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te. T. Bacon. Thos. J. Adams
E. KEE8E, Corresponding- Editor.
?4gefieid, 9. C., Sept. 25. 1884.
8. GROVES CLEVELAND,
of New York.
JfflOlAS S. HENDRICKS,
fte State Ticket for 1804.
HUGH a THOMPSON.
JOHN C. SHEPPARD.
Secretary of &-te,
JAMES N. LIPSCOMB.
CHARLES RICHARDSON MILES.
JOHN PETER RICHARDSON.
WILLIAM E. 3TONEY.
Superintendent of Education,
Adjutant and Inspector-General,
A. M. MANIGAULT.
. For Congress, 2nd District.
GEO. D. TILLMAN.
For Solicitor Fifth Circuit.
R. G. BONHAM.
County Democratic Ticket !
W. J. TALBERT.
W. J. READY,
W. H. FOLK,
" G. W. TURNER,
J. P. BLACKWELL,
L. P. JONES.
W. H. OUZTS.
For Clerk of Court,
B. E. NICHOLSON.
For Judge of Probate,
W? P. ROATH.
For School Commissioner,
G. W. LOTT.
For County Commissioners,
H. B. G ALLMAN.
J. C. H. RAUCH,
w. L. MCDANIEL.
J. W. JOHNSON
W. L. STEVENS.
J. B. DAY18.
Let Edgefield Keep Abreast of all
The State Executive Committee of
the Democratic party have appointed
Thursday the 9th October, for tbe
mua meeting in Edgefield, and have
Assigned the following distinguish* d
gentlemen as speakers for that occa
sion: Hon. H. S. Thompson, Hon.
Wade Hampton, .Hon. Geo. D. Till
man, Hon. C. B. Milos, Hon. J. P.
Richardson Hoc. George Croft, Hon.
B. G. Bonham, Eon. Johnson Hagcod.
Thede speakers are eloquent ora?
tore and forceful reasoners, so that
those who attend the meeting will be
more than delighted with the occa*
sion Th e^eoyl e f |t?iM?ft?i1?M IBWiilil
dies and.gentlemen, olcWand yourg,
white and colored, should make it a
point to be present in our town on
tbe 9th October. The national can
vass has now become very interest
ing; and this will be the best time to
hear the issues of that canvass dis
cussed. The State campaign this year
\ will be short and sharp. South Car
.olins must help to elect Cleveland,
and Edgefield must help to increase
her majority. Let us all be p recent
to imbibe the-enthusiasm of the cam
paign, and help in enthusing those
around us. Other counties are pre
paring for a very grand and enthosi
astic day, and Edgefield should not
be behind the best. All our peopb
should turn out on the 9th October.
Tie Edgefield Male and Female
In another column, the Trustees of
thia Institution make a formal an
nooneement of its opening on Mon
day next. And just here we would
call the attention of the public to the
following editorial notice which we
find in the Augusta Chronicle and
Constitutionalist of Sunday last :
PROFESSOR W. D. SEYMOUR.-This
worthy gentlamen, who has for many
years presided over the Sibley Gram
mar School, ha? been lecently elected
to take charge of the Edgefield Male
Academy. Prof. Seymour is a dis
creet, devoted and.competent teacher.
With .an inventive mind, a warm and
sympathetic heart, and a high sense
of his exalted office, he has won the
confidence and esteem of our commu
nity. He has impressed his individu
ality, upon many a youth that attend
ed the Grammar School, who, no
doubt, will, in after years, shed luster
upon the napie of their former in
structor." In parting with Prof!. Sey
mour wo wish him much success in
bis new field of labor, and commend
him to the good people of Edgefield
gin the meantime one of the wealth- j
iest ead most intelligent citizens of our |
comfy writeBUa a forceful letter from !
Clark's Hill, urging our people to re
jax in no wise in their efforts to make
this school a great and permanent]
success. To this gentleman, who, we
know, has some idea of moving into
our community, we would say : "Come
along at once and help us." Two or
Ihree such' men,' with their families,
cem?d ?oon Bettie this important busi
ness on the right side.
We already hear of four or five
young persons, from Saluda sections,
who are coming to board in our town
to attend thia school.
Meanwhile the significant words of
our Clark Hill correspondent uhould
be our motto : " Let the preacher*
preach it, and the lawyers Ulk it,
and the doctors prescribe it."
'TBE TRIAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
There are certainly serious objections
to Ute system, and it is boped that the
next Legislature will put on its study
ing cap and invent a better system or
materially improve the present one.
rYoeee?icgs cf l.wiuive ? ctam.i
Ail GiOjp Ver? tarait J.y Ur?t?, XL> be
Out un the KInlh of October.
Our County Democratic Exeouti?e
Committee met in onr Court House
on Wednesday of last week.
In the counting of EdgeGeld'n vote
in the Primary Election, on Wednes
day, August 27tb, the summing up
was done by four separate commit
tees, appointed by the Chair. To
each Committee were assigned nine
bores. And when the work was done;
a iud the intense excitement, breath
less anxiety, and pell mell crush
which are inevitable upon such peca
sions, the four statements could not
be found. Indeed we ourselves, al
though one of the Secietaries of the
Central Committee, could lay our
hands upon only one of these state
ments. And this despite our earnesi
efforts. This being the case, the news
papers evinced very great energy in
compiling their tables, which were
correct in the main, and contained no
errors that could affect the final re
snit in any case. Having said thih
mach, the following preamble ano
resolution, wisely adopted by the
Central Committee on Wednesd <y the
17th, will explain themselves:
WHEREAS, the newspapers of EJge
field County, on their own responsi
bility, have published certain tabu
lated statements of the recei:t Pri
mary Election; and, whereas, in cer
tain of the Said tabulated statements,
so published, without the authority
of the Executive Committee, there
were manifest errors; aud, whereas,
in coosequenoe of these errors, there
is Borne dissatisfaction expressed
against the Executive Committee in
different parts of the County ; there
fore, be it
Resolved, That we deem it our duty
to slate that said publications were
not by authority ot this Commut?e,
and that we arc not responsible for
the eame; that the result, cf the elec
tion aa declared by the Executive
Committee, after the votes ot the dif
ferent Clubs were counted and aggre
gated, is a true and correct statement
of the result of said election; that
the ballots and reports of the man
agers of the different Clubs have been
preserved, and that any candidate
who desires to contest said result, and
can show good cause therefor, will be
granted a recount.
After this, the principal obje-ct of
the meeting being to make necessary
arrangements for the campaign meet
ing to be held in our town on the 9?h
October, the following resolution was
Resolved, That this Committee do
very earnestly urge upon the Presi
dent of each local Democratic Club
in Edgefield County the necessity and
du y of bringing out his Club, mount
ed and in good order, on the Otb day
of October, to attend the ouly State
campaign meeting whioh will take
place ?D Edgefield this fall.
The Committee of Arrangements
for the campaign meeting-:he Chiel
Marshal, &c, &c, &c.-will be an
nounced next week.
Augusta, Gibsou and Sandersville
Senator Callisou Inspect^the Enter?
CroBsties are now beirg rapidly
hewed out for the Augusta, Gibson
and Smdersville Railway, and last
week President Mitchell advertieed
for bids for 20,000 additional ties lip
on which to lay the track near Au
gusta. So preparations for track lay
ing are steadily progressing, and there,
is co reason that trains shall not run
between Sandersville and Augusta by
the first of January next.
In the meantime Sena'or Collison
writes ns the fellowing letter concern
ing this enterprise-an enterprise
whose great advantages may and
should extend soon to Edgtii-ld Sen
ator Callieon, in office or out cf office,
is bravely and inexorably devoted to
the internal progress and improve'
ment of Edgefield County. Let the
whole County bid him God treed, and
hold up his bands with all might and
KXRKSEY'S, S. C, Sept. 17, '84.
EDITORS ADVERTISER: I have just
returned lrom Augusta, whither I
went to ?ee the great Narrow Gauge
Railroad King, R. M Mitchell. He
assures me that his Road from Au
gusta to Sandersville, say 70 miles,
will be built and equipped for five
thousand dollars per mile, and that
the stock is now selling at par. with
only fifty miles of the Road graded.
Think of this I A Road for five thous
and dollars per mile, while other
Roads cost from 20 to 25 ihouPnnd
dollars per mile !
I have every assurance that for
thirty thou .and dollars we can grade
a Narrow Gauge Road from Edgefield
to Augusta, and that we can get all
the assistance we need if we will
raise that amount iii bona fide sub
Now I mean business; and I wili
apply to the next Leg stature, for a
charter to build a Narrow Gauge
Railroad from Augusta to Newberry
Ninety Six or Greenwood. And if
the Carolina. Cumberland Gap an
Chicago R. R. Company do not go to
work at once, we will extend it to
Abbeville via Troy. I believe we
can do it, and own our own Road as
an investment that will pay; keep
our enterprising young men at home ;
and develop and build up our County
more speedily than anythiog elpewill
do it. For this I sh-.ll now work,
eink or swim, survive or perish.
Very trulv yours,
Toe Newberry Radicals.
[Cor. of the licgistcr.]
NEWBERRY, September 14.-The
Republican County Convention met
here Saturday, 13th. S. H. Chappell
was made Chairman and Wm. Bird
Secretary. The session lasted al! day.
The following delegates were elected :
To StateConvention-R. W. Boone,
Henry Kennedy and F. L. Hick.?.
Alternates-B. W. Nance ami Ja?an
Jones. To Congressional Convention
-^-O. W. Whitmire; A. C. Connia,
Silas Dawkins, J. Q. Young and
Benjamin Sheptierd. Henry Kennedy
was recommended for County Chair
The delegates to the State Conven
tion will support Brayton for the
Chairmanship of the Slate Executive
Committee. ' H.
For tho Advertiser.
>.im Jones in the National i
TRYON CITY, N. C., Sept. li
MESSRS. EDITORS : Next i
after arriving ot Washington
on I might have slept till yet
winder was shut HO tight no 1
in and I waa up so high I h<
body Rtirring down stairs, or
at the bottom of the up anc
railroad and no getting up b
rung or no nigger come to bia
booU or bring fresh water. I
on a guess at the time and
aroaud the room I discovered
wall a little round thing the ai
Imu8t push instead of pull if I
anything. I didn't koow h(
concern worked but I put it
sort of telephone. So I p
thumb agin it hard and spoke
loud 1 send me up a nigger."
enough one knocked at the do
ty Foon. I found out I hadn't
minutes for breakfast, I had .sh
nigh 10 o'clock. " Why didn
wake me up and brush my bo
said to him." " Wny" he says
you didn't shake hands with
night when I brung in the ice v
Alter a few cuss words on my
the house he explained thusly : '
me, Sir, we waitera pends on
we calls ftes, sides de regier
and when de gentlemen gives
fifty cents, when we brings c
water and a quarter when he
his order at ne dinner table we
care of bim." Well I " shuck'
him and I never saw a livelie
low in my life for the time. H
ly lit into me with his haude a:
bresh. And then he opened y
thought waa a closet door and
cd me how I could get into a bi
and get a bath of hot and cold
or whicbsumever I chose an
showed me other convenient arr
msnts needless to mention on th
casiou. He soon had me dov
breakfast und having shuck 1
again I had no further, troub!
had a splendid breakfast and w
tor the day's tramp. As I was
ont ot the dining room I run e<
into a big looking glass on the
of the wall I took lor a double
and nearly iUttened myself,
yon oughter a beard the folks li
There was too many to cuss lou<
I t?ioiight hard and went on. I
met up with a lot of fellows ]
peded to ?ee and we got into a
and went to the Smithson iron 3
tute first thing. This is a nat
museum, and contains something
rions from almost all parts ol
won !. I couldn't begin to tell f
it, I saw so much. Gen. Wasb
ton's personal property and a "me
lite" waa the most interesting t
of all the multitude of things,
first was old fashioned blu? and u
china, cups and sausers and old si
spoons, goblets, forks with k:
handles, furniture, soforth and <
It looked like I waa to sombc
grandpa's sale. That meteorite et
ed to be a solid iirpgular ball of
aliout three leet in diameter. It
?aid to have tallen to the earth f
the f ky, hence its name. A tomi
large in the firmament have affi
for each other, the larger attraci
the smaller, until a nucleus of a
culatiDg body is lormed, enlar/
through ages to the dignity of a E
or else ita career ia cut short in ? i
yon'h and ?8 itee'* absorbed b;
larger body Th.?. young one
captured by mother Ear?h. By
T-u h'j(\ j or I-pd thl'jBK-'^ tty?,
Iree eide show"it waauintWi time
we adjourned to the hott-1 ami rega
the inner man royally. vVe tl
put out afoot down that street
stitetsthe Avenue for the Capi
McAdamised as are now the pm
pie streets of the city, once abomn
ble, boggy thoroughfares, it is
smooth aa a thor, and on it is to
seen every description of vehic
One horse two-wheeled street c<
without tracks to go on-using t
common roadway, some with lc
wheeis, bu3 like ; top buggies wi
be(\t high up behind for the drii
and -iii kinds of regular street c?
on tracks. But if I had the nami
over ot the town I would call it [
Cycietowu for I never saw so mai
as are here and some with tar
wheels which toted double before at
A* last we arrived at the Capit
aud Htraage as it is the most popul
way of going into it is through tl
back yard and by the hind door. F
this reason-away back when tl
city was first laid oil the part of tl
city fronting the Capitol got into tl
oaudd of speculators who put up tl
price so high tolks just went to tl
rear and there you will find the be
buiit part of the city. When we pr
senled ourselves at the door we wei
politely inf lined, " I o'clock was di
parted" and there waa no seeing ii
side fer locun*. Well we begin t
Btratygise. A North Carolinian i
the crowd asked for one o; the guan:
he knew from hie Sta e. Au Alabam
mau said he was Brucera iriend an
I sailed in on the fraternal relation
existing between S nator Butler an
myself. So the fellow wa9 astonishe
at the counties heard lrom aud so b
says gentlemen it's agiu the rule
but as you all came a long way am
have so m-?ny channels in w?ich yo
may be usetul I'll take great pleaaur
in showing you through. Genileme
d"iit forget it when you meet agai
your Honorable friends. He was
good clever chap and did show u
all to bc seen. First the rotuudu
Big around as a circus, with larg
historical pictures between ever
pilaster. And that dome, beautifu
beyond desciiption, with its lolt;
height carving* and frescoes. Thei
a smaller dome, that you can wbispe
at one side ot and hear at the otbt
and in its middle, wita statues of dis
tirgui&hed Americans contributed bj
different States-the men and th<
statues both sometimes from the sami
State. We looked in at the halls ol
the House aud fceuate where th?
WH119 now and then rebound with th<
lofty eloquence of the lawmakers o,
a great and grand na ion butmoie
often with the wasted breath of a
would be Cicero aa he pounds tht
desk and cleaves the a.r while he hol
lers. The guard took us around
ahowing ua the room of the Supreme
Court, committee room?, all but the
ascent of th^ dome. Our legs wasn't
in order lor that, we were about kill
ed up before we got through the
House, so thal motion went over for
a special day. Speaking ol guards,
quite u number are constantly on du
ty here, lor in the vaults in charge
o? the officers of the House and Sen
ate are sometimes millions of dollars.
At the head of the stairs leading up
to the galleries of each the House
and Senate are two magnifice.it pic
tures ene representing the develop
ment of the great West and the other
commodore Perry's victory on Lake
Erie. The Joneses don't think too
much ot blue-blood although piqnd
of Edgefit-ld and hem butas I looted
at the.laat picture I could not bel
feeling proud myself that Gen.
Burler had some of that old hero
b^cd in bia veins. And then we
proud of him too, so it fits. It wac
nigh dark an we passed from theCapi
toi to the Botanical Gai dens, which
we only sorter glanced at as we pass
ed along. Some cf the girls about
the village haB had flowers from them
with lull descriptions, I bet-no use
to write 'em up-ask them about them.
We went to supper and after that
some of the crowd (mind I did not
use the personal pronoun) went some
where to a sub terranean place where]
Madam Oates, the actress, was mak*j
ing fun. I went to bed.
To bc continued.
For the Advertiser.
Let tbe Preachers Preach It, and
the Lawyers Talk It, and tbe
Doctors Prescribe lt
CLARK'S HILL, August 18, '84.
MESSRS. EDITORS : I notice in the
last issue of the ADVERTISER an arti
cle, by J. L. Addison, Chairman of
Board of Trustees, from which I learn
that the Trustees have had a meeting
recently, and j urpose starting a Hi?,h
School, male and female, at Edge
field C. H. This is certainly a p?o
gre8sive step and a move in the right
direction. Having children to edu
cate myself, and having had some
indefinite idea of goiDg to the villaj
to live, I am trulyglad to see that t\
people of that place are waking
to the importance of home school
for the'education of our children, and
to the very great neceesity of a High
School, male and female, at Edgefield
C. H. And now, Messrs. Editorr;1
if you have, and I know y>o- bave,
the good of the sow-and daughters in
and around Edgefield Village at
heart, and feel very deeply interested
in Edgefield's future prosperity, and
would like to tee the vacant houses
in and rrouud Edgefield occupied,
and the place build up and put on a
brighter and happier aspect-I say if
you would like bli this, and more,
just allow me to advise that you keep
tue matter constantly belore the peo -
pie, by advocating a High School for |
Edgefield in every issue of your pa
per. Get your lawyers to talk schotl
at the Bar and on the corners, yow
M. D.'s to prescribe school for th j
eick, and your preachers to preaaal
school from the pulpits, and see to J
that the matter does'nt stop witS
talkiLg, but- let all preachers, doctor^, J
lawyers, farmers, and men of every
vocation who have children to tdn
cate meet together, loose their purse
strings, and give liberally to the j
starting of a High School at Edge
field Village, and in so doing lend al
Helping hand in resurrec.iog ai dj
building up historic old E'Jgehdld.
If, as I have previously said, the;
people of Edgefield Village will start
a first class school there, male and fe '
male, and employ the very best laloki
lo teach, and give tho-e living at-sf
distance, who have children to edJf
cate, to understand that the school ia
well founded, in other wordB a per-f
manent oDe and not a thing of a yeaii|
-a spasmodic effort; and that it ie
not only permanent but as good
can be found any where. Ju6t so eoe
as this is done you will see many oj
those Jiving away, who have childi^]
to educate,.pull, up stakes., turi
laces and go and ocSfH
io and around Edgi-field/arM
lands that are now beggingjM
and purchasers. I believetlH
mote intelligent ones of the vfflrHB
will bear me up in saying, that tbH
could do nothing that would contrH
ute more to 1 righten Edgefield's
ture financially, could do nothing tn
would so quickly, thoroughly and W
fectually arouse the place out of iW->
state of profound com-i jnto whim*1 -
seems to have fallen of late, tbT t>
Start a High School there. |
Do excuse the length to which ll '
haB grown, for really I did notintei i
to say more than simply to say to t fi
villagers that this effort to get a goi d
school there is emphatically a mo >e
in the right direction, and to exte, d
to them my best wiehes.
H. C. G.
A Big t arp.
Captain A. D. Bates of Batesbirg
yesterday sent to Superintendent
Hu8ke a rousing big specimen of fae
leather carp, which was taken from
the Bates pond. The fish weighed a
little ( ver twelve pounds, and was a
beauty in shape a?d condition before
Mr. Hueke began dissecting it for the
purpose of preparing it for exhibition
at New Orleans.
The fish was barely alive when
under inspection at the Department,
-ind some one suggested that it be
placed in water to test its powers of/
recuperation, but Mr. Huske revolted! I
at the thought of reviving a dyin?L
f?an and then to slay it in the vigsr'
of its existence.-Register,
Very many persons who are friend
ly to the State University do not un
derstand ? y what authority it offers
free tuition ; and many ol the oppo
nent? of that institution heap indis
criminate abuse upon the General
A^semb y and the trustees of the
South Carolina College because they
think that one of these bodies mtwt
be directly responsible for thia "free
tuition." As a matter of truth, the
General Assembly and the college
trustees have no discretion in the
Section 0, article 10, of the State
constitution says, "The General A3
sembly shall provide for the main
tenance of the State University."
The next section of the same article
reads as follows : "All the public
Hchooln, colleges, and univemtiee ot
this State, supported in whole or in
part by the public funds, shall be free
and open to all the children a d
youth of the State, without regard to !
race or color."
It thus appears that the organic
law of the State demauds that the
tuition shall be free. We give this
simply as information on a subject
which now has a liberal share of the
public attention.-Newberry Herald
A TOUGH JOB FOR A HOT DAY.- I
Smalls, a 300 pound nigger, was en
teri dined by Webster on last Friday.
We would ? juire more than a eix
teen hundred dollar postoffice ap
pointment to dine with so mach nig
ger on such a warm day aa last Fri
day was.-Orangcburg Timex and
- Seo a woman in another column,
near Speer's Vineyards picking grapes
1'rom which Speer's Port Grape Wi.ie is
made, that is so highly esteemed by the
medical profession, for the use of inva
lids, weakly persons and the aged.
Hold by Druggists.
?ED, S*pt 10. 1SS4. by f.r v. J.
iekerm, at tliti residenrvt c-1 Mr.
Wobley. in Edgefold Po, f?.
Cir. CI1 ARLES Ii. SMITH, of Kl >rl
de id Miss LILLIE MO BLE Y.
?BALE AND FEMALE
Lwav The Trastacsnf the Edgeueld
fnft-. Male Academy will reopen
TSST*; the Academy on Ibo
"^pF 20lli September, ISSI,
L a MALE and FEMALE HIGH
*HOf?L, whore hoya and Birla may li?
.'spared for College, and gain a thorough
ieraiy and business education.
'ruf. W. D. SEYMOUR, A. M., Prin
liss JANIE D. fVARDLAW, Ass't.
Arrangements will be maila to t ach
?itrumental Music in all cases where ir.
The teachers-have IIPPII engaged for
ie term, extending from 1st October,
184 to ls? July, 1H-5.
l?br terms Of Tuition, tfcc, apply to J.
, Addison, Chairman of tho Board of
J. L ADDISON,
A. J NORRIS
1 O. SHEPPARD.
J. WA LT KR 11 ILL,
O. F. CM BATH AM,
! Sept. IC, 188-1 ] Trust?es.
Collect or Starve !
A LL persons indebted to mo will
cX please como forward and se ttle at
ince, or they will lind their acc.-.nuts in
?m hands of an attorney.
; . DICK" ANDERSON.
?lept 23, 1884.-3t42
' Notice? to Rent.
IWILL rent a seven horse firm, or
less, to snit thu means ol' any party,
vhite or colored, 0:1 my place on Morn's
>eek. A good dwelling and cabins on
he place. Cheap, ior money or c finn,
lugpiy lo Wyatt L. Holmes, ' Holmes' P.
0., Edgofleld Co . S C., for terni?, &e.
Sept. 2.1, 1884.-2142]
For Sale, or to Rent.
rJlHE place commonly known as the
LL uQunr)es Plantation." tl.reo miles
a'rom Trenton, containing '.KIO ?ie??, with
250 acres in cultivation. A handsome
dwelling house and seven good tenant
houses. A liuo water Saw Mill, (.'rist
Mill and Oin combined, within one hun
dred yards of t be dwelling hou->e. 500
acres of (ino timber convenient to the
mill. Will sell at a bargain, or rent tlio
entire place, orin farm ; to suit terama,
fj J. R. JONES.
! Sept. 23, 1884.--1-.42
A Farm Worth Looking if?cr
?SITUATED on theR. C. R R., \ milo
from Moiilinorc-iici and4? miles irwin
Aiken, containing 'Vii Acres of land,
more or lees, of wilie!) 70 uro level, 80
rolling and ino hulaiico woodland. Th?
soil is thoroughly adapted lu e. .iron and
email grain. Tie r;- is no v- ry eauoy s<?il
upon ino entire tract.
([ There is an orchard of peach and apple
rees of about Ifi acres, a vineyard ol thu
lew " White Niagara" crape'of if acres
x'hicii wi!l rom invitee t?> fi mt next year.
One bunch of this vark :y weighed 13 < z.
and has heen sent to ino N O Kxblt.i
tion. Straw berrica, raspberries, black
berries, cherries, quinces, tigs und pears
are set for famih u-o.
Tho improvements cousist of a weil
built dweldug of -1 rooms, ci ti. v.- style,
with kitchen detud e (, moat house, wag
.ou house aii'l tbieo frame unan'. houses,
and a well nt gitod w.tter. Aiao.it new
three story gin house, pri :w room, en
gine room? dec , cost, S.'.IIM)
2 Vau w inkle Kins. 50 aawa each, :i7o
One Power Press, .. l^-iips.-,1' 135
Meal Mill, SO in. rock, .. Almire
Count) Oi it," Silu-r pan, At:., 323
Fifteen H. P. stationary Kugluu
and Boiler, 1,100
275 feet of pipe, shafting, nalleys,
felting, iVc^ 3C0
feed i uti hoi 1er.
onT?T'x ivs x v?
an> cemented, ~50
On?O x 10 x 12, IOU
beeta other Hale Illings amonn'lngin
the agr?gate to sevorul dollars, oinking
this MO of the best constructed, he>t ap
poind mid bt-fet equipped boiisua any
whHtto he ouad.
Tb farm is situated in 1 neighbor
bo.id herc land xviii never bc iii en per,
and il make anice, prolit&ulo home
ibrlTje right k'iid f a tuan Price very
lo\r. Address, for further particulars,
c. E. SATTEKT ti w A I r,
Moutmorenci, s. C.
Sept. vii. ISM.- 11 1 J
Near Ridge Spring for Sale.
TUE undersigned ollera his farm Cir
sale, situated near Ri'l.vre Sprint,-,
containing 413 IU roi-1 IO Hen H wei! tilli
te red land, balance ?pru. The improve
ments consht nf ? new dwn'Mng hons;!,
with 5 moma and necessary outbuilding*,
acood, paying grist mill and gin, and u
sirup mill, with abundant waler power.
Land good i^r coin, railton, oat*, dto
Place perfootiy healthy, with Ihn nicest
cold, pure "vater. Place well suited for
Flir price ami terms,.'.'!
A RS A LO M HORNE.
P.i.i.-; Spring, s. C.
Sjbpt. 2:(, ISM.-4142
?OARD and LODGING
WILL be preparwl lo euvin modale
gentlemen with coin formule board and
lodging-in quid quarters-during thc
Joming session ol' Court. I wi!) also be
'prepared to furnish single meals, par
tieularly dinner.-.. My resident* is
rcctly opposite Hie Catholic Church, with
in two minutes walk cf th'- Court Iioust
and public pquure.
Mrs. LLV Y TOMPKINS.
Sept. 17, 18P4.-3t4l
fas sim? DISPATCH
Published Weekly at
CHARLESTON. S- C.,
The Latest News by Telegraph and Mail
from all parts of America and Europe,
as well as all th? Local and
Commercial News nf thc
City." A prominent
feature ol toe
Paper Is the publication of
One cf which v. ill be commenced in
few weeks, entitled
"THE YOUNO NEMESIS,"
Bj' " CnittsTExn," a favoritoSoutlier
Literary and oilier contributions by ab
Terms of Subseripticii:
Ono Year.Si en
Six Months. $1 2?
Three Months. 7.V.
Agents wanted in every County
HUTSON & HAMMOND,
Editors and Proprietors,
Charleston, S. C.
BOUGHT FOR CASH AT HIGHE
by the undersigned, id th? old stand
Mr. J. H. 0P11 ENHEIM, oppositeSoi
Carolina Railroad depo!,
510 & 512 Reynolds St. A??tfs!a, i
?3T- Consignments solicited
C. J. CRAWFORD.
Sept. 3, 1884.
S?:? J I nr.zil Sc li ed ? I rr,.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augus
QCHEDHLEin i lYeetKept, I?, i.1:4:
No. 52-M AI Land EXPRESS.
Statesville,. 7: io a m
Arrive Charlotte.i": 15
Leave Charlotte. l?00 p rn
Arrive at Columbia, [ ?*j.R:t5
ueaveColumbia, [Bl. f?:Vfl
Arrive at Augusta, Ga.,. !?:3S
NORTH WA KI).
No. 53, DAILY-MAU, AND EXPRESS.
Augusta, Ga,. 8:15 a m
Trenton. I OKI?
Ridge Spring.IO: i'?
Arrive ?it Columbia.12:42pm
Arrive at Charlotto,. 0:15
Arrive Statesvillo. 10:15
No. 47 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Augusta, Ga., (A). 5:55 j* in
Ridge Spring. h:l5
Arrive Columbia, (1);.10:25
No. -Ia, DAILY-MAIL ANO EXPRESS.
Columbia,. 0:15 a ni
Bates burg,. 8:1-5
Rklgo Spring. ?:37
Arrive at Augusta. 10:42
Nos. 52 and 52 narry Pullman Staupers
between Augitstuand Washington.
N' S. 47 and -li narry Pullman Sleepers
between Augi!st:t..md Wilmington.
All accommodation trains goiugN ?rill
connect at Chester with train--.on Chester
and Lenoir R ti I road.
Through tickets sold and baggage
cheeked to all principal point <.
t?. R. TAH.'OTT. Sup't.
M. SLAIIOHTKR, Gen. Pas. A gem.
D. C.vanwjiLL, Ass'tGen. Pas. .?.gent,
Columbia, H. <'.
State ol'South Ca roi s stn,
GeorgeT. Reid, Plaintiff, vs. Rebecca A.
Hartley, ndant.- /''ort'?/?*??"??.
NOTICE is hereby given thal hy vir
tue oi tho judgment of ;'.>....?. :..?I:JO
herein, ilareil June tenn, issi, I will >< ll
nt Kdgeihdd Court ?miso on t?.r- drat
Monday in October m xi, '.!;.. follow
ing described mortgaged premises, viz:
All that certain tract of land, h [pg,
situate and bein;; in Cilgeliei-J County
and fcaid state, containing uno hundred
and thirty-two itcrca. !. . ... or ?na.?, Known
as ibo HaZfl ira-:', and I oiind?d ?,* lauds
of I) P. Dodie, Wiliirm .:. Ready, Ueu
.H*nin Rushton and ? :'.<.?<???<.
Terms cash. Tub-:- exliv?.
S. 8. Ti>\: PK INS, Master K 0.
Sop:. 5, l*>4.-UKI
I S?tatc o? South t^aroiisia,
EDGEFJELD CO UN TY.
B. W. Timnierman, Executor of Jacob
Titnmerioan,dec'd., PlaintilV, vu Hi ?ta
kinli Tim merman, Defendant.- For?.
NOTICE is hercbv niven that by vir
tue of tiie judgment of for? closure
herein, 'aten .Jun:; term. 1^84. twill sell
at Edgelield c. H.. on the llrst Monday
in October next, tho following describ? il
mortgaged premises, viz:
All that tractor paree] of land. :?itunh
near Pleasant Lane-Post Office, in said
County ann State, containing forty-nine
_aonb TimTBermanjiomw^trti! tran; oil
land, BOjoiinng lands of M L. Timmer- j
man. W right McDowell, B. W. Timmcr
man and others.
Terms cash. Titles extra
S. S. TOM PK INS, ..V!aster E. C.
Sep. fi. 1884.-4t40
The L w
WILL be strictly enfnrcofl anains:
any and al] persons hnnlintr, fish
ing, or trespassing in anv manlier what
ever, uren cur lands, either enclosed or
WALTER and JAS MILLER,
LAWRENCE MILLER, JR,
B H. MILLER.
Sept. 22. 1SS4.-4.42_
A HOME AMD STAT!
The only journal in the S:?ite pubiisli
ed exclusively in the Interest of th
Farmer and Manufacturer, and devot"
to the beautifying our II-?lit'"- and di
velopiug our Agricultural resources, ai;
improving our Stock, Ac. is
an 8 page, 40 col a mil) bi autifuliy prln
i d naper, at a price of
SIXTY CENTS A YEAR,
which puts Itin ibo reach of ev. ry farme
The October number will <. ! tain ll
great speech of the Hon. George 1>. Til
man, delivered Rt ;he Agricultural mei
ing in Greenville, on "Terraclnz ai
tho Cnltlvatlon of the Gow l'en. Ryu HI
Vetch as Manure and Forage," which
worth ill Itself
lo the farmers of the countryi and ti
times tho price nf the paper lo any tart
er who will read it.
The COTTON PLANT is not a the
relical paper, but each issue is maur-1
)l oriental and selected articles writt
by tho best, fanners and stock raisers
toe country, giving in clear and en
language their successes and rai inn
and the causes thereof.
Hmf. w. H. WITH Know, of fliopti
one nf tho liest teachers ard o lueatn' -
the State, after n careful and er i lind i
animation of The Colton Plant, writ?
"A live teacher, willi Kucha paper,cou
have n class in Agr?mUure, consisting
his whole school, und what an ninon
of useful, practical information could
communicated In thin way."
WP solicit men of every pr >i">^i
merchants, farmers ami man.tincture
who read the KnoKKiEi.n AUVKRTISI
to subscribe for Hie Cottmi Plant, a
Unis aid us in building up a State II
Active agents wanted in ev-' ry com
iu the State and South. Wri!o forspe
men copy and terms Address
* Thc CGI TON PLANT.
Marina, 8. f
KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN!
SAVE Tim, UB0I?NB MONEY !
WI, MXTLHERIN & CO.,
i'i : THE WARROW GAUGE TRACK
- AND WILL SELL
Boots, Shoes, Hats & Clothing
At Ridiculously Low Prices.
Ha c is u /'VJ liai Trice Lisi : I
. MM. Kn] '.?!;.. : M! .S?,O?S, 7 to ll, ?l) I Men's Solid Calf Shoes, i 00
Miss- ' li v, purged Shoes, M> | " Heavy Boots, 160
You li's and lloys' Brogans, 501 " Cal? Dress Boote, 2 00
KirsT Calf Im-xs Mines. 75 | " .Jenna Pants, 75
Women's Stundard Nailed Shoes, i0 ? Ladies' Trimmed Hats, 76
I ?1 Hos* Sewe I Dn ss tdioes, 1 U0 Boys' Wool Hats, 25
Mt ll'.- IL .'il:::, 1 001 Min's " " 60
Gents' Foit IIat3, l 00
lt is.ui?.iiihii tislr spreed ?hat w?? have strnck the nail square on the head in
the purch >se . f our I M Vi ENSE NEW S'lOCK !
If Mnne\ is anobj c! of interest to yhu. we beg that you will consider our
?.I ai ti ir ??.. i.-.; i. lien hefore making your purchases.
A Bidd Strike thin, wo made when buying enables ns tootler a pleasant sur
prise to ;?!i nur friends, ind ynu will surely conclude that you missed it, if you do
not favor tis willi an c .? lt; ? In our search for Bargains we were rewarded far
tieyon'1 Our exj?< emil ?n ?. ural raucht on to some thing* that fairly astonished us.
Look tbrouuii > ;:r M?: i ?< < ur, ouvly examine our BIG STOCK, andyou will soon
nal;/. . il *u wi- ar?? ' '?" . k Kuli of N< iv (?nods, and that In every department a BAR
GA IN A VV \ ITS Yul." !
B? -ir. :'... " ilisi?riniPiH?/! '...:?. eeo "Low Prices for Inferior Gooda," and
"Bolt-in Prices for Best md? " Mind you, no '. leaders" below Coat do we oner
to catch traill' i :it,<-v- ry article sold ar. B ittom. We ben to remind you, ba con cl l
-ion, that wv: ls your gold n opportunity. Come at on co and bring yonr friends
WM. M?LHERI? & CO.'S
TWO ?TORES, & 913 Broad st., Augusta, Ga
Sept 2:?, l-.s? -42
.:V.-.TI.-T.> ... gasaiEB~^rrc-?xi
L. QUINBY & CO.,
tFeus. ES. Cook.
Have just received .'ind have now on exhibition, an ex
ceedingly large and v>-o)l selected of goods, which they offer
nt prices low enonsrli to s;itisfy all:
Prim . i Clothing, I Hardware,
Drcs* (?nods, Hats, Crockery,
Kin me!*, ! Shoos. Glassware,
RepHlants, . I Gents' Furnishing Gooda, Tinware,
1 '.'.-?. . I Hosiery, Woori en ware,
I > eek Wear, Staple and Fancy
J; i. - u.-s j Umbrellas, Groceries.
?oil ns, I trunks, Bagging and Ties. -
Wc makfl n spi . ialty of SHOES, and carry tho largest stock outside of a city.
a 0 ii V AGON YARD is ( pon and free for th? use of our customers.
,=53- Kui] crt?h value paid for cotton and other country produce.
JAS. L. QUINBY & CO.,
s ; . ' '. GRANITE Vf LLB. S. C.
loarsaauan .- -s.tti,
85. B RO Ap SJjlJ?j?J, MW?jf p>
-Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
COOEING STOVES, HE ATP G STOVES,
G SATES, HARDWARE and TINWARE.
Csa Stock n Very Full Line of (he Celebrated
EluELSeOH COOK hm:.
?mmw* THE BEST IN Titi ?.. v5 .
KSS:i^J B^*SL.__ Slxt'cn di Terelit s-zc< ana ku..-- >.:.?:?
i -> ~rn:r T-^-'^I r?qnircmcnti, an J j-need ".lita I ,mm*?.
iT^^-^^^M^^^^^^?n ^??4 Double Wood Duo?, Patent Wood Grate
N^vJl..-?i*?^-'^J^^s?'! aBstran Adjastable D imper, latenAsa^aiil .. Ano
^'^^r^i^^^h^^^ Sps?ff' malle Shelf, Brotllns D -or, Swla-la; Dearth
NSErg^||^^^^^^^a|^^^ Plato, Swinging Piti-S o;i. Kevcr-loJe G.?.
.,?^?-('-grr?^?::r'!' ''-^'???-' Purnlng Long Cro.-* J'iixe ?.mn.e Sh ?rt
"V vf 'Ss* ''- J? W Centre?, Heavy King Covern I'latninaud FT?I
-.Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panel*, ?te.
_ . Unequaled In Material, tn F.'nlnb. ?nd la
-i.--.v - ' ."''? ' operation.
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Ud.
4:m FOR su e nv W. I. J>E?.PI?. 831 Broad Ht., Anguslr., G?.
SopL IC, 1864.-'ll _
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD!
The Toniest and Best in the Two States !
Ti Wm WI Al RESTAURANT !
817 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA.
S^^) Handsome DINI??G PARLOR
.""-'?"^r >( FOR LADIES, up etaire-^n
O V^^SJ^?nL trance to same next door to Bank
M^k^A-?!^^^ ? We Respectfully Solicit a Call.
" H. SANCKB? & CO.,
Anausc.", ISW. Proprietors.
i'sasaaS /\1le?tion Ci?ivefii to ?ll Business.
F. LOVE FULLBB.
?M??son & Fnller,
Su....?..-sors to J. M. Andortson.
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
90? Reynolds St, Old Stand of R. A. Fleming,
AUGUSTA, - GA.
BAGGING fi n.i Tl ?3 furnished at Loweefc Prices.
L ii : .1 GASH ADVANCES made on Cotton in Store.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Massey's Excelsior Cotton Gins, Feeders
Th? BE*T, SIMPLEST *nd CHEAPEST Mnchine io market.
B?" Every Ons (iiuranteed. Send tor prices.
S-j.r :; LSS4-3m
i'iiTS ?S3?.M<M'S REDUCED!
COTf?H F?GT?E AND COMMISSION MERCHAST,
HM HF.HOVSE A XD SA LESBOOM,
Wi McIntosh Stree!, Corner Reynolds,
^xxgrxi^t^e - Georgia.
Will c mtinufl HIP business in ?Ls varions branches. Advances of Bagging and
Tim Mini Kami ly Snpnlies, at lowost niarkel prices. Liberal Cash Advances made
onC'ittnnor other Produce in Store. Future transactions in Cotton, Stocka and
llonds rion? thMiigh my New York Correspondents when de-ired. Consignments
of a!? Fi Md and Farm Prodaen solicited. . .
.r, ...... .= in ulvnn toSelliii_', Weiching. SampIftM and Storing all Con
Sicnmnnts. Commissions "?:'i cents and Storage '?5 cents per month on Cotton not
a lvauc?ni upon.
Sept 2. ISM ?.."?m _
Dr. Hi.!l's Tiyspeptlo Elixir wil Mackerel-Fresh and F?t!
u."rc any .. so of nyspepsia, Indigestion ,jave juBl re??[7ed fleveral bblfl. of
C .nstipatmn, and fTftart Disease caused | flnft fresh and fat Mackerel-No. 1, 2
hr Indite: : ion. For salo by I and 3. Call and try them. They are ex.
fi? j W. E. LYKC H. I tra good. G. L. PE1JN A SON.