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^FTS FOR ST. NICHOLAS.
[eve not, O Santa Claus, who fills
ich stocking, box and tree;
>r think, most desolate of saints,
None brinr good gifts to thee.
*e place no candles in thy crypt,
?o gold ripon thy shrine
ti?u bringest us the frankincensr,
^The'iapers and the wine.
per gifts, good Nicholas,
these, thy children bring,
IP and down an echoing world
iristmas bells all ring.
Sour brightest, truest love
^n thy happy brows;
No monash Wears a coronet
SoJigUft as holly-boughs.
*'^>ring our gayest, fairest hopes,
^Hth smiling memories spun;
~V?o rich a robe has never shone
barth's proudest King upon.
Webring our truest, childhood faith,
And place it in thy hand;
No jeweled sceptre has such power
To rule on sea or land.
Then stay, O dear St. Nicholas !
Look on thy heaped-up shrine;
Our hearts, our hopes, our memories,
Our trusts, our faith are thine!
There's not in all the calendar
( ?ne saint whose altars shine
With such gay throngs of worshipers,
Su<-h precious gifts, as thine!
[Kinma E. lireirstcr, in St. Xichol"*
lu tlie case of Messrs. D. S. Hen
iersoD, 0. C. Jordan, A. P. Brown
^Stfid D. F. Myer3, of Aiken, arrested
ten days ago, charged with intimida
tion, a preliminary hearing was had
before Commissioner PoinerinColum
bi;!. Mr. Myers was bound over and
the others were released.
.James Mayor, tue Radical s ipervi
sor of elections ut Aiken, caused the
arrest of the abovelawyeis for intim
idation at the late election. He is
!jhe individual who destroyed the
Republican tickets and would not al
?JoaLhjs iel low-Radicals to vote.
About noon yesterday, while the
South Carolina Legislature was vo
ting for Governor Hampton to be
United States Senator, tb-J surgeons
were engaged in amputating his leg
So it was only a part ot thc man
which was only a part of the man
which was made a Senator, but then
it is more desirable that oven a piece
of Hampton should go to the Senate
than the whole body of any ordinary
Governor Hampton, immediately
after his second inauguration, issued
a second proclam?t i on turning the
State Government over to Lieutenant
Governor W. D. Simpson.
There is now practical evidence
that the efforts of the South Carolina
Agricultural Society to encourage
the growth of jule in South Carolina
kare not unavailing. Mr. 1). 0. Haw
ITrn, of Due West, has sent to Char
lton the first bale of Carolina jute,
)wn from seed furnished him. This
ttles the question that jute can be
rown in this State.
The reports from all portions of
je*State show the cotton crop for
?is year to be about two per cent.
:<zev than that of last vear.
XJLLL Persons indebted to us are earn
estly rei i nested to ?.onie forward and set
tle "immediately. Don't put as elf any
louger io the last.
DURISOE & BRO.
THE SEUL If 1
AN H.T.USTRATIOS OF
On Husband Killing,
REV. M. L. WEEMS,
-Life ol' Washington, Life of
PRICE at this Office or by Mail,
post-paid, 25 Cents.
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A MW SERIAL ?TOBY!
A SOUTHERN BLOSSOM.
Savannah Weekly News.
'BY MRS. M. E. MORRISON.
In the WEEKLY NEWS of Septem
ber 21st commenced a new serial story
nf absorbing interest, with the above
title, written by a lady of Savannah.
THE WEEKLY NEWS
Largest and Best Weekly Paper
PUBLISHED IN THE SOUTH.
Each number of eight largo imperial
of closely printed matter. Containing,
besides its Literary, Agricultural and
Military Departments, a weekly ?*oni
pendium of the Telegraphic, Local and
Suite News, together with choice Mis
cellaneous Reading, Political, Commer
cial and General Intelligence.
pgr- Subscription, one year $2; six
months Si. Specimen copies sent free.
J. H. ESTILL,
3 Whitaker St., Savannah, Ga.
October 2, 1878-tf-42
A New and interestin Feature
AliOUT the first of Joly, the Adver
tiser will begin the publication of a series
of Biographical Sketches, giving, in syn
opsis, the lives of many prominent and
distinguished sons, dead and living, of
South Carolina. In connection with
these, there will appear in our columns
each week, a portrait ot the individual
whose life is sketched, d >:ie in the highest
style of modern photographic art. From
the great and good men of the past, such
selections have Leen made as
John C. Calhoun.
Judge A. P. lintier.
Chancellor F. H. Ward
Governors Picken*, fath
er and son.
Gov. P. M. Butler, Colo
nel o?' the Palmetto Regi
Senator Louis T. Wigiall
Gen. Waddy Thompson.
Gen. James Jones.
Edmund Bacon, Esq.,
alias "Ned Brace," of the
Iflajor Jack Jeter.
Hon. Preston Brooks.
Gov. ?. D. Miller.
And others whose names we have not
space to mention just now.
Later we will take up such men as the
Hon. J. P. Carroll.
Gov. M. L. Bonham.
Gen. Abner Perrin.
Gen. M. W. Garv.
Gen. R. G. RI. Dunovant.
Generals Kershaw, Ken
nedy, Logan, Connor, Wal
lace, Mcgowan, Uagood,
Col. Thomas G. Bacon.
Col. Thomas G. Lamar.
Col. Joseph Abney.
Col. W. C. Moraghc.
Speaker Jno. C. Shep
Col. Arthur Simkins.
Gen. Jas. Chcsnut.
Hon. W. 1>. Simpson.
Hon. G. D. Tillman.
Col. Elbert Bland.
Capt. R. W. Tompkins.
Col. Wm. Gregg.
Major Tillman Watsons
Dr. Harwood Burt.
Br. John Lake.
Rev, Joseph Moore, the
anions methodist preach
T of Edgefield's early
Rev. John Trapp.
Rev. James Chiles.
Rev. D. B. Brimson.
Rev. Luther Gwaltney.
Solicitor Jno. R. Abney.
nd others whose names shall occur to
i in the future.
Subscription Price, ??.50, per annum,
advance. Address :
Edgefield, S. C.
HoTD't H? May efe Oo.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Every Description of
CARRIAGES AiSHD BUG G IKS,
PLANTATION ANS L??MBEE WAGONS, I
Harness, Saddles, Trunks, Bags, Valises, Shoe Findings,
Leather of all kinds, Belting, Etc., Carriage Materials, Saddlery, Har
ware, Whips, Umbrellas, Etc.
REPOSITORY AND SALES-ROOMS:
208 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., and i)8 Cherry Street, Macon Cn.
March 27th, 187S- ly-15
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
I offer the finest fitting goods to he
found in the market, at Lower PRICES
than any house in Georgia-quality con
sidered. We have always in stock a full
assortment of FRENCH KID BOOTS of
SUPERIOR M \KE, besides a general
stock of Medium Qualities, which we
offer at BARGAINS. Also a great va
riety of Slippers, Newport Ties, etc., at
A GRAND display of PRIME MADE
BUTTON BOOTS, for Dress and School
Wear, at Lowest Wholesale figures. Also
offer Bargains in Boys', Misses' and
Children's Goods to attract Ibo Family
Trade of Georgia and Sooth Carolina.
Of every grade and style, from tho com
mon to the finest-New York Work-at
the Cheapest Possible Prices.
EMBRACES a WARR \NTED STOCK
of FASHIONABLE SHOES. HOOTS
and GAITERS, made especially for Re
tail equal to any Custom Work, at hali
its cost. Besides, a largo assort 111 entTJl
Medium Grades, for working people;
About 200 eases of tho above named
work new on Sale. Polite attention and
striet?y Eair Dealing for all.
Jar,. 30,1878. ly?]
PETER KEENAN, -
Opposite Kew Monument,
CENTRAL HOTEL BLOCK, AUGUSTA, GA/JIL
ALFRED BAKER, PRESIDENT.
J. S. BEAN,^ TX., TREASUflTBB
THE AUGUSTA SAW INSTIIM, -
?48 BROAD STREET, - AUGUSTA, ?A.
\ Interest Paid on Deposits. -
CHARTERED expressly in the interests of the laboring and advancing people.
Regular depositors share in the profits of the Institution, ami are privileged
to draw their money every six months, or interest is credited to principal and com
pounded. Special arrangements made with parries wishing to lcavo .money with
us 30 days or longer. Bonds, Stocks and Securities bought and sold. Wc will bc
glad to correspond with all parties desiring information. ?
Augusta, Ga., May 30, 1S76. ifc?jj.
S. E. BOWERS, Sr.
PURCHASER AND SELLER OF COTTON,
Cor. Reynolds and McIntosh Sts,
OFFERS his services to his friends, confidently hoping from his long experience
in tho Cotton trade, to oller inducements for pationage unsurpassed by foy
one. Cotton purchased by himself stored free ol' charge, for one month, and
afterwards 25c storage per month and 50c, for selling. 9
Libera! Advances made upon Cotton in .store. Sep 18--"iin-40
B. B. HUGHES.
TRENTON, S. C.
Has just opened a Select Stock of
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, SHOES and BOOTS,
HATS, CAPS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, ETC.
Philadelphia HAND MADE SHOES,
BACON, LARD, HAMS, FLOUR, ME \L, RICE, SUGAR,
MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA, SOAP, STARCH,
CANNED GOODS, HARDWARE, TIN WARE.
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, CIG \RS, &c, &c,
IOGET1IER WITH A CHOICE LOT OF
LIQUORS, "WinSTES, BEER, CIDEE,
And everything else in the way of a good drink.
B?~ I am paying Highest Prices for Cotton and am selling my entre
stock at Bottom Prices.
ISa^?ii?^ mid Tit's always on hand.
iQf I invite my friends to call and examino my Goods before purchas
ing elsewhere as I I--now I can suit them in Goods -?nd. Prices.
Feb. 6,1878. lyS)
B. B. ?5 SASSES.
L. E. WOOD,
Cotton Factor and Gen'l Com'n Merchant,
Fire-Proof Ware-House, cor. McIntosh cc Reynolds Sts., Augusta, Ga.
CONSIGNMENTS nf all kinds Country Produce solicited. Liberal cash advan
ces made on consignments in store. 8m-40
Omer Broad and M ashil jrfoi: Sis., Augusta, 6a<
Rates of Board, $2 00 per Day.
W. M. MOORE. Prop'rl
Fall and Winter Goods
J. P. WEATHEBSBEE'S
Broad Street, Augusta, Cia.
IHAVE Just returned from tho Northern Marketa and can oller my friend?
almost an entire new Stock f Goods, as my stock hat! been very much reduced
bofore making my Fall and Winter purchase. I respectfully invite my friends to
call and 6oe tho good- and hear the very low prices before buying fllsowliore.
Having a Combination If .?iiso Three (3) in one, I am able to show my friends al
most any article in First Class Dry Goods and Notions, Hats, shoes, Men's ?t Boys'
Clothing. Carnets, Door Rugs, Door Mats and Mattings, Window shades, etc., with
a full stock of Choice Family Groeeries. My stock is well selected, completo and
will be kept full by fresh arrivals every wcuk.
t&- Do not forget the lYfew Place of Busiue**,
and 351 between the Planters Hotel and the Unner
Jan. 30, 1878. ly/] J. P. WEATHERSBEE.
AUGUSTA HAS IT AT LAST.
TI1E CHEAPEST, EAR ii EST A fl? 82 A ?\ EP^OJl EST
SOUTH OF BALTIMORE.
"JK9JP, Bi .-a BS tn HJSV fi A. ll JV SB t% ll UV K?9 ?
ERY, CHIi\A, ia'LASSW.alSSC ANO S
SE-FUR^?SHE^^ S T O R E ^
SOUTH OF BAB/5 EJIOKE. J
E. D. SMYTHE & Gb.,
358 Broad Street,
The Champion Crockery Dealers, rcspecll'iilily ox
tend a cordial invitation to the citizens ot' i'.tf?viiv?tl
Court lionne, and surrounding* countB*y, to <*maiBBC
their Goods which they will find iBinrked iB?/B I>fia i II
ligures at astonashing:I y low I>B*??
Nov. 1", 1878- 2m-48
JOS ir. DAY
SAM'L TANNA II I LL
SAM'L H. SIBLEY
Carriages, Wagons, Harness, mid Saddlery, and
Wholesale Healers in Carriage and Wagon Material,
Leather, Shoe Findings, Belting, Packing, &c.
Thc atttention of consumers is csllctl to our full assortment of Goods in all thc
ahove branches, which we have now in stock* of tho best Manufacture and Quality,
and at prices lower than heretofore abtained for inferior goods. Our aim is to
improve the standard of excellence in every department and to sell nothing which
we cannot fully guarantee, and at lower prices. Wo arc now offering-Ono Horse
Plantation Wagons best timber-?10 00-Two Horse Thimble skein light best
timber-?00.00. Two Horse Wood or Iron Axle, ?00.00. Two, Four and Six Horse
Wagon now known to save your Stock, your temper and your, money. Axles
never broken, never strung, muer ont of set, always run light and carry as much
KS your team can pull. TOP and No TOP BUGGIES, Extension Top" four seat
Rockaways very chev.p Platform spring wagons, two and titree spring Democrat
Wagons, Childrens' Carriages in great variety &&, &c.
October 23, 1878-ly 13
DAY, TAHAMLL & CO.,
206 BROAD STREET. AUGUSTA, GA.
fs Now receiving his usual handsome Steel; ".......?.-iii % ,.|
FINE LADIES' and GENTS' GOLD .ml M I.Y Ki! WATCH KS,
LADIES* C11 AI NS in LEONTIN ES, C ii A T E LA IN KS, Oj . ras and
Guards, Gents' Solid Vc-st Chains.
Necklaces bf the latest and most elaborate design?. Sets for Kates'
.ind Misses'-entirely new patterns. Rings for Lilies' HIM! Gents' in end
less varieties, from the handsomest Dla mon- to plain IS kr.
Lockets, Pendants. Lace and Shawl Pins. ;.!? handsome. Sterling Sil
verware of the best mike. Triple-Plated Goods.of the World Renowned
House of Reed ct Barton. Clocks of every variety and Fine Fancy Goods.
Come and examiue my stork. I keep first class Goods only.
N. B.-Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted.
SQf " GANTEL?INES '-Something entirely new.
September ISth, 1878 -ly-40
WHOLESALE G It O C E It s ,
ENT FLOUR M
Standard Brands Flour:
FANCY FAMILY, DOUBLE EXTRA, EXTRA FAMILY, SUPERFINE
Our Flour made by the new mor .. ha* no equal. We have constantly
on hand fresh ground
BOLTED MEAL. PEARL GRITS, STOCK M EAL, WHEAT BRAN,
FINE FEED, WHEATEN GRITS, GR MI A M FLOUR.
Send for Price List and New Process Circular. (lyS
ef WAGON FACTO!
M?S ?ii? ^^113??^SSS?^??SC^1K
?ti 5 LD ER
WiWtasO VIT y
OWING tn the low price of Cotton, 1 have dettrii?iued to make a reduction 01
five percent, (iii prices of Wagons and Hames* for the next Ninety daws.
Have a lull stock of Wagons of a!l kinds, anda few nice Buggies on hand/which
will he sold low for the cish. Send for price list.
J. I?. LOW REY, Proprietor,
Corner Campbell and Ellis Streets. AuoosT?, GA.
Fob. o', tfd
WHOLESALE ANO RKTAIL DKALKK IX
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC
EXCELSIOR COOK-HOT BLAST,'
Superior beyond comparison ? any other high-hearth stove in the market.
It has Largo*Single Oven Doors, nrlisticallyd .-signed, lined with tin and titted
with bright turn buckles; largo hot-b!ai lire door, swinging hearth plate, and deep
ashpit with Spears's Patent Baled A sh Pan and sitting grate.
The oven is large, and the lines of unusual size, and so arranged as to be eas
?Iv kept clean. ? ,
* Ii has a large top, provided with Mnnigle's Pat?'iit Gas-burning Long Divis
ion Piece, the best cross-piece in use. Alli o mouldings of the stove are he?vy;
.uid its design ?.nd ornamentation will satisfy the most critical tiste.
Fo? Woon tho stove is titted with a Patent Combined Wood ??rate anil
Eire Dog, an entirely new arrangement, and the most durable wood grate in usc
KO UR SIZES.
G inch, $22.00. T inch, $27 00. S inch, ?32.00. 9 inch. ?34.00
SST Call and Sec it, or Semi for Circular before purchasing elsewhere.
Small Cooking Stoves $12.00 mid 15,00.
For Salo by
Wi L RELPH,
Mardi 1st, 15*78.
2 G." Rrnnd Street, AUGUSTA, GA,
FLANTATiOiN STEAM ENGINES,
CAM: MIL S, AH sizes, SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
FLOUR MILLS, HORSE POWERS,
THRESHING MACHINES. PUMPS. IRON RULING,
WATER WHEELS. GIN GEARING, all.SiV.es.
Having Boughton! Mr. Geo. Cooper, his Ohl Patrons c'a iv oe
Furnished with Duplicates and Repairs ?heap.
Smith's Celebrated Cotton Presses, for Hand, Horse or
Water Power. ^
r.?- REPAIRING done at very LOW PRICES. - . .< -
Mareil ?27lh. 1878-ly-15
AUGUSTA CROCKERY HOUSE
IMPORTER AND JOBBER "OF
And House Furnishing^ Goods. : i;"
No 207 Broad Street, 2 doors below V. Richards & Bios.
Nov. M, ?878-2m--l8 . . , ,. .
; - . "..f. ". v,
) .? ; :V ?.?...
Tren ton/S- C
- ' ..SU??.* OCiS-j
HAS JUST OPENED for. the dall trade a full line of first class-goods! n
everv department, consisting in part ol' ? _ - . ? ?
\?y?* ?wt.I; t ? i * 2?ii? -?5 XQY&r?
SADDLES, BRIDEES,- _ SADDLE BLANKETS,
HARNESS, HARDWARE, " TIN, BUCKETS,
SPADES, SHOVELS, FORKS, CANN^?'G?^Sst" 'LAMPS,:
LAMP CHIMNEYS, .TOBAC?O,""' CIGARS,
I ll -c H
GROCERIES, BAGGING', . TIES,
Mt . ' V-.*/. i- '.?fe '.-.-..! 3 .
BOOTS AXD SHOES." . j ? ff
Ladies'afyljOentlcmenVKinc ?lipes a speeialty.
Agent for Oyster Shell Limo. 'Also agent for ?he Celeb raten IXL Cc lt m
Oin. Jp?r- Persons going oil' on the trains,can have tflffruonfts well taken et re >f
at m j' stables at moderate charges. -'J 8 ^?fxnUl ,9.v*X?M)U? 2 ar i',
23?" HIGHEST PRICE PAID F0? COTTON !
J*ttJ *4?f i 'J .?
May 8, ly-21
S. T. HUGHES,
TRENTON, S. C.
ADOPTED THE MOTTO, il
w[E HAYE endeavored to advaiuv,'rind wc- h?'?e d??e'it. .
We teep th? beet WHISKEY, W.fNESYnd Ll?TOBS.VoLd-and"i. :f
not for tho Purpose bf increasing our trade, but to^c.irry-ottt the- Gold-n
Hule, "Do to other's ni you would have other? do to y on-. .. .' "*' '.
To our old cus tom?is and the piij?lic generally w'e* hive.only t*iV*/t^av-* ..
that you shall have one hundred cents on the dollar fer ail you ^Sd.^yitn*''
Edgefield, S. C., Jan..30, IS73. . ' w*-...-tf20 ~
O. M. STONE &^D;;^ugust^H,
G EXE RA L "AG EXTS -POR
Gullett's Improved Ilq-lit Draft. Coitos by>:I^D.
Gullett, the -pate I ec, ) -".FAR M ENGrl N-E9. every style dor
Threshing, . Gir.fifoig] etc., Large; Engines; Savr .Miljs,' Grain
Separators, Threshers. Cotton Presses, "?orn and Wheat Mills,
with fixtures, etc. . ! ^ . ^ ; .. , , ? >J??
Prices' Low.! ^Ter^t^.^lSera^ !
Every Machine warranted as represented.
EiP Circulars and estimates tonislied'o'rr'auijlieation.
iii ? 4. - . * * ' * ?*.
i / I; rncc . * '"...*.*
0/ M.; STONE &QO;r;. '
: jpftw s
.. (r R A N ? T K' V hf L am ? ?PK
i -r r.
i . ? <-i"'*vJ..,
1][AS on hand, and receives ?Vily, Js&x
GKOCERIES, DRY 'GOOJ^)AT$&*?^IQ$S
I am determinfh^^Vke^p^e^ -hui, ?he be^i l?rrfn<i?, ami :eli,them a
prices to suit the-,h^rd4rir.iei.T./ J:V...--y. " ^ .'* r--.- <^;
I sell the''best brands of
M Y WAQQN YARD ie invgood ordeivatij; free .t^?h^ T^iic. All "I
* \ j;, <,Uat yoatf:Ul.a?i^^H?e4mv.Goo.ds.
.V,:*C.: ;'""?fa^tevil?e.; S. C.
;Ix ^ 'vJ
C inning ^ii^rhrOSy Co-1 ?on .rScrevw. Belting
.?^FROM-' ; Hi
. m FENWICK ST., (neVr Water Toweft'?-tWs.tX, GEORGIA.
s- ??"'"i?!* . Maujjf?tfiinm andDealei-s in
U;*??>. . ?JU: ...^. .
Portable anr?-^ationnry-feifc^a in En pj 11 o - ,
WATERWHEELS. Saw, Grist and *F!our fflfffT^^h?ngs and ti - iiin
..i? '. ^y- Ca^trifgs in Iron anil Brass-oT ali-kinds.
Spec j.*ir'4^A.i? ty ni ion Ziivyji^ to ?Scg>;i?ritig ?fSacIv?nes y.
.?^..^S^lNof^-Ca}^^^,^ of- G)?>in*Tg.^<Se,eojid hand Machinery
l)0U'oht utid S?T'l*. 'We'usa Wrorr-^ht-Ivan joVrn*fe^^?r Cant- Milla. Iv -16
?20,000 LADIES' -mo (UI?LPU?t^r-HA^a?*f?*(WnVs
t?$p)'Mw and ChihlrenV-Hat^WiM ':' "
.' Oases Trimmed Sailer Hats al*5*dr
?5 30? Leghorn Hats-Cheaper fch&Mftfeg. .r
. '.? S-OOpSprays Floger? at oe, 10?:, J.5c. 'JOc. ^.^35^.^
'. .'?O^Jit?toh's Fjt\e,.Fea4h.e.r. and F?^*h Flower-VVrea: lis. - ; ..
' 1.25U Fine'-chat Ornaments ttl 10c. each.. g-? j ,.
2 Cnspp Palmetto F;'.ti!? nt lie. - adi..,
1,150 Eleven inch Folding Jap.:nose. Fans al- .*>.;..euch.
l.llOO Fine Japanese Fant- at. 10c. MU? 15e.t \voitlf;L'?j. r.nd ?Co.
500 .S-'i't Fan Girdles and Skirt Lifte:.?-ail coleus--rit- 25$
.-r*":t':?~.- ' .?.
v Ohr Stock of -Corsets; Enrp???tlVnesApd L-ices is complete and down
io^Tt?M PRICE*. . .' .'. 1 . -, : .
. .^7;L^0?#& Qcoquet, ?t ?W&^^li.'?O, $2 and-$3.50, at.
??^H ""Jt?. ?RXJlfP'S,
' May 20th; lSTS-ly-2-i'-^ .,?.'520. BRI?AD STREET, Aflgnsta, ?a.