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ri ?S. J. ADAMS,.KDITOK
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16.
It is found that bicycle riding
brings on rheumatism.
A colony of negroes will leave
Atlanta in March for Liberia.
And now comes the good news
that Coosaw has gone to word
The Coosaw Mining Company
has resumed work, to the delight
of the business men of Beaufort.
Clemson's second annual com
mencement occurred last Wednes
day. Twenty-five young men grad
uated. _ _
The most extensive cemetery
in Europe is that at Rome, in which
'over 6,000,000 human beings have
Atlanta has a hotel in which
the rooms are designated by the
names of States. The office is the
District of Columbia.
Spain's minister to the United
States has been ordered home be
cause, in a letter to a supposed
friondin the old country, he call
ed McKinley "a low politician."
If silver is dead as has been
claimed, there is no excuse for
the corpse to have behaved itself
in the United State Senate last
Governor Ellerbe has beeu in
vited by President and Mrs. Mc
Kinley to attend a reception at the
White House on the 16th. This
is the first public reception of this
The house committee on com
merce on last Friday killed the
Senate bill to permit the State o?
South Carolina to control liquor?
brought into the State in original
packages, so the dispensary law
dies the death.
new county government bill has
passed both house and senate.
This bill retains the County Su
pervisor and two other county of
ficers, lesser lights than the Su
pervisor, but does away with the
township tadpole commissioners.
We think this a good law, csrtain
ly so as compared with the present
Congressman Jerry Simpson's
exposure of Dingley's London hat
is going the rounds of the press.
The member from' Kansas can
always be depended on to spring a
sensation. And he did it in a
most successful manner with
Dingley's hat. The Republican
leader lost his head, and the more
he tried to explain, the more harm
he did himself. That hat story
will no doubt figure in the coming
Mexico is a land of mixed races,
earthquakes, epidemics, revolutious
silver dollars. There, according
to observations of W. J. Bryan
during a recent visit, cotton mills
are paying 16 per cent dividends,
overybody is working full time
at good wages, and the whole
country blossoms as the rose.
New England is a land of churches
and schcol houses, pension
abundance, savings banks, high
tariff and the gold standard, yet
last month the wages of 125,000
cotton mill workers were cut 10
A well known and thoroughly
. reliable gentleman in the city
informs The Register that a
private letter from oro of our
repreentives in congerss states
that the judiciary committee at its
meeting Thursday rendered a tie
vote on Senator Tillman's oill to
place the control of original pack
age stores in the hands of the
There are seventeen members of
the committee, and the same letter
states that nine are in favor of the
measure while eight oppose it.
At the committee meeting only
twelve were present, and their
sentiments werp equally divided.
Another meeting of the com
mittee will be called, the previous
action reconsidered, and the bill
reported favorably, it is confidently
In One Day.
Maps of Edeefield county, con
taining both Saluda and Green
wood, for sale at this office.
We are heartily ia favor oi the
bill providing for sessions of tho
Legislature every two years. That
would be a measure of real reforms
and we would have an abundance
of laws even then.-The Patrtot.
A New jersey boy has just be
came a racing maniac from smok
ing cigarettes. Unfortunately
this horrible example will not de
ter other*cigaratte fiends from
keeping up the supply cf examples
for an indefinite period.-Colum
The case isn't as bad for the
New Euglamd cotton mill men as
it seems. If it comes to the wor&t
and they cant make ends meet up
there, there is nothing to prevent
them from pulling up slakes,
coming south, starting anew and
being happy.-Wilmington Star.
A bill has been framed for
passage by the Virginia Legislature
to "facilitate the creating of
colonels." Any gentleman who
will take the oath of office and
subscribe to the anti-dueling oath
ma}' become a colonel for life upon
the payment of a fee of one dol
lar. Dollar colonel? is a nov,1 fad.
Mi. Foraker wants to kuow it
one American dollar won't buy
two Mexican dollars. It will.
Benjy, it will ; and on the sam^
principle, and for the same reason
that fifty American dollars will
buy two bales of cotton, when
formerly they would buy only
A half a dozen farmers from
Illinois and Iowa have recently
purchased farms in Georgia, in the
vicinity of Little River Station,
on the Georgia Railroad.- They
have brought with Ihem improved
farming machinery and i ni pl e
ments the Augu?t;i Chronicle says
it makes a new departure in fam
ing in that State. One ol" the new
se?tleis who went to Georgia ii;
February last, has already inadei
one crop and demonstrated what
scientific farming will do. He
used the most improved machinery
and had sixty acres of laud ii.
corn, which he broke up with steei
nulky plows and cultivated with
six shovel etilky plows. The yield
was over fifty bushels shelled
cora per acre, which was more
per acre than he made in Illinois.
This gentleman says, on his arrival,
he was told the Illinois system of
farming would not do in Georgia,
but that he produced more than
twice as much corn as his native
It is reasonable that the same
thing can as easily be done in
South Carolina as in Georgia.
CANDIDATES TO DATE.
The following have about made
up their miuds to stand for the
State ofnees named :
Governor: W. H. Ellerbe, Ma
rion ; Geo. D. Tillman, Edgefield :
R. B. Watson, Saluda; E. L.
Archer, Spartanburg; O. L.
Schumpert, Newberry ; S. G. May
field, Bamberg; A. H. Paterson,
Barnwell ; Knox Livingstone.
Secretary of State : D. H. Tomp
kins, Greenwood ; Jno. B. Bron
son, Barnwell ; R. M. Cooper, Col
Attorney General : H. H. Evans.
Newberry; G. Duncau Bellinger,
Barnwell; W. P. Pollock, Ches
terfield ; C. L. Winkler, Kershaw,
C. P. Townsend, Marlboro.
Superintendent of Education:
T.C. Robinson, Pickens; T. G.
White, Beaufort; W. A. Brown,
Marion; W. D. Mayfield, Colum
Adjutant and Inspector Gener
al: Henry T. Thompson, Darling
ton; R. N. Richbourg, Richland;
John Gary Watts, Laurens; John
Black, . Coileton ; J. W. Floyd,
So far no opposition has devel
oped to State Treasurer Tim mer
NO LOAFERS THERE,
A North Carolina Village Where
'.Three miles from nowhere, i'i
a little backwoods village over in
North Carolina, the other day, I
found the one town in the world
where everybody works and no
loafing is permitted," said a well
known traveling salesman to a
Louisville Post reporter.
"In this hamlet there is no
idleness that is not voluntary or
vicious, and this privilege ia not
allowed even to the wandering
Willie out of a job.
"Ou a sigh at the postoffice in
Beechland is this injunction:
"No loafing allowed in this town.
We work, and so must everybody
else who expects to reside here for
auy length of time. Idleness
breeds crime, and as we never had
a robbery or a murder here wo have
determined to strike at tho root
cf all evil. Tramps will be given
one hour in which to depart, and
honest, men out of employment
will be given work if they desire
it. If not they must "git," and
"git" as quick as their lazy legs
will carry them away from our
village. This means you.'"
A LOVE SONG.
My darling is over the occean,
My darling is over the se? .
She's over there hunting a title,
And that's what is bothering me.
Her father has got many millions,
Aud her mother is simplyjmraense;
They don't know a noun from an
Or the past from the future teens.
Butthey both want their beautiful
To marry a baron, at least;
So they've taken lier over the water
To show her oft" like a caged beast.
Oh, come back, my beautiful darling,
Come hither, sweet,over the sea;
Oh, cease your mad quest for a title
Come back and be happy with me
There are other swept giris here, and
A one could, no doubt, make me
But none of the rest has your wealthy,
Indulgent, illiterate dad!
Thc Greatest College Gathering
In The History ol' The Church.
In Cleveland, Ohio, meeting
February 23rd through the 27th,
there will be assembled the conven
tion of the Student Volunteer
Movement for Foreign Missions,
aud will call together represen
THE COLLEGES OF .VORTH AMERICA.
Representative students and
professors from the denominational
colleges, the independent and
state universities, the theological
seminaries and medical colleges
ol the United States and Canada
will be present. The larger part
of the delegate body will be made
up of students and professors in
these institutions, many of whom
have pledged their ?ives to further
Christ's kingdom throughout the
It i.s a fact that over fifty of Ibe,
groat missionary Boards will be
of?ically represented by mis
sionaries, editor? of religious
journals, clergmen, professors,
Board secretaries. Such young
people's movements as the
Ohrisiau End-eavor Society, the
Brot he! hood of St. Andrew, and
the Epworth League will s-jiid
NOTIONS OF THE ORIENT.
A reliable statemeut is made
that in addition to the delegate
body from the United States and
Canada, representatives will be
present from the following coun
tries: Great Britain and Ireland,
?India aud Ceylon, MaylayBia,
Burma,Laos, China, Korea, Japan,
Persia, Syr'a, Turkey, Papal Eu
rope, Central Africa, North Afri
ca, West Africa, the United States
of Columbia, Brazil, Chili, and
the mission fields in the Pacific
WHAT IS THE VOLUNTEER MOVE
The Student Volunteer Move
ment is widely known as an inter
denominational missionary agen
cy, having more than eight hun
dred institutions of higher learn
ing in the United States and Can
ada as ils field. It does not inde
pendently commission or support
missionaries, but works in co-ope
ration with the regular mission
Boards, and through its efforts
hundreds of missionaries have
been furnished the Boards, and are
now laboring in the Orient, Afri
ca, and South America.
Among its objects are :
1. To enlist the students in the
colleges and theological semina
ries in prayer and labor for the
proclamation of the Gospel
throughout(the world in our gen
2. To enroll among the students
of the continent Volunteers who
may be sent by the Boards to the
different fields for lay or clerical
3. To inform, through its
extensive system of educational
classes, the Chrisfiau students of
North America in regard to the
progress and n-'eds of modern
missions. In over three hundred
colleges there are such classes
following the Movement's courses.
4. To arouse students and other
Christians to the obligation of
immediate financial co-operation
with the different Boards of
in One Day.
as to the whereabouts of George
Hill, an Englishman, who came to
this country about 50 years ago.
Any person giving his present ad
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J. D. Alien, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Frank A. Wasbirrgtm
made Buit to me to grant bim Let
ters of Administration of the estate
ant1 effects of Rev. Allen Washing
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular thekiu
dred and-, creditors of tho said
Rev. Allen Washington, dec'd. that
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgerield C. H.. S. C., ou the 24th
rit February ' next, after publica
tion thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Giveu under ray hand the 4th
,-A-, . day of February, A.
j SEAL. [ D. 1898, and publish
' .-s^~> ' ed in tho ADVERTISED
Feb. 9th, 1898.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. G.
Municipal Registration No
The books for the registration of.
the voters of the town of Edgefield,
S. C., will be open at my store fij^m-,
Jan. 1st, 1898, to April 1st, 1898,
'said registration being for the
general election to be held on
April 11th, 1898, for the election of
Intendant and Wardens to serve
for the ensuing year.
J. L. MIMS,
Supervisor Registration Town of
Edgefield, S. C.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1897.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 ara 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217p m ll 30 p m
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm .
Ar Laurens.... 115pm 700am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn Sp'gs-405 pm .
Ar Spartanburg.. 3 00 p m 9 25 am
Ar Saluda_ 5 23 pm 5 23 p m
Ar Hendersonville 5 51 p m 1 45 p m
Lv Ashville.... 820am .
Lv Spartanburg ll 45 a m 4 00 p m
Lv Greenville....ll 55am 4.00 pm
ArLaurens.... 1 30 p m 7pm
Lv Anderson. 700am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 pm 5 00am
Lv Augusta- 5 05 p m 9 35 am
Lv Savannah.... 5 55 a m .
Lv Calhlouu Falls 444 p m
Ar Raeigh.... 2 16am
Ar Norfolk.... 7 30 am
Ar Petersburg - 6 00 a m
Ar Richmond.... S 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 2 65 pm
Ar Allendale.'.. 5 00 p m
" Fairfax. 6 15 p m
" Yemassee. 6 20 p m
" Beaufort. 7 20 pm
" Port Royal. 7 30 p m
" Charleston. 8 08 p m
u Savannah. . 8 00 pm
Lv Savannah. 6 60 a m
" Charleston. 6 50 a m
" Port Royal. 8 15am
" Beaufort. 8 25 a m
" Yemaasee. 9 25 a m
" Fairfax. 10 32 a m
" Allendale. 10 47 a m
Ar Augusta. 13 55 a m
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all points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Assessment of Property.
For the purpose of assessing prop
erty Auditor Haltiwanger will beat
Edgefield from Jan. 1st to Jan. 6th.
Trenton, Thursday, Jan. 6
Johnston, Friday, ? 7
Elmwood, Saturday, " 8
Pleasant Lane, Monday, 11 10
S. Cheatham's stor*, Tuesday, * ll
Red Hill, Wednesday, * 12
Colliers, Thursday, ? 13
\V. Cheatham's store, Friday, ? H
Clark's Hill, Saturday, " 15
M od DO, Monday, " 17
I'arksville, Tuesday, u 18
Plum Branch, Wednesday, " 19
Longniires, Thursday, ? 20
Quarles', Friday, ? 21
And at Edgefield C. H. to Feb. 20th,
1S!)8. After which date 50 per cent
penalty will be added to the personal
property ol' all persons who have fail
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fiold, S. C., will be opened at my
?tore from Weduesday, Nov. 10th,
1897, to Saturday, Feb. 12th, 1898,
said registration being for a spe
cial election to be held in said
town, as to re-chartering under the
act of the General AsHembly of
1896. J- L. RUMS,
Supervisor Registration Town of
Edgefield, S. C. Nov. 10, '97
There will be an election held
in the Court House of the Town of
Edgefield, S. C., on Monday, Feb.
21, 1898, to determiue whether or
not the Town shall surrender her
charter and be incorporated under
tin act of the General Assembly
of South Caroliuafor 1896.
W. W. ADAMS, Intendant
Attest-T. B. LANHAM, Clerk.
Managers of Election : W. E
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rHERE are schools and schools, but there are some reasons why you should
patronize the Johnston Institute :
1st.-Johnston is a healthful location, on the famous "Ridge," which com
prises portions of Aiken, Edgefleld, Lexington and Saluda Counties. It
is absolutely free from malaria. The same diurnal range of temperature
as Santa Barbara, Cal. .
2nd.-Johnston is a moral community with few allurements to vice. No bar
' rooms or vicious company to degrade the students.
8rd.-The Superintendents conduct two boarding halls-Pickens Hall for
' young men and Rebecca Motte Hall for young ladies. In these Halls the
students are under restrictions and give their undivided time to their
studies. , _
th.-The Instituteis conducted ona Military basis. Boys are permitted, but
not required, to wear uniforms. This uniform is cheap, handsome and
durable. Students are taught to obey, as one can never rule well until
bo first learns to obey well.
.td.-Our eourse of study is thorough, practical and progressive. We flt stu
dents for life, as College Diplomas are issued to those who deserve them.
Otb_"We have Speeial Departments offering superior instructions in Book
keeping, Painting and Music. Call and see the character of work done.
Our rooms are open to inspection.
th._-.We have a big school. There is something stimulating and inspiringabout
large schools, because children learn not only from books but by ab
8th.-We have eleven teachers, S. M. Martin, John Lake, A. J. Reainy, C. C.
Herbert, Mian A. S. Arnold, Miss Sophie Swearingen, Mrs. L. C.Latimer,
Mis* Sue Sloan, Mrs. S. S. Cobb, Mrs. J. H. White, Mrs. A. J. Reamy. We
will add more if necessary.
9th.-Our School is under Christian influence, but strictly unsectarian. No
narrow denominational lines are drawn.
Oth.-We are giving the best possible education at the least possible cost.
The Institute is the school for the people. Board and tuition from $10
:o S12 per month, according to grade. Provisions taken in payment of
board. Students received at any time. For further information address
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