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Edgefield, S. C.
MoSweeney led Col. Hoyt by
5,263 votes and lacked a little over
7,000 votes of going in on the fir3t
All the congressmen were re
nominated save Messrs Wilson
and Norton. The former is sap
planted by Joe Johnson and Nor
ton hes to make a second race
Official figures obtained from
the State dispensary show the
shortage and breakage reported by
,.the Winnsboro dispensary for
fourteen months amounted to $],
Senator Tillman's Vote.
Hon. B. R. Tillman, candidate
for United Stator, received 73,679
votes. There were 13.750 voters
who did not vote for Tillman.
"The Frst Tuesday in November
After the First Monday.
A correspondent asks this ques
tion : "Why is it that the presid
ential election is held on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in
November? Why was it necessary
to insert in the constitutional
amendment the express wording,
'the first Tuesday after the first
Monday?' Why not the first Tues
day in the month?"
This querist is not so familiar
with the constitution as he should
be. It does not fix the day of the
choosing of eleotors. All it
prescribes is that they be selected
prior to March 4. The designation
of the day for holding the pres
identiat election is left to congress.
The irret act passed by it relating
to that subject was in 1792. It
provided that the presidential
electors should be' appointed
"within 34 days before the first
Wednesday in December." This
left each state free to select a day
to suit itself within those limits.
Pennsylvania chose electors on the
last Friday in October other States
elect theirs on different days be
tween the beginning and middle
, of November. When Harrison was
elected in 1S40 the Democrats
asserted that his success was due
partly to fraudulent voting, which
was made poseible by the lack of
a definite day. It was alleged that
Kentucky and Ohio Whigs had
voted in both states, the elections
being held on different days. So
in 1845 the Democrats passed the
law now on the statute bo"ks mak
ing the first Tusday after tao first
Monday election day.
At that time but five of the 26
States held their State elections
in November. In Michigan and
Mississippi voting was carried on
through two days-the first Mon
day and the following Tuesday.
New York had had three election
days-the first Monda}-, Tuesday
and Wednesday-but had finally
confined voting to the middle day,
or, the first Tuesday after the first
Monday. Massachusetts chose
state officers on the second Mou
day iu November and Delaware on
the second Tuesday. So congress
selected the first Tuesday after the
first Monday so as to consult con
venience of three states out of five,
one of the three being the impor
tant state of New York.
Bad Blood-Cure Frei !
Bad Blood cause? Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecr?
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Bheumatism Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. F>. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful biood purifier of the
age. It bas been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most deep-seated, per
sistent cases, after doctors and patent
medicines had.aH failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving out cf 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., cored by B. B. B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. 1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (fnll treatment) $5. Ii.
B. B. is an honest remedy that makes
real oures. To test B, B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Fewer Bales, More Money.
New Orleans, La., September
1.-The totals of Secretary Hester's
annual report of the cotton crop,
of the United States were pro
mulgated today. They show re
ceipts of cotton of all United
States ports for the year of 6,734,
364 bales, against 8,575,426 last
year; overland to northern mills
1,161,189, against 1,345,623 ; south
ern consumption tuken direct
from the interior of the cotton
belt 1,540,863,791, making the
United States for 1899-190? amount
to 9,436,416 bales, against 11.199,
995 the years before.
Mr Hester bas made bis usual
investigation into the consumpti m
of every cotton mill in the south,
including woolen mills that have
used cotton, and the results show
a total of 1,597,112 bales, but of
this 56,29 bales were taken from
ports included in port receipts.
This total shows that the mills of
the south have used 197,713 bales
more than during 1 898-99 against
a consumption by the north of 2,
300,000. He rankes the actual
cotton crop of Texas, including
Indian Territory, 2,590,51,2, or say,
964,569 bales less than last year.
H?3 report on the cotton crep for
the different states shows that in
thousonds of bales : North Caro
lina raised 561; Georgia 1,309;
Alabama 1044; Florida 50; Mis
sissippi 1,230; Louisiana 625;
Arkansas 750; Tennessee 358;
North Carolina in this instance,
includes Kentucky and Virginia;
Tennessee includes Oklahoma,
Missouri, Kansas and Utah ; Teas
includes Indian Territory.
Mr Hester's full report, which
which will be issued tomorrow,
will contain interesting facts in
relation to the enormous increase
in tho spindles of southern mills,
and to new mills now building.
He will also show that while the
past crop was 1,836,400 bales less
than that of last year, it produced
in money $61,012,000 more.
Pl^fafAMANUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
I BWliivD v gU, Constipation and Indi'
gestion. Begulstes the Liver. Price, 25 eta.
For sale by G. lu Penn &Son.
a, f S
464' 8101 633 4661 339
AS TO INDIANA.
Why It Will Probably eo'Dsmo
cratic in November.
The poll of Indiana which has
just been completed by tho Repub
lican executive com ni i the, showing
the State to'be at present Dem oe
by 18,000 majority, has thrown
the Republicans into a state of
panic, but to those who have' ob
served the recen d of noli tica]
events in the Hoosier state there
isnolhing surprising in ir. For
two years past a political revolu
tion has been in pmgr^s.s in som ri
of the m Dst populous sections of
Indiana. It Las progressed quietly,
but nevertheless steadily. This
has been a defection of the labor
iugclasses, and to a large extent
the agricultural cla?.s in (he Re
The explanation ia very simple
trusts. In the gas belt, whoso
prosperity depends solely on its
immense factories, the great in
dustrial combinations of the past
years have resulted in the closing
down of plant after plant. Prom
ises have been repeatedly made
that the shutdowns were only
t?mporary, but as a general rule
the plants once closed were never
opened. All over this thickly
populated and prosperous section
laboring men have been compelled
to emigrate to other parts of the
country to gain alivelihood. Again,
in some of the state's leadiug
industries, notably glass, there
has been much more than usual
difficulty in settling the wage
scales, which has been attributed
by the workmen, justly or unjustly,
to the influence of trusts. Through
the gas belt the trust question, so
far as the masses are concerned,
is beyond' doubt the paramount
issue of the present campaign.
Another not unimportant feature
in the political situation is the
great growth of sjcilaisin in In
diana during the past few years
Every factory in Indiana is filled
with Socialists, and they are men
who are willing to vote the So
cialist ticket, though hopeless of
victory. Of course both parties
have suffered from this movement,
but recent elections have shown
that the Republicans have suffered
more than the Democrats, especi
ally in the gaB belt, where a large
majority of the factory workers
were Republicans tittil they be
came Socialists. The State com
mittee of the Social Democrats is
claiming a vote of 6,000 for its
ticket at the coming election, and
there is good reason to believe that
the estimate is little over the truth.
There are also indications of a '
considerable change in the !
political views ol' the farming
element, resuling from the geueral
increase in the price of all farming
implements and supplies. For
this reason alone there wi1!, per
haps, be a decided falliug oft' in
the Republican vote in the country
A Cheap Horse Food When the
Corn Crop Fails.
Shartanburg, Aug 22-S A
Nesbitt, au energetic young farm
er of this county says that the
cheapest horse food one can make
to supplement a light corn crop is
wheat. Sow it on good land and
just as it is in the dough state,
cut it with a mower
and cure it as you do hay. It
takes the place of corn and fodder
and keeps work animals in flue
condition. Let those farmers who
are making aboui- two bushels of
corn to the acre try Mr Nesbitt'?
GEO. T. SHARPT0N.
EDG-EPTELD, S, O
Front Room in Chronicle B'ldg.
I respectfully solicit rh*, patronage o
' OF THE
Clerk ol Court.
4781 6981 747
Result of Election for State
SECnKTARV OF STATE.
ATTOHNE V O KN KR AL.
Ti m merman '.. .44,754
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL.
? . . j '
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, ^j,
W. D'. Evans."914
B. B. Evans.14,616
Officers to be Voted for in the
The following is the list of
county officers to be voted for on
Tuesday, Sept, 11 :
C. M. WILLIAMS.
J. W. EIDSON
Clerk of Court :
W. B. COGBURN.
JOHN B. HILL.
Superintendent of Eduoatioh :
JAS. T. MIMS.
A. R. NICHOLSON. j
' J. M. BELL, JR.
D. D. PADGETT.
Supervisor of Registration:
C. E. QUARLES.
JOHN O. HERRIN.
C. H. ANDERSON.
T. E. BYRD.
JESSE W. DORN.
The following State officers are
to be voted for on Tuesday, Sep.
tember ll :
Lieutenant Governor :
> ALL WOMEN
\ Suffering from female troubles ?bould '
? try Hie "Old Time" Remedy,
! It lias no equal, lt strengthens the
delicate female organs and builds a wom
n up All suffering and irregjilarltlea at
"iconthly" periods can be avoided by Its
use. It ls for young girls maturing, for
mother?, and for women at Change cf Ufo.
Should he used before child-birth.
, *ol4 hy all druggists, or sent post-paid
on application. Address, "WOMAN SOE
i PARTMENT". How Spencflr Medicine Co., Ch?'
> tanooga, Tenn.
I Mention thin paper.
For sale by G. TL Penn A Son.
ST 2'8, 19<
Are you nervous?
Are you completely exhausted?
Do you stiffer every mooth?
If you answer "yes" to any of
these questions, you have ills which
Wine of Cardui cutes. Do you
appreciate what perfect health would
be to you? After taking Wine ol
Carded, thousands Hke you have' real
ized h. Nervous strain, loss of sleep,
cold Of Indigestion starts menstrual
disorders that are not noticeable at
first, but day by day steadily grow
into troublesome complications. Wine
of Cardui, used just before the men
strual period, will keep the female
system in perfect eonartioa. This
medicine h taken quietly at home.
There is nothing like it to help
women enjoy goon health. It costs
only JJ to test tah remedy, which k
endorsed by 1,000,000 cured women.
.Mrs, Lena T. Friohurc Cast Si. Look,
111, seys: "1 am pAytiea?y a mw
woman, by reason of my ute*pf Wine of
Cardui and Thedford'a BkekTDfiugtit."
In UNS roqulrlaff .pedal flroettona. %&
drccs, gi nog <r mp tomi, "Tba Lonies' ad ni
orr Department," Tto Ctettaaooce 3? txii
SEN D JJ S SS.OO u ogunr
actoo ?? good f ?j th and we
will tend you any ireproar.tf.
by freight, C. O.D., aubjoct to
examlnaUon. TM cu .1 taila*
Il ?l jour fr? If ht StMl and I f you
find ie tbe equal of any Aro
proof combination look Iron
and steal safe mad* and abtat
.ar-Lhlrd (ho prit* thar,** bj
?then far (lit gua. il it in t ur? !r,
pay your freight agent oar
ap?ela 1 factory frlec und
f>t 1 eht cbcif n, leas the 15.00
lent with order; otherwise return it at our expones
ind we win return your 05.OO. loo-ib. eembiatiioa
otk taf?i for la. htm?, aG.'JSi OtKr-lh. efflrtaa* llore tate?,
SILOS; WU Iba,, Oit.Ot; 100 Iba., OSLOS; lOOO Iba.,
L*Jd. Jeerttf?. for Lr? r batlattt, fatlorj, Jew,Irr or buk,
41 lathe* bick, KOO Iba., 86?. ?| 0? bMWM blah, NH Iba,,
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ar 1000 ante, 40 etata. WHITE FOR Fat CE OAFl,
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Engines and Boilers,
GET O?R PRICES.
' Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, .Press,
}ane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building, Bridge, Factory, Fur o
ind Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mil
Jachinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
ast every day. Work 150 Hands.
jffloM Iron lofts & Supply Co
foundry, V hine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works
0?T" Repa 1 s Promptly Done
M $.J50 ANTI FAT.BEL?
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who wear tho
ail Bait run no
rink of Haral
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yt* gat a eaalarV
yonwlll appr?ci?t*. Ia arpalaat parra
afford to be without tba belt.
Cat Ult ld. orland ncr, d to u with S I. BO
ndlOoStatxi'tforpOTtta., aUtektlabt, ntaMiaaaaol
lumberlnehos around the Dody.laxgeet par,and we will
end th e b.l t u roa bj ? tl I peetpaU, with the inderataad
cc that int Is not perfectly aatltfactory ?ad equal t*
lelts that retail at $1.00 and upward,you em return SI
a our expense. Hw 1? tor free Bait aaa Trata C tallawa. *>
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107 to GU) Broad Street.
First class in every respect. Train.'
tass Broad street two doors from hotel
i;trauet'. Europ?en plan. Rooms 60c
nd 75c pir day. Meals to order, Jtea
Siiirtors ol Regttntiin
We are prepared to do I
any and all kinds of |
Masonic work of all
kinds a specialty.
Write us for prices.
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Edgefield, S. C.
SEND 60 CENTS
..?? jon Mr HUnlKl 1? BKBTA 611TAR A,
?pr?, C. Q. B., ubjMt U.ualeallm, ltira
Beaafao La Barta Aa* rice* atula lustrum eut of
(jrtat beauty, pt rf cot rosewood fl0.lAh.ver7
highly pollfhed. Han?eomaly inlaid aro und
soon? ho!?end Lieu atria? la back, wliuUi
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xl with raised frats, lalaM aearl poattlea dela,
eerteta Baaepoleatheaa, ?ai Heat nlakel atetad
taUtUee. A BJ^UB $?.?061'iTAK, powerful
aad sweat toned, rurel shad complete wi?i
(aa nt re eat ef beet ?aaJIty ?teel striae* aad a
[.eJeaale I uer-?lea beak whian toadla? any
one baw to play.
BXiUBB KB SCRAS al yea? eapraas
.?ea and Iff o un a eiacilj ee rt pi\ vated
[and tao traalast targe** yea eear aaw ar
I keerd ef pey the eiprecr affect S8.C6
leal Nf? ar BB.lt ea4es>reee eaaroV aid
th? ooiaplate oattll I* yaun. Batlifac.
? aa guaranteed or mosey refuadad la fall.
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sharps and flata ta toll ?lew, aad aaa ba eec!ly ad
justed to any ?raltar without okangina- faa lo? tou
rnent. 'With tho ate of tkalettaradflegarboanl any
one ean learn to play without the aid cf ? teach ef.
Write for frac musical tnetrumcat aad plano and organ
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OBAU. BOEBv * CO. are tberaaaklrnlIekle...EaUar.?
CHARLESTON & WESTER?
'Augusta and Asheville. Sliort Line.*
Schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1900.
jv Augusta. 9 40am
Lr Greenwood.. 1217p ni
Lr Anderson.... 7 30 pm
lr Laurens.... 115pro
Lr Greenville.. 2 65 p m
ir Glenn;8p'gs.... 4 05 p m
Lr Spartanburg.. 3 00 p m
LrJSalud'a.... ,6 23 pm
Lr IiPiideraonville 551 pm
Yr Asnville.700 pm
\A Ashville.... 820am
j\ Spartanburg ll 45 a m
jv Greenville.... IL 55a ni
7 00a m
9 45 a m
9 00a m
i r La ure np ... .
1 30 p m
2 28 p m
5 05 p m
5 55 a m
4 00 pm
7 00p m
6 35 a m
6 10 p m
.v Calbloun Falls 444 p m
kr Norfolk.... 7 30 a ra
Lr Petersburg... .6 00 a m^
Lr Bichmond.... 8 15 a m4
A Augusta. 3 55 p m
k.r Allendale. 5 58 pm
4 Fairfax. 6 12 p m
' Yomassee. 7 25 p m
4 Beaufort. 8 15*p m
< Port Royal. 8 25pm
* Charleston. 5 15 a ta
? Port Boyal. 7 30 a tn
I Beauf?>rt. 7 45 am
' Yeinassee. 8 40 a m
' Fairfax. 9 40am
'< Allendale. 9 53am
Lr Augusta. ll 55 a rn
Close connections at Greenwood for
II points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
ou them Railway.
For information relative to tickets
lites, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMBBSOM,
THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUGUSTS
L. C. HA TNT:, Praa't F. G. FORD, Cashier.
Undivided Profit? } $110,000.
Facilities of oar magnificent Kew Vault
goontalning 410 Safety-Cook Boxes. Differ
ent Sizes are offered to oar patrons and
the public at $3.00 lo 810.00,p?r minin,
?HOS. J ADAMS PROPRIETOR.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,
Ii. a Hiznt;
W. C. WAKDI^AW,
VOL. LXV. NO. 36.
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Ar. Jacksonville (P. S.).
Trains 48 and 44 (mixvd except Sunday)
arri ra and depart from Hamborg.
tDwly Q-rapt Sunday.
Sloaping Ciar Servi ?a.
Excellent daily ?aasengar ?errisa between
Flbitda and New York.
Vu. S3 and H-No* York and diorite tx
Wee*. Drawlsg-room sleeping carn batlrtdn
Angus to and Now York.
Pailnaa draa*ing-rooni sleeping cara be
tween Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah,
Washington and >aw York.
Pullman eloe-nag ears between Can-dotte aad
BU tyar, nd Bining oar? bctwaan Chamotle
Hos. g? and S5-V. B. Patt Mau. Tbreueh
Pnltamo drarrla?rroom ba?o? slexp.ag aar? ba
tireen #aakaan*illB and 2f ow Yara and Pull*
Ka aieapin B enes aotwaxa Augusta and Char
ta. rHaisf ?ar? corra til meato weat*.
bo Werta Jackrtt Aile
flatly between Jaakacn
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L Paas. Ag't., As't 6?n. Pass. Ag*ty
rasbinf toi. D. a Atlanta, t?a
D. T. GRICB.
HENRY C. WATSON.
BRICE & WATSON,
(Grioe's Old Stand.)
g?f* Patronage of the public solle
ted. Prompt, faithful, and careful
arvie*. Reasonable charges.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7tl Strait, Augusta, Ga.,
6! VES FICE EYE TESTS for ?il defects ci
sifbt, ?riada th? proper glmtmt* sui? WAK*
Leases cut ??to vour fnu&e while jam vak.
FREE OF CHARGE, ?'S?
GREENVILLE, S. C.
THE next session opens on the
26th of Septem ber, 1900. Full
and thorough instruction, leading
to the degrees of B. A. ?nd M. A.,
ie offered. Boarding in private
families moderate ; in Mess Hall
excellent fare may be had at less
9xpense. Correspondence solicit
ed. Applications for places in the
Mess Hall ihould not be deferred.
Fur further particulars apply to
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8? AT HALF PRICE?
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your SfilBCEl ead ORMR
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the goods to order from the
T?ry ?oea? fru?, ribber ?Inti,
?attrill, guarantee a paribet Bt and
if yon do not find lt perfectly
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other? get doable tbs price for,
return at our expense sad wo will
refund your money.
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rm BQIIK OF ^DGEFIELD
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
f. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
f, H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
. M.COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
V. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLefR,
r. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vic?-President.
E. J. M IMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLIX, Ass't Cashier
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Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to hu si
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