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fi Ob. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23.
The last two descendants of the
.immortal Christopher Columbus
are in an almshouse at Cadiz,
An authentic poi trait of Amerigo
Vespucci has been discovered in
ev; Sam jones has entered the
for the governorship of Geor
With his popularity it would
! (hat he must be elected.
ipt has taken up'the cultiva
of the sugar cane, and last
..' 00.000 was realized from
ale cf sugar made in Egypt.
S E W CO UXTY LAW.
Text of Thc New County
tw-Only Three Conimission
Bereafter for Our County.
county government bill as
issed the House, with the
. . ndmente incorporated af
ird '['ted, reads as follows.
-? c. 1. That the office of county
supervisor, ss now provided by
law, shall continue and the
successors of the present Sup
ervisors shall be elected by the
p ?pie at the next general election,
wil h a term of office for two years
until their successors shall
i elected and qualified ; and such
?.visors shall receive the pay
and execute the bond as now pro
vided by. law.
Sec. 2\ That the governor
all, before the first day of
February, A. D. 1899, by and
with the advice and consent of
the senate, and before the first day
of February of each succeeding
two years thereafter, appoint upon
the recommendation of member?
of the General Assembly from the
severa! counties or a majority of
them, two persous from each
couuty who shali be known as the
commissioners of the count/, and
who shall act with the supervisor
in the governmental matters of th^
county, the said supervisor and
. missioners together to con
lea board to be known as
. The boara- of county commis
rs." The supervisor shall be
b u i mian of. county commis
es so to be constituted; auo.
board may at their first
tiug for organization elect aj<
c. 3. That on the first day ot
' mary, A. D. 1899, the office
?ounty commissioners and
ip commissioners, as now
cl by law to be appointed
[he Governor shall be
bed; and tho jurisdiction,
an 1 duties now devolved by
OD tho appointive boards of
and township commiss
.s are hereby devolved upon
r<I cf couuty commissioners
ti provided for, to consist of
mty supervisor and two
^missioners; and all claims
against the counties to be valid
shall be approved in writing by
a majority of said board, and
entered upon the minutes; said
board so constituted shall m^et
at the county seat at least one-1
a month for the transaction of
business; Provided that the
provisions of this section shall
apply to the counties of Lancaster,
Georgetown and Oconee and
liichland on and after the first
day of April, 1S98.
Sec. 4. The board of county
commissioners and township
commissioners now appointed
by the Governor, aft?r the appoint
ment and qualification of the
commi.^sionrs provided for in th's
Act, shall continue in office as
county boards of equalization and
township boards of assessors until
I heir successors shall be appointed,
and the Governor of this State
is hereby authorized and
empowered, on the recommenda
tion of a majority of the members
of the General Assembly A the
respective counties.every two years,
to appoint such county boards of
equalization and township board
. ssessors as are now provided by
law for the appointment of county
. nissioners and township
? ligsiouers. Such board?
I serve for two years from the
. of their appointment and
ir successors are appointed
d [ualified, their terms to bp
minai with the Governor who
- them, and they shell
E>uch pay as is now
ed by law. The chairman
ial boards of assessors shall
- i?icio members of county
In One Day.
'??mian Kainit and Nitrate of
Soda for sale by W. W. Adams.
IE WAE il?
. HAU BLOWN 1
Terrible Disaster in the
Harbor of Havana.
ONE OF THE MEST VESSELS
In the United States Navy De
stroyed, and Many of Her >len
Killed or Wounded.
HAVANA, Feb. 15.-At a quar
ter of 10 o'clock tlii? evening a
terrible explosion look place on
board the United States cruiser
Maine in Havana harbor. Many
are killed or wounded. All Hie
boats of the Spanish cruiser Al
fonso XIII are assisting. Asyetl
the cause of the explosion is not j
apparent. The wounded sailors o?"]
the Maine are unable to explain it. '
rt is believed that the cruiser is j
The explosion shook tho whole
city. The windows were broken
m al! the houses.
The correspondrait of Ibo xVsso
ciated Press says ho bas cjnversecV
with several of the wounded sail
ors, abd understands from them
that fie explosion took place
while they w.-re a.-?e^?., so that,
they can give no particulars as to
The wildest consternation pre
vails in Havana. The wharves aro
crowded with thousands of propio.
It is believed tho explosion occur
red in a small powder magazine.
Capt. Sigsbee and the oilier offi
cers have been saved. It is esti
mated that over 200 of the crew
were killed, but ii is impossible as
yet to give exact: details.
Admiral M au tero] a has ordered j
that boats ot ail kinds should go
to the assistance of the Maine and
The Havana firemen are giving
.lid, tending carefully to the
wounded ns they ure brought on
It is a terrible sight. Gen. So
lano and tho other generals have
been ordered by Captain General
Blanco to take steps to help the
Maine's crew in every way possible,
rhe correspondent of . the Asso
ciated. Press has been near the
Maine in one of the boats of the
?ruise? Alfonso and seen others of
;he wounded, who corroborate the
statement of those first interviewed
;hat they were already asleep v. hen
;he explosion occurred.
Capt. Sigsbee says the explosion
)ccurred in the bow of the vpss'd.
??.Q received awouuci in the head.
Drders were given to the other offi
;ers to save "themselves as best
hey could. The latter, who were
iterally thrown from their huokf
a their night clothing, gave Ihr
accessary orders with groat sel<
)ossession and braver}'.
The first theory was that there
lad been a preliminary explosiou
u the Saura Barbara (magazine)
nth powder or dynamite below
Admiral Manterola believes the
[rat explosion was of a grenad'
hell that was hurled over the
Secretary Long received Capt. j i
iigsbee's dispatch but a few min
ies before the Associated Press j
.ispatches from Havana were ^
lauded bim. He received the t
;ews with apparent calm, and hi? <.
rst act was to comply with Capt. 1
igbee's request that assistance ^
e sent from Key West. He im- c
mediately wired Capt. Forsythe, at
ley West, to proceed with the
aval tender Fern to Havana har
or. Secretary Long then sent for
apt. Dickens, and the two dis- \
ii^sed Capt. Sigsbee's brief tele- !
ram. No other naval officers ?
ere present, and besides the ?
ecretary and Capt. Dickens the
?val colony here is ignorant of
ais disaster, the greatest which I
as befallen the American uavj
?nee the disaster at Apia some ''
ears ago. The Secretary is in
ined to believe that most of the 0
Heers were on sher'1 at the time t
I the accident, aa it was still
irly in the night. While nei'her
io Secretary nor Capt. DickenH ,
.e inclined to discuss the probabh ?,
tuse of the accident, several sug- i
estions were ventured upon. 0
hey believe that it may have [
?en caused by a fire in the bun
?rs, heating the bulk-head near a i,
agazmo, or that an accident may ai
ive occurred while inspecting ::
gh explosives for torpedoes. Ol
lurse, this is mere speculation,
id the Secretary i? anxiously
raiting a more detailed report
Dm Capt. Sigsbee. <
[E SAILORS SAY THAT IT WAS A *
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Feb. 16.
special.to tho Times-Union and
tizen from Key West, Fla., says :
ie steamship Olivette arrived rr
re to-night with a large number Ai
j of wounded and many other sur
I vivorB of the Maine disaster. The
offioers wen., as a rule, reticent,
and followed in line with their
chief, Sigsbee, in saying that the
cause of the explosion could only
bo ascertained ?y divers, but
many of the sailors were outspoken
in their declaration of belief that
the explosion was a deep laid plot
j of the Spaniards. They are greatly
incensed against the Havana peo
ple, who have shown them small
courtesy, who looked upon their
presence as a Dat ional affrout, and
who have published annonymous
circulars captioned "Down with
Americians." They believe that
the author of such expressions of
cowardly hatred would not stop
it an act of such terrific vengence
as the blowing up of the Maine.
These sailors, acquainted with the
drill?, discipline and ensemble of
? mau of war, pooh-pooh the idea
of an internal explosion as the last
thing to lin thought of.
NEW YORK, Feb 19-A cablegram
from Sylvester Scovel to the
Evening World under today's
date from Havana via Key "West.
'The concensus of opinion of
those who have studied the wreek
closest is now that the explosion
was caused by a submarine mine.
; he forward magazine, it is now
generally supposed ie intact, also
the forward G-iuch magazines.
This leaves only a few saluting
charges and a few small calibre
shelis in the pilot house, which
could possibly havo exploded
abosird the ship. At 1 ho same
time tho fearful damage is loo big
for any but an extremely large
torpedo. If it was a torpedo, the
di.ers will find tho torpedo
fragmentSjbut if it was a submarine
mine no traces would be found.
All the American officers are
internally boiling; thpro is not
ono or' thom from Capt. S ig-bee
down who is not firmly convinced
a government submarine mine did
"The Spanish dailies are loudly
clamoring 'accident, accideut,'
win n even now the fact is known
that the whole middle deck which
was blown straight up, never had
an ounce of ship's powder under
it, and that, was where the first
flame wag seen."
EXPLOSION WAS SOMETHING BEYOND
HAVANA, F-'b. 19.-Capt. Sigsbee
of thu bo.ttl-x*hi|>-Maix?p,-irx au
interview today with fhe corres
pondent of the As?ociated Press,
described in detail the explosion,
which destroyed the great ship:
"On the night of the explosion,"
said Capt. Sigsbee. "I had not.
r.'iired. [was writing letters. I
i nd it impossible to describe the
.ound or shock, but i bc impressiou
remains nf something awe inspir
ing, nerve-rending, vibrating, all
pervading. There in no!hing in
the formei experience of any one
on board lo measure the explosion!
.. Viler the first greal shock T can-!
lui myself recall IIJW many'
sharper detonations I heard, not]
mor? than two or three, I knew
my ship wns gone. In such a
structure as the Maine, the eln.-cts
if such an explosion are not for
i moment in doubt.
"1 made my way through the nas
?ag>>, in the dark, groping from
side to side, to the hatchway and
heneo t i the poop, being among
:he earliest to reach that spot. So
joon as I recognized the officers,
L ordered the high expolsives to be
looded and then directed that the
)oats available be lowered to
.escue tho wounded or drowning
discipline, in a perfect measure
jrevailcd. There was no more
ioufusion than a call to general
tuarters vrould pro luce ; notas
"I soon saw by the light of the
lames that a 1 my officers and
irew left alive and on board,
iurrounded me. I cannot form
my idea of the time, but it seemed
ive minutes from the time I
cached the poop uutil we left, the
ast man it was possible to .reach
laving been saved. It must have
>een three-quarters of an hour or
nore, however, from the amount
f work done.
"I remember the officers and
11 f * i j worked together lowering the
loats and that the gig look some
?me t_> lewer.
"I did not notice the rain of
. ?bris described by Lieut. Blandin
nd others who were on deck
t tiie time of lim first explosion,
ut [ did observe the explosion of
?ie field ammunition and wondered
Ml more were not hurt thereby.
"Without going beyond the
?mils of what was pro,>er in the
arbor of a foreign power, I always
lain-tain precautions against
ttack and the quarter watch was
rdcred lo have ammunition for
ie smaller guns ready to hand, so
i;it in the improbable event of an
ttack on the ship it would have
sen found ready. It was this
mmunil ion which exploded as the
eat reached it.''
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The bladder was created for one pur-,
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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 back 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 bc as easily
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your urine aside for 24 hour; a
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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, 1S98, to April 1st, 1898
>aid registration being for th
general election to be held on
April 11th, 1898, for the electiou of
Intendant and Wardens to serve
for the ensuing year.
J. L MIMS,
Supervisor Registration Town of
Edgefield, S. C.
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"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.
.Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1S97.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 a ni 140 p m
Ar Greenwood.. 12 17p m ll 30 p m
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 p m -
Ar Laurens.... 115pm 7 00 am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn Sp'g3....4 05 pm .
Ar Sparlanburg.. 3 00 p in 9 25 am
Ar Saluda_ 5 23 pm 5 23 p m
Ar iiendersonville 5 51 p ra 1 45 p m
Lv Ashville- 820 a ra -
Lv Spartanburg 1145 am 4 00 pm
Lv Green ville.... ll 55am 4 00pm
ArLaurens- 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson. 7 00 a ra
Ar Greenwood .. 2 28 pm 5 00 am
Lv Augusta_ 5 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah.... 5 55 am .....
Calhloun Falls 144 p m
Ar Raeigh- 2 16am
Ar Nor folk- 7 30 a ra
Ar Petersburg-6 00 a m
Ar Richmond.... 8 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 2 55 pm
Ar Allendale. 5 00 p ra
" Fairfax. 5 lo p m
" Yemassee. 6 20 p in
" Beaufort. 7 20 pm
" Port Royal. 7 30 p m
" Charleston. 8 08 p m
Savannah. 8 00 p m
Lv Savannah. 6 50 a ra
" Charleston. 6 50 a ra
" l ort Royal. S 15 a m
" Hean fort. 8 25am
" Yetnassee. 9 25 a ra
" Fairfax. 10 32 a m
" Allendale. 10 47 a ra
Ar Augusta. 12 55 a m
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Assessment of Property.
For the purpose of assessing prop
;rty Auditor Haltiwanger will be at
lidgelield from Jan. 1st to Jan. 5th.
i'renton, Thursdaj, Jan. 6
Johnston, Friday, u 7
Kim wood, Saturday, " 8
Pleasant Lane, Monday, " 10
3. Chatham's ston>, Tuesday, 41 ll
Sed Hill, Wednesday, ** 12
Jolliers, Thursday, " 13
iV. Cheatham's store, Friday, " 14
Clark's Hill, Saturday, M 15
Uodoc, Monday, " 17
'arksville, Tuesday, " 18
'lum Branch, Wednesday, " 19
iongmires, Thursday, " 20
Ruarles', Friday, " 21
Vnd at Edgefield C. H. to Feb. 20th,
898. After which date 50 per cent
lenalty will be added to the personal
?roperty of all persons who have fail
d to make their returns.
LOST OE MISPLACED.
Four notes given by J. L. Har
ly & Co., of fifteen dollars each,
.'he first was due on December
8?-, 1897. The other three run
ninety days each consecutively
rom date of each. Auy person
mdiug or holding any of the
hove mentioned notes will con
ider same null and void.
J. M. HOLSON.
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iling loan. Interests per cent.
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CHAELES B. ALLEN,
31 BROAD STREET,
rhe Johnston Institute,
PHERE are schools and schools, but there are some reasons why you should
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prises portions of Aiken, Edgefield, Lexington and Saluda Counties. It
is absolutely free from malaria. The same diurnal range of temperature
as Santa Barbara, Cal.
Ind.-Johnston is a moral community with few allurements to vice. No bar
rooms or vicious company to degrade the students.
?rd._The Superintendents conduct two boarding halls-Pickens Hall for
young men and Rebecca Motte Hall for young ladie?. Ir: tiiese Halls the
students are under restrictions and give their undivided time to their
h.-The Institute is conducted ona Military basis. Boys are permitted, but
not required, to wear uniforms. This uniform is cheap, handsome and
durable. Students are taught to obey, as one can never rule well until
he first learns to obey well.
th.-Our eourse of study is thorough, practical and progressive. We flt stu
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