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Tl?OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1.
We have heard nothing at this
writing of the primary electio? in
Edgefield county except our Own
precioct, Edgefield, Johnston.
Trenton and Modoc. Here the
vote stands in the two clubs as
Hampton club give McLaurin
84 votes; Evans 10. The Edge
field club give McLaurin 23 votes ;
Townes, for the State Senate, re
ceived at the Hampton box 92 votes
out of 93 cast ; at the Edgefield
box he received 46 votes.
Walton received at the two
boxes 93 vetes; Williams 49.
Irby received only two votes.
Johnston gave McLaurin 93
votes; Evans 13; Townes 90;
Walton 90; Williams 10.
Trenton give McLaurin 46;
Modoc, McLaurins, 22; Evans
30; Irby 6; Townes 16; Walton
16; Williams 3.
From Wednesday morning's Co
lumbia State we gather that Mc
Laurin is elected by from five to
ten thousaud majority over both
of his competitors. The entire
vote of the State will probably not
exceed 55,000, so that McLaurin is
elected by a minority of the voting
population, although a majority of
the votes cast. Of course the en
tire vote bas not been sent in, and
triase are only probable figures.
Senator Tillman has gone North
to deliver a series of speeches.
North Georgia now claims that
its rivers and creeks abound in
The dispensaries all over the
State were closed on Tuesday of
. this week, the day cf tho primary
Chairman Tompkins estimates
the vote cast Tuesday at seventy
thousand, He has missed the
proper figure by several thousand.
All foreign grain ci ops are re
ported short, and consequently
com, wheat, and all provisions will
command high prices this fall and
Statistics prove that during the
last decade the Southern States
have made greater progress in the
matter of education than any other
section of the Union.
One has to be a resident of this
State two years, of the county one
year, of the precinct or ward four
mouths before he is entitled to
vote at any general election.
The Confederate veterans of this
State have enjoyed a glorious re
union in Greenville. These meet
ings increase each yeai in interest,
importance aud significance.
A reunion of the Smith family
took place near Al toona, Pa., a few
days ago. ' Eight thousand Smiths
were present, of whom two hun
dred registered as John Smith.
A Charleston syndicate has char
tered a steamship and is getting
up au expeditien to Klondyke.
The ship will sail Feb. 15th, the
prico of a ticket is $500, and sev
enty da3's will be required for the
A so-called new religion has
sprung up in this country which is
little more than a revival of the
old heathen belief in the trans
migration of souls. Truly the
home mission field is in great need
PresideDt Faure, of France is
beiDg feasted and feted by the
Czar, regardless of the bombs and
bullets of nihilists, anarchists, so
cialists, communists, collectivists.
Faure is evidently a believer in
the doctrine of predestination.
Influential Northern journals no
longer point to tho West, as an
outlet for the redundant energy of
the East. They now admit thiit
the South, with its genial climate
and great industrial possibilities,
is a more iuviting and promising
field for the settler.
Spanish atrocities in Cuba con
tinue to evoke the sympathy of the
Dations for the people of the ill
fated Island. Despite the progress
of civilization and religion the
wail of past ages is echoed in this :
Man's inhumanity toman makes
countless millions mourn.
President Childs is very hopeful
as to the State Fair this fall. It
is believed that the best railroad
accommodations will be made.
MaDy valuable premiums have
been offered and the premium list
is DOW ready for distribution. One
may be obtained by sending your
request to Col. Thos. W. Holloway.
Poraaria, S. C.
The President of the Republic
of Uraguay has been assassinated.
Rev. Charles Manley, D. D., late
president of Furnian University,
has been elected to the chair of
intellectual and moral philosophy
of Patrick Military Institute, An
derson, S. C.
Edward Atkinson, one of the
foremost economical writers of the
age, demonstrates by the recent
invention of an oven and By the
use of kerosene oil as fuel that a
man can live on one dollar a week.
This is proven by the fact that
students of Springfield, Mass.,
are actually doing this. He calls
this invention the Aladdin oven,
and it is constructed out of a stable
The ages at which the inhabi
tants of some European countries
are considered capable of aspira
tions for the matrimonial noose
are as follows : Germany, France
and Belgium, man i.8, woman 15
years of age; Spain, Portugal,
Greece and Switzerland, man 14,
woman 12; Austria, man and wo
man 14 ; Russia and Saxony, man
18, woman 16 ; in Hungary Cath
olic youths of 14 may wed maidens
of 12, but protestants are supposed
to require maturer age to know
their own minds, as ihe age of the
young man must be 18 and the
Last week Solicitor Thurmond
appeared in public as the prosecut
ing attorney of the State for the
first time since he had to kill Will
Harris aud some might think his
having just been tried for his life
and acquitted would have some
effect on him in the performance
of his duties as Solicitor, but such
is not the case. Ho dees his duty
with just as much earnestness and
energy as he ever did and he has
the same influence with the juries
as the convictions of our court
prove. Out of seven cases trk'd
five were convicted and the two
acquitted were both white men.- j
The State pension list is in
creasing. Last year there were
4,714; this year, 5,841. Of this
year's pensioners there are only 46
in class A, who receive $6.00 a
month; 314 in class B, who will
receive $21.S0 each, while class C
will get $16.35 each. If the amount j
appropriated for pensions Bhould [
be equally divided, there would be
only $17 each. Anderson heads
the list with 458; Spartanburg
comes next with 393; Edgefield
113; Greenville reports only 62.
The lowest number of pensioners
are in Chester, the number being
Assistant Secretary of Agricul
ture Brigham, Washington, D. C.,
expresses the opinion that the
American farmers this year would
receive iu the aggregate from four
to five hundred million dollars in
excess ofthat received last year J
for their farm products. This, he
said, means much to the farmers.
They have learned in the seaaon of
hard times through which they
have passed, to economize where
they could and to be careful in
buying. They will use the money
they receivft for their crops to pay
off their debts, cancel mortgages
and in making improvements on
the farm. This seems like a vast
sum, but statistics sustain the
The regular monthly meeting of
the State board of control will bei
held on next Tuesday. The -ueet
ing will be a very important one.
Gccording to the Columbia State,
there will be more beer privileges
to grant it is supposed, and what is
more the boaid will probably find
itself in the position where it will
have todo something towards meet
ing the competition here and there
from the original package stores,
which are being opened one after
another all Dver the State. The
fact that they are opening and run
ning right along shows that the
competition from them is some-]
thiug not to be lightly dealt with
from the standpoint of competi
tion. They aie getting b.11 the
stock they need and without any
(rouble at all.
Pen Mightier Thau the Sword.
The press speaks very highly of
Norman's Neutralizing Cordial.
The Sunday Record of Atlanta
said : "We are not in the habit of
praising patent medicines, but
have tried Norman's Neutralizing
Cordial in three instances with the
best results and recorameud it to
do all that is claimed for it." Only '(
25 and 50c. You can rely on Nor
man's Indian Worm Pellets, 10
and 25c. Sold by all druggists.
Quinine and other /e
ver medicines take from S
to IO days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chili and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
BLOOD! BLOOD !?
Columbia Makes a Close Shave
Meetze Defies the Clonstables
and Governor - Monday
May Brins Forth Blood.
Greenville Daily News.
Columbia. S.C., Aug. 28.-Co
lumbia was threatened with a
second Darlington war affair today
and nothing but the prudence of
the police and dispensary officers
avoided a most serious conflict.
It seems that since the original
package houses opened their doors
hero, the dispensary officials and
the attorney general have been
laying traps for the agents. So
far they have steered clear of them ;
but yesterday twp boys visited
both of W. B. Meetze's esta
blishments and the eldest upon
enquiry, representing himself as
"twenty-one and past," bought
half a pint bottle of whiskey.
This boy, whoBe name is Fuller,
then went to the attorney general's
office and made affidavit that he
(a minor, only 19 years of
age) had bougnt liquor from
Meetze. Mr. Meetze heard of thia
and acticipating troupe, had a
warrant issued last night and
eau ecu the boy's arrest for por jury,
bringing forward witnessed to prove
that he had told him that he was
21 years of age.
Thia morniugthe coustable, pro
ceeding in accordance with the
plan, went before a magistrate
and got out warrant? against Meetze
for selling liquor to minors.
Armed with these, they went to
Meetze's Market street place
to arrest him. He was prepared
for them and ordered them away.
He is known to bo a determined
man and they promptly retreated
to secure the assistance of the
police aud magistrate's constables.
When these appeared upon the
scene, Meetze warned the
constables on their peril not to
cross the door sill. They accord
ingly hung back, but after
coneider.ble parleying Reetze
finally told tho policemen and
magistrate's constable? that he bad
sent arms away and that they could
come and take him by physical
force, if they wanted to.
They then accordingly entered
and a struggle ensued, Meetze
petermined to force them to eject
him by force, resisted like a liou
and it was some time before they
succeeded in forcing him out and
not then without some bloodshed,
one man having his head cut open
with a billy which a policeman
had dropped. The establishment
was then turned over to the liquor
constables, who closed it, and
Meetze was taken before a
magistrate, giving bond for his
appearance to answer to the charge
He then went to his Main street
establishment. Here a few
minuteB later the constables
appeared to close the place.
Meetze, in the meantime, had
boldly defied them, threatening to
kill the first man that attempted
to enter. Things grew interesting,
squally in fact.
Alarm was on the faces of
constable, tipstaffs, etc., gathered
around the door, and messengers
were sent to the governor for
advice. Hie orders were,, to close
the place but Meetze wae like
the rock of Gibralter. Squarely
in front of the open door, he
promised death to the first man
that attempted to enter. The siege
lasted for hours, everyone expect
ing the clash to come at any
minute, but no efforts were made
to enter and when the hour for
closing (6 o'clock) came the
besieged quietly closed his doors
and went home.
It was a signal de/eat for the
dispensary people. The governor,
is said, advises the constables] to
let things remain as they are until
What will happen then no one
This is not Meetze's first stand
While Tillman was governor he
opened a beer stall at the fair
grounds during the State fair in
open defiance of the dispensary
law and concluded to sell after
being warned by Governor Tillman
in person to desist. He ordered
Tillmam to leave him alone and
threatened to kill any one who
interfered with him.
THE S. C. COLLEGE.
The Outlook for a Fine At
tendance Most Promising.
On Saturday President F. C.
Woodward of the Soutth Carlina
3ollege returned from his summer
vacation. He will uow remain in
Columbia until the opening of the
institution in the early fall. He
3xpect8 to make a good many
preparations looking to opening of
the institution for the coming
?eason. Reports from the agente
Df the college at work iii various
portions of the State and from
ethers indicate that the attendance
:his year will be perhaps the largest
since Dr. McBryde left the
ustitutiou, The annoucement of
;he scholarship awards will be
nade shortly. The outlook for
he future of the grand old college
indfir the administration of
President Woodward is considered
extremely bright and promising.
RIVERS LUSTED "WITH PEARL.
Boys Can Play Marbles With
Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 25-New
disco\ eries of valuable deposits of
pearls in the lakes and rivers in
Arkansas have added greatly to
the excitement already existing
over similar discoveries and today
thousands of people are walking
through the water in different
parts of the State, searching for
the precious gems. The latest
and most sensational discoveries
were made in the Arkansas river
and the creeks, lakes and bayous
near Little Rock, where pearls have
been picked up, ranging in value
from $10 to $800 each.
Hundreds of people are working
the Saline, White and other rivers
and many valnable finds have been
reported. Additional discoveries
were made on the Eourche river
yesterday, and hundreds of people
are swarming to that stream. A
representative of the Arkansas
Gazette, who has spent much time
in investigating the matter, says
there are 57 streams in the State
that are rich in pearls of large size.
It has now developed tnat in the
course of a survey made in White
river in 1895, $5,000 pearls were
collected by members of the survey,
in the course of their duties.
Recent discoveries lead to the as
sertion that never in the his
tory of man were so many
and so large pearls discov
ered. Pearls of from 30 tb
50 grains in weight are no uncom
mon things to and in thc posesi?n
of country lads who own pearls for
pastime. The coler of the pearls
found is that of a saline rose, and
the texture .ts firstclass.
The Amusement of a Tame Eaglo Sn Ibm
In St. Nicholas Wolcott Le Clear
Beard writes of "Moses, a Tame Eagle,"
which was one cf his pets while he was
engaged in engineering in southern Ari
zona. Mr. Board says he was very
fond of the lizards with which these
plains abounded, and one large variety,
?sailed swifts, from their remarkable
peed in running, seemed to be especial
Whenever one of thc . was caught
which was not often, Moses would be
brought out, and, after the swift had
taken a ten foot start, would be set free.
The lizard would promptly resolve itself
into a white streak across the desert,
and, screaming with excitement, half
running, half flying, Moses would pur
sue, followed by the laughing crowd, of
which only those on horseback had
much chance of keeping up. It was in
no sense a cruel sport. It amused Meses
and us and didn't hurt the swift, for
he got away every time, and if the feel
ings of our pet were a trifle injured as
he returned, pejrehed on some one's
wrist or saddle horn, from his fruitless
hunt these were, speedily soothed by
the prompt gift of a nice bit of fresh .
beef, so no one was the worse. TheJtfrJ
ards, however, he**seemed to view as a
sort of dessert, and as he could absorb
an unlimited quantity they1'were al
ways in demand.
A certain stick kept on the veranda
of our office was generally under his
eye, and when any one picked this up
and started for a walk across the desert
Moses would hop gravely along rebind,
sure that some of his favorite dainties
would soon be forthcoming.
Of course Moses was perfectly well
able to catch the smaller kinds of liz
ards for himself, but there was lees ex
ertion in allowing some one else to do
it for him, and exertion at this period
of his life was a thing to which Mose?
was violently opposed. These occasions
were almost the only ones when he
would be silent for any length of time,
for he seemed to understand perfectly
that at the first note of his voice every
lizard within hearing would run for ita
life to the nearest refuge, and only
when a' blow of tho stick failed for the
second or third time to reach its mark
would he give utterance to his deej
disgust at such clumsiness.
Bric-a-brac Bargains Eagerly Sought Ml
the Shrine of the Red Viag.
There is a graceful custom among
foreign diplomats at the capital that (
we may as well trench upon. I refer to .
the auction sale which frequently be
falls on the occasion of the recall of one
of our alien embassadors or ministers.
For two weeks before their excellen- ,
tries decamp tho local papers revel in a
long and lurid "ad." recounting the re
call of the enibassador or minister and ;
declaring how on a certain day all pee- <
pie so minded nre invited to appear and
contest at public vendue for a dazzling
list of plunder in said "ad. " set forth.
Prime among the properties for sale
yen will notice wines and many a thing
besides that arc as articles of commerce ?
highly tariffed. Butin these cases cour
tesy has hehl the tariff at bay. AU of a
legation's v. ines and cigars and furni- ,
ture-in fact, everything of a personal ^
sort that a legation causes to be brought
to America-is passed scot free at our i
customs. One will readily discern that j
a ripe profit might bc made to roll pleas- i
antly up nt one of these untariffed lega- j
tion sales. Our own tradespeople must,
however, pay the fiddler in each notable
At these sales snobdom turns stou'ly j
out. The bidding is hot and fast and .
high. There is nothing so lusted for by 1
a certain sort of American, cringingly j
numerous hereabout, as a wine which j
has been justified by an embassador's
taste, or a piece of furniture or bric-a
brac which has been soiled by noble and (
titled contact. And, therefore, these le- !
gation auctions furnish the most heated ?
bid combats. And many a fool is fleeced.
It is also to be remarked that these
sales string out in endless fashion, day
following day, ns fools flock to be bun
koed. Tho stock, whether of wine or $
furniture or cast off noble garments,
never runs low. The widow's store of
oil showod no better staying powera *
As long ns enstom hangs about the '
chanters sh"iit, the red flag floats and
the stock cf goods to be disposed of
flow?- by with current unabated.
For, mark yon, rather than disap
point or send any full hearted alien
chaser away from this sale with aching
heart and empty bauds the auctioneer 1
each night moves in a new stock to re
place the disappearances of the day be- (
fore. Each morning the legation rooms [
are as unstripped, the cabinets as full (
of bilc-a-bruc, the bins as replete with
rare old wines as at the beginning.
Thus it runs forwnrd until no more c
sheep appear to be shorn and even the ]
toadies have enongh. Then the flag I
comes down and tho legation salo is at
an end.-New York Jonrr-I.
THE INCONSISTENT SBX.
"Dear baby spoke today!" she cried.
"He said 'Mamma' as plain as plain could
And it was sweet his dimpled smile to se?
And sweet his gurgling baby laugh to
Corae quick! Perhaps he will again. Tho
And, oh, I am so happy!
"Baby is growing bjg so fast,
And, oh,"-the sudden tears gushed to her
"He'll speak and walk and grow so big
And love another best and woo and wed
And have no longer need of me," she
"And I am so unhappy!"
-J. L. Heaton In "The Quilting Bee."
A LESSON !N ECONOMICS.
? Toons; Woman Gives a Young; Ktn
Some Valuable Tips.
Again it is a Washington girl.
This time she appears as an angel of
economy to a young man who needs
that kind of angelic administration
about as much as any other young nan
in the Capital City, and she is just aa
successful as if she were trampling him
under her scornful heel and making
him feel how utterly helpless man is in
conflict with the irresistible.
"By Jove " he was saying, "this sort
of thing is simply intolerable!"
"What sort of thing?" she inquired,
with admirable poise.
" Why, I have just had to pay a mes
senger 40 cents to deliver a note up
town for me, and he was gone leas thar
half an hour. It would be cheaper to
have hired a cab and horse and driver,
and still oheaper to have sent it by
mail under a special delivery stamp."
"What was the note?" she asked,
womanlike, before she thought.
"A response to an invitation to din
"Forty cents is cheap for a good din
ner, '1 she smiled.
, "But I couldn't go," he wailed. "It
was a declination, and the 40 cents on
top of that Really, though, this mes
senger service is a rank imposition and
should not be tolerated. Twenty-five
cents an hour is ample, with short dis
tances at 10 or 15 cents. The conven
ience is easily worth that, hut mora
than that is plain extortion and the
greed of monopolies."
"You have my sympathy. Tonare
the more entitled to it because you
don't seem to know any better. Now,
why aren't you as bright as a man I
know, who hasn't any more money
than you have? When ho has a note or
a book to send to a girl, he doesn't
waste 40 cents on a grinding monopoly
-oh, that's what it is," she laughed,
as sho noted his look of surprise, "we
have a call in our house, and I am com
pelled to use it sometimes-but he does
a much better thing. He just adds 10
cents to his 40, slips around to the flor
ist's, orders 50 cents' worth of violets
sent to the girl, puts the note in with
the flowers, and there you are. See?
Only 10 cents out, and think how much
in-for girls do Jove flowers, even 50
The young man began gasping for
"Or," sho went right on, "if it is
the season when flowers are more ex
pensive than messenger service, just
substitute candy fer flowers. You can
get something perfectly lovely for 60
cents, and to add a book or pleasant
note to it makes it well worth the girl's
kindest thought and your 20 cents ex
tra. Now, is tlie pinn clear to your stu
Whether it was or not the young
woman that very afternoon received a
delightful Doto of thanks for valuable
information, accompanied,, by a 50 cent
bunch of violets from a well known
In One Day.
In the coal and wheat regions
the railroads are crowded with
business, There are not freight
cars enough for the demand.
".We'll not dwell long on this
point," said the minister, as he sat
down on the the business end of
Pine Apple Sherbet at the MLuray.'
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judg?
Whereas, W. W. Adams ) aa
nade suit to me to grant him let?
;er? of Administration on the t %*
iate and effects of Mrs. America I
E. Adams, deceased. '
These are, therefore, lo cite aud
idmouish all and singular the kin
Ired and creditors of the said Mrs.
fimerica E. Adams, decased. that
;hey be and appear before me in .
;he Court of Probate to be held at
Edgetield C. H., S. C., on the 9th '
lay ot August, A.D. 1897, to show
;ause, if any they have, why said
idministration should not be
Given under my hand the 19th
. -s day of August, A. D.
\ SEAL. [. 1897, and published
--~v-' ' in tho ABVERTISER
sept. 1st, 1897. 1
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
?AS. H, CARLISLE, LLD., President.
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Chemistry, Physics, Latin, English, (
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The Wofford Fitting School is con
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J, A. GAMEWELL,
Secretary of Faculty,
LADIES WHO STOLE.
St raneo Tales Aro Told of Oar Ancestors
of Washington's Time.
We naturally have* a very exalted
opinion of the aristocracy of our coun
try and oan scarcely be convinced that
the ladies of society in the early days of
independence conduoted themselves in
any but the most dignified manner. In
deed some of their descendants would
feel highly elated to know that they in
any wise resemble their Buppoeed court
ly ancestors, lt is to be hoped that they
are not kin to the personages referred to
in the following complaint:
One of our early statesmen actually
complains that "between tiopee beaux
and fashionable belles an honest fellow
will stand a good chance of teing fleeced
by the politest tissue of mistakes con
ceivable. The gentleman will help him
self very casually to yocr hat if it is
better than his, tnko up yonr umbrella
With the mest absent air imaginable,
bear off yonr loore con^t without once
perceiving bia mistake and pick upyour
glove?, 'they so much resemble hia.' "
And now fer the ladies' part in thia
"The lady will borrow your penknife,
very accidentally put your pocket hand
kerchief into lier muff or plnyfnlly take
your ring from your finger or breastpin
from your bosom, all as innocently ai
though it waa the very thing you called
upon her for, so that butween ladies
and gentlemen yon will stand a good
chance of being turned out, stripped ol
all your possessions, according to th?
newest rules of etiquette."-Philadel
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NVThe Kentucky University Diploma, under usaf,
awarded graduates. Litorary Course free, ii dosi red.
Ao vacation. Enter now. Graduates successful.
In order to haue your lr ti rr s reach ut, adirett only,
WILBUR R.SM ITH, LEXINGTON i KY?
Carolina and CnmtiBrlaiid Gap Ry.
Schedule in Effect June 20,1897.
Lv. Edgefield 5 30 am 2 20 pm
f\r. Pittsburg 5 40 am 2 27 pm
" Trenton 6 00 am 2 50 pm
" Baynhams 7 02 am
lt Seiglers 7 08 am
" Milbdgev'e 7 13 am
" Lake View 7 22 am
" Crofts 7!40am
" Aiken 8'00 am
LI v. Aiken ll 15 am
lr; Crofts ll 30 am
" Lakeview 1142 am
u Milledgev'e ll 57 am
? Seiglers 12 04 pm
" Baynhams 12 10 pm
" Trenton 3 15 pm 12 30 pm
" Pittsburg 3 30 pm 12 50 pm
" Edgefield 3 35 pm 1 00 pm
The rules of the Southern Rail
vay are adopted for the movement
)f trains and government of em
)loyees of this company.
I. W. FOWLER,
W. M. MEYER,
E. G. HALTIWANGETTT'
Frt. & Pass. A?
Edgefifljtf, S. C.)
Your Undivided %. ?
We are now prepared to do work in any
shape and style and compete with any
prices. We can give you first class
Cards, (all sizes.)
It will pay you to call on or write us
for prices on anything you may want. All
correspondence promptly attended to.
Call on us and we will take pleasure in
giving you any information you desire.
TIE ADVERTISER JOB OFFICE,
EDGEFIELD, S. C,