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THE ADVERT? SER,
Edgefield, S. C.
The prohibitionists at their con
ference in Columbia last week
suggest?d Col. Jas. P. Hoyt, ot
Greenville, for Governor and Cel.
J. L. Tribble, of Anderson, for
. Lient. Governor, People who know
say this is a strong ticket
Many members of che convention
.doubted its right to suggest candi
dates, as ono section of the con
stitution of the Democratic party
expressly forbids faction sugges
tions, b^t after much der. ate it was
decided to make nominations, the
very excellent point being maku
by Mr. C. C. Featherstone that J
there was no committee in South
Carolina that would count out the
?nomm?es if elected.
Col. Hoyt announced that hoi
would appear in every county in
the State on this campaign.
MUST BE A LITTLE OFF !
At the general assembly of the)
Presbyterian church in Atlanta
last week, Elder Leland, of Mc
Clellanville, S. C., said he had no j
patience with young people's so
cieties. He said : "The multipli- ]
cation of young people's societies
is killing the church. These so
cieties are causing many people to
lose respect for the church that
they should have. The Presbyte
rian church has too many such
Aud on'the same day, the report
of the special committee on hyum
books was adopted, but not until
Elder A. W. Leland had registered
an objection to the advance sheets
sent out because the song ''Nearer
My God to Thee" contained there
in, was written by a Unitarian.
COL. HOYT FOB GOVEBNOB j
The Columbia State favors Col.
Hoyt, the prohibitionist candidate,
for governor te anything' else ?D
sight. The State says :
We have already said enough to
indicate the-t as between Col. James
A. Hoyt of Greenville and the
other candidatesfor governor now
in the field The State favors the
election of Col. Hoyt. Other
qualifications heing equal, we
would prefer to support a local op
tion candidate, but no one has yet
made himself the champion of that
cause, and it is doubtful whether J
it will- be represented in the
We hope we shall not be asked
to support any candidacy on this
line which does not promise
achievement. A weak candidate
would divide the strength of those
opposed *o the dispensary system
without accomplishing anything j
for the cause he represented : the
net result of his running, therefore,
would be advantage to the dispen
sary candidates. Local optioD
needs a champion who can bring j
it strength. None other need
Col. Hoyt is a prohibitionist, lut
not a fanatical one. He will sup
port his cause as long as there is
hope for it ; but if in the legislature
a coalition should be necessary to
the overthrew of the dispensary
system there is no reason to suspect
tnat he would be less willing to
recognize the requirements of the
situation than he was last winter!
when be favored concessions by
his side. There is nothing in his
candidacy to make useless the
running of local option candidates
for the legislature oi such combina
tions between prohibitionists and
beal optionists as may be neces-!
sary to overcome the dispensary
majority in the present general
Flammarion, the greatest of I
living astronomers, thus describes;
the eclipse :
"At the hour predicted by tho
astronomer we see the brilliant
disk of the sun cut iuto toward the
west, and the black segment slowly
advancing, eating away the solar)
disk until it is reduced to the form
of a thin luminous crescent. At j
the same time the day-light di-1
miuisheH from all sides, a wan
and sinister gleam replaces the
brilliant light in which nature re
joiced, and an iufinite sadness
fails upon the world. Very soon
there remains nothiug of the ra*
diautorb but a narrow arc of light
and hope appears disposed to wing
its flight from this earth so long
illuminated by ?he paternal sun.
Life see ma styl connected with
the sky by an invisible thread,
when suddenly the last ray of day
light dies ont, and a darkness as
profound as it is sudden spreads
all around us, reducing the whole
of nature to astonishment and si
"The stars shine in the- sky !
The man who would still speak
and communicate his impressions
while attentively watching the
phenomenon cries out with sur-'
prise; then he becomes silent,
struck with stupor. The singing
bird crouches nuder the leaf ; the
dog takes refuge against the legs
of his master ; the hen covers the
chickens with herwiugs. Living
nature is hushed-dumb with as
tonishment. Night has come-a
night sometimes intense and pro
found, but oftener incomplete,
strange and extraordinary, the
earth remaining vaguely illumi
nated by a reddish light reflected
from distant regions.of the atmos-,
phere situated outsi " the cone of
the lunar ehadow. which produces
the eclipse. Sometimes we see
shining during the eclipse aJl the
stars of the first and second* mag
uitude which are above the hori
zon, sometimes only the brightest
of the planets. The temperature
of the air rapidly sinks several de
"But what a marvelous spectacle
is then afforded to all eyes direct
ed to the same point in rhe sky !
In the place of the suu appears a
black disk, surrounded by a glo
rious crown of light. In this
ethereal crown we see immeuse
rays diverging from the eclipsed
sun. Rose colored flames appear
to ipsue from the lunar screen
which masks the god of day. Dur
ing two miuutes, three m mutee,
four minutes, the astronomer
studies this strange tharne, render
ed visible by the passage of the
moon before the radiant disk,
while the p?.ople surprised and
still silent, seem to await with
anxiety the end of a spectacle
which they have never seen before
and may never see again. Snd- i
denly a jet of light, a shout of
pleasure from a thousand throats,
announces the return of the joy
ous sun, still pure, 6till luminous,
still faithful. We think we hear
in this universal cry the very sin
cere expression of an undisguised
satisfaction. It was very truo;
tho sun, the beautiful suu.wasnot
dead, it was only hidden ; yes, see
it quite whole; what happiness I
And yet it was verty curious to see
it thus disappearing for an in
stant !" X
ii * i? ; .
Earthquake in Mexico.
Chicago, May 23.-A special to
The Record from Guadlajara,
Mexico, says :
Many buildings in the town of
AutlaD, situated in the southern
part of the state of Jalisco, were
demolished by the recent earth
When the- first trembles were
felt the inhabitants fied to the
mountains. Had they remained
in the houses there would have .
been heavy Joss of life,
Much damage wag also done in
Tuscacuesco and Tonitapa. The
irater of a large lake near the town
of Zapotalan disappeared in a
great fissure in the earth, which
seemed to be produced by a second
shock that lasted about one minute.
The bed of the former lake is
now dry, and the fissure can be
plainly seen. It is over three
miles long and from one to three
The tidal wave which swept in
from the ocean after the shock did
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Out in Kansas
lives a happy wife. She writes: " ?
have used Mother's Friend before
two confinements. Tbe last time I had
twins, and wt.s in labor only a few min
utes. Suffered very little." The reason
does expectant mothers so much
good is because it is an external liniment,
to be applied upon the outside, where
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cause the pores of the skin readily absorb
it, and it comes into direct contact with
and is absorbed by the parts involved.
Morning sickness is quickly banished,
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THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
MILLION AND HALF DUE US
New War Claim Against the
Columbia,^. C., May 26?-W. H.
Yeldell who, with Jesse T. Gantt,
has been at work some under the
direction of Governor McSweeney
and Treasurer Timmerman in a
systematic search, this aftejpioon
discovered in the rubbish room of
the State house the long sought
"Exhibit A" of John A. Black
As stated by Mr. Gantt in a recent
report to the governor, it is found
to consist of an itemized statement
of sums due South Carolina
amounting to over $3,000,000 with
out interest on account of ex
penditures growing out of the re
volutionary war. It makes no
reference whatever to the claims
of intorest on account of the war
of 1812 and the Seminole war now
being pressed by Senator Tillman
.in Washington, 'nor is there much
light thrown by it upon the
Mexican war claim. However, it
establishes that fact that the total
indebtedness to date, aggregates
over a million and a half dollars,
although it is not reasonable to
expect Senator Tillman to recover
the large sum accompanying the
'Exhibit A" ia tho report of Mr.
Black to the general assembly of
1860, giving tho history of his
efforts to colloct the amount due
Grand Gift Distribution.
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to get samples of our goods into
the homes of tho people. There
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sterliug silver-plated sugar shell,
suchas we sell regularly at 40c
each, to every married lady in the
United States who writes for it.
There is nothing to pay. The gift
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favor upon your lady readers by
making this auuouncement in your
paper. Each lady will send her
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and will send illustrations from
which seletion may be made.
QUAKER VALLEY MFG. Co.,
Morgan aud Harrison S's., Chicago.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Whereas information has been
received' at this Department thai
an Atrocious Murder was commit
ted in the county of Edgefield, on
or ribout the- January 1900,
upon the body of Amelia Dun ton
by Ellen Brooks and that the said
Ellen Brooks has fled from justice.
Now, Therefore, I, M. B. Mc
sweeney, Governor of the State of
South Carolina, in order that jus
tice may be done and the majesty
of the law vindicated, do hereby
offer a reward of Fifty Dollars
for the apprehension and deliv
ery of the said Ellen Brooks to
the Sheriff of Edgefield at- Edge
field, S. C., with proof to convict.
In Teetimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the
State to be affixed, at
Columbia, this 22ud
. day of May, A.
j SEAL, j D. 1900, and in the
' v-^v^-' ^ one hundred and
twenty-fourth year of
the Independence of
the United States of
M. B. MCSWEENEY.
By the Governor :
M. R. COOPER,
Secretary of State.
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
are very small but their work is
deadly. Still many of them are
comparatively harmless in health ;
but as soon as an organ is diseased
it is attacked. Tho experimets
of Koch and others have shed much
light upou this important subject
But up to the. present time the
culture 'ii bacteria appears to have
met with mu?h better success than
thei * destruction. As we can do
so little to destroy these minute
enemies, is not the most sensible
course to 6trengtbeu and revitalize
the system BO that it may repel
and resipt their destructive in
fluence, and does it not seem v? ry
fitting that the revitalizing element
should enter the body through
inhalation of oxgen which is at
ince a revitalizer and germicide?
The experience of yeara and the
tistimony of thousands phow
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DBS. STARKEY & FA LEN,
1112 Girard Street, Philadelphia. Pa
I will be a candidate for re-election
to Congress from tbe Second Congres
sional District subject to tbe rules and
regulations of the democratic party.
W. JASPER TALBERT.
To my Fellow Citizens :
I am grateful for the honors that',
you have conferred upon me in the'
past; and [ will endeavor to deserve
yonr confidence in the future. I there^
fore announce that I am a candidate
for re-election to the State Senate, f I
will abide the result of the primary
election and will support all the nom
inees of the democratic party. /
Very respectfully, /
J. C. SHEPPARD.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I respectfully announce myself,as a
candidate for membership to j the
House of Representatives, and pled?e
myself to abide the result and to-sup
port the nominees of the democratic
primary. THOS. H. RAIKSFOJBD.
lam a candidate forLheHou/se of
Repr?sentaivss. I will abide t/he re
suit of the primary and support/all the
nominees of the party. /
W. A. STROM.
' ' ./ .*
Jam a candidate for the House of
Representatives. E will abide' the re
sult of the primary and support all the
nominees of the democratic party.
M. P. WELLS.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives. I will
abide the result of the primary and
will support the nominees of the party.
N. G. EVANS.
I am a candidate for the lower
House of Kepresetative. I will abide
the result of the primary election and
support the nominees.
P. B. MATSON.
CLERK OF COURT.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for Clerk of the court. Will
abide the result of the primary and
support t he nominees of the same.
JOHN B. HILL.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate <or re-election to the office
of Sheriff of Edgefield county. I will
abide the result of the primary elec
tion and support all nominees of the
democratic party. W. H. ODZTS.
1 hereby announce that I am a*1 can
didate for Sheriff of Edgetield county.
I will abide the result of the primary
and support the nominees of the dem
ROBERT L. DUNOVANT.
Superintendent of Educatioi
I am a candidateyi<f7aajriectji
the office of Superlra^etoie^wbl' fl
tion for Edgefield Coittuy. My rj
?3 before you, and if elected T prc
you my best cervices in all ?ducatif
interests intrusted f.> me. I will ab?
the result of the democratic primar]
and support all the nominees of rbe
same, A. R. NICHOLSON.
1 hereby annodnce myself as a can
didate for Superintendent of Educa
tion of Edgefield County. I will abide j
the result of the democratic primary
and support the nomm?es of the party.)
JAS. T. MIMS.
I respectfully announce myself as al
candidate for re-election to the office,
of Auditor of Edgefield county. I will
abide the result of the primary elec
tion and support all nominees of the
J. B. HALTIWANGEB.
I amacundidateforCounty Auditor.
I Will abide the result of the primary
and support all the nominees of the j
party. OSCAK BURNETT.
I am a candidate for the office of Au
ditor of Edgetield county. I will abide
the results of the democratic primary
and support all the nominees of the
party. HENRY C. WATSON.
1 am a candidate for County Treas
urer. I will support all the nominees
of the party and abide the result of the
CHRIS M. WILLIAMS.
I am a candidate for the office of I
County Treasurer, will abide by tbef
result of the primary and -upport all j
the nominees. S. B. MAYS.
I am a candidate for County Super
visor. I will abide 'he result of the
democratic primary and support the
nominees of the party.
J. M. BELL, JB.
I am a candidate forCounty Super-J
visor subject to the Democratic pri
mary, I will support all the nominees
of the party, myself included,
B. F. GLANTON.
In deference to the resolution of the
County Executive Committee I an
nounce that I am a candidate for
Magistrate of the district in which I
live. I will abide the result of the
primary and support the nominees of
the party. L. G. BELL.
In deference to the jecolntion of the
County Executive Committee, I an
nounce that lam a candidate for the
office of Master For Edfjetleld county.
I will abide the results of the
primar es and support the nominees
of the party. W. F. ROATH.
To the Voters of Edg< field County :
I am a candidate for Coroner of. the
[grand old county ol' Edgelield. I ha?
rather be Coroner rhiin President
Elect mean?! I will luv? and serv? voi.
well. And will.ns f always have ii one.
I abide the result of the primary..
.With Mgh regan*, v^urs truly,
GEO. T. SHARPTON.
EZDOEIFTEHOD, S. CJ
Front Room in Chronicle B'Jd'g.
I respectfully solicit rhi patronage of
Thomas & i
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j Brass and Enameled Beds,
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? Fairfax. 9 20am
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W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
For Renewal of Charter.
Notice is herewith given that at
the next meeting of the County
Board of Commissioners the un
dersigned will apply for a renewal
of charter of Scott's Ferry, near|
Clarks Hill, across Savannah
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Building,Bridge, Factory, Fur c
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mill
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Latani Iron Works & Supply Co
Foundry, 1 hine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works |
fjSy Repa is Promptly Done
PP. P. Bl.
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA. GA.
jj \Vh*re he will still continue to
nm EYE: TESTS
For all defects of siubt. Grind
any Bliap*1 and style ot' lense
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses, rest or |
m $.?50 ANTI FAT JEL?
For 01.50 we furalab. the celebrated BROWN'S AU
PO JUN AL BELT for the care of CORPULENCY.
Cerpalaal aeo ale
who wear the
aol Belt run no
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Ka,tare ar Cn*
belka I Hernial
ya? gata anea fart
and eue er action
you will appreciate. I.aaneieat
cnn afford to be without thia belt,
fd Cat Ult Ad. eatandeendtoujwlth tl.BQ
andlOeeuUa?trafe?p?rtate, atatoacurkt, webrbt,asaand
number lnchea around the bodT,larga?tpart,and we viii
md thebaltto yea by ?al 1 p?t?*M. with thc ucdorn taner
SEARS, ROEBUCK * CO., CH?CAGC
IN COLD AND SILVER.
For immediate delivery or made to order on short notice.
Write for prices.
Wm. Schweigert & Co., Jewelers,
702 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. J
CM0MM COU Itt,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. B., B. S., A. M., LL.B., L. I. Courses, SpriDg Courses free for
Teachers. Fourteen Professors ; 33.000 volumes in library ; excellent
laboratories, class rooms, gymnasium, infirmary, athletic grounds.
Tuition $40, other fees $18, a session ; tuition remitted to needy stu
dents. Expenses $135 to $175 a session. Certified Pupils from forty
five Accredited Schools enter its Freshman Class without examina
Entrance and Normal Scholarsnip Examinations held at every
county seat, Friday, July 20,1900, by County Superintendents.
Next session opens Sept, 26, 19?0. For catalogue address,
:F\ C. WOODWARD. President.
Peter A. Brenner is Co,
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET,
(OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUSE.)
Orders for tunin? promptly attended to.
Hearts ! Hearts ! Hearts!
SOLID STERLING SILVER HEARTS,
10c 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Your Initials Engraved Free.
SOLID GOLD HTCAJRTS,
. 75c tor$8.00 ENGRAVED FREE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL OBDERS. '
RONTA?T's JEWELRY STORE,
626 BR0AD STREET, A?S?STA, GA. \
Our fee returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and description of
any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patent
ability of same. "How to Obtain a Patent" sent upon request. Patenta
secured through us advertised for sale at our expense.
Patent taken ont through us receive special notice, without charge, in
THU PATENT RECORD, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted
by Manufacturers and Investors.
Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
VICTOR J. EVANS & CO..
Evans Building, - WASHINGTON, D. C.
DR. MOFFETTS ? Allays Irritation, Aitis Digest mn.
fl (Teething Powders) JJLTEETHINA Relieve* the Bo? *
x * ' Troubles of Children o?
Costs only 25 carts at Druggists, ANY AOL
Or mail 23 cents to c. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOU 13. K?r
sr M LS
Y FAR s
m JO?* '
'301 BXOA?SV. A?GUSTA.C
.te. WHX auto
FO?R FULL QUARTS
Pure Rye Whiskey
W* ?hip on approval, la piala box?t, with
no mark? to indica ta conten?a. Whan you
re ce I v a it and test i t, rf l t la not aatiafactory
return lt at our axpanaa and wa. will r* turn
Conn Sa TI Sf? Biak. Dui. Md BrMitrett, cr M,
butiom bout* tn Aafvtu, CA.
? A P. PADGETT; $
I30I Broad Street . XUCUSTX. C-~.: