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Much has been written abo nt woman's
lo fe, bnt we doubt if that "glory of a
woman," was ever so forcibly expressed
io a few words as in the following stan
7. is, which we take fi om an English pa
Come from your long, long roving,
On .the sea so wild and rough ;
Come to me tender and loving,
And I shall be biassed enough.
Where your sails have been unfailing,
What winds have blown on your brow,
I k now not, and ask net, my darling.
So that you come to nie now.
Sorrowful, sinful and lonely.
Poor and despised though you be,'
All are nothing, if only
You turn from the tempter tn'me.
Of men though you be unforgiven.
Though priest be unable to shrive^
IUI pray till I weary all heaven, V
lt' only you come back alive.
ZR M OS REETA it E.
Petite moskeetare, your time be have
Z frost he have call for yon-go yon
All of your buz-ze-buz into my ear.
Now I am rid of it, skeetare, my dear.
Yen to my bed in mv garret I go.
Zen viz your moosie you bozare me so,
Yiz you tin trompet yousingall ze night;
Mr. Jack Frost now he lreeza-a vou
Ab ! vat a blessing ?/.? cole vintar lie.
Van be kill all of ze skeetare and ilea!
Zen lill z* spring time vartn vedder sall
Monsieur Moskeetare no more yon viii
As a-good many inquiries aintot
ing made at 'he office of the Com
missioner of Agriculture concerning
lxcerne grass, we reprint the follow
ing letter on the subject :
' WIOSBOBO, S. C., 6th Sept., 1880.
Major Harry Hamynond, United
stales Supervisor :
DEAR MAJOR-I am in receipt of
your letter of the 4th inst., andproceed,
an requested, to give you an account
of my experience with lucerne in
Fairfield, South Carolina. I have a
lot containing one-half acre which
was a part of an old worn-out field.
I planted it. in corn for a few years,
when nut grass became a great pest.
In order to kill the nut grass I had
it plowed five times, quite shallow,
during July and August. In Sep
tember, 1873, it was well manured
and then plowed with a two horse?}
turning plow, followed by a buli
tongue. The subtil is a stiff red
clay. This red clay lies near the
surface and was turned up so that the
I-A looked like purely red clay soil.
It was then harrowed with a revolv
ing harrow. I then, on loth Sep
tember, planted clover. It came up
well and gave me two good cuttiugs
In 1875 I got one poor cutting,
the nut-grass having nearly choked
the clover out. On 7th September I
had the lot plowed with a turning
plow, harrowed, and planted with
10 lbs. of lucerne seed broadcast. It
came up thick and so did the weeds ;
so that in March, 1876, nothing was
visible except the weeds. I had the
lot cut close to the ground, and six
barrels of gas lime (shell) spread up
on the suriace- The lucerne grew
np with some weeds. After the
next, cutting the weeds disappeared,
and have never been able to contend
with the lucerne since; and the nut
r/ra.<* is visible only scatteringly, so
that search is necessary to discover
that there is any. The lucerne gave
four good cuttings in 1S7G, the sum
mer lollowing the fall when planted.
I keep three horses and two cows. I
compared ray hay bill from March to
October, both inclusive, of 1875,
with the same expense for a like
period of 1S77, and I found it to be
$f'?4 greater. . But I used only "E-tst
River" hay, which is costly. In
1S78 I had ten cutting, averagings
over 2? feet each, the lucerne being
very thick. Each of these ten cut
tings off the half-acre would weigh
over four thousand pounds (4,000
lbs.) In 1879 we had a drought
and the lucerne was cut only six
This Summer we have had another
drought, and to this time I have had
only fo r cuttings. I first-cut about
the middle of March and atop early
in October. Eoch Summer I give
the whole Lt a heavy top dressing of
stable manure following each day s
cutting, with a dressing for the sur
face cut until the whole lot is ma
nured. The lucerne remains green
all the year, stands from six to eight
inches high during Winter.
No replanting is necessary. There
are plants in the garden here which
the old lady to whom the garden be
longs has known as individual plants
for over fifty years. I never allow
any animal to graze upon my lucerne.
The half-acre affords green food suffi
cient for my three horses and two
My success has induced some ten
or eleven citizens of dins town to
pUnt lucerne lots, all successfully.
As lucerne is not cotton, none of the
planters of this County have at
tempted to raise lucerne ; and this
County imports large quantities of
hay an 1 baled fodder each year.
Very reepectfully your obedient
servant, JAS. H. RION.
A Practical Way of Wintering
Bees ; By a practical Bee
To the Editor of The Post and Trii
I noticed an inquiry in the farm
er's letter box, how to winter bees. I
have bad the best success when I have
packed in chaff. I take a dry goods
box made of inch boards and match
ed ; have the box large enough so
there will be a space of 4 or 5 inches
all around the hive, and to 12 inches
on top. Set the hive io the box.
Make an entrance in one aide of the
box to correspond with the entrance
in the hive, so the bees can go out
and in at pleasure. Cover the pass
age way between the entrance in the
box and the one in the hive with a
bridge m ide by nailing a piece of
shingle on two blocks high enough
for the bees to pass under conveni
ently; this will keep the chaff from
clogging up the entrance. Now pre
pare your hive, if a movable frame,
by removing the honey boaxd; lay a
couple of small strips across the
frames about two inches apart, near
the center, so the bees can pass over
the top of the frames under the quilt
for their food. Lay a piece of brown
duck or some strong cloth ov
er the top of the hive. Pack all
around and on top with wheat, oat
or buckwheat chaff. It should be
perfectly dry and packed as tight as
possible. If a box hive is used, sev
eral large hoies should be bored in
the top of the hive for the moisture
to pass, and- cover with a cloth as
before directed. If the hive is full
of comb I think it better to raise it
up a little from the bottom of the
box by placing strips of lath under
the hive. This allows the dead bees,
etc., to drop clear of the combs. Cover
the box so that water or m.ce cannot
get in, and let it alone nntil warm,
settled weather. I wintered 18
stockB last winter, on?y losing 2,
while my neighbors lose all or nearly
all by other methods.
S. H. MALLORY.
Hamilton, Mich., Nov. 8,1879.
\ Righteous Bebake.
The following words, used ;
Judge Hubbard, of Iowa, recen;
in passing sentence upon some IjqMr
dealers in that State, seem a lim
harsh, coming from the bench of ope
of our courts, but there is no man
who can deny the truthfulness or the
righteousness of the rebuke. He
?"While there are greater cri m
known to the law, which are punish
able with great severity, there a
none which involve more of tho
qualities known as despicable m<?a
ness and audacity, than t he sel li
of intoxicating liquors.
There is somecning in the ta ki
:of human life or violence, so instan
taneous that it shacks and terrifies,
the minds of all ; and yet we look
upon the man who takes human life
quite as surely, but by a slow, lin
gering process, it not without con
demnation, at least without horror.
You, whostand before the court for sen
tence, are in every moral sense mur
derers, and you are within the spirit
if not the letter, guilty of mau
slaughter; for the law says, wh
ever accelerates thd death of a*nu
uffeb being, unlawfully, is guilty of
the crime. Your bb ated /Victims
upon the witness stand, and who un
doubtedly committed perjury to screen
you from the law, not only abun
dantly testily that yon.are acceler1
ating death, but th it you dre in ino
ing men to commit still greater
enmes than your own.
Yon still maintain the appearance
of respectability; but how morally lep
rous and scrofulous you are inwardly,
the ruin, poverty and idleness, which
you are inflicting upon this communi
ty, declare as from the housetops.
You are living in idleness and eating
the bread ot orphans, watered with
w?|owa' tears. You are stealthily kill
ing your victims and murdering the
peace and industry ol the communi
ty, and thereby converting happy
industrious homes into misery, thrift
less poverty an 1 rags. You are sow
ing the seeds bf i norance, and idle
ness and want, among the genera
twos to come.
Anxious wives ind mothers watch
and pray in tears, nightly, with d-s
jkte hearts for the coming home of
your victims whom you are luring
with the wiles ami smiles of the
devil into midnight debauchery
In fine, one can have no adequate
conception of a cataract until he sees
Niagara, nor of the terrible fury and
grandeur of a storm in mid-ocean
nntil he has witnessed one ; so no
one can know the utter degradation
and total depravity to which his
species can be brought, until he
looks upon the desolate ruin caused
by your trade."-Observer.
A Memorable Document.
The following is a copy of the most
memorable judicial sentence which
has ever been pronounced in the an
nals of the world-namely, thit of
death against, the Saviour with the
remarks which the journal Trail has
collected, and the knowledge of
which must be interesting to every
Christian. Untii now we are not
xware th it it has ever appeared in
the German papers, ft is word for
word as follows: .
Sentence pronounced by Pontius
Pilate, intendant of the Lower IVov
nce of Galilee that Jesus of Naz
areth shall suffer death by the cro^s
In the seveuteeth year of the reign
if the Emperor Tiberius, an<l on
?he twenty fourth day of the month
)f March, in the holy city of Jeru
salem, during the pontificate of A?
Pontius Pilate, the intendant of
the lower Galilee, sitting to Judg
ment in the pre&idential se it of Prae
tor, sentenced Jesus of Nazareth to
ieath on the cross, between robbers,
is the numerous and notorious testi
monies of the people prove :
1. Jesus is a misleader.
2. He h s excited the people to
3. He is an enemy to the laws.
94. He calls himself tal-ely the
King of Israel.
5. He went into the temple follow
ed by a multitude carrying p dun in
Orders from the first centurion,
Q,uirrilu8 Cornelius to bring him to
the place of execution :
Forbid all persons, rich or poor,
to pr?vent the execution of Jesus.
The witneeseB who have signed
the execution of Jesus are:
1. Daniel Robani, Pharisee.
2. John Zorobebel.
3 Raphael Rob mi.
4. Capet. .
Jesus to be taken out of Jerusalem
through the gates of Tournes.
This sentence is engraved on a
plate of brass, in the Hebrew lan
?uage, and on its side are the follow
ing words : "A si miliar plate has
t>een ?ont to each tribe.'' Itwasdiscov
ired in the year 1820, in the city of
Aquilla, in the kingdon of Naples,
by a search made for the Roman an
tiquities, and remained there until it
was found by the commissioner of
irta, in tb* French army of Italv.
Up to the time of the campaign in
3outhern Italy it waa preserved in
the sacrisity of the Carthusans, near
Naples, where it was kept in a box
}f ebony. Since then the relic has
been kept in the chapel at Caserta.
The Cart hu: ians obtained permission
Dy their petition, that the piece
night be kept by them, which was
in acknow'edgment of the sacrifices
vhicn" they made for the French
irmy. -The French translation was
n*de literally by the members of
irte. Denon had a fae simile of the
Ate engraved, by Lord Howell, on
.he sale of his cabinet, for 2,890
There seems to be DO histoi [cal
loubt as to the authority of this. The
easonS of the sentence correspond
?iactly with those in the Gospel
Translated from the Kolriveshe Zei
The next State to vote is Colorado,
vhich will elect State officers and
me Representative to Congress on .
Puesday, October 5. In October, ,
.876, Colorado gave Routt, Repub- !
?can, for Governor, 14,154 votes, ?
ind Hughes, Democrat, 1?.31G. In
878, the last State election, it give
^tkin, Republican, 14,390 ; Lovi
ttnd, Democrat. 11,578 ; Bucking- (
iam, Greenbacker, 2,784. 1
JV It is the campaign year. Ronew '
our subscription. i
Success with Small Fruits,
"I just rolled out here from the
grocery storp," said the little green
apple as it paused on the sidewalk
for a moment's chat with the banana
peel ; "I am waiting- here for a boy.
Not a small weak, delicate boy," add
ed the little green apple, prondly,
"but a great big boy, a great hnlky,
strong, leather-lunged, noisy fifteen
year older, and little as I am you
will see me double up that boy to
night, and make bim wail, and howl
and yell. Oh, I'm small, but I'm
good for a ten-acre field of boys,
and don't you forget it. All the lit
boys in Burlington," the little
'green apple went on with just a
shade of pitying contempt in its
voice, "couldn't fool aroujid me as
any one of them 'ools around a ba
ell, I sup
usement. Tor my own part,
like to take somebody ol my 6ize.
Now here comes the kind of a man I
usually do business with. He is
large and strong, it is true, but-"
And just then a South Hill mer
chant, who weighs 231 pouuds when
he feels right good, came along, and
the banana peel just caught him by
the foot, lifting him about as high as
the awning post, turned him over, '
banged him down on a potato basket,
fUttening it out until it looked like
a flint door mat, and the shock jar
red everything loose in the show
window. And then while the fallen
merchant, from var ous quart
^the globe, fished his silk Jiaf
the gutter, his spectacles from the
cellar, his handkerchief from the
tree-box, his cane from the show
window, and one of bis shoes from
the eaves-trough, and a little b"v
ran for the doctor, the little green
apple blufhed red aud shrank a little
bai k out of sight, covered with awe
"Ah," it thought, "I wonder if I
can ever do that? Alas, how vain I
was, and yet how poor and weak
and useless -I am in this world."
But the banana peel comforted it
and bade it look up an1 take heart,
and do well What it had" to do, and
to labor for the cause in its oj
ful sphere. "True.''^^^ tue*
pee!, ''you cann >r ?flBBl a t.v->
died pound min ali iTueik a cellar
door with him, but you can give him
the cholera morbus, HU I il you do
your part the world will feel your
power and the m-di ul col Inges will
call you blessed."
And then the little green apple
smiled and looked np with grateful
blushes on its face, an i. thanked the
banana peel for its encouraging coun
sel. An J that very night, an obi
lather, who writ?s thirteen hours a
d ty, and a patient mother who wu
almo-.t ready to sink from weariness,
and a nurse and a doctor Bat up un
til nearly monmig with a thirteen
year old boy, who was all twisted
up into the shape of a figure 3,
while all the neighbors on tba block
tat up and listened and pounded
their pillows and tried to sleep and
wished that boy would either die or
Aud the little green apple was
pleased, and its last words were, "At
lea 11 have been of some little u<e
in this gre it, wi le wjrll."-Bur
Umj ton Haw h rye.
Natural Histor)-The Baby.
What animal is this?
This is a baby. He is nov about
three ye irs old, and at the wicked
est poi ri? of bis career.
What country does the baby most
ly inhabit. ?
He can be found in every inhabit
ed country on the globe, the saun as
mosquitos and boils.
Can tb *y be tamed?
Yes, quite easy. After a little
judicious discipline they ' ce*3e to
struggle and become subservient to
the will ol mau.
Doe3 a baby eat grass ?
Yes. o.-anything else. They swal
low pocket knives, thimbles, but
tons, spools, or any other object a
little smaller than a teacup. If of
fered milk they seldom refuse i*.
Do they graze during the day, or
only at night ?
They are always grazing, paying
not the least heed to the hour. Wnen
not actually eating they generally
give utterance to a peculiar cry.
Strong men often jump out of bed at
midnight in the coldest weather
when hearing that cry .
What meaning ia attached to this
Men of deepest IfflT?ghf. jffl
agreed that, it signifies to waltM^
the neighborhood and have some fun.
Of what benefit to mankind l.s a
They a. e of no earthly account for
the first few years, but by and by
they can slide down hill on a cellar
door and carry articles out of the
house and trade for a wooden sword,
or lose them in the grans.
Do you know of any instance
where the b?by has attacked the
household and killed or injured any
Su :h instances have been relate 1
by such emin nt naturalists ?3 George
Francis Train and Texas Jack, but
we^lon't put mich fd th in them
However, if the biby was malicious
ly provoked, there's n . knowing
what it might do.
Are they a healthy animal ?
No ; on the contrary, no druggist
could make enough profit in a year
to buy him a pair of Artic over
shoes but for th i presence of a biby
in a household. There is hardly an
hour in the daj that the baby does
not demand peppermint, paregoric,
ipicac, or something else costing
What machiuery is made use of to
el the baby to take a d o.s? of
are several patent ?a _
urpose, bul- mjaftgft??P
u!e o! kn
and getting ?nT""TrWe intoTnis
mouth before he recovers.
Ia the bald headed baby more do
mestic th in others.
Not. a bit. Ile kicks around after
the same fashion, and bas even a worse
time fighting flies and mosquitos.
What music do they seem to pre
A bass drum is th ?ir fir?t choice,
but they have a heavy leaning to
ward the sound of the sto- e-lundle
knocking the nose of the pitcher
with the emptyings in it.
This is all about the baby. Take
mother look at him, for next week
we shall write about some other rep
tile.-Detroit Free Pres.
mt mj? Mopl<*J*Rp
iu|H WRu -
Whoever looks for a friend with
out imperfections will never find what
lie seeks. We love ourselves with all
our laults, and we ought to love our
friends iii like manner.
[Chut I tamana Tina's.]
.. Tho upper portion of MoLemore's
Cove, in Walker county, (ix, has re
cently been the scene of a nut rimo
nial sensation whkh rivals anything
of the kind ever before known among
that steady-going, law-abiding and
God-serving people. The circum
stances ol' the affair, as gathers
from eil i /.eus of the (jove, are sub
stantially as f illoa? :
Less than a year ago, two well-to
do farmers, Robert Woods and Jo
seph Colquitt, each took himself a
wife, and to all appearances was hap
py in their respective alliances. The
young ladies chosen hythe two farm
ers were of respectable parentage,
and each bore a good character as
well as a reputation for intelligence
'and a proper qaulification for all the
is in their sphere of life. All
lappy with them until one
f!ffit week, when tla^Lm^t at a
neighbor's house, wherdiBey had
been bidden to a frolic or\ party.
Here the conversation turned on
married life, and the respective
merits of their wives were freely dis
cussed by the young husbands. In
this conversation Woods confessed a
fondness for Colquitt'e wife, and Col
quitt acknowledged a preference for
Mrs. Woods. This resulted in a
proposition and a mutual bargain be
tween the husbands to exchange
wives on the spot. The women were
at once informed of the trade, and
Mrs. Colqnit heartily acquiesced in the
swap, resigning herself cheerful to the^
care and caresses of Woods. Not s
?^PV&^ with Mrs. Woods, who in
?^fm?ntly refused the proffered ca
resses of Colquitt. and when vio
lence would have bean u?ed to com
pel her acquiescence, fl i I to her
friends and reported t he outrageous
proceedings. Mrs. Woods' father
took her under bis protection, and
invoked the ?aw to bring the erring
husbands to justice, but the KU klux
ii tervened and the wife traders fled
Genius Kuow* No Until.
"When the saw buck was invent
ed," said the orator, as be cast a sly
glance at Ehler Troot.'s bow leg-,
?irn? folks imigined that the limit
s reached, hilt it was only twenty
ie days before de world was con
vulsed wid de news dat de buck saw
h% sprung into life. After de buck
paw cime de hoise-radish grater, :in'
upon de heels of dis came de glorious
news dat, genius bad giv^n ns de lar
sour.din' tinki J of dc cow bell.
?Cheers.] Some men wan teil to fold
deir hinds en' die, fnkin' de eaud
had come : but genius el urned her
back an' lo ! we had taller candles.
?Wild whoops ] Light shown in dirk
places but it was no time to stop.
Wid one wild swoop of her ravt-r.
wings, genius left at our doahs a
jug with a han Ile and de whe. lb-ir
row. [Cheers and yells J So it has
gone. We didn't stop wid de clothes
pin, but sprung for'd to de h i'r-pin,
de stove handle, de jiek-knife, de
dictionary, ice cream, lager beer,
an' odder splinters of genius too
many to menshuu We shall nebber
stop. What am new dis y'ar will be
ole de Dex*. Genius will mit be cou
tent wid repianV de bed cord by
springs,-or de stage by de locomotive,
but will goon aun on and on, until
buttermilk kan be drawn f.om every
hitchin' post an' ?even, cent sugar
scooped in from de roofs of ebery
lamp post. In de language of one of
liome's grandest senators,' Pluribtii,
sj/labns un um cum dla!"-Detroit
LYING IN TIIK COURT HOITRE.
"Where were yo : when the first shot
was fired ?" asked a lawyer.
"I was lying down on the sofa."
"Where was your husband ?"
"He was lying down on the back
"And your children-where were
"They were lying down on the
bed, fast asleep."
"Any other member of your fami
ly lying down ?"
"We'll, if ray brother-in law was
here I expect he would be lying down
in the court house. He is a lawyer,
un lea j he has reformed lately."
Love runs Against a snug: In the
Park (Dramatis persona1, a courting
couple.) ls oo happy 'ittie ootsy
wootsy ? She-Oh, so happy. Is
topsy nojsy happy, too? He-Oh,
so hfipy. She-What wo lld topsy
nopsy do if there were no ootsy
W?fci in the wcrld ? Gruff voice ol
?Lin the bushes-Snopsy flopsy
P^^rbe hugging some y her girl
that's what ! [Tableau ]--SffuhnMt?H?
If er a hi.
pgr- Now is the time to pay for your
A DV KRTIRKR.
? v?ll cure you
Ja) Oajt??i and Think.
I I !"y vj h..vc DYS!
M?H Lill Cl S j Rv EC.l A, IRON S
}ifG?f Bi??SrSi 1? yuur BLOOD is THIN?
II ?MM R'**?v?.ior V"u arc weak, have no 1
jilOt D ItSfS-Appei-t-. o.- bel generally
; Dlr ! ll ITATED, IKON ,
I Iron Bi' ^*1''"' 1 w'"cure ^ou
r. j ll" von have OCCASION
llfiin K|t|3fC M' DIZZINESS, or reel
,IJj.l Uitlwid that LIFE IS A BURDEN,
. n-*^ IKOH BITTERS will cure
lir?n Bihsrs.y*"- _._
Iron Olefin* 1 lf V">u ar- a mot' ir and
III UH Ol! lol 0 havr nn r-ilk or strength
, f., t> ?iir^i- your child, or auf
?Iron Bitters ^;-.rffl5&?ft
. bte to.lry i:.ON BITTE.RS.
YOU CA I B!i CUR?D.
Frice?l :. Bot. *.-l Druggi. ts tell them.
THE EaOWN CHEMICAL CO.,
R?HJ ROAD LANDS!
A OFFER Tor salo ?HO Acres of Land
IO under cultivation, with two Lng Cab
ins there ai.
The Augusta and Knoxville Railroad
runs through this land, and a Depot is
located within 200 yards of it.
H. (1. M. DUNG VANT,
Real Estate Agent.
July 21, 1880. ifaa
LAND on SALUDA
O O 7 ACRKS? nn er fenee and in a
?u*r 4 high state of oultivatiou. On
it aro two settlements, with a well of
water at each settlement. Also plenty
of running water. It was sold in 187:1
for?l? per acre. Will besohl cheap tn
an approved purchaser.
Also, another Traer nf 425 Acres, im
prove?!. 75 to 100 acres creek bottom,
and 85 to 40 acres freshly cleared lund.
These lands aro on Rig Creek, in Edge
field county. Apply to
R. ?. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
Jan 27,'80 tf 8
For Selling, ?iOo. Storage, 35o.
Fi r e-P roof Warehouse,
Cor. Campbell and Reynolds Sts., Op
posite Sibley & Wheless,
ftCr Personal attention given to
Weighing and Selling.
August 25, 1880. fin i.13
TWO TRACTS OF LAND FOR
Contains I?3 Acres, on Augusta A Knox
ville Railroad. Comfortable Dwelling
and Tenant Houses. .Good well of water
and running stream of water. Tn high
Ntite of cultivation. 40 acres in native
TRACT NO. 2,
Contains 278 Acres, in Collier Township,
0 miles from Railroad. Four Tenai t
Houses. 4 Plow farm, flood tenant",
who are willing to remain. All tho land
Tracts will be sold separate.
R. Gi .Nf. DC NOVA NT,
. Real Kstate Agent.
Aug. 4, - tras
A Bargain ! ? Rargain !
AVALUABLE TRACT OF LANI),
containing One Hundred and Figh
ty-seven and a half Acres, more or less,
lying ju*"t beyond the incorporate limits
of Fdgeti?ld Vd l?ge, about two acres of
it extending within said limits. Upon
the landis a good Dwelling House of two
stories arid 8 rooms, with lire-places to
each room, besides a store- room altai di ed
and a servants' house in Uta yard. Also
a good Oin House, a two story Ram, ami
stable room for any use The place has
three tenant houses, convenient!y ar
ranged, upon lt; and it is well watered,
having several line springs, and suffi
ciently'ti inhered. Terms reasonable.
Apply to or address,
R. 0. M. DI! NO VANT,
Real Kstate Agent.
March ,'t, tf |:i
TliMiigh Slinking Like an Aspen Lent'
With the chills and fever, the victim of
malaria may still recover by using this
celebrated specific, which notonly breaks
up the most aggravated attacks, but pre
vents their recurrence. It is infinitely
?referable to quinine, notonly because it.
oes the business far more thoroughly,
but also oh account of its perfect whole
someness and invigorating action upon
tho entire system.
For sale hy all Druggist* and Dealers
VUE GREAT VEGETABLE
Pain Destroyer and Specific for Inflam
mation and Hemorrhages.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. No other prepara
tion has ured so many oases of these distress
lag complaints as tia- tx tract. < hu Plaster is
invaluably in thewdiseases, Flunibngn, fain
in tho Back or .Side, &c. PuudN Kxtract
Ointment r>0eentsi for use when removal nf
clothing is convenient, is a great help in re
lieving iutlaniuiatory cases.
HKMOUKIIAriKS. Bleeding from the Lungs Stom
ach, Nose, or from any cause, is speedily
controlled and stopped. Our Nasal Syringe*
(..'.*> cents) and Inhalera (r>0 cents) a iv great
aids in arresting internal bleeding.
1HPTHERIA ANDSORETilltOAT. Cse the Extract
promptly, lt is a sure cure. Delay is danger
CATA KUH. The Extract is the only specific for
Ihisdisease, Cold In Head. ?te. Our .. Catarrh
Cure," special 1} prepared lo meet serious
cases, contains all the nutritive qualities ol'
the Extract; our Nasal Syrince is invaluable
for use in (Manila! affections, Il simple und
inexpensive. For old mid obstinate eases ns;?
our .. Catarrh Uure."
?ILKS, BLIND ni.KKMXO. or ITCHING, it is thu
greatest known remedy-rapidly curing when
other medicines have failed. Pond's KktMOt
Medicated raper for closer use ?sa preventa
tive against Chating and files. .(Mr Ol II Imo nt
is of great service where the removal of
clothing is inrouveiiieut. %
FEMALE COMPLAINTS. No physician need bo
called hi fortlie majority of female diseases,
if the Extract be used. FuR directions accom
pany euch bottle.
PnrSICIAXSof all Schools recommend and pre
scribe Pond's Extract. We have letters from
hundreds who order it daily, in their practice,
for Swrlllugsofnll kinds, (?U?UKI. Sore Throat,
lull.iincil Tonsila, simple and chronic Him r>
lioea. Catarrh (for which '.tis a tpevijic), Chll
blaius, Frosted Peat, IttlaM of Insects, .UOH
qultos. etc. Chapped Uandi, Kare,ami indeed
all manner of Skin Diseases.
PA RM KIES, Stock Breeders and Livery Men should
always have it. Le tiling livery and street-car
stables a New York and elsewhere always
use it. Kpralus, Harness and Snddui dialings,
Cuts, Scratches, Snelling*, KtilTursK. llleedhur,
etc., are ail eontroUed by it. HF"On account
of the expense, of the Extractas adapteil f.ir
safe use in ItddeRcato Application to HCMAN
AILMENTS, wo have prepared u pr?paration fin
VRTKRINARY PiiRTOSKd only, which contains
all the strengthoi the Extract. lWappi;enli.?n
to animals, in a cheaper form Price; per
gallon, VETERINARY K3GTRACT, $2.??.
CAUTION.- Poiid'a Extract, is 6old only
in bottles, enclosed |h bu ft" wrappers, willi the
words, .1,0.\'1?'S.12XTRALT, blown in the glass.
It is never sa il in luiib. No one eau sell it
except in our own bot I les as above described.
SPECIAL rnEPAnATioNs OP POND'S EXTRACT COM
' JilKED WITH THE PUREST ANO MOST DELICATE
PEKFrMES FOU LADIES' llOl'DOIU.
POND'S F.TTRACT. .:.0c.. SI .00 and SI.73.
Toilet Cream.I 00
Ul Salva . 25
Toilet Soap,.;cal,.- .) r?0
NiiKul Sx ria tr ?. Ku
Medicated Paper... ti
Any of f'.ose preparations will be sent car
riage free ut above prices, lu lots of $5 worth, an
receipt of morfey or P. O. order.
Ora NEW PAMPHLET \rrrn HISTOUY OP OCR
PREPARATIONS, SENT FRISK ON APPJLMUTIOSI TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO..
No. 14, JV. 14th St., New York.
Hold by all DntfitjiaLt.
Dec. 4, 187??. ly
II. w. morns, JR. V. FI. WAKIM.AW.
RETTIS & WAR Ii LAW,
attorneys at Law,
RDOKFIKf?D 0,1 ff., fi. C.,
Will practice in all the Courts of the
May 2fi, issn. Rm2T?
THE BEAIF0RT CRESCENT
8. II. R0IWKRS, Rdiljr.'
Ptihhiih?t Brnufor), # C., ?my
Tint nula p.
Subscription 93a Vital in Alliance.
Rend for ffprnhntn Oojty.
July 27, 1880. If ai
B LAIS KS of every description for
pale at this oflice, or will he printed"
Nov. 39-if HO
USED for Babbitt Metal for Gin
Heads Mill Pipes, &c., for Rale
Rt this office.
Nov. 19-tf 50
Imost respectfully inform, my friends
and customers, generally, that I liavo
removed to ,
190 BBOAD ST,,
Below JAS. A. fl RA Y ?t Co's., and will
offer to them, at lowest prices, a mngmri
cent Sto(;k of (Jocks, Gold and Silver
Watches, Chains, Ear Rings and Pins,
Bracelets, Lockets, and also
SOLID SILVER WARE.
Spectacles, and Fancy Goods of every
variety. Special attention oaid to Watch
^nd Jewelry repairing.
?Sf ALL irORK WU) lt ANTED.
J. H. PRONTAUT.
Augusta, G^ Oct. 2. 1R70- ly 4?.
THE undersigned have entered into a copartnership for lim transaction
ol a PRODUCE, COMMISSION and GROCERY Business, al. No. 88?,
ISroari M., next above O'DONNELL & RPRKE, under the firm name of
ROB ERT W A ETON & 00.
We respectfully solicit a continuance of Htvors extended !o tlie senior,
partner, by the Iraile in his connection with the firms of MOUTON & WAL
TON ami WALTON ? CLARK.
?er Consignments of FLOUR, BACON, g RAIN and COUNTRY PRO
DUCE generally solicited;
T. C; WALTON.
AneuEta, Ga,, Feb. 25, 1880. t,f 12
702 Broad Street, Coi? Mcintosh. .
IDS, WATCHES. JEWELRY.
REED Sc B^RTOINTS
Celebrated TRIFLE-PLATED WARE.
CLOCKS, W?NZES & FINE FANCY GOODS.
AIJOWMTA, OA., Nov. 27, 1870. . Iv?l
Jive. You Game, lo Paint ?
; JYEW ron TC
Ready for UPC in White am! over One Hundred Different Colors, made of
strictly pare White Lead, Zinc, ami Linseed Oil chemically combined. War
ranted tnn?ii Handsomer and Cheaper and to last TWICE AS LONG ai
any other Paint lt bas laker, thc FIRST PREMIUM st twenty of the
Sute Fairs of the Union, niid ison MANY THOUSANDS of tho finest
bouses in thc country.
ST. PETERS RV RI"?, P.A., .LUI. 10th, 1 77.
NEW YORK KN? M F.I, PAINT CO.
Gentlemen: We have sold large quantities of your Enamel Paint in titi
. ection of the country, and all parties having used Iii* same speak highly
of its durability and finish; and they find t he colors and mixtures just ?fi
you represent. There can be no heller paint for exposure to heat amt cold,
?nd:any nne'using it once will surely do so again. Yon have privilege to
usc our names lor reference. Respectful Iv,
( H A LEANT & C RA AF.
Mba?: NEW I ORK ENAMEL PA?NT ?O.,
178 PR ?NOE SM NET, N. V.
tay- SAMPLE CARI? SKNT FREE. ? I'Vh. lt'., nil
C. DI A La
COLUMBIA, S. O,
IMPORTER Ol' ANO DEA I.KR IX ORNERA I,
Always bas. the Largest Variety of Building Hardware, Mouse Furnishing
Goods, Mechanics' Tools, Eic, in this State.
Also, h vs Carriage ami Watton Buildingrand Trimming Material, < i rentar Saws,
Glimmers, Helling, Packing ami Lacing, Babbit Metal, Machine Oil,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths, Grindstones, Paints, oils, Window nias?,
Pllttv, Varnish, Glue and Brushes.
Sugar Cane Mills and Evaporators, and Sugar Pans, Thresher and Separators,
?.'an Mills, Fan Mill Gearing, Eau Screen Wire, Harrows, Smut
Machinery, Colton Gins, Corn Shellers, Straw and Stalk and Shuck Cutlers,
Hoes, Hames, Rakes, Porks, Spades and Shovels.
Plow Iron. Plow Steel, Plow Chains, Tire, Rand ami Horse Shoe Iron,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Steel Turning ami Hull Tongue Plows, Cotton Sweep-,
Hack Kami", Heel Holts, (Jrass Hods, devices, Plow Lines.
Wagon, foil, Welland Halter Chains, drain Cradles, (?rain ami Urass Scythes.
Has the Agency for the f'eleliratod and Superior
Which are sold at moally reduced prices; also, Castings for same of all kinds.
All Orders accompanied with the Money or satisfactory City References, will have
prompt and careful attention. [.lan 7, 1A80 ly?
Life & Bire Insurance Agency.
Ovoi\$100}(^^feo Assets Represeutt il in Old
est and Most Reliable American Companies.
AEL el?m-on of as.Mirabie risks will bc placed On the most favorable t erms
DWELLINGS, on thc FIVE YEAR TERM PLAN, a specialty-rate.*
less [.han half I he annual rales.
Eur particulars, address,
E. E. JEFF?RSON & CO.
Jan. M, 1880. llb] JOH NsTON. S. C.
-- i.n-r -' ? mm????mmiii?mB?ammm?mt?mmmmki?t?mmi??ui??iaktam a--nu
THO Doors Above Railroad Crossing, An?Ustar<?a.
MURKAY & BOYLE, Proprietors.
Tho Proprietors aro determined to make the "AITOIFSTA" ? First-class Hotel
in every regard, ami respectfully solicits tho patronage of tho traveling public.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PADI
NKVKK GKTS HARD.
CAN BK MS.DK ANY STRENGTH DESIRED. LABT
TWICK AB LONG.
DIS?M:: Cure! trithaut Drugging tie System.
Liver Complaint, ?' W*Y
Sifk 4 .\ervnu3
r Tin-e l' ut- < ",.,....ii Oj.wma liv AMorrtlon. No
NaxlAii* I'lltO '?'.'.i.,- llni?nMNM Al edidiwa are taken
into the Stomach. Tin- Vmli ure wont OV<T UM Wt
ol' tlie iftauMcli. nnvring UM> lina! Nerve fVnlrw,
.it-" (lie Live- ami Simim. h. A Kentle Ve-, i.il.le
'i'..:;ii.i J nMorl-.-.l i.ii.nliee?..-iiiuii..ii<)iiiie IMnndanit
I ?v?r.|Hir?Cytns iiielli, ..I. :i?!,iii!.ii?ii;:lhe LiviTamt
K!ihu%4 t., ht.itltli] n. t...H HIMI utrrmuheniiiii the
- f..m.i. !, i >,l;... I ,.?"). I'r.l.'K nf ?I AXH f.
KACIl. . Mili Olli iliil; 1?.i,,'-elli l'A Mail
.r 1 .. -.
" ..i . r.nl :?. CS li .V.miii Li morn ST.,
HOMES IN THE WEST !
WK are prepared lo furnish Homes
toOooThousaml inijnslrions Perm
era and Mechanics. We sell Lands on
lt) Years credit, atti per cent. We will
exchange lands in Eastern Arkansas for
improved property in North Carolina,
Kast Tennessee; West Virginia, Penn
sylAania or Ohio. Will trado Lands for
Liberal commissions paid to Agents.
JACKS & CO.
July 2nd, 1879-tf 30
Purchase Yet Offered.
i ? ft Q ACHES of Land, half a mile
??i t) MJ from Dom's Mills. A good
Dwelling House, Store, (Jin House, Harn
and Stalilos; three out houses; 100 acres
in cultivation. Improvements of greater
value than die price naked.
Terms verv easv. A drat rate bargain.
H. G. M. DCNOVANT.
Heal Estalo Agent,
March il, HMO. tf 13
Wi: WANT A LIM
tTKn number of|
active, energetic canvassers to engage in
a pleasant ami profitable business. Good
men will find (his a rare chance
TO It! A KR MON RY.
Such w ill please answer this advertise
ment Ly letter, enclosing stamp for re
ply, stating what husincss they have Leen
Aiigagfld in. None hut those' who mean
business need anplv. Address
I TX LEY, HARVEY it CO.,
ly.T0| Atlanta, Oa.
BARK COMER HOTEL.
F Of. Erl ELI) C. H., H. C.,
IB. JP. O O V _A Jct.
_OARD only |l.fi0 per day. Single
meals, 40 cents. Good Stable accommo
dation for Hordes- [jan 28 ly8
-^ " ? . ' ' 1 . ... I!
TAX NOTICE! ^
COTJNIY TBEAS^RKTB4? ?ron^e/f1 ^
EOOKFIKUD C. H., S. C.,. Aug. 16, '80. f
MY Books will bo op?n for collection
of Taxes at the following places on. a
days named: ; .
At Edg?fi?i?l fi. n f from Wednesday,
Sept. h'th, to Tuesday, Sept. 21si, inclu
Kimi ru m's Storp, Wedrtesdav, Sept 22."?
Tren Um, Tli?'rsday, .* 23 "
Johnston, Friday, " 24
Holder's Shop, Monday, "27
Bbutwell, Tuesday, M 28
White House, Wednesday, ?4 29
Libertv Bill, Thursday, 44 30
Talbert's Stor9, Friday, Oct. 1
Red Hill. Saturday, " 2
Edgefield C. H., fiom Monday, Oct. 4,
to Saturday, Oct 9, inclusive.
Cheatliam's, Monday, " ll
Pleasant Lane, Tuesday, ? f 12
Durst's Store, Wednesday, ' 44 13
Haiti wenger's, Thursday, :' 14 14
Meeting Street, Friday, 44 15-.
Caughman'^Store, Monday, *? 18.
Elheredge's Store, Tuesday, 41 19
Mt. Willing, Wednesday, 44 20
Denny's Store, Thursday, 44 21
OoleoMjjfcX I toada, Friday, 44 22
Hi?Hw)?v ?Ile, Saturday, .23
H. ^Wvntson A Rio's. Store, Monday,
Ridge Spring, Tuesday, Oct 26
Edgefield < '. H., from Wednesday, Oct;. I
27th, to Saturday, 30th, inclusive..
After which penalties will attach to all
unpaid taxes. It is very improbable
that the time for collection will lie ex
tended this year.
On Saturdays the Rooka will lie closed
ato'clock, P. M., if the business in
sight has been finished.
B; E. NICHOLSON,
8t37J, County Treasurer.
Application for Charter.
Mat Rock Lovely Benevolent.
NOTICE is hereby given that appli
cation has l>een made to O. F. Cheat
ham, Esq., Clerk of the Court of Com- "
mon PleasandHfreneral Session? I'orKdge
lield County, by the 4' Flat Rock Lovely
Benevolent Society," for a Charter under
tim A ct of General Assembly.
NELSON P?LMORE, Pres't,, .
PETER CURRY, Vice-Prest., .
FRANK GASKIN, Oovenior,
GEO. JONES, Sec'ry.
Sept. 1, 1S80. ' 2m39, '.
THE S?W C??mi?ilA C?T
LEGE of %
AGRICULTURE & MECHANICS
WJ LL BK OPENED for Hie ?nstruc
I ion of th* young men of the State, V,
on the Ti th October, in the buildings ofilie
old South Carolina College, with the fol
lowing Faculty, viz.: .
WM. ER MILES, LL.D., *
Pirritlmt, and Prrifeiisnr of English
.1 AMES WOO WIG W, Pu D.. D. D,
Profensor nf Geology, Mineralogy, f?ala
ny, and Zoology.
PfO/?kKor of Mathematics anil. Natural
WILLIAM BIJR8EY, Pu D.,
Professor of Analytical arid AgrienUural
C7iei)iixlr>/, anal Erpm'mcn/ol Agricul
TlITTi?N FREE TO'ALL. Room
rent for the year SH"). For further infor
mation, apply in the Secrelarv at Colum
Ry order of the Facnlt.v.
B KN J. SLOA N, Sec'y of Faculty:
Columbia, S. C., Aug. l-?> 1880.-2m37.
LIFE AND HEALTH.
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
SAFE AND SURE,
Til? Great Infernal aud Kiln na}
RHEUM AT ISM, N EURA LG IA, M A
laria, Diptberia, Pneumonia, Sore
Throat, Inflammation of the Lungs, Ac.,
Lame Back, Inflammation of the Kid
neys, Backache, Piles, Bunions or Sore
ness of the Feet, from whatever cause,
Burns or Scalds, and all Inflammatory
Diseases, Prickly Heat, Humors and all
diseases oft he skin. For all female com
plaints and weaknesses it baa no equal.
Thousands have been saved from an un
timely death by its use. Po not delay,
but try it.
ft is a household necessity. Full par
ticulars, in our Illuminated Card? and
Circulars, sent free, upon application hy
A trial will benefit yon. We guaran
tee satisfaction, or money refunded. 50
cents and $1 per bottle! Trial Bottles,
2.Sc. Sold by all Druggists.
SAMITKI. GKRRY A CO..
Proprietors, 2.17 Broadway, N. Y.
July 7, 1880. 10
Take Penn s Bit
ters for ^ie Liver
on-any Disease of
the Spinach. If
you are not Real
ly Relieved, your
June 2, l$S0.--tf2fi.
ACRES of Land, 5 miles
from the Green*ood ? Augusta Rail
road. A number of Tenant Houses
thereon. .Wood and Water abnn
Land productive. Trice moderate
R. 6, M. DUflfiVAIT,
llr.M. ESTATE AGENT,,
J^eiield C. H., S. C.
July T, SPP if 31
ONE of the most desira
ble residences in the
Village of Edgefield, locat
ed in the pleasantest and
most desirable part of the
town ; lot containing about
in a very high state of cultivation, clear
of nut grass; a large and commodious
dwelling, with Seven Rooms and Six
Fire Places ; a good well of never failing
water at ihn door, as good as there is in
i lie xv hole Village; Kitchen with four i
good rooms and two fire places ; dalry .,,
and smoke house, crib, large barn, and
stables for 8 or 10 horses ; good carngo
house, fowl lion se, Ac, A., Ac.
A good bargain can lie had, and pos
session given at once.
? R. G. M. DUNOYANT,
Real Estate Agent.
Jan. 1-ir 4
Pure Virginia leaf I
JUST received a large lot of Pure Vir
ginia Leaf TO BA CCO,.which we are
selling at low prices. Call and see, at
O, L, PENN A SON'S
Aug. 10,-4t36] Drug ?ore.