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Ed eefield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, AUG 8.
^? v? LOCAL AID PERSONAL. f
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The crops are beginning--to need
. . rain badi j..
Mrs Judge Charlton lias returned
from Glenn Springs.
Mrs Mary Eliza Rawson, of Albany,
Ga., is visiting friends in our town.
The first county campaign meeting
will be held at Red Hill on next Satur
Court will adjourn to-day, Wednes
day, for the unveiling ceremonies,
from 41 a. m. to 3 p. m.
r ! i We publish the list of managers this
week. Some of them are dead, hut
that don't make any difference.
Tbe prospects for a fairjday to-mor
row, the unveiling day, are good as
also is tbe promise of r big gatheriug.
. Judge Klugh p: esides at our.present
term of court. The judge, while one
of our youngest, is also one of the
ablest of cur juayes.
. dim Wood is oh a visit to his friends
. * in Edgefleld and the R. A. L. Ciub
t hat is to say me Royal Arch League
Mr W. R. Parks was in town this
week. Boh is grinding a great deal of
. ? wheat in his roller mill, in fact he is
. ruuning it day and right.
Baker & Smith, of Augusta, are rep
utable and reliable cotton men. Their
immense warehouse is cn Reynolds,
Campbell, and Jones streets. See their
advertisement in another column.
. Candidates ' who have not ordered
? their tickets printed would best do so
'at once for at the last the rush may cut
you out entirely. Prices of tickets at
; the Advertiser office; $1.50 ora single
' thousand, $2.50 for two thousand, $3.50
for three thousand.
At the meeting of the Executive
Committee on Monday of this week the
following resolution was paseed : ''Any
ticket voted at the primary whether
block, written or printed, shall be
counted, if legal in every other way."
This resolution allows candidates to
have their own tickets printed, and of
course the wise ones will do so.
Miss Rosa Strom, daughter of our
fellow townsman, Thad C. Si rom, was
one of the prettiest of the 600 sponsors
at the Greenwood re-union Aug. 2-3.
Speaking of these sponsors the Green
wood Journal says: "The beauty of
the sponsors and maids of honor was
. the subject of remark by the old sol
diers. One old man got ?ip early yes
terday morning with it ou his mind.
He said South Carolina had the pret
tiest women in the world. We agree."
Ground was broken Tuesday morn
; iUjg for the erection^ of4/the $50,000
; building: at Clear Waler, a new station
} about one and a half miles from Bath
[ on tlie C. C. & A. division of the South
j ern road. Mr T. ?: Brown bas the
. contract for its construction, and it is
? expected that the bleachery will be in
operation by February next. The
brick to be used in the building will
; b? made uear the site.-Aiken Journal
This bleachery is on Col O. F. Cheat
ham's place. We believe Os has struck
As we understand the matter all
candidates for cpunty offices must file
their pledges oe or before Saturday of
this week. If you have not already
done so you can cover the ground at
me Red Hill campaign meeting next
Saturday, or you can file your pledge
with W. W. Adams, T. H. Rainsford,
N.G.Evans, in fact with any of the
executive committee, or anybody else
in or on this beautiful mudhole of
tears. However, please remember that
the date of filing, Saturday, Aug. 11th,
is the one thins: you must not forget, j
. But if you should be sick on that day
or having fits, you can file your affl
davitt to that effect, and you will go
.through like a house on tire, and under
the circumstances the Advertiser will
guarantee your election.
Talladega, Ala., Aug. 19, 1899.
MR. M." JACKSON, Agent McCor
mick Mower, Talladega, Ala.
Dear Sir: I am well pleased
with the Mower recently purchased
from you. I had * few acres of
bottom laud that grows a very
heavy, tall stalk of corn and makes
me quite fifty bushels of corn to
the acre. Ou laying this crop by
at thetast plowing I sowed heavily
io peas. The continued rains made
these the heaviest and thickest
mass of corn, pea ?ines, native
grass, cockle burrs, etc., I ever
saw. Hrtviug suffered a loss of
some of my fodder and hay, I es
pecially desired to save this field
of hay if I could. To cut with
. grass blades, between the rows o'
corn, seemed almost imposible. I
conceived the idea of eui ting the
whole thing down, com stalks and
all, but the neighbors said I could
not do ii-said no machine made
. would cut the ma6S. I thought
over the matter, and remembered
that you bad told me that the Mc
Cormick would cut anything, so 1
hitched up my team and started it.
I was so surprised at the ease with
which it cot the grass, that I won
dered why I doubted its successful
work. Not a bobble nor a baik
did my machine make and not a
corn stalk or a blade of grass was
left in thewbole field. My Mower
it a daisy, and no machine in the
world could do better work, and
no words of mi?e shall ever spare
F. M. BURK.
I|P :, Visiting Cards,
Job Work of all kinda at this
EARLY FLAT DUTCH,
. GOLDEN BALL,
PURPLE TOP STRAP LEAF,
RUTA BAGA. .
-T^Orc SAEG BY
W. E. LYNCH
SELLS THE BEST SHOES . ,-, .
ON EARTH FOR THE MONEY.
If .you want Good Shoes Cheap, do not fail to see him. Call at
The Great Eastern Shoe:Company,
90 7 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA. G-JL.
REMINISCENCE OF 76.
WhEN WHITE SUPREMACY WAS ES
TABLISHED IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
AN INTERESTING INCIDENT
Of 'tue Famous Election in Edffe
field County -Mr. Jasper
Bush Tells .How He
Those who know anything about
the history of this State will re
call that there was au election in
1879, at which considerable voting
was done. A goodly number of
the votes cast were cwt at Edge
field court house ; in fact, it is con
ceded that Edgefield saved the day
for the democracy a ad the white
The election two years later, in
1378, was ?Iso fiercely contested.
It was indeed the crucial test,
as the negroes made a )a?t desper
ate effort to get back in power, and
it wa? only hy another super-hu
man effort ot 1 be whites that they
were prevented from doing so. In
this election, as m the one two
years before, Edgefield did her
Many stories have boen told
about the scenes-and incidents at
the election at Edg-.field, but The
Index reporter rhe other day heard
a new one, or at least one that has
never appeared in print. It is an
intereetiug story, and, best of all,
it is a true one'.
Mr Jasper Rush, who now lives
in Greenwood, was the hero of the
incident. Mr Rush is now about
'65 years old, grizzled and gray,
and in every respect comes up to
all that can be meaut bp the term
'a case." He was living ID Edge
field in 1878, and was probably a
little more of a "case" then than
he is now.
On the morning of the election
the negroes congregated early and
massed themselves arcund the bal
lot box. There were about 1,000
of them and they were packed 60
closely around the polls that the
whites were completely shut mt
in fact that was the scheme of the
legroes, to hold the polls as lcug
as possible aud thus prevent the
whites from voting.
The whites soon saw that some
thing had to be done or they would
lose the election, aud some of the
leaders were preparing for ai arm
ed attack, when Mr Rush stated
that, he believed he could run every
negro away from the polls without j
firing a single shot. He was laugb
? ed at at first, but after he unfolded
his plan it was agreed to let him
Mr Ru6h selected a few discreet
men aDd told them his plan iu de-1
tail and instructed them as to what
he wanted them to do. He then
went to a drug store and purchased
a st;ck of shaving soap, being par
ticular to specify "a kind that!
would lather freely." Cutting the
piece of soap in two, he put 1ftm
of it in his mouth and commenced f
chewidg vigorously... He soon had
a copious froth, pr lather/ arputd
his hps. and then added .. a pinch
of red dye stuff to give it the color
of blood. In the meantime fliosfc.
who had been posted had been
circulating among the whites ?nd
telling them what was coming, so
that they w?re in a measure pre
pared for what followed.
In a few minutes Mr Rush came
running wildly down the street,
frothing at the mjuth and appar
ently having a convulsion at every;
jump. Some commenced yelling,
"Madman ! Madmau ! .Hydropho
bia! Getou?of his way !" while
others closed in with him and a
seemingly terriffic struggle follow
ed, but Mr Rush over-powered
them all and kept on his wild- ca
reer, s.'ill foaming at the mouth
and snapping at everyone he pass
ed. He headed straight, for the j
The lamented Dr Bill Jennings
waa in the plot and was dancing
about in the crowd brandishing a
colossal horse pistol and shouting
at the top of his voice, "That mah
haB been bitten by a mad dog and
has hydrophobia. Get out of the
way and let me shoot him before
he bites somebody. It's the best
thing to do. Get out of the
and let me kill him before he
The remainder of the story is
beet told in Mr Rush's own words :
"When I got to tne negroes I put
my hand's on one's shoulders and
gave a jump and lauded on top of
the piK They were packed so
thick I couldn't got to the ground,
and I just, crawled around on the
heads and shoulders of the negroes
and chewed on my soap and spit
lather and suds all over the whole
business, all the time howling and
screaming worse than a wild cat.
"After J got started I thought I
would play tha game to the limit,
so I picked out the cl?an?st look
ing ear I could fiud and reached
down and got a good hold with my
Are upon us, but you can keep cool by wearing one of our Summrej
Suite? of Cashmeres, Worsteds, Flannels, Serges, or our Alpaca and
Serge Coats at before-the-rise prices.
Se? our Crash Suits at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 per Suit. Gingham
Coats at 50c, G5c and 75c.
Ladies' and Childi en's Oxfords and Strap Slippers
in all the latest styles with prices right.
Our stock of Pants, Hats and Furnishings always complete.
See our goods before buying, we can save you money.
DORIS: & MIMa
"EBA. Y" S'-OATE SHOES,
teeth and stayed. I figured
that the soap in my mouth would
keep me from suffering harm, and
I didn't much care how it affected
the negro. It wasn't many seconds
till the negroes stampeded and be
gan to scatter, and pretty soon the
one left was the one whoas ear was
clamped in my teeth. I pulled
him around the street a little,
same as you've seen a dog pull a
sow around by the ear, and gaye
him a final shake and let him go.
He went off like a shot, and then
the white people come up and we
started to voting, and-and-well,
we voted enough to carry the elec
"The negro who got bis ear in
my mouth went home and went tc
bed and swore he had been bitten
by a mad dog, and it to took all
the doctors in Edgefield to save
his life. I didn't suffer any bad
effects, and I'm here yet," and Mr.
Rush laughed as he walked off.
Washington, Ga., Nov. 16,1899.
F. M. MAGILL, Gen'l Agent Mc
Cormick H. M. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Dear Sir : The McCormick Corn
Shredder and Husker bought of
you last year has given me entire
satisfaction. The machine will
do all that is claimed for it,, and
more.. There are two other makes
of shredders in my neighborhood
-one a ^Bradley, the other I don't
remember the name of-but my
machine will do more work in one
day than both combined. I have
shredded and busked from 250 td
300 bushels per day.
I am feeding my phredded stalks
to 100 head of beef cattle that are
improving. I would not do.with
out a McCormick Shredder and
Husker for four times the cost of
the machine. For the past .seven
or eight years my feed bill hasruii
from $1,000 to $1,200 every winter..
Last winter I spent uot a nickel
for this sort of feed until the ist
of April, the cattle living entirely
on shredded corn italks, and I
will add that my last winter's cat
tle were the best that I ever ship
ped. The great trouble with cat
tle raising is carrying them
thiough tho winter without their
eating their heads off, but I am
confident that I have solved the
question of catt!-? raising for my
self, in using the McCormick
Shredder and Husker.
Yours very truly,
R. D. GALLOWAY.
Write for a Night.
I Mr. Editor: Would be glad you
I would state to the public through
your paper that for the accommo
dation of persons living at a dis
tance, Iwill engage nights to do
their grinding. All persons wish
ing a night will please write sev
oral days in advance naming num
t?'l?f bushels, etc" so that we
may name nigh ts.for tnem to come
tp'mjll. . -
You its'truly,. ..
W. R. PARKS.
Parksville, July 30?. :
Weather for July.
Weather Observer C. A. Long, of
Trenton, sends us the following
data of the weather for the month
just ended :
Latitude 33.45 ; Longitude 81.45
608 Ieet above mean sea-level.
Max. Temp. 95 ; date 6th.
Min. Temp. 69 ; date 13th.
Mean Temp. 81.6.
4.08 inches, which is 2.66 inches
less than the eight year average
for the mouth of July, and 1.83
inches less than the 7 year aver
age for the first -7 months of the
. County Campaign Meetings.
Red Hill, Saturday, August 11th.
Johnston, Wednesday,. Aug. 15.
Meeting Street, Saturday, ?Aug.
i8nh. .. ..?. t
Parksville, Wednesday, Aug.
: Rep?blica^ Thursday, Aug.
Edgefield, Saturday, Aug. 25th.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lercnc an. bit i c n ; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
' or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be bom
1 afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it Is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon lt. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as, men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
- The mild and the ' immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is coon realized. It is sold
by druggists', in fifty
cent and one dollar,
sizes. You may-have a I
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell
ing all .about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. _Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Hom? of Sw&mp-?oot
BEND US 35.00 ?.? ? i- "?1
antee ot pood faith anil wi
will non il jr nu any Brr proaf aar,
by freight, C. O. I)., but j?.-1 to
examination. Touton malu
lt at jaar fraiajbt depot and ll yon
And lt tbe equal of ?ny fire
proof combination lock Iron
.nd Etoel safe made and ibm
ear-third UM frica charted bj
ota.ri for I kt MM? dil and irai.,
pay your frWi.-tiC norene our
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frr 1 cht obarwea, lera th? tS?j
..nt wira order; otherwise return it at our expense
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CATALOGUE sad apodal liberal 0. O. l>. offer.
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702 Broad Street,
NOTICE is hereby given tba1
the undersigned attorneys
will make application unto Hon
|J.C. Klugh, Judge Presiding, at
Saluda C. H., South Carolina, on
the 22ndday of August, A. D. 1900,
for an order appointing J. D.
Allen, Judge of Probate for Edge
field county, South Carolina, as the |
Public Guardian of Marion Mc
Laughlin, au infant of the age of
fifteen years; that the estate of
the said Marion McLaughlin con
sists of eight or ten hundred dol
lars in money, and that no fit, com?
petent, or responsible perron can
be found who is willing to assume
the Guardianship of said infant.
Attorneys for Manon McLaughlin.
The Standard of Purity in
lt Has th? Subtle Charm in Flavor to
QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolina.
FRANK G. ?ULLIDGE ? CO., Cincinnati .Ohio.
pp. p. m.
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Wbfre he will still continu? f 1
FREE EYE TESTS
For nil defects of sight. Grind
any shape and style of lenee
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
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GEO. T. SHARPTON?
EDO-EFIELD, S, O
Front Room in Chronicle JVld'g;.
I respectfully solicit th* natrons** of
1 he people.)
JERRY T. SMITE.
;e Work (Teeth Without a Plate.)
?S in the City,
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IR PLATED WARE.
it, Sterling Silver, 75c, ?R
"Workshop in the City for ?&
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AUGUSTA, GA. |g
For sale in the town of Edgefleld,
one house and lot on south side of Ge
ter street. House contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre In lot.
Terms! $250 cash, or $300 on time.
Also one acre lot west side Geter
street, price $150. Apply to W. X. Bur
nett, Real Estate Agent.
100 acres of land, 65 acres open, bal
ance in original forest, two frame ten
ant houses, situate two miles east of
Meeting btreet, joining lands of Mrs.
Buzzard and Jas. Still. Price $600;
$100 cash, balance in fl ve annual pay
ments. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
800 acres of land situate three miles
south of Edgefleld, 7-ropm dwelling,
13 tenant houses, two good barns, gin
house and other outbuildings, 200 acres
fenced, 500 acres in cultivation. Price
$6,000. Vf. N. Burnett, Real Estate
11% acres of land in town of Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in town of Edgefleld, foui
acres land with two-story 14-room
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for hotel or boarding
485 acres desirable farm lands witb
six good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all
fresh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. ii. Burnett,Real
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street, in the town of Edgefleld; gooti
servants and other outhouses; also
good well of water, with 40 acres of
land. Reasonable terms.
Also 180 acres of land, in town of
Edgefleld, with modern up-to-di.tt
dwelling house, a number of good out
houses. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps, Mie most valui.
property in the town all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain.
Also the Griffin Hill place, Addison
street, seven-room house, with 21%
acres of land, with necessary out
houses and good well of water. A
Apply in person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
E. J. NORRIS,
WcCOBMICK MACHINE CO.,
i s ETJUI
Corn Bindere. Corn Shredders,
Movers, Horye Rakes,
BsRt Hay Press known, $65 iuAu
Acme Harrow, the pulverizer,
Mo^er Blade Grinders,
Rernirr for McCormick Mowers,
Corn .Shredders BUVH you $8 to $10
per acr*, otherwise thrown away.
Run by 8 to 10 Horse Engines.
Write me at Edgefiold, S. C.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
THE next session opens on the
26th of September, 1900. Full
and thorough iustruoti >n, leading
to the degrees of li. A. and M. A.,
is offered. Boarding in private
families moderate; in Mess Hall
excellent fare may be had at less
expense. Corresp- udence solicit
ed. Applications ior places in the
Mess Hall thould not be deferred.
Fur further particulars apply to
A. P. MONTAGUE, LL. D.
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r BUI&BKD S Colic' XeuralgiaondToothache
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beard of pay the expiw agent S3,65
les? s Or, ar M. H aaa expresa ekari** and
the completo outfit IR your*. 8atlafac
tion Kuai nnteed or money refunded lu full.
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43.86 cub Ju full wo will give a Lettered FUgvrboara
Chart. It in an accurate fruide, having all notca, vit ii
.harpa and data la full view, and can ha easily ad
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COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts, Stat
and United States;
HENRY C. WATSON.
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(Grice'8 Old Stand.) .
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