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Jas. T. Bacon. Thos. J. Adams.
EDITORS.
E. KEESE, Corresponding Editor.
Edgefleld, S. c., December 22, 18*1.
WE SCORN THE IMPUTATION BE
FORE TUE WHOLE STATE,
AND WE KNOW THAT
TUE MEN OF EDGE
FIELD WILL BEAR
IS 0?JT.
Dining the heated discu tions lipon
the general Stock Law bili, in bulb
Houses of our General Assembly,
painful presages and predictions
hive fallen from the lips of many
members of the opposition in regard
to the baleful political results that
would How from the passage of this
Act. .T^hee.e gentlemeu have men
tioned nc particular counties; but il
any one. i magines or says that th>
loyalty. ofthe citizens of Edgefield
Couuty to the Democratic party
could be a fleeted by this or any other
legislation which is for the benefit ol
tba whole State, then we scorn the
imputation, and we know the men of
Edgefield will hear us out. A large
and very respectable party in our
county will have to sacrifice not only
their opinions but their ^interests.
And being true sons of old Edgefield,
and scions of pure old Edgefield
blood, they wdl be capable of tLe
sacrifice-capable of any sacrifice lor
the salvation of South Carolina-ca
pable of any sacrifice for the unity oi
the Democratic party-capable ot
any sacrifice to prevent the re-pro?
tration of the native white man un
der the heel of the carpet-bagger and
the negro. No, the allegiance ol the
waite inen of Edgefield ro ihe Demo
cratic party depends not upon the
success of this, or that, or the other
measure.
And as regards the Stock Law it
sell, it* will emphatically prove itse'l
to be the poor man's law. It will
lower rents, increase incomes and les
seri expenses. The crops planted
will be gathered. With this law, the
fields which now lie idle will be cul
tivated, tLe lands tor which there is
now no market will become valuable.
All classes and conditions will be
b njfitted. lt has been said that men
would be injured,yes,ruined. How ?
The question has not been answertd.
But we judge of the effects by tLe
causes which produce them. Tte
3ame cause must always produce the
same effect. Is the question before
us the only instance in which tide
rule is not tine ? Surely not. When
ever the law has been tried, it has
proved a success; good results havt
followed in every way. This bein?
the case, may we not take it foi
granted that the future will be as tl?
past? The evils which the opponents
of this law ?ay must follow its pas
sage, are imaginary only. They art
not supported hic-t};^-*^**"^.*hp. .hi^.
' 7\% ?a-i iwp'P* l?m
rnvvmrnMSM THE LEG
MATURE FORjTHE LAST
TEX DAYS
The state Government to Cost
Next fear, Six Hundred and
Eighty-Seven Thousand,
Six Hundred and For
ty Dollars, and
Fifty fems.
The General Stock Law Bili Becuuiei
a Lav.', and Edgetield Will Han
To Build No Dividing Fence.
O' Monday the 13th, Mr. John
atone, of Newberry, Chairman of thc
Committes on Ways and Means, re
ported the appropriation bill, and cn
Monday night, the Housi? passed said
bill to a third reading.
In its punted to m, it appropria
ted $095,640.50 for the ordinary ex
penses of the State Government, but
amendments ci.t it down to ?687,
C40 50.
The appropriation for assisting
militia companies was changed from
"to unform themselves,'' to, "to main
tain their organization," and was cut
from $12,000 to $5,000.
The salary of the Attorney Gen
era!, was cut fiom $2,300 to $2,100,
aid $1,000 instead of $2,000appro
priated "for expe-nses of litigation."
Mr. Simpson, of Anderson, moved
to strike out the 810,00 for the main
tenance of schools of the S. C. Uni
Varsity, and was backed by Mr. Tal
bert, of Edgefield, and opposed by
Messrs. Haskell. Verner and Mur
ray. The section was sustained hy
a vote of TH to 32.
The palary of chaplain of the pen
itentiary was cut from $000 to $500,
and of the clerk from $1,200 tc $1,
003. The appropriation for purchas
ing lan i for the penitentiary was in
creased from $2,500 to $5,500.
The fippropriations are :
Executive Department, $53,309,
including Governor's salary, $3,500;
Frivate Secretary $1,500; Messen
ger $400; contingent fund,$4,000; sta
tiner/, etc , $1?:*>0-Lieutenant G'ov
e nor. $1,000-Secretary of State,
$2.100; derk, $1,500; .-onfingsnt,
B.c., $425-Comptroller General, $2,
100; clerks, $3,000; contingent, etc.,
$150-Treasurer, $2,100: clerks, (3)
$4,500; contingent, etc., $750-Sup't
of Education, $2,100; clerk, $1,200,
contingent, etc., $1.450-Ad j't and
Inspector Gen'l, $1,200; armorer,
purchase of equipments, etc., $3,100.
Judicial Department, $03,050, in
duding $4,000 for Chief, and $3,500
erm for Associate Justices; S Judges
nit $3,500 each, and S Solicitera at
$1,502 each.
Health Department, $0.050
Tax Department, $22 200, includ
ing $10,200-for Auditors and $2,000
for books for Anditots and Treas
urers. I
Srvi'ri Carolina University' $12,
500
Penal and char?t?ble institutions,
$128.783, including $19,000 for the
penitentiary, $12,500 ?or . the . deaf
dumb ?lid blind Asylum, and the
balance for the Lunatic Asylum.
$2,000 was " appropriated for the
Agricultural and'Mechanical Soc'ety;
$800 ?tor the Catawba Indian?; $3,450
tor salary and expenses of Railroad
Cummistiomr and Clerk (to be re
funded when paid up by the roads,)
and $280 for deficiency in the York
town appropriations.
$398,539 is appropriated to pay
interest "on the State "debt, including
the Agricultural College fund.
The A ppropriat Iou Bill in the Senate.
Callison Vote-* Against the University.
Tue Seuate passed the general ap
propriation bili to^its third reading
lessening the Lunatic Asylum ap
propriation nine thousand dollars
and slightly amending it otherwise.
The University appropriation was
sustained by^a vote of twenty-eight
to three, Senators Perry, Muller and
.-'allison voting against it. Both the
Republicau^seuators advocated and
voted for it.
Mr. Callison is an honest and an
able'man, and we honor him highly
for his long, unwavering, persistent
and effective fight against all unnec
essary offices and all iucrea^e of tax
ation. But in oppofcihg what is com
monly called "higher education,"
Mr. Callison, in our opinion, is wrong.
The aid is not asked for the purpose
of building np an in-titutiou for the
r.ch, but for every youth in the S'ate;
to meet the wants of the four hun
dred youths scattered tbiough other
States seeking the higher education
which, alas ! South Carolin* cannot
afford to give them. We are r joiced
that the Assembly of South Carolina
refused to weigh (or one moment the
nnney consideration involved in this
matter. The truth is, there is nod -
ing in the statement that the tax will
be increased in order to make ?m
appropriation. The tax last year
was 5 raille,, aud now, with a smaller
appropriation, an increased taxable
property, how c??a tb ?re be an in
creased burden upon >6 the people '?'
The State owe? it to the youth to meet
this dem md, especially as it is sim
ply asked to supplement an already
large investment in the appliances
f?r education in order to make them
efificient to meet the wants which are
forced upon UP.
The Stock Law Passes the Senate.
At the night session ol the Senate
on Fiiday la3t, the Stock law passed
its third reading, and was sent to the
House after lurther amending the
bill so as to exempt Chesterfield and
' Orangeburg Counties from the opera
; tioufi of the law until October 1, 1K82.
This exemption was extended to Ai
ken County, exceptiug the townships
* o Schultz and Silverton and so much
; ol H iinmondj ae lies ..between tht
Hamburg road and .the Savat.nah
R.v'er from the benefits ol the e.xenip
"J tion.j?ojl^n.ou ?iri jot?J*>#o i??
-? ?ht.7,''ix--ln|ali the other ooiintfS
Trie Consolidated Hoads.
The bill presented by Mr. Cillison
fjr ihe consolidad n ol the A thin tn
and French Broad Valley liailroai
i Companyjwith the Aiken and Tren
ton Ka'lroad Company has pays ?1 i.L<
Senate, and will, presumably, meei
with no opposition in the lin se.
The Election f.aw and the Hui?road
Bill.
These two great measures la-ioij
* still under discussion, we will wait
it^tl our next- issue to give theil
status.
A Cruid Corp-e.
A-? r-gardi the repeal of the Lien
Law, the measure is a cold eorps>i
And we are gla 1 to an "ounce the
fiCt.
Arts Recently Halloed.
On Saturday last, amid a boat ol
oth-rs, the following acts were ratified:
An Act to provide artificial limbs
for all soldiers of the State who lost
their leg* or arms, or who have been
permanently disabled in their legs
or arm , during military service in
fie years 1861-02-03-04-05, and
who have not been supplied tinder
former Acts of the General Assem
bly.
An Act to allow the Srate Super
intendent of E Incition to u*e $1,500
of the sum received from the Ch-i -
leston Charitable Asriociition of the
S ate of South Carolina for the bene
fit of the free 6ohool find, for the
purpose of com? nc ti rig Normal Inst i
tute i during the y eat 18S2.
An Act to punish any person or
persons who ssa!I sell or dispose ol
any p ^rsonal property on which a
mortgage of any kind may exist
, without the written consent of thp
mortgage.
An Act to require owners ?ind
keepers of toll bridges within the
State to keep sufficient light or lights
by night on Faid bridges so as to en
able persons traveling to see their
way over said bridges.
An Act to establifh nod charter
McDaniel's Ferry, on Savannah Hiv
er, in Iv?gefield County.
An Act to regulate the licr-:isiiig
o' physicians and surgeons.
An Act entitled "An Ad to juo
vide punishment for wilful or mali
cious injury lo bridges on public
roads."'
An Act for the j revend?n ol cru
elty to animals.
The Legislature Adi mme From the
Twentieth ol' Decemher lo the
F le ven ttl ol'Jami nry and tinet
to Atlanta to Behold the
(?rest Exposition.
On yesterday, Tuesday, the Gener
al Assembly adjourned until the 11th
of January, and started in a body to
visit the great Exposition in Atlanta.
This trip is made in response to a
cordial invitation from Director Gen
eral Kimball. Governor Hagood and
other officials accompany the Legis
lative party. They will remain in
Atlanta two rlayB probably, and will
there meet the two houses of the
Ken ucky Leg'slatnre round-trip tick
ets-from Columbia to Atlanta and
back-are placed at the remarkably
low figure of $3 f>0.
THE ANWAL METHODIST ?0.\
FEREKCE.
The South Carolina Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South,
convened ita ninety-sixth session at
Union the 14th. The first session was
held in Charleston in February, 1787,
three years after the organizion of
the Church in Baltimore. The mem
bership of the Conference at its first
session numbered fiOO; it. now num
l)9rs46 618.
Bishop Pierce called the Confer
ence to order and Rev. W. C. Power,
secretary of the last conference, call
ed the roll, and 90 clerical and l-l
lay delegates answered to their names.
The Conference is composed of I??i
clerical and 8G lay dwlejatep. Rev.
W. C. Power was re-elected secreta
ry, and Pi?v. W. D. Kirkland and
John 0. Wilson, assistants. Revs.
0. A. Darby. D. D., S. Lander, D.
D., H. F. Chriety.berg and W. A.
Rogers were chosan statistical secre
tarle.". The usual committees weie
appointed. The Conference present
ed a fine appearance. The preacheiB
were well dressed and showed signs
of being weill fed, notwithstanding
the cry of hard times on account cf
the drought..
The JVext State Ticket?
Already through the buloke of leg
islation and the noise of the conflict
ot' opioiotron various measured.?can
ba heard faint rumors of ihe compo
sition of the State ticket. So far ft r
Governor, Gens. Kennedy and Brat
ton are prominently spoken of, with
hints ol' a dirk horse. For secretary,
the presenr. incumbent will have the
opposition of Col. J. N. Lipscomb,
Capt. Dick Howard, of Marion, amt
Capt. Rice, of Barnwell. Tbe names
spuken of in connection with the
ofiice of attorney-general are very
numerous. Col. Ed. McCrady and
Col. C. R. Miles of Charleston,Col. .T.
C. Haskell of Richland, Col. John R.
Abney of Edgefield, Mr. Jas. Aldrich
of Aiken, and Mr. Y. J. Pope of New
berry, are most prominently men
tioned. There will, in all probabil
ity be no opposition either to Col. H.
S. Thompson as superintendent ol
Education, or tieri. Maniganlr. as ad
jutant general, or Col. John P. luch
ar son as ?State treasurer. Captain
W. A. Stoney is very generally men
tioned for comptroller-general, and
his ability and long experience in the
office are used as. strong arguments
in his favor. Ue haB made many
friends, who will at the right time
urge his claims to th is position. Cen.
Gray, of Greenville, is up to this
time the only other-name prominent
ly spoken of in connection with this
oUce.-Columbia Correspondence ol
News and -~*f~~r^>-~*
? sc. Tnt: FARM.-Th? ?Sa
luda Argus cays : '.'The present year
which has terminated so disastrously
to farming interests, bas caused man)
sm*li farmers who have been engag
ed in planting on meir own accouul
to seek a living in oilier kinds nf la
bor. The railroads and phos] hat?
works have attracted nu in bei s of thc
coloied ol' this class. Large num
bers who have been regular wage.'
hinds luve also sought these mort
lucrative fields nf industry, ll ii
continue, without other sources o
supply, it promises to work nt least
local defections in this claps ol labor.'
MALE ASH FEMALE COLLEGES -
The Columbia Yeoman s-ty s : There
are in South Carolina, as sb?.vn hy
thf report o! the State Superintend
ent of E location, 17 male and le
mah? colleges. Of these Abbeville
has two, Andtrson one; Charleston
two; Greenville lo ir; Newberry orie;
Spaitanburg one; Richland two; York
one. Five of the.^e institutions are
for males. One of thc latter is for
colored students. In them are em
ployed i-'G instructors, and the num
ber of pupils is .set down at 1,810.
The John P. King Manufac uring
Company, of Augusta, with a capital
of one million dollars, will be organ
ized December 28 The stock has
been subsctibed-over four hundred
thousand dollars in Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, and the bal
ance in Augusta. This makes nearly
three million dollars subscribed for
cotton mills in Augusta inside ol
three years. All the mills have mide
over 14 per cent, on their ca pi til
! within the hst yew.
On Monday last Mr W. W Fripp,
principal of the public school? in
Beaufort, severely chastised Jacob
Bythewood the little son of the Rev.
R F. Bythewood. The hov is of a
very delicate organism and waj taken
with convulsions from which he has
suffered with but little intertn'saion
ever sine?, and at times his life ha'
been despaired of. Be is not vet f ll'
of danger and s fatal termination
may yet ensue. Mr. Fripp, h?s been
suspended by the board ol' trustees.
The President's recommend-tl ?on to
rc-build the navy is well enough, if
the money so appropriated waa sure
of being employed lor that pu.pose.
TInder Grant's administration more
than ^500,000,000 were appropriated
and the navy was nearly extinguished.
MissDivis, the daughter of Ibo
President of the late Confederacy, is
a tall young woman, with dark hair
and eyes, an extremely pale face, and
an expression of intense reserve.
An ex-consul o!' Great Britain,
says the Brooklyn Eagle, related
that Mr. Charles Townsend, Bedalia,
Mo., was cured of rheumatism of the
worst kind by St. Jacobs Oil.-TM?
dianapofis (Jud.) Sentinel.
South Carbina.
No State in 'he Son^ wiso bela
bored and befouled-s> ouaged by
robbers-so disgraced by g?rance
and general rascality Rs xs South
Carolina in the rn.rxtaab|dayB o!
Republican rule.
And it is true ^ffeSkate has
made such surprising^prfl-esB, all
things considered, sinc\ fr happy
deliverance frojn the thves and
negroes. Governor Hn.,o<, in hi?
late message, shows thso'ye \3 still
steadily improving. ha bonded
de.bt is given at $6,0w|; The
State is shown to be grow.n jn p0p:
ulatior. The Charleston fi wrier
not es the fact that there if surplus
in the treasury, and a p-^ective
State tax ol' "tess than fourRnd
that to appreciate the ho%y and
wisdom of t he State, the e^nses ol
the State Government at?is than
the amount paid in intension the
debt, and that the approprl onP for
schools with the int rest or^e debt
arnon ul lo more than tbfei'jmus aa
much ur the expenses of \? State
Government. These are M pgnrea,
and they arc instructiveSpared
with the rate of expendflW when
carpet-baggers rule i : ?JJ
X. State Government.. .$-> O'! 0
li. Interest.??1,539
' 3. Schools.....'4)000
- A ni/nata- J'j'vi'i?nu frws.
OofldP. drinkers should rsw? adver-:
tisomont ?fi Hiiothnr cid?? headed
Good Coffee.
NOTICE.* !
NOTICE is heroin' Kiven&xBe un
dersigned will apply discharge
as Execnlor under Lbe wi 0f Mary
Mills, deceased, on tfifc 22d dv "?. Ja?rr?
arv, 1SS2. O KO. B. &LL8,
Dec22l it (r nor.
NOTICE.
? ScHoor, COMMISSION KR'S I wv K< )
Enop.KrKi.n C. ll., DecJ^?gg|j)
npHK general examination,,. appll
A cants tor Te.aeb..rs' grade <>ertili
cutes, j' >t Kdgetield County l'orbe yea'.
]H>??. will i?e held at KdgeHettr;, H/nj
the lb th ?wing days, vi/.:
Fur while applicants, Kridnydanuai\
issi. ..- """T
I'.ij- colored applicants, Satthjay, jan
nary 7, 1SS.2.
Tide pu'dic school* will opetjn Edge
field County tile H;h dav Jaunaft^flfQ.
.1 '.?2 2'. I. W. EI DSG X, H. R, ( >.
Mortgagee's ?^e,
State of South Callina
EDGE FIE LD CO ?Sry.
Iyy virtu* nf a mortgage >?\\\ by n
J C. Witr ui >>. M. Stone ?V.'(J,m date
tho 2?tli ?liiy nf March, issi, I ??ii pr(
coed to sal at the residency W. <
Wiitin Edgetield County, on Ved ne;
day, tho 4th day nf January, {$2, tl;
following mortgaged prop arty u? wi
One twenty-four inch .Sweep f^?^fVrH Se|
orator (mounted.) ?nd oneftOSKyOulU
Gin. Terms-CASH. *f
De?? 22-Htc . W. If. Ol : / I % Ag?t.
1EaliTI/i
i Direct Importation.
PERUVIAN GUAty)
I [Dirac' from th? Agantof lil? ?ernvii
Government, j
j FISH GUANO, ii and Mf?r , t AL-HUIII
j NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLANTER
SOU TH CAROLIN.^
fiKOCM) PM035PIIA.TI
(Fine Ground and high gra-,. j
FOR SALE I!V
KERR'S WHARP,Jj
Cf IAK LEST O IV, S &).
ri'ec22-3m W
TO LADIES Oil!
Tn K siiliscrilier a-;
offers for sulo a tract o-f in?9U
dred and seventy-three acres olltho Vt
Lest pino laud (clay loiindaU?ti) all
forest, situated within two hides
Johnston and one milo nf the I tai I rc
helow. If not sold soon, will then s
i tiree linmlred nr I h ru? hundred a
thirty acree of thu saw limiter, and th
thu wood le fi.
De.".':! 2t. s. S. TOMPKINS
SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
ON Tuesday, UM |ft:li div of I.una
next, at li r?VI ?ck A. M., ho h
adjacent io Ute Depot nf Ihn Aurista ai
II ii'? v ville Railroad ut 1? rn's Mini
(nowMcCormick's}in Abbwill- cnn
ty, S. C, will ici s >kl al public oitcry
ihe bitfhest hldder. A map of th? pren
bes to ha sold will hn exhihitnd at tl
sale The President nf the ll td h
promised a ?pe dui train upon tat df
from Augusta and intermediate .tatioi
to th-: M i HON Cor lite ?nvommod M^KI
persons desiring to attend the sa*;.
TERMS: Out-half cash, balan* nu
credit ol'twelve m uiths with at'-re
secured hy h ?nd and mortgage, .
Purchasers tn pav fur papers.
J. S. OOTHR X,
Agent for O IT. MK^iiulafc,
Dec 22-41
5,000 YOUNG AF>L1
TR Kl S FOR SALK
2 and :t years nhl, ? t > 7 feel npj-h
?hockley, *
Rr<J .Inn?*,
Vcilow Hr*.i*
ami twenty rive other varieties.
IJH'OIIIC Peai* Tree,
t >ur feet high, price oil els.
Wild ftoose PFHIH,
DcCaeadeaiii P!tiu
Ever hearing ifliill?rr>
Tree?, Are., Ac.
Address
W. K. NELSON,
PROPRIETOR GEORGIA NU ESR Y
AUGUSTA, GA.
Dec 22- 't. .:
y it
ll LU.
A Complete Stork o
AG KICV LTURAL 1M PLEMN'jh,
PLANTATION IlAflvV?RE,
BUILDERS'. HARDWARE
i !A lt PENTERS' TOOLS,
ULACKSMITHS
MACHINISTS'
We are also i he Sole Agenlfor^Me
ro RM ICE REAPERS, MO^US and
HELP BINDERS, M ON ARC EN
?JINKS, MIAMI POWDER, nPFALO
S''A LES, etc.
All prices guaranteed.
Hones, Dougherty ?Co.,
Hardware Merchants, Angin, O?.
June 7, 1RS1. If 27
THE HUMAN LIER'S
SALVATION ! ! !
Numerous voluntary it i tn < >
niais ami largely inercas?sales
provo that PENNS'BITER'S
-the Creates! Liver Mjieine
of the Age-is rapidly Wrung
ils way as the snre and npln
Salvation ol the ilumaniver.
For all Dyspeptic Disen,*
Try
PENN'? BITTES 1 !
Dr. Jas. J. Seiner
Surgeon Dentist,
w ILL practice in tho (Nines .?f
KDGEFIELD and AIKEN.
Orders for work of any kindj |jfo
linn will receive prompt nttentloi
Post Oftlceaddress: JOUNSTON, C,
June \?>, 1881.
Notice of Final Discharge.
ON the 10th day of January next. W.
K. II. notler will apply to the Pm
bate Judge of Ediretield ('ouuty for a fi
nal settlement anddischarge as Guardian
of Margaret bia Porter.
?lee. R-r.t
A PLEASENT RESIDENCE
TO BENT
AT TRENTON?. A LARGE GARDEN
and PLENTY FINE FRUIT.
Applvto J. M. WISE,
oct. 20-tf. at Charleston, S. 0.
rryT? "V" \ ?1! T E*^* S1FTW? s
JL XLj iViiLO I A weekly -l--e.il
nmn paper, contains every week a vol
ume of reliable inform?t on about Texas.
Exactly what intending immigrants, far
mers, clerks, mechanics and capitalist
want. Snhser?ptinn price, $2 a vero
SWEKT A KNOX, Austin Texas
A
ALL parlies indebted to the under
signed are urgently reqnesied to
come forward at once and pav same by
tho 1st. of January, as my books must be
strengthened by that time in order to hc
srin (he coming season,
d 8-.1t WM. ?'. KERN AO H A N.
TO RENT.
splendid DWELLING HOUSE, in
_ ?rood repair, with lour moms, ami
lire place in each mom. flood ronni for
servants, convenient out. houses. Int ami
extensive vegetable garden Plcntv of
wood near residence free Situated in
the incorporate limits of EdgefieM Vil
latre. Terms reasonable
Dec 15-:?t MRS. M E. OR AY.
Notice of Final Discharge.
?\TOTIOE is herebv ?iven tiiat the un
dersigued. will apply to the .Ind ge
of Probate for Edeefield County, on Sat
urday, the 7th January, 1882, for a final
discharge as administrators of the estate
of John w- Laerrone. d-eeased
- RAM'L M. SMITH, F.xeeutor.
APKT.INK P. IJA<?HONK. Executrix.
December nth, 1881.-[dee 8-f>t.
FAIR WARNING.
HAVING suffered from the depreda
tions of persons bunting, rishinii
and stealing on nur land', we hcrebv
Ki ve legal notice, and warn all persons
from hunting, fishing, stealing, or enter
ing upon or passing through our land'<
11 or premisos for anV purpose whatever
We are determined to enforce the law
against ai) trespassers.
KonERT T. BRM.,
dec22-at O L. DonsoN.
To Rei t fbr 1882.
WILT* lu routed at public outnrv, a
Eilgelield G. H., nh-the' first Mon
day In January next, the lands belong
ing lo the estate of '?. M. Glover,.de
ceased, rent to be secured by note, an?
?len upon crop.
FRANCIS E. GLOVER,
Administratrix, and others, Legatees,
per.I. I.. Ai>oiso>\ Attorney.
Deeernbor 14.-[dee. l'i-.'lt.
Good, and No Mistake
TRK ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
THE CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
THi: FRESH COUNTRY?tiCTTBR.
THE N. O. and OURA SY;RUP3.
THE TEA and CREA M HUCK ER*
For sale at low prices by
D. R. DURISOE,
At. the S duda Ibnise.
dec. If. if.
tn
THOMPSON
ANO
HEIJYDEL
Deafer* I? Kwiy DruerlptltiH ot
?Illili MATIMUA
AND SUPPLIES !
3fi? Jackson St..
Angu?n, V
WINDOW "GLASS.
The largest and best assorted stock
Glass in the city.
lay
in
nf
ad
-ll
ml
I" bulk, also in l>oxes of 1 in fi lbs.
Wbit?riiead and Zim
strictly Fin e, 'made bv the Kenuid
Lead ?nd oil v.,, which'we guarantee
good as tim beet Also, I be well k nov
Nassau Whilo Lead and pin e Frennh '/A
PREPARED PAINT.
The celebrate?! Paint, made by Wail
worth, Martinez (v langman,* which
W? I: now lo be gnni I.
CM
BfiKB.'SBBDv*.
? ! Full line nf Paint At, Whitewash Rr il dil
;';? COLORS.
A large and assorted stock of Colors
Oil. Also, Dry Colors.
V/lRftlsHE*.
nf j WuilO 1 >arnar, Coach, Copal, Furnitur
-'upan, Aephaltum, dre.
li A. LS tiffi B il E.
JohliHon's eolebrated Prepared Kulsi
minn, all shades.
OIL.
Linseed Oil, Raw and Moiled.
Builders' Hardware.
A large variety of Locks.
Rim ami Mortice Lurks.
Kiirface and Mortice Blind Hinges.
All sizes and styles of Door Ruits.
Inside RHnd Rutts, brass and iron.
A line line of Padlocks,
fain .Store Door Looks.
Yale Night Latches;
Screws in any quantity ami every ?ixfl
and anything 11st- yon want, in the "Hard
ware line.
Doora, S:\nh and Blind*.
The largest stock in Augusta, al holton
ligare?. Send for prii-o Hau
Balusters, Brackels and Mantel*
And alun?! anything that can be made
out of wood, we ure prepared lo make.
Vd low B?iiit* Lumber.
In any quantity, rough oj- dressed.
-ifcv We pack ami deliver all of our
goods free of charge.
Thompson & IfeiiHlel.
3IO JACKSON STREET.
Dec. 28, 1880. ]y4
lu Hosts of Families
311ers Stomach Riders is as much
regarded HS K household necessity ?,s su
gar or colline. The mason of this is that
years of experience have proved il tn be 1
perfectly reliable in those cases nf einer- '
gency where n prom pl and convenient
remedy is demanded. Constipation, ||v.
jr complaint, dyspepsia, indigestion and
Hoer troubles are overcome by if.
For salo by all Druggists and Dealers
generally.
rHE most Kolinble place tn gel Roots
Shoes and HarJ in Augusta isa! '
.I W. RIGSRY'S
847 Broad Street,
I One door bv&low Bones, Brwn & Co.
rHENOVELTY SAWMILL
Tho lng remains stationary, the Saw
travelling t li rough LL
25 PER CENT. OP POWER SAVED*
A. TEN HORSE ENGINE DRAWS A
50 INCH SAW WITH EASE. .
jar Write for circulars.
O. M. STONE A CO J Gen'l Ag?s,
nov2l-lm. Augusta, Qa.
J. N. ROBSON & SON,
nMOA mum
-ANDI) K A L ERS IN
FERTIL IZ EUS,
IM KAST BAY.
^.?.CHARUXTOX, .November ?), 1881.
At the commencement of another bus
iness year we acknowedge with pleasure
the patronage an t confidence of our
planting friends.
ROBSOV'S COTTON AND CORN FER
TIKA'/. V. R, RO BSD ISPS COM 1' O ? X D
ACID PHOSPHATE, have given very
general satisfaction. Onr Cotton and
Com Kerlili/.er isof the highest standard
lt. contains amoru; other valuable ingre
dients :> per cent, of Ammonia, li per
cent, nf Potash. IA per cent, of available
Phosphate. Having heen among the
first to introduce < j nano in this State, we
tan confidently refer to our planting
friends that during the Kerie* of years we
have sold them Manures we have always
given a pure article. Every Manure is
testeil. We lier the alx>ve Fertilizers
for cash, lime nr. cotton.
Planters ordeiing immediately will lie
allowed to the 1st of April to decide
which they prefer, cash or time. An or
eer for a carload of ten tons will be sent
free ol' ?1 ravage, 'br a less amount $1 per
ton will be charged. nov24 3m.
Gr. B.
O-IBSOJSI'S
BRAIN TRANQUILIZER,
nf
This Remedy offers a Safe Cure for
Epilepsy. Fits, Convulsions, Incipient
Coma, Paralysis, Nervous Debility,
Brain Excitement. Insanity In
forms, and ali cases where
the Brain or Nervous
System has been
Disturbed,
rt tranquilizes th* Brain, and remove;
disorders of olmpinto standing. It re
stores 'he mino, r< move? Nervousness
freds new power, mees up the Brain, In
vitro rates Digestion and the Genera
Health, and imparts strength to the AX
hausied Mentid :?"d Physical organs
??fan II featured only hy
WM- A - GIBSON
liliana mr.
Corner cf King ?nil Quean Streets,
fri I ARMATON; K. C.
Price per Holl?. Tim Dollar?.
W. A. I* i Icon, Esq., Di u-iui-t. Charlei
ton, S C.- -Dear, /dr: Sine:- my dauul
1er LOOK Hie fi rsl duse ol' \-eir oieilleir
von sen' 1" !', ehe lias nul h id one fi
Before DIM. sire use?.! (/. lime tiipm evet
day, nt' fW? dh*, and its in my as twi
Ihren, si ? and ?due a day, f??rjthe pa
eight years Words caoi>-t express ot
loy and delight, over, the wfiiflerfnl a
tion of your medicine lin her whole sy
tem. We cheerfully reci.ni'iieiid ibo
aitlie.ted i . trv it.
Mas ?'. Il -SKI.IiKN. Ad.mis Run.
Mr. Wm. A. Gibson, Drou-risr., Chark
t* lon, S. C. Hear Sir: V??nr medicine h
' acted like :> charm mi tnv son, who ii
been alllieted willi Epileptic Kits for ov
six years. The in ed id nul effect h
been" a source of joy and happiness,
he has not bad one in ??ghi months.
If. M. MACWOOD.
No. .! Franklin st., Charleston, S. C,
Mr. Wm. A Gibson, Druggist, Corr
King and tineen St.*.: This is lo certi
that m v wife has hean suffering for yen
with Epileptic Kits to such an exteiittl
( could never leave her alone withou
great, deal of anxiety. Many times
ha<l to leave her in charge ?if my'sto
but UOt until I would administer to ll
a dose of your medicin?, that 1 wm
?Ssl ,'", !r ^ x*^^ Ali'?, t11 ftff?^hg
Anir win lit j nsej.he remedy I oonah
it a balm t her. and advint any one w
sn (mrs from Nervousness or Epilep
Pits lo usn if, at oncean?! be restored
health. GUSTAV JACOBY,
octSi7-.ini. ICing?t, Charleston, S. C
/. MC'<mn. K. w ROST?
MCCORD & FOSTER
COTTON FACTORS
--AND
Office and Warehouse on Cam pb
Street, between Broad and Reynol
near the store of Z. MeCord, Augusta <
Consignments solicited. Personal i
ten tion given to business. The lnstrn
lions nf consignors proptly obeyed.
sept-IMm
E. R. SCH????R;
WHOLESALE AM RETAI
- ORA I. RR IX
LIQUORS,
FINE WINE?.
HAVANNA CIGAR!
MINERAL HATERS, ETC.
COI AND 80? BROAD STREE1
AIW TOTA, ?A.
Sept. 2?.i-.Stn
WITH ? iOiroil
1 OO ACRES orland, moro or leu
.f-.^" lying on Blair's Road, about.
miles iron? Greenwood and Augusta R
K adjoining lands ,,? Mrs. Martin
Holmes ami others. One third of thu
land iiuiler cultivation. Gold lu consid
erable Miiantitics ar.) indicated from spec
i linens lound For terms apply to
R. G. Al. DUNG VANT.
Real Estate Agent, Kdgelield, 8. C.
Aug 18-If
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
T2 Q AAPR.I5S 0P LAN1>-150 OP
, which is cultivated, and is
good cotton and grain land, with branch
bottoms. This tract is situated three
miles from Doro's Gold Mine, one quar
ter ol a milo from th? Greenwood and
Augusta Railroad, and two miles from
prohable depot on sai-i road. Dwelling
house and two cabins. For terms <*?.
?PPly to R. C. M DON O VANT
Real Estate Agent, Kdgelield. C. H S C
oct. ?iO-11. ' ' ' '
J, P. WEATHERSBEE.
t
101!) and 1021
.HIST BELOW I'PP KR MAP" ^
AUGUSTA, ?A.,
WI LL soil you DRY GOODS, iTS
SHOES ami BOYS CLOTHING*
at lower ligures dian you eau buy them'
at any other place, and
GROCERIES
at ligures to snit tho HARD TIMES
MAAI*?]?^1.6 cara nf TRANSIENT
xi,' keoI' H No 1 hibloand fur
nish good rooms, for about, half the mst
?it lim other hotels.
a-wi?5I-L K,VV2 r,,? COMBINATION
STORK ,f. p. WEATHERS BK P.
Sept 22 jan 1
NOTICE
[ u,u!:l\ "*?hmK? "?tel (Salud,
nil, il j tf?? I,r?I)e, t.V in country or
1 chea,. I have horses and mu??, for
a le exchange for milch now*, or lieef
idV. ',' ii sxr V",""s lo rent- 1 ?.? con
?Uent hat Hotel can he nani for In 2, or
t least :, years, under proper manage
WHAT BANCROFT HAS DONS
FOR COLONIAL HISTORY
WHITE
TTAS DONE FOR UNIVERSAL ECO VOM Y, whHi ls only the ^nnA"?.?.f
lenoed, may seem to hanni, lint tho mind reverts io
WHITE'S
The monument of industry, the brilliant creation of bis banda, whose halls radi
ant wi h KSlity. aw dally throned with patrons paying homage ?o the shrine
of gmL Blithe midst the il in of bargains, to the variety and splen
did asaortmenf of line go?ds tor the festal holidays now arriving.
Surprising Bargains literally 'without regard to cost! Rxtraordinary Rediieilona
throughout the whole Department. ! ?
AXJGU8TA
K_7
Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS STORE!
AUGUSTA'S
WHOLESALE and RETAIL SHOE STORE!
J. B. WHITE & CO.
724 Broad and 725 Ellis Streets,
JOB DRY GOODS!
J. B. WHITE & (SO.,
740 BROAD STREET
Boots and Shoes!
?QC-, nnn worth of Drv Goods and Kino Shoes will be offered during the nextThlr
, ^-i??t^?rarisimt?^w Pri?es; ?45,000 worth of Black and Colored Dress Silks,
9SSl!ySS^^Jk ?ff.?* worth of Fine Dress Goods and Novelty
5 1 -p^v lis SJ worth Olrenlam, Dolmans, Cloth Cloaks and Shawls; |21.000
itation Laces, F
.ii Corsets, Jet Tri
f\$2.VW0 Wortl
er
i>
ira
tal
t ai
.1*
re,
ie,
i,A and Domestic of every Kimi;. ?< ?,wu T?
SiiLadies'. Ging and (ghlrn,, .n nil sizes an
(Vn^iirw ln-trie TfliiHj|ajraLes. ; i Tte ladies ol A
ler/f elegant Stock ol SHOES at the Leaders
CONFIDENCE-If we can im
lt
press the public with the Tact that our stead v
rule and practice is to conduct the DRY GOOD* and SHOE BUSINESS noon ,nrln
ciplss that will secure and merit confidence. ^ prin
Another great stride forward will be made by the leaders. Our success has baan
obtained hy a persistent and e-ruest desire to please by reliable qualities at a ti-red
but low price. We intern! making this success Mi l greater, we have the facilities
fur so doini;. .???
WITH HALF MILLION CAPITAL. TOGETHER WITH THREE BPVR-R?
IN HINTON, NEW YORK AND BELFAST, WE ARE IN A POSITION-T
QLiJi K LY SRC1TKE AND IIA Pl PLY DISTRIBUTE TBE MAMMOTHmara
tn-' I ?rt Y HOODS AND SHOK*?. T??i?s?K,K
DEPEND ON" IT,
WILL LE AB!
DOWN ! DOWN! DOWN ?
2Sr? r^rK^'KO?AI)|:,)SI,'KS-^obonKhtalin? to sell at $3 50, now
?J < 1 U SI 50; we bought, a Hue to sell at $2 5?, n..w |l; we Ixmght a line to sell at
|2, now ?.?..: we bought a line io sell at $1 f,o, now ?In. dut this is not the only liar
gani. We haye SOO pieces of Black Silk; v H have500 pieces of Colored Surah Silks
Rhadainese Silks, Marvelle Hi i ks; 11.1 pieces of Black Silks at II TS now ll? 128
pieces of Colored all Silk Bundi al 85c, row SR?? !ij pieces of Rhadamcse Silk
bought to sen at fl 50, now ?5 : 50 pieces of Satin, bought to sell at $1, now LO- &7
pieces ot W atorad Moire intended to sell at jd, now 50c; SOU vards of Watered Wo
ire S2 50,now ll 2..; J8 pieces "f Black Silk at $2 25, now 1 50; 15 piecesTof Black
Silk fitton, now 35c; 1:1 pieces oft olored Moire at 1 25. now 75c; 500 vards of Satin
Plaid Rhadamese at 2 50, now I! MO yards of Satin Plaid Marvel ie at 125 now 50c
1 here is also 400 yards of Silk Plush at 4 00, now 2 50; lil pieces of English Plush ai
.1 50, now I 75; 75 pieces of Plu>h Velvet at 1 00, now SSC. .
BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES.
75 pieces of$l fin Cashmere at 05c.; $i 25 Cashmere at Sic; $i is Cammer? at 75r
7.V. Cashmere at 50c; 50c Cashmere at 85c mtnrwm?ar,
DRESS li! O O OS! ?RESS GOODS!
?&C27 OOO ^^'f^^'I^^NK-?OO pieces Guanita Dress Plaida.
tip^J I ,\f\J\ ? pncezOe now 12J .; 4no pieces of Brocaded Dress Good*, price
20c, now Rte: 'Mt pieces or Brodrick D:ess Gooda, price 25e, now I5c- 123 niLWof
Cashmore. 50c, now 25c; 1X7 pieces of French Brodrie, 50c, now 25c'- 07 nieces of
English Armure, 35e. now 15c: 75 pieces of handsome new Plaids 75r no-r tte: '0
pieces ol'Imported Armure, .Vic. now 25c; 400 pieces of German Sunda*, worth fiOe
now 20c; IIP pieces of Grey Armure Debage, at Ole: 98 pieces of Trim ?nina ?ilk-'
35c; :is pieces l-oomel All-Wool ? ..idas, worth N5c , now ilOc. r,"?">ng ?UK,
FLANNELS mid BLANKET?.
385 5?% **; IMWhl*
./Ou pair of 12-4 California Blankets, redam] to $5, 7 50. 0 and 11. 25 balee of Bed
Twill Medicated Flannel-price, 50c, now :}5c. 402 pieces of 4-4 All-Woo' White
Flannel-price ?Sc; jol> price, Sta. 100 pieces of Canton Flaniirl-nrlce 20c now
12. 500 pieces of Canton Flannel, .V..7A, 10 and 12c. 50 cases of Wool Doeskin
.lentis we offored last week at .Ct, now 25c. 18.5 pieces of Flint (Mlobiaan . W^nl
Cassimera-price 85; now 5.5c. We call special attention to a large purchase of Do
martica and Prints. 500 piece* of Dine Cambric at Sc per yard. 500 pieces of ChoieL
Prints at 4, wortii 8c 90o piece? of Fruit, Semper Idem and lansdale Shirting it
So 150 pieces ot Lonsdsie Cambric at 12b>. 100 bales of Gratiiteville Shirtlntr at S
cents per yard. ,
H OS fl ERV OA land UNDER WEAR-For the M?llioa
ISO boxes of Ladies' Undorvests-now 371, was 75c 100 boxes of Ladies* Under
vests, now 50, was s5c 75 boxes of Ladies' Uiidervests, now 75c was il 25 so
boxes of Ladies' I'ndervests. now |l, was 1 7.r. yr> boxes of AIL Wool and' Red
Medicated, reduced lo 81 25. 1 50 and 1 ?0. (KN) boxes of Gents' Undershirts eut
down to 25, 35, 48, bl, 75c. $1, 1 25-just 30 per cent, "uersnirts cut
I'NPARALLED lu STOCK1NOS-500 boxes of Misses1 Hose, worth 20 now lile
200 boxes of Misses' Hose, English, price 50, now 25o. 200 boxes of Girl's' FIJUL?JL
nose, pnce 7?H\ now 35c. ' -u?*""
FOR LADIES-1,000 boxes of Gorman Fancy Hose, regular made, double h*?!?
and toes, worth One Will run the lot at the p mular price, 25c Thia is ?n?T??,
tiona! lot. 9 an excep
HARD TO SELL-200 pieces of Curtain Lace price 20, now 74. lOOni???.^
S CftfL011 CIOth' mi now37}?' " ro!Is of0" r,oth.K "ow K ??ro?aof ffi
SS^f?SK ^P^-fCarpetlngcutdownto'lOlc 48^Singan
CHAMPION Kl? I.LOVE STOCK OF AMERICA.
We are exhibiting ibo most complete Mock of Ladles', Genta' and Misses' Kid
Gloves, tu 2, :j, 4 ft n s, 10 and 12, up lo 20 battons, in TrefouS SSSi?i
grades in Foster Hook Glove*, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, and up to 24 hooks ; InBernhartSTi
lengths running fr m f? to 24 inches ; also, a full stock of Swede Olac?^ttSfti d
Dogskin. 700 il /en job 3 hulton Kid Globes, at 25c per nair - also Rn?iA*?i
Bernhardt's patent clasp. 1 P ' a,SO' Kntt,e 8 m<l
CORSETS! CORSETS! CORSETS!
loo dozen Worm Corsets, worth 75c in basket, at 25e 500 d. zen Imported Cor
The Leaders of Low Prices,
I. B. WHITE & CO.

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