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rHOS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
v - , THURSDAY, JUNE 29,1893.
Senator Stanford, of California,
died a few days ago, of paralysis
of the heart. He left a fortune of
. $35,000,000. . '
The famous "Blarney Stone,"
which for centuries occupied a
place in the walls of the historic
Blarney castle, in Ireland, has ar
rived at the World's Fair.
An explosion of dynamite in
Madrid last week resulted in the
death of two of the Spanish no
bility, and the injury of many
other persons. Anarchists are at j
the bottom of it, and great excite
Lizzie Borden, of Fall River,
Mass,, whose trial for the murder
of her father and stepmother has
. excited such wide-spread interest,
has been declared innocent by the
jury, and the mystery of the
I double murder in broad daylight
The British battle ships Vic
toria and Camperdown collided in
the Mediterranean sea on Friday.
The Victoria sank' in fifteen;
fathoms of water. Over four hun
dred lives were lost, including Ad
miral Sir George Tryon, who was?
in charge of the squadron.
Kansas and Missouri were visited j
by a fearful cyclone last week, in
which there was great loss ot life j
and destruction of property. In
Georgia, also, there was a wind- [
storm }f unusual severity, which
damaged crops, buildings, otc, and
gave the people a big scare.
Lieut. T. Q. Donaldson, of the
U. S. A., who has been filling the
chair of Military jScience and Tac- j
tics in. the P. M. I., has been trans
ferred by the War Department to j
fill the same position in the Clem
son College. His successor at the
P. M. I. will be named later on.
Lieut. Gov. Daniels, of Kansai?,
has a daisy plan of raising rev
enue. He proposes to tax all es
tates over $1,000,0001 per cent., all
over $2,000,000 2 per cent., and so |
on, increasing 1 per cent with
million. This he says, will raise
$2,000l000,000 revenue. All estates
under $1,000,000 he exempts.
The Greenville News of last Sun
day says; "Col. R^W. Simpson,
':.practically tested the ' cooking ar
rangements ai Clemson College
yesterday, giving an elaborate din
ner to about 200 people ; 100 con
victs were pressed into service as
guests and about 100 other persons
who had been invited consented to
represent hungry students. Every
body was delighted with the results.
The cooking was faultless and the i
supplies were abundant and de
lightful and the general verdict l
was that the future students will
be very fortunate young men. The ?
convicts are .particularly anxious |
to be experimented on again."
AN ALARMING OUTLOOK.
The money stringency continues.
Nine national banks have failed
within the past few days, and the
advices from New York, according
to the associated press dispatches,
are, that "twenty or more national
banks are expected to close their
doors within the next twenty days,
and every indication points to an
aggregate of failuros during the
bank year, which will end Oct 1st,
equal to the total number of fail
ures among national banks for the
past fifteen years."
PRESIDENT OF CLEMSON.
Prof. E. B. Craighead, of Wof
ford College, has been elected
president of Clemson. The Co
lumbia State says of him :
The new president is said to be
exceeding by Jbright, possessing a |
good executive mind as well as
ability as an instructor. He was I
born upon a farm in Missouri. He
dgreat ambition, and being a hard I
student, fought the educational
battle in the academio schools of I
his native State and in Kentucky.
Then he went for three years to j
Emory College in Virginia, where |
. he graduated. After some teach
ing in the public schools he be
came a professor in Vanderbilt
University in Tennessee. Shortly
afterw?rds he went to Europe and
remained three years studying in
tue University of Paris and at
Leipsic. Upon his return to this
country he -went to Vanderbilt
University, and was still there
when elected in 1890 to the chairs
of Greek and German in Wofford
College. Here he has been very
successful. He is now in the prime
of manhood^ being only thirty-four
years of age.
All the young women in the
country would do well to heed the
words which good Bishop Foster
once addressed to a class of girls
graduating from college. He said :
"Learn y ou r obi i gat i on s t o t h e past,
be careful of the presents and pre
pare yourself for the great future
before you. The reign of brain
has come. Though you ma;
be found in the battle-field
the ballot box, you can buil
the future by building up the
You live in' a particularly exi
time^wneh you have placed i
position to you one of the grt
of vices, and you women w?
quer, if all thosu of your se:
ate. real women will combine,
ware of coxcombs and liber
They are fools whether they
it or not. By * your conduc
wards them send them from
presence. Reserve your h
and love for men.- Be hot wi
known as a fashionable wo
There is nothing so foolish as
a woman-and none but fool
CENSUS OF 1890.
We are just in receipt oi
census of 1890, from which w
some figures that may be of ii
est. The total population of E
field county, white and col?
was in 1890, 49,259, against 41
Of this 24,919 are males
24,292 females, 37 males an(
females being foreign born. T
are 17,301 native whites and 31
negroes in the county.
By townships the populatio
as follows: Blocker, 1,252; .
man, 3,009; Colliers, 2,062;
lins, 1,349; Cooper, 2,700; ?
manville, 2,054 ; Gray, %l
?regg, 76; Hibler, 2,027? Hi
2,215; Meriwether, 3,074; Mob
3,446; Moss, 1,353; Norris, 2,i
Pickens, 3,944; Pine Grove, 2,?
Ryan, 1,321; Shaw, 1,883; Tall
1,401; Ward, "2,876; Washing
1,997; Wise, 3,026.
The population of Edgef
county at the first census, takei
1790, five years after the cou
was laid off, was 13,289; in 1
it was 18,130 ; in 1810,23,160
1820, 25,119; in 1830, 30,500;
in 1849, 32,852; in 1850, 39,2
in 1860, 39,887; in 1870, 42?
The Dangerous Nutmeg:.
Albany Express : Cases are
infrequently reported in wh
children, and something gro
persons, are poisioned by the f
use of nutmegs, it not bei
generally known that this arti
of common household use is rea
a deadly poison. Thss is true,
fact, of most common codimen
But when misused, these articl
such as pepper, capsicum, &c, i
so obnoxious to the taste excepti
when taken in very mint
quantities* that the consumer
warned in a very positive manr
before he has had an opportuni
himself serious injury. This
not the case, however, with t
nutmeg. This nut, which contai
a poisonous principle of a ve
deadly charater, may be consum<
without inconvenience in quam
ties sufficient to produce fat
consequences ; and it is surprisii
not that death occasionally occu
from its use, but that deaths a
not more frequent. A fatal cai
has been lecently reported i
which a boy of eight years fell inl
a comatose condition after eatin
two nutmegs and died wi?hi
iwelve hours. ?
WASHINGTON, June 2?.-Th
following is .furnished to th
United Press by the chief of th
weather bureau from the observe
at New Orleans. Latest report
say the Rescue crevasse is. fiv
hnndred feet wide and widenin,
rapidly. About twenty large plan
tation, and some smaller place
aggreating some twenty-five t
thirty miles along the river an?
fifteen miles deep, will be mon
or less under water, entailing i
loss of about one million dol?an
to crops in Iberville, Ascension
St John's parishes. The overflow
will cross the country to Bayot
Fountain and Manchac, ultimately
reaching Lakes Manrepas ano1
Pontachatrain. The m aximurr
stage has doubtless been reached,
Local reports indicate stationary
or falling river, due to the
Col. Mike Brown's Truck Farm.
While in Barnwell on Monday
Col. Mike Brown Bhowed us a
small portion of his truck farm.
If others would follow the Colonel's
example and plant less cotton the
county would be better off. He
ha i 35 acres in tobacco which is
about knee high and looking well.
He al so has about 50 acres of
tomatoes which will be canned up
at the Barnwell Cannery this
summer. He informed us that
they sold $1,000 worth of canued
goods last year in Baltimore, St.
Louis, and other Northern and
Col. Brown also has ten acres in
asparagus which is looking very
fine?. Hr- also has five acres in
Irish potatoes, two acres in sugar
cane, and three acres in sweet
We were told by the Colonel
that, ten acres of his tobacco was
the cigar leaf quality and had
never been tried before in the
NEW YOQK? June 26-At Fort
Worth, Kansas, at 9 3U oclock this
morning the entire east front well
of the Tremont Hotel fell. Over
100 people were' in the house, and
it is feared that many are killed
LONDON June 16-The body of
a woman was found this morning
with her throat cut with a
Rotherhite knife, which was used
from left to right, like the white
chapel murderes. It is believed
that Jack the Rippei is again at
Impure bl tod is the cause of
innumerable maladies. Hence,
one of the greatest benefactions to
humanity was the discovery of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which more
than any other medicine, has
saved America from becoming a
nation of invalids.
The man who inspires Del
monico's waiters with the most
awe is said to be Calvin S. Brice,
because it is his practice always
to carry three or four $1,000 bills
in his pocket, which he tosses
about when he is looking for
twenty five cents for his waiter.
INDIANPOLIS, Iud., June 26
Evan Hensley, a farmer, driving
through the streets ou a load of
bay, suddenly found himself
surrounded by fire. He leaped
from the wagon to unhitch his
horses before the blaze scorched
them The hay had been fired by
a trolly wire, and the load and
wagon burned on the street before
the fire department arrived.
A Missouri editor says he has
a subscriber who gets drunk every
little while and invariably insists
on paying a year's subscriptions..
He now hap his paper paid in
advance up to 1626. We wish the
editors of that paper woulk find
out what brand of whiskey the
follow drinks and send us a few
gallons ; we will pay him a good
price for it,.and if if paoves to be
what he says, will take a barrel
Montgomors Evening News.
Dr. Galippe reports to the
French Academy of Sciences, after
eight year's investigation, that all
stones such as gravel, found in
the human body are produced by
microbes. Microbes are the
authors of that chemical decompo
sition which results in calcareous
deposits. Healthy organs may
contain these parasites, for so long
as the humors of the body are in
a normal state they produce no
bad effects. When the system be
comes diseased the microbes
produce the deposits which de
velop into gravel or stone. From
human saliva Dr. Galippe has
produced stone mechanically.
When one has a personal
grievance, it is very natural that
he should bear a little malise
against the one who has injured
him. But it is hard to understand
whp one should go around hating
people and showering abuse on
them just because they entertain
different opinions. The man who
is intolerant and who abses honest
truthful, upright men, for
difference of opinion, is closely
related to the aseassin, or high
way robber. Show me the man
whose words are always bitter
when talking behind one's back,
but smooth and respectful when
face to face, with the one he
berates and reviles, and I will
Bhow you a hypocrit and slanderer
of the basest sort. Ex.
BEAUFORT, June 26-While Mrs.
Leonard Phinizy of Augusta and
her little son were bathing in the
river directly in front of the Sea
Island Hotel, off Beaufort, Satur
day, they got beyond their depth
and would have been drowned, for
they had gone under the second
time, had not Miss Mamie Bacot,
a girl of 16 daughter, of G. Cutbert
Bacot, gone to their rescue. Mamie
had just commenced disrobing for
a bath when she heard Mrs.
Phinizy gasping for breath, With
out waiting for anything she
sprang into the river with her
clothes on and came very near
going under too, for her dress skirt,
which she had previouly un
fastened, became entangled around
her feet and it was only by a
desperate effort that she got rid of
it and swam out and rescued Mrs.
Phinizy and her child.
It was a noble act and Beaufort
is very proud of Misr Mamie.
They all Testify
I ^^*ftJ^Mr*We' old-time limpio
IN i ll \iyireiuedyfrora tho Georgia
If j In WU swamp? and fields hos
1^1 I U?Sfl mno forth to th0 Mitlyodcs,
\ lavfJgcr'B astonishlngtho skeptical and
j' BHWB Jl confounding tho theories of
.lyW^la^Wthosowho depend solely on tho
fejgflP W physlclan'flBkUL Thero U no blood
***** taint which itdoesnot immediate! j
eradicate. Poisons outwardly absorbed or the
result of rile diseases from within all yield to this
potent but simple remedy. It is an unequaled
tonio, balkis np the old and feeble, cores all diseases
azi Ung from. Impure blood or weakened vitality.
Send for a treatise. Examine the proof.
Books on - Hlood and Ekln DUea*e3 '* mallud frea.
J>ruggiMt? Boll lt.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.j
Drawer a. Atlanta? Qa,
The Witness Who Did Not See
beni le t ue Bullet in the
Skill in examination is, perha ps
one of the most important qualifi
cations of the attorney and in con
sidering the big retainers of the
present day the mind runs back
to au Ohio county court several
I years ago, says the Cleveland
Plain Dealer. The case was
murder, case and the cross-roads
lawyer was retained for his re
puted skill in criminal cases. On
exmination he went at the
witnesss after this manner:
Now (ahem:) Mr, Tompkins,
you say that you saw the de
fendant kill the man?"
"Yes-well-how did you know
it was the defendant?"
"Because I saw him."
"But, sir, how did you know it
'TPve known him for thirty
"Known him all that time?"
"You state it under oath?"
"How did he kill him?"
"He shot him with a revolver."
"How do you know?"
"I saw him."
"Did you see the revolver?"
Did you see it.revolve?"
"Aha! How do you know it was
"It lojked like 0110."
"Um-hura ! Did you see him
pull the triger?'"'
"No of course not"
Ah ! Then you admit he didn't
pull the trigger?"
"I saw the blaze and the smoke.'
"Did you see any bullet in the
blaz ! and smoke? Would the
blaze and smoke have caused
Of course not."
"Then what dancer was there in
"The bullet was fouud in the
' Did you see any bulle strike
"Of course not."
The attorney solemnly arose and
addressed the court. If your
honor pleases, we would like to
introduce testimony in impeach
ment. Here is a man who swears
he saw one man kill another with
a revolver, yet he neither saw the
bullet leave the revolver nor striae f
victim He did't even 'nee the man
pull the triger."
Are you addressing the court?"
asked the judge?
"Why, certaiuly, if your honor!
.'How do you know?"
Why, your honor certainly hears
"Yes, but you neither see your]
words leave 3'our mouth nor stirko
the court's ears,
The attorney sat down.~Ex.
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MARY J. HOLMES.
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Ruby's Husband. At Last.
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Edgefield, S. C.
ty P. M. July 10th
jinnah 5 P. M. July
ou one Avhole day in
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llb SALE BIT:
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j . Pleasant Lane*
j - Johnston,
j - . Trenton?
ond& Co,, Edgefield.
etnrn-Ronnfl Trip Only 35cls,
Beel, Fori, Sausage, Mutton,
Always on hand at my market,
next to Mr. D. T. Grice's Livery
Patronage of the public solicited.
Fair ?md square dealing in my
W. A. LIVINGSTON.
Padgett Pays the Freight !
A Ittriri* illustrated Cn ta I oem* shov
ing hundred)) .?f designs of Furniture.
Stoves and Baby Carriages will be
untiled free. If you mention thia
paper. I will sell you FOKWITCTBK,
etc, Just us cheap a? you can buy
them tu l?rice citlea, and pay the
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Here arc n fnw wimples:
A No. 7 (lat lop Coo lt i UK Stove with
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A larne linc of Stove? in propor
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A nice Parlor suit, upholstered In
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2o yds. of yd.-wide Carpet for |7 SO.
1 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains,
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
J. D. ALLEN, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHEREAS, Jno. fi. Hill, Clerk of
Court, hath made suit to me, to
grant him Letters of Administration
of the estate and effects of Elizabeth
THESE ABE, THEBEFOBE, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Elizabeth
Walker, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be beld at Edgefield C. H., on
the 17th July next, after publication
hereof, at ll o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this,
the 5th day of June, A. D. - }
1893. Published on the 8th L. s. ?
day of June 1893, in the(->
J. D. ALLEN, J. P. E. P.
The undersigned is prepared
to do all kinds of furniture
Tables, Settees, Etc.
Work done at my house.
Patronage of the public so
W. R. COVAR,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
UL S monk
All kinds of Pictures, Large and
Small, made at reasonable prices. This
is the best season for Childrens'
Final Settlement and Dis
NOTICE is hereby given, that appli
cation will'be made to the Probate
Judge of Edgefield County on Monday
the 17th July prox., for a final dis
charge of of Mrs. F. P. Hammond as
Executrix of the estate of O. T. Cul
breth dece'd, and that a final settle
ment of said estate will be made on
j. w. DEVORE,
Attorney for Executrix,
June 13th 1893.
Berkshire and Essex.
I Have i pairs above breed pigs for
sale, about 2 months old. Price $4.00 a
pair or $2.00 each.
A. J SULLIVAN.
Edgeiield, S. i\
Pigs for Sale.
AFEW pigs for sale--$1.25 each.
Edgcrleld, S, C.
IHAVE five pairs of Essex pigs that
I will sell for $5 per pair,
G, \V. CROUCH,
Trenton, S. C.
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velous light is purer and brighter than gas light,
softer than electric light and more cheerful than either.
Look for thia stamp-THB ROCHESTER. If thc lamp dealer has n't the genuin?
Rochester, and the style yon want, send to us for our new illustrated catalogue,
land we will send yon a lamp safely by express-your choice of over 2,000
J varieties from thc Largttt Lamp Store in Vu World.
no CUESTA; ii LA3SP co., 42 Paris Place, New York City.
^ "The Rochester."
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD.
/. C. LEVY & CO.,
AUGUST A. . GEORGIA,.
Have now in store their entire
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF 'CLOTHING.
The largest stock ever shown in Augusta. We aim to carry goods which are
cot only intrinsically good, but which also, in pattern, style, and finish,
gratify a cultivated and discriminating taste; and at the same time, we aim to
make our prices so low the closest buyers will be our steadiest customers
Polite attention to all. A call will be appreciated.
I. C. LEVY & CO.,
TAILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA.
G. B. COURTNEY,
Eouffh or Dressed.
- MANUFACUTRER OF -
MOULDINGS, of all Kinds
FURNITURE, of all kinds.
HST J^ZJZJ ITS JBttJ?2<T OHES.
Upholstering ano" Repaving
All Work Guaranteed.
G-iv? Me ?t Trial.
GK B. C OURTNEY,
Corner Trenton and Columbia Streets.
EDO-EFIELD, C. H., - S. Q