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Edgefleld, S. C.
Landrum, Spartanburg county,
is to have a hosiery mill with $20,
Cbina has acceded to all the de
mands of the powerB aud will take
the medicine like a good little boy.
The Philadelphia Record sayp
that South Carolina is the smallest
and smartest on* ot* the Southern
President McKinley has called
a special session of Congress to
convene the day after his inau
Fruitists say the fruit crop is
safe. It is rather early, we think,
to predict. Three good fruit yeare
in succession is almost too good to
A bill has been introduced ?D
the Kansas legislature providing
for the dispensary system like the
one in this State except that it
eliminates the profit feature.
A negro paper published in
Charleston says there are 10,000
negroes in that city ^ho loaf from
choice-they oould get work, but
do not want it.
Chief Justice Bleckley, of Geor
gia, though he ?6 76 years old, has
entered the University of Georgia
as a student to learn a little mor?
about mathematics. He is puzzl
ing the professors no little with
Politics iii Carolina.
Columbia, S. C., Feb. 23 -The
candidates for Senator McLaurin's
seat are already announciag.
Congressman Latimer, it is said,
has positively announced that he
would be in the race s nd it is also
said that he Ts Senator Tillmau'e
choice axd will have his support.
Whether or not this will help hi8
cause very largely depends. There
was a time not a great many years
ago when such an announcement
was almost certain success tor any
office from senator to coroner, but
conditions have changed very
much in this state in the recent
past and the people will' not
submit to anything that amacVs
of dictation from anyone, even
Tillman himself. Then State
Senator D. S. Henderson, of Aiken,
hat stated positively that he would
be in the race for senator Mc
Laurin's toga. He is a stroug
man, a good speaker and will make
a strong competitor for the prize.
And it is not likely that Senator
McLaurin will himself show the
white feather and ca the issue
which will be raised by his entering
the people have not generally con
ceded that at this time the majority
would be against him. But it is
nearly two years before the cam
paign and great changes could
take place in that time. Then
there are others who are spoken
of. Col. Wilie Jones, I have
heard, Las announced his candi
dacy for the place and Governor
McSweeney has been mentioned,
though I have not heard him say
whether he would or would not
enter the race. If he should enter
? greift many people ?re of the
opinion that he would be a itroug
A good deal has also been heard
here about the race for governor
and several candidates are already
in training. It is announced from
Washington that Congressmau
W. J. Talbert wouJd liae to round
out his political career through
the governor's office, and tr?ij
certainly be in the race. It was I
stated here last week thatf
Lieutenant Governor Tillmau
would like to step up higher would
. try his haud in the primaries next
years for the governor's office. I
suppose Mr. Gary and Mr. Patter
son will try it over again and there
is Mr. Whitman who must not
be forgotten. And I suppose there
will be several otheis fox it id a
time yot beiore the entries doge.
Attorney General Bellinger, it is
said, will be a candidate for gov
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefleld C. H., Feb.
Miss Georgia Cordes,
Miss Laura Shipley,
G P Timmermau.
When asking for letters on thin list
W. H. BB??SON, P. M.
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
R?O DE JANEIRO STRIKES
A ROCK AriD GOES
Ship Sank in Twenty Minutes
After fthe Struck and There
Was no Time for Launching
Lifeboats, Only Three of Which
Got Off-Captain Goes Down
With His Ship.
San Fraucisco, Feb. 22-The
steamer Rio de Janeiro, Capt.
Ward, from the Orient and Hono
lulu, struck on a rock al an early
hour this morning, just outside
the Golden Gate, and sunk in
.twenty minutes. A large num
ber of people wore drowned.
The vessel had been lying off
the Heads all night, an unusually
heavy fog prevailing. At 4
o'clock thick this morniug she
weighed auchor and headed for
the city iu charge of Pilot Frank
Jordon. Shortly afterkwards the
vessel struck a hidden rock aud
Pilot Jordon shouted for all on
board to take to the boats. The
wildest confusion prevailed.
Passengers and crew alike scram
bled for the boats ?ud in their
oudeavor to escape from the rapid
ly sinking vessel many jumped
overboard. Capt. Ward ordered
several of the bor.ts alongside and
the ladies ol the cabiu and other
passengers were . placed in .?hem.
The boats were manned by part, of
the crew. So far as known but
three of the ships boats lett the
On board the Rio were twenty
nine cabiu passengers, 150 in the
steerage and 140 in the crew.
There is au unverified rumor to
effect that Consul Wildman of
Hong Kong 'and his son were
among those drowned. The
(.teamer Sequoia, just returned
?"rom the scene, ha3 twenty people
It is reported that Capt. Ward
locked himself in his stateroom
and went down with his vessel.
Pilot Jordon was picked up by one
of the boats. Passenger
Philnuzzinblatt of Honolulu was
The vessel Bank in less than
twenty minutes and it is possible
the list of fatalities will be large.
G. H. Sheets, a German officer,
was rescued by the life saving
crew. He said the fog prevented
him from seeing what was going
on in the work of rescue. He
procured a life preserver and
jumped overboard. He was in the
water only a short time when he
was rescued. Capt. Ward stood
on the deck and superintended
the launching of the lifeboats and
CONSUL WILDMAN LOST.
San Francisco. Feb. 22.-The
number of lives that were lost in
the wreck of the steamer Rio de
Janeiro is variously estimated at
from fifty to 150. It is almost
positive that Consul Wildman,
his wifo and two children were
among the number lost. Nothing
baB been seen of the Widman
family since the vessel struck the
rock. Purser John Rooney is
missing and all his papers. It is
believed he went down with the
vessel. Unless he is found alive
or his pouch is recovered it will be
impossible to fully determine the
total loss of life until the agent ot
the company in the Orient ana at
Honolulu eau be communicated
with. One of the r.-scued pas
sengers gives it as Lia belief that
the loss of the vessel was caused
by the explosion of her boilers.
The politcians are grooming
themselves for the next primary.
Unless all eigus fail there will ne
another great shakeup in 1902.
A number of Congretsman have
he!d their pobitiou6 for ten years,
and the people aro beginning to
think they have had ample oppor
tunity to display their ability.
The CougresBmen themselves
realize that they must hunt new
fields in which to browse. A new
governor will be elected. Me
Laurin's place is envied and will
have to be filled. It is already
announced that Congressman
Talbert will m?ke the race for
Governor. His place as Congress
man will thereby become vacant.
Solicitor Thurman is spoken of as
a probable candidate. The many
friends of John C. Sheppard in
this county would be pleased to
see him honored with a seat iu
Congress. In fact a United States
senator's place is none too large
for Gov. Sheppard. He is one of
th? few men in political life who
is abpolutely politcally honest,
while his private integrity is spot
lees. Former opponents of Gov.
Lheppurd recognize in him qualifi
cations of heart and character that
eminently befit him for political
preferment. Sheppard could have
easily been elected Govern >r in
'90. Tillman and the loaders of
reform come to him and laid the
crowD, so to speak, at his feet and
said, "follow ns." But Sheppard
did not altogether agree with the
plan proposed and preferred to
remain a private citizen rather
than sacrifice his convictions.
Two years later when he ran against
Tillman, he saw the hopelessness of
his task, but' again consented to on
a martyr to his convictions. Since
then Tillman and Shephard have
been warmfrieudsand to day thore
is not a more popular man in the
State among the friends of Till
man than John Sheppard and the
rank and file of the State are
anxious to reward him. It-is not
known what Gov. Sheppard wants,
but his friends will be satisfied
with nothing less that a congress
man's place for him.
Latimer also must be counted
among those to be shifted. He is
out and out a candidate for tho
United States Senate and his
popularity in this district in
dicates to other aspirants that
he is a formidable rival. ^Hender
son from Aiken, John Gary Evans
from Spaptanburg, Speaker Steven .
son from Chesterfield, and Gov.
McSweeney are all spoken of as
possible candidates, while it is
by no means ceraiu that McLourin
will hhve a successor other than
himself: McLaurin holds his
own better than the politicians
Congressman Latimer's en
trance into the Senatorial arena
win lenve his place vacant and
there will be a lively scramble for
it. G?o. Prince of Anderson,
Senator Graydon of Abbeville.
Dr. Wyche of Newberry are spoken
of as candidates. Greenwood will
not Lave a caudidaet unless it be
Senator Gaines. Some of his
friends speak of him as a possible
candidate but it is not known
; whether he will make the race or
not. In fact no one yet knows in
what district Greenwood County
under the redistricting bill will b?
placed and it is impossible to say
for whom the people of this county
will have the privilege of voting
for congress. Col. Dan Tompkins
may be induced to leave his
vegetables and horses aud make
somebody hustle. Dan Tompkins
is not dc e with at any rate. He
is far too young a man and too
nhrewd and brainy a man to go
into permanent retirement at. this
time of life. But we shall 6ee
what we shall see.-Geenwood
What They Arc Good For.
Misbler's Herb Bitters is no
hay.py go-lucky "old woman's
brtw." Its ingredients are chosen
with *he full knowledge of what
each is good for. It has therefoie
kept up its reputation for over hal ?
a century. Results tell in the end.
Health, strength and happiness
lake the place of exhaustion, de
pression of spirits, w'ant of energy,
debility feelings, lack of appetite
and a run down condition of tho
system in general. Made by the
Mishler 'Mero Medicine Co., 400
North 3rd St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold at $1.00 by all druggists.
Gov. McSweeney had not up to
tue close of business hours yester
day had the bill repealing the
ant if ree pass act presented to him
for his signature. He has as yet
not stated what he proposes to io
about it, save that he will give the
matter very careful consideration.
This is a golden opportunity for
Gov. McSweeney to show of what
stuff he is made. If he looks
at it through the same glasses that
Jim Tillman did. South Carolina
will bavo one dark blot less upon
We admire the manhood dis
played by the Lieut. Governor
when he denounced this measure
and i ast Ois vote against it. Not
a time serving politician, but a
patriot, proud of his old mother
State, not willing that calumny
sfiould bi heaped upon her and
not raise his voice in her defense.
All honor to Jim Tillman.
Secrecy About Public Affairs
Not to be Toierutod.
"The public business of a
municipality," says Bird S. Coler
in Everybody's Magazine, "is the
affair of ita citizens, and
circumlocution are not to be tol
erated. Let the public buainess
be doue in tbe open, and there
must bb no fear of opponents and
n-? favor for friends. The proper
government of a city is for all itB
inhabitants, not for the benefit of
a party or a faction. The essential
text of the system is simplicity
Buggies, Buggies, Buggies-A
lar g e stuck Chis sanson. The strongest
aud cieapest can be had only at A
Bosenthal's, Augusta, Qa.?
TALBERT IN THE CHAIR.
The Ex-Con fedora te Pr?oide?
Over the House Deliberations.
i The House 3 p?terday afternoon
had the rather unexpected pleasure
of sitting under Representative
Talbert as Speaker pro tem. For
a Southern soldier, and au ex
Confederate, Mr. Talbert found
himself.; in quite a prominent
position, one that no Confederate
before him bas ever reached, aud
only one has ever approached
when the. Republicans had t
maioritv in tho House. C. Buck
Kilgore of Texas, so noted for hi.*
independent spirit and his defiance
of Czar Reed's rules, was once
honored by Mr: Reed himself and
made Chairman of the Committee
of the Whole, but that position
was far inferior io that occupied
by Mr. Talbert yesterday.
There WCB a peculiar fitness in
having the Soutb Carolinian ID
tbe Chair, since he was put there
to take care of the passing of
pension bills. Mr. Talbert's an
tagonism to pension bills as a
class is well known, and the fight
h^ made against the wholesale and
indiscriminate passage of all
applications, whether meritorious
or otherwise, is part of the history
of the first session of this Congress.
He finally compelled the Speaker
to give up the "Friday evening
psusion matinees," where all sorts
of thiugs were jammed through
with only a few members present
Mr. Talbert, however, acquitted
himself of the duties of his office
with becoming dignity, though
parts of the routine of declaring
bills passed at times wero left out
or mixed up. A little desire was
evident on the part of Mr.
Grosvenor and other experienced
members of the Republican side,
to make some amusement for
themselves out of the presiding
officer protem, but it received a
sharp check from Mr. Talbert.
In the hurry of passing from bill
to bill, and in his desire to get the
bussiness over wilh by the time
for adjournment, Mr. Talbert
may, perhaps, hs ve omitted a few
words of the perfunctory forms.
Mr. Grosvenor arose during one of
tbe Speaker's breathing spells and
said, as he smiled amusedly, "Mr.
Speaker, I rise to a parliamentary
Mr. Talbert-State your par
liament!.! ry enquiry.
Mr. Grosvenor-What has become
of the laRt three bills beforo the
Mr. Talbert-I ordered them,
read a third time, they wore read
a third time, and passed.
Mr. Grosvenor-believe the
Chair failed to announce that,,they
Mr. Talbert-If that is a fact,
the gentleman must have been
asleep. I am glad to have doue
something to awaken him.
The House broke into hearty
laughter, " and thereafter Mr;
Talbert was allowed to pass the
bilis according to his own methodp.
The Advertiser and the Commoner:
W. J. Bryan's great weekly, will be
saut one year for$2.25, cash in advance
for new and old subscribers. Send
along the wherewithal and keep up
The store room receotly occupied by.
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A Pearl Farm.
There is only one pearl farm in th-,
world. It is in the Terres strait, at the
northern extremity of Australia, and be
longs to James Clark of Queensland.
Mr. Clark, who is known as "the king
of the pearl fishers," originally stocked
it with ICO,OOO pearl oysters. Now
1,500 men-200 of whom are divers
and 2?0 vessels turo employed ia har
vesting the crop.
"I havo boon 15 years engaged in
pearl Ashing," Mr. Clark told a corre
spondent of the Melbonrno Age. ' ' I began
tn a small way and have given the fish
eries my close attention during all this
time. My experience haa led me to the
belief that, with proper intelligence in
the selection of a place, one can raise
poarls and pearl shells as easily a? one
can raise oysters.
"I started my farm three years ago
and have stocked it with shells which 1
obtained, in many instances, far out at
sea. To grow shelia successfully, how
ever, according to my experience thui
far, the water must not be too deep.
"My pearl shell farm covers 6,088
?maro miles. Over most of it the wat?
is shallow. In shallow water sholls at
tain the greatest size, and, besides, it is
hard on the divers to go ?own deep foi
"I sbi? my pearls to London in mj
own vessels. The catch ?ach year rans,
roughly speaking, from $200,000 wort),
ap to almost five timen thut amount'*
By buying your Buggies, Sunie
and Wagons from A. Rosenthal you'"
never regret it. We will save yo?
jioney in every respect. A. Ro?"nthai
11'? til a; Ga.
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0 til CP.
By virtue of a resolution of th*
Board of Directors, a meeting of
the shareholders of the Edgefield
Building and Loan Association is
called to fake place at tho Bank of
Edgefield, Edgefield, S. C., on
Thursday, March 28:h, 1901, at ii
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
considering the question of in
creasing the capital stock of th-e
said association from twenty thou
sand ($20,000) dollars to a maxi
mum of oue hundred thousand
W. W. ADAMS, President,
E. J. Mime, Secretary.
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Almost everybody who reads the news
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LJB It is the great medi
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Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ls not rec
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just the remedy you need. It has been tested
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practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
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I who have not already tried it, may have a
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telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
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When writing mention reading this generous
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fry one of our Suits and see the effect; how
perfectly the fity, and the correctness of the work
Among the many stylish Fall Costumns you will find one to vour
/. CLEW'S som & co.,
83? Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA