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Mflip SHkr's ?t?acfc ca Gea.
* * *
i one a quat hero o? his day
From barning Shenandoah said:
" I have such desolation spread
?'Thal s'en ?be crow flies not this way."
^ r. vf'?-' *.' ~:* -~ * *
' Goi s pity for th6 man, the cause
T iat led these hired hordes-that bu: ned
Tao hones of babes; then boastful
And claimed the frenzied land's applause.
Give fame to him who craves such fame !
O?d fiddling Nero shines a saint
Matched .with the picture Time shell
Of him whom men shall blush to name.
' These verses tacked Jap over . the
amaina of General Grant aa they lay
c5iiTafcste in the city" hall, New York,
-.. Bland io prim vritueis of the desire of
the frenzied few who once had charge
a 6T the government to lay the South
? ara Sta tea ia ashes. For after the
- m*yor had . ordered the lines taken
"down the author plead in their de
. fe nee that they had been written to
celebrate Sherman's march through
- Georgia; and that he* thought them
! graU and glori?os; particularly where
"Ile bore aloft oar sword of fire."
lll^JS?f??r?.Sherman, if I read rightly,
. ai'firat gloried in his "sword of fire,"
and. piar?cul?rly in . the turning of
gu) "Colombia was a? bad as Charlen
" tod, and therefore Colombia was barn
ed," etc., etc. '
. . Bat after awhile this barning of
cities and farm houses began to be
unpopular. And then prompt deni
als began to be heard from the man
who " bore aloft, our sword of fire."
the great reunion of the Army
'Potomac in Hartford, a few
years since, I sat immediately before
General Sherman. ." I noticed him
-'?^fta^a?ne ?rose to m?k? his fierce
danial ol the ^ burning of Colombia,
as .charged, in ( th e book published by
Jefferson Davis. The speech had been
carefolly prepared and was already
.printed ana iQ tba .hands of the re
portera? Bat never in my life had I
- :seen any. man who commanded others
;;haj8 so little command of himself.
He was white with rage. Hia hands
'shook e.o .that he could hardly hold
hie paper ; and he could scarcely be
heard at all. At length he mounted
tfj^MFb 'And.then secretary of war,
' lar!.Lincoln, got up on another chair |
.and stood'by his side and held a lamp
*atf^?an, /Withthe "sword of fire"
i.'fp/ltrww a a?raage eight. The tall
TOtorJmtfb- tow'eriogup over thousands
*^^8oIdiers drowned. in a river ol
' champagnethis poor.old trembling
'-?man making one la*t mad and deeper
atfr appeal to posterity not to link hia
; naiaa with j Nero's.
' "I aeVer'/elt positively certain that
G?nera* Sherman had purposely and
. deliberately burned Columbia until I
-heari?'hiff deni?Hhat night.-Chicago
.Eit?ary. Zi/e for October.
iCprnmercial Fertilizers ami Home
v^ois-,, M**> Maceres.
lt., ;t -, -2 x> ?? Keowe* Courier.
No one can doubt bat our peopl
' s^end to?'much of their crops on fer
tilizars. They'tax their income sc
heavily that but little profit is left
fb?'-their . labor. Compost made
KmeiBcalcuIated to develop the high
est productive power of the soil of our
;<jbnnty':' 1 We have a cold, damp, fer
' tifesnyerEces, with' a compact, clayey
./"^L^T i MiiMiirT^L'- -
the grasses and cereals. We only need
something, to warm up the soil and
stimulate the growth of the plant in
ffle^'springl ^Fertilizers may effect
this object, extracting from the;- aoil
itsjfth?St<yi?ld,Jbut without giving
anything material in return. Lime
will not only effect the same thing
but will give new vitality to the land
which, for a period of twelve to
teen years,'continues unabated
vigor.; This is the difference, one
annual, the other is almost perennial
We believe farther, that lime is pre
ferable in its power to render th<
plant capable ; of resisting the infla
eno?'of-" drong h L'or flood. Why then
are not the rich veine.of lime abound
lng in our county opened up and this
valuable fertilizer applied to oar soil?
Discussion in Agricultural Societies
will not accomplish this, though in its
place-it may cfo good. The use of
lertilizera will not accomplish it,
though, this wears the-tinsel of g?>ld
and attracts many to their ruin. In
vain will 'science light up the path
way to prosperous agriculture, unless
oar people possess the will and energy
rto pursue and develop ito teachings
We ship from distant islands, at heavy
.expense, fertilizers far inferior in value
?ad durability to that abounding in
our own county. The consequence ia
oar soil is exhausted and our profits
swallowed up in the annual demand
for these, stimulants. The policy is
suicida! and very much resembles that
of borrowing capital at ruinous rate
instead of creating it. The profits in
both instances go from the State with
out leaving any benefit in rotura. I
we use lime the benefit ie lasting. The
price paid for the article.is kept in
the county and the general prosperity
is prO?j^(gE&; Many;- .bf our people
say: w^atjjannqtjb^a grown profitably
hera because ' the' .crop ia too j uncer
t?in^L?me a ^the remedy for this
Wherever -lime h aa been used; thc
crop of ?*he*t?. oats and. othergrains
have beeo'greatly increased. We saw
a p?ece-of?low land a few yeara ago
on the place now owned by Mr. Con
ley, which CspX A. Robins informed
us had been' limed by Mr. Breazeale
about twenty years before, and it was
easy tc tell to the very row to which
the lime had extended. There are a
number of good veins of lime in the
Whetstone section of cur county, sud
partiee-ibere bave, on two or three
occas;onB, begun f,a bun; it. Only a
few *weelVTago ' we' bought of Mr.
Roach 'at 25 cents a bushel and he
sold us several barrels of aa good
lime as can be ' ought anywhere. We
believe they have stopped burning,
^q.t jiope seme ona will again start
tb8 business. With' lime at twenty
five cents a farmer can buy fifty bush
els for about what three sacks of gua
no would cost. ? With fifty bushels of
lime mixed with leaves, muck, &c, a
great dea? of manure could be made,
and the land, so enriched, would last
many years. Let oar farmers conve
nient-to lime try it a few years, and
Wd think they would find it a paying
Cast Off Your Chilla, and Fject All
Biliousness from Your'System.
It is easily done. JekniHg*'a Hepatic
or Liver Medicine will do it without fail
-and very quickly, too. Nor need you
live on it by any means. A little now
and then, when you actually feel tho
need of it, will Keep yon splendidly
straight. "Try it-Jennings';! Hepatic or
Liver Medicine-sold by W. K. Lynch,
Tbc H?lste?a-FrJrsian an? Ihe Na
Many iurwers a?d dairy men kr.oW
but 1 i ttl s cancer ni ag the re&l vallie
of the Holstein Friesian cattle . as a
cross on the native cows. The ?Hol
atein-Fricskn balls are not excelled
by any other breed in their excellent
breeding qualities. AHolstein-Fri?
sian bull placed, at the head of a herd
of common cows, all colors, ehapee,
sizes and all degrees of coarseness,
will produce his own forn\ color,^dis
position and peculiarities with such
certainty that the owner may,b6 per
fectly eure beforehand that-all h\S
half-blood calves will have tho mark
ed characteristics of the Holstein
Frieeian cattle. j,
It is said that even half-blood bulls
r?tsia this transmitting p jwer of the
marks and peculiar characteristics of
this famous breed of cattle. We give
herewith a portrait of a few Hoi?tein
Friesian grades. This will illustrate
the value of a cross between the na;
five or ..scrub" cow and a Holsteinj
Friesian bull. They are the property
of the Northwestern Importers and
Breeders Association, of Benson, Minn.
The gentlemen representing this As,
sociation have done much to work up
an interest in this well known breed'
of cattle, that are making our stock
men and dairymen so prosperous; The
Holptein-Frieeians are gaining in pop;
ularity every year, and they will soon
be the leading and most popular breed
of cattle in that section. At the first.
annual sale held by the Northwestern
Importers and Breeders Association
in Minneapolis, last month, thirty-six
head sold at an ave* age nf $2S0 por
bead, many .of our leading and moat
enterprising stockmen being the purj
MB. LINCOLN'S PASSES NOT' RE
SPECTED.-It is related that a gentle
man from some Northern city entered
Mr. Lincoln's private office in the
Bpring of 1863, and earnestly requestf
ed a pass to Richmond. "A paso to
Richmond !" exclaimed tho President;
"why, my dear sir, if I should give
you one it would do no good. Yon
may think it very strange, but there's
a lot of fellows between 'here and
Richmond Viho either can't read or
arc prejudiced against every man who
totes a pass from me. I have given
McClellan and more than 200,000
others paasea to Richmond, and not a
darned one of 'em has yet gotten
It Shall Pnt SicBuess and s mirri np
It shall cure all the people and phi
sickness and suffering, underfoot! we
mean Penn's Bitters, the comfort, tho
refuge, the salvation of millions. Add
disease upon disease, and lot the worst
come, we are safe if we uso Pam's Bitters.
Though thou diest with dyspepsia, torpid
liver, biliousness and headache yet shall
thoa live if thou takes: Penn's Billers
What woman is there,' weak, feeble and
sick, who useth Perm's Bitters, and is not
made strong and cheerful by it? Indeed
all our pains and aches and diseases go
like chaff befure the wind whenever we
wisely have recourse to Penn's Billers ! j
G. L. PENN & SON aro nov/ displaying
the most beautiful stock of Jowo?ry evor
seen in Edgefield-everything in that
line you can think of. Go early and take
a look at it.
IWILL bo at the following places on
days named, for collection of Taxes..
The levy for the prasont fiscal year is as
follows : Stato tax, 5i mills, County,
mills, ?School, 2 .mills..
Ridge Spring, ;-i,'.-^Tt?nrsday, Oct. J
Ward's, . r'.Priday, " *>
Johnston, .,*'.'? Saturday, "
Edpcufield e.'ir.,' Monday, "
- - Tuesday,-;-r-*
Colliers, Wednesday, *'
Holder's, " .Thursday, 1 "
Clark's Hill. . .V-Frfday,
Modoc, rr-' ' "Saturday " 10
Parksville, .-' . -Monday, "12
Plum Brauch,:' ; - Tuesday, " 13
Minor's, Wednesday, " 14
Longmires, Thursday, . " Iii
P. P. Doolittle's, Friday, . ?IQ
Cboatham's, Saturday, " 17;
Mooting Stroet,.-' -.."-Monday, " 19
Ploasant Lane, '-^Tuesday, " 20
Durst's Store, * ."Wed. & Thurs. 21,22
Haltiwanfrer's, Friday, Oct. 23
Traywick Chapel, Saturday, . ** Si
W.W. Owdom's, Monday, " 26
Richardsonvilln, Tuesday, ' " '27 ?
Coleman's X Rd's, Wednesday, -?. .28
Crouch's Store, Thursday, " 29
Purifoy's, Friday, " 30
Kinard's Store, Saturday, " 31
Caughman's, Monday, Nov. 2
Holston's X Rd's, Tuesdav, M 3
Mt. Willing, Wednesday, " 4
J. D. Watson's, Thnrsday, ? ;5
Watson & Bros., Friday, " 6
Trenton, Saturday, " 7
Edgefield C. H., from Monday, Novem
ber 9, to Nov. 30th.
Aftor which IS per CGiit. will bo added
to all unpaid taxes.
W. L. STEVENS,
?ept. 2, 18*5.] Treasurer E. C.
THE undersigned has been AR^nt for
Edge?eld County for the GEORGIA
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, of j
Columbus Ga., for the lac,t twenty-five
?rears, and knows it to be a Reliable
Company. And with Ample Assets, Fair
adjustments and Prompt Payment*, it
las merited and received a liberal pat
ronage from the people of Edgb?eld.
If you want Firo Insurauce in a trust
worthy Companv, please call?n, orad
iress, I), lt. D?RISOE, Ag't.,
Feb. *Wj Fdtr?fiold. H. C.
whom everybody knows as the successful
manager of the
Largest Hotel Enterprises
of America, says that whilo a passenger from
New York on board a ship going around Capo
Hors, In the early days of emigration to Cal
ifornia, he learned that one of the officers of
the Teasel had ctired himself, during tho voy
age, of au obstinate disease by the uso ot.
Since then Mr. LELAND has recommended
Arm's SAB&APABILLA in many similar
cases, and he has never yet heard of its fail
ore to effect a radical cure.
8ome years ago one of Mr. LELAND'S farm
laborers bruised his leg. Owing to the bad
state of his blood, an ugly scrofulous swelling
or lump appeared on'the Injured limb. Hor
rible itching of tbe skin, with taming and
darting pains through the lump, made lifo
almost intolerable. The leg becomo enor
mously enlarged, and running ulcers formed,
discharging great quantities of extremely
offensive matter. No treatment was of any
avaif until tbe mon, by Mr. LSLAKD'S direc
tion, was supplied with AVES'S SABSAPA
BILLA, which allayed the paiu and irritation,
healed the sores, removed tho swelling, and
completely restored the limb to use.
Mr. LELAND hos personally used ?
Ayers Sarsaparilla .
for Rheumatism, with entiro success ; and,
liter careful observation, declares that, ia
ils belief, there is-no medicine in tho world
ional to it for the cure of Liver Disorders,
Boat, Che effects of high living, Salt
Shearn, Sores, Emptions, and oil tho
marions forms of blood diseases.
We have Mr. LELAND'S permission to invite
ill who may desire further evidence In regard
o tho extraordinary curative powers of
LVEB'S SABBAPABILLA to see him pcrson
tlly cither at his mammoth Ocean Hotel,
?mg Branch, or at the popular Leland Hotel,
Iroadway, 27th and 28th Streets, New York.
Mr. LELAND'S extensive knowledge of tho
cod done by this nnequalled eradicator of
load poison? enables him to give inquirers
inch valuable information, .
? - PEEP ABED BY ~
>r. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; fl, six; bettles for 85.
TV?LTJABLB ?place?il?""t??dron the
J Westside offStegenfc' Cfree^with
I in easy distta^ej* twp Butionsjf^odd
* lawn" ana i?erTw??Eer) on th<TA. & RT
road, and not over twenty miles .above
Angosta. This property consistrof about
Seven Hundred acres of land, well suited
to the production of cotton and grain, or
any other crop adapted to this climate.
It is offered privately until Dec. 7th.
when, if not disposed of, it will be sold
at Edgefield 'CvH. at public d?tcry.? |
"For particulars address the undersign
ed, of apply io mm on the premise*.
Sept. 29, '85.-43] Woodlawn, 8. C.
HFOR SALE.-A B?RGA1?.
THE SHEPPARD PLANTATION
containing over 320 acres, ? about ?
of which lies within the corporate limits
of Edgefield Village ; ? in original forest, .
the wood standing sella at. $15 to $20 per
acre; about60 acres of splendid Creek
and Branch bottom land; the.remainder
consisting of fine grain and cotton land,
about 20 acres of which ls fresh. '
Upon thia place is a cottage of 6 rooms,
with 3 framed dwellings, 2 with 2 rooms
oach, and 1 with 4 rooms. There are also
a half dozen beautiful building sites over
looking the town. Tho bottom land is
very fine, and if properly prepared'and
worked will make 60 bushels oats, 30
bua bel s corn and 20 bushels peas eaoh"
per year. Terms.easy.... .'..
. Tho above will be rented <about. four
horse farm) if not sold-within 30 days. /
H. ,W. ADDISON.
Sept 29,1885.-5^43 -, ,
Executor's Notice. i?
"VTOTICE is hereby given that on tho
Xl 7th day of. November, A. D. 1885,1
will make a final settlement as Executor
Of the last WM and Testament ol Mury
Gomillion, dec'd., in the prfice of the
Probate Judge, and willst th? sam? time
make application tb the' Judge of Pro
bate in and for. Edgefield ?County for a
final discharge from the office of .Exec
utor of the Estate of the said Mary Go
?,-,<. : fi MARK .TONEY,
? Sept.'30,1885.-4t43] Executor. '
iCTC.-?y.tr-^'^N?7yj-r-'~ -. --.> ?..?! *r*r -
I:- ' ir)
1 3 An infallible and ttbsp- '?
..' V./luto specific for all din-1 >
tressing diseases peculiar
to the female sex. Atri
al moansacure. .'. I ?ti
;-. v..-. edi B&**?13
: 14^0 hi
Ladies suffering from
troubled peculiar to their ' .
- sex, no matter what kind,
can find relief,and euro
in a bottle *?f Bradfield's
Female Regulator?.'. ;"'. ' '? ,
?^v.teiii *?a"H Hei '-c'.ul ::'S.
...",,.. ; -I. ?. .,i.t, ,ff: if
53L :. ' // .:. CCE . y ?
} ?* ?m. ./:*'? '-f !( .;;??.''. -.-ni ;
i?i?SvK?sesiCt T-.*'<).. ,v;evc ?
fas ;j?.*c <? . :.,;:*.'.' aaei ? 1
Send for our book containing valuablo
information for womon. It will be mail
ed freo to applicants.
THE BRADFIELD RE?ULATOR CO., .
Box 28, Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by all druggists.' .
OUT OF THE ASHES!
1 Respectfully informs his Friends and
Customers, that he has, .-. , ;
Since the Fire,
Sot up his rest at tho .
with a good stock of
Now being daily recruited from the best
marketa irrthe-Iancb . - - . ?
Como and see mo. .- r
W. H. BRCNS0N, A'gt.
Oct. 21, 1884.-49 . * . ..
dne Bottle Guaranteed to Cure
One Case. It Never Fails.
(i. JJ. PENN & SON are authorized' to
efund the monoy in evory case where it
I argo bottles-20 to 40 doses-prjee $1.
["ry it in your homes and on tho planta
Sold only by G. L. PEMNckSON, at
Cdgefiold. '. '..- ."?- - .
Druggist* ati? lititnufacher.ers:;
Aug. I8r%.]:- - AUG?STA, GA.
; School Books.
Savo?mlf yourninnoy by guying &?0g
>ND irANlfB?tlKS, which aro j??fc sn
ood In -every ros pect as- now. ones,
.argfvst collection in tho Slate, School
upplios arid Stationery Itt great variety.
Wo also Keep NKW, SCHOOL ROOKH
Z. T. STINK,
10? Contre Street, Augusta, Ga.
Sept. 10, 1885.
aAVINf? recenjty sot up a Lumber
Mill on* a finely timbered tract
bout two m i hw-Sou th ward nf Johnston,
nd ono mlle from C. U? A A. R; K., we
nw offer to tho public tho best of-pino
sml>o.r in all.clawips. Woguarantcoour
imb?raud will set our prices to suit
io limo?. : J. P. * J.. W..IIARI)Y.
;May 27, 1685.-6-25; ? ?
or Rent, or for Sale on Rea
1. A 250 Acre Farm, near Dom's
Lill, well watorod. Fine oats can be
-own on it.
2. Two Lots and a Dwelling, at Ridge
3. Four Commodious Stores, at Edgo
3ld C. H.
4. 2,<MM> Acres of Land, on Shaw's
reek, 3 miles from Trenton, partly in
dgofield and partly in Aikeu County
Uh fino ti m bor, '.rater powers, opon
nd and tenant housoa. Will be cut up
to small tracts if desired^
Also, 2 good 45-saw Gins and 1 set Mill.[
ono? for salo.
ARTHUR Si TOMPKINS, A try.,
Hg 12,'84.-tf ] JEdgotloJd ?. If., S. C.
gCHED.ULE iu effect Se|. 14,3 884:; ;
. 1 j :SCOTHWAR$. ':: I'
No. 52-MAIL and EMPRESS.
.i 1 --Leave '
Stateaville,.?-*....\?.....;.-f.-7:45 a m
Leave- Charlotte,.. .....,.JL?.,liQQ p hi
' Arrive at Columbia, P*K??^?3K15
X?av? Columbia, [B] ....<...*.-.'.'6:25
Leesville,.:. 7:20 I
Ridge St?ring,.:..'....:. ..'........?.'...7:51 f
Arrive at Augusta,-Ga.,.'..if.-. 9:38
No. 53, DAILY-MAIL Ara EXPRESS. !
i Leave .
Augusta,' Ga.,!.......;...'...:4.-. 8:45 a m
Trenton.......... !.i. 10:07 t
Johnston,.?. & 10:24 i
Arrive ?t Columbia,W..512:42 p m
Leave Columbia, _.....1)12:52
Arrivo at Charlotte,.4 0:15. .
Leave Charlotte,'.....'..'....'...'.'.'. .:t:7:15v "
No. 47 DAILY-MAIL AND ?|PJIESS.
. ? Leave
Augusta, G?, (A).;.?..il 5:55 p ui
Granltevillo, .'............S 0:53 I
Ridge Spring..;..:;.I? 8:15
Arrive Columbia, (D)..;...........'J0;:2? .
'. " . ' . ? i'
No. 48, DAILY-MAILAND EXTRESS.
. ,. _ . airs ?Leave
Columbia",:..'.*..:;.h;f-..5r.'.-.-.':.'...,.g:15 a m
Batesburgr??.?.. ......... ...,.,..?.....
Nos. 52 and 53 carry Pullman Sleepers
between-Augusta aaa Washington.
S Nos. 4^ and 48 carry Pullman Sleepors
between Augusta ana Wilmington. '
All accommodation trains going North
connect at Chester with trains on Chester
and Lenoir Railroad. .
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked to all principal points, i
G. R. TALCOTT, Sip't.
M. SLAUGHTER, Gon. Pas. Agent.
., JD..CARDWELL, ASS't-Gen. Pas.'Agents
Columbia; S. C.; . [t
Augusta & Knoxville R. R Co.
Schedulein Effect June 25, 1885.
(Road down.) (Read up.)
' 8 10
. G -20
Lv Laurwna Ar
Lv Greenw'd Ar
4 35 ? " Pl'm Br'ch .?]
Lv 'Augusta' Ar
Ar Beaufort Lv
M Port Royal "
" Charleston "
" Savannah "
" Jacks'nv'le "
7 sol 4 40
7 Qi} 3 30
Connoctions made at Green wood o and
from all points on Columbia & Green
Time 32 minutes slower than Auguuta
timo. y '
E. T. CHARLTON, G. P. A.
1 J. N. RA SS. Sup't.
XHE SOUTH CAROLINA PB
TENT! AR Y BOOT and SHOE FAfp
TORY has now boen in successful ope
ration three years, and in that time h/as
secured an enviable reputation for tho
Make-up and Quality of ita goods. Deal
ers throughout tho country who were
prejudiced in favor of other makes, are
now only too gi vd to replace their old
slocks with the products of this Factory,
and orders are daily received from all
sections of the State, and numberless in
quiries for "sample lines" from which!
to select an order. The reputation of
these goods for "durability" stands un
rivalled. One doaler writes: "I shall
never sell any but Penitentiary Shoos
lhere is more money in iem than in
anything that I have ever handled."'
Another says: "The case of'stitch
downs' shipped mo on Tuesday have
gone liko 'hot cakes;" send me two
mnre cases." ' f,
[Another, buying his first bill, writes
"Goods received, open up splendidly
am confident of a 'big run' on them.'.'
- Those aro but a few of the many letters
hoing oonsjtantiy received. Ask your
l?ountry mrirnhant for SOUTH CAROLINA
Penitentiary Shoes. Take those of NO
OTHKR Penitentiary. All of our goods
are stamped on the bottom : A. C. DIB
ERT, Columbia, S. C.
Salesrooms : 260 King St., Charleston
S.C.; 716 Broa i St., Augusta, G.; and
Columbia, S; C.
; restores, irita tho gloss, and '.freshness, of
youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich
brown colbr.'or deep black, as may bc desired.
By its uso light or r&l hair may bo darkened,
tliiu .hair thickoned; and baldness often,
, though not always, c?rojl? \ ff *?<?
lt checks falling of tho. Unir,'- and-stimu
lates a weak and sickly growth to^vigor. It
prevents and cures scurf and dandruff,.and
heals nearly every disease .peculiar to the
scalp. As a.Ladies' Hair Dressing, tho
? ViGon ii unequalled-; it contains neither oil
:rior-'dyo,;~roiiders tho hair'soft; "glossy, and
. silken lu appearance, and imparts'a delicate,
agreeable, and lasting perfume.. " - .
Mn. C,i\ BUTCHER writes.?rora Kirby; Ot.
July 3,1882: "1vOst fall mv hair commenced
fulling'out. and in a short'time-I became
nenrly bald. I used part .of a bottle of
Anni's H.vjn Vioon, which stopped.the fall
ing of the hair, und started a now growth. I
have ??ow a fuH- heml-Of hair growing vigor
ously, and am convinced that but for the
uso of your preparation 1 should llave been
<7. W. DpwEX, proprietor of4he McAtfhvt
(Ofrio) Enquirer, s.'iya; " AvBR*8 HAiaJ^'ootC '
ls a most escolloni preparation for the hair.i
I speak of.lt from my own exp?rience;? 41?
uso promotes :the growth of now hair, and
makes it glossy ana soft. Tho VIGOR is also
a suro euro for dandruff. Not within ray
knowledgo has tho.-preparation o?er failed
to give entire satisfaction.'.' : ?
Mn. ANGUS ' FATRDA)!I& leader: of 'the '
celebrated "Fairbairn Family" of Scottish ?
Vocalists, writes from Boston, Mass., Feb. 6,
.J880 : "Ever since my hair began to ?ive sil
very evidence, of the chango which fleeting
tiino procuroth. I liavo unod Avuit'a HAIR
VIOOH,.and BO liavo been nblo to maintain
an apnearaiice of youthfulness-a matter of
considerable consequence to' minister?, ora
tor.*, nctors, and in fact evory one who lives
In tho oyes of tho public."
Mus. O. A. PRESCOTT; writing from 18 Elm
St., Charlestown, Mats., April M, 1882, says :
" Two years ago about two-thirds of my hair
carno off. It thinned very rapidly, and I waa
fust growing bald. On nstng AYEB'S HAIR
Vioon tho falling stopped and a now growth
commenced, and in about a month my bead
was completely covored with short hair. It
hos continued to grow, and is now as good te
beforo it fell. I regularly used but ono bottle
of tho Vic.on, hut novase li occasionally as
?dressing.". . I
\To hnvo nnndrede of similar testimonials'
to tho efficacy of AYEB'S HAIR VIQOB. It
needs but a trial to convince- tho most Ekcptl
:al of its value. .- . , .
PREPAREO DT '/ /
Dr. J* C. Ayer &Co.,towel', Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
For the Best and Most Durable, J
;/ Otis 1 *. .* ..
' And several other good makes-all WARRANTED. FOR 5 YEARS. ?
- ? ? -200 Good Second-HaDd Sewing Machines,: at $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00
oach-Warranted. ? J
. NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS for all .machines.
Sewing Machines Adjusted and Repaired by a First Class Adiueter.
AGENTS FOR DOMESTIC PAPER; PATTERNS.
Send for Catalogue and Price List. r j
THOMAS, BASTOS & IEY, ]?
_924 & 928 Broad St,t AUGUSTA, ?A> i
-July 21. 1885.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
SILVER and PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, &c i
,1 have received and am receiving daily, the finest line of the above gooda
ever brought to this city, at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. Agent for
the BRAZILIAN SPECTACLE. WATCHES and CLOCKS ropaired and
warranted. ' WHI. SCHWEIGERT,
Oct. .18, "82. ly] 732 Broad St., Under Central Do ti I, Augusta.
The Mammoth Furniture Store Man, Begs to
the Following Awful] y Low Prices
An entire Walnut Bed-room Suite, fall marble top, 10 pieces, $89-; a
very Large and Elegant Solid Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with Plush,
only $42.50 ; an Elegant Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with either Good
Ha\r CLttTor Fancy Ramie, at $27.50 ; a Large Aasortment of Poplar Bed
room Suites, full marble top, at $32; br, in wood top, from $16.50 to $25. :
A No. 7 Flat Top Cook Stove, with 50 pieces ware, for.^13 ; No. 6 J
Step Stove, 25 pieces ware, $8.75.
Every kiod and every article of every kin<L?in the Furniture, Beddirjg!
abd Stove Line; also, a full line of Window Shades, Carpeta, Rugs, Clocks,!
' In Undertaking Department you can find Coffins and Caskets, Gentle
men's Robes, Ladies' Robes, Odd Fellows' umd Masons' Trimmings, and a
full line of all other Trimmings.
Any infc.mation will be cheerfully given. Write for full particular}
L. F. PADGETT'S,
1110 and 1112 Broad St., Angosta,. Ga,
Aug ll, 1885.-19
THE CHEAPEST CARPETS IN GEORGIA.
. . Stock Larger, Prices Lower Than Ever Before.
Curnnts and House Furnishing Goods, the Largest Stook South, Moquet, Brus
sels, S-Ply and Ingrain Carpets, Rugs, Mats and Crumb Cloths, Window Shades,
Wall Papers, Borders, Lace Curtains, Cornices and Poles, Cocoa and Canton Mat
tings, Upholstery, Chromos. fiB~ Write for Samples and Prices.
JAMES G. BAILIE & SONS, Ag'ta.,
Mar. 17. 1885.-IB T14 Broad Ht.. AUGIISTA, ?A.
JAS. L. QUINBY & CO.,
Have just received and have now on exhibition, an cx->
cecdingly large and well selected of goods, which they offer
at prices low enough to satisfy all :
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Staplo and Fancy
Bagging and Ties.
Wo mako a specialty of SHOES, and carry the largest stock outside of a city.
Our WAGON YARD ia opon and free for the use of our customers.
p&- Full cash valuo paid for cotton and othor country produce.
JAS. L. QUINBY & CO.,
Sept. 23, 1S84. GRANITE VILLE. S. C.
FIRST CHANCE AND LAST (WINCE!
The Very Beat Chance to Purchase Pure
ALES. WINES, LIQUORS AID CIGARS, AT
? A. P. ? PADGETT'S,
MADISON, NEAR GRANITEVILLE, S. O.
> I make NORTH CAROLINA COHN WHISKEY, PEACH and ArPLB BRANDY
I am also agent for Alfred Speer's Passaic. N. J., Wines
md Brandy, Pure BAKER WHISKEY, Pure N. 0. CORN WHIS
Bottled SODA WATER and COOL DRINKS for the Summer.
" , ? o Q o A, P. PADGETT, Ag t.
Madison, S. C., Sept. 30, 1885.-45
NEW ERA POWER PRESS
Made und Sold by
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO
laundry, iff achine,
ROIL UK W?HRS.
Engine, Mill and Gin Supply
Nuw Work and Repairs I'ronip'
Wrlto for Prices.
Steam and Water Pipe end Brase Valves nf all kinds.
First Class 10 Horse Power Eogirie only $495.00.
With First Clase Tools, Men and close personal attention, we give all
ork prompt attention. [Aug. ll, 1885.
C. W. HENSON,
RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
CTVET* SS6 BROAD STREET,
Meals furnished at all hours, consisting of all the substantials and dellca
as of tho snason. Everything scrupulously neat, the host of order kent, and the
>litoat attention givea. [Nov. 20-Cl
CANDIES AND FRUITS !
. ia g?i .
We are now offering-aToll stock of Pore ... ..' , ; ''
Candles, Fruits, Crackers, Cigars, Canned Goods, ele.,
The Finest Stock of " ,
TOYS tn. tia? OITT?
%3S~ Wholesale and Retail Trade supp i at the lowest Casa Prices. -
DENNING & 00,
. ...... ?. i
636 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
J. M. ANDERSON,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AGENT FOR .. .
MASSEY'S COTTON GINS, FEEDERS and CONDENSERS, and
LEE'S PREPARED AGRICULTURAL LIME.
Charg? for handling Cotton reduced to 50c. p ? bale commissions; 25c.
per bale storage. >
Liberal CASH ADVANCES made on Cotton in Store.
i'd VB* PERSONAL ATTENTION given .to Weighing And Selling. : ,
Offica and Warehouse, 90S Reynolds St., Augusta, Cia.
Sept. 15, 1885 -2m_: . ,- Am a a ? .
BAY & TAOAHILL,
Are rf ow Receiving a Fine Assortment of
CARRIAGE & BUGGIES
FOR THE SPRING TRADE,
AT PB?CE9 TO SUIT THE TJM?S
And Xever Before Attained in the History of the Business.
ai .. . .. . . ' j ?tffc? !.:i.;a>."J! frwut) ?til &ntetp?
We are enabled to give our Customers every-. advantage by. purchasing
our goods at the Closest Possible Cash price?. Call and to convinced. 8
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES IN GREAT VARIETY;
S ::: ? .... !i3 acx??^c?ai?v
The finest assortment of HANDBAGS and .SATCHELS .ftvert brought
to the City. TRUNKS, WHIPS and. UMBRELLAS,, ,.? ? ; j. .
THE-WILSON, CHILD'S &. CO.'S PHIL A. WAGONS, ?all sizea : .
TENNESSEE WAGONS, 1; 2 and 4 Horse..
DAY & TANNAHILL'S ONE ind TWO HORSE WAGONS.
EXPRESS AND DELIVERY WAGONS. 'v -
Axles, Springs, Hobs, Spokes, &c. Rubber Beliing and Packing.
HOYT'8 LEATHER BELTING. The beet in the World...- \ )if,
LACING, RIVETS, ETC. OAS and HEMLOCK SOLE LEATHER.
CALF and LINING SKINS,' LASTS, THREAD, OEt?ENT, BTO:
HARNESS AND SADDLES. ' . '\ -
We call particular attention to our Harness Department, in watch ve
excel in quality and'price. 1 ratibd
DAY & TANNAHILL,
733 and 735 H ROAD STHEET,......... ..........,.AUGUSTA, GEO?MA.
ADFRED BAKER, Presidont.
JOSEPH 8. BEAN, Cashier.
Augusta Sayings Bank,
811 Broad Steet, Augusta, Ga.
Transacts a General Deposit and Discount Btisincss.
Interest on Deposits of Five to Two Thousand Dollars.
Accounts of Banks, bankers and Merchants Beoeived cr. Favorable Terms*
Special Attention Given to Collections.
Depositors receivo interest every six months equal to that which the best.ae
curiiies nay, and all-the while their money is available for ase, should necessity
require it. We always have money on hand to loan, and afford special accommo
dations to our customers. We buy and sell Bonds and Stocks, and are always
hapry^to give information. '. Vr~
l RECTO us :-AFFRED RAKER-W B..YOUNff, F.nw ? TJTl ^nnnfTTj^
ruiprafr JOUKFg-Br^EAN. [Dec 23d, 18847
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS, fcc.
BUY YOUR HOLIDAY Q00D8 AT /
CHAS. W. KLEIN'S
JEWELRY AND MUSIC STORE.
Repairing a Specialty?
538 BROAD ST.. AUGUSTA. QA.
6. Ii. Penn & Son
STILL DEFY COMPETITION .IN .
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
Fine Confectionery I
_A VING partially recovered from the disastrous effects of the second
snrning of Edgefield-aided thereto by the g?nerons support of onr friendu
ind patrons-we are proud to announce that we are again FAB AHEAD
)f Competition in this market, and that every Department of onr Store ia
3ow filled with the CHOICEST, FRESHEST, PUREST and BEST Article?
;hat money.can buy.
Our prices, for the same quality of goode, are as Low as any hoaeat
nerchant can make them and escape Bankruptcy.
With sincere thanks to our friends and customers for their H bo ral patronado ia
he past, we respectfully solicit a continuance of the same- promising to do ni a
mr power to give satisfaction to every one who trades with os. .
1ST Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours of the day abd night.
G. L. PJJNN & BdrT.
FIRST CU ?SS NEf
' * LARGEST STOCK OF
tidies' Dress Goods, Fancy
Have Shown for Two Beatons Pant.
LL my 8pocialtIes, GENTS' FUR
NISHING GOODS, CLOTHING
nd SHOES, are kept right up to the
tandard. No Shoddy bargains poked
t yon-only such Reliable GoodB as
!dgefteld people will buy.
Please allow mo the pleasure of show
ig my Goods and Prices to you, and the
ork is dono.
Remember, I AM HEADQUARTERS
a SHOES, CLOTHING, LEATHER,
SPOT CASH COMMANDS BAR
Grocery Department Full
F Choice Goods.
Globe Hotel !
Headquarters for Commercial mea
and Country Merchants.
Centrally locale I-Ce raer Rrrttf
and Jackson sirof to, lo/rts?*, Sa.
jso. r. CABTtffifeir.
Sept. 9. 1885.
DUTCr. BOLTING CLOTHS,
NOW is the timo when everyone who
has a Mill should be looking how
ho can make the most and the best Flou r.
In order to do this, he must have a good
Bolting Cloth. You can got that by call
ing or sending to
Miller's Corner, Awputla, Qa.
July 1, 1885.-30_
Application for Final Dis
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
22d day of October next, the under
signed will apply to W. F. Roath, Judge
of Probate for Edgo?eld County, for a
Final Discharge as Guardian of Emma
Sept. 19, 1885. J. K. DURISOR.
J. M. COBB.
Sept. 2, 1886.
Mid WHISKY HABITS nm
ut homo TV I (hutu pain. BOOK
of llnrlloiiUr? a?at F?ti; B.
B. ItTwOOLUT, k. 0,, A??at*,Q?.