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TrOS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29.
ILOJOHN LAKE AND THE JOHN
When it was known at Johnston
and in the surrounding country
that Prof. Hartzog had resigned as
principal of the Johnston Insti
tute, the trustees and patrons
thereof wero much agitated and
deeply concerned as to where such
another, who could measure up to
his preceptive qualifications, could
be found. But, as Edge field
has never yet failed to furnish
from her midst the man for the
p]ace-any place-so in this she
has given to Johnston oue of her
very own, cherished, beloved, and
Rev. John Lake, who has been
elected principal of Johnston In
stitute, has been one among many
of Edgefield's sous who has not
been without honor in his own
country and among his own
As a child he was known for his
quick perceptive faculties and his
unusual literary attainments. At
an early age he stood the best ex
amination in the county for en
trance to the Citadel Academy,
where he distinguished himself in
his classes, and was considered the
most popular young cadet at that
institution. His popularity, how
ever, was based on that solid es
teem which comes from respect
and affection. While there he gave
a new impetus to the young peo
ple's religious movement which in
this ago is sweeping through the
schools and colleges of America.
He also attended tho Theological
Seminary in Columbia, taking a
special course there. He has been
eminently successful- as a pastor
and leader, having to a great ex
tent rejuvenated each chureh
which he has served. For some
years he has boen editor of "This
Way," which, as the organ of the Y
M. C. A., has been highly com
mended and adopted by that or
ganization as its medium of com
munication for the two states qi
Georgia and South Carolina. Af
a teacher, Mr. Lake has had ex
perience varied enough to fit hirx
for the work - he has ^undertaken
ie has taught, and has travelled
much, bringing him in COLUC
d possesses that . enthusiasm
?aa?, vim, and energy, which thii
"?y-?iidgeneration demand. H<
is of that mental diathesis whicl
makes him enveI<yp~wirkJ^8_whol<
heart whatever work he under
takes. Edgefield will havo nc
cause to he ashamed of this eon o:
her Boil, and the people of John
eton have, indeed, made a wis?
choice, as did their former teacher
Prof. Hartzog, who selected Mr
Lake himself as his most suitable
and desirable successor.
^ STARTLING TIGUKES.
The following figures are from
the Auditor's books and the School
Commissioner's apportionment of
the school fund of Edgefield
Pickens school district paid last
year from the 3 mill constitutional
tax into the county treasury for
school purposes, $1326 4 41 ; and on
polls, $284; making a total of
$1,548.41. Of this $1,548.41 paid
into the county treasury by the
taxpayers ofj Pickens school dis
trict for school purposes, the school
commissioner returned to said dis
trict in his apportionment only
$643.70, a. difference against the
taxpayers of about $900.
In Talbert Township $506.02
were paid in taxes to the school
fund, and $576.90 are returned to
that township by the school com
missioner's apportionment, sev
enty dollars and eighty-two cents
more than was paid in.
Tn Mose Township $631.03 were
paid iu taxes, and $668.80 returned
to the township for school pur
These apparent discrepancies
run through the whole apportion- |
mwiit, and do not seem tobe ex-1
actly right and fair, although they
are a- cording to law. We have
not space to elaborate these mat
ters now, but next week we shall
take up the subject again. We
pimply want to call the attention
of our Pickens school trustees to
the injustice of the present system
of apportionment that they may j
devise a remedy.
SPARE THE BIRDS.
For the information of the many
who are said to he using their ?
shotguns already with deadly effect
upon young partridges, the follow
ing game lame laws of the State
are given :
Section 432. It shall Dot be
lawful for any person in tnie State,
between the first day of April and
the first day of Novomber, in anv
year hereafter, to catch, kill or
injure, or to pursue with such in
tent, or to sell or expose for sale
ary wild turkey, partridge, quail,
woodcock or pheasant, or between
the first day of March and the
first day of August any dove, or
at any time during the year to
catch, kill or injure, or to pursue
with such intent, by firelight, any
of the birds named in this section.
And any person so doing shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall
be fined not. more than $20 or be
imprisoned not more than 30 days.
Sec. 1. Act 1893. That it shall
not be lawful after the passage
of this act to sell or expose tor
sale any partridge, quail, woodcock
or pheasant, deer or wild turkey,
within the State, for the space of
five (5) years. Auy person so
doing shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined cot more
than ten ($10) dollars, or be
imprisoned not more than teu (10)
clays for eac offense.
Indiana has indulged in a lynch
ing bee-five turglars strung up
Arrange your plans early to at
tend the 29th Annual State Fair to
be held in Columbia, Nov. 8th-12th,
The disappearance of Luetgert'6
wife in his sausage factory has
made that article of diet very un
Miss Susan Broadway was struck
by lightning and instantly killed
at Pack6ville, Sumter county, a
few days ago.
The equinoctial gale came on
time, doing most damage in Flor
ida and on the coasts of the At
lantic aud Gulf States.
A wave of crime is said to be
now sweeping over London. Ol
all waves the wave of crime is the
worst and most disastrous that cat
break upon any shore.
Premiums to the value of $5,00(
will be awarded at the next annua
State Fair. Competition will bi
confined to citizens of the State o
South Carolina. Do you want kw
of this money?
The Hawaiian senate has accept
ed the treaty of annexation pro
posed by the United States gov
eminent. Japan ia smugglin,
troops to the island and will mak
active opposition to the annexa
tion, it is suspected.*
t New cases of yellow fever con
3_ _ia_nnnv.r .. in ?Jotg- Ar.lnnn<
t not alarmingly large, and type o
g fever is mild. Strict quarantin
3 and fumigation of mails rende
i almost impossible the furthe
) spread of the dread^dj^j^se^^^^
In One Day.
By O Sheppard-Report Read
Before the Edgefield
Education seems to be the
watchword of our day ; this ia well
but education, so called, is not the
panacea of all the ills that flesh ii
heir to. What is education? It it
certainly not simply the training
and development of the mental
faculties alone ; mere intellectual
ity is not, and cannot be, considered
as education in its truest and
highest sense. Any system of
education which fails to develop
the moral and spiritual natures of
our eons and daughters will
inevitably fail in its purpose to
make the world better. Heart
belong to, and are inseparable
frcm, a correct appreciation of
what education is in its true and
better sense. Education in its
fullness means that there should
be a trained mind, a consecrated
Christian heart and a sound body,
all united and working harmo
niously in the same person. This
is the only education that can
?result in making full rounded men
and women such men and women
as will be worthy of the life that
has been given to us; such men
and women as will be capable of
meeting the responsibilities and
duties that are inseparable from
our natures; and such men and
women as will tend to make the
world brighter and better andi
worthy of tho hope that is ours, |
and of the eternal joyp to which
our hopes unquestionably point.
Such an education as is above
set forth can be obtained by r ir
sons in Furmau University, and
by our daughters in the Greenville
Female Coll? ge and in the Cooper
Limesone Institute. Then ?a
Christians, as Baptists, we should
support these institutions. They
are well equipped and afford al]
the facilities necessary to obtain a
full, complete education, both of j
the mind and heart. Our duty
to our denomination, to our
childreu and to the memory of
our fathers, demand that we Bhould
support, both with oar moral and
financial strength, our own
institutions, and not be swayed
from the path of duty by this
new evangel of free education
which is and can be free only
in name, for nothing that is so
priceless aB a full rounded educa
tion can be obtained free. The sham
pretence that education can be
obtained free in our State institu
tions, or anywhere else, is, we ap
prehend, but the clap trap of the
demagogue, who always finds ?it so
easy to be generous and liberal
with the public money, and who
generally masquerades in the
habiliments of patroiotism and
philanthropy. We do not mean
to tear down or to impair the use
fulness of any of our State institu
tions, but we do mean to insist
that it is our duty to support our
own institutions, and to do this
even though it might result in
some impairment of what are called
State schools, constituted as they
are, never can and never will be
able to develop men and women of
full rounded Christian chaiacter;
such characters as are acknowl
edged by the wisest men of earth
and proven by the experience of
ages, to be the highest, purest and
noblest type of character that can
be moulded out of human material.
It is enervating to the sturdy
manhood and noblest citizenship
of the State to be fed with crumbs
from the public crib. The State
should only be expected to extend
the aegis of her protection to her
oitizeus, in insuring to thom the
enjoyment of life and liberty ; and
1 affording to them the necessary
? means to be appropriated by them
. in the pursuit of happiness. The
State should be supported by her
citizens, and not raverse this
healthy principle, and thu* have
'. the.citizens looking to the State
f forsuppoit. To do this tends to
) weaken the independence of the
i citizen, which is so) essentially
necessary to thc development of
au ideal citizenship.
But after all, in the matter of
' education, the greatest respou
1 sibility r^sts upon the parente
3 of our country. It is t?he
f duty of parents to give theil
chidren the very best education
thal their means will afford. Nc
consideration of personal comfort,
social preferment or accumulation
- of wealth should tempt them tc
ignore this important matter
The obligations of parents to theil
children are clearly inculcated ic
S the Old aud Ne\v Testaments
e Neglect upon the part of pareuti
brings a curse upon the home anc
I upon society in these days, jus:
as it always has done. The pareut'i
I influence comes .first, and is th<
" most ?nduring. Let the parenti
U ? ? i ; ? ? "^-^.^-??VTTlBiAu-rr Iii-?A?2>jLfJ
e . Cultivation of the nr'nd anc
heart ennobles the L/e anc
r broadens the character. The boys
r of today will be the citizens o?
tomorrow. Upon the training o:
the youth depends the future of
'4the country. Not upon our reve
ntjes, or territory, or climate mus?
we d?pend, but upon the charactei
of our ^young people. Upon th?
morals of tire.young men rests-lh*
weal and woe of any country. Ou:
greatest danger is the weaknesf
of individual citizenship; oui
surest and most abiding safety ??
Why take Johnson's
Chill & Fever Tonic?
Because it cures the
most stubborn sase
of Fever in ONE DAY.
Who is My Neighbor?
1 That man who does you a real
, kindness. If you know of a person
? who is suffering with chronic
j diarrhoea send him this address
and beg him to correspond with
us. The Norman Cordial Co., 157
> and 157 and 159 East Bay,
: Charleston, S. C. Norman's Neutral
. izing Cordial is the only reliable
remedy for the cure of chronic
diarrhoea. Mess. W. M. Tappan
; & Co., White Plains, Ga., sell a lot
of Norman's Indian Worm Pellets,
10 and 25c. Sold by all druggists
ONE Of TWO VAYS.
The bladder was created for one pur
pose, namely, a receptacle for the
urine, andas such it is not liable to
any form of disease except by one of
two ways. The first way is from im
perfect action of the kidneys. The
second way is from careless local treat
ment of other diseases.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
kidneys is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. So the womo, like the blad
der, was created for one purpose, and
if not doctored too much is not liable
to weakness or disease, except in rare
cases. It is situated baok of and very
close to the bladder, therefore any
pain, disease or inconvenience mani
fested in the kidneys, back, bladder or
usinary passage is often, by mistake
attributed to female weakness or
womb trouble of some sort. The error
is easily made and may be a9 easily
avoided. To fin-J out. correctly, set
your urine aside for 24 hour; a
sediment or settling indicates kidney
or bladder trouble. The mild and tue
extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the- great kidney
and bladder remedy, is soon real
ized. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. At druggists,
price fifty cents and one dollar.
You may have a sample bottle and
pamphlet both sent free by mail. Men
tion the ADVKBTI-?HR and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer^ Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. The proprietor of this
paper guarantees the genuineness of
Mau y physicians throw ethics
aside when human life is at "take.
Dr. Watkins, of Pendlton, S. C.,
is not wedded to old theories. He
uses and prescribes Norman's
Neutralizing Cordial in his ex
tensive practice. Says it is the best
preparation he 'can find for all
stomach troubles. The only remedy
on the market foi Worms that
sells at 10c. is Norman's Indian
Worm Pellets. Sold by all druggists.
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from 5
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chi!! and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
Wagon Harness, Buggy Harness,
Wagon and Buggy Whips, Harness
Leather, Lace Leather &c, at W. W.
Eldorado Eugine Oil, best Oil made
for Engines, Gins &c, for sale by W.
Buy the Florence Wagons, for sale
by W. W. Adams.
Now is the time to sow Wheat, Rye
and Barley, buy choice seed from W.
For Sale at This Office.
Liens for Rent.
Liens for Advances.
Liens for Rent and Advances, same
Chattel Mortgages and Mortgages on
Crop, same paper.
Chattel Mortgages without mortgage
on crop clause.
Titles to Land.
Mortgages on Land.
Any other legal blank you may need
will be printed at the Advertiser Job
Mil, Sloes, Hats
YOU MUST WEAR
OUR FALL STYLES ARE READY.
I They ?re as cheap and better than
ever. We have scoured the markets
and aft>*r unrelenting efforts, careful
" study and forethought-, have gathered
the best that modern science and skill
, ed workmanship can produce
Weean show you thoNewest.Bright
est and mosr Fashionable Clothing for
men and boys ever offered a well dress
? ed community. The rise in the new
tariff laws will not interfere with our
! prices. Having bought our Clothing
earlv and before the tariff was put on ;
i it enables is to give the lowest .?rices
. on the Best Clothing ever offered to
5 our customers.
! CHILDRENS' SUITS,
I FROf? $1.00 UP
3 To a real elegant one at a reasonable
a price. Young Men's Suits from $3 ic
r ?ft xTjQP'^fo^i?aeuPLm'l?sM-VM
offering.at $7.50. These suits are al
j wool, cut in the latest style and wil
j give you perfect satisfaction.
i SHOES! SHOES?
Our otock of Shoes is complete in everj
f line for Men, Women and Children
! Don't forget that we are the agent!
here for the well known Bay Stat*
* Shoes. Every pair warranted to- give
t perfect satisfaction.
3 Hats and - - -
r Men's Furnishings.
: If you want a stylish Hat, a pair ol
5 Gloves, the latest thing in Shirts, Col
? lars and Cuffs or an up-to-date Tie
etc.,see our line. Its all right, both as
, to style and price.
* We ask jour investigation of our
stock, whether you buy or not. Its
worth your time. It will save you
E. B. HA RT,
One uicrd. If VDU Please?
I wish to freshen up the minds of
the people of Edgefield and Saluda
counties as to my humble occupation,
and to say to them that I am still in
the middle of the ring.
I am 51 years old and have never
stolen anything yet (at least I have
never been caught at it), and ft is too
late in life to start roguery now, that
is to make a success of it. I have,
therefore, concluded to bang on to
poverty and honesty, at least I will
hang on to honesty, aud I know pov
erty will hang on to me till the end
comes. Let her hang, who's afraid?
If you want anything in my line,
fixing colts, drop me a postal card
one line is as good as forty-at Butler
For the thoroughness and safety of
my operating, I refer to 300 colts a..d
their owners that gambol from the Sa
luda to the Savannah river, in full
i health, strength and vigor. The colts
gamnoL, the owners may, some of them,
gamDLE too, but as to this I know
One for a nickel,
Two for a dime,
Johnnie get your hair cut
Just like mine.
Yours for work,
Colt Fixer from Fixville,
Butler P. O., S. C.
Miss Eliza MJiiiis,
! Af fer a course of studies in art at
the Art League in New York feels
confideut I hat she is much better
prepared to paint portraits in pnp.
tel, Oil, etc., and Folicits orders
from her friends and the public.
Many references from patrons in
Edgefield county, Augusta and
Greenwood can fie gi ven if desired.
These beautiful and now very
popular pictures she also studied
in New York under a very compe
tent teacher, and feels sure that
she can please I he most fastidious
Call or write for prices of al! tb
I have recently returned from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, the
three greatest markets for Dry Good?, Shoes and Notions in this country, and
whiie in the above named cities I purchased a complete line of Fall and Win
ter Goods, so I take this plan for letting my friends and customers know some
thing about what we have to offer them.
* * r^RjDNrr?. * *
A good stock of Prints, light colors, dark fall colors and mournings at 5o,
all good quality.
Good Ginghams at 5c and up to the nicest zephyr shades.
Outing, 5c, 6)?c, S-4c and handsome bourett effects at 10c per yard.
White and Red Wool Flannels, In both plain and twilled, at as low prices
as ever sold at heretofore. -
Bleachings, Sheetings, Pillow Casings, Sea Islands, our stock in these four
staple lines is correct, both as to quality and prices.
Cotton Flannel, Bed Ticking, Pants Jeans, Cassimeres, Checked Home
spun, White Homespun, Drills, etc., we are selling this line as cheap as any
body can afford to sell it.
Blankets, Comforts and Counterpanes, of these three indispensable arti
cles we have as large lot as we ever bring here any season, a pair of White or
Gray Blankets for 65c, a large clean Comfort for 85c and a good size bed spread
Our stock of Dress Goods was never in better shape,a good all-wool filling
Cashmere at 10c; our 15c, 25c, 30c and 35c Henriettas, Suitings and Brocadines
cannot be surpassed. Black Goods in all qualities, from 10c up to a very line
4G inch English Henrietta at 1.00 per yard. We have a lot of 7 yard cut pat
terns ip foreign goods, no two alike, at $6.25 per suit, these suits sell for $0.00
and $7.00 in the city stores, in this part of our stock we carry a nice line of
Silks, in Roman stripes, Brocades, China and Surahs, for both waists and trim
mings. . a ,
Our new line of the following goods 13 up-to-date in every particular:
Table Oil Cloths, White and Red Table Damask, Doilies, Towels, etc; a dozen
good Doilies for 25c; a good Towel from 5c to 25c each.
White Lawns, White Checked Muslins, Dimity, Lawn and Hamburg Em
broideries and Insertions, as cheap as any city retail house will sell them to you.
Hosiery in all grades sizes and styles from a seamless sock at 5c per pair
to the best German dyed black hose at 25c per pair.
CORSETS-A full line of the two best makes in America. Thomson's
Glove Fitting and the R. & G., 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
GLOVES-In all grades, ladies dressed kids, fleece lined, lisle thread, silk
and cashmeres. Children's Gloves in wool, Scotch knit, and Gent's in Kid,
Buckskin and wool Scotch knit.
HANDKERCHIEFS-In many varieties, from 2}-?a each to 75c, in cotton,
linen and silk.
UNDERVESTS.-Gents, Ladies and Children's Undervests, in all cotton,
half wool and all wool, Union undersuits for ladies and children.
NOTIONS.-Ribbons, Laces, Ladies'Cull's and Collars and Gent's Cuffs
and Collars, in latest styles. There are numerous other things in our notion
stock that we would mention, but space forbids us here, as I will have to save
6ome of this space to tell you a little about this big lot of
JUST A R -
This shipment of Cloaks and Cap-;? is direct from New York manufactur
ers, and will be sold as low and possibly lower than th? same goods will .be
offered you in a city retail house. Call early and see this line. A good Cape
for $1.25, better ones for $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00, $3.50 and up to a handsome
Plush, Astrachan or Beaver Cloth one, at $4.50, $5.00, $5.50 and $8.60. Ladies'
Jackets, in black and colors, of the latest New York cuts. We will add to this
department a little later an assortment of Ladios' Ready Made Dress Skirts.
SHOES ! SHOES ! SHOES !
We are by no means out of the Shoe business. Our line of Ladies' $1,1.25,
1 60 1 75 2.00 and 3.00 Shoes can't be beaten. Men's Plow Shoes at 1.00 and 1.25,
Gents' Congress and Laced Shoes at 1.25,1.60, 2.00, 2.75and 4.00, all good values.
Women's and Childrens' polkas and oil grains at prices to suit the times. In
fant8', Childrens' and Misses Fine Shoes in both Kid and Pebble Goat in many
grades. The most of our Ladies and Children's Fine Shoes are the celebrated
Zeigler Brother's goods, which'line has been handled by this house for nearly
a quarter of a century and many ladies in Edgefield county can testify to the
reliability and lasting qualities of Zeigler Shoes.
Come to ?ee us when you need anything in our line, we will do our best t(
-^^.-.^?g^v^nyorgr^^tej^jit^nd nrntitafrlp "tajfou. and will hfl per
JAMES E. HART, Manager.
Sept. 29, '97. At Alvin Hart & Co.'? Old Stand,EdgefleId, S. C.
Field & Kelly s
949 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
No matter wnat prices you get, no matter what prices are advertised
wewill beat anybody's price* in Buggies, Carriages, Harness, Bicycles, Etc.
GrEO. P. COBB,
?TOH^STO-N-, S. C.
Furniture and Household Goods,
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Ste.
HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
H ES A. KL S E>
Calls by Telephone promptly answered and attended to.
LOWEST PRICES. .
CHAS. F. BAKER.
JERRY T. SMITH.
BAKER & SMITH,
Fireproof Warehouse, Cor. Reynolds and Campbell Sts.,
Consignments of Cotton Solicited.
Personal Attention Given to all Business.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO.,
BRICK, LIME, CEMENT,
:3R/T3ATrg ZROOEI?sTQ-, ETC.
Corner Washington and Reynolds Street,
The Foundation of Int.
High Quality !
Oak Bedroom Suits, $15.00
Plush Parlor Suits, 20.00
Large Bureau, 4.00
6 foot. Tables, 450
High Back Chairs, 7 5
High Grade Matting 25
3 Good Shades, . .1.00
Sewing Machines, 18.50
Good Cooking Stoves, 7.50
Baby Carriages, 5.00
IF YOU LOVE A SQUARE DEAL GIVE US A TRIAL.
Padgett Furniture Comp'y,
844 Broad Si, AUGUSTA, GA.
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FOX, ]VJL?JE??H & CO,
We wish to call your attention to the very fine assortment of Druggists
Supplies we carry in stoek, viz: Drugs, Chemicals, Medicinal Preparations,
(Patent and-Proprietary), Foods for Infants and Invalids, Perfumes, SoKps,
Combs, Tooth, Nail, Hair and Shaving Brushes in endless variety. Rubber
Goods, a full assortment, ?Iso a fall line of sundries too numerous to mention
Tobacco, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes.
IFIE^ESaiE^IIPTIOIISr . * IDEIFAE^TIlvrEIISrT
You select your physician, why not select your druggist? We use nothing
but pure drugs and chemicals, and do not substitute in case we have not the
article prescribed. Our prices are low and within the reach of all for reliable
service. Mr. F. Berfchan, Ph. G;, of Charleston, who has over 20 years expe
rience has charge of this department. Give us a trial and be convinced.
* * + SODA WATER. *V'? *
If yon are out walking or riding stop and try one of our various refresh
ing drinks or.Bon Bons made fi om the choicest fruit. Ice-Cream Soda Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Respectfully,
IIIIMFQ^ Ik&AELSIH: <3s CO.
We know you want to keep cool during the
HOT SUMMER DAYS and so have provided
for your comfort Black and Blue Serge , Crash
" Suite, Alpacas and Drap D'Et? Coats and Vests
Also the coolest Negligee Shirts ever worn, to
gether with an elegant line of Underwear.
LC. LEVY & CO.,
YOUR ATTENTION /
- CT YOU JvJBEDszzzr
Goos: StBves, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe," Timare, fell Beete
Loaded Shells, Canned Goods, Confeetionaries.
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order.
LARGEST COOK STOVE FOR THE MONEY.
Coffee Pots, Milk Buckets, and Covered Buckets made from the best of
Tin in the market. Repairs for Cook Stoves I sell, kept in stock Call
on or address
CHAS. A. AUSTIN,
-TOHlTSTCflSr, S. C. '
STOP AT THE
601 BROADWAY, AUGUSTA, GA.
Centrally Located. * Bectric Cars Pass- tie Door.
$1 Per Day. Special Rates by the Week.
AARS. T. E. BUSet?,