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THUS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19,1901.
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Edgefleld, S. C.
WONDER how McLaurin will feel
when ousted ont of both parties ?
THE degree of LL. D., has been
conferred upon Andrew Carnegie
by Glasgow University.
SENATOR Tillman will deliver
an address in Bishopville Thurs
day at the laying of the corner j
- stone of the new Town Hall.
THE board of equalization of j
railroad property has made its re
port. The revenue of the state
will this year be increased nearly
$10,000 by reason of the incrased |
value of the roadbeds.
.THE State Summer School con
venes Thursday at Spartanburg.
The State Teachers' association
closes its session this evening.
The State Superintendent of Edu
cation will be in charge of the
school and he now has his office at
THE State, in a column article,
explained to the Carolina Spartan,
in i's very impressive style, that
it did not endorse Tillman, but
endorsed views which Tillman
holds in preference to those of the
THE day of resigning and with
drawing resignations is at hand.
In thi3 particular instance it is
very gratifying indeed and will be
beneficial in educational circles.
Dr. J. H. Carlisle bbs consented to
remain President of Wofford Col
lege another year.
THE Standard Oil company is
Mup_'to its business" Knowing
that eloctnc lights, etc. are de
creasing the demands for oil, they j
put on the market "smokeless,!
ordorless, wickless 'oil eaters"'
to consume their profitable oil. j
They have made a success, and
"nothingsucceeds like success."
SOUTH Carolina is steadily com
ing to the foremost ranks as a man
ufacturing centro,, and tte-rapntw?
tion is fast spreading as to the su
perior quality of goods made. The
Pelter cotton mill recently sent
10,000 bales of goods to Shanghai,
China. The Orr mills, of Ander
son, shipped a car load to the
THE machinists' strike is still
on in Columbia and elsewhere. In
sn issue of The State a few days
ago a machinist said : " We have
the people with us, and we are
bound to win." Old Father Time
must be in sympathy with the Co
lumbians, as the city clock at the
capitol started on a strike last
THE Columbia post office has
been advanced from second to first
class, with increase of the postmas
ter's salary. The term of the pres
ent postmaster will soon expire.
If McLaurin don't be careful how
he offers the Columbia postmaster
ship some one will be fool enough
to accept it since the increase of j
the salary. It will beat editing a
certain afternoon daily, any way.
SINCE the Governor's letter the I
political pot has gone down to a j
mild simmer.-Aiken Journal and !
The political timber used for fuel
must be green. It will boil as soon
as seasoned, for there is plenty of J
timber in the kiln. Yes, we dare
say it will boil so hard and hot I
that some of the "little fellows" !
will boil out.
CANDIDATES to West Point will
hereafter have to be better equip
ped to gain admission to that in
stitution. Heretofore a large part
of the time of candidates has been
given to elementary studies. The
standards will be advanced to cor
respond with the graduating stan
dards of the high schools of the
country, thereby doing away with
the studies with which high school
students are familiar with.
In setting and distributing type
a compositor's hand travels on an
average ll miles a day. Leaving
Sundays and holidays out of ac
count, thia means about 3,000
miles a year.-Exchange.
We would be obliged if some
one would inform us how many
miles a compositor's hand travels
when he rests four days of a week
and works Sundays. Can you
tell us, Aiken Times ?
Teddy Roosevelt ought to live
in South Carolina. He would find
all the strenuousness he desires in
politics in that state.-Atlanta
Yes, we suppose he could, but
if Georgia needs any "Rough
Riders" she may have Teddy.
South Carolina wouldn't mind get
ting rid of some of her " Rough
MONDA Yw?s the day set for
bricklayers of Columbia to sti
for 33? cents an hour for 9 hoi
A compromise, agreeable to
concerned has been reached, i
the men now work for 30 cents
hour for a 9-hours work day. Tl
had been getting 33$ cents for
hours, so they have really consc
ed to a reduction of wages,
seems they were after " more ]
and less work," but they were \
fortunate and received " less w<
and lesa pay" as a compromise.
WE do not feel the effects
the many new oil wells. We re
the encouraging reports by a lif
which consumes oil that costs
cents per gallon, 5 cents higl
on the gallon in Edgefield than
is in our neighboring towns-A:
en, for instance. But from t
beginning of the world the co
mand haB been : ''Let there
light." But is only a course
time until Edgefield will no long
have need of oil, but will be
luminated with the bright rays
electric lights. Hasten the timt
DR. A. P. MONTAGUE, Preside
of Furman University, Green vii!
has -eceived a most flattering ct
from a committee representing t!
trustees of the University of Al
bama, requesting him to meet tl
committee at Montgomery for
conference with regard to the pre
idency of that institution. E
Montague, having assurances h
administration is giving satisfa
tion, has declined to confer wit
the committee and has consent?
not to disturb his relations wit
Furman university for the presen
CITIZENS of Richland county ai
awakening to the needs of butt<
school facilities. The an.ouuci
ment of the establishment of
high school at Hyatt park hi
had good effect. Waverly, a sui
urb of Columbia, is tj have a nin
months ichool, doing primary an
academic work, with all the intei
mediate grades. The public fun
is to supplemented by private con
tributions. This is in keepin
with Columbia's progress. Go il
Of the 1,500 convicte in Tennee
see, 22 claim to be college gradu
With a thorough college educa
cation they certainly should fil
their positions with satisfaction t
nil, and retire at the expiration o
their term with distinguished hon
ors and be better prepared to en
joy their holidays, after havinj
worn the striped uniform laborinj
for the betterment of their coun
THE trial of the celebrated slayi
owners of Anderson, which creat
ed Buch a sensation in March hav
all been ended. A majority of th'
number plead guilty and wen
fined. The case against Harriet
and Will Owens, indicted for thi
murder of L. V. Watson, in April
were found guilty and sentencec
to life imprisonment. Wonder i:
our Northern papers had a corres
pondent at the trial and gave it ?
scare head in their paper as the}
did at time of the investigation ?
CAPT. D. C. Heyward, an honor
ored citizen of Colleton county
has consented to make the rac?
for Governor. It ?B said he entert
the contest as well equipped and
under as favorable conditions ai
any man who could aspire to thal
exalted office. Entering undei
favorble conditions is easy, but
to enter and win under conditions
as they confront you in the rough
voyage, is something else. Let'e
wait and see if old Edgefield is not
to be found making a mighty good
showing in the final count for thif
THE hotel rates at Buffalo have
grown to be an open scandal whict
will ruin the Exposition there al
together if not reformed. Sever
dollars a day for a room, without
board, is a little too much, but it
is the prevailing rate there.-The
We are glad to know. the Jour
nal ie BO "well fixed" financially,
as to think $7 a day is only "a lit
tle too much." If the editors who
intend taking the trip to Buffalo,
hear of this they will decide that
the Exposition is not the only
thing that will be ruined-the
pocket books of the editors who
are fortunate enough to pay foi
one day's lodging and meals, will
ba an open an empty sh ame which
will be past reformation.
THE Governor has pardoned Jno.
G. Chaffin, who, a little over three
years ago, killed Architect Grube.
Chaffin was tried, convicted of
murder, and sentenced to the pen
itentiary for 4life. The case was
carried to the higher courts, but
to no avail, and he entered upon
his life term of imprisonment the
latter part of 1899. Governor Mc
sweeney has receceived numerous
letters and petitions begging for
the exercise of executive clemency,
stating that the conviction was
unjust. Gov, Bob Taylor, of Ten
nessee was among the number who
appealed to our Governor in the
case of Chaffin. Truly, we have
a kind-hearted and merciful Gov
"\ ,* .
To oe Hel?lat Philippi Church on
FRIDAY, JULY 12-MORNING
10 :3o-Devotional Exercises.
,12:00-Address of Welcome
by Dr, W. P. Timmerman.
Reply by P. R .Waits
2:00-Reports from Sunday
2145-Qi y I. How can
members of the Sunday
Schools be induced to do
more Bible Reading ?
Speakers : J. M. Shaffer, P.
R. Waits, S.B. Marsh.
Query II. Who is responsible
to the world for a Pure
Gospel ? Speakers : Thos.
H. Rainsford, W. D. Hoi
land, and J. M. Bell, Jr.
Query III. The Relation of
the Sunday-School to the
Church. Speakers: J. L.
Smith, B. E. Nicholson and
W. A. Strom.
3 :oo-Question Box.
Miscellaneous, and adjourn.
10:00 to 10:30-Devotional
Query IV. How I prepare
the Sunday-School Lesson.
Speakers: Dr. D. A. J.
Bell, G. M. Smith, and Ju
Query V. How to Teach the
Lesson. Speakers : S. M.
Jordan, D. T. Ouzts, and J.
Query VI. Relationship of
Sunday-School and Pastor.
Speakers : Dr. L. R. Gwalt
ney, Rev. P. B. Lanham,
and Rev. F, E. Hodges.
Song Service, 20 minutes.
Query VII. What are the
greatest dangers attending
the Sunday-School and how
best met ? Speakers : F.
N. K. Bailey, E. G.Morgan
and J. B. Timmerman. ,
Query VIII. How can we
bring about a Revival in
our Sunday-School? Speak
ers : R. H. McKie, Rev.
G. W. Davis and Rev. J.
Query IX. What are the
Benefits of the Inter-De
nominational Work ? Spea
r-kira .-?Tr^ -BrrrTTT^rtnTJr
N. Markeri, Rev. Clyde.
Opening Question Box.
Miscellaneous, and adjourn.
Services on Sunday to be
provided by Convention.
All Ministers and Superintendents
are members ex-officio. Two delegates
are allowed from eaoh school, but tho
larger schools have a delegate for each
All church workers and those sym
pathizing with the cause u 1 heartily
invited to meet with us.
Let this be everybody's convention;
all ready to work as called on, or to
volunteer ?. word in season. "lb the
multitude of council there is safety."
Use this occasion to cultivate co-op
eration between all Christian bodies
in our country. "Behold how good
and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell
together in unity,"
Pray for the convention, that the
Holy Spirit may use us to promote in
many ways the Kingdom of Christ.
Remember (he t ine and place, and
let every delegate and speaker appoint
ed be on hand.
G. M. SMITH,
J. R. REESE,
THOS. H. RAINSFORD,
REV. F. E. HODGES,
REV. J. T. LITTLEJOHN,
L. F. DORN,
Free Scholarships for Girls.
The South Carolina Federation
of Women's Clubs has issued the
Tht. attention of all South Car
olina club women is called to the
the fac? tnat the scholarships be
'onging to the South Carolina Fed
eration will be open for competi
tion on July 12, 1901. We are
ve; y fortunate in securing such
valuable gifts from the leading
educational institutions in the
state, and we should use our best
influence to see that these scholar
ships are filled. The scholarships
are as tollows :
Forty-two of free tuition at Con
verse college, Spartanburg, one for
each county in the state.
One of free tuition at Winthrop
college, Rock Hill, open to the
state at large. .
One of free tuition at the Pres
byterian Coilege for Women, Co
lumbia, open to the Btate at large.
One of free tuition at Mrs. I. A.
Smith's School for Youug Ladies,
Charleston, open to the s'at.i at
One of free tuition at Miss Itfa
McCollough's School for Girls, at
Walhalla, open to the state at
One of freo tuition ftt tho Alum
nae Club School of Domostic Sci
ence, Louisville, Ky., open to tho
state at large.
Any Club ionian wishing fur
ther particulars in regard to apy
of these scholarships^ wjlj. plaas?
apply, before July 1, to the chap
man of the educational depart
ment, Miss Christie H. Poppen
heim, 31 Meeting street, Charles
ton, S. C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY or EDGEFIELD,
In the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Ju?ge
Whereas, Mrs. Caroline W.Floyd
has made suit to me to grant her
Letters of Administration, of the
estate and efteots of John Floyd,
These are, therefore, to cite arid
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of tho said
John Floyd, deceased, that |
they be and appear before mo in
the Court of Probate to be held at i
Edgefield C. H., S. C., on the 5th
day ot July, next, after puo?i-|
cation thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand the 18th
, .-A-. day of June, A.
SEAL. > D. 1901, and publish
( -' J ed in the ADVERTISER
June 19th, 1901.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C. vi
Applicants to Teach.
Notice is hereby given that an
examination of applicants to teach
in the public schools of Edgefield
county will be held at Edgefield
court house on Friday, June 21stU
Trustees of schools are request- j
ed to send in their annual reports
at once. A. R. NICHOLSON, (
County Supt. Edu. E. C./
College of Charleston.
College of Charleston, Charleston,
S. C.. was founded in 1785, bas strong]
faculty; well equipped chemical phy
sical, and biological lab: ra tories: ob-I
servatory; library of 14,000 volumes;
and tin finest museum of natural his
tory in the south. B. A., B. S., and M. |
A. courses offered..
Tuition $40, payable in two install
ments. Board in College Dormitory
can be obtained at $10 a month. One
scholarship, giving (ree tuition, is as
signed ts Idgefield county, the holder
to be appointed by the Judge of Pro
bate and the County Superintendent
of Education. All candidat?s for ad
mission are permitted to compete for
vacant Boyce scholarships, which pay
$150 a year. Entrance examinations
will be held in Edgefield, on Joly 12,
1901, by the County Superintendent
and Judge of Probate. Next session
opens September 30, 1901. For cata
logue, address the president
FOR SALE-In town of Edgefield,
situate on south side of Addison ave
nue, five acres of good land, two-room
dwelling, recently overhauled, good
well of water; also good building lot
on street running from Griffin bill to
Columbia street. Price for the whole
FOR SALK-Horn's Creek lands, 165
mum,Q feviuJ. ttuuuli bu-i:H u - "
tered on two sides, good springs, fine
stock farm, best of cotton lands. Seven
miles south of Edgefield C H. Price
FOR SALK-100 acres land, (old Fair
homestead) 6-rcom dwelling, 2 good
tenant houses, all necessary outbuild
ings, good gin house, well watered,
good pasture and fine cotton lands. Six
miles south of Edgefield C H. Trite
212*2 acres, good 4-room dwelling, 4
good tenant houses, well watered, 8
good springs, creek through entire
plantation, best cotton lands in South
Carolina, 40 to 50 acres fine bottom
lands, high state of cultivatiyn. Five
miles south ot Edgefield c H. Price
FOR SALE-1 5-room cottage north
side of Geter street ; price $1000.
1 4-room cottage, west side of Bun
combe street; price $850.
1 5-1 oom cottage, west: side Buncombe
street ; price $1000. 4janl902
FOR SALE-One tract of Und con
taining 140 acres vt i th seven-room cot
tage and two tenant houses, situate
one and a half miles north of Trenton.
Price $15 per acre. 30jan26Jan
FOR SALE-One of the most desirable
building lots in the town, situate on
South side of Main street, about two
hundred yards from public square,
containing one and one-half acres,
more or less,"good two-room dwelling,
good spring of water on lot. Price
For Sale-80 acres, two tenant bouses,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
cotton and corn farm lands. Price
1 per acre. 2janl2m
For Sale-65 acres, one tenant house,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
farming lands. 2janl2m.
For Sale-In town of Edgefield, six
room dwelling on north side of Main
street, in heart of towb, barn and ?ta
bles, servant's house, good well of wa
ter. Everything comparatively new*
Price $2500. 2jan6m
For Sale-136 acres, two tenant
houses, 90 acres in cultivation, three
miles east of Woodlawn, good stock
farm, also good land for cotton and
corn. Price $5 per acre. 2janl2m
1,000 acres land, 9 miles north of
Edgefield, (the old Dr Clint Tompkins
place), good dwelling, out buildings,
well watered, good stand for store;
also mill site on land, fine stock range.
Price $6500 as a whole, or will cat up
land in small tracts. Apply to W. N.
Lot in town of feet Modoo, 38x106
Price $50. Apply to W. N. Burnett
Real Estate gent. 6m.,
FOR SALE-117)4 acres land % mile
from Trenton ; good barn and stables,
2 wells good water, two good tenant
houses; 100 acres in cultivation: price
$2,000. W. K. Burnett, Real Estate
Agent. .12m-dec 12-1900
House and lot on Geter street, at
present occupied byT.C. Strom. Price
$1600, one-third cash. Termo to suit
purchaser. W. N. Burnett, Real Es
For salej in the town of lEdgefleld,
one house and lot on south side of Ge
ter street. House contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms-' $2?0 .cash, or $300 on time.
ll3^ aor?s of }$hd ip town of Edge
field, West End, on Jpfer Street. Price
$300. W. N. Burnett, Real ?state
4- seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street, in the town of jEdgefield, good
servants and ojtbar outhouses; also
good weH "pf wafer, $jtfi 40$e'jre8 of
land. Reasonable terms. '
Apply ip perpop or by letter to
W. N, BURNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT. 1
FLORENCE, S. C., Nov. 25,1900.
I was first advLed by our
family physician in Charleston to
USOTEETLINA with our baby when
she was but a very young infant,
as a preventive of colic and to
warm an i to sweeten the stomach.
Later it was useful in teething
troubles, and its effect has been
found to be so very beneficial and
BO free from the dangers that are
consequent upon the use of drugs
and soothing syrups that we havo
come to regard it, afteruse with
three children, as one of the ne
cessities when there is a new baby
in the house and until the teething
troubles are, and we take pleasure
iu recommending it to our friends
instead of the horrid stuff that so
many people use to keep their
HARTWELL M. AYER,
(Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly
to SW Oners!
SOQGEOD ai)0 DEPISfl.
Office and Infirmary at
B. L. Jones' stables. rear
of Court House,
EJDd-E^IEXjX. S. O,
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
j?VWill answer telephone calls
iE pK OF JjDGEFIELD
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL ?R
W. ?. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHJCPPARD, President
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. M i MS, Cashier.
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Money .to loan on liberal terms.
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pound of cure combined. Ask for it
take no substitute, if your merchant
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Pullman stooping cars botweon Jacksonville
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One Dwelling Honst and lot
one mile from Court House on
Buncombe St, House contains 5
large rooms, and a commodious
?>autry and stove room. On the
ot there is a barn and stables, a
servant house aud a well of fine
water. For further particulars
D. S. DuBOSE,
May 8-3m Edgefield, S. C.
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SEE that elegant line of LADIES' GAUZE VESTS at
5c to 50c.
The 5c and 10c Counters
Are quite attractive. Come to see them.
BUSTLES and SKIRT FORMS.
We ask an inspection of our lines and at least a part of
W. H. TURNER,
NEXT TO COBB'S.
E DGE FIE LD ,
AK OLD HOMESTEAD
By the use of onr superior pride of
the South No. 1 paints is a trans
formation devoutly to be wished"
by those who wish to preserve
their property and have it look
fresh and attractive. Our high
grade Pride of the South Paints
are made from the best colors, aud
will not peel or blister when ap
plied, but are v<?ry durable. We
carry one of the largest lines o*\C~M
a^ray-bnrsfaesTn^SoWa-nd'aTe the f?ownwn~B*^nratfve-fB*^
jf the Cleveland Varnish Co. MR. W. E. LYNCH handlos our goodB ../
and can supply you with anything in our line.
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.
841 BR/OAJD STREET
The Standard ef Purity in
lt Has the Subtle Charm in Flavor to
Please Consumers. ?
QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolina.
FRANK G. TULLIDGE & CO., CincinnatLObio.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga.,
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defects of
?tight, grinds the proper glasses and WAK
Lenses cut inte your frame while you wait.
FRPT flC r'" ??P tells if yon n .-cd
? ItiusMi U: .. .-?*" . nci'iciaeorelee*
?>5? the name of D. D. Tomllnson, g
? fi Paila., OD the label of toe bottle, r* & ;
Best External Remedy In th? World far
SPRAINS, BACKACHE, &c,
Depot : No. 400 North Street,
GEO. T. SHARFT0N.
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully wlicit th* patronage of
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examinations.
Gins ai)Q Presses.
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete (Jotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin. Press,
Cane Mil!, and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Fu ric
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, M ll
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Lombard In Ms k
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works
gjgr Repa?is Promptly Done
The examinations for the award
of vacant scholarships in Win
throp College and for the admis
sion of new students will be held
at the County Court House on
Friday, July 12th, at 9 a. m. Ap
plicants must not be less than fif
teen years of age. When scholar
ships are vacated after July 12th,
they will be awarded to those mak
ing the highest average at this
examination. The cost of attend
ance, including board, furnished
room, heat, light and wasniug, is
$9.00 jier mouth. For further in
formation and a catalogue address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
D T. G1UCK.
HENRY C. WATSON.
t : \
GR?CE 4 WATSQf?,
gUSF Patronage of the public sol c
lied. Prompt, faithful, and carefu
service. Reasonable charges. ' " '