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JOHNSTON'S D?P?T,
-?.RE receiving the following Goods,
which willie, sold^ aa Jew as tho sanie
class of Goods can ho bought in Augusta
or Columbia, at Retail :
SUGAR all grades,
COFFEE and TEAS,
RICE; CHEESE, CP>ACKERS,
BA&Ni HAM$t>AT&? H j:"
SYRUPS and MOLASSES,
Whito Wine and Apple VINEG AR,
MACKEREL in Kits and Bbls.
FLOUR, and MEAL, , ,
. CANDZES, fcTARCH, fl / \
/50ABB. Familv and foiled * /
' PICKLES, "PRESERVJS* X
Canned FRUITS,
?ANDY, in great varietv,
MUSTARD^PEPPEK. "SPICES.
TO-BACCO art?^EGARS^
BAGGING andTlES. *
T|n and Vftiqd WAJTE,
NAILS, H^ft? Sik>e??A?L?-,
And.every arti?le- ?^?ftqijiUig ?b aVflret ;
class' Grocery House,!- * ,. i
We will ?Iso jppett'?boirt? l5tli bf the
present month a <X>MjTTJ'ETr?'and VA
RIED ASSORTMEg?f' (?f ." . ' ; ? . <. ?
Dry Goods ani^aricy1?otipn8w
Wo have t\vc4nooa4b, and will confine
one to thc Dry; po^''tr?$^-*fe?' other]
to Groceries. IV ??'.,??.'. ''iVJ'' ".'....,]
We . have t\ff?t p'c4 ito -'and wurt eos*
young wmloiuon Mk; ' assbt-us, and ell '
customers niH^ltMMa dar House for
Bcbriefy, .uren;|bhuui2r deportment and
strictly lair deannga * " ' ". > ' . '
We Ihauk cuir.- n?merous patrons for
their former ?fotC^Ucb pledging? our
best efforts to "nattery mv? nieass all of |
our old and nev customer's, respeX't.ftvlly
solicit thc patc??tmi>f'tbe tnwlmg?eoni
m unity. 1 SuM'
Our DAGCijbf?i^TIKfnu^ifluwn
siirnmcnt. YhK?aplupliwite a?y\^aje
Househill, 1^"*?eight^|^?
??i- We will alsobuy all Cotton anil
give as much aa it Avili bring in Augusta
less tho freight? We will givo. our time
customers li per cont, per month dis
count on all bills paid before due.
T. JONES 6i SON.
Sept ll Gt 38
L. G. SWEARINOE^. W. L.SEIGLER.
SWBARINGEN
& SEIGLER.
Graniteville, S. C.,
HAVING just returned from Bal ti
n-ore and New York, w.e respectfully
call the attention of the' Public to the
fact that we now have on hand a well
selected Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Which has been purchased at thc very
lowest prices, and which we will Sell as
Low .ns tlio Lowest.
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS i
great variety.
A large assortment of DRESS GOODS
in solid colors, consisting of Poplins,
French Merinoes, Detains, Alpnccas,
Silks, 0}>era Flannels, Linseys of all
colors. Prints, Bleaching, Brilliants,
Chignons, Switches.
Ladies' and Misses1 HATS,
FURS, TRIMMINGS, Fancy ARTI
CLES,
CUFFS and COLLARS,
Ladies' and childrens BOOTS and
GAITERS, a line assortment at popular
prices
B-: >OTS and SHOES, ii ATS and CA PS
for Men. Bo vs and Children,
A largo lot of READY M ADI: CLOTH
ING for Men and Boys, at prices which
defv competition.
? splendid lot of PIECE GOODS for
Mon and Bbvs wear^t'ioin 25 cts. up.
Bed BLANK HTS.
GUNS and CUTLERY anda general
stock of HARDWARE.
BAGGING, TI KS.
SADDLES. BRIDLES, COLLARS,
Trace CHAINS. WHIPS,
SHOVELS. SPADES.
Horse SHOES and Nails of ail kinds.
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas,
A line assortment of BROOKER Y and
GLASSWARE,
ToiletGOODS, SOAPS and COLOGNE,
POMADES, Coarse and Fine COMBS,
PAPER, PENS, INK,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, MIRRORS, (tc.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
BACON. FLOUR, LARD, CORN,
MEAL, SUGAR. COFFEE, RICE,
SALT, SYRUPS, CHEESE, ?fcc., at the
lowest cash price.
If you wan: good Bargains don't fail
to ?ill and examine our Stock before
purchasing elsewhere.
SWEARINGEN & SEIGLER.
Sept. ll, tf 38
A Carel !
Wi
E take great pleasure in announ
cing to our many friends and patrons in
South Carolina, that weare now prepared
to open thc Fall Trade with an average
Stock of
1000 BARRELS FLOUR,
STRICTLY GRADED,
And
Guarantied io (?ive Satisfaction!
. We will always sell at the lowest mar
ket prices.
In addition we will have on hand at all
times
Ampie Stocks of Grain,
And
Other Produce.
And also be prepared to lill orders for
all lines of GROCERIES, LIQUORS.
<fcc, ?fcc.
Thanking the public for the liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed, and soli
citing a continuance of the same, we are
Yours, Trulv,
F. E. STEVES & CO.,
299 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Aug 2-1 tf 34
Aiken High Schools.
TPE Second Scholastic Year, consist
ing of fortv weeks, will open on the
loth of SEPTEMBER, 1872. and close on
the last Friday in June, 1S73, with one
week's recess at Christmas.
TERMS.-Tuition for the Scholastic
Year, payable quarterly in advance :
Ordinary English branches, . 6">0 00
Classics) Mathematics, Belies
Lettres, ?fcc., , . . . (JO 00
French and German, extra,
each,.20 no
Music on tho Piano, . . . 40 00
Uso of Instrument, . . . soo
Incidental fee; . . . ."CO
Board (exclusive of washing
an'' lights.) . . J50 Oil
Washing.13 00
Lights, . : . . . 7 00
The Department of Young Ladies will
be under tho immediate control ofJatn.es
E. Crosland ; that of the Boy.'-, under S.
S. Latiitte. Each will ho assisted hy a
full corps of competent Teachers.
Young ladies will be accommodated
with Board in the family of thc Principal
in their department, and a limited num
ber of boys will be boarded in the fami
lv of thc Principal ol'tiio male depart
ment
For further information, address
JAMES E. CROSLAND, A. M.,
or S. S. LAFFITTE, A. M.
AIKEN, S. C., August 0,1872. tf 37
Hf
For Sale,
^Y HOUSE AND LOT in tho Vil
TJL l?ge of Edgefield.
For terms apply to J. C. Sheppard,
Esq, Edgefield,'or tho Subscriber at
rolUmhi;l' S- LEROY F. YOUMANS.
RtMl Clover S? c<!.
Jl^rrVW'lvf'T n ?i'm'itwr sn'pnly PF.D
ppOVER SBB5>. ThjrtBe who aro in
want .au be su|pliodItoaiyarljr,
cali...- .. O.LPLxSN&SON.
Sept. IS tf 89
First Class Dry Goods!
fr ?? ut
/MM li
260 Broad St, Augusta,'Ga.! .
i J ? . J /
ls now fully preparer* to mmr4]^-..iKaBi&i&ft^
j Tracie .wi^^Jrurst Class Dry Goods Stock for Fall and Win
terise. - . ' \
>T?BI)RES'S:?eODSand-SHAWL DEPARTMENTS era
- Departments are full f?i?*c6mp]_.
;'sona?ly in.a5?e\v \ oic?iarraiiged and superin tended ^personally
iin.Augrj^a,-;. .. \J$ fc? ?.vil/
r *. ??f PriceVid?rke^^t convincingly low figures.
^i^^^'al?W^?v invited to a careful inspection.
& M ?mm HOU?fe ABOVE GLOBE WVISkiMiL
h.: ? Aogusla, Ga.
? ? Carpets !
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL CARPETS FOR FAjLJ. TRACE,
The public are invited to exarn?ne' '?ur''new* and superb
Stock of NEW CARPETS to be opened on Monday, embra
cing everything new and beautiful in Carpets, Floor - au d ?a->
ble Oil Cloths, Lace and Damask Curtains arid Cornices, Wall
Papers, Mattings, Chromos, Piano'and Table Covers.
Carpets made and laid with dispatch.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
RES C. BAILIE * BROTHER
ARE OPENING A SUPKBB. STOCK OF
STRICTLY CHOICE FAMILY di
PLANTATION SUPPIiIJBS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, ?sc'
Which all are invited to examine.
Augusta, Sept. 25 Gm 40
Fall
1
Winter
w m ? w
K Ml ?
LA3SBM
AKE pleasure in announcing to tue citizens of Edgefieid County and
vicinity that ti.ey have just received ?i
LARGE IND ATTRACTIVE STOCK
-Or
Seasonable D
ry
Every Department is well supplied and will be kept so, by Daily Arri
vals all through the Season.
We hope bv offering Only First Class ?WOO??S at the Lowest
I?\ ?2ig Prices, and strict attention to the demands and tastes ol' the
community, to merit your confidence aucL patronage.? ? ?
We giye prompt and strict, attention to orders, and pre-pay expenses'
when the amount is' $10 or over.
With thanks for past favors, we remain very respectfully,
KEAN, LANDRA?I & CO.
Augusta, Sept 17 lm 39
ESTABLISHED IN 18SO.
J?*. Prontant cfc Sonf
JEWELLER!
The .subscribers would respectfully inform the citizens of Edgefield, and sur
rounding country, that they keep a special establishment for the
Repair of Watches and Jewelry.
Also, HAIR WORK, in every design,- made to order. All work entrusted to
their caro will be executed Promptly, Neatly, and warranted for one year.
At their Store will be found one oT the largest Stocks ot ? t. "\ U$t r ' . . tt } i
Gold sufi Siire? Wateres
Of tJie best European i.nd American Manufacture *in the Southern States, vrlth
select assortment of Rich mid New Styles of ETRUSCAN GOLD JEWELRY,
set with Diamonds. Pearls. Rubies, Oriental Garnets, Coral, Ac.
Also, SOLID SILVER WARE, consisting of Tea Sets, Waiters', Ice and Water
Pitchers, Castors. (io!?lets, Cups, Forks, and every thing in the Siivorwaro line.
Fine Single ana Double Barreled GUNS ; ColtX Sinitb A WCJ^OU'S. Sharp's and
Remington's PISTOLS, and many others OT tbeyatejt ftit?n^A? I :,?. J' )/ \\
FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, WALX'LXG CANES, and FANCY "GOODS !
of every variety to be lound in a first-class Jewelry establishment. Old. Gold and
Silver taken in exchange for goods. >-^???*U?*U\I?V?.K -; * ~>
' A, PRONXAUT 8L SON,,
One Door Below Augusta Hotel, 163 Broad St., Augusta, Cte
Sept25 ' 1 \ \ \y ? ' ; i'; *?
Important to the Public.
HE Undersigned respectfully announce to their friends and the public
thatthey have now on hand* and for sale a ?
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
O F
AND
? CLOTHING-.
Which they propose SELLING AS LOW-tts any House in New York,
j Baltimore or Ch: Heston.
Particular attention given to both the WHOLESALE and RETAIL
i DEPARTMENTS.
j All Goods not as represented can be returned at our expense.
ii ts our htie??iion to please ?sil who favor us with their
j 2?atronago.
An inspection, of our Goods and Prices especially desired.
GALLAHER & MULHEEIN,
289 Broad ?fc., Augusta, Ga.
Aug-21 v' ' 3m 36
DVERTISING
AT LOW BATIKS!!
a
E&BD For $S pcs Inch per month,
wc will insert an 8dverUs<ment In 12 F,lr?i-CinsH
Paper? in S. C. LIM ?cut on application to G KO.
P. ROWKi.1 ?fcCO., Advert i*?nx Agent,
.ll Pork Row, V. Y.
REWARD
For itnjr eaafc ?I Blind, Ble*d
luir, ttehlnj; or Ulcerated Pile?
that I'KRINO'B PILK R KM rm
htjNto cure, lt 1? prepared
i-xprnsly' to ?ilre th? P1l??
CAMPAIGN HOODS FOft l??2.
Agin?is zanied for our CciriBaipn poodn.j Sqllj ?t
.ifcht. P?y IOO per cent, prom; JTow ls
ihc time. Send nt one.- lor Descriptive Cireulur* !
?nd Price List* <>f our Fine Slei l Engnivinus of nil
(be C:in'luln e<. Campklrn Illogrrpiil.n. Churla, Plio- j
lnsraph?s Badgt-a, Pin?, Klii^s. niMi oventhiHK suiu-d
tr. ih^ tlm<* Ten 1> dian p.-r day easily rn.nle. Full |
minplci ?<m for ia. AdJrctu MOOKK .t UOOK'.'KED, |
Ul Park Kow. New YvrU. t,( V
and nothing el?c. Sold by aU Dropglata. Pricey W.U) feayv?h?, buflblk Co., H. .Y
With Foster's Patciil Kid Glove Pr?server.
You can keep youV kid cloves from mlUdewlnp.
"potting or s?il nfr nt nil seii?uis and in nil clim:;!'s
Convt-alAlt.fUcl't. atwPnilll <?t y?ur Ineiime-. Free
to any'addr. i* for 25 ce??s.' Address'A. D'. F0STF.lt,
S gi
eptemfler,
d
REMEMBER THY MOTHER.
Xead thy mcfthor tenderly
Down life's steep decline ;
Once her arra was thy support,
Now she I ?a n i rm ti 1 i aft ;
See upon her loving face
Those deep lines of care ;. .
Think-it was her toil fer thee
Left that record there.
Ne'er forget her tireless watch
Kept by day and night,
L.Tftking from her step the grace,
" ' r?ki H?r efe tho light.
Cherish well her faithful heart,
Thank,'God for thy mother's love;
Guard the priceless boon, - .
"For the bitter parting hour
Cometh all too soon.
. ^^Vrl^eff^the^gt^eiurteudaiWMr^,* "
Loses power to save,
Earth wiJl hold no dearer spot
Than thy mother's grave I
From the Working Christian,
'loT^aiaf^e asieinTfl
at Fellowaian Church, Edgefield Couu
?,(at )bh} Janwaljiof Dr. Thomas
ike. Iii toe death of Dr. Lake, a
wide circle ot friends, and the com
munity in.the midst of which he had
spent a lapg and useful life, have ex
in$t cj^saj^rn^c.'who are justly ap
preciated only upon a near approach
and continued acquaintance. HisJ
native' modesty and -repugnance; tc|j
every thing J ike pretentiousness, caus
ed him to stand back from positions
which he would have filled and adorn
ed ; hence, he was less known. >tx) t?be^
denomination in.{fce? ?>$atf, than ne
ojight to fca^f*.' fceen, as one of our
most valuable brethren. In the com
munity where his. lot was cast, the
solid worth of his character carried
him, notwithstanding his ^ndej-estj-^
mate of himsQlf, j ntq -positions which
?clearly betokened the general confi
dence in the soundness of his judg
ment, in the kindliness of his nature,
and in the purity of his eljar.aQt.er.jai
a man thoroughly conscientious ana
just. .
In a practice of medicine continu
ed through a long course of years, he
gained the reputation of a skillful
physician ; his agriculture .ejBfrjp-jj
euee placed him among our most suc
cessful farmers ; his general economy
and prudence enabled him to under
go the crash which the war brought
upon our people without the p rostra-/
tion in which so many have sunk
down ; yet, perhaps, in his case, and
that of many other old men, the new
cares and anxieties incident to our
changed condition, and the perpetua
ted sense of wrong inflicted by an
unjust war, followed by consequences
which have made the name of liberty
a mockery to Southam white men,
shortened a life that might have been
continued for yeais. Ile had com
pleted his sixty-fifth year in March
last. "
.Although in general society Dr.
Lako was reticent, yet in intercourse
with intimate friends he was freely
communicative ; then it was-that the
real cast Of his mind became' appa
rent. He was inquisitive about causes,
often in hi-own way classifying facts,
and whether the yon Versalien related
to'diseases and their 'remedies,! or to
m >r . general physical laws, or the
phenomena of mind, or tue beauties'
of composition, his companion could
i : o t but be struck with the originality
and independence of his niiud. Along
willi this was blended a racy humor,
which those who saw him only in
public did not suspect. I remember
a conversation in which he cited, as
an illustration ?d' his constitutional
indifference to appearance in dress/
an incident which once occurred with
him on a jaunt io Augusta. He had
fallen iu 'on the road with a newly'
fledged medical graduate whose status
was sufficiently advertised by his
bright, professional saddle-bags. Con
versation sprang up between them
which naturally enough took a medi
cal direction. The young doctor hav
ing advanced some opinions which
the elder deemed questionable, ob
jection was made, and this was an
swered by assertions, and when the
force of these was denied, " Sir," said
the young iEsculapian, ,;I am a phy
sician !" ." And what did you say to
him;3>r??'- "Why, I just went for
what he took me to be, and let him
enjoy his ignorance."
To those who knew hita in the
most intimate intercourse, ?q whom
he could unbosom himself, it ,was a
great treat to witness the zest Wi tn
which he w?u?a descant upon the
true aud the beautiful. Fine thoughts,
and--nob1 ? a mi temi er. sentiments;--a* |
expressed by our. English cjassical
poete,, would, be pited ,by-hi'mj not
tmirequently with an' apofogy, (sug
gested by his characteristic modesty,
for making a quotation. The honor
of the Saviour's name lay very near
his heart; he felt deeply the incon
sistencies of professors of religion,
and he honored those that-feared the
Lord. " * v" ? ?
He served the Edgefiehi Associa
tion for many yea^s tur ?l'pj?rk, and
was one of a noble band of brethren
who formed tha Abbeville Associa
tion-the youngest, and, in proportion
to its numbers, the most emcienfr^bf |
.our Associational bodies. The com
mittee on the organization of this
Association performed their labors in
his hospitable mansion, and his pen
furnished the first Circular Letter. *
I cannot invade the sanctity of a
home once made happyly the pres
ence of sue"}* a touiiband' ?and father,
and now clad in wndissemm'ectmq?tn
tng, farther than, < to say t^aT.-^ ?e
cnred: for his daughters" the. v?T^Jie?t
education the-State affojd^'|. arVcTiyas
pursuing the^same dessin \ regard
to fra only-soh, .when'.Qo.a-.?aJledlrfm
from the 'sphere of his, earthly J&|
bors/(1 '.-.' ' - ;;
I cannot tell irom how jaan.y'''lips
I heard tjie expression,'en the mourn
ful daV of the intermeiA; "'The Dr.
will-^e?r?itlj -..missed,''' it'fev''#en
so. His amiaulV and Movefry ' family
will miss him ; the sick will miss him ;
the poor will miss hi?h ;'t^e''t'r??med,
who sought his counsel,, will, ?aiss
?hfrnj ; the church will mi* hita dtU
friends whom he honor?e} jfrpifrihiB
confidence will miss him. Alas! my
brother. J. C. F.
There is no greater every-day vir;.
Une than cheerfulness." Th*''quality !
in man among men is like sunshine .
to the day,.or gentle, renewing moist-1
ure to parched herbs. The light of
a cheerful face diffuses itself, and
communicates the happy spirit ?that
inspires it. The sourest temper must
sweeten in the. atmosphere of contin
uons good humor. As well might
fog and vapor hope ta cling to the
sun-iliumiued landscape, as the blues
arifl^wfojeness'Vfo;. combat jovial'
srf?ec?' **ancT ^xn??MtinV langW^'f.
Be cheerful' 'always! . Tircre'.'w rio"'
path but will be easier traveled, no
load but will be lighter, no shado\v
dn heart and brain but will lift soon
er, in presence of. a determined cheer
fulness.
Patrons pf Husbandry.
?'The Masters and Past Masters of
tthe Granges of Patrons of Husbandry,
of South Carolina, met at. two o'clock
j. m.v'&teVeV '*W, 'Ma tfl?l'Fair.
irrounds, and Colonel Thomas Taylor,
Master of the Columbia Grange', was
requested to conduct. Mr. 0, fi, Kel
fey, Secretary of theNational Grange,
ip tb&djauv, ^lasjer A. B^Rose, of
tjh.e. Asfii?v Grange, was requested to
?c'tns Secretary. ' .
i Secretary Kelley instructed the.
Grange to proceed to an election' ai"
Master and Secretary,' whereupon
Master Thos. Taylor was elected Mas
ter/and Deputy. D. Wyatt Aiken was
elected" Secretary.
AbaJjQtwas next ordered for the
electron1 of "tnV remaining officers,
wjjioh ?salted 1 as I follows : 'Ai 25. :
Goodwyn, Overseer; J. S. Richard
en .Lecturer ; J. K. Davis, Steward;
.T. W. Holloway, Ar?statrt Steward ;:
JJi. Borrner, Chaplain; A. M. Aiken,
Treasurer, and D. Nunnaraaker, Gate
Keep8il.; ai! / t + . ;
' >?M -Grange took a recess- of an
nour anpV.^ 4alf for dinner, and cu
ijesumpfcion mJbusiness, .the: van aus
officers assumed their positions, and
lecturer Richardson offered the &1
jpwing resolutions, which wprif fccfioit
qd: i A ? A r\X$.
I ?^fJti^Thai*m Gommittee,, pp j
^usifiess, or terr members be appoint-'
?d by the Master to prepare business
ior the State Grange, and that said
committee be required to report at
(hf next meeting of toe State Grange."
?3? Air?/?orami?;eeof ?ve be ap
pointed by the Meister to prepare and
report on a Constitution and By
Laws, for the government of the State
Grange, and that they, report at the
next meeting ?f the ?tate Grange. .
: 3. That ther Master be requested to
appoint one deputy in each County
to organize Subordinate Granges, and
that he assign them their Counties to
operate in.
4. That the Master be requested to
procure an appropriate seal for the
Grange.
5.. That when this Grange adjourns,
it. adjourns to meet on the second
Wednesday in January next.
G. That the Master of this Grange
be requested to visit Washington, and
be present attire meeting of the Na
tional Grange, on the first Wednes
day in Jannary next,.;aj]d...to. post
himself in all matters 'frefessary to a
complete and full organization <f the
Suite Grange at its next meeting, and
that Ilia expenses be paid ont of the
rands in tho treasury ol the State
Grande.;
7. That the first quarter's r?p?rt
be required from iii" Subordinate
Granges by the 24th of December
next, to be maje to tho Secretary ol
the State Grange.
Mr. Shauuou moved that thu Sec
retary be required to inquire of the
various companies manufacturing fer
tilizers iu Charleston ard .elsewhere,
whether or not said lerrilfeefs can be
bought by the Granges ata;- reduced
price. Adopted. ^
.Mr. Richardson moveo .that the
General Deputy be requit il to in
struct the members of the ; State
Grange in the secret working of the
KitWi, which .consumedseveral hours
of trio evening.
The Worth Master reported tue
following, as the committee of-^en on
business: J. S. Richardson. Sumter;
J. P. ?eid, Anderson ; D. C. tomp
kins, Edgefield ; W. F. Barton, Or
angeburg; R. M. Sims, York;' T. W.
Woodward, Fairfield ; E. R. Mciver,
Darlington; James McCntchin, Wil
liamsburg; Julius Mills, Chester; W.
T. Henderson, Abbeville..
Also, Committee on Constitution
and By-Laws : W. M. Shannon, Cam
den ; S.C. Means, Spartanburg; L.
H. Harper, Colletou ; J. R. Spear
man,. Newberry;, F. ?. Connor, Ab
beville.
The Secretary being called upon, j.
reported fifty-seven Granges repre- .
s'ented, and twenty-eight. counties in
the State.
On motion, the Grange adjourned.
D. WYATT AIKEN, Sec'ry.
Judge Meltoni
Itj was more than, intimated at the
late term of our Circuit Court, that
therewith terminated our official re
stions with the .-gen tl email who/ for .
nearly, ^wo y^ears,, has wielded^the im-.
{?ortanI powers over the lives,' liber
ies and fortunes of the people, en
trusted to the Circuit Judge. In
these days of degeneracy, when the
vocabulary of censure is .exhausted in
the vain attempt to express the pub
lic sense of wrong and outrage under
the infliction of incompetent and cor
rupt officials of every grade, it. is a
pleasure'te.be; able to write a hearty
" well'doW' 'of ?any-officer to whom
it is justly due.
We think we*?xpresB thesentiment
of the people and the Bar,. when we
say, that the official career of Judge
Melton b?afi'be?ri, marked by, a rare
abilityMAgmtyj j diligence- and cour
tesy, which renders it a matter of
profound regret that the limited ten
ure and insufficient emoluments of the'
position, rendered other posts more
attractive to one possessing those high
qualifications fer the judicial office
which are Judge Melton's.
In the new field which he seeks to
enter, should he succeed, Judge Mel
ton will have an opportunity of de
monstrating the integrity of his pur
poses andhiseminentabilities. Should
he solve the intricate problem of State
craft in its involved, obscure and
anomalous'condition in South Caroli
na, and rescue the State from the foul
and seething sea of corruption in
which she is now steeped, he wi H
condone his political offenses and en
title himself to the lasting gratitude
of''bfe'riebple; "We-tlonfess w"e are not !
hopeful of this happy consummation. .
-Camden Journal.
The l?ll?'NewW^^
sistedwin.jetting, rmfetches has gone
where matches are not made.
A TerriW* doable Tragedy inS;>
Special Telegram to tho 2*cws.
SAVANAH, 'October, il'.; '
?' . VEhismorning lt?tween. t?n a.!>d.
e>VJ?i 0*?!vu???.^*:.:4|u.'+^-?*l:p;:(^m
.of - Oawd?B. *Jfl?k?B,|.#Hl*r?i-l
his father's office pale nud qpp.^ront?y,,
laboring ynder great mental excite
ment, arrd'U^ntMiflkf thc' bf?ik' roc/w
of the office, where his fSthe$t???ns
acls his p?ivate business.' 0<?vseeing
him the father bega-ri * to reprimand
him in a veryisevere' aWd^naPsh-inan
rief. *The young man Mvoft th?t he.
would not put up with the language
his father Jiad used ?n a 'previous oe
j times at his father-hall, three. ba]le
taking effect, one in the ' righi; arm,
another in the head, and. the Wn:iya
the thigh. After committing tais.
act he shot himself in the breast. So
.was then taken, into the(. adjoining
i-Qom, occupied by Mr. Philipe,Mho
seated him in a^cnair, where lie ?ex-'
piled! in about twenty ?minut?s! ' Tue
wounds iufli?teclon the father are;??t
of a dangerous, character ; bub there
.is jio .'doubt the son thought he had
killed his father, and concluded "to
end his own life. The mother "on
hearing of the fearful tragedy rushed
oiit of herlcfa'se! a?d d?wri'"'the Street
to the 'offic?/'her Screams of labren tax
tipn mingling with threats-'?galnst the3
faYherV?r:wrckv IHie^-feuppo ?ed to be
his act. f)p reaching the ; oJl?ce she
endeavored to get access to the room"
where Mr. David Dillon was,-but'was
refused adttittaMeT" "She theil eTTTeT
tdihj? rooppvhe.re ythe dead bj?r of
teHam I^HlMMtocene* ?fef-fol
lowed beggars description. All the
agonized feelingsjo? a bereaved moth
erj^ere disjplayeoF'j|8, in the frenzy of
her grieT,sbe .mourned and wailed
?eavy groans
kissefrrepeWflly' lflsVbld checks and
forehead. There was scarcely a dry
eye among the crowd of lookers on
that pressed around ^n Wlgf
Mr. Dillon srftori a-uhair mmk bffic*,
perfectly calm and collected, while
his wounds were attended to
Coroner Sheftall visited thp sceni
of the tragedy at about, no<?n, an
held an .inquest oyer# the body of
young DilitJn. TheWdictriiendered,
after a patient examination pf wit
: 3esses, was " that the deceased came
to his death by a pistol shot wound
inflicted bv his own hand." *
The case of Mr. Samuel G. Brown,
now confined as a Ku-Kltu prisoner
at Albany, has been frequently allu
ded to nweady. Additional facts are
now iit hand which show that the
case is still more cruel and revolting
than was at first represented. It. ap
pears that shortly after thc arrest and
sentence or Brown, Rev. David Wills,
President of Oglethorpe University,
heard ol' the altair, - and iiiwstfertetr*
it. Having satisfied himself that the
prisoner was an honest, upright; pa
triotiu-and law-a?biding uiaiv, and that?
the sentence was arbitrarily imposed
after a mock tria), hy J#4ge rBoud.
tiie reverend geutfei^n?3/|atiW ?ie
facts lo firs. Marift-^nW^Weif-1
moreland, an estimable lady ol At
lanta, and begged her to intercede in
Brown's behalf. She?; necordingly
wrote to Mrs. Governor Hpil?ian', of
New i orle, ; nd also tc a clergy m iii
at Albany^ and bptlptliejs parlies al
once lent all their inutience in the di
rection desired. [The (remainder ol
the story is well -knowu. 1 Noiwifh
:ianding the intercession au.i testi
mony'of those clergymen and Chris
tiau women, and in disregard even of
the rccommendatio:] of Coi. Whiteley
and Gerrit Smith, the President .ob
stinately iefusedtorelea.se Mu. Brown,
and continues to confine in a peniten
tiary, contrary t?'ail law, hnmKfi?tff j'
and common sense, an aged, infirm
and innocent citizen of the United
States. This is what General Grant
calls "political necessity."
TIIE DEFEAT OF HARRY BASSETT.
-It h??te beerrmentioned by telegraph
that the celebrated racer, Harry Bas
sett, the. rival of Longfellow, was
beaten at Prospect Park, Nev/ York,
on Saturday, by. Monarchist, owned
by M. H. Sanford. . Thi? was a most
unexpected result, as tho odds were
extravagantly iq favor, of Bassett.
The race was a^ dash 'o? three ' miles,
and very exciting1, (n 'drawing for
places Monarchist-had the inside,:bnt
Bassett got the 'best of The start? by, a.
full length. At th?quarter pole ?hey
were head and bead, but Bassett soon
got the lea'd,'and coming up the
atretch they seemed to move almost
with the speed of the wind. The
faster Bassett ran the closer Mon
archist seemed to hang to him,. and
at the finish of the first mile, which,
was run in 1 Ab, Bassett only Jed
three-quarters of a length.' The nett
mife was almost a repetition of the
first, but entering the stretch Mon
archist was still only a neck behind
the favorite, and when .again. they_|
came up the stretch both were going
more slowly, and they passed the
stand,having run ?the two miles in
3 :37?. As they passed the stand the
general opinion was that Monarchist
was running the fastest, and that if
he only stuck to his Work j he 'taould
win. ' Bassett, however, kept the ?ead
until'well iflto th? straight, when the
whip was applied tp Monarchist, and
he came up ?ve? with Baes?tt, amidst
the greatest excitement. Monarchist
came home the winner by two lengths,
in ?.53?i! On . returning nreigh
neither-horse appeaV?? i?'be.Bisiress
ed-Monarchist certainly was not,
while Bassett cantered away to his.
stable. The" scene at the finish wjasj
one of the greatest excitement, all
present, ?even "some of the losers,
shouting themselves hoarse.
THE OLD HORSE.-The old horse, re .
quires more lime to eat his meals and rest ; i
his nerves. Of all animals'thc old ho'rso
is thc worst abused. Although he has
been our most faithful and protitablo ser
vant, vet in his old age the hum is applied .
lo force out his youthful vigor. The older j |
he grows thc more he feels the lash. He ? \
is often turned out of doors to give place
to thc colt?. Too often the neglect and
abuse he is subjected to, because- hr. is a
little old, results in a greater loss than is
made up in Ibo care for the young horse.
The last part of ri horse's fifo may be more
profuabie,, if rightlv asedLtban the first j
part. TherVirmore ho?if?rtandlcss-Vlnn-f
ger in working old horses.. Wo under- ?
staad them and they, understand tia ; ?ind
we should be as willing to conform tatheir ;
nature as thev are to conform to our wish
es. It would be more humane os well as
more profitable to use them as they should
be, as long as it wotfld; pay, and. tuon .take
j thom nui and shoot ihoju do.wn. But the
j wicked practice is?W*1m??kjmm about
K?js^njach.as'.tliey milpear and pay wclfl
I ami UiQ-n.-ii-'Jf tl/op) cdf If .som* more in J
htuuuJK.WJVHC?L.(hau themselves. The otff
secv?fi?iia kvnfi.ft-mong'^iraiigeij?, and die,*
??ceiveft no .svinjMiihy.it! hishusJv extr?uij
iii??. ? ?*l ?i' .? . i
peened at HM C*niui?tfi*t ? fiflecntious.
A corespondent1 in P.?ri?' ??nlts tho fol
k?*.viVi'4.account ?? an - wont ? vMtk 4*uk
ilU^e .afi^?ipa^?n, pf ?he Ar^hL^hop.c^
Paris, and condenjneclj tp death on the
25th of Ma}' lasi : D?nivelle,. a man . of
^me^'y?'afsrslhtfed^fl'tn? 'TptfVofJ
une (last for assaseiaat/ngiithe, Cpuate. tff'
?eaufort; and Deschamps, 34 years of age,
bc,'atvtfa? ]^tb<of Mav, was lOidejed rtoj,
jfrtai*iwisoi?m. i II / im
Louve was the wretch wno, when' ina
rchbishnpWC?arte IttWHJOnA hands
fa bless-hi?a.3l*s3?fl;Mw?4?it|G^; llfaVa !
I Here is mine!" discharging big !yu*4e?
?s beupoke on the intrepid prolate." Co
live boastoc^J^?.^Mictl?^yu!^'.'WW{', his
' death. V&??tffWntlf a ? JJung. in
Thntry soldier wlfttimtti^?^ratcd from
Ilia comradg? a?d?e?L inb?,tliq ^frgfnj/t
bande thc ifttbi ol-4ityrt4jM.uv0i ut' : tile jj
suppression- of"'the *irmurrecti?M. . -J AKor
this ybtrag?c?ltHeiilifitl1)'?t*ir tortured suffi"
ciently, Deschamp" shot him. Dernv?r?e
was one of tho platoon who tortured and
assassinated M: de Beaufort, an officer of
tihe National Guara auriflg the siege, and
' ho was guilt* ?TEpicrim? Lut of having!
n aristocrat] nada i Q)[mM? skptafcl
.eBeaufcilMl ?S?id l?vittu'li4
Bayonet, .... , ,;-jH,iV> >
As usual in such -cases, ine. tutta*4;
for their' oxeentipn was noi Tilade \fyU>
to them iii! .the very morning ot t-ht ?v
ha'cTai-rived, 'arjdj'asa iyn?fenyenW^
unfortunate mc? exhibUtscf- cojiwJc*ao1e
surprise ffttpa-aW?tenW fr/ji?; their sleep:
aivJ-intofiwd that their how hud cwne.
T!^j?iil?rJko\x-ivd -sc-lf?pot??ssi?*n, h"ow
civor.^cl sflej?t Jhjfir; jast f?j^ nj-.o^to^iu
priso^.?Y-parfcalmig ot ranee and writing.
IcttcrSTW'tft?if'friends. Dc?am'anrps smo
ked, a, pipo tiU.be had .arrived at the post
:it which he was te atoad i'ur ?^?jiiio^. 4?
Men it *a|;M*y froth' him;bjt pnlrc ap\
iv official. ' -Alkkoiigh . deadly Jf&le>!tJi'i?
?ft^all.^alkcd'with ? firm stfBttM HW
??^y'?ieed the 'tl'iroe; p?ckefs of .soldiers
etrfiled to do then* duty as execotioner?.
onie difficulty being experienced'^ ointf-i
i li g Lolive. io thofpost, he observad .wita
great-coolness- that thc trouble takep was
reaUy tbroSra^way, at, ne needed(nothing
!f f?&fcmdf Just before the word *#aB
i\^^be-k^poit?' ,to* fire,'Deschan?ps, ji'a
lear rir? '.TMbe, shouted out twice,T&e.
ia R?publique d?mocratique el sociale
? bas ?s l??ra'tf Dfeifivftrtfe afcd?* fa*
la. Cbmmunc !'''> ?Lelfve ."said nothing.
Very soon the tearing sound caused by 'iv
discharge of musketry was'hoard. and tho
tili rev bodies were seen shrunk up side by
siiio-Domville writhing spasmodically for
a few secw^and t,^WH^4fiPiS
grate'. mfajfi^um?^^-1
thC tinops' r
bafcdV playing '^Uin^l?^^
\v;^ e^cc^io*rdiy mt]^$? x<xt
piiPn^PBP
rireTM'ii EvMw *ii
in(^ Biiir jfi^lft-v^uSi
t!iOuVfu'y?!L'i.;>? HifctftB?u?
qi
ui ;'. largo umyujit -.tiuit-i?e-wpuj?ln't take
i - ^'WO/vaiSW "88?,'
wiialhc. ul wa? evidenced Ly ins pull J
ing ? ri ?7 ?V H?uWu* IMM Hi '^MdUolc.^]
:..-..;.!:jf^vijfu i?lY"fnij?j^i ?fa hands
. :. r>. -><*<vW?:v?*U *Mght nam.-. It is
ii 11 ..- say bc was retused/! lt was not
tfclit?veil thai lie ever woua dollar of
[inlier, bul Bill has r<-uoiil
-; rat? d iii- success in that hue.
A day or tw<
Cacilie I rain in
---nu^wikfa
ling hinf^fViome fellows hud
pic
tvit
ntr
IVullt
'.took him in ou the'k?ers'':,several day?
jef?re'on a game ihcy?otdled ." three leets-*
aonkf,-"'?nd gave iv halfway explana?
;jon ol' the "howof it." /. ''
. Just thet?v-biaAlbsiB boy tatii^ iflj?fcnd
vfter listeo-ing'Some tiiue to Bill's isiory,
mid:1 " NOAV ;ook- ahero, old mau ;? I can
?iiess them cards.-' Bill - let him fry sev
?ai fillies, and sureenough, the boy "never
nisscd once, and 'lost no opportunity to
ntiaiaic against Bill's brains, : l'he latiner
ift 4ast got mad, aud..otfered.. to bet. his
itatcH against the boy's,- ?h?boy jump
x\ at the chrtnce;and "lostihis wu'tch. ? Bill
hen went to another car t?/tjet rid Of the
joy, who wai fic*'hfeoii| atv? iefrfble rate
ibout that watch hoing given .lo him by
lis dying father, and he must have it back
vgain or he could never* face his dear old
Bother again. Thc minister pacified him,'
vnd so far gained his ' conudehce that ho
;xplained how he had. made a .mistake,
ind if he just had-, soiae inore money : ha
iTouidjVuijihc watch, b?ioJi.- ,Bfi v?laja^ t
xl so perfectly to the minister,. that .thc
after told him lie had some gold and
.vouid risk it if the boy would de the bet
ing*. The young innocent agreed, and
yent into another car after Canada Bill [ (
,vho came.in, but didn't want to bet.- -IJcs
vas a plain, honest farmer, and not a
jambler. ? * Brit?'. the preacher showed'him
low unjust it was not to give the- boy a
ihance-for his watch, and Bill consented.
Soon two hundred and fifty dollars of the
nmister's gold .was gone. Papio, shouted
ie brakeman and Bill threw down the
' keecds" and told his antagonists that he
ived there and must get off and " go
mm." The boy became so desperate at
?his that he was determined ,to gpt off
Jiere too and follow the old farmer home
ind get that watch back.
It is needless to say that the " kid" was
n the game. Such is tho world. Day
ifter day this three card monte game is;
alked about in tha newspapers, Du* ail to>
io purpsse. One Jool falls ; and his place
s immediately filled by another.
-? ? i <fc i m-.
A Grenada Bluebeard.
Half a century ago, a Jewish merchant,
isaac Pedro Gome,, lived at Grenada,
Spain, in a house built at the base of a
ofty rock. He devoted himself to marry
ng and making money, and succeeded so
,voll in both that he amassed a large for
aine, and took unto himself seven wive^/j
jot polygamously but in succession, as
mc after tho other was transferred from
lis arms to thc grave. It was his habit;
;o bury his spouses atnig?tand unattend
Jd. lt was probably this fact that caused
?he suspicions that finally drove him from
r,he city. He married ' again twice^ and,
finally, havina buried his'" niiie wives, he
?ras buried himself at Vera Cruz,"in 1?5?X , f
?fi8:?ons are said, to-be iioW;.livir^'Juij,'
Aanericu. His story had j well-nigh ? beend '
ungotten in-Grenada^ wheiva few . weeks
since, some workmen, employed in . repair -fi
UK;' his old house, discovered a subterranean :
passage, 135 a ti long by 7* feet wide; at | J
tho end of which woijo poyen ifemale skele- : i
tons. Meilical experta say that they must 1
have all been, placed .there during the j J
modern Bljcbeard'slife. Grenada is proper- . I
ly excited._ The'skel Hons have been taken {
away; but, if anybodydotibts tho story, ' ;
he can go and seethe'cave. . * ,
A Mimiesoio^vV*wer.lajid,,iii?, Wuoat/
.i. /; !-fifthij? .-(..,, "? .,. .-y i
iviMT with ji Mr. flidwn?*?,jm .voxtenflrVe
?wHeat grower pf Minuc^t^ .^V^il^?r
?"of wh?cb wooopy, thoiblMwirtg:.i.; ?. ; nJ.
. .' "HiswnWif c^3'^^^i?^\W^^.
"tho wt?jt?jjpf?^
placed ti) hts balik jCfifiiUlL . The* toltow
may uoTbe devoid ol. interest : The aver
'aggregate crop.??*1? ^ea&'ob'ifJltfltedr'iWt.
45,000>.kiw?he?B^'olk>??.-whichf ?.-'.t-taci, ;
I d'- 'Qvo, jis? been* .iriaw^?t?d (a*}j*,.$)ri? .
Wk n?*t8d,4iint #A:Q&pjsrj ?b?8^f?ex;j
aying freight, insurance,, fm^.cornal s^n^
rgelljng. . ^ ? . ' ' ' ' '"' ' ' - ?
3 TJalryrriple informV ifs' t*lia?*h'4i sowed.
iffv .t?? fend Vlrh !Sc?t?H, fife^d th? '
rWr'haff'witt th? GXtesW .tfneM.' -"Of*
ese two kinds of seed Mnri '?tcir^-riipt???? . <
eaidwllv!' ir?ifavcrft cf <. the |Gde?f,-?&'d
jfahe.Bhftl?i?^vA^ofchwikiaiftoja sear?;
o. ?l^?n>Hb.t^^i^t^^?w th*.,
Wic*?LfAgncqUurAl..J>p4SI^Ent) ^afrd
:e iMUMI ir ?I f kriWnttmi . i iiin I fe? rn HAM .
iliv uuv.iwo lum, JAI u.",i Ul!> VUlCr
?no?feWtt?l t?eig?f .lr?i?'TnTcV to.rttoWw
pounds moro per bushel. . He "hus lest?d'*
r| f )r ihc'|?ist*tlrrcc yrfir.> -upon snui?aV
'<i-?tfnj.W ifcUh s?l\-*rMAaj?lihei-> varieti??Fj ?JUM?I
Wi? H-iHi^^njo.^uUi''. r ,: > , j
taijSSM T^H?VisnATpEE.-ffle' :
JUoit, *>?u ?? Jitviwj rr ?r?fl ?' fl.
W's: l7, s . . ,.T
[ . ?^l^g?rt?ty a*&: wonli^j adered
nl^?. jb^'. t l?e^ n a raj?. c?A/3;:m.Ekr<;wj&,. whft.,'
hhs,j)cpti;in tfa habit,pf pnrcbaaing. pa- ,
Wis ai our ct?j?e tor salo, on the pulroan^, '"
njforriit^ us,' ye?t?raayj that' one*'of.Vliiii
M?retf eHiployed, who ha's beou: setting
jpkp?rsffot n?h iii'iJotitbi Carolina- ibr. some 1
lilac past, descried him a few??aya- since; .?
;akl;i?.WAv ai?oug: Mhoi prominent cand?
idktps'lbr tjh^ l^ig^lajture. .. Ad?,m,say?.he-..
A\pi?dn't mimi J;l^le^^
vtoiijd pay him' tor t)ie lust bat eli, pf pa-.
prrs ho Hok?." ' ' .?.?;' ?.<. *'.''
Courtesy of C?.?Ta!ru?s Cutthroats'.'
A chivalrous biu-?l?ry'was lately per
pt trated in ; the beautifut residence of
8|imuel Pope, -J wealthy citizen of Pater- '?'
sdn, {Sj J.; the gentlemanly chafaoter of
?n hich.eJicita the highest admiration; About .>.
e!ev*n o'clock at night Mr. Pope was
a va kened by some one shaking him gently,
by his shoulder, and opened Iiis eyes to'
trellis bed surrounded by five masked
figures, who held cocked pistols, lo ? his
hpd. They were beautifully-dressed Bren',
iijul had lianas white-and soft, as he could
se*>lijt ?tlit? moonlight The leader, in a .
courteous tone and mild language, told.
Mr. Pope not to. be frightened, but to keep
qtuet and ne.sh?urd-?ot^be harmed. Ile j
iijU in wife their suggestions under the :
circumatances, and they tied his hands
Jidlvri willi a long piece of tarred 'rope,
ljhoy tiien bound Mrs. Pope ?ni the same
way us delkuituly a,s possible, leaving her
ii^ Lcd and taking her husband to a. closet,^,
where they cou!'1, watch* him. Two were
rationed at the window,'?nd ther?se?med
ti Le several outiid?j miking about tenin
di. The safe keys1 were removed from'
tlr-ir owners nocket, and two of th? num
ber with mutiiud*feettEet: .about gathering' i
LH> tho valuables. From the bureaus theyv:i.
.deam d about S1000 in specie and
^oc?i.oi; .'-: 1.-1 -1-'
m
vb???^i?&POtt?- n?hor^?lnW?:.; paoeY
Vyhen they"liad concluded'their s??rcb, a-i
lit .le adopted tla.iigmer was taken from
lifer 1 e l, and after neing so?th'efl was put
ia IM11 willi "Mrs. P?^??, and told to untie
lier' !*.! her and, mother aller they had gone.
.\ll then jara"ped int'? ?mt- carriage and I
hov: away, leaving HO trace behind them
tkt Ute taiTed rope- -dr. ?Pope was to
liiivi: revived !<:;t>,?iJU that day but Was.,
isappointt-d, as they doubtless were 'also.' '
lllic ?iiail) watch dog had Keen poisoned
J few daVs ifcf?re. "-' . ?..'.'
! OKr'TNhigis II ave P&sttL Away.' '
! ??f?s is at i'd^str'triio ol' the old nnrfhod
?' treating tfif- bnig'abused and mhch
Jnise'd l??fi?ah body. It ls no' longer .
phh'Iderctl wine to put a patient to thc
.(natii o hrordcr io cuic bim of-'a disease
(i winch pain is already nnderhiining
ho eiicrgies of Iiis ?system. Trub'seience' <
?jing?s ftbolfdn tlieside ofniiture, and
?ihoadoM toaw-ist her in her fight against
Bseaso. This ix tho province ol' Hostot
er*s stonmch rJittcrs, the most approved
fcnic cter advyr^Ls?d.ip this country. It^.
?air b?rccoirrnifch??u'as 4f ftnl mediatne,-'
?iTO?cellcncc j Jor it is ip the fall ter*
Mioii^i^'lsj.dy^'nb?aaud malarious fpf*'
(rs ar? lapct-i-alty prevalo?K. Tbc traigo,
:hi?\v;t^tt^?be he?tsofsummer, is;rc- "
, ?ii??'u^d ^^l^l^ff?closy, ju'^d r'eciuir??;, .
foaaiuwy ikn*ctt?ds,- artiticiaia?siritancew
Imrpujghout tho far "West, and .ph'th?
teaming. aUnjmt ol'ibo Sputh.orn'rrye?^, ;
Il tlle'.' vip'?ci?'c.s, of periodical io\*?rM4r,e ' '
ifob'aarjj i?fb ?o-d?y. ' Had'? course of.,
lo?tet't?r's itilt?rs b?b'n comnic?c?d by
iio suiijcrej^?Tnonth ago, '. "lVelbro' '
he iiphcamiy.'^asoii sciin, seyen-eights
if thc-ni would' in all probability Ire in
pr not keeping nn'the^h^i^o, and using
?lily, tbe licsfsareguardagaiustcpidcm
c and endemic lovers'.4 ' "
.r? trying to loiiow in tho wake or thc
jreat American .!*rem"ea^r-, 'therefore be
ure that the article Ton'buy is gopume
iidfy?titieil l^i.fb)p^n>)perr^eiharirtA
Clio true article can only "be obuiinc<l in
wttley. . B?waTd of the "spurious bittors. '
0ldb>-Hh<|;a?ll??W>r iij ls???,. :i ,}jLtl?O?
--^^^^1-==
I PRESCmPTiONS
JAREFULLY1 C?Mjr^O?NDED
'?Y!. "
I',-. ;A. A. CUSBY. .
[ TAKE pleasure in announcing to my
ustoxners. that C ha-veispared nd tx^uUe
ir expenso in .co^plct^^pj^f llroscrip
ion Department, and by buying my
Medicines in small. qu;mtitie? I am ne- .
hssitatcd to 9jder,oftc?nanci?on^equenJt
V my stock Ls always fre?h and genuine.
Lisnow*yv<e?l supplied with pure and
up'erior Medicines, .inst received from. ,
kieiof? tbe most reliable-Druggists in,
few York. *And"I sbal.1 endeavor ai
rays to bo "on hand ready to Compound^,',
; hick will .be done with, the greatest care,
nd at moderate charges.
A. A. CLISBY.-'
ti AUGUSTA, GA.
jClIIS popular and well-known Hotel
snow fully open for tho reception of'
isitqrs, having recently been thorough- -
vrenovatod. newlypainted, and put in,
he mos' vomplctu order. Woaredeter
uinod lo make ours a ' first-class Hotel, '
lot to bo .surpassed North or Sooth.
We resufeot-fully solicit tho patronage
if our Edgefioia"friends and tho puimc
tenerallv. .
- M ??trMY & MAY, Proptietors.
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Bpiiepsy or Pits
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rr?(lli?t.:*s tnj?y bft'Mitalncd Irom'^'nlry'yrtT?}. A
HinV ?wit-!>?.? toi ?lt .appU?aof? .tty/TOOl?. ^A'iWrtta .
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St.,?Ne]r?Yorb? B??X t?Ucrtocfe(i Abm clcrtrym'en
ind o?K-rn. No pa^fMtil cured. Send for circul?t

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