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BOOTS & SHOES
OF TI I E
Made (o Order by
P. A. LEFVENDAHL
two doors below
W. HE. SAIN'S
Where bo ih prepared to do all kind of
work in the above line for Ladies, Clonts
and Children in the best Workmanlike
manner, and on the most reasonable terms
All work warranted, A call is respectfully
In addition to the above I will keep con
stantly oil hand Leath r. Lasts, l'cgs andall
material in tuy line ;it very low prices for
cash" iiitg :-1, ' 878.
W. F. Robinson,
JI&JIP^ KUSSEL ST.
A fresh supply of Lnndrelh's Seeds
always on hand,
liov 0 1873. 1 y
Knowlton & Lathrop,
ATTORNEYS AMD COUNSELLORS
A rJL? i j A W ,
CRANGEBKJ IvG, S. C
nov 30 i f
? ?? T- a a ; /"Ti
I ant now giving
mi- L* K US ON A L
ATTEKT.lt >N to my Ihn im - - of
ass ti eacik m A iL bx?,
And will guarantee that my werk in the
future shall be n?GOOD as in the past forty
years that 1 have been in the. business.
kee>it<'kk> sjy s i.?. b?:s
To SUITthc TIMES, and if yon will call
on ine I will guarantee that my charges and
work will pive full KATISEAt i'I> >N.
I aru new prepared to manufacture the
PEXTET? SP Ell N G!B?(?'GY
Which for comfort at ! ease cannot he ex
Called. A I Hi )
Constantly on liand J<t >l-:J L WOOD and
Of all sizes. tiive me :i call.
IIA It PIN RIUO&
><upt ?l :'<in
fiirUm?tiifleih eure? t'y.-mtiii ! Wim,.m ? rt.
Nnnln.? I am! ^11 <!:??.'. ?:>?!?.. I t llttlll ua liy lllitl?.
?vilina or i"..-. rt. Any DiU?irl?t UrM the lrn.iv.
ii?ut:i. ?>r. w. .i.i<kaircsi .?? ??>.. \<>. tao
? npr'l '11 ly
THE a; RE AT CAUSE
II UMAM MTS1VRY.
J\uA)Publi*h<td in ?< Healed ICnvclope.
Price six cents.
A E.eclaro oh llr*> Mit
V-MyvV^C, tore, Treatment ami Kadir&l
???:.y.v"'.-5f.< euro of Seminal Weakness, or
Speriuntorrhwa, induced by Self-Abuse,
Involuntary Emissions, Impotcncy, Nerv
ous Debility, sail Impediments to Marriage
fmorally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and
'its; Mental and Phvsioiil Incapacity, Ac.?
By ROME KT J. d?LVEKWELL, M. D.,
author of tho ''Oreen Hook," .Vf.
The wotld-renowned author, in \<l
nurablo Lecture, clearly prov.i fi mi i.i
own experience thai the awful consi .
of Self-Abuse may be efleeluiilly removed
without medicine, and without dangerous
surgical operations, hongics, iiistrtu
ring.-', or cordials; pointing out i i aid .i
cure at unee certain and elfectual, by which
every sufferer, n<> matter what his condition
may bo, miiv cur? himselfi heaply, private
ly sin! radically.
X&y This Lecture will prove n boon l<>
thousands and th ntsunds.
Kent under seal, in a plain crjvehtpo, to
any address, "n receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamp--.
Address the I'liblishcrs',
TI1K CULVERW1CLL MEDICAL CO.
dl Ann St., Now VorU; Post lUTtce Box 4(530
may -1 ly
i WARRANTED 0EC.7& CHEAPEST.
Also, MILLIN8 MACHINERY.
PBXCfiSBSDUOEDASO. 20, '73.
rumpfalotefroe. Omen, \om,T*.
UK. il. E'\ nmjckkwf?js8 baa
moved his Office over Btorc of Wnv..WM
cock, formerly occupied by Dr. Eersner
where he will be glad lo serve hi- friends
ou the most reasonable terms.
DR. 15. F. MUCK EN FUSS, Dentiat.
The undersigned respect hilly informs the
Citizens of thu Town and County that ho is
prepared todo up and make Mattresses on
tho ?hortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will he as low
t?s pow-ible. Ordern solicited.
JOHN oku EN.
?no o if
We <Mi!d not supply the demand lor the GULLETT OTN last Season
owing to the Yellow Fever Quarantine. To provent a similar occutronco
during tho cotnitig Season we have bc??n instructed to oiler the
IMli^KOVI^D C9rTJLTL,lSTT G-IjN"
Also FEEDER ami CONDENSER at a vary Li w Price to all who
purchase this Spring for Cash, or good Paper. Now is your chance to pur
chase the Finest Cotton Gin ever oflbreO to tho Trade, at Prices that an y
Planter can nflbrd. To get tho Largest Discount you should pttrchu?n
between now and May 1st. Wo are also tillering tho Celebrated BIGE
LOW ENGINE of every Stylo. Also SWEEP-STAKE SEP:lfiUATOi*J,
Threshers, Saw Mills. Grist Mills, &o., at Greatly Hoducod Price?.
Give us a, cad or send lor Circulars. Extra Low Figures made to th ?so
who purchase their entire Ginning and Threshing () itfi - thro i gh us.
Address () m ston!?:, <& co
General Agents for Plantation Machinery,
fob I Augusta, (la.
I?7Q AT b AST
'*'C? Hi B LH
Tho iim.\ tho place, ?hd opportunity has conic for purchasing goods at
loa?t'JO PER GENT LOWEl> Ihnii tiny ?-ther place in town.
F. BelfAES, /;gt,
Next Do?r to A. Fisc&er's
Oilers a well selected stock of CS'X'?C '53?lCS 1,5 l'nrc< that defy com
petition, consisting in part oi
Plour, Sugar, Rico, Potatoes Codfish,
Paeon, Collee, Buckwheat, Mackerel; Sardines.
Hams, Tea, Putter, Salmon, Lobsters,
Strips, Grists. Cheosq, Beef, Turkey
Lard, Meal, .Macaroni, Tongue, Can Milk,
Touiattoos, Peaches, Pine Apples, Prunes, Pickl?s,
Tobacco, Begins, Soap, Starch, Popper. Spice, Sea Foam,
j Iors fords, Mustard, Candy, Nutmegs, Shot, Powder, Caps,
Cartridges, Pipes, Cutlery, Crockery and Tin Ware, Vinegar,
Sieves, &c.j Ac.
rrn is SAM 1 * l j E I tOOM
In rear, is Stocked with one ul the Finest Stocks of Wines and Liquors ever
brought to this Market.
My (ioods are A 1, bought lor Cash and sold tor sumo.
roh 11 1879 p. BeMAES. A?ct.
met OP FI Ft!
[AT TTIE CORN ER OF
ilussei Street und Railroad Avenue
A' full Stock of
which will be sohl (IHKAP **?r CAS I F.
All my Old Friends antl as than)' N'inv Ones as will favor tue with a
call is respectfully invited to examine my (ioods ami Prices.
* jan 2l-ly P] j \V . MOBELEYi
J Q XSL*
SAME OLD STAND
Ik ji'jaii ti lb Kcrvc Iiis inaiiy customers during this year, as iu the
FmST-CL iBS Q HDDS
LOWEST P?SSI? K PRICES
We have on band a Large ami veil Assorted
S T 0 I $ O F GFO:,:0 1) S
With Polite and Experienced ^ h l S; to show theni.
1 am making preparations (?? handle all of thu Besl Gr? I of
Piios pi i a kts a nd acj ds.
1 respectfully usk the continuance <i th.' Lib in! Patron a go so gene
rptisly bestowed in the past.
t-Fi lliglicisi M'iikst Price, pitid Ibr all Counti v Produce.
J . C. P I K E
EL S. EEOTEICEii, Age at,
CORNER RUBELLA BROUGIITON STS.,
?fters for sale at the LOWEST ( A il PRIC ES his largo and wc
assorted stock ol ?M !&0??lKj3&fl KS consisting of
Coffees Paeon, Canned Salmon,
'Las, Strips, " Lobsters,
Sugars, Hams, " Mackerel:
PlOtir, Lard, " Oysters.
Grist, Puller, " Tomatoes,
Meal, Soap. " Green Poas,
Rice, Starch, " Corn Beof,
And nlwnysdjccp on hand a lull supply ?l
LIQUORS, WIN KS AND CIGARS.
Dry Salt Bason 5 ets par pour. d.
IT. S. RENNEKEH, Agt,
A mi i and, March L879.
J.nst Sabbath, was ionic a incmor
able day. Old Auuioeh Chun? was
visited and it.s hislpry and hallowed
as?ociu tiou re im pointed upon my
memory. Many of., the old;slandard
bearer.s stili live t<> fill their places in
the sanctuary. Tin- sweet, but Holem n
utterances from pulpit, have not
failed since the dawn oi it-; Gospel
birth day. It isj&drcasing in iiuni
bcrs and spiritual advancement. The
congregations arc both large and at
tentive. The incumbent, iyov. J.J.
Get'/singcr is lillini this post of duty,
with credit to hini^dlf iind with much
pleasure to his bearers. _ His text
was "Thou hri r*eter and upon this
Kock 1 will build my Church &e."
Theme, brotherly luveand unity. Tho
subject was well pro?are'l audits de
livery satisfactory; lie "lbs I by
pressing upon tin' consideration of tho
dilh rent persuasions heloro him, the
necessity of keeping the unity of the
spirit in iho bends of peace and of
holding their Ji .it higher over tlie I
nurtow way that only lends to life
eternal. Nlay is be blessed alike to
him and to tli&jChurch, is tlie pray
er of bis friend.
Assacsinsr ?tg a Judge.
FitMJKFORT, Ky., March , 2G.?
Kentucky has Had the misfortune to
contribute many bloody tragedies to
t he annuls of Aim evienn crime, but it
is certain thai her own unenviable
record of murders furnishes no par
allel to the crpijie tit at was commit
ted here; tordrar, tor a disappointed
litiimnt. aucry at a judicial decision,
went out ?hui : fj^tho Judges of
Hie Court of Appals an 1 succeed* .1
;>a. .?!n<c:' m^ritiii ?>ft.hnm .1 idjrb
.lohn M. El?oll; in fron! oi' t!iii Utij i
tpl Hotel, of this city. Colonel
Thomas Buford, of Henry Coun ty,
has lor sciiio time had a ease of much
impditaiice to him pending in the
Court of Appeals, and the case was
decided recently by the courl adver
sely to Buford, and .fudge Elliott de
livered the apiuion. At 1 o'clock
the court adjjrned, and the Judgci
went to the Capitol Hotel to tine.
Chief Justice Pryor arrived at tho
hotel the first of any of his colleagues,
and spoke to Buford, who was sitting
on tho porch, and ?t that time un
armed. In n very little while Judges
Elliott and Hiues followed the Chiof
Justice. In the moantinio Buford
had left his seal and procured a
double-barreled shot-gun, and with a
game Intg over hisshoulder ho look
ed as though ho was starting on an
innocent gunning oxpedition. Judge
Klliott met him at the foot of tho
massive stone stops of the hotel, ah 1
r< marked pleasantly ip the discom
fit ed suit<?r :
"It is :i line day for sniping.''
"Yes," replied Buford. "Won't
you conic take a drink ?"
This invitation Judge Elliotl
politely declined, and bowing to
Judge Hires, who wns goingclsc
where, turned and started up the
sli p- of the hotel V, Ibro Im had
halfVicacSicd the top Buford deliber
ately levele'l his uun at Judgo El
liott and. filing, Iho load passed
hr?ngh tho leftstdo of tho Judge and I
|o? gcd in be- lu ai l. The gun being
loaded with buck-hot, of course the
Judge foil dead. Bulord placed Iiis
\ at under tho head of bis victim and
"Now diti like a man."
The assassin was immediately take n
in custody and tho dead Judge's body
was carried into the hotel, where iho
other .1 tidgcs und bis numerous friends
gathered around it. When brought,
beforo Esquire Gwynn, Buford pas
sionately kissed tho barrels of his gun
whieh bo hud lakcti front the bauds
oi a bystander. In the jail ho said,
"1 intended the other load for Judge
Pryor, but changed my mind." The
excitement bore is beyond till preeed?
I out ami wo are well accust im ?d to it
One herder lioar Cars ill. Nevada,
"bus nearly ft.??ti Ca- !,more nn,\L
Our rentiers no doubt remember
tho decision made by Judge Aldrich
on ihc question of Homestead oxontp
ii?n at tho last term of Court hero.
That decision whs, that personal pro
perty, without regard to its character
or kind, was exempt to tho head of a
family to the amount of five hundred
dollars. At Ihc Linie of this decision
several cases worn pending in tho
Shpro.mo Court involving the .same
question. Tho ease of Duncan vs.
Burnett wcnl up from Union. Jn |
187?, the Sliorill' levied on corn and J
cot ton, the property ol tho judgment
debtor; the debtor claimed tho pro
perty as exempt, the Sheriff declined
tu tell; I ho judgment creditor ruled
him to show cause why he had not
made the money; his return showed
thai the | nrly hud claimed a home
stead in the property; Judge Me =os
discharged (he'rifle,holding that the
propi rty was exempt by Act of FjI> ?
'21, 1873, Sec. 'J. Duucan appealed
The Supremo Court thou re- |
ucrsed th ; tl cisiofi of the C<v<uut
Judge, holding that tho act of 1373,
so far as it attempt, to cx lend the
homestead exemption bey on 1 the/pro
visions contained iu A rticlo 2, See.
82, of the Constitution is unconstitu
tional and V! Tho decision anya
very plainly thai no p srsoual property
i e < xcmj t hem attachment, levy and
:aie execj I these particular articles
men iii htd (iy name in Art. 2, Sex* 32
of the Con Miltttion; which aro Vlicuse
hold furniture, beds and bedding,
fi mily libraiy, arms, cnil.-;. wngonsi
fanning implements, tools, neat cat
tie, woik animals, swine, goats and
A man who ovns no hind can claim
exemption only as to Iheso articles;
but he v.iifl 6v.'i .? land chn claim one
th .-.. .-.i d dollars worth of land, und
tho yearly products thereof,besides
live hundred ddial's' worth of such
personal piopcrty us is enumerated
in th ? Constitution.
Jt is haul on the non land owner.?
jV<u hrn-y i/( >,:ili/.
A Senator on Fannci3.
Senator Paddock of , Nebraska,
himself ti lawyer, ultorod the.follow
ing in the United States Senate in a
speech in favor of extending the
patronage of tho government over the
agricultural inter ssts of tin4 country':
"\ hop.-, Mr. President, tho;dayiwill
eonio time como whoa our Cm gross
will be made up more largely from
the agricultural class; for tho larger
tho pi rcciilaga of representation hero
in the por?oU3 of these ctigag I in
I ractic.nl itgricultu; , the. inoro liber
al will ho tho policies of tho govern
ment in rcBpccl of it. 1 say this, Mr.
President,wi ill all due respoct to the
? it >} lawyers, more or lc-ss, who to-day
occupy seitls in the two houses of Con
gross. It is true, however',,that the
record and all past experience do not,
greatly encourage this hopo/for his
tory discloses the fact thaCnlthough J
those engHged in practical agriculture i
since tho existence any whero of orga- '
nixed eo icty huvo uniformly outnum
bered these employed in all other vo
cations; coinbincd, they have as a rule
had the smallest participation ol'any
iu the direction of tho allairj of gov
ernments. Undoubtedly farmers in
our country occupy a higher piano
socially and politically than actual
tillers of the soil have heretofore any
The Lexington "ldspatch" says:
There, rim ho no thoroughly rational
or successful rotation of crops unlc?s
gras?, including clover, holds a con
spicuous place, Tho great need of
South Carol inn today is grass. It is
tho great source of tho world's wealth.
History shows that no nation was
ever agriculturally prosperous that
did not mako it ono of its chiof pro
ducts. Raising grass nccossaiily in
volves raising eat lie, and you can
meas?r?tho pro perityofnny nation
by the number of cattle within its
borders. This branch of agriculture
takes less from ihe Boil than any
other, ami requites less labor to
Slop a Minute.
0< n't hurry so. Move slower; it
may be that you will go surer. Grind,
grind, grind?-one e\erlastinggrind
fr< in five o'clock in the morning till
ten nt night, chasing the bubble of
human riches. "What is the need,
pray tell mc ? You already havo
enough, nnd even more than you can
use. You nre lienping up wealth for
others] to [waste or cpuarrel over when
you nre dead; and half your heirs,
instead of remembering you gratc
iully. will tonteinplate'your depar
ture, from this hunying"scene with
infinite satisfaction. Do rest a while.
You arc wearing out tho vital forces
faster than there is need, and in this
way subtracting years from the'totat
sum of your life. This rush and
worry day after day, this restless
anxiety after something you iiavcgot,
is like pebble stones in .machinery?
they grato'"and grind tho Ho out of
you. Yoo havo useless burdens;
thro w them olf. You havo a great
deal of nccdh j*"care;.'drop it. v. Pull
in tho strings; compact your'huai
ncss. Take time for thought of bctt or
things. Go'out into the air and en
joy the Bun'shinc. Stop thinking of
business and profit. Stop grumbling
at ad verso fortune. You will ?prob
ably never see much better times than
theso in this doomed,world. Your
most opportune season is now; your
happy day is to-dav. Calmly do your
duty, ami lot God take caro of Iiis"
own world. He is still alive,' an \ia
the King. Do not imagine that
things will go to everlasting smash
when you disappear from^thism ortal
stage. Don't fancy that the curse of
heaven, in the shape of the vain tank
of righting up a disjointed earth, is
imposed on you. Cense 'to fret and
fume; cea.se to jump and worry early
and Jatc. J The'good time/is'-coming,
but you can never bring it; God can
and will. Takc.breath, sir; sit down
and tako a long breath; then
cal oily Lo < he'tasks of, life amfdo your
work well.?Dr. Murray.
A Sad Suicide.
On last Sunday evening Miss Julia
Scott committed suicide at White
Pond, at the residence of her brother.
Tho circumstances .as*told us were as
follows : While her brother's family
was at supper flic told a colored wo
man 'who was in the room with lier'to
go out and st ay uutil she called her.
With one of her shoes in her hand
she fc lowed the woman out of the
door into the piazza, went to the
water buck at and returned to tho
room. Almost immediately tho re
port of a gun was heard, and the startl
ed family ? rushed into the room
where thoy found vhcr body on the
floor and the gun lying by it. One of
her hands was blackened by thosmoko
of the pewder and her clothing was
on lire, it seems that after returning
to the room sho had cocked both bar
rels of the gun, placed the niuzzlo
against her body and pushed tho
trigger with her foot. The charge
passed through her heart and came
< ut just below the collar bono, pro
ducing almost instant'death . Miss>
Scott was about eighteen or twenty
years of ago. Slio had beeu in bad
health for sonio time and her untime
ly death is attributed to temporary
nientai aberration. An inquest was
held on Monday by Trial Justice
Kccnan.? Barniocll People.
Florida, Our Land oTFlowora.
A throng of sufferers with coughs
and colds, annually go South to on
joy h12 ethereal .mildness of tho land
ol fiowcrs. To them wo would say
the necessity of that expensivo trip ia
obviated by Coiissons' compound
honey of tar, which speedily cures
the coughs and colds incident to this
rigorous clime. For. public speakers
it surpasses the Demosthenic regi
men of ?'pebbles an 1 sea shore;"
clearing the throat until tho voice
rings with the ail very cadotico of a
bell. Use CoussGiis'i Compound
Honey of Tar. Price 50 cents a
bottle. For sale by Dr. J. G. Wan