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A* "the advocate. Pl'BLISMKD KvrRY WKDNKgDAY. Peyton Hartley went to Augusta Thursday. OllieHwvgert was in town several days last week. Mr. Wise, of Clouds Creek, was in town last week. Messrs. Riley and Long have returned from DenLj-'s. Miss Anna Thomas has returned from pl?l crm tint.; ..VU. k7|IIIU?. Jim Rutland, of Moiiuettu, called in to see us lact Thursday. Curtis Cullem, with his goat and cart, is king of Boyville. Misses Lizzie and Lucile Cullam have been visiting at Ridge Spring. Mr. W. O. Matthews. tiie solid old Roman, was in town Saturday. Rev. M. D. Padgett, of Mt. Willing, was in town on business Monday. Mr. Richard Watson returned to ins home last Saturday?Come again. A large lot of cotton was sold in our town Saturday, causing ilia merchants to do a rushing business. The office of Lawyer Strother is being fixed up nicely, and will be quite attractive when finished. Mrs. J, P. Mathews left for Colum bia last Wednesday. Site nas been visiting her mother, Mrs. Kernaghan. Mrs. Plunkett, of Graniteville, has been here several days visiting her brothers Messrs. J. C. & L. D. Culium. Mr. Pink Watkins was in our ofilce last week. So was Manchester Watson. Call again, we are alwiu s gland to see you. Mr. Mike Rutland, the horse-trader, went to Atlanta last week and brought back a nice lot of stock. Mike is all right. Dr. L. M. Mitchell was called to see Sheriff Whittle, who is critically ill. The Doctor says there is some hope for him. M es?rs. Tom Kernaghan and W. I.. Rawl went to Atlanta Tuesday and re lurnea inursuny. i ney reported a pleasant trip Mr. Maxwell, of Saluda, lias been here several weeks. He is contemplating locating here, and a grod move it will be for him. Mr. A. Lake, the "bee man," was in town last Wednesday. lie is quite successful in this line, and is making it pay him handsomely. Mr. Jas. I'. Cooley, who is teaching the Popular Springs school, is boarding in our town. Such young men as he, is an addition to any town. The fellow who paid his subscription because be thought we needed it, wili please wait 'till he gets married. He will then think Hie Advocate is worth answer to "clappings" of the dignified Senators. Mr. W.S. Hite attended the meeting of the County Board of Registration at Lexington C. II. Monday. Mr. Hite was appoited a member of the board about one year ago. The Masons held their regolar communication on Friday evening. One "poor blind" candidate was started on the mysterious route The lodge is in an excellent condition. Mr. Owen Cannon was here Saturday with a load of fine turnips. This successful old farmer is a loyal son of Ireland. May he live to see the tyrant'.chain torn from his countrymen Dr. E.G. Ridgell not only subscribed for The Advocate himself, but for his son and daughter, who are attending i different Colleges. He has set a good example for others. Will you follow ii? Col. J. Feaster Lyles, the Sug? of th< Sand Hills, was in town Tuesday. Col. Lyles, is as well informed gen tie man as our county affords. \V? need such men as he in our Legislative Halls. We are compelled to leave out several article this issue We thank out friends and assure them their ilemwill receive proper attention. In tin mean time, give us the news. We need it and we want it. Toe Woman's Missionary Soviet* will meet in the liate^hurg Huptitt Church next Friday afternoon at *t 0VI01 k, A full attendence is vert milch desiied. Subject for the meeting, Mexico and brazil. The big old fashioned candy pulling, at the residence <>f I?r. Harden last F. i Jay night. was "pulled" <11 as ad Vertised. A large crowd \vn-? then and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. 11 was a success in every respect. .Mr. Willis, the etllcieiit a,cut of tin Southern, was here Sun tay. I? ?eein as if Itateshurg Ins-yeial ..tlruct ionfnr him lately. \ ., ? blames liiin? He tain one.-* will protest. Look well hi 3 mit i;?iii i i iricnii vtiiiis. We htm in receipt of an invitation to the (tyaitmsion Exhibilioj of WutTord 0< I lege Mary thanks to fiitorgr Bates. By tlie way, George is a digot|ied Senior. Like nil of our hoys, he will be found among; those at the top I?r Cro.-son was in town Tuesday lie added to our empty treasury. Long may lie and The Advocate abide together. The l)octor is one of the best men in our County and is hy io> means a dead issue 111 t ie politics of our Couii ly. The bank is attracting quite a number ' f people to our town for the purpose of borrowing money. Of course, when tliey look at the nice displays n. the stores of our advertisers they ar? compelled to buy something before leaving town. Reports show a greatly increased death rate from throat and lung troubles, due to the prevalence of croup, pneumoniajtnd grippe. We ^Ivise the useofOne Minutc Cough Curs in ail of these difficulties. It is the only harmless remedy that immediate results. Children like it. F. B. Guuter. A large crowd was on hand to witness the mule auction. The auctioneer wu a patient talking machine. No fancy price* were paid, though there weie several excellent mules put on the block. The country is already filled up with stock. Several of our Saluda friends are complaining of the terrible condition of the roads. Is there no plan we can find to change the condition of our roads? We are staunch advocates of sand and clay. A good combination. Give us better roads! Persons who can not take ordinary piim uiiu it a pleasure toiase Hewitt's | Little Early Risers. They are the best little liver pills ever made. F. B. Guoter. Mr. Frank Shealy, Lexington's new Treasurer, was on our streets the past week. Mr. Shealy is a self-made man, and enjoys the confidence of his fellow citizens. We always will be glad to ee Treasurer Shealy. We number him among cur faithful friends. Mr. Leavel Davis,one of the Sand Hill's up-to-date farmers wns here last week. We will hereafter give him the news. People who believe the sand hills can't make gocd crops, should pay a visit to Mr. Davis and be converted. i There is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Uazel Salve. The original is a safe and certain cure for piles. It is a soothing and healing salve for sores and ?all skin diseases. We are now prepared to do jour job work in the most approved style. We have received a lot of new type and material which makes our Job Office the equal to any in the State. We have secured the services of an experienced job printer. Give us a trial order. Like bad dollars, nil counterfeits of De W itt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth less. The origiaal quickly curss pilee, sores and all skin diseases. F. U. Gut ter. Our friends ha**e called to see us generallv the past week, that is the right thing to do. When you couie to j Batesburg, make Tho Advocate office your headquarters. Plenty of room i iui juur uuiiuifs, jjeave anyiniug dui haliies and dogs. We dont know how to pcnder to their wants. Kerent experiments allow that nil classes of foods may be completely di- , I gested by a preparation called Kodal i | Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely digests what you eat. As it is the only combination of all the natural digestants ever devised the demand for it lias become enormous. It has never failed to cure the very worst cases of indigestion and it always gives instant relief. F. R. Guneer. We understand that one of the best entertainments of the season will be given at the Institute. Thursday evening. The scene from the deservedly famous 'Passion Plays" will he shown. We will also b'* treated to a delightful trip around the world in Ho minutes. The masterpiece of the worlds 1110s famous artists will he reproduced by the laleat j0mLa? *r<h _ - . ' MilTTomn..'J^p/liar with DeWiIt's Little Karly Risers and those who use them find them to be famous little liver pills. Never gripe F. B. Uunter. Rev. Yancy V. A. Riser, a popular young minister of Etheredge in Saluda County, was in town Inst Friday. Mr. Riser has recently located in that sect ioa where he is pastor of several churches. lie is thoroughly prepared for his work and is one of the most eloqueut young ministers in the Lutheran Synod. Brother Riser Is a warm fr:enil of The Advocate, and he is always a welcome visitor in our ollice. Our Gad About spent a day witii the Court House folks over in Lexington Monday. A profitable and pleasant day was spent. Lexington, is all right. For various and many reasons, we think more of our court house people than ever before. For the weakness and prostiation f blowing grippe there is nothing so prompt and affective as One Minute Cough Cure. This preparation is highv endorsed as an unfailing remedy for alt throat and lung troubles and its early use prevents consumption. It was made to cure quickly. F. II. Hunter. Rev. E. W. Bowen requests us V? announce to the members of his congregrations in Saluda county, that he will be able to I'll liIn appointments next Sat urday and Sunday, Fell Jith and 10th, He lias lieen sick several days with Fa Grippe. Bev. Bowen is is a leader among the colored people of our town and is doing a noble work in trying to better the condition of hi* race. We welcome such of his class in our midst. School Claims. Cashed at The First National Bank of Ba'e-burg at a reasonable discount. | The Best Prescription for flalarla. c hill aed Fevt-r i* a bottle of (i rovk'r j Tai i kl.sra C rill Tonic Itis-impl iror and f tinlue In a tasteless formNo -lire?titpay. Trie# $0r, Lexington (iranil .lory The following are names of tlie (irand .iury of Lexington County for the ensuring year: W. I>. Dent. C. II. Eleazer, W. C. Weed, (Jeneral Lucas, .1. K. Rucliiinon, J. I. I.eaid, J II. Derrick J. Andrew healy, E. Silas Hall-nun, E. K. Metz. To the Public in Uencral. (nder the new storage rules all persons allowing their freight to rtinain in this depot over 49 hours will he mbje< t totlir following storage charges: For less than car load quantities tine cent per 100 pounds for each day or fraction thereof, with a minimum, charge of five cents for any one package or lot (Property of one consignee,) ti.it not more than one dollar per day for any one consignment not In excess of car loads). This rule will le rigidly enforced. Very Truly Yours, I). P. 1IAKTLKY JR., Agt. Sou. Ky. Co, J BATESBUR? COTTON MARKET Prices subject to change without notice and corrected by W. C. Cartldg* weekly. Low Mldling 9 1-16. Strict 4 4 4 9 1-8. Middling 9 1-4. - * V ij-o. Good ' 4 V 1-2. Too* of market unsettled. To Cure a Cold in One I>ay. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on a.*ch box. 25c. School Claims. Cashed at The First National Bank of liatesburg a', a reasonable discount. Tencher?* Examination. Saluda, 8. C., Feb. 2nd. '01 An examination will be held in the court house at Saluda, on Friday, Feb. 15, '01, for those deairing teachers' certitleates. Applicants must furnish their own stationary. \V. S. VVightman, Supt. of Ed. How to Cure the Crip. Keuiain quitely at home and take Ghnuiberlain'sCongh Pemedy as directed and a quick recovery is sure to follow. That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result in pneumonia, which is really the only serious danger. Among the lens of thousands who have used it for the grip not one case 1ms even been reported that did notrecover. For sale by F. B. <Iunter. A powerful engine cannot be run with a weak boiler, and we can't keep up the strains of an active life with a weak stomach : neither we can we stop the human machine to repair*. If the stomach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong, such a preparation as Kodol Dyspesia Cure should be usid. It digests what you eat and it simply can't help but do you good. F. B, CSunter. At the Institute Two Nights. The Hillyer'a "Wonders'' Co., and Grand Gift Carnival, will be at the Bateshurg Institute Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9 h. If you want the full value of your money don't fail to attend. The company comes highly recommended and elegant and costly presents will he distributed to the audience. Everybody receives a number with a paid admission ticket. Give them a large house. For Fule: O'd newspaper: at tli s cilice at 15 cents per ion. (ieutlemeii of the.fury. The following ore the names of the Petit Jnrv of Lexington County, for the February term of Court, which convenes Feb. 18th: II. Wessinger, Julian (1. Eargle, H. t. . Jtiser, .1. W. Pond, J. M. Boon, Thus. L. Williams, II. H. Bice, Qeo. L. Dreher, C. T. Weed, Alfied Hunter, I). W. Friek, John J Culler, W. C. Lorrick, Lee Muller, J. T. Craps, M. L. Youngener, J. E. Coon, Juo A. Burgess, J. B. Hilton, Daniel Fry, Ceo. H. Cooti, R. N. Simons, O, M. Ciiuovs J . ulnier, J. 11. Shealy. N.| D. Hill, C. H.' Blckley, J. A. S. Met*, T. N. Sheaiy, Manuel Long, G. C. Kook, W. L. K. Johnsou, ti. David MoCartha, J. W. I.indler, 1'. II. Sheaiy William Sharpe. Planting Irish Potatoes. It is almost time to begin, and the first thing to consider is the Seed. You may prepare carefully and fertilize freely, and without good seed make a failure. The genuine Blis? Triumph, or, as often called, Stray Beauty, is a fine variety lor this climate and soil. They are early, yield well, are of good quantity. Then too, being early and vigorious they are not so much injured by the bugs as some kinds, ftowever, as we said at first gel the true seeil. We saw some at Dr. Harris' Drug store yesterday that arc beauties. They are grown in Maine especially for Seed, and are certainly as fine as we ever saw. Go and look at them and you will educate your eye. SOUTHHUN TO HAVE NEW FAST TltAIN. Will he Put mi Sunday. .January iiTtli 11)01 Between Atlanta a nit Tito Knst. Another fast train to the Knst will be put on the 9outhern Railway next Sunday. It will lie known as the ' Atlanta and New York Express." This is an entirely new train and in no wise atTeets tlirpiesent 6chedul s of the other trains of tie Road. The object will he to provide improved pa sengcr facitie-at the several points between Atlanta and Charlotte at Wlii h the trains stops, and at the same time, relieve the "Washington and South western I.united"' of heavy express and coach travel which that train now handles. The new train will be No. ttI north bound and tlH souihho.nd. It will leave Atlanta daily at twelve twenty p. m. (12 :20> Atlanta tune, one twenty |<1:20) Eastern time, twenty minutebehind the Limited, st ps i 11 l>< I made at 1 u ord, Gninsvi le | Lul.i, Mo:iit Airy. Toceoi, West in in[ ter, SeutiM, Central, Has ley , Greenville j Greers. Spartanburg, Gaffney, Rlacksbnrg, Kings .Mountain, Gustonia anil Lowell. At Charlotte where the train Will arrive at nine ten |>. ni. (! : 10> connection wil he made with ; through train from Columbia, Sivan i*?( .? ? i i?n ?'??, ?? i* it ii i rnnir^ tt ?imiinglon tli?* next morning at 7:55 a. in, and New York at 2 :03 p. in. Southbound lb*train will leave New York at 3 :2i p. in , Washington SI :f>f p. m. and arrive in Charlotte 8 :0~? a. in. leaving Charlotte ht H > m Tin train will stop at the same station" southbound us No. .71 nerthhoiind. and will reach Atlanta at 3:35 p. ni. At laota time, 4 :S5 p. in,, Eastern tim? which m twenty minutes ahead of tlx Limited. The "Washington and Southwest err Limited," which is to tie relieved ol roach-travel by the Kxpress, will b< made one of the highest class passer, ijcr trains In the Country. It will b? a aoliu train of Pullman cars, will; Diner attached. Agents of Southern Railway will cheerfully furnish detailed information relative to tlrs improved service. W. H. TAYLOR, A. (J. P. A. i I > Dry Goods, Notions, Sboes, 11*1 lltatipg Stoves, Cooling St< ri r.vv Uri!jl? C LnGrlppe Quickly Cured. "In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I win taken dowr. with a severe attack ol what is called La Grippe" saj-s F. L, Hewett, a prominent druggist of Winfield, III. "The only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It broke tip the cold and stopped the coughing like magic, ami I have never since been troubled witliCrlppe." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy can always be depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward oil any threatened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to take, too. which makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular preparations in use for these ailments. For sale by 1". B. Gunter. $1,800 worth of up to date clothing must go below cost at STE ADMAN & RILEY'S SOUTH CAROLINA GREAT SHOW. (Continued from I.ast Week.) Tin- main Exposition buildings wil the Cotton palace, the Agricullura Palace, the M iningand Fore>t ry Build' ing, the Auditorium, the Administra t.ion Building, the Machinery anc Transportation Buildings, and othei structures?Ievoted to railroad exhibits to restaurant purposes and to publi< comforts. Besides all ihese there wil 1 stand on the Wagoner place the Unitei ! Siates Government Biiihlii.g. the Wo uiaii uhiiuiii^, me several ; t:it? ant City Iluildings and t li?* Negro Department. The Cotton Palace will he the most imposing of the Exposition buildings i It will cover upwards of 50,()0u feet o j lloor space, will L 55"* feet i'i lengtl and at least HK? feet in width. One ol the features of this building will risi | an imposing dome to a bight of mori than lot) feet. At the northern end of the garden there will be a grand Plaza from wbicl: a splendid view will be obtained of the main Exposition buildings. The vistas opening out from tins point through groves of palmetto trees which will line the outer edges of the walkd around the Garden will extend for a distance of 2,000 feet. Just north of the grand Pla/.a will stand the Auditorium building, directly opposite the Cotton Palace, from which a view msv he .ohtz\r j* ^.vrv .Court Paltcefl, with the Sunt en Garden, and its trees and flowers and the sloping banks which surround it. Each of the Exposition buildings will be 400 feet in length, with an average width of loo feet, and, as already stated, will be connected by coioonades can tie used for exhibits. Among the special at tractions of the Conrt of Palacc9 will be fountains and bits of statuary and handsomely designed cnlums of the Spanish type, all contributing to the beauty of the scene At one end of the Sunken Garden, a music stand will be erected, tud at the other end a pergola or lattice work screen, against which will grow during the Exposition period, the most beautiful of tropical vines. In the centre of the Plaza there will be a sun-dial ten feet in height and thirty feet in diameter. Which ever way the ?ve looks, there will be visions of beauty Toward the south, the great Court of Palaces, toward the east, the tcwers at the entrance to the Midway, and looking across the entrance way the groves add minarets of the Wagoner place. MHW AND ENCYCLOPEDIA. cA Statistical <Volamc of Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages, ~OVHR jtooo TOPICS. OVFR 10,000 FACTS. SPECIAL FEATURES.? rr The census of f ' * j I9C0. National and State dec- rjjfig, ' T^eSS tion returns, Fourcenturiesoi 1 American prop- fr&r. jiiilnijo ress. " Political 1 record of 1900 iiiie, (conventions i ^5tL. land olatlofmil.ll?^JW v-SS&k American role in *-??5 the Philippines. ffiSl , New govern- <rr^~J ments of Porto Rico and Hawaii. Polar exploration in 1900. r Conclusion of the South African i war. Pan-American Exposition of 1901. China?Its present con. dition and status among nations. , Roster of general officers of the I Regular U. S. Army, 1789?1900. A Political Register. i Facts that every patriot and voter ought to know. : Standard American Annnal. (FostpiiJ to any tddrcsi. 2$ ZA * mE WORLD, I Pointer Bid a., AVev York eT jokes - - - - - DEALER 1JV t?, Caps, Hardware, Groceries, Trunks, Clothin Fi area, Sewing Machines, V/ajons, Brick, Li ERATi MERflTT A "XT |AND| jOTTon Buyer, ; New Y ork Racket, Store House Cleaning Time Twice a year its customary to clean i house. We'v gono through our Stock in the aine way, and have cleaned out the broken lots and are offering them at prices that will make them go quiek. Ladies "Wool plated Vest, 60c worth 75c. I 1 Cotton 4 4 25 4 4 40c. 4 4 Wool Vest ?fc Pants 76 suit 03c. Mens Heavy Fleeced U Shirts 81 pr. 98c I 4 All Wool UnderShirts 1.25 Fr 1.75. 1 4 4 H'vy Merino U Shirts 75 worth 98. 4 4 Fleecy Garland Draw's f>9 4 4 75. ] Ladies and Misses Jackets and Capes r at less than Cost. ' Art Squares 9 x 10,'g at 1.93 worth 2.69 1 Jeans Pants at 09c sold r' 90^. J 1 Best Oil Cloth at 19c. I Wool Sox 11c. Clothing Has Never been Offered 1 as Cheap. I The Sheep that were sheared to make i the Suit* we are offering at $2.95, 0.75 ^ 4.50 and $6.60, would shed tears of , agony, if they knew their wool were being sold at such low prices. i ! Just received a beautiful selection of > Valentines. We so' cit business only, ODly on I the basi of perfect satisfaction. Yours for Bargains. J. *WHITTEN, Prop., Hamburg, WAVTID?ACTIVE MAN' OF GOOD CHARACter to deliver anil collect iri South Carolina for d established mauitfactr.ring wholesale hooso. a year, sure pay. I! onesty more than *rieme required. Onr reference, any bank in te city. Enclose self- addressed sta'mped envelope. Manufacturers,. Third Floor, U4 Dear -ora St., Chicago. New Crop c Cigars, Tobsc K very tiling to be foin I Store, we have. Hartley & LIVERY ST A RLE J. J. Ra^ DEAL; General Merc lror tlic next I>() clays we oft Glothiug, Pants, Shoes and 1 Steadman l-N ' ? ueait General m A full line of Funiture on ban Tlic (Jet our prices oil Fertilizers. N'oo $1,800 worth of C'luiliinp must be s< s believing. JOB PRINTINGS We are putting in a First-Class J will then he prepared to print anything MOTH IKJSTKR. Be patient, frie lob Work in the best and latest sta les ??KINTUkS Employed. - ! g. ne Sh'ngles, Fertilizers, Leather, me. Cement. DISE S. Wanted! Everybody to Know, That I have for sale a large and beau ful selection of framed Pictures. Engravings and Pnintings. ALSO PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. Call and see and be convinced. R. L. RAMEY. Saluda, S. C. ENGINES, BOILERS GINS and PRESSES. Complete Cotton. Saw, Grist, Oil an* Fertilizer Mill Outfits; also Gin Pros: Cane Mill and Shingle Outfits. Ruild ing. Bridge, Factory, Furnace and Rail road < astins; Railroad, Mill, Factory and Machinists' Supplies. Belting Packing, Injectors, Pipe Fittings Saws, Files, Oilers, Etc., cast ever; day. Work 160 hands. Lombard Iron Worls Supply Co AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. Foundry, Machine, Boiler and Gii Works. Repairing Promptly Dore, iy-iu-i- u. G. P. COBE Dealer in JBUQGIES, ^7^^C3-OISrS SF crjeisriTXTE^E COFFINS. cs?\AI?HJ CASKETS and on " METALIC CASF^' Johnston. ... ? -1 ' I- M. MITCHELL.' PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 'j Office Hours: 8 to 9 a. m. 2 to 'J p. m. T :30 to 9 p. ni (arden Seed. :co( Gigarettes. id in a first class Drug Quattlebaum. IN CON MICTION. rl L Sons, ERS IN ;handise, Etc, or special inducements in du Eleavy Dress Goods# & Riley, 3rs Inzr? ERCHANDISE id, Rcli atte Studebakcr Wwgotii c but t kbest brand*. >ld bci.i) w c nst. Conir and see. S*eiu OB PRINTING OI'TI IT this wri>k ni : fr >1X1 a VISITIM1 CAKlk to a MA! ?*] g, aivl we will be preps .ml to do wo of the Printer's Art. We lia\e Kxp< "T "* . t G. L. Trotter. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Offers his Professional Services to people of llatesburg auJ vicinity. J as. W. Pitt: SURGEON-DENTIST, tSfOffice at Etheredge 1 >ui!<Jiny SALUDA, S. C I Jones & Hardin. J " ' Laundry Agents m Laundry must be left at E. JONI store by Monday afternoon. Delivi ed every Saturday. SATISFACTION GUARANTEE! j. w. dkvore, j. k. o. orec.ory Edgefield, H C. .Saluda, S. Devore & gregor ATTORNEYS AT LAW. All business intrusted to our <i receives prompt attention. U& Office up stairs in Ethered building. E. K HARDIN. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Office at .Home. PAUL SPANN. Fresh Meats of All Kir Uestuarant in connection. When town eat with me. Parties hav I Cattlo for sale will do well to see ^ before selling. OKO. JOHWTOS. H. II. WKLCH. J. I?. HITII ! JOHNSTONE.WELC ; AND HUNTER , ATTOItNEYS-AT-LA\V. Okxick up 3tairs in Etlieredge I hi y Sai.uua, - - - S. < 1 P. B. Asbill n Watches, ClOcks.'an Jewelry Repairing. McLena Building, BATES BURG. s. C. J. V. CULBUEATH. C. J. RAMAI ) CULBREATH & RAMA' ^ r*g [attoknkys-at-law. 1 Office up Stairs in Etheredge Bi i"?. Sai.uiia, - - - - s Eugene W. Able ATTORNEY and COUNSELOI Offices at ' Eduefim.d C. 11. andSai.uda C. .Prompt Attention (Jiven to All ! mess. ?-v. e. l. aSe?el:u Attorney at La>7, - Leesawak, ?"T" s Practice in all Courts Business i cited. GO TO _SAM_ KOWES. Restuarant'Tor fi r s t-c 1 a meals, at all hours. ,r Watson & Town i STire Ins., ^.g'ent To van raid Country Risk. Offi'-i' in . )C-\TK Iinildin IL L, HAETLE d~X ?; In a run / uy u fjuyt txu. : EVES EXAMINED EkEE. Gordon's Jewelry Stor i>1 urin,,- I.r tint* Wait lit s .1 Qatevburq, . NT E Ru I'LAN A n n OKijh'fs .t It is friends n.'1^ ! liimers fl\Mt it*- ki-> n lot ?>f firstmules. He (iesir.n his frientls in around | ->>pri n;t t<? Known lie lias operw'tl a f. ret-class sale feed stable mi flint <t-owii. An e lent lut nf It.Jokers l?t;d jf.nnl Jon I ftive me a enII. HATJSKAt TION* til A I. A.TTF. TBEO. L QUATTLEBAU PHYSICIAN & SURGEOI ' Office -flver Harris' Drug S Money to Loan, farming iuvmI" . Easy paym Vii ?oinmis-.ioii?> rh.irgtMj. Burr pays t???a of perfecting l?>ai > Jojis iB. Pai.mf.r A s?>s 'P | Columbia, 8. _ EruiNK XV . ABI.K, All S.? lll.ia S, ; <5 "r aia aifuitura in on ?very ho* of lh? g< !rl' .axaiivc Uromo Quinine t? 11 M> raaady that earn n roltl in DDI I ?H j Miscellaneoas & Business Notices. . * 9 . 1 tl?e For Sale or lteiit. X.Land near Einory and in Orangeburg hb i >.. i?..;i.?:..., i..i? :.. t 111 _ /v/t ifuiiuiii^ iv* o in i-itri.*"'vine Apply iO D. B. Busby, - ^ 1 S, Monetta, S. C. , I>ou't Trespass. AII parties ire hereby forbidden to hunt, Hah or tresrass upon any lauds of ~ Ihe undersigned situated in Saluda County on pain of the penalties pro- -'fla vided by law. B. B. Pou, ... ..^t 33' W A Mitchell Sr , Mrs J II LaGrone. H Notice Not to Hire or Harbor ^^B 'j, and lteward. I v All persons are hereby notified and H I warned not to liire, iiurbor or keep fll Alfred Yarboroug'i, a black clean shaved negro about 24years old. lie is H ire inder contract to luc. Suital'e re- BB ward paid to any one who will arrest H iiim aud bring bitn tome. W. A. Mitchell, Sr. ''^1 3mo-ll-o-'OO. Hickhardsonvnlo S C. H TO THE DEAF. A rich ludy, cured of iter Deafae s fl .nd Noises iu the Head by Dr. Nichol-oil's Artificial Ear Drums, gave JjtlO- f OOO to his Institute, so that deaf peo- ) pie unable to procure the Ear Drums ^ may have tbem free. Address No. j 11980?c. The Nicholson Institute, 780 |H| * Eighth Avenue, New York, <J. S. A. i in * J ine ^ ,ut Notice. All parties are hereby forbid to bust of any kind upon lauds of the und?r- M ,-if ned situated in Saluda County ou pain of the penalties prot ided by law. C It Adams, S J Turner, NV J McGee, I. 11 Hawkins, B I, Caughmao. Our Clubbing Oiler. The State (semi-weekly edition) and Phe Advocvte for $2.25 a y< ar, $1.25 . for six months, ltegulur i>rI e >f both papers $3.00 a j ear $1.50 for six months. 'Hie Thrice-a-Week World and The ug Advocate for $1.05 a year, 85 cents for _ 1 six months. Regular price of both pa,K* pers $'i.00 a year anil $1.00 for six j 1_jH months. J The News and Courier (weekly edi- 1 lion; and THE ADVOCATE $1,73, six A 11 1" months 90 cents. j 1 c NOTICE. ! ? All persons are hereby forbidden to enter upon or in any manner trespass upon any lanas of the undersigned for I. hunting or any purpose. Geo. L. Salter, n, J- ? Watson, ? E. 1'. Watson, Bus- .. . 11. J. I urrest, 1*. 11. Watson, ^ J. P. Itodgers, ^ 11. F. Reshston. T v c ; j ~ ' III.J'." " ? 1 All persons are hereby forbidden | to enter upon, or in any manner tres? pass upon my finds situated in Saluda County for hunting or any purpose. F. M. Yarborough, 11. L. Prater, E. Mathew, Pr. G. I.. Trotter, .SS :lin. lO-fll-'OO. ^ :hu. ll-iil-'tu. j Tresspass Notice. - j All persons whomsoever ar hereby j uotilie ! not to tresspuss or enter upon f?" I for any purpose our lands situated in Saluda County South Carolina touching lands of O. M. Able, J. It. Bryan and others. Any violation will be 9m I prosecuted to the full extent of the ! law. Myrtle Pushtoo. I William Rushton. / ^19 " Prices will be made upon application ^HS for other combinations than above. n,.y Subscriptions alsn received for any ot tlie above papers singly. The ratue ipiotcd are strictly furnish in advance. >g liic Advocate anrl Atlanta constitution week* ly l year $1.75 cents, six months no cents?Tha Ity. I advocate and Atlanta semi-weekly Journal, i yea# 51.75 six montcs cents. 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