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KDUEFIELD, S.C., APRIL 6, 1871.
Slake il a farand Success.
Let no one forgot the Entertainment, in
behalf of the Soldiers' Monument, which
is t > com ? off iii the Masonic Hall on Thurs
.'.-j.i.aof next week. Hot Supper,
T D. J i rc, Cuarades. Price of admittance,
5J c: <. Price of Supper, 50 cts. We hope
the substantial fruits of this Entertainment
viii realize the expectations of the ladies.
They certainly deserve, and generally win,
? -A- v
Election fi?r Town Connell.
Our election for Town Council comes off
on Monday next. The ticket nominated
a tick 3*, of law, order, decency, and the fit
rr :? of t?i:nT*-stands in another column.
Qr rl,r^i tm?, man will do his dury
ryry <?r-<?>i!t7 next Tf one even "be missing
fy,,-,-, y.uy^^f. vrrv serious, cause,
l?? '---ri ho Anathema Maranatha!
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n-\ ^r \.,.?..-..., 'iiTiiiv thov have
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V""?-^ ?Vo.f .T"wTva?. QATTTTT Pf?, will
ri-, ^ Hi ?i ?i fny r,n?>?ir>Ti .TONI'S.
T">n T?T? "n'oiT? Mi r,^ to him " till dooms
day li fn<? mirninir."
V~-V Tr"'?r?nimf(? H(<f nrrp ncp.
O-? r^T> ^^T- ri?1!* lnof. fl?? Tr-fi r??frpt ve rv
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AIKTOV, nf *Vo TT^?-?'?, P^.iotc (?C?ti?U,
TV"?- "1T">* rn e^TOniV HT- Afr. .^ror'iTr1!
OT ?\??-T? r* ?* *V,0 c.-...?!-,?l. Jtrtil nOW I?'10
"-?.i, T,onn nf rrvnvorv. Tho
^.Mnnl^vq r?T* flirt poon TTO hflVP not bpPn
o-oo-r^otT, -\r?-. OT.OVRR has surren
dered himself and elven bail.
*???? Mr. .TOTTV 'VVOOT.T.'PY. Tax Collector,
ir. "?m ra/M^vin? *OT-O5 without addin<r thc
oo .,o- no^"jtr. continue- to do
so nnH] istjj inqf, Thooo inclined to
pv ttr.Tjr 'nxos had better call?n him be
fore that date.
Th? ."tZost ReRutifal Feature on Edge
Th?-most beautiful feature on Edgefield's
fa:e just now, is Mr. BRYAN'S, Store. Its
recent renovation makes it a thing of beau
ty. And Mr. BRYAN is recoiving a Spring
and Summer Stock which will do honor to
tho surroundings. He has already Elegant
Dry Good3 of.all kinds, to say nothing ot
tho thousand and one things over and above,
w ich are generally to be found ina village
Soe Mr. BavAN and Mr. YOUNOBLOOE
tw J honored landmarks-will always give
their friends-and they number thom among
three generations !-the heartiest welcome
Mr. B's advertisement has been received,
and will appear next week.
Holding thc Risht Bower in his
3ee. over there, the grand announcement
Of our friend ERUNSON. See it, and ac
knowledge that, as regards New Goods,
liko tho .' heathen Chinee," he holds the
right bower in hin sleeve. And when you
havo seenjbds Good-*, you will be still more
impressed with this fact. And then-to go
further into the " heathen Chinee'"-there"
young COBB, whose smile is " childlike and
bland," justas if he.didn't "understand
t.ie game."' But be does nevertheless. And
so does BRUN30N." "Which we are free
But then the "heathen Chinee"' cheated
m Dst outrageously, and we are suro thai
neither BRUNSON nor COBB would cheat in
tho most shadowy degree. So after all, we arc
wri:ing nonsense. It*is not nonsense how
ever, when we assure tho public that a vlsi:
to BRUNSON'S and an -inspection of his
Splendid Stock, would be, just uow, a most
Li "t?v F. Youmans Upon Francie Vt .
V,'e would express our kindest thanks U
our friend, LEIIOY F. YOUMANS, Esq., foi
a beautifully bound copy ot* his " Sketch o:
'f A g Life and Services ol' FRANCIS W. PICK
EN-.;, ol' South Carolina." Our readers will
rem omi; jr this Sketch-a truthful and eic
quent cri bu te to a great maa, and a superl
specimen of English-published in oui
c >iumns some sixteen or eighteen months
b ick. It has been published by the Daih
New i Company of Charleston, in a style
waioh would do credit to London or Leip
Z'L :. Every household in Edge?eld should
p ; ?esa this book. We do not know, how
erar, wiuth.-r it is for salo or not.
Holding Up The J.tankrt AU Round.
Wo allude to our enterprising young
friend, Mr. J. H. CJCEATHAM, whose far
spreading advertisement in another column,
claims the attention of the public at large.
It ii headed " Bran Now from Ato Izzard,"
which m jans that his entire stock is thor
o ; ;hiy an I profoundly nev.-. So^you maj
ba ?atiified that whatever you buy atthi.
e itsblishraent, will have the great virtue o;
It will ba remembered that heretofore, ir
mercantile life, "TOBY" has only held uj
one side of the blanket, and it must be re
membered further that ho has always held
up bli side very manfully. And a great
tjing it is in this lifo to hold up one's sid?
of the blanket manfully! And now tha>
he essays to hold it up all round, let hi
many friends assist him in achieving th(
dood. As for his Goods-take them in even
line-thoy arc of tho very iirst grade. And
he is now ro: u ? and waiting. Hurry ir.
rapidly, lest one side cf tho blanket droop
'..md rtnd ImmisxrAtioii Association
Tao Cour.er.says that an important onter
pri .o has j IK entered upon it? inception in
Charleston. Generals M. C. BUTLER and
M. W. GARY, and our distinguished fellow
ci'?zon, JoatN CEADWICK, Esq., have en
tered into ar. a^ociation for the purpose o'
?a;ilita?ng anet promoting immigialion into
cur State. Tho importance of this enter
prise will at ?n?e be perr-eived, and it will
bo equally apparent that in oidor to make
lt a success oar people throughout tho State
will have to ?end their cordial assistance to
it. The Association proposes to establish
agencies in the principal cities of Europo,
and the North and Northwest, for the pur
pose of inducing immigration, and assisting
Buch per-ion-t who may desire to como to the
?1: ar.d b?como permanent settlers upon
the =;oil. The lind proprietors throughout
the State, to whom particularly immigra
tion is of the vastest importance, can facili
tate the Association by offering theirsurplus
lan^l. for salo on easy terms of credit. The
A iodation proposes to negotiate the pur
chase of such lands for immigrants, and
call* upon its friends to furnish them at
once with the information as to thc amount
of land thoy :r,.:y have to dispose of. The
names of tho gentlemen who form tho As
. i : . ion are a sufficient guarantee of its re
il ibiiity, and we commend the entorpri.se
t > : ?o support and encouragement of our
citizens, with our best wishes for its suc
"fr Thc- Union Times says: "We learn
t ia: the ferryman at Shelton's Ferry was
. , ii au killi dab .utthreoo'clock on Mon
1 . af oon i?.-:, by some parties] atpres
u d :i Too firing was diatinctly
iv Tffsoiis ou both sides of the river.
much respected and trusty
colored man, aud suspicion rests upon some
colored persons as the perpetrators^ the
"We are to be Taxed ont of oar Prop
Below will be found important Resolu
tions, concerning tho vital question of Taxes,
adopted on Fridaj- evening last, by the
Charleston Board of Trade. We heartily
recommend to thc consideration of our peo
ple the action advised in these .Resolutions.
At this meeting of the Board of Trade,
vice-President WALTER said, among other
It is only necessary to look at the alarm
ing increase of the debt of the State, and
the reckless expenditure which has marked
the history of the State for tho past five
years, to satisfy us?t once, that, as tax-pay
ers, we are bearing a burden too grievous
to be borne and which must inevitablv re
sult in bankruptcy and ruin. It means
confiscation, and there are those who do not
hesitate to announce that such is the pur
pose. We are to be taxed out of our prop
The Hon. GEORGE A. TRENHOLM also up
held the Resolutions in a strong and earn
est speech. The Resolutions are manly
and straight-forward, containing nothing
of hostility to the government. Mr. TREN
HOLM concluded his speech thus :
It may well be doubted if tho entire gross
annual income of the people from all sources
amounts to $20.000,000. Of this sum, what
is expended in the payment of wages con
tributes nothing to tho public resources
from the remainder. The monstrous pro
portion of $4.000,000 is demanded for taxes
in a sin ?lo vear-82,000,000 for tho current
year, and ?2,000,000, by anticipation, for the
year 1S72. Every virtuous and patriotic
man in the country, of every party, upon a
calm consideration of the unhappy condi
tion of our suffering people, will admit the
magnitude of our grievances, and tho pa
tience and moderation of our conduct. It
is to them, to our countrymen, that we ap
neal for sympathy and support in the ef
fort to savo ourselves from ruin. I have
no fears of the results of this appeal, and I
give my hearty support to the resolutions.
Let us hold a public meeting for the con
sideration ol' the Tax question, and for the
further purpose of co-operating with our
neighbors in the premises.
Here aro the Resolutions :
Whereas, Under the operation of the pres
ent State Government, the majority of the
property-holders and taxpayers of the State,
from whom the public revenue is mainly
derived, are excluded from any power in
thc legislation of the State, and irom any
practical influence in the imposition of
And, whereas, Thc moneys raised by tax
ation are improvidently and corruptly used
and expended by persons who hold office
under the State government, and tho sums
appropriated for alleged public uses are ex
cossive and extravagant ;
And, whereas, The credit of the State has
been pledged illegally, and it is now pro
posed to pledge tho credit of tho State for
further loans, by a new issue of bonds,
which m'av be negotiated iu the market to
persons who may "take them, itt ignorance
*>f the circumstances under which'they arc
1. Resolved, That we, the property-hol
ders and taxpayers of the State, residing in
the City ol' Charleston, do herebv deem it
mr duty to declare that the bonds hereto
fore issued without legal sanction, and the
iOrcalled sterling loan,;pr any other bonds
>r obligations hereafter issued to be under,
iud by virtue of thc authority of this State,
will not bc held binding on tis, and that we
shall; in every manner and at all times, re
;j,st the payment thereof, or the enforce
ment of any tax to pay the same, by all le
gitimate means within our power.
2. Resolved, That we deem it our duty to
warn all persons not to receive, by way of
purchase, loan or otherwise, any bona or
obligation hereafter issued, purporting to
bind the property or pledge the credit of
: he State; and that all such bonds or obli
gations will bc held by us to be null and
void, as having been issued corruptly, im
providently, and for fraudulent purposes,
?md in derogation of the rights of that por
ion of the people of this-State upon whom
.he public burdens are made to rest.
3. Resolved, That the taxpayers of the
State are hereby requested to meet in their
respective comities for the consideration ol'
;iiis subject, and the enormous tax levies
?f the current year, and for thc appoint
ment of two delegates to represent oach
.ounty in a State Convention, to be held in
Columbia on thc second Tuesday in May
next, for the same purpose.
4. Resolved, That this State Convention of
Taxpayers be requested to confer with his
Excellency, the Governor, on the danger
ous fiscal condition of thc State and request
ai.s official aid and co-operation in tho in
vestigation of the accounts of the Comp
:roller and the State Agent in New York,
.;o that the amount and character ol' the
b mded debt and all other liabilities of the
-?tate can be clearly stated, with a view to
mell further action sus may be necessary for
?o-protection of the public creditors and of
.lie taxpayers of the Commonwealth.
.'The Phosphate Rocks of South Car
.his is the name of Prof. HOLMES' cclo
? ?rated Pamphlet, giving thc history of the
?harleston Phosphates, and of their recent
icvelopment. It is very curious and high
y interesting reading. All planters and all
scientific men should study it carcfulh
.Ve have received a copy of it from the
'?OLMES Book House, Charleston. And not
only this, but "Sir Harry Hotspur of Hum
idethwaite," a very engrossing new Ro
mance, by the popular English author, An
hony Trollope. And last, but not least,
he i; Heathen Chinee," illustrated in sud
i manner as to cause tho beholder to die
apon the spot of laughter- decidedly the
jest thing we ever saw. Send for it, all of |
,'ou, to the HOLMES Book House. And send
:hith?r for anything else you may wish in
:he shape of Books, Novels, Magazines,
Stationery, Pictures, Chromos or Objets d<:
Vertu. Address>(HOLMES Book House,'
Charleston. Our esteemed friend, A. BA
RON, will do the handsome thing by you,
oach and every time.
Thc Late Riot at Meridian.
A dispatch from Jackson, Miss., under
date of the2Slh, says:
"Theodore Sturgls, brother of thc ab
s jonding Mayor of Meridian, who published
i card in the New York Tribune, purport
ing io be a correct account of the Meridian
riot, published a card denying the state
ments of lils brother. He says: "I am fully
atisi'icd that facts are misrepresented, and
nm convinced that the publication was got
ten up for political purposes.
This Sturgls is a Northern man, and has
resided South many years. His brother
.arno South throe year's ago.
Aaron Moore, whom Sturgis reported
kille is here unhurt.
The Investigation in the case of the riot
ers is concluded. It shows that the ne
irocs brought on the troubles by tur
bulent overbearing conduct toward tho
whites, and murdering Judge White on the
bench. The underwriters of the insurance
company refuse to pay the insurance on
Sturgis' property, having proof that he was
" There is perfect peace and tranquility
throughout the State."
fr Friend HOYT, of the Anderson Ga
zette, bas recently been on a visit to Laurens,
and says :
" Politically, the people of Laurens are
enjoying a season ot comparative rest and
quietude. Aside from tho ovils under which
every citizen of South Carolina IR made to
groan, there is no complaint, and both races
are moving along with apparent harmony
and good feeling. Since the 20th of October
last, when the dastardly conduct of Radical
leaders culminated in agonoral moioo, there
has been no disturbance of any sort, and
thero is a better understanding between the
whites and blacks. The main instrument
of mischief was the notorious Joe Crews,
who ignominiously fled on that occasion,
leaving his dupes to bear the brunt of con
flict, as evory white man predicted. He
has nover returned, and probably never
will, and the colored people freely* declare
that it would be unhealthy for him to make
??&*Gov. Scott has appointed Pr, John
A. BarkeV as Jury Commissioner for Edge
The Georgia Home Insurance Com
pany, of Columbus, have opened in connec
tion with their business a savings dcwart
ment, in which weekly qr monthly fi. posits
will be received, depositors to receivo certi
ficates of stock bearing six per cent, inter
est per annum.
Places in An pasta Waich ft is Highly
Advantageous to Know.
MRS. LECKIE'S.-Mrs. LECKIE had a
grand opening on Tuesday last. Mrs. LECK
. IE is to Augusta what Madame Olympe is
to New Orleans. In Bonnets, Hate, Feath
ers, Flowers, Laces, Ribbons, ifcc, ita, &c,
she is totally-infallible. Our fair friends,
hereabouts, must not overlook lier card in
AUGUST DORR'S.-AUGUST Donn is the
most elegant tailor in the South. No one
disputes tho fact. When you Have drawn
on a suit made by Donn you feel (and look,
in many cases) as if a divie hand had pass
ed over your rugged proportions and
smoothed you out into an Apollo Belvidere.
See DORR'S new card.
TURLEYS.-JAMES TURKEY is one of
the genialest and kindliest of the many
genial and kindly. Irish gentlemen, of
whom Augusta may well be proud. His
Dry Goods Establishment is ono of the
,iiief ornaments of the city. Edgefield peo
ple already venerate TURLEY. So we need
say no inore, but point you to his Spring
MBS. TWEEDY'S.-A very 'autocrat of
fashion is Mrs. TWEEDY. She has just
brought from New York a large Assort
ment of the richest and most elegant Milli
nery Goods, equal to any over offered in
Augusta. In another column, Bbc invites
the ladies of Edgefield to bear her in mind.
And indeed if they wish anything in hor
line, they may rely upon her for the very
latest styles, and for the most approved
BALK'S.-H. L. A. BALK is the famous
downtown Dry Goods Merchant, a courte
ous gentleman who always has in his Store
every thin g that money, enterprise and taste
can ferret out. BALK says " Cut out this
Advertisement, and bo sure to give mc a
call.!' A good idea ! Do it.
KEENAN'S.-Is any one in so pitiable a
condition as not to know who PETER
KEENAN is? PETER KEENAN, the prince
of Shoe Merchants. He is next door to
JAMES A. GRAY <fc Co., and he is deserving
too of such distinguished juxtaposition.
Read his list in another part of to-day's
issue. It is wonderfully !
COULDN'T RAISE THE MONEY.-The New
York Sun says :
The Republican leaders of Connecticut
have been down to this city to endeavor to
raise money for the purpose of their cam
paign. They have not been successful. The
rich Republican merchants here who have
been in the habit of giving freely on such
occasions, refuse to come down. Thev say
tliey will do nothing for a party whose Presi
dent connives at the robbery which they
suifer from the present general order storage
system, this robbery being carried on for the
benefit of his militar}- and personal favorites.
? Thev are of the opinion that the favorites
ought to be required, out of their rich spoils,
to pay the necessary contribution to Con
M I'RDER OP A METHODIST MINISTER.
A friend in this city sends in the following
' item :
Rev. R. P. Davies, a Methodist Minister
of the Little ROCK Conference, was murdered
by a man named Boyd, near Lewisville, Ark.,
a short time since. Thc Western Methodist
says some little dispute had arisen between
them in the morning, but had been amicably
settled, as supposed oy Davies, who went to
Boyd's house to dinner. Starting home
after dinner, Boyd accompanied him a short
distance, the two conversing in as friendly a
manner as they had ever done, when sudden
ly Boyd dropped behind, drew a pistol -and
commenced tiring. The shot was fatal,
Davis expiring the next morning at 2 o'clock.
RALEIGH, N. C., March 28.
Thc House impeached Edmund W. Jones,
Judge of the Second Judicial District, on
charges of drunkenness and disgraceful con
duct in Haleigh, and similar conduct in
Goldsboro'j Tar'uoro' and in Williamston,
where he went to hold Court. The Senate
received the charges, and the trial commences
DEATH OF REV. R. C. GRIER, D. D.
We regrot to learn of tho dpath of Presi
dent Grior, of Erskine College, at his resi
dence, in Duo West, at 1 o'clock, on yes
terday. Dr. Grier was a citizen of high
character, and more than ordinary endow
ments, and his loss will bo felt In thc church
and in thc collcgo over which he has so
ably and satisfactorily presided, lie was a
man of kind heart and popular maimers,
and was universally bclo'vcd.--Abbeville
Press ?? Banner.
SOUTH CAROLINA SECURITIES IN NEW
YORK.-The Herald, of Wednesday, in its
financial review, says: H The Southern list
was steady, but dull. The South Carolinas
continued the exception to the general mar
ket, and were weak and lower, if not de
-On thc 27th inst, Fulton Market,
New York, received from Charleston, three
hundred bushels of green peas and thirty
bushels of strawberries by steam from
Charleston, S, C.
-.- ? ? - -
??i~ For Coughs, Bronchitis, and Con
sumption in its early stages, nothing equals
Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical
Discovery. .It is also a great blood purifier
and strength restorer or tonic, and for
" Liver Complaint" and Cosljve Conditions
ol' the Bowels it has no equal. Sold by
?j?- ls.it wrong to elieat a lawyer?"
was recently very ably discussed by a do
bating society. Tho conclusion arrived at
was, that it waa not wronp, but impossible.
pZr A brutal attack, which the Charles
ton papers say was wholly without provoca
ton, was made upon Driver Davis and Con
ductor Toomer, of Kjng Street Car, No. 1,
at about 8 o'clock, on tho night of the 29th.
The offenders were a company of negro
militia, armed to the teeth with improved
rifles and fixed bayonets. This incident
shows what the whites have to expect, when
the armed militiamen, at fifty to ono, attack
unarmed citizens. These negroes are not
fit to be .trusted with deadly -weapons) but
the devil must be fought with fire, and if |
tho blacks aro not disarmed, the whites
must arm at once. That is tho long and
the short of it.
/??*-The thieving County Treasurer of |
Oconee County has manged to get the bonds
men on his official bond into hot water.
Having defaulted, suit was brought against
his securities, and at the last session pf tho
Court an order for judgment was passed for
tho penalty of tho bond, ?10,000,) with a
right to issue execution for and collect the
sum of ?2,017,14, tho amount in hands of
tho Treasurer, after allowing all proper
??r The Augusta Chronicled: Sentinel re
ports seven colored persons dying? within
qho past three days, in such destitute cir
cumstances, as to require burial at the ex
pense of the county.
?S3- A clerk in chargo of a department
in H. B. Claflin <fe Co.'s dry goods house in
New York, receives a greater salary by five
hundred dollars ?han thp ProsJdent of thc
?S?r On Monday evening, tho 27til, twen
ty persons, nlno young mon and elovon
?iris and ladios, wero rocoivod for baptism
at a meeting of the Greenville Baptist
Church. Others are expected to make pro
fession of thoir faith in Jesus Christ,
^?-ALASKA. Where oit this * globe can
we go beyond the omnipresent Yankee?
Landing at S?TKA, AVG had walk?d .but a
short distance into the town when Wjereach- ?
ed the northern depot of Dr. Ayeres medi
cines in full, di splay among the hilts, siian
tieet "and courts of these borealtribes. There
the familiar, h'orn?Hke names of his Cherry
Pectoral, Pills, Ac., salutffus: from the ex
terior and the interior of a store whitSbi shows
mor? business than its neighbors, anidproves
that these simple but sure remedies are
even more necessary to savage life than to
ourselves where they visit every fireside.
-Correspondent Alexand. Journal.
Beyond a Doubt.
More diseases are the result of the de
rangement of the Liver than from any other
cause. When that organ is diseased, every
part of tlie system sympathises with it, and
general prostration and-decline is the result.
The best, safest and speediest remedy for
Liver Complaint and all the diseases that
follow, is TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER
PILLS, they are peculiarly adapted to the
climate of tho South. They are sold by
Notice to Grocers.
An unprincipled firm have recently been
copying our advertisements entire, with
the single; exception of substituting their
name in place of ours. The imposition, al
though well calculated to deceive your cus
tomers, can bo easily avoided bv a little
caro on your part to see that DOOLEY'S
YEAST POWDER is the one they are search
ing for. While the action of the party only
adds fur cher testimony to the popularity of
?our Yeast Powder, we deem this' caution
necessary, not only for your protection but. j
that of the customer. DOOLEY <fc BROTHER,
69 New Street, New York. 2teow 8
MARRIED, on the 12th Jan. 1871, at tho
residence of the bride's step-mother, by
the Rey. John Trapp, Dr. JOHN F. DAN
IEL and Miss SUSAN A. ADAMS, ali of ?
MARRIED, by the Rev. J. P. Mealing, on
the 15th, at tho residence of Mrs. Sophia
Tillman, Mr.. JOHN SWEARINGEN and
Miss ANNA TILLMAN, all of this District.
MARRIED, by the same, on the 21st ult.,
at thc residence of Mr. Thos. C. Mathis, Mr.
SAMUEL CARTLEDGE, Jr.. and Miss
SUSAN MATHIS, all of this ?Jibtrict
AUGUSTA, April 4.
GOLD-Baying at 100 and selling at lil.
COTTON-The market ruled quiet tho ontirc
day at yesterday's quotations, and closes dull and
nominal at 13f for full styled Liverpool middling.
Sales, 412. Receipts, 26&.
.BACON-Stock heavy and demand moderate.
We quote C. Sides, 13; C. R. Sides, 12}'; B. B.
Sides, 12; Shoulders, 10; Hams 14@20.
CORN-In good demand, and prime white is
selling at $1 05 from depot; at retail, $110.
WHEAT-We quote choice white, $1 85; red
FLOUR.-City Mills $7 ?5@9 50. At retail
$1$ barrel higher. Country $7 firstname.lastname@example.org, ac
cording to quality. . ;
CORN MEAL.-$105 at wholesale; $130 at
OATS-60@80. * .
MR. EDITOR.-You will please announce
thc following gentlemen as suitable per
sons to serve as Town Councilmen for
Edgciield for the ensuing year, viz:
B. C. BRYAN, INTENDANT.
A. A. GLOVER, ]
A. J. NORRIS, I w,-a
W. H. BRUNSON, ! W ARDENs.
W. F. DURISOE, JR. J
Theso men, if elected, will do justice to
all parties. And all being property-hold
ers themselves, will do all in their power to
promote the interests of the Town, and see
that no undue taxes are levied.
There will bc a Public Meeting of the
Tux-Payers of Gregg Township, in the
Graniteville Academy, on Saturday next,
the 8th instant, a* 4 o'clock P. M.
tIt is earnestly hoped that there will be a
general attendance of all persons interested
in thc subject of taxation.
No member, white so-called, or black,
of any M Loyal League," is included in this
April 4, lt 15
Aware of the fact that most all our mer
chants South have bought very light for
the summer, wc have purchased heavier
than ever, and to-day own the most valua
ble stock we ever handled. Our ide?is that
in every community there are prudont peo
plc, who always have money laid away for
" rainy days." These will want goods, and
nice goods, and wc want to supply them;
therefore, we have established a Sample
Bureau with our business, from which we
send samples of all goods requested for se
lection, and then forward the goods by Ex
press, C. O. D. in all cases, guaranteeing en
tire satisfaction. Persons desiring to avail
themselves of having a one hundred and
fifty thousand dollar stock spread out, as it
were, almost at their door to select from,
will order samples of such goods as they
desire to buy, and wo will guarantee they
cansavo ten dollars on oyery forty bought of
our house. Samples sent free except to
points not reached by mail. Adress
R. C. SHIVER & CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
R. C. SHIVER, I
DAVID JONES. J
Aprils lt If,
The " PAIN KIIXEB" may Justly he styled- the great
medicine of the world, tor lhere ls no region of tho globe
into which it has not found its wey, and been largely
used and highly prUcd. Moreovur, lhere li no clime to
which it ha? not proved to be well adapted for the cure
of a considerable variety of disease? ; It ls a .speedy and
safe remedy for bums, scalds, cuts, bruises, wounds and
various other injuries, as well as for dysentery, dlarrhor-p.
and bowel complaints generally, lt is rdmlrshly guiled
for every race of men on the face or the globe.
It is u very significant fact, that notwithstanding the
long period of years that tho "Pam Killer" has been
boforo the world, it has never lost ono whit of lu popu
larly, but, OD the contrary, tho call for lt has steadily
Increased fr#n its first dUcoverv, and at no prevloas
time has tho demand for it been so great, or the
quantity made boen so large, as it ls to-day.
Another signiflcaat fact Is, that nowhere ha? the Pain
Killer ever boon In higher repute, or been morcgeneral
ly used by fs milles and Individuals, luau lt bas been
here at borne, where It was first discovered and intro
duced. That thc Pain Killer will continue to bo, what
we have styled it, TUE OUEAT MKOICINK OP TUE VORLO,
there cannot bo the shadow of a doubt-[Providence
Cheering FactB for the Bilious.
Ever)* day demonstrates more clearly that liver com
plaint, In all its distressing ioma, can be controlled and
anrod wlihout difficulty or inconvenience. Ilia an ob
stinate disease, but its obstinacy Is not proof against tho
pertinacious, remedial and restorative operation of
Hosteller's Blomaoh Bitters. That jenial corrective
compel* the organ to do itt dirty. It muH jccrete
regularly and healthfully under the Influence of the Rit
iera Their action brings it back from natale of rebel
lion into perfect .rmony with the laws of health. If
Ibero is costiveness, lt disappears; If there is side-ache
or back-ache, lt ceases; If the skin and ihe whiles
at the eyes are fmged with superfluous bile, thcy
rc. ' their natural hue; If the nppcllto Is gone,
lt rc .ns; if the dlgostion ls Impaired, H ls restored; In
brief, whatever tho symptoms of the complaint may bo,
ami whatever the phase lt has assumed, a cure it cer
tain. Such aro tho uuifbrm e?ects of this preparation
where bllllous disease has been already developed ; but
In cases where lhere is merely a constitutional tendency
lo liver complaint, lt may bc prevented throughout lift,
by the regular use, In small quantities, of this palatable
smlidote. These are proven facts, and should be serious
ly pondered-or, rather, they should bo promptly ^tei
upon-by all persons of bilious habit.
HAVING jual returned from New York, ti
the-Ladies generally, that on
She will open a SPLENDID ASSORTME?
purchased from some of the LEADING IM]
PIE BONS, cheap. Ladies' DRESS CAPS
The largest stock of FRENCH FLOWE
The handsomest assortment of Jet and G
- The largest stock of Jute and Real HAIT
AU the above goods will BE SOLD AT ?
' Augusta, April 1,
SEftARS, TOBACCO, T>
RESPECTFULLY announce that thc
&c, is now complete. And inviting <
will from this date furnish Goods at A
from Medicines warranted strictly pur
Call for a Public Meeting.
Irr responso to Resolution 3rd..,'of the
Board of Trade of Charleston, published in
the Advertiser of this week,,we call upon
out the District, to attend a public Meeting
at Edgefield Court House on the first Mon
day in May, for thc consideration of tho tax
question, and for the purpose of appointing
Delegates to the Convention to be held in
Columbia on tho second Tuesday in May
April 5th. MANY CITIZENS.
M??XINEM MD FANCY GOODS.
Spring1 and Summer Styles.
MRS. E. TWEEDY
TAKES great pleasure in informing ihe
Ladies of Edgefield and vicinity that she
has just returned from New York with an
Elegant Stock of MILLINERY and FAN
CY GOODS, embracing all the NOVEL
TIES OF THE SEASON, to which she
invites their special attention.
Additions will be made to the Stock
weekly of all the Novelties as they appear,
AT 215 BROAD STREET,
Opposito Central JBfotel,
Apr 5 lm 15
State of South Carolina,
COLUMUIA, Apr. 1, 1871.
WHEREAS information has been offi
cially communicated to this Depart
ment, that an atrocious murder was com
mitted on the 1st dav of January, A. D.,
1871, on the body of "(JFORGE BUTLER,
of Edgefield Countv, by one WINSLOW
HAMILTON. And whereas, tho said HAM
ILTON has fled the Country.
Now, know ye, that I, ROBERT K.
SCOTT, Governor of thc State of. South
Carolina, in order that Justice may be done,
and the majesty of the Law vindicated, do
horcby offer a reward of FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for the apprehension and de
livery in any Jail in this State of the said
WINSLOW HAMILTON, with proof to con
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the Great Seal of
the State to be affixed, at Columbia, this
First dav of April, A. D. 1871, and in tho
Ninety-fifth year of the Independence of
tho United Staten of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CABDOZO, Secretary ol' State.
THE Law Firm of BUTLER & YOU
MANS has been dissolved by mutual
M. C. BUTLER,
LKROY F. YOUMANS.
LeROY F. YOUUIAIVS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Edgefield, 8. 0,
Apr 5 4t 15
THE undersigned, COTTON FACTORS,
and GENERAL COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, ftf Augusta, Georpln, take pleas
ure in announcing to the public generally,
and particularly to the citizens of Edgefield
and adjoining Counties of South Carolina,
that they have associated with their firm,
Capt. LEWIS JONES, of Edgefield County,
S. C., who is duly authorized to receive and
extend orders, br transact any matter of
business connected with our House.
We earnestly solicit a liberal share of
patronado, and guarantee full satisfaction to
JENNINGS, SMITH <fc CO.
tg^ We have for Sale PURE PETTIT
GULF COTTON SEED, at One Dollar per
Augusta, Mar. 29, 1871, tf 15
20,000 LBS. Northern HAY,
1,000 Bushels CORN,
10 Casks BACON, | I
All of which will bo sold at the very low
Planters will do wall to cali and examine,
ind 1 am sure they'will 'buy'here, as I can '
lave them cost of Freight; Drayage, Pack
.nc, &c. J
b' J. MUNROE WISE. I
Pine House, Apr 5 2tl5
STRAYED or Stolon fVom my place, ono
mile from Edgefield Village, ono large
(Vhitc-Spotted no-horned Heifer-ono Red
-o-horned Heifer-one Spotted young1 Cow,
md one Red Cow with boll o-1. Any infor
mation from any one as lo their wherea
bout' will be thankfully received.
. 0. F. CHEATIIAM.
Apr 5 . 2t_15_
FROM tho Subscriber's Stable, last Sat-:
urday night, a blood bay MAjlE with
?laok legs, blaok main and tail, and pretty
ong lett hind foot a little white, bare-foot
>d and eleven vears of age next fall.
' i will pay a reward of Twenty-Five Dol
ars for the delivery of said Mare to mo.
Yny information will bo thankfully re
!0ived. Mb8' C. DEVORE?
Lon?mires Store, S. C.
April St 16.
? 6 M1 E,
ikes pleasure in informing her friends and
IT of PATTERN BONNETS and *HATS,
PORTERS of New York. Beautiful SASH
; Infant's LACE BONNETS and HATS,
RS in the citv.
ilt JEWELRY-in the citv.
t C ?.RLS and C HIGNOjS'S.in the citv.
tEt?ARKABLY LOW PRICES. ' f \
171 BROAD STKK?t,
Under the Augusta Hotel.
ONES, LIQtORS, ?fcc.
?ir Stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES
especial attention to their low figures,
Hy ^Compounded at all hours,
... -?~--4f-15 -
40 WEEKS FOB ONE DOLLAR!
TJ?E AMERICAN EURAL HOME from April 1.18T1
-A Flr?t-cla*?, Eight-page, Agricultural
and Family Weekly. Specimens Free.
HOPKINS Sc WILCOX, Boehester, N. T.
AFREE GALLERY OF ART.-D. Apple
ton Sc Co., New York, will send to ever/ new sub
scriber to APPLETON'S JO??RNAL remitting $4 for one
year's subscription, TEN SUPERB ENGRAVINGS, suitable
far framing, from paintings by the most eminent Ameri
can artists, so that each Lew subscriber receives GRATIS
what would cost 810 in the print shops. Fall partica
lars will bo famished on application.
APPLETON'S JOURNAL is published Week
ly, and consists of 28 4to. pages, each number at
tractively illustrated. Its contents consist of Serial
Novels and Short Stories, Essays upon History and
Social Topics, Sketches of Travel and Adventure, and
papers upon all the varions subjects that pertain to the
pursuits and recreations of the people, whether of town
or couutry. Price $4 per annum, $2 for ?ix months. IO
cents per number. D. APPLETON A Co., Publishers,
ANEW STORY BY A SOUTHERN AU
THOR.-A Serial Story of surpassing Interest, by
the author of "Valerie Aylmer," which the press have
so ti ?ir h ly extolled, will appear In APPLETON'S JOUENAL.
No. 108. New subscribers may commence their sub
scription with the beginning of the New Story. Sub
scription price |4 per annum, or $2 for six months. D
APPLETON & Co., Publishers, N. Y.
TIR. S. S. FITCH'S Family Physician s 90
JJ pnges ; sent by mail free. Teaches how to cure all
diseases ol the person ; skin, hair, eyes, completion.
Write to 714 Broadway, New York.
To a Practical School, that will train them for active,
useful life, and a successful future. The Institution that
best accomplishes this, and is largely patronized by the
South, is Eastman College, Poughkeepsie, N.T. Ad
dress for particulars. H. J. EASTMAN, LL. D. Presi
~BLOOMINGTON (ILL) NURSERY
19th Year. 600 Acres. 13 Greenhouses. Largest Assort
ment-all sizes. Best Stock! Low Price?! Would you
know What, When. How to Plant ! Fruit, Shade, Ever
green Trees, Boot Grafts, Seedlings, Osago Plants, Ap
ple Sued, Burly Bose Potatoes,Sbrubs, Roses, Green
house and Garden Plants, Ac, Ac. Flower and
Vegetable Seeds 1 Finest, Best Collection-Sorts
and quality. Send 10 cents for New, Illustrated, De
scriptive Catalogue-90 pages. Send stamp, each, for
Catalogues of Seeds, with plain directions-64 pages ;
Uedding and Garden Planta-32 pages, and Wholesale
Prie; List-04 pages. Address F. K. PHONIX, Bloom
EMPLOYMENT, Business for All.-Best
Industrial S-page Newspaper. 50 els. per year.
Send stump for copy. PA TENT STAR, Boston, Mass.
BUILDING FELT g?*ffl
work and inside instead of plaster, floor covering, mats,
ic. C. J. FAY, Camden, N. J.
KG AR, how made in 10 hours, without drugs.
Particulars 10 cents. F. SAOE, Cromwell, Conn.
A. B. FARQUHAR?
Proprietor or Pennsylvania Agricultural Works,
HinnfMtnnr of Improved Polished Steal [TOBIT, PENK A.
DICKSON SWEEPS. SOLID 8TEEL SWEEPS,
SHOVEL PLOW BLADES,
HOBIE BOES. HARROWS,
INO MACHINES, 4c. 4a.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
d'OA A DAY in very best business ever offerfd
4)CU agents. For particulars address, with stamp,
MOORE St Co., lll.Sd St., Louisville, Ky.
VB. EDWARDS, Counselor-at-Law,
. 461 Penn. Av., Washington, D. C., gives ?pedal
attention to claims nnder the late Act of Congress for
examination of claims of loyal citizens of States lately
in rebellion. Charges reasonable.
MONEY TO LOAN on So. Ca. Beal Estate at
legul rales. JACKSON A Co., Box 2,968, New York.
Cleans Kid Gloves ead. all kinds of C'???? and Cloth
ing; removes Paint, Greese, Tar, 3ic:,<iut5n1lj/, without
11)0 leas! injury to the finest fabric, bold by Druggists
und Fancy Goods Dealers. FBAGBANT SAPOL1NE
CO., 38 Barclay St., New York,46 La Salle St., Chicago.
jQQA TJS?THE "VEGETABLE
The old standard remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consump
tion. " Nothing better." CUTLER BBOS. SC Co., Boston.
Agents ! Read This !
WK WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY of
$46 per week and expenses, or-allow u large
commission, to sell onr new aud wonderful inventions.
Address M. WAGNER A CO., Marshall, Mich.
* VOID .QUACKS-A victim of early indiscrc
j\ lion, causing nervous debility, premature decay,
Ac having tried In vain every advertised remedy, has
I simple means of self-cure., which he will send free to
bis fellow sufferers. Address J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
st., New York. . X
State of South Carolina,
IN TUE COURT OF PROBA TE.
BY D.L.TURNER, Esquire, Judge Probat?
Court ? f EdgoLold County.
Wh creas, Carosue E. Williams, hath applied to
mo for Letters of Administration de bonis non
m the Estate of James T. Freeman late of said
These ara thorofore.tocito and admonish all
ind i insular, tho kindred and creditor? of the
laid doooased, to be and appear before me,at a
Court of Prqbato fcc the said County, to be
lolden ^t Edgciiold C. H., on the 11th day Of
April inst., 1871, at 10. o'clock A. M. to show
lause if any, why the said Administration
Given under my h and an d the 6e?]nf the Court,
.his 27th day of Mar. Anno Domini 1871, and in
;ho 95th year of American independence.
?.Lc TURNER, J.P.CE.C. .
April I 2?e H
[FOREWARN nil persons from employ
ing the following named Freedmen,
tvho aro under contract with mo for thc
year 1871, and have left without the slight?
sst cause, save bad conduct on their own.
wt, viz: Henry Washington, Thornton
Davis, Samuel Stepney, Barney Butler, Jno
Brooks mid Tom Jones. I will certainly
prosecute any person, in whose employment
t lind either ot them.
P. J. QUATTLEBAUM.
Ridge Spring, Mar 30 2t 15
REGULAR CONVOCATION of BEZALKL
CHAPTER, No. fl R. A. M., will he held in
he Hall on Thursday morning the 20th inst.
By order of the High Priest,
W. W. ADAMS, Seo'ry.
Apr 5 2t 15
N NE W
From 1 to lizard !
HAVING just Returned from New-York, witina
SOME S'tockl>bf DRY GOODS und S?NDEIES
from tibe Largest to the Smallest /
fully offer the same tb the" Public of Edgefiela,
RATE as can possibly be found elsewhere.
. ?OiS ail: bZa^cll
CALL AND SEE MY
. They. are. in every MATERIAL, jftyery .STyiiEr?very,4X)L0E^^wry.
PRICE. And besides Dress Goods,
PAWS Sc FLOWERS,
RIBBONS & LACES,
A VERY LARGE, VARIED AND'FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF
Lil, issi MD mm
You will find my Stock of REABY-MADE
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, SHIRTS, UNDER
VESTS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, fcc,, entirely
BEAUTIFUL GOOPS FOE SP?I5G PAMS.
,??xx>0 g?iiS &% %??o0 bnA
ME DOZES CRATES
ALL GRADES-ALL STYLES.
New GrooeLs Received
The Continued Patronage of the Publie is respect
fully solicited, while fair, prompt and honorable deal
ing is guarantied.
J. H. CHEAT^AM,
At Sullivan's O?d Stand.
April 5 4t 15