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THUS. ). ADAMS,.EDITOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26,1901. INFORMATION. Subscription' Price-Sentjto any address for one year for 1.50; for six months, 76c; for three ^months^SOc. Payable in advance.: Bates for Advertising-One inch, first insertion, ;$1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60c. Want Notices, one cent pep word, each insertion. Other local notices, ten cents per line forfcflrst in sertion; five cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, Notices of Thanks, and all personal notices of a political nature, are charged for as regular ad vertisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and tpelv? months Write for terms. ^ _ THE -ADVERTISER, J> Edgefield, S. C. OBITUARIES written while you live, Bubject to correction. Apply to Graniteville News. IT is stated that Columbia is to | soon have a mattress iactory. It will install the latest modem type of machinery, which will be oper ated by electricity. ONE of the greatest evils of the day is the young folk living be yond? their income. A good rule is to "pay as you go, and if you can't pay don't go." AUGUSTA is to have another Mer ry-Makers'week in October. They propose to make it one of the grandest festivals of tbe kind the south has ever given. THE latest is that Senator Ben has *been dancing. With proper riggings he rigged up and with a Mrs. Riggs in her riggings they danced a jig at Clemson college Saturday night on a " slicked-up" floor. WASN'T that a hot shot when The State told the Press and Ban ner it did not matter how influen tial and prominent free negroes were in the production of the Ban ner, they had nothing to do with running the Democratic party of South Carolina ? I? reading the report of an in terview with Tillman one can't help noticing how often Benjamin .aye "It was I who was instru mental in doing so and so, etc.'-' Ben should remember that even a cow is too modest to blow her own horn. But may be he believes in ? giving the devil his dues." GOVERNOR McSweeney has been honored wish an invitation to de liver an address in Tammany Hall, ?'ew York, on the 4th of July. The un to attend. If they are hunt ing a Mc and appropriateness does not e?t any figure|McLaurin|could, if not for previous engagements, fill the biU. IN last week's Atlanta News are the photographs of two little girls, known to the recent attend ants of the Greenville Female col loge, little Elene Ferrata and Lula R?ey, the latter the daughter of Dr. Riley, formerly President of that institution, and the former a daughter of Musical Director Fer rata of the institution. These lit. tie ones are mentioned as the pets of Brenon college, at Gainesville, Ga., where their parents now are professors. "MCLAUMN'S grammar is beinj criticised by Borne of the newspa^ pers. This does not concern us. What we want to know is the char acter of his politics. There is no law against politicians using bad grammar. If there were where would Senator Tillman be at ?" Aiken Journal and Review. If there was a law against news paper editors using bad grammar, where would the Journal and Re view be "at"? THE theory that the mosquito is responsible for the spread of fever has been established, says the Marion Star, and goes on and relates that pouring oil on stand ing water will tend to keep the in sects down." This should no long er be a theory. If the mosquitoes haye deserted Texas and did sur vive during the recent discoveries ont there, it should be stated as a fact, but until Texas is heard from well accept it as a theory. We know they have " oil fever," but it can't be attributed to the mos quitoes. EXPOSITION MAGAZINE. Edgefield is not moving very rapidly in the desired direction of aid to the Exposition. The coun ties in the state which do the most work in the way of advertising themselves, will be the counties which will derive the most benefit from the Exposition. A number of towns in the state have had il lustrated write-ups in the Exposi tion Magazine. There are a great many buildings and spots of his toric fame and wide-spread inter est in the town and county of old Edgefield, and the thousands of visitors from all over the world who will be in Charleston next fall and winter must not leave the Sunny South without hearing at least something of Edgefield and her fertile and varied resour ces, If there is a lover of the good old county resdy for .the greater development of Edgefield, "let him put his hands to the plow," and all lend a hand. IN Pennsylvania a few days ago, a young man committed suicide because he could not pay for fur niture for his new home. This impractical idea seems to be all the vogue nowadays, that regard less of income or financial condi tion, certain conventional rules must, be carried out and the regu lation furniture pu*-, in the new home, as if the wherewith were as easy to get as it is to get rid of, When will people learn common, sense and to do without tfcCB? things which their purse does not allow ? Addison cace said "The man who will live above his pres ent circumstances, is in great dan ger of soon living much beneath them." Or as the Italian proverb says, " The man that lives by hope will die by despair." A COLLEGE girl in Greenwich, Conn., went into mourning on the death of her pug dog.-Exchange. If that's the good a colige edu cation does and the girls can't find anything better to love and mourn over than a dog, it will be better to close college doors than to fill the country with people whose aim in life is no higher than that of an insignificant pug- The most dis gusting thing in the world is to see a pug stuck up in the lap of a lady while driving on the streets. When a woman hasn't anything to devote her time to but iiursing dogs, her space in ?Le world is moer desirable than her presence. If that was what God intended for women to do, He would not have formed them after His image. A woman might dream that she was filling her mission when nursing pugs, but it won't come true. THE reply of Chairman Jones to the remarks of The Abbeville Press and Banner read in part as follows : ta I do not believe there is a man on the commmiltee who would be unfair to any Democrat in any manner and each one of them will do the utmost to do absolute justice to every Demo crat" The fact that McLaurin is not a Democrat or is not the kind he was when elected to office, rules him out of line to get justice by this committee. He is numbered among the Republicans and has transgressed grieviously against Democratic principles. This com mittee promises justice to Demo crats only. But justice is some times what we want not, and it may be better for McLaurin to not get justice. The chairman is not in favor of ruling McLaurin oat of the Democratic party. THE McLaurin'movement is on foot. The scheme to exclude him from the primary is unwise. We should meet the issue fairly and squarely. If it's for the good of the state let it come and start its good works. If it is not let it come and receive its death blow at the hands of the majority of the voters of the state in an hon orable and upright manner. If we mob the movement, it is not ' UH fig??n. lt it ia given a fair trial and'it is condemned it will settled once for all- at least for quite a while. McLaurin has followers - of whom we are not numbered-in this new movement, and the Democratic party must readjust itself along certain lines if it hopes to win what the Repub licans have won so unanimously in past years-congress and the presidency. Our past platform seems to have some planks in it whereby we are losers. We be lieve, as a party, too much in op posing an issue because the Re publicans favor it. Have prin ciples of the right sort and if the Republicans see fit to join you in ycur beliefs it does not uake you a Republican nor him a Demo crat because you think and see alike. The trouble with us is we let some one else do our thinking for us and we take their views as our opinion. We must be broad minded Democrats, stand for the right and keep abreast with the progress of the new century just dawned upcit us, putting aside all party prejudice. Have convic tions and stand "with' them-not stand "by" them and see them leave you. This new movement is not only m this Btate, but is being felt over the southern states. Union Meetings. 1ST DIVISION. The union meeting of the 1st division of the Edgefield Baptist church meets at Bold Spring Bap tist church on Saturday before the fifth Sunday in this month. Organization at 10 o'clock, after which verbal reports will be heard from the different churches. The following queries will be discussed : 1st. What are the duties of pastors in Sunday-School work ? Speakers : P. B. Collins, B. P. Tal bert, and J. B. Matthewe. 2d. What are the duties and what should bo the qualifications of a Sunday-School teacher? Speakers: 0. Sheppard, R. T. Strom, and L. L. Rankin. 3d. In what way can Christians best witness for Jesus ? Speakers : Rev. J. E. Johnson, A. S.TompkinB, W. H. Yeldell, J. J. Griffie. 4th. How can we know that we have passed from death unto lifo ? Speakers: Dr. L. R. Gwaltney, Rev. P. P. Blalock, F. N. K. Bailey. Sunday, ll a. m., Missionary Sermon by Rev. J. E, Johnson ; al ternate Rev. G. H. Burton. J. B. MATHEWS, T. E. BYRD, Moderator. Clerk. REMEMBER that weare pre pared to handle all kinds of Job printing. PROGRAMME INTER-DENOMINATIONAL CONVENTION _ / To be Held at Philippi Cl?irclTon July 12,13, 14,1901. FRIDAY, JULY 12-MORNING SESSION. 10 :3o-Devotional Exercises. 11 :oo-Organization. 12:00-Address of Welcome by Dr, W. P.Timmerman. Reply by P. R .Waits AFTERNOON SESSION. 2:00-Reports from Sunday Schools. 2 145:-Query I. How can members of the Sunday Schools be induced to do more Bible Reading ? Speakers: J. M. Shaffer, P. R. Waits, S.B. Marsh. Query II. Who is responsible to the world for a Pure Gospel ? Speakers : Thos. H. Rainsford, W. D. Hoi land, and J. M. Bell, Jr. Query III. The Relation of :the Sunday-School to the Church. Speakers: J. L. Smith, B. E. Nicholson and W. A. Strom. 3 :oo-Question Box. Miscellaneous,. and adjourn .. SATURDAY, I3TH.-MORNING SESSION. 10:00 to 10:30-Devotional Exercises. Query IV. How I prepare the Sunday-School Lesson. Speakers: Dr. D. A. J. Bell, G. M. Smith, and Ju lian Mims. Query V. How to Teach thc Lesson. Speakers : S. M. Jordan, D. T. Ouzts, and J. R. Reece. Query VI. Relationship of Sunday-School and Pastor. Speakers : Dr. L. R. Gwalt ney, Rev. P. B. Lanham, and Rev. F. E. Hodges. AFTERNOON SESSION. Song Service, 20 minutes. Query VII. What are the greatest dangers attending the Sunday-School and how best met ? Speakers : F. N. K. Bailey, E. G.Morgan and J. B. Timmerman. Query VIII. How can we bring about a Revival in our Sunday-School? Speak ers : R. H. McKie, Rev. G. W. Davis and Rev. J. T. Littlejohn. Query IX. What are the nominational Work ? Spea kers: L. F. Dorn, Philip N. M-rkert, Rev. Clyde. Opening Question Box. Miscellaneous, and adjourn. Services on Sunday to be provided by Convention. Ail Ministers and Superintendents are members ex-ofticio. Two delegates are allowed from each school, but tho larger schools have a delegate for each twenty-five pupils. All church workers and those sym pathizing with the cause are heartily invited to meet with us. Let this be everybody's convention; all ready to work as called on, or to volunteer a word in season. "In the multitude of council there is safety." Use this occasion to cultivate co-op eration between all Christian bodies in our country. " Behold how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity," Pray for the convention, that the Holy Spirit may use us to promote in many ways the Kingdom of Christ:. Remember the t rae and place, and let every delegate and speaker appoint ed be on hand. G. M. SMIT1I, J. R. REESE, THOS. H. RAINSFORP, REV. F. E. HODGES, REV. J. T. LITTLEJOHN, L. F. DORN, Committee. Every woman in the country ought to know about Those who do know about it wonder how they ever got along without it. It has robbed child birth of its terrors for many a young wife. It has preserved her girlish figure and saved her ranch suffering. It is an external lini ment and canica wich it therefore, absolutely no danger of upsetting the system as drugs take?, intern ally are apt to do. It is to bo rubbed into the abdomen to soften and strengthen the muscle? which are to bear the strain. This means much \a$a pain. It also prevents morning sieknec? and all of tha other discomforts or prpgnancy. A druggist of Macon, Ga?, anya: "I baye sold a large quantity of Mother's Friend and have never known an instance where it has failed to prod ncc the good resultn claimed for it." A prominent lady of Lam berton, Ark., writes: "With my first six children 1 was in labor from 24 to 30 hours. After using Mother's Friend, my seventh was born in 4 hours.'' Oct Mo???er> r.-lcml nt tb- ilrng Kturc, tti.OO I.er l.uttlo. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. AUAffA, CA. Writ, for our Crt. RllWtrated book, "L .'OHE BABY IS KOBJi." -\. Pleasant Lane Iteiu& ?orreipondcnce ofEdgell?la Advertiser.. Mr^S^lb?Law Hill, with her Ij^iraVr?j of North-Augusta, are j earn inering with the family of Dr. J. H. Carmichael. V " Rain ! Rain ! Grass ! Grass*! Misses Sarah and Eleanor Nich olson, of Rock Hill, have arrived. Mr. Will Nicholson has return ed home from South Carolina col luge. Mr. Daniel and Princess Eliza beth say that the unusual, down pour of rain interferes with Suu day afternoon drives. There was nothing exciting in ornear Edgefield this week.. No murders, no suicides, no dances, uo elopements. Union Heating. . 2D DIVISION. The Union of the 2d Division of the Edgefield Association will convene with Clark's Hill Baptist church of Christ, on Saturday be foie the 5th Sunday in Jun?, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. Missionary Sermon by Rev. P. B. Lonham. Sunday evening services to be provided at th? union. 1st Query. Are our churches and preachers holding up Christ in all His teachings before the world? Speaker: A. A. Glover. 2d Query. Is not idleness the cause "of a great per cent, of the crimes of this day, and what is the remedy ? Speaker: A. A. Ed mond. 3d Query. What is meant by that passage of Scripture "be not| uuequally yoked together with un believers"? Speaker:. Rev. A. G. Collum. 4th Query. Is the abandoning of Fasting and .prayer a or is it an advance in the progress" of religion? Speaker: Rev. J. P. Mealing. S. E. FREELAND, L F. DORN, Sec. and Treas. Moderator. CITATION. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD. Ln the Probate Coui't. By J. D. Allen, Esq., Prob?t? Judge Whenan, Mrs. Caroline jW.Floyd hrs made suit to me to grant her Letters *.?? Ad tni castration, of the estate and efi'ect6 of John Floyd, deceased. These are, therefore, lo (cite'and admonish all and singular the kin dred and creditors of tho said John Floyd, deceased, that they be and appear before me in the Court of Probate to be held at Edgefield C. H., S. C., on the 5th day of July, next, after publi cation thereof, at ll o'clock mathe forenoon, to show cause, if any. they have, why the said adminis tration should not be gr?nted. Given under my hanithelSth , -. , day of J^?fl8L SEAL. D. am j. P. E. c; REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE-In town of Edgefield, situate on south side of Addison ave nue, five acres of good land, two-room dwelling, recently overhauled, good well of water; also good building lot on street running from Griffin hill to Columbia street. Price for the whole $475. 6mar6sept FOR SALE-Horn's Creek lands, 165 acres, 3 good tenant houses, well wa tered on two sides, good springs, fine stock farm, best of cotton lands. Seven miles south of Edgefield C H. Price $1500. 4jan-1902 . FOR SALE-100 acres land, (old Fair homestead) G-room dwelling,-2 good tenant houses, all necessary outbuild ings, good gin house, well water?d, good pasture and fine cotton lands. Six miles south of Edgefield C H. Trite $1500 4janl902 FOR SALE-One tract of land con taining 140 acres wi th seven-room cot tage and two tenant houses, situate one and a half miles north of Trenton. Price $15 per acre. 30jan26Jan For Sale-65 acres, one tenant house, three miles east of Woodlawn, good farming lands. 2janl2m For Sale-In town of Edgefield, six room dwelling on north side of Main street, in heart of towh, barn and ata bles, servant's house, good well of wa ter. Everything comparatively new Price $2500. 2jan6m For Sale-136 acres, two tenant houses, 90 acres in cultivation, three miles east of Woodlawn, good stock farm, also good land for cotton and corn. Price $5 per acre. 2janl2m 1,000 acres land, 9 miles north of Edgefield, (the old Dr Clint Tompkins place), good dwelling, out buildings, well watered, good stand fot store; also mill site on land, fine stock range. Price $6500 as a whole, or will cut up land in small tracts. Apply to W. N. Burnett. 12mdecl9 Lot in town of feet Modoc, 33x100 Price $50. Apply to W. "N". Burnett Real Estate gent. Om., FOR SALE-117>? acres land >4 mile from Trenton; good barn and stables, 2 wells good water, two good tenant houses; 100 acres in cultivation: price $2,000. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate Agent. ;12m-dec 12-1900 House and lot on Geter street, at present occupied byT. C. Strom. Price $1000, one-third cash. Termo to suit purchaser. W. N. Burnett, Real Es tate Agent. For sale in the town of Edgefield, one house and lot on south side of Ge ter street. House contains three rooms, also barn and stables. One acre In lotJ Terins' $250 cash, or $300 on time. W/x acres of land in town ofEdge lield, West End, on Jeter Street: Price $300. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate] Agent, A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray streeton the town of Edgefield; good servants and other outhouses; also j good well of water, with 40 acres of land. Reasonable terms. Apply in person or by letter to w. N. BURNETT; REAL ESTATE AGENT.i " FLORENCE, S. C., NOV. 25,1900. I was first advLod by our family physician in Charleston to U8e TEETLLNA with our baby when she was but a very young infant, as a preventive of colic and to warm an i to sweeten the stomach. Later it was useful in t^ethin;1 troubles, and its effect has beer i found to be so very beneficial aa? so free from th9 dangers that are consequent upon the use of drugs and soothing syrups that we havo come to regard it, afteruse with three children, as one of the ne? cessities when there is a new baby in the house and until the teething troubles are, and we take pleasure in recommendi*ng it to our friends instead of tba horrid stuff that so many people use to keep their babies quiet. HARTWELL M. AYER, (Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly TimeB-Messenger.) Hen to Ml Mimi W. LUTHER JOKES, -Graduate ot Ontario veterinary Collie, TORONTO, CANADA. V?HEQIDH9V supon and DEPP. Office and Infirmary at B. L. Jones' stables, rear of Court House, EDG-EFIELD, S. O, I respectfully solicit the patronage of the people. ^F^Will anBwor telephone calls promptly. HP OP j-DGEFIEUD EDCEFIELD, S. C. State and County Depositary DIRECTORS. J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS, J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT, J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND, A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL.iR W.H. PRESCOTT. OFFICERS J. C. SHEPPARD, President. W. W. ADAMS, vice-President. E. J. lints, Cashier. _JrH. ALUNtlAss't^Cashiar, -main n An Pays interast'on deposits by special contract. Money.to loan on liberal terms. Prompt'and polite attentionjto busij ness. Vour Account Solicites. I ? (TRADE MARK REGISTERED NO. 17430.) FROG POND CHILL AND FEVER CURE THE ORIGINAL NO CURE NO PAY. 50 CENTS A SOTTLE. The old /diable the kind your fathers used to take. The one that never fails to cure. Don't waste ti ie and money experimenting with new cures. But go for the best from the jump, "^rog Pond is the ounce of prevention " r?? pound of cure combined. A',* for it take no substitute, if your merchant does not sell it write to us we will send it direct for SO cents. DAVENPORT & PHINIZY CO. Wholesale Druggists-Selling Agents. AUGUSTA. GA. E. J. NORRIS s ELLS: McCormick Binders Ec aper s Mowers Rakes Shredd ers J. I. Case Separators Acme Harrows Cutaway Harrows E*. J- B?Oi?RI@ EDGEFIELD, S. C. Photographs in latest styles, at prices to suif the tunes. R. ir. MfMS Stops tho Cough ami works off tho Cold. Laxative Bremo.-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. Np cure, i p pay Prioe 25 cents. Now is tho time to subscribo for the ADVERTISE?. Til ADD UABX. * ?HE GHE?T HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. They bring Health, Strength >nd Happiness to the "Weak and Convalescent. An Unexcelled Appetizer. MISHLER HERB BITTERS CO., <? 400 North 3d Street. Philadelphia. Pa. SOUTHON RA?LWA5?. Central Tun? at Jacksonville rad Savannah. Easton) Tims ait Other Poluta. Sou ?dui? in EffeQt Jan.. WOniKDOCTTD. LT. IS?SESv?IS (P_. B). " |avanaan (So. By.). " BartoOT. " Blackville....?/?,? Ar. Coiamblft .. ?V. QBRSfjE J uranie Branohvi! Orangebarg., m " Ringville ... Ar. Columbia .. JV. AuRUBta, (So. Bjr. f JV. Grantville Lv. Aiken. Lv. Trenton " Johnston.... ?x. Columbia, (TJ. D.Y.. v. Columbia, (Bldg St Winiisbor? Cheater . Book Hill , Charlotte ^r. Danville Ar. Richmond Sleeping G?r Serrioe. Excellent dally passenger service between Florida ?nd New York. Noe. 9? and 82-New York and Florida Lim ited! tri ly except Sunday, composed exclu- , lumbla TndYsTXitfuStjnVr Pullman sleeping cars between Augusta and ' Alicea aw Now York, runs from Augusta to Columbia ria Blackville. Parlor .can be tween Onarloston and Columbia. Nos. 80 and M-Now York and Florida Ex presa Drawing-room sleeping cars between Augusta and New York, Pullman drawing room sleeping cars between Port Tampa, Jack sonville Savannah. Washington and Yew York Pullman sleeping cars between Chr. riot te and Richmond. Dining cars batweon Charlotte and Savannah. Nos. 33 and 30-U. S. Fast Mail. Through Pullman drawing-room buffet slc?plng cars be tween Jacksonville und New York and Full man sleeping ears notweea Augusta and Char lotte. Dining ears serve all meals earonte. Pullman sieoplng i-ara between Jacksonville and Columbia, ourouto dully between Jaokson Tiile And Cincinnati, via Asheville. FRANK S. GANNON, _Tlilr<i'V*-P.?Gcn. Hg Washington, D. C W. B. TALOE, ?s't Gen. Pass. Ag't., Atlanta, Wa. S. H. HARDWICK, , Gen. Pas. Agt.( Washington, D. 0. R. W. HUNT, Div. Pass. Ag'?.. Charleston, S. 0. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimmiimiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii M H-3 W > r-3 w fed t=j o M w pf I -3 !iiiiiiiiiiiiilii!ii|ii!i|iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiimiiin FOR RENT. Oue Dwelling House and lot one mile from Court House on Buncombe St., House contains 6 large rooms, and a commodious pantry and stove room. On the lot there is a barn and stables, a servant house and a well of fine water. For further particulars apply to D. S. DuBOSE, May 8-Sm Edgefield, S. C. This signature is on evory box pf the g-onvlno Laxative Bromo-Quinin? r?iei? the remedy that cures a cold in one day TO CURE A COLO N ONEDAY Take Laxati ve Bromo Quinine Tablets, All druggist* refund the mon??y if it fails to cure. fi. W^Grove's signature is on each box. 35c Stands Pre-eminent When it Comes to Low Prices. A visit to our store will couvince you. We mean what we" say. Our Hue of Spring aud Summer fabrics aro so numer ous, pretty, and surprisingly cheap that the alert shopper will see mauy interesting things. Our WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT is surpassing cheapness exemplified. BUNTINGS, LAWNS, and DIMITIES from 3^c to 25c yd EMBROIDERIES, ALL-OVER LACES, BEADING, NOVELTY BRAIDS-competition stands in owe of our per fect assortment. Their cheapness is a blessing. SHOES This department is very much in EVIDENCE for its durability, comfort, graceful patterns, and completeness, of STYLE. Our humanic and world- known lines are a crown ing triumph. The factory backe us in a personal guarantee with every pair. CLOTHING YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S In this line our varieties excell at every point. UN BIASED judges tell us that our goods are the handsomest, our prices the lowest. ? These are the two special elements we try to unite in our business. The gooe s are silent but supply strong evidence of the above. ^^xiotlaoir JV crt. Additional cause for rapturous applause in the line of our Fast Black Lace effects and French Stripe HOSIERY. Medium and extra sizes. SEE that elegant line of LADIES' GAUZE VESTS at 5c to 50c, The 5c and 10c Counters Are quite attractive. Come to see them. BUSTLES and SKIRT FORMS. We ask an inspection of our lines and at least a part of your business. W, H. TURNER, EDGE FIELD, S. C. MOLD HOMESTEAD MADE NEW By the use of onr superior pride of the South No. 1 paints is a trans formation devoutly to be wished" by those who wish to preserve their property and have it look fresh and attractive. Our high grade Pride of the South Paints are made from the best colors, and will not peel or blister when ap plied, but are very durable. We carry one of the largest lines of the Cleveland Varnish Co. MR.W. E. LYNCH l andlos our good, and can supply you with anything in our line. O'Connor & Schweers ' Paint Co 841 IB IR, O 7k. JD STREET AUGUSTA GEOKGIA. Ipolished Ifijflfi. The Standard of Purity in P0P-C03N WHISKEY it Has th? Subtle Charm in flavor to Plec.se Consumero. % QUARTS. PINTS AHO HALF Pf HTS. Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolin: FRANK 6. TULLID6E & CO.. Clnclnnatl.Oblo.. PROF. P. M. WHITMAN, 209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga., GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defects of sight, grinds the proper g IMUS and WAK KA NTS them. Lenses cut into your frame while you wait oms ai Presses. GET OUR PRICES. ^Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin. Press, Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits. building:, Bridge, Factory, Fu ric and Railroad Casting's, Railroad, M ll Uachipists? and Factory Supplies. ' Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We ;a?t every day: Work 150 Hands. Lojtf Iron forte $ Supply Co AJUSTA, GA Foundry, Machine, Boiler, Press and Gin Works 02GT" Repau s Promptly Done H ruua.,oaucimo?i(Uiaso<xuo. r & J B??t External Remedy in the World fer Rheumatism, Neuralgia, SPRAINS, BACKACHE, AC, Depot : No. 400 North Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. GEO. T. SHARPT0N, DENTIST, EIPQ-IE^ JIEJLD, S, O Front Room \n Chronicle B'ld'g. I respectfully ?oliclt th? patronage of the people Winthrop College Scholarship and Entrance Examinations. The examinations for the award of vacant scholarships in Winr throp College and for the admis, sion of new students will be held at the County Court House on friday, July 12th, at 9 a. m. Ap plicants must not be less than fif teen years of age. When scholar ships are vacated after July 12th, they will be awarded to those mak ing the highest average at this examination. The cost of attend ance, including board, furnished room, heajt, light and washing, is $9.00 per mouth. For further in formation and a catalogue address Pres. D. B. Johnson, ^ock D T.GRICE. HENRY bl WATSON. GRICE & WATSON, LIVERY STABLES, (Grice's Old Stand.) gjmT" Patronage of the public sol c ned. Prompt, faithful, and carefu service. Reasonable charges.