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EDGEFIELD, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1881.
those Who Cont?mplate in
vestiert* 8w? ?state, or
Going into Business.
A OFFER a very desirable
HOUSE ? feS^rr
at Johnston Depot, on the Cj?H&, A Rail
road. The Dwelling Houae^vbicit is
entirely new from roof to cellar, contains
8 commodious rooms, two piazzas run
ning across, pantry, stove room, Ac.
The out-buildings consist of a ser van ts'
house, barn andelablfts. .
There iaalaoa-good well of water on
the place, which has a bouse over it.
The most desirable purchase yet of
fered, and-ese, of the most pleasant pla
ces in the thriving village of Johnston.
Apply in person or by letter to
afb, G. M. DU NO VANT,
Real Estate Agent
Nov. 24, 1880. tf?l
? Bargain I A Bargain !
AVALUABLE TRACflTOF LAND,
containing One Hundred and Eigh
ty-seven and, aiialf-Acres, more or lees,
lying just beyond, the incorporate limits
of Edgedeld village, about two acres'ol
it extending within said limits. Upon
the land is a good Dwelling House of two
stories and 8 rooms, with tire-places to
each room, besides a store-room attached
and a servants' house in the "yard. '-Also
good Gin House, .3 ?wo story Barn, and
~ble rocpsJp?aay use. The place has
three tenas* wmses, conveniently ar
ranged, upon it; and it is wei.' watered,
having several fine springs, and .suffi
ciently timbered. Terms reasonable.
Apply to cr address, _
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
SfsrcbS, if 13
Orangeburg IM? for Sale.
-| Q/^/"! ACRES orfine-dFarming
A Ov/V/ Iranda in Orangeburg Co.,
on South Ed is to River, -air x miles .from
Midway Station on theHK^ Jud .road,
400 under cultivation, the larger portion
of which ffe 4MOhefrlfec. T^ie upland
Eortion is nn#nf wtw.fand? ?ie t) ver j
ottoms sult^corn admirably. On the !
place is a tine Dwelling House, 54 it. by
40, 6 rooms, 2 chimneys, 4 fire places, 14
loot passage way, piazza in front and pil
lars under the Louse, which is six feet
off the ground. A number of out-build
lnga, Gin House, Gin. Head, fine well of j
water, Ac, Ac. Will be sold cheap.
Apply to R. G. M, DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent
Feb. 3,1880. tf9
"ISTA IjjjjtpG LOTS
s *?*. r " ?. .
IHAVE 16 Building Lota in Augusta,
In the upper' part of the city, io ex
change for Cotton Lands, or Plantation.
Lauds must be convenient to Railroad.
Apply to, oe add ress,
. Jt O..M. DUNOVANT,
. Real Estate Ageut,
. i ,:. .. .EdgetieldC; H., S. (?.
Dec. 22,1880.-. tf.J
ar chase Yet Offered
2f!f O ACRES of Land, half a milt
fj ?i from Doru's Milis. A good
Dwelling House, Store, Giu House, Barn
and Stables ; -three out houses ; 100 acres
?n cultivation. " Improvements of greater
value than the price asked.
Terms very easy. A first rate bargain.
.. "E.G. M. DUNOVANT,
. Real Estate Agent.
March 3,1880. tf 13
IOFFER 263 acres of fine cotton lands,
on Chevis Creek. The place has on it
4 cabins.. ^ - ? . .
Rents taie year; for S bales of cotton.
The purchaser-will get the advantage of
this year'? rent.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Ageut
Feb . '81 . trio
m ~m ? moimi
1rmi ACHIES more or less, in AIK
4 l/*EN COUNTY. ONE MILE
from C. C.' dr'A. R. R., adjoining lands of
Lark Sweareng?n and others. 8rt veres
uuder cultivation-two cabins. Oood
teuant oakthe land, who will show the
place to persona desiring to see lt.
Apply to oraddress
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Beal Estate Ageut, F.dgeheld, S. C.
THE CHOICEST PROPERTY
THAT LARGE AND SPLENDID
?LOT ONM*IN STEET O?? WHICH
STOOD TUE TILLMAN
SAID LOT FRONTS TO THE NORTH
on Malu Street, 150 featHand has a
magnificent Southern exposure from the
rear, which in the Southern climate is a
mighty desideratum. The whole lot
contains two and one-half (2J) acres more
or lees, all bftt lying in the very heart of
the town. .For .70 or 80 feet Lom the
street this lot Jles ona dead level, after
which lt slopes In the gentlest and most
beautiful manner to the rear line, afford
ing unparalleled , spots for gardens,
patches, meadov'sand fruit trees. Eith
er as a site for a grand hotel, with all Its
appurtenances, or for a row of stores, this
lot has absolutely no equal in Edgefield.
This fine property will be sold as a whole.
Terms Will he made accommodating.
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Nov 17-tf Real Estate Agent.
STEEL WIRE FENCE.
THE above cut-represents & section
and Gateof a strong, cheap, and dur
able Steel Wire Feuee which is now be
ing used at theUorth and Northwest in
preference to any other kind of fencing.
Wherever it bas been tried it has given
great satisfaction; "
It is a net work without barbs and will
keep out small pigs or any other animals
that may Injure gardens ?r farm crops.
It makes no shade aucFahelters no ene
mies to crops or poultry.
It ls just the fence for Gardens, Lots,
Lawns, Paika and Cemeteries.
Beinp dipped in Rust-proof paintit will
last a life time, and IR better than board
lenee in every respect
It ia easily and quickly pnt up.
Specimens of Fence and Gates
where a a
Any KRTisKR building,
ept on hand, and where
to price, Ac, can be
' BONES, DOUGHERTY k i
A Complete Stock of
5 PLANTATION HARDWARE,
j We are also the Sole Agents Tor Mc
j CORMICK REAPERS, MOWERS and
SELF-BINDERS, MONARCH EN
GINES, MIAMI POWDEH, BUFFALO
I SCALES, Ste
j All prices guaranteed.
Bones, Dougherty & Co.,
Hardware Merchants, Augusta, Ga.
June 7,1881. tf 27
THE HUMAN TlVEffS
SALVATION ! ! !
Numerous voluntary testimo
nials and largely increased sates
prove that PENNS' BITTER'S
-the Greatest Liver Medicine
of the Age-is rapidly winning
its way as the sure and simple
Salvation of the Human Liver.
For all Dyspeptic Diseases
PENN'S BITTERS ! !
Dr. Jas. J. Seigler
.Wm. practice in the Counties of
EDGEFIELD and AIKEN.
Orders for work of any kind in his
line will receive prompt attention.
Post Office address : J on XSTON*S. C.
June 15, 1881. . tf28
F. W. WAOKNKR. GEO. A. WAOKNKR.
F. W. WABEMEB ? CG.
GROCERS AMI) LIQUOR DEALERS
We keep one of the largest STOCKS
that has ever been offered in the South,
and is complete in every respect, and wo
propose to compete for the trade with
any market in tho United States.
We have our new building completed,
which is conceded to be the l?gest Gro
cery House in the country, and we have
our stock under one roof, which enables
us to handle goods to the very best ad
Our imported WINES aud LIQUORS
are brought out by ns direct in bond,
and we warrant our goods absolutely
pure. Our OLD CROW RYE and OLD
NIC CORN WHISK KY is so well known
that they require no comment. We
would, however, call attention to our
stock of very old FRENCH BRANDY,
SCOTCH and IRISH WHISKEY, JA
MAICA ?nd ST. CROIX RUMS, MA DEI
RA, SHERRY and PORT WINES.
We are prepared to till Sample Orders
lb.* LIQUORS, or will send samples of
any Goods we have in stock.
__ ER A LE, CI DER. ?_. .
LEMON SITO AR,
We are agents for the best imported
CHAMPAGNES, and sell at same j>ri< as
as the New York agents.
COVINGTON, KY., May I, 1881.
Ollie of Fd. Burkholder, (-hemist, Ac
I have careful) v analyzed a sample of
"OLD .CROW WHISKEY,M
distilled for and controlled by Messrs. F.
W. Wagener A Co., Charleston, S. C.,
and Ann it free from all impurities, and
recommend it for family and medical
Use. El> llTTRKHOI.DKR,
BEEF AND PORK PACKERS,
FAIRBANKS' SCAI ES.
STULTZ'S CELEBRATED TOBACCO,
GULLET'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN,
MCCARTHY'S IM PROVED LONG
KNICKERBOCKER HOLLAND GIN,
JULES MUM?1 Cli A M FAG N ES,
TOLU ROCK AND RYE, ORIENTAL,
LOW PKIfES Mil URDE SALES
T. M. H. Q. T. S.
PIANOS AND ORGANS !
The Best amt Most Celebrated
Instruments in America.
Gr. H. CT.
PURCHASERS SAVE FROM 810 TO
|50 BY VISITING OR CORRES
GEO. 0. ROBINSON & CD.
BEST ITALIAN SPRINGS.
IJ. "P? (j? s.
TWENTY PER CENT. SAVED TO
Timing: :m?8 Repairing;
By C. H. TAYLOR, the only author
ed Tuner of the Music House of the
o nth, Augusta, Ga.
G. 0. ROBINSON & CO.
Jan .24. 1881. ly?5
W. E. SPEIR,
?nd Specifications at jModerato charges.
OFFICE No. 8 LAW RANGE,
ALMOST ENTIRELY YEW
IF YOir WAIT BA?MIIS
WE ARE HEADY WITH THEM.
HAVING gone lo New York late in the sea wu, T bought a great many good H less
thain their value, and therefore can sdi them cheap.
My stock was carefully selected. No old goods that have accumulated for several
years. They are burned. Rid of thom. Everything new and fresh.
Our stock of Domestics is full in every line.
Beautiful Prints at 5 cents and up. The prettiest Print? (lint have been shown in
this Town this season.
Lovely Dress Goods at 10c. and up.
Bleaching at 5 cents to the best at IO cents.
Red Flannel, all wool, at 15 cents and up.
Good Cotton Flannel at 10cents.
Nice hemmed Handkerc! iefs at 5 cents and up.
Barege Veilings, all colors, at 25 cents a yard.
Good Machine Oil at 5 cents a bottle.
All qualities of Pants Jeans, Cassi meres, Waterproof Cloths, Suitings, Black Al
pacas, Black Cashmeres, Silks and Satir.fc at prices which challenge competition.
Splehdid stock of Table Oil Cloths, Linen Doilies, Towels, ?ci
Elegant assortment nf Corsets, Hosiery and Gloves.
In Novelty Goods oar assortment is unsurpassed and prices lower than heretofore
Notion Department entirely restocked with new goods.
Buttons-look at them. Button? of every description, price and without end.
All kinds of Machine Needles.
Special attention is invited to our stock of-ft^
Gent'* Hats, Clothing, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs ami
Scarfs, Shoes, Stationery, Saddlery, Hardware,
Crockery, Tinware, Fancy Groceries, ?tc.
T don't buy inferiorgoods and can sell good goods as cheap as anybody.
Thanking my customers for past patronage, I shall try and merit a continuance
of the same in the future. Give us a call and we will convince you that we mean
all we say.
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
THE THOMAS SMOOTHING HARROW.
Section 3 cuts ten and a half feet.
Section 2 cuts seven feet
AVERY'S 3-HORSE SULKY PLOW
AVERY'S THBEE.H0RSE WALK1KH CULTIVATOR
THE HUGHES THREE-EORSE SULKY PLOW
AND TWO-HORSE WALKING CULTIVATOR.
rpHK above Implements have proven lo be great, labor saving machines by
A. tua! experiment. Good rcierem-ps given. Sold at factory prices by
N. L. BRUNSON, Agent,
EDGF.FJKLDU II:, S. C
OV Kl it .(?ATS
UN T>ER WE A ii
UN DER WE \ li
UN DK RWE AR
LARGEST SELECTION IN THE CITY!
O V I? RUO A TS
AM. AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES-THEY MUST RE SOM).
A W. BLANCHARD,
KO It J. C. Ll 1?LO WAi CO.
711 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
mm Mil nm ?RV GOODS, tm-tm timm
Mens' Suits Made to Order!
Lowest prices ror|c&sh. Please give me a call.
sep29 3in] L. B. WHATLEY Johnston, S. C.
BOHLER & PIERSON
?MBj?\l?? krna) yy^?i^jj ^J^IL,T^
Corner of Broad and Kollock Streets,
Do jill kinds of repairing and painting, anti beyond doubt soil
IN THE STATE.
Si pl 22-jan 1.
TD. HM. F'XJIliXjES??.TOKr
All kimi? of Cooking Stoves, Ranges,
Shite Mantels, Tubs, Wash hoards, Bread
Trays, Biscuit Hoards, Roding Fins,
Wooden and Stone Churns, Tin Bed-room
Sets, Bath Tubs. Milk Buckets and Pans,
Water Coolers, Bird Cages, Lanterns, Tea
and Codee Pots, Andirons, Shovels ami
Tongs, Smoothing Irons, Crockery and
(JlasHware, Spoons, Knives and Forks,
Sieves, Knife-brick, Stove-polish, Coffee
Mills, Sheet Tron Stove Kans, Warde and
Wafer Irons, Iron and Tm Saucepans,
Oranite Iron Ware, tho nicest ware ever
made for cooking vessels Wholesale
or Retail. Cheapest Place to Buy
Augusta, Ga, Mar. 1, 1881.- ielS
. E. Li
li ii mtmm
TBE ADVERTISER BUILDING-.'
DIG ll MEDICINE 1PMI1
Iwould ro?^^ftilly announce to ruy friends, patrons fowl the pnhlM gATierally
that, havir^ "?w had time since the lire to get my linatnegfi into sli-ipi once
more, I am personally conducting my Department:of
fGROCERIES AND WINES
in the ba??einr-;d ol'the Advertiser building, while my
PRUC AND 'MEDICINE
Department is carefully superintended at my private rosidenoo hy Mr. PRESTON
CALHOUN. (In both Oft[iese Departments uiy stock is again Karge, Varied and
Complete. Aid thanking my friends and natrons lor their kindness in the past, I
very respcctfi/ily solicit a continuation of their consideration and good will.
AV- E. LYNCH.
"Whlolesale ancf. Hefa il
n A ox.
Owilg io tho shortness o?' tho Coi ton
Crop arid tho ttigh Prices of Provisions,
wo h?vp determined io ofter our wry [ar?>c
and eaiofullv selected stock of
BOOTS, SHOKS & HATS,
FQR FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
ORDRRS Uv mai I receive prompt and ean-ful uttentioii. We ex lend a -urd?a
ihvitati'pi io all needing good- io our line lo examine our st<?.-k. as we an
confident the^ will save time and mom y l>_\ so doing.
m MUL??ERlN ? CO..
[70 and 913 Broad Rt s August Gf\
Feb 2-ly Ol
--Ment?---M aa- BM easy r-.iunt. xr:x :?2sssa?ca?sMB i**'dH*x?:<es:=cv?i?
J. w. WA l.r./j1 ' v; J . r.w--TON
(Successors I a WAKV.I ' W : s. . ..!.: A <"'> i
fi ' i / (
LS r A Ul Uno.
s m) ammmm mminm,
729 and) 731 Reynolds St., - - AUGUSTA, GA
Ll lierai adyaneea made mi ennsignmen!s at low rn?-> of ? uteri ? !'. ... :i ig ami
ties furnisliCi' at Inwesl market pri?e, tfsriei pei - na! vi .n g?vi II IO weightily
md selling witton,
Octroi* (Fiami Burgtor Pr???!1 KniV*,
Hotted Standard 'Uratan,
, ElaE9?* SrNlFfw??iij? Doflosi Usn,
'? 5 tua tin i* J ^vi'tili'i.vvs.
rirr**'-? --r~-n -~i_?.. B/SS5E8BS? - IS85B?5iS?MCfiBi
TO Ti anon iw ?G??.J) I\
Von wi i I ii i id ?I |o v .: i ii : : ' ' ? c;dl nil
M ? li I
610 BISO AD STREET, A?G.U? TA, GEORGIA
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL
H> scW $v:ulv* ol' S? c?Ktt, WI ff*!*, 441 XS
and BHAMIfliW liy keg, gallon, (piart and Iii k. Al- . < : :i t? ? ami TOISA'CCO
>. :.? \: Ai in lilJicIl tioiil 111) 1- A .
al lowest prl
res in i he t'il s
We have al so lilted np ?u i legaul i:.iv ai d
M. daily, KU BB OK CH A KG K.
TO PI.V.ASK CUSTOM RES IS OUI! M \ I S fl M ?: ,'T.
Hill ll ROAD STRBBT, oppodto '.I l.'t'sTA litiiRi?
OPTICIAN ARID oIE^MLEI!,
- nr.Ai.rn ix
qiNDS of JEWELRY and SI?VERWARE
hvATOJI ES ANO CLOCKS lil PA IK Kl) KY KXTKHTS.
Yciur Patronage Solicited
OLD SjTAND OPPOSITE CENTRAL HOTEL
$ST 1^ pROAD STREBT, AUtiUSTA, CA. iioV17-^m.
Mnccstosa i i i min i m -i -- i
m i IM
7(12 lli'oad S?rcct, Cor. H?'IS??JSSI.
DIMONDS. WATCHES. JEWELRY.
STERLING SIL VE a WA ? F,
Oe! bruted TRIPLE-P??TED WARE.
CLOCKS, BRONZER & FINE FANCY GOODS.
AIIOUSHMI, BA., NOV.27, ISSl'l. lv.7il
9tWmm Al V MAAS, A AIWatfl
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scald}, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear end Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equal* ST. JACOBS OIL
cs ?i sufi; miro, simple and cheap External
Itrucdj. A trial entails but the coniparadvelv
trifling outlay of 50 Tents, nm) every one ?ufferint;
with pain '.-an have cheap and positive proof of iu
Dfrccuotti in K.V.ec Languages.
SOLD BY ILL DBUGGIST3 AND DEALEE8
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Jtnltimi,rr, Mri., Uff}: A.
Combino tho choicest cathan Tc principles
in medicine, in proportions accurately ad
justed to secure activity, certainty, and
uniformity of effect. They are thc result
of years of careful study and practical ex
periment, and arc the most effectual rem
edy .yet discovered for diseases caused hy
derangement of the stomach, liver, and
bowels, which require prompt and effec
tual treatment. Arm's PILIS are spe
cially applicable to this class ot diseases.
They act directly on the digestive and
assimilative processes, and restore regu
lar healthy action. Their extensive use'
hy physicians in their practice, and hy
nil civilized nations, is one of i.ic many
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
perfectly reliable purgativa medicino.
Being compounded ot" the concentrated
virtues of purely vegetable substances,
they are positively free from calomel or
any injurious properties, and can he
administered to-children with perfect
Arm's Pii.t.s are an effectual cure .Vor
Constipation or Costiveness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia? Loss of Appe.Mi ,
Foul Stomach and Breath, l>i.-./.i?
ness, Headache, Loss of Memory,
Numbness, Biliousness, Jaunrilec,
Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin
Diseases, Dropsy, Tumors, Worms,
Neuralgia, Colic, Gripes, Diarrhoea.
Dysentery, Gout, Piles, Disorder's of
the Liver, and all other disease--. : suit
ing from a disordered state ol th ? diges
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal.
TVhile gentle in their action, these
PILLS are the most thorough and search
ing cathartic that can be employ..', and
never give pain unless the bowels are in?
Hamed, and Mien their influence is heal
ing. Tliey .stimulate the appetite and
digestive organs; they operate to purify
and enrich the blood, and impart re
newed health and vigor to the whole
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER &, CO.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLU Br ALL DBUCOISTS EVERYWHERE.
Pain in the Back and Side.
: There ls nothing more painful than diese
diseases; hut the pain can be removed and
the disease cured by use of Perry Davis*
Tiiis remedy is not a cheap Benzine
or Fetroleuui product that must he kept
away from fir? or heat to avoid danger
of explosion, nor Is it un untried experi
ment that may do more hann than good.
Pain Killer has been in constant use
for forty years, and the universal testimony
from all parts of the world ls, lt never
fails. lt not only effects a permanent cure,
but it relieves pain almost Instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, lt ls sare
la the hands of thc most Inexperienced.
Tiie record o? cures by the use o? PAIN
KILLER would lill volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who have tried lt think:
Edrjar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says :
About a year duce ruy wife became subject
to severe Buffering from rheumatism Onr
resort wis to tho PAIN KILLIE, which Hpeerlily
Charles Powell write3 from the Sailoi-'
Home, London :
I had been afflicted three year? with nenralgia
euri violent spaHuvtof the stomach. The doctors
at Westminster Hospital save np my case in
deapair. I tried your PAIN KILLER, sud1 lt gave
mo Immediate relief. I have retrained my
strength, and am DOW able to iollow my lisna!
G. H. Walworth, Saco, Me., writes :
I experienced tamwMtta relief from pain in
thc side by thc ate of your PAIS KILLER.
1 have used your PA IN KILLER for rheumatism,
and have received (Treat benefit.
Barton Seaman says :
Have iweri PAIN KILLER for thirty years,
anil have found it a i>rrrr.j'aiU>i>j remedy for
rhannmtism and h menues.
Mr. Burditt writes :
Ita?rer/W(?tOjrlvexenaftfl caseaof rheumatism.
Phil. Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
From actual USA, I know your Pus KILLER
i- thu heit med!doe I ccu got.
All druggists keep PAIN KILLER, I.s price
ls so low that lt ls within the reach of all,
and il w 111 save many times Its cost tn doctors'
hills. Mc, 50o. and $1.00 a bottle. C
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
Tho ll??re?l and lie?! .'!< 'Urine uer Made.
AevlmMtiaUon of Mops, Buchu. Man
d takle and Ditritfeiiciv ir? ?II ow ????ad
most ?1 nra liv? i ' .?? oilier linters,
MakasYthogr-m"-'oort Purifier; Liver
i ii- alia lustering
Thc; ri-i ro
To ?ll ?rita
ty i.i llMilMtivelsot
OjUi?C SH A|.pi'IIZ01'
Hop Hitters mo
Xo innllsr whatyoitr fo
ai o II bat nu]
te IV. I >.>:." L null lilli il you .
only feel ISM! or i ?.. ...iii
lt muy g ivo your Iii*, .lilis
$500 will I*paid fora.
e*t?t wliero Hop
. ut>.MiiMi Irregularl
y organ*, or ?im te
il uno mihi Stimulant,
lie, witllOIlt IlltOX
llmr? >>??? -ymptmita
lil is ir , Hop |llt>
slr? i.ni if yo?
?et'irm ur mien.
? tln-y ?III not
: j nu? (runua
IWlLW -. WU GNU
snirer.liul iisaaiul in
Ile.?titer, Hop W
drunken nostrum, la
Med* i"1 prer iwnk! :
nml non:" ami ii?
shonM i"' ?
t.,. I>| um:.-ll
narrotlcs. Al.' ?"l I Ormptarfs. Ssud
foi'CireuUr. Hop nuten ?ff. Ca.,
.i l Irrcsbti ils euro i
nMuai, tob?ceo snd|
C?lico drinkers should read the adver
lisemont in another column headed
tv o od Coffee.
TERMS : $2.00 per Annum.
0?S AGENTS :
W. W. OWDOK, Chappell?, ?. C.
W.H. YBLDELL, Longini rea.
JOHN H_ HUIKT, Batoevill?.
W. A. ODOM, Meetiug StreeL
J. K. DURST, Kirkseys X Road?.
E. B?. FORREST, Mine Creek.
TYRB ETHERKDGK, Leesville, 8. C.
J. E. Coox, Granitevllle, 8. a
Dr. JOHN B. ABNEY, Langley, 8. (4
N. W. BROOK-KR, Ridge, S. C. j
JOHN CAUGHMAX, Caugbman's Sto.
WILLIAM KI.VARD, Etheridge.
J. 8. MERCHAOT, Merchant.
LOCA? ITEMS. J
The Rev. W. T. Hundley has been
again called to fill the pulpit of our Vil
lage Baptist Church two Sundays in each
month, has accepted, and will preach'here
on Sunday next. He will also remain in
charge of the Johnston Church. The
Rev. Mr. Walker will preach in our Epis
copal Church on Sunday next. The Rev.
J W; Barr will prench in our Methodist
Church. The Rev. Mr. Mood will preach
at Middle Ridge on next Saturday and
Sunday mornings. ^Now, in the begin
ning pl the new year, we would be obliged
to i he preachers throughont our County
to send u* their appointments.
Callion and Ward Abroad.
The only two of our representative*
that went, with the Legislative party to
the Atlanta Exposition weie'tbe Bon.
.Tames Oailisou andj ?the L'on. Clinton
Wc hear nf Sunda} - ehool Christmas
trees in all ??otiere. of our county-at
Harmony, at .Io!.liston, at Spann'a at
Ridge Spriig, at Baleaburg, at Antioch,
at Middle Ridge, allied Hill, at Moun.
I Stewards' .Hefting. -
At the -npieat < f Major Abram Jones,
C lair man, we announce that a meetiug of
the Bo.ird ol' St?*wards of Edgtfield Cu>
I cjit will be held at the Baronage at Tl
o'clock A M. on Monday Jnext, January
2nd. Major Jones begs that hie brethren
be prompt and punctual.
The Excepted Counties.
Jn the general stock law hil), which bas
become a law, the count:?s absolutely ex
cept d aie Horry, Georgetown and Wil
liamsburg. Thone excepted nntil the 1st
October, 1882, are Lexington, Aiken, Ot
angeburg, Hampton,Colleton, Charleston,
Beaufort and Clarendon. Not ouy the
general stock kw bill, but also the special
?tock law bill fur Edge field County, paes
el both Houses.
I Seed Cotton Traffic.
I A. bil), ha s pwBitd- Ji&Ui Hotmca cf tte?
! ?>. all iM-sona whoim^
.??, . . ... ^;!?i I e, ?' ,cnged in the
1 raffia of seed cotton and unpacked lin?
cotton, to keep a record of the name and
place of residence ot the party from whom
tiley purchase, willi the amounts and
dates of purchase.
"The Child is Dead."
How often have Ibe sad words of I>avid
been re-echoed: "The child is dead; can
I bring him back again?" And this is now
the wail in the house of our beloved friend
and neighbor, for lil tie Blandina Reed
lief- dead-amid white flowers and un
wrapped rh mimas toys This lovely child
-one of the loveliest and brightest that
God ever gave to earth-departed thia
life on Tuesday morning Deoemlier 27th
aged six year?, and this afternoon, Wed
nesday, will be laid beside the gentle
mother who has already been two yearn
in In aven. Be.uti?ul little Blandina ie
'/one. with no sorrow pressing upon her
heart, with no dark foreboding of coming
evil, hui with a joy and happiness and
pc; c that shall be eternal. She bad been
udoplfdjby her aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Bland,
in whose ii onie, surrounded with all that
hum.ir. love and devotion could give, she
brest KV-? her lust-a victim of tell
VII Kat aud Xii l ies.
Mr ?Af Smithson (he Saluda, is inde
pern'.t IJL ol lien laws. Ile has lately killed
lil hogs which av? ?agni 220 Hw. each, net. .
Tin? largest netted 427 db*. Thirty-five
hundred poonda of home-lautd poik in
om- sm ikc-hmi e i And yet "you eau buy
baron cheaper tiiau'v? li <au taiee it," saya
the aven ge larmrr. And the baron of
i he average farmer ?9 s I ways "lien." The
firmer who ligures up in advance the cqst
of raising meat aud the ,profits of laiaing
cotton will never be much of a success;
but he who goes to work to raise hi?
com and bacon without legard to cost, hi
the "'an who will be euironnded with
?peace und fl?Lty, even wura pot.Ks. cou.e
and lien laws shalljie known no more.
All Our Mtthediat Preacher? 8??t
Hack to Ua.
Below we append the Conference ap
pointment* in the Columbia District tor
A. M. Chreitzberg, P. E.
Columbia, Washington Street, R. N.
Marion Street, J. L. Stokes.
City Mission, L. M l?ttle.
Ridgeway, G. W. Gratin.
Richland Fork and Columbia Circuit,
.1, W. D.ckson and E. G Price.
Winnsboro and Blackstock. G. .1. Grif
I lit hs.
Fairfield A J. Cauthen.
1 Chester Station, G. T. Harman.
Chester Circuit, J. M. Boyd
East Chester Circuit, .1. B. Campbell.
Rock Hill, J. C. Stell.
I Fort Milli W. W. Williams,
i -YorKville, R. P. Franks,
j - L-xin-ton Fork, H W.' W?iilaker.
Giiberl Hollow and lexington, J. E.
? Biteshurg, P. F. Kiatler.
. Saluda Mission (.Clyde's Chapel and
.Nv/areihj to be supplied.
Johnston, W. A. Bogers.
Eigefield, J. A. Mood.
Chaplain to Penitentiary, W. Martin,
i Columbia Female College, O A Iktrby,
Bf v. .1. B. Ti av wick is returned to Sa
luda Circuit and W. P. Meadora to North
. Edge field. Both of these latter circuir?
belong to the CokeBbury District.
! FATHER IS GETTINA WELL-My
i daughters say, "How much better
father is since he used Hop Bitters.*4
He is getting well after his long; suf
fering from a disease declared incu
rable, and we are so glad that he aaed
[ your Bitters.-A lady of Rochester,
N. Y.- Utica Berali. -