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Kdgefield Advertiser
T?OS. J.ADAMS, .... EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4.
INFORMATION.
Subscription Price-Sent to any
address for one year for $1.50; for six
months, 75c; for three months, 50c.
Payable in advance.
?ates for Advertising-One inch,
first insertion, $1.00; each subsequent
insertion, 50c. Want Notices, one cent
per w ord, eaoh insertion. Other local
notices, ten cents per line for first 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 twelve months
Write for terms.
THE ADVERTISER,
Edgefield, S. C.
Mr. Kipling's new novel will
have its scene laid, in India.
Mr. Bryan is putting in six
speeches a day out in Washington
state.
-
. Thomas B. Reed refers to the
president as "The Emperor of Ex
pediency."
Arbuckle Brothers have out the
price of refined sugar 5 cents per
100 pound?. President Havemeyer
said this would take away all prof
its and his company would Dot
meet it. He said conditions did
not warrant the continuance of 5
percent dividends on the trusts
common stock. .
A New York paper remarked
recently that "the sooner the
United States incorporate with
their territory the land of
Nicaragua the better it will be
for the Union," aud the Spriugfield
Republican thinks that the sugges
tion is not far out of the line of
the pending Davis amend ment to
the Hay-Pauncefote canal treaty.
"The amendment," it ssys, "is
worded so broadly that a practical
suzerainty, far beyond the scope
of the Monroe doctrine, is thereby
proclaimed by the United States
over the principal countries be
tween Mexico and Panama."
i .
Initials on an Egg.
Raleigh Post.
Washington, March 24.-Con
gressman Small read this letter
today :.
..Washington, N. C., March 20.
*'To Hon. John H. Small, Wash
ington, D. C. :
"Ijim,expressing to you a hen
egg ?at was laid on Redding
?tancil W?olard's farm, nine miles
west 0# Washington, N. C. Mr.
Woolara" request? me to send you
this egg and get you to show it to
the newspaper men in Washington.
. The egg has W. J. Bryan's initials
m plain letters on it.
.'This egg waB found, while
warm,-in Woolard's hen house,
with the initials on it. The people
in his neighborhood think this ie
a sure sign that Mr. Bryan will be
the next President, aud all are
goiDg to vote for him. Woolard
wishes you to send this egg to
Mr. Bryan and ask that he
acknowledge receipt of it to him,
at Mine?la, Beaufort county, N. C.
"Very iruly.
D. M. Carter."
The original of this letter was
shown to.your correspondent : also
?he egg. The egg was carefully
packed in cotton, and upon it were
the initials, W. J. B., in plain
letters. It was suggested that not
only were the people thinking of
.Mr. Bryan, but also the poultry.
The egg, from its shape, is a
rooster egg, and Mr. Bryan will be
requested to have it hatched out
under a hen, not by incubation,
BO that the rooster may crow when
Bryan is in the white, house next
year. Mr. Carter, who sent this
egg; is a member of the firm of
Carter & Taylor, grocers, of .Wash
ington, N. C., a firm of high stand
ing. There can be no question of
the genuineness of the initials.
They were embedded in the egg.
Mr. Small Bhoved it about the
capitol, and all who saw it say
they regarded it as a marvelous
hen product. As requested, he
shipped it to Mr. Bryan.
Bad Blood-Cure Free ?
Bad Blocd causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecr?
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,
I "chi o g Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive speoific cure is found in
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. It bas been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cared even the most deep-seated, per
sistent oases, after doctors and patent
medicines bad all failed. B. B. ?. cures
by driving cut 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 Mouth,
'Etc.. cared by B. B. B, the only reme
dy that can actually care this trouble.
At druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (fall treatment; $5. B.
B. B. is an honest remedy that makes
real cares. To test B. B.B. write for
Freo Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga.
Scarcity of Cotton.
A careful investigation bas been
made for the. Manufacturers'
Record by Col Alfred B. Shepper
son, cotton statistician, of the
quantity of unsold cotton, in the
leading "cotton markets of the
country. In summing up the
situation Col Shepperson gives
some facts, from" which we take
the following :
Mail and telegraphic advices
from thoroughly reliable sources
make it very clear that tho quantity
of cotton possible' to bf? bought in
these markets is infinitely less
than would be supposed from the
published figures of their stocks.
The port stocks on the 16th instant
and the quantity unsold were
reported as follows: Galveston.
3,500 bales unsold out of stock of
108,700; Norfolk, 5,5,000 out of
40,900; Savannah, 3,500 out of
122,500: Charleston, 1,000 of
31,500; Wilmington, 1,000 out
of 12,800; Baltimore, 6,000 out of
10,800; Philadelphia, 7,000 out of
10,600; St Louis reports 45 000
unsold out of 73,000 bales, and
35,000 of the bales are unsold
cotton held considerably above
present prices; Augusta reports
stock of 22,000 bales, of which
3,000 are for sale and 1,000 are
held for higher prices, while 8,000
are sold and awaiting shipment.
From other cotton centres the same
story is told. The difference
between stocks at the various
markets and the quantity reported
as unsold is cotton which has been
sold and is merely awaiting ship
ment abroad or to domestic points.
The uosold cotton ie held firmly
and much of it considerably above
prices. These investigations will
give the public a be'ter idea of the
quantity cotton immediately
available and make it plainer why
Southern markets coDtiuue . so
firm.
The following true story relates
toan old minister who believed
every word there was in the Bible
and everythiug that appeared in
print with the sanction of the
church. Especially did he tie to
'.Gospel Songs, Selected, No. 2.'*
The choir would have liked to get
something a bit more up to date,
but the aged minister would we
have it. He said that those songs
had been good enough for the bro
thers and the sisters ol the church
before that day, and he guessed
they were good enough for the
present generation.
So he continued to sing "Gospel
Sougs, No.- 2."
One day some ooung scapegrace
in the church pasted into that
copy of the hymns devoted to the
pulpidesk a premed slip of a very
secular song. But so deftly was the
pasting done that it would have
taken a keener eye than the dim
vision of the old parson to have
detected the frand.
On Sunday he opened the singing
book to read the first hymn. He
always opened by chance, and took
the first one that come to hand.
He set his specs on his nose, and
commenced to read in a sonorous
voice :
''I'm a double-jointed huckle
berry aching for a fight."
But there was snickering from
the back pews-and he stopped 1
He looked at the line more closely.
He shut the book on his finger and
scrutinized the cover. 'Twas all
right. The cover bore the words
"Gospel Song, No., 2." It was
surely his book. There were the
marks of his usage. He opened
again, and, setting bis glasses more
firmly, read the second line :
"I can eat a pound of liver, raw
or fried."
The old parson stopped again.
Judging by the laughter, muffled,
but none the les? distinct there
was something wrong with the
hymn. He looked at the line
again.
"Brethren," said he, in a puzzled
way, "that doesn't read just right
for the sacred songs of a holy day.
I don't seem ever to have seen that
hymn in this book before, tho I
thought I knew every word, of it.
It is strange-very strange. But"
-and here his voice grew firmer
and his tone louder-"there is no
doubt about this being 'Gospel
Songs, No. 2'-this book that I
hold iii my hand. This book
has beon tried ?nd tested in the
church; I will therefore read th*
other two lines of this first stanzes :
"'I can lick a brace of
catamounts and eat 'em when I'm
tight.
I'm a ripper-snoiter-tearer, blast
my hide!'
"Now, brethren and sisters, all
sing. Hymn number thirty-five,
pago twenty-three."-Lewiston
(Me.) Journal.
J. W. DEVORE,
ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ED Q-EJIPIIEJJUD, S, O.
Will practice io all the Courts, State
nd United States..
itt.
? IO ?i ?i y "fi I S s
I Women j
There are few women aa bean- o
" tiful as they might be. Powder g
? and paint and cosmetics don't g
D make good looks.* Beauty is ?
? simply an impossibility without g
J health. Beautiful women are J
. few because healthy women are i
? few. The way to have a fair J!
g face and a well-rounded figure Jj
? is to take ?
i Bra?drs I
?female Repiatorf
g This is that old and time-tried g
o medicine that cures all female g
p troubles and weaknesses and ?
g drains. It makes no difference g
g what the doctors call the trou- ?
? ble, if there is anything the ?
g matter in. the distinctly feminine g
g organs, Bradfield's Fe* .
. male Regulator will help ?
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? regular or painful menstruation; g
? for leucorrhcea, for falling of the n
g womb, for nervousness, head- g
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? Take it and get well. Then o
g your old-time girlish features 5
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B THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CQ. S
g ATLA??T A, GA. g !
eif)B0fl6B6BeaeaBOB?fl?BBBe?i
Honesty is the Best Policy.
Honest goods, Every
oneit prices, and Hoar
onest dealings will Pro re?
Surely bring- snccess. It. '
Tko last dajs of tho nineteen th century show
nothing more clearly.
We believe this fact, and onr words demon
strate oar belief. Oar goods ?re warranted to
be exactly as represented: that is honest. Our
foods are guaranteed to pi ve satisfaction, that is
onast. If any article of jewelry of oar manu
facture does not give perfect satisfaction, we
will refand the money paid for the articles ; that
too is honest.
W. R. PARKS & SON,
PARKSVILLE, 8. C"
has a complete assortment of goods in store for
sale at prices I hat defy competition. These
goods are made from rolled gold plate, gold
nlled, gold iront, or solid gola stock, and are
warranted to gire perfect satisfaction or the
money will be refunded.
If this notice should reach any one living too
far from Parks & Son's store, or any other cus
tomer of ours, to permit their purchasing; these
foods from our customer, we will sell th? (roods
at retail to such persons, under the same war
ranty and deliver by mail. We will also send
Srinted instructions as to the care of jewery
ow to clean it, etc., on application.
W. F. Main Co., Eastern Factory,
Cor. Friendship and Eddy Sts.,
Providence, R. I.
Western Factory (Largest Jewelry Factory in
the world), under process of construction at
East Iowa City, Ia. Over 52,000 ft. of floorspace.
Democratic Re-Organization
Pursuant to Article Two (2) of
the Constitution of the democratic
party of South Carolina, the dem
cratic clubs of Edgefield county
are hereby notified to meet at their
respective places of meetiug on
Saturday,. the 28th day of April
next, being the fourth Saturday in
April, for the purpose of re-organ
izing said clubs and to elect dele
gates to the County Convention of
the democratic party to be held at
. Edgefield C. H. on the first Mon
day in May next, being the 7th
day of the said month. Said Coun
ty Convention io re-organize for
the coming campaign, elect a new
executive committee for the coun
ty, elect delegates to a State con
vention to be held in Columbia, S.
C., on the third Wednesday in
May. Each club is ?ntitled to one
delegate for every twenty-five
members enrolled By order
T. R. DENNY,
Chair. Dem. Ex. Com. E. C.
Attest :
E. H. FOLK, Secretary.
CITATION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
In the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Mrs. Rebecca Doolittle
has made suit to me to grant her
Letters of Administration, of the
estate and effects of Benjamin S.
Doolittle, dee'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
Benjamin S. Doolittle, dee'd. that
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgefield C. H., S. C., on the 12th
day ot April next, after publi
cation thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand the 24th
.,-. day of March, A.
SEAL. [ D. 1900, and publish
' ^v-^ . ed in the ADVERTISES
March 28th, 1900.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
You can get
the neatest
Job Work of
any kind at
this ofl3.ee,
Give us a
trial order.
Thomas & Barton Co.'s 7
FURNITURE BARGAINS.
h erything that will make your home comfortable
and attractive, and at prices to please those
of very moderate means.
TTT7T1TT'! ^ur s*00^ ?^ Brass Enameled
j|t| mm Beds are new in design, low in price.
lil , ^ can be'nsed with iiolden Oak,
P^^^^^^^^J Mahogany, Bird's Eye Maple and
4^Ba8as^?^^ white enameled Dressers, Wash
Brass and Enameled Beds, stands, French Dressing Tables
$4.95 to $35. and Chiffoniers. .
Large Double Beds, light and dark finish.$2, $2.50, $3
' ? Bedroom Suits, solid oak._$13.60, $15, $20
Wardrobes.$9 to $85 Dressers :.$4 to $35
Chifoniers.$6.75 to $3$ Washstands.$1.75 to $20
ODD PIECES PARLORJFURNITORE AT CLOSING OUT PRICES.
??'^Sp??ra^ Combination Cases, /ra^JjM
m^^^^W Ladies' Writing Desks, jiimg^
jj* ~T| Side Tables, Sideboards,'I .
I i Kitchen Tables
Kitchen Safes Office Roll Top Desks ' Hall Racks
Rockers and Chairs for Bedrooms, Dining
Rooms, Parlors, Halls and everywhere, in
endless variety, at, prices that will please the
pocket-50c to $8.00 each.
Polished Golden Oak or Mahogany finished
Rockers $3.95 each, worth $5.
Reduction in Sewing Machines.
IDEAL NEW HOME (complete with all attadtments) $25, $35, $45
Reliable DOMESTIC " " , " 25, 40, 50
150 SECOND-HAND MACHINES. ..each 5, 10, 12
MUSIC FOR THE HOME.
No home is attractive without it
is guaranteed for a life
time.
|-^_- Farrand & Votey's
4-H?ND. >jj celebrated Organs for
parlor, church .and lodge. If yon have not all
the money, we will make terms to suit
BABY CABS, $4.75 to $50.
60-CARTS, $150 to $25
, SPBCIAL, SALrB.
Rugs, Art Squares and Lace Curtains.
34 x 58 inch Union fringed Rugs ..."... .48c.; worth 85c.
20 x 46 inch Smyrna " fibre Rugs._G9c; " $1.00
30x60 inch " " " .?LIO; ? 1.75,
36 x 72 inch " " " V ._1.60; M 2.50
200 rolls Spring Mattings, 40 yards each._$3.95 and $6i
500 pairs Lace Curtains_...-.28c, 50c, 68c and 75c pain
BICYCLES. !
100 high grade SOUP ANS, with guaranteed tires, $19.75; worth $35'
AGENTS FOR BEST FITTING STANDARD PATTERNS.
706 to 710 Broadway, Augusta, Qa.
Free Elevator nrrming to upper floors.
CANDIDATES.
FOR CONGRESS."
I will be a candidate for re-election
to Congress from tbe Second Congres
sional District subject to the rules and
regulations of the democratic party.
Hespectfully,
.W. JASPEB TALBEBT.
FOR SHERIFF.
1 hereby announce that I am a can
didate for Sheriff of Edgefield county
I will abide the result of the primary
and support the nominees of the dem
ocratic party.
ROBERT L. DUNOVANT.
.Superintendent of Education.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Superintendent of Educa
tion of Edgefield County. I will abide
the result of the democratic primary
and support the nominees of the party.
JAB. T. MIMS.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
I am a candidate for the office of Au
ditor of Edgefield county. I will abide
the results of the democratic primary
and support all the nominees of the
party. HENBY C. WATSON.
COUNTY TREASURER.
1 am a candidate for County Treas
urer. I will support all the nominees
of the party and abide the result of the
democratic primary.
CHRIS M. WILLIAMS,
I am a candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, will abide by the
result of tbe primary and support all
the nominees. S. B. MATS.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I am a candidate for County Super
visor. I will abide the result of the
democratic primary and support the
nominees of the party.
J. H. BELL, JB.
I am a candidate for County Super
visor subject to the Democratic pri
mary. I will support all the nominees
of the party, myself inoluded,
B. F. GLANTON.
FOR CORONER.
To the Voters of Edgefield County : .
I am a candidate for Coroner or the
grand old county of Edgefield. I bad
rather be Coroner than President.
Elect me and I will love and serve you
well. And will, as I alwt.ys have done,
abide tbe result of the primary.
With high regard, yours truly,
HUGH ANDERSON.
Notice of Application for
Charter for Ferry.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to the
County Board of Commissioners
of Edgefield County, at their regu
lar monthly meeting in July, 1900,
for a charter for a ferry across Sa
vannah river where the Luke's
Ferry road comes down on both
sides of said river, between tbe
County of Columbia in tbe State
of Georg.a, and the County of
Edgefield in the State of South
Carolina, said Fen y to be known
as "Luke's Ferry."
J. E. & L. A. LUKE.
PbUttifS ?at* Banu, Braises, Rheu
matism and Sores, 1 Price, 25 cents.
For sale byG. L. Penn & Hon.
SEND 50 g"T^
r
TO cs WITH ^^^8WHppiS?^.??:.'^r'C^^
and ire will ' *flSS^7 B^yToUH??]
eend you thia Violin Outfit I ff .MIIT"-'""- --*5
by expresa O. O. D. subject li ? ??? ???? ?1 *
to examination. Thia Tl olin tn * ?.
Is a Genuine Stradlvartas Hodel, made of old wood, curly
maple back and sides, top of seasoned pine, specially
selected for violins, redije? inlaid with p o rf In R, b wt q u nj 11 y
?ldton e. quality. Complote with a (??nine Breill wood Toort?
eodel bo?, 1 extra Mt of slrlags, a Beat, wall mid* ?loila
euc, lief? nice? af reola, sad ono of the betteeamoa eenie
tiitroetloa books pab lubed. TOU CAJ KXAHIHF, IT at your
express office, and If found exactly as repr?sent?e; and
the srtitett barolin joa "rr ??w or keard of, pay the ex
press agent $3.75 le.'sthe?0cent deposit, or ?a. SS and
expre**ebar(e*, ind tho oaLflt li joan.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER.
full ere will fire one lettered Caxerboard ebert, which Can be
adjusted to any violin without changing the instru
ment and will prove a valuable fruido to beginners, and
we will also allow the Instrument to be returned afters
days' trial if not found entirely satisfactory in every
respect. Setlifaetlon (oaraateed or mosey refunded la fall.
Address. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. flnOCh?cago.
(SHAHS, BOEBUCK k CO? are Uwrootfly relist)If...Editor.J
Election Notice !
THErtE will be an election held in
the Court House at Edgefleld, S.C.,
on Monday, April 9th, 1900, for the
purpose or electing a Mayor and six
Aldermen to serve the town of Edge
field, S. C., for tbe ensuing two years.
Polls open from 8 o'clock A. M. to 4
o'clock P. M. Managers, W. H. Bee, C.
M. Gray and D. T. Grice. By ordei of
Council, this the 26th day of February,
1900. W. W. ADAM?, Mayor.
| Attest : B. J. CBOOKBR, Clerk.
fi CLASTIC GOODS
VF AT HALF PRIGS.
^??^9 lt you want na to make to
f tmWWm ? S?ar BKA8VRB and ORDEE
mmmwrnVSUk KLABTIC GOODS for tbe BELIEF
f*!?v^-*n ASD CUBE OF TABICOSE YE1SB,
?Mt *?H \ WEAK, 8W01LK3 OB DLCER
??'. ' JV *-n ATED LISES, OOBPDLIBCT,
ti- m._Tl V**_Y ADIX)B15AL WEAKNESS Ott
. -LaSHraEBl TUSOS, state your belebt,
i 1 I wSSttSSSPl-K we'sht s*0 state number
, ILx-LjR&sEBK'i of inches around body or
' T-lft^w^ Lt-w !lmb at eacl1 letter Bhown In
i (^rarir ana .. cut and send to ns with our
! ?JWBm C?jgr-v SPECIAL PRICE. We will make
m WBB6S9 7 TV tho Roods to order from the
KVM O Te ry nant freeh robber elaillo
lXffiljat // met?rlilrguaranteo a perfect flt and
p ftMB?mtf-011 >'ou do not flnd lt perfectly
nlfjW MW r satisfactory and equal to goods
? ? M 9 B BBS - others get double the price for.
."tratW?r^J return at our expenso and we will
" ? refund your money.
' KS?L/ 0UR SPECIAL PRICE fcjfi
i C tfLTfflffl. Bf eUiUc thlrh stocking, A to I, ?7.50;
n iTrJilnfT m?b 'trcieg. c to I, ?6.001 tbicb
, A-lB?nfbpT^h. piece. Gio I, {2.CO; Ince stocblnr,
1 R*>gB3?W?.J? AtoO, ?S.PO; knee leggin*;, C to (i,
JSgSSSsSs^ 81.00; knee cap, K tb 0, (2.00;
(Pc - . ? cai rr ttockinr, A to E, CB. 00; (arter
tk-j.H.aca-^^ l.^inf.?;tn K. ?q on, MeMat, A t/?n.
?t?.OOl abdoaloet belt, KtoH, ?10.00. COTTON ELASTIC
GOODS, OSE.TIIinDLKSS. Kpecial Cotered lilutle Abdoalnil
Bappnrter, made of soft lisio thread, interwoven with
protected rubber thread, H lnebra wide, ?2.00t IO lethe*,
?2.25; IS liebes, ?3.60. Write for Surgery Catalogue.
! SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., (Inc.), CHICAGO. ILL
> ,?/ A.LLNervou* ?Hiease*-Falling Mern
i ?7 M?] o ry, Sleeplessness, etc, caused by over*
) Mg -Xl work and Indiscretions. They <iuickly
S jTiri and surely restore Lost Vitality in old
! )\ """"-z or yoong, and tit a man for Btuay, basi
'. mr-^m\. ness or pleasure. Prevent Insanity and
^S^afSpOonsnmption if taken in time. Their
in se showsimmedlate improvement find o [Teeta CUIIE
where all others fall. Insist npon having the gonuino
y?jaxTablets. They have cured thousands and will
cure you. We give a positive written guarantee to of
fert acaro ia each caso or refund tho money. Prico
rn nfc P?r Pacage, or sh: package* (fall treat*
IVVbldi ment) for S2.50 by nail, in plain wrapper,
Upon recolpt of prico. Circulara iron.
AJAX REMEDY CO.F32??^ST
For sale in Edgefleld, S. C., by G. L.
Penn & Son.
;GE0. T. SHARPTON,
DENTIST,
EIDOEiFTELID, S. O
Front Room in Chronicle B'Id'g.
I respentfally solicit th; Datronngc of
i tbe people.
. WM. THURMONIA WM. P. CALHOUN
THUBfflOND & CALHOUN,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
EDGEFJELD, S. C.
WU1 practice in all Courts, State or
?Federal.
nuMAAMA CUBAN RELIEF cares
r ?fll?lCrS Colic, Neuralgia and Toothachs
^lnfivo minutes. Soar Stomach
83d G?mmer Complaints. Price, 25 Coats.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son,.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
?tate and County Depositary
DIRECTORS.
C. SHEPPARD, W.W.ADAMS,
H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
. S. TOMPKINS, CC. FULLER,
W. ".PRESCOTT.
OFFICERS.
, C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. w. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, (Jasbier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interast on deposits by special
jn tract.
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi
ess. .
four Qccooiif Sollcltefl.
IE FARMERS BANK]
OF EDGEFIELDJS. C.
?R- * &
Stale and County DeptarjJ
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Paid-up Capital, $58 OOO
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?Iiis ana Mvi?eil Profits, $10,000.00.
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A* E. PADGETT, President.
W. H. TIMMERMAN, Y.-Prcs.
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
W. H. HARLING.'Ass't Cash'r. ,
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Pays Eight per cent, annual divi- "
dends.
Does a General Banking Business. ?j
Acts as Guardian, Administrator S
and Trustee for Estates. 13
Pays Interest on Deposits by spe- ?j
rial contract.
Money to Lend on Approved Se
curity,
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YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
ON BUSINESS TERMS.
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CHARLESTON & WESTER?
CAROLINA RAILWAY.
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.'
Schedule in effect May 21, 1899.
Lv Augusta. 9 40am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217p m ll 30 p m
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm .
Ar Laurens.... 115 pm. 7 00am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
ArGlenn?Sp'g3....405pm .,
Ar Spartanbuig.. 3 00 p m 9 25am
Ar Saluda- J5 23 p m 5 23 p m
Ar Henderson ville 551 p m 1 45 p m
ArAsnville.700 pm .
Lv Ashville.... 820 am .
Lv Sparta ii burg ll 45 am 4 00 p rn
Lv Green ville.... ll 55a m 4 00pm
Ar La ur en s - 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson.. . . 7 00am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 pm 5 00am
Lv Augusta.... 5 05pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah.... 5 65 a m .
Lv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
Ar Baeigh.... 2 16 a m ;
Ar Norfolk.... 7 30 a ra
Ar Petersburg-G 00 a m?
Ar Richmond. ...815am.
Lv Augusta. 120pm
Ar Allendale. 310 p m
M. Fairfax......;; ...!.'..... 325ip m
" Yemassee.4 20pm
"Beaufort. 5 20pm
w Port Boyal. 5 35pm
a Charleston. 7 30 p m
'* Savannah. 7 00pm
" Charleston. 7 28 a m
a Port Boyal. 7 10 a m
" Beaufort. 7 20am
u . Yemassee..... 8 20am
" Fairfax. 9 20am
" Allendale. 9 35am
Ar Augusta. ll 25 a rn
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
Southern Bailway.
For information relative to ticket?
rates, schedules, etc.. address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
Augusta, Ga.
T. M. EMERSON,
Traffic Manager,
kt
The experiments of modern phy
sicians and scientists have
established the fact that many of
the germs of disease enter the body
by the inhalation of air laden with
bacteria or microbes. These germs j
are very email but their work is j
deadly. Still many of them are
comparatively harmless in health;
but as soon as an organ is diseased
it is attacked. The experimets
of Koch and others have shed much
light upon this important subject
But up to the present time the
culture of bacteria appears to have j
met with much better success than
tbeidestruction. As we can do
so little to destroy these minute
enemies, is not the most sensible
course to strengthen and revitalize
the system so that it may repel
and resipt their destructive in
fluence, and does it not seem ve ry
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 Oxygen to be the agent
needed.
If you wish further information
write as and we will send you, free
cf charge abundant evidence.
Send for book of two hundred
pages, with records and
testimonials of surprising cures j
of various forms of disease and
and debilty. It will cost you noth
ing to convince hourself.
Home Treatment is sent out by j
express, to be used at home.
Office Treatment is administered
hero. Consultation free,
DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,
1112 Girard Street, Philadelphia,Pa|
ONLY $5.00
SEND USSS.OOM^.r
ante? ot good faith and we
will ?end yon aar tra areafufe
by f Nig ht, O. O. v., eubject to
examination. Tea ?aa asaalae
ll at roar fr? lt ht dette* and 1 f y ou
lind lt the equal of any Ore
proof combination lock iron
and steel safe made and ? teat
oe*-third lae prit* eharftd by
otarra for I br HM tbeaadmae,
pay your freight agent ear
.pedal teeter/ ?rte? ul
fro let t ch arrea, lesa the 16.00
?ent with orxler? otherwise return lt at our exrpena?
and wo will return your .tt.OO. loo-ib e?abl?.ti?a
lock faha for the heat, ec.061 100-lb. ?Bee ead .( ? ns nf ?,
PH.Dil SOO Iba., ?11.0.1 JOO Iba., M1.0?I 1000 lbj.,
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laalde door ufn for I ?rt? boil????, fieltry, Jewelryar ?aaa,
to Inf hashish, MOO Iba,, ?04.H| 09 l.th.t hljh, (OOO lb?.,
tn. TS. Frtlfht am-aiae 18 e*ataper,1001bj.J*'TmUm
for jooomiri, 40 ?nt?. WRITE FOR FREE S ATE
CATALOGUE mmi i ped ol liberal C O. I), offer.
SEARS, ROEBUCK* CO. Chicago.
Hearts !
Hearts !
SOLID STERLING SILVER HEARTS,
10c. 10c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Your Initials Engraved Free.
SOLID GOLD HEARTS;
75c to $8.00 ENGRAVED FREE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.
PRONTA?T'S JEWELRY STORE,
BR6 STREE i', A?G?STA, GA. K
lie Hannis Distilling Go,
Fine...
Whiskies.
PHILADELPHIA
Red Label nonogram,
Sola By all Dispensaries IQ Soutpereiiiia.
HANNAVILLE, MOUNT VERNON,
MARTINSBURG, BALTIMORE,
W. VA. MD.
Peter L Brenner % Co,
-DEALER IN
Pianos, Organs,
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, GA
(OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUSB.)
Orders for tuning promptly attended to.
SEND M M>nEL???$?%i ?. &
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L.E.TAGKSON,
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Up-to-Date in Everv Respect,
Including Prices.
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