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niOS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
THURSDAY, NOA'. 2,1S93.
THE HURLYBURLY DONE.
The bill to repeal the purchasing
clause of the Sherman bill passed
the United States Senate on Mon
day night by a vote of 43 to 32.
The following account of the death
struggle we clip from the News
and Courier of Tuesday :
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.-At 7:28,
by a vote of 43 to 32, the Senate,
after one of the most remarkable
and memorable parliamentary bat
tles of a generation, passed the bill
unconditionally repealing the pur
chase clause of the Sherman silver
law. The end was reached at the
conclusion of a continuous session
of fourteen days, after ?ixty-one
days of debate, during which five
volumes of the Congressional Re
cord had been filled with speeches
amounting in the aggregate to
about twenty million words, a
stream of talk that would stretch
in cold type from the seaboard six
teen hundred miles into the inte
rior, from Liberty enlightening the
world in New York harbor to the
foot hills of the Rocky Mountains.
The closing day of the great
struggle for the repeal of the pur
chase of silver was one of intense
excitemen1. The galleries were
packed to the doors, every seat in
the Senate was ocupied and the
walls were lined with Representa
tives from the lower branch of Con
gre ss. The aegis of Senatorial
courtesy was no protection in the
last moments. Gray-haired men,
inflamed by the fiery passions that
always characterize the close of a
bitter contest, did not. spare each
other. Senator Morgan, with words
that fairly burned, heaped his
denunciation on Senator Yoorhees,
the leader of the Administration
forces, aud Senator Wolcott, the
Colorado Hotspur, concluded a
fierce philippic against Senator
Carey with the Spanish proverb of
Sancho Panza, that it was a waste
of lather to shave an ass. The
silver Republicans, Teller, Stewart
Dubois, Wolcott and Jones, Peffer,
Populist, and Morgan, and the old
war Governor of Teunesse, Harris,
each made his valedictory. The
Democrats were hot and'"angry at
the desertion of some of their col
leagues, which made their defeat
possible, the Populists admonished
was something tragically
pathetic in the despairing cry of
the silver Senators. It meant, they
said, ruin and destruction and
desolation to the silver p/oducing
States. Senator Jones, with an
emphasis that will never be for
gotten by those who heard him,
warned those about him that the
end of the fight marked but the
beginning of the battle that would
be w?ged before the people. In
tones deed and tragic he repeated
Dundee's famous defiance of Gor
"There be hills beyond Pentland
And friths beyond Forth,
If there be lords in the Lowlands,
There be chiefs in the North."
Senator Stewert had the last,
word. When the white-bearded
Nevadan, looking like au ancient
patriarch, sank back in his seat,
Vice President Stevenson, for the
last time, announced that the bill
was before the Senate for amend
ment. He paused.
Senator Voorhees, the tall
sycamore of the Wabash, arose.
The decisive moment had come.
The Vice President flashed his eye
about the chamber. The galleries
leaned over. The flood of light from
the glass panelled ceiling poured
down upon the Senate. The cham
ber was still as death. Not a soul
stirred. Everyone seemed to hold
'.If there are no further amend
ments," said the Vice President,
slowly and solemnly, '"tho clerk
will call the roll."
'.Senator Allen,,' began the clerk.
The suspense was over. The Rubi
con had been passed. The roll was
at last being called on - the final
passage of the bill. From ali over|
the chamber came a sigh of relief.
Mr. Bland, the silver champion of]
the House, stood like a statue
behind the Senate desks while the
roll was called. Senators Sher
man and Voorhees, facing each
other, bolt upright, did not move
a muscle. Senators Mills and
Cockrell paced impatiently up and
down the area in front of the Vice
President's chair. Senator Hill
sat in the front row tolking to his
late antagonist, Senator Butler.
It took almost ten minutes to
call tb.6roll and arrange the pairs.
When the vice-President an
nounced the vote Senator Vooihees
straightened up to his full length.
It was a personal victory for him.
"I now move," said he, with a note
of triumph in his voice, "that the
Senate adjourn until to-morrow at
Before the question could be put
the occupants of the galleries were
jostling each other in their at
tempts to crowd out of the doors.
The Senators fled from the cham
ber. In sixty seconds none but a
few employes remained upon the
seen?. The long battle was over,
the field deserted.
Theraincst place in the United
States is the shore of Neap bay, in
Washington,-where 129 inches of
rain fell last year.
The United States postal cards
were issued in May, 1S73, and dur
ing the first two months of their
existence 31,000,000 were used.
Asbestos was known to the an
cients, who made towels, napkins,
and other like articles of it, and
used to clean them by throwing
them into the fire.
The new republic of Brazil has
admitted women not only into the
service of telegraphs and tele
phones, but into all the govern
ment departments indiscrimi
A paper mill in Kansas has
made from sunflower stalks sev
eral tons of paper. The quality
of the article is good, and it is
proposed to continue the manufac
ture of it.
Miss Daisy^Garland, daughter of
tho attorney-general under Cleve
land's first administration, com
mitted suicide in Washington a
few dajs ago. The deed was done
during a spell of acute melancholia.
Governor Tillman is not working
at random. He has a purpose, and'
if he succeeds, we venture to say,
there will come a time when even
The State will be patting him on
the back.-Spartanburg Herald.
The penitentiary authorities
have been notified.of the capture
in North Carolina of Berry Thomp
son, one of the desperate convicts
who made his escape from the
stockade at Rock Hill about ten
days ago. An officer will be sent
io bring him back io prison, where
ho will wear r. ball and chain for
tho winter season.-The Srate.
Tho Comptroller General has
decided, as a matter of equity,
to recommend to the Legislature
to have refunded to the whiskey
mon one half of the money, which
they were required by County
Treasurers to pay for the County
and State license for the whole
year. By the dispensary law their
places of business were closed on
the first of July.
It is said that the repeal bill will
pass the United States Senate to
day, Wednesday, and the Hous?
some time this week. Of course
the President will sign it as soon
as he receives it, and then, accord
will go to 10 cents. We hope "so,
but don't believe it. As soon as
this Sherman lav is repealed the
House is anxious to adjourn, but
the Senate wants to hold on a
Carter Henry Harrison, five
times mayor of Chicago, ex-con
gressman, ex-commissioner, editor,
capitalist, and author, was assassi
nated at his own residence at 231
South Ashland avenue on Satur
day evening last at 8 o'clock.
Three bullets entered his body and
[in less than one hour after the
first shot was fired death ensued.
The man who did the shooting was j
arrested and locked up at the Des
plaines Street station.
The boss beer cask so far report
ed, has recently been completed
for a brewery company in Munich.
It is 105 feet in diameter, and 51
feet deep. It was inaugurated with
a grand ball, at which 275 couples
danced in it, while 500 people
looked on, allowing space enough
for the stage erected for the musi
cians, a couple pianoes, a large
dining table, and yet the cask
wasn't near as full as some of the
people who were in it.
They have some funny tornadoes
out in Missouri. The latest freak
reported in that lino is of one
which broke (didn't "caper nim
bly") into a lady's chamber, lifted
a bureau with a lot of toilet arti
cles, etc., on it, and stood it up in
good order in another corner of
the room, and the.i bounced into
a room adjoining, picked up a
trunk and landed it forty miles
away in an adjoining county.
There is no accounting for what
a Missouri tornado may do or for
what a Missouri liar may write.
Senator Gordon, of Georgia, ina
recent interview, says: "Let the
people give the party time to act.
They will soon see inaugurated a
financial policy more liberal and
satisfactory to the people than any
we have had since the cruel policy
of contraction was begun twenty
years ago. We shall soon begin to
gather the fruits of broad and
wise and helpful Democratic
policy. We shall witness under
Democratic rule one of the most
progressive eras in our history,
with a" contented, prosperous, and
happy people. By the fulfillment
or failure of this prophecy let tho
Democratic party be judged. On
that issue I am content to stake
my political fortunes. Let the
people wait and see. 'By their
fruits you shall know them.' "
Interest seems to be flagging in
the matter of putting an income
tax on the pluttercrats. Some
member of Congress early in the
session gave notice of such a bill,
but nothing more has been heard
Senator Butler is a hustler after
patronage. He does not confine
himself to federal, but puts his
constituents in all sorts of jobs to
be found lying loose'around at the
nation's capita1.. He has placed
over forty men in the service of
the Metropolitan Street Railroad.
The American sugar Refineries
Company has started up all its
available refineries and is work
ing them at their full capacity.
The scarcity, some time ago, of
raw sugars for immediate delivery
necessitated the closing down of
some refineries, causing the stock
of refined sugars to decrease to an
unprecedentedly low figure.
WASHINGTON D. C., Oct, 18 '93.
MR. T. C. WILLOUGHBY, Florence,
Dear Sir :-Mr. C. Roper, and
who agrees with me that you
were the man for Dispenser, has
requested me to write you and ask
you to give me the name of some
good young man of your county,
that would like to accept a position
np here as a conductor an some of
these streetcars, at $2 per day.
We have now on these cars some
15.3 oung men from South Caro
lina, and as yot none from your
county, therefore I am auxiousjto
have your county on the list, and
I know of no one that is in a posi
tion to pick me out a good man
than yourself. Good board can be
had for $19,00 per month.
Wo may be able to got you a
place in 6ome of these Depart
ments at from $1,200 to $1,800 per
annum, if you would like some
thing of that kind. When Tillman
treated me as he did, I w as
not at nil surprised at his conduct
towards you, in that Dispensary
case. You, like myself have al
most killed ourselves for the Re
Hoping to hear from you soon.
B. F. PERRY.
P. S.--I will get my appoint
ment as soon as the silver question
is settled, and then I will be in a
position to help my friends more
in the way of patronage. Mr. Wad
dill has told me all about you,
and what a trash mover you were :
FLORENCE, S. C., Oct. 20, 1893.
B. F. PERRY,
419 SIXTH ST., N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Dear Sir :-Your letter of the
18th instant at hand, amd let me
assure that I feel flattered at your
great interest in my welfare; the
more so since we have never met,
and this is the first communication
which you have honored me with.
I regret my inability to name
anyone suitable for conductors on
street cars, Am surprised in these
days of depression and want of
employment that yon are not .ebie
to find all tue men you want in
Washington, and if this is another
source of patronage, are you not
going outside of our platform,
which proclaims for home rule, in
seeking elsewhere than in Washing
ton for conductors?
As to the matter of my appoint
ment, or I should say non-appoint
ment as State Dispenser, I am
not iii need of sympathy-am too
good a Democrat to kick out of
tracas, because of personal disap
pointment. My object in seeking
the appointment was io make a
success of the scheme, and since
that is assured, I am more than
What has become of the Civil
Service Bureau? I innocently ask
this question, since you seem to
have so much patronage at your
disposal. $1,200 and $1,800 places
aro not to be lightly refused in
these hard times, but although
not doing near so well, must de
I cline your assistance with thankR.
In conclusion I have to say that
if you have in any way taken up
the idea that I can be bought, you
certainly struck a snag. We, down
here, aro for the principles of Re
form, and not the loaves and fishos ;
and we propose to carry that ban
ner to the front, and will stand by
those only who stand by #our flag.
T. C. WILLOUGHBY.
The Georgetown Times says: The
faction in this State opposed to
Tillman have tried for four years
to whip him out, and have mad]
a miserably failure of it. Now
Senator Butler wants to try his
hand and they want to desert him
before the battle begins. It puts
us in mind of the "dog in the
manger" policy: they cannot do it
themselves and don,t want any one
elee to do it. Common seine would
dictate that they give Butler full
swing it seems to us.
GUILTY OP MURDER.
J. Minis Sullivan, the Slayer of |
H. G. Gilreatb, Convicted.
The Columbhi State.
ANDERSON, S. C., Oct. 28.-Argu
ments in the Sullivan-Gilreath
murder case were began this morn
ing at 10 o'clock and closed at 7:30
to-night. Eight arguments were
made. Solicitor Ansel opened for
the State, and was followed by Col.
Perry for the defence; Judge Mel
ton clesed for the defence, and Col
Earle for the State. The argu
ments were all very fine. Judge
Wallace's charge occupied about
forty-five minutes, and was a clear
and full explanation of the law.
The case went to the jury at
8:30. After being out one hour
and a half, they brought in a ver
diet of "guilty."
The defendant beard the verdict
with no perceptive change of ex-ij
A motion for a new trial was en
tered, and will be argued Monday. I
THE WORST IS OVEB.
The Backbone of the Plague at j
BRUNSWICK, Ga., Oct. 29.-Only
aoven new cases of yellow fever
were roported to-day. Five of the
new patients are whites, viz: Mag
gie Mclnary, M, E. Greene, Thomas |
Hendricks, Mrs. A. C. Douglass
and Mrs. R. Farmer. No deaths/
have occurred. Twenty-seven
patients were discharged, four of j
whom are whites: Mrs. Henry
Cox, May Ferguson, J. B. Gunning
and D. R. Gunning.
The weather to-day has been:
cool, and tonight it is< co!d. The
cool wave is expected to last only
a short while, and frost is not ex
pected fo come before Novenmber
Surgeon Murray sends the four
New Orleans professional nurses
home to-morrow, as he thinks the
epidemic can now bo handled with
out them. One physician left to
night for hom?1, sicklies in his
family hastening his departure.
Surgeon Murray has requested
Surgeon General Wyman to let
Surgeon Carter comes to help him.
If Surgeon Carter cc mes, Surgeon
Murry will devote a great deal of
time to active practice.
While the backbone of the
epidemic seems broken, the danger
is not yet over, and non-immunes
are allowed to return. Both waiters
in Wallace's restaurant were
ner, and had to be sent home. "
Book-keeper E. W. Bingham'of
the commissary force, issued hi3
official report to-day for th? week
ending last night. It shows that
8,360 single people all deserving
poor, received rations for three
days each, making a total of 25.
080 days rations, or 75,200 meals
issued. These rations were given
to the destitute in Brunswick and
the Brunswick refugees scattered
on the islands and around Glynn
As previously stated in these dis
patches, over 5,000 people have re
fugeed from Brunswick. The
majority did not have much money
and could not leave Glynn county.
All tho cash that many of these
had has been paid out for pro
risions, in the hope that they
could tide over the epidemic with
out appealing to the commissary.
All their cash is aow gone, and
pride has taken a back seat on . ac
count of hunger.
Macon has raised quarantine
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Axe Handles, Catsup, ]
Axle Grease, ? Castor Oil, ]
Omega, Cabbage, J
Bacon, Omega, (
Bran, Flour, (
Barley, Fruit, <
Baking Powder, Feed, (
Bagging, Fire Works, ]
Buckets, Fruit Jars, ]
Brooms, Omega, ]
Bluing, Grits, 1
Bolognas, Glass Ware, 1
Butter, Gelatine, ]
Back Bands, Ham3, ]
B 13 Cartridges, Hames, ]
Omega, Hardware, -.. I
Coffee, Hoes, ' j
Coffee Mills, Horse Shoes, ]
Churns, Omega, J
Crackers, Irish Potatoes, 1
Crockery, Jelly Tumblers, 1
Corn, Kerovene, . ]
Cloves, Lanterns, I
Cinnamon, Lye, ]
Cigars, Lemons, ]
Cheroots, Lamps, J
Cigerattps, Lard, I
Chewing Gum, Lobsters, ; (
Qocoanuts, Omega, I I
Collars, Molasses, .' I
Collar Pads. Meal, 1 I
Cooking Ext ra els Mae", ' j I
Cheese. MuJe Shoos, ; I
Corn Beef, Macaroni, j I
Cherries, Mackerel, ' J
Candy, Mustard, J
Citron, Matches, . C
Currants, Mucilage, ?
Cranberry Sauce, Machine Oil, ; ?
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\ months, and has been
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. M. H. WOLFF, Upper Marlboro, Md?
< ? iras enred several years ago of wblto swelling
Jn my leg by nsing an(* ^av0 ',a^ no
^yraptornsof ro |y>lff*g>j^) turn of thc dis
ease. Many prominent physicians attended ma
?nd all failed, but S. S. S. did tho work.
PAUL W. KIRKPATRICK, Johnson City, Tenn.
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HBXPBRKtS' 3IKD.CO., 111 & ! 13 William 3L, NEIY YOUR,
Valuable Lands for Sale.
IWILL sc!1 at public outcry on the
first Monday in november, 1 SDH, at
ridgefield C. H., 800acre*of good land
belonging to nie, known as the Rocky
Greek place, bounded hy lands of Mrs.
Catharine Holloway, Dr. J. H. Strom's
estate, E. C. Cartledge, and others.
Mrs: C. A. CITE VT IT A M
- (ron RJjAll...
Offlc? over Bam ol Edsefleld.
Store Your Cotton !
ALL THE SIGNS INDICATE
Within Sixty Days.
It is the part of wisdom then to store
your cotton, The Edgetield Ware
house, right at the Cumberland Gar.
depot, will do this for you on very
reasonable terms. My representative
at Edgefield will be glad to give you
all the information desired.
J. S. MOORE,
Leasee Edgelield Warehouse.
Dkra& Tomatoes, Shovels,
Pepper, Snioki'g Tobacco,
Plow Stocks, Spades,
"Jlow Handies, Salmon,
Plow Points. Sardines,
3ockets Kuives, Soda,
Pitch Forks, Sausage,
'oiled Ham, Shot Guns,
^otted Tongue, Shells,
/?ienio Hams. Stock Powder,
Plow Lines, Trays,
laisins, Table Cutlnrv,
lice, Table Salt,
lop??, -Vegetal iles,
toail Beef, Vinegar,
loasl CotiV. Well Rockets,
if-ck Salt, Well Wheels,
lubbers, Wei f Chains,
;LD, S. C.
TA X NOTICE
j WILL bo iit (ho following places,
on I he days and dates named,
for the purpose of collecting taxes.
The levy fer the present fiscal year
is as follows: For State tax, 54
mills; Ordinary county, 1? mills;
Bridge, $ mills; Court expenses,
?g mills; School tax, 2 mills ; Total
mills, lOf. A poll tax of $1.00 on
all male citizens between the agc6
of 21 and 50.
There is a special tax of 2* mills
on all property in the corporate
limits of the town of Edgefield,
including railroad property, to pay
interest on the bonded debt of the
town, Also, a special tax of 3
mills for school purposes on all
property in the Ridge Spring
School District, including railroad
property. Also, a special tax of
3? mills, on all property io Shaw
Township, and that portion of
Trenton School District formerly
belonging to Shaw Township in
cluding all the property of the C.,
C. & A. R. R. and the C., C. G. &
C. R. R. in said township and
school district, levied to pay one
annual instalment and interest on
bonds issued to aid in the construc
tion of the C., C. G. & C. R. R.
Also, a special tax of 3 mills for
school purposes on all property in
Union Grove School District
Trenton. Monday, Oct. 16
Johnston, Tuesday, .* 17
Wallia, Wednesday,Sib till 12m
Ridge Spring, Wednesday, " afr i pm
Holstein'! Cross Hoads, Thursday, Oct. 19
Mount Willing, Friday.
Watson*? Store, Saturday,
Forrest's Store, Monday,
J. C. Caughman's, Tuesday.
Pcurit'oy's, Thursday, " 30
Dennys, Friday, " 37
Kiehardsonville, Saturday, M 20
Coleman's Cross Roads, Monday, ** 30
A.P. Colemrn's, Tuesday. M 31
Owdoots, Wednesday, Nov. >
Haiti wan ge rs, Thursday,
A S Werts, Friday, " 3
"day, " 4
Williams Mill, Monday. 6
Stevens Uros, Saturday,
Kirkseys, Tuesday M 7
Rosa, Wednesday, " S
Caillons, Thursday, " 9
Minors, Friday, M
Longmires, Saturday, "
Plum Branch, Monday, 41 13
Parksville, Tuesday. M 14
Modoc. Wednesday, " is
Clarks Hill, Thursday, u 16
Holder's Shop, Friday, " 17
Colliers, Monday, "
Red ill. Tuesday, I"
Ojiarles, Wednesday, 22d till 12m
Pleasant Lane, Thursday, Nov. 23
Meeting Street, Friday, .' 34
From the 25ih o? Nov., until
the 31st of Dec. at the Treasurer's
office at Edgefield C. H., after
time 15 per cent, penalty will be
added to all delinquents.
W. L. STEVENS,
Treasurer E. C.
PADGETT PAYS IKE FREIGHT
V. hy r?jf Extreme Trices for Coods!
fend for lafetope and See What You Can Sara !
$ 1 5 aSiOTOAI ^ |S
(toling ni l?iit-au,
Ikdsload .V: W'nsll
?tnnd- wo: Hi ?j.?;
PRICE NOW $15
Wu other Heil room
Suits, Ml prices.
Just to introduce them.
No freight paid on this Or
gan. Guaranteed to bo a
good organ or money re
I TSTrglnrTTTllMi TWRLUit, nuns, consiBinig
ol .Sofa, Ann Chair, Rocking Chair, Divan,
and 2 ?Ide Chairs-worth $45. Will deliver
lt to your depot for $33.
This No. 7
ed to your
A$55 SIWIW 2?ACHQ7Z
with uti attachments, for
delivered to your depot.
?.The regular price of this
SUGG Y in 65 to 75 dollars.
Thc manufacturer pays all
the expenses and I sell them
to you for Sfe42.75
and guarantee every one a
bargain. No freight paid
on this Buggy
A $eso PIANO
delivered nt your depot g \t
nil freight paid for ?190 ^vl?
Send for catalogues of Furniture, Cooking
Stoves, BHby Cnrriages, Bicycle*, Organs, Pi
anos, Tea Sets. Dinner Sets, Lamps, &c, and
SAVE MONEY. Address
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We especially solicit the planter's trade;
Do strictly a commission business.
Charge low in conformity with the times.
Bagging and ties furnished at lowest market price.
Write to us for terms.
Cash advances on cotton by wagon or railroad.
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All orders for Private or Medical use shall have my promp? and
Agent for Veuve-Clicquot Ponsardin Urbana Wine Company, An?
hcUser-Bnsch Brewing Association.
601 and 802 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA._
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Satisfied that I can please the public better than anyone else, I have re
sumed charge of my Restaurant, and will in the future run it myself as a
first-class Restaurant and Boarding House, and respectfully solicit the patron
age of the public. I will also have for sale on every FRIDAY
FRESH FISH and OYSTERS.
Remember the day for Fresh Fish and Oysters, every Friday. r?noW~thatr
I can please all who patronize me, and intend todo it.
W. T. HOFFMAN, 1
ETJa-BFTELJJ, S. C.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
The next session will begin
September 37, 1S93.
The climate if salubrious. The rourne of
J study ?H extendive and thorough, the axpeDiaa
moderate. For Catalogne und lull inferaiation,
write to the President.
C. MAJSTLY. T>.JO.
Q II I X B Y & CO.,
Hardware. Crockery, and Groceries.
Harness, Wnips, Trace hains, Sole and Harness Leather, Breech amt Muzzle Loading Gnus.
jflfflr- It costs you nothing to put your teams in our yard, which is
filled with good stables.
g0T We have the best COTTON MARKET in the country.
QUINBY & CO.,
of dealing with a
y of our guarantee of
we command for fil
ling orders promptly.
T THE VAqiETT
of articles manufactured
and sold by us.
T THE EMMY
in our prices, always
r THE nwHpmcE
of writing to us
for estimates or
?ST? LiUiw?Ef* Co.,