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i tracts caa be made.
"W. H. YKLD^X, Longmires.
JOHN H. HxWr, Batesville.
j W. A. ODOM^Ieeting Street.
J. K. D.u??JfKirkseys X Roads.
-,'-VBTLii>GEL Ridge Spring.
^IN YOUR. CIAJS??
getter up of a Club of Ten Sub
>ers, at $2,00 each, we will give an
?xtra copy of tho Advertiser ono year.
For a Club of Twenty Subscribers, at
$2,00 each, we will give an extra copy of
Advertiser ono year, and a year's sub
scription to any $3,00 paper or magazine
Our Municipal Election.
Our annual Municipal Election will
take place on Monday. A? yet no ticket
has been nominated. Would it not be
well for onr people, white and black, to
hold a meeting conjointly, and settle ujc
on men, for Council, who would repre
sent all classes, and at the same time do
justice to all ? In this matter, all the ele
ments of our societv, however apparent
ly discordant, should be made to har
monize, and mutually contribute to the
general welfare. There is not the alight
-est necessity f r. conflict and clashing,
.which can benefit none, but must inevi
tably injure all. .The peace, morality
and order of our town, and the wise ad
ministration of its affairs, should be the
sole objecte in this election.
Geni. Joe Johnston and Mr? Memmin
It is certainly of no use to be fighting
'over the wai- at this late date, but never
theless the articles on our first page will
prove very interesting to most of our
,ders. The one signed "T." is sup
ed to be from the Hon. George A
~TE?~Greeuviile Enterprise ?fe Moun
TheGrecnvilloEnterprise d- Mountain
eer, one of the ablest, boldest and most
dignified exponents of tim Conservative
part}' of ?ur State, comes to us this week
enlarged by live or six columns, and
promising other imporuinc changes and
additions soon. It ?jives us much pleas
ure to soe and chronicle these facts.
$3S- Edgelield Delegates t<> thc State
Medical Convention in Columbia-Drs.
John Lake, .T.W.Hill, M. W. Abney,
and T. J. Teague.
tZ:W J, II. Cheatham has on hand a
compfete line of those splendid Hand
Sewed Shoes, made to order iu Baltimore,
for Ladies and Children. Every pair is
warranted to give entire satisfaction, lt
Immigrants Crowding to GrauiteviUe.
But not Germans this time; nor yet
Irish ; nor yet Italians. But good native
people from Lexington, ami from Edge
field, and Aiken, and Langley ami Lath,
and from tho Edisto, and from Jar and
near , along the ronlo of thc C. C. & A.
Railroad, all crowding to GrauiteviUe,
to trad?^'Jti Henderson's-at CK. Hen
dersons-one of the finest fellows and
one o? thc most enterprising merchants
" Tri tT?? world. Read Mr. Henderson's
new card, in another column, .and join
Capt. W. S. Ivcesc.
Capt W. S. Kcesc, a cousin of our Mr.
Kee.se-and, wo dare say, just such an
other pleasant gentleman ami indefati
gable business man-represents the great
house of A. C. dc IJ. P. Wyly, whole
sale grocers and commission merchatits
of Atlanta, Ga. And the Anderson In
tclligencer, speaking of him lately, says:
This active and enterprising Agent of
the Wyly Establishment has visited up
per South Carolina, in the interest of his
Employers, with decided success.
This reminds us that even Ldgelield
might well look to the M Gate City" Cur
some of her supplies. The Atlanta mer
chant?, seem determined to meet every
requirement of trade, and it must not bo
forgott? n how convenient tiny are io the
sugar plantations of Louisiana and the
grain fields of the fertile West.
Safely Through Trials and Troubles.
That old, prominent and popular Gro
cery Merchant of Augusta, Mr. M.
O'Dowd, who, by his unbounded gener
osity, kindness of heart and too great
trust in human nature, has had many
trials and troubles of late, is once more
firmly upon his feet. See his anooinfije
mont in another column.t And now is
tho timeforhis old ?rioiulsto3}nl?y around
him briskly. We know well that he de
serves the kindest remembrances of
??*? Griffin ?Sb Cobb bave their show
cases filled with the most exquisite styles
of RulHing, Collaretts, L idies Silk Tics,
?fcc., in all colors. 1 m hi
Thc Mullarkcy I$r\'thers of Augusta.
Thisoldand lirst class Dry Goods house
imports largely ?md dim t. and invests
in none but the best good-? the markets
of the world alford. Ic this week's Ad
vertiser they make an announcement to
their Edgetield patrons of the arrival of
th sir Spring Stocks. Mr. James M Aii
denio'.i, formerly of Edgelield, and lately
of tho linn of Wright, Landrail] ?? Co.,
is now connected with thc Mullarkcy
?Sr-Received this , week at Griffin ?fe
Cobb's, handsome mourning Grenadines
and Figured Jaconets. 1 m hi
JST" Beautiful Spring and Summer
Goods, from New York and Charleston,
being received daily by Calhoun, Mob
ley d Co., at Johnston's. And thisjiome
has opened also a Mantua-Making and
Millinery Department, udder the direc
tionand supervision of Mrs. Calhoun:
Ladios will please take a note of this
fact. x*iw advertisement received too
laie for' this -week. -
" ^S&-Thespeeial attention of Merchants,
and others interested, is directed to tho
Notice in another column, ot'C. L. An
derson, U. S. Internal Kevon no Collec
Z3T Wo will receive this week 4 Dozen
pairs of Ladies' Walking Shoo?, manu
factured at Baltimore,-good? we can
recommend. GRIFFIN & COBB.
I?et us Practice What wc PreaVh.
We call attention to tho Card ol' lt, A.
Mette, a German Immigrant, in our Vl
vortising columns of to-day. Mr. .MefiVe
is a choice workman,-a worthy man ana
good citizen-the which he has shown by
subscribing for the Advertiser and pay?
fagin advance. Wo profess to want Immi
grants; then, forthe sake of consistency,
support those 'Wo already haw among us.
.^ST Quinn mid Pendleton's, in Angus
ta, ia the place to. buy fashionable Note
and Letter Paper-in iavtcdl k4nds apd
styles o? Stationery.
Watch-Repairing, Hair-Braidiag, &r.
If you want a Clock, or a Watch, or
Spectacles, or Eyeglasses; or any sort of
Jewelry, or any of these same things
mended or repaired, go straight to A. J.
Clark, in Augusta, next door to tho Tel
egraph Office, not far above tho Augusta
Uotol. Mri Clark's establishment sends
forth only tho very best articles and tho
very best work. We beg for his card
this week special attention.
Teu Times Better and Just Half the
See thc advertisement of Raking Pow
ders by G. L. Penn &. Sou. They are
prepared by Mr. G. L. Penn himself
and sold by the ib. instead of in boxes,
[eknow ol thom practically. Batter
s, wallies, biscuits, puddings, cakes,
J.o the coiling, by moans of
fcs ; and as to lightness and
[pongo is nothing in com
?j(?i> Beautiful French Artificial flow
era to bc seen at
Imbi GRIFFIN & COBB'S.
Handsome Dress Goods on exhi
bition this week at
lml6 GRIFFIN & COBB'S.
The latest novelty in Ladies *?nd
Misses' walking Hats, is "The River
side," sold by
lml? GRIFFIN & COB li.
A Dreadful Affair.
SPKIXCVIELU, III., March 25.--A ter
rible tragedy is reported irbm the north
ern part of Edwards county, in this State,
where a farmer, named William C. Mad
ding, married some time since, as his third
wile, a Mrs. Hunt, who hail a son named
Christopher, about eighteen years of age,
anil other children. Mr. Madding's chil
dren by his former wives did not agre?
very well with the new comers; their par
ents naturally became involved in their
broils, and the result was a separation
about a year since, the husband going to
live with a relative, and leaving the farm
to the wife on condition that she should
keep it in good order : failing to do this
the homestead shouid levert to him. Ab
sence did not, in this instance, make the
heart grow fender : the feud continued
and both parties were constantly before
the Court, till Mrs. Madding and her sou
having threatened Mr. Madding he had
them bound over to keep the peuce. To
make assurance doubly sure be bought
and carried a revolver, whereupon they
in turu alleged tears of violence, and had
him bound over. Thus matters wmt on
till the beginning of this month, when
Madding notified his wife that "she was
neglecting her duty, t urned her nit of the
house and occupied it himself, allowing
her, however, to reside in another house
ou the farm, She made several efforts to
induce him lo give up the revolver, but
he persistently refused to do so, telling
her that ho had no idea of using it, save
in self defense, so that she need feel no
uneasiness. She taunted him on Satur
day last with being so terrified that he
slept with it under his pillow.
On Sunday morning she changed her
tone and sent bim word to come over to
her house and have asocial chat. He was
getting his breakfast, and returned a reply
that hr would go so soon as he had finish
ed his work. She almost immediately
s.-nt back the child with a message to
come at once and bring his pipe with him,
so that he could smoke. He followed the
child and sal down on a chair, which had
already been placed for him, with bis
hack to the door, lie was just lighting
ins pipe, when young Hunt stepped out
from behind the door, and with a hickory
club struck him a terrible blow on the
skull, felling him to the iloor. While his
stepfather lay there senseless the. young
murderer:twice repeated the blow; then,
thinking that his work was accomplished,
md uid-jd by his mother, bore thc body
jut into the orchard and leaned it against
i tree. '? .
Meanwhile the horror-stricken younger
tihildlgn had rushed fri m the house, scream
ing wildly, md one of them had pone to
[ile re~:7T^,,vt, "r u ~i,~iyt,l>''i; lx-t</<iv-Tnnrnf
their elder brothers, Jesse Madding, was
employed. Ile and his employer, Mr.
Ibbottson, ran towards the house, and as
they approached young Hunt dashed out
ni thc siled on a lease which, already sad
dled, had been tied there and made his es
cape. The men were just in tune, for
Mrs. Madding was going back to thc or
chard with tin axe as they approached,
evidently with the intention of finishing
ber husband, who still showell sjgns of
At last accounts .Madding was alive,
though his case was hopeless. His wife
was in custody ami the officers were in
pr.rsuit: of her son.
County Treasurer H. A. Smith, of
Fairfield, has been arrested and lodged
in jail, charged with hoing a defaulter to
tho extent of $10,000. It is understood
that ?18,000 was thc original amount, but
that .SS.ouO was turned over to Mr. Fille
browne, chief clerk in the Comptroller
General's ollice, who liad gone to Winns
boro to look into the matter. Mr.Smith's
friends express great confidence in his
innocence, and assert that he will make
things straight. Mr. Smith, we learn,
declares his safe was robbed.
iST The old rule is that the plant
which survives' Easter will incur no fur
ther danger from frost.
EJT Thirteen plows, says the Press <?
Hanna-, stood idle on the farm of our
follow citizen W. D. Mars, Esq., of Cal
houn's Mills, on thc day of thc hanging.
All bad gone, bag and baggage. There j
was not even as of old, the resource of
" laughing girls whose sires had march
ed to Kome." All hud gone, old and
young, male and female.
li" l?ate Field says of Isabella II, ol'
spain, that scion of tho old Bourbon
race, that "she is agreat, stout, ungainly
fin?ale, who needs bur a dozen children
ami a wash-tub to bo a counterfeit pre
sentment ol the typical Biddy."
K?r There was to haye been a grand
colored.wedding in Columbus, Ga, tho
other day, but when tho bride and her
friends reached the church, they found
the bridegroom missing. A search was
made and lie was found fast asleep on a
dry goods box in the street, with no mar
riage license, and but fifteen cents in bis
po jket. The poet is right, thc course of
colored true love never did run smoothly
in Georgia, and probably never will.
GAM.AUKU ox Mt'Linimx. Shoe Deal
ers, Augusta, Ga., are offering Boots,
Shoes and Hats at very low prices. Their
motto is " Quick Sales and Small Prof
its." Give them a call.
March ll, Bm 12
O ?SX AC?MS? .??> Ttl A-VvltStOE.
Happy Relief fer Young Men from the
effects of Errors and Abuses in early
life. Manhood Restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method ol'
treatment' New and remarkable reme
dies. Books and Circulars sent free, in
scaled envelopes. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, pa ,-au Institution hav
ing a high reputation for honorable con
duct and professional skill. lyK?
When Bills are Due.
All bills for advertising'in this paper
are duo on the first appearance of
tho advertisement, except wUen other
wise arranged by contract, and will be
presented wjien the money is needed.
\ PATRICK MAY, Proprietor.
i^UTS popular Hotel has recently been
putin complete order, and thoroughly
ro-l'rtrnishwl, and. our friends and the
iraveHing public will now find here a
heartywvelcoine, with first-class accom
lUodatiVi.H, and at reasonable rates..
Augusia, Oct. 22, ly * i 44
.. - ? -
SPKING DRY GOODS!
JAS. W. TURLEY,
ILL Continue to keep his usually full Stock of FIRST CLASS DRY
GOODS. Having just returned home, he begs to announce the opening of
NEW GOODS in every Department, just landed from the great depressed
sales at New York, and selling at unusually LOW PRICES. Particular
attention and a visit of inspection is earnestly desired, as many Goods are
much below intrinsic value.
The following will suggest a few of the most seasonable articles for
early Spring :
LLAMA LACE SHAWLS,
Low-priced, Medium and Extra Fne Quality. Designs for Spring of 1874.
LLAMA LACE JACKETS,
Also designs for the Spring of 187-1.
BLACK CA CHIMERE DE LYON,
A superb quality of Black Silk, for Spring Wear, being all Silk, and
very light weight.
NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS,
A large variety of the most Seasonable Styles.
Standard Makes. Warrantee! mfver to" change in appearance. Low price
to sublime quality.
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS,
In large variety, Latest Styles, and Low Prices.
A complete and attractive New Supply, at convincing low prices.
In Black, White, and all the New Shades of Colors for Spring.
In Neck Ruffing, Belts, Collars, Cuffs, Sets, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Bows,
Fans, Corsets, Battons, etc., etc
MB. munro ABY??I _?__
To every one of his Edge-field friends is, to avail themselves of the present
LOW PRICES. Come and buy him out,-he can get more.
JAMES W. TURLEY,
Angicta, April 1,
3P.D HOUSE ABOVE GLOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
THU SPRING TRADE
IS OPE*, AND
H) PROCURE FOR ?US CUSTOMERS ALL THE ADVANTAGES
an give (hem, has enabled us to offer to the Public a
Splendid Assortment of Goods.
Wi HI TE SHIRTING. SHEETING; TUWEbfmj ?*tt*nmxt imm.^
il prices that ar?; sn re to please.
PF.TWAT/Rft. SWISS; ORGANDI KS and CAMBRICS.
Full lines of Ladies"-and Gents' HANDKERCHIEF'S, HOSIERY and
A magnificent line of ENGLISH, FRENCH and FINE AMERICAN
[..AS->IMERESj forming ;i woolen stock that WILL PAY any ou?> to look at.
A Hundred Dozen of COLLARS and CUFFS, with nit ?rely Novel
The Newest thing in HAIR PINS.
KID GLOVES, Dressed and Undressed, in every color.
. CHRISTOPHER GRAY & CO.,
Augusta, Apr. 1, 3m 15
MI, UBI & DINING ROOM
FROM THE PLAINEST TO THE MOST ELEGANT AND FASHIONABLE.
IHAVE fust received a large invoice ol" New Goods bought at low ligures, and
can offer GOOD BARGAINS.
My UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is complete, and lean furnish COF
FINS, CASKETS and OASES in all varieties. METALLIC CASES of all stylos.
Preservers furnished when rog ni red.
Augusta, Ga., Apr. I,
E. G. ROGERS,
147 and 149 Broad S?., Augusta, Ga, *
I A, BRAHE & GO,,
200 Broad St.,
AUGUSTA, GA. .
.AVE opened thc largest and hand
somest stock of Goods ever brought to
this city. The Stock consists of \
Ladies' and Gents Fine Gold and Sil
ver WATCHES, Key and Stem winder,
ol' tho very best Foreign and American
Ladies' and Gents Solid Gold WATCH
CHAINS of the latest designs.
Superb JEWELRY, handsome DIA
MONDS, Sterling SILVERWARE.
Triple Plated WARE of the two best
French and American CLOCKS in
Marble, Bronze and Walnut Cases.
And an endless variety of FANCY
All of which they oiler to their friends
and tho public generally at exceedingly
Augusta, Ga., Mar ll, 3m 12
Mrs; I*. BRUJI CLARK,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
^RESPECTFULLY invites the Bape
f...ld Ladies to an inspection of her large
HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS,
CORSETS, HAIR GOODS,
. COLLARS,.BUCHINGS, .
' JEWELRY, &c, etc.
A large stock of FANCY GOODS al
ways on hand: o
Demorest's Pattern*, for Spring and
Sumuior of 1K74.
Augusta, Ga, Mar. ll, 3m 12
O. N. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW)
(Over Christopher Gray's Store,)
Will practice in the Courts of Georgia
and South Carolina. Special attention
given to tho Collection of Claims.
Apr. 1, lin IS
Take Ko. 3? PS!?s~
FOR your Sick, or Nervous Headache
Warranted io euro. .Prepared nd
for sale by - * G. L; PENN ?fe SON,
G . J - 1 Druggists.
Nov 25 ti* ' 49
HAS inst received his SPRING and
SUMMER GOODS, of tho LATEST
STYLES, which ho will MAKE UP IN
THE BEST MANNER, at Prices to suit
Come and examine my Goods before
purchasing elsewhere You can save
from live to ten dollars by just turning
the corner. Satisfaction guaranteed. My
Goods ar? of the best quality--none bet
ter in tho market.
Merchant Tailor, 25 Jncksou Street.
Augusta, Apr. 1, 2m 15
1, ?- . > : - ? .' I
BOX Just received at
G. L. PENN <fc SON'S,
April 1 tf . 15
JAMES M. ANDERSON,
THE undersigned bogs leave to re
spectfully announce to bis friends
i>i Edgoiield that he is.now with tho
.Mullarkev brothers, of Augusta-202
JAS. M. ANDKKSOrc.
Apr, jj tf 15
School Commissioner's Office,
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.,
Mar. 23rd, 1874.' ?
"VTOTJCE is.hereby given that the Pub
JJi lie Schools in Edgeflold County will
be closed on and after tho first day of
April next. All teachers will please
make their Reports for services rendered
GEO. A. MORGAN, S. C. E. C.
Mar. 25, 4t H
JUST received 30 Bbls. SEED POTA
TOES,-Early Roso, Early Goodrich,
Jackson Whites, Pink Eyes and Poor
loss. For sale by
G. L. PENN A SON.
Feb, 18, tf 9
Marsden's Pectoral Balm.
ACERTAIN cure for Coughs, Colds,
Croup, dre. Call and try it. Price
?D cts. ^bottle, For sale;at
- -, ?G. LCPENN*:SJC>K'S.. .
<. Drug StoCB.
Deo. 9, tf 61
AVING changed allocation from 220
To My New ad Spacious Store, 222 Broad Street,
(One door above old and) where I have sufficient room to display my
NEW ?nd ELEGAlff STOCK of
Sprint and Summer Goods,
And with greater j'cjil?tes for Manufaduriuy, lam now. in a position to
offer not only a LASfER and FINER STOCK THAN EVER, but to give
purchasers all the avantages that an increased business will warrant.
MERCHANT Ju?^^^HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
RT! A DY MlJBr^THINQ and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
. . 7r?> ? - U22 R?i>A^*^T?-BET, AUGUSTA, G \. /
Augusta, Api?l# Du is \
.i _ _ ? .
WB?LE3ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
. ? .-:
r . s
[ EXTEND a c?r?nl invitation to my friends in " Old Edgefield," and
ill into, whose banes this Notice may pass, when they come to Augusta, to
tall at my FIRSTS LASS ESTABLISHMENT, where they can find every
hing they wish foi in the BOOT and SHOE line, at prices much lower than
hey have been-p?jing for several years past.
Gentlemen's haili-sewed Shoes, Boots, and Congress Gaiters at fully 33
)er cent, lower thm the same work costs to have made here, with Stock
md Workmanship equal in every particular.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, in every style - imaginable, in
lame order as abo v.
ONE PRICE a?d'STRICTLY FAIR DEALING, is the rule of the. house.
Orders faithfull'/ filled, and sent C. 0. D., on condition, all can look at
he goods before.payiug for them, and return, if not suiting, at my expense.
Central Hotel Building, Augusta, tia*
Angosta, April 1,
Pure lye A Corn Whiskies,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
B ECTIFIE RS AND REDISTILLERS,
?S3 Broad St., Augusta, Cia.
Mar 25 6m
DALL EARLY AND GET BARGAINS.
ALFRED C FORCE,
,258 Broad SI., Augusta, Cia.
BY the Case, Do?? ?*jr*T,lir. ?iM sold l-wer than ever. BOOTS
ind SHOES from J|Mii|lm>iIII)facturera; Merchants; Planters, and those
mrch?sing for (num* use can buy the Best Goods at low figures.
Men's Brogans, il 25 up;
Women's Shocs,fel.2.T "
Men's f 'alf IlamlKSmved Root?, $8 U|) ;
" V Maelii " " ft "
ii . ? P?fgjfd B.K.tH, $4;
" M Hand Sowed Shoos, $5;
Genta' Calf Hfa^w?gd Ext rp Flin- Dt>^ Enids, $10 00.
A Large snprjfy of Gents', Ladies', Mis.-?.'.?--, Cliildn-n's ?nd Boys' SHQ?S
h g-eat variety \
> ALV RE Si C. FORCE.
Augusta, GJI., M nell 18, 3m 13
Ladies' Kid Balmorals, ?2.50,
.' Lasting Balmorals, $2.00,
" " foxed Haimorais, *?.00,
Misses " .* "
Velvet ?'. *2.25,
SPE?NG AND SUMMER.
r ip ...
: WE HAVE? JUST RECEIVED
FIFTST PIECES CHOICE PRINTS
For the Spring Trade.
Also, a Choice Lot of PERCALES and CAM
Wc ar? still selling our FALL DRESS GOODS
much belr>w New York Cost.
CLOTHING, FLANNELS, LADIES' HATS,
And a A?tmany other goods, too numerous to men
tion, afcJIrime New York Cost.
83- TSRMS CASH.
CHEATHAM, LAtfDRM & CO.
WE have always on -hand tho Books
of American'Publisher* aa soon as
.thoy^ro.hiMii^^vhleh wo. supply
At tiiciowcst Rates.
THE Publia is respectfully informe
that the Undersigned has purchase
the Stockof GROCERIES and LIQUOR
and also the good will, of the busines
recently conducted by D. L. TURN El
E*q , In tba Village of Edge?ekt H
hopes by striot attention to uusihess !
merit the patronage of all.
Our Stock ofiBooks is unsurpassed- i PHILIP F. SABLING,
embracing j Edgofleld, C. H., Mar. IS.
STA SDARIXand MISCELLANEOUS
BOOKS; * . j . ,ri
BIBLES, PflAYER BOOKS, HYM
ANNUALS, ALBUMS, JUVENILES,
etc., etc., in gmt variety.
Our Stationery Stock
Includes all th? Standard Articles, both
domestic and itfroSgn, Hold In tho trude.
PAPERS, P?NS, INKS, PENCILS,
BLANK-BOOKS, TOY BOOKS.
COPPYING^OOKS and PRIASSES,
Peelers can l|iy from us as Cheaply as
from Manufacturers or Publishers.
Orders, birgftor sniallr for anything in
the market, nlfed promptly.
., J 224 Broad St, ?
Augusta, Mar;25, Om '14
4 To the Public!
IKA>^E.'this day sold my Stock
GROCERIES and LIQUORS to M
PHILIP F.: SABLING, who will co:
tinuo the business at the old stand,
take pleasure in recommending M
BARLING to my friends, and the publ
generally ; and solicit for him a fiber
sb?ro of public patronage.
D. L. TURNER.
Edgefield, S. C., Mar 18, 3t 14
School Commissioner's Offic
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
March 31st, 1874,
BY au Act of the General Assemb
the Poll tax will be appropriated
the payment of the past due Sch(
Claims. All persons, holding Teache
Claims for services rendered previous
the 1st of October, 1873, are required
register the same at this office on or 1
fore the 1st day of May next, or th
rw11T"?ot be entitled to payment .
G. A. MORGAN, s. o. E. o
Apr. 1, lui li
MILLIONS OF ACRES
RICH FARMING LANDS
NOW FOR SALE VERY CHEAP
Ten Years Credit Interest O?1F 6 Per Cent
Descriptive Pamphlets, with Sectional
Maps, sent Free.
A handsome Illustrated Paper, contalnlog (be Ifomt
staid Law. mailed free to all parts ot' the world.
Address O. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner TJ. P. F?. E..
NEW YORK DAY-BOOK,
L DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY. Established lbSu It
supp..rl? While Supreinttcy, jmlllicul ul d .-ocial.
Terms,$3paryewri To cutid, niue curies for $b.
Specimen copies free. Address DAY-BOOK, New
EXTER VIH ATM*
Aud Insect Powder for Rata. Mice,
Ronchen, A itt?, Becl-Bng?, Moth*, ?fcc.
J. F. HKNKY, CUUICAN &. CO.,
Sole A y tc ii?.
Coal, Iron and Timber Lauds,
Favorably located, on or near railroad or water
transportation routes. Address.
NICHOLSON' cfc CLARK,
Ul Broadway, (Boom IC) New York.
j. k I
}* ni m
NEW AND NOVEL i^SSSgiu?
CHINE. County und Slate Eights for sale on the
nKMiUben? terms. Also, Agonis Wanted to sell our
otner Nove'lles. Address II. 1). BEIEE 4 CO., At
MORPHINE HABIT speodly
cured by DR. BECK'S only known
and SURB REMEDY.
for treatment nnlil cured. Call on or address
UR. J. ?. BECK, Clin liniall, O.
"Will ont! Truth Triumph
ant .' Agents, old and young,
mule and female, make j
. _ more money toll J, our
Fn-ncli and American Jeweh-y, Boob? and Games
than at anything olso. Greatest inducements to
Agents and Purchasers. Catalogues, Terms and full
particulars sent Tree to all. Address
P. C. VICKERY, Augusta, Maine.
t* ipSYCIIOMANCT, OB SOUL CHARM1H0/ |
* How rither sex may fascinate and gain the
love and affr?tions ol' any person they choose, in
stantly. This simple mental acquirement all cull
Kisses*, free, by mail, for 25 cents ; together with a
arriagc Ouide, Egypiiun Oracle, I'r> uni-, Hints lo
Ladies. A queer book. 100,00? sold. Address T.
WILLIAM dc CO., Publishers, Philadelphia.
Mar. KG 4114
Hotel and Livery Stable,
Pine House Depot, S. ?.
JOHN D. ROPER, Proprietor.
March 1, 1874. ti ll
R. R. R?
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CUBES THE WOBST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.. .
BADWAYS BEADY RELIEF IS A CUBE FOB
I! waltho finland ls
The Only Paint Remedy
that lnitantlyslops?irmnslrxcniclaUng palm, allav*
OSammaUnoM, and euros langostinos, wiidbsr of tl?
Caaes, Sumach, iiuwels, or omer glands or organs, by
IN FBOM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
?t matter bow violent or exnrudaUn< th? nala the
H KU M AT lc. Bed-ridden. I ? il rm. Crippled, Nervous,
.uralglc, or prostrated wi?i disease may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFOBD INSTANT EASE.
INFAMMATION OF THK KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THK BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OK THE LUNGS.
BOBE THROAT. DDTFICULT HES A THIN?.
PALPITATION OK THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTERIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
Theappllcationofthe Ready Relief to tba part or
parts where the pata or difficulty exists wUl aflbrd ease
Twenty drops In bftlfa tumbler of water wllllnafew
rnomonU c ure CH lt AM PS.SK ASMS.80U R 8T0MA0H,
HBABTBURN, sicic HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA,
DYSENTERY. COLIC. WIND IN THE BOWELS,
(Ad all I S TERNA L P A INS.
Trmve'crs should alwav* carry a bottle ot Rad?
Way's KendT Relief with tb-m. A few drops in
Water wlllprevrot sickness ur pains from chang* of
water. It ts belter maa Kreuch Ii randy or Bluers aa a
?tim ulan t.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cored for fifty cents. There' li
Bota remedial agentln thia world that will eur? Fever
ap? Ague, and all other Malarious, Bllooa, Scarlet,
Inhold, Yellow, and other Fevers [aldrd by BAD
WAY'S PILLS] so quick as RADWAY'S BEADY RE
LIEF. Fifty clasper boals.
STROM; AND puns RICH BLOOD-INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
KAfftlADE TT1EMOST ASTONISHING CURES : BO
QUICK. SO RAPID ARK THE CHANGES,THE
OP THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
ETerj Day an Increase iE FM
arni feiet is Seen ai ?eil
Erery drop of the 8 ARS A P A RILLI A N RESOL
VKNT communicate* through the Blood. Sweat, Urin?,
and other Fluids and juices of tba syiUm the vigar of
Uf->, fur ttrepairs the wastes of the body wlthnewaud
so,iud material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption,
Glandular disease. Ulcers In the throat. Mouth, Tu
mors, Ncvleiiutho Glandsandctberpartsof thesystem,
Sore Eyes, Strumorous discharges from the Ears, and
the wont forms of Skin diseases,' Eruptions, Fever
Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm, salt Rheirm, Erysipelas,
Acne, Mark Spots, Wormsin the Flesh, Tumors. Can
ceralnthe W,nnl>, and all weakening and painful dis
charges, NlgbtXweau, Loss orsperm audall wasteaof
the life principio, ore within the curative range of this
wonder ut Medora Chemistry, unda'few days' use will
?md decomposition that ls continually -progre-sang, sue
ceedstnarrcsilngibcso warted ?nd repairs tho ?ame
wlm new material made from healthy blood-?nd tala
th? s A RSA PA KILLIAN wiiland does secure-?eur*
ls certain; f->r wheuoneo this remedy commue** Its
wurkofpiiriScatlun. and succeeds In diminishing the
lus? of wastes, tu repars will ba rapid, and ovary day
mo patient willfeelhimielfgrwlngfatier and stronw,
tho fioddigrsUiig Wetter appetite Imp roving, a nd Utah
and weight Increasing.
Notonlydo.?tiinSARSArjiuiLUi? Rxsotvmrt exeels
allk'iuwn remedial agelitsln the euro ol Chronic, Scnv
f nions, Con ?lit II: loni], and Skin diseases ; hutu li Us
only posit! ve cure fur
Kidney <0 Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and W.mb dlseases,Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy.
Sloppago of Water, Incontinence of Urine, BrlKht'sDlSj'
ease. Albuminuria, and In all cases where lhere KT*
brlelt^itut deposits, or tho water ls thick, cloudy, mixed
wiu? substances 11 ko the whits of an ecg, or threads Uk?
white silk, nrtherelsa morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance und white bone-dust deposits, and when there li
a pricking, burning aensatlcn when passing water, aaa
pain in Uns Small of the Back and along theTLolna.
Tumor of 12 Years? Growth
Cured by Rodway's Resolvent,
Mci Purgative & Segulat?ig Pffls,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with ?weet gum,
purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and itrengthin. Bad
way's Pills, for the cure of Mldlsord.-rs ?f the Stsmach,
Llvar, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladdsr, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Contlipallon,'Co?tlv?uess, Indigestion, Dys
pepila, biliousness. Bilious Fever, Inflammation of the
Bowels, Piles, and all Derangements of the Internal
Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive eore. Purely
Vegetablo, containing no mercury. mtn.t-.i. ordtleteov
a.tcaruc.jcaoi TI a.t>TTA-r-a VJT-1 wIlLfroe the ??sw
tam from all tb? above named BMMMK Pi ive, ?..?um
per Box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
READ " FALSE AND TRUE." Send ene letter
stamp to RADWAV A CO.. No. 32 Warren Si.. New
York. Information worth thousands wUl be Mat yon.
State of South Carolin*
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Goorge P. Curry, and Hardy Wall, Shei
iff of Edgofield County, Plff's., w
Harrison Strom and others as Count
Commissioners, and John H. McDe\
itt, as County Treasurer * f Edgefiel
County, Dolt's.-Comptai, I for Injun*
Hon, Cullin Creditors, for Reli'*.
IN pursuance of an Order of the Hoi
R. B. Carpenter, Judge of the fit
Circuit, in this action, dated 21st Mare!
3KT4, all creditors holding claims again
the County of Edgefield, for the past ii
debtedness of sala County, arising pn
vious to the first day of September, 187
aro hereby notified that they are requi
ed to present and prove their claims b
fore the undersigned on or before tl
15th day of May next In default of i
proving their claims they will not be ei
titled to the benefit of the final decree
be pronounced herein.
M. L. BONHAM, Referee.
Mar 24 Gt 14.
TO THE BOOT AND SHOE TRADE.
GALLAHER * MULHERIN,
289 JBROAD J3T., ^UGUSTA,' jjA., ,
ARE NOW RECEIVING titlfi
Which, they offer .to the. Trade at the LIVING
Extra Inducements offered to CASH BUYERS.
Augusta, Ga., Mar. ll, 3m 12
NO-fl CE !
WE have this day confiolidate?i'the busiriessof CARWILE ?SAMS, abd
SAMS & CAF WILE. Thc business will be continued under the name and
style of CARWILE-& SAMS;** Johnston's, S. C., where we will be pre
pared to furnish bur customers with Goods at the lowest market pwces.
We have on hand and ?re lecpivin^ a good assortment of T
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, <5cO-3
Which we are prepared to sell at Low Figure." for "Cash. We also have a
full line of
GROCERIES and PLANTERS' SUPPLIES.
Give us a catii. Special inducements to Cash Customers.
We are also Agents for the sale of
?BER'S CELEBRATED GUANOS.
A. A., Ol' PHOSfO PERUVIAN,
AM II OM ITED SUPERPHOSPHATE,
CHAPPELL'S AUDI OPIATED SUPER-PHOSPHATE,
PURE PERUVIAN, ?
LAND PI ASTER, &c" &c,
CARWILE & SAMS.
Johnston's Depot, S. C., Mar. ll, 1874. tl 12
Ohas. CL Qmiimk; :
. . --DEALER IN
Leather? of all Kinds, Shoe Findings, Belting,
Also, The Well Tried
Either Iron or Wood Axles-The most satisfactory' Wagon now in use, and
WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT.
Augusta, Ga, .lar ll,
AN Mtmm Maw
IS OFFERED B"5T
JAS. A. DOZIER & CO..
iPINE HOU SE DEPOT,
? . -TO ALL Wno WISH TO SE* ?R?
. "... ?-I?T- :. '
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c.
WE are now receiving daily our SPRING and SUMMER STOCK, em
bracing everything NEW, FASHIONABLE, USEFUL, and INDISPEN
Our supply of FARMING IMPLEMENTS is very Large and very
Complete. A# DOZIER & CO.
PINE HOUSE, C. C. & A. R. R., S. C.
Pine House, Mar. 4,
TO THE PLANTERS
OF EJDGEEIEXiID COTT?>TT"Sr.
CHEAT SUCCESS FOLLOWS WISE PURCHASES !
County with fi ve brands ot the BEST FERTILIZERS now "in uso. *
PURE NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO*
PURE LAND PLASTER,
WHITE LOCK'S VEGETATOR,
SIBLEY'S SOLUBLE IXL GUANO,
PURE DISSOLVED BONES.
Do not fail to pi the above Fertilizers, and be convinced that good
Fertilizers will pay fine profits
J?S. A. DOZIER & CO.
PINE HOUSE, S. C.
25 Kite Fresh Mackerel
bet 14 * *_48
jST received 1 Bbl. SILVER DRIP
?v?ttTP -verv fine. For sale by
SVRW jj. PENN <fc SON.
THE most pleasant and popular Tooth
or Mouth Wash extant. Dr! Parker has
tried it for 'several years, .nd uses no
other kind. Everybody Uki* it Try ?
bottle. For sale by
CLISB Y Sc LYNCH, Druggists,
tf V sf
! Feb. ,