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A SENSIBLE SERENADE,.
BT (JKOTtOK ARNOLD. 7 I sing beneath, your lattice,- Love, - A song of great rogard for you, The moon is getting rather hi??h My -voice is, too. The lakelet in deep shadow lies, - Where frogs make much hullabak I think they sing a trifle hoarse, And, Love, me loo. The blossoms.on the pumpkin vine Are weeping diamond tears of dew 'Hs wann; ihe flowers aro wilting 1 My linen, too. AU motionless tho cedars stand, With silent moonbeams slantii through, Tho-vaiy air is drowsy. Love, . - And I am, tco. ?, eould ? soar on loving wings, And at your window gently woo ! Bat then your lattice you would bolt So I'll bolt, too. And now I've done my serenade. Farewell ! my best regards to you : Fll close with one (French) word for And that is tout. TRYING. Life, a?eraU, is a kindly affair ; Why is it stupid and not worth living? Sj-iving end getting wonifc^tewte-a? cerf Try giving. S : iwling and growling will make a n old; --Money and fame at the best are (miling; Don't be suspicious and selfish and col Try smiling. il ippiness stands like-a maid at y< gate; Why should you think you will fi her by roving? Ji?ver was greater mistake than to hat Try loving. ereefc M eel s fir nb. A Uo?k Agcn? Tackies a Hoardtn House Keeper. ? ? Yesterday morning a man with t aspect of a* book agent walked swi ly ap Magozine street uotil be ca: ?oposite a house where a red-head w man with a long nose and I ale?ves rolled up was washing t windows. '. Is this a boarding house, madam he said, gently, as he lea .ed bis j - b- -.vs on the fence and looked over t .e yard.' ""?"Yes, sir," replied the woman. "Can I obtain desirable board he at a reasonable rate ?" .' Yes, sir ; there is no better hon in i he city ? ' " Can I see the landlady ?" 1 am the lady, sir." " Ah 1 indeed. I have oiten beai of the beauly and industry of tl women of New Orleans, but now have an ocular demonstration of tl ~Tact." *' Do you wish to secure boar here?" inquired the woraar, blushiti ?nd looking pleased, " Weil, I reckon I do. Eave ye ^w>ii|any old maids in the house who wei gimlet curls and have pet parrots th? talk all night and worry the life ot of people? Are there any babi< hero who are always having the coli and howling enough to make a ma cra/.y? Madam, I aji v?ry partict lar wh*-re I board, as the last place 8topped at my room was situated b< tween that of a young woman wh had a pair of twin babies and a mu sician ?ho played on the flute an wliked with a crutch, and when th baV'ee became quiet on one side th i sf? j ral cuss on the other would eithe tie thumping over the floor or play ing on the Ilute, until at last I eoul stand it no longer. Are any of thes boarding-house pests stopping wit! yon?" "No, sir; none but quiet singl r^*n boord here." "Ah, that is surely afine recom mendation, but do you set a fine te "ble?" " Yes, of course I do," replied th worn tn, getting angiy, " what else di you want to know?" " What prompted me to ask you tin <pestion was the fact that every board ing-house falls into the error of giv ing its boarders tough liver for break fast, which is something I detest When a man gets up in the morning ne doesn't feel like trying to eat i ?pring mattress, consequently I mad? it a-point to hunt up a house where the boarders are not so cursed. A mar caa stand cod. fish balls very well Vip Luman nature, madam, is far froT . being equal to tough liver three time* 3 d?y. If you recollect, I said be fore, I ara very particular where I board. Madam, are yon a married kroman?'* V. Yes, I am, and I'm tired of an swering your questions. If you don't want board here just go away," and the excited landlady slushed the soap Bud^ over the window panes, and made her brush fly like a gin saw. The man etill leaned on the fence and gazed at her steadily. .". Madam, I see you have a temper," he remarked, when she turned around to *ee if he had gone; "and a tem per, when it is not controlled, often creates ? great deal of misery and no end of divorce suits. I've no doubt that, when irritated by household du ties and cares, that you often give your husband a sound rebuking, and if.be'is a prematurely bald-headed man, its your own fault ; yet you are tiot to blame for that which nature oadowed you with. But this trouble can be obviated. I have here, mad. am," and he dived into a square ?naped box, " a valuable work enti tled, "Home Made Happy; or, The Domestic Guide." This excellent vol ume I will pell you for the sum of fif ty cents. As I prev -usly remarked, you cannot be blamed for your tem-1 per. . itvery red-headed woman wifh j ? long nose and a brown wart under lier left eye, has a sour temper, but if you wir only follow the suggestions laid dowB in the book, you: home will "be a paradise, and--" "If you don't leave heie, you i pndear, priory, call the polio3, want you TO " Bear in mind, mudara, that matter how ugly you are, a, good v positicn makes any woman angel and-" "Ain't you going to leave; you d picable villain, you bandy-legged " Although you are shaped like lop-sided triangle and have freck on yonr face as large a.? a ginger en The next instanta shriek washeaj and the book agent was stretched ? on the pavement with a bucket soapsuds on the top of him and small dog snapping at his heels. ?NeiQ Orham 'limes. Three South Carolina Negroes B siege Garfield. On Friday the 14th, a colored (iel gation visited Mentor, in OJiio, t borne of "Garfield, and waited up< him at his house. Thc delegation w composed of R. B. Elliott, Sa mu Lee and D. A. Straker, of South Ca olina, Hcury E. Curry, of Texas, Ji B. Devereux, of Georgia, &ud Gcor? W. Prince, Jr., Geo. L. Mabson, J? W:. Hood, John A. Leahy, J. W. Ha ris and Stewart Ellison, of N. C. On being received by Gen.Garfiel It. B. Elliott, the spokesman, addres ed the President elect, and after coi granulating bim on his election, saie We have come to preeent you a bri statement of onr rcondition in tl South, but not in the spirit of diet rion, but in the belief that a fair re rese'ntation of our cause "can best 1 made by those cf us who are compel ed to endure grievous wrongs f opinion's sake. Although clothe with the rights of citizenship by tl provisions of the Constitution of tl United Stales, and recognized aseu< by legislative enactment and judi?i decisions, yet still in all the Southei States we.are citizens in name ar not in fact. Our right to participa in elejtior.s for the choice of pnbl officers is not only questioned, but i many localities absolutely denied i by means of armed violence, frat and intimidation in many of the Sont! ern States. Sir, the-rights of majorities are i lega'ly and wantonly subverted \ the imperious will of u?ecriip?lot minorities for no" other reason tha this, that these majorities consist ( mer. who, free and enfranchised b the laws of the land, prefer to ri main loyal to the country of whic they are citizens, and steadfast in th support of that political party whic saved the life of the nation, and t the charge of which can most safel bo entrusted the duty of pr?servinj the results accomplished by the lat war. The methods resorted to b; our political opponents in the Soutl to deprive tis of rightful paitic'pa tion in public affairs have been si often stated to the public, and are s wsll known to you, that it is unnec essary that we should enter upon detailed statement on this occasion Suffice it to say that hy the infamou use of fraudulent tissue ballots, b; liberal falsification of registry book and election returns, by forcible eject ment from (he polls of negro voter by aimed mobs, by murder and ; general system of terrorism, and b; the refusal in many instances to boh elections at precincts where the ma jori ty of voters are Republic-ins, thi elections have been rendered a men farce, State governments have beer made to derive their powers not fron the consent of the governed, but non the arbitrary will of domineering mi norities. We are powerless, sir, t< redress our wrongs through the ma chinery of the State com ts, fer to al iitent3 and purposes they are organ ized against ns, the jory oftentimes bei nig composed not only of those whe sympathize with breakers of the law bot'freqner.tly consisting in part ol actual participants in wrong doing. The address then goes on to say tfiat even in the Federal courts the colored people cannot obtain redrew of wrongs done them for the reason that those who are responsible for these wrongs sit in tho jury box tc pass judgment on them. That this condition of affairs has created a feel ing of unrest among the colored peo pie of the South, and has led many ot them to seek relief in strange and uncongenial pa-ts of the country. The ad tress then sets forth the in adequacy of educational facilities in the South, and urges the importance of creating a na+'onal system of edu cation under the control of the Fed eral Government. The address then continues: "\Ve deem it our duty in the interest ot those whom we have the honor to represent, as well as in the interest of the Republican party at large, to call attention to the char acter of Federal appointments in the South in the past, and respectfully urge that tho system of placing in public positions men not only in want of sympathy with the principles of the Republican party, but who use those positions to obstruct and binder the enforcement of the laws parsed for the protection of the rights of American citizens, be abandoued, and that men who, though calling them selves Republicans, sre of no fixed or well-defined political se-'iinents; men who are all things to all men and nothing to any, and who are totally without a following and represent no body but themselves, be no longer set over us as representatives of the Federal Government. Such appoint ments, sir. instead of strengthening the Republican party, have bee;; a positive source of weakness." The address closes with the expves pion of the hope and belief that.the rights and interests of the colored people will not be forgotten by the President elect in the hour of his tri umph. Now ia the time to pay for your AlfVEBTrSER. Costly Guernseys. Pjfij.Aj'F.Li'iuA, Dec. 10.-The fifty mi kl-eyed Channel Island cattle which foi a week past chewed their cuds with bovine complacency in the sta bles of Herkuess & Co., and submit ted meekly to innumerable indigni ties from the hands of fanciers, were sold at auction yesterday. The fancy prices many of the herd-book Guern seys brought astonished every one. Heretofore gentlemen farmers and wealthy breeders in this section fan cied Jois^ys most, but it was demon strated yesterday that the numerous good traits of the Guernseys are be ginning to be appreciated. The forty nine animals sold yesterday realized the very handsome sum of $20|?45. oran average of $411 each, which will by most breeders be considered an extraordinary average, as the ma jority of the animals were calves and heifers Samuel .0. Kent, a promi nent Chester county stock-raiaer, se lected the cattle from the mo.-t cele brated herds in the Channel Islands, and they reached Philadelphia by the steamship Sicily during the latterpart of last- summer. . As the greater part of the herd were either prize winners or the descendants of prize animale the arrival of such a noted lot in America excited a grea*t~~deal of at tention. Several bundi ed persons attended the sale yesterday, and there was a fair sprinkling of ladies present. The greater part of the cattle sold went to New York, Massachusetts, Con uecticut and New Jersey, but several good specimens were purchased by Pennsylvanians, ; nd three or four fine heifers will go to Maryland. Ko Western stock men were present as buyers, the merits ol' Guernseys and Jerseys not being apparent to the ad mirers of short horns. The first ani mal was started at $-100, and by bids of fifty dol?ais each, $050 was soon reache \ and "Lady Jane'' wasknock ed down to K. Stuyvesant, of New York. A baby calf or.e month old brought$250, but "Elegante," absau tiful five year old herd-book G nerti I sey cow, which has taken several pri zes, brought the largest price of the day, she being knocked down for $875 to C. W. Ledyard, who purchased her for Fernwood Farm, at Cazauoyia, New York. The cows and heifers were most fancied, b-.t the erl ves all brought good prices, and the crowd did not decrrase unfit the last animal was sold. The principal. buyers wei e as follows, and attached to each gentle man's name will be found the total amount he invested; R. Stuyvesant, New York, $1,920; M. Schell, Penn sylvania; $1,C"5; F. Shaw, Boston, $2,505; and G. S. Watts, of Balti more, $1,365. A number of other gentlemen made purchases, the totals of which range from $000 lo ??1,100. How The} lieiped to Head thc low. Ib-is often charged that people liv ing in cities are calloused and hard hearted, bli incidents transpire al most daily to prove that the contrary is true. A case in point happened yesterday morning on Gratiot ave nue. An old man was leading a large, fat cow into the city. Tba noise and confusion excited her, and when he reached Hastings street he had more than he couhl do. Twenty boys at once volunteered torssisthim without hope of reward, and they cheerfully cilied to their assistance about half as many dogs. Tbe cow had made up her mind hot to stir a foot, but in less than ten minutes the boys had run her against a street car, cleared half a block of sidewalk, driven her in and out -a hardware store, pulled a hitching post out by the roots, and quieted her down in several other respects Then a po liceman ? ppearcd and wanted to know why that cow didn't move on, and while the crowd was taking a breath ing spell he volunteered to lead hera few squares. No man ever had a jmrer motive, and no man ever put in five such jumps to get into a gre* eery before two horns got into him. At *his junction a citizen carne along in an open buagy. If he had been calloused and hard-hearted, he would have trotted past without a care. But he was not. He kindly dr-red to hitch the cow to his buggy and tow her anywhere within the city limits, and after a great (teal of trouble she was made fast. When the horse Start ed Alp it was a question of hor^e vs. ? cow, but the cow concluded to go. She, however, differed as to :he di rection, and when the rope tightened the buggy was slewed around, the hind wheels came down with a crash, and the horse disappeared around the corner with the foie wheels and the box. The ccw then made off toward home at a gallop, and her daz*d own er was offered advice as to how to catch her by a crowd of more than two hundred men. Does this look as if we passed sorrow and misfortune without a sigh ?-Free Press. The Census bureau in Washington furnishes the following statement of the population of towns and cities in the Southern States having more than 10,000 and less than 30,000 inhabit ants: Augusta, G?., 23,023: Galves ton, Texas, 21,258; Norfolk, Va., 21, 060; Petersburg, Va., 21,65c.; San Antonio, Tex., 2 >,5oI; Houston, Tex., 16,616; Wilmington, N. C., 17,361; Montgomery, Ala., 16,714; Lynch burg, Va , 15 050; Chattanooga, Tenn , 12,802; Macon, Ga., 12,748; Vicks burg, Miss , 11.S14 ; Portsmouth, Va., 11,388; Shreveport. La., 11,017: Aus tin, Texas, 10,960; Dalian, Texas, 10, 358: Columbia, S. C., 10,040. The following etatisticsof the Meth odist church in South Carolina will be interesting to the public: Number of members, 4G.255 Local preachers, 130 Number infants baptized, 1,842 Number Sundav-scnools, 541 Number of lechers, 3 286 Number of scholars, 23,775 \ ?i'oad SI ?V(.,y ?W'" tiveninyNews O?ee, AUGUSTA, O-A. ?:o: Casfi Capital, All Faid lip. Ofl?'Himdreti Thousand Dollars. -:o:-! The Only Savings Bank in Mic City willi any ?'aid up Capital. Transacts a General Banking Business ?vnd Allow* Inter esl ?n Deposite in the Savings Department. DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND UPWARDS RECEIVED. Small beginnings make large endings Begin by Saving pmall. sums of money and putting them into the Savings Bank, and leaving them there to accumulate and draw interest. DiiiECTORS: T. W. OOSKERV, /i. MCCOKD, D. li. WRIGHT, JAS. L. Gow, J. A. A. W. CLALK, WM. GIBSON* J. H. ALEXANDER, GUST. VOLGER, H. B. KINO, TI??S. IV. COSKERY, Pr;si<Ica?. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 3, 1880. Ti NEWBERRY, Cashier. 3m38 g. B. -WRIGHT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 834 Broad St., Augusta, Ga. AC3-S3D WHISKEYS J? SPECIALTY, Oct. G, 1880.- Gm44 w?a a ;a fa S ? MANUFACTURER nacl DEALER I FURNITURE -AND jr, AV A LL JT* hit A NC/th'-S. 517, 518 and .rj.>! Broad Street, Augusta, (la. Sunday and Night calls over tito .Store. \Vi!l attend to al! the details ol' Fu nerals, furnishing Hearses, Carriages, jjfeo. [S?pt 1, 1880-f?m???. W. L. IjRAI.iCR IS GROCERIES, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. ,. -AND- ... G-ENEHAL MEROHAND?SR HAMBURG, S- C., Mew Goods arming dafly. Thc Highest Piles paid for Cotton and ill kinds o? ?tttntrv Produce. latst ProofWheat. 200 Bushels True and Tried Rust Ero?f Wheat, for sale at $2.50 per bu. v?^Mr. JOtt? E. ????;?$ ia with me, and will be happy to serve hid friends and acquaintances wnerrtfaey visit Mamburg. A safe, commodious and convenient Wagon Yard, and Board and. Lodging famished when desired. Hamburg, S. C., Sept. 7. IS80. ... \ Ay 7 ' S9BEaHa,*aai * ALER Kl) BAKEJt, President. ?Os-. S. BEAN, .fr.,.'J'reasurer E mmik SAVINGS INS! 8S7 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA. ASSETS OVER $100,000 IR PBEHI?M 80N?3, AND A SECURITY FUND Iff PREMIBM STOCKS. We receive and pay Interest n't all Deposits from Five to Five Hundred Dol lars, and Loan Money on approved Sccnrities. Special attention given to Admin istrations, Guardianships, and olljp&taleaoi Trust. 8K5S&S??? 'MiTtJ JOS. S. BEAN, JR., ERNEST R. SCHNEIDER, J ^"'m.tee. | TREASURER. December 4, 18i0.-ly4<? BBB 733 & 735 Marni ihctvti CAR ii H G ES, ROCKAWAYS, BUGGIES. WAGONS, / CARTS, &c. r Also Agents for S the salo of Wilson,1' Childs it Co's Phila delphia WAGONS A -CARTS. For the du oa<3 S3., Angasita, ?a., ?ei'i? :m<"l I)o.i!e,.,s in all Kind:-? bi' Manufacturers Ag'ts for the salo of the Cortland Wagon Co's \ PLATFOBM SPBIKO *\ WAOON, ncknowl iodged thu best. The ?iCORTLAND CHARIOT ?'-the lightest and /strongest Buggy / made, for >'(!"). whi chased ich wo offer at prices lower than work of ?timo grade And quality can be pur _sed elsewhere. We have added to car stock 8 full lino of Cheaper Grade Bug gies, made to our own order, with special regan! to tho quality of the Wheels, Ax les and Spring?, which we will sell lower titan any house this side of Cincinnati. ?SS-Ki? Cheap Auction Work Sold.-(E& alors in Saddlery and Liarnoss. Brid les, Collars, Whips, Rug Also Wholesale Doole) ?W Send mi your Orders, or call and seem, our prices will at all timos be BOTTOM PRICES. ?cL r>. 18?).-Iy-18 ?fifi VECET-?BLE i fini ?M? A pyp.su* ylatr&BLE RSMEBV Fqr ir.t.rrrifil nn? External Use, ls ? SURE CURE for all the Pfaascs for whlt?i ii Is recommended, snd is ALWAYS PERFICTLV SAFE Iq 'ho hands of even Ino mes: 'acxpsdenx-J person,. It fa a surf, nutt i r.ick. remedy te?vCttUOHS, SORE THROAT, CH2?XS, und f c;H'.r t ont tos: alu v?., fotfoaf ... '<V t^in-au ci DICITTHEUI.*., i:ad i. ri.e ben l'i'i'^i^^';!' kniMTii ?xiiifci?y IOTJU? ' TBS 013SST, S?^^jStS? W?0BLY RN0W?.v ?b -Xv fell ?F?iail^ WEDtOHS 1? THEt.WORtD. . Tr has bren '.'^ce? v.i:!i KB?II tioaderfal mecesa 'n ?il '".-^nrietors. -OF BALTIMORE, Md. THIS Association, gotten up on the principle of tho " Knights of Honor," is worthy of the confidence and patronage of our people. It was organized by the best business men of Baltimoie, with whom many of o-.r citizens are acquainted. For information apply to B. M. TALBERT, I A Agent. July 27, 1880. 6m34 FINE FRENCH MILLINERY, VELVETS, RIBBONS, NOVELTIES i% NECKWEAR, FANCY & JET JEWELRY, &c. No. 7.2S JBroffl Sfl., under Central Koicl, Oct. 7,1880;) ?JJGUSTA. GA. (3ra4i PTA WIEGARD BROS.. tm Broad Si., UND Eli MA 6'0NI0 HA T. L. "Lu rg;: cash purchases embie m-tb ojjer to (hepublic'.-Superior Pianos and <h'yans al less than is charged by dg'en'ts who sell only on consignment. Cidl andevmninc our $locl:a$ wc are deter mined io undersell any house south of JXeiv York. Pianos oj STEINWAY & SONS, DECKER BRO&, J. C. PMER. HILL] iii I CO. ORGANS OF J, ESTEV & CO.. LORIM! & BLiKP, WILCOX and WjHTE; MIITII AJEBICAS. Several new styles just received Kvexy description of Musical Merehandv <: ,nf. greatly reduced prices. Lmoeai -J'.-ih---: and easiest terms is our motto. WIEGAND BROS. Augusta, Ga., O-jt. 27, 1880. Oui ?8 For Selling, 50< COTTON FACTOR; -AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Firc-Proat Warelioiisc, Cor. Campbell and Reynolds SU., Op posite Sibley & Whelesa, AUGUSTA. OA. OZr Personal attention gn en to Weighing and Selling. August 25, 1880. On?SS? EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. GCO H KN'. THE boss jewelry man '. ol" Augusta, offers iii s lar^e and well selected stock to those contempla ting nu rehusas for thc holidays at less than-Now York cost. HIM lfuw $2,000 sale will not hold all the valuables, so they must, be disposed . fat a sacrifice. DiamonJs of the first water, sol i il Gold Rings (14 carats and higher); ssts of Ear Kings and Breastpins -(unsurpassed by Lboso worn by Sara Bernhardt), Gold Chains (tit to decorate thc inost fash tona ble); also, an immense stock of cheap Jewelry, which he olfars to dealers at factory priers. 538. Broad street is the headquarters for Guns and Pistols, from a pop gun io a breach-loader Rifle ?ind Pistol. Hero you Will find Muskc! In strumwnts nf all sorts from a Jew's harp toa base drum; oOO Violins, from $1 up; 1,000 banjos, from 50c. lo SK); ?2,000 j Accord?ons .and Harmonium''; at aston ishing low prices. Spcctaclc-s and Eye Glasses to suit the old and young. Yo.^i who desire to take time by the forelock,' now is your chance to provide your homo with a good Clock that I will guarantee for twelve mouths; my Fancy Clocks, my Musical Clocks, " my ' Mechanical Clonks, are ticking now all over Georgia and-Carolina, which, however, 1 rio not sellontjck. tiring oh your cash mid go home rejoicing. Look for .the F?g Gun opposite the Fountain, 5?& Dread street Dec. 15, 18-SO. 2m2. Notice ! NOTICE is hereby given thal' Jasper McDaniel, Administrai u- of estate of Charles Walton, dee'd , will maleo a final sottlcment lp the ellice of the Pro bate Jndge for Edgelield county, Onthb first Monday of February, A.* I). ISSI, and will apply for a discharge on saki dav as Administrator of said <stat<;. BETTIS oVW M'J>r, WV, Arty's, tor Administrativ. Dec. 29, J 880. 511 GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. TRADE MARK The GreatTRADS WIARK English Re medy* An un failing cure for Seminal Weakness, S p e r ni ato r rhea, I rn po-, toney, and all BEFORE TAalBD.dise?ses thatAFTS? TASiSQ. follow as a sequence of self-abuse; as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the Back. Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other dis eases that load to I usan i ty or Consump tion, and a premature grave. 2&8~ Ftdl particulars' in our pamphlet, which we desire to send free by mail to every one. The Specific M edicinc is sob! by all drugaists at $1 per package, or six packages for 85, or will bc sent free by mail on receipt of the money liv address ing, THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., No. 10 Mechanics' Block, ' June 1?3,-:>m27] Detroit. .Mich. Take Penn's Bit ters for the Liver or any Disease of the Stomach. If yon are not Real ly Relieved,' your Money Refunded. June 2, 1880.-tf 20. Thc Williamston Female College. ?Tis-conducted on what, is called tho "ONE-STUDY" PLAN, with aSemi Annual course of study, and, byasys to.ii-af.Tuitional Premiums, its low rates are made still lowci i\->r ?ill who average 85 per cent. No Public Exercises. No "Receptions." Graduation, which ls al-, ways private, may occur eight times a year- For foll information, write for an Illustrated Catalogue. Address. Rev. S. LAND KR, Prest., Nov. 2, 'SO.-lyl Williamson, S. C. LABI STI/AlOGr'S IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PADI NEVER GETS HARP. CAN BE MADE AH? STRENGTH DESIHED. TWICE AS LOKG. Diao&rta Cored -.'.Lout Draging tie Sjrtim. CIRZi Chills aud Fever, LiverComplaint, Dyspepsia,. Neuralgia, Nervousness, Rlicinnaiisn, Costiveness, Fem.ilc Weakness Sick i Nervous l?oalaclic. Ttie.-?! ruta Cures!! Dfc??aa l?v Abfwntio?. No Noxious rills,Olla.or Cotonou.-; M.'flicincHni'etoko" into UM Stomach. The Parti are worn ov... of tho Stomach, covering C?o Urcat ?ervo tures, Mm th? J.ivcr .Mid Stomach. A tx-.\\i\r- V.-irrt:ililo ronicia alr?Dcainuthcdnmlattonorthc Wood ami ? jv.T,n<;r??yte!:t!K!B!eoil,rtlnii:!atliiKtl .. Ltreraml Klilasj ? lo Iienl?hj action: :>:iii rtr?njrthi-nins thc Stonsach lor.-inl. PHICE or I'M>-; il AMI $.> IM.-.i. Soi? nv -.?.t. ?r.' ?.,.: ?-iit l'V Mail c. M-.r.v a-nt ll XOUTII l.tnnr.TV ?T.. LANKS of every description for eale at this office, or will be printed tb order. Nov. 19-tf 50 m$ .flows. . Thc GENUINE EA BM E. RS' EB I END l'f/> \V is (ho Best'and Cheapest iiiied::. Guarantied to give sali*jaelwi, : mm mm iii At old stand ol' ... JOJrlN BON?S3 4. <()' ? I have also-a Large Slock ol' TURN SHOALS, BULL TONGUES, PLOW STOCKS, BRIDLED HARNESS, NAILS, IRON, STEEL, and HARDWARE, Of every description, at tba very lowest prices. " . Augusta, Ga., Nov 17, lS80.-3m Jjv.w. NVorld-Boaior in Cheap Goods, X announces to tho peuple-of Edge held tl? al his KOLI DAT STOCK of Gen eral M?rc?wtn'd?/.e ls now complote. (?rt-aUiht Variety. Hi st Value for (li? Least Money. No Trouble ta Show Goods. Co:ii" ,md Savo 20 per ccut. Dry Goods, Groceries; Notions, . Plated Jewelry, itc ,.. 'Under Mim? Photograph Gallery. D. T. G RICE. Edgofield, S. C., De? 1, 18-0. 8b352 PS CH.EEn.ATED STOMACH I &? Sle??i, Appetite an.i Strength Return whin Hosteller's Stomach Bit ters is systepiatically used by a.. bilious dyspoptic s??erer. .Mprco?vor? sin?e the brnfu sympathizes closely with the .stom acli and its associato organs, the liver and too bowels, ns their dcrangomeut.is rcc tiliod !>\' Uu' notion o:'the Bitters, mental despondency produced bv that derange ment disappears; For sale hy''all Dru'.'gi Hts and Dealers : . : generally. SUPERIOR ... PIANOS .MD mm AT T. If. M. 0. T. Si SF* G. 0. Bo'-iii'on iC Co. have Large Cash CmUract* xodh (he Bi --;/ - Jlfana facturer*, enabling lli&m ID sell at Less Briers than is paid by Small Dealers. <9?% 09 ff? 9 We ga-irani c.--. 10 per cent, less than Neio !*>;./. Biiccs, and als save tc purchaser f "eight and insurance. Great Reduction, Tn prices of Small instruments. SHEET MUSIC, M I'S IC BOOK'S, and best ITALIAN STRINGS, fiST Purchasers save 11101103' bj-visit' inc: or corresponding willi 6. ?. ROBINSON & CO. ' Nov. ll, I SSO. ?y85 Fac?or &, Gsa'l. Colara. Merchant, CH am. ic sro.v, g. C., Dealer in GERM AN R A IS LT. or POTASH SALT, Peruvian Guano, No 1 and No. 2, Puro Fish Guano, Nova Scotia Land Plaster, Ground Sp. Ca. Phosphate, and other Fertilizers. Als-?, COU?.', OATS, iI\Y, Ac. Orders tilled with dispatch, and liberal advances made on consignments of Cot ton and other Produce. Nov. 3, 1S530. 3oi-lS TH E . MOST DESIRABLE Purchase Yet Offered. <.> tX Q ACRES of Land, half a milo ?i o from DC:T:'-? Mills. A yood Dwelling ITouapJ Store, Gin House, Darn ?ni? Stables; throe out houses; 100 acres in cultivation; rmprovementsof greater valu-: than toe price asked. Terms very easy. A drat rato bargain. - "a.'G". M. DUNOVA'NT, Real R?tate Agent. March ?1, tS*0. . ' tf 13 :-:'V vv?'fg? t? If you have DYSPEPSIA, ?i INDIGESTION, or NEU RALGIA, IRON BITTERS P will cure you. SSSSSBSSt MWM MIRMHi 1 ^" R ?j If your BLOOD is THIN, ! ?Iron Bitters JJ OP H ?fi S i%??te. or feel generally > ll Vii k/iiiunj- JJ^^?^ITATED, IRON: Iron Bittersl*T****^?*"' . i?. I If you have OCCASION Iron Billers J al dizzin^s. or r^u Iron Bittersii Sth?t LIFE IS A BURDEN, ; IRON BITTERS will cure you. QY?k i If you arc a motlier and Ol OI have net ?r.ii': or r-trcngth pto t.ursc you:- ch'.ld, or suf Iron BittersHa^-^tHr-cr di3 ii. nales ..cc lis ible to,tn- U?ON BITTERS. YOU CAN BE CURED. FriceSl a Bot, AU Bruggu?? ttU them. THE SHO?iV?i??lERrlCAL GG., BALTIMORE Soto Proprlelova. ^ ?so-gi?*?r~ <*<22<0' "~^t?3f:'-' "-' jr '***I?E Undersigned bas open ed an Ageney:at Edgefield C. H., for the purchase and . sale o?* Real Estate. Parties having .lands for caii have them advertised ' ' FREE OF CHARGE, and parties desiring to pur chase Land br Houses and Lots and Houses would do wellt o apply to the under signed. No charge without sal? is effected. Rim M. DfflOVAjVT, ~ Beal Estate Agents Dec.,16, 1879-tf2 500 ACRES of Land, 5 . miles from the Greenwood &.Augusta Rail road. A number of Tenant ; Houses thereon. Wood and' Water; abun dant. ' ' ' ' .' Land productive. Price' moderate Apply to, H. G.I. ODNOT?HT; REAL ESTATE AGENT, . Edgefield'C. H.,S;C. Joly 7, 1880. . tf 31 TWO TRACTS OF LAUD FOR SALE. Contains :I?? Acres, ou Augusta & Knox ville Railroad.. Comfortable Dwelling .inri Tenant Houses.:' (Vo?d:welr Of Vater and running stream: CM" waler. ? In high stito of cultivation.. 40 acre? in native forest.. .^::".;v./;;i .... fR?CT ?, 2^ Contains 278 Acres, in Collier Township, 6 miles from Railroad." Four Tenant trlouses.' 4 Plow farm. Gob'd tenants, who are willing to remair. ..All the land ris fresh.. ,. Tracts win tie?ftn!d Separate.', "' .. ;;-'ii.:G: M. DUNOYANT, ?'.?'- . Reat:Estate'Agent. Aug. L, .-r.-Uti ? - ' . tf36 ? OFFER for sale tho-foll?wing de sor! bed'property in the Village ofEdge fisid : "- ? r- 3 .iL " A two-story HOUSE, containing 8 rooms, which are large and commodious, ? itha wide passage'between, two porch es, one up and one down stairs, also a porch in rear. The out buildings consist of a PaffTBY, .K ITO I r EN*,: Snit VANTS' HOUSJB, BAUN and STA ut KS. There is a good WEIJ. OPVWA and two good SPRINGS,- with a stream o water running' throug'a the lot, which contains 5 ACRES. The front yard is large aud IcveJ, and might be made very beautiful. For terms, apply in person or address : R. G. M. DUNOVANT, > Kcal Estuco Agent. Dec 1, tSSO. ' _ tf 52 BAIL ROAD LAIRDS I Y ' ' 1 OFFER fo: sale SOO Acres of Land 100 under cultivation, with two Log-Cab ina thereon. Tho Augusta and Knoxville Railroad rana through this land, and a Depot is located within 200 yards of it. Apply to R. G. M. DUNOVANT, Real Estate Agent. July 21, 1880. tf 33 tangclmrg Land for Sale. IQ f\f \ A?3RES of fine Farming O\J\J Lands in Orangeburg Co., on South Edisto River, six miles from Midway station on the S. C. Railroad, 400 under cultivation, the larger portion of which ison the .river. The upland portion is lino for cotton, and the river bottoms suit corn admirably. On the place is a fine Dwelling House, 64 ft. by 40, fi rooms, 2 chimney*, 4 fireplaces, M foot passage way, piazza in front and pil lr.rs under the house, which is six feet off the ground. A number of out-build ings, Gin House, Gin Head, fine well of water, Ac, <fcc; Will be sold-cbeap. Applv to E. G. M. DUNOVANT, . Real Estate Agent. Feb. 3,1880. tf 9 To those Wno Contemplate In vesting in Real Estate; or Going into Business. I OFFER a-very desirable KOXJSE Sc LOT afc Johnston Depot, on the C C ?k A Rail road;. The Dwelling House, which is entirely new, from.roof to cellar, contains S commodious rooms, two piazzas run hing across, pantry, stoveiro?m, Ac. The out-buildings consist of aservants' house, barn and stables. ... . There is alana good, well of water on the place, which lias a house over it. The m o.<l desi rabio.-purchase yet of fered, and one of the most pleasant pla ces in the thriviog^yillage of Johnston. Apply in person or by letter.to . li. G. M. DUNOVANT, Real Estate Agent. NoA'.'24..16S0. tf61 A Bargain! A Bargain! AVALUAULE TRACT OF LAND, containing One Hundred and Eigh ty-seven and a half" Acres, more or leas, ly i np just beyond':the incorporate limita of Edgeileld Villagey about;.two acres of it extending within, said limits. Upon thu land is a good Dwelling House of two stories and 8 rooms, with'fire-places to each room, besides a store-room attached and a servants' house in the yard. Also a good Gin House, a two story Barn, and stable room for any uso. The place has three tenant houses, conveniently ar ranged, upon it; and it is well watered, having several lino springs, and suffi ciently "limbered. Terms reasonable. . Applv to or address, R..G. M. DUNOVANT, Real Estate Agent. March 3, tf 13 SALE, NE of the most desira ble ?residences in the Village of Edgefield, locat ed in tho pleasantest and most desirable part of the town ; lot containing about TWO ACJRES, in a very high state of cultivation, clear of nut grass; a large and commodious dwelling, .with Seven ROMUS and Six Fire Places; a gondjffeH'of neve^jaTrlMP water at the door, aa good as therVi?4?rs> the whole VUlage; Kitchen with four good robins and two fire places ; dairyx\ and smoke house, crib, large barn, sad x ^tables for 8 or 10 horses; good carr age j*house, fowl house, Ac, A., Ac. A good bargain can be had,- and pos session given at once. R. G. M. DUNOVANT, Real .Estate Agent, Jan, X-tf 4 . 7