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Edgefield, S. C.
A Russian-Chinese war that
may in vol /e creation, is now falked
Fine wheat has been grown this
even as low down as the coast
counties of South Carolina and
The acreage in cotton is more
than a million acres greater than
last year as estimated by Latham
Alexander & Co New York.
The stockholders of the
Lancaster cotton 'mills have decid
ed to increase this stojk from
$150,000 to $1,000,000, from 12,000
spindles to 62,000.
S. C. C; I. FOR 1900.
Ere these lines shall be read, the
South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute will have closed its doors
for the season, and the bright
faces which made Edgefield a
sunnier town and a happier abid
ing place, will have scattered their
smiles and cheer over South Caro
line, and other States. What is
read wili only be a lingering rem
niscence of a delightful past
whioh finite minds would feign
recall and live over again. But if
we hold it not in our grasp, as the
preeent, it is at least secure to us,
fqr the past is our own. Nothing
can drive away the gleam of satis
faction and pleasure which re
main to us, and nothing will sup
plant it in the memory till we
possess a successor to it ?rom the
same happy source.. Our hopes
are quickened by the idea that the
students who leave Edgefield, in
pondering their past will be so
T?u&m' by its magnetic influence
that the future will grant them all
to us again, when the South Caro
lina Co-Educational Institute be
gins its next session on the last
Thursday in September, 1900.
The piano quartette opening the
morning entertainment was ren
dered by Misses Madge Mays,
Maxcie Sheppard, Flossie Morrall,
and Mary Lillie Fisher.
The gold medal offered to the
best declaimer in the intermediate
claBS was competed for by the fol
lowing young men : Messrs Hardy,
"Pride of a Nation;" Wade Entz
minger;" Robert Emmett's Last
Speech;" Alonzo McMillan, "Lib
erty and Union;" Gordon Quat
tlebaum, "Return of the Confed
erate Soldier;" Mr. Bailey, "Ed
ucation." The race in the contest
was hardly won, but the judges de
cided that, the reward was due
to Mr. Quattlebaum.
i The high order of musical taste,
and capacity exhibited during the
entertainments does magnificent
homage to the Institution, a mani
festation of this was a piane quar
tette by MisseB Curran Hartley,
Sallie Parker, Ret Sheppard, and
The address of th J day was
made by Senator Aldrich, of Barn
well, who n:ade a deep impression
on the people of Edgefield by his
wonderful evidences of a profound
mind, and his eloquent utterances
His face indicates a perfecct sin
cerity and a masterful courage.
Senator Aldrich did honor to him
self and to Edgefield in giving
them his best, and he did not over
estimate his audience for he was
appreciated. Having ably dis
cussed the subject of education in
general and the schools of South
Carolina in particular, chiefly the
South Carolina College and Clem
son College, he congratulated the
citizens of Edgefield on the "cen
tre of learning" among them. He
said that "the commodious and
handsome structure which is now
used as the South Carolina Co
EducatioDai Institute had been
built for purposes of business.
Happy and fortunate for the peo
ple of Edgefield this business en
terprise failed, and that providence
brought to Edgefield that :Achiles
of education, President F. N. K. |
Bailey/ . Marat, the French j
philosopher, once said that one
idea was worth more than a thou
sand lives. What then can he
said of him who causes to flow
foi th ten thousand thoughts
whence not one has come before?
Edgefield can do nothing less than
yield5 honor, continual honor, to
this great man,"
A piano solo by. Miss- Ret; Shep
pard and a duett by Misses Wil
liams and Sallie Rbuntree con*
eluded the morning's enjoyments
TUEBDAY' AFTEBNOON. ' '
Tuesday afternoon at 6 o'clock
the public was invited to witness
the military parade on the. square,
and this broad invitation was zeal
ously accepted, as the cloudB of
dust and crowds of people who were
on the street fully exemplified.
The annual concert took place
on Tuesday evening, which waB the
only entertainment for which an
admission fee was- asked. It seem
ed that this charge for admission
gave a peculiar zest to the occasion,
and if possible, the hall r/as more
crowded than at any previous en
tertainment. An instrumental sex
tette by Misses Eloise Anderson,
Mattie Entzminger, Leila Hamil
ton, Zana Timmerman, Bertha
! Briggs, and Sallie Rountree was
I the fir?t feature of the program.
Tableaux were interspersed
among the other enjoyable events
of the evening, one of which was
called "Jacob's Ladder," composed
of the little children of the Kin
dergarten, a beautiful "represen
tation of the angels of light, with
whom only babes in this world
can be compared.
Miss Lillie Sheppard is rapidly
becoming a brilliant performer on
the piano. A solo requiring both
skillful technique, and musical
soul, which she so exquisitely ren
dered, gave great emphasis to the
possession of unusual talent.
Miss Eloise Anderson, in sing
ing "The Lost Chord," brought
out with depth of feeling the sad
sentiments of the poet from whose
heart and soul emanated such
gems of sorrowful reflection, bit
ter yet sweet.
A beautiful vocal quartette fol
lowed, "Where Lillies grow," sung
by Misses Bailey. Susie Toole, Lu
cretia Brunson, Sallie Walker,
Messrs. Quattlebaum aud Brails
A novelty always acceptable
lo the audience was a mandolin
'solo from Miss Maxcie Sheppard
with piano accompaniment by
Miss Marcie Gwaltney.
Miss Lefia Hamilton with her
wonderful voice haf already be
come known to Edgefield as a
vocalist of great power, and
sweetness. She bids fair to become
more and mor? a marvel with the
ripening years. A vocal solo from
her enchanted the audience at
thia time followed by a piano
quartette by Misses Marcie Gwalt
ney, Lillie Sheppard, Ret Shep
pard, and -Mary Holston.
Miss McCravoy of Spartauburg,
a graduate of Converse College,
has for several months had obarge
of the classes m elocution at the
South Carolina Co-Education al
Institute. During the evening ehe
recited two selections, both pf
which displayed her varied powers
as an elocutionist, She is one bf
the few who with a natural grace
can express comedy or pathos,
omitting those artifical stagey
effects, which take the charm
from eo much that is otherwise
good. M?BS McCravey will be the
teacher of elocution ID the Institute
for the ensuing year.
A contest for the medal to be
given tc the young man best drill
ed in the manual of arms, resulted
in the bestowal of the medal upon
Mr. Calhoun Mays.
The entertainment of Wednes
day morning was pleasantly com
menced with a mandolin duett by j
Miss Maxcie Sheppard and Mr.
Robert Black, a brother of Mrs. F.
N. K. Bailey.
The gold. medal to bo given for
the best declaimer of the Junior
class was competed for by Messrs.
Arthur and Calhoun Mays and Mr.
M. G. Smith. The declamation of
Mr. Smith was an original com
position intelligently delivered.
The subject was "Decision of
Character," and suited the char
acter and temperament of the
A druggist in Macon, Ga., says: "I
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Morning sickness and nervousness are
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young man who treated it.
him the judgesawardod themed
a fitting reward for his earnest a
worthy effort. ,
Miss Julia Tompkins, who re
dered a piano solo, is another
Mies Gwaltney's pupils who I
made rapid strides as a musicii
v "A medal was offered in I
Pierian Literary society to t
young man who made the m<
rapid impiovement in orato
This medal was presented
The Gwaltney Literary socie
also offered a medal for the sai
purpose, which was given to A
W. A. Nelson. Another medal w
offered by Mr. S. E. Smith to t
yoong man who improved most
public speaking from March t
commencement. Mr. Hardy w
the recipient of this honor.
A piano duett by Misses Sal
Bailey and Em Williams prepar
the way for the address before t
Alumni - Alumna? Association
which was delivered by Mr. Harl
bf the class of '98.
The public was invited to vii
the Institute on Wednesday aftt
noon to see the art exhibit. Mi
Eliza Mims haH had charge
this department during the pa
scholastic year, and has certain
made manifest her capacity as i
instructor by ;he number at
quality of specimens displayed
the art roome. Notable were dra<
ings by Edwardiua Blalock, Ell?
Dunovant, Nadine Smith, a?
Lillie May Bailey, and oil pain
ings by Mrs. Bailey, Misses E
Williams, Sudie Davin, Nellie Hi
and Lillian Phillips.
The Opera House waB crowd*
on Wednesday evening to be pre
ent at the farewell exercises i
commencement, to bear and s1
the members of the Senior elm
for the last time.
. A chorus bv the full chorus clai
was the first enlivening scene, sn
coeded by a brilliant piano du
rendered by Mrs. Bailey and Mil
. The program of each succes8i\
evening seemed to grow better, an
so it seemed that the best was ri
served to the last. It may ha\
been that it waa because the di
lights of the season were fleein
from us, and that WP felt that the
were departing from our visio
forever, that the nearer we aj
proached the end tue more full i
appreciation we t>2carfte.
Air: Gordou Quattlebaum t-an
"Thy Sentinel am I."
Miss Susie Toole, of Willistoi
of the graduating class, read tb
salutatory, Mrs. Jowers, of Clark
Hill, was class historian, au
Lieut. W. D. Posey, of Trenton, de
livered the valedictory.
Some other delightful feature
of the entertainment were a come
solo by Rev. P. P. Blalock, and
vocal solo by Miss Eliza Mims. i
piano quartette by Mis?es Salli
Bailey, Minnie Rambo, Lillia
Phillips, and Mary Ann F?lle
was an addition to the program.
The address before the gradual
ing class from Rev. Mr. Buck
hoitz, of Chester, was one of th
most magnificent dissertations o
character which has ever bee
heard in Edgefield. No one cou 1
have listened thoughtfully durin
the fifty minute? that,he spok
without being raised higher ii
ideal and character. The contac
with such noblemen is of grea
worth and gives a marvellous im
peius forward to the individua
who is thus reached, *to commenc
a braver struggle, to become i
A medal is presented every yea
to a student for best scholarship
in the collegiate department
There were three who stood so wei
that it was by a shade of different
that Mr. Calhoun Mays came firs
and won the medal. The othei
two were Carroll Maree, of Char
leston, and M?BS Pearl Hariing, ol
Edgefield county. The medal foi
most punctual attendance to al
duties was awarded to Miss Zane
Timmerman. Medals for penman
ship were given Mies Bertha Briggt
and Miss Pearl Hariing; forth?
best military conduct to Mr. Alonzc
McMillan, of Barnwell county.
The first honor medal in tnt
Senior class was presented to Mrs
Jowers by Col. C:oit, of Aiken.
On Saturday evening during
commencement the literary socie
ties held a joint meeting. It wae
decided that on this occasion there
should be a ready speakers contest.
The young men who desired tc
volunteer ae competitors for the
medal offered for the beBl im
promptu speech were retired from
the chapel, and the subjeet was
chosen during their absence. Only
one young man was admitted at a
time. And the subject, "Co-edu
cation," was announced to him.
The judges considered all the
speeches good, which were made
by the folluwing eight who volun
teered to make a trial : Messrs.
Wade Eutzminger, W. D. Roberts,
Calhoun Mays, B. D. Thames,
Robert Entzminger, E. W. Hardy,
Wm. Byrd, and G. T. Asbill. The
judges deemed it their pleasant
privilege to testowupon Mr. Wade
Eutzminger the honor of receiviug
this medal. This perhaps if not
the best is at least the most trying
test of a young man's ability as &
The only unfortunate circum
stance, attending the season ol'
commencement, was the necessary
absence of Dr. L. R. Gwaltney, ont
of the most beloved and honored
instructors in the faculty of the
South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute, He was missed as few
others could have been mies^d.
During all the delightful exercise?
his presence was wanting, and thc
joys of the occasion were thus not
as full aa they might otherwise
President Bailey in his remarkh
at the closing of the graduating ex
ercises said that he had made all
his arrangements to remain in
Edgpfield for five yearB longer.
The town of Edgefield has ar
ranged matters to bis satisfaction
find five years does not limit his
stay among us, bur. he has made
dei! uite arra ngemen ts forfhat
length.of time. >A number of new
teachers will bo added to the
faculty next year among them
Prof. Hinnaut, co-superintendent
of the johnston Institute. Among
the faculty will be graduates from
the following schools: Columbian
University. Richmond. College,
College of Kentucky, Lucy Cobb
Institute, Shorter College, Central
College of New York, the Citadel,
Furman University. Greenville
Female College, Charleston Fe
male Semioary, and the South
Caiolina Co-Educational Institute.
The Edgefield R. A. L, Club respect
fully nominates Capt. Gus WHITE, an
old war worn veteran, for the office of
County Dispenser, subject to the rules
of the Democratic primary. |
I am a candidate for County Dis
penser. I vc ill abide the results of the
democratic primary and support all its
nominees. JESSE W. DOBN.
I am a candidate for County Dispen
ser. 1 will abide the result of the pri
mary and support all the nominees of
the democratic party.
THAD. C. STROM.
To the Vo:ers of Edgefield County :
? respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for County Dispenser and
pledge myself to abide,the result and
to support all the nominees of the
A VOIIY BLAND.
I will be a candidate for re-election
t.o Cona-ress from the Second Congres
sional District subject to the rules and
r?gul?t ions of the oemocratic party.
W. .1 A s i-KU TALBERT.
GEORGE DOOGLAS ROUSE, of Char
leston, is Hereby nominated as a can
didate for Adjutant and inspector
General, and is pledged to abide the
result of the democratic primary.
To my Fellow Citizens :
I am grateful for the honors that
you have conferred upon mein the
past; and I will endeavor to deserve
yonr confidence m the future. I there
fore announce that I am a candidate
for re-eiecrion to the State Senate. I
will abide the result of the primary
election and will support all the nom
inees of the democratic party.
J. C. SHEPHARD.
HOUSE OF REPRNSENTATIVES.
I respectfully announce myself as:tT
candidate for membership to the
House of Representatives, and pledge
myself to abide the result and to sup
port the nominees of the democratic
primary. THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
I am a candidate for the House of
Representativss. I will abide the re
sult of the primary and support all the
nominees of the party.
If. A. STROM.
Jam a candidate for the House of
Representatives. I will abide there
suit of the primary and support all the
nominees of the democratio party.
M. P. WELLS.
1 am a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives. I will
abide the result of the primary and
will support the nominees of the party.
N. G. EVANS.
I am a candidate for the lower
House of Kepresetative. I will abide
the result of the primary election and
support the nominees.
P. B. MAYSON.
CLERK OP COURT.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for Clerk of the Court. Will
abide the result of the primary and
support the nominees of the same.
JOHN B. HILL,
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for re-election to the office
of Sheriff of Edgefield county. I will
abide the result of the primary elec
tion and support all nominees of the
democratic party. W. H. OUZTS.
thereby announce that I am a can
didate for Sheriff of Edgefield county.
I will abide the result of the primary
and support the nominees of the dem
ROBERT L. D?NOVANT.
' Superintendent of Education.
I am a candidate for re-election tc
the office of Superintendent of Educa
tion for Edgefield Couniy. My recon
is before you, and if elected I promisf
you my best services in all educations
interests intrusted fo me. I will abidi
the result of .the democratic primay
and support all the nominees of the
same, A R. NICHOLSON.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Superintendent of Educa
tion of Edgefield County. I will abide
the result of the democratic primary
and support the nominees of the party.
JAS. T. HIMS.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for reelection to the office
of Auditor of Edgefield county. I will
abide ?he result nf the primary elec
tion and ?upport nil nominees of the
J. B. IIAI.TIWANGER,
I ninachtididate for County Auditor.
I will abide the result of the primary
and support all the nominees of the
party. OSCAR BURNETT.
I am a candidate for the office of Au
ditor of Edgefield county. I will abide
the results of the democratic primary
and support all the nominees of the
party. HENRY C. WATSON.
1 am a candidate for County Treas
urer. I will support all the nominees
of the party and abide the result o: the
CHRIS M. WILLIAMS.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, will abide by the
result of the primary and *upport all
the nominees. S. B. MAYS.
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In deference to the resolution of the
County Executive Committee I an
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live. I will abide the result of the
primary and support the nominees of
the party. L. (?. BELL.
I am a candidate for re-election to'
thf office of County Supervisor. If
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all nominees of the democratic party
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D. D. PADGETT.
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B. F. BLANTON. !
In deference to the .resolution of the
County Executive Committee, I an
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office of Master For Edgefield oounty.
I will abide the results of the
pri ir ar es and support the nominees
of the party. W. F. ROATH.
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I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of Coroner. I will abide the
result ot the primary and support its
nominees. T. E. BYRD.
TO the Voters of Edgefield County :
I am a candidate for Coroner cf the
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Elect roe and I will love and serve you
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abide the result of the primary.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OP EDGEFIELD.
IQ the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Mr. J. E. Johnson
has made suit to me to grant him
J Letters of Administration, of the
(estate and effects of Miss Julia
A. Johnson, dee'd.
These are, tuerefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of tho said
Miss Julia A. Johnson, dee'd. that
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgeneld C. H.. S. C., ou the 20th
day ot June next, after publi
cation thereof, at ll o'clock iu tho
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under ray hand the 4ih
^^-s j duy of June, A.
J SEAL. f D. 1900, and publish
' s-*-v^v ed iQ the ADVERTISER
J nw ?th, 1900.
J. D. ALLEN,
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IN COLD AND SILVER.
For immediate delivery or made to order on short notice.
Write for prices.
IWm. Schweigert & Co., Jewelers,
COZJUJ?L&TJL, s. c.
A. B., B. S., A. M., LL.B., L.I. Courses, Spring Coursrs free for
Teachers. Fourteen Professors; 33.000 volumes in library ; excellent
laboratories, class rooms, gymnasium, infirmarv, athletic grounds.
Tuition $40, other fees $18, a session ; tuition remitted . to needy stu
dents. Expenses $135 to $175 a session. Certified Pupils fi ora forty
five Ace: edited Schools enter its Freshman Class without examina
Entrance and Normal Scholarenip Examinations held at every
county seat, Friday, July 20,1900, by County Superintendents.
Next session opens Sept, 2G, 1900. For catalogue addre s,
B\ C. WOODWARD, President.
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET,
(OLD AUGUSTA Music HOUSK.)
Orders for tuning promptly attended to.
Hearts ! Hearts ! Hearts!
SOLID STERLING SILVER HEARTS,
10c. 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Your Initials Engraved Free.
SOLID GOLD HEARTS,
75c to $8.00 ENGRAVED FREE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAE OEDEBS.
PRONTA?T'S JEWELRY STORE, ,
ffl 626 BR6AD STREET, A?6HSTA, GA. _Jj
Allays irritation, Aids Digesta,
Regulate the Bowell,
Strengthens the Child.
Makes Teething Easy.
TEETH! NA Relieves the Bow J
Troubles of Children o?
Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, ANY AGE.
Or mall 25 cents to C. -J, N10FFETT, M. D.t ST. LOU 18, MO?
AT HALF PRICE.
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your aUABCKB ?nd O RDM
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wright ?nd ag?, state number
of Indies around body or
limb at each letter shown In
cut and send to ns with our
8PICUL PRICK. We will make
the (roods to order from the
Terr flatft trash rabbar ?laitlj
autetial, ffnarantoe a jerfcetM and
If you do not Cud Ti perfectly
r&tiifactory and equal to Roods
othors get double the prico for,
return at our expense and wo will
refund your money.
OUR SPECIAL PRICE J^*"
.lutle think stockist, A to I, ?7. 50;
tI.Uk l?n;lBf, C to!, ?6.00| thigh
Dice?, Oto I, ?2.60| kare ?loeUn?,
A to?, ?fi.OOl kate l?tC<afi C toO,
C4.00| kore <>P, K to 0, $2.00|
ga rt rr sloeklag, A to K, f 3.00; gan rr
UtnlsSi C to K, 82.00; anklet, A ta C.
?? OOi akdowlaal bflt, K to Fl, 810.00. COTT0S ELABTTC
S0?D8. 05K.TIUBD LISS. Sporlal Co?rcd EU.ll? Ab.io.loaJ
BoDDorUr. made of toit Hilo thread, Interwoven with
proucted rubber thready lach? wide, 82.00,10 ?neb?,
hs 9ii ll laakM, 82.60. Write for Surgery Catalogue.
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., (Inc.), CHICAGO. IU.
SEND 50 C,ENTS-:
and we will
?icitdyon thia Violin Outfit
by express CO.D. subject
to examination. ThlsrloHn
ls a Oeoala* Htradh.rios Hodel, made of old *co!, curly
maplo back and sidos, top of seasoned pico, rpecinllr
selected for violins, rd J*. Inlaid wltk pnrrtUr, in-.: o>?lity
.bony Cal.bod trimming THIS IS A SS.O?
VIOlIM, beautifully finished, hlirlily poli-hetl.Tiith>|.iw
did tua. <|DalIt7. Complete with a geauia. Brm ?1 nuud Towrie
?odd bow, 1 extra act of airing*, a ural, wrl! a?d?,*1o.la
ea?*, larga pirco of nala, aad no of th- brit oma** ?raia
laitroetlna booka pobllihod. TOC CAS HUKHCK IT at y.mr
rip re sa office, and if found exactly ?J reprcrictit> il .fid
the grrali >t bargain 70a rrrraaw or Brant of, y.ny tl-? i
press agent S3.75 leastheSOcent deiottlt.?
ei|>rcaiebargra, antlllieoalntlayoar*, , .
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER.
foll wo will giro ooo l.ltrTCdflMirrrboard charl. whluL call !.?
adjusted to any violin without chautrma fir instm
ment and will prove a valuable sruldot i l?'.-r.r.er>.:.nc
we will alw> allow the instrument to bficuiri.e<li>t'trra
days'trial if not found entirely satN:..ct.>ry iiierrry
respect. Satltfaetlao guanatrrd or Kasey irljodrd >.? tolL
Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (to.#i,fogn.
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