F nshine Miwic.
I a Nn Mb« iNin tkf Im-
| z driirn.
f itsoii "Our life •• •
r ii.' > wo* N*<t M<'i*onalJ>
Ml t<<i K'fcnitu*! H«
the lx 4 in *l»« •or*ic«. » nJ
g< KM out he ge‘» 10 bw
elMmhl <T"rU * nt
. m r. :-ul«r I’resbv
j|, j« »!*«)« r<*Jy f° r *
t Ihe lx.tn *»r he tie" hie
*up il> p ‘p< ;,H before going
continue I the gentlemen,
, , hat i time of it- I here
on inf "tonmcii meny » night
• than half . mile. t«-yi“g *®
ini the lu itiehilier* I **'
t„ 1, ( . ,hot every minute It
u pie mot bueinee" hunting
4H. I ~ nml }<t theie i» »ome
, t it which >• jieculiarly
ti„;; What rio you think of
out in thu wood* night
t in iitinin electing or enow-
rin;’ >:r last (old "(e ll when
az-1. tn. I to transplant the
in this ncighlH.rh.xxl, 1
it in the w.o h It wee cold
h to fiuez.. my toe naile off, but
u in in bv rolling over and over,
u t drank any liquor in many
hut if I could have got hold of
it night 1 think 1 would have
1 it I have rode horseback
iii [liU nlu'ii 1 would be so cold
I I .uldii't bonu my elbows One
it wa. .o <■ 'ld that ve stopped
built a fire imd then we like to
.to death. We w<ie afraid to
o wl. "i', for fear the b .ye would
r it all night Katie with us."
[ow do .the people tn the mixiu
e diatll.'tS treat V oil ?"
>h. tbev uh kind enough to us,
»I,Hie of them are very trencher
I o my own part, 1 have never
any limbfe Icm go through
of the upp'-r comities in diivlight
ii. i. iI <■ iiiol< st< d I make it a
,to treat the men like they were
th i mu when 1 an. st them. They
kind tr.jatment and never forgot
I ' , er l < pn "hot nt ?"
Y. nd tihiea, but it was
' ».n"Zit m.’ht I wns eating a
inti-ip into one night and had it
it Hut of my bund."
po the mo nah.tiers always go
med?' , I
•• \ M n o. i d t'li'i", they do. \\ Idle
~ .ini ~ r -'l"< they keen th. ir
bl ’1 ~ I .• '' ~l*l
,« ~ • ti oi i" >, w.< i. vet they
•i .i ..i i e U'li-n limy go uroiind
i:,.. ,|iv tli'«i ie:i.rally carry then
,ins Km lii'S. !oh ( ii long wayr
ith them But 1 must be off."
... -- ■*
El’rf to Ufiw.
I is l i U ible to witness the antis
u h n an.l interest w.th which four
•r live Ii i i Ir. I p .pie watch the an- *
u |, I, v lu'i «• on a crowded |
.n win S ich an ip -de never fads
i t ie.ii* t feeling of fiieildsbip and
ii , . urn ng the looksrs on. Ihe
uttl ■ f i imilltici of life are forgotten
and even man’s n< ighbor is his
broth, r t.*i the tune b< mg. A horse
lee. ullv bulked ill Chicago, says a
We.l. iii paper, and a reporter took
dow i the toll"*mg utterances from
the ci wd in:mediately assembled
"Twist his ears”
"Baek the wagon on linn."
■ fw I,t I.la tI .
"I liii >w what I d do."
"S > do I.”
I d hurry hiiu out of that."
"S >M I
"tie gentle with him" this is fsnn
"Recite poetry to hi ,, i.“
"Hitch another h use to him."
"Wisii't he was an horse for 'bout
a minute and a hall
' \ll'btHi you would."
"V iu‘d sue.'
Tn'ii'i * auddeidv wilks away.
s<> ala ■ does the friendly crowd.
• •• owe
IttW Militated 'Miffttn
From enly Li discretions. Excesses,
Ac !t you will xnd me your name
an 1 a Idreia. I wilt eeudyou by return
in nt a Ire it:. ■ u t.ie * -luse -nd curs
of nervous exliauadon, lost manhood,
loss of memory. dimna«s of vision, and |
all oth'i symptoms ari.iug from self
•bus , overwork or study. Xegl.-i t
ran. s of iiisaintv and earlv death
Adder.«. ' T. \V Rier,
I i I'u.ton St,. B:
A I*ft, Bxt'crloncr'. Remarkable and
quid ci a*. T; -I I xatfea. Send
«.Amp <«'ri>i. Jed p*» ulan*. Address
Dr. VBAED \CC Loulalana.
Its Diseases and Cure.
1 Tlii- clasH of troublesome
complaint# embraces a large
Hat, some of which afflict near
ly cverv family in the land.
Heretofore the' treatment of
nearlv all those diseases has
been very unsatisfactory and
unsuccessful, a»'l the people
have been very much deceived
bv pretended remedies. A
majority are caused by an
mpure,’ vitiated condition of
the blood, and as most of the
blood remedies ct the day re
iiiiire 50 to 100 bottles before
you discover that they will not
effect a l in e, we offer B. B. 8..
which makes positive cures by
the use of only a few bottles.
The most common of the
skin diseases which are cured
by the use of B. B 8., the only
quick Blood Purifier, are as
Eczemw, Old Ulcers,
Eiysip* fe", I' utter,
Scsl'llieiiw, Itching Humors,
Did Sores, Herpes,
is sought by the use of cosmetics
and all sorts of external ap- j
plications, some of them being
All females love to look
pretty (which gentlemen do
not object to) and a smooth,
soft, dear complexion adds
greatly to female charms.
Tin* use of B. B. /»., will
purify your blood, will remove
blotches, splotches and bumps
that appear upon the face and
neck, and will tinge the pale
check w ith the roseate hues ol
nature. One or two bottles will
convince any one of its value.
No family should tail to keep
/>’. A //., in the house, as there
is no family medicine its equal.
One author says: “Rheu
matism is due to the pieseneel
in the blood of a vegetable
or: inisin ofdelinif ■ characters."
Aui'th»r-a;s: "Il is due t
the presence of a poison in the
blood which is of the nature ol
The disease h iving its origin
in the blood, it is reasonable to
suppose that it must be cured
by remedies directed to the
A successful remrdy must
produce certain changes in the
composition of the blood, and
when this has been accomplish
ed, all pain, swelling and
stiffness of the joints subside.
Tins M<Tount» for the reason why
! i xtcrual upplii Htiinii full to produce
permanent relief. i
But we now have the remedy which
acta like magic in giving relief to nil
forma of iheunintnuu. rheumatic gout,
rheumatism of the joints, uiuaclea and
heart. It also cures syphilitic and
mercurial pains and rheumatism in an ,
incredibly ahort time. The fee. cannot
be denied that B. B B (Botanic
Blood Bnlml Inis proven itself to lie
the most speedy and wonderful reme
dy for all Jorma of rbeutuatiaiu ever
before known. Those who were
prostrated in ts-d and could not get
about, lima been curt,!. Men with
t wo crutches, and hobbling along with
stiffened and painful joint, withered
fivsli, loss of deep and appetite, are
cured by the use of B. B. B. Cast
aside all other rem dies, use B B. B.
and you will K>on have no use for
Many who read thia will refuse to
l>« cuied by the iim of B. B 8., but :
we advise all such to drop us a jxwtal
card for our B>s>k of Wonders, free,
which is tilled with Btarthug proof of
cures made hen* at home
> lams full ii f uniat.
-ml skin I
i ' be Iv
.hood Balm Company, At-
Ga, and you may be made
I b «lT.v.
J Blacksmith Shop.
ITik* Uns method of informing the publie
:hat 1 viU opin U>e tmuitb ard wahm!
I rcecutlv occupedbv Powrll Hardt, at
I Harlem t n Frbuary Ist, All orders wih
be pnMnpilv attended u>.
? .W g ATIINWON.
5,10 and 15 Cent Store,
No. 526 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
G. B. DUKE, Proprietor,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Plain, Stamped and Japanned Tinware.
Wnoi.KSAi.i and Rktaig Dealibs In
Crockerr. I.imp" und Gla«"ware, Wooden and Willow-ware. etc.
Jewolrv and ranev Go»»d"a specialty.
I’.-ff.tiD", Guttering and Kspairing promptly attended to. an23-I
Order your Gin Ribs from
I’IMJIETOX FDIiORV MAflllXß WORK
CHAS F. LOMBARD, Propr. \t M. PENDLETON, Supt.
maxti actv::i: and deal in
MILL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES,
No. 615, 617 nml 619 Kollock Street. Augusta, Georgia
f'aHt-nr" of all kind" executed pminpilv.in iren or brane. Pnllevw. Gearing. Shar.nr, Jgutd I
box*", Sn-'ar Mills. Injcctoif, Water Wheels, (iorernors. Sawn, Files, Engine fei.pplies, Ini
Fronts, Balcony Castings. Ar., Ac.
Special Attention Given to Repairs.!
'orreHpoiiderice wlicited. n ’ 27
me. C. P. C. M.
- Clouds Creek
PUR TA BL L CORN MILLS
Make the vs. y best Meal. Prieea low.
' « buiJu them ir a' erv ■ ub- tantial nunnr,
We also reii the KuL 1 ING IX.IECTORS, lh«
bent boiler feeder made. U|dy one handle
F V ,o operate The ATLAS F.nGINES aid
BOILERS, the ERIE ENG IN EH and BOIL
vBR I BS. the VAN DESEN JET PUMPS. Make
Idk a s I 'Tf all ' l r ®P®* r kinds of machinery; aloe keep
r a full stock of Engines and Mill Tittinfe,
Cf c. R. Lombard &Co.
Feendry, Maehine and Boiler Works.
Eoundry, .Machine and Boiler Works. Also Mill and Engine
Simply House. Augusta, Ga.
Ko “ PlmMr
n \ I / Medal and Hlghaat Anrfe
(k. wl Std ll/l o f n theQr.ataoaiUen Lx>a-
’ u‘.. aJr 3 siticQ, Louisville, ly, and a
H X GJ* of biato Fairs In 1883-4.
I - 1 Hi «■> ai.int antira ulul>.
Wp 1 A ■ ' t ‘ iS I a * tfr’D. Tne dnin&ad alnwuly tNa Maaon ■
rtli*bl c agents >n *>
. Smwl for oateioewe maiUd Addrwa,
HKNCH A DROMCOLD, York, Pa. Ham. this paper. I
MRS. N. BRUM CLARK
!• dosing spring and summer stock of Millinery and Fancy
Goods at greatly reduced prices.
Zephyrsand other wools.
Warner’s Health and’Nursing Corset always in stock.
Crepe Veils renovated at short notice.
Parties in arrears to Mrs. Clark will greatly favor bv making
an early settlement. * •
Mrs. H. Brum Clark.
- THE -
WO car «•* Kecord.
1 ,s ”
UullU by Few and Surpassed by Him.
Aokaowiaiced by competent Jadens to
be one of she
BIST FOR TEE LEAST MONET.
Byf.srn K'lnf to buy ar oryan do not fall to
, . and price Um. We
k been eetAbhibed ainoe 1866 Bad
• W years' rwxxd.
. _ ■SKDOTA, ILL. .
• - Er'
r? r 1
STortS aud rtATERS, AIM WA UM ING
UIUkTES. RCROOL ROOM HEATERS. Each
combmiac the Radiation and VentilaUea e< aa
one naa with tb« operation of a vans ata
rvaaaea, ato Parlor and Cnk Sloven. Raw..
ctr r*f Eß, f L Ft nXACKM, ’
circtlan maL»d cm apphcautß.
TSX utmckj toxaci a rra. cc.
7« Beekman Bt. N. Y. City
We Stand at the Head
1 WITH THE
111 NEW HOME
New Style Wood Work.
Patti-Hand Attachment Furnished Free.
500 Good Second-Hand Sewing Machine* taken in exchange for above makes, to be eeld a
half value, $5, $lO, sls each, warranted in good Hewing order. Sewing Machines of all makea
(^yAgents for Domestic Paper Patterns.
Send for Catalogue and Trice Lists to
THOMAS, BARTON & KEY,
'Dip S< wing Machine and Organ Dealers, 924 Broad Street, Augnata, Ga
WATCHES I DIAMONDS I JEWELRY !
Largest and Handsomest Stock in Georgia.
HAVING purcliascd F A. BRAHE’S ENTIRE STOCK OF JEWELRY and «>naolidaU<
with it; lie elegant Htock formerly carried by me at my old stand under th. Central H.t.l,
1 now offer at reduced pi ices the handsomest stock of Jewelry, Silverware, io , .ver a... i*
tliis city, at my NEW STORE, Corner Broad and Seventh Streets, and familiarly known nn
Mr. BRAHE will remain with me, and will be pleased to see his friends
Jeweler, 702 Broad atraat
To the Millinery Trade.
Do not purchase, or place your orders, until you have seen our immense eU*k. We hav.
lhe prettiest, ueatest, biggest »ud most stylish line of
Millinery and k'ancy Goods.
To he seen in the South will occupy our store in October.
Experience in the combination of colors, honest work, good material and nolite'attenti.n in
For quality onr prices will range far below that of competing firms.
Call and see us, we solicit a portion of your patronage fi r the Fall Trade. Respectfully, k».
Mrs. S. E. Potts, Agent,
Nos. I,CoO and 1,u20. Bread St., Augusta, Ga.
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND A FULL LINK Os
Medium and Cheaper Grades
Open and Top Buggies,
At Lower Prices than at any ether House this side of Cincinnati. This work ia all mid. U
OI Lv T*i Llgh ‘ cr , 6nnmnq ami Better Finished than the clas. of work «u21.8v Jld
ard ehteles. But I have just received a Full Line of Fine .enerally seld ae Stand-
Family Carriages, Phaetons&Cabriolets!
Jnst received another shipment of those Fine Open and Ton _ .> ■ .
ders, by the best manufacturers North and East Nothml Upon ' ,peCl * l ,r '
then, vehicles but the best materials and in Onalitv KtvU . 1 r "T 1 1,1 ,11 * (,on " tr >’Ctioß if. ■
other, now iu th. market. I„ .took i Full Lhm oF ’ ? Mnd F ‘ Dl ’ b ’ ,re
™ ddleS and ’ '
Which I will offer ,( Tower Price-
I ?a\ber'< g's'l '' efore been known in the history of the bnsi-
Luc’nVof .uiierioL^-^b^ ’ «l> "«»"• Oak 'and H.tnloek
" ni l Wag 'll Miterials, Harueae Leather, Belt
H-vstuvi Voting. Ale. a full line .f
Gm" *>'• ». P 'wdet Table ami P . ket Cutlery, Plow Points for all makes. Nails, Axes,
II e. I .il l M. i I'Pi u I 'iks, bhovela, Hpailee, Steelyards and Seal. Beanie, Grind
*'' *' l> I- I ■ x i arp' iit.i 1... 1., 1 il«n, Hinges, W indow Sash, Doors and Blinds, Farm
and < bureh kelle, ali.cn I am vtlenu( al Lowest link Prices,
A. R. GOODYEAR, Agent,
i.au aij . -a Rucoeiter to R. H. MAT A CO.
It iMd !4Un.|, Opp-v.-MtR <’,R.r ? <n i(1 l, ..id Bank, 704 Broad St.
J. W. Gray, Proprietor.
l'rirVA?p- l 7!’ Xim ’ ty Hoa ’, , ‘' telegraph Offices. Express Offlce, PostOffi... Oath.
, * '--‘Lofroom.
W. H. SIMS, Chief Cleric.