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_o_ Jas. T. Bacon. Thos. i. Adams. EDITORS. Kdgetield, S. C., Sept. 2 ?. 18*5 THF. I.AST 98?BTIN(? Ol' OUR . AG USC ULTU RAI. SOCIKTIf. Report ?ii'tlie Delegates IV lio Went to RenncMtiviile. Tho meetings of our County Agricul . ' ton?! Society Lave boeomo exceedingly - methodical, interesting, instructive. But we are sorry to say that tho membership * ?T. not by any means increase as should. For instance at tho last meet ing, on Wednesday pf last week, there was only a single name proposed tor membership, that of Mr. W. H. Yoldell, of Liberty Hill. - Mr. Yeldrll is a host| in himself, and a type nf the men the Society needs to build it up. And right her? we would like to ask whore aro the naen of this class throughout our Coun ty, and why ar? they not with this or ganization? Where are yon, Dr. R. ET. McEie? And you, R. B. Watson? An you, John C. Watson ? And yon, James Watson ? And you, Jasper Talbert and James Lanier ? And you, Clinton Ward and Dock Wright? And yon, David La gmneand William Ready ? And you, Henry Townes and Tom Rainsford ? .And on, Dr. J. A. DeVoro and^ John Wiso 5 d yon, JojHfTt ^t*reng*-?an<lSow n. Fair? And yon, Dr. D. ew?m? itins and James Holland ? Andern, ye farmers of Cooper and Coleman? And you, ye Plum Branch mon? And you of Winter Seat? And you of Rehoboth and of Gilgal? But why multiply names and places' Of course thore aro hundreds of nu-n in our County, just as largo and intelligent planto? aa any whose names bavo pop ped into our head as we write. We pp poal to you all. And we should really like to know why it is you are not with this organization, which needs only such support, and which promises GO much of I agricultural strength, agricultural pro gress, agricultural profit ? Think of this matter very seriously, friends, and on Wodnesday, the 14th of October, lot us hear at least a fnll score of your honored names proposed for membership. At the hist meeting, Orlando Sheppard, Esq , read the carefully prepared Report of himself and Mr. P. H. Wardlaw upon the amount of l'crtil izors used tn Edgo field County, and whether theso fertil izers wcro u*od extravagantly or not Wo shall publish this report next week. President Tillman read tho Report of | the Committee who wont to Bennetts ville. Wo lay it boforo our readers in full this week. And it is decidedly in teresting raising, as it does, many keen and shrewd comparisons between our own lands and methods and those of the Eastern part of our State In these con trasts we biiilVr, but are informed that it ii our own fault, inasmuch as our natu ral advantages are just as great and good as those of any other region in South Carolina. And to come dowu to some ol the spe - ellie points in this Report, wo are told that experience has taught the farmers of Marlboro that turning pea vices un der while green, for manure, is not tho best way. That the farmers of Marl boro aro not afraid to manure ; that they use from 200 to 800 lbs. per acre, and work their land for wages. Thai they ditch their high, dry uplands uo less than their lowlands. That their but five hundred acre fields are finer than our best patches. That every acre of J stubble land, no matter what is to be its future use, is invariably s>own br.?adeast j in pea.?. Aud tbat our delegation were j ashamed to invite tho State Agricultural Society to hold its next summer moot/1 ittg*?n Ed?olit?ld on account of ?.ur peo?] pie being so lacking in progress. Study these things and ponder upon them. They are infinitely better reading tor you (han the pet'y warfare between .Sooth carolina editors, or speculations j upon I Ito political "new deal," or the ne potism of President Cleveland, or the tricks and capers of Sam Jones, or tho vainglorious details of base ball matches and yacht races. Especially aro they bet tor for you than the wretched warfare of | South Carolina editors ! Set your heads, hearts, hands and pockets to agricultural progress And boforo the Howers of May bloom again, let the ranks of our County Agricultural Society mount up from rifly u> two hundred ami ll fly. And altar that, an annual Fair ! And old Edged ?rid in the plaoo ?ho ought to be ! Mr. Hart ?trama the Grateful Traill and the Hard, Flat Proof Don II luto Our Very Souls! "It does n't seem possiblo for them to be sold so cheap." Thns speaks Mr. Alvin Hart of his now goods, iu making his fall and winter announcement to the people of Edgoficld County. And he says further : "I havo taken a groat deal of time and caro in tho selection of my stock, awl I can of fer bargains far beyond any ever shown in Etlge?eld before." And inrthor still : "There is nonoed for any ono from Rdgefield going to Augusta to buy goods for thore ls n > reason why we can't af ford to sell an entire bill of goods as cheap as Augusta, aud wo are going tn do it." But apart from Mr. Hart'a words, which are ever honest and conscient hms, lie travis tho grateful truth and tho hard, fiat proof, as it were, down into our very souls. Into our souls through our eyes -by means of his bold and liberal price lists. Head these price lists. They stand in another column. Aud then, forsooth, yon never will go to Augusta to shop again. Indeed thero is no overcoming toe powerful logic of Mr. Hart's price lists. And they range through almost all lines of merchandize. Mr. Hart's present stock is both immense and mag nLficenL We beg for his card and price lists, in this week's ADVERTISER, special and universal attention. In our opinion, however, they will command it by means of their own indisputable merit. "Vm Jones's Tent iii Augusta That is V> Hold FjveXhousand People. AndTrorn this great salvation tent, all the five thousand people will gn to tbe . great Shoo Tent of Wm. Mulherin <ft Co. and each ono will buy ono or more pairs of shoes. Well, this is a snit of dream of ours. But still we think such a thing qnite possible. And certainly it would be a wise mensure on the part of the five thousand. And they wouid be lucky lo be allowed the privilege. For although Sam Jones may be a good man, yet we know be is not as good a man as Mul herin. And we doubt if he has ev*>r been, or will ever be, really as useful a one. And if Sam Jones's five thousand do not go to Mulherin's, Edged eld's ten thousand ?itt. So it makes but little difference. And to secure universal and unanimous attention for Mulherin's'fall announcement, in the present issue of the ADVERTISER, we have only to whis per to the " ten thousand" thatit is there. Lightening l p the Present, and Squint? lng at Christmas. We allude to Denning & Co., of Au gusta, who in our business columns, lighten np the present by their offer of Candies, Fruits, Cigars and Canned - Goods, and squint delightfully at Christ mas when they mention Toys. Study the card of Denning ?fe Co. carefully, so that your minds and hands and pocket? may be ready for any candy or toy sacri. fice that may be demanded of you this fall and winter. For the Advertiser. Notes f.iim Datesburg. Colton coming in freely. J. M. Jo ia the duly appointed cotton weigher, BaUeburg, it in said, is ono of the I c t?on market? on the road from Colt ida to Augusta, and that fact Ia dem struted bj the planters who roll larg? Lost week lhere were soyeral farra who livo 20 milos distant, in town vv wagons laden with tho (looey staple. Bate-vjUiic will K>H?I have along want in the way nf a first class sch building. W. ?. Plunkett und O. Harris are ou tho building rom m ill and their zeal in educational matter unbounded. When completed, the hui lng will bo 28x65 loet, two stories hi lt was first decided to build a housi eoucro'e, 80x33, but the committee hi abandoned tbit plan and will put u wooden structure Our friend and bro er, Rev. N. N. Burton, in taking a liv interest iu the enterprise and in a t weeks he will havo the pleasure of s icg an imposing institution of learni Your correspondent would respectfu suggest that we have a house-warmi in the way of a liol Supper and ?nv ovorybody to be prosont. Miss Laura Miller, a charming yon lady of Denny's X Roads, is lu tov the guest of Mrs. C. 8. O'Neal 1. On last Friday our young friend, B. Laudrum, sou of L. D. Land ru in, 1 frr Oxford, Md., to attend tho M. Academy. Si nco tho ii isl of September tboru hi lieen solo" at ti is placo Cit? bales of c ton. During uro month of August th? were about 76 sold- making n total of l during this colton season. In & few days C. W. Solloe, who to long time has boon connected with t moram li lo establishment of T.J. Ki naghan, will go into business on his m account. Your correspondent wis! him success in his new enterprise. Old "Kx" Wise, not content with ma ing a fine crop, still continues to run 1 portable steam gin. Dr. E. P. Strother thinks ho will ma more cotton oil of a ouo-horbo farm tl year than any man in tho County. 1 has promised to give mo tho result, whi I hope to send for publication. 1 havo in my mind ut this writing young farmer, of Norris township, w is destined to outstrip "Phaon's" Batt burg Forman; By the limo this appears lu print, Mi Sallie J. Loman and her sou and dang tor, will have left us for Arkansas, th< future home. Edgeficld County nev sont out throe nobler young mon th: Wood, James and Ed., and no one wis es them more success than this scribe. Rsv. J. Walter Dickson is holding series of meetings in the Melhndi church at Leesville, lt is hoped th much good will be accomplished. Sunday being the first anniversary the Woman's M. Society of the Late burg Baptist church, by way of enccu agement the Pastor, Rev. J. K. Pac preached a missionary sermon, fro: John, 3:30. Iiis remarks were chas and eloquent. He took the ground th it was the Church's duty tosend the go pel to the heathen. Editor McLeuna was in town on Sa nrduy. Ho resembles a bloated boni holder. I regret to hear of the serious Hine of Emsloy McCarty, of Rinehart towi ship. An effort is being made to havo Southern Telegraph oflico established i this placo. "Competition is tho lifo I trade," and telegraphy as well. Owing to ?ho dry weather cotton opening rapidly, and it is a di Hi cu lt ma ter for i onio ol'our farmers io keep u with it. The many friends of Charlie Kerni ghan, in this place, regret to hear of h serions illness M Johnston. Capt. and Mrs. .I'tunes B- GUOSM un c?iid, of Graham's, ar? in town vi.-J ti d' relativos. Mrs. Guess is a daughter c our fellow citizen, J. A. Mitchell. Batesburg had a drummor tax for on month, li woe repealed at the Inst ni?e ing of Council on account of its unpopt lari ty. _ The Shooting Affray Between Edit ?r Murray and Stale Seuator Moore. From the Anderson Intelligencer, As Mr. Murray appeared on tin square, Major Mooro left bia office which is situated on the southwest corner ol' the square, ami started ir a brisk pace across the pquaro to wai c Mr. Murray, who had reached abc'J midway ol' M lin street where it in tersects the square. Mr. Murray saw him and baited. Major Moore ad vanced with a large si irk in one hanc and a piste; in the ollie.-. When h< had reached a distance of Rome twenty five or thirty steps from Mr. Murray, Chief of Police F.mt advanced witt the intention of arresting him, but as Mr. Murray had presented hie pistol,) he did not make the effort, Major Moore at the name time lev elled his pistol on Mr. Murray and snapped it. After snapping his pistol, Maj Mooro raised it again and fired. Mr. Murray returned the fire, which waa followed by another shot from Maj. Moore, who held his fire and bore to hia right. Mr. Murray fired in rapid succession, stepping back a step or two at each shot until his laat one, when he ran a few atepa towards Maj. Moore and fired. Mr. Murray then snapped his pistol, and having ex hausted his pistol, started towards bia office, and just aa he had passed the entrance to Messrs. Simpson, Reid & Co's, drug store, Maj. Moore fired at him again, exhausting his pistol. Mej. Moore was then arrested, Policeman McKinney at the same time told Mr. Murray to consider himself under ar rest, and demanded bia pistol, which he gave op. Mr. Murray waa not struck by any of the bullets. Msjor Moore received a alight wound in the right thigh. Major Moore used a 38 calibre Smith & Wesson improved pistol. Mr. Murray used a 32 calibre self act ing Smith & Wesson pistol, with the action of which he was not familiar, as he had never before fired one. We have endeavored to give aa correct a version of the affair aa possi ble, and with that end in view have secured our information as to the combat from Chief of Police Pant, who waa an eye witness of the whole sfi'iay. The above otaiemeut is as he gave it to us. The result of the late muaicipal election in Greenville is as follows : Mayor-Dr. E. F. S. Rowley. For Aldermen-Dr. C. C. Jones, W. J. Smith, W. A. Barton, Alex. Finlay, A. B. Byrd, J. M. Harria. The following " wet" council has been elected in Kingstree by a large majority over a "dry" ticket: In tendant, J. M. Hirsch ; WardenB, G. P. Nelson, Louis Donath aud Henry Blakely. The Mason cotton picker and gin haa lately been teated at Sumter, where the workshops of the company are located, and pronounced a perfect and practical euccess. The application of the principle used in last year's machine bas been entirely changed with the moat complete and satisfac tory results. Subscribe to the ADVERTISES. 1106 & 1108 BROAD STREET, (Near Upper Market,) ATJGrTTSTA, Gr A.. Announces ??M?H September: 25,000 Yards G rangeville Homespun, 3 3-4c. 16,000 M Fine Sea Island, 5c. 16 " Fruit of thc Loom Bleaching for $1.00. Calicoes from 3c. per yard up. 700 Fine Black Jersey Waists at 75c, worth $2. 3,000 Pairs Good Ladies' Hose at 5c, worth 15c. 20,000 Yards Good Pants Cloth at 15c, worth 25c. 750 L?dier' a Walking Jackets at $1.50 worth $3.25. 800 Children's Havelocks at $1.25, worth $2.75. 2,500 Fine Gents' Undershirts at 25c, worth 50c 25,000 Yards Good Worsted Dress Goods at 5c, worth 10c 1,700 u Guideau's Fine Cashmere at 35c, worth 60c 1,400 Large Towels at 5c, worth 12 l-2c 1,200 Yards Fme Medicated Red Flannel at 25c, worth 40c 1,400 Gents' Fine. White Shirts at 50c, worth 75c. 700 Large White Spreads aT75c, worth $1.25. 100 Pieces Double-width Col. Cashmeres at 20c, worth 40. 92 Pieces 42-inch Black Cashmere at 25c, worth 50c. 65 " 42 11 u " " 45c, " 85c. [ 720 All Wool Newmarkets at $3 50, worth $7.50. 900 Good Corsets at 25c, worth 05c. ? , i . ? - .-?i Thousands of Other Specialties in Our Dry Goods Department that Space and Want of Time Do Not Permit Us to Enumerate. Jn Our Shoe Department will be Found all the Best and Most Reliable Makes of BOOTS, SHOES, SUFFERS From the Principal Manu fae turers. 700 prs. Gents7 Shoes at 75c, worth $1.35. 800 " Ladies' Kid Button Shoes at 75e., worth $1.25.; 800 " Children's Shoes at 25c, worth 50. 700 " Good Boots at $2.00 worth $3.5?J Call and Examine Our Goods and Be Convinced that WE are the mm o? LOW B. F. KOHLER & CO., 1106 & 1108 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA. r CAN A fi WA YS BE F? UNP A FULL L 'NE OF IHF OPi Ji m I At Lower Prices than at any other IIOUHP Ihh sid? of Cincinnati. Thia Work is all marte to order, are Lighter Running and Better Finished than she class of work generally Hold aa Standard Vehicles. But I havo juat re ceived a Full Line of Fine i Family Carriages, Phaetons & Cabriolets! Just received another shipment of those Fine OPENAND TOP BUG SIES, made upon special orders, by the best manufacturers North and East. Nothing being used in the construction ol these vehicles but the best, mate rials, and in Quality, Style and Finish, nre nm quailed by any others now in Lbe market. In stock a full line of BABBLES ANB HABNB88-ALL 6BA9S3, Which I will offer at LOWER PRICES than have ever before been known in (be history of the business. Milburn, Studebaker and Standard Planta tion Wagons, all sizes. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, Calf Skins, Shoe Findings, Carriage and Wagon Materials, Harness Leather, Belt Lacing of superior quality, Rubber and Leather Belting. Also a full line of HARDWARE ! ^Shells, Powder, Shot, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Plow Points for all lakes, Nails, Axes, Hoes, Picks and Mattocks, Pitch Forks, Shovels, Spades,. Steelyards and Scale Beam", Grind Stones, Rikes, Paddocks, Carpenter Tools, Files, Hinger, Window Sash, Doors and Blinds, Farm and Church B-dis, which I am offering at LOWEST CASH PRICES., AT THE OLD STAND, v A. B. GOODYEAR, Ag i, Oopnsite Goorgia Railroad Rank, ? . , ?, 704 Broad Wt., Augusta, Qa. J Successor to n. II. May ?fe Co. September 16, 1885. ilk Si ?1IITI11 WARE! AT THE OLD STAND, 547, 549 and 551 Broad St., Augusta, Ga., Continues to show a full stock of goods in this line at bottom prices. I follow no self-styled leaders, bus still continue MY OLD ESTABLISHED METE op OF FAIR, SQUARE DEALING, which my many OLD custome-s know, and new ones will readily appreciate upon trial. Undertaking 1 A Full Stock of COFFINS, CASES and CASKETS, from the CHEAP EST to the FINEST. Telegraph orderB from responsible parties, giving size and price, promptly filled. j?- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED."?! [Sept. 1G, 1883-4iiul rBWaiaH TIM ; W II ? ?.* MWCMMW^MMMJMMwnaM^MMMMMBMBWIMWgi^WW^^M^^^BMWBOM^MM^MMMKBa AM^1 ]VdCrs. ST. T. BUCKLEY Wiiol? Mult and Iii (nil Denier in Stationery, Blank Books, ALL KINDS SCHOOL BOOKS, FEISTS, IXNTK: ZPEISTOIXJS, PINE PLUSH AND FANCY GOODS, eS5 IBIROAID ST., AUGUSTA, Q--A.. SrhooB Books a Specially. J. M. ANDERSON, COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, AG KBIT FOR MASSEY'S COTTON GINS, FEEDERS and CONDENSERS, and LEE'S PREPARED AGRICULTURAL LIME. Charge for handling Cotton reduced to 50c. per bale commissions; 25c. per bale storage. Liberal CASH ADVANCES mad? on Cotton in Store. t&~ PERSONAL ATTENTION giv.m to Weighing and Sailing. Office and Warehouse, 90? Reinold* Stf., Augusta, (2a. Sept. 15, 1885-2m CHAS. E. STAPLES, (Formerly of Staples & Reab.) W. JLXIAN'"ll ACK ETT, GROCERS Ai COMMISSION MER? No. 2, Warren Block, Augusta, Ga., -DEALERS IN MEAT, FLOUR, MEAL, CORN, HAY, OATS, FEED, SUGAR, COFFEE, LARD, -AND All Provisions and Fancy Family Groceries, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Also, TOBACCO and CIGARS of all Grades. -:o: Do not forget to come and soo us. Aug. 18, 1RS5.-Sra37 W11LESS ft .I COTTON FACTORS AUGUSTA, GA. ?HAVING TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE in handling COTTON, we el warranted' in promising satisfaction to those who may favor us with eir patronage. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to WEIGHING and SLLING. WSFConsignments solicited. [Aug. 18, 1885. HALL'S THE BEST, And AU Who Use Them Say So. $rin Feeder and Condense?. f All fully Guaranteed to give Entire Sat isfaction. t&rSend for Circulan, vdtk Prices and Terms. WALLACE & WALLACE, Augusta, Ga. (-apt. E. E. JEFFERSON is our A?cnt at John ston. We have on hand a few Second-Hand Gins, in good order, for sale low. August 4, 1885-3518 The rush continues lo bc tremendous for the last of our Ladies7, Gents' and Children's Low-Quartered SUMMER SHOES, but for the next two weeks we will offer the remainder of these goods at a tromondotis sacrifice to make room for the Largest Stock of Fall Goods that has ever been brought to the Southern market I . ' * J \. 119V -0-R Can Save . Big Prices will not do in these times, when even thc wealthy cannot afford to waste their money ; and thc poor require double duty of every dollar and every penny. 69c. Worth ?! 25. Ladies' India Kid Button at 09c; worth $1 25 in any h?r?e in the South; 75c Worth $1 25, Ladies' Grain Button Boots at 75c; worth $1 25. This uhoe is un doubtedly a great bargain. 65c. .Worth 81 00. Ladies' Kid Polish Boota at 65c; worth $1 00. This is a great catch, and you should see them. $1 00 Wor??a ?2 00. Ladies' Kid Button Bools, worked button hole, box toe, nt $1 00; ' worth $2 00. Less than manufacturers' cost. $1 50 tvorlh $2 50. Ladies' Curacoa Klid Button Bool, worked button hole, box toe, at $1 50 ; worth $2 50. Every pair warran! id. 49c worth $1 25. Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers at 49o ; worth $1 25. This is the great ont bargain in the house. 8c worth 55c, Ladies' Toilet Slippers at 9c; worth 2Go. This ia ?ot half the cost. 75c worth $1 60. Men's Calf Tic?. We do not propose to continue these prices long. SS 25. Men's Calf Strr.p Ties sewed, at $125. This shoe is strictly first class in every respect. Only 75c, Gents' A Calf Congress Standard Scr?w at 75c. Never sold before fer less than Si.25. SI 00. Gents' B Calf. Congress at $1.00; worth $1 75. There are only a few of them left. We will sell you a Straw II.it worth 50c for 15c Also sell you a 75c Straw Hat for 25c. Something very Nobby worth $1.25 for 50c, and will sell you our best Manilla H tte worth $3 00 for $1.75. , ur I?JB "83 A ftjrjffe' 740 BROAD STREET. Augusta, On., Aug. ll, lbS5.-50 Measure and Profil to al!. W El JBL 3F3L IT DEALRU EM Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Quadruple Plate Silver Ware, 729 Broad St. (Op. Centrai Hotel) ACOSTA, GA. Factory Completo for Repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry and for MONOGRAM ENGRAVING. Ortt. 13, 1884.-45 DUTCH BOLTING CLOTHS, NOW ia the time whim avery or.e who bas a Mill should be. tonkins liow ho can make,tho most and the best Flour. In ordor to do this, ho mus: have a good Bolting Cloth. You can got that by trail ing or sending to JAMES MILKER. Miller's Corner, AuoitsUi, Ga, July 1, 1885.-30 An infallible and ?ibso Juto specific for all dis tressing disensos peculiar to tho female s^x. Atri al moans a cure. Ladies Bullering from troubles poculir.r to their sex, no matter what kind, can find relief iud euro in a bottle nf Mr* ?field's Female Regulator. REGULATOR Send for our book containing valuable information for women. It will .bo mail ed freo to applicants. Address Tun BRADFJKLD REOULATOR GO., Box 28, Atlanta, Oa. Sold bv ali druggists. ni ? iiiiit i (Formerly thc Control House,) I COLUMBIA, S. C. This Houso has beon purchased ami thoroughly renovated and enlarged by the undersigned. It is situntod within two miuutes' walk of business centro of e.ity, delightfully cool and free from noise and dust. Hot and Cold Baths ! And all othor conveniences necessary for homo com fort. Rates :-$1.50 to ?2.00 per day. IV. M. NELSON, July 22. 1885._Proprietor. ?nd WHISKY HABITU cured at homo without pain, BOOK of.piu'tlculftrs Meut run: ,B. lil. WOOLLEY, M. D., Atl?nU,0*. State of South Carolina, EDQEFIELD COUNTY. Iii Common Picas. David W. Prtdtiott, ot ul., Piaiutifid, vs. Mary A. Padgett, ot al , Defendants. ALL pnrsona having any claims against the real ?state ut (ho lato Wm. Padgett, ordered to tx? sold by rue, will please prosont them to mo beforo the rirst day of October, 1885, or bo barred aiij' benefit of proceeds of said sale. S. s. TOMPKINS, Master. A np. 27, I8S5. Executor's Sale. YTNDER ami by virtue of tho Will of S. W. Nicholson, dee'd., I will pro eeod to soil nt publie ontcry, t<> the high ost bi.Mer, for cash, all tho Personal Properly or" the lato Khom?e) W. Nich olson, (locoHse*.:., consisting of Horses, Mules, Hopi, Cn'.'ie, Wagons, Puggier, Carriugo, Harness, Plow Goar, Farming Implements, Wheat, Corn, Oats, and other Porsor.nl property, at tho rosidenco of the latoShemuel W. Nicholson, dee'd., on Wednesday, tho 7th day of October, A. D. 1885. Sale to begin at 10 o'clock, A. M. SAM'L. TANNAUILL, Ex'or. Est. S. W. Nicholson, dee'd. Sopt. 2, 188r>.-?toi> mm mm? Chill A Fever Ono Bottle Guaranteed to Cure One Case. It Never Fails. . "i O. 1.. PENN ot SON aro authorized to refund tho money in evory case vrhoro it fails. I arpo bottlrs-?0 to 40 doses-price 81. Try it in your homes and on the planta tion. Sohl only by G. L. PENN & SON, at ?dgeUcld. ES KA S.S. & CO., Druggists and Manufacturers., Aug. 18, .&->.] AUGUSTA, GA. Trespass Notice. ALL persons aro hereby warned, un der fullest penalty of the law in such ease niadoand provided, from hnnt .itiK, fishing, crossing, euttinp;, or in any other way trespassing upon tho lands of the Cedar Side plantation, or " old Moss place," three milos west of Ed^e iiold Court House. G. S. BUTLE R, Ag't. Sept. 1G, 1885.-3t41.