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THURSDAY, JULY 21,1892.
THOS. J. ADAMS, -.EDITOR Gov. Tillman believes in the common ^people-and so does God Almighty, or. he wouldn't have made so many of us. The Dibbleites have been in structed to work .upon the Reform Democrats in blocks of four. Gov. Richardson has not yet found the vouchers for the thirteen hundred dollars of his contingent fund. It is hoped he will do so. They say that Dibble has given Youmans a whole bottle of Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup to keep him from opening his mouth and putting his foot in it. As was said by Hon. Geo. D. p Tillman during the last campaign, "Hampton kicked and spurred the fence, bul finally got down on the Haskell side of it," and he ia still % oh that side. Dibble claims everything in sight-twenty-five counties in bis public utterances, but privately he only hopes to carry five counties in the State and he can only carry i;wo, possibly. . Orangeburg is the strongest Till man county in the Stale, except Edgefield,*and it would seem that Dibble should "still-hnnt" hie own bailiwick before shining the eyes of Tillmanites in tho up country. After the defeat of the silver bill in the House tof Representa tives the other day, a member of that distinguished body arose and said: "If Wall Street has no further business with this House, I move we adjourn." This was hitting them hard, but no harder than they deserved. After the primary election-S August 30th-Dibble won't have a "limb to light on" unless it be an independent limb and that is the . vital question. Will Dibble run for Governor as an Independent? Gov. Sheppard will not do it we are sure ot: that, but as to Dibble we are not at all certain. . - Col, Thos. E. Watson, of Georgia, . voted against printing ten thous - and copies of the foreo bill, giving as his reason thatr the force bill was a deadissue.-Col. Tom is the same who had. the debate with Senator Butler.at Batesburg a year ago, as our readers will remember and since that eventful day has gone on from bad to worse until' he is now a full-fledeed third party? ite. The man* who says the force hill is a "dead issue," when it is one of the planks in the National Democratic platform is, certainly ~ no Democrat, and is a dead issue Himself in a Democratic commu nity. Hampton has written a remark able letter about Tillman, a letter which The State says "hits him hard," and so it does, so far as mere expression goes, and it indi cates that Hampton hates "Tillman in a most bitter and vindicative way. One paragraph in this le'ttez shows that Hampton not only -hates Tillman, but his followers. This is the paragraph alluded to: "I refused to speak on the invi tation of Irby, for my experience at Aiken, when the Tillman roug/is howled me down, taught iqe that nothing I could say would touch the hearts of my fellow-citizens, ^ nor influence their cenduct." By "roughs" Hampton means the common people, you and I and everybody. Such being the case, the "Tillman roughs" can console themselves with the recol lection that the "roughs" followed Washington and made the Ameri can revolution a success; the "roughs" followed Martin Luthei and made/the reformation; the roughs followed Cosar and made all Gaul a Roman province, in fact all the reforms ever achieved on this mundane sphere were achieved by the common people, which class Hampton chooses to call ''roughs" Gen. Hampton's friends ought to muzzle him before he kills them all, for just now he is engaged in shooting at the Tillman "roughs" and hitting his own. . WILL CARRY CHARLESTON. Mr. W. Gibbes Whaley, oi Charleston, who is a candidate foi solicitor of the first circuit, pre dicts that Tillman will carrv Charleston county. In a recent speech at Eloree he said : "That he was not prepared tc make a regular speech, but that he came up merely to let the peo ple- see him and to have the pfeasure of making their acquain tance* He was asked if he was a Tillman man, and he replied that he was a supporter of Governoi Tillmun. He was then asked il Tillman had any chance of carry ing Charleston County, and he replied, that he believed that Charleston would go for Tillmar by large majority. He said that his side in politics would support Tillman '' in Charleston if the country Tillmanilee wculd stand by themHe closedhis speech, whsich didnot ?ast more then five minutes, by warning his hearers not to pay anything attention to any they saw in The News'and Con?ier.-He said that The News and Courier wilfully misrepresented tho situation in in Charleston, as well as in other parts of the State. The News and Courier, he said, had lost the respect of'the ^opl?Tof Charleston and nobody now paid any atten tibn to what it said." A FLATFOOTED STAND. Some Needed Plain Talk for Samuel Dibble.' . The following is a copy of letter written hy Senator John L M-Irby, Chairman of the State [Democratic Executive Commitee to Hon. Samuel Dibble in reply to I to_questions which have already been given publication: Hon Samuel dibble, Chairman, &c. Orangeburg. S. C. DEAR SIR : While in Columbia few days ago I received your ! communication^ at the hands of Mr. Watson, of date July 4th 1892. Sickness and businss have prevented a reply until now. I beg to say that I know of no third party in South Carolina, notwith standing a great deal has been said about one. I, therefore, con clude, that any white man known to be a Democrat, who. takos the obligation at the time he votes at the primary election, will and fought to - be permitted to vote whether he has hitherto favored a third party, or has been an In dependent Haskollite. or now favors " Prohibition, Woman's Suffrage or otherwise** The State Democratic Executive Committee will meet Tuesday, the 26th inst., at. 8 p. m., at'Columbia. at which time this and other questions will be considered by it and especially the question of appointing more than three mana ' gers to conduct the primary election I cannot say what the Executive Commitee will do, but for myself i I respectfully say that if you, as the representative of any Demo I erat or Democrats, who have griev^ lances, ask a hearing, it will be IgFanted: but I cannot, andi feeil satisfied the committee will not, feel dispossed to herar you or any ?other person in South Carolina I discuss propositions in which you I are not directly aggrieved. The Democratic Excutive Committee feel satisfied that it ?B competent to carry out the orders of the State Democratic Convention and the I mandates of the State Constitution without interference br suggestion from any one. We are not disposed to convert tho State Democratic Execctive Committee into a debating society for questions of f?maginary grievances. Very re- j spectfully your obedient seryant. j ? [Signed[ JNO. L. M. IRBY, Chair. Stete Dem' Ex. Com. COMICAL D?D?ED, IA Tin Dipper Trying to Po?e as a Silver Goblet. EDITOR REGISTER ; The editor of \ I The State attempts to pose as the I perfection of mankind: he has placed himself on a little pedestal and grows angry if any-refuse to I worship even as he does reverence to himself. Take away his vanity and egotism and there would be very little left. He has snorted and I reared until some people might | think that* there was something in him. I have done a little investi gation and I now propose giving the public, though the columns of 4;he Register, the result of my researches. In yesterday morning's State appears the following para graph in a very windv editorial : "The editor of The State has avery dollar of his earnings invested in this paper, and is its largest stockholder. He has put his all into a fight he believes to! be a fight of duty and patriotism.'' This devotee of duty and this ?great patriot has some weak places in his armor and though some of I these I propose putting some darts, i [ and satisfaction is guaranteed if I they be bitter and rankle in sore J and festering spots. In the first place, how much property does The State pay taxes j on? That is easily ascertained. It has ne ver paid any taxes yet but its property is returned, for taxation j this year at $4,000. Now, the editor of The State brags that he has all of his earnings invested in The State and that he is the biggest stockholder. What I were his earnings? Let us again take a look at those books in the Auditor's ofiice. They tell a tale that can be questioned by no man. ?For the fiscal year 1889-90 N. G. Gonzales made the following] j return for taxation : ?Household, - - - WOO [Dog, ----- 5 Vehicle, . - - - 50 Watch. 50 Horse, - - - - 150 Total, - - - $355 For this year thc poll tax was the only tax marked "paid ;" the other j was marked "non est." This noeds no comment, for it comments on itself. For the fiscal year 1890-91 the return of this patriot was .the same as for the previous year. There was no change in any particular His savings then for that year amounted to nothing. In the spring of 1891 The State was started and .in it this great pa riot invested his earnings. What was his tax return for this year? Watch. - -. - $ 50 I Household, - - - 150 |Dog, - - - - - 5 Total, . ' - $2551 So he sold his vehicle and horse [ ! and raised $200 thereby, and this [presumably he put in The State. It would appear then that if he has I any great amount of stock in The State that he hadbeen a tax dodger previously. If his portion is the largest, the stock list of The State' must appear like the record of a | basket collection at a camp meet ing would show up if the amount contributed by each person were credited to him. If Mr. Gonzales wants the name of the writer of this article it will be furnished most cheerfully by said writer, who will accord him a personal interview in which to dis cuss the matter. x x x x. Eruptive Etna. CATINA' July 15.-The situation at Mt. Etna is steadily growing j worse, and fears are entertained that unless the violent phenomena soon comes to an end, vario us villages nestling on the declivities of the mountain will be in a very dangerous position. The main crater is .. gradullay extending. Showers of fiery stones are thrown into the air to a height of 1000 feet. Two new cones, each about 800 feet high, have been formed, and from these sreams of lava are con stantly .flowing. The lava stream is now only two miles distant from Nicoll si. A Water Spout. Canon City, Col, July 15-An awful water spout occurred in Grape Ceek, above the city, today. A torrent of water rushed down the Arkanass river and though Canon City with great force teariug j away the Sants FtailRroad bridge j and 300 feet of track. * Silver Purchases. Washington, July 15.-Offers of silver to the Treasury Depart ment aggreated 756,000 ounces. Amount purchased was 481,000 j ounces at 8733a 8735. The profession Of listening is by no means unprofitable. A really sympathetic listener may read his title clear to popularity or even to effectiou. A Chemist advises that canned fruit be opened an hour or twol before it is used. It is far richer after the oxygen of the air has been restored to it. For more than 2,000 years, a dressed stone containing 12,922 cubic feet-being 71 by 13 feet in sizo-has rested on pillars in a quarry at Baalhac, in Syria. It was intended for the foundations of the temple of the sun, a mile or more distant, to which four stones nearly as large were actually transported. Since the troublous silver bill is sidetracked the House is-in a fair way to adjourn by August first at the latest. A general opinion exists that adjournment will come by the twenty, fifth instant. The chief barrier is the anti option bill in the Senate. If it comes up for | heated discussion it may upset all calculations. All the Democrats have adjusted j themselves to existing condition and are ready to put in enthusiastic work for the national ticket. The President has withdrawn the nomination of Wm. D. Crum to be postmaster of Charleston, S. C. The nominee was a colored man, and his confirmation had been strongly resisted. An exchange makes this point: "The political history of this State is repeating itself. In 1884 some of the South Carolina delegation opposed Cleveland, and the Demo cracy succeeded. In 1888 the solid delegation from this State sup Electricity has been recently ap plied to establish the state of a horse's foot. Put one pole of a battery in contact with the inside of the hoof, the other pole in con tact with the iron shoe. If the hoof I has been pierced with a nail to the quick the horse will feel the elec tric current and become irritated. In the other case the current can not pass through the hoof. ported Cleveland, and defeat was the result. Now, in 1892, some of | the South Carolina delegation op posed Cleveland and the prospect is that Cleveland will repeat his success of 1884. Now, as there was no howling in 1884, when-Wade Hampton and the other members of the delega tion .voted contray to instructions and cast their ballots for Bayard, we think it- time to stop abusing Tillman for obeying his instruction in 1892. Tillman obeyed, Hamp ton disobeyed. The following from the People's Advocate of Anderson shows how the socalled peace and harmony Sheppardites are trying to unitpj the white Democrats, and their | unfitness for office : "The recent school election in Greenville, city in which T, C. Gower was defeatod by a negro for a position on the board of trustees, affords a very strong illustration of the rancor and bitterness of the anti element of that city. Mr. Gower is one of the foremost business men of that city, is a man of large wealth, has done more perhaps to advance the buiness enterprises of the city of Greenville than any other one man in it, has spent more than fifty years of his life, there and was highly honored until he saw fit to support Gov Tillman, and because he is a Tillmmanite it is sought to discredit him by defeat ing him with a negro. It is not strange that white men can so far forget their race instincts aB to be willing put to therwhifc teachers of their graded schools and their white pupils under a negro trustee in order to put a stigma upon a Tillmanite. This is descending to depths of bitterness and hate that we had not dreamed of." The rate of progression of ?a storm is often fifty miles an nour, and a series'has been traced-in)a direct line from north to souths a distance of 400 miles. Mr.. Mar riott thinks that the average, alti tude of . a thunder storm does not extend beyond about 5,000 feet above the earth's surface. An English firm-has invented.an ingenious device for turning on the current for electric lamps at a cer tain hour. An ordinary clock is so adjusted that at the desired mo. ment a spring- is released,. permit ting a pair of pivoted contactsio fall into mercury cups, thus com pleting the circuit. The coat of rough steel castwjgs for marine engine work is saj:Ao be about four times that of cast iron, but greater allowance h as-to be made for the machining, as much as twenty per. cent, of the castings being removed in. some cases. Few are aware that the human body falls asleep by degrees. A Fronch physiologist conceives~that the Bense of sight sleeps first, t^en the sense of smell, next that .of hearing and - lastly that of touch. -4-Hymeneals MAKKIKJ), -Uily 5t h, 1892, by Be v. G. W. Bussey, :\f Mic bride's home, Mr. L. PRESCOTT und Miss MATTIK CUAKTON. OBITUARY. MRS. MARY ANN CHKATHAM. .(Cobb before marriage) was born July, lg22, and died very suddenly, May, 1892. She married John Cheatham May, 1839. Baised nine children, seven of whom are still living; was baptised intothe fellowship of Gilgal Church by James Chiles ?bout 1842, she remained a mem ber of said church until death.^ She was of a bright cheerful spirit, kindly disposed, patient, brave and resolute amidst dilliculties and danger. She loved her church and ever had-tin'en couraging word for her pastor. Many were her trials, but the Lord whom she trusted hath delivered her out of them all. -G. W. B. Bacon Club. THE Bacon Democratic Club Trill meet, at Harmony on next Satur day, 23rd inst.,at 3 o'clock p. m. i S. M. SMITH, Pres. T.G SMITH, Sec. Cleveland Club." p LEVEL AND Democratic Club Will U meet at Antioch on Saturday, July 28th, at 4 o'c'.ock p. m. E. G. TALBKRT, Pres. BUN CLAXTON, Sec. - IIP UNIVERSITY, Greenville, S. C. The next session will begin .on SEPTEBE3ER 28, 18?1 with a full corps of professors, and instructors. There are several courses leading to degrees. Instruction thor ough. Expenses moderate. / For further information apply to DR. C. MANLY, or PROF. n. T. COOK. THE GREAT CHILL and FEVER CURB. The River Swamp IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR Price 50 cents and $1.00 Per Bottle. Dumb Chills,. Chills and Fever, Chronic Chills, Also a PBEVENTIVE of all these troubles. The remedy is simple and harmless contains no arsenic or poison ous drug. In all cases of debility^and loss of appetite from malarial poison ing the use of this wonderful remedy works wonders. Ask for the River Swamp Chill and Fever Cure and take no other. Sold by all country stores. Ll ist, Proprietor & Manuf r, EDGEFIELD, S. C. I have finished my house and have started business again as before, and will be ready to please my customers with . Mil, AND HATS, - ALSO- \ FANCY FAMILY G-BOCBRIES. M all Kinds of FBUIT. I would like to soc all my friends. Give me a call and seo my new line of goods. I have also ono store to rout and two rooms for offices. W. T. HOFFMAN. HARDWARE, Hardware, Stoves I ara in a position to make you W. F w 0 0 n I H GD We are prepared to give you a nice ticket for $1.50 per thousand. Cash on delivery, i we . Wo will save you money if you will give us your Note Heads, Bill Heads, Envelopes, Letter Heads, Cards, all kinds. EStipiES. Estimates on arl kinds of work furnished on application. G o t? o t? t? cc pf THE of Every MAKING A SPECIALTY OF i, General House F bettor prices than any house in tow . STRICKL Bea : Just arr i ved,[one car load of Roll Top, Cylinder --AND . Standing' X>e?lcs, In Walnut and Oak. Will sell CHEAP and make Ea sj Terms. Also, an elegant; assortment of i! Secretaries, | Book Cases, K Cabinets. | China Closets And Cabinets. | Good Goods -AND Low Prices. A full line of! Summer Goods, in cluding Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers] Hammocks, Mosquito Nets And Canopies, 300 Lawn Settees at$l each. PADGETT, -THE HOUSEFURNISHER, 805 EBOAD ST. ]1 We are still doingour best to sustain First-class Clothing, Shoe ?ind Hat iouse. We don't attempt but a fel ines of goods-CLOTHING, ?HOES, HATS AND GENTS' BURNISHING GOODS-but wc propose to do this in first-class order, t is reasonable to suppose that where ne gives his time to avery few special ines that lie can do better, than if lie Jiould carry everything. So when oil wish a Suit of Clothes, Hat, pair f Shoes, or anything in Gents' Pub lishing Goods, call to see us. We can iiow you the latest styles, lirst-dass nods, and at prices that will give sat ??faction. CLOTHING.-Everything in the '.lothing line that is kept by any first lass clothingestablishment, for Child en, Hoys and Men. A first-class .$5.00 suit of Clothes for :j.00. $12.50 suit for $8.00. $16.50 suit ur $12.50. All t he liner grades at cor esponding low prices. We have a nil line of samples of goods for suits, nd any one wishing can select his oods and we will have, suit made by rst-class tailor, at much lower price han is usual for suit made to order. GENTS' SHIRTS.-A full stock of lie very best fitting Shirts, in laun ried and unlaundried. All the latest tyles in Collars. Large stock of Cult's, mmense stock of Cravats made spe ially for us. Complete line of Gents' Inderwear. SUSPENDERS.-Large stock and he best quality. Harris' Wire Huckle omething very durable HATS.-Tremendous large stock ol' lats. All the latest styles. Immense tock of Straw Hats, from very cheap nes to the finest grades. First-class assortment of Trunks nd Valises. SHOES.-The most complete line of hoes ever shown in Edgefield. We now that we can do better for you lian it is possible for you to do e'lse here. We buy very large stocks, and ave advantages that cannot be ob u'ned except by persons dealing in pecial lines. Styles for Children, La ies and Men. Large stock of Ladies'Slippers. For quality and price we cannot be xcelled. Give us a call and save money. ?1. H3. HHI^IR/r & CO., EDCEFIELD S. C. Tis uni in mortals t<> comniaiul success, ul we'll lld inure, Soinpronitls, we'll deserve il." In looking for a school for your mighter, we believe you would like to nd one That receives only enough carders to make a large family : That links of the woman while it deals Hil the girl; Tiiat has a fair history ii which tobase ?ts fair? promises; hat has a llrst-class equipment for rerything it teaches; That is high in s scholarship and low in it rates: hat has many extra advantages and 'W extra charges. We should be glad i serve you, if you confer with li's. Most obediently, S. LANDER & Sox, <. Williamston, S. C. ion. 'urriishing Goods jj n. Compare price?. j I [j AND; ' Our entire stock of Spring and Su in New York by one of the firm, has 1: ready for inspection. We have tried that could be sold at prices thatwouh money is scarce. Note particularly tl but a very smalkidea of what we reall -First-class quality of Calico at 4c GINGHAMS.-Large stock of Gil Real nice,?'ard wide Bleached He 10-4 Bleached Sheeting at 20/. . 1 at 25/ as sold heretofore at 35/ yard. BED TICKING.-A large assort cheap mattress Ticking to the best fea not be undersold. v ? PANTS GOODS.-Large stock of I 10/ yard and up to the best grades. Pants Linens, Apron Linens, &c. DRESS GOODS.-We are Rhowir and patterns in Dress Goods. Persia] Punjab Percales. Black Muslins in a Veilings, Henriettas, Serges,.Black Sil Goods at Oj/. An elegant line of Dn? WHITE GOODS.-Checked Musi at 5/ yard. 50 pieces of India Lawns Plaid Organdies at 10/ yard, that hav Our White Goods stock is by far we have ever exhibited; and we are c who give us ah opportunity to do so OJ HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES Edgings and Insertions, embroidered < Muslins^from \ to 12 inches wide, at fact that we have always/had a large, 1 goods, and this lot is superior io any s RIBBONS.-A tremendous large and our prices are as low as can be foi LACES.-We are showing'an ele? prices. 12 yards Torchon Lace for 10 BUTTONS.-We are offering in th ionable style of Button in thfl market Crochet. Silk and Jet Buttons. All s elsewhere. ' Dress size Pearl Buttons f CORSETS.-A vo?y : arge stock of at the lowest prices. HOSIERY.-Large stock of Hosier vf ry low prices. KID GLOVES.-First-class quali able prices. Doilies, Table Linens, Table Oil C TOWELS.-A very largo stock of 25/?. We can sell you for 25/ the ph It is really a -40/-' Towel. Examine c buying. BED SPREADS.-Large stock at HANDKERCHIEFS.-A large ste and Gents, very cheap. FANS.-Lovely Fans at one-hal? SCRIM.-A large assortment of S STATIONERY.-Large stock of qrs. of real good writing* paper for 20/-' Remember that wo can always sol Machine Oil for 5/. GENTS SHIRTS, Cuffs, Collars a regular 50/ Scarf. Examine our ste Large stock of Parasols and Umbi SHOES.-A large and well select* line of Shoes that will please any.on sell a great many of our Shoes guaran say. If they are not all right, we wi] new pair in exchange. A full line of Everybody knows whal.Zeigler Shoes : durability, Zeigler Shoes surpass all Oxford Ties for $1.00; also the lovely If you wish to save money, examine oi fore buying elsewhere. It is impossible to give, in an adv idea of the immense amount of goods in our present stock. Don't go to Augusta: We can do j things belier. Besides you will save trouble. ALVIN HAR EDGEPIEI Splendid Farm For Sale. OOO1 ACHES of fine land, about ?Utul? twp mijes from Tren ton,.IOU icres just cleared, and made ready for :he plow, balance in woods. Borders :lie railroad 3.? mile. On it are i dwell ing's, 1 barn, 1 crib, 4 stables, buggy louse, wagon shelter, linr.se lot planked n, and a good well, all complete and jrand new. The laud lies well and is beautifully elevated. A Hue oppor ;uiuty for watermelon-raising, as here is a railroad switch on the place. S'ow ls the time td get the cream of a lewly settled place. Will sell cheap ind on easy terms. If desired will j ?ell also on the place 3 line young'j nules ages 4. 5 and 6, and wagon. For particulars apply to "* 1). K. DURISOE, Real Estate Agi* . Edgelield, S C. JAS. M. COBB - OPENING - BYEBY WEEK. ?? - POPUL0B PRICES. tfew Lawns, Chcverons, Cha Hies, and Calicos only 5c yard. We arc selling the best bargains n Cl ?thing and Gents Goods that lave been offered this season. 3on't fail to examine our Shoe ?tock-20% cheaper I han ever jffered. Our line of Ladies' Oxford Ties ?. ind Kid Button Boots, will aston sh you. Buy "Jas; M. Cobb" 12.00 md $3.00 Shoe, all warranted. H A Ha EE H: 4 A' Our 50c, 75c, and $1.00 Shirts ire the best in the market. Our price? on domestic goods,are ray down low ; and we do not hes tate lo say we can sell you the lost CA S? I liargaihs in town. On the Line. [1TK will furnish 'i nice Barbecue, yV etc, etc., on our grounds, Cough lans, S. C., Wednesday, July 27. On he line betw?en Edgelield and Lexing DU and candidates from both counties re invited. . Let everybody come, 'opular prices for dinner. HARE, EARGT.K & Co. I I the bee bel: Ed| kne her boo I mo< of 1 V acc< troi fav< of fi Fe Fi'nit Jars, Ice Cream?reezers, Kati* 1Tul>?, Brass and Iron Kettles. Cotton IJoes.30@40 Stoves.$9.00 to nO.OO 100 Kegs of Nails..basia.. 2.40 Tools of all Kinds. .. Plantation Supplies. .Etc. . Il Dry Goods ! Dimer Goods, recently purchased >een received, opened and is now hard to buy a Htock of Goods :1 satisfy our customers, even if lie quotations below,' which give. y have. . . and hf yard. Dghams at low prices. mespun, at 6$f yard. ie good 10-4 Bleached Sheeting ment of Ticking, from A very ther Ticking, at prices that can Cottonades and Pants Jeans from Elegant stock of Cassimeres, ig an immense variety of styles ii Mulls in beautiful patterns, ll the novelties. Cliallies, Nuns k Grenadines. Beautiful Dress ss Goods Trimmings, ins at hf yard. Victoria Lawns at 10f yard, really worth lhf. 0 sold hereto'ore at 20/ yard, tho largest and most complete letermined to save money to all ii these goods. -Immense stock of Hamburg m Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Sf to 7hf yard. It is a known beautiful and cheap lot of these tock we have ever shown, stock'of Ribbons, in all shades, ind in any city. jant stock of Laces at very low ?. lis line every desirable andfash , embracing Pearl, Steel, Ivory, izes, and at prices lower than br hf dozen, all the best makes of Corsets j for Misses, Ladies and Men at ty and in late shades af reason lloths, Crash, &c. Towels at hf, 10/', lhf, 20f and ?ttiest Towel we have ever sold, mr stock of theso goods before low prices. )ck of Handkerchiefs for Ladies their real value. Scrim', from If yard up. Stationery always on hand. 5 \ sold usually at 10f qr. 1 you a 2 oz. bottle of first-class and Scarfs. For 2hf we will sell ?ck of these goods before buying, .ellas,, cheap. id stock of Shoes. . We have r. e as to quality and price. We teed, and mean exactly what we ll have them repaired or give a the celebrated Zeigler Shoes, ire, For elegance, comfort and others. Look at our beautiful Oxford Ties made by Zeigler. ir stock of stock of Shoes be ertisement, anything like a full, and the quantity "of bargains ust as well for you, and in some your expenses and the extra !T & CO., jiD, S. C. . . E. OSBORN, 218 WASHINGTON ST., ?GUSTA, - G-A. - FOR CHEAPEST - COLLARS. ETC. IPAIKING A SPECIALTY. ENRY E. OSBORN, 218 WASHINGTON STREET, ugusta, -, - Ga. . vJ^CTCSOIsT'S OSTAURANT. wish to say to my friends and public that my business has n constantly increasing, and I ?eve that the good people of ^efield county will be glad to )W that every enterprise within border is on a solid, substantial ni. have removed to more cpni lious quarters on the weat side :he public square, Near the Court House. liiere I will be bettor able to ommadate my friends and pa is. Thanking them for past ors and soliciting a continuance the same. I am Respectfully, L. E. JACKSON, Ag't. THE 7 - WILL OI'KX ITS - irty-lTiird Session SEPT. 7, 1892.