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Edgefield, S. C.
CITIZENS ASKED TO
"KEEP OPEN HOUSE."
Committee on Securing Homes
for Veterans at Work.
This week active work will b
begun by the several committee -
and sub-committees that ate t'
arrange for the securing of homes
for and the entertainment of th*
Confederate veterans during thc
State reunion that will take plac
here beginning on, May 9. The
time is growing shorter very
Thus far ?be fi nance committee
his ?.- organized, appointed sub
committees end secured a good
nest egg. The committee charged
with the securing of the homes has
likewise organized, appointed sub
committees to do the canvassing,
and proposes to get down to its
work today in good form. The en
tertainment committee has also
begun to map out its work, and the
cent-a-mile rate has bean obtained
ou ali lines save the Seaboard Air
Line, leaving the committee on
trasportation practically nothing
to do but to arrange the rate with
the Seaboard people. This will be
done without difficulty.
The general committee meets
again tonight at 8:30 o'clock at
the county court house and it is
desired that all members be pre
The committee on hemes will
get down to its canvassing work
" through its sub-committees today
very likely. On Saturday the
foll^wing waB issued by this com
To the Citizens of Columbia:
It is the earnest desire of the ,
committee oil bureau of informa
?ion for the coming State reunion
of Confederate veterans, charged
with securing homes for the enter
tainment of the visiting veterans,
that Columbia and Columbians
maintain the city's reputation for
hospitality. The committee hop'js i
that the citizens will throw open
the doors of their hemes and en
tertain free of cost every old soldier
that comes to the capital city. ,
Columbia has never had the Statt* .
reunion " before. The men wb^ .
fought for the Confederacy are '
fasi, passing away and they should
be shown tho fullest measure of ,
hospitality. The committee feels ]
that it is unnecessary to dotai 1 ?
at length the reasons for request- J
ing the citizens to keep open house ; j
indeed it feels that the mere sug
gesti?n is sufficient. i
The committee desires to ac- v
complish its work in such a way fi
that the assignment of veterans c
to homes can commence some
time before the reunion, so that I
when the old soldiers arrive here 1
they can go direct to the homes
?elected for them.
This committee has been (
divided into sub-committees that f
will canvass the whole city. The 1
sub-committee proposes to call on
all citizens. The information de
sired is as follows : The name and
street number of the host or hos
tess; the number of soldiers that
can be entertained, statiug whether
entirely or only for lodging or ou
ly for board. It is desired that
there be as few of the latter claBP
as possible. If there be any who
have already arranged toe ntertain
veteran friends, or expect to do eo,
the names of such veterans shoulu
be given the committee for entiy
on the list so that they may not
be assigned to some one else, thu?
reducing the number of homes.
At this time the committee will
concentrate all its efforts upon thc
work outlined above. Furthej
announcements will be mad*
It is hoped that the citizens will
cooperate with the sub-committees
in everyway possible so that thc
work may be facilitated as possi
ble. The information desired
could be written on a slip of nape:
and left at each house to be hand
ed the ward committee when ii
calla thus materially aiding the
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Chills and Fever is a bottle of UBOYK*.-.
TASTELESS CHILL TOXIC Jt is simply
iron aud quinine in a tasteless form.
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[ILE?.LBY HER PET DOS.
'he Horrible Fate of a Woman
in N?w York Lam. Night.
New York, March 17.-Mrs.
Jarrie Cobus, living on west 18th
treet, met death in a shocking
nauuer tonight, being killed b>
1er dog. Mr?. Cobus, her husband,
1er son aud her mothar lived to
other. Mrs. C^bus was 38 years
dd, subject to epileptic fits. Her
constant companion was a f->x
errie, .of unusual intelligence.
Mrs. Elizabeth Broadband, Mrs.
^obti?' mothar, says ber daughter
trent out into the Inchon about 7
/clock. A tew moment later
Mrs. Broadhea.l heard fie dog
barking excitedly. The mother
ran out and found her daughter ly
ing on the floor. Sb? knew it was an I
epileptic attack, and dashing a
pitcher of water into her du ugh Ier's
face she ran into the hall and
screamed for help.
Philip Rockefeller, living near
ov, heard ber mid ran to her arsisl
ince. They wont into the room
.vhore Mr1?. Cobus lay and ther.
saw a horrifying spectacle. The
;iet t rrrior seeing its mistress in
agony appears to have gone o?ad.
Ile flew at the prost/ats woman
KS she writhed on the floor and re
p^ated.eilly attacked h:-r, burying
its iepth in her throat and sever
ing the jugular vein. When
Rockefeller tried to tear the mad
dened brute away it clung to the
dying woman with terrible tena
city. He finally got the animal
loose. It then attacked the mother
and the mau, but they beat it off.
A physician was summoned, but
Mrs. Cobus had bled to death.
The dog disappeared in the streets.
Death of Mr. W. W. (ioodman.
Mr Wm. W. Goodman died
March 2d, after a short illness from
Hrrip. In the death of Mr. Good
man South Carolina not only ?oses
one of her host citizens, but also
ene of her oldest landmarks*. He
was in the 79:h year of h s age,
and the greater portiou of hit hf"
was speut iu this State. Mr Good
man was a descendant of John
Goodman, of historical ment.on.
one of ihe Pilgrim Fathers who
came to this country in the *Mav
Flower," and binded on Piymontd
Rock, in the State of Massa
chusetts. He was bom at South
Hadley, Mass,, May 19th, 1822.
At au earl)- a;.e he rame to Sont.?
Carolina, and has since made his
nome here. He needs no monu
ment of marble ; be has left a good
uame, which is immortal. He
ivas an affectionate husband, an
indulgent and Living fattier, a
due friend. His ashes r^-st at Oin"
Stolid Church, near Clemson Col
'ege. lit! leves a widow ann
sev rai children, to whom is ex
tended the sympathy of mao}
friends.-K e o w . ? e C o u r i e r.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
iake Laxative Brumo Quinine Tablets,
.vii druci's!s refund the mon-y if it
tails to cure. E.W. Grove's signati re
is ou each box. :'.r>(.
Relic of Confederacy.
Montgomery, Ala., March 2.-A
feature ci7 \ esterday's session cf
he general assembly wt?.s th"
)jssag . of the much discussed
*hite hons" bill, carrying an u1
jropriation for the purchase and
oaintenaoco of the oM Jeiierson
?)avis house here in Montgomery
>y the senate, which will to some
ixtenl relieve the suspense that
ias been felt for several daya by
riends of the measure. There
vas little opposition, the vote be
ng 20 to 7, the announcement of
vhich was greeted by prolonged
ippJauBe that came from the floor
it the senate and from the gallery
-rowded with ladies.
Many prominent women of Ala
)ama have interested them sel evet
n this movement and, of course,
bis interest ie shared by those of
This relief of tb.9 days of the
Confederacy will uow be given its
>roper place and m8de an interest
ng feature of the capital city.
Every woman in the country
ought to h now about
_ mtiers mm \
fl Those wlio do know afcont it ?
U wonder how they ever got along \.
I without it. It has robbed clulu t
P birth of its terrors fur -.'any f
? young wife. It has pr?serv?e, bet j
.j girlish figure and saved her lane] '
fj su fieri t iv.. It is an external hui .
IA mcnt p-id carries with it tl.= fore,
absolutely no danger ? r.p?ettfng ?
j tit i svsteim as drugi. tunen ir.tern- ?
? ally ? e apt to d >. H%i ; to b< |!
nibbed iuto thc abdomen co soften >.
ami strengthen the muscle* widen i"
ere to bear the strain. Tli?3 means f\
nach less p:i!a. It also pr?vint: j
morning sickness ami ail of tut fr
ether discomforts of pregnancy. ^
A druggist of Macon, G.':., says: * .
"I have soi-; a large quantity"of I IU
, Mother's friend and havj r.cver j" J |
fi known an instance where it has | J >
fi failed to i roduce the good results
j; claimed for it."
A prominent lady of Lam
berto:!, Ark., writes: " With my
?hst six children 1 was in labor
from 24 to ?io hours. After using h
Mothe r's Friend, my seventh was t
born in 4 houri." S
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BRITISH DO NOT WISH
TO CAPTURE DEWET.
Wonld Prof or Ha Died in Bat tl?
or Escapad, for If Captured
Must bc Executed.
LoDdon, March 16.-A special
lispatcb from Durban, Natal, eave
ha Boer commanders are holding
i meeting at Petersburg, in nor
heru Transvaal, to ditcuss the
Dosi'ion and the advisabilty of a
nntinuatioo of the war. Whatever
;'ie result of the peacf negotiations
between Gm. Kitchener and Gen.
Boiha it. is tolerably certain that
ibt rumors of the inclusion of Gen.
.'JO Wet JU any form of amnesty
ure not based on fact. Gen.
Kitchener's personal views of the
Boer leader are not known in
parliament but if the war office
was consulted the officials thorp
would rathorsee DeWet killed in
action than taken alive. One of
the official- responsible for the
direction of the affairs of the army
said to a repr?sentaivo of the
Associated Pre?? : tlI cannot see
how Kitchener e*r? possibly accept
UeWei's ??ii L render. If he ever
gels him he will bo obliged to try
bini for his recent alleged murders
of prison?rs. Ihavo no doubt that
the verdict of either a military or
a civil court would be death and
if such a verdict was carried out
lhere would be a honible howl on
the contiment and in America.
And, indeed, one would be sorry
to see ?uch a brave fighter meet
such an end. Therefore, we can
only hope DeWet will either get
out of the country or be shot ia
FLAG FOR FILIPINOS.
Dimensions of the Emblem They
Must Take Off Hats ?yo.
Washing'on, March 16.-Secre
tary Root* has issued an order
definiug the standard flag for the
oeadquarters of tho division o? the
Philippines. It states:
"Th-- headquarters of the divis
ion of the Philippines will be de
signated by a standard of khaki
colored silk or bu/itiug, measuring
three feet on the staff and four
feet, six inches fly, cut swallow
'ailed 12 inches to the Jork, bearing
in the centre two circles overlapp
ing erich other, one-third radius
lesem hiing the ligure 8. one foot
nix inches high and of correspond
inu width. The symbol is to be
m red, bordered in white Hinches
and edg,jd in blue | inch,
r-urmourited by a red scroll bearing
ibo device, 'Division of the Philip
pintie2 'rmuro?dered Tn bitte lettersT
"Total length of lance to be nine
feet, including spear head and
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Peru Withdraws Minister From
Capital of Chili.
Washington, March 16.-Som9
apprehension is felt in official
jireles over the reported action of
Peru in withdrawing her minister
r'rom the Chilian capital.
Although the withdiawal has not
been communicated officially to
this government, yet it is accepted
is a fact, since it is in line with
what was expected to follow the
?ctioi: ol the Chilian congress in
rejecting the plan or arbitrating
he remaining differences between
Ihe two counties on their boundary
question. Thu Chilian minister
ivas withdrawn some time ago
rom Peru, so that tho recall of the
Peruviau miuister from Chile
eaves each country without a
liplomatic representative in tho
nber. Whether this will amouut.
o a complete severance of dip
oraatic relations has not .been
?ade clear by Ihe meagre advices
it hand, but in any event it is
ooked upon as a further evidence
if the growing seriousness of the
Tho Alabamians have waked up
o the value of the grape and wine
ndustry, which was threatened
vi:h destruction in their Slate by
leedlessly restrictive laws. Two
\els passed by its recent Legjbla
ure, it ie believed, will do much
o promote it. One reduces the li
?ceo lor the sale of wiue exclu
sively to one-tout h of that now
?barged for the sale of spirituous
iquors. The other provides that
t shall be lawful for the person or
isso nation to engage in the busi
jess of making and selling wines
'rom j moen of grapes grown in the
State; that i:o State, county or
nunicipal license shall be requir
;d for the sale of such wine in
junntities of not less than one
icarl in tho couuty where >mcb
vines are manu fat ured. The law
lues not apply to any county
vb ere prohibition is in force, and
nainly affecte seven counties, in
vnich I be greater number of vine
yards are located.-N. & C.
DBfcaltby Ktfaeyo Itt? lapin Bititf,
AU tho hied in yow body p*??? through
?our kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
cf order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
lt us2d to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but nov/ modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists In fifty
cent and one-dollar siz-_
es. You may have a"
sample bottle by mail Hom? of sw?n?-Boot
fr<s3. also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer j
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
THE FARMERS BANE
0F EBSEP1ELB, S. 6.
Annual statement of the condit ion
of the Farmers Bsuk of Edgefleld at
the close of business March 13tb, 1901.
Loans and discounts.$162,457.4]
Bank Buildings and Fixtures 4,040.00
Real Estate (90 acres). 75.00
Expenses and Taxes. 4,655.32
Cash in banks. .14,003 33
Cash in vault. 17,691.07
Paid Up Capital.* 58,0001?
Undivided profits. 13,2Y7.(3
Bil'8 payable. 40,000.00
State of South Carolina, J
County of Edtrefleld. \
I, J. L. Caugbmaii, Cashier of tho j
Farmer? Bank of Edgefield,do solemn
ly swear that the above statement is]
true to the best of my knowledge and
J. L. CAUGHMAN.
Sworn to before me this the 14th day
of March, 1901. E. H. FOLK, (L S.)
Correct- Attest: Not. Pub. S.C.
We, W. F. Roath, W. B. Penn and
Edwin H. Folk, a committee of Direc
tors, have counted the cash, examinee
the books and accounts and find them
properly kept and the above statement
W. F. ROATH,
W. B. PENN, y Directors.
E. II. FOLK.
TRUSTEES of the public schools are
hereby notified that the Teachers*
Registers and Trustees Records .mist
be properly kept and tiled in ray office
as soon as the schools are closejl, /B?V
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Co. Supt. of Education.
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FOR SPRING M H?VE
GAl'HEPRD TH JE N?U'E?T, MOST DISTINCT?VX AND ORIGI
NAL STYLES IN AMERICA
Investigate ! Examine !
land you will be as enthusiastic as we. You will know what you
want for Sering when 3 ou look through our line. We have th? great
m rangfof fiiuie to be found in-lbe city. The only emull thing ab.:ut
i hf m i;; the price. Everything new and up-to-date. NO OLD
G O O D S.
The hest line nf Negligee Shirts in the city, 50c. and $1.00. Men's
Hats in ail the lateet shapes and shades, $1.00* to .$5.00. Make this
?store your beadquaners. Have your friends meet you at White's
A DISCOUNT OF IO PER CENT.
ALLOWED ON ALL CLOTHING
J. B. WHITE & COMPANY,
Spot Cash Clothing Store,
-A.TJ" G-TTST.A. - GkA~
A good Buggy-'.he easiest running, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see my liue of Open and Tcp Buggies, Carriages,
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything in the Harness line, Buggy Robes, v> hips, Saddlery, etc.,
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap &s the cheapest.
The finest tonedand best made Piano on the market we can show
il to you, or the best Organ by the least money. Call and let us show
them *o yr.u.
The finest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
and look 1 brough our line of classical and operatic vocal and instru
And last, if the sad necessity ever comes to you or yours when
\ou shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and eu
11 i e line of Undertakers' Goods are at jour services.
You apj cordially invited to visit my store and let us show you
j anything you wish to see or hear.
Gr. P. CO
JOHNSTON, S. C.
Augusta Marble and Stone Works
?[Corner Washington and Ellis Streets. AUGUSTA, GA.
innis ci all Ms ide ni I* or emits
STONE WORK NEATLY DONE.
Estimates for all classes of work in Marble and Stone solicited, and cheer
NEXT TO COBB'S.
Busy Men and w omen,,
fj.oo a j'jur
A cent a day
a yea ;.
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