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The dresses in my trunk were suffi
ce ar- cient to inspire any woman with com
-, says fordable assn i ance. The nexr morn
ing I mude a beautiful toilet, but
acute neither Mr. nor Mrs. Lacelles called,
^nto ^ a* lamP"hghting I heard a little
l"\k> 8tir and bustle on the stairs, a rip
(I tell filin? laugh, "he rustling of silk robes,
'a-'i^s an<*' 'eun'"M ",1 nt"1- '?!tlic-rV arm.
pi(.v- Miss La voiles ^ntere-i. SK'' w-?*b??i?*
;.;>:.i tifnl, tall, pale and hu ly-Uk?*, remind
?ho?n ?* !t *a*r w^ite illly W.<
lever 80011 struck up a friendship-a girl's
.oies, friendship, I mean
-*\vVil *^ome one has said I hat there is mi
0 ffjr friendship between ihe sexes, and
them some one is mistaken ; for I think the
their World holds no safer friend for a wo
. " man than an honorable man. A wo
linds mans friendship is very likely to bi
the result of convenience, contiguity
or of being, as my father sneeringly
1U e remarked, '. the only Christians with
,r, in hail of each oilier." Mary showed
me all her ?ecrets, and I returned tut
compliment, mindful of Burns' ad
.t, vice to still ." keon something to my
self I wad nor tell to ony."
Life settled down into an unexcit
ing but endurable routine. Mary ami
I visited each uthcr, fur I had invitee!
her to pass the cold weather with mi
in New York. One day in the mid
dle of one of these pleasant chats, a
sei vant came in and handed me ;;
card. The name on it aroused all thi
'antagonism in my nature. It wa-5
ll "Geoffrey Gardner."
I Now it so happened that the exist
d euee of ibis gern lem?n was the thins
m I kept back in my confidence with
?hied, Mary. So I had now to explain whe
BL pud what he?was. I wanted her tc
I| come into the parlor vith me-but
ILads. no' ?ne W0UM o?ii0me first and dress;
I but she promised to be back to tea.
jj I disliked Geoffrey, yet I was glad
Bl . tu see bim. My mental faculties were
H rustin" for want of attention. Father
gi wr >nld not quarrel with me, ?nd Ma
Hu" ry vv.-is uxy only face card. I could
L not throw her away. Besides. I
rather liked t" see his great hand
acme figure in the room ; he was so
I full of life that he seemed to vitalize
I the chairs and stools; they tumbled
D about and got ont of the way in the
m 8'rangos: manner. I told him about
VB M <ry Lacelles, and warned him that
H- he would lose his heart. He gravely
H "_ told me that he had none to lose.
B1?- We waited tea tor Mary, bu' she
H did not come till quite d-rk, and we
Bf h id begun tea ?he said she had
II baen declined by company, but I
Bi knew better than that. She was
Kiers dressed with reference to caudle-light
I re,"' eii'ci;t, and would not lose its influ
! of* euee on her first appearance. I never
I 1?re ?aw her look so lovely-her rose-col
I me. ored dress, with its broad shimmer
I arta! iiig hands, of white silk, enhanced
I my her charms. Geotfrey looked delight
It to e i, Mini she gave him the benefit
? ch- of borh her ni ward and downward
I car. glances.
? me When tea wai? over I left the room
Bj] I for a few moments, and when I came
Heve back I found Geoffrey and .Mary sit
Bline ?in?.' opposite each other, wiih the
t! 'diess board between them, as an ex
Mpes cuse for imitations. The move had
Maid been so rapid that I had been aston
B er. ished, and a little angry too; and
B br- father did not improve the matter by
fl nd whispering, as I pissed his chair:
I ne. ' Checkmated. Olive."
I ;an It was a pleasant evening to me,
B and it was the beginning of my un
B| pleasantness.
1!j 'i How it came let the doctors tell;"
HI in. .but I began to like Geoffrey just as
H 'soon ns he began to like Mary. I
Bfciy called up pride to the rescue, but it
?leal did not help me ma'h, and I suffered
B.'in much in watching Geoffrey's atten
;, tion to Mary, and listening to her
Bl""'" prattles about him. I thought her
M^r** so supremely silly, an 1 I tola her so.
"Hi:i- Sh? was astonished at my petulance,
Br. : but I don't, think she suspected the
Bl truth. Only father did that, and he
1 to iooked so "served you right, Miss,"
?is- that I longed for him to be a woman
^Ame for an hour or so that I might talk
Bria back to him.
Heh One day, after Geoffry had been a
?Lid month with us, a riding party was
?Iii- proposed to the top of the mountain.
?Ls, Geoffry and Mary, father and I-that
B*a- would be the order of cour e, and I
9 was prepared for that; but there is a
Bn- last straw to every burden, and my
i last straw was this incident : "They
; Hre were mounted and waiting for rae^
Br- when Mary dropped her gauntlet.
H From my window I saw Geoffry pick
Br.:, it up, put it upon the hand laid so
-Bit confidently in his. then kiss it. After
; j that I was not going to ride for "king
9re nor kaiser." I sent a positive refusal
?ry to all entreaties, and as soon as they
B^e were out of sight indulged in a good
"?ld refreshing cry. I cried myself to
Bid deep, and awoke about dusk with a
Bly new-born purpose in my mind, which
Bb. oomforted me wonderfully, the key
Bes note to which was, " she stoops to
Bv- ;ouquer." Yet I did not dress again;
Bit ? knew they were at tea at Mr. La
o-B a .;elles. so I threw ray dressing gown
Bp around me, and taking " Red as a
Be- Rose is She" in my hand, I ordered a
; B r cup of strong tea, and went into the
Bhe utting room. As I walked m at one
Ho- door, Geoffry walked in at the other.
BBf' " I came to take you to Mr. La
!B celles, Olive," he said.
9to <. How Jo you propose doing it, sir?
B For unless you bind me hand and
B'd foot, and get ?a couple of darkies to
:rHm 'tote' me there, 1 really don't think
fBy you will succeed."
; B - "I could carry you myself."
"Could you? I don^t think you
iBf j would enjoy the journey."
?cs ?< Will you dare me to do it?"
yBie <? ?sfot to-night. I should like to
- I insure my life first."
? B^' ' Olive, you have been crying."
B^l " I have not, sir," indignantly.
?'B11' " .^"^ * nave> what is that to you?"
:: Hal t. ^ gr?at deaf. Oh, Olive, you
."?'1 teasing, provoking, ! "Witching little
j j mortal! how often :n st I tell you I
|B~* love you ? hov/olten must I ask you
!?B':" to marry mt- ?"
f I " It is not six months since the last
? Wt"", time, Geoli'ry."
?td "I don't care; it eeems like six
; Bk }'ears! an(^? ?h? Olive, you know that
?te you love me."
;?a "I do not."
^Bat; M You have loved me ever since
?at you were eight years old."
Ul "I have not."
ifias " Now yon must take me forever,
: Br~" or leave me forever to-night. I have
B113? asked you three times before."
I i " Well, four times, then, odd nnm
iBT hers are lucky."
??? ?i uere js tKe fifth time. Yon know
|B I what I want I want, Olive-your
;.? promise tobe mine. Is it to be? Now
f Ban or never."
?ty *I suppose every one has a good
] angel. Mine must have bpen at hie
By ? post just then, for a strange feeling
?ta of humanity and gentleness cameovei
Bj me. I glanced up at the handsome
' Bbe face all aglow with love's divine ligbt;
Wm at eyes full of gracious entreaty; at
Bss the arms stretched out to embrace,
Bp- Yet pride struggled hard to overcome
?If. love. .X stood up silent and . trem
.Hr9 bl?ng, quite unable to acknowledge
? Bill myself vantjuiahed, until I saw him
??B.' toro awa/ aggrieved and ye*7 w^
Ki.roivfal. Timlmdi
"Geoffry, comeback"; i: is now"
This is the way I said " Yes," and
I have never been sorry for it yet. If
I ?ive to the age of Methuselah I
shall never be a meek woman, but
still I suit Geoffry, and I take more
kindly to his authority than ever,I
did to parental rule. Father laughs
with sly triumph at Geoffry's victory,
and ins.soul, tm? ?is a wedding present
a handsome copy of " The Taiuing of
the Shrew."
.-? --a?> ? ?.-.
Eli Perkins ou the (Cuban) War
Pai h.
I am here in Terre Haute. The
S room where I now write once re
sounded with the eloquence of Abra
iain Lincoln. To-morrow ft Chicago
drummer will occupy it to sell sheep
dodings. It is a shame-a national
?hame-that a room once occupied by
Abraham Lincoln and myself should
ever echo to the trafficking voice of ti
commercial traveler. Alas ! we liv?
tn evil limes. Only yesterday I saw
them using Mr. Lincoln's two-bun
dred-thousand-doltai monument, ovei
in Springfield, asa profane theatrical
bill-board. They were posting lin
yellow hand-bills of a minstrel troupe
on it.
"Go. base imitation negro! leave
this sacred monument," I said ; bul
he kept on pastiug the bill its he re
marked, " If Mr. Lincoln WHS alive
Judge, he would be the last mau tc
object to a poor negro minstrel past
ing a few hand-bills on his monument.'
WAR.
Yesterday when I arrived in Tem
Haute to stay over Sunday, I regis
tered my nume " Colonel Eli Per
kins." My arrival caused a great
excitement. It was understood that
I was going to open a recruiting office
for the Cuban war. All the old sol
diers here who don't hold lucrative
offices ir: the " Granges" are enthu
siastic for war. A good man) rebel
soldiers have come over the river
from Kentucky to live in Terre Haute.
They are for war, too. They all de
sired to be colonels or generals except
one man, who said his neart throbbed
so for the Stars and Stripes that he
was willing to take a sutlership. I
have telegraphed General Grant that
Terre Haute alone can supply 1,000
officers, and that ?ill the Government
will have to do will be to appoint a
few privates.
Colonel Gapin says he is ready to
fly to arms. He has probably flown
before this. He says his heart, burns
fw>r the American eagle, and he can
hardly keep from rushing on to New
York, where he can be first to say
"good-by to the brave Cuban patri
ots."
Adjutant Sterne says he fought all
through the late war, sometimes on
one sidewind sometimes on the other,
and, rather than see America kneel
ing at the feet of Spain, he would
gladly welcome war-war to i lie knife
-and accept a ?teymastership. He
is so enthusiastic for the cause that,
itt case of no vacancy in our army,
he luis telegraphed for a place on the
staff of a Spanish General.
DRILLING FOR WAR.
This afternoon we all assemhl . in
the Squnre to drill-nine hundred
Union officers, two hundred rebel offi
cers, and several sutlers and quarter
masters. We all agreed with Alex.
Stephens that a foreign war would
heal domestic troubles-cement us
together. This is why I lend my in
fluence to war. I am anxious to heal
up our national wounds-anxious to
put my aims around my Southern
brother and sell him some more dry
goods.
As the patriots came out they
brought their old battle flags with
them. Our officers brought out their
battle banners which they had carried
all through the late war. As they
shook out the folds we saw inscribed
ot them "Gettysburg," "Lookout
Mountain," " Antietam," " Spottsvl
vania Court House," and " Vicks
burg." The rebels pulled out their
flags and unwound the inscriptions
"Balls Bluff," " Bull Run,/ "Seven
Oaks" and " Red River." When our
fellows saw this they didn't "cement"
-they didn't " heal" to any alarm
ing extent. They said they didn't
enjoy looking at battles where they
got licked, got wounded and captured,
)and cut up generally. Thc rebels
said they didn't want to fight under
any such inscriptions as " Antietam"
and "Vicksburg," and one fellow
said if we did/it take the d-d
Yankee rags away they'd charge us
out of the square. This made our
fellows forget all ab"Ut " cementing"
and "healing," and, instead, in ten
minutes we had a little one-horse re
bellion on our hands. As usual, I
was first in battle-coming towards
the hotel.
And now, Mr. Editor, I don't see
how we are going to " cement" and
' heal" much-I don't see how we
are going to get the rebels to help us
innen in the Spanish fight till we get
our flags changed-till we carry out
Mr. Sumner's ideas. At least I've
postponed my recruiting office in
Terre Haute till we get a sort of gen
eral flag to fight under. What do
you think of it?
May heaven bless your newspaper
and preserve it, from yours truly,
ELI PERKINS.
Retrenchment and Economy.
The Athens Watchman publishes
the following resolutions, adopted by
the lady members of Clarke County
Grange, without a dissenting voice.
We think it would be well to imitate
this example throughout the country,
and that the ladies should set their
faces against foolish extravagance,
which more frequently embarrasses
husbands and fathers than is gener
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fashions, adapted to the means of
each family, would do much to re
lieve the financial pressure, and eua
b'e many an honest man to pay his
debts. Heie are the resolutions,
which we hope will please our lady
readers :
Resolved, That we believe the time
has arrived for us to discountenance
all extravagance and abolish pride,
and advocate, as far as lies in our
power, everything that tends to lead
to economy and retrenchment.
Resolved, That we pledge ourselves
that ?ve will not attempt to follow af
ter the worldly fashions of the pres
ent dav, believing that WE have the
right to introduce, or establish a lash
ion for ourselves.
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Traveler? aatwliialwavs rarrv a bottle of Rad
way's Keudr Irliel' ?.il.them. A few drop?tn
waterwillureveutiUckii'.?., ur piins from change of
water. I ti* better baa Fi eu. h itiaudyor Hilters aaa
Itimclant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AMTE curad for Bftj cents. There'll
not a remedial adenia thia world that will cure Fever
and Ague, and nllolher Malarious, HIIOIM, Scarlet,
Typhoid. Yellow, iel other Fever? [ulded by lt AD
WAY'S PILLS I KO ouplc as RADWA Y'S READY BK
UKF. Fifty cenup? boule.
HEALTH] BEAUTY!!
8TBONO AND PURt RICH BLOOD-INCREASE
OP FLESH AND VEIOIIT-CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAU'. VLCOJl'LEXIONsiECUREDTOALL.
DR. R&DWAY'S
j
THE CREATBLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADEJ??M4*A^"1:^;*;H1SG CUR KS : SO
QUICK. SO RAJtD AUK THE CHANGES. THE
. BODY UNDERLIES.UNDKRTHKINFLUENCE
OF THIS TR IL Y WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
THAT
Every Dayan Increase in Flesh
aiilfeii is Seen aai felt
Every drop of tb EARS iPARTLT.IAN RESOL
VENT cnuiiininicaikUiruiighthe Blood, Sweat, Crine,
and other Fluids aa juices of the s.viiem thc vlgoroi
Hf -, fnrltrepatrsthcwasicsof thc hot'.y withnewand
aouud material, lcrufula, Syphilis Cuii-nmpilon,
tilanduUr dlsc.ne. jjlmrs In tho throat. .Mouth, Tu
mors. Nodes Inlhe (|aadK and other par Ls ot the ?\ stem.
Sore Eye-?, Stru murdin! lachar:: ca tran tb? Ear?, and
the wornt torin i ofbain disease?. Kniptlana, Fever
Sores, Seal.I H.-i..1, flu? Wm ai..??li Rheutu.Eryii!pelas,
Acne, IllackSp.ita, Yormain thc Kle.h, Tumors. Can
c?rala the Wuinh, ?ad al} wrakeatM and paluful dis
charge?, NhjhtSwca?, lau.? oispci io nudall wa.teaoX
th* hfi principle, uv* \. .thia Ute curative rangeof this
woailerol Mo lern Chuiiislry. mida few doy?? O MI will
provetoany perann V-lii? ItVore ih'T ol thee fonnsof
ah-'e.seitapount puter mearotheta.
If th- patient, dall) hen-nut.e .'iduccd l>Ythflwa?t?a
anddacouiptwltiou tttlti c<*tinnally pro^i-e^ia^, tuc
coeds In arr>t.tln ethla.- wa?les. and rvpMin the ?ame
with nuwujt:r.rlali?i.l-.! fr,nu health? Mood-and thia
the<AKdATAltll.ll.'.N \>>lland dnea^acawt- acure
hesnalB; Pt aaes?ne? ib?,reni-dy rouiincnces Ua
wo- kut purltleatlun.Una Miceec.l- In diaiinUbhig the
lof.ef waatc?, lt? rcf?;r'w illhe rapid, and everyday
th?!iHi>u:it alllfielfawi iiirj_mirliir l-etierimdru-nneer.
UM l'o.d li-.-.Ii..? liH?cr appclite improving, and'.leah
ai: J wei -ht lucre o-'it.
Kot ?Uly .!.?.* UM tr
allis ?an rionadial i
fuiuus. (iin-titiii?..?..i
only pu.itlve cure (ul
i.-i.\r>i:iii.i.iv Rrj>ni.ntaT excel?
..nuin thu conioi i hriiuicScro
juid siia discaics ; hutitUlhe
Kidney & BUiddcr Comjylaints,
Urinary an t Womb its?"? ?I lt. fir I iel. Ilialnt?e*. Dropiiv,
Sioppace of Water, IfeailmWinirf VrlH; linchl'? Du
(rise, Alhiiuiiu-aria, iud in ail Case, wncrr lhere aro
teta-dflst opposite, tribe ira ?er I thh-k, i-heidy, mixed
willi auiixiaiieea like ih: whlieol'un CCL*. or threads like
WhWe'slBC; .n th. ru Isa ino: ii !. dark, bilious appear
ance, and whlto hiMWii Inst dill?" Hit and when lhere ls
apncktui;. hui nituj-aj&aiii.n when passtog water, and
pain In the Ismail of tte ii?ek ?nd along tho Loins.
Tumor of 12 years' ?rotvth
Cured by it&dway's Resolvent*
DR. RADW?Y'S
Perfect Purgatire i ?sf?tinj?ills,
perfectly t-tstelc??, elfcantlv coatdl willi sweet ?tun,
purge, recuhie.piirirfeleaaseand stmcthan. ltsd
way'a Pill?. f"r the cu* of all dinar d.-rs st the Stomach,
Usar, Howell, Kldnehj, Bladder, Nervous Dlneaseit,
He ?cbe. Ciinsupatloj Coxtlvena.-s. Indigestion, Dys
gBL?ta, Blllouanesj, BlhaisFever, Inllammstion ofthe
owels, Pile?, and all Derangement* of tho Internal
t liccra. Warranted tt> effect a pixitivc cure. Puralr
Vegetable, containing lo mercury, minerals ordeletelrl
oas dru;-*. /
Afuwdosicsof R?nW'AVSPn.T.''will freethesys
tem from all tho abot .?B?meddisoniei s. Price, 25 "enta
per Box. SOLD BYJDK UGO ISTS,
READ "FALSE IND TRUE." Send one letter
stamp tn RADWAY fco.. No. SS Warren St.. New
V ork. Information w^rth thousands will be sent yon.
Nov, 20,,
ly
AUGrtTSTA HOTEL,
Po
PATRICK; MA V, Proprietor.
T.. T~? , -;-HT
TITS'p?pnlhi?jrThtol has recently hoon
put in completo [order,, and thoroughly
r?-rurittah&i, at|d cur friends and tho
travailing' pnUife .M ill now lind hero a
hearty welootnoi willi Hrat-tdass accom
modations, and jil reasonable rates.
Augusta, Oct.^, ly 44
Money Eii(iui,rli Wanted to
Pay My Debts.
ALL Persons indebted to me for Prac
tice and Store Account will please
call at my Store nml settle the samo, as
I am eonipollfld to pay my debts.
Oootla will bo suhl only for Cash from
thin dato.
T. j. TEAGUE, M. D.
Johnston's, Nov 10 2nv 47
ADAMS,
-Attorneys tat J Law^
FOR the next Ninety,Days will -uros
ecote beforo tim f|pve|al /^?partii&iifa
Claim* agalr&nii? {jnifrd states of tho
following dascription :
1st. Pensions and Bounty Land Claims
2d. Claims for horses, mules and-other
property taken or tamMied the United
states during or.sir.ee thc war.
M. Claims for private ditton taken
sinco the 30th Jun?/ isfl-V- ' 1 ' i
^llcontiunetoipraeticq iu thepoun
ty.andStiat? Courts.
-i^HaWno-f-;t;U-|> oj ..?!.,
1? Offlc?,wTiaiv Bango.
"
RIAD? RIAD! READ!
GREAT DISCQVEBY 1
BRADLEY S PATENT ENAMEL PAINT !
MADE FROM
Pnre White Lead, Linseed Oil & Zinc, Chemically Combined.
WILL LAST THREE :TIMES AS LONG AS THE BEST LEAD
AND'OIL MIXED .IN THE ORDINARY WAY.
Always Ready for Use. Sold by the Gallon.
ONE KALLON COVERS TWENTY SQUARE YARDS TWO COATS.
Wo especially rall nttontion to tho following testimonials of thu Paint :
TnE PLAINS, FAI'QUJKR CO., VA., Fob. fitb, 1S73.
Mr. C. P. Knight-Sir: Tho Paint carno safely to hand as ordered-two kegs, five gal
lons each, and three bnokets, ono gallon each. As pTactico was alack,. I did the job myself.
Two weeks, (not constant work;) completed the house two coats. Thc lust coat I applied thick,
and it i* mn? (renorally conceded that for ot'am el like hardness, and body, and harmony of
colors. Hiere is not a handsomer job in ibo p'.ucf.' I rared sixty-five dollars by the operation,
which ?sun Uftn, just now with, Southern popio. It should be generallyadopted in this State.
Any country lad can "PP.Jj it. I have ne'rer. dabbled ip ?uch ?lock as Testimonials, but I feel
so forcibly the'gr??t adaptability of your "Eiiamoi Paint" to the wants of our people, inez-,
eollcncy of material, in beauty of color, and it; ?fact of its being "roady mixed" that T give
yod free permission, (If it is desirable toyoo,) to malte what use you think propor of ?his letter.
Very respectfully, S. McQILL, M. D. ,
, FROM. HON. JOHN WETIIERED.
Mr. d P. Knight:-At tho recommendation of a friend, I was induced to npply your
patent, '. Bradley'*" ps int tn my house. I.hnvo pleasure in staling that it has proved highly
satisfactory, covering more jurfnee thon you promised, is more economical, carries Lotter gloss
than ordinary paint, and is freer from disagrteable odor. Yours respectfully,
,, , <( JOHN WETIIERED.
BALTIMORE, Dec. 2"ih, 1871.
C. P. Knight, Esq., Agent Bradley''sPutcnl Enamel Paint-Dear Sir:-Tho paint
we purchased from you wo Willcheerfully endorse as the best of any kind we have ever used,
its oovering qualities is overythinjr desired, drying promptly and with ahard gloss, which must,
we think, resist the ncMon of-all kind* of weather. This i.i our experience and wc can recom
mend it with ctrtainty, and intend to use it on all occasions where wc desire a good job of work.
M?M???'?) J? . b EMM A RT ,t QUARTLEY, 276 W. Baltimore St
PL?A?ANTy?I.LB, HARFORD Co., Mn , Feb. 2fith, 1873.
Mr. C. P. Knight-Dear Sir : I nnwc'ry nappy to'inform you that your Patent Enamel
Paint hus given entire satisfaction. I prefer it lo any Paint I hare ever?een used, and recom
mend it for durability and beauty, paramount to anv other. Very respectfully*
R. DICKEY, M. D.
BALTIMORE, December 10th, 1972.
Mr. C. P. Knight-Dear Sir: It uiTord- inc much pleasure to say to you that the Brad
ley Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in'econnmy ard beauty, and I have every
reason to believe in durability. More than twelve months sir.ee T ?aimed the roof of my
Hotel (Mansion House) with tho Bradley Patent Enamel P..i? f, and I was so woll pleased with
it, I determined to paint tho outside of the Hotel, and am ut*! hup) y to say itgives me perfect
satisfaction. Io conclusion I will say, if this testimonial will be of any advantage to you, you
uro at liberty tu usu it Yours, most respectfully, ISAAC ALBERTSON.
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. F..\V.to und St Paul Streets, Baltimore.
BEL AIR, Mn., March 4th, 1873.
Mr. C. P. Knight-Dear Sir : I have been using, since last spring, Bradley's Patent
Enamel Paint anuum happy to say/that it ?ivcs entiro satisfaction wherever I have used it,
and to parties to -whom *Minvo furnished it for other painters to uso. Mr. John J. Street, who
lives near Clermont Mills, to whom I furrisiicd tho Bradley Pnint last fall, is much pleased
with it, ?nd Rives permission to une his narnu in recommending so good a paint. S. H. Mon
tague, painter, agrees with me as to tho durability of ycur most excellent pnint I hope par
ties who have pal nt lug to do will look lp their advantage, and apply Bradley's Patent Enamel
Paint, which is ibo most durable paint now in uso. it holds its gloss longer than any other
paint that I h.ivo ever used. Yours, truly,
E. C. QARRETTSON, House and Sign Painter.
MARYLAND LINE, BALTIMORE Co., MD., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. Knight, Esq.-Ajrent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, Baltimore-Dear Sir:
Thc paint which I'pinchased from you hos given entire satisfaction, so much so that all my
neighbors intend lo folluw my example, and have their houses painted. It is not only durable
II vi] cheap, bnt it looks better after it is put on than any paint I ever saw. The painter I have
employed is delighted with ii. He says that bc ca? paint twice as fast, and at the same time
do a better joli, with thc Enamel Paint then any other paint he ever nsed. I can therefore
without hesitation recomiu'ltd it to the public as one of the very best articles nf faint ever
introduced. Yours, very truly, JAMES HALL.
PRIXCB GEORGE COUNTY, October 24th, 1872.
Mr. C. P. Knight-Dear Sir : Having given your paint a test of six months, I tako
pkoisnre in vuyu.'g that it comes up to your representation, und I think looks aa well now as
when first applied, lt maintains its gloss and color perfectly, and I think will outlast any other
paint I have ever seen. . Very respectfully,. MURRAY ADDISON.
CHAUDKRSRURO, Deoember 10th, 1872.
Mr. C. P. Knight.-Dear Sir: Tho paiut* wo received from you have been applied to
several of our own buildings and lo those of our friends, and have given entire satirfuction in
covering qualities, in gloss, and in adaptability to ali kinds of sut face of material, and we
chccrfnlly recommend it, especially to that class of consumers who have to dopend upon un
known parties, cr painters, lo mix ?nd furnish materials, wherein we have found the most de
ception. Yours, truly, JACOB STOUFFER ? SON.
BALTIMORE, September 30th, 1872.
C. P. Knight, Esq.-Dear Sir : I bnvo ba l tho Bradlo\'s Patent Enamel Paint, which I
purchased from you, used inside anil outside, both at my dwelling and .-tore for two seasons.
It gives mc groat ulcarure to be ah I. to say >hat it comes ful'y up lo your recommendations in
fiC?ity of use, economy, durability and beauty. Yours, truly,
THO*S. J. IRVING, ICS West Baltimore Street
BALTIMORE, September 15th, 1872.
Mr. C. P. Knight-Dear Sir : I used '.bc lindley Paint on our dwelling, iu Howard
noun y, in Ouloher lust, ami the color is as froud, nod thc surface ns gln.s?y now, as it was when
first put on. If I ct e.r have kn paint a butiso again, I shall certainly use it.
Yours truly, ., . DANIEL M. WORTHINGTON,
Secretary Ballimore Brunch Security Lifo ?nsurunco Co., 35 P. 0. Avenue.
CRESWELL P. 0.. Feb. 6th, 1873.
C. P. Knight, Esq.-Dear Sir : I Uicd Bradley's Patent Knainel Paint on my dwelling
last Spriug. and um much pleased willi it une' it looks well now as when first painted, ami
confider lt a good Paint. * Yours, truly, A. ll. STRASBAUGH.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
03 W. Lombard St., Baltimore.
??r Specimen and Price List furnished gralis.'rSr!%, Oct. 1, ??tn 41
JAMES A. GRAY & CO.
Desire to inform the Citizens of Edgcfield and vicinity that
tliey have now on hand.one of the Largest and Best Assorted
Stocks of
DRY GOODS
Ever Brought to Augusta,
. Purchased in
1EW?MMI? THE ftp AT PARIS PHIS,
Which l h ey. will dispose of at
CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES.
Among their Stock will be found all the Latest Novelties in
Dress Goods, Serges, Camel Jlair Cloths, Cashmeres, Empress
Cloths, Alpacas aim iferinoes.
World Exhibition-Vienna, 1873.
The Council of Presidents of thc INTERNATIONAL JURY has bes
towed the Grand Diploma O?' Honor, thc highest mark of dis
tinction upon Aug. Seydoux. Sieber & Co., successors to Penturle Lupin,
manufacturers of MOURNING FABRICS. A full libe bf all qualities now
in Stock, at the lowest prices. BOMBAZINES, HENRIETTA CLOTHS,
CASHMERES, 5-4 MOUSSKLAINES, REPS' or OROS DE LONDRES,
MERINOS, TAMISE CLOTHS and AUSTRALIAN CREPES.
We keep the best Black Alpacas, and purest, Black Mohairs imported, un
surpassed for Color, Width and Texture, from 25 cts. to $1,30 per yard.
Turkish Brilliantines, a handsome and durable Black Dress Goode, in five
different numbers. Parties tfesiring to purchase BLACK GOODS will
save money and secure the choicest fabrics by giving us a call.
-(y
Bargains in Blankets, Shawls, Flannels, Kentucky Jeans, &e
Goods sold to Merchants at New York prices.
JAS. A. GRAY & CO.,
194 and 196 Broad Street.
Augusta, Nov 5 eow tf 4C
(PO RM ERL Y WHITMAN ? BENSON.)
Merchant Tailor,
ll
AS moved to Si* JacfcfrOI. ttllV'H, G. W. Shackelford's old'Stand,
where he han received his
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
OF all the LATEST STYLES and PATTERNS, of' all Shades and Col
ors, which he will MAKE UP in the most Fashionable 'styles, and.in the
best manner, by first class workmen.
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, and at prices the most reasona
ble in Augusta.
Come and examine my noods, and see for yourself.
JOHN WHITMAN,
MERCHANT. TAILOR,
25 Jackson Street, Augusta Ga.
Oct. 1, 3ra 41
H. S. JOKMN'S
CLOTHING AND HAT HOUSE,
238 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
Is again filled to its utmost- capacity with the LATEST STYLES and
FABRICS,.from a Jeans Suit tu the finest Cloths and Diagonals, of the
very bestmaterinlj.md worknunship, which cannot be surpassed. A splen
did Stock of '
joSoWi^MS&S' of the Best Quality.
. ?'etl^rr?5-rtig?rii^4?e. way of Mens', Youths', or Boys"cfoth-;
' ?propiammm&e hiJM "h?&r gu?i? 8ftti8?
"iTTfl'. ' , .-V . .r ? I ' J i.??*Mnw. * fww.w? . . u
QtQcy.i ujii* ....ii.v'j-- 'Jiuiaio pUfjjr.i i
YH?^HO??^?S.LH. JORD?l? is now .mtlijne, ,*n?aW? t?uh^uffli
Augusta, 0?., Oct f, x Sm '41 1
AUGUST
Desires, to announce to the r.
returned from New York, and
surpassed
Fall SD Wii
Bought during the late Gold ai
Advantageous Prices.
Amongst other Novelties in.
will be found
SK HOE
DUCHESS
In all the Latest Styles and
A.nxl Re?
Ottaman Velour SHAWLS j
prices. And English Walking
the latest modes.
In FANCY GOODS, I have ;
and in NOTIONS, a Mammoth
ty Country Store Keepers
them good, and that will Sell ?
So don't fail to examine.
fy An Immense Stock of I
Factory Prices.
JAMES
Third Ho
Sept. 24, 3
Pure Rye 1,0
WHOLESALE
RECTIFIERS AN]
282 Broad St.
Sept 24
iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG,
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
thc character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in thc blood, and
cures "a thousand ills," simply
by Toning up,Invigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of thc body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills ' and Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Yigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a loto
state of thc system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, ita
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strengt Ji, vigor, and nexo
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. .
Thousands have been changed
by the usc of this remedy, from
weah, sicMy, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; awl
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
Sec tliat each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blotvnin the glass*
.Pamphlets Free.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 Slilton Place, Boston.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS OE NE II ALLY,
Sept. 24, eowly 40
Capsicum Plaster.
THIS New and Popular Plaster is
pronounced Latter than Mustard
does not blister, und Physicians recog
nize its merits ?nd prescribe it in their
practice.
Its application relieves Chronic Rheu
matism, Nonraluia, Spinal .Irritation,
Stift' Neck, Sore Throati Headache, &c.
For sale by
G. L. PENN A SON.
Aus 13 tf 84
Notice to Cotton Planters.
WE wish to call attention to the fact
that we are paving tho highest market
price lor COTTON.
Our patrons can send us their cotton,
and wo will cithnr sell it at once, or hold
till tile 1st of November next, as re
quested.
Our stock of GROCERIES is complete.
Give us a call.
HOLLAND & MOBLEY.
Johnston's Depot, S. C., Oct. 8, tf 42
Cooking ami Heating
Stores at Retail. Pictures
of catii. With full de sers
ti on s, as well as prices and
for X?opk
Pi??*cs,;; Willi bc promptly;
sent bil application."
WILLUM S HEPHERD & CO.,
'^w* ?'- Chartern; S. ft : '
'A, GA.,
>eople of Edgefield that he bas
is now in possession of ah un
at et
5
id Bankrupt Panic/ at Greatly
the Dress Goods Department
j [O *..... >.;?..-. ;\, -JJ-? \f vi
?"ll
J
?I i'Jli:
.<?!. . .. -1 tr.. it{ fititf\
Colorings for Ladies' Suits.
dingotes.
B,nd SCARES at fabulously low
CLOAKS and JACKETS of
.?.Y.i>H>.? ril?
... . ? '
everything New and Desirable,
Stock toi-select from.
will And more things "to do
'ast, than can be* had elsewhere.
DOMESTICS always on hand at
W. TURLEY,
use Above Globe Hotel,
AUGUSTA, GA. .
rn- 40
ora Whiskies.
AND RETAIL.
*.. ti *"* Sm ?? UT Jj
.Ji-lj.v.lii'i :
'? t^ihirS : .?;
?il ? ?ftB Kui
. i .ii ...?...Y.t-j .. -.v.v
?bit** . $
) REDISTILLERS,
. Augusta j f?a.
S. COHEN,
176 Broad Street,
Augusta, (?a.,
BEGS leave to inform,
tho people of Edge
liekl that he is receiving
a large assortment of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
GUNS, PISTOLS,
MU&.CAL INSTRUMENTS,"
CUTLERY, NOTIONS,
FANCY GOODS, ?tc.
??r-Watches, Clocks and Jewelry re
paired at short notice, and warranted.
Also
On hand an Extensivo Asuortment of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, ?fcc.
All of which he will sell lower than any
other House throughout the Southern
States. Give bim a call and convince
yourself.
No trouble to show Goods.
Remember the place-17? Broad Street
Aag'27 . . ? wly38
INSURE AGAINST TIR? 1
DELA YS AR? DANGEROUS/
Ii ,'\
Incorporated, 1859.
Capital and Assctts, Over $000,000?
Til E Georgia Home Insurance Com
pany insures property against loss by
fire at the National and State Board rates.
The "Georgia Homo" is a good a?fl re
liable Company- -pays aU losses prompt
ly-and is worthy of the confidence and
patronage of tho people of Edgefield.
Call on the undersigned and secure a
Policy on your Dwelling, Furniture, and
Merchandize. Insure at once !
D. K. DUKlSOE, Agent.
Mr. J. fl. HTJIET, at Batosville, and
Mr. SAM. C. CARTLEDGE, at Ridge
Spring, or Mr. ELIJAH KEESE, will
furnish Applications and give aU neces
sary information to parties wishta* to
insure in tho "Georgia Home." Call on
them. .
Sept. 24, 3m 40
Five Cases full vard Wide Bleached
SHIRTING, aU2*.cts. ,
Five Cases full yard wide Bleached
SHITING, at 10 cts.: per yard.'
J. W. TURLEY.
{
Ti
GRIFFIN & BUTLER.
HE Undersigned havo formed a j
Co-Partnerehip in the Practice of Law
in Edgofield County;
S. B. GRIFF!
\ M. O. BUT]
Feb 10 tf "'8
O
\. F.-BURNA AM'S
NEW TURBINE
??B8 boon tested ti YOLK, PA., by
D. M. RTTIXGKR, O. K.,
andat HOLYOKE, MASS., by
.TA?. KMER.S0N. H. K.
tgr For Pamphlet and Test Beiport,
addre? N. F. BURNHAM. York, ra.
Poas's Camphor lea.
AN Elegant Preparation for Chapped
Hands, Face? Lips. tfce. Prepared and
sold by
,. G,-:L.?EN7??*^,,Dru^sts.
W. H. SKAFF?f?,
Mituv ?>*>??'' jD?rlti?ty-.-.' ' -. ?
>.>"?...' . B'ib? t;S.??.-|}*.
'jO?oei at lum*1?^grkfr<M?f.
Aug 13 tr m

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