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Rate? af Advertising:
Advertisement? will bs inserted st th?
rat? of $1.50 persqusrs (tea minion lia ss,
or laaa) for tb? Ant 1 martien, and ?a?
dollar per aquaxs for saeh subsequent la
? liberal diaconat will b? mad? te thea?
wishing to advertise by th? yaw.
W. W. OWDOM, ChappaUs, S. C
W. H. YHLDBLL, Longea ire?.
JOKK H. H Ul BT, Bateavills.
W. A. O DO ic. Masting Street.
J. K. Du HST, Kirks?ya X Roads.
E. B. FomaasT. Mia? Creak.
Trna ETHKBBPGH, LsesTills, 8. 0.
DB. J. B. ABXBT, RichardpoBT?l?.
J. E. COOK, Graniterill?, S. C.
Capt. G. W. Kxxev, Woodlawn, 8. C
J. P. HKNDKBSOK, Woolley To wa and
Langley, 8. C.
N. W. BBOOKKB, Bldg?, 8; <J.
8. C. CARTLBDOB, Bshohota. 8. C.
On Saturday and Sunday aext th? Ul*
ion Meeting of the Fourth Division of
*he Edgefield Baptist Aasociatioa, trill bf
held in oar Baptist Church. The Me tho
dist and Episcopal Church* will U
closed. Ths Rsv. Mr. Leard will prttth
at Trenton at ll A. M.
We sincerely congatulate our Methodist
friends upon the ret ora of tbs Ber. 8am
nel Leard to the charge of tb? Edgefield
Circuit for another year. H? is beloved
and appreciated by all our people; sad
irrespective of denomination, they will be
delighted to hear of hit retara.
The Rev. Mr. Clifton, who was ?9 ba
lo ved in the Butler Circuit has basa Hit
to a circuit in tbs Oraageburg Estriol.
Next week the AEVSBTISSB will sp
pear as a half ehest, ss bas always bean
our custom in Nsw Y?s/s week.
Concerning tbs brilliant aad aaimated
occasion of Friday last-tbs Toureamsat,
tbs Parade, the Ball-we ar? sot able to
say much. Indeed of our ova observa,
tion ws can say nothing, inasmuch isa tbs
serious illness of a member of oar family
kept us sway from the gay' scans. ' This
ws regret very muca. And tb? same
cause has kspt us from svsa picking ap a
few items. Such a merry sad happy day,
however, bas not been experienoed ia
Edgrfirld for maay a long year; aad the
Edgefield Rifles bavs proved themselves
gay, gallant, generous, hospitable, kaigbt
Our village Christ mes Tres viii bloom
and bear fruit in tbs Baptist Church ea
Thursday evening next, at early oaadls
The Lascas ter Ledger blows tremend
ously over two nstivs bogs which netted
680 pounds of fresh meat. - Bah I oar
friend, Dr. W. H. Timmcrmaa, of Phillip
pi, killed a single oas a few weeks bask
that cct>d 500 coand* ! Lancaster WC?* J
try t?*iu. Ws giv? ?er a, year te rsport j
"oi .. - ?r?Qfidn, wtU ?? y.
jr?i, las* and *di :no viv* " ? jd
..cer?n :u?;:r es well ?
*aviTi? wpcrt ia h:? coital p'yst?t."
There will be but two legs between tbs
two Senators from South Caroliaa when
Gen. Hampton takes his seat, bat BO de
ficiency whatever in brains.-AvgveUi
Riming Newt. ~>
During the month ending Novex?b*r
30th there were sbippsd from Johnston's
1,321 bales of cotton against 1,791 bait)
for corresponding psriod lsst year.
This week we publish aa excellent pho
tograph of th? elder Grier, father af th?
present President of Erskine Coll?ge.
On SaturdayJost g^jr^^?^u^r " '
it.%-r~-~-^itr9t oim*?a Smith, liviag
on'Big Croak, in Edgefield County, was
shot in the head at her horne. Tb? ball
entered behind ber ear aad lodged. 8ho
was married last Christmas. Shs aid bar
stop-son bad been practicing shootiag-s
few moments before this sad oocurrettf*
8ho was still living OB Sunday afteruoQn,
and was perfectly eoascioos, but it ts sup
posed she will die. Trial Justice Nicker
son took ber dying declaration, aad she
testified that her step-son, who was there,
did not fire tb? shot. It is yat shrouded
The Planter ?md FarKner, polished at
Riehmond, Va, at fl a yeas' tor Docsm
ber, ls received. It eonuic* Qi pages of
reading matter by ?om? of th? beat farm
ers in th? country. Th? arti oles of Hem
A. Dudley Mann, of Frasee; Judge Was.
Fullerton, of Nsw York; Judge Christ
ian ; Prof. Pendleton, of Georgia, and
Col. 8 W. Ficklin, ar? ?ntt?e&tojbpestel
mention aa valuable article^ for j the
fanner. ' 1" -t j
The Bsaaar of tbs Baptietilad?m at- tb?
Academy, at Johastoa, I ?.Jay night; bs*
fore last, was a grand saceeu. realixifg
the handsome sum of en? hundred :dol
lars. .jj -i
Kindergarten : Mr. Baermanawill open
his school for boys sad girls on, the 'finit
Monday in January next, and parents in
tending to send children ar? politely re
quested to have them promptly, on hand.
He will also continue to instruct iudivid
uals in the modern languages at reasons
The new management of the Charlotte
Columbia and Angosta Railroad bas re
elected Col. J. B. Palmer te tb? position
of President, which be has Satisfactorily
filled for several years. As a-ao?rteous
and obliging official, industrious and pains
taking, yet always firm in th? discharge
of bis duties, Colonel Palmer is deserved
ly popular along the Un? of tb? rc?d, and
his re-election by the stockholders BOW in
charge of its interests will meet with tho
unqualified sanction of its friends and
Th? Right Reverend Bishop Howe
preached, and administered tb? Holy Com
munion and tbs rite of confirmation, ia
i Grace Cb arch, Ridge Spring, OB Sunday
On Christmas night Iber? j? to bs a
.Christmw tree tu fch? M'tjpdut Church
Ii teems thai there are "moonshiner* ''
(distillers of illicit whiskey) even in virtu*
oas Edgefield ! Read the articles from the
Tbt gallant, bat modest Capt. Martert,
of Edgefield, returned home this morning.
He does this after thoroughly interview
ing ihe lady managers of the Fair, and ii
firmly of the opini?n that the Augusta
girls can beat the world for pretty and
persuasive smiles.-Augusta Evening
The Nwt also noticed fte presence in
Augusta of Mr. Willie Pta*, Mr. Will
Lynch, Mr. Earnest Gary and Dr. Wallace
Bland, bat did not speak of them as
Gen. Gary has introduced in the Senate
s bill to repeal Section 2 of the Resolution
of March 22 1878, granting parties before
the Coori of Claims (the Bond Court) the
right of appeal to the Supr?me Courts of
Ihe Stat? and United States. We hope
Gea. Gary ?ill be successful in this meas
ure. If so, th? recent decision of the
Bond Court, so favorable to the tax-pay
irs, would bo a finality.
Christmas is fairly open us. And al
ready ?an*c ?lau* has worked Mr. Willie
Pena to death. He is now lying ? lifeless
??rps? behind his counter. Mr. Glover
Fcmptina can scarcely "go high-low."
Young Walter Pierce is wear- and sore of
foot And of all the band, honest and
aielhgent Tom Gordon alone remains
reeh and ready for daty.
Gen. Themas J. Lipscomb, of Newber
7, has been elected by the Legislature as
superintendent of the Penitentiary. The
f ankeo, Farm ele, steps down and oat.
The eonstent stream of "little brown
Ogs" pouring in and oat of Durisoe &
Br?'e. for the last three or four days, be
;oke&f that high Chris (maa cheer will this
rear ?bound in the land. Indeed there
? high Cbrettr* cheer m every shape
md form at Darito* and Bro's. And as
br their stock of Wines and Liquors, it ia
Uiorpautd and unsurpassable-and at
?rice* that viii pleasantly surprise all who
?efe to purchase of them.
At Mr. Willie McCullough'e"the goose
.ange high"-(he Christmas goose. And
lay by day Mr. Willie now pipes this re
"?nd BOW I elng in load honan DCB,
Jf orang M, grape? and red banannas."
POI TUE HALL AND PARTIED
Larg?: assortment of Swiss and Tarla
tan. Ladles' and Gents' white Kid
J loves, guaranteed, at
Candie?-Fancy and Plain, English
Walnuts, Paeans, Filberts, Brazil Nuts,
Almonds, Oranges, Apples, Cocoauuta,
Raisins, Canned Peaches, Pineapple.
Fomatoea, Salmon, Oysters, Sardines,
Cheese, Maccarons, Spice?, Pepper, Nut
meg, Pris? Box??, dc. ?e., low for Cash,
it? DURI80E dc BRO.
Bec 17 1871-tf-1.
Tb? Democrat* - rr ~, - Caro
tina ia o?ir eqo?led by . . : over
Ditmas** of ttl? Liv? . weis,
? * lady
ios ~ti rees .*n?:-. '.... -'old
?r?7j-?rhtrre. W-? e^fb-r?sement :t ?o
aSbsn -J?, i ?Kit,.
Sar. li, ms-sm-48
QVHBT : " Why will mea amok? oom
raon Tebaoco, when th?y can buy Mar
burg Broa. ' Seal ./ North Carolina,' at
Jost received, a splendid stock o
Ease'jr Made Clothing, at extraordinary
row prices for cash ; also, Rabber Over
coats, Shirt? and Over-Shlrta.
W. H. BRUNSON.
NOT. li, 1878-.M7
_. . -, Boulevard Shirts,
_^?5^*Tycoon Repp?. Fall lines of
Domestica for eal? low for oath.
W. H. BRUNSON.
NOT. 14,1878- 4MT
J. P. HBXDBK?OV, GraniteTill?, S. C.
ie selling bl? stock of Goods at prices
which defy competition. This stock con
sists of Dry Goods of every description.
Notions, Boots and Show, Show-case
Goods, Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Oro
oerles. Canned Goods, Tob?ceo, Cigars,
Garden 8eed, Hard, Hollow and Tin
War?, Ac, Ac. It would take too much
Um? and spae? ta mention each article,
Peb. ll, 1878. iy8
PACT 8 OP IMPOST ANCE
To ?very person in Edgefield County:
Cotton is too low and money too scarce
for every'sensibl? person not to be care
ful how bs spends his money:
My success in giving entire satisfac
tion to my customers has encouraged me
to tnereas? my business and, therefore,
offer additional inducements to those
who may favor rae with a call. My sales
have been so heavy that I have bad to
duplicata savers! bills and have opened
to-dar about twenty cases of New Goods
last from N?w York.
8om? handsome patterns of calico at
sent? per yard, Dress Goods at 10
-.ats per yard and up. Whit? and Red
Flannels, Opera Flannels, Shawls, Bal
msrai Skirts, Nnbias, Blankste, Zephyr,
s variety of colors, Ladies' and Gluts'
Under Vests, Oil Table Cloths, Table
Linen. Towels and Towelling. Endless
rartsty of Hosiery. Handkerchiefs and
Ribbons. 21,000 Gold Eyed Needle at 5
santa per paper. Edgings d Insertions,
EJuffii ana Collar?, Barege and Tissue
Veilings, Consta, Gents' Scarf*, Gents'
Black Silk Ties, made to order, full
lengths and aa nice quality of Goods as
k ept anywhere. $1,800 00 worth of Genta'
Ready-Mad? Clothing. $600 00 worth of
Gen to' Hats. Stationery, Note, Letter'
sud Bill Psper, Paney box Paper and
Envelopes. Ladle?, Kid Gloves that we
guarantee, If a pair rips or bursts wa
live another pair in exchange or refund
the money. My display of Glassware'
end Crockery ls especially fin?. Prices
from 26 to SS per cent less than lust
season. $8,000.00 worth of Shoes of all
iradas. Tremendous large quantity of
good fitting shirts and Collars, very low
-extra indaesments to persons buying
by the bslf-dosen and dozen. Large
?tock of Tobacco and Cigsrs, Sugars,
Coffees, Starch, Candle?, Canned Fruits,
Salmons, Sardines, Pepper, Spice, Gin
E>r, Flavoring Extracts, Concentrated
ye, Soda, Raisins, Cheese, Macearon!
and Pulverised Sugar, Saddles, Bridles,
Buggy Whips, Ac., A., Hand and Buggy
Umbrellas. My prices hsve been marked
down to snit the low price of cotton, in
plain figure? snd ikey are very low.
In ?hort, my stock is tbs largest and
beat selected Stock of Goods that bas
been exhibited in this town since the
war, and I will sell a bill of goods as
cheap as they can be bought In Augusta.
I am enabled to do this os I have all the
ad ventajes that the merchants of Au
gusta have without the expense of being
there. ALVIN HART.
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
Nov. 28,1878-1m 50
OKRA ANp TOMATOES for SOUP
TRY A CAN. Only 25 cent? per
san, at nm\
peo. 0, ieT8-ifr?l
EDGEFIELD A LONG TIME AGO.
WATKBS OF BEA YERDA il-IT'S REDMEN
TOMAHAWK- NAVIGATION- BENCH AND
"The water? saw Thee, O ! Gud-the
waters saw Thee. Thy path is in the
great waters-Thy footsteps are not
known. Thou dost establish equity ;
Thou executeth judgment and righteous
ness in Jacob."
This watar-course took its name from
the many dams which were engineered
by the constructive and working beavers,
a small animal which were hunted and
captured by the Indians, numbers of which
were wont ^congregate on its Lanks, and
in its forests, for their fur and also for
the fish for which this stream was also a
source of ample supplies.
Well do we remember the cane brakes
near the ford of the South end of our
village, and have often seen old uncle Jack
Gray pioneering bia waY through, by con
structing rail-ways of fence rails, to effect
an entrance to its banks, to get his string
of Jacka, pickerals and perch of tLe finny
Thia waa, also, a navigable stream, and
oft haa Mr. E. J. Y. freighted his bark
with the fair and beautiful ones of the
village'belles, and skillfully steered a pas
?age far towards the East and returned
Weat with th? plaudits of the passengers,
eapecially when they escaped'a ducking,
for which the Captain had a mischievous
propensity to inflict.
It's waters were often the resort of the
stage drivws, also, for washing their dusty
and wearied steeds; to this we challenge
old Capt. Ward to testify to the cleansing
efficacy of its waves.
The public spring was here for supply
ing all the villagers water for drinking
and culinary purposes. Here, too, was
the play ground for the tardy slavish
water carriers, many of whom received
their forty save one well laid on by their
masters in summer's dog-day-times.
Here was, also, established the school
boys' rendezvous for th? health-giving
exercise of a watery gymnasium, and for
the enjoyment of a recreation when school
?waa out. These school boys-with the
ardor for a sea-faring life-established a
Navy Yard for the exercise of marine
steamy skill, to vent itself in ship build
ing, especially in making and fighting
with men of war ships.
Many full rigged and gunned ships of
war, with powder and ball, re-fought the
Wasp and Frolick, as well as the Hornet
and Peacock battles with the skill of old
sailors. Ar.d though these marinera
never furnished the United States Navy
with aComraodore they certainly furnished
the State of South Carolina with the best
of her Adjutant Generals-in Gen. James
On both sideB of the Beaverdam were
huge piles of granit? rocks where the
boys and girls resorted and
I've heard, In years loag gone, or else
In some strange tome of namoless
The legend of a bell-**??
Eeach time 'tis rung 'tis heard by only
In all the universe."
Th??e strong records bore the names
and dates of lovers and their lasses, long
since passed away, to supply materials
for the building of the old rock jail, which
has itself succumbed to the tooth of tim ?a.
Here, towards the East, near and in
rear of Mr. A. J. Norris' residence, was
located the old Court Ho ise, mad* of th?
square hewn logs of the heart of the long
leaf pine. Thia ha? been removed to the
lot of Mr. D. R. Durisoe, aud furnished
timbers for his present kitchen.
In this old Court House was the arena
for justice and equity of the olden times
Th? prominent members of the bar were
Maj. Charles Goodwin, who had lately
doffed the powdered wig and forensic toga
of the English Court. He was of aristo
cratic bearing and of pure and unap
proachable integrity, in the faithful dis
charge of his duries to God, the State and
his clients. Never stooping to do a mear
act, and of the utmost courtesy to all hit
neighbors- v- "aa noted for h?9 *s?
varierai, horticultural, as well as porno -
logical, science, which he successfully
practiced, and with a liberal hand dis
pensed and distributed to all, especially to
the poor. His hay makings were seasons
of merriment and pleasure to the invited
sons and daughters of the yeomanry of
the village and vicinity. The other mem
bers of the bar were Thomas Nibbs, Peter
Carn,- Shaw and Thomas Gantt, ajunior
member, and who wau afterwards so justly
celebrated for skill and eloquence in crimi
nal cases. Peter Carn was of large and
gigantic proportions, while Shaw was of
very small statue and notod for his smart
ness, irritable and nervous terpurament.
In a close contest at the bar between
thsse last two, Carn had just finished
what he thought was an unanswerable ef
fort and was succeeded by Shaw, who soon,
evidently to Cnn, made it certain he
(Carn) would be defeated, he resorted to
the expedient of button ng into the cape
.of his own overcoat the button of Shaw's
coat tail and suddenly arose and beat a
retreat to the front door, dracging little
Shaw behind, and when Carn was about
emerging down the steps said, "See what
those raskel boya have done!" Shaw was
so excitedly enraged that he could not find
again the broken threads of his argument,
and the court, so convulsed with laughter,
that his Honor, finding it utterly impos
sible te maintain the dignity of the court,
adjourn to another noted bar in the village
and celebrated the victory of Peter Carn
in a generous bowl of Jamaica eggnogg
In this court was justice and equity de
creed and so far superior to those nf the
present day, that in comparison to those
of latter times, we are led to exclaim Ol
tempera, Ol mores.
"WBAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO
Because the penalties of physiological
laws are not executed speedily, some
fancy they aro void. But wben tim
system breaks down, and almost hope
less complications arise, which the family
physician, by reason of his limited ex
perience, fails to relieve, the pertinency
of the above inquiry is apparent. Many
remedies have been specially prepared
for these cases, and many physicians are
bidding for their patronage. As before
making a purchase of land, a "search"
is required, aud the title carefully ex
amined, so invalids should carefully in
vestigate the claims of any physician
offering to treat chronic diseases. Dr.
Pierce's Family Medicines are well
known, and have effected many cures
where eminent physicians hive failed,
yet to accommodate surgical and com
KHeated cases, and those desirous of
eing restored speedily, Dr. Pierce has
erected an elegant sanitarium, at a cost
of nearly half a million dollars. No
institution in tho world offers advantages
superior to those found in this establish
ment. Half a score of physicians are in
attendance, several of whom nave been
prominently connected with leading
American and European Hospitals
Every improved facility for hastening a
cure that a liberal expenditure of mouey
could secure can here be found Belore
fully deciding where to go, address In
valids' and Tourists' Hotel, for circular.
A colored child was burned to
death at Pendleton on Monday night
last. The mother locked her child
np in the house while she went to a
dame Oi. lier return she found the
hon*? smouldering ?nd the remains
ol her child buried beneath the ashe-".
Marsdens Pectoral Balm.
ACERTAIN cure for Cough, Cold
and Croup. Try a bottle ; price 50
PENN'S DRUG STORE.
'JR. M. W. CASE'S
Tonic and Cordial. .
This is not a patent medicine, but is prepared
Under the direction of Ur. M. w. Case, irom bis.,
fuvurite prescription, which In an extensive.']*'
predice of over twenty-seven years he has found
matt effective in all cases ol' disordered liver or
impure blued. It is
It arts direcUy upon the liver, restoring lt
when diseased to its normal condition; and in
regulating the activity of this great gland every
other organ of the system is benefited. In Blood.
Diseases it has no equal as a purifier. It Im
proved digestion, and assists nature to eliminate
all Impurities from the system; and while it ls
the cheapest medicine in the market, it is also
superior to all known remedies. While it la
more effectual than Blue Moss, it is mild and
perfectly safe, containing nothing that can In tho
slightest degree injure the system. It does not
sicken or give pain; neither does it weaken tht>
patient, nor leave tho system constipated, as do
most other medicines.
I & t7\ mmw.**.*m Liver Complaint, Dyv
fll VUl6S perola, Bilious Feyer,
Headache, Sick Headache, Water-Brash,
Heartburn, Sick Stomach, Jaundice,
Colic, Vertigo, Neuralgia, Palpitation of
the Heart, Female Irregularities and
Weakness, all Skin and Blood Disease?,
Worms, Fever and Ague, and Constipa
tion of the Bowels.
In small doxe* lt ls also & sure cure for
Chronic Diarrhoea. .
Taken two or three times a dny, lt pre
vents Yellow Fever, Diphtheria, Scarlet
Fever, Cholera, and Small-Pox.
Until TO RP Usc Dr.Cane's Liver
? "jT.vL. ..... Remedy and Blood
YOUR OWN ,^?.r, ? pleasant
And savo your doctor b?ls. Only 25 cts. a bottle.
It is the most effective and valuable medicino
ever offered to the American people. As fast
as its merits become known, its use becomes
universal in every community. No family will
bc without it after having once tested its great
value. It has proved an inestimable blessing to
thousands who have used it, bringing back
health and strength to those who were seemingly
ut death's door. Prepared at thc Laboratory ol' tho
Home Medicino Co., Philadelphia, Pa?
Price per Bottle, 25c. Extra Large Siro, 75c.
?-For sale by Druggists, A GENTS
(Jenerul Stores, and Agents, ?Ca. "WANTED
Sold, wholes! le and retail, by Dewie
A Moise, Charleston, S C.
DR. C. McLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds;
a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of thc ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva-, slimy-or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly ?11 the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at other4;, ??rtirely n,nn|' . fleeting
pains in ti
and dis*rjrrneu'w?v?_|/, ....... ymuin^ui
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. Mci. AN E'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOKS NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to thc most tender infant.
The genuine DR. MCLANE'S VER
MJI'I I;K bears the signatures of C. Mc
I.AXK and FLEMING BROS. on the
DR. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended a* a remedy "for all
thc ii!s that (lesli is heir lo," hut in affections
of thu liver, anti in all bilious Complaints,
I ?yspensia and Sick I icadache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No helter cathartic can bc used preparatory
lo, or al";er taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE Ol' IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar coated.
Knell IKIX has a red wax seal on thc lid with
thc impression DR. MCLANE'S LIVER PILLS.
Knch wrapper hears the signatures of C.
Mc LANE and FLEMING UROS.
Insist upon having thc genuine Dr. C. Mc
I.ANK'S LIVER PILLS, prepared hy Fleming
Urns.. oP Pittsburgh. Pa., ihc market being
ful! of imitations of thc name McLane,
.li.-.' differently hui ?came pronunciation.
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The great popularity of tho While ls tho most con
Kneing tribute to Its excellence md super lorit]
over other machines.and In submitting Hts th?
trade we put lt upon Its merits, and In no Instance
hot it ever yet (ailed to satisfy any recommendation
In Its favor.
The demand for tho Whlio has Increased to such
an extent that we are now compelled to turn out
Cesaplsrte Sawing TwTar'MTf
-<*V Qty th_roo Tw^Titou isa,
t2ie Aay to o-va-pply
Every machine ls warranted for 3 years, and
sold (or cr sh at Htwal discounts, or upon easy
payments, to suit ths convenience ot customer?.
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ar Us Knut and thorough blood-purifying propor
t'.C*. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medlral Discovery cures
?ll .lunion, rrnra the worst Sororuln to a common
Vr.otca, l'Impie, cr Emption. Mercurial dltcasc,
Jimeral Poison?, mu? their effect*, arc eradicated,
Rmi vlgorou* h. * th ?nd a pound cnivtltutlnn catan*
fc?rrfpeln-, 6nlt*hi-nni, Fever Sore?. Sonly
or Uomgh SBtJn. In slir-rt. Ml i.torMM caused by bad
Unod, are compierci! by titi? powerful, purifying, and
lurlKomttng ree 'Ulnr.
EspretallT ba* lt manifested Its potcnevin curing
Tetter. Bene Koah, Bulls, Ourbancbs, Sore Ly or,
tfa/fmUm STT* und SirrUltuz?, White Bn-cUliurs
OjoRro ur Tblefe Neck, and Enlarged Ulanda,
If you furl ?lull, drowsy, debilitated, have tallow
color cf skin, or yrllowlsh-brown spots on face or
bodv. fren.urnt heartache or dizziness, bail lar.lc In
men'., luirmal heat or chills alternated willi bot
flu-be?. low tnlrlls, and gloomy forebodings. Irregular
nripriitr. and burlie-coaled, you are suffering from
Tnrjdd Liver, ?r Blllou?ucs?." In many cases of
* L'.v. r ( crcDlubit " rely part of these symptoms are
crtH.rlrnrnl. A? a reiiiedy for nil such cases, Ur.
T**?Te,? Golden Medical Discover)' bas no cqoal, as
M meets pericet nnil radical ?ires.
In the care of BronehllU, Se TOTO Couch?, r.nd thc
cc.rlv stage* of Co ii?? m pt lon, lt lins astonished tho
Bdgl facnlty, and eminent physicians pronounce
llKiFireatcst medical discover}' of the age. While
insLii, 'ii- severest Coughs, lt strengthens the system
and purines the blood. Bold hy druggists.
JU V. PI Elte E. M. P.. Prop'r, World's Dispensary
and InValids' Hot? 1, Uuffalo, N. Y.
Xo cse of taking tl va larg?, repulsive, nauseous pills,
eompos-d of cheap, ernie, and bulky Ingredients.
The-le Prikts ar- ?carorly larger than mu.Uird seeds.
Beine entirely Tcgotablc, no particular care ls re
quired while usUic them. They operate without dls
tarbance ta tho constitution, flirt, or occupation.
Fer Jaundice, Headache, Constipation, Impuro
nixx?. foin In the Shoulders, Tlehlnca? of the < hest.
DMac*-. Boer Emctnllons from tho Stomach, Had
T2& ht the Mouth, Blllom attucks. Pain In region
ot Kidneys. Internal Pcvcr, Wonted feellnir about
g?rh, rtmvh or Blood to llrnd, take Br. Pierce's
Pisant PurgoUTo Pellet?. In explanation of thc
r-ftirdlal power of the*) Purgative Pellets over so
gfrat avarletvofdl-raseNlt may 1? said that their
action upon Ute nnVjnl rconony U universal, not a
fjftad or llaouc ocnpln* their sonotlvc Impress. Ago
non not Impair the . properties of th esc I cl lets.
Tiler arr stirar-conted anil Inclosed in glass bot les,
thflr virtues ticing thereby preserved unimpaired for
ai* length of time. In any elimata, so thal they are
airar?rtr?h and reliable. This ls not the case wltb
pip* "put up In cheap wooden or pasteboard IKJXCS.
Fifi- ?ll diseases where a 'Laxative, Alterative, or
PU-CBUTC. ls Indicated, these lillie Pellets will give
tltfniosi perfect satisfaction. Sold by druggists,
li V. PIEKCE.M. D.. Pnom. W orld's Dispensary
sui Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, S. Y.
ache, discharge falling Into throat,
sometime* profuse, watery, thick
mucous, purulent, offensive, eic,
'.nlothcrs, a drvness, dry, watery, weak, or Inflamed
ens stopping'un, or oust ruc ll on, of the nasa! pas
sices, ringing lu cars, deafness, hawking and cough
\vs to clear the throat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers,
r?lee allered, nssal twang, offensive breath, Impaired
, ri .tal deprivation of sense of smell and taste, dlz
/.liir**, mental depression, lo.s of appetite, Indlees
.Im. eularred tonsils, tickling cough, ? tc. Only a
:-e*>r Diese svmptoms are likely to Le present lu uny
at oue time.
?R. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
iirsluccs radical cures of thc worst case* of CnUrrh,
no miter of how long standing. Thc liquid remedy
nlv ls- ?nuffed, or bj tier applied hy the use of Dr.
lixncx's Douche. This ls thc only form of instru
iient yet Invenleil with which lluld medicine can he
carried HIGH Cf and l-EKFECTLY Ari'LtfD to all
iarU of the affected misal passages, and tile chnin
l*rs or cavities eoumiuiUeatlng llurewilh, lu wh rb
?rcs and ulcers (reqiufallT exist, and Irntn uin? i.
Ttsi tfoUAY'S MARKET.
Corrected Weekly from the Augusta
AUGUSTA, GA. Detember 17ih,187S.
lone of the Market :-Quiet and
Oocd Ordinary. 7j
Lov Middling. ?Si
Gool Middling . 8<
BREADSTUFFS AND GRAIN.
Cbohe Family .&5 2")afi St
Doti ?le Extra.?? 50a5 7.=
Ex tnt.$5 ROafi li.
Supe-.?4 7?aS Of
Choiie White.?1 l?
Choice Amber.$1 lOal li
Prirre White . ?la$l Of
Prim? Amber.$1 Qi
Red .? OOH
MEAL, GRITS, BRAN.
Bolted Meal. 06a67
Orias.$1 O?al IC
Ba<x>n,C. R. Sides... Tin
D S LC Sides.
D S Shoulders . (JJ
White milling, sacked, car load.Rc
In less quantities.
Choice, tierces. ?
Choice, bucket?. li
HAY. $1 0(
Cuba, hhdn, new crop.3(
Chewing, from.45 and 50 to ?0 and $1
Smoking.- from.45 to ?1
Sugar House. 55n7(
New Orl?ans .?rm?f
8ugar Drip .(JOaOf
HIDES-j- Dry Flint. 5ai
Full WeigSt .IGalGi
PEANU'^h-JenneMHee. per bu'I, $1 Ol
THE LIVER MONARCH 0FTHES0U?H- ?
Hepatic Comp ?und
n.VS lu.mi> si i wi.il known, tin-re i-.
scarcely anything rmiiainimr i" say
in regard t<> it except that it emit i nues i-?
grow in favor as it grown into use. The
proprietors feel encouraged not only t >
keep up its high Murninni ol' excellence,
but to publish its merits in order that ali
who suffer from the diseases for which ir
isa ca tain cure may learn where the
remedy is to be found. For all diseases
of the Liver, Stomach, IJowels, Kidneys
and Skin its equal lias never been com
pounded; it is entirely vegetable; sure,
harmless and effective for old and young,
maleand female Try it. Sample bottles
and packages, 2? cents. Large bottles, SI
Largo packages, SO cents. Sold every
where. DOW IE ?fr MOISE,
Sole Proprietors and
Charleston, S. C.
Nov. 14, lS78-iim-48
NEW MARBLE WORKS!
TilK undersign?! would respectfully
ann mice to thc citizens nf Kd-iclb-ld ami
mlj. tiring Coimtbw, that he is prepared
to furnish ?it short notice,
M ON UM Iv NTS. TOM US,
Ii KA D S ION i JA, SI A lis, ,Y,\
Will carefully Box mid.deliver ?ii De
pot without extra charge
You will lind it to your interest to eall
Co'ner Campbell and TellViir Streets
(One Square from Union Hep '?t).
Feb. ?7, .1878. AUGUSTA CA.
WILLIAM K. IM,
PRO PK I KT OR OF
" THE GEORGIA ?VU USER Y,"
AUGUSTA, Gr .A..
25 Variates ol' Apple Tree?, ir ra
earliw-t Juiie io be>i Winter appl-?
20 V.?i it-;i is Peach Trees, fi om ?Ti ne
20 Vaiietiesof Grapas?.
Everbearing Mu'berri Sec. &c.
Send for cheap Pr'ce List to
W. K. i?ELSON,
T. Markwalter'sMarble Worl s
Broad si. Sear Low er Market,
Munn men: s. '('..nib- ones and Marble
Work gene i ic:? waynei h.nid or made
to order. A l:< ! m re.nl v for !..:
turing and dude, y a: >?n. e?c notice.
SeVHI'Xl ii;.nil rn- nf ||<MV d*">??IIS of ;he
most m ni.- M cy.?' \|iMintiK'iit?. fur?
niched ?it a lower p ..?.m ever he loi e
in i li : N iiiM'ke?, niul nf iii? he?i work-'
III Ills ..?i, s':i,|';!;ic ;.) ;.,;,] ;?,p ,,|?vr fun
fallers..H Monument n<-:i'y ertv'cd bv
me in tliis . ilv.
HM O. ?| \ KU'ALTER.
Augusta, \"V. i? i.. ir
W. G. MATHENEY
The Largest, best and cheapest
Clothing, ?lii?s, Furnishing Hoods
House in August?.
THF citizens nf Edgcficld and sur
rounding Comity are especially In
vited to eal! ami examine our Stock be
fore purchas:??"?'"" '
Xl NORTHKRN paper that is unparti
zan and imparti il. It believes there is
more than one sid? to thc Southern ques
tion and I ? ?lil ly Hd Vi HM te? it It is the
both daily and weekly, and is published
at tho Capital of Wisconsin-Mallison.
SUBSCBIJiE FDR IT. Tho weekly is
sold at the surprisingly low ligures of Si
per annum, and is a large ii column
quarto sheet. Address,
MADISON DEMOCRAT, Wis.
Dec. 5, 1878-4t-?l
HAS Opened a large and elegant.stock
of Kail and Winter Millinery. All the.
Highest Fashions! Prices to suit thc
Magnificent display of IV.ris Fashions
Don't buv before inspecting the Large
ZEPHYR, per half-pound and up
ward 12b; per ounce, excepting (Hack
and White which arc 12W\ per ounce.
Java Canvass, 5fc">c per yard.
Large stock ol'Yarn, Perforated Hoard
Ribbons, Daces, Duttons, Ties, Silks,
Satins, Velvets, etc.
jr-ii~ Very Low Prices.
Fashionable Untrimmed Dres-? Hats as
low as 40 cents.
pSf Deniorest's Reliable Patterns at
Oct. !i-:hn-4:! AUCUMA, GA.
""READ ! "
FKO M THIS TIMK Forward we will
keep constant!y in sl<?r? it lull
stock of Groceries, ii.eluding :
CoTee, Sugar, Molasses,
Flour, Meal, Grits,
Bacon, Lard, Mackotel,
Tea, Soda, Starch,
Pepper. Spices, Vinegar.
Pickles and Canned Conds of all Kinds,
Tobacco, Segars, Matches,
Blacking, Concentrated Lye,
A splendid Assortment of
Candies, Crackers. &c, &c.
Al! of which wc offer cheap for CASI!
A LSO, as good ami as varied an as
WHISK I KS, AC , AO.
as (ian be had in any market, at the low
Durisoe & Bro.
I. J. MUS,
JOHNSTON, S. C.
-(TONSt: L.TINO PHYSICIAN
Dr, J, A. EVE, Angosta, (?A,
October lfi-tf-41 ;
A.UG-TJRT X) C
i-:?tt.V?j \ \?i V '? M%\ v:
ZCr- Vl.ii ORDERS < ? ! " A R \ NT KK?? I < > GIVE RVJ'I
Gil FALL DRY liKW
AMfLIES desiring Fir''
lioods of every description v
and complete assortment of th;
at tho Lowest ( ash Prices.
No olio entering the markei have.any i^rrtiinge ovor?;
us in purchasing our Supplies, and anyone as>?min?? *
such simply desires lo hum th? People. We (io not
deal in rotten trash to advertise by, but will guarantees
good Goods as cheap as they can be p^rchaseo, io any
part of thc Country; Square, lair dealing und one '
price lias been the motto ol our house for over ihiny
four years, and wc liave no desire to change it for hum
buggery al this- hour of the day.
?S A. GR
October 16th-3m 44
Ti\ ?O?s-itr~iY -I -- * Br'
N S. HART.
M CDU F F COU KN.
X J?L -KL *J JH. V7 e y
IMPORTERS A.7t'D DEALERS
HARD A. IR
Corner Jiists' asst" ?WnrS?ft S?rcela,
1ST, S- O
I i I SM
1. I.:i|> Ring.
2. Grocnt i:!'- Sweep.
4. B?teshurg Sweep,
ii. Orango burg Sweep.
7. Heel Bolt
S finis* Rod.
IO. Steel Shovel Blade.
IL. Greenville Bull T?iijrho
12 J'i rn..nd l'oint Bull Tongi
13. Cast-iron Turn Shovel.
14. Steel Tun; Shovel.
15. Steel Bow or Sweep.
?7. Single-Tree Imus.
S?ttii'l TO I
.......... ^ 7
CORNER BY THE PLANTEES' HOTEL.
ITISfflWPy?lll? ifi AUGUSTA !
And for good goods nod low pri?es ciuiunt bc excelled. Tho Sleek is by far tho
largest in tho city, and embraces KV li RYTH IXG IN THE DRY GOODS LINE.
We have polite and gentlemanly salesmen.' among whom you will find Mr. YK
li. CHRIS'! I ti and Mr. GEORGE S. SULLI VAN, of your County.
Samples and Price Lists:
When in)t convenient for you '<> visit our city if you will send t<> hs we will willi
pleasure send you Samples and Price Lists ofour Goods ; and if you send usan
order to the amount of ?10 or over, ?br Goods in our retail departments we p.-y 'ho
expressage to your express office.
Cloaks and Dress Goods:
Wc have l.y far the I>e^t dopartnioiil in tho City. Do no fail to <-al 1 and see us.
V. RICHARDS & BRO.
Nov. ".th. IS7S-1V-1? AUGUSTA, N \ .x
w km ' ,:"-!ruAx-i iii ?
VALLEY HOME & FARM, j -
\ MUM OF I'OLOiUDO AURICUTUKE j Thc speewah Annual
Subscribers of the
WILL POSITIVELY BS AW.IRDKD
Wednesday January 29, 187$
Subscription Tickets How
62 FOR OSE S'H.iR,
Including a Participation in the
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT
L03G3IONT, B MT LD Kit COUVTV,COI.? !
PA BOR & ?ULT AN.Proprietors. [
WM. E. PA BOB.Editor. \
Tin: VALI.KV HOME ANS) FARM
is designed lo treat upon a ! matters
relatins to farm life in Colorado, l" ?Hu $
irate and explain thc peculiar methods
cultivation KI ?juired hy our climate; lor
thc discussion Ol' ?ifVdrs pertaining I .
homo culturo, with a department < -?ic
riidly nrcpnr-'d.for our iK.ys and girls;
nui to town, County, State arid general
TF.I?.VS-$! ?Oper annum, invariably ;
in ail vane--. Advertising rates on appli
cation. Siunpln copies n ee.
Mee 5, IS7S-St ")l
B 0 S S S L R > B A N N E ?
PUBLISHED WEEKLY ?IT BELLBVIiF, Lil..
Bl W. H. SCAVUp.
1. HE HAN NEB is published in one
Ibo richest au r?en U ii ral parishes ju i!;.
It'd Uiver Valley; is well established,
and OIV.TS KU pei i r iuduccnti nts I" > ii I >
scriheis ami ad v< ri i sers. Su !>-<.: ipt??in,
$S |ier annum; si f..r M" y i!ici?:ii> Ad
W. ii. SCAALAiV i>.
Bellevue, Boissior Parish, La.
Deo. ">. I.S7S if i
A lol of Common Pleas Executii
~T~ W H 0 T S
Samplc Papers and C?r?hlars; con
taining Full irih'i hi ,rion, \v.!l !>e sene
nee to ar?v ono idilressing tin* Pub
lisher, W.T?. S3. BVRK,
14 tamed ?>t.. ^ czi Detroit, Kichigan.
Dec") LSTSv-St?l (
New and Rare?
PLANTS A AI) mil TREES,
Dutch Bulbs, &c.
Mvsi Pianos iii America! j fiipancse Persimmon,S Varieties.
OBINSON A* CO is fully w.ir
mntcd for i' n years Prom len to
Iv. 'Uv por ?e?it* and firetail! will lie
save.. . .. purchiL-iug fr.nn him.
Hts! Orxans in America!
New Bears; Now Peaches; Ne\vClier
rios. Ac . willi a largo stuck of all kinds;
of Prnii Ti ' cs. Shrnbs, .Vc
BUT. ?I BULBS-Largo importal ions.
,1 ,.'rom the leading growers ol' liol
land. First ipi dity nibs; Hot HOIWH
mid Grecii-lIcHise Plants, a rich collec
ii >it. weil grown. All at reasonable
pi i.T> Catalogi;es mailed to applicants,
I .J;)ti\' S \ III., U'avhln-ion, D.C.
-1- Nov 21-2IU-4H
IT^BOMSoO to'SiOO saved bv nu rehabing. ' ~~ ~1Z~ '-*
i -roo, tho GREAT SAVINGS IX- J A HES Y. ClIJSlEATfl,
ST1TUTTON. , '
u o f5?a5i.\MO?' &?'O.. ! Attorn?y a* Law!
2V>r, ?road Street, Aug-la, Ca. , ?T PT?????? ^ ^ of ^ewbei
LOW PRICES! QUICK SALES