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Connuei'eti Ht IjH.-tl.
O, heart of mine! so often warmod
In woman’s holy presence;
So oft’ submerged—yot not alarmed—
In Love’s angelic essence ;
From out thy troubled depths I pray
An exposition truly ;
Of that which has, with manic sway,
Thy homage gained so fully.
IL.st. thou grown weaker than of yor* 1
Or is Love’s power stronger ;
That them shouldst tremble and adore,
And hold the field no longer?
Thon need.st not answer, for I know,
Bv thy excited beating.
That Venus bended Cupid’s bow,
And pierced thee while retreating
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 29t,h, 1882. —J. II. C.
FOREPA UOIl'S $10,000 BE A VTY.
Tnvitos the a tf cut ion o the bu> hi^r publir to his well seJeeted stook of
wnpr.wnr? ffwr** ir;xr***ff.-r» a. #*> oj.ta.wwt*.-aajsak**w* —
Down with High Prices &> Peer Slices!
Fashionable Dry Foods,
THE SENSATION OP TIIE SEASON ! !
WM. MULHERIN AND
AT7-2 AND 913 V.ItOAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA .,
Fa mis h in y (roods, & c, etc.,
Are slaughtering Boots. Shoes ami Mat.-. There are too Inrgc stores filled with Bargi.irs,
and it w 1! he strange if you ■■ai.r.ot be phased among such a variety. Vt offer :
The $10,000 beauty is proving any
thing but an everlasting joy to Adam
Forepaugh, says the Philadelphia Press.
It is a dull month when one or two of
Miss. Montague’s numerous suits against,
her quondam employer are not called in
the courts. Latterly they have been
coming in pairs. Two were called in
common pleas court No. 4, last, week,
and each involved $10.000—a fateful
figure with Mr. Fotepaugh. The first
is for the recovery of the $10,000
prize which was awarded Miss Mont
ague on paper, but which the veteran
showman had thus failed to deliver.—
The other $10,000 is for injuries re
ceived by being thrown from a vicious
e’ephant which Miss Mou:ague was
compelled to ride in the street pag *a its
1 st. year. He must also answer to two
other actions which is set down for
a hearing in common p eas court. No. 1.
'lire total amount involved is $10,70),
the odd hundreds being for seven
weeks’ salary, which the beauty alleges
is duo on last year's engagement The
4/0 (10C ; s for breach of contract this
season. Mr. Forepaugh, the petition
avers, engaged to provide Miss Mont-
ague a <-tate room in her travels about
♦ he country this .year, but when the! For Sale by Fui i & (
beauty went to inspect her quarters, j UTiiloiy. Address Domk
just before the Forepaugh tiain Ieftl
Philadelphia on the opening of the sea - QjJ
son, she found that she was to bo crowd
ed in with “lady” bare back riders,
trapeze performers, and other common
In our Dross Goods Department may bo found all the leading Mjl«s in tb«* newest
shades, embruoitm Plushes, Velvets, Silk Ottomans, Satins, Plain and Brocaded Y c.-li ’teens
Besides a uutir»Itlc-nt line of Dress Fabric:, ran icing in price from 9 cents to $2 per yard.
White 1 d-sir- moie especially to call your attention to my Dress Goods Department,
I would say that the other Departments have not suffered for want of artention, as I have
spared neither time nor money to have them open up to the full standard. You are cordi
ally invited to visit Miller’s Corner, Augusta, Ca. octl3"82.a ui.
:a n d s at the Head!
THE LIGHT* UUNNING
Infants’ I,ace sics 10
“ “ “ a barter (trade . 25
“ Kid and Pebble Buttoned shoes.. . 50
Children’s Pebble Shoes, heels 50
“ A Cult' Polkas, heels 50
“ Pebblo Polkas, heels CO
“ “ Buttoned shoes, heels 75
Misses’I Kid Buttoned shoos 00-
“ Pebble Lace shoes 1 1/0
Ladies’Cloth Buskins 35
“ Kid slippers 50
“ «'olf Peairod shoes 50
‘ Kid Lined Serce Buskins " ’ 50
“ Moquct slippers 75
‘ A Calf Luce shoes, sewed 90
“ Pebble L \ ee shoes, sewed 1 00
“ I rubble Buttoned shoes 1 00
Ladies’ Kid Bottoned shoes 1 M
‘ Kid Opera slippers . . . . . —100
“ Kid Sandal slippers .... J 00
Gents’ Carpet slippers 50
•* Pebble slippers 75
“ Heavy Brosans 75
“ Cable Sewed Concress Gaiters 1 0t>
*• Sewed Box Toe Conuresa Gaiters —125
“ Heavy Boots, solid 1 50
" Dress Calf Boots, solid 2 50
Boys’ Heavy Brogans 60
“ Dress Brogans 75
‘ - Dress Lace shoes 1 00
Youths’ Pipped Boots, 7 to 13 1 00
Gents' and Bovs’ Wool Hats 20
- Stiff Hats 50
“ Gents Felt Ilats 1 05
ALSO, ZE1GLER BRO’S., EVITT BROS., and MILES & SON’S,
And the most desirable lines Ladies’, Gents’, Misses’ and children’s fine shoes. We have a large
stock of Boots, bilious, Hat.s and Clothing incur Wholesale Depa tment which we offer at less than
Few York Jobbers' prices. Close buyers of these goods will make a mistake if they fail to ex
amino our steer.. _
WM. MULHERIN & CO., 722 and 913 Broad St.,
sept8*82.a-m. Clothing Department No. 14 Jones St. AUGUSTA, GA.
D 0 M E S T ! G ,jD A Y
That it is the acknowledged Lea
der in the Trade*is a iVct til <t can
ed iie disputed. Mat y imitate it.
N n tq:ml if. Thu largest armed,
li.'ii M/bteU Running, tlio iiD st
beaut du 1 woi.ti-work,
WABKAN i FI)
To li un T - f tlie* I e*t. n atorial'
’o on Miy .. d ail kip (Is «.f work
’■ 1)“ c tn])'ct.* in <-very resqu vt.
. i-s •-m, G«. Agunt;* wanted in unoccupied
i ie Si- u : ng .Machine Co ll’chnpmd, V«. oct27d'v
Carriage Emporium of
a. ML ts
Dk y. & a
1) ciilors l^i
»d that only half jjt bittli was
Ai go a
,-r alleged beauty
posing as the ( rig nal
lze during the last six |
.his substitution furnishes;
Ls Montague g-onnd for a fifth suit,!
in which she asks $10,000 for the use j
of her name. The sixth and last suit 1
which will come up shortly, is likewise
of the $10,000 gague, and calls for Miss
Montague’s share in her photographs. !
Carpets, Oii O'otlis, CM-omo-* A* Upholstery Goods. Window GurOdns
it Shades, Wall Papers & Borders, ( h ice F;unil\ Groceries it Plantation
Old Stand "AMES Ok BAILIE t: BROTHER,
mayli) ’S2.1) -V.
Senator Poeph s, one of thO aub-eom j
mi;tee on the penitentiary, recently!
visited Dade coal mines, and among 1
other things, writes as follows to his;
his jrper. the Gwinnett Herald : “One 1
of the fi'st men we met. was Ox, who
is serving out a life sentence foi the
murder of Bob Alston. He does not
have the hardships of other prisoners,
as he is iu charge of the stock, and
therefore has more liberties. But while
he gre ts us with a smile, the tears
glisten on his cheek, as he talks of hi.*
■dreary life, his distressed family and
the dark future before him. He keeps
h a little boy with him for company, and
is a very useful man at th * camps.
Mahone untied at the patent office a
few days ago to demand the discharge
of Miss Jennings of Virginia, requesting
that she bo sent for. and it took some
time to convince him that she had been
dead uVer two years
It was a 8t. Louis editor who, on
hearing sumo one ask through die tele
phone ; Us the editor iu 1” grabbed
his pistol and oocked it before answer*
tnjri<ir of J ron, Per it tut n
, ,3 t iturkiiin
tpG'j ).( jjttlaiiil'le form. H'/te
ijif, | i<»»<<//}>rvi‘iirationofi'. on.
a: vs Qf lthat tvill not bfttckm I'm
if at ^RkI j (troth,ny rkart/eirrirt it t\f
MSyy.ujSShBwtiWA*,*! \oMfcr iron i>>'< rutrt-a. i ...
t i-..\ 'I'L'i-liikx : 1 "have ui.nl ly.. Ueumir^litJ^ToisvJlu'my pnle/U'is, HiiU in f
“ twoutv-flve. veai'8 In medicine, imve never found anyllilns: to (rive the re..ulH th.-l Du. flAt, (l I: d
Iron Tonic dock. In many eases of Nervous I’rostruf.on, Keroalfi IHsuatus, Dyspepsia, an.t an im-
l-ovciiahert condition of the blood, this jie, less remody baa, ir. my hands, inane some v/omlei'ii.i cures,
('uses that have baffled some of our most eminent physicians have yielded to this pie at and Incompar
able remedy. I prescribe tt in preference to any Iron preparation made. In fact, aueh a compound
as Du. ilAUTKH’S lnou Tonic is a necessity iu tny practice. Lit. ItDBLHT 5 VMI’l.I.t.',
ST. I.outs. Mo.. Nov. sSith. i.tsi. 3104 Wash. AvODnc.
7/Tieccolorio»,7W7,T,n f —it—— ■■ ,
natural healthful tone in 1
tier von* sffsitnn, ntahiug (
it it).?ji ica/ilo to Generali 1
Debit it if, l.o.*.* of A pne- \
tile, Prostration of Vital I
Powers and Impotence,!
MANUFACTURED UY THE 3DR. IIAit AJLJB. M.EXnoUi& CO.
Finest Stock and L >wcst Prices. H »lf
L. Victories, Extension Top*, Canopy
Tops, itockaway* and Buggies, di s'ties
The patent American Road-Cart. The easiest riding and most perf ct
two wheel vehicle yet produced. Loads all others. Supersedes all others.
Three. qu>*rt< r Trotting Wagons. Ladies’ Phaetons, elegant styles. Coach
Material. Fine Paints nnd Varnishes, Saddlery and Fine Harness. Leath
er findings. Best, quality Seamless Gum Belting, pure article. Leather
B Uing. Litcii-g. Fine Trunks and Valises. Agents fi r Wilson, Cliilds <fe
Co’s Philadclpl i i Wagons, the lightest and best oct.6,’82.ctn.
i I Me n A g r e e
213 N. MAiN 8f., if. IGUiS.
iunl(), , S2.h*y.
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AU Sufferers with BLIND, BLEEDING or HIDDEN PILES oau lx,
DR. TAB LEU’S PILE TUBE, price, 75 ctu. Ant your Druggist
FOR SALE BY
lermauontly ourod by using
OI J AS. 1’. I .OVlltA 111 >,
(Successor to Pendleton Jc Brother.)
No. 615. 617 ami 619 Kollock Street, Augusta, Georgia.
MsnufacAurer and dealer in mill machinery, engines and supplies. Brass
a’ d iron casting of every variety a»'d style. Special attention given to
repairs. Give mo a call. Ohas. F. Lombard, Proprietor,
Wm. Pkjidlkton, iept,22,’82.b*y.
That, the Ivst is cheapest, and especially is this true in FURNL' 0R1G
Just see some oi our prices:
P, rl r Sets ip Hair Gl»th. Walnut Frame from $35 to $90.
'1 he best Raw Siik S< t for $65 ever offered.
Nice Vt :i out Chnnd'er Set«, Marble T<>p, $55.
4 he hi st \\ ahiut Marble Top Set in tire market t r $65.
WE DEFY COMPETITION FROM ANY AND EVERY QUARTER
WE ACKNOWLEDGE NO SUPERIOR,
AND FEW EQUALS, IN THE SOUTH.
V\ ho ever heard ' f Oan« S’nc ('hairs for vcventvfive c* nt«i.
Extensiou I’ltbleh ( ne dollar per tool.
Wo iruiirantee satisfaction in every case. Our stock of Mattresses » d
Spring Beds incomplete. Steam Dressed Featliers always on h nd .Ml
e , ” , d s packed and shipped free of charge. Upholstering done io ill
brunches. Our new Catalogue will be ready about October 1st.
sept 15,’82.b -y.
717 and 839 Broad Street, AUGUSTA. GA
Bv mutual consent the firm ot Duncan tt John
son is this duy dissolved. Thom) Indebted will
please settle ut once. Das. Duncan i Johnson
Nov. 10,1882. tf.
Jolyp D. Ashton.
Attorney at I, m