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TERMS: $2.00 per Annum,
W. W. OWDOM, Chappells, S. C.
W. H. YKLDKLL, Longmiros.
JOHN H. HTJIET, Batesville.
W. A. ODOM, Meeting Street.
J. SI. DUBST, Kirkseys X Road h.
E. B. FORREST, Mine Creek.
?TR? ETHSREDOE, Leesville, S. C.
J. E. COOK, Graniteville, S. C. /
Dr. JOHN B. ABNEY, Langley, S. C.
N. W. BROOKER, Ridge, S. C.
JOHN CAUOHMAK, Caughnian's Slo re.
J. S. MKKCHAnT, Merchant.
J. W. ZIMMERMAN*, Jonston.
T. R. WHATLEY, Parksviile.
In the absence of Mr. Keese, the
ADVERIISKR has no traveling, soliciting
or collecting agents, except those whose
names appear at the head of this column.
Parties having business with this .office
will thoiefore address ns direct or our
Agents as above.
W J Ready,
"W H Timmerman,
Wm. H Folk,
James P dorris,
George W. Turner.
Benj. Edwa;ds.
Ernest Gary,
Lewis P .Tones,
Clinton Ward,
W J Talbert.
Joab Edwards.
Calvin W. Kmard.
B F Lovelace, I Jeese M ITart,
F A Townsend, | J A,C Jones,
B E Nicholson, j W II Brunaon,
John D Roner, | 0 F Cheatham,
J. C. Williame. | J. Crowell Mitchell,
John R. Carwile, | B. C. Bryan,
James Mitchell.
L, W. Youngblood, | S. T. Edwards.
W. D Jennings, . W. F. Roath.
E E. Keese, | E. J. Goggans,
Ci. W. Lott, I Wm. F. iMobley.
S. C. Cartledge.
J. W. Zimmerman, Zachariah L. Boone,
J. Cyrus Buzzard, Henry A. Williams,
Mike Hare, Wm. C, Corlev,
W. E. Doboy, F. E. Rinehart.
E E Jefferson, H. A. Robertson.
W. L. McDaniel. | Joseph. W. Wyse.
Jaa. P. Coleman. j Martin Eideon,
Capt. T Hearn.
Sad Death
Mr. Joseph Griffith, of the Richardson
ville stctiou of our county, died July 20th,
aged about 30 years. J Iis mind was of
high order and well cultivated, but he had
been an invalid for many year?. He was
a member of the Methodist church and
died in the good hope of Heaven.
A Little Boy Dead.
We regret to hear of the death oi little
Tillman Purifoy Forrest, the three-years
old son of Mr. G. W Forrest, of the But
ler Church section. This death occurred
or .J 23d July, and on the following day
the child's body was laid to rest in the
Butler Church cemetery, to awajj^ the
morning of the .resurrection.
torage for 40.000 Bushels, of Oats,
Covered by lLsorai.ee
-Oats-are now selling afc 50 cents a hush
el. And our popular compatriot, J iles M.
Berry, of Augusta, a true-blue Edgefield
man. offers to dispose of them for ourpeo
ple at current prices, or to hold t uc-tn for
higher prices in the fall. He has storage
accommodations for 40,000 bushell, cov
ered by insurance. See Mr. Bern-'s card
in another colnmn. Everybody in Edge
field know3 and loves Jil-* .M. Hetty, and
half the population are kin to him. 'fake
your oats to him. He h the man.
Tremendous Improvement in Baling
Do our farmers and planters know that
cotton can be baled n.nv in leas than bali"
the time required foiraerly? And far
more securely ? Do we hear you ask :
"How?" Well, by means o? the Balli
more Hand Power Baling Pres?, now be
ing sold in immense numbers by M A.
Stovall.of Augusta. Mr. Si o vail is 3'resi- j
dent of the famous Georgia Chemical
Works, and a gentleman of equal enter
prise, reliability and courtesy. The Bal
timore Hand Power Baling Press is, how
ever, as effective by steam or horse power
as by hand. Manufactured and for sale
by M. A. Stovall, Angusla. We hope
that none ol our cotton planters will over
look Mr. Stovall's adverlisement which
appears in the present issue of the A n
The Campaign Nearing Its Clise.
Edgefield's sixty-odd candidates arc in
their quarter stretch. Thirty days more,
and the hurly-burly,will be ended; the
lists will be made np, and each man will
know his fate. Bat these coming thirty
days will be days of hot strife r-nd weary
endeavor; and there is but one thing that
will cany candidates und people safely
through the ordeal, bot one thing that,
will keep head and mind and stomach in
safe condition. And that one thing
need we name il?-is PENN'S BITTERS.
Penn's Bitter's for the Liver!
How Honesty is the Best Policy.
The inauguration of the raonthlv Grand
Drawings of the Louisiana State Lottery
Company at the lime of its inception
(with its thus seemingly unnecessarily lib
eral offer of prizes,) was a very bold un
dertaking for those tfme3. But, the Hon
est, Intelligent and Reliable management
has never failed to perform to the moment
and to the letter, all that it has promised,
and now reaps its reward for its fidelity,
in having deservedly the entire confidence
of the public from the St. Lawrence to the
Gulf of Mexico, and from the Atlantic to
the Pacific. Genl'a. G. T. Beauregard, of
La., and Jubal A. Early, of Ya., ha?-e the
sole management of the drawings, and $5
or any $1 fraction of it, sent to M. A.
Dauphin, New Orleans, La., will receive
prompt attention. The next event occurs
on Tuesday, August 8th.
New Goods I
Just opened a lot of Calicoes, Muslins,
Domestics, Hoop Skirts, Ribbons, Ac, at
Aug. l,-4t33
Fine Painting.
Mr. E. V. Richards, Fresco and Por
trait painter solicits patronage from th?
people of Edgefield County. Old por
traits retouched and made as good as ne*
and portraits painted irj-first class style.
Address E. V. RICHARDS,
Edgefield C. H.
j Churches.
I On Sunda}* next, in our town, tbe Sun
, day School Convention will engross nil
denominations. s The Rev. Mr. Mood will
be at Middle Ridge, where the .Td Quar
terly Meeting is to be held. The Rev.
Mr. Morris will preach at Johnston in the
forenoon, and at Trenton at night. The;
Rev Mr. Rogers will be absent, from the
county. The Rev. Mr. Traywick wiil alBO
be absent from the county in attendance
upon the Newberry Camp Meeting. The,
Rev. Mr, Meadors will preach at Mount
Vernon in the forenoon, and at Mount
Carmel in the afternoon. We do not
give the regular appointments of the
Baptist preachers, inasmuch as we ima
gine they will all be present at the Sun
day School Convention,
Still Another.
Mr. Joshua Beall, of the West side, is
announced as a candidate for County
j Commissioner.
The S' S. Procession.
The grand procession of the Sanday
Schools will be formed at the Baptist
Church-on Sunday next-and march
thence lo the grove of the Male Academy.
The Clintonward Ranger?.
Ai we write, the Clintonward Rangers
are passing through to the Burns picnic
aud formally salute the ADVERTISER.
We beg leave to express to them our
Assigned Lands for Sale.
See advertisement, in another column,
from J. C. C. Black, Attorney, of Augus
ta, offering for sale certain valuable lands
in KdgefieM County belonging tu Wal
lace it Cranston.
Candidates to Klrksey's.
I Candidates will note the fact that the
Democratic Club of Gray Township will
meet at Hurst's Store on Saturday, the
19th instant. And if we do not mistake
it is designed that this meeting shall be a
large and stirring one.
At Kinard and Riser's.
Do not forget the grand rally at Kinard
& Riser's, in Rinehart Township, on Wed
nesday of next week. This promises to
be one of the very biggest affairs of the
Richland Springs.
Richland Springs ' :urch-one of the
Rev. N. N. Burton's-in the Mine Creek
section-has beerr, or is being, reshingled. i
A -oiracted meeting will r,e begun at
this church on Sunday next.
A protracted meeting will be begun at '
Bethany on Sunday next. We mean '
Baptist Bethany at Liberty Hill. There
is a Methodist Bethany on Saluda. 1
Presbyteriau Installation.
The Rev. S. L. Morns ia to be installed, ?
at Trenton, on the 3d Sunday in this
To Candidates. I
Get ready for the primaries by having <
your tickets printed. We 3re now print- ]
ing lickvts at $2 per thousand-with your j
name thereon in big letters. ,
Everything Ready for the Convention. *
jlvervthing is ready for the Sunday ?
School Convention which is to assemble i
on Friday next. For the mass meeting i
on Sunday a stand and seats have been t
prepared in the grove of the old Male 1
Academy. A table has been erected in 1
'van??? g?ot>o, ?tid - Ji w;K daj_&-?en- ?
eral-Jinner will be spread there. ?^?iry- J
body will dine in the grove. Untit Sun- *
day, the meetings will be held in the '
Baptist Church. Governor Colquitt will
sneak ou Sunday. Mr. Fred. Lockhart, <
of Augusta, will also speak during the c
session. Mr. Geo. 0. Robinson will be s
cuiocg the visitors. 1
Clint onward Rangera.
A company of mounted Rangers has I
been organized at Clintonward, number- 1
ing 47, rank snd file. The following arc 1
the ( fficers elected: .1 M Ward, Captain, ?
lohn Gregory, 1st Lieutenant: H L Winn,
2d Lieutenant; J A Satchel-, 3d Lienten- <
ant; ? W Hughes, 1st Sergeant; S G i
Banks, 2d Sergeant; Arthur Kidson, 3d I
S. raennt S C Smith,-Ith Sergeant. H F 1
Hughes, Color Sergeant.
Pine Crops South of Us.
The crops upon the plantations of Col.
A. i". Bul'er and Mr. Oeorge W. Walker
deserve special mention, as they were the
be?t we saw. The "no fence" law bas
gone fully into force np in that section of
the country, for we saw many fields of
corn and cotton standing out with no
sign of fence around them; the rails hav
ing been hauled away to fence up pas
tures for the confinement of their stock.
Hamburg Correspondence of Augusta
Storm and Fire on the Ridge.
On Saturday night last a heavy thun
der storm passed over Ridge Spring. The
lightning struck one of the large otk trees
in front o? Mr. R. B. Watson's house and
shivered it. On Sunday night a small
store, owned by Mr. John Nobles and sit
uated near the depot, was foupd to be on
lire and was rapidly buming when the
fire was first discovered. It burned to the
ground very quickly, lt was occupied by
Mr. Dick Morris as a ??roeery stol e. He
had ?.>'30 insurance on his stock.
At Red Oak Grove.
The protracted meeting at Red Oak
Grove last wee-k was richly biepsed. Six
teen were added to the Church, and,
judging from the manifestations at the
very close, many more would have joined
could the meeting have been continued
Of the said sixteen, eleven have already
beeu baptized. ' Mr. Bussey was ably as
sisted iu this meeting by the Rev. Mr.
Fant and the Rev. Mr. Hundley, who
preached with great zeal and power, and
gained the love of all the Grove section.
Sunday School Concert at (?assaway.
The Sunday School and friends of Gas
saway met on Friday afternoon, July 28,
to hold a Concert. While the audience
was not very large, the interest was very
great. The exercises were preside-' ,ver
by the pastor, the Rev. J. B. 'r .iywick!
ind many intcreBtin- ' s and essays
were listened to. The school was so
plea?ed that they decided to hold another
Concert at an early day.
Mr. James Stocker, late of Charleston,
committed suicide at the residence of his
sister, Mrs. Charlotte O'Neal, near Den
ny's X Roads, July 20th. He had been
laboring under mental derangement for
two or three weeks, bot was considered as j
harmless. The night before the fatal day,
he, with his sister, spent the night with
Rev. Milton Norris, near Balesburg; and
on the following morning he attempted to
drown himself in a fish pond, but failed.
His sister then took him to ber residence,
anti that day, about 4 p. m., he hung him
self with a rope in the barn. The place
selected, the length of rope, and the hang
man's knot he tied, all indicated calcula
tion and ingenuity, May sister and
mother have the sustaining grare i
whose Providence is as wise and i
j it is mysterious.
! Frances JV. Picken* Dugus. .
Tins lowly little lady-rlirec
Heaven-arrived in our town on
day Mfternoon last, and is sojournin
her beautiful grandmother, Mrs.
Holcombe Pickens, at "Edgewood,"
she ? the cause of immense cong;
lion and an object of nnbounde
Her mother aud father are both wit
and all three are in a high state of
and accommodation. And if her
is not one of the happiest men alive
he is not the very fine fellow we tal
to be.
By Request of the Conference.
By request of the Conference
teeling it an honor io do so-we p
this week the Mission Report cf th*
R. L. Harper, of Abbeville, read
late meeting at Emory Church. It
less valuable in matter than beauti
style, and proves its author to be a
ter of English diction and a belles 1
scholar of high rank.
A Happy Decision ?'"?r F?gefieht.
Mr. Charles W. Creighton, win
just returned from Chester, whith
went as a delegate from the Edg
Circuit to the Columbia District Cc
encc, steps into our sanctum as we ;
and communicates to us the pleasin
telligence that the District Conferer
ISfi-j is lo meet in Edgenehl. A j
Baptist Convention a few days l?enle
agr??t Methodist Conference a year h
Improvements at Ridge Spring.
Who said Ridge Spring waa "finish
Mr. R H. Morris has purchased
from Mr. J. W. Moble, and is havi
storehouse and dwelling erected th er
Mr. G. A. Morris is the contractor
builder. And efforts are being mai
and we believe with good prospect
success-to establish a Female Colkg
that nature favored place. Providi
has made great things possible foi' R
Spring. Money, and a will to spen
are among the human requirement
Golden Dent Corn.
Along with a whole load of raagnifn
watermelons, Mr. Ben Hatcher, of Ti
ton, sends us several ears of the Gol
Dent corn-splend'.'l in size, sound ?
dollar, and as thoroughly ripe as possi
And this, too, was a fortnight ago.
corn was planted on the loth of Ar.
Mr. Hatcher says this variety, besides
mg good in every other respect, matt
much earlier than any he has ever pla
wi. We hear of another gentleman, '.
3. C. L. Bush, of the Hamburg secli
who has planted a second crop of t
x>ru and expects a fine yield in the lat
part of October, Therefore let all hal
be up and doing as regards the Cole
A Banner Presentation.
A beautiful and interesting incident
Jie L'nion Meeting at Horn's Creek
satin da}' last, was the presentation
Mrs. .lohn C. Swearengin, a sister of t
Mon fi. D. Tillman, of a handsome ba
1er to the Sunday School. Mrs. Swet
mgm is a lady of great spirit and ener?
is regards religious, political or soci
natters, and like most of her name, s
s a iftnaer and a worker. Tho present
ion was made through the Hon. Clint?
Ward; and Mrs. Swearengin could n
lave chosen a better representative
ipqkesman. Jor Mr. Ward has long be<
H^??????ay '^k^?HM?^ ?Pfrrm^- t%
md generosity^
The Corn Crop.
Lately we have been far io the Nort
o the South, to the Eist, tc the West,
mr County, and we think wo can secure
lay that the corn israade-almost absolu!
y safe. And it is very abundant. Thei
rvill be more corn made in Fdgeliehl th
year than for many a year before. Ar
Lhe cotton prospect, at present, is equal!
K Scene In the Great Campanil.
It is nine o'clock ai night, and tho lan
if Red Hill ia hushed and still. Tl:
noon rides high in the summer sky, an
lier light falls in ghastly whiteness upc
tiill and vale. Not even tho bark of
watch-dog breaks the dead stillness of th
scene. And the wife and children i
James A. Lanier, in their beaut iful lu
secluded home, watch quietly for then
turn of husband and father. They ?reai
not of the heavy visitation that God hr
in immediate store for ihem. Bnt th
scene changes ! Hark to the harsh rn
and rumble of countless chariots and td
clatter of many horses1 Nearer an
nearer they come; and the inmates of tba
silent cottage think of tornados, an
earthquakes, and the Day of Judgmen
Rut the dread reality is worse than any <
these ! It is seven men, five vehicles, an
six horses. They come from the Lanhai
picnic, 14 miles away, and are led by ,1a
A. Lanier in person. Of tho other si:
men, five are candidate?, and thc sixth i
a private gentleman. And now let u
transfer the scene to the hindmost vehicli
We sit in it by thc side of a lordly leg?
candidate; and as we stop short be? ,.e th
galt.- of the cottage, we espy siti ng o
the piazza, indistinct in the dim an
broken moonbeams, a dark and giganti
figure (hat makes us think of Goliath (
(rath, and of the Cyclops, and of th
Colossus of Rhodes, and of t he Geuii in th
Arabian Nights: and we shtutder wit
nameless dread. And now the giganti
figure arises and comes forward, and w
expect to be smitten as Samson .?mot
the Philistines. But not so. It is no
Goliath nor Samson, lt is only nipa);
and kind-hearted Captain Cal. Kin'.rd, c
Ninety-Six. And, he rushes out am
shakes Capt. Lanier by the hand and says
"Hello, Jim, I'm delighted lo see ycu
Come in. Never mind about your buggj
and horse. Hello, Gen'l. Nich?lson
Hello, Mr. Jones! Hello, Col. Folk
Hello, Mr. Colgan ! Hello, Mr. Zimmer
man ! Hello, Mr. Bacon ! Gentlemen
one and all, delighted to see you. Com?
in! Come in! Giveyou some supper as sooi
as Mrs. Kinard can have it prepared.'
And Captain Lanier laughs until you cai
hear him to Parksville; and Cuptam Cal
laughs; and the other live candidate
j laugh; and the one gentleman shrieks
And we go in, and wo unlimber our dus
leis, and wa bump, and thump, and wash
and smoke; and the candidates tell jokes
and worry each other not a little. Am
then Mrs, Lanier gives us a royal supper
carrying ns back to the splendid dinnei
at Lanham's Spring. AF.-I WC eat like
anacondas-all except the ene gentleman
And then we thump and bump and smoki
again. And then wc look at all Ihesi
wayfaring men, and we look al, Capta il
Cal., who will require two beds; and al
though the bouse is 7ery capacious an?
very comfortable, we begin lo fear thai
tho one solitary private individual wil
find no place to lay bis bones. And w<
creep up to our friend John Zimmermai
-County Commissioner Zimmerman
and? beg the loan of his county map tc
sleep on. With the county map and t
I hand pat ch el, we can do very we
we have alarmed ourselves in vai
hind hoj?t if fqnal to all hoppitnlif
we ?ill have a lovely bed:, and
Cal. unlimbers his tongue until
the night. And next morning, at
.lim and Capt. Capt Cal. leading
on huge bays, we are all onthl
march for Parksville. This is a
and an oft repeated one-in lb
campaign of 1882.
Old .Soldiers ot the .Seventh.
Press on, old soldiers of the
Regiment S. C. V" a3 regards t
posed reunion at the old Star Fort
ty-8ix. Keep the ball rolling,
let the project fall through. W<
not imagine anything more glorioi
such a reunion would be. Why i
a preliminary meeting soon?
The Hussar Picnic at Lani
The Grandest arid Most Beautil
cial Gathering Ever Seen i
?So grand, so bright, so beat
so delightful, so exquisitely g<
and tasteful in all its arrangea
that we certainly shall not atten
tackle it in detail. To paint the
Haney' and joy fainer of the
ham's Spring picnic would demi
pen and a fancy far more pow
than ours.
j As we have said above, and
literal truthfulness, it was.the gr
es< and most beautiful social ga
iug ever seen in Edgefield ; an
we predicted last week, everyl
upon earth was there-every si
soul-all the continents and al]
most distant isles ol' the sea--Get
Jew, Greek and Moslem! And hi
ily do we congrat?late the trihi
Meriwether, and of the borders th
of, npon the transcendent succe?
their great social manifestation
McKiea, the Lanhams, the De Vc
the Fairs, the Simpsons, the Mil
the Dobeys, the Gardners, the Shi
the Lani?re, the Reeses, the Brigg
the Tillmans, the Bunches, the G
ers, the Ryans, the Butlers, the Wi
the Swearengins, the Rainsforde,
Holders, the Wellees, the May
the Meri wei hers, the Hammonds,
Mealings, the Get/.ens ! We al
lutely love to write their namee!
The Pavilion is vast and beauti
When finished-painted and or
meuted-it will be the social pr
of all lower Edgefield.
The band was fine-the most
imitable dance music lire Lave hei
iu many years. The dance was chat
mg and continuous-quadrille, la
ers, waltz. The ladies were roses ?
lilies in a garden. The costuc
were surpassingly lovely and taste!
Th, ?I inner was all that wealth, a
luxury, and laste, and hospital!
and good cooking could make it. A
joy reigned supreme from the risi
of the sun to the going down gj
fame. |:f ;
Some two hundred and fifygj
lars were contributed towa?|
completion of the Payilion.ffl
"WiTfftrU C~n- tllTCV-Tu - <^5Th pm i*? O U W1
the grand hospitality-past and pr<
ent-ol the gallant Hussars.
The candidates covered at bonsai
h?ls, arid sLed smiles and welcon
in great summer showers.
The Hon. George D. Tillman, w
had arrived at heme the day btfo:
was pr?sent-the cynosure of alley
and hearts, ami the victim of i
ht arty hands and welcoming tongiu
Old George stood upon h?R nnti
heath! And that heath swelled wi
lordly contempt ol ull his enemies!
Thc 5'niou Merlin? and Dedin
Hon at Parksville.
Saturday and Sunday last we
great days at Parksville-the beau
foi capital ol Washington Townsh
-and the queen of the West sid
The new church is large, well bur
and beautifully situated. Aa ye
however, it is without paint, and wit
out pews within or trees withot
But all these things will soon be adi
ed : lor Parksville, is no lees zealo'
in good works than enterprising
material matters.
On Saturday the audience w
large. On Sunday the ciowd w
overwhelming a-d illimitable. Tl
Rev. Mr. Fant was the Moderate
The Rev. Mr. Collier preached tl
introductory sermon. The Rev. M
Miller, of Abbeville, preached ti
missionary sermon. The Rev. M
Fant preached the dedication sermo
The sacred edifice was dedicated c
Sunday afternoon.
Ali the churches ot the D visioi
if we mistake not, were represente
eithc-r by letter or delegates. On Sa
urday the singing was without ai
corapaniment. On Sunday, Miss Wi
son, a very kind and accomplish?
young iady of the low country,-wb
designs teaching at Parksville, pla;,
ed on the organ, and showed herse
to be quite at Lome ou that, instn
Both on Saturday and Sunday,sui
sciiptions were solicited mr ttl
church, and, il' we dor.ot err,enoug
was given not only to pay oft'an ou
standing debt, but also to go on wit
needed improvements.
A very pleasing feature ol thi
meeting was the appearance in an
about, the pulpit of old father Samue
P. Oetzen, ol Curryton, who, desp?t
age, inlirmity and paralysis, is lui
ol' /.eal, full of holy hope, and eage
to bear testimony to the power of th
atouirm blood. The old gentiema;
kneels with difficulty, and his voie
is weak. But his words are stron]
and lull of earnest exhortation. T
hundreds of people it was a proloum
pleasure to behold his lace once more
The Rev. George W. Bussey, th
pastor of the church, was, of course
equally happy md busy. We knov
ol no man ir preacher with a hear
more single to the glory of God-am
to his work-than George W. Bussey
On both days there was a baske
, dinner hard by I he church, provide!
i by the citizens for many milesaround
I and we have never beheld hospitality
. more comprehend VP or ?onrteay more
pejfe.d tiran at lair P.jiksviM?. .
On Sunday afternoon the sei vices
and-the pleasure of the occasion were
marred by a long and violent raie,
\^&B&ssntih that many people had a
terrible time in getting home. We
"-know of two lone men who anived
among their distant people long after
nightfall drenched to the bone-just
as wet as. if they had spent 30 days
at the;bottom ol the Savannah river.
Bnt.the Parksville Union ?Meeting
and Dedication made up a very har
py occasion ; and we warmly congrat
ulate our friends of the new town
that they haye secured so fair a tem
pie to the Living God.
Miffldjg'-School ( unveil.ion l'?roc
A f tory.
^ -
Th^'delegates to the Baptist Sunday
hool Convention, whose names have
been sent in, have boen assigned to homes
as follows :
Thomas J. Adama-E Watson, *. P,
John L. Addison-P B Kemp, W L
McDaniel, jr., A 6 Holmes, M li Minis.
v- James M. Abney-P C Stevens, J F
I Werf ?
i James T. Bacon-R B Watson, Rev. ?
W. Williams, N W Brooker, Dr. J Quat.-,
I' Mrs. Lucy J. Bates-Larkin Rice, D A
D Bel!, jr.
Rev. J. W. Barr-J C Morgan, -I L
Ouzls, Thos L Mack, William Whatley.
Mrs. E R. Bland-Rev. A. J. S.Thom
|Ls, J'red T Lockhart, S C Cartledge.
W. IL Branson-W B Loirrej, J K
B. C. Bryan-L F Dorn, Rob't Parks.
Dr. Seth Butler-Rev J K Pant, .1 E
ar flow.
Mrs. S. A. Bulkier-I C Lewis, C M
H Capt. h Charlton-Prof A S Townes,
JU Edwards.
Col. O F Cheatham-Dr. I) P La
ne, John M Taylor, Coodey Lewis, W
~ tr
;s M. Cobb-Rev W T Hundley,
l^Kieorge O Robinson.
J?enj. P. Covar- D S Burnett, Charles
L. Dobson-P H Bussey, Jno What
R. Duriroe-Rev G W Bussey, W R
ier? J II Coleman, M A Watson.
iTT. Ed wards ~G W Smith, Jeff
ft H. Foll:-Luther Getz-n, /. Ii
Sou^h, John W Denny, J P Strom.
K>t. H. B Gallman-I L Carter, -Inn
Alvv Hart-T R Itenny, Jacob Smith,
Inaae-Bfiwards, jr.
Dr HilUDr. W II Ammerman,
W ?pfttikett.
Bfflnet folland-Henry A Williams,
edge L Holson-1 fl Byrd, Oscar
Lee ll olson-J G Mayson, J S
H. Hollingsworth-Rev. N N
Bur?^-W A Culbreath, J A West.
D.Uennings-A V Bussey, Jef
'wis Jonen-Dr J II Strom, L
pflvy-J C Long, John Brook?,
nuitz- John Brunson.
^Iays-A B Turner, Mil
rMrs. W. S. Mobley.
Ej&b-S R \Va^en, CW ?
Nonis-CauWB PatrickJfit
Paling, E Fflorris, O L Stiy
r. H. Parker-Dr J B Courtney,
yF Roath-W A Webb, Jasob Sm
I? A Ryah-Robert Griffie, .1
brlando Sheppard-A G Williams.
IS Sheppard, Jesse Williams.
J O Sheppard -Gov A M Colquill,
IE Prescott, John Bush.
Mrs. Lucy Tompkins-James Freeto
:es Calliham.
Urs F H Tillman-J T Minis, I.
lev E T Walker-Capt T II Clark.
T Wright-M P Trotter. F. .1 W,
J Younghlood-W D Tn nier, I
tonie of the Sunday Schools have
if in names ot their delegates-tl;
?gales will be assigned as (heir nar
Ine in.
For the Advertiser.
loJ|e ( losing Days of the .lohnst
JOHNSTON', Aug. 1st, 1SSJ.
Your correspondent had the plei
? of attending the Johnston N<
1 only one day during the last t'
eks of its session ; but from go
thority I learn that the progrc
3 good and that the school, up
whole, was eminently successfi
ch benefit will arise therefrom
teachers in attendance, and it
thHe dawn of a new era in school teac
inft *n ?^ Edgelieid-an era that w
stamped with material progr?s
d that will revolutionize the pr
iling belief in tight masters ai
pgh rods. Below I give you a li
the teachers in attendance:
F Lovelace, Miss Mamie Dor
rs BF Love ace, W T Hundley,
iss S Lovelace, Miss Mamie Boy?
MBPS L Jordan, Miss A Lovelace
GJW Lott, B B Swearengin,
iss L E Posey, Miss F Johnson,
P Henry, Miss M Johnson,
A Marchant, Mrs M E Tallier
rs Williams, E J Goggans,
liss K Gil?land, Mrs Mary Werls,
0 Lewis, S C Cartledge,
rs Hattie Bruce, Mrs Mary Beard
J McDaniel, Mrs J F Peak,
P Wright, Miss P P Hcllam
W Cannon, Mrs S L Ready,
rs Johu Ivey, Mips C M Gilder.
pTh6re was a considerable decreai
ind the number of regular attendant
dnjring the last week.
For tbe Advertiser.
The Kdgefield Normal institute close
session on Friday last, and the vei
t ol'the teacher.-: who attended, an
LU+e peuple generally, is expressed i
th? following preamble and resolution
entered by K. W. (".ninon, Ksq , an
"opted by the school :
~ ??HECHAS, a Normal School convene
atWobnston Academy un the 3d day i
Jilly, 1882, and bas continued unintoi
ruf pied Iv for one month, under the man
agleinent of School Com missioner J, W
Kjftlson, ami the tuition and inst ruct in
oil Profs, ti. Neely ami S. H. Owens, fi
Aftgusta, (?H., at which Instit nie lb
telchers of Kdgeiield County have hm
ar^?T?portunlty ol' being instructed ii
Uro most improved and practical mode
ol teaching; and, whereas, they bav
bien entertained by a series of interest
life lectures from time to time klndb
given by the following distinguish*)
gentlemen, to wit: Prof. S. H. Owens,
Col. NV. H. Folk, Hon. Hugh s 'Pho.i y
! sm, Mr. 'no. R. R4CWI. Jr. 1' <>''. P.
i Menus i>?.\ U and Prof. K. Nely; t-bcr?
'. f n e, lie i: rc80h'r<r,
Ut That H'H do hert'by tend-r our
' thanks tn our ethci'*nt >ch?.o| ?'omnd<
sioner, J. W. Kidson, ?rid also i?> Prof
j B. V Lovelace, lor the interest and /.eal
they have manifester! in organizing and
eonduotir.tr a Normal School for the ben
elit ol' the teachers of EdgHield County.
2nd. That the thanks ol' the teachors,
and citizens of Johnst<?n and vicinity,
are tendered to Profs. Neely and Owens,
for to their patier.ee, zeal, and erndlte in
structions is due in a great measure Hie
success of,the Institute.
:jr(L That the thanks of the teachers,
and citizens of Johnston and vicinity,
are also due the distinguished gentlemen
who delivered lectures during the term.
?*4tli. That the Teachers Institute is the
commencement of a new enterprise in
the cause of education, and bas awaken
ed an interest in the hearts of our people
that must necessarily result in the ae
omplishment of much good.
5th. That it is the desire ol the people
ami teachers that the Institude become a
permanent one in our County and hold
its annual session at Johnston.
<i;h. That the foregoing preamble and
resolutions be pnUnshed in our three
County pupers.
Tiie local editor of the Springfield
(Mass.) Republican, Mr. J. H. Mab
bitt, nays : " We have riped St. Ja
cob' Oil.in our family l\ r rheuma
tism, and found it io be ? first-class
thing."-Boston I?cr*;ld.
1 .-<???- ?.
Maps of Edenfield Countv for sale at
the ADVERTISER office. Price $1.
Tone ot* the market-12, m., steady;
p. m., steady.
Ordinary. !,t
Good Ordinary. 1H
Low Middling. 115
Middling. 12
Good Middling . Iii
The following lands lying in Ed?e
?ld County, transferred to rae by
D.^ed of Assignment of WALLACE
210 AcB'es,
bounded by lands of Estate of George
Bell. Manchester Padgett, A. B. Watson
and Estate ol' William Watson.
?527 Acres,
on Cloud's Creek, bounded by lands of
Manchester Padgett, John R. Watson
ami Estate of Abraham Chapman.
? IO Acre?,
bounded by lands of Jas. A. DeVore,
Douglass Robertson-conveyed to War
ren, Wallace ?V Co. by J. M. and Arte
mas Holston.
Ito Acre?,
known as the Rhoden Tract, bounded
hy lands of Mrs. Pram:!* Knoden, Dar
ling Williams, Estate J. W. Herring,
conveyed to Warren, Wallace A: Co. by
John H. Carwile.
72 Acre?,
known as the Hazel Tract, bnnndeU by
lands of I) Purgeson. Mrs. 1 larson and
Estate of David Smith.
1 Lol,
at Johnston Depot, containing ? an acre.
?60 Acre?,
on Landrnni Creek, bounded by lands
of J. G. Strother, E. T. Strotherand G.
E. Strother-conveyed to Warren, Wal
lace A Co. by M". J.'Watson.
^"gT"- Arv nerson-. desiring to pur- |
>v j'r/cmTs? can communicate with the t
lei signed at Augusta, Gr*.
J*S. C. Ci BUCK,
Assignee of Wallace ?V Cranston
Aug. 2, IS82-2m35
Dr I
: .v
To this question of ? parent thc
nn mia m
tiR KKK VILLIS, S. i ,
f'mtwletl tnt Hf Itaptitl Stair <''numil'i
nf fbmth Cni oliim in |8Tt4,
Oller?; Its Claims:
Corp* of eleven Instructors I
180 pupils in attendance!
lu health, social ?md religions adva
inges, Greenville is unrivalled.
Music mulera European Master-Cn
Course of Study und thoroughness
requirement in scholarship equal to tl
best Female College in the South.
Expenses low and reasonable. UV i
rid' MMpftV?tOH.
Fal! Term, I8S2, begins,
WeiinfsiSaj, Sept, Lilli,
Send for New Catalogue.
.inly ll. 1SS2.- 2m:;2] President.
Produce, Prevision and Grai
Commission Merchants,
Anil Manufacturers* Agents.
]Sro. 1, Warren Block
To M?hlers or Red Oats:
Wa are prepared to Store taren!
(20.000) thousand bushels Oats.
Make cash advances on same, and liol
until Fall and Winier; at which tim
tiley will no doubt command much bel
ter prices than at present.
We solicit consignments of and ant
respondenco with all who have Oats.
Our references are the Banks and prill
cipal Merchants here.
Truly yours,
F. A. Timberlako & Co.
July Ii?, lf-82.-luiS.1
ed ?ud manufactured hy THOMA!
WYNNE. Ilelalr, Ga Please sand foi
circulai. I ?jim furnish Feeders if de
sired. Til OS. WYNNE.
GIRARD, R?BKE Co.. G \., July l, 'so
.I/;* Thoma* Wini vc.
I) KAU MK - li alfords me irreal, pleas
ure to testify to the excel lent, qualities n
of you lavt Pall. It mus very light, gilli
clean aili! makes :i beautiful ?int.
Yours respectfully.
.Inly IO.-2133
Consulting and Superintending
and Specillcalions al Mod?rale ctn: rgea
The friends of Mr. BENJAMIN ED
WARDS announce him a candidate for
a seat in the next House of Representa
tives, and he will abide the result of the
Primary election and support the nomi
nee* of the Democratic party.
The friends of CALVIN W. K INA RD
respectfully announce him as a candi
date for the Legislature. He will abide
the result of the Primary election.
The friends of Rev. .TOAR EDWARDS
nominate him for a seat in the next
House bf Representatives, and pledge
him to abide the result of the Primary
Wise Township Democratic Cliib re
sp*.;; fi?ly announce G BO. W. TURNER.
Eso, , a candidate for the House of Rep
resentatives, subject to the primary cu
clorsetnent of the Democratic party of
Kdgegald, and pledge him to support
the nominations.
At the request of friends Vf. J. READY
ls announced as a candidate tor the nom
ination for a seat in the Lower House ol
the next General Assembly of South
Carolina, subject to tho action of tbe
Democratic party.
At the request of friends Dr. W. H.
TIM MERMAN ls annouueed as a candi
date for the nomination for a scat in the
Lower House of the next Geueral As
tern hly ol South Carolina, subject to the
lotion ?f the Democratic party.
The lrieuds of Coi.. WILLUM II
FOLK respectfully aunouuee him as a
candidate ?br representative for Edge
lield County in the next Legislature.
H.? will abide the result of the primary
'lection and support tho nominees of the
Do moo rat! c party.
We are ?uthorixed to announce Mr.
FAMES P. NORRIS as a candidate for
Representative to the Legislature, and
pledge him to abide the result of the
Democratic primary election.
The friends of Maj. ERNEST GABY
respectfully announce him as a candi
date for the Legislature for the ensuing
[erm of the same. Kdgelield should
have, ut least, one lawyer in the House
if Representatives. And we feel conii
flfnt that there is no oue who would
more unselfishly devote hus energies
*nd abilities to the promotion of the best
interests ol his people.
Many friends respectfully present the
name of LEWIS P. JONES as a suitable
person to represent E-Jgetield in the next
liemiral Assembly, subject to the prima
ry endorsement^'the Democraticparty.
Many friends of^te Hon. CLINTON
WAK? very respectfully nominate him
for re-election cs a men? ber, from Edge
field, o?' the H-^?^-^-fpresetit-uives ni
sfru;ii (.;i't':WB?WWi? l?l" primary
/ The mauy friends of HonTw. J. T
ni:iiTtof the Otb Regiment, hereby ni
i nate him as a candidate for re-elec!
as Represeutrtive to the Legislature,
in making this nomination they ft
endorse his past course in the Le~;
lure, ano recommend him as worth.;
the support of tho Democratic voter"
(?djreUehl County, pledging him to al
the reknit, of the ptimary election.
The friends of J. CROWELL MIT<.
ELL, a farmer and one who served Ii i
inlly during thc war in tho Ninetee
Regiment, respectfully announce li
as a candidate Ihr Clerk of the Court
Kdgt lieid county at i he ensuing eleci
He will abide tho result ol' the prion
election, ?nd support thc Democn
party. MANY FRI KM*
The friends of Capt. h. F. LOVELAi
from Saluda, respectfully present
name as a candidate for Clerk of Co
for Edgclield County, subject to the
lion ot i he Democratic party.
At tho urgent rfnilfl*t of manvfrh n
CA PT. F. A. TOWNSEND has conseil!
to stand for tho oflic? of Clerk of I
Court at the ensuing election, subject
tho decision of the primary clectiou.
To thc Democratic Voters of Edgffield
I announce myself as a candidate ;
your nomination for Clerk of Court,
sgreo to.abide the result of the nomir
lion and to support the nominees of t
Tlie friends of Mr. JOHN D. ROPJ
respectfully nominate him asa candid*
for Clerk of the Court for Edgefli
County at the next election, subject
the action of the Democratic Conve'utic
Tho friends of JESSE M. HART i
spectfully present his nsimo to the Dei
ocnuic voters of Kdgelieid County as
candidate for Clerk of the Court.
To My Friends.
I respectfully announce myself as
candidate for Clerk of tho Co'nvt at ti
ensuing election J. A. C. .TONKS.
Weare authorized to announce to tl
Democratic voters of Edcrelield Count
that W. H. BRUNSON, Esq, is a cane
?late for Clerk of the Court, subject to ll
nomination of the Democratic Party.
To the Vaters ol'Edgcfleld County.
I respectfully announce that I ara
candidate for re-election to the oflice
Clerk of toe Court.
Many Friends announce the name
CAPT. J. V.. WILLIAMS as a candida
for Clerk of the Court.
We have been rf quested oy the frlen<
of Capt JAS MITCH ELL to annouiu
him a candidate for the ellice of Conni
Treasurer, -subject to tho action oft!
Democratic parly of Edgefiold County.
JOH N lt. CAR WILE is announced ?
a candidate for County Treasurer, sui
ject in the action of the primary elect loi
sud pledges himself to support the non
inees of the party.
The many friends of B. C. BRYA?
Esq , respectfully present his name I
tho voters of Edgeheld County as a sui
able candidate for re-election to the cyb?
of County Treasurer. /
Many friends of CAPT. LOU]
YOUNO BLOOD announce him iu
didate for the Andi torah! p nf.
County In the com i hg '
pledge him to abide tilt],
primary election.
The friends of S
spectfully nom i Iii
for re-election Ru
hun tn abide tho.
oralie party of Ei
Store Knout lo
Thc Store
building now
for rent
We have I ? tu ; ell ori?ed to ?nm ai te
the lAittif?of ?ir ..O-IIUA K. BEAT L
ai a candidate tor ilie < fflye of County
Commissioner, and lie i?*i>1; dged to abide
the result ol* thc jniinary elf ction.
The friends of MARTIN KIDSON re
spectfully announce him as a suitable
candidate for the (Jilee of County Com
missioner lor Edge field county, subject
to the result of the Primary election of
tho Democratic party.
Many friends of Capt. T. H EARN re
spectfully announce him as a candidate
for County Commissioner of. Edgefield,
and p'edge him to* abide the result of the
primary election.
Wc announce as a lit aud suitable per
son f>r County .Commissioner, W. I..
MCDANIEL; and we pledge him to abide
the result of the D?mocratie .Primary
elec ion.
MANY OTI/KXS ov Tin-: i<TU RT:O'T.
Many friends* of Capt. .JOSEPH W.
W YSK announce him as a candidate lor
County Commissioner of Edgefieldcoun
ty, and pledge him to abide the" result
ol* the Primary election.
The many friends of JAMES. P.
COLEM?N, iii both Huiet and Coleman
townships, announce him a candidate
for County Commissioner, pledgingbini
to abide the result of the Primary elec
tion. VOTERS.
The name of Mr. H. A. ROBERSON
is respectfully presented to the Demo
cratic voters of Edgefield county as a
candidate for the office of County Com
missioner. Ho will abide the result of
the Primary Election and support the
nominees of the party.
The friends of Mr. W. E DOBEY rc
specif ulJy r.oniiate hirth as a candidate
for County Commissioner for Edgefield
Cimnty at Ihe next election, subject to
the action of the Democratic Convention.
nounced by His lrieuds ?s a candidate
1'or County'Commissioner for Edgefield
County. Ho is a good book-keeper and
accountant, and is qualified to discharge
tho duties of the office. He is pledged
to give his earnest and diligent attention
to the public roads and all that pertains
to the welfare of the County.
I announce myself as a candidate for
thc office of. County Commissioner, sub
ject to the result of tho primary election.
Hi ing pn-bably the first Virginian who
has sought cilice in Edgefield. I do so in
consequence of the heavy loss I sus
tained in the destruction of my dwelling
and furniture by fire, and believing I
eau discharge the ditties of the office
while looking alter the largo fire insur
ance business J have scattered all over
the county. E E,'JEFFERSON.
WILLIAM C. CO RLE Y is too well
Known both a:, a citizen and maimed sol
dier to need any comments, a?d his
many friends ar.tf neighbors respectfully
nominate him for the office of County
Commissioner, and pledge him to abide
by the requirements of the Edgefield
Wo respectfully announce Mr. J.
CYRCS BrzzARO for County Commis
sioner for Edgefield County, and confi
dently solicit the suffi ages of the people
of tlie couuty in his behalf. Mr. Buz
zard was one of the original members of
Company K., 14 S. C. V., and served
faithfully until retired on .account of
wounds of which he is still an invalid.
He is perfectly competent to discharge
the duties of the office, and we think
will give entire satisfaction to the people
of Edgefield County. We pledge bim
to abide the action of the primary elec
tion and to support the nominees of the
Democratic party.
.'Once Mor? lato the Breach, Sear
Ones More!"
At the solicitation- of numerous friends
I anuonnce to a generous and long-suf
fering p&blic that I am again in theare
uaandjvill stand for tjie respectable
?la- h The many frien(ls of Cftpt< MIKE
1,1 ! HAKE respectfully present his name to
' the voters of Edgefield County as a suit
able candidate for election to the office of
County Commissioner.
We. the neighbors and friends of
fully announce his name as a suitable
person for County Commissioner, sub
ject to the rules and requirements of the
Democratic party. MANY FRIENDS.
To the. Democratic Voters of Edgefield
The friends ol'F. E. RINEHART an
nounce him as a candidate for County
Commissioner, subject to tho action of
the Denicx?tic party.
s ol
i" -
u y
it ic
Weare authorized to annouuee Mr.
date for the office of School Com mission
er, subject to tho action of the Democrat
ic party.
Messrs. Ediiors:
Please announce the name of R. Xl.
JOHNSON as a candidate for School
Commissioner, subject to the action ol'
the Democratic party.
The many friends of Mr. WILLIAM
F. MOBLEY have finally succeeded in
getting his per mission to be announced
for the office hf School Commissioner,
subject to the action ot the Democratic
The friends; patrous and pupils of E.
REESE, Esq., respectfully present his
name as a suitable person tor School
Commissioner at the next election.
To the Democratic Votan of Edgefield
I respectfully announce myself a can
[,." ' lid ?te fur Seh.??l Cnnuhta'dnner.
.J. o Ow G A Ni*.
Many friends and ex-Confederate sol
diers nominate G. W. LOTT for School
Commissioner, and pledge him to/abide
tho result of tho primary election./ Hav
ing lost a leg at the battle of Gettr&burg,
and having a large family to support, he
has special claims upon the .flpters of
Edgefield County. He is full v compe
tent to fill the office. <
The many friends of Dr. W. Dv? j.
NINGS, Sr., from the 7th, fllh anctJ;E:N'
Regiment?, respectfully prraentk*Tf
name to the people of Edgefield cojjr1
for the office of Probate .Judge^ry^'
will abide the result of the nrij**T he
M.vxv vf*"*
in the 7ih, 9th and#RlK??DS'
_^pFlOth Regt's.,
1 am a candidate fa^^ \
bute J udge, subjoin* tbe office of Pro
Denioeratie partiel to the action of the
Staunton, Virginia,
Opens September 20th, 1882. One of

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