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MAi BR DOUOftOSA.
. Be^-auae bf ba* ilesfi ?nf?ni he:?d
With golden bair.
To uje all li Uk- beads
A ludo wear;
. And for one saintly face I knew
,A? 1-.?/C?3 are fuir.
Because of two wide, earnest eyrs
Ol heavenly blue
Which looked with yearning gaze
ii*. A&iifci?-add! through,
All eyes now fill mine own with tears..
Because of littlo death-marked lips
, Which once did call
Upon my eur in vain appeal
From children small.
Two little hands held in my own
ponjS long ago,
vNow "cause mo as I winder through
This world of woe,
To clasp each baby hand stretched out
Tn fear of foe.
The lowest cannot plead in vain,
I loved him so.
How London is Fed.
Tuc (fcuactity of Meat aud Flour Con
sumed-.American Cheese aud
LONDON Feb. 9.-How London is
fed is a rpSery which can be pretty
accurately answered, but the exact
weight of food the unparagoned giant
actually devours cannot be so correct
ly gauged. London is fed by the
world. Kngland alone ia not equal
to the task. And no wonder. Think
of this: the total length of the streets
of London would be* more than
elough to link the metropolis through
a'1 Europe and western Asia to the
S-uthern extremity of India. In
this termless and living line calls for
her daily food a population of 4.7G9,
OOO, increasing at the rate of 45,000
person3 ' per annum. Ten railway
comities" answer to that, appeal,
which is-ulao . responded to annually
by a ileet of about 20,000 vessels
comirg^up from all parts.
But this does not exhaust all the
agencies through winch provisions are
c^tfjjflyfeii to'th? capital, tor a not in
considerable part arrives also by road.
This last system of couveyance, ihe
results cf whie^iCKauthorily checks,
and the uncontrolled mariner in Which
mo?t iMrtides? ot niimetitation reach
the^coj^imeiP, make it very ditnoalt
td-futrm iirr?W-fuib?e ties the un
parogoutd giants bill ol tare.
Tiue, thete arc a fe? central mar
kets whore the.great bulk of prcvi
siotm and very nearly all the meat
. and fish gather, but all e.i'ubles do
not heap there,* mauy beingcousigned
straight to^fio" retailers or consumers.
Moreover, au enormous quantity ol
, food ia consigned to London which is
not consumed by the. Londoners, bit
is sent tydjhe provinces.
llere I must point outoue ol the
mysterious doings of the trida, which
c tu only be explained by the rnonop
-"Sizing business. The fish you buy
more thjjf^^p^don, whither it is
d a patchell as soon as caught, and
where the fishmongers of Dover end
of the seaside towns have to get it.
How the practical Briton can stai d
such an. abuse is another question
wjjicli. I do not understand, and
therefore cannot explain. As we get
on we will come across a few other
Provincial butchers from at least
the nearest counties send also not un
frequently to London for their meat,
and so do, on a larger scale still, the
country retailers of early foreign
vegetables and fruit, and of foreign
eggs and butter. Thu?, between the
food that comes to London, without
being checked in any way by the
harbor authorities, the market super
intendents, or the railway companies,
and the food taken out of London,
it ia impossible to know, except ap
proximatively, '.vhat the Londoners
There in, however, no doubt that
tai? unknown figure, whatever it is,
is u large one. 1 have moie tban
once witnessed, for instance, the ar
rival of the fish by boats and by : ail
w.iy vans ?? the celebrated uni kel
of 'Billingsgate, t.otorir.us also for its
g^ib ^grammar, lt. was appalling. Thc
port?is who ly ''disappeared among
the heaps Gi itu ni, and looked like
miners bn&y clearing a gallery. They
were uping buckets and shovelled the
.*>uit. TP.? ri . -, .
comestibles ss if they h;ul been mud.
Round .Covent Giiden Market at 4?
in the ia*'ming--the matktt opens at
5-I have seen . thc space so li?ed
with coloesal Wagons, gigantic vans,
gargantuan drays," and stupendous
wai D s that you could not see the
roofs of the highest houses behind.
DJ not ehake your heads skeptically.
Last year in Billingsgate aione abd
ils neighboring streets over 146,000
tons of fish Vere '--landed. In much
lass.time than.it .would take a lady
to fix herself for an afternoon call, I
have seen the1 contents of fields and
fields of potatoes and cabbages un
loaded in Covent Garden. The Mon
day before Christmas 2,100 tons ot
b'iel'i representing a herd ot about
0,519'bullocks, were hooked in the
Smithfield market, aud on the follow
ing day, a Tuesday, I had a capital
luncheon on. board the Elderslie, a
steamship' just arrived lrom New
Zealand with 25 000 carcasses cf prime
mutton. The day before Christmas 1
was loafing in the Leadenhall mar
kef, an ungrudging bazaar, where,
according to your fancy, you can get
as*??lrfe ?B a dead lark or as much as
a living tiger. The place was so en
cumbered with poultry, meat, game,
and other provisions that the difficul
ty of th?* tmyW'rV get at the sell, rs
was only equalled by the impossibili
ty of the "latter^to sally on the former.
A Spanish ?mbatsador once told
CharTTes ??. that more provisions were
sold in that mart than in all Spain.
I bet-that-if the Queen would kindly
take the present S; anieh repr
tive round the naine place her
ty .woo'd probably hear the
Th- Englishman li vos verj
when he cao, and always waa
speculate that twice the actual
irttion of London, if it were
would live here luxuriously 01
is hard y sufficient for ?ta pres
Long has Engin ndt ceased t<
duce enough food for her ch
11 an average year, ^say ISSi
London central marketa sold 1
tons of English meat as much
SSI tont of foreign meat, 2G.7?
of which were from theTJuited I
Eich year the proportion of I
meat landed here increases. T
ofliei.d report for the year IS
not been published, but I kuo
Australia and New Zealand hav
ring that year, sent over here i
than GSG.1S5 carcasses of in
The American trade, which hai
dull for a little while, is looki
again, and those interested w
doubt hear with pleasure tba
private company, piincipally
posed of salesmen having their
at Smithfield Maiket, which
built hard by some cold-air stol
the keeping of ail perishable
sions, are considerably exte
them. These stores can airead]
in from SOO to OOO tons of mea
w?l soon be capable of shel
double that quantity. Salesmei
therefore, be able toJiefp the
as long as they can gc? a remt
live price for it, instead of hav:
throw it away after a certain
regardless of loss. I have v
these stores. Their temperature,
down by splendid ilazlam erij
was almost Siberian. The ch
for renting them is 2-> 1. per
for eight pound*, which is c
and lower rates aie granted for I
Io ouo week only, the week ei
Jan. 20, 1SS5, the United State
(Hoad* had landed 75,220 sid
[lour in Loudon. In the week ci
Jan. 24, 18S5, 300 cw ts. of Ame
cheese were unshipped in the p
London, exclusive of consigni
by rail. The American cheese
great favor in this country. Nc
tankerous gourment ia able no
point to the least difference bet
the loreign article and the best
gliak Cheddar and it its just od. c'
er per pound. Many London h
take nothing but American cl
The n,-.iional product is leting ;
ground. lu one week alone, iu
last, Mr. Lovell of the great fii
. Lovell & Christmas, West.Smith
tells mc that he 'has sold 7,000 A
icau cheeses. Ile kindly take?
iuto his enormous cellars, wilie!
easily accommcditte 20,000 box
the article, and exp?alos th ti ue r;
procures any other.
To day the E iglish larmer 1;
hardly one fi fib of bis CJWS'
f the rest as milk, reserving th
malkst portion !or buller. Ivig?s
utter is pearce, de^r, un* qm
i quality, and badly packet
he great houses of London nine
refer to buy fresh French butter t
leir national produce. They sa;
tut it is superior to it, never varie
i quality, can pl ways be relied upon
nd is admirably packed. Then th
?oglish farmer wants to have hi
asket6 or cases returned, which give
lot of trouble to the shopkeepers
'nilethe Frenchman does not. Messrs
ludaon of Ludgate Hill, one of thi
iggest firms for dairy produce in thii
ity, and from whom I obtain very
alusble information, relieve th*
Ven ch producers ol about 24 tons ol
utter weekly, but never invest in
ie English commodity. Holland
sports here an enormous amount ol
.Uterine, composed, as every one
nows, of the finest and sweetest por
lous of suet from freshly slaughtered
attie, mixed and churned with a
roportion of butter milk, and best
egetable oil. This is a profitable
rade. Since 1SS3, when Holland
?one i Xpert ed to Ibis a ont ry about
0,000 lena cf 1 lils compound, nj.re
buting a nut value ol close on '.'2,
50,000, ti.H commerce ima increased,
have histed some al hi- esr;. JJDVI ?I
? Ci.ri.itmass, and detraed it excel
Tit aa do, it. appear?*, the}., st I/m
on cot? Ivel joners and cricks, who
lak-J huge use ol it.'
Il the French xre firs! foi 'he qual
y of their butter, f,r d firs? H'ga?h
,'irh lin- number ol e^:::-; lb?} ship 'u
hid country [t*,t. IdO's 8 ('0.171 in
SS4] Grrtnany beiog a go itl.i-econd
rith gt. ]00H 2,220.287. Indy is
hove a!! for the quality ol the last
rticle, hardly any bad eg?.s ever be
lg lound in her admirably packed
.ises, and Belgium corned first for
oultry and rabbits, Jor which the
rained the Britain ol no loss ii turn
bah ?384.830 iu 1884
The imp?t talion of hams and palled
lork and bacon from the States is
till falling oil. Those provisions have
Oit considerably in public lavor bince
Vliittaker was as popular here as
raribtthfi. This meat does not seem
ny longer lo be selected from I he
est hogs and to be cured and [tacked
s it used lo be. The Briton is not a
lind gourmand, and soon goes to an
ther /-hop il be discovers a change
ii the house he is dealing wi.lh.
Lmerican fresh beef, on the contrary,
f which the English have not. eaten
3S8 than 40,478 tons last year, i
gain making capital running.
There is another delectable jish ol
.hioh the English will never got tir
d. It is oysters. Well, the Ameri |
an trade is not bad as to the quanti \
7. I have just been told at Billings |
ate that .30,050 barrels of American' j
ystera have already arrived in "Eng- j
ind this season, and that B.COO mofe s
re expected this week; but thes? 1
ysiers are not ss good as they ought a
j be. They eat soft," as a^man ol the t
trade Leila me, an 1 too many of them
are bad. They ought to be better
packed, and eent sooner after they
are caught. If there is a thing that
is more easily remembered than a
good deed, it is a bad oyster, and the
friend who has fallen in with the lat
ter will rest a little before he asks for
his next dozsn.
The fact is that the Englishman,
and especially the Londoner, is ready
is ready to pay well for bia food ; but
he will have something for his invest?
merit. Badly off in scientific and re
fined cookery he is dependent, for
gastronomic joys, upon the immacu
late quality of the food put on his
bible, ami will stand no nonsense.
( urn on Pinn Lands.
Gen. Ilagood writes to the editor of
the Barnwell People as follows :
The late David Dickson, of Geor
gia, whose disposition of his property
is now the subject of curren! com
ment in your and other papers was
an eminently successful Southern ag
riculturist and if his method of mak
ing corn on the thin pine lands of the
South could be impressed upon the
people he would have left each town
ship in the region of the long-leaved
pine a richer legacy than he left
His plan summarized was deep pre
paratiou, not less than twenty-one
squire feet to the hill, and rapid(
shallow cultivation, with early laying
by. Impressed by his views express
ed in the Southern CuU.vator I adopt
ed them many years ago, and have
never been scarce of corn since. As
it is corn planting time, I send yon
memorandum of a crop made last
y?ar on thin land within cannon
shot of your office. The yield was
about what the Un ted States Agri
cultural Reports show to be the aver
age yield cf-the United States, but
ft dieting that com is ehielly made
upon still" land-', when twenty acres
to the plow is all that can be accom
plished, while on our highlands forty
acres is not too much for such culti
vation, yo i will see that the Barn
well crop in financial results is uot
Itelief from Malarial Poison.
For six months past I have been
affected with aseriom case ol typhoid
malaria, which ? contracted on my
orange grove in northwestern Florida.
I tried several remedies, but every
thing jaded, me. Two weeks ago I
purchased a hollie of Swift's Specific,
which luis proved a sure cure for this
dreadful malady. I had almost given
up hope of ever being'well again, for
I had tried so many remedies, all of
which had fade 1 to do auy good.
Would toi God thal all the ? (Hided
people residing in the malariouscolin
ties of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
would read this and try the S. S. S.
instead of dosing themselves with
l/niinhe and mineraljSnedi^ I feel
: my fWy to sn il'.-ri rig^!^
rrite this certificate, for it may be
be means of many of my old friends
rying this gi eat remedy as I have
une. So strong is my faith in it lhat
ii every case where the directions are
dlowed I will guarantee n. sure cure
r forfeit one hundred dollars.
CITAS D. BARKER, Publisher.
Editorial Room Temperance Ad vu
ate, Atlanta, G i ,
" Il Is a Wonderful Remedy."
For many years my blood was in a
ad condition, manifesting its charac
er by a scrofulous breaking out on
otb my ankles, which caused me
ousiderable euilering as well as great
nnoyance. Seeing the name of R-?v.
esse H. Campbell, ol Columbus, Ga.,
ttached to a certificate concerning a
ure by Swift's Specific, ? wrote to
lim abcut this remedy. His reply
iras t.hat,',"it is a wonderlul remedy."
tried it and found the action very
luch as described in the directions
used a out on? dcaen bottles, ob
erring a steady and almost daily
mproveraent from the sturt. I was
i.linly cured of thia disagreeable and
listrwing d?pease. Thal, has beni
learh a year :*g", m.d I find no signs
it tho disease returning, ami am ready
c ifcsii'y with Rsv. Mr. Campbell
hat ti WI ft'8 ?-'| n;ii'mj'in a wonder lui
t u:eiiv." li. M Ii.
Ulwrlratfii, S C., Feb. 5, 1S8?>.
Treatise CL Brood and Skin Bis
ases mailed lr ?e.
HK.SWIFT. M'KCIFIC Co, Drawer ??
\! lan?a, H i.
China ia dtfendiug : tie gate nf her
injure und the French mu.it take the
ouscquences ol invasion. Meanwb le,
bismarck, who was To years old en
he 1-4 of April, is chuckling to fee
'rance squandering men and mousy
u the Eist.
By lack of open air exercise; and
he want ol lu?f?cient care in the mat
-r cd diet, the whole physical mech
?D?SIO o;ten becomes impaired during
h.- winter. Ayers Sarsaparilla is
ht proper remedy totalte in the
j ting of the year to pm ily the blood,
avig?rate the system, < xi ile the liver
o iictibb, and restore the healthy lone
The doctors are beginning to sflirm
bat a little solid food just, before re
iring is a splendid aid to digestion
:d sleep. It was only a few years
"/> that the profession affirmed that
jod before geing to bed was suicidal.
Ifter all, the doctors change their
jews about rs often as the ward
" How are we ever going tn get
brough our spring and Bummer's
('ork? We are run down, tired out
?efore il begins." So say many a
u mr r's family. We answer, go to
our druggist and pay five dollars for
ix bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
'his in just the medicine you need,
nd will pay compound interest on
Why uot call it by Its Hight Name 7
(New York Telegram )
Many a strong well-built mau leav< s
aome to-day, before night he will
lave a chill, and in a few hours he
will be dead 1- This is the way the
Jreaded pneumonia takes people off.
The list of notable men who are ita
victims is appalling I
Dr. Damrosch, thefamousmusician,
is seized by a chill while conducting
rehearsal ; next day hie physicians
tell in he is doing well. Next day he if
is dead ! H
The Rev. J. E. Latimer, D. DJ? S.
T. D., dean of Boston university
theological school, preaches eloquent
ly one morning, basa slight chilliness
thereafter, feels unwell for a few days, U
and unexpectedly dies! A gentleman
in Albany goes lo his physician one
morning stating that he feels strange
ly uncomfortable, is examined, ad
vised at once to settle np bis affiirB,
does so and dies before night !
Everyone dreads this prevalent dis
order. Its coming is sudden, its ter
mination uEually speedy.
What causes the terrible scourge?;
It is not "in the air,"-infectious
or contagious. It results from ex
posure, changes cf weather, prevails'
more among men than^women, more
among the apparently healthy than
among the feeble.
Pneumonia, we are told, is invited
by a certain condition of the system,
indicated if one has occasional chilla
and fevers, a tendency to colds in th^J
throat and lungs, rheumatic and
neuralgic pains, extreme tired feel
ings, short breath and pleuritic
stitches in the Bide, loss of appetite,
backache, nervous unrest; 'scalding
sensations, or scant and discolored
fluids, heart fluttering^, sourptomach,
distressed look, puffy eye sacs, hot
and dry skin, loss of strength and vi
rility. These indications may not ap
pear together, they may come, disap
pear and reappear for years, the per
son not realizing that they are nature^
warnings ol' a coming calamity.
In other words.'if pneumonia does
not claim as a victim the person hav
ing such symptoms, some le?s pro
nounced but more fatal malady cer
A celebrated New York physician
told.the Ti ibaue, a year ago, that
pneumonia was a secondary disorder,
the exposure arid cold being simply
the agent which develops the disease,
already dormant in the system, be
cause the kidneyH have been but
partially doing their duty. lu short,
pneumonia is but an early indication
bf a Bright's diseased condition. This
impaired action may exist for ycajrs
without the patient suspecting itl be
cause no pain will be felt, in the kid
ueys or their vicinity and otteb il. cltti
be detected only by chemical and
Nearly 150 ol' the 740 deaths in
New York city the first week ,in
LM^nlt^uLi-aM:T awflw ."Sh
ire caused by pneumouia!
This ilinease ip very ODStinate, and
the accompanying kidney disorder
very far advanced, recovery is i in
issible, for the kidneys give out en
rely, and the patient is literally unf
illed by water.
Tho cn ly safeguard against puen
onia is to maintain a vigorous ron
t i on ol thesystem, and thus prevent.
< attacks, by using whatever will
dically and i ffectoally restore lull
talify to the kidneys, for if they are
it sound, pneumonia cannot be pre
nit d. For this purpose, there is
bibing f quai to W- mer's safe cure,
remedy known to millions, used
.obahly by hundreds of thousands
id commended as a standard specific
berever known and used. Ii does
)t pretend to cure an attack of pneu
oni?*, but it does and can remove
e cHUKfl of and prevent that die
.pe if taken in time. No reasonable
au can doubt this if the personal
iperience of thousands of honorable
en worthy Lis favor.
When a physician sayB his patient
iB either bright's disease or pneu*
onia, he confesses his ina) ?lily to
ire, and in a measure he considers
s reKporipihilify ended. Ih many
stancen, indeed, parsons are ie
?ried uti dying of pneumonia, heart
sense, ?ipi.pl- xy and eouvubiona,
hen I he real cause of deal li and 80
now II by the physician is this kidney
uiKumplK.n. Thousands of piople
we ?I. without knowing ?tami perish
it became t'ieir physicians will not
ll them the .'acts! The-same fate
vails eveiy one who will not exer
sc hii judgment iu such a matter
id be tine to himself, Iiis family and
Sf ciel V.
Th? Sea Asa Post Hat.! j
The following interesting letter waa
ceived by I he editor of St. Nicholas
om two young Chicago frir*?ds':
List June we wer* geing to Havre
i the steamer "St Laurent." I rea<
i ntl 11 r
ie Qi*ta\ooys, by JiileH Vei'jie, ant
e thought we w uld write a letter,
o, ami t hrow it overboard. So we
role one, and asked whoever found
lo please wiiteaud tell ns when
ul where he picked it. np. Then we
lt. it inlu a bottle, which we corked
id sealed with sealing-waxy and
raw into the ocean two days before
e arrived at Havre, June 13, 1S34.
\> returned home the 29th of--Au
ls!., and on the Cih of November we
reived a letter from a min, saying
at bo had found the bottle on the
ore of Tralee Biy, County Kerry,
eland,on the 1st of September, 1884.
Papa wrote to the man, to (hank
rn, and he came and brought hack
e letters, which he had brought
?th him to this country. They were
lined and partly rubbed out on ac
uut of the wine left in the bottle,
had been out eighty-one days, and
en carried over two hundred*miles.
Fresh Groceries ol'every sort foraaie
w, for cavh, at I ir
Ucl. 28. G. L. PENN <ft SON'S. oj
Are flow Receiving a Fine Assortment bf:
ARRIAGP & BUGGIES
i FOR THE SPRING TRADE, < - -
JLT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES !
And Never Hr tore Attained in the History of thc Itu si ness.
We are enabled to give bur Ciifltc aers every advantage by purchasing
our goode at the Closest Pp3sibla Cash prices. Call and be convinced;
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES IN GREAT VARIETY,
The finest assortment of HA.NDP ?G3 and SATCHEL? evor brought
to the City. TRU M KS, W II 1 PS and U M BR E CL A3.
THE WILSON, CHILDS & 00*8 PHI LA. WAGONS, all (mw*
TENNESSEE WAGONS, I, 2 and 'I Horne.
DAY & TANNAIIILI/S ONE md TWO HORSE WAGONS."
EXPRESS AND DELIVERY WAGONS.
Axlep, Springs, Hubs, Spokes, && Rubber Belling and Packing.
HOYT'S LEATHER BELTING. The best in Um World.
LACING, RIVETS. ETC. OAK and HEMLOCK SOLE LEATHER.
CALF and LINING SKINS, LASTS, THREAD, CEMENT, ETC.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
We call particular attention to our Harness Department, in which we
excel in quality and price. .:
! DAY & TANNAHILL,
733 and 735 BROAD STREET.Al. (il STA, GEORGIA.
ADFRED BAKER, President
JOSEPH S. KEAN, Cashier:
811 Broad Steet, Augusta, Ga.
. : : '? '--o
Transacts a General Deposit and Discount Business.
Interest on Deposits of Five to Two Thousand Dollars.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Merchants Received on Favorable Terms.
.Hilo ? li AVi\ IO .
Special Attention Given to Collections.
Dopositors receive intnrest every six monlhs equal tn'(.hat which tho best se
turilies pay, and all'the while tlieir money is available lor use,, should necessity
require it. " We always have money on hand I > loan, and afford special accommo
dations to our customers. We buy and sell Bonds and Stocks, ?..:d are always
happy to give information.
Di ancrons :-AFFRED BAKER, W. B. YOUNG, EDWARD O'DONNELL,
E. R. SCHNEIDER, JOSEPH S. BEAN. [Dec. 2*1, 188L
G. W. HENSON,
RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
OVEIR SSS BROAD STREET}
. AUGUSTA, GA.
jpB~ Meals furnished'at all hours, cons: tim: ol' all tho substitu?ais and delica
cies of the season. Everything scrupulously neat, tho 1>CN?, ol' order kept," and tl?r
politest ?tuen lion given. [ Nov. 2(> -fil
W. E. LYNCH.
IN B??ILDINQ NEXT TO COURT KOUoE.
Has Re-opened His
Drug and Cfcoceiy Store,
?I ~Jt -'Jou
And Is Haily Adding to His Stock.
O my friends and palmus I respectful I y state, that, al though a heavy sullorftrby
the late incendiary Urn, I am determined still Uvuhidn in old Fdgolield, and, wi di
their kelp, to again build up mv buMiins-*. [ would return my most heartfelt
thanks (br all past favors, and respectfully ask tl continuance of their support in
,J,his day of disaster. V
H Have no? ." ,,.I gTT.'.. ifflil m nYil'?.'.',' Vi,*l?(,t?iiV&ii:ifa"v\*tU^X&^??
CM>IOS. Cull and soe me.
JBV Prescriptions c.arefnllv ffomjiounded, day or night. When not In'store, nan
found at my residence on Sim kins street,
W. TS'. JjYiSrCH
Edgelield, S. C., Oct.. 28, WW.
HIST CHANGE MS) LAST CHANCE!
The Very Best Chance to Purchase Pure
. MM HORS Al CIGARS.. AT
A. P. PAD G
MADISON, NEAR GRANITE VILLE, S. C.
1 make NORTH CAROLINA CORN WIUSKF.Y, PEACH* and Arri,E BRANDY
Specialty. My POOL ROOM is fitted up with the bsnt Took TABLE, CAROM
DLETT TABLE, and many other games. :
Having been in the business at this place for the past ten years, I feel
isured that I can Rive entire satisfaction to my patrons.
A, P? PADGETT, Ag't.
Madison, S. C , Oct. 16, LSSI-15
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD!
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A- 1112 SOUTH CAROLINA PENI
-I0NTIAKY HOOT and Sill! K VAC?
'OBY lias now boon in successful opo
ilion three y oars, and in that time has
wu rod an enviable 'rennUltimi for the
take up and Quality of its goods. Deal
rs .throughout the country who wore
roji: fiend in favor of othor makes, aro
ow only too gi -d to replace th? Ir old
Locks with tho products.of this Factory,
nd ordern aro daily received from till
idiom- of tho Stale, and numberless in
ni rios for "sample lines" from which
? select an order. The reputation of
lase goods for "durability" stands un
called. One dealer writes: "I shall
ever sell any but Penitentiary Shoes;
lern is more money in them than in
nythi g that I have ever handled."
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owns' shipped mo on Tuesday have
mo like 'hot jakes;" send me two
Another, buying his first bill, writes:
Goods roceived, opon up splendidly,
xi coi'iide'jt of a 'big mn' on them."
Those ure bot a fow of the many letters
raing constantly roceived. Ask your
mntry mbrchant for SOUTH CAROLINA
onitentiary Shoes. Take those of NO
rn ER Penitentiary. All of our goods
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Salesrooms : 260 King Kt., Charl esl on.
, C.; 7U> Broal St., Augusta, (J ; and
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STEEL WIRE FENCE.
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and Gate of a strong, cheap and dur
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ing used at the North and Northwest in
preference to any other kind of fencing.
Wherever it has been tried it has given
great satisfaction. *
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keep out small pigs or any other animals
that may injure gardens or farm crops.
It makes no shade and shelters no ene
mies to crops or poultry.
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Lawns, Pai ks and Cemeteries.
Bein? dippedin Rust-proof paintit will
last a life time, and is better than board
fence in every respect
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Specimens of Fence and Gates
Can be seen at tho ADVERTISER building
where a stock iskepton hand, and whore
all information as to price, Ac, can be
R. G. M. DU NO VA NT, Act,
_EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
A FEW HINTS
FOR THE OSE OP
DOSE. -To move the bow
els gently, 2 to 4 ?Ito;
tltorougkly, 4 to 6 Pilli.
Experience trill decide th?
proper dote in each cou.
l or Constipation, or Costiveness, no
remedy la so cffcc?vo aa AYER'S PILLS.
They ?aaure regular dally action, and re
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For Indigestion,or Dyspepsia, AVER'S
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Heart-burn, Loes of Appetite, Fool
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lu Liver Complaint, Billons Disorders*
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Aa a cleansing medicino in tho Spring, those
FILLS aro unequalled.
Worina, caused by a morbid condition of
lha bowels, aro expelled by these FILLS.
Eruption*. Skin Diseases, and riles,
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Fall directions, In Tarions languages, ac
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Dr. J. C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
J. Vt. ANDKRSO'N. P. LOVE KULLER
ANDERSON & HUB,
Successors to J. M. Anderson,
-AT THE -
Did Stand of R. A. Fleming,
903 REYNOLDS ST.,
Wo desire tn call tho attention of-the
miers of Edgetield County to the fact
at we aro fully prepared to sell OATS,
'HEAT, WOOL and HIDES on Coin
We have ample storage room ; can fur
sli Sacks and Advance on consign
en Ls in store.
From present prospects it seems like
?rv favorable prices may be realized.
Write to us for terms, &c..; we will
leorfuilv respond, and furnish quota
>ns when desired.
Soliciting your Consignments, we ate,
ANDERSON & FULLER.
ivliora everybody knows as the successful
manager of the
Largest Hotel Enterprises
>f America, says that while a passenger from
New York on board a ship going around Cap*
Horn, in tho corly days of emigration to Cal
ifornia, bo learned that ono of the officers ot
the voasel had cared himself, during the roy.
ige, of an obstinate diseaso by the use of
Slnco then Mr. LELAND has recommended
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA in many similar
cases, and ho has never yet heard of Ita iall
uro to effect a radical cure.
Somo years ago one of Mr. LELAND'S farm
laborers bruised his leg. Owing to tho bod
state of his blood, an upi y scrofulous swelling
ar lump appeared on tho injured limb. Hov
ribla itching of tho skin, with burning and
?arthig pains through tho lam?, made life
llmoat intolerable. The carno enor
mously enlarged, and running eera formed,
ilscharging great quantities of extremely
3 He ns i vo matter. Ko treatment was of any
ivairuntll tho man, by Mr. LELAND'S direc
tion, w.v supplied with AVER'S SARSAPA
RILLA, v. ".ch allayed the pain and Irritation,
mealed tho sores, removed tho swelling, and
sompletely restored tho limb to use.
Mr. LELAND has personally used
lot Rheumatism, with entire success ; ??d,
lftcr careful observation, declares that, lu
lis belief, there is-uo medicine in the world
io ual to it for the euro of Liver Disorders,
Bout, the effects of high living. Salt
Rheum, Soros, Eruptions, and all tba
tarions forms of blood diseases.
Wo havo Mr. LELAND'S permission to invita
ill who may desi rc further evidence in regard
? tho extraordinary curative powers of
Writ's SARSAPARILLA to see him persou
illy either at bis mammoth Ocean Hotel,
lang Branch, or at thc popular Leland Hotel,
Broadway, 27th and 28 th Streets, New York. .
Mr. LELAND'S extensive knowledge of tho
food done by this unequalled eradicator af
ilo od poisons enables him to gire luqolrers
nuch valuable information.
3 r. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Miss.
Sold by all Druggists; 51, si* bottles for ?5.
?gista, Ga., Library Building.
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