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Tl'Ob. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9.
Sumter has had a big fire and a
$400 robber v.
Senator Archer, of Spartanburg,
has entered the race "for governor.
Europe has been swept by se
vere hurricanes during the past
After months ,of suspense Au
gusta hes been given a white post
The South Carolina legislature
bas killed tho biennial legislative
session bill. "?
Louisiana is getting scared and
has memorialized congress for
The Georgia populists are im
portuning Tom Watson to run
for Governor of that State.
The Grand Chapter Royal Arch
Masons will meet in Charleston on
the 15th February.
The German government in a
spiteful mood has prohibited the
importation of American fresh
Capt. J. N. ?King of Greenville
will be a candidate for Congress
from the third district. He is op
posed to the dispensary.
Attorney General Barber will
not stand for re-election. He will
instead _be a candidate for con
gress from his district.
James T. Parks, editor of the
Patriot of Orangeburg, ha3 been
elected State printer by the legis
The "Jim Crow" car bill, Banks
Caughman's bill, has passed the
House. It will be killed in the
Mr. Child's bill looking to pro
hibition has passed the House by
a vote of 52 to|47, this looks a lit
tle as if the prohibitionists meant
to stand up to their promise.
Things continue quiet in Ha
vana, the proximity of our gun
boats has prevauted any further
hostile demonstration and the
war cloud has blown over.
Tue Greenville News says:
"When your Uncle George Till
man begins to stump the State for
gubernatorial honors, look out for
homespun eloquence and blue
The State has lost the agricul
tural hall case. Judge Goff has
decided that che State mu3t give
up the hall and also pay rent for?
the time it has.been occupied for
the State Dispensary.
An enterprising minister of an
Episcopal church in New York
has started a dancing class in con
nection with his church. This
innovation is bitterly opposed by
the worldly dancing masters of
+he city who claim that it is an
improper interference with their
It is now almost certain that
there will be six candidates In the
field for Governor of this State.
Uncle George Tillman of Edge
field, Coi. R. B. Watson, of Salu
da; Senator Archer of Spartan
burg, a Methodist preacher, Gov.
Elierbe; O. L. Schumpert, and
Walt Whitman as a matter of
course. Of these candidates two
only claim to be conservatives,
uncle George[aud Schumpert.
Senator Tillman has sufficiently
recovered his strength to again
take up "his pitchfork. He made
a strong speech in Congrefs on
Thursday apropos of the Hawaiian
annexation and the effort of the
Republican party \ to establish a
government there in the interest
of the white people on the island
when they number but one out of
30 of the inhabitants. Referring
to the policy of the Republicans
in the administration of Southern
affairs just after the war, he said : |
"We were then in South Caroli
na, attempting to establish a white
man's government. The Republi
can party interfered with us then,
or attempted to do so, professing
to hold opinions about the sacred
rights of the majority to rule. I
should like to know whether the
Republican party has changed its
opinion on this subject of the
right of the white man to rule, for
if it has, and will extend it to the
southern states, I will vote for the
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PICKEN? TOWNSHIP IN
The Greenville News of the 5th
The Hon. B. M. Shuman and
H. J. Haynsworth leave today
to attend the United States court
,of appeals, which convenes in
Richmond, Virginia, tomorrow.
At this session of the court two
cases against Dunkip will be ar
gued. They are suits brought
against the township to recover on
bonds issued in aid of the C. Iv.
& W. railrod. This road was never
completed and the township, very
naturally, is resisting the payment
of the bonds.
Mr. Shuman goes to argue the
case in behalf of the township and
Mr.Haynsworth will appear for the
plaintiffs, who are non residents
of the State.
The payment called for by the
bond is rasistsd on the ground that
the statutes under which they were
issued are unconstitutional. The
objections raised against their
validity involve some very nice
and interesting points of law.
About #50,000 depends on the
In One Day,
OUR AVASHINGTON LETTER.
Tillman, McLaurin, Talbert aud
Latimer Entertainingly Re
SOUTH DAKOTA IPECAC.
The following excerpt from a
recent Post report of certain
executive session proceedings in
the Senate has caused a great
many thoughtful and sympathetic
peaple to interest themselves in the
senior Senator from South Caro
"Sen Morgan had spent some
time in detailing his personal
experiences m the Hawaiian
Islands, and had described the
Kanakas as a picturesque people,
who would be much better off
under a go\ eminent by the United
States. He spoke of the ladies
going barefooted along the streets
in long, loose gowns, which we call
'Mother Hubbards,' and the men
with little clothing, but yet strong
and manly looking fellows.
"Here Mr. Tillman, of South
Carolina, broke in and asked :
'How many of them are allowed to
"'Let me answer the question,'
said Senator Kyle, of South
Dakota; 'how many of such people
are allowed to vote in your State?'!
"'I've had that crammed down
my throat,' retorted Mr. Tillman,
'until you make me puke.'
"Senator MasoD, of Illinois, was
in the chair. 'Order, gentlemen,
order," he said. 'We can have no
puking here. Senators who desire
lo puke must retire to the cloak
"It is hardly necessary to say
that this remarkable conversation
rather shocked the Senate."
Senator Tillman in a card to
the Washington Post, says the
report does him "grave inj; 3tice,
because of the suppression of
what preceded and succeeded the
offensive epithet. My retort was
garbled and not an answer to Mr.
Kyle's remarks at all, or in the
language used "
S3XAT0R M LAUBIN.
I f.m sorry to say that the
junior Senator, John McLaurin,
continues in feeble health. He
has been confined for several
weeks at his home (501 B street, 1
N. E.) with typhoid fever. His '
presence is greatly mis?.ed in the |
Senate chamber, where he is i
becoming quite as popular as he <
was deservedly so by all parties '
alike in the House. Iventure to
3ay Senator McLaurin is as much .
a general favorite in Washington .
as in South Carolina. i
"THE WATCH DOG OF THE TREASURY." '
Hon. W. Jasper Talbert is one J
of the ablest and best known mern- ,
bera of Congress. He is without <
doubt tho braiuiest representative !
af the present South Carolina ;
delegation, and that is saying a
great doa!. During past sessions |
of Congress Hon. "Jas." shared
the dis'inctiou with tho late l
Representative Holman of being 1
the "Watch-Dog of the Treasury." j
On Friday night sessions of the j
;he House, when pension bills t
iloue wore considered, he wa?
ilways found in his seat, much to
he dismay of those party men
vho are ever trying to rob thc
reasury through the pensioV; ?
ystem. On these special session? h
t. very often ocjarred that the V
louse had a slim attendance and
he spirit apparent was to legislate
apidly. It was on just these
.ccasious that members who had
political debts that could be paid
in this way, would try to take
advantage of the situatiou and have
their questionable bills called up
and passed with those that were
valid. Col. Talbert made it his
special duty to "spot" these
"riders" and "dismount" them,
so to speak.
COL. "JAS." CONFIDENT.
If there over is an occasion in a
Congressman's life when he is apt
to be put to his sprouts as a ehiewd
and calculating politician, and
when "all the world seems sad
and weary," it's when he has a
contested election case on hand
with the "jedge an' jury agin 'im.'
He knows then that he is entirely
at the mercy of and 'ignance ob
de cote." Being aware that the
Colonel had a case on, I called on
him at his beautiful and hospitable
Massachusetts avenue home
recently. Much to my surprise,
under the circumstances, Col.
"Jas." was brimful of lifo and
hope; and while he admitted that
Mr. B. P. Chatfield had a
Republican House and three '-egro
lawyers from South Carolina
Seymour Smith, Ed Dickerson of
Aiken, and the Edgefield celebrity,
Paris Simpkins) toge"her with a
reputable law firm of Washington
working for him, still he had full
confidence in his b'?ng allowed to
retain his seat.
Weather for January.
Weather Observer C. A. Long, of
Trenton, sends us the following
data of the weather for the month
just ended :
Max. Temp. 73; date 12th.
Min. Temp. 19; date 2ud.
Mean Temp. 51.2.
Number of clear days, 9 ; partly
cloudy, 12; cloudy, 10.
Precipitation 2.10 inches.
Average precipitation for Janua
ry for five (5) years 4.01 inches.
In One Day.
MAY RICHARDSON TALBERT, aged
ll years, fell asleep in Jesus at
the home of her parents, H. Q.
and M. L. Talbert, on Sunday af
ternoon January oOth.
She bore her last long illness
with a fortitude, sweet submission
aud patience rarely witnessed in
one of her tender age. Her brief
life, like a meteor, was lene us by
the Creator, to brighten all around,
but for a fleeting spau ; yet its
sweet, and sacred memories will
linger on the earth from which her
spirit has flown. "A voice we
loved is stilled ;" a ray of sunshine
is gone from our home. Ever,
brght, amiable and gentle, "none
knew her-but to love her."
Truly, "death loves a shining,
mark," and plucks earliest the
brightest, sweetest fl< wers. We
will miss you from our home, my j
sister, for none other thy place
can fill; and while it seems so
hard that it should be even so, we
recognize the sovereign will of the
"Author and Finisher" of all
things. "The Lord gave and the
Lord hath taken away." One gen
tle being less on earth, but one
more gem in the Crown of the Sa
One less to love and cheer us,
but one more lie to draw us heav
enward! Two moro beautiful
little hands to beckon us to that
bright and belk-r beyond where
the circle will never be broken!
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder was created for one pur
pot e, namely, a receptacle for the
urine, andas such it is not liable to
any form of disease except by one of
two ways. The lirst way is from im
perfect action of the kidneys. The
second way is from careless local treat
ment of other dispases.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
kidneys is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. So the womb, like the blad
der, was created for one purpose, and
if not doctored too much is not liable
io weakness or disease, except in rare
^ases. It is situated back of and very
ilose to tho bladder, therefore any
pain, disease or inconvenience mani
fested in the kidneys, back, bladder or
usinary passage is often, by mistake
lttributed to female weakness or
ivomb trouble of some sort. The error
is easily made and may bo as easily
lvoided. To lind out correctly, set
your urine aside for 21 hour; a
sediment or settling indicates kidney
ir bladder trouble. The mild and thc
?xtraordinary effect of Di1. Kilmer's
Swamp Koot, the great kidney
md bladder remedy, is soon real
zed. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. At druggists,
arioe fifty cents and one dollar,
i'ou may have a sample bottle and
pamphlet both sent free by mail Men
ion the ADVERTISER and send your
iddress to Dr. Kilmer ^ Co., Bing
hamton, X. Y. The proprietor of this
)aper guarantees the genuineness of
his oil er.
M v Mare was si olen out of my
tables on Monday night, the 241Ii
nst. The said Mare was a dark
lag, medium siz<\ about seven
ears old with a split in one of
ier front hoofs. I will pay a re- i
.ard of $25 for her capture aud
pjturn to me at my residenc/'.
WALTER S. MILLER,
Trenton, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
WHEREAS, information has been
received at this Department that
on the seventh day of January A.
D. 1898, the Barn and Stables of
D. B. Hollingsworth in the Coun
ty of Edgefield were burned, and
there being reason to believe that
the burning was an act of incen
Now, THEREEORE, I, W. H. El
lerbe Governor of the State of
South Carolina, in order that jus
tice may be done and the majesty
of the law vindicated, do hereby
offer a reward of ONE HUN
DRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
for the apprehension and convic
tion of the persons who commit
ted said act of incendiarism.
lu Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State to be affixed, at Colum
[L. S.] bia, this second day of Feb
ruary, A. D., 1898, and in the
one hundred and twenty sec
ond year of the Independence
of the United States of
W. H. ELLERBE,
By the Governor:
D. H. TOMPKINS,
Secretary of State.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J. D. Allen. Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Frank A. Washingt >u
made suit to me to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the estate
and effects of Rev. Allen Washing
Those ire, therefore, io cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors ce the said
Rev. Allen Washington, dec'd. that
they bo and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgerield C. H.. S. C., on the 24th
ot February next, after publica
tion thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand the 4th
<-*-? ? day of Febrnarv, A.
SEAL. D. 1898, ard publish
^-v-' ' od in tho ADVERTISER
Feb. 9th, 1898.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
Municipal Registration No
The books for the registration of
the voters of the town of Edgefield,
S. C., will be open at my store from
Jan. 1st, 1898, to April 1st. 1898,
said registration being for the
general election to be held on
April 11th, 1898, for the election of
Intendant and Wardens to serve
for the ensuing year.
J. L. HIMS,
Supervisor Registration Town of
Edgefield, S. C.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in .eit'ect Feb. 7, 1897.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm .
Ar Laurens- 115pm 700am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn Sp'gs- 4 05pm .
Ar Spartanburg.. 3 00 p m 9 25 am
Ar Saluda- 5 23 pm 5 23 p m
Ar liendersonville 5 51 p m 1 45 p m
Lv Ashville.... 820 am .
Lv Spartanburg ll 45 a m 4 00 p m
Lv Greenville - 1155am 4 00 pm
ArLaurens- 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson.?.. 7 00am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28pm 500am
Lv Augusta- 5 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah.... 5 55am .
Lv Calhloun Falls 444p ra
Ar Raeigh- 2 16 a m
Ar Norfolk.... 7 30am
Ar Petersburg-6 00 a m
Ar Richmond - 8 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 2 55 pm
Ar Allendale. 5 00 p m
" Fairfax. 5 15 p m
" Yemassee. G 20 p m
" Beaufort. 7 20 p m
" Port Royal. 7 30 p m
" Charleston. 8 08 p ra
'* Savannah. S 00 p m
Lv Savannah. 6 50 a m
to Charleston. 6 50 a m
* Port Royal. 8 15 a m
" Beaufort. 8 25 am
" Yemassee. 9 25 a ra
" Fairfax. 10 32 a m
" Allendale. 10 47 a m
Ar Augusta. 12 55 a ra
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Assessment of Property.
For the purpose of assessing prop
erty Auditor Haltiwanger will beat
Edgefield from Jan. 1st to Jan. 5th.
Trenton. Thursdaj, Jan. 6
Johnston, Friday, " 7
Elmwood, Saturday, " 8
Pleasant Lane, Monday, " 10
S. Cheatham's s ton?, Tuesday, u ll
Red Hill, Wednesday, " 12
Colliers, Thursday, " 13
W. Cheatham's store, Friday, " 14
Clark's Hill, Saturday, ? 16
M od oe, Monday, " 17
J'arksville, Tuesday, " 18
Plum Branch, Wednesday, " 19
Lon ?rm I res, Thursday, " 20
Quark's', Friday, " 21
And at Edgefield C. H. to Feb. 20th,
IS'JS. Alter which date 50 per cent
penally will be added to the personal
property of all perons who have fail
ed to make their returns.
Of all kinds done at
this olllce. Call and
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Now is the time to sub
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The books for the registration of
the voters of the Town of Edge
field, S.C, will be opened at my
st nre from Wednesday, Nov. 10th,
1897, to Saturday, Feb. 12th, 1898,
said registration being for a spe
cial election to be held in said
town, as to re-chartering under the
act of the General Assembly of
1896. J. L. MIMS,
Supervisor Registration Town of
Edgefield, S. C. Nov. 10: '97
There will be an election held
in tho Court House of the Town of
Edgefield, S. C., on Monday, Feb.
21, 1898, to determine whether or
not the Town shall surrender her
charter and be incorporated under
the act of the General Assembly
of South Carolina for 1896.
W. W. ADAMir, Intendant.
Attest-T. B. LANHAM, Clerk.
Managers of Election: W. E
Dobey, Dr. F. Rose Timmons, W
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3rd.-The Superintendents conduct-two boarding halls-Pickens Hall for?
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itb.-The Institute is conducted on a Military basin. Boys are permitted, but
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rtb.-We haye a bigschool. There is something stimulatingand insplr'ngabout*^
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8th.-We have eleven teachers, S. M. Martin, John Lake, A. J. Reamy, C. C.
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