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Edgefield, S. C.
JUDGE WALLACE DEAD.
An Ideal South Carolinian of
The old Regime.
Union, March 21.-Special :
Judge William H. Wallace, ifcs
Speaker of the famous House, died
very suddenly at his home, in
Union, this afternoon about 2
o'clock of heart failure. He ha.l
been ill two weeks with grip, but
was thought to be on the road to
rapid recovery. His children
Mrs James Maxwell,.of Greenville ;
Mrs V. S. Gaea and Mr Dan H.
Wallace, of Union, were at his
bedside. MrB Governor Sheppard,
his other daughter, was the only
In the death of Judge Wallace
the State loses one of her noblest
sons. He was full of love cf hi?
country, bis State and, most o? all.
bis home. The announcement
of bis death fell like a thunder
clap from a clear sky on the ears
of the citizens of the town. Judge
Wallace Mas a galiant soldier in the
war; entering as a private, he was
soon made adjutrnr. From this
be was promoted colonel of the
18th South Carolina regiment, then
to brigadier general and just
previous to the last fight before
surrender he was by direct com
mand of Gen Gordon placed iu
command of Gen Bushrod R.
Johnson's division, haviug two
ranking briga liera serving un
His fame as Speaker of the
Wallace House, and his firmness
and good judgment, which saved
the two contending parties from a
battle, which would have caused a
flow of blood on the floor of the
State Honse, ia too well known to
require repetitition here.
Judge Wallace was boru in
Laurens County about 1827. He
came to Union, whore he has lived
flince o.hihlnnrl HP won rrriulttaLftd.
from the South Carolina College
and practiced law at the Uniou
bar before and after the war. He
was elected Circuit Judge in 1880
and served twelve yeara until the
advent of the Tillmnn administra
tion, since which time he has
lived a quiet and retired life, find
ing has greatest joy in the bosom
of his family.
The loss of his wife some time
ago was a sad blow to him and he
was heard to remark he would not
long survive her. In the death of
Judge Wallace Union haB lost one
of her most honored and beloved
There is possibly not another
man in this town who enjoys to the
same extent the universal love,
respect and esteem of bis fellow
citizens as a whole as did Judge
W. H.. Wallace. A noble, true,
upright, honest and good man has
gone to his reward. The funeral
services will he held at the First
Methodist Church to-morrow.
J. R. M. in News a;jd Courier.
MRS. PRESION S. BROOKS.
Her Death at Norfolk Last Nicht.
Funeral tobe in Edgefield.
The State at 3 o'clock this
morning received a dispatch from
Capt. V. E. McBee at Norfolk,
announcing the death of Mrs.
Preston S. Brooks. The telegram
stated : "Mrs. Preston ' S. Brooks
died tonight at ll o'clock of
pneumonia. Her remains will br
taken to Edgefield for interment."
Mrs. Brooks was a Miss Means
of Fairfield, and is the widow
of the late Preston S. Brocks, who
was distinguished for gallantry it:
the Mexican war and who chastis
ed Cbaries Sumner in the United
States senate for an unkind re
ference in regard to tho venerablt
Senator Butler of this State. She
io the mother of Mr?. V. E. Mc
Bee, and of Mr. Preston Brooks of
Sewauee, Tennessee. It waB just
;-ifweek ago that Capt. M.:Bee's
Col. U. R. Brooks is a nephew by
marriage and Mrs. E. J. Jones and
Mrs. J. Q. Marshall am nieces by
marritta of ' Mrs. Preston S.
Brooks. J. H. Brooks of Green
wood is a brother-in-law of Mre.
. Brooks.-The State.
The Best Prescriptions for Malarfc
Chills and Fever is abottleof GHOVB'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is si a pl;
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
j&Q cure-no oar. Price ?0c
The Millionaire Has Taught The
Farmers About Biltmore
W. E. Curtis writes to the
Chicago Record from Asheville,
N. C.. as follows :
The example of George Vander
bilt's system of farming at Bilt
more ?3 beginning to 1)3 felt
throughout all this part o? the
State. At first peopje regarded
his enormous expeuditures aud
the magnificent results with
curiosity and wonder; further
observation suggested that bis
methods were easy of imitation,
ajd thus Mr. Vanderbilt higiest
ambition is being realized, aud
the object lesson he intended to
place before the eyes of the
people of North Carolina is being
To thc stranger the most
nolicjable change? ar? in liv*
houses and the highways. Former
ly the inhabitants of this section
came to towu over roads that were
hub.deep in mud for six months
and beclouded with dust during
the remainder or the year. Now,
within the neighborhood of
Asheville, aud running in all
directions, are some of the bes!:
macadamized roadways io (he
country which are being extended
by the county commissioners os
rapidly as possible, but altogether
too slowly to satisfy people who
have farm products to haul and
horses and carriages for pleasure
driving. Before Mr. Vanderbilt
came nobody ever thought >f
building a road, but his example
was almost immdiately imitated,
and since then, I understand,
nearly $70,000 has been expended
in public improvements by the
people of this county, which will
soon have oie of the best systems
of pavements and highways iu tb?
The architecture of the town
has been undergoing a rapid evolu
tion. In buildiug a village to
accommodate the employes of his
estate, Mr. Vanderbilt combined
art with utility, aud produc d a
group of dwellings, offices, school
houses, churches and blocks .for
business aurposes as symm-'trical
and artistic a6 can be imagined.
Richard M. Hunt, the famous
artist and architect, who dencned
his chameau, being his advisor.
Until that ttme the propie of this
community made their habitat inns
without regard to taste, trying to
get as larage a house as possible
for the least amount of money.
Some cf the architects imported
by Mr. Vanderbilt have remained
iloyed in designing dwellings and
ither structures and in remodeling
he old ones to m?et the improved
?ste of the people. The well
>aved streets of Asheville are now
i ned ou either side with cheap
mt tasteful homes.
Mr. Vanderbilt sells the produce
if his farm and garden in the cool
oon market, but the other truck
armers have been compelled to
mprove the quality of their pro
luce in order to com pete with hi m.
?is vegetables are the best that
;row, aud are raised by the mos'
inproved methods of cultivation,
[n order to produce similar result."
;he farmers have pretty generally
idopted his methods, aud h pvc
earned by experience that tlx*
jame money and labor can produc*
'rom the same soi' a superior
quality of produce and a larger
profit if those methods are proper
ly applied. Mr. Vannerbilt fur
bishes seeds, slips, cuttings and
plants from his propagating
?louses to any oue who wants
them. He does not give them
iway, but charges reasonable
prices. The results aro anpi.rent
in the general improvement ot' the
farming community in this sec
Om of tho most noticeable
?hau?es is in th* preparation of
the soil. Formerly the farmers
used a "bull tongue" plow, whic'i
just skims the surface, but Mr.
Vanderbilt plows with a long blade
ind four horses, and the fanners
;oon noticed that ho raised four or] j
ii ve times as much wheat, co-u,
potatoes and other crops to th"
?ore as the}'. Tbpy discovered
that they could do the same, and
the ''bull tongue" plow
has been discarded. Jiu hus de
monstrated that nutritious grasses
and forago plants not only im
prove the beef, but increased Iii?
yiold of milk from the e il tie.
The}7 have learned that it costs no
more lo keep a goon cow than a
poor ono, and Mr. Vanderbilt is
raisi?g registered Jersey calves
to supplv the community. He
peddles milk on the streets ol '1
Asheville like any other farmer,
and his competitors have been
forced to buy better -stock or
luse their trade. The Biltmore
herd of Jerseys is one of the fiuesl
in the world. There are 250 head
of the "Goldeu Lad" family
imported direct from the island
of Jersey. One of them holds I he
irorld's record for butte:-?u
average- of seventy-five pounds a
m on Ih. Every farmer iu this
neighborhood who has any pride
at all is anxious to get one or more
of these cows, and Mr. Vande -bilt
is eral i lying them as rapidly as
po si ble.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bvotno Quinine Tablets.
Ail druggists refund tue inon'-y if it
fails to ciro. E. YV. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c
The fol lowing clipped from the
Br pl ?it dourer ia the progiam for
the coming li. Y. P. U. Convention
which meets in the Citadel Square
Baptist church Charleston, from
the 4th to lhe7ta of April inclusive.
Thu ivs lay, April 4, 8 30 p. m.
1. Song service.
2 Address-"Mission of the
B. Y. P. U." Rev L M Roper.
o Organization of Convention
and election of officers."
4. Reception lo delegates in
Friday, 10 .a. m.
1. Devotional exercise?.
2. Welcome by president, and
pastor of Charleston B. Y. P. U.
3. R^spousi by Rev. P. P.
4. Address-"How to get the best |
results from th?? social meeting.''*
Rev, A. T. Jamison, Greenwood.
5. Address-;,IIow to make the
oVvot'oual meetings most con
ducive to (he spiritual good of the
members." H. L. Erchman, Char
Friday, 8 15 p. m.
1. Song service.
2. Five minutes1 talks from
several presidents concerning the
manner in which they conduct
their Unions-Geo. S. King,
Columbia; Prof. W. D. Holland,
Johnslon; Waller Cartledge,
Batesburg; Geo. .Scott, Edgefield.
3. Junior work-Mrs. J. L.
M i ms.
4. Address-"The missiou of the
B. Y. P. (J. in training for service."
Dr. J. D. Chapman, Anderson.
Saturday, 10 a. m.
1. Devot ional exercises.
2. "How to organize a Culture
3. "How to kee p up the interest
and attendance." Rev. Geo. White,
4. "The Bible Reader^' Course
a stimulus to Bible study in the
nomi'." Rev. T. M. Gal ph in,
5. Conferences on these courses.
Five minutes'talks from a num
ber who are trying to puisne Ihem
in their Unions.
Saturday, 8.15 a. m.
2. Addiv-s-"Mission of the
Y. P. U. in stimulating
brist ian growth." Rev. C. E.
urts, Black vii lo.
3. "What part should old people
ike in ?lie young people's work?"
1*4v. Henry Miller, Aiken.
4. Annual report of houri of
Sunday, ll a. m.
Sermon-by Rev. J. I. Ayre.?,
)e ii m ark.
Sunday, 3 p. m.
1. Pong service.
2. "Tho B. Y. P. U. of the next
rneratioij." Dr. Lee Dav's Lodge,
3. Farewell exercises, conducted
y tho piesident.
On Monday, 8th, the delegates
.nd visitors will be treated to an
xcursion on the water and will be
hown thc places of interest nnout
he city. Wo hope that all who
ttend the Convention will be
.resent at the opening exercises
md will remain through Monday
Th? position of Resident Manager ol
he Equitable Life Assurance Society
or E<.tgciieM and vicinity is open toa
ian of character ami ibility. A val
able contract carrying renewals will
e given to the right man. W. J.
toDDKY, Manager, Rock Hill. S. 0.
" Ve hare ?tree children. Before thc
birth of tr. e last on? ir y wife u-ed four bot
?Ls cf MOfEE.V? 1"R?E:>D. If ycu had the
P'ciures cf our chloren, you could see ai
i g ancetha?ihc Intone
BaesKoo*. in? G filie niall.
'?iy wife thinks "Collier's
Fric?:d is tits evenest
ind pf ran Jest
::nicJy in the
7or:d fer cxprc:
Written b"a ILeiv
?sposition and temper remain unruffled
throughout Hie o?deai, because this relax
ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
ttsusl distress. A gc xl-nalurcd mother
ls pret?ysure to have a good-n itured child.
rive patient is kept in a strong healthy
:o:idition, which the child also inherits.
Mother's Friend takes a wife through the
:ris:s quickly anJ almost painlessly. Il
assists in her rapid recovery, and wards
iff the dangers that so often follow de
S ,:d by (Irugstcts for SI a bottle.
ri?H BRADFIELD REQULATOR CO,
Sond for our free ir.ustrat?J book writUa
jsprL-iisi/ fur expeutaat wothtrt.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist
Tie Discoverer of Swaap-Root at Work la
There is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
.he vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then thc richness of the blood-the albumen
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after ali other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N, Y. and
mention this paper.
We offer an immense stock of
Trees and Plants adapted to the
South. F'rst class stock at rea
I AUGUSTA, GA.
D T G TUCK. HENRY C. WATSON.
GRICE & WATSON,
(jfj?T" Patronage of the public sol c
tsed. Prompt, faithful, and carefu
.orv!,*.*. .Reasonable charges.
TRUSTEES of the public schools are
hereby notified that the Teachers'
Registers and Trustees Records must
be properly kept and filed in my office
as soon as the schools are closed, not
later than Jnly IQ, 1901.
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Co. Supt. of Education.
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I have a number of other club
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Popular Magazines, Books and
?upers iu stock.
Visiting Cards and Fine Str?onery.
S. H. MANGET,
TRENTON, S. 0.
subscrsbe for tbe^ Ladies Home
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IIQE QHOKOF ?DGEFIELD
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
f. C. SHEPPARD, W. W.ALAMS,
[.H. BO UK NIG UT, J. A. nENNETT,
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T. C SlIKPPAKD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. M IMS, Cashier.
J. II. ALLEN, Ass'f Cashie
Pays inte?-ast on deposits by spacial
Money io loa i on liberal terms.
Piomptand polite attention to busi
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town of Edgefield, large taro story
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ibundance of water, good pasture, and
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ot Court House,
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
^flF" Will answer telephone calls
Central Tie*? at JaokianTiUe u4 Savannah.
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Excellent daily j?as~euger Borrico between
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rely of Pullman iir.es. Draw inp f.'oom Sleep
g. Oimpornacnt natl Obr.civatorr i.^ars be
reen N w York, Columbia and St. Augustine.
Pullms a sloepinj ear* bertraea A v.? ?ta. oed
ikea ac i NV*- York, rons irora Augumo to
BhuaWli via Blackville. Parlor cars be
reen C'ltarloetea at Ld Oo am Wa.
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unman slevin* cars betweeu Chrrjot:eand
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ad Cilumbi?. enror.t? dater between Jackson
Bl? axid. Oiarlanoli. via Asheville.
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The best line of Negligee Shirts in theciiy, 50c. and $1.00. Men's
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A good Buggy-the easiest running, best 'riding, with the longest
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The best Wagon made, our Owensborc and Russeil Wagons.
Anything in the Harness line, Buggy Robes, \\ hips, Saddlery, etc.,
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The finest toned and best made Piano on the market we can show
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anything you wish to see or hear.
JOHNSTON, S. C.
Ai?o:.ii<5tP-.MaT/i? and Stone Works
Corner Washington and Ellis Streets. AUGUSTA, GA.
OMI ts ol all KMs made ol lille or Granite
STONE WORK NEATLY DONE.
Estimates for all classes of work in Marble and Stone solicited, and cheer
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JACOB A. RMS
The author of" How the Other Half Lives " wilji
give in THS OUTLOOK an intensely human and vij/*|"
account of his experiences as a child in Deniv':, .
an immigrant in America, a workman, a ttar*Tc"*r'
a reporter, and finally a student of tenemdF11 "<"B'
problems, and an efficient aid to TheodoriJcRooseJ'r.lt
in reorganizing the New York police? "r- K,1S
writes with simplicity, humor and vii
will contibute a series of ?mia
rtant papers on funda
"as applied lo twentieth
century problems. It"w#i" be called "THB RIGHTS
"?. M.C, _A ,, MI .t.e.-JKt .'ndustn.il educational and
OF MAN, and will def;
religious, as well
. "f-ynan Abhor!
Under this pseudonym were writic.-. two >S ll;,
most striking of recent novels, '?' B!xk '.Cr.'-; - si:.l
"The Sky Vilot." A new nov,-! ot" Canadian r.r...
Western Hfc bv this authr,- will appest in Tia
O?TIOOK during the year. In ?pint', humor, r .th."
and strong character-drawing it is even superior t .
To introduce T H s.
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two months' triai for 25 cen'.:* pro
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political, rights and duties, j g OUTLOOK, NEW YOB?
A fiheSlot of WA
TER GROUND Meal
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el, and two bushel
-tack*. Als ) a carload of YELLOW
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sound cs n silver dollar.
The Standard of Purity in
lt Has the Subtle Charm in Flavor H
QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS,
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carslina.
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