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Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes
Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c.
eatly executed at this office,-CIIEAP
If the people can, by combined
and earnest effort in the next two
elections, aid in rescuing the coun
try from the surging waves -of the
Radical maelstrom which threaten s
to engulf our liberties and civiliza
tion beneath the dark waters of a
military despotism under Grant,
there is much to encourage our
efforts for prosperity.
We have passed through thirteen
years of experiment with the agri
cultural freed labor of tho South.
Practical men have had the oppor
tunity of estimating its value, and
can now make arrangements based
upon knowledge, free from the
ignorant interference and dictation
of Northern officials sent here to
ruin the people. The relations of
means to end and of labor and
capital in agriculture can adjust
themselves. The rich coast region
of this State, which formerly con
tributed very largely to the pros
perity of Charleston, is now uin
productive from the demoralized
condition of the labor in the rice
region and the yearly recurrence of
caterpillars on the sea islands. But
the fine uplands are there, and will
grow other crops than blackseed
cotton. And the labor with the
swamp lands in good hands can be
made manageable for successful rice
culture. In winter this whole
region is a paradise, and in summer,
with proper precautions, it can be
well worked and enjoyed. To
illustrate the . fact of health we
would refer to the town of Beau
fort. In former days the inhabi"
tants, born and raised there for
generations, were remarkable speci
mens of physical size and beauty.
The Johnsons, Stoneys, Fullers,
Elliotts, Cuthberts, Barn wells,
Meanses, Frasers, Guorrards, Fick
lings, Bythewoods, and others, were
stocks remarkable for their appear.
ance anywhere in the world. The
climate is the same now that it has
been for the two hundred years,
and with relief from the oppressions
and disorders of the past thirteen
years, the people may achieve again
prosperity. They have character
and intelligence and energy.
With the deepening of this bar,
Charleston will become the finest
harbor on the Sonthern coast.
With the opening of the Cincinnati
Southern Railroad, it will become
the nearest seaport to the great
produce markets of the Northwvest.
With the construction of the
Southern Pacific Railroad in the
hands of Southern men, Charleston
will offer the Atlantic port by the
most direct and shortest route from
San Diego. The phosphate dis
coveries offer an inexhaustible bed
of manure for increasing and re
newing the fertility of our land.
Let us only bend all our efforts
for a few years to secure good
government ; and before us will be
fields for the exertion of illimitable
enterprise. One thing at a time
and the most important and indis
pensable first-good government.
We must now make a long pull, a
strong pull, and a pull altogether,
to escape the whirlpool of Radical
revolution.-Jo urnal of Conmmrce.
In the matter of WILLIAM D. AIKEN,
W'OMwo IT MAY coNoERN-The under
isigned hereby gives notice of his ap
p ointment as Assignee of the Estate of
WII.LIAM D. AIKEN, of the County of
Fairild, and *tato of Sou th CairolIina,
who lhas been adjudged a Bankrupt upon
A UG UST A HJT EL~
Corner of.Broad and Washington Streets,
A U4USTA, G I.
HAS been thoroughly renovated, re
modeled and newly furnished. It
is located in the centre of business
Telegraph Offoe in the H otel building.
Express Office in the samne block. Post
Offlce only one block of. All ether pub
lie conveniences close at hand.
A&-The Offie of the Hotel will be
open during the night, and guests will be
receivred or cled at any hour.
'V W. MOORE, Proprietor.
' mtan of ard, S0n nai- ay.
PIANO8 & ORGANS
At Manufacturers' Prices.
EVERY MAN HIS OWN AGENT
LUDDEN & BATES,
T iE rreat Wholesale Piano and Organ
Dealers ofthe Southl, now sell In..
struments from all leading Makers diire"et
to purchasers on the No Agnts, No
Commission Plan, at. Marutairer's Fae
tory Pacieis, thereby giving pureliasers
the large commissions heretofore ,aid
Agents. From $50 to $101) actually saved
in the purchase of atn Instrument tntler r
this new system. Write for particulars. ,I
Wo can't bo undersold.
THAT BEAT THE WORLD.
7 Oct. Planos, $135. 4 Stop Organs, $55.
7 Oct Pianos, 1.1, ;Stop rgns, G').
Oct. Pianos, 1f0. 9 stop Or-gaus, ;7.
Gr'd Sq'o Pianos,178. 12 Stop urgans,78
MASON & HA MLIN ORGANS,
7 Stops, $100. 1 J Stops, $108.
Send North atd be Swindled.
Not by reputable makers like St.'in wav,
Chickering, Steek, Knabe, but by 1logn's
Manufactturers who advertise S91U1n Pianos
for t260; $6'50 Piatnos for $175: 8.7u Or
gas for $5. Deception andl fraud are
in all suchi absurd ollYer. Buy luxstru
ments made by old and always reliable
Chickering & Sons, Knabe & Co.,
Ilallet & Davis. Mathushek 'no.Co.,
Haines Bros., Mason & lamlin.
And vonu will have those that will last
a lifetimeo and pilese you le-"tter every
day. All instrume nts we sell bear the
makers nat.,es and are guaranteed for six
Fiftecn )ays Tri.l
If desired. We pay all freight if not
satisfaetory. Illustrated Catalogues free.
LUDDEN & BATES,
april 12-3m Savan nal, Ga.
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs,
J Colds, Whooping
Asthma, and Con.
The reputation it has attained, In
consequence of the marvellous cures It
has produced during thc last half cen
tury, is a sunlicienit assurance to the
public that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be dlesiredl.
In abnost every section otf country
there are p)ersons, p)ulicly known, wiho
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate dliseases of the lungs,
by f-ts use. All wvho have tried it ac- w*
knowledge its superiority ; and wherc
its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to emplloy to re
lieve the distress and sullering pecuiliar
to pulmonary affections. Cincany PEc.
'ronAL always affords iustant relief, and
performs rapid cures of tihe miler va- li
rieties of bronchial dlisorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the
As a safeguard to children, amid ~
the (list ressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it En
Is invaluab)le; for, by its tImely use,
multitudes arc rescued and restored to
ThIs medicine gains friends at
every trial, as the cures it is constantly
producing are too remarkable to be0 w
forgotten. No family should be with- l'
out it, andi those who have once used th
it never wvill.1)
Eminent Physicians throughout the A
Country prescrib)e it, and Clergymen '*
often recommend it from their knowi
edge of Its effects.
Dr. , C, PREPARED BT
D.,C.AVER & CO,, L.owell, Mass.,
Practioal and AnalytScal Chemisgtg.I
UOLD DT ALL DRIUOOZBTS EVERWyAERRut,
--HO I FOR -
HE first Houso in town to reduce gi
WVhiskey to ton cents a drink, Bear
to flye cents a glass and Billiards fif teen
cents per game. ilaviniga large and well
selected lot of Pure Liquors on hand of pc
which the following are a few of the '5t
Pure old Kentucky Bourbon, Cabinet, t
XXXX and Baker Ryo, Sour Mash Stone 0
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cognaei,
California, Peach and Apple Brandies.
Champagne, Sherry and Port Wines.
Cineinne ti Lager Beer always kept on
Ice, and all sorts of fancy and cool drinks ',
prepared in the most tasty manner at
april 8tit 3. ti ManA1niEY. )
KLINCZ, WICKNBECiG & CO,
[AVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
E'EA.S, WISES A.2JD .IQ,UOS
RDIlS sent receive the same attention as when given in person; anid special
J care isgiven to packing. end for Catalogue.
jan Tl't\N CASI.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Y etustom,urs know titt. [ have heretoforo led the FUll NITUIIE trade of the
L. Sol,h, itn style, gnality anld prices.
'hl14 tilao hits c'omno whon t!hese goo,ls can be purchaso, as chenp from me as in
ie North and West
I do not, go haekw"ar1s, but continually raise tie standard of tiy goo(ls, ant add
,w sty los. [ Iive ntu" 1I ro l l::tions in prir:s w hecr:ver possible. athi spared no
tense to laIe inl your han is a ii"ie list th it will help yOu to pulrehtso goods.
Sr'spltfully invito you to call and examine my stock and prioes before pur
Orders by mil wil receive as much attention as if givent in person.
It wouhl Ilake tl list too l,tr t.) destribet an 1 'c v alil the different prices of
arlor Snits. )ining ll lito . Ofilen. Standing, Parlor and L -dies' Desks, Secreta
es, Dwalbrri es, and o,)< Casos, mnanllt'acture by lin.
Thanking you for past f'vors, I reuain, yours respuctfIlly,
G. V. )eGRAAF,
147, 1474 and 149, BROAD STREET,
jan R-.a.g t a-a
*'No charge for drayage or packing.
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambet
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes,
- /Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, Toal- racks, ZWash
,tandv, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
bStands, Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands--for
- Design and Workmanship Un
R" Save high bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Rus'riC WINDoW SIADELs, Low in Price, D)arable alnd Convenient. rTey
ill never get out of order, and will last longer thanl any other Shades
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children'b
And Shingles at .Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furnituro made to order.
I keep on liandl a full supply of Mectalic and 31msewoond Bnrial Cases
d Collins of the Iinest finish. Also, a cheiap) stock of' Cullins.
W. W. Phillipsa
TePtn Self-Acting Cow Milker MTfg Co.
i lson of ts city. sent free to anuy mi'tirca.
* OGlce, 575 Blroadway, Newv York.
Y.TERS' OR CIIESTR TON .m2ORGAN
is t itn ,ttO4 benast it I inI
r ti~n eve ntindle. I t hasn-Ma
V ~ to,alo,i wicheit a1fino/
* tun ted i pecrfi'rt hitr
it.y witls tre reeIn, .
I and tIshe i'r:'c ii sung
IN,oIai ES~irle. ,
ITA41E' Ol(. AN., in Utire Frieh (n
, cantbinte PUt lTYl' 0 Y'OlIN(0 u'ith greait
minoJ o'ttne, anitnble for Pas-ior ot',ria hurch.Y5.181
ATER PAO 21'% % i W' TU 01 IPOE
otrkuan,nhitsii and nurnb'tlHti y UaninrPnsed t.
nrranttedl for SI X YEAlItS.
t ICES EX TIIEi~tE Al.owfor enah.a1on- J X I IT Y
ty Intlnt ntstt received. Intu uststotfl
I til paid for as per conttract. A Liberal i ~ i i
cotnd-litud Insttrnteenta tnt (4RLEATI IIAit.t
4INS. IlOl1AACE WATlElis & SONS,
atttfnetuurern andi Denuurrs, refoo"itgpcfcpinsf3ue
WEcsCLAIM hoRpTstE IMPROVED
NE~ WILOO &SEBBWINGig
40ESh4hl T.,UNI A l2R E,N.YEIE!riority:I
inle sthiis entonerdeesdre.
ilent Sewing ahie
'itest Invention, Producing Marvelous YPA OLPICS
Its sutrpazsstng merit, plnees It, beyond all coin- Ades
litlont, antI makes It, the cheapest., net withs
stnding theo largo IndueementIs offered by Tm VInyMgC
llers of noisy, hard-running, troultesomec, t,wo- teon
'ritebceeotangCry foiPrictList Lis
CorPeroforiu)s6al'i Varieties og.
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