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Etteef ield Advertise!
Tl'OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITO!
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16,1897.
President Craighead and Profe
Tompkins and Wright have re
signed their positions in Clemsoi
College. What can the matter be
The deficit in the finances of th
State will be "on" about July 1st
There will be money enough, how
ever, t > pay the interest on th<
Owing to the long continu?e
floods, a good cotton crop in Mis
siesippi may now be regarded ai
un impossibility, so say cottoi
John H. Earle son of the late
Senator Earle, has b"?en appointed
assistant at arms of tho United
Stats senate. This appointment it
due largely to Senator McLaurin.
Mr. Earle was his father's private
John Gary Evans was ia Wash
ington last Saturday and had a
long interview with Tillman. He
has determined to enter the race
for the United States Senate as
soon a's he gets home. What prom
ises he received from Senator Till
man are not known.
There may be a good deal of vi
tality in the dispensary law yet.
Sinionton's decision simply lets in
competition, that is all. Now
whether that competition will be
so sharp as to drive the State out
of the liquor business or not re
nnins to be seen.
It is announced that Presi
dent McKinley has secured a
Bishop of the African Methodiet
Episcopal Church to inspect and
pass on the applications of all the
negro applicants for office. A com
bination of civil service and reli
gious examination will make it
rather hard for the colored brother
to reach the coveted jobs.
President McKinley, while alto
gether moderate in his use of
st .roulants-is not and never has
been a teetotaler.Liquors have been
included in most of his entertain
ments whenever, in his judgment,
common sense, etiquette and pro
priety required it. but do they
In portions of Abbeville cpunty
la'fi" week there "was a~h??T storm
so destructive as to ruin every
thing in it J path. "Pigs, poultry
aud other small animals were kill
ed outright. Corn and cotton were
destroyed and renters have given
up their lands, as they believe it
will be useless to try to make even
rent off of what they can xfa/&
now, Particles of hail ?ofl?d be
in tho surr^^Hnng woods
j^jy^^torm," so says
A Saluda paper claims that
Tillman gave our people a direct
primary. This is an error : In the
Butler-Tillman contest Butler
pieaded for a direct vote of the
people from every platform in our
state, but Tillman was as dumb as
t. canned oyster. The Headlight
editor claims a snare of the praises
for our direct primaries as can be
proven by the members of the plat
form committee at the convention
that met in Columbia the year after
Tillman's election to the senate.
These are cold facts and can be
N. Y. World prints the statistics
of lynching m the United States
since January 1, 1896. It shows
that there were 141 persons lynched
Of there lynchings 131 occurred
in the South and 10 in the north,
86 were negroes and 55 whites. The
World's list for 1897 shows that
there have been 47 persons lynched
so far this year.
AN "ORIGINAL PACKAGE.
Chief Bahr, of Charleston, spent
Monday in Columbia, says the
Slate. H.) went up to hold a further
consultation with the Stat?
authorities &bout the construction
to be placed cn the term "original
package.", As has been stated this
is a disputed question and only a
judicial decision can positively
determine the question. Chief
Bahr says in the meantime he
would seize all liquors when a
persor attempted to open a box
and sell from it one or more bottler
of its contents, provided those
bottles did not have upon them
separate government stamps. In
tbat case they will not be molested
According to the understanding
now prevailing any number of
bottles may be sold individually
so long as they have separate
stamps upon them.
Chief Bahr states that already
he has seized and damped a con
siderable amount of beer in
Charleston the parties attempting
to sell it by the drink from kegs. I
TULE COTTON CROP.
Lathan, Alexander & Co., th(
great cotton experts of New York
after hearing from their correa
pondente in all the cotton growing
States, sum up as follows :
"The average condition of th<
crop in Virginia 87,'North Caro
lina 84, South Carolina 87, Geor
gia 84, Florida 90, Alabama 81
Mississippi 76, Louisiana 84
Texas 87, Arkansas 83, Tennessee
77, Missouri 90, Indi&n Territory
85, Oklahoma 72 ; general average
83.5, against 97.2, the June condi
tio of last year."
. These reports show that while
the condition of the crop is nearly
14 per cent, off from' last year the
acreage has been increased from
22,341,000 acres in 1896 to 23,320,
000 acres in 1897, nearly one mil
lion acres altogether.
The failuro of the dispensary to
pay into state treasury the $92,000
for current expenses promised at
the last session of the legislature
will necessitate very soon the bor
rowing of at lest $100,000 by State
Relying upon the assurances of
the dispensary board of control,
the general assembly passed the
supply bill on the basis of $92,000
of dispensary profits at the rafe of
$10,000 a month coming to swell
the treasury fund. Up to the present
ho'.. : -er, nothing from this source
has been received. Mr. Timm>rman
to-day said in a monih'e time he
will have to borrow money for the
running expenses of the state. For
this leceesary loan he has
assurances that it may be secured
at 5 per cent.
The treasurer's plan to borrow
only what is necessary for state
expenses to November 1st, when
the taxes then collected will be
available. The real deficiency,
however, is much greater than
$100,000 and equals the govern
ment's expenditures from July to
January, altnough it does rut ap
pear so because of using tho taxes
for 1898. In view of this default io
its prom.sf s it is probable the
comptroller general will proceed
to levy the constitution 3 mill
school lax, which was not to be
issued, if the dispensary supplied
the funds promised. The enormous
profits figured on paper fail signal
ly to materialize.
Since Judge Simonton rendered
bis decision in the IjirK-us Vander
srjolr CasiVthe question of supreme
import has been,What are "original
packages?". The preiss of the State
ias been daily discussing it, but
it?l no satisfactory-solution has
ret Been reachedr ''
The Greenville News says that
Utorney General Barber went
Iowa to Charleston the other day
?ra asked Judge Simonton for his
lonstruction of the phrase, to
vhich tha judge politely replied
hat he was not then delivering
pinions. The result of this
nterview, or that there had been
ny interview at all, between these
fficials had not been published,
nd it was by mere accident that
News man was told of its results,
t was published, however, that
ie attorney general did not get
ie Batisaction he sought in
Mr. J. Kennedy Bryan, the
ballest?n lawyer who won the
andercook victory, has been in
Tviewed but fruitlessly. He was
?oted as valuing his opinon on
ie matter at "much more than a
ousand dollars." Mr. Bryan's
?inion is naturally of value.
In a letter to a client in Green
lie. who ja a reporter for the News
ambled over the other day, Mr,
ryan gives his opinion as to
e meaning of "original package,"
>ldinS that it is put up at the
ctory, and not as it is shipped
i other words, any quantity of
.tiles, from half-pints up, may
i shipped in one box aud after
ird retailed in this State by the
>ttle. He further claims, this
ient says, that a foreign whiskey
use may stock a warehouse with
?iskey here and sell, in original
ckages, through its agent by
lers. That is, the customer places
? order.with the agent, who cam
micates with the company, who
turn orders to be filled. And this
ide of sale, it is said, does away
th all license but the United
Several prominent lawyers who
re consulted upon Mr. Bryan's
istruction of "original package"
?ted with him, although it is
d no case has been before the
preme Court to test the issue.
Why take Johnson's
.hill & Fever Tonic?
because it cures the
jost stubborn ?ase
tFever in ONEDAY.
he cigar industry at Tampa,
" aud its suburbs has reached
li dimensions that average
kly pay rolls now amount to
000. It is reported tha^ nineteen
ories turn out on average 3,600,
he people demand a direct
iary to name the successor to
Earle. South Carolina is the
State in our Union where this
t is accorded to the voters, aud
ust not be taken from them,
ASK ANOTHER INQUIRY.
Reformers of Laurens Want
The following has been directed
to Gov. Ell?rbe by petitioner
from Laurens County:
To His Excellency Gov. W. H
Many of the newspapers of the
State are charging Senator Tillman
with receiving Dispensary rebates,
and Serator Tillman having in
nis recent letter made a formal
demand upsn your Excellency
for an "immediate" investigation,
now, we, as Reformers, call upon
you to order an immediate inves
tigation. If after a fair and im
partial trial Mr. Tillman is found
guilty let him bear the odium and
shame that willjnecessarily follow.
If on the other hand he is adjudged
not guilty let the same newspapers
who hive made the changes do
Senator Tillman justice by correct
ing their charges, aud "prolaiming
him an innocent man, severely
proacuted. This we belove the
press throughout the State will do.
Geo. S. McCravy, Sheriff; 0. G.
Thompson, Judge of Probate;
MeBsor Bobo, Treasurer; M. H.
Ferguson, Coroner; J. D. M. Shaw,
W. T. Crews, J. P. Elledgo, J. S.
Drummond, J. A. Austin, S. H.
Johusc u, M. E. Johnson, J. W.
Smith, 0 Cunningham, J. M.
Forrester, Jno. R. Finley, Auditor;
Jno M. Hodgers, Magistrate ; James
Downey, Supervisor; L. T. H.
Daniel, Superintendent of Ed
ucation ; C. W. McCravy. L. A.
Henderson, E. P. NcCmvy W.
C. Coleman, J. S. Owiugs, J. A.
Madden, T. S. Teague, A. W. Sims,
T. A. Samuel.
Gov. Ellerbe has heretofore noticed
calls for investigations, but he has
stated quite recently that he did
not see how such an investigation
would amount to anything, as it
w ald be utterly impossible for the
commitee of investigation to get
the whiskey drumer? or dealers
here unless they would come of
their own accord. However much
great respect he has for the o ??in ion
of Buch good Ra formers, as the pe
titioners, it it not likely that any
investigation will be ordered.
Extensive Preparations Made
For Their Reception.
Secretary L. W. Dick,of Aiken
bas gotten cut. programme for tho
twenty-sixth annual meeting of the
Teachers' Association to be held
it Hotel Altamont, Pars Mountain
Tune 3C-July 4, 1897.
Hon. W. D. Mayiield, state super
ntendeut of education, is
icheduled to deliver an address
Fuly lst, on "Effects of Recent.
ion in South Carolina."
Dr. Pell, president of the Presby
erian College for Women, will
?reach the sermon to the associa
ion Sunday, July 4th, and Miss
fernie Macfeat, of Columbia, will
eliver a lecture on "Child
There will be a concert every
vening hy an excellent band.
Reduced railroad rates have been
?cured. The hotel rates are lowered
>r the occasion and everything
ill be done to make this meeting
te most enjoyable of all the
eas iat ones the association has
According to the M?decine
oderne, aFrench missionary in
lina witnessed recently how two
his terriers were bitten by a
bid dog, and was very mach
>rrie about it. Several Chinese
io happened to be there told him
at bis worry was absolutely
cal'ed for, since they had an un
ubtedly safe preventive again et
B poison of a rabid dog t&k
; effect, and to prove the assertion
e Chinamen who had been bitten
March of last year by a mad
g were presented to the mis
nary. He found that Chinamen
; of the raw liver of the mad
; after being bitten, and if they
rtake of this within a given time
er the accident, it is said they
I not be subject to hydrophobia,
is curious that Pl imus in his
tural History recommends
ing the liver of a mad dog, if
ten, as raw as possible, and they
o could not swallow the liver
r should have it cooked and
nk the broth therefrom. It is
positively known whether this
ledy is efficacious, but it ap
rs to be woithy of investigation,
ticularly since this seems to be
actual beginning of the
cathie treatment since perfected
Pasteur and Koch.
In One Day.
?OTICE TO TEACHERS.
i compliance with the public
?ol law, the trastees of each
.ol district must Ale in mv
e their annual report on or be*
July 1st. A full report is nec
ry in order that I may make a
rrect report to tho Statn Su
utendent of Education.
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Co. Supt. Education.
MRS. LIZZIE HILL MAYNARD depart
ed tbis life at ber booie, Newnansvilh
Fla., on May 14, 1897, to join heaven'
innumerable host. She was born ii
Edgefleld county, South Carolin!
March, 1831. and married T. P. May
nard in December, 18c4. A few year
after this marriage they removed t
Georgia, and there l:ved until 1883. I,
this year they came to NewnansvilH
Alachua county, Florida.
Sister Maynard joined the Methodis
Church when quite young, and was i
consistent member and true Christiai
to the end, and died as she had lived
in the faith, She was a devoted wife
affectionate mother, a true friend, evei
ready to help the poor and a consol?
tion to the sick ever ministering t(
their wants and comfort.
Herself an invalid for many years
she never gave up attention to hei
domestic duties or failed in the care
and nurture of her family. During
her last illness, lasting only a few
days, she neither murmured on com
plained, and while her friends, devoted
husband and three sons stood around,
her dying couch we could almost see
in imagination a company of angels
gathering around to convey her im
mortal spirit to the haven of rest. To
day she is singing the songs of the
blessed, watching-for her beloved SODS
ai d husband. Sing on sister, it cannot
be leng before we shall be with you.
A TRUE FRIEND.
ITE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Sam Blocker has
made suit to me to grant him Let
ters of Administration on the es
tate and effects of Jim Blocker,
These are. therefore, lo cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
drcd and creditors of the said
Jim Blocker, deceased, that
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgerield C. H.. S. C., on the 1st
day ot July, A. D. 1897, to show
cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not be'
Given under my band the 15th
day of June, A. D.
1S97, and published
in tho ADVERTISER
June 16th, 1897.
J. P. ALLEN, .'
J. P. E. C.
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THOS. 1 ADAMS. PROPRIETOR.
EDGEE?ELD, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892.
VOL. LVII. NO. 13.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
(Summons for Relief-Complain
Charles Parkman, Sallio Bailej
aud Mattie Parkman, Plaintiff'
Belle Parkman, Press Park
man, Lizzie Parkman, Jobi
Henry Parkman, Cbarle
B. Parkman, Sunie Parkman
Addie S Parkman, Annie Park
mau, Mattie Fuller, Minnie Flor
ence, Willamena Crowder, Fran)
Parkman, Willie McDaniel, I.
Bailey, Lizzie Prince E. Z. Mc
Daniel, Anna McDaniel, Effi<
McDaniel Sophia McDaniel, W
J. McDaniel, Mattie Holmes
Virginia McDaniel, James Boyd
Minnie McDaniel, Corrie Wooc
and John McDaniel, Defendants
To the Defendants above named
You are hereby summoned am
required to answer the complain!
in thia action, which is filed in thc
office of the Clerk of Court of Com.
mon Pleas for the eaid county, anc
to serve a copy of your answer tc
the said complaint on the subscri
bers at their office, Edgefield Courl
House, South Carolina, withic
twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive pf the day of such
service; and if you fail to answei
the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this
action will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the com
Dated April 26tb, A. D. 1897.
Test-JOHN B. HILL, (L. S.)
C. C. C. P.
To Addie S. Parkman, Annie Park
man, Frank Parkman, Wilameua
Crowder, Mattie Fuller, Minnie
Florence aud James Boyd, non
You will take notice that the
Summons and Complaint in the
above stated action are on file in
the office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas in and for the
county of Edgefield and State
April 26th, 1897. ' je30
If SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
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lamb?a and Other Pointa.
EFFECTIVE MAY 8, 189T,
Lv. J'vtlle. F.CsAP.Ry..
So. 381 No. 30
Dally, j Dally,
8 U a,
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4 24 a
LT. Char'ton,8CAGRB.| 7 10 a
Ar. Columbia.. 10 53 a
LT. Augusta, So. By...
AT. ColumbiaUn. dep't
LT Col'bia Bland'g st..,
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2 89 p
10 60 p
T 18 a
7 67 d
Kr. Richmond ?
" Baltimore Pa. R. B..
8 CO a
10 15 a
,v. New York,Pa R.B.
rr. Wash'ton, So. Ry.
4 80 p
ll 15 a
9 00 a
13 53 p
? Rock Hill.
v. Columbia Un. dep't.
5 30 a
1 15 p
4 15 p
1 87 a
6 82 a
r. Col'bia, S.C.&G.By
ll 00 a
r. Col'bia. F.C&P.By.
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13 47 a
5 10 a]
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Anderson_ 7 30 p m .
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Glenn Sp'gs- 4 05pm .
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Ashville.... 820 a m
Spartanburg ll 45 a m
Greenville - ll 55a m
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Savannah.... 5 55 a m
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4 00 p m
7 p m
7 00 a m
5 00 a m
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iamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
849 Broadway, Opposite Daly's Dry Goods Store,
A UG U S TA, G A.,
Sterling Novelties and Gold Watches,
From $15 to $150.