill,
F D Markham,
. . ? T J Rodgers,
Miss Bettie Gregory,
Miss Essie Hopkins,
Miss Minnie Richman,
Miss Raretta Williunis.
When asking for letters on this list
say "advertised."
Very respectfully,
W. H. BBUWSOK, P. M.
A CARD.
Asl have not. been able as yet to
visit every poi tion of the county
sod, thinking th?t my friends
would like to know, why I have
uot been among them, beg leave,
through ihe columuii- of your
paper, to say: I have following
the plow every day since the sea
son for work bas begun and for the
last ten days have been swinging
the grain cradle .vith all my might
trying to help myself before'asking
you for your support. So please
hold the fort just a little while
longer and let me have an even
start with my opponents. I will
be with you soon.
CHRIS. M. WILLIAMS.
Wedding Invitations,
Visiting Cards,
Commercial Cards,
Job Work of all kind- ?at thi*
office. *
Read What Col
' Has to. Say of
patio or Liv*
I came to Edgeiiekl over
dyspepsia and kidney trouble
every possible remedy for the
lief. After reaching here I
within a short time lound tha
any other medicine I ever trie
liver and kidneys, and has rest
health. I feel no hesitancy in
Edgefield, S, C., June 5th, 191
-FOR SA
W- E. JJ
AGENRAL JAIL DELIVERY.
Six Laurens Negroes Escape
From a Patent Cage.
Laureue, S. C.,. June 9.-The
town is all agog this morning over
a general jail delivery effected
during the small hours last night,
a sort of French leave. There were
six colored prisoners confined in a
patent caes in the second story of
the goal, the patent cage placed
there at considerable cost during
last year. One of the bars had
been partially cut by an old case !
knife, this bar broken by a stout
piece of timber five feet Jongmak-1
ing an exit hole into , the outer
hull and the same piece of timber
was used to beud a bar of the
wiudowaud through this with a
blanket rope the prisoners had an
easy drop to the rear yard of the
gaol. Your correspondent ex
amined the environment and
cannetsee that Mr. Bagwell, the
gaoler and a prudent officer, is at
fault.
The prisoners are John Coleman
who sometime ago escaped the
chain gang by assalutiug the guard
and was badly shot himelf,
losing an eye. For his arrest
Sheriff McCravy is using energetic
means to secure their recapture and
will no doubt succeed.
There is some criticism of the
metal of the "cage" iu the jail.
But the trouble no doubt, was
ihe leaverage of the big strong
piecsof timber with six Negroes at
the long end.
Uer 1
Are upon us, but you can keep coo
Suits of Cashmeres, Worsteds, Fla)
Serge Coats at before-! he-rise prices
S?jour. Crash Suits ut:$1.50,
Coats at 50c, 65c and 75c.
Ladies' and Childi en's Ox
in all the latest styles with prices ri
Our stock of Pants, Bats and P
See our goods befcre buying, w
DORIS: ?
ZBA.5T STAT
Champ ('lark's Opinion of Till
man.
Senator Benjamin R. Tillman, j'
like Collins'ram, is a mau of his
nwn head. A great character is
Benjamin. Honest as the day is
loug, plain as au old shoe, with 1
a bead full of common sense
which after all is the best sort of
sense-with a lion's heart in his
breast, with perfect confidence in
and deep sympathy with the I
inevitable foe of jobbery and 1
hates a sham as be hates his '?
satanic majesty. A most usful |
public servaut is Benjamin, and a ?
most valuable instrument for 1
prodding and killing unsavory 1
schemes with his famous pitchfork.
Lately Tillman has brought down :
on his defiant head the hatred of
jobbers of every degree by exposing
the huge armor plate frauds. He
has a biuut, almost brutal, way ol
statiug the truth, and he made it
redhot for the armor plate agents
in the galliers and the armorplate
senators on the floor. What Till
man lacks in grace he makes up in
emphasis. He could not write
so good a han dbook on rhetoric cs
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, but
no mau of this generation send a
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R. G. TARTER, Manager.
These are real bargains, t
least, the $7.50 Hats are worth
= Will send sample lots to ai
freight both ways if goods doi
I The Great Eas
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Wm. P, Calhoun
Jennings' He
ir Medicine.
a year since suffering with
For several years I had tried
disease mentioned without re
tried Jennings' Hepatic, and
t it gave mc more relief than
d. It acted welldon both my
ored me to comparative good
recommending the medicine.
WM. P. CALHOUN.
DO.
BY
Y1VCH.
A Bill.
To provide for the erection of a
monument to the memory of
Travis, Bonham, Bowie, and
Butler for gall an try and heroism
during the Mexican War.
Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of
Unitod States of America in
Congress assembled, that the
Secretary of War be, and is hereby,
authorized to contract for and
secure the ?rection of amouumeut
in the town of Saluda, South
Carolina, to memory of William
Barrett Travis, James Bonham
and James Bowie, who perished at
the Alamo on March sixth, eighteen
hundred and thirty-six; and for
this purpose the sum of ten
thousand dollars is hereby
appropriated, out of any moneyB
in Treasury not otherwise ap
propriated, together with one
hundred dollars annually there
after for keeping the same.
The above bill was introduced
by Congressman W. J. Talbert on
the first of June.
? "How's your husband Mrs.
O'iVIallihan?"
"Sure, sor, the doctor do be sav
in' if he Jives to get well, he'll be
all right, and if he don't he'll die.'
-Harlem Life.
fatitfrttt C U BAN OIL CUMS
BWS?IVS ?9 Cats, Barns, Braises, Baea
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale byG. L. Penn & Son.
1 by wearing one of our Summre
nnels," Serges, or our Alpaca and
$2.00, $2.50 per Suit. Gingham
fords and Strap Slippers
ght.
'urnisbings always complete,
e can sn ve you money.
fe: MIMS.
E SJE?OIES.
fact straighter to the mark than
this great South Carolina tribune
af the people. He can't be
wheedled, bullied or coaxed from
doing the right for right's sake.
He is a man of vast -mental force
tt the order of dynamite. He
loves the plain people, God be
be praised, and the plain people
love him.
Privately he is the most genial
and companionable of men-full
af kindly humor and rich in
reminiscence. I have been a
guess in his house, and it was a
genuine pleasure to be there. H?
selected his guests-public men.
army officers-because they were
bis friends, and we got more enjoy
ment out of the acceptauce of
Senator Tillman's invitation "to
help eat to two Sauth Carolina
hams" thau we would out of a
dinuer in any palace iu Europe or
America. Ir. isa pleasure to know
that h is re-election to the senate is
absolutely certain.
CHAMP CLARK'S.
$CUBAN RELIEF corea
Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache
in five minutes. Soar Stomach
and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.
For sals by 6. V Penn & Son.
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Merchants Only, f
;aios j
In Sample Hats. |
I
JU.AfJlU.Uj A 1UUIU1 U] -
AND ARMY SHAPES, |
ALL COLORS. =
he $6.00 Hat it- worfb $9.00 at =
from $12.00 to $15.00. E
iy reliable merchant and pay =
n't suit. =
tern Shoe Co. |
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What the Candidates I>o in
Georgia.
The followingirom the Atlanta
Constitution shows how the candi
dates are utilized over in Georgia:
ColouelJones, who has solicited
our vote in his race for congress,
called and plowed six hours for
us yesterday. Tomorrow the candi
date for sheriff has agreed to
grub stumps for us.
We return thanks to a candidate
for the legislature for digging a
fortyfoot well for us Wednesday.
Two prospective candidates for
corouer split rails for us three days
this week.
The candidate for mayor obliged
us by covering a barn for us last
week.
We are indebted to the tax
collector to be for three days' solid
work this week.
We express our gratitude to the
candidate for tax receiver for
breaking in a young mule Wednes
day.
Bad Blood-Cure Free I
Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. It has been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most deep-seated, per
sistent cases, after doctors and patent
medicines had all failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi
sons and humors which cause all
these troubles, and a cure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Month,
Etc., cured by B. B B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is an honest remedy that makes
real cures. T?test B, B.B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. . Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga.
The excellent work of the
special committea on Exposition
subscriptions which visited New
York to confer with the Presidents
of railroads entering Charleston
has resulted in adding $40,000 to
the stook of the South Carolina
Iubr-State and West Indian
Exposition Company. This sub
scription was made by the Southern
Railway, the Atlantic Coast Line
and the Plant S}6tem. In addi
tion to this, $2,500 was secured
from the Clyde Stoamship Line.
These subscriptions positively
insure the success of the project
sud the Exposition Company will
likely be organized within a few
days.
The committee now at the North,
also anticipates other subscriptions
in New York, Philadelphia, Boston
and other cities and the outlook is
bright indeed.
Wherever one turns, the most
encuraging reports are heard and
the whole country seems to be
help South Carolina, now that she
has shown a disposition to help
herself.
With the stock previously taken
tbe figures now stand at about,
$175,000, and there is much more
uiu sight."
The people of South Carolina
general^, have been invited to
join in this movement and the
shares have been placed at $5 each,
in order that every citizen may be
personally interested, if he so de
sires. Subscription books have
been sent to nearly every, county
in the State, and all who desire to
air] in the splendid project can
sign for such amounts an they see
fit, in the presence and with the
advice of their fellow townsmen.
-Ex.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work la
Ss Laboratory.
There is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery ls the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
OUR $1.60 ANTI FAT BEL?
tefl.*? weftmildi tbe celebrated BROWN'S A3
DO.Ul.N AL BELT for the cure of CORPULENCY.
Corpulent people
who wear tho
Browv'i Abdoai*'
aol Belt run no
risk of Bant
Raptare or Cu
beilul tirrill)
J aa (et ? eea'trl
end ene of lotion
you will appreciate. So corpulent pe ?on
fan afford to be without this belt. ;
4P Cot th!? ld. ont anti send to VB with SI.50
andlOcenttextraforpoiUre, rtiitoheight, nelgbuigeucd
num toni ncl.es around the body .largest part, and we Stu
send thebrKto joubrniilpoetpitd. with the understand
la? that I fl t ls not perfectly satlsfact Dry tnd>oqual to
butts that retail at ?S, 00 an cf upwards 'rou can re tum .
at our OXVenMJ. Write for free Belt ead i mn Catalogue,.
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CQ.,CH!CACrj
I appreciate your patr
solicit a continuance in
My stock is always co:
in all the best grades c
FANCY AND HE*
PRICES TO SUI
When in need of any
me a call. [J^3 Sa
Awaiting your fav<
Yours truly,
ALL WOMEN . . .
Suffering from female troubles should '?
try the "Old Time" Remedy,
BKA
PLANUS
FEMALE
F?AT0R
It has no equal. It strenprthens the
delicate female organs and bulldsawom
\ an up. All sintering and Irregularities at
S "n.onthly" periods can be avoided by Its
) use. It ls for young girls maturing, for
S mother.;, r. nd for women at Change of Life.
} Should be need before child-birth.
; Bold by. all druggists, or-sent post-paid
S on receipt of pr.ee 81.00.
i Lit?ins D!IIC Book sont FREE to any onei
) on aypllcutton. Address, -WOMAN'G OE
) pART?E?*T,\ Hew Spcncsr Medicine Co., Chat
S t?r.jcra. "fern.
i lucttt?on tU* paper.
Tor sale by G. L. Penu & Son.
As Sure as Fate.
Greed feeds upon greed, and be
comes more greed. The Spartan
burg Free Lance states positively
that many of the cotton mill ma
chine shops of Spartanburg county
run regularly on Sundays. These
mills run day and night, and ic
looks a little like they were push
ing the thing too strongly when
they have, pushed Sunday aside,
'he Spartanburg mills have long
been counted among the most
prosperous in the south, but some
how or other we feel that a peren
nial lack of regard for the Lord's
day will eventually be of no profit
to them and that, if persisted
in the boasted profita will in the
course of time cease to benefit
them.-Yorkville Yeoman. I?
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We'll Get Them.
The adjutant and inspector
general has received a communica- ?
tion from the war department in {
reference to certain military
supplies furnished by the state of
South Caroliua to the United | i
States government during the
Spanish war.
These, supplies consisted of
tents, etc., and they were finally
lost in the shuffle from
Chickamauga to Jacksonville
The supplies all belonged to the
state of South Carol ina and dem
and has been made for their ra
hm}.
General Floyd has received a
communniation stating that 172
tents and 53 tent flies were ready
to be returned and a whole lot of
of other things which soldiers mu?t
have iu their business.
The state gets new equipments
for old ones and as a consequence
in wins out in the end.
Grand Gift .Distribution.
Editor Advertiser.
We believe that the most
effective advertising we can do is
to get samples of our goods into
the homes of the people. There
fore, we are souding an elegant
sterling silver-plated sugar skell,
such as we sell regularly at 40c
each, to every married lady in the
United States who writes for it.
There is nothing to pay. The gift
is absolute. You will confer a
favor upon your lady readers by
making this announcement in your j
paper. Each Jady will send her
name only, as this is too valuable
a gift to send to persons who don't
ask for it themselves. We give
choice of any of our 40c designs,
and will 6end illustrations from
which seletion may be made.
QUAKER VALLEY MFG. CO.,
Morgan and Harrison Sts., Chicago.
(Established I?i?fli.
lt Has the Subtle Charm in Flavor to
Please Consumers.
QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by al! Dispensaries ?n South Carolina,
FRANK 6, TUi.Li?GE ^ CO., Cincinnati .Ohio.
D.T. GRICE. HENRY C. WATSON.
GRICE & WATSON,
LIVERY STABLES.
(Grice'sOld Stand.)
?*mT~' Patronage of the public sol c
ited. Prompt, faithful, and careful
s%rvice. Reasonable charges.
GEO. T. SHARPTON.
DENTIST,.
Front Room in Ohronlole B'ld'jf.
I respectfully solicit tb? patronage of
the people.
s ali Pliions:
onagc in the past ?nd
i the future,
mplete and up-to-date
)f
WY GROCERIES*
T THE TIMES.
thing in my line give
.tisfaction guaranteed.
Drs, I remain
?ARD, JR.
REAL ESTATE
FOE SALE.
A valuable plantation, 220 acres,
more or less, on Big Turkey and Ste
vens Creeks, nearly 100 acres virgin
forest, oak and hickory, also post oak
in abundance suitable for crossties,
also a good deal of heavy pine timber;
60 acres in pastur*; balance in culti
vation and young growth of pines, no
waste land, sp1 en did mill site. A large
frame dwelling house, 6-rooms, three
fire places,a.'l necessary out-buildings,
an excellent well of free-stone water.
This land is three miles from the rail
road. Price $800 cash, or $1,000 in two
annual payments. Possession given
25th December or sooner for purpose
of sowing grain. Apply to W. N.Bur
nett, Real Estate Agent, Edgefield,
s.e.
100 acres of land, 65 acres open, bal
ance in original forest, two frame ten
ant hr.jses, situate two miles east of
Meeting btreet. joining lands of Mrs.
Buzzard and Jas. Still. Price $600;
$100 cash, balance in five annual pay
ments. W. N. Burnett, Keal Estate
Agent.
800 acres of land situate three miles
south of Edgefield, 7-rooin dwelling,
13 tenant houses, two good barns, gin
bouse and other outbuildings, 200 acres
fenced, 500 acres in cul :ivation. Price
$6,000. VV. N. Burnett, Beal Estate
Agent.
For sale in East Edgefield, on Co
lumbia street, a neat 4-room cottage,
painted and finished up nicely, with
an acre lot, good garden, lot and out
buildings, an orchard of beariug fruit
trees, consisting of peaches, apples,
cherries, figs, grapes of several varie
ties, plumbs, and a large strawberry
bed. garden of growing vegetables o?
ne.irly every kind. If can be sold in
thirty days will sell for $875. W. X
Burnett, Beal Estate Agent.
U% acres of land in town sf Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
"5300. TV. N. Burnett, Real Estate
Agent.
For sale in town of Edgefield, four
?cres land with two-story 14-room
Swelling house thereon, centrally lo
;ated. Suitable for hotel or boarding
douse.
485 acres desirable farm lands with
six good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all
frebh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. N. Burnett, Real
Estate Agent.
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,m the town of Edgefield; good
servants and other outhouses; also
rood well of water, with 40 acres of
and. Reasonable terms.
Also 180 acres of land, in town of
Edgefield, with modern up-to-date
1 welling house, a number of good out
louses. Everything in apple-pie or
Jer. This is, perhaps, ^he most valui.
property m the town. all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain.
Also the Griffin Hill place, Addison
street, seven-room bouse, with 21>?
icres of land, with necessary out
aouses and good well of water. A
bargain.
Also avery desirable nine-room, 2
story house m Western Edgefield with
sev??n acres of land attached, for sale
ir rent.
Apply in person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
THE IP yip
DENTAL PARLORS,
928 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA
PLATES, ? 85.00 UP
GOLD CE0WNS? 5.00] "
?IALGAM FILLINGS 50 "
N. B.-On $10 worth of work we will
pay railroad fare both ways when the
iistance is not great? than twenty
live miles from Augusta.
DK.P.D LUXEMBURGER.
?iiil?ccoriliitoNire
The experiments of modern phy
sicians and scientists have
established the f8ct that many of
the germs of disease enter the body
by the inhalation of air laden with
bacteria or microbes. These germ?
are very small but their work is
deadly. Still many of them are
comparatively harmless in health ;
but as soon aB an organ is diseased
it is attacked. The experimets
of Kc ch and others have shed much
light upon this important subject
But up to the present time the
culture of '?icteri a appears to have
met with much better success than
thei.* destruction. As we can do
so little to destroy these miuute
enemies, is not the most sensible
course to strengthen and revitalize
the sy6te. . so that it may repel
and resift their destructive in
fluence, and does it not seem very
fitting that the revitalizing element
should enter the body through
inhalation of oxgen which is at
once a revitalizer and germicide?
The experience of years and the
testimony of thousands show
Compound Oxygeu to be the agent
needed.
If you wish further information
write us and we will send you, free
cf charge abundant evidence.
Send for book of two hundred
pages, with records and
testimonials of surprising cures
of varioui forms ot* disease and
and dehilty. It will cofctyou noth
ing to oonvince hourself.
Home Treatment is sent out by
express, to be used at home.
Office Treatment is administered
1 ere. Consultation free.
DBS. STARKEY & PALEN.
lYVfc Girard, Street, Philadelphia,P
?an you Hf foin to Bo ??i?ijout lt?
INSURANCE!
BURNETT & GRIFFIN
Will place you in some of the LARGEST and BEST
companies ou earth.
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"WHITE RABBIT"
I CORN WHISKEY.
The Cleanest and Best Made,
Distilled in Alabama in the good old fashioned way
By The Kohn Distilling Co.,
MONTGOMERY.
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There ar? no headaches in "White i SOLD AT ALL
Rabbit" Corn Whiskey. DISPENSARIES.
To Our Friends and Patrons
GREETINGS.
Appreciating!} our kindness in the prat we solicit your'patronage fo:
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. j
BOY'S SUITS from $3.00 to $12.00.
The Hat and Furnishing Departments are complete. Our Children's
Department his been refurnishing and the stock of clothing is better
than 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].
I.C.LEVY'SWH&C0.,
WLOf? f/riCLOTHlERSi ! AUGUSTA IGA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
? I
Central Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect May 6th, 1900.
NORTHBOUND.
Lv. Jacksonville (P. S).
" Savannah (So. By.).
" Barnwell.
" Blackville.
" Springfield.
" Sally.
Ar. Columbia.
Lv. Charleston, (So. By.
" Summerville.
M Branchville.
" Orangeburg.
" Ringville..
Ar. Columbia .
Mixd
No.?
ex Su
No.34
Daily
8 00a
1215p
402p
417p
440p
448p
6 00p
7 00a
7 41a
855a
9 23a
10 15a
1100a
No.38
Daily
745p
12 05a
4 00a
415a
4 38a
4 47a
6 00a
1100p
120001
155a
2 50a
430a
5 55a
Lv. Augusta, (So. By. ).
Lv. Granitcville .
?2 00a
45a
3 00p
331p
U??p
1015p
Lv. Edgefleld.
Lv. Aiken ....
I HW
320p
Lv. Trenton.
" Johnston.
Ar. Columbia, (U. D.)...
Lv. Columbia, (Bldg St.
M Winnsboro.
" Chester .
" Rock Hill.
Ar. Charlotte .
5 (Jua
520a
930a
4 ??p
414p
550p
6 lOp
703p
751p
823p
9 lOp
noop
1120p
2 lu a
615a
7 20a
810a
847a
9 40a
Ar. Danville
W51a
138p
Ar. Richmond
600B
625p
Ar. Washington .
" Baltimore (Pa.RR).
" Philadelphia.
" New York.
7 35a
912a
1135a
2 03p
850p
1125p
256a
613a
Lv. Columbia ....
Ar. Spartanburg
" Asheville ....
Ar. Knoxville
ll 40a
310p
715p
415a
755a
1125a
250p
720p
Ar. Cincinnati
730p
45a
Ar. Louisville
7 30p
50a
SOUTHBOUND.
Lr. Louisville ....
Lv. Cincinnati
Lv.Knoxville ....
" Asheville.
" 8partanburg
Ar. Columbia ... :
No.43
Mixd
ex Sn
No.33
Daily
8?0a
120a
800a
ll 45a
320p
No.35
Daily
7 45p
800p
8 25a
8 05p
615p
945p
Lv. New York(PaR.R).
'* Philadelphia.
" Baltimore.
Lv. Washi'gfn (So.Ry).
?2?5DI
3 50a
622a
ll 15a
Lv. Richmond
Lv. Danville ..
Lv. Charlotte.
" Rock Hill.
" Chester .
" Winnsboro.
Ar. Columbia, (Bldg St.
Lv. Columbia. (U. D.)...
" Johnston.
" Trenton.
Ar. Aiken _
Ar. Edgefiold
Ar. Graniteville.
Ar. Augusta,
Lv. Columbia (So. Ry).
" Ringville.
" Orangehiirg.
" Branchville.
" Summerville.
Ar. Charleston.
Lv. Columbia (So. By.).
Ar. Sally .
" Springfield.
" Blackville.
* Barnwell.
M Savannuh .
Ar. Jacksonville (P. S.).
030p
1080p
ll OOo
1200nt
?looa
1201m
548p
1000p
1045p
U25p
1215a
120a
430a
632a
648a
3Up
OOP
Z7p
COp
00p
?.ma,
l?a
02a
:j?a
21a
Ste
50a
Kp
45p
Sop
Bp
lop
50p
OOp l;<5a
43p! 2 32a
33p? 3 45a
15pi 4 25a
28pi 5 52a
15p| 7 00a
30a
t?P
50p
gp
gp
Mp
Mp
r7 30a
1130a
718a
8 00a
125a
2 87a
2 45a
3 05a
3 20a
615a
925a
.Trains 43 and 4-1 (mixed oxcepfc Sunday 1
arrive and depart from Hamburg.
+Daily except Sunday.
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent daily passenger service between
Florida ai,d New York.
Nv V 33 and 3-1-New York and Florida Ex
pr?s. Dmwing-room sleeping cat's between
Augusta <;ul New York.
Pullmai, drawing-room sleeping cars be
tween Perl Tampa, .Tn elrsan ville, Savannah,
Was hin gt <m and Now York.
Pullma\ sleeping cars between Charlotte and
Riehmonc- Diuiug cars between Charlotte
and Suva? uah.
Nos. ?6 and RV-TJ, S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman itruw}!?i>room buffet sleeping cars be
tween Ja skwHwiOo imd Now York am?. Pull
man s.ee; i':.- M. ?: berween Augusta and Char
lotte. D?'.iC'.? tram serve ail meals onroute.
Pullman < ve.iftig .cars? ljetwemi .Jnek.s<>nville
ami Cohn ?>> .i M?rente daiiT between Ja;?anm
ville nndOhflw'.avl, via Asheville.
FR OiKll?ANXOX, J.M.CULP,
Third V P. ?i \-rvu. ivlgr.. Traffic 3!(fJ*"
Wukhingtun, it. r. Washington, O. C.
W. A. TURK. S. H.B.ARDWIOTC
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'aaliiuui'm. D. C Atianin, On.
J. W. DEVORE.
ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.'
EDGEPIELD, S, C
Will practice in all the Courts, State
and United States I
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IVE QUQK OE J-BGEFIEUD
EDCEF! ELD, S. C.
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* "DIRECTORS.
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J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
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SEMD 50 CENTS ?5.'?JSS
.?.nil jun uur celebrated La lit UTA Gl'lTAK tr
?-jprevi, C. <?. U., ?abject tonaailaaltoa. Ulla
ill -Tai La Berta Amrrlcan made instrument of
gre?s beauty, perfect rosewood finish, very
highly polished. Handsomely Inlaid around
FOUltd hole and Inlaid atrip* la back, eellnlold
bociid top edpe. Fingtrboard accurately fret
ted K ith raised frets, Inlaid pearl position doti,
Americas aadr patent head, and Anni nickel plated
..JW tailpiece. A RKdTLARSS.OOfiOTAK, powerful
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. bait, lt is tut Accurate guido, having all notes, with
t hurps end Hali in full view, and can be easily ad
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iwni. V.'ltli thc use of thc lettered fingerboard any
one ..au learn to play without tho aid of a teacher.
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