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Jas. T. Bacon. Thcs. J. Adams,
F. KEESE. Corros] 01 tiing K liior
ticlge field, S c., Soieiabrr I?,
SUCCESSOR T-HE8TA1E FAI?i
We attended the State. Fair in Co
lombia la?r week, and are glad to
tay ? Lat, i: every respec/is was a
very commendabie success. On lliis
occasion, there was the largest ?'um
ber of exhibits ever collected at any
previous State Fair, the total nnmbei
of entries being over 2,000. The < x
hibition of horses was undoubtedly
very fine, and that of cattle, particu
larly those of fine breeds, better than
heretofore. The hogs, of which there
were a great macy, were in excellent
condition. There were a considera
ble number and creditable display ol
eheep and goat?. The department ol
agricultural implements was well
represented. In the household and
fancy department the exhibits wen
lull and the articles ol' a high order
o! merit. 'There were some fine spec
imens ol' choice breeds of poultry
There ?as a fine exhibit of pumpkins
some weighing eighty pounds apieee.
The field crop derailment, including
small grain and 'samples ol' cotton,
contained ? very good collection
The only deficiency is eaid to have
been in the department ot' garden
products, owing to the extreme drj
weather during the last summer.
The race horses were incomparably
fine and the racing was on a grand
Thursday, thc third day, was the
most succef.bi'ul day of tho Fair, the
cash receipts being mere than $2,000.
and from ali accounts the officers oi
the society are to be congratulated
on its management. The people did
well in turning out in such large
numbers and the exhibitors deserve
thanks for their energy.
In tho mechanical department there
was much worthy of study and atten
tion-many new inventions and many
improved agricultural implements.
The following officers of the South
Carolina Agricultural and Mechani
cal Society were elected to sei vc fox
the ensuing year: President, D. P
DuncaD, of Union; Vice-President0,
E. R. Mciver, let Congressional Dis
trict; W. G. Hinsoo, 2d; A. P. Bo'?
1er, od; B. H. Massey, 4th; J. Wash*
Watts, 5th. Executive Committee,
E. F. Cray ton, E.L. Koche, W. A.
Clark, Isaac S..Bamberg, J. N. Ilufi
man, J. K. G. Nance, L. C. Thomp
son. S?cr?tai y and Treasurer, Tbos
The grand street pageant on Thurs
day night-in the MardjJ>-?rr :>-?.. -
was on a large sc? --'-v. :y brilliant
and very exciting. ?The fireworks
.ne were worthy of iytrip to lh<
not yet published
THE WAT FOR THE-S^TH TO
The Columbia Eegister commenting
upon the late disastrous political re
sult in Virginia, concludes as follows:
"Mahoneism in the South is a dread
ful thing-an unmitigated curse.
There is but one way we can see to
escape it, and that is to let the pee.
pie make their own nominations in
perfect good faith. The day of set
tling the tickets to be put before
nominating conventions is over.
These conclaves of a Jozen mon or
les3 in somebody's "room" setting up
one and putting down another is
about played out, and the people cl
South Carolina won't stand it any
longer. There is a fair, honest way
of consulting the popular wish and in
making nominations-not over ihe
people's heads, but euch as they will
unite upon with heart and Laud. Do
this and we ?re safe, but otherwise
we are scattered to the four winds ol
heaven. We warn the people of
South Carolina against sending men
to their conventions who can be led
by the nose in the interest cf heart
less, ambitious, foolish public leaders,
who imagine that their promotion
constitutes the Elim and substance o?
The substance of the situation as
we understand it is a united people
ia full accord as io the nominations
put belore them. Le t us all hear
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
We are informed, says the Charles
ton News and Courier, that a basis cf
settlement between the Purchasing
Committee of the South Carolina
Railroad and the Charleston Syndi
pite,'involving the cl&im ol' the inl
ier for expenses, &c, has been agreed
upou, and that a final adjustment o?
the matters so lor;g in dispute is now
This being eo, the only unsettled
que3tion will be ;he appeal of Cock
roft, who claims (hat tho bidding at
the sale of the rond was chilled by a
sudden settlement made with enc of
the creditors who had d< (ermined to
bid high for the property. We sup
pose that' the 'Cockroft i?] ; - , < n be
disposed of, and in that event the
road will soon l e at the end of com
plications which promised to be in."
terminable. Time is money, espe
cially in railroad [management, and
\oo much time has bren lost already.
A WOHLD OF GOOD.-One of the
most popular medicines now before
the American public, is Hop Bitters.
You see it everywhere. People take
it with good effect. It builds them
up. It is not as pleasant to the taste
a3 some other Bitters as it is not a
whiskey drink. It is more like -he
old fashioned bone set tea that has
done a world of good. < If you don't
/eel just right try Hop Bitters.
For the Advertiser.
Lieu Law am! Seed fot to? Tra Hie
ON Tips WINO,
EDI TORS A DV?RTTSEB.-I hope yo1
wiii allow mc space in your valuabl
and indispensable paper for tina com
munication, ??feetiiig aa it Joes boll
the lien law aro! .seed cotton ?rafi?
both subjects <>l which PO m neb Im
been said through the pref? ol ou
State. I think it would be unwis
tD repeal the lien law at ti?** ap
preaching session of the General As
i Bembiv. For the crops of our count;
j are undoubtedly the shortest tba
have leen made since the war, am
the lien-law is the only way for tb
small farmers to get credit, and
submit that the lien law is not th
source of all the evils, for the mei
chants as a general class are ver
tiber:'.!, and when they are satisfier
that they have been fairly delt b
they are generally very indulgent
But 1 will show where the trnubl
Comes in, and it is in this way : Cu"
n?ng and irresponsible parties wi!
set around parties who have give
liens (or rent and supplies, and sa;
to them, you can't pay out no hew
But you bring me your produce, an<
I will buy ir. and partly through ic;
ncrance and mote generally for th
.-abe oi :i lin tie cafih'tvnd a few worth
less dry 'goods, they fall into the trap
ind thereby deft and tue honest mer
chant cr planter, who has made ad
vanees, ot what justly belongs ti
'.hem. and this is the way that dis
trust is cleated, and the credit of thc
entire farming interest is snlferinj
from this trying evil. I will snggfs
the following section as an amend
merit to the lien law-:
"SECTIOS -That any person or per
sens buying cr receiving any farm pro
duce from any one, samo being nuder !
lien, shall be guilty ot a misdemeanor
.and on conviction thereof, the persoi
or persons so buying or reccivim
shall be compelled to pay into cont
the full amount of the lien ever san
crop or crops, or bs imprisoned a
hard laltor in the penitentiary for ih<
term of twelve months.
Messrs. Editors, the law require
liens to 'oe indexed or recorded it
the Clerk's office, and that is con;;:d
ered legal.'notice to the world, an?
then all Mr.'X Road merchant wouh
have to do, would be to examine lb
Clerk's office and govern hims;-li an
cordingly. Now, to some, this rna;
look W'KP un extreme remedy, bu
the disease is abo extreme, and il w
don'; adopt extreme remedies w
will be ruined. But I submit tba
the above section is legal and jttsl
and. anyone buying or receiving pro
ince, the nama Ving under a lier
should be punished jost'lbe s.u.i? a
? "?nyone selling a hor?e, the same be
ing tinder a mortgage, it* is liable h
prosecution. I respectfully "refer th
above section', toorar honorable Rep
resentatives, and ask their .eames
?*i??fr?uC?iy oib-ivd by '
ONE OF THE SUFFERERS.
Artlvily iii Edgefield.
We see that cur Edgefield ni ?gb
ber? who were so recently barnt on
are going actively and energetically
to work'rebuilding their houses. 1
will be remembered thnt our towi
wa-- burnt out abo itt tan years o
and some of our citizens hurriedly
rebuilt their houses. Everything
here fora time.had ri fictitious va!tn
and vacant Iola ware held ai figure
as high as they were with the Inti] 1
in gs on (hem. Things bav? pf tt!e<
down now, and re?its are abran hall
v.hat ??:<r_v W?'i? ei^ht oi i< -i yea*:
ago. To i ni bl a ho:!.?.-? ri titni
when lumber and workmen are..
and high, may involve rome cilia-M
in a recoud ?O?S which will be greatei
and 'more disastrous than thc first
Lei no man borrow'money with v. ' ? 1
to build a hons?. . The man who goes
in deb? for a house may ?:?.ye c&ust
to repent. There is an ol?! saying
that, "fools build bouses and ".!-?
men live ?ri them." ! "We L?ve our
?elve.V built houses-others now oe
copy them. On this snbjecl we tbinj<
we know something, and we belie vi
we speak advisedly. Far-is are stub'
born things and high, rents will .-tim.
ulate to many lo build stores thai
rents are"certain i-ou;i to come down
even lower than they were before the
fire. Ii any owner ol a Jot is ?ir?:;n
cially involved, be should not re
build. If any owner of a lot has not
the ready cash of bis own with which
to rebuild, let him no! invest where
C;i!air: it.I-: awaiti him. One yea1'
with another, house?reni u ni not j ay
interest on ti.? investment, :o say
nothing of reducing the principal.
Press and Banner.
Emport&ni Railroad Meeting,
From thc Augusta Chronicle wo
clip the following: A numberofprom
inent g?-ntici?Pt: held an informal
meeting in the Columbia Hotel, yes
terday morning, in the interest ol the
railroad- through Edgefield County,
with a. view ol uniting with tho
French Broad Railroad. The Tren
ton and ridgefield Railroad waa rep
resented by Gen. M. 0. Bntler, Preni
dent Lewis .Tones and Captain T. If.
Clark. The French Broad Rof.d
was represented by Maj. Bradley, the
President, and Superintendent Kirk.
It ivas agreed to j?I?t<-e tu? matter in
he hands ol Col. -fohn R. Abney,and
that genii? man was requested to pie
pare an *a mend ment to tit?; charter of
the Edgefield Railroad, which will
permit H anion with the French
Broad, and ale? an extension to Port
Royal, in case the South Carolina
Railroad does hot lake hold ol tins
mtiltei; and this amendment will bo
brought bii'ore the Legislature at the
coining session this winter. J. S. 1>.
Subscribe for the ADVERTISER,
MISSISSIPPI hil RIGHT.
Twenty Thou- ,-:.! iti.-tjorilj (ar ?.oncry
I !u* democratic Canctiiiute Cor
?'.' .vern:;?-. .
.TACKS..:-;, M : S.,NOV?IQ1 < ?. -Re
turns ar-* . pi in lowly owing to
tho lerp; h ,: J tickets! and Boralch
in;^. Loweiy, ; . ? D->moi milo CHUUI
?Ute for Ci vv-Ttior, >: larg^.y ahead in
MOMIO-, >.S;-.-:;;? ry, Lafayette, Va
zoo, tiron ui.! ..n i Jackson Counties*.
Mars??l? Nox?t?d and Cor iah ar? also
cdnce?led io Lowery. CVpihh'is 1 he
liome of King, t ho rusicn candidate
for Governor. . Tn is city gives King
1,010 majori:;?-, but Mind* County i<
conceded tu Lowery. Lowery's nm
jo.?i?y ii; the State hi estimated ac
15,000 to'SO.'Cb?. So far heard
from the election has been quiet
throughout tho State except at Mar
ion, Lauderdale County.
JACKSON. MISS . Nov. ii-Returns
ure coming iii freely from the centra)
and northern count?sib?t only a low
ol the southern ?.'?..id eastern counties,
winch aro nearly ?ti! Democratic have
yet reported. The remocraiic cen
tral committee claim the election ol
the State ticket _by from 20,000 lo
30,000 and tho FusionisLa concede
their o' '^whelming defeat; Tur-o
ij narie ir of both branches . the Lieg-,
islature w i i i be Democratic. Lhv:
ery, Democnaic candidate .or f-lpyer
nor, in ut the keadep^artari^ vi' '-ii'-'
committee rc cei vi ag thc congratula
tio?]'-: of hu ?lit:.. :-.
NEW OJRJ.EASS, NoverabecJy;#Tel
egr.uus J ?om nineteen .. .antics ii?
Mississippi show thal Lue Deipocrats
have carried diemal I except Madison
where the Fusion ;':.i:i> were about
400. livery indication points t-> the
success ol the Democratic S'ute tick:
ot by 15,000 io 20,009 msjority.
II. will be .-> en fri Va our local col
umns this morning, thal \> presenta
tive?ot the Savannah V^??ey Railroad
and of the Atlantic and French Croad
Railroad were in the city yesterday
for the purpo33pt conferriog with the
Directors ol >h': Augusta and Knox
ville Railroad, with a view to obtain
ing BO me aid ?rom the latter in the
cowdeiion o:' tho;;? roads. As the
Augusta tiud Knoxville needs ?".ii its
fund? to complete its own track and
purcbas ? roiling slue::, il. U im
possible for it to dbanything j?sfcnow
to assist other enterprises. Ai; tho
?same tims the Directors re fully
aw.tr? ot' I he importance o'- both thc
road* named to the Augusta and
Knoxville as feeders and to Augusta.
Cl .-? ll I:,-; . ?. ? '
tile se? fions ty, . Carolina, sec
tions tn 'viiivii immigrants to S ..ut h
Carolina wi:; n :ta:-?:?iy turn &a afford'
ing the greatest advantages. A
glance, ac lb'1 uiap wi ii show [ha im
portance o! the two linea. The Sa
vannah Valley Railroad extends from
Dorri's"Minc? on the Augusta and
Knoxville . :^ d to A nd ci -as. .i
? ii.-: n of . . ?\horn
: wfinty ' . r '-.?!.
LXii?-?UiMiti?. J?....- ?-'.-.-?. ?U%1 ?
?mu?? trom J . T? V- m or.
?md Knoxville/ to Picken)
through Abbeville; Belton and Ess
ley, ?sty mill -. thirty of wittel! have
would un ks cha! whole sr<-:i...( ivA:,
urary t > Angf: ? i and give the Ai:
gusta and ?Cn-jxvil?e tho , >i.i..n a
trunk line. M .-. ? n? i;; I, Lhere
foTO, H?tt Ohl? itCt-ion ?h?ll id be
taken locking !.. the Imi'diiig ol
these roads, and thea? actions should
be prc:?::.:. '.Wc under?Uud f!....;. a
comparatively small ;.iu-..?:;.!. :. \:
jqnited finish gr.nling, ::?ter
j wliieti ii;.- . . ] cn : ? tQ
ptll'cli:!1! . ii: . ir j'y lin; invest
!. . . fifty :
th' . :i i, .. ',,y
on!:: the Angus.; : nd KtVoxviiio R -ii
roa.i. i:i which ii :s ":-.:r;. .-!v i;?t. r.3:s!
Int ihn trade..! the ci'v weil.
They wrmld atti*,cl n n*w section lo
us and brin - io thia m.arkel cotton
and ct.'i: ..- producta that, have hilin-i to
goat- in otb- r directmn^ Tin; on:!.iv
woidd: be a V?ry Fin .11 matter cota
pated with ll . b' ?ir- robe derived
?f-T?}hrouicle ;-n>t C?nstituti?ha'ist.
Thc Philadelphia. E-isy Il.iur m?ri
tions }.U. J. A. Walton, 1350 K.
TW-*!!!:! Etreeij thu! l ily, . .: ah en
thusiastio: endorser ol Ht. Jacobs Oil
for il..' reliel ?nd euro of disea 1 o.'
\V?ii- au Jdaho girl waa sitting
under a tree waiting for ??LJ rover, a
grizzly hoar came along and i:p
proachiitg ii c\n behi.nd begun *ro hug
her. But k?!^ thn?gnt it w.is Tom
and jYisl i ii ? 1 back and enjoyed
it hem-?ily, ?nd mnrmored "thi-hter, 8
and ii. hroke . .. hear,_::;:i np."and li3
went ?w;.y .'?. i i;i : >:: i i ?. !.?: ..-.! for
three.dayto get over )<\ ^h?;me.
T>Ai:TM-S who are hi t??4.t wUl
X li.i'! Ii?( ?. ill lf>v ?I:M1?K i>f
John L. ?.bl'tson, (;. ? . ilV-? .: . Isl-'clay
December, ?--I. 1 nm ti r?!? nf prom Isen;
n-.vl7-2:. H. PAllK?Clt.
TTAVJNt! ; ?ici wi si v. rely by Hie
JL.A. late lir . : will f,..::.. my irionds
and patrol'.^ .vim ava imlnbUal ; ?runo
forward and settle.
VT?T.IOK i-: !:f:r. by ?ivt it ti:.", un the
JLl 'Sid ?.iv ni - ' - next, J will
apply tb i . ?\ 1 . r. .i : ? . . i?f Pro
bate o?.?Cd^aiie??l <>t;?tjr, S. c., for :t
lii?tl aoitltiuieitl ?ind -.?..'..!r:; ! a? Admin
istrator <...' lim .-:.! ? of !-':.i;:;i<: .-.l?idi.
i?<- !t:i:v? !
.tAMtSS SM l i .I, ?dmiiiislrator.
JT? n vern her. ?lh, ' jj.-novto-iit.
^IL?lS i??TLEft, at K i. Sj-n en'< o?d
Vi Ktatul, ? . prepared ?.> >:'? blaek
smithing in all ns bran ?hon. .' .11 o:irly
:md ofceiu <.; ;.?:s ?.i' ? ?.? t,.?..i-.
Iwill !>'. irr?ni?y obl?^i i lo all w ?i" aro !
indebted t<> mo? if they w ill snttie at ]
once, as J have sitlTared a vor;.- Iioavy
loss iroiii iii" recent disaster, and v, lil
need every il?tlar that is o\vin?c to mo.
ISov 2, '81. AI VIN UAUT,
i-'eurai'jic, Sciatica, Lumbago^
: 5 r::!\CichcS"$cr&i.e$$ of tho "Chet .
j ?ottf, Otf/jwjr, Sore Throat, Stve/fiJ]
?' ; nd Sprains, Sums and
[ Scaldi, General Bodily
\ ToOih, Ear and Hsudacho, Fns-.d
rr:: end Ears, and ali otkOf
Pains and Aches.
? ?vi :...-;..!..?; .:. ?irth cqnsl? ST. Jicd^'i
i . . Miyr. nure, shunto and cheap ]?z-,r,ia'
I;?III iy A nial entai? lint tlio com?ai>??'',v
?.: I ?UR outlar i ( .IO Only, ?nil every mic w**!J'
. ?;;i ;:.;?i ca? have ?bfan MM) positiva Z'rvof 1 ?"
1 clairet, .
Directions tn '.leven T.tncinnri * -~
gOLB BY ALL DRUGGIES ABD DEAS39.
T will sell at the plantation ?
L A. Hoper's, deceased, on tho 15th cl
.>t' December, two muirs, ono bay horde,
one two-horse wagon ?"nil plantationims
plenients, fte, An. 8. 7* ROPER, Bx'r?
J, M. WISE,
.-^charleston, S. C.
A PLEASENT RESlDErjCIc
TO R^INTT I ]
' & T TRENTON. A LARGE GARDEN!
A. and PLENTY FINE FRUIT. ;<)
BDG-BFISIJD, S. <?g
net. COSm. (
? s our Mr. -T. 0. Denny proposes td
ii. retire from business about the^M
December, parties indebted to ns m asl
mn'ko pavmont by 2f>th November, n
ll ey m iv Imvfi to settle with our AUj
nc/. Our Mr. T. II. Denny will atT"
ln "settling claims, al Denny's X Rc
until November 20. DM NX Y BROS.
l it . lu
- ; !?::r been humed, w3|
wiil - liniil further n?tiflej
if??oij No AnvEU?tsER Building -.38
Cond ?lonr. !
BU ILEl? A WOODWARD, |
liiiv.:! Itu. Attorneys at Law.
SAW MILL NOTICE,
T [JM UER-"?(?.Ol 0 n . i ab Mill, a;;-l win
I.nt and deliver??! ar. short notice!
KnvH?-2t !> <'. RA Rit- '
?LWFEL M?? S??S?if?USE Tfl
.?' will rent my enmmodlons dwellhw
a. (largo enough fora hotel) anil fu mi
ni re; also my storehouse lor th? ensuing
i-fliw, i wi 11 beep slock fur persons whdj
lng ;.? take die car-, f..rseventy-live
in t >\a\ - ?". lid riv cents for a sin;
*_?W T. PA.
rslsned Will ann!/ lu ne
if Probate for . ?dgetidd
'??us ty, on the 15th day of November,
! ISSI, f?ralinal settlement and discharge
; ?is ndmini.-u.rah r of the estnto of Lnanjl
. Smith, deceased.
J. It. SUDDATU,.
Adin'r. Kstatoof Loa in i Smith, dee'di
' ?ct. 1!', 1881.- ?nov. .'!-:;t.
\y <?'. BOSH \ai,
* ATJOR2TEY-AT-LA IK,
SD. !. \, A W KAXf?E,
jEdiTifyefield, S- C.
A ? ? ir. 1 l-iun.
A ROU V S0.?00 reel of assorted InlSPber
i..V on hand, f r.m prepared to till all
orders for lumber at short notice, at^Ui^
lowest ligures for - ash. My mill is i.n
?li" Augusta Hoad, four miles Southwest
nf Johnston.'and aljon) -;ix 'niles Kasf o-'
nov, a-4t J. li. BOUKN?GHT.
rpilROUGII tho grea! kindness of our
.1. friends, Nfessrs. Bottis A W'ardlaw,
our friends and clients can see and co is
suit with us in their oftlco, until wo eau
rebuild nurnflicR, recentlv destroyed bv
fire. SHEPPARP I?ROS.,
Nov --?t Attorn ova at Law.
'HE CHOICEST PROPERTY
fi <7;i ?AIilS ;
THAT ?.A?'Jti ANO SPLENDID
|,OT ON VAIN STE ET ON U'UICJI
s tool; THE TILLMAN
QAID LO'I PRONTSTO THU NOR'tll
kl on Main S;reel, 150 loe!,-and has H
ma; ni??c< 'it Southern exposure from tie
mar, which in IheSouthern elimata ?Ta
mighty desidoraUim. ' The wliolo U'it
contains tv n and one-half (2$) ncres mdro
j ar ie&s, all ol it Ij'ing in thc vary heartVpSl
, tho town. Por 70 or 80 feetrXora ?ise
- . ,' ? this i'.t lies oil a dead levolj anf,?
which i! sh pes in tho gentlest and IIKR
autifiii inanuo!' to tin? rear line, aflbiu
ing uii:.. ir 1 Hein i spots fur gardens,
p.itciies, i.n adowa and fruit trees. Eith
er as II situ lor H grand hotel, with all its
appurtenances, or for a row bf alores, ti i ?
lot t?as absolutely no ?quai in Edgetield.
Tiiis lino propcriy will hospld as.-, wenn ,
Terms will be made accominod?ting,
15. Ct. M. DIJ.NO VANT, ,
S >v J7-? 1* Jte.:l Instate Agent.
State of South Carolina
EDGEFTEL L> CO UNTY. ?
.ii hn :.. Vddisoh, hearer, vs. S. B, Ryan
/? :? y virtue ?if an cxecnlioii lu nie (il*
. ?iS- rst'to?, In the above staUal cause I
! will proceorl to sch at ?ilgeli?ld Coi)rl
' Utilise, ou tho li r?t Monday in Decembor
i next, Hie following property, tu wilt Uno
'rael of land (soittainiug ilhy-nino CgSU
arn y., more <>r i?;ss, ailjoiuiug lani<s ??if
i! innjali B un' 0, John Kal a ord Rlid
otiicrs, levien u|?on as 1 ho property ot
tho defendant, .S. B. Ryan. Terms cadi.
Titles extra. V-. fi. OUZTS, h. E. C
No.-, ISSI. -;n.?vl7- lt. -y
tt?iit'? cf South Carolin it,
EEG EF1ELD CO UN TY.
\',.c. Etheridge vs. \v. Swoariug<?<
KXE< UTI ON. J
*JJ,Y virtue of an execution tomo dircn
ii J! cl in tin? above slated causo, I will
I : ed ; > ii ul lOdgotield ?. lt., on ii?'
lirsi :>i'):.ii::;. ?n Decomber next, the f..?b
lowing propnrtv nf the Defendant, rf
iii'tiiiing alter selling olf lo him Iii
homos) nacl, to w i'.: ; J* I
II e traes of Land coiitaiuing ono hu
li ri auii twenty nine and a hali (l'AJ
acres, more or less, adjoining lands']
i-;, ?. Ryan, Pirre.) Day, L. G. Swear?
? a, Bud otbera.
Terms-Cash. Titles oxirn.
Nwvomlier ll, ISSI.
Nov. 1*419 \Y. U, O?ZT?, S. ?. 1
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pth l"T BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA. ?A.
A ND Engine? and Boilers, Colton Screws, Shafting, Pulleya, Hangers, Journal
J\ BOX. S, M iii Gearing, GndgepnVTiirbine Water Wheels. Gin Gearing, Jud
son's Governors, I Uss ton's Circular Saws and Gnmtners and Files, Belting, Babbit
Metal, Brasa Fitting Glube, disci: Valve? nod Whistles, Gauges, e.w., Iron and
Brass Castings, Gin Ribs and Injectors, lrom
GEO. R. LOMBARD 81 CO.,
IFovfsl (.'itv l'Mimli'V :irid ?ff:it;liin*? "Woricw.
N'tar thc Witter Tower, l,ON to 1,(K(1 Fciiwitik titree!, A Utf TJUTA, GA.
REPAIRING promptly done at lawesl prices. Wo east every day both Iron
fud Brass, having greatly increased our capacity with latest improved tools. We
ire running full time with &5 bands, which enables us to till orders promptly at
?weat prices. Give us a t.rial bf fore sanding oflf. [Apr. '?fi, ISSI.- 20
us SLJ M
UN DERWE \R
ill iUS?EiS AN;
LARGEST SELECTION IN THE CITY!
ST " ITS
OYE BCO ATS
UN DE P. WEAR
ALL AT TH ii VERI LOWEST PRKFS-THEY MIST BE SOLD.
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Ht .1 c. LUDLOW A CO.
711 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Statefiof South Carolina
?DGEFJELD CO VXTY.
In Jorob?te Cowl.
l'y L. l'. Covnr, KM ?ni rc, Judge nf!
WHEREAS, 0. I'. Cheltham, Esq.,
dork of the ('nur; nf 'Common
Pleas amt General Session.*;, lias made
suit to nie to LTriiit him !. Hers nf admin
istration of thc estate anti effects nf Drury
V. Vnnghan, Jato of County, dee'd.
These are therefore t.i irita and admon
ish ?ill and singular the kindred and cred
itors of rho Haiti Drury T. Vaughen, de'd.,
that they he and appear before me, in the
Court ni* Probate, io he heh1, nt Edgcfiold
C. H., on the ?Sth day ol Now, A. 1>. ISSI,
ll o'clock in the forenoon, lo show cause,
if any they have, why the ?aid adminis
tration should no! ba ??ranted.
rt i Von under my Hand and the seal of
the Court ibis l -st i ? day of Oetober A. I>.
!.. P. C'OVAR, .1. P. C.
?X?il?To SA Ul OF REAL
X xJif^ify in 4?.her fies lr, jr will
prneerd to seil at public outcry at
icefield t\ li., by consent of all parties
interested, a tract nf land containing
three hundred and flfcj -two (2152) acres,
moro r.r ley:, belonging, to tho estate ol
john Hollingsworth, deceased, situated
within four miles of Edgetlold Village
anti adjoining lands of Uenj. Ileitis, Jr.,
W. H. Folk, Margaret Bichel berger and
Emilv 1). Tal bert. Ono-half this land is
haavily timbered, tho balance "ld fields.
Terms i?f Sale-One half cash, tlin bal
ance on a credit of twelve months with
interest from day of sale, Purchaser wili
be required to give bjnud and mortgage
lo eeenre tho purchase inonev.
JOHN H. HOLLINGSWORTH,
nov ?'-".t Executor.
Bi'. Prompt and t?eneroiis Un
dor Presei?l Ciremiislanm
rpm-: hue terrible lire in EdgeOeld hav
i. inp nvortnken me without a cont of
i usu rance in any Wiry, my losses have of
..ourse been .peculiarly heavy Cndj?r
these circumstances, I appeal t<? my
friends and patrons who aro indebted io
me h; nome forward nod pay me as
. i nick ! y and a- fully as possible. My so
tining, they will enable mo io resume
my business withonl serious embarrass,
ment or delay.
Respect fu il v,
nov.3-.1t. ' W. Ii. PF.NN.
FRIENDS, CISTOftERS, A\D
Iwill open on Thnraday morning, No
vember .'id. ?it th's Penn old aland,
(recently occupied by Mr. T). T. Wrice)
with e. f..ii btock of goods, and will short
ly have niv stock up lo its lull standard
iii every deparlmoiii; "a--. 1 will go at once
io New' York lo replenish j:, and will in
a few days be able lo offer to the public
.-. splendid assortment of nil goods in my
linc, including ?li thc latest novelties.
It is usebss to say, thal I will appre
ciate al! patronage*' bestowed npon?tne
SPURRRD HY M\' MISFORTUNE,
1 shall endeavor more than ever before lo
servo my customers and to make it lo
their advauuign to trade with me.
?*ours truly, ALVIN HART.
LIVE HY STABLES,
K'DQEKIELII C. H., S. C.
HAVING sold oui my Grocery Tiu^i
ness, I lutvo opened a Livery and
KfC.i Spibk iu Sinith'a ojd .-land where
I wm .'! .-.Il times ho ready, to accouuuo
date the public, either reeding slock,
hiring horses and veiiif?Ies or sending
passengers to tiny place Ikey may wish
Thanking thc public for pnsi favors I
shall hope lo deserve a eoniinuauce of
the acme in she futuro.
NovlO-tf 1). T. CR IC 15.
AI.!, persons-are hereby forbidden
I'toin hunting, or lu any wise going
on, through, or fish! np on our respectivo
hollis or plantations.
i ll iioi.Lixoswni.Tir,
l>n li PARK BU,
il W ADDISON and WlPR,
.' H WALKKRandMoTKKR,
lino i n GUKRUARU,
Ai MUJA it KT ElCH KI.IIK IO . Kit,
IA M RS l'lM/.U.?.
Nov. Uli, IHM.
'. ntemltlni; ml Superintend i ni
and 8pociiicationa ul Moderate charges,
OFFICE No. ? LAW RANGE,
S hereby Riven thal application will bo I
made lo thc Legislature at its next
session \'-> amend tho charter nf the
Edgefleld, Trenton and .Aiken Railroad,
bj' substituting '?some point on tho South
Carolina Railroad bolow Aiken" lor
"Aiken" ns ou?j of tho termini,
THE HUMAN LIVER'S
Numerous voluntary testimo
nials ami largelv increased sales
prove thal PE?NS' BITTER'S
-thc Greatest Liver Medicine
of the Air?-rapidly winning
its way its the sure and simple
Salvatioiroi the Human Liver.
For .'ill Dyspeptic Diseases
PENN'S BITTERS ! !
EDGEFIELD MALE AND
THU abovo school will be opened on
j wIM be divided int'? two departments
male and female^! M?MEi**tHT-t PHI
i p^'Ved il" tn" '
I Ihsi-i'iav-i HiL'??^otds. Kates.'of tuition:
Primary I'epaf^Bhtt, per fnontli 2 0(
i Intermediate Dlfartment, " 8 0(
I Classical Course,; per montii 4.0(
K.tc i'uli particulars address
J. LL ADDISON, ESO,.,
Chairman Board of Trustees.
II. A. Wm TM Ay, Principal.
; /.. MCCORD. V. W. POSTER
j MCCORD & FOSTER,
i Oi?ico and Warehouse on Campbe'
. Street, between Broad anti Reynoldf
! near the store of Z. McCord, Augusta, Gt
Consignments solicited.^Personal at
i tontion given to business. The instruc
: tiona of consignors proptly obeyed.
Dealer? in IC ve ry Description of
, mmm kum
\ ?ND SUPPLIES !
! i???? Jackson St.,
Tito largest and best assorted stock oi
Glass in the city.
, in bulk, also in boxes of 1 co 5 lbs.
White Lead and Zinc.
.Strictly Puro, made bj'the Kentucky
Lead and Oil Co., which we guarantee as
! good as the best. Also, the well known
? Nassau White Lead and pureFrenoh Zinc
I PREPARED PAINT.
i The celebrated Paint, made by Wads
worth, Martinez it Longman, which
we know to be good.
Pull line nf Paint & Whitewash Brushes
A largo and assorted stock of Colors !n
Oil. Also, Dry Colors.
Whin* Dumar, Coach, Copal, Purniture.
Japan, Asphalt nm, Ac.
Johnson's celebrated Prepared Kaine
mino, all shades.
Linseed Oil, Kaw and Boiled.
A large variety of Locks,
Rim and Mortice Locks.
Surface and Mortice Blind Hinges.
All sises and styles of Door Butts.
Inside Blind Butts, brass and iron.
A line line of Padlocks.
Yale Store Door Locks.
Vale Night Latchos.
Screws in any quantity and every size,
and anything else you want In the Hard
Si???'*, Sash and Rlinds.
Tho largest stock in Augusta, at bottom
ligures. Send for price list.
Balusters, Brackets and Mantels.
And almost anything that can be made
out of wood, wc are prepared to make.
Yellow Pine Lumber.
In any quantity, rough or dressed.
-tTv, We pack and del I vor all of our
goods free of charge.
Thompson & Heindcl,
3IO .MCKM)\ STREET.
Dec. 23,1880. iy4
NO. 1X8 BROAD STREET,
FOR JDITSr GOODS"
140 BROAD STREET
Boots and Shoes !
Nothing So Successful as Success, So Trade of
Last Week Proves!
CA3ST SALES BE REPEATED <?
IT CAN ! IT GAN !
SUCCESS PREPARED FOR THIS WEEK'S OFFERINGS I ANOTHER GREAT
PU RC HASE OF SILKS ! GREAT MARR DOWN SATURDAY !
IF ELEGANT GOODS AT HALF VALUE IS
THEN WILL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS SHOWN T3I8 WJS1X BS BAB
GAINS INDEED ! . "? . . .
NOTHING SO SUCCESSFUL ^SUCCESS ! WE DESCRIBE A FBW ! FOR
EVEfcY ONE DESrjRr?E>rWE SHOW FIFTY.
LOT 784-200 PIECES ALL SILK COLOR^?-RHADAM?S, forty-i?he Shades,
at 35c. per yard. Lot 1,900 153 Pieces of BJ?Biiadames at 75c. per yard. Lot
917-83 Pieces of 26 inch of Black Silk at $1 ?ht 1,314-131 Pieces of Plcsh
Velvet, 69 Shades, at 35c. per yard. Wk
It is no fern losing money. We'd rather makeS ML? But gooda mut be Bold.
Wt*-WS?St-ess?s<4EsBBas*ag*Baaadfo toM mk LL ?jJ rm
now try 35c. 1,300 piecea French Plaid Ufkm SS Will Hull, H Zqj
a bargain at 50c. ' gfi -?\
Tempting Bargains Thii Wee!
1>raptin^Rrgaine This Week]
We offer 200 pieces of Black Trimming Velvet aft'SOc, $1.50 and fl.78.
We offer 100 pieces of Plushes-Plushes fire warranted-ve have then at $1.75
HALF PRICE !
SOO Dozen Children's French Hose at 25c.; 500 dozen Children's Gorman Hose at
35o : 509 dozen Italian Hose, ve-y choice, at 50c.; 10,000 doun American Hose, fox
Children, at 5 and 10c. per pair; 2,000 dozen Gents' English Half Hose at 26c. per
pair; 5,000 dozen of 20 difieren c styles of Gents; German Fancy Half Hose at 29a.
Der pair. We will also continue the sale of Ladies' Merino Vesta at 35c, 50a, 75c.
and $1; all wool, at $.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2, at a discount of 25 par east from fer?
One lot 200 pieces of 44 inch French Chaddas at 50c. a yard; one lot of 54 inch
French Plaids marked down to 50c. per yard; 800 pieces of American Dress Goods al
10c. per yard; 1,000 pieces of English Cbuddas marked down to 15c per yard; 700
gieces of German Crape Clothes marked down to 20c. ? jard; 900 pieces of Chadd**
aratheas and Invisible Stripes marked down to 25c. per yard; 810 pieces of Clan
and Fancy Plaids down to 25c, 35c. and 50c; 600 prices ol American Plaids, last weefc
25c, this week 12J.
Tl-TE LOWEST PRICESEVERMAPE
Ladies' 38 inch Balbriggan Hose at 25c per pair, Solid Colored Paney Stripes at
25c. per pair: German Goode in Fancy at 35c. per pair; Ombre Stripes at 50o. per
pair; Lisle and Silk Hose at 75c. $125 and $1.50 up to 8.50 per pair.
American Cambrics for House Dresses-2,500 pieces, colors warranted, ai Se. per
CARPETS, CARPETS CARPETS !
200 Piecea Body Brussels reduced to 69c. por yard; 55 pieces Alpinsten ?/. 30c
per yard; 39 pieces Tapestry Brussels at 49c. per yard, former price 73c, 2?O pieces
of Curtain Lace, on the floor, at ldc. per yard; 100 pieces on the counter at ide! Mt
yard; 75 pieces high up at 25c and 35c.; Lace Curtains, will dose entire lot at 50a.
on the dollar.
Closing oat Harris Bro's. Iud Gloves-Harris' Best 8 Button st $1.50; Hams4
Beat 2 Button at $l;'(Harris' Seamless Gloves at $L50; Donna-Maria and various-othst
makes at $1 per pair; Harris' 4 Button Gloves at 50c. per pair; Harris' S Batten Kid
Gloves at 25c. per pair. We now keep the Patent Hook Kid Gloves at fl 26? fl.'00,
$1.75 and $2.25 per pair.
00 Pair Slightly Soiled at $1.85 per pair; 600 pair Slightly Tumbled at $100 per
pair; 400 pair in cases at $3.50, $3 up to $20 per pair; 200 pieces of 89 inch Whit*
Flannel, rubbed on the edge a little, at 35c. per yard, worth 73? ; 288 pieces Bed
Flannel, good, at I9c, 25c, 35c. up to 50c; 22 pieces of reel Wekh Flannel at 65c.,
75c. and $1; 1,000 Comfortables at 75c, $1 up to $4.50.
200 pieces of 40c. Table Linen at 25c; 128 pieces of 7** TfiHt PlMUt ll j%. pe
yard; all other Damask 40 per cent, oft
100 Cases of JeanB and Cassimeres, beginning at 8c, Good Wool Jeans 2/5c., Vir?
ginia Calmer**, 70 per cent. Wool, beginning at OOo. up.
1,100 Boxes of 10c. Buchings at lc. each; 500 box? of Silk Ruehisftveioe 75 oss?r
From a broten importer, 1,100 dozer, in cse lot, worth 75c. at 23c; sim 50 znc&efl
long, 27 inches wide. Unlaundried Shirts at 45c. 75c, 86c. 98.
ON THE CENTRE COUNTER.
$4 Plushes at $2.50, $1.25 at 35c, $1 50 Black Cashmere at 98o., 5Co. Black Chad
das at 25c. and 35c Gimps, Fringes and Ornaments 60 per cent of?..
TO LANDLORDS AND TAX PAYERS GENERALLY--THIS WEB* AT
J. B. WHITE & CO.