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I"! ' OS. 1? ADAMS, - . - - - EDITOR,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18.
INFORMATION.
Subscription; Price-Sent to any
address for one year for $1.50; for six
months, 75c; for three months, 50c.
Payable in advance.
Kates for Advertising-One inch,
first insertion^ $1.00; each subsequent
insertion, 60c. Want Notices, one cent
per word, each insertion. Other local
notices, ten cents per line for first in
sertion; five cents peV 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.
-
Primary Rules.
The following, from the Chestef
Lant?n gives a clear and full re
gru?e of what the d?mocrate clubs |
are to do on the fourth Saturday |
in, this month.
The township or ward clubs
. shall meet on the fourth Saturday
in April. These local clubs elect
a president, a recording and corres
ponding secretary and a treasurer,
and shall have three working com
mittees of not less than three
members each; a committee on
registration, an exective committee
and such other committees as may
be' deemed expedient.
These clubs shall operate under
the control of a county exe ctive
committee, which shall consist of
one member from each club ; to
be elected by the respecive clubs.
The executive committee shall
appoint its - own officers
except the chairman, who shall be
elected by the county convention.
The local clubs shall elect one
delegate to the county convention
for every twenty-five members
and one delegate for each majority
fraction of twenty-five.
The county convention shall be |
called- by the county executive]
committee to meet on the first
Monday in May and when assem
bled shall be called to order by
the chairman of the executive
committee a^d the convention
shall proceed to nominate and
elect from among its members a
president, one or more vice
presidents, a eecretaiy and a
treasurer, a member of the state
executive committee and dele
grates to the state convention,
each county being entitled to i
double the number of delegates
in the state convention as it has
members in the general assembley.
-The state convention shall be
called by .fc'je'State executive com;
~~vaw.y-zxi may. ~ The state conven
tion elects delegates to the national
democratic convention s and a.
member of the national democratic
committee.
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Bead Man Holding too Reins.
A strange and uncanny sight
was seen by a number of people
in Newton yesterday afternoon,
when through the streets was
.. driven a grocery wagon ladened
with produce, and on the seat of <
tho wagon sat the corpse of a man. 1
The reins of the horse were in the 1
hands of the man, but the hands
did not move. The horse trotted
along indifferent to the fact that
its driver, Rudolph Nolle,
groceryman had suddenly died
from heart disease while on- his
way with a load of produce from
the Wallabout marfcet.
Nolte had a grocery store at
High street and Massachusetts
avenue. A trolled car just grazed
the wagon at Graham and Flushing
avenues. The uncertain way in
which the wagon was going attract
ed the attention of Bicycle Police
man Conway. He nailed the
driver, but received no response.
He mounted the seat and found
Nolie dead. He then drovt, the
wagon to the Stagg Street Police
Station. The body of Nolte was
' iken to . his home.-New York
ribune.
Bad Blood-Cure Frere !
Bad Blood, causes Blood and Skin
Kseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin ?Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism, Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
les a positive specific cure is ound 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
^ured even the most deep-seated, per
istent oases, after doctors and patent
medicines had all failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving o .t of the Mood the poi
sons and humors which cause ail
these troubles, and a cure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious i>Jood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Etc., cured by B. B. B, the only reme
~! that can actually cure this trouble.
u druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
re bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
3. is an honest remedy that: make6
' cures. To tesi B, B.B. write for
B Trial Bottles, which will be sent
?>aid. Medical advice Free. Ad
Blood Balm Cu., Atlanta, Ga.
count of noses having shown
the Nicaragua treaty could not
ratified, its sunporters in. tue
tte have derided to let-it go
to the next session.
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?NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
^ sia, Constipation and Indi
Regulates the Liver. ' Price, 25 cts.
>r sale by G. L. Penn &Son.
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THE NATIONAL BANK OF fliJ??STA
L. C. HAYNE, Pree't. P. G.FOBJD, Cashier.
Capita^ $250,000.
Undivided Froflts }$110,000.
Facilities of our magnificent Kew Vault
contaiuing 410 t-afety-Loci Boxes. Differ
ent Sizes are offered to oar patrons and
the public at $3.00 to 810.00 per annum.
THOS. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR. EDGEFIELD, S. Cf
THE
PLANTERS
LOAN AND
SAVINGS
BANK.
AUGUSTA, GA.
Pay 8 Interest
on Deposits,
Account
Solicited.
L. P. HAYN-E,
President.
W. 0. WiJlDLAW,
Cashier.
NE8DAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.
VOL. LXV. NO. 8.
whicH ?h? rixissioD had to con fend
was the vicinity of the Boers of
foie Caelian Mountains.>I ? have
my se^fseeu Boers come to a vill
age, aDd according to their
custom, demand twenty or thirty
women to weed their gardens.
These poor creatures, accordingly,
proceeded to the s.:eue of unrequit
ed toil, carrying their own food on
their heads, their children on their
backs, and instruments of labor
on their shoulders. 'We make the
poople labor for us.' said the Boers,
in consideration of our allowing
them to live in the country.' It is
difficult to conceive that men
possessing the common attribute
of humanity should set out, after
caressing their wives and children,
and proceed to shoot down men
and women whose affections are
as warm as ours."
In the present war it is said that j
the Boers keep their women in the
trenches with them. It is the
Rome old scheme of putting the
weak and innosenl in front to
protect the armed-men.
On this point Dr. Livingstone
says:
"During that tim (8 years of hie
missionary labors) no winter pass
ed without one or two tribes in the
East country being plundered
of beth cattle and children by the
Boers. The pian pursued is th?
following: One or two friendly
tribes are forced to accompany
a party of mounted Boers, and
their expeditions can be got up
only in the winter, when horses |
may be used without danger of be
ing lost by disease. When they
reach the tribe to be attacked, the
friendly natives are ranged in
front, to form, as they say 'a
shield; 'the Boers then coolly
fire over their heads till the devoted
people flee and leave their cattle,
wives, and children to the captors.
This was done in nine cases dur
ing my residence in the interior,
and on no occasion was a drop of
Boer blood shed.*'
Methodists in Washington.
Washington, April 6.-Today'*
session ol the Baltimore conference
of the Methodist Episcopal churoh,
south, waa devoted principlly to a
discussion of the Twentieth century
thank offering. Of $29,400,003
expected to tho raised by all
branches of the Methodist
Episcopal church. $1,500,000 is
expected from the Methodist
Episcopal church, south. All the
money secured.will be expended
in the endowment of universities
and the establishment "of schools.
Bishop Candler, the presiding
officer, made the principal address,
poiuting out the resources of the
south and the necessity for more
and better schools there for both
races. About $15,000 was Bub
scribed!.
President McKinley entertained
iix??wx"?Uir--nhr "Wnite House
tonight members of the conference,
of the Methodist Episcopal church
and the Methodist Episcopal
Bhurcb, south, now m session
here. The guests were Bishops
Walden, Candler and Bowman
Presiding Elders Wilson and Boyd
md Revs. Lanahan, Duffey,
boucher, Bristol and Denny.
At a meeting tonight of the
baltimore conference, M. E.
ihurch, a resolution was adopted
n8tructing its delegates to favor
i movement looking to au organic
inion of the M. ?. church and
he M. E. church, south.
Ghiidren
"We have three children. Before the
irth of the last one my wife used four bot
tes Of MOTHER'S FRIEND. If you had the
ic tu res of our children, you could see at
glance that the last one
i healthiest, prettiest and
[nest-loo king of them all.
ly wife thinks Bother's
riend ls the greatest
nd grandest
:medy In the
rorld for expect
nt mothers."
f ritten by a Ken
ickyAttorney-at
Law.
prevents nine-tenths of the
suffering incident to child
birth. The coming mother's
Isposltion and temper remain unruffled
iroughout the ordeal, because this relax
lg, penetrating liniment relieves the
sual distress. A good-natured mother
i pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
he patient is kept in a strong, healthy
wdition, which the child also inherits,
other's Friend takes a wife through the
'isis quickly and almost painlessly. It
?slsts in her rapid recovery, and wards
? the dangers that so often follow de
rery.
Sold by druggists for $1 a bottle.
HE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
. ATLANTA, OA.
Send for onr free illustrated tvok written
ipressly for expectant mothers.
EHD 50 CENTS-^
Wim*
ra WITH
IIS AD.
d we will
id you this Violin Outfit
express C.O.D. subject
examination. This noun
s ? t ra t= ? StraArarltt Bod.], made of old wood, carly
.pie back and side?, top of seasoned pine, specially
Beted for rio Uns, ?dt*a lal ?ld with parua*, bot qualltr
IL?H,flbea?uru!l*T^
toa? aoaUty. Complete with a rtoaiae Bru ll wood Toort?
lol bo?, 1 extra Mt of tiring*, a Dial, w?U aud? rlolln
?, lurf? Blee? af mia, sad oas of th? but enn moo ir ni?
rastloB booka paMUhtd. TOC CAS HUB I NE ET at yo-., r
irost office, and ff found exactly aa represented
i gnilHl h?rtalayoa ?Teri?? or heard of, pay the ex
UK agent $3.78 les? tho Meant deposit,or ss.lt aad
?vatebariat, in J the outfit ia jours.
ECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. 2^??
wa will (IT? o>? lettered BBftrboard (bart, which can bo
usted to any violin without changing the lustra
nt and will provo evaluable guide to beginnen,and
uin alto allow the Instrument to bo returned after?
.s" trial If not found entirely satisfactory In every
peet. oWItfaenoti saaraaUed er ttaaty rafaaaod la lau.
'reas. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. OneJChicago.
?HS, BOIfitCK A CO. ar? tboronghl/ ruIlsDJc. ?Editor.)
THE NATIONAL BANK OF fliJ??STA
L. C. HAYNE, Pree't. P. G.FOBJD, Cashier.
Capita^ $250,000.
Undivided Froflts }$110,000.
Facilities of our magnificent Kew Vault
contaiuing 410 t-afety-Loci Boxes. Differ
ent Sizes are offered to oar patrons and
the public at $3.00 to 810.00 per annum.
THOS. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR. EDGEFIELD, S. Cf
THE
PLANTERS
LOAN AND
SAVINGS
BANK.
AUGUSTA, GA.
Pay 8 Interest
on Deposits,
Account
Solicited.
L. P. HAYN-E,
President.
W. 0. WiJlDLAW,
Cashier.
NE8DAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.
VOL. LXV. NO. 8.
wi ip m "?
DENTAL PARLORS,
928 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA
?a
PLATES, . $5.00 UP
30LD CBOWNS, 5.00 "
AIAI6A? FILLINGS 50 "
N. B.-On $10 worth of work we will
pay railroad fare both ways when the
distance is not greatei than twenty
tlve miles from Augusta.
DK.P.D LUXEMBURGER.
THE QdllK OF ?DGEF1ELD
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. FULLER,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
OFFICER8.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-President.
E. J. MIMS,Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier,
Pays interast on deposits by special
contract.
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to buai
ness.
VOW QCCOUQSl WM.
iii
The expriment s of modern pb}'
r?iciu 118 and scientists have
established tba fact that many of
the germs of disease eurer the body
by the inhalation of air ladeo with
bacteria or microbes. These germs
are very Final 1 but their work is
deadly. Still many of them are
comparatively harmless in health;
but an sooD as an organ is diseased
it ?B 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
met with much better success than
thei.* destruction. 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 VTV
fitting that the revitalizing element
should enter the body through
once a revitalizer apd germicide?
The experience of years and the
testimony of thousands ' show
Compound Oxygen to be the agent
needed.
If you wish further information
write us and we will send you, free
of charge abundant evidence.
Send for book of two hundred
pages, with records and
testimonials of surprising cures
of varioui forms of disease and
and debilty. It will cost you noth
ing to convince hourself.
Home Treatment is sent out by
express, to be used at home.
Office Treatment is administered
here. Consultation free.
DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,
1112 Girard Street, Philadelphia,Pa
Honesty is the Best Policy.
onest good?, . Every
ouest prices, and Hoar
onest dealings will Proves
Sorely bring (access. It.
The lait days of tb ? nineteenth century show
nothing mora clearly.
We believe this fact, and oar words demon
strate our belief. Our gooda are warranted to
be exactly aa representad: that is honest. Onr
roods are guaranteed to gire latiafaction, t~ac ie
honest. If any article of jewelry of our mana
Factura does not giro perfect satisfaction, wa
will ref and the money paid for the articles; that
loo is honest.
W. R. PARKS * SON,
PARK8VIIXZ, S. C, '
ias a complete assortment of goods in atora for
i:ile at prices lhat defy competition. These
foods are made from rolled gold plate, gold
tiled, gold iront, or solid gold stock, aud are
warranted to giro perfect satisfaction or the
noner will be refunded.
If this notice should reach any one living too
ar from Parks ?V Son's store, or any other eus
omer of oura, to permit their purchasing these
foods from our customer, wc will sell the goods
tretall toanch persons, under the same war
anty and deliver by mail. We will also send
rimed instructions as to the care of jewary
ow to clean it, etc., on application.
rV. F. Main Co., Eastern Factory,
Cor. Friendship and Eddy Sts.,
Providence, R. I.
Western Factory (Largest Jewelry Factory in
be world), under process of construction at
Cast Iowa City, Ia. Over 51,000 ft.of floorspace.
H
Cow for Sale.
Owing to my ill-health I will
ell one blush roseberry colored
ow, aged 8 years. She ia a good
iii ker and is not afraid of cars or
ny thing else. She is of undoubr
d courage and gives milk freely
3 a man who does not fear death
ii any form. She is much at
iched to "her home at present by
lean H of a log chain; and ehe will
e sold to any one who will treat
er ri-gh*:. I will als> throw in a
oublo barrel r-hot. gun, which goes
it h her. In May she generally
oes away for a week and returns
i th a tall red he-male calf with
abbly legs. I would rather sel
?.r lo a non-resident of tbe coun
\ Iuquire at Grice's livery sta?
le. Prien low down-terms cash
and no taking back.
H. PULBACK LOW,
Edgefield, 8. C.
P. S.-And I guarantee her to
ve a full pint of milk at night,
id a whole quart or almost every
urn .tig when properly fed.
Ifa?t?V? u O ?AN OIL eat*
EttlrUVi > Cuts, Bunn, Bruises, Bhen
l&tifim and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale byG. L. Pennjtfc Sin.
^UFACTUD^
DOORS.
SASH
BLINDS
MOVhMNGS
ROUGH & DRESSED
LUMBER.
SHINGLES, LATHS,
All KINDS Or
WOODWORK
0
?r
AUGUSTA LUMBER 6?MPANY,
A?G?STA, GEQRGIA. |
Peter i Brenner Ss Co,
-DEALER IN
Pianos, Organs,
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, GA.
(OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUBK.)
Orders for taning promptly attended to.
SSMP WO MONEY SSS
esAOf ono? CABINET SUIOICK SEWIHO MACHIHE y fr.i?^c.o.D.?- .
C" Van can ? Kunine lt n your BWTMC BMRM depot e. nd lt hr"
serf? etlr eaUefe???7,ex*ctly aa represented, eq.al ta mutilanolker*
SThUh M MO.00, ?nd TUE tUUATSST BAROJJK TOO
KYVRujfARojor; pay Special Ofter Pries S15.50
Md'frelcht charue*. JHcltliie welghsUO poundsMd thefreifhtwill
ttVorae? 75 cents tor each 500 miles. GIVE if THREE MONTHS' THAL la
your owu home. Md wo Trill mum yourilS M cay day you Are not
satisfied. We MU MMtt mikn a?? ?ra*?s?f Bf itt Haetilsnat ?S.1U,
E10.00, 811.0?, iii.00 ni ap, ill fully de.icr.'icn In aor Frr. tarta*
HaeklM CaUUfi*, btlt?ll.iO for this MOP Di.*K CA151J?T BU3DKX U
B rik? PwgAfcglVfjV ivnT Gwen i-msn., rvrur nea
4IAABB K10US? S ADI, Wl?H T?12
BEPICVi OP SOTS. Made by thc
belt Bulker. In Aneri va,!
best xaatrrtal MMf
{nj
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rr*??.*tr
QUARTER SAWED OAK RMWr?UAJ?n[?*^n?,<
1 1 ' . On? lltoscrauoa .hom machin*
bead droppiar trum steht) to be nsed a? a mur takle, ilaad
Ute other open with full lenpth Ub!o Md head In place (or
sewing. 4 hncj drtw.rm. hun i su<. a*.ui??fra?*, corred, paneled, em
besscd and decorated rabin-: (finish, finest nickel drawer pulls, rests OD (our
casters, adjustable treadle, genuine Smyth iron stand, rtaeat larra Wc* Ara
hes*-, positive four motion feed, self threading Tibratter ahottie, au tom at io
bobbin winder, adjustable bearings, patent tension li berator.iin prated looa*
wheel, adjusublepreaiuro foot, Improved .htittl-earrier. patent needle bar.
patent dr?M ff-W, a?d I? husacBuly ImnlH sad araasaealad aad b???tlfslly
??ei<Url???4. CUARAMTEED tt?!l;bltit ixaalas-, ant d?riM? aa4 ataras
?.U*I?M suaklae au4?. Itrry kaewa stUtkatat ls faralaked and oar Tl- In
Btructioa BOOK te lia just how an y on? ran ron lt and dorl t her plain ?7 any
i kind of taney work, a 10-T.an' DJadlacCairutMls sect with . T try taaohta*.
'IT COSTS YOU NOTHING *.?...?? ?ia? I.? i kl. ? adda?, ?coi par? lt wi*
those your storekeeper Mila at ?10.? CA
040.00, and then If eonrinced that you ar? san nu ?25.00'to MOJO, pay your froitjht eceot th* ? ! S CO.
WI TO SriTB? TOCS 01 S, (O If at any time within thr?e m oaths you say you are not satisfied. OHLE* TO-SAT.
D0JTX DSJuAY. (Ssa?, Roebuck <t Co. are thorouehlr rellablo.-Edltor.)
Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK lt CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III.
L.E.JA?KSON,
* **STAPL6, *.
* * FAR6Y * *
* * HCAVY * *
R0GERI6S.
Up-to-Datein Every Respect
Inclining Prices.
. WM. THUBMONI/. WM. P. CALHOUN
THURMOND & CALHOUN,
attorneys and Counsellors,
EDGEF?ELD, S. C.
Will practice in all Courts, State or
'ederaf.
J. W. DE YORE,
ATTORNEY ANO
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
IDJDOEHi 'l?JiL&JD, S, O.
Will practice in all the Courts, State
nd United States. *

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