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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22,1904.
The Republican administration
ig determined, whether by fair
meaos or foult to secure Ihe negro
vote in certain states where it is a
balance of power. A lieutenant
in th i navy, stationed at Annapo
lis, is +o be courtmartialed for
knocking a negro down.
More than $3,000 have been col
lected, as campaign assessments
from the candidates of Charleston
couuty. The members pf the ex
ecutive committee can defray the
. expenses of the campaign and then
take a trip to the St. Louis exposi
tion on the bala?ce in the troasury.
After doe consideration, Hon.
J. C. Sheppard declined to be
come a candidate for congress as
te was urged to do by his friends.
His reasons for declining appear
elsewhere in this issuo. The race
in the second district will be be
tween Hous. L. J. Williams, S. G
Mayfield and J. O. Patterson.
There must bo some politicians
.in Charleston who desire to get in
line for a dippensary job. Six
teen candidates are out for the
legislature." It will be remember
ed that in several instances seats
in the legislature have been given
up for places on the dispensary
pay roll, the former being appar
ently used as a stepping atone to
the latter." If such has n ally been
the case rn the past we trust that
tbis position of honor will not in
future be thus prostituted.
No thoughtful man wilT"o^fiT
tho fact that the most effective
means of giving publicitv to any
enterprise or undertaking is
through the columns of the news
papers. Realizing this, Secretar y
of the Treasury . Shaw
has urged the management to ad
vertise the greatjshow through the
newspapers of the country. If its
attractions are judiciously exploit
ed the exposition will not be such
a failure, from a financial stand
point, as has been its predecessors.
Who said that no. harm comes
from speculation in futures ? The
following is only one of the hun
dreds of tragedies that result from
.financial reverses caused by so
called speculation : A few days
ajo a man committed suicide'in
Jacksonville and left a note, a
part of which ran thus : "During
these months the demon of specu
lation has had me in its grip and
lamas powerless io resist it as
any drunkard his dram or gambler
his game. The course! am taking
is, all considered, the wise one.
Oh, God, have mercy. The way of
transgressors is bard and the wages
of sin is death."
And still the wonder grows why
Hon.. R. B." Scarborough declines
to stand for re-election to congress
from, the sixth district. During
his four years of service' he has
made a brilliant record for himself
and could, beyond all peradven
ture, haye been elected again. In
the meridian of a successful politi
cal career he has chosen the better
part-that of retiring to private
life and devoting his energies to
the promotion of individual inter
ests and the upbuilding, of Horry
county. Men of the Scarborough
type in South Carolina can be
counted upon one's fingers. Few
indeed are they who voluntaiily
relinquish their hold upon the
The citizens of Aiken county are
Democrats to the core. They be
li?: ve that the people should be
allowed to exercise the right to
choose by ballot tho3e who are to
fill all offices, especially county
offices.' For several years they
have asked of the state Demo
. eratic convention the right to
elect dispensers i:i the primary.
Their request, which]is entirely in
accord with Democratic principles,
has been repeatedly denied. As a
result of their beiog deprived of
their rights the citizens of Aiken
county have organized a Democ
racy of their own and have ar
- ranged for au independent primary
to be held on July the 2ud to elect
the .dispensers for Aiken county.
Who can question their right to do
- this ? It is inalienable.
The Pennsylvania Railroad
company, realizing that timber
growB scarcer and scarcer as the
years come and go, is haying mil
lions of locust trees planted with a
view of supplying crossties for the
future. It is estimated that in
twenty five years tois company
will have 5,000,000 trees available
for crobBties. Corporations are
far-seeing and prepare for the
future. Not so with the average
individual who ruthlessly destroys
timber, caring nothing as to how
the needs of coming generations
will be supplied. We thiuk that
timber is very valuable now in
some sections, but with the steady
increasing demand all kinds of
timber will command fabuloue
prices fifty years hence
Hon. John C. Sheppard Will Not
Run for Congress.
Within the last two or three days,
a member of the staff of the Edge
field ADVERTISER addressed the
Hon. John C. Sheppard aa follows:
Mr. Sheppard I will be glad if
you would let me know your con
clusion with reference to your can
didacy lor Congress from the Sec
ond Congressional District.
Mr.Sheppard replied: You will
remember lhatsome weeks ago you
inquired of me concerning this
matter;and I then said to you
which 1 intended to be definite and
final-lhat it was not my purpose
to enter the race. Since that time
however so many friends have writ
ten and spoken to me in reference
to the matter, (or which lum pro
foundly grateful to them, that ]
have been obliged in some measure
to review my first conclusion. The
assurances of .support that wert=
given to me have been.so numerous
and so earnest, and the assurances
that my candidacy would be suc
cessful have- been so convincing,
that I have been obliged to hesi
tate. Throughout the entire mat
ter I have not been able to dismi.-s
from my mind the consideration,
that it would bea physical impos
sibiliiy for me to make a proper
canvass of the District, and ut the
same lime perform the duties thHt
are already incumbent upon me
You know that J am Chief Execu
tive of the Order ol the Knights ol
Honor, the duties of which posi
tion I have ^been performing to the
best ol my ability for about a year
These duties are nuirmrous', impor
tant, and exacting; and my expe
rience in this office has been such
as to leave no.doubt in my mind
that I could not perform them ef
ficiently, and at the same time
make a thorough canvass of t
be able to afford to neglecJj^^TFbF
dividual interest foc-A^P*' (ny in
rince of a P^Jcjjjffi^K perform.
4?fTBS Afl^H?reme Dictator of thL
Knight's of Honor cons itu te a
Lrust which I have assumed and ?
cannot tolerate the idea of pA
ng the affairs of this TrustleveL
0 accomp.ish the highest hono?
hat my people might be willing ?0
estow upon me. b
W^?-lnot combine-.caortiS1 '
rWntnirae*1n the xuschargepf the
utie8 :of my present office.even at
ie sacrifice of the honor which my
.iends desire to confer upon me.
'herefore I have definitely deter
lined not to become a candidate
1 confess too that the candidacy
f Mr. Williams from my county
as in some measure influenced this
onclusion; to some extent his
riends and my own are mutual;
od the candidacy of both of us
t'ould embarrass our mutual
riends. There are numerous citi
ens of the county who. might pre
er the one or the other; and io
uch case there would be friction;
nd this friction among our friends
night disturb the political harmb
ly of the county . I have enjoyed
i large share of public confidence;
ind my fellow citizeus have mani
ested in various ways, and on nu
nerous occasions, their confidence
n me by bestowing political hon
>rs upon me, all of which I snail
?old in grateful remembrance as
ong as I shall live. I have en
leavored steadfastly throughout
ny political career to deserve all
he confidence that has been repos
;d in me. I am not willing to do
inything that will disappoint the
;xpectation8 of those who have so
mplicitly trusted me in the past.
For the present I shall content
nyself with the faithful discharge
jf the various duties which ret?t
?non me; but I do not wish it to
j? understood that I have abated
n the slightest degree my interest
n public matters, nor do I wish it
;o be understood that I have aban
ioned aspiration for further asso
ciation with the public service.
Therefore you may say that I will
lot be a candidate for Congress.
THE LADIES favor paint
ing their churches, and therefore
?ve urge every Minister to remem
ber we give a liberal quantity of
;he Longman & Martinez Paint
;oward the painting
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for
Linseed Oil (worth 60 cents)
which you do when you buy other
paints in a can with a paint label
8 & 6 niake 14, therefore when
yon want fourteen gallons of paint
buy only eight of L. & M., and
mix six gallons pure Lins?pd Oil
with it, and thus get paint at less
than $1.20 per gallon.
Many houses are well painted
with lour gallous of L. & M., and
three gallous of Linseed Oil mixed
These Celebrated Paints are sold
by The Penn Drug Store.
List of letters remaining in the
Post office at Edgefield June 18th
W. W. BarneB, C. W. Jones,
John McDonald, Ben McDonald,
.Wash Noblet*, Bob Simkins, Miss
Alice Williams. Miss Delia Wil
? These letters will be sent to the
dead letter office July 4th 1904, if
not delivered before. In calling
for the above, please say "Adver
tised," giving date of list.
W. H. BRUNEON, Postmaster.
The many friends of Capt. N.
George Evaus announce bim as a
candidate for the office of Solicitor
of the Fifth Judicial Circuit, and
pledge him to abide the result of
the Democratic primary and sup
port th6 nominee ol the party.
I announce myself as a candi
date for Solicitor of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit. I pledge myself
to an honorable ca.npaign, to abide
the result of the Democratic pri
mary and to support the nominees
GEORGE BELL TIM M EB MAN.
I hereby antouuee myself a
candidate for Solicitor of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit, and pledge my
self to abide the result, of the
_GEO. R. REMBERT.
FOR STATE SENATE.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for the State Senate
and pledge my support to the nom
inees of t.hp orimary.
P. B. MAYSON.
I hereby aunouuee myself a
candidate for the State Senate. I
will abide hy the result of the
Democratic primary and eupport
the nominees of the same.
T. GARRETT 1 ALBERT.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the State Se.iate,
and pledge myself to abide the re
sults of the Democratic primary
and to sunport the nominee? of thc
T?OS. H. RAINSFORD.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
I respectfully announcft myself
as a candidate for the Houce of
Representatives, and pledge my
self lo abide tbe result, and to sup
port the nominees ot the Demo
.B. E. NICHOLSON.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for re-election lo ihr?
House (if Representatives fi om
Edgefield County, and pl.'dgn my
*elf to abide the result ami sup pori
he uomiu^ep of 1 he Democratic
J W. I>VORR.
MASTER IN EQU'TY.
Candidate for Master, subject ti
he decisi'-n of I hi* Democratic pri
W. F. ROATH.
I hereby announce P
candidate for the office of Clerk of
curt for Edgefield County and
JMof the Democratic primary
I^respeclfuliy anuou neg _rj ???i
iB??fcpE tneprimary election sup
Drt the nominees of the same.
H. W. DOBEY.
I hereby announce myself a can
idate for're-electiou to the office
f Auditor of Edgefield County
nd pledge myself to abide the
sault of the Democratic primary
nd to support the nominees of
J. B. HALTIWANGER.
.1 hereby aunouuee nivself a can
idate for re-election as Magistrate
f the First Judicial District of
Idgefield County and pledge my
al f to abide the result of the Dem
cratic primary and to support
be nominees of the same.
N. L. BRUNSON.
FOR SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I am a candidate for re-election
0 the office of Superintendent of
education, subject to the rules of
he Democratic Primary.'
WM. A. BYRD.
I respectfully announce rayeelf
1 candidate for the office of Super
visor of Registration, aud pledge
nyself to abide the result of the
)emocratic primary and to sup
)ort the nominees of the sai.e.
I respectfully aunounce myself
i candidate for re-electiou to the
>ffice -o? Supervisor of Registra
ion, subject to the ruleB and regu
ations of the Democratic party.
J. W. R.DELAUGHTER.
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Ou and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin. Press
Jane Milk and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Furic
ind Railroad Castings, Railroad, il ll
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
sast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works
fj?T" Repa is Promptly Done
Luted Ira Works & Supl? Co
When placing your insur
ance give me neall: I rep
resenta very strong line Df
Insurance Companies; also
Agent for the New York
Insurance Co. I will apprt
preciate a share of your bus>
iness. 1 can be found at my
office--Office No. ?-r-over Bank ot
At the Felicitation of.' fried
hereby announce myenlf a cq
date for re-election to the She
Office of Edgefield Copnty
pledge myself to abide the r
of the primary, ard to siipporj
nominees of i he Democratic p
W. H.. OTJZ'il
I hereby announce myse
candidate for the office of Sh)
of Edgf field County and p
myself to abide the result of
Democratic primary, and to
port the nominees of the
R. S. ANDER?30
I hereby announce myB?
candidate for the office of Sh
of Edgefield county and; pi
myself to abide the result o
Democratic primary and;to.
port the nominees of the sam
JOHN A. B?TLEI
FOR COUNTY TREASURI
I hereby announce myei
candidate for the office of Co
Treasurer, and pledge myTre?0
abide by the result of Demoed
primary and support the ii"
neos of the same.
J. TRAPP McMA?ti
I hereby present myself, tq
voters of Edgefield county ^
office of County TreasiSat(
pledge myself to abide byf *
suit of primary election, ,a
support ali nominees of the
cralic party. -~
J. THOMAS PAT/rTf?
J respectfully announce rn]
H candidate for the office., of'Cl
ty Treasurer and solicit the^
port of the people, pledging P~
sell lo abide the result of the P"
mary and to support ina nosyb'
of the saim . ri
R. E. MORGA^P
1 In reby announce myself a
didate lor I he office of Cou
Treasurer and respectfully : soi11
Ihn ?tlppOll ol' I ?ie p. opie, pleljl ty
mvseli io abide tm renuiiVo?:^
Democratic pr'mary and t , . K1??
pori the tioiitiufuf !hestth?ipf
W. ELLERY SHEPPAWi
I liere'iy li j.nollliCe^Jin^^
candidate for the tJXSBBi Wi
urey E ( ! ire UriljmffH^Oyffi !
\r???&ttSB?L &P*]C('- ?f Trhs
Am WfiWP"*^'1 County. Un
?f";LL ?J^'U? to ?bide i he mm
"I Hie pnmary election and -?il
support ?jj iioniineen of ibeDaL
eratic p-Tty. If
_H- W. JACKS(
FOR COUNTY COMMISSJQJ
I hereby announce my*
candidate for . re-ejectibn^
>mce of Conntv Co^r^csi;
.'-Si ? " ' -WK
. Thereby'announce my cari
;y for the <. ffice of Couuty COB
jinner and pledge myself lo J
the result of the primaryt
;ion and to support all the
jees of the Democratic part
J. R. BLOC?
I respectfully announce]
nm a candidate for the
Coroner of Edgefield coi
nledg? myself to abide bj
ault of the Democratic
and to support the nomiu]
I respectfully annoui
a candidate for re-eleci
office of Supervisor oj
County and pledgo myi
the result of the Dei
I hereby anuounfce mygeli
candidate for the office of ISupfi
visor of Edgefield counf^af
pledge myself to abide the|rjs|t:
of the Democratic primary ;and|q
3uppcrt the nominees of the^aie?
J. H. R^fjLg
STATE OF SOUTH CARofe^.
COUNTY OF EDGEFIE: ; .
. * . * .
Court of Common Pl?a^ i
Mrs Lucretia Whittaker, Mrs^u*
Gray, T J Gray and IJutlerjv&n;
Plaintiffs W?? ra
against ||??| J
FI P Lowe, Minnie Grny, Idcn'?^Gr?,"
Annie Gray, Arihur G Lq#e a
Kosa E Lowe, Defendants^: '
Summons for Relief^.
TO- THE DEFENDANTS^)
YOU ABE HEREBY aUMMQNl
and required to answer the compilai
in this action, of which a copy.is-bei
with served upon you, and to^serv?
copy of your answer to the sa"id,co
olainton the suhscribersat th'?jl&oi?
?t Edgelielii, C. H., t?. C., within;twen
days after the service hereof, eiclusi
ol' the day of such service; audjif y??
fail to answer the complaint; with:
the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs !
this action will apply ro the ?o/u?t fj
tl e relier deinauded in the complain
Dated May 11th 1904.
t? M t? M ITH, - - ,
E il KOLK, Plaintiffs' A^crjnev
To the non-resident Defendan^?lii
nie Gray, above named :
Take notice that the summons
which the above is a copy, t?getln
with the original complaint.'Iterei
was this day tiled in the office^ tl
Giern of thc Court or Common.-Pie;
fur the cuurity ol' Edgeiield, State
S M SM ITU,
E tl FOLK, Plaintiffs'
May 2Cth 19(4
Attest W ll COGliURN", ??ifx?C]
Clerk Court C P BU S C
Handsome Black ami Color?
"Voilleb" Cream and White Etl
mine just in at COBB'S.
Summons for Belief.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ?DGEFIELO.
Court of Common Pleas.
he Scottish American Mortgage
Company, Limited, Plaintiff,
norien G. Meriwether, as executor of
the last will and testament of Mrs.
Martha R Meriwether, deceased,
and in his own right; JG Meri
werher. W S griffin, Irene Criffin,
' Clifford (griffin, and ?Sarah Griffin,
P Q Middleton, F L Middleton,
Tommie Middleton, Mary Middle
ton, John liddleton, .^fattie
,/Jfiddleton, Frank Jfiddleton,
Pattie, M ?ddleton, Margaret "flfid.
ditton, Robert liddleton, Ailie
,/1/iddieion, and an infant child of
P Q liddleton and F L ^fiddle
tun, about two years of age, which
has not been named, Defendants.
Summons for Relief. .
(Complaint not served.)
To the defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and "re
quired to answer the complaint in this
iction which has been filed in the office
if. the Clerk of Court of Edgefield
County, C> and to serve a copjf of
your answer to said complaint on the
subscriber at his office at Edgefield,
S. C-, within twenty day9 after the
service of the summons on you, ex
cludive of the day of service; and if
you fail to answer the complaint with
in time aforesaid, Che pla'ntiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
B E NICHOLSON,
Plaintiff j Attorney,
^fay 24th, 1004
To Irene Crifhn, Clifford Criffin,
?arah Criilln, John J/iddleton, ^fat
tie' jfcfiddleton, and Frank jjfiddleton,
Infant Defendants over the age of
fourteen year?, and P C^O'ddlecon, as
father of fattie jjfiddleton, JJ/argaret
jjfidd.elon, Robert ^liddleton, Allie
liddleton, and infant child of
P C liddleton and ,P L liddleton,
about two years of age, which has not
been named, iufant defendants under
foi rteen year* of age: You will take
notice, that if yon fail to have a
guaidian ad litem appointed to repre
sent your interests and the interests
of the infant defendants under the age
of fourteen years, above named, in this
action within twenty dhys from the
date of sen ice of cop^ of the summons
upon you, that then the plaitiff will
make application for the appointment,
of such guardian ad litem in the man
ner prescribed by law.
B E NICHOLSON,
Jlfay 24tb, 1904.
To W S griffin, Irene Griffin, Clif
ford Criffln, and tfnrah griffin, non
resident defendants :
You will take notice that th? com
plaint with the summons in this
action of which the foregoing is
a copy, was filed in the office
of the Clerk of Court of Edgefield
County, ?fauth Carolina, on the 24th
day of jr/ey, iS04.
B E NICHOLSON,
jlfay 24th, 1904.
Attest W B COGBURN, fSieiLj
Get our, prices on white and col
ored Muslins, Laces aud Embroid
eries before you buy. We can nays
you money. C. E. MAY.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
E i rance examinations-will be held
at theOounty Court House on Friday
July 8, at 9 a. m. One scholarship
giving free tuition is assigned to each
county of South Carolina. Board and
furnished room in the Domitsry, $10
a month. All candidates for admis
sion are permitred to compete for
vacant F.. yee Scholarship* which pay
$100 a year. For further infoimitton
and catalogue, address
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it cleanses thc blood of poisonous lactic and uric
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AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
OCVQ siassaA unissnn' ^^^^I^???^S,
ror GO Days
A WE will sell you cheap for CASH or on easy terms
* three new Ko. 9 Wheeler & Wilson Drop Head
?) Ball Bearing Sewing Machines, also three good se
cond hand machines.
Let us sell you a Cooking Stove. Our prices
are reasonrble for cash or on easy terms.
JONES & SON.
TnHt Mfrocl J&MrJU,
?SUTHERW COTTON OIL AAVANITiW ?A.
IT'S A CINCH
B Jsh?fcf,?Vng Sli?t ?S a" n'Sht ?f * COmeS fT
I When Si v "I a partof' our stockin
I stocks of y 1 that we have one of the
MEN'S AND BOYS'
0 | ever seen in Augusta we mean inst WK" ?
I ?nd we prove-our every a^eVr.W o0?t we ?
1 m meet who looksll Sf ? ^ T 1
t label in his coat mri it ? examine the 5
The Corner Store s
BLAC?K GOODS SALE
OF THIS WEEK.
WE willi offer the buyer unusual,
ly good values in Block Gr ds of
?No Goods Charged at the Special Price
v PROPRIETOR. \
Arc wy long suit. I make ?ny kind except the bad ones. I tar
nish a nam* stamp and an Indelible pad fur making linen for DO
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TYPEWRITERS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, Etc.,
1334 Main Street, - - Columbia, S. C.
The Mutual Benefit Life
<(Tlie ;Leafling Annnai Dm?en? Company"
Insurance January' 1, 1904, 1333 674 876
Assets " * " M 87 453 407
Dividends Aro Paid You Annually.
When you ?re insured you are iusured. There are No restric
tion*, from date of Policy, ae to occupation, war service, residence,
travel, intemperance or violation of law.
IgflTCash values, Paid up Insurance and Automatic Extended
Insurance in casefon drop your insurance after two payments, arid
not three pay rn* tito, as many companies require. g
?r-miwns perf 1000 | Ordinary Lift? 120 Pay Life |25 Year Endowment
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* 25 20 14 30 12 37 00
? 30 22 85 32 87 28 29
? 35 26 35 36 22 39 97
? 40 30 94 40 38 33 38
? 45 - -37 08 45 73 45 42
We write ages 14 to 70.
? ?. J. NORRIS, AGENT.
Agent also for a number of Leading Fire Insurance
_ Pl . -
I find thai: I am compelled to reduce MY STOCK
Tam obligeg to raise the cash/ This is my misfor
tune yojir gain, y
rxT ^"-"^^B^??P^s have been CUT HALF
IN TWO and everything in our store has been
marked way down REGARDLESS OF COST. If
low prices will move them the goods will not' re
main long in my store.
ni i PUr Tr?mendous Stock of Men's, Boy's and
Children s Clothing is going at such low prices as to
make you wonder.
Have you seen our SHOES? We have thj?
cheapest and best goods in town. You can't afford
to miss this sale.
COME TO SEE US AT ONCE.
THE RUSH IS ON.
Advertiser Building, Edgefield, S. C.
?T M. COBB'S
?Slimmer Styles in full*
I BLOOM. i
$ LOVELY HIGH ART IN LADIES AND*
t .* MISSES-SLIPPERS. J
t "ELK BRAND" HATS Excelent Value. \
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NEW SUMMER GOODS ROLLING IN
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WE are showing the largest stock of
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WE .buy only the best, of the lines we handle,
from the j?rgest manufacturers in the country.
WE^call especial attention to our large stock of
j the newest shapes and colors in Hats.
[B8*Let us show you.
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