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The "Nationalists" of Maino meet
in Convention on the 5th of June.
Nevada elects State officers in
November. The now Legislaturo
will choose a United States Senator
to succeed Jones.
Richmond Whig (Dem.) :-"A
scarce and dear currency is a curse
to every industry. Our present
situation is confirmation strong as
The Portland Oregonian (Rep.)
thinks that on national issues the
State of Oregon would give a Re
publican majority of from ten to
fifteen thousand votes.
The policy of many Republican
journals now seems to be to let
Hayes shift for himself and only to
trouble themselves with the future
welfare of the party.
Boston Globe (Dem.) :-"If tho
Republican party can endure the
pangs of a guilty conscience for
three years longer the Democrats
V., certainly can, while the great
ness and industrial interests demand
peace and order,"
This is a specimen of the rabid i
Radicalisni of the Utica Republican :
"Conciliation is a cheat and a snare,
and only brings nearer the bloody
hour when the loyal masses must
again meet the hosts of Democracy
on the field of carnage."
Cleveland Leader :-"It seems
almost a pity that there is no
wealthy Republican as unscrupulous
as Tilden and sufficiently liberal to
send secret agents down with
money and promises to hire some
of the penitent Democratic election
managers to 'confess.'"
The San Francisco Alta Ualifor
nia says that unless the baneful
principles of "Kearncyism" are soon
extirpated there, "they must result
in disorders, riots, confusion,
seditions, anarchy, bloodshed and
death," but it will be eventually
"overwhelmed by failure, defeat and
The Augusta (Me.) .Jour'nal says
that as Governor Williams is be
lieved to be unsound on the "fraud
question," the Tildonites will not
permit his renominatio)n, but Mar
eellue Emory will hecome the dic
tator of the Democracy of Maine,
and will carry it for Tilden in 1S80.
New Haven .Reg ister :-" Peace
lasting and genuine wvould come to
our polities if this hideous night,
mare of fraud weore disissca. if
I-ayes' is a patriot he will resign.
IL Republican leaders and organs
- sge wise they will insist on his
resignation. The slavery agitation
overthrew the Democratic party.
T.be Hayes fraud agitation will
obliterate the Republican party
uiOess the loaders bend to the storm
- and wash their hands of the foulest
crime in American history."
Aghastly auction sale took place
at Ashtabula last week. The relics
ofthe -terr'ible railroad accident
~~ WQ sold to the highest bidder.
A lis o.f the relies wvas made out by
- tllocoYoner at the ftrat of the month
- and the avalue of each article sot
down,- the total amounting to $63.
The, gale brought $45. Only one
article was recognized. A young
lady. identiged .a watch and chain as
belongin to her father, A. H. Stock
well, As tula, who has been miss.
ing sinde the disaster. One apart..
ment had 800 pieces of clothing
stored away in it, This hideous
pile wsodinalumnp toa paper
mill, atad perhatps these relics will
yn keiecye in theo form of a
tt i' idiaps not generally known
tht or on the tunnel under the
Biih aitiuel is quietly progress-.
~ n. The expeHimental shaft at
i is.Aalhady.880 feet below
wate~rn,t, a paifr of pumps throw
I ~~ater which works in pien..
f hil~ n tl 'chalk lap under
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]tiO0tDAN .0 DAW ION, Paropietors,
AMarch a ti UllA tHi.ES't'ON, 8. C.
TOTAL ABSTINiENCE SAVING WINE TILL iT
There Is a curious story about some native
wines which arc extensively advertred nowa,
days, and have onily recently been put upon
the market. Dr. U nderhiill, the well-known
gr ape-grower of Croton Point, died in 387r.
Some of his heirs entertained temperance
views of such extreme kind, that they were
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then en
hand to be sold or any more to be made.
The grapes have sometimcs bceen sent to
market, and sometimes left to decay upon
the vines. 1t is only now that ihe other heirs
have succeedecd in arranging for a settlement
of the estate and the sale of the wines on
hand. Among these is a wine of the vintage
of s864, described as a "Sweet Union Port,"
but suggesting the Imperial Tokay more
than any other Europecan wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growth. Its puarity, age and mellowness are
remarkable, and bot physicians and wine
fancIers have a special interest in it as the
oldcst native wvine now accessible in any con
siderable quantity. The wvhole stock is in the
hands of the wellI-known wholesale grocery
house of the Thurbers.-N. Y. Tibune,
Nov., 19, 1677.
Trho above speaks for itself, but wve wvould
odd that this is the pure juice of the grape,
neither drugged, //guonrd nor watered; that it
has been ripened and mellowed by age, and
for medicinal or sacramental purposes it is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wvholesale from the
undersigned, who will forwvard descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Wvst Btt.duimy, Readu and Hudson Sltnets,
Corner of Broad and Washington Streets,
AUGUSTA, G &.
AR been thoroughly renovated, re
modeloed and newly furnished. It
is located in the centre of business
Telegraph Ofbee in the H otel, building.
Express Offioe in the same blook. Post
Offiee onliy one blook 6k'. 411 otle- pub~
io convenIehaootn elo at head.:
SThe t0fmeg ;t 'the lroteii111'ho
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ELI1CI, WICIEITBEM & C0
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
TE.A.S, WIATES -AJT LIQCTO)ts
ORDERS sent receive the same attention as when given in person; a&d special
care isgiven to packing. end for Catalogue.
Jan TERMS CASH.
TO THE PUBLIC.
M Y customors know that I have heretofore led the FURNITURE trade of the
South, in stylo, quality and prices.
The time has com when those goods can be purchased as cheap from me as in
the North and West.
I do not go backwards, but continually raiso tho standard of my goods, and add
new stylos. I h wvo mnde reductions in prices w horover possible, and spared no
e:, -'enso to place in your hands a prico list that will help you to prchase goods.
I respectfully invite you to call and examine my stock and prices before pur
Orders by mail will receivo as much attention as if given in person.
Itwonid mako the list too large to describe and e')y all the different prices of
Parlor Suits, Dining Ie in, Oflico, Standing, Parlor and L'dies' Desks, Secreta
ries, Dwarf Libraries, and Book Cases, manufactured by nio.
Thanking you for past favors, I remain, yours respectfully,
G. V. DeGRAAF,
147, 1474 and 149, BROAD STREET,
jan 8- lgu +a ,
y.YNo charge for drayage or packing.
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambei
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, T' bles
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, Towerl-acks, Wash
standH, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
Stands, Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un
zr Save high bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
RUSTIC WIrnow SHADEs, Low in Price, Durable and Convenient. They
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shades
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children'i
And Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorato Prices. Furniture inade to order.
I keelp on hand a full supply of Metalie and Rosewvoodl Burial Cases
and (Coftins of the finest finish. Also, a ceaep stock of Coffins.
___ __ R. W. Phillipsu
Tmis standard article is comn- A...,..
pounded with the greatest care. '(T,MVlTISIPOD
Its effects are as wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
it restores gray or faded hair toSE V I G
its youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching M C I~ E
and dandruff. It gives the head a Thfolig pcicpitofup
cooling, soothing sensation of great riit
comfort, and the scalp by its use JGet~m~IlyA oi
becomes white and clean. E'iIO.
By its tonic properties it restores -ExeIugyLgtfm.
the capillary glands to their normal ug
vigor, preventing baldness, and 4- il um uli.NleI,
making the hair grow thick and -'io'it ilVitls0
As a dressing, nothing has been 1 'ulua.Mul
found so effectual or desirable. 7~tAa E CINI
A. A. Hayes, M. D., State As- uc .
sayer of Massachusetts, says, " The Snl ahnsieto resdrc
constituents are pure, and carefully frmtelnor,riL ganeevi:
selected for excellent quality ; and cci~a1ie
I consider it the BEST PREPARATIONWH PAOD 1ICS
for its intended purposes."Sedo iruasndptclr.
Price, One Dollar. Ades
3Buckin~gham's :Dye Tm htuyli'.C.
FOR THE WHISKERS.ParonN
This elegant preparation may be -
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beard from gray or any other un
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Ibeing In one preparation, and quick- ? sleathDrgtr,at2cnL
ly and'"4ffectualg produces a per- pedonorwofrv ct.
manent color, wvhich will neither
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