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TEANSLATION FROM HEIffE.
li thou dosi but pass before rr,*-,
And 1 feel but the touch oft.hr dress,
"?Sj heart leaps, and follows in raptn:
The track of thy-'lovclinesS.
Thea ?hon furhesi about, and he
Those great eyes of thine on mee
And ?fart ia PO stricken vj?b na
If scarceiv can follow the?
A pine ?rc? .-lands aloe?; cc
A bar? bleak northern'height.;
The ice and snow th'\v swathe it,
A? it sleeps there, all in white
?Tia dreaming cf a palm-tree,
In a far-off Eastern land,
That mourns, alone and silent,
On a ledge of burning sand.
. A COTTON PROCLAMATION.
The New York Exchange Gives ihe
Planters a Hint.
Ni.w YCEK, .Tune 8.-The board of
managers pf th^ New York Colton
E-xoLasge have recently adopt f d e.
report relative ro wa ?te in the sta) .
Tue repott s?\ 8:
Whereas numerous ct>inplaint?.
been made about waste in the *i.n ;-i
o: Amei ican colton, more particnlat y
of thia year's growth, wEich has i?-d
io iii* belief [hat. in many in/*: an ess
?L is eauced by '*ginning,J ar high
rate o? speed and cleaning the ?e*d
too closely, thereby breaking th- Ht a
nie and producing au esees* of '.iii.;
fy," or what is known as reginned
staple, ihus lowering ii?, character
and value, this Exchange, would most
earnestly call the attention of the
p:?.nting interest to thc evil and ask
that effort" he made to cure it. ii ia
gaile manifest that iowp/.ingihe value
of cotton hy imperfect handling is
injurious to the interests of the South.
Borne ol the damage complained ...
is traceable to ino imperfect condi
tion of the gins, necessary repairs I?O?
being mads when they are reunir? '??
Farmer* shouid understand (hat ;i :*
the staple cf American cotton thai
enables it to be sold at a higher value
tuan the products of India, and thal
so much as the staple is deterio; - :
it will be surely felt in the price*.
S nd and dun have been found in
our crop this year in ^rger propor
tion than ever before. Hence a greai
reduction in price ka* been madt; lot
it. No doubt a very dry reason bad
considerable to do with their pres
ence and ha3 caused low prices to be
accepted for such, as sales have beet,
made at 2a2* cents and even more
below the value ot the same grade of
clean cotton. It is said that "clean
era" were exhibited at .the Atlanta
Exposition that would- J^SS^IV this
grievance, and if be true.ibeir
adoption ehould hearne general In
conclusion, planter? should remem
ber that more care should be given to
baling so aa to avo>d mising different
jyLaliiluc.jn iha-SarvtS bale, which j S
source of.grea'. a
and leads to
tollers.
A matter of great importance to th?
Knight- of Honor, as showing th?
necessity of tarefuiiy looking iii ti
ttie payment of Riie?smeni1: io th<
Supreme Treasurer, by the Lodges, i
now attracting the attention of lh<
order. A member of a lodge ai
Nashville, Tennessee, died, and al
though he had always paid his r.a
seesments promptly to the proper < :"??
cer of his lodge, that oiCcer tailer? K
|io nic duty, neglected to forward i'm
assessments to the supreme officer
and the brother's lodge, for this de
fault of ita trusted agent, had fce? r
declared suspended ihre? dava befor<
the brother died, and v.v.?-.v the ' .v,
h>8 policy was forfeited, although lt
had pa'd every .demand upon him
We call attention to tris to stir om
brethren r.-: this, order every when
up to th* great importance tc tbtm
as induna tal m?n.*-ers, of speing thal
f-very as^-?iBt n' they pay is for
warded within thirty days after pay
mer.t as required by law. Secreta
ries, in kindness to the. dilatory, UIH\
sometimes imperil the prompt, as wai
no doubt the case with the NashviiU
iodgei Ir? Reporter, we Bupp?pe
held his returns to wait for Ihe lam*
and lazy, and sacrificed the intered
of tho prompt and paying membr; -
-Hemstead Pine Torch (Arkansas ;
The Allen University, as already
stated, ia untlex the care of the Aft i
can Methodist Church in ?his SUI .
ami waa founded lout year. Toe ii?
ral nr.aber o? pupils in atienda; e
doling the'year just closing hs- ;
2C>0 Of this number 24 hav* : -
eeived instruction in the normal a: .i
preparatory department and 22*'- ip
in the intermediate and primary dp
partments; The president of the in
stitufion ia the Rev. J. C. Waters. I?.
D., who w<;3 graduated irom Lincoln
University in the class of 1S70. Ur
is supported by a corps of nine tese! .
era, ail colored.
Tire University ia tipported partij
by the tuition fees and partly by
contributio a nora ihe churches :i
the South Carolina and Columbi,:
conferences. Music and French are
taught,.and the pupils are said to j
bave made very encouraging prog- j
ress in their Studie*. The instit ut ion
ia doing a good work and is meeting
with good success.-News & Courin-.
ilo.vop.L-D AM Bi E v.-When .<
board of eannehl physicians and
chemists announced the discovery
that by combining some well known
valuable remedies, the most wonder?
fol medicine was produced, which
would cure a wide range of disease
that mest all ether remedies ctvdd ba
dispensed with, many were skeptical;
but proof of ito merit? by actual triai
has dispelled all doubt, and to-day
the discoverers of that great medicive, j
.Hop Bitters, are honoted and blessed ]
by ali its beaefaotors.-Democrat.
Railroad Schedule*.
South Carolina Railway Company.
COMMENCING SUNDAY, APRIL
/ r,0, 18^2, trains yrill run as follows,
hy Charlesrbn tim*?, which is about ten
minut?s faster than Augusta oily time:
RA ST-DAIL Y.
Leave Augu.sta...?7:?X' a. m. 4th". p. m.
ArriveCharleston...12:57p. to. 10:00 ?> nb
Arrive I'olnmbia.5:Q? p. m. 5:10 ai m.
Vrrive Cunden.0:00 p.-m. 1:80 p. ni.
WEST-DAILY.
Leave Charie?ton...*8:35 a. m. .r>:00 p. sn.
Leave Columbia.4:05 a m.
Leave Camden.
Arrive Augusta..2:?<) p. m 10:23 p. m.
- These Train- ?'on Sundays only"-will
Leave Augusta.8:00 a. :n.
Arrive Charleston.1:32 p.m.
Leave Charleston.9:05 a.m.
Arrive Augusta.2::J5 p. m.
Tu addition to regular passenger trains
j a coach will be attached to train leaving
? and arriving at local depot as follows :
j EAST-D4ILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
I Leave Augusta.~:\~> p. m
j Arrive Aiken.S:'2 p. in.
Arrive Branchville.:.1:15 a. m.
j WEST- DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
j Leave Branchville.2:00 a. m.
! Leave Aiken.,.6:49 a. m.
: Arrive Augusta.18 a. m.
P.iRMeogers coing to and from stations
on C'dnirihia Division, and Augusta Di
\ is jon. ch an (fe i^r- at Branchville No
. ivrrinection i- made on Sundays with day
: irwins ute Cohiuibiti I'iviaion.
Traiua on ('aniden l?rancli do no' r?m
! on Snudaye. bleeping ears are run ou
rhi' night passenger trains between
! Charleston and Columbia, llerths only
; .<!..".?? r- Charleston <>r Columbia. On
I Saturdays ard Sundays, round trip
! tickets are sold to any Ration oe
, road Mt ono rare-good until Mond
' noon to return. Regular excursion v. ts
. ami from all stations ?re sold ar .> cts.
i ? ... iiiii". Eood 0>c ten days.
* m W"?jiv-*da>> and Saturdays eon-.
j n??tion i< made at Charleston with
. I... : i uer* lb r S c-y y ork
: 1 Bagrams of .steamers kept at ofGce of
j \V. M. Timborlake, Agent New York
i ano Charleston Steamship Company,
i south -ide Reynolds, second door below
: Jackson, Augusta, Ca.
j For "tickets apply to W. ... OIBBS,
; nion Depot Ticket Office.
P. ii. SLEDGE, Agent, Augusta,
j .FOHN P.. PECK,. D. c. ALLEN:
G?n. Mannaor, Gea. P. sud T. ?gt.
Charleriton, s. 0.
THE HUMAN LIVENS
SALVATION ! ! ?
? Numerous voluntary tescirao
riials and largely increased sales
; provo that FENNS' BITTERN
.-the Greatest Liver Medicine
; of the Ago-is rapidly winni _
i Us way as the sure and simple
? Salvation of the H ninan Liver.
: For M II l)vspcpt.ic Diseases
Try
I PENN'S BITTERS :
j AUGUSTA BUILDING LOTS
TO EXCHANGE FOE
ICOTTON LAND^l
r HAVE 16 Building Lots io Augusta,
JL in tim upper part of the city, Lo ex
change for Cotton Lands, or Planta! ?on.
Land must be convenient tc Railroads.
Applv to, or address,
R. G. M. DUNOYANT,
Real Estate Agent,
Edgefield C. H., 8. C.
Dea 22, 1*80. i .::?>
JT
HOSE needing Tin work of any do
Post
A DISORDERED LIVE??
IS THE BANS
of the present generatiou. lt ie for the
Cure of this dinease and ita .
PEP8IA. COHSTgATJOy. PILES, etc.. 1 tu t
'f1JTTS_PILLB have eui noa a \v< -.-lo-v.
reputation^" iCo .Remedy hag eyer bj ?
discovered that acts HQ gently on the
digegtlye organs, giving them visor TO ru>
aiifcilate food. As n octave I ros ii lr. t:-o
Nervous Kystom 1B Bracet. rh-.; ?jr.?i-'u r,
arTDcvelope' and the Boc y Robust.
15. nrVAZ>. e. ?lanter nt Bayou Bani, J.e.. Bay
iiy p lui titrion :? ?a ? malarial di ettie t. iv
6?v<fttl yssrp I co-.Ud not make huit"'* crop rn
MOOUBt of b.'lious rt.lrtei.sbs and chii'.a. i 'seo
nearly discouraged wfc?i? 1 bopan th--? uco ?j;
T'JTT'B ZILLS. Tfc? reaalt wes murvelouat
Tx.f InboTRrn neon became i.o,..". ..co rcbuEt,
?nd i b?re i?ud LO trouble
The? relieve tne eng.-??rs?i Liver, clean sc
tbe Blood from poic?nos* bumara, sxul
?tate tbe buu<-Ja Ut ? : MtUaraMy, wlL>h>
?Mit wMcfeMM one cj*n ret-l tren.
'fry thUr?-fn*-?tv flslrtv.aiMtyou wJMs-aSis
K hmltny l?l?f.ii?u, Vlgoroua: Hildy, rusa
H?ood, Sli-oue Nevvtse, uurtitKoitutf lUver.
4*r?e*. Ktieau. ?die?. 'Si ganrray Mt.. N. Y,
in n^?tp
* !. f' IV-,
T?TT'S HA
?BAT HMS. OT Wat":: y y nbaniMd to? Otos .>
Bi?-.;: by a ?lnclo application of ilajs DYE. Jt
Imparts a natural color, aud acta Inatnntancously.
Sold t>v Umg^4bt?, or seat t>> c.xpreps o?t receipt
of Ono Dollar.
Offioe, 83 Murray Street, New York.
jrCTTA MAJtMJAL of Valuable v
Information and t'nc ful Rer^fpry 5
trill bf malt*4t TUTS. ??? application. J?
m M g*
tamma ^IS %
Among the medicinal means -ot arresttn?
(tinease, Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters ?tanda
prc-mniccat. It checks ?the fortber progrese
ni all 'iiwilcr* of thc Ftnmndi, liver and
?weis revives thc vitrd f tnn.hitu prevents and
remedies chills and fever, Increases thc activity
of tlie kidneys, oonntercets a tendency to rhcu
matiim, and ia a genuine stay and solace i<>
aged. in/Inn and nervous persons.
For sale hy an Droguista and Dealers
generally.
lili I LllUk. q,,,,n,T1,r!tr
..r,)rn HclsUi HciMiror
NEVER | < ><T>>?:
f~A I i !','01' arrrsss
rn Ll ?'T<o>'
|r'';i,t"tf---Y
j
will be sont ono year fot
TWtt POLyD MD A HALI"
lp ail subscribers .wlio wil l pay op to
dare and ?-.ne year in r?"dv.i'i;co.
Ta*? CHICAGO ..".:?:I^'.Y I;ZW* is
eTcrywhcro recognized r.~ ::. i-iti'ir unsny
passed in all tho requirements of.' cu : leas
Joaraalitaa. it stands ccsspiorious amore
the metropolitan journals of tho cor.?.ir.7y
as a completo -VeiP?pap?r. ItsT?l?graphie
Servisa c<.mp:.u-.:? a:I t"..e Cisrc rcr.es of rivi
WesternAssqciated Preiss ?nd the National
Associated Pre-.:-, besides a Tory ortos A re
s errie 3 ofSr.oci.il To'o^r:im : from cl: ira*
portant po;::t~. As a JfetMpapor it hi i r.z
superior. It is INDEPENDENT i a Politic s,
presenting all PoliticalKewsfireo fro: ? rar
tisan t-ias orcoIorin2, and absolutely with
out fear or favor r s to parties.
It Is, in the fullest ror.se, a FAMILY
PAPER. Each issuo coe tains Several
COMPLETED STORIES, A SERIAI
STOUT bf absorb?as Interest, and a rich
variety of condensed notes on Fashions,
j Art, Industries, Literature, Silence, etc.,
etc. Its?iarhet Quotations meccaspli-to,
I and to ho relied upon?
j It Ia unsurpassed as ar. Enterprising,
j Pure, and Trustworthy SENISRAL PASS.
i XLT NEWSPAPER. Ocr speeialClubbinfi
j ifrma brins it within th9 reach of ali.
j Specimen copies may be seen at i b : ? o'?, oe,
(5r~Sead sub9sriptiocs te thia < S
P?RniTASEilii SSA VE FROM Si OTO
$50 BY v ISIT?NT; OR CORRES
; ros LIN'- wn u
i GEO. 0. B0M3 . ? (.:;
fe 1 . sj ?.-.
Si?? 99 .yr'4 8S P il
MUSICAL IN'S r.RUMENTS,
SHEET MUSK?.
. MUS 1(1 BOOKS.
BEST ITALIAN SPRINGS
I L__E..U 8. . y
TWENTY PER CF?ST. SA VEiTTC
EVERY PURCHASER.
Tuning a?il ^iep?is-?esg1
By G. H. TAYLOR, the only :-.ii??ior.
?zed Tuner of tho Music House of tilt
South, Augusta, Ga,
B, 0. ROBINSON ? CO.
Jan .-14,2SS2. I?3i
X. v.-. l'.KOO?tJS?? :: W. IIOIC?E
Hjkl ? m ll : ?? ; l??) 111
?U?l':.
?ilvuaiii?s -v
T?r?-'represci?i thc CONTINEXT??
n INSURANCE. COMI'AN Y in lb;
[ eonniiia of ?. ant
Fairfield. .!'!: .> . n?n?i raltoo ?.irong.
er?t Company In the U?i? d St???a.
?A?'iTA ?. S5;(MU>,(ft;{K
i A?tinvS??thie?? wi ti i'/ Company ii
I sat?, ii .'..i Fa:*a p: marty .i -pe
j c;.i.'?y. Tue Fiys-yp; r yearly p?V
tuer.':.:", tie and .;..?..-!. tint-?
j ve<y low. ?fihiuran?.j 1-... .. ?,.;>.
{ hy :~i-r;..l. Learn e ::?.?: bet?re yoi
(insure elsewhcwi. ! . attentiot
j i?ivetr-tp calls 0.-h?~i .?.;?< coin pa i lie?
i ?!?t> represented. All c: --is of INK?
i uiketu SV?ta?e c-n?vaa^sTig th?T??mn?iej
j camed. BROOKE?? & ..ORNE.
; W. ft ROATW, ?>q .. Local A'-e:.l a1
j i^citroucin i. ti;
Marci? ?-tf
FOiL THE FASJOUS
Eolipss Trae?ion and
w .- ;
\?:Xc*".-?.*i?k- . :i*>?
rV^--. ... . ~^"i'. . . -"=?>??.
J rpJTE WAYNESBORO KC LIP-ES EP?
S ARATOR, SAW .?:.: ! ;. .. . OTTO Pi
! fMM>. Also, Til M AM Eflit'A.N Fli?U
5)!lY!-:i: VMW- : :. . ? ibo ahevo
j addn
SPEAK E & BRO,
Kmard's C. -r. G.
\ :>; i: (J.Jy;
?.J il & I?-J ?r?y?j . ?.s
J ll Em?vlmwl
at fc? ? ii lifiii . .'ss :v:J.\? .
Fire ?asur?i?i?? Ag.;-2i
at
kl
?OHNSTO^, 8. C.
REPRESENTING TUE
t'OlH?S of R??ss
LaU?Hi?Iaacc ?j Pans,
Kar???>rii e? l'onii
if^?&?eitttidsi i)? Phil?
_ .
i?ARTIES iiavln?; reue wa la with lt
X late ti J- i n tvi'.M ?ierxph x Timniotinr i
or"V.'Hultng new ixisurnnciij, will Uo w?J
to C?t! Ui'.'i?i or :?.?...:?.< . ir - loii?.T. '
Risks taken for ou . year-or moron
moderate rat* s,
Prompt and carol . it ten lion >;U'cn i
all busiu?i? entrusi? I : me:
The patronage of roy-fri ends and tin
public re^pactlully solicited.
Mar 23-Sin
-AN D
DEALER
II Pi
KW
STORK
STORK
iOUSES
lOOBEf!
AND
AND
NEW
NEU
ER A
ERxV
r!
7 r: A VE nsed esppcial cars in pi
?L arid summer of 18S2. I will i
but Burtie ' io say that I will (.
l?oods T have ever before shown 1
class reliable house of general me
ML
PA Nf Y ?nd WHITE GOODStgq
TOli ET ARTICLES. PERFUME*
to mv CLOTH ;'NG STOCK, HATV
ISHING GOODS.
T
iring my stock of merchandize for the spring
Verapt to enumerate articles or quote prices, I
jo cash buyers tho best bargains iu tho best i
\m? market. My parp?se is to establish a first
andi zo.
F?LL lil DRESS GOODS,
pOTIONS. RI BENNS, LACES, HOSIERY
LES; SOAP, Ac Ac. Special attention solicited
CAPS, STRAW GOODS and GENTS FURN
'EBS FOB. SHOES.
I sell the best Sew
More complete than ever. l7tll1?De 1 ?nV?t? th? ^ ?RSP6ction' ?at,sfttC
tiri- Riven or money refunded. t Aotrusta entail nrlraa
HA Ut? WA KIO. GROCERIES, Ac-^^MT?S!
inf? Machine South of New York C
FORMER PRIC NINETY DOLLARS.
, .. . ,, My Goods are marked at strictlv Low Cash
Liberal wrns given on machin ,rest to buy for cash.
Pr?ei s, ?nd I will make it to your I
'VI COBB'
?NORRIS BUILDING.
Mn
?CHINlPY ?EPOT!
W. jr.pollarcl,
;73i, 734 aad 736 BeTlds Augusta, Ga.
?v. hand and to arrive, the 3ar
:c, of anv bouse ;n the South, con?.
SOO SMITH COTTON PRESSES.
100 POLLARD'S CHAMPION C
i W F A PRB AN K'S STANDAR
20 TA LBOTT A .SON'S ENG!
oak of Machinery, Belting, Ptenm fiting*.
~Us part of tho foi lowing:
N GINS, with Feodora aud <">ndRn<=?rs.
LES, all sizes and patterns.
15 H P. upward,
in 4 H. P. upward.
sizes.
Lightest and
Mosi Thorough Pulzerizerg;
0.R A WSON RE A T E RS- Si n git?> EAPERS-Sinele
,: -??fl^pY 'HEATER COtE iPRRS and MO
10
MO WERS, Combined.
in?d.
up th?
... --- - um iv ?i ti
arion and loud it at any timuEAPERS
:.. .?OH X STON H ARVESTER ?jP
20 RAWSON MOWERS.
Also, lariro rtook of
EXTRA HEAVY R?7RBER and
'JATHFR BELTING.
md RIVETS.
Pun
- r and examine the most complete ?
...filier in this c.itv.
aprUo-Iv
! v
Wff
? iii Ila
-IMPORTERS AND 3:
Wt mm nm, mi,
% j.
& CO.,
I*
Ol, WIHiWW GLASS, li.
UFACTURERS OF
-MAN?FA'
RE RS OF
READY MISp PAINTS?
n ?iiM nno
b ifli Uuo,
B viiniiiij
702 Broad 8lr*t? Cor. ftc* ??L
?j?i
gira
RE
(X-Iebratod
I CLOCKS, BROK
no .- ; \, QA., NoSj_27,
fin
! P.
WINDOW SH
OAR PUTS, FLi
ALL NEW FRESH
lids fl?te, wo will ottV
English Body ari
Three Plys wi >
.All \V??'I :?li(! Tot
tiiisglo .iud Douli
I' .. ?:n Mattings, J
H ? ry Floor Oil
.!. ?* us Wind;
50 Ps t terns le:cs
. Patterns WI
do liottorns. Wa
A full lor*- <?f nil
BAILIE.
AH <a ?ods on r?Cash ba.sis
GPP:. JE
SILVERWARE,
LE-PLATED WARE.
& FINE FANCY GOODS
IVBl
EARANCE SALE
-OF
ALL PAPERS AND BORDERS
HS, CRETONNES, CURTAIN GOODS!
.usaal Annual Custom to reduce Stock, ft tr
goods at greatly Reduct Prices:
I'fisols Carpels,
?'arpel?.
n.grain Carpets.
th Rugs, Crumb Cloths, Door Mais.
_ ?>, Plain, White, Rod Check and Fan^y Matting'
M-Srcr's Goods, Chrnmos, Piano and Table Cover
Ii f^esh and new.
esk mol new.
il frosh and new, Piain Botton, Scnl)>>pft,] R,J
Orders ?ll now and Pretty
BRIES on first (loor, unagement of our Mr. I
Terms, Cash.
JAMES G. BAILIE & SONS,
12 8P.0AD STR3ST. S?
wu a), inst.-awiy
y ra
Dal!
ORDER YO?K
nU, GRIST MILLS, CAI MILLS,
PLANTATION MACHINERY,
\ ND Engines and Boilers, Cotton Screws, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, douro
1 Coxes, Mill Gearing, Guugiori's-Turbine Water Wheels, Gin Gearing, .lui
m's vcrnors, Disston's Circular Saws and Gummers and Files, Belting, Babb
r ?tu . I ; -s Eitting Globe, Check Valves and Whistles, Ganges, etc.. Iron ai
rasa Castings, <;in Ribs and Injectors, from
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO.,
Forest Oi'.v Fotindry and M?ohine Works,
year the. Water Ton-r: I,0W to l.ifcU Fenvnck street, A UGVSTA, HA,
REPAIRING promptly done at lowest prioes. We casi, every day both In
id RVa a, having greatly increased pur capacity with latest improved tools. V<
running full time with 86 hands, which enable" unto rill orders promptly
efA prices. Give us a n i?! hsforo fending off. [Apr. 20,1881.
aensGtasa ??aawMBMMM
?T?lfair and Cam) bel! S< . < 'NE SQUARE from UNION DEPOT.
^TJOTJSTA, GEORGIA.
V
: ,". IENTS, HEAD?TOSES.J.\)MBS, and MARBLE WOEK of all kine
at shortest notice-; and at prices lower than ever heard of in tl
work for the covntry Carefully Boxed and Delivered at De],
Y ''?gg??fr^?fARGE. When necessary, I will go and p
P the work.M lisfaction Ciuar&Qteeil, n? 20
nu i ii rf! i-i ll tir inn' mi
THE SEDGWICK
STEEL WIRE FENCE.
THE aboyo cut represents a section
and Gato of a strone, ohoap and d ur
ablo Stool Wiro Pence which nm now ho
ing used at tho North and Northwest in
preference, to any other kind of fencing.
Wherever it has"been tried if- has KI ven
rrreat satisfaction.
tis a net work without barbs and will
lr ap out small pigs or any other animals
I at may injure gardons or farm crops.
-It makes no shade and shelter.-, no ?me
ra iee to crops or poultry.
It is just the fence for Gardens, Lots,
Lawns, Parks and Cemeteries.
Beins dipped in Rust-proof paint it will
last a life time, and is better than board
fenco in every respect.
It is easily and quickly put up.
Specimens of Fence and Gates
Can be S9en at the ADVERTISER building j
where a stock !" kepi on hand, and where
all information as to price, Ac, can bo '
obtained.
K. G. M. DUNOVANT, A et,
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
THE CHOICEST PROPERTY
-IN
EDGEFIELD
FOR SALE !
THAT LARGE AND SPLENDID
?LOT ON MAIN STE ET ON WHICH
STOOD THE TILLMAN
HOTEL.
QAID LOT FRONTS TO THE NORTH
O on Main Street, 150 feet-and has a
magnificent Southern exposure from the
roar, which in che Southern climate is a
mighty desideratum. Tho wholo lot
contains two and one-half (2}} acres moro
or less, ali. of it lying in the very heart ot
the town. For 70 or 80 feet from tho
street this ?ot lies on a dead level, after
which it slopes io the gentlest and most
beautiful manner to tho rear lino, afford*
lng unparalleled spot? for gardens,
patches, meadows snu fruit trees. Eith
er as fl sito tor a grand hotel, with ail its
appurtenances, or for a row of stores, thia
lot has absolutely no equal in Edgefield.
This fine property will be sold asa whole.
Torms wi!! be made accommodating.
lt. 0. M. DUNOVANT,
Nov 17-tf Real Estate Agent
il
To those Who Contemplate in
vesting in Real Estate, or
Going into Business.
X OFFER vflry durable
HOUSE Sc LOT
ar Johnston Dopo:, on die C C it A Ruil
road. Tho Dwelling House, which is
entirely nev.* from roof io cellar, contains
8 commodious room?, two piazza-- ru'n
nfnsr across, pantry, stove room. .Vc.
Tho ont-buildiDge consist of aservnots'
honso. barn and stable?.
Th ?re ia also a good well of water on
the placo, which has ? house over it.
The most desirable parchase yef. of
fered, and one of the most pleasant pla
ces ir. the thriving village of Johnston.
Appl y in person or 03- lotter to
ll. <L M. PU NOYANT,
BAI'I Batate Aeenr.
Nr.y. ?J, Jew. - .*'li*51
Orangeburg Land for Sale.
IQC\C\ A-CRES affine Farming
O V/v./ Lands iu Orangeburg Co.,
on South Edisto River, sis milos from
Midway Station on the S. C. Railroad,
400 tinder cultivation, the larger portion
of which is on the river. The upland
tortion is fino for cotton, and the river
ottoms suit rom ad m i rabi}'. On the
place is a fino Dwelling House, 54 ft. by
4d, G rooms, 2 chimneys, 4 Ure places, 14
j fooi'passage way. piazza in ?^^^^J^g
j off She ground, A number of out-build
I inits, Gin House. Gin Head, fine well o?
! water. Ac. Ac. Will be *-old cheap.
! Applv to R. G. M. DUNOVANT.
Real Estate Agent.
Feb. 3, 18S0. tf 9
A Bargain ! ? Bargain.
AVALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
containing Ono Hundred and fc^gh
tv-aeven and. a half Acres, more or less,
lying inst beyond the incorporate limits
of Edii?tield Village, about two acres ol
it extending within said limits. Upon
the land is a good Dwelling House of twe
stories and 8 rooms, with fire-places tc
each room, besides a store-room attached
and a servants' house in the yard. Alse
a good Gin House, a two story Barn, and
stable room for any use. The place, ba*
three tenant houses, conveniently ar
ranged, upon lt; and it is well watered,
having several fine springs, and suth
ciently timbered. Terms reasonable.
Apply to or address,
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
March 3, M*13
WITH A fi?lBJIHE ON IT
-I ACRES of laud, more or les;
X. \JKJ lying on Blair's Road, about ?
miles from Greenwood and Augusta R
R., adjoinihg lands ne ??- Martin
Holmo3 and others. O. ?itrd of thi
land under cultivation. Gold in consid
orabie quantities aro indicated from spec
imens found. For terms apply to
R. G, M. DUNOVANT.
Real Estate Agent, EdgefieM, S. C.
AuglS-tf _
1<7 f \ ACRES mora or less, in ATK
I KJ EN COUNTY. ONE MIL]
from C. C. dr. A. R, R., adjoining lands r
Lark Swearongcu and otb rs. 80 acre
under cultivation-two cabins. Goo
tenant on the land, who will show th
place to persons desiring to ii.
Apply to or address
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Rea! Estate Agent, Edgetield. 8. C.
\EAR THE RAILROAD.
i (IQ dj ACRES OF LA ND-1?0 Oi
I ?5 O TE which ls cultivated, and 1
J good cotum and grain land, with braue
i bottoms. This tract is situated Ihre
j mil?* from Dom's Gold Mine, one quin
j tor of n milo from the ??roonwood an
j Augusta Raiiroad. and two miles :Vot
probable depot on sal l road. Pwellin
? house and two cabins. For terms, it'll
apply to R. G. M DONOTANT,
' Real* Estate. Agent?JEdgeneld, C. H., S. <
oct. 20-11.
THE
MOST DESIRABLE
Purchase Yot Offered
41 p?Q ACRES of Laud, haifa ml
At) ?? from Dom's Mili.-*. .Yeo.
DwolMng House, Store. Gin House. Ba*
and Stables; three ont houses; lOOaon
in c.nitivatiou. Improvementsbf great
valnothan the price asked.
Terms vorv orioy. A first raro nargal
'R.G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Eatota Agent.
Maren 8,18?). tf 1^
W. E. SPEIR
DESIGNER,
Consulting and Superintending
ARCHITECT
PLANS
and Specifications al Moderate charg?
OFFICE No. 8 LAW RANGE,
AUGUSTA, CA
C*/"* . a week in your own. tow
O V> Terms and ?.5 outfit free. A
dress H. HALLETT A Co., Portlan
Maine.
?M 117 ?P?5U home. Sai
plo worth -rS froe. ?ddrap.i Btinsoo <? C
Portland, Maine.
<J> rj Q A WEEK. 812 at home eaai
I ?d made. Costly Outfit free. A
dress Taux 6 Co., Augusta, Maine.
V
AT THE LOWS EY WAGON FACTORY. AUGUSTA GA
l have the Lirges? Steck of Wagons ever offered before in
this Ci iv, and I will
SELL THEM LOW
li Know thv. Crops ?rc Short, and I Propose Dividing
Wy Profile with Ihe Farmers:
300 OlfE-HOHSE WAGONS,
-AT PRICES- . , 1
NEVEH B?lFOHE HEARD OP !
100 TWo J LOUSE WAGONS^FXEST-CLASS GOOPS
~ y r
Air LOW PRICES.
Complete Stock of Wagon Harness of all kinds. Give me
a call before buying. .
J. H. LG WHEY,
CORNER CAMPBELL & ELLIS STS., AUGUSTA, GA.
aug 25-tf
&Mr?? ?. Jj
?i mi
To move off the. remnant of our Winter
Stock we will offer for the next thirty days
"mmense Bargains
ii
OTS, SHOES & HITS,
-AT
Wholesale and ?tetaiL
Call and examine bargains offered at
onr tv&> stores.
WM. M?LHERIN ? CO.,
722 au!913 B:o%i St, AuustGa.
Fjb D-Sm
IMPROVED
IUMPLEIEMTS.
AVERY'S 3-HORS? SULKY Pl
'AVER? Ta:iE??[)RSE CDLTHTAlfOfi.
iALSOTWO-HORSECULTIVATOR
: THE HUGHES TEREE-HORSE SULKY ?LOW
I AND TWO-HORSE WALKING CULTIVATOR.
? rpf? R above implements liave proven ;o bo groat labor-saving machines by ac
1 fialoxperiuafl.it. .>. >. .> refwreinwa iciven. Sold at faccorv prices by
N L. BRUNSON, Agent,
? Oei.C-M
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
A DPI AND IMUS MILLINERY STORE!
yo |T ii 11
JI"JkLL.
PURCELL
! Respectfully requests ali Edgefield Ladies
?who shall be in .Augusta this Spring or
! Summer to visit her Millinery Establish
ment and inspect her Matchless assort
ment of Millinery Goods.
\mmm mmm AI
! FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RIBBONS,
LACE3, FANG Y JET JEWELRY, &C
-AT THE
NEW YORK 31ILLINERY STORE.
?
i
iiiiiy 4-3m
eiaasBiraii^-.ri^i ? 5 ?RXB?BBSBBB
C. MA vraiiw.
.}. WILTON MAYHEW.
C MAYHEW & SON,
COLUMBIA
Manu! entrera of and dealers in all kinds nf
AMERICAN
AND
f> MARBLE
WORK,
ITALIAN *^???^
KUTJ??& ?MMHH, TABLETS AXD IRIN RAHM
farnHhpd in ?nv design at lowest prices.
POLISHED GR ANITE WORK
Filler Native or Foreign, lo order.
CorreHpondeuce solicited with th?*?? in want of any work lu tbe above line.
TO* T,r..r til ,^? watitiniranvw?>rktTf bur line to tbe following gentlemen as to
.M . '.? ?J L Hartlev, K?q . and E. J. Norris, Eaq., Batesbarg; W. W.
r1'1'1" ' . -Tv,'!- Member of House, Hpartanburg; Messrs.
j :it:?"!?:, ? .'l ',,..1 lu- '.? 'M llw*hton, .Minston; Captain Clark, Trenton, and J P..
Fresh Garden Seeds!
CROP 3.331
IHJISTS NEVER FAILING SEEDS.
To insure a Good Garden, you must plant
GOOD SEKDS! BUIST'S have inva
riably proved themselves superior to all
others sold in this market. A compdete
assortment in store and for sale by
G. L. PENN & SOW.
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