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EOUEI'Ib'L?, S. CM OCT 20, 180?.
. Death of Mrs. P. M. Butler.
1 his Indy-KATE GOODE-whom so many of
us know intimately fr >m her cridlo, ?3 no mire.
At the early a^o uf twenty-five ?die hus been
calk- .' m another world. To ;?or many friends
her;. ;bc telegraph brings thc ead tidings that
she departed toi* life, at bur hom?, near Miuiden,
La, on the Hrh inst. She wa3 lovely in person
and in character. In this, their old home, are
flowing many tears of silent sympathy for her
sadly stricken parents, husband and chilJren.
Well Weighed and Never Found Want
Yes, " weighed in tho balance" for lo ! thoso
many years, and never yet "found wanting.-'
Who? Oar universally es'eera-.-d 'ownsm.m Mr.
B. C. lia VAX. Hi h*s ju?t returnfd from Charles
toi wi-h u Very Fine Slm-k of New. Elegant nnd
Fa -?i?. >ti iljle Goods. Arid nut only ilezun: acd
f?i-: 'tiat)Jo goads, lint also t'Jain Staut an ? U c
Who knows, or ought to know, bet cr than Mr.
Bi. Y AN." how to choo-e and purchase a yood stoek.
Ile sends ns a largo advertisement, but it is too
Into for :hi- wo- k Ho will be f >u:id ut his oil
s ti ml. and w ll we?come hi? tr ions of friends wi h
Li. I ! h >m-*t and cheery smile.
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The (ICM h g Days of Court.
Nothing ol interest marked tho i-t'--i?i^ days of
.- our Pall Term s:ive tho trial of Lydia Buchhal
ter for the murder of Mrs. Elkins. Messrs Ad
dison and Bacon were appointed as her counsel.
The jury acquitted her. And thus is thc Elki?s
case off the (locket. A worthy lady has been ut
troeionsly mu rd vre J, and the perpetrator! whoev
er he or .?he may bo, goes unwhipt of justice.
Io day? nf better law it had not boon so !
And thea Judge Plait was guised, as usual,
w?th .: rioloni pain in tho head, or bl ini::ch, or
b.iek, orsomewhere, (head, however, most proba.
Wy,} and retired; with bis blushing honors thick
itu .r. him. And after his late absurd, undignili
ed, and puerile splutter here, he certainly deserves
a lasting reaicmbrance at thc hands of Edgefield.
Ve cannot afford to havo his noble featuros per
petuated in immortal colors or prisoned in death
less marble, for the admiration and emulation of
generations yet unborn, but we should redeem
bis name at least from entire oblivion.
lit?is is a classic material for the purpose : it is
euduring ind it is appropriate. Let, then, an
ample tubiet be constructed of this brilliant metal,
and on its shiping surfaeo let " ?topbanlnb ri tt,
Contmnvtiblo livon Among Carpetbaggers" bi
We can afford in this instance to bc even
buzeu in our admiration and generosity.
?&- Our Charleston letter bus l een received,
but the pressure of advertisements compels us
to defer it until our next issue.
Jj?f The first Fr st of thc season was risible
on tho 1 -11 h. Wc have bad several sioce. Vege
tation don't seem much effected as yet.
Lawless, Malignant, Unscrupulous:
At tho last State oloction in Georgia, A. (?.
Buf?n, thc Radical Sheriff of Richmond County,
was shot and killed. And as lately as Friday
last, our peaceful and gentlemanly fellow-citizen
of H imburg, Mr. ROBERT KER.N'ACHAX, was ar
rested, placed in irons, and taken to Columbi.;,
ou n charge of being tho murderer. The arres"
vas effected a' thc instance of thc notorious Hub
bu rd. who ni.-.dc an i.flidavil to the iffect that
up' ii information received, he had reason to be
lieve that Mr. KERNACHAN committed thc mur
der. Wc have no doubt that thc accusation is
t -tu;llv groundless and that the whole thing if j
:. uianifcatatlou of long-nursed Radical malignity. |
Thc Elections ju Pennsylvania ant!
TliCfC electivos, wbieh have been looked for
ward to With ??> inuob VutoreiiV, t-jolt place ou thc
12th inst.. ro?uiiiii?, in both States, in tho suecc-?
?f the Republican candidate for Governor.
ggf'Thti State Aricuitural Fair, let it bo re
membered, will be held :n Columbia on the lOtb.
1 Ith and ll'tii November. Wc hope Edgefield will
be weil rcpr<stilted and th:it many 'd' our farmer.
?.ad planters will bring bvinc Prizes with them.
Only i nc fare will be charged on Railroad.
Sec How lie Flauuts His Plug!
We mean eur friend and next-door neigh bor,
Capt T. W. CAUWILC. Or in other nords, CAR
WILE thc Druggist. To reid his row double
column udcertisement is actually good for the
health. Bo search it out. and read it, every word
of it. You can easily find it, for it is by no oio.in.
like a needle in a hoy-s'ack. I'speaks of Healing
and of Coinf .rt, und of Good-cheer, and of Beau
ty, and of Cleanliue.-s.
CARWILK ii lately back from New York York
Anil truly to look into his Store, one might well
imagine ho had also laid London. Paris, Con
stan inoplc, Calcutta and Pikin, under contribu
t on. Hi? Sh ?w Cuses look like pictures seen :n
dreams. His shelves groan with Sweetmeats and
Luxuries iii u would bewilder au epicurean. Ol
bis new Stock of Drugs, Paints, Oi g, Medicines
?ti?., we say nothing. His reparation as a Drug,
gist is past all praise. To merely look into hU
Cftablishment is worth five dollars. Arid, la?t
but not lea-.f, his salesman Mr. CLISBY, will show
you tho beauties with a refined courtesy which
will much enhance the | leusuro of looking.
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An entert'rising Charlestonian has undertaken
to placo these delicious bivalves within reach ol
the benighted people of thc interior, and the first
class houses to which he refers, are a guarantee
that he is all right. See advertisement.
New Secretary of War.
A Washington " telegram of tbo 13th, says:
'. General Wm. M. Belknap, of Iowa, bas been
telegraphed by the President to assume thc Sec
retaryship of War. On his arrival General Sher
inan will retire.
.' It is ruxorod that General Signum accep
te t tho Secretaryship with reluctance and only
to accommodate the Presiden*. General Belknap
ii butthir.y-eigbtyoars old, agradutj Princeton
College, Xew Jersey, and a lawyer by pr 'fession.
He S?rved in thc. Union army fro: -, thc beginning
to the end of tho late civil war, in the capacity
of an H?de-de-ca'?p to General Sherm m."
jJSEr A slaver, having 250 negroes on board,
wns lately captured on thc Arabian coast, .by a
tfir A man in Kentucky thought ho would
seato his wife by throwing a few p viug-stoues.
through tho window. She immediately get evyn
with him by ?hooting him through Gie jugular
nrtillery, and ho has beon let down in a box.
%?%r Four hundred students havo been entered
at the University of Virginia, and there are many
present who have not been entered. It is calcu
lated that tho number will bc increased to five
hundred. Generally speaking, the stu lents are,
we learn, older than thoso heretofore at the Uni
versity since the close of the war-a fae-, if it j
bc a fact, for which it would be difficult lo assign
.x good CailiC.
Si'" At Columbus, ??a., they are making cot
ton blankets, apparently very warm and comfort
able, with a good ho ly and nap on each sid-, j
handsomely bordered in colors. They arojnach j
cheaper ihiu woollen blankets, and less porous.
jj<Hr Tho ITagorstown, Md , coroner summoned ?
ajury and took thom two miles one night Inst
week, to bol i an inquest on two men found dead I
on the roadside. After an examination by thc !
medical experts -mummed t > bc in attendance,
it was discovered that thc coroner hal been sold.
The men wore only deal drunk.
It is reported, says tho Crnrlotto (N. C.)
Bulletip, that Genera:s Wade Hampton and D.
If. Hill an: neg 'flating fi-r tho purchase rf the 1
Charlotte Military Institute to rc-npeu it as a '
fir- class S ?uthern institution.
? Toby Lybraud, colored, convicted at tho
last term of tbe Court of General Sessions for
Laington County, was executed ou Friday, tho ,
tub. Wo leam that he made no confession. -
Augusta,--Her Growth, Activity ai
Wc spent a. day of ibo past wei fy ia August
our beautiful uud generous neighbor-aud
note briefly a few fae.s and reflections.
Augusta can no longer bo spoken of ns a I
city. Tho railroads ?hieb converge in ber hos
a- it wer.-. :ire fast unfolding her great c-ipn!
tie-, and already Augusta uiny bo cni'.cd the <
ei'iunti of the South. Wo should liko to k:
tho number of her population. If cannot bo
than 30,000. What say tho goography mal?
O.* are they unable to keep up with ber incrcu:
Did* y u ever east your eves thoughtfully c
those immense communs of Augusta, so supoi
ad:i])ted for the purposes of .1 gn at city ? Dt
ny surely point- her finger nt these common
sjace to be called into requisition in tho econr
of Southern prosperity. Twenty ye;irs ur
aid, in all prob?! i iiy, they will have b en e
von ul imo squares of industry ai.d wtawh,
Augus'n wili be, wnat ul! who nre wmvenieu
lier, hupe, the great ii.bind cify of the Struth.
Wchav? not a very keen business eye, bu
appears to us that *he fall trade of Augusta
never been so largo as at present. Business n
uro driving a good season in almost all the
part'.uruts of tr?de. In consequence there
b ok uf hope, vivacity and enterprise ab mt
whole place. Th r limits ot" business are d?
e.'freiiding up ?nd do.<n Br ?id Street, on the ci
-'ree's a s i, and on the street parallel tn Bro
near the river. The iosproteuionts here, tin
almost everywhere, arc many and perinunet.
need not say that thc cotton trade is lar^o :
stirring. Planters who have sold cotton, L
purchased liberally, they and their wives 1
their daughters ; and tho effect has been lari;
felt ia thc dry goods business. A more magn
cent array of articles in this department 1
never seen in Augusia before : and they hi
taken wings and flown into every part of
surrounding country, marked down to the low
We advertise for many of the very best of thc t
goods houses, ai d have hud occasion to exam
their stocks. As of these, so of the grocery
tablishmonts,-the shoe, thc jewelry and 1
drug house?,-thc music stores, and so on. Tl
are all in irreproachably fino condition, and
doing well. We congratulate them upon th
pre.-ent cheerful and active season. Nor docs <
congratulation sprang alone from the confide
tiou of their generous patronugo of our pap
but also, in a high degree, from ibo B-UA will
huvo ulwnys bad towards their city, and fron
consciousness of thc advantages that continua
accrue to our peoplo from tho i.nereiissof I
means and facilities.
The season of theatrical amusements hns 1
yet opened in Augusta. Thc old Concert Ht
so long an eye sore to theatre gecrs, is being c
lirgcdar.d very tastefully remodeled. Wo u
derstand that when it is re-opened-in u mon
or six weeks probably-it will prove a playboy
w rthy of tho beautiful city of which wo wri
We hope to sec fine ac ti ag and bear good mu,
in it yet, before thc winter is over.
But we are spinning a somewhat longer ya
than wc intended. Ono word, before desiri
about tho Planter*1 Jfotel of Augusta. It is
delightfully quiet and elegant establishment, 1
markably well-kept in ull respects. Never w
thc reputation of ibo Plautus higher than und
its j resent proprietorship. Mr. BOSTICK, eui
assistant of .Mr. GOLDSTEIN in the office, is a ge
tieiu'n of refined courtesy, ut;d no one can lea
the Planter?' without considerable experience
his intelligent and thoughtful kindno:S.
A U G USE A ADVERTISEMENTS
THE MAX WHO DOES AND THE MA
WHO DOESN'T :-At tho head of a prominci
advertising eolumn in this issue, our readers wi
perceive a well executed picture of twj gentli
men. The contrast between these two trenti?me
is Blunting. ?Tho one is irim, tidy, elegant, pr?
pnysp.si^g, yi... oitiar is a wrotcboi, shabb;
ungainly ,'fVut.b. Tho trim follow (w!iu:a tl
lillies wouldjidore) is thc one who buys his clotl
ingatthe famous JOU.N KC.-.SY'S in August
The slouch (w'lom the dogs would scarcely bar
at) is ibo one who does'nt. Clever design tba
of KESSY! lt illustrates bis establishment to
very T. Wo need say no moro. (Ju to KENNY
you would have ?he ladies adore you.
THE FLOW OF RIBBONS AND THE FEAS
OF BONNETS:-At Mesdames Faa SK Jk Bow
LEY'S, next door below J AS. A. G KAY it Co.'i
Head what thee tasteful und experienced ?adie
say for themselves in another column. Beautifu
.hop! Exquisite show cases! A very paradU
of Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Flowers, ltibboi.
and Lacos ! The Bonnets and Hats of Mcsdame
PEASE & ROWLEY havo n distinctive air-an ai:
of distinctive elegance. You can tell ono at th
distance of a whole blocky,.Truo as Gospel ! Bea
this in mind, fair ladies of Edgefield.
WE HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM
THERE. - From TURLEY'S in Augusta. Ant
there wc saw tin; treasures of tho looms if al
na'i ?ns.- Really, wo mian exactly what wv say,
Such gorge us stu?!?', in such gorgeous colors and
patterns, and in such infinite variety, wc hare
seldom <T ever seen before. Dui T CELE Y bas not
rich a:id costly jroods alone Everything at TUB
LEY'S. When you enter TURLEY'S, you may be
sure you will go no further. 'Tu RLE Y'S is. very
near ibo corner immediately abovo :ho Globe
Hotel. C-oi.-uli his new card.
BUTTONED, OR LACED, OR WITH ELAS
TICS :-Wc speak of Ladiet Gaiter?. Which
style do you like best? Tho :uo.-t fashionable
walkin;; shoes, you know, for short dresses, are
buttoned up. But let it bo this stylo or that,
JAS. HENEY, uf Augusta, can accommodate you.
His st< rc is midwayjBroad Street, nearly opposite
Masonic Hall. Read his new advertisement, and
see what unusual inducements ho offers.
DO YOU REMEMBER THEIR NAMES?
The names of P. & M. G ALLAH KR? NO doubt
you do, for allin.ugh they have been out of gear
for some years past, still they arc old aud popu
lar business man of Augusta. Wo aro very glad
to see thoir names again in our advertising col
umns, and we hope ilnir old friends will seek fir
their card and give it due attention. Tho Messrs.
G A LL AU ER are still in the laud of the living, and
ready to accommodate thc public in tho Dry
H<,??I? ??ne upoD as fair terms as any house in
Augu.-ta. Their stock is new ot oro and not to bo
surpassed iu Georgia or South Carolin 1.
PULLED DP STAKES AND MOVED ACROSS
THE SAVANNAH -By reference to our . U-cr
tising columns it will bo seen that our old friend
WM. HILL has left Hamburg. Wo hope bis
Edgefield patrons will foll >w bim. His new place
of businoss is not far above ihe Angust? Hotel
u spot extremely frequented by Edgefield cotton
wag Everybody knows Mr. HILLS speciality
-Siou x; nil !;tnd of Stove*. And not only S'tvrrnj
but all tho Numerous useful articles that are gen
erally found in a Stove Establishment. For fur
ther i articular?, however, we refer our rea lers to
Mr. HILL'S advertisement.
RECONSTRUCTION OF THE OUTER MAN.
-To be erteruatly n gentleman is n thing of tho
greatest importance. To bo well .drcs?od is in
deed no trifling matter. Since tho breaking up
of thc war. very few Sou'horn men bare bren
nob: to dress well. Most of us have long been
sadly in naod of reconstruction as regards thc
outer man. But times are growing better, and
wc can once more afford to dress like Southern
gentlemen. Go therefore to ANDREW GRAY'S,
almost opposite the Masonic flail, Augusta, and
buy yourself a quiet nnd elegant outCt. Noth
ing eau execd thc beauly and elcruut nnko of
ANDREW GRAY'S now Full Stock. Mind you. bis
name is QUAY, a Rynonym for taste, enterprise,
and honor. He sends us a new curd, f.>r ?hieb ?
we beg special attention. We hope many E Ige- I
field gentlemeu will, this fall, effect their rccoc- J
structiou at AnDBEtr (ir.AT'S.
THE CRITICS IN ADORATION!-AUGUST
Donn, thu fashionable Tailor of Augusta, has
just returned from Paris, ?ind his Stock of En
glish, French and German Goods is now tho ob
ject of adoration by the critics and connusseors.
Wo have inspected his Goods and bis Styles with
our own tyes, and we say cmpbatio.i'.ly to the
young gentlemen of Edgeficld that AUGUST DOHR
is the man to whom they should go to have their
clothes made. Verily they will come out of his
bands looking far moro elegant ami stylish than
they ever looked bet?re. Wo call their attention
to his cr.rd in another column.
His tasteful and attractive shop is only one or
two doors below J.vs. A. GUAV ? Co.'e.
JJ I O?) tl y Work in Jackson County,
The Tallahassee Sentinel tarnishes the fol
lowing accouter a bloody affair that occur
red at Marianna, Florida :
Ou Tuesday, tbe2?th ult'roo, the colored
people had :i picnic some two milos from
Marianna. The most prevalent report is
that the row coinrat-uccd among the colored
women, most of whom were armed. They
fired away, seeming not to know at whom or
for what they were firing. The whole party
became panic stricken, and all who hud arms
tired away, seemingly without a motive. Aii
other report is that while the colored people
were quietly enjoying themselves, they wete
fired OM by some party concealed in the
woods, and they then became frightened and
fired as .-lated. The result of the shooting
was that Wyatt Scurlock, colored, who had
a child in his arms, wo* shot dead, thc ball
passing through the head of the child and en
tering the breast of Scurlock, killing both in
stantly. Several other colored people were
wounded. It is reported that tho colored
people swore then that three of the best citi
zens in Marianna should be killed iu retalia
On Wednesday evening as Columbus Sulli
van, a p: cacher, who lives some seven er
eight miles west of Marianna, and a colored
mau, were returning from the gin house, they
were fired on. Sullivan was wounded in the
shoulder, and lins since died. The colored
man was wounded in'he forehead ; will re
cover. On Friday evening, while the board
er r< were sitting on the stoop of Mrs. Atta
cay's, alter supper, they were fired on by
parties supposed to bo Calvin Rodgers, col
ored, and two otbc-is, unknown. Miss Mai
sie McClellan, eldest daughter of Col. Mc
(Tlollun, waa instantly killed, three balla or
.buckshot .piercing the- region of tb?. heart.
Col. McfiHollan is badly, wounded. Mr. Cokor
and several others were on the stoop at the
lime. Coker says he recognized the voice of J
Rodgers giving the command " Fire." Sev
eral colored men have been arrested on sus
picion. Ono man swears that Rodgers want
ed him to join the party who did the shooting
on Friday evening. On Saturday morning,
Oscar Nichols, who was piloting a party of
white men in pursuit of Rodgers, was shot
d' ad by some person concealed in the woods,
a id a Mr. John Myrick, Jr., was wounded
at the same time.
In all there have been five persons killed
and several wounded in and near Marianna
duting the past week.
Great excitement exists. The citizens of
all classes and colors aro under arms and in
pursuit of thc murderers. The colored peo
ple are very indignant at the cowardly as
sassination of Miss McClellan, and are doing
all in their power to arrest the guilty parties.
S^jS" Orange Flower Cologno, a splendid article,
and Ess. Jamaica Ginger, of superior quality,
prepared by ANDREW J. PELLETIER, Drug
gist and Apothecary, No. 15S* Broad Street, Au
JES?" A lady near Memphis a few days since
gavo birth to five boys.
?SF Sponge, Nuil Brushes, Razor Strops,
Hair and Shaving Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Nip
p'e Shio'.ds, Rubber Teats, Nursing Bottles, for
salo by ANDREW J. PELLETIER, Druggist,
No. l?s?, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
OBIT ? All Y.
DIEI>, in Augu-ta, G?jrgia,on Sund ly, the 10th
inst-, at tho residunco of her parents LAURA
THERESA, daughter of Capt. ERASMUS S., and
Mrs. TALULA MI.MS, aged 2 years and 2 months.
Thc grave of tho little ono takes but a small
space, but oh ! how dark and great a shadow it
makes in tho household. How gloomy and mys
terious thc pall it casts over tho hearts of thc
loving and leader parents. Were it not O r the
liope of the land of glory on tho thithor shoro of
.ionian, how dreary indeed would ho that dark
potent reality, the valley of thc shadow of death ;
but thore is for th? puro aud spotless an immor
tality I eyond the tomb.
Tho purost flowers of spring are oft tho first
Whose spotless petals, pale and droop and die:
Whose fresh aroma with tho dew exhales,
Wafting its precious incense to tho sky.
Tho brightest song-bird, when from trnpio lands,
From spicy groves, tho myrtle and tho lime,
Will hush its melodies, and.cease to preen
Its golden plumage iu a colder elimo.
The fairest star, though late enthroned on high,
In al) its grace of bcaven'y majesty,
Too soon will hi.le its mystic peerless face.
Beneath thu troubled heaviness of the sci.
And thou, TirmtrsA ! lovely, human flower,
Sweet bird of beauty, precious household star
Hast left earth's blooming howers-tho hearts
For Heavenly gardens in thc realm? afar.
S. A. L.
AUGUSTA, October 18.
GOLD-Buying ISO. and selling 133.
COTTON-The market opened with a good de
mand at 2-1J. for Middlings, elusing firm at these
figures. Sales 510 bales. Receipts 755 bales.
.JuST Received one Barrel No. 1 MACKEREL
1 Bbl. Choice LEAF LARD,
- Sacks Choice FAMILY FLOUR. Ihavotest
ed this Flour, and can recommend it as being
very suporior. There is no mistake about it.
Three Bbl?. AV HITE WINE and APPLE
VINEGAR, which I can recommend as being
15 Boxes Good ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
0. L. PENN.
Oct 10 tf 43 .
State of South Carolina,
ED G H FI ELL) COUNTY,
IN PROBATE COURT.
BY D. L. TURNER, EsQuire, Judge Prohato
Court of Edgeficld County.
Whereas, Isaac Collier hath appliod to mo
for Lcttors of Administrntion on thejistate of |
John Lander, lute of tho County dee'd.
These are,thercforu, to cito and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and croditors of the
?aid deceased, to bc and apponr before mc, at a
Court of Probato for the said County, to bc
holden at Edgeficld C. H., on thc 27th day of J
Oct .ber. inst., 1 SOO, at 10 o'clock A. M. to show
causo if any, why the said Administration should
not bo granted.
Given undor my hand and the Soal of thcCourt,
this 13th day Oct, Anno Domini 1869, and in
tho ninety-fourth year of Atnoriean Indepen
D. L. TURNER, J.P.C E.C.
Oct. IS. j=__?L._?
rpWO LARGE FIRE STOVES.-If not sold
fi. before Sale day next, they will then be sold
to highest bidder nt Court House door.
Apply nt this Office.
Oct iii 21 41
In Re )
W'iison Abney, Bankrupt, ?
A. P. West, Assignee. J
UNDER an Order of the Hon. Geo. S. Bryan,
Judgo of thc U. S. District Court for South
Carolina, in this eas-!, the L cn Creditors of the
late WILSON ABNEY, Bankrupt, are hereby no
tined to prove their Liens bo foro C. G. Jaeger,
Register, at Newberry C. H.. S. C., on or before
tho 25th day of Novembor next.
A. P. WEST, Assignee
Oct. 20 4t 42
Land Buyers, Take Xolife!
OOO ACRES OF FINK LANDS, fer sale for
?OO S300 CASH.
SET For further marination enquire at this 1
Sept, 20,18158. St -JO *
For N?k2, Park R^ji
M, LEBEs??TZ, Affi?
HA? j? returned from . New York with}
WELL-SELECTED Stock oT
Of Every .Description, for Gentlemen, Youthi
and Boys. ?
A. FINE STOCK OF HATS,
A Splendid Stock of BOOTS and SHOES?
which were manufactured to order by the BOJ"*'
House I purchased from before the war, ?
which are tho best ever brought to this market.
A handsome Stock of.excellent SHIRTS^-a
Merino and Flannel UNDERSHIRTS, |3S
DRAW?'RS/SOCKS, ' ?
An excellent St..ck of TRUNKS, ' f*?
VALISES, R. R. BAGS, CARPET BAG?,
DOMESTIC GOODS of all descriptions,
HARDWARE of every kind,
Collins' AXES, NAILS, Ac.
In short, my Stock consists of a LITTLE OF ,
Having been for many years engaged in tht^
best business Housos in Europe, I will prove to
overy purchaser good judgraont in selecting mjr
Stock, and will give them as good Bargainers,
any de der in thc State. /
?3TD0 NOT PASS f
M. LEBESCHULTZS, Ag?
Oet'lS tf t I
FALL ?ND WINT1R
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
THE undersigned has received at his oil Bt&n^
oppotiu the Globe Hotel, the Ltrg?sv?nd|
best selector! Stock of v I
FALL AND WINTElt GOODST j
that ho has had the pleasuro of offering to hi?
frieuds and customers for many years, embracing
ftllthoLatest Styles of DRESS GOODS,
Irish and French POPLINS
Chcckod and Striped POPLINETTS '
Black and colored SILKS
MUSLIN DE LAINS
MERINOS. ?c., ,
Black BOMBAZINES /
Bleached and Brown Table DAMASKS
Bleached and Brown SHEETINGS andi
PRINTS, in great variety
Dross TRIMM-INGS, FRINGES, GIMPS,
Ladies' Cassimcru SHAWLS and Breakfast
Gent's Travelling SHAWLS
Ladies'cloth CLOAKS ^
BED BLANKETS, 10-4 and 11-1 J
Crib and oradlo BLANKETS
Dark Grey " / -
Aud many other articles too numoreus' to
In goods for Men's and BoyB.' wear in the woy of
CASS1MERES, TWEEDS SATINETS
My stock cannot be surpnssed.
Those wishing to purchase at Wholesale oi Rv,
tail are invited to call and examino befi.ro pur- !
Augusta, Oct. 19 2m 3
THOS, RICHARDSON \M
, Established tia is^^p
HATE now received their Fail supply r^Joods j
comprising a FULL and COMPLETE A$fc>RT
, MENT of
School, Classical and Miscellany us
Together with a general assortment of Bl&qk
Books, and every varioty of Statione*T in
cluding all sizes and qualities of Papcr^ens,
ink and Pencils.
A great variety of ALBUMS, FuffHM
PLAYING AND BLANK CARDS,
MATHEMATICAL and othor INSTRU
ENVELOPES ot all kinds,
CHESSMEN and BOARDS, ^v-v,
RODGERS'and WOSTENHOLMS Cu?j^5"
And n great variety of COMBS, BRUSHER
PINS, NEEDLES, SPECTACLES, and nurne
rous i'ther articles, tn meet thc drinands of Coup,
Also, a jupply of SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
all of which will bo sold nt Wholesale and Retal
at their old stand, No 203, JJ road Street,
Oct. 1? 2m - 43
My Old Friends
* *. * T- ri 3,
? TAKE this opportunity to groot y*?, and to
say that I have REMOVED MY STOCK OF
GOODS from my old placo of businoss in Ham- j
burg, to 193 ?Jroad Street, North side, a
few Doors below tho National Bank, Angusta,
Georgia, whero I invite nil my old friends and
customers to call and sec me ;' and where I shall
take pleasuro in selling them Goods, consisting of J
tho endless variety of the usual lino of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
TIN WAKE, WOODEN WARE,
BAR IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c.
I also continue lo Manufacture TIN WARE
AND SHEET IRON WORK. And all work of |
tho kind, or REPAIRING, will bo promptly at
tended to. ~ j
Call and deo if I can't do sg^ething for you.
Augusta, Oct 19_\ tf "43,^
Cheap, Cheaper !
COHEN, (successor to J. E. MONGKB^
?eiuovcd to I4'J, Broad Street. ?Jitrtrst^-?wbjj^
just returned from New York, with a LARGS
and SUPERB COLLECTION of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
ti UNS, PISTOLS, CAPS, CART?
YANK KL NOTIONS, etc.
Which he will BULL CHEAPER THAIT AJ?Y
OTHER DEALER IN AUGUSTA.
Jlnvinic tho servico of one of tho BEST WATCH
MAKERS in the country, he will r/iinrmirce for
twelve mouth* ALL REPAIRING done by bini.
WATCHES, CL0CK8, J KW EL RY AND MU- I
S1CAL INSTRUMENTS at Whole-nlo and Rc :
tail. Also REPAIRED and warranted.
'fi^r Be snre and will at 142, Broad Street,
before buying anywhere else.
a. COHEN, '
Sign of tht Big QUA
Augusta, Oct. lJ im 4 J
'HlTEDGEFIELD DRUG STORF.
s S /
OM A S W. CAR WI LE,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
WHOLESALE Ai\B RETAIL DEALER pt
tigs. Medicines, Chemicals,
jj FAINTS, OILS, ?LASS, AC,
EAS just returned from New York with a large and Superior
_ck of all Goods in the Drug Trade, which he WARRANTS
KESH AND GENUINE, and which he will sell as low as the
Line Goods can be bought,in any Southern market.
? -, Now in Store and Arriving :
; 2000 Lbs. White Lead,
200 Gals. Linseed Oil,
100 " Spts. Turpentine,
? 25 " Varnish,
\ ;** 100 Lbs. Spanish Brown,
50 Boxes Window Glass, assorted,
. 200 Lbs. Putty,
50 Gals. Machine Oil,
50 " Train Oil,
5 Doz. Boxes Axle Grease,
10 Doz. Glass Lamps, very handsome, cheap,
U * 5 " Tin . g
ff- 4 25 u Lamr^himnefsr^r
100 Gals. B^ffier?sene Oil.
300 Lbs. Blue Stone,
200 " x Bi Carb. Soda,
200 " Epsom Salts,
/ 100 ?? Sulphur,
100 " Copperas,
?? 100 " Colgates and Brown Windsor Family
250 " Good Turpentine Soap.
\ BEST AND MOST POPULAR BITTERS,
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
?w. -DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
l^n HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
TUTT'S STANDARD PREPARATIONS,.
> TUTT'S SARSAPARILLA and QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS,.
TUTT'S IMPROVED LIQUID HAIR DYE,
TUTT'S COD LIVER OIL,
"r TUTT'S PAIN ALLEVIATOR, . -^
' TUTT'S ESS. JAMAICA GINGER. >
iffjpNWSEff?C?INE? AND v INVALUABLE REMEDIES
/ Srock Ooi^r'-P- aua embracing th part
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AYER'S AGUE CURE,
AYERS CATHARTIC PILLS,
WHITCOMB'S ASTHMA REMEDY,
PHILOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF,
COD LIVER GIL.
TARRANTS SELZER APERIENT,
} DR. TIBBETT'S HAIR REGENERATOR.
HALL'S VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER,
BURNETT'S COCAINE FOR THE HAIR,
i CONSTITUTION AND CONGRESS WATER,
I BENZINE OR STAIN REMOVER, ?c., ?fcc.
FOR COOKING PURPOSES,
EXTRACTS LEMON, ROSE, ALMOND, VANILLA, STRAWBERRY, PIN
SPICES OF EVERY KIND-a largo Stock,
BEST WINES AND Rit ANDI ES Tor the Culinary Department,
And MANY OTHER ARTICLES in daily usc by the good Housewife, all of which r=i
trarfauted to give satisfaction.
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
Whilst in New York the Subscriber pave especial attention to the selection and purchas
prf'attARE and BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION of CHOICE TOILET and FA NC
'J?RTlCLt5S,' which he is confidant must win thc admiration and gratification oflhe Ladie
And'he solicita the Ladies to call and look through his handsome assortment, embracing
TOILET SETS.-beau'iful, h?aurifui, beautiful.
TOILET BOXES-very handsome,
COLD CREAM and CAMPHOR ICE,
LILY WHITE and ROSE CASHMERE,
CARNATION ROUGE, superior,
TOOTH POWDERS and PASTE, all kinds,
Genuine BELL COLOGNE-warranted,
w Luhin's GENUINE EXTRACTS,
NIGHT- COMING CEREUS,
Genuine BEARS OIL. very ton?.
HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, all varieties,
Imported HAIR OIL, of the first quality,
HAIR POMADES, various kinda,
PERFUMED RICE FLOUR,
FANCY TOILET SOAPS, all flavors, Ssc, &c, di-c.
STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY,
? A select lot of PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, very neat and pretty,
Fine FANCY NOTE and LETTER PAPER,
, Ptain NOTE and LETTER PAPER, all grades,
PLAIN and FANCY ENVELOPES,
WRI TING INKS, all colors, and good,
PENS, PENCILS, &c, &c
BEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
My Stock of PURE WINES, BRANDY, WHISKEY, GIN, Ac, is now complete, some
which nrc pronounced tho VERY BEST, hy gentlemen competent to speak on tho Liquor que
lion. And I have marked these Liquors dowu to the lowest figures.
TOBACCO, SEGARS, SNUFF.
In Storo au excellent Stock of tho finest grades CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO,
Several Br.mds FINE SEGARS,
A fino lot Superior SNUFF, ic.
My Orocory Department is supplied with full Stocks in that Hue, embracing
- - 25 Kits Fresh MACKEREL,
5 Bbls. Extra C. SUGAR,
2 Sacks Bost COFFEE, ,
2 Casks Superior II A MB,
RICE, CHEESE, MACCARONI,
Assorted PRESERVES and JELLIES,
. CANDIES of all kind,
15 Boxes Adamantine CANDLES, ?fcc.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
Will be gratified to show my Goods to friends and customers. Ever
article will be lound here that is usually kept in like establishments. Atv Prici
are moderate ti nd uniform. Give " Edgefield Drug #tore" a call before purcht
TH0S. W. CARWILE,
AT SIGN GOLDEN MORTAR.
Oct. 19 im 43
AND ' *
J ; , .... jw .. ." ?'IN - -ti.'. . .*v.. ;?.
fe , AT
No. 229, BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL,
rpHE PUBLIC ARE REQUESTED TO CALL AND SEE MY STOCK OP PALL
and Winter READY MADE CLOTHING lor Men and Boys,
Avery LARGE, CHOICE STOCK of Geci'a FURNISHING GOODS, with tbeassurance
that they will be well treated, and have gooda priced to them at the very lowest prices.
A. T. GRAY.
OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL.
Augusta, Oct. 19 ' 3m_43
AND DEALER IN
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
M 220 Broad Street,
NEWLY OPPOSITE NATIONAL BANK,
HAVING Just returned from Paris with the NEWEST FASHIONS and LATEST
STYLES OF GOODS, I DOW respectfully offer my services to the citizens of Edgpfield
District, and the public generally.
? A?JGUST DORR.
Augusta, Oct. 19 2m 43
JAMES W. TURLEY,
Third House Above Globe Hotel,
Wliol?sale ctnci JFietetil
DEALER IN 3
HIST CLASS B8? GOODS,
BEGS TO RETURN his profound acknowledgements to the citizens of Angosta ac? the
If^?^neralIr, for the very liberal patronage which tho/ liave extended to the lalo firm
0 UKA.\ 5. xi;j?LEY, and to announce that he nw opened _W?A
ENTIRELY in* i^S^?wi^ ACCOUNT AT THE SPAClCfei
Store Room, No. 260f
BROAD STREET, M
THIRD HOUSE ABOVE GLOBE HOT%L,
Where he wi)l be prepared to oiler a COMPLETE STOCK of
FIRST ?LASS DRY GOODS,
The business of the House will bc under his own personal supervision, and the public may
rest assured that they will be JUSTLY DEALT WITH.
I flatter myself that my long experieuce in the DRY GOODS trade an'd
Intimate Acquaintance with thc Wants and Tastes of the People
of Edgcfield District,
Have well fitted me for the task of making seloctions. I have just returned from New
York with au entirely NEW STOCK, which needs to be seen only to be appreciated.
The attention of welding partios is particularly asked to recherche selections specially
m mim nil; SUMS mn SHAWLSJ
The prices will be found CONVINCINGLY LOW and unusually attractive.
JAMES W. TURLEY,
THIRD HOUSE ABOVE THE GLOBE HOTEL.
Augusta, Oct 19 3m 43
W. H. GOODRICH
GEO. E. GOODRICH.
W. H. GOODRICH & SON,
265 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
STOVES, GRATES, TIN WARE
And House Furnishing Goods of all Rinds.
TO WHICH WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC.
THE FAVORITE COOKING STOVE ? HENRY CLAY,"
Is a FIRST CLASS STOVE, cf
LARGE SIZE, with ample oven
Its Fire Back ia very heavy, and
constructed so as not to burn out very
It has also the REVOLVING RES
ERVOIR, which can bo attached or
detached at pleasure.
We have also the ?. COTTON PLANT," QUEEN OF THE SOUTH and PREMIUM
or STEP STOVES, and HEATING STOVES in creat varieties. We would call special
attention to our fine assortment of GRATES.
Prices warranted as low HS any in the market; and pvery Stove fullv warranted.
Mr. E.'E. SCHOFIELD, long and favorably known in tui? iir.e, will be found with usr
and will have charge of thc Mechanical Department.
Our facilities for ROOFING and GUTTERING ARE UNSURPASSED.
Oct 19 ly . 43