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Ti" OS. J. ADAMS, .... EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29
Twenty rural mail delivery
routes will be established in South
The Pope's strength is rapidly
failing, aud candidates for the
office are coming out.
ID our war with Spain we had
329 soldiers killed in battle; 125
died of wouuds, and 5,277 of dis
It is said that Europe is grow
ing jealous of the prosperity and
importance already attained by
the. United States.
The Neal investigation has bean
resumed and there aro indictions
that the amount of his shortage
will be very materially increased
by future developments.
It was one of Bismarck's most
poignant regrets that in his old
age he could eat only three hard
boiled eggs at a sitting, whereas
he formerly thought nothing of
Chicago is getting ready to bid
for both conventions next year. A
mammoth colliseum building to
hold 15,000 peop1* is to be con
structed pu the site now occupied
by .Libby prison.
Dried bananas are becoming
quite an article of food. Queens
land is inaugurating the new
industry. They take the place of
raisins in puddings and are said
to be not only very palatable but
The situation in the Philippines
is not altogether satisfactory. Our
troops are successful in a measure
it seems, but losses are heavy and
they outnumber us. Have we U.
S. & Co. put our foot into it, up to
The Second South Carolina reg
iment that has been doing garri
son duty in Cuba for several
months, has arrived in Augusta,
where it will be mustered out. The
boys did not enjoy their stay in
Cuba, yet no doubt they will have
many good stories to tell of their
The United States government
or at least some of its agencies,
have n;-rw engaged in that most
djfficu of all reforms, a dress
r?forn. In San Juan, Porto
Rico an edict has gone forth that
the little children shall no longer
run naked in the streets. It will
require cotton goods to clothe the
little ones, and the mills of the
South are very close to Porto Rico.
This may mean new business for
Messrs John P. Thomas, Jr., and
Cole J. Blease attorneys for State
Constables W. R. Crawford, Cole
man, Dorn and Coole}-, charged
witn the murder of Mrs. Stuart,
made application for bail for the
defendants before Julge Ernest
Gary in the court house, at
Lancaster, on the 8th. Solicitor
Heniy represented the State.
Crawford was granted bail in the
sum of $3,000. Dom and Cole
man each in sum of $1,000 and
Cooley in the sum of $500.
Anthony Hope's New Romance
Anthony Hope's new romance,
which he has just finished, is
called "The Countess Emilia," and
has been purchased by The Ladies'
Home Journal, in which periodical
it will immediately begin. The
story is about a beautiful Countess.
She has quarreld with her husband,
and they have decided to live in
seclusion in separate wings of the
castle. Ihis they do until Captain
Dieppe, who becomes a member of
the household, inadvertently opens
a doer, through which are revealed
to him the apartments of the
exiled Countess, with the beautiful
occupant standing in a doorway.
The Captain falls in love with the
young woman, and from this point
there is not a moment's cessation
in the romantic adventures which
ensue in the castle, its gardens and
neighbering places of rendezvous, j
HOTT to Help Your Town.
Push it, talk about it, write
about, speak well about it, help
improve it, choke the croaker,
beautify the streets, patronize its
merchants, advertise in its news
papers, prefer home enterprise al
ways, speak well of its enterpris
ing men ; if you cau't think ot
some good to say keep quiet; if
you are rich invest in something
to employ eomebody ; be a hustler,
bo courteous to strangors that
come among you so that they will
go away with a good impression ;
always cheer up the men that go
in for improvements. Your own
portion of the cost will only be
what is just. Don't kick about
necessary public improvements be
cause they are ?ot at your own
doer or for fear that your taxes
might be raised fifteen cents.
Tlie Teachers' Association at the
The Edgefield Ridge Teachers
Association which was held at
Ridge Spring on the 4th of March,
was a grand success. Friday
evening March 2rd, Er. Woodward
President of the of the S. C.' Col
lege delivered au elequent aud
instructive address on Literature.
The largo and beautiful auditorium
of the Academy building was
crowded to ita utmost capacity.
Saturday morning at 0.45 the
Association was called to erder b}
President Hiunant. After the
reading and adoption .of the
minutes, Prof. Bailey, cir ' "man
of the committe on Constitution
Mild by-laws, made his report. The
Association unanimously adopted
the report. Prof. Anderdon made
an instructive talk on Histor}*.
Pi cf. Bailee Johnson, Peurifey
.iud Entzminger joined in the dis
cussion. -The subject of Physical
culture was admirably handled by
Miss S. S..Bailey. She ernphasiyed
the fact that all of our schools
should pay more attention to this
important branch of study. On
invitation of the President, Mrs.
Bailey favored the audience with
a piano solo. Two excellent
papers were read on primary work,
one by Mrs. Center, and the other
by Mrs. Huiet. Both of these
ladies are experienced and success
ful teachers, and their papers
brought out much valuable in
formation to all prfsout. Prof.
Bean, who by the way,is one of the
best gramanans in the County
occupied twenty minutes in ex
plaingthe best methods of teaching
Grammar. Miss Mauldin, delight
ed the audieucd with a beautiful
violin solo. Mrs. Latiaier, a
teacher of experience, then read
au instructive paper on Grammar,
on motion of Prof. Entzminger,
a vote of thanks was extended for
the kindness and hospitality of
the citizens ot Ridge Spring.
The i?ext meeting of the Associa
tion will be heled at Edgefield on
Saturday. April 1st., and it is
hoped that every teacher who
-possibly can will attend this
meeting. The following is the
program Best methods for teacth
ingspelling-Profs. John Johnson
and G. H. Edwards.
Penmanship-R. B. Cain and
Miss Beulah Rheines.
School entertainments- Profs.
Haynes and Bean.
Influence of Christian teach
ers-Profs. Bailey and Lake.
Recitations-Miss Primrose and
Music, by the S. C. C. I. Band.
On Friday evening, March the
31st, an entertainment Till be
given by the teachers and students
of the S. ?C. C. I. in honor of the
R. B. CAIN,
Sec. and Treas.
G O T TON EXPANSIONISTS.
Every Cottontot in the State
Should Read This.
The Augusta Herald says "Old
Jim Crow," of Chawrosum, Ga., is
a philosopher in way, and down
thereunder the "shade of the treess
he has been holding an Academy.
He teaches by sarcasm, but it's all
the* same if he gets there, and hip
latest contribution to the common
good is well calculated to do
that same. He is the enemy
of the overproduction of
cotton, and start ed to organize a
society to further his ends. He
has addressed a circular to the
faithful, which reads as follows:
"Yes 'whoop 'em up,' and let it
come. Haul out the guano and
buy all tho mules you possibly
can. Get some merchant to 'run
you.' Plant cotton all over creation,
between your watermelon rows*.in
missing places in the corn, plant
the garden just as soon as the
vegetables are oiT. Put it in the
fence corners, and arouud wherever
you can 'stick' a hill in your wife's
flowergarden. Ye?, plant cotton
'world without el d.' Make it so
low that a fellow won't pick it if
you give him what Le gathers, and
furnish him'free hash' while he
picks. Go it boys, 'go it while
you're young.' for when get old you
can't raise it. But, one consolation ;
when you can no longer j inc the
boys in the job of keeping on a
first class case of poverty debt,
and bankruptcy for the country,
you can put in your contribution
to the general ruin as a first class
calamity howler. Cut this out and
keep it for 'ready reference' all
through the }-ear. Don't go to
bed to-night without calling up
all the children, with their nulher
and reading this to them. Then
maybe, they will dream of cotton
and devise methods for making
more cotton even while they sleep.
And hea'r brcther! don't fail to
take this to meeting next Sunday,
and go soon, before the preacher
gets there, so you can call up 'the
nabors' and have every fellow
understand plans for the current
year. Then, if he don't go our
way and lands uext December in
plenty aud peace, and can't 'jine
the band' in the annual chorus of
hunger, rags and debt he'll be with
out excuse and can't lay the blame
of his condition at our door."
An effort is being made to have
all of the veterans of the Mexican
war present at the Confederate re
uniou in Charleson in May.
Cheap as dirt doesn't apply to
Aikeu real estat9 any more.
Last week Alek Williams, colored,
sold the old Burckhalter place of
190 acres to a rich New Yorker
for $10,450, or-$55 per acre.
Tho Greenwood conspiracy case
will be called for trial at the Apri1
term of the Fede ral Court in Green
ville. A. H. Dean will conduct
tho defense. Abial Lathrop is
District Attorney and will pros
ecute the accuped.
The State Sunday School Con
vention will meet in Sp-irtanburg
ou April 20th.
The Mayors of South Carolina
will meet in aunu?l convention in
Newberry in May.
In the court at Newberry, a man
was indicted for larceny in stealing
a dog. The defendant's attorney
demurred to the iudictineut on the
ground that a dog is not pronerty,
and therefore, there can be no
larceny of a dog. Judge Gage
sustained the demurrer, and the.
case was dismissed.
James Rise/, white, who was
couvicted some. time ago at the
Newberry court for stealing from
tko railroad at Pom ari a and
sentenced to the peuit&ntiary for
eighteen months has been pardoned
by the Governor. Old age and ill
health wore the grounds on which
the pardon was asked for.
Mr. John E. Partlow,of Green
wood county, in attempting to walk
Southern Railway bridge in the
town of Greenwood, fell t? the
ground, about twenty-three feet,
badly breaking many bones, some
j of which protruded from the flesh.
I He is thought to bu fatally injured.
j He is about sixty years of age, and
j well-known to th?; people of this
j sect ion.
.'Extract ol' Bat Juice."
Last week a gentlemau of this
city, while riding on Mic train, met
up with '?Citizen" Josh Ashley.
The conversation turned upon the
dispensary question, and Mr. Ash
ley made a statement that will be
a revelation to people who buy
"liquor from that institution. Or
rather, we should Bay, in the light
of Mr. Ashley's revelations, con
centrated extract of "rat juice"
for this is what Mr. Ashley calls
it. Before proceeding with the
story, we will say for the benefit
of those who are not acquainted
with Mr. Ashley, that he is a sub
stantial farmer of unquestionable
veracity and a member of the Leg
islature. He said that he recently
visited the State dispensary in or
der to observe the bottling process.
The machinery of this department
failing to work smoothly, it became
necessary to ascertain the nature
of the obstruction. The big vats
iuto which the liquor is poured
aud where it is diluted with water
We do not know whether or not
a drag net was used; but the re
sult of the examination was that
Commissif.ner Vance made a
"haul" not of blind tiger stuff, but
of dead rats and mice-about two
bushels "i all, and the scum was
as green as ever you "seed" on a
mud hole in summer time. Thi .
is the story as told to us and
vouched for by Mr. Ashley. When
you buy another bottle of "liquor"
from the Sumter dispensary, ex
amine it critically, aud perhaps
fie presence of a stray hair or two
may serve to convince you that
what you have bought should realy
be iabeled "chemically pure" rat
On Friday, March 3rd, our commu
nity was saddened by the death of Mrs.
Ida Brooks, wile of .Mr. J. W. Brooks,
and daughter of Mr. H. li. Tucker. For
live weeks she liad been dangerously
ill and suffered intensely, but bore it
nil with remarkable patience and
t/tuistian fortif!.J.e. She bad the best
medical skill, the untiring devotion of
a devoted husband, who never left her
bed-side. AJI that loving parents and
friends could do, was done for her re
covery; but God knew best, and in His
wisdom saw lit to take her horne, where
there is no more sickness, sorrow, nor
death. She expressed herself as being
anxious to be spared to her loved ones,
but that she was trusting in Jesus!
How we prayed that her life might be
spared, but we know lie doe!h all
tilings well, and we can only say 'Thy
will be done.
Mrs. Brooks was a lady of rare cul
ture and refinement-to know her was
to love her. Indeed weall loved her
Her funeral was conducted by Kev. J.
T. Littlejohn at the Modoc Baptist
church on Sunday at H o'clock, and the
large crowd of sorrowing frisnds, both
white and colored, that attended shows
?he high esteem in which she was held.
She leaves eight children, one an in
fant six weeks old, who will never
know a mother's love. How she will
be missed in that home. How hard it
seams, but. we know tlu;t a loving
Father has sent this alliiction. ile
alone can heal the wound.
To the heart-broken busland, father,
mother and children, we can only say,
look upward and trust in the Lord.
May He bless this allliction o the
good of the bereaved ones, is the earn
est prayer of A FRIEND.
Modoc, S. C.
An Act to declare the law in
relation to temination of rental
Section 1. Be it enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of
of South Carolina, That from and
after the passage of this Act should
any- tenant for years or 'lesser
period remove from any demised
premises before the expiration of
the term for which said premises
were demised, leased or rented,
then, and in any such case, the
rent (which would be earned up to
to the end of the month in which
the tenant leaves) shall be
immediately due aud payable, and
it shall be lawful for the landlord,
at any time within five days after
the removal of such tenant, to
issue his distress want' for such
an amount as may be due up to the
expiration of the month in which
said tenant leaves the.premises.
Approved Februry 15, A D 1899.
W. H. ELLERBE, Governor.
AVAVTKD-One yoke Oxen. Apply
at this office.
How to Find Out^
Fill a bottle or common glass
with your water and let it stand
twenty-four hours : a sediment or
settling indicates an unhealthy
eonditLii of the kidneys; if it
stains, your linen it is evidence of
kidney trouble; too frequent do
sire to pass it or pain in the bajkj
is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder are out of
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowl
edge so often expressed, that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great,
kidney remedy fulfills every wish
in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, livnr, bladder and
every part'of the urinary passage.
It corrects inability .to hold water
and'scalding pain in passing it, or
bad effects following usc of liquor,,
wine or beer, and overcomes that
?npleaoo?t necessity of being com
pel led to, go of ten, during the nifjht.
The mild and the extraordinary
effe?t of Swamp-Root is soon real
ized. It -strnds the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing oases. If you need a med
icine you should have the best.
Sold by druggists in fifty ceut and
one dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bdttle
of this wonderful discovery and a
book that tells more about it, both
sent absolutely free by mail, ad
dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y. When writing mention
that you read this generous offer
iu the Edgefield ADVERTISER-.
The Young Alan-"Gracie, what
is it your father sees in me to
object to, darling?" ~f4_'r
The Young Woman (wiping
away a tear)-l'He don't see any
thing in you, Algernon, that's why
A competitive examination will
be held at Blackville, Barnwell
county, on the 27th of May next
to nominate a suitable candidate
for cadet8hip at the U. S. Military
Academy at West Point from the
Second Congressional District of
South Carolina. Applicants will
be examined .in tho following
branches: Reading, Writing, Or
thography, Arithmetic, Grammar,
Geography, and History. The sec
ond highest will be appointed al
ternate. Applicants are required
to be at least five feet high, physi
cal ly sound, and of good moral
character. The appointment must
be made by ?he 1st July, 1899, and
the term of the ouccessful candi
date will begin at Wfast Point in
June, 1900. Age of applicants
must be between 17 and 22. Ap
plir-u?e can apply on the day of
examination. Any further infor
mation may be obtained by writing
the Secretary of war.
W. J. TALBERT,
M. C. 2nd Dist.,S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Court of Commou Pleas.
E. B. Robinson, Anna Robinson,
et al., Plaintiffs,
Geo. W. Robinson, as Administra
tor, et al., Defendants.
All persons holding claims
against the estate of Geo. W. Rob
inson, deceased, pursuant to the
order in the above stated cause,
are hereby required to prove the
same before me as Master on or
before th s 29th day of April, 1899,
or thev will be debarred.
W. F. ROATH,
March 29, '99. Master E. C.
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
Headstones, Coping, Iron and Wire
WRITE OR CALL AND SEE ME.
Cor. Washington and Ellis Sts.
A ?argi- stock of finished work al
ways on hand ready for lettering.
Price? always right.
Ladies desiring a contented
nud happy old age shold use Sim
mons Squaw Vine or Tablets,
yjmmenciug at 40 years old con- (
linue during "Chango of Life." a
Summons for h^l!ef
Complaint Not Ser veo/?
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL*T??A.
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
Court of Commou Pleas.
S. J. M, Cox, Sr., and S. J. M. Cox,
Jr., by S. J. M. Cox, Sr., as his
guardian ad litem, Plaintiffs,
Mark Cox, Mar}' Cox, Wm. Cox
andL. G. Cox, Defendants.
To the Defendants Mark Cox,
Mary Cox, Wm. Cox and L. G.
You are hereby summoned and
revuired to answer the Complaint
in* this action, which is fled in the
office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for the said county,
j??-to serve a copy of your answer
to the said Complaint on the sub
scribers at their o^ice in the town
of Edgefield, S. C., within twenty
days after tho service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such service ;
and if you fi?l to answer the Com
plaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief de
?gfi?ded in the complaint.
5 '.Edgefield, S. C., Jan. 20, 1S99.
CROFT & T?LLMAN.
To the Defendant L". G. Cox:
Take notice that the Summons
and Complaint in the above enti
tled action, of which copies are
herewith served upon you, have
been filed in the office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas for
Edgefield county, in the State of
Dated this 20th January, 1899.
CROFT & TILLMAN,
Test : JOHN B. HILL,
CC. C. P.
The Farmers Bank
OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Statement of the condition -at the
close of business March 14,1899.
Loans and Discounts. $117,639.39
Bank Building-anil fixtures, 4,040.00
Other Real Estate (90acres; 75.00
Cash in Other Banks. 15.017.71
Cash in Van lt. 15,690.60
Paid-up Capital. $57,921.63
^Undivided Profits. 6,957.56
Dividends Unpaid. 175.50
Bills Payable. ]0,000.00
I, J. L. CAUOHMAN, Cashier of T-.e
Farmers Bank of Edgefield, S. C., do
solemnly swear that the above is a
true and correct statement to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. L. C AUG H XI AN, Cashier.
: Sworn to before me this the 15th day
of March, 1S99.
EDWIN H. FOLK. [h. S.]
Notary Public for S. C.
orrect-li test :
-5 W. F. ROATH,
- ? Enwxx H. FOLK;
'P"; Tnos. H; RAINSFOED.
STATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EPGEFIELD.
iW. A. Merritt vs. Joel Swearingen
and B. B. Swearingen.-Execu
By virtue of au execution i;o rn3
directed in the above stated cause,
I will proceed to sell at public out
cry at Edgefield C. H., S. C., on the
first Monday in April, A. D. 1899,
(being 3rd day of the month), the
following described property:
' One tract of land containing
one hundred acres, more or less, on'
South Ed is to River, bounded by
laud? of J. M.Bush, Mary Bush,
Winfield Scott, and others. Levied
upon as the property of the De
fendants Joel Swearingen and B.
Terms cash. Titles extra.
W. H. OUZTS,
March 6th, '99. S. E. C.
in Cotton for sale
will take it to the
Cotton Mill. Mr. H.
A. Smith is with the
Cotton Mill now and
will be glad to buy
all cotton brought in
Anvone send! ng a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probnbly patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest aeency for sccurlnp patents.
Patents taken throuuh Munn & Co. receive
sp?cial notice, without chnrcc, in tho
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NINE EXPERIENCED TEACHERS
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Who give their entire time to the Institution,
besides other teachers who teach in the school
from two to three hours daily.
THE. COURSE OF STUDY
In all Departments is thorough and our gradu
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county in South Carolina.
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Are drilled daily and are well supplied with
guns and military accoutreiaente.
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PART OF THE STATE.
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.flBF* Write or Call at the Institute for Descriptive CirciHn/
I N. K. BAILEY, President.
?PGEEIELD, 8- C.
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JOHNSTOJST s. c.
Furniture and Household Goods
Wagons, Buggies, Harriss, Saddles, Etc
LHAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
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Calls bjVrelephone promptly^answered and attended to.
L E. PADGETT. E. J. NORRIS.
PADGETT & NORRIS,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Represent Only the Best Stock Companies.
Losses. Promptly . Adjusted.
PHILADELPHIA UNDERWRITERS (IffgBJtil?M?Ca.)
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA,
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE,
iE TN A LIFE,
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY CO. ACCIDENT INS.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO.
FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA.
' " AMERICAN FIRE OF PHILADELPHIA.
MT WE WRITE BOTH TOWN AND COUNTRY RISKS.
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EEG-EFIELD, S. C.
fl Special Feature.
General Contracting, Etc.
>lans and Specifications Upon Application.
SEE US AND GET PRICES BEFORE
Patronize Home Enterprise,