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Jas. T. Bacon. Thos.J.Adams.
E. KEE5E, Corresponding Editor.
Edffefield, S. C., Sept. 4, 1879.
SCHURZ ON THE PRESIDENCY.
Carl Schurz, says the Wilmington Star,
has been talking freely abouttho Repub
lican nominee for President. He is for
Sherman against the field. He will op
pose Grant if he is nominated. He would
not oppose Blaine.g bnt he wonld not
support him. He is against any man
who favors Grant. He did not once fan
cy Sherman, but he knows him better
now, and believes him to be the man to
squelch Grantism. We give the follow
ing bit of history as it appears in the
- Washington letter to the Baltimore Sup
It represents Schurz as saying :
" When he and Evarts made it the ul
timatum of their remaining in the Cabi
net that Packard in Louisiana and Cham
beria!1) in South Carolina should be al
lowed to go by the board, and that mili
t*ry Interference in the local affairs of
the Sothern States should cease, ht)
iSchurz) expected to encounter a bitter
hostility from Sherman in the Cabinet
meetings, but to his astonishment he
found that Sherman agreed with him
fully. This gave a majority of the Cabi
net oyer to the peace and conciliation
policy, and made it an easy matter to
bring over Messrs. Devons, Thompson
and McCrary, so as to have the Admin
istration act with unanimity. After the
downfall of Packard and Chamberlain,
Sherman continued as the strong sup
porter of all the President's conservative
measures. He never once flinched, and
when he followed up the Packard and
Chamberlain business with his fight
asr-dnst Conkling and the New York
Custom House ring, Secretary Schurz
saya he concluded that here was the man
for the Republicau emergency-the
emergency being tho killing oft" of the
Grant 'boom ' "
He does not knew that Sherman will
be nominated, but he will prevent Grant
fr >m being the choice. The Grant men,
ou the other hand, say that his declina
ture amounts to nothing. The Surfs let
ter says :
"They say that Sherman's candidacy
only helps Grant, for the reason that the
more candidates there are with some po
sitive strength the more complicated will
the opposition to Grant become, and the
result will inevitably be that Grant will
have to be taken as a last resort, just as
Hayes had to be taken at Cincinnati.
. Schurz's threat that he will not support
Grant if nominated causes a very bitter
. feeling among the General's friends, and
they swear vengeance should they be
thwarted in their purpose."
If Sherman should kill off Grant he
will do a good deed doubtless. But is
Sherman a much better mau than Grant?
- He has a very ugly record. Who will
kill off Sherman? He will do a goo>i
deed that should not die tongueless.
SENATOR VOORHEES ON THE
Senator Voorhees is for Hendricks for
President. He predicts the certain norn
ination of the favorite son of Indiana.
He says Ewing will be elected in Ohio.
He is of the opinion that John Sherman
will be the Republican nominee. He
say-J he knows that Grant does not desire
the nomination, and is not a candidate.
? Of Gen. Hancock he has words of high
praise. He says :
"Hancock and David Davis would
make a powerful ticket The former
can carry Pe nsylvaiiia and the latter
Illinois. Judge Davis is a magnificent,
brainy man, and he is with us now heart
and soul on all the great questions af
fecting the country."
CONKLING'S CHANCES FOR THE
The well informed New York corres
pondent of the Philadelphia Ledger
writes that the Conkling set are disturb
ed because Hayes and Shermaiiare bo?th
to be at tho Indiana State Fair. They
want Conkling to enter tho Ohio canvass,
and thus increase his capital stock. '1 he
fact of Grant's unwillingness to become
a candidate add to their embarrassment.*.
The correspondent siys :
"As long as General Grant's candida
ture was a possibility, it seemed hardly
worth an effort on the part of any one
else to place himself in competition with
it ; but now that there is no such possi
bility the conditions are materially
changed. There is an inducement to go
to work now with some chance of suc
cess. If Sherman were out of the way.
Mr Conkling's friends believe he could
walk over the course."
A Parifljoorrespondent calls a'tention
to the fact, which American ladies seem
slow at comprehending, thal to be iu the
fashion now means to he distinctively
one's self in dress, and not as heretofore,
a copy of some one else. Tho change
makes it possible for all ladies to dress
becomingly, which was impossible un
der the old system.-Xew York Herald.
DEVTH OF GENERAL 1100?.
A NOBLE SOUL DEFAR FED.
Sad Condition of His Children.
NEW ORLEANS, August 30.-Gen
eral J. B. Hood died at lour o'clock
this morning It is believed that bl*
danghter Lydia ?ill not recover.
Edith is also very sick.
Sketch of His Career.
Juhu Bell Hood was born at Ow
ioftSVille, Bath county, Ky., June 29,
1831; graduated Lom the United
States Military Academy at Wt si
Point and appointed brevet second
lieutenant of infantry July, 1853;
transferred to the cavalry as second
lieutenant 1855, and promoted to be
first lieutenant 1858. Tl9 was main
ly engaged in frontier service in Tex
as until 1859. He wasseverely wound?
ed in an encounter with the Lipan
and Comanche Indians July 20, 1857,
and waa on leave of ah-ence in 1800
He resigned bis commi>sion April 16,
18G1, and entered the Confederate
army, setving in every position from
first lieutenant to that of command
er-in-chief of an army, with the rank
of Lieutenant-General. Ile took part
in the Chickahominy campaign, and
subsequently fought at the second
battle of Manr~ .a8, Sharpsburg and
Fredericksburg. At Gettysburg, where
he commanded a division of Long
street's corps, he lost pn arm on the
second day of the battle. Rejoining
the corps when it was sent to Georgia,
he was at the battle of Chickamauga,
where he lost a leg and was made a
Lieutenant General. Hesubsequent
ly commanded a corp? in the army ot
Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, whom he suc
ceeded in July, 1SG4, and was there
after in command of the Confederate
army in its operations against Gen.
Sherman. After the evacuation ot
Atlanta he marched westward aud
fought the sanguinary bat tie of Frank
lin,''Tennessee Soon alter, anohter
battle was fought, nearNa-'hville, De
cember 15-IG, 1SG4, anda short time
after was succeeded by Gen. Dick
Taylor. Since the war he has lived
in New Orleans, principally engaged
in insurance business. Gen. Hood
was a brave and able officer, but was
not the equal in generalship and ex
ecutive ability of General Johnston.
Beautiful ^ases and Bouquet Holders,
.PENN'S DRVO STORE.
For the Advertiser.
LET US AWAKE TO THE SUBJECT
Editors of the Edgefield Advertiser :
As you are interested in tho public
roads, and travel over them occasionally
in picnic season, perhaps you might like
to hear the condition they are in, which
I tell you is a very bad one. A reliable
gentleman who lives a few miles South
of Ninety-Six, said to me it would not
hurta buggy any worse to run itdown the
steps of a bouse, than it would to run it
over some places in the roads. I have
also beard bad reports as to how the
roads have been worked in the Moun
tain Creek section of County. The Com
missioners ordered all overseers to warn
out their bands and put the public roads
in good fix, if it took the full number of
days required by law to work them.
Have the overseers obeyed the order as
to working the roads well ? No, not one
in ten ! The Commissioners ought to
make overseers know what it is to obey
orders, and overseers ought (jo mAke
road hands know what orders really
mean. If overseers fail to obey orders,
the Commissioners ought to, without
fear, favor or affection, report them, and
have them fined according io law. And
just such Commissioners is what Edge
liold County ought to have. And then
we would begin to have better roads ;
and when Commissioners or any other
officers fail to do their duty, then it's the
people duty to turn them out, and put
new ones in their places. There is a
great complaint about not having picks
and shovels to work the roads with,
which I think is a just one. Why don't
the Commissioners furnish these; why
not levy a tax sufficient to get such tools?
Five or ten cents from each taxpayer in
the County, I think, would certainly
pay for them, and nolwdy would be
hurt. The most of the overseers and
hands, I think, have come to the conclu
sion that it does not matter mueh wheth
er they work the roads or not. If they
only walk over the road, brush it a little,
and flinn a little dirt in the worst places,
it's all right. What is the matter with
the people of Edgeiield ; have they lost
ali their public spirit and enterprise?
There is a song a great many overseers
aud thoir hands have been singing for
the last ten years. It runs pretty much
thus: The overseers, when they meet to
work in the spring say, " men, it's too
busy a time to do much to the road now;
wo have too much plowing to do at
home; corn and cotton don't grow in the
big roads; but when we lay by our
crops, we'll meet again in August, and
then we will fix the roads all right."
And when they meet to give the road
that good August working, they have
another song to sing which is ''men, the
protracted meetings commence on Sat
urday, and it will take a day or two lo
lix for them, and when they are over, wo
will have fodder to pull, so we'll have to
give the road a light brushing over
again." And oh ! hew heartily the bunds
sing this song, and clap (heit hands for
joy, and say, " we'vo got mighty g- ixl
overseers ; what a parcel of clever fol
lows they are !" And the Commission
ers to whom we look to have tho roads
worked, it seems, have been sitting un
der the sound of those sweet songs until
they have fallen into the same strain, all
agreeing and getting a long together
Our Democratic Commissioners de
serve credit for the economy they have
used in building bridges and taking cale
of the people's money ; but what credit
they deserve for having thc public high
ways worked, I leave for the people who
travel over the roads to judge.
G. VOLGEK, OF AUGUSTA.
This is one of the best Liquor and To
bacco houses in the whole Souih, and has
reached its present point of excelletu-e Ly
a ?trtct adherence to sound business prin
ciples. Verger's stock is ul*vaya full, and,
being selected with great'eare, invariably
affords satisfaction lo those who patronize
the house. Read Volger's card in another
column, and note his array of domestic and
imported Beers. And note also the fad
that he makes the sale o! Mineral Waten
a specialty. Of course .is regards all sta
ple Wines and Liquors, Volger i" em
phatically in the front rank. " Prices
lower than the lowest for cash.''
BURDELL Ai MOOD, ? Ot TON
Very soon our planters will t?-gin to
ship or haul their cotton to Augusta. And
not only cotton, but other produce. And
in all that fair city they can lind no belier
men to handle such codon and produ e
than Buidell <& Wood, corner Mclntoh
and Reyi.olds Streets. Com mis-ion for
selling, 90 cents per bale. Buidell &
Wood honor the Advertiser this week
with a n'.-w card, which we hope none of
our planting public will overlook.
CHIMING IN WITH THE CK Y OF
CHEAP HOOTS ANO SHOES.
In this week's Adral, ,er, Mulheiin, ol
August*, chimes in with the cty of cheap
Boots. Shoes and Hals. And still Mal
her?a'? goods are always of the veri/ best
Mulherin has been in the shoe business for
a long time. Indeed he has been localed
in his present stand for several y< ats. He
guarantees .-alisfaction in price and quali
ty to all customers, and he will always be
glad to see the many old Iv igt field friends
lo whom he has for years past sold good
boots and shoes. And he would bi equal
ly glad to free young peopie who have not
known him before. And if they ever know
him, they will cling to him forever. That's
what wc say. When you go to Augusta,
be sure to visit Mulherin, crowned with
years of good deeds and hones', dealing.
A NEW FlRM OF EOGEFIELO M EN
A new firm of Edgefield men in Au
gusta-good men and true. We allude
to Dr. H. D Hudson & Mr. G. H. Bm ton
-" Heck." Both of them have been in
the grocery business for years ; arni now
they join teams and add the commission
or cotton-buying feature to their under
taking. In another column they speak
fjr themselves. We Leg for their card
special and universal attention. Let
Elgefield hang to Edgefield, whether at
home or abroad, whether on this side the
Savannah or beyond. Hudson it Dui ton
are opposite the Augusta Hotel.
THE PALMETTO YEOMAN.
Columbia bas now a daily evening pa
per, and a very sprightly and intelligent,
one. It is called the Palmetto Yeoman,
and is published by Mr. C. M. McJunkin,
formerly owner of the Biptist Herald.
and of other papers from time lo time.
Mr. McJunkin is a practical printer ol'
great skill and a newspaper man of wide
experience. The Palmetto Yeoman is
published at the low price of $1 a year;
40 cents a month ! and 10 cents a Week.
How to Get Slick.
Exposo yoursolf day and night, eat too
much without exercise; work loo hard
without rest; doctor all the tune; take
all the vile nostrums ady?rti?e(1 : and
then you will want to know
How to get well.
Which is answered in tbreo words--Take
Hop Bitters! See other column. lit
TBE HAMPTON GUARDIAN.
Our friend Mcsweeney, who, for a cou
ple of years, issued so fine and popular a
paper at Ninety-Six, now lifts up his use
ful voice and wields his manly right arm
in the low country. The Guardian now
comes to us from the new town of Hamp
ton, the capital cf the new county, on
the Augusta and Port Royal Railroad. And
the Guardian of the low country is not a
whit behind the Guardian of the up
country, which is saying a great deal. Our
heart is with our friend in his new field,
and we wish him fair sai ling and unbounded
THE LAW VOll MURDERERS.
" Every departure from the good
Bible law of capital punishment has
been followed by a fearful increase in
the number of murders and of other
crimes," and in every State where
the death penalty has been abolished
there is a growing public sentiment
in favor of the re-enactment of the
law. There is no safety without it
and the p.isons are full of those
whose hands are red wPh the blood
of their neighbors In Kentucky ''it
is urged that it would be better to
hang convicts than to imprison them
for 1'Te," and the Georgia legislature
are considering two very important
measures-to expedite the trial of
murderers und to repeal the "Alston
Law," which piovided that juries
should decide whether a murderer
should be confined in the penitentia
ry or hung. In all the other States
where a mistaken humanity has pro
vided for the immunity of the priso
ner lather than the safety of society
there is a movement to make murder
and all the graver crimes punishable
by death. It may not be in accord
with the mercilul tendencies of the
age but why redhanded assaseins
should be treated with more consid
eration than their poor victims is a
question that has never been satisfac
torily answered. Of late years there
has been entirely too much tender
ness for criminals and these efforts tc
rebuild the gallows are a step in the
right direction. The law has been
an insufficient protection for society
an?1 through corrupt courts, hall
hearted prosecutions and money-mak
ing executives murder ha; been made
a kind of inhuman pastime. If more
men were hung there would be less
necessity for lynch law and fewer
murderers. Capital punishment has
the highest possible endorsement-it
is right and proper and effective. No
other method has ever filled its place.
It is a sickly sentimentality that
would make the protection of thieves
and cut throats more sacred than the
purity and well being of society.
Is lt Possible
That a remedy made of such common,
simple plan ts as Hops, Buchu, Mandrake,
Dandelion, (fcc., make so many and such
marvelous and wonderful cures as Hop
Bittora do? It must be, for when old and
young, rich and poor, Pastor and Doc
tor, ? .a wy er and Editor, all testify to
having been cured by thom, we must
belie e and doubt do longer. See other
A FOUL CRIME COMMITTED !
We learn that Alexander Bryce,
Jr., who resided nine miles from Wal
halla, in the Northwest portion of the
County, was shot and instantly killed
on Mouday night last. The follow
ing aie the particulars as we leam
them from those who were present
at the inquest :
On Monday uight Bryce waa at
Jo. uu P. Cox H, nrnr bi? own place.
A bout an hour alter dark Cox and
Bryce started to I be house of tbe lat
re.. Un the way, when in about fil
ly or sixty yards ol' Bryce's bouse,
they were accosted by two persons,
one of whom enquired of Cox who
were pres-nt. Cox replied, himself
a'id Bryce. One of the men then
immediately fired at Bryce. Three
shots were fired al together, two of
which would have proved fatal. At
i.he third fire Bryce lell ?ml expired
The rerpttrators of this ion! clime
.ire unknown. The cause which led
to it. is supposed lo Le ol a local na
ture. No political significance can
be attached lo this uiih rt limite ?>?fair.
The jury of inquest returned as
their verdict th it the deceased came
to hi deal li from th? effects of gun
shot wounds, ii flicf-d by pet?008 to
them unknown.- Kcotvec ( nui irr.
MARRIED, at the Baptist Church, in
Greenwood, S. C., by Rev. .7. S. Jordon,
Prof. A. S. T< >WN los, Greenville Female
College, nm! Miss ELLA MuKELLAR,
daughter of Maj. P. McKellai, of Green
Mason Si Hamlin Organs. Endorsed by
over 100,000 delighted purchaser*.
Not lowest priced, poorest ami dearest.
Mut highest priced, best and cheapest.
Cost hut little more than inferior organs.
(Jive live times the sa infection. lAst
twice as loni;. Victors at all world's ex
hibitions. Acknowledged bent l?y all dis
interested ami competent musicians
Solid (ant*, indisputable, mich as no oth
er organ maker in tho world issn xubxtan
tinte, (?hoions nows for purchasers.
annul introduction Sate. New Styles.
New Prices, 6 Stop?, Elegant Case $80;
Superb Milror Tup Caw ic Sto]>.\, only
Sino. 15 days trial. Freight paid both
ways if Organ don't suit. Sold on easy
terms. Rented until paid for. Deliver
ed anywhere in Hie South for ?1 extra.
For full particulars, address Lodden it
Bates, Savannah, tia., Managers Whole
sale Southern Depot /Vices tatne as at
Factory. Sept. S, 4t
To all who are suffering from tho er
rors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
?Sc., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, PR RB OF CHARGE. This great reme
dy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to tho Rev. JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, New York City.
A Few Store!
I sell Liquors of every kind ; likewise
WINK and BEER; also SNUFF, CL
OAKS ami TOBACCO. Canned goods
and all sor Us ol' Fancy Groceries. Prices
G. IV. Il ATC ll KR,
ii R A N IT EV ILLR, S. C.
Sept. I, lS7!i-ly :i!>
lt. II. SULLIVAN desires tn call the
attention of his friends lo thu fact that
Im is now located nt J. B. WHITE ?ft
CO S., tho leading Dry Goods house of
the South, where he will be hap
py to serve his old friends and customers.
With an experience of thirty-five years
and the advantages offered by this house,
he fe? ls confident of giving entire satis
faction to all who may favor him with a
Augusta, Ga., Aug. 20-41 37
EDOEFIKLD, C. H." S. C., Sept. 1, 1879.
THE Treasurer's Books will be opeu
for the collection of Taxes at the fol
lowing places on days named from ii
o'clock, A. M. until 5 o'clock P. M.
At Edgefield C. H. From Monday
Sept. 15tb, to Saturday Sept. 27th.
Holder's Store, Monday Sept. 29th.
Landrnm's Store, Tuesday Sept. 30th.
Trenton, Wednesday Oct. 1st.
Johnston, Thursday Oct. 2nd.
Caughman's Store Friday Oct 3rd.
Ridge Spring, Saturday Oct. 4th.
Edgefield C. H from Monday 0<^.?th
to Saturday Oct 11th.
Mt. Willing, Monday Oct. 13th.
Coleman's X Roads, Tuesday Oct. 14th.
Richards?!)ville. Wednesday Oct I5th.
Haitiwanger's, Thursday Ont. lGth. ^
Durst's Store, Friday Oct. 17th. *^
Meeting Street, Saturday Oct. 18th.
Cheatham's, Monday Oct. 20th
Talbert's Store, Tuesday Oct. 2?st.
Liberty Hill, Wednesday Oct. 22nd.
Whit? House, Thursday Oct. 2*rd.
Meriwether's School House Friday Oct.
Red F?ll, Saturday Oct. 25th.
Edgetield C. H. from Monday Oct. 27th
to Friday Oct. 31st. After which jen .
altios will attach.
Taxpayers will take notice that I make
my appointments to go around -UaS^?IT.
as my time will permit, and the books
will bo open only live days after my re
turn to Edgetield C. H
B. E. NICHOLSON.
Sept 3, 4t-1879.
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
Kl bert Dorn, Plaintiff*, vs. Oliver Dom,
Jarnos Dorn, George W. Dorn, Sarah
Brown, Martha Vowell, Edward Por
menter and Oliver Per mentor,^ De
fendants.-Summon for Helle/
TO the Defendants, Oliver Dorn, James
Dorn, Geo. W. Dorn, Sarah llrown,
Martha Vowell, Edward Fermenter and
Oliver Per in en ter.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer complaint in this action,
which was bled in the ollice of tho Clerk
of Common Pleas, for the said County,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on tho subscriber at, his
office at Edgefield C. H., S C., within
twenty days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such service; and
if yon fail to answer the complaint within
tho time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Edgefield S. C.. August20th Hil?.
J. L. ADDISON,
0. F. Cheatham. ?Seal.]
Clerk C. C. Pleas.
To the Deft ndauts, Sarah Brown, Mar
tha ' Vowell, Edward Fermenter and
Oliver Fermenter. Take notice that tho
Petition iu the above stated causo was
filed in the office of tho Clerk of ihe
Court of Common Pleas for Edg- field
C ninty, and State aforesaid, on tho *?0th
4 J. J- ?vP-DIS?^fr- .
Sept. 4, 1879-61 SD I
AT the old stand in Graniteville for the
salo of WINES, BRANDIES, WHIS
KIES and BEER of all grades on
draught and in bottles Also T( >R ACCO
SNUFF and CIGARS. Give me amil.
A. P. PADGETT,
GR A ?Ml TEY'ILLE, S. C.
Sept, 4-ty 39
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR. ]
EDOEFIKLD C. H., S. C., Sept. 1, J879. j
IN obedience to the recommendation
of the Hon. Johnson Hagood, Comp.
General, I hereby order the Chairman
of the various Township Board, of
Equalization of this County, who Com
pose the County Boards to assemble al
my office at Edgefield C. H., at 10 o'clock.
A.. M , on Wednesday the loth day of
B. PERRY, A. E. C.
Sept, 4-lt 39
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Diseases of tte Throat ana Lungs.
_ - Diseases
are so prevalen*?d
fatal, that a .safe iuYl
reliable remedy for
them is invaluable
to every community.
PECTORAL is such a
remedy, and no
other so eminently
merits the confi
dence of tho public.
It is a scientific com
bination of thc medi
cinal principles ami
curative virtues of
tho finest dr ups,
PECTORAL, chemically united,
to insure tho great
est possible efficiency and uniformity o? re
sults, which enables physicians as well as
invalids to use it with confidence. It is
the most reliable remedy for diseases of
the throat and lungs that science has pro
duced. It strikes at the foundation of all
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt
and certain relic/, and is adapted lo pa
tients of any age or either sex. Being
very palatable, the youngest children
take it without difficulty. In the treat
ment of ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza. Cler
gyman's Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup,
and Catarrh, the effects of AYEII'S
CHERRY PECTORAL are magical, and multi
tudes are annually preserved from serious
illness by its timely and faithful use. It
should be kept at hand in every house
hold, for the protection it affords in sud
den attacks. In Whooping-cough and
Consumption there is no other remedy
so efficacious, soothing, and helpful.
The marvellous cures which AYER'3
CHERRY PECTORAL has effected all over
the world aro a sufficient guaranty that it
will continue to produce thc best resat
An impartial trial will convince the most
sceptical of its wonderful curative powers,
as well as of its superiority over all other
preparations for pulmonary complaints.
Eminent physicians in all parts of the
country, knowing its composition, recom
mend AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL to inva
lids, and prescribe it in their practice.
The test of half a century has proved ita
absolute certainty to cure all pulmonary
complaints not already beyond thc reach
o? human aid.
Prepared by Cr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Cliemlat?,
BOLO BT ALL DRUuOISTS EVE II Y WUK HE.
CAROLINA MILITARY INSTI
CHARLOTTE, Ni C.
COL. J. P.THOMAS, SIT PKRtNTHN HUNT
The next SESSION will begiu on Sep
tember 15 next.
A Military College, Classical and Sci
entific. Preparatory and Collegiate l>o
For Circulars, giving full particulars,
apply to the Superintendent, Charlotte,
Aug. 7-1 tn 35
Hamburg Property to Rent.
Ihave several STORES and DWEL
LINGS to Rent in Hamburg S. C..
from 1st October. Possession given im
mediately if wanted Apply to
Hil Reynolds Street, Augusta, (?a.
Aug. 20, l879-4 t 37
If you aro HU (Turing troml
goa? bed of Blcknei?)
If yon uro a minister.
If with your pastoral du-fiftles ?or a motlier, iron
it with care anti work, orBlf you are simply ailing
poor health, or langnlau
take cheer, for
will Caro You.
Band fm vc overtaxed yonr
VDU feel weak and
Hop Billen, vt ill
If you are a man of DUB
rani of your cvwryduyl
ra, tolling over yourfcildalght work,
dispirited, without clear
ness, weakened hy th(
dullen; or a man of let
suffering from any Indis
font, OH ls of un thu cone
?hop, on thc farm, nt tnt
lint your 8yntcm ncedi
latlng. without luioxl.
Hop Billen* will
If you are young, and'
et I ?m. or ure grim log too
Hop Bittern will
If you are In tho work
?Mir, any where, ami feel
ennui ?g. toning or ?Um
Hop Bitters IsHWhnt You Need.
If you aro old, and 7oarlnulBe ls feeble, youl
rve? ui.Htemly, and y our ?rueultlen waning,
op Hitlers will ci ve yon New Life mid Visor.
Hop Cocci II Guns la the sweetest, safest and hesta
Tho nop PAD for Stomach. Liver and Ktdnoys in,
iperlor to al 1 others. It ls perfect. Ask Drugjrliiu
D. I. C. is an asoluto and Irresistible cure for drunk
.ness, uso of opium, tob?ceo and narcotlea. :
I alwr. rn! J by draggbU. Hop II tim Mfg. Co. Oocho.tif<N.Y
Go to Penn's for pure New Orle..
Syrup, new lot just received. &
P. V. BURDELL.
Sper-i I attention given lo the J ia
Coini iii issi ou ihr Selling C
Corner McIntosh ami ll
Augusta, Ga., Sept. -1,--J.LI 30
josneii it noiiBtiTsox, THANK K TA Y LOK !
II KN RY C. ItOKKRTSON.
ROBERTSON, TAYLOR & CO.
<a>o. W. Williams & Co.,
IV H Ol, ES A LH GltOCi??S.
A N I*
General Commission Merchants
1 AND:! II AYN JO STRE.'.T,
Clift B'lt'KtOSB, S, C?.
WriiL tzivo all business their mos
careful altentinii. Consign men Ls
of Coll?n solicited.
'Charleston, S. C., July 2S--:im
Ol s 0 ra
GEORGE A. CLARK,
KM) IIKOADWAY, NEW YOKIi.
Thu dislinet!ve features of this spud
cotton ure that ii is made from tho \ < ry
SKA ISLAM) COTTON,
It is linishctl soft as the e. .lion In m
which ?tis made, it has uni v. axing or
artificial li nish to deceive the eyes; ii is
the strongest, smooth esl and most elu>lic
sowing iii read in Hie market: tor inn
ehine Mewing it luis no equal ; ii is wound
WHITE SP( >OILS.
The Rhiek is Ihn most perli - i
ever produced in spool i oltoit, being dye?!
I>y a system paten lcd hy ourselves. The
colors are dyed hy t he
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering them sn perfect and iu iliicnt
tiiut dressmakers evorywliem u^c ihem
instead of sewing silks.
A Gold Meda! wa* :? ..ode:', lids spool
Motton at Paris, |K7>. for " areal -Ireu; il)"
and "general : \-> !!. !:?. ' be?ng :l?i
lilirl?est nwiml given fr *?.. ?.*?! mimm
We invite eoiMparisoti and r? >| erlfulr^
isk lad ht* lo ii i \ . . ii a lair iii;:! and cnn
vfnee themselves ni its Miperimtiy ovei
To hu had al 4. E. ?'onK, ii S WIL
LIAMS, .1. ?I. OointsKV, Ki:.\itni:N A
JUNKS, .MUS E. IL Ern nm PO K
Oranilevide, S. C.
Aug. 'i (?ni lui
%?-\ '/?,' .-? \i>l
t.;.(./. .... u .;. t. fi::. no
. i , _ , . ! i ?ta : i' tuln .! ri wortit-wlllfl
'?.tu m n .ii'.'ti . ul > I'i;iiii.iili! Iil-i-a-rs.
' ... i :i ?.roA'-s-loa.-.t :>.: I>USM i'.r i-xri.tillns
. . Ivi-lll I :l !'..) !.. lOll.ill I, ??mue yr:! Iii Hgll
. . Vi .-i Hi .1 ...il! ti,.i ~. i-|:i!i'?H III
|. Wf? lu ?.??? ... i ' sr. y 11* Un; Wornt** Ills?
" ., i,.,. r-.:. ?:l ?. ?' t:.'.ii ..!' which itw
,., ..... i .. i . ..!.:::?" itoTKU
; i if ... -ml; .i":. fw h . i ?'.I.I,.:I- i-i "ii * Ini-nriMH
. i- . .'.!.!. i U'orliTu OVIK-II
.nr.v M 'i -ni.. . .1 ii itu liilloi'.iiijto.Uct'nn
I..11. . . i1.: ... ;. i i'isK'rri t". Pro.
Mi. I.. . i :: I.:. ? l\ s . i ni, TVriif.
KINK iv- , . : ..> .-< \i;; o-.* ur cuil
.... . . .? ; ii. . iii.' t-':!! illly.
i*Mltd : ! ! . n.is(?un;wiiliialito
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m .1 an '
hy, i-, . .
r. ?-inn i i" practice, h
II*', r ?MI i i niuiiini jin!jr
.. .' .r...!. "I..I laing Dfi
I iii?v. - Tul r. milu.
. ;-:-|... i :in nreonr belli
I .; IM' i ur. ut all UluSt!
i ..ral. . ls. NYrroini UrWI
. iSt.N nu Dance), Kim?
nnWtl. i. -, recvlvn tho
allen . . ":i . /. . . . : i ? i?. * I' i|\.
NO!' ..t.. LM .. ' 'J : l'VMI .NTS. IJy mir
nrixliml . ..i a >..?. ?\. irval i.iaiiv
rim.ni - .li- . lull} crtl!|ii||| with ?
|n IN..,.al. 'ii u!l.tli?!i. V r ?... .1 i l ;r. : i i-.. l'i-..|ili'".s
( H.un. ii S nc )li li'-;.l Al.i.r' (1,'tl) pap-s, M nt
itei-i-jiMi i i.ir?-1-.- )..?..? i.....ii ,s':ani l'oiirl?ls' (icliit:
U.M.; .,.nii j i - .m(Mi . |i. i-p.n .:.
si?.n.ii .vi. i ASI s. lin H ii ..|ar:tUon.s\rlitct1
ui-ar.- col.-1 n;>. a i.i.i i f." i;lHilll)' I., pi i luria, aro
tliu-i- im- .Sas .I I pi: . IIMCIIII. Tlinions Kl-lnla
in AIM, I'iles. llrrnia |, II ?il no I. Itvilr.iv (llningy
of iii., rs r.. linn i V ari. ...i i .. ovarian Pint UtcrllM
Tninom, i .Lull (M..ar m i..i- Ulai!.ii isi ric tn rc,
etc., tlc. WV ato?? nv.ll MIC?I r*r?:!ly, hy a IN ?. im ili
. HI willi..ul Mirjtical II|.. ra lim!. I ?in'i'r-, ( Itlh-Tlilf,
Snlnal ( 'II rv ii I li ri-, a II-I ni ?n r ?Icliiriuiliil . >S ;i- pain
jiiilit cn li (Hil, M Moiioii .'. .i iiimilvu A.-mi," .-int
un ri'i-i ipi ul' in ci'iil-.l
AtlilrcHs. Wo:ld': U::pcn5irv l?;d'.cil ?::c:i?'-ic2.
ia l i Ai.o, s. v.
S ti PER-1 OR
Pian os and 0 ig a n s
$50 ') O $100 SAV?D
nv eu non.\s! NU vi
T M. H. 0. T. S.
Nniner ?us Icstini'iuinls, froni Virginia
to Alabama, \ eli ly Ihealmve.
CInsiir|iasMe?l Eaeilities and large Pur
chases Di ? ?-<*! l'r? m Maiintiiclurcrs.
nt l.iiucsi t'nsli Kittes. linallie l.'. ll.
I obi ns.?.? & ?... io Sell lunn IO lo
"?O |?c r ?.?? II I. Its-than lieu II ?a r li aile
"mm mn \m
MUSIC SAViNG INSTITUTION
OF I HE S-iUTM.
Low Trircs, Quirk S?lcs.
m?nr? RKOA?IST., tiens I A, O\.
?Ll'ii i 17-'hu It)
L. E. WOOD, Barnwell, S. C.
miling of COTTON ami all other
. THE FA ii M.
oSio.a, 90 cents per Bale
3D ON IN STORE.
cy milds Streets, AUGUSTA, GA.
NOT?013 ia hereby gi von, that appli
cation will tie malle to the Legisla
ture at its iiuxt session, fur an amend
munt ni' ibu i 'harter of thu Kiifreltald
Kr.inch I tai I mad, to extend said Hoad io
Aiken ami souiu puint on the Port lb ?yal
ami AiijrusUi ll li I roil: J.
LKW IS'JO N KS. President,
Kdytaictd li;aucli lt li. O L
A" J. Noitlils, See'ry iV 'treasurer.
Ausist ?id, lS7!l-Km :;?s
C A KOLINA.
IIKAL ll?TIi AH,
DAWSON & CO ,
CHAHIJOTT?, I. t
iJrancli Office for Kdgefield am!
<M? l'ouiiiie? at Trenton, s. c.
T. ri CLARK, Manager.
pi!!S A GK Xe Y distributes monthly
JL x;,:;;i<) copies Of ibu "s>0|jrH
!iASIi>" containing eacli Advertisement
.brough tim Nonhurii Sutes, along the
irincipal lines uf travel, ami at all points
if luudiu? uf emigrants, thus i I id ll ci ll);
ppi run illus to.seil to Cash purchasers,
? jtittled hy low amt surpassed hy mt
liner agency nf thc kim!. JA>r further
particular.-, attn ress',
T.1L UL A KR, Manager,
Titi!) N i <>.%, S. C.
Aua. :0th is7:?- lt :;7
Til? Livritly-lirsl year will open Oeto
Tho Pres ident and his lamily will ri -
nain in the Colle'.';.'.
Kales have hoon redtie?iL Tuition and
il ?ard, including washing and luci, for
.he your, otu: Iititulrol antixisly two <!<>l
K<>r fu ri ?UT partieu lu rs apply to thc
J. I. IIONNKII,
Dun West, S. (.:.
Au;:, -'?, IS70 -Hu :$7
A. I ! K Pndersijriicd works .:' antebel
lum rates, lioth in making iii-w i Jins am!
hi repairing old Ghi?,. Fl.niters, look lc
your in;' re?! and em- mr.: home enter
prise '. As cheap as- lim ehc?jH-st, ami
a . '/o.iil as lin- oe-1.
Shop al Pendleton Urns.
.;. tl. XKftl.KTXr
A ll ' ll-l I ? Sill Mil
Atterney at Law!
Will practice in the Courts of Newbor
Oliv i- a: Nuwborrv c. H., s. c.
March .7, !;-7'.? -1 jv 111
! Slate oi'Scuih CaroJina
ii DG KP IE LB COUNTY.
C'ofirl.tif I'ttiiiMon Pican.
Wailer !'. runsoii, Ailin'or. of IX I>
Krunsoti, .ii-?-*.L. Wm. ll. Knutson
Nicholas I.. Knutson, J ol m Knutson
I Joseph Knutson, Mrs. Lucinda liol
j I iou-worth. Artemus Knutson, Luthei
Price Knutson mid Kali'ml Knutson ut
ii"s>imiec - < 'tanphi.hu !tts> ll Intuito ?tat
tl, allot ittarm; ?t e., ile.
jj Y virtue of nu Order ol the Hon. W
Z)i ll. Wallace, Ci reid t Judge, passci
n lim J> !. day of June, 1N7?I, in th?
ilmvi ei lilied r.iiis,'. ?iii und siicziiturilu
eredilors of lllt? I'Nl.t'e of I). I), lil llie
! son, de. i iii cd, ai e n ipiired to prove ililli
' estalilis!i I heir respective chums airains:
saiil Kslalc liefere me. as lielere?- in sail
cause, on or hclorc Hie 2d day of Sep
te:;; her. IS7!I
W. I>. KA M KV, lit/t ree.
Jilly (fitll, l?S?J. lite:!!
H i G H SCHOOL.
EOG E PIELO COUNTY S. C.
HUGH K. OLIY Kit, Pitl.wi CAI..
t' di S !. SSION opens Monday, Septem
Hoard ami Wnxliiutr, $?per nioidli.
Tuition, si.rii; v-?J..'!? ami s.". per month.
No ext ra . hardes of any kimi.
Chair tuan Hoard Trustees. Ih mn A
SHAW, M P.
Thc llesi ?uni Cheapest Liver ?md
Ko i iv Pilli in thc World.
LiVER, LimS, STOMACH, SPLEEN,
BACK AND KIDNEYS.
As iMPnoVED APPMAXCR for Sl.OO to Prevent
ib-lu-vi; :HHI ('um (lie |..l!muii?:t!iM,:iM\i:
Ague and Fever, Dumb Ague, Chill*. U?ei
Complaint, liiliotisiiess, iftiuuilieo, Toi-pidity,
KnliirRUiiicnt ol'Hie Liver, Ijuwltude, ladlee?.
Mun, IlvupuiMia. ait k llcatlacliv. Depression
. Spirit*, DuiliH'ss, Want ?if Appetite. Ma
larinl Iii.M-iisi s. Knla RBiuont of tl?? Spleen
/\irue Cake, Rlimimntirfm, NeuralRlii, Lum*
l>:m<?. Sc iiiii-a, I'.iins in the SM?. I tack, Hones
and MuneleH. For til?' Kell?fof Asthma. Ca
eorli. Itniiicliilkt, Diphtheria. Whoopliifl
CiMighi w. iik l.iinus: also, n Great Muller ta
Female Weakness and Irregulitrity.
Tlw Otu- Dollar Vnd* nro within tiwi rrneh ol
.. i, stiiTerer, Kkb ur Po>r. Aili nine.niKhiy BMHII
emu i.m ailinn thu liest known nlMornoal IHKIOIIIHIII?.
II.I.I toll iir.miu.?1 to ?ll. Ohl Md ?.???. .M?K
nuil Pon?ale. Onn In? worn nt nil riMt nnd under ?I.
cireiiiiMlnne? nrillionl Inlurforinii willi infernel Inat
iiwnl Uv wearine this |Kul ow ibo pit of yourstoinaut
vu Karnilnetor'a bill?, nvoW t.-ikliik- MUMOUI nnnsn. cor
i.- i ibiinlnniach, Invleoralo UM liver, prevent bininu
m- . .ii..iii from tin. pjM.ni nt ala rial and eoatMtoui
dts-MsiH.anil lind ruady tellef. lt you wiatt cortUicatns
wo can HO:III thiMtl. _
Pri?e, Olli regralar Liver alzc, ?1 cacli.
I.arec llodi- i'a?, rubber hack, 83 each.
U'i> neml Hiern by post, prepaid, every
??.Urie, lar toni tirar, t? not Tonia! at youl
DrtwKis!'*. 'l'A li K SO OTIIKIt, but IneJnM
amoll it la us. JUMI yon will rcc.dvo rltltei
KUM unlered hy return mail. Aa,ires?
CA COOK & CO., Chicago,
Sole Agonis for U. S. mid Canalla?
SOLO l.Y DRUGGISTS (? KN lilt ALLY.
Van Hebnnelc, SilevenMOM A Co., Wliolcaiill
linn: tl?!?. Cfclciiae, nuppljr thc trude nt ina?
VOll SA I. Ii,
Ai "iii cents per busbol, 500 hnahclti of
Oals h he delivered at Meelinu Street..
Jt37 ALVIN ll AKT.
H. D. HUDSON, )
Laie of the ttr tn of Hudson & Stubbs, j
G. H. BURTON,
LaLe with Walton A Clark.
HUDSON & BURTON,
178 BPtO^ID ST. A.XJGrXJSTA-3 O-A
UAVING t:? ?M diy formed a copartnership for conducting the general
GROCERY AND COMMlS?J??l?.
Will be pleased to see and serve their Old Friends JHld the
Public Generally. : \ *
Everything asually kept.in a first class GROCERY STORE can
be found here and will bc sold as low as Any Responsible House
in the City.
Augusta, Ga , Sept. 4-3m 39
Established In 1843
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SEGARS. TOBACCO, PIPES AND SNUFF.
WHISKIES, BRANDIES; RUMS, GINS, RHINE, CLARET, CA
TA W BA WHITE, CH A MPAGN ES.
MINERAL WATER ed. a Specially.
St. LOUIS, CINCINNATI, M TL WAUK? E, (Domestic.)
KAISER, BREMER, PILSENER, (Imported.)
PRICES-Uwer than lue low. st for Cash.
195 and 254 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
September 4-4m 39
WE have now in store a very large and complete stock ol'
BOOTS, SHOES ANJMATS,
which Ima been purchased direct from the Manufacturers at the
LOWEST PRICES THE CASH WILL COMMAND
And as our motto is
LARGE SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,
Our r ustoinemcrs and the public can rely on
A Large Stock of Philadelphia and Balti
more line Shoes on lin nd.
A. liberal discount to the "Wholesale
203 BK?.il) ST?llZKT, .AU?UST?l, GA.
S.-p?-uil?pr -1 -3?n 39
LOWREY WAGON FACTORY
100 Assorted Sizes Two Horse Wagons Ir on Ax!es and Thimble Skein?.
300 A>sn?cd Sizes Ono Norse Wagons, Plain and Patent Wheels.
100 SHIS Assorted Wagon Harness. At prices lO-per-jieuL-lawer than
l'an be bought in the eily.
m *- IP y
Corner Campbell and Ellis Streets.
Auemta, GM., Au:. TO, 1879-tf 37
.TAMES Gr. BAILIE
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW CURTAINS AND SHADES.
HE nm mm k mm mm,
205 BROAD STREET,
A UGUSTA, GA.
Oi.') SIAM) JA MISS fi. HAIME & URO.
Augusta, Ga., Aug. 20-3m 37
PlOW is the time lo commence planting for a Pall Crop or TUR
NIPS- the value of windi cannot be overestimated-and you will do well
to call on IV. B. PEi\'i\ early, and make your selections from the lol
itan-?ard varieties, all of which are perfectly fresh anti genuine -
YELLOW GLOBE, YELLOW RUTABAGA,
WHITE FLAT DUTCH, REIKTOP
WHITE GLOBE, YELLOW
ABERDEEN, &c, &c.
, G. Hi- Penn db ?Son,
Joly 16-tl 32 ? m