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Terms, 83,00 per Annum.
Another Old Citizen Gone.
On Sunday afternoon last Edgefield
lost another of her old, honored, and
"well-known citizens, in the person of
Dr. ABN-EK G. TEAGUE, who died, after
a painful illness, at his homo about three
miles East of the village. Dr. TEAGUE
was a learned and skillful physician,
and personally, a kind, generous and
genial man, possessing virtues that could
readily be called forth when a friendly
hand touched the right heart-string. His
remains were intered with Masonic hon
ors, in our village cemetery, on Tuesday
last. Dr. TEAGUE was aged about fifty
" fiVj? years.
The next annual communication of
the Grand Lodge of South CaroMna will
be held in Charleston, S. C., on Tuesday,
21st November. All members of. the
fraternity, wishing-to attend the Grand
Lodge at this meeting, will only be
charged one fare on the Greenville cfc
Columbia Road, Charlotte, Columbia &
Augusta Road, and on the South Carolina
Road. Therefore, if you are a mason,
you can can now take a trip to Charleston,
and have a pleasant time, with but a
small outlay of money.
Wo were delighted to welcome ioto oar office
on Saturday lost, our constant fi ?end and pat
ron, Mr. Austin Mullarky, of the eminent
Dry-Goods firm of Mullarky <fc Bro., Augusta.
And besides a very pleasant chat, we have to
thank Mr. Mullarky for a batch of Northern
and Irish papers-such as aro novel to us, and
afforded us unwonted pleasure
*' 224 Snits of Clothing Given Away
The chilly winds aro blowing, and men are
in search of warm Clothing. At tbe Monster
Clothing Store of Nathan Simon in Augusta,
they give away Clothing free of charge. Ex
amine Mr. Simon's new advertisement in an
other column, and see it' we are not right.
Throngs of our citizens will visit Augusta
this week to attend thc Fair ; and we would
advise all to drop into Simon'.?, where besides
un Immense and V'jry Choice Stock of Gen
tlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, they
will find our young and popular friend, Mr.
Wm. H. Boulware, of this town, who will be
ever glad to wo'.come them, and do his best tc
More Attractive tha\ the Fair
Grounds or Mis s Effie Johns.
A more attractive place in Augusta
than tho Fair Grounds, is the Superb
Stove and Grate Establishment of W. H.
Goodrich cfc Son. We hopo even' lady
from Edgerield who visits thc Fair this
wee!.- and every man who cares for the
comfort of his wife and children-will
also visit this Famous Depository of In
dispensable Household Goods. As to the
person at Goodrich's who is to prove
more attractive than Miss Effie Johns,
(the actress) it is our handsome and cour
teous young friend, Mr. Wallace Delph.
Of course we mean more attractive to
?ad?es. Who disputes it? "Wc have this
week, an advertisement from this House,
to which wc call special attention.
?Sr Some two months, ago, or longer,
a negro by the name of Harney Balen
tinc, living tomo eight miles below this
place, on the plantation of Mr. J. C.
Swcarengin, felt himself seriously ag
grieved with one Grant Boosly, on ac
count of Grant's suspected intimacy
with Barney's wife ; and thc said Barney
then and thero resented thc indignity
heaped upon him, by shooting Grant
severely in thc shoulder, from the effects
of which wound he had but recently re
covered. But on the night of thc 25th,
Grant, unmindful of tho leaden warning
he had so lately received, again seeks
out Barney's wife, and wooes her to ac
company him to a cotton house near by,
wh: -h she, without proper regard for the
marital rights of her husband, inconti
nently did. Barney however, was soon
on track of thc disturber of his domestic
felicity; and, loading his musket heavi
ly with buck-shot, he hied away to the
cotton-house-and in less than two min
utes Grant was a very dead nitrier. A
jury of inquest was held over Grant's
body, and a verdict rendered in accord
ance with thc ibove facts. On the morn
ing of the 26th, Balcntiuo came prompt
ly forward, gave himself up to thc
Sherill', and is now in jail.
All Ready Now.
That enterprising Druggist and dealer
in tine Liquors and choice family Gro
ceries, Dr. W. A. Sanders, has now in
store his full fall stocks, and proposes to
sell them at thc very lowest figures. Dr.
S., with his long experience ir business,
knows exactly how to please his friends
and customers, and is now ready, with
his pure Drugs, genuine Medicines, su
perb Groceries, A. No 1 Liquors, and de
lightful Cigars and Tobacco, to meet the
wants of all in quest of anything in his
line. Give him a call, and you'll find
him anxious to serve you, and in the
most courteous and satisfactory manner.
See his new advertisement on another
"Miss .15iDnie Wells*''' and ?. Miss J
A troupe of " Lady Min.tre's" is to shake
Edgefield to i's foundation ou Wednesday next,
November S:h. And a Male *'Bru3s Band "
Tba ladies are young, beautiful, and dre.T
with dnzzling .?p?end r. They dance, they
sing, they play play?, they execute ballot..
In fnct there is no end to the beautiful an<'
fascinating things they d->. Seo baud bi?'r.
Two performances in the day, under a ne?
and Lau ?so ice I'av'.lion-one at 2 in thc after
noon, ono at 7 in tho evening. Grand Street
Parade at ll in 'be forenoon. On .Wednesday
next. Bear it in mind.
Now ls the Time.
Now U the time to j u: in thc ground y<.ur
Bulbous Flowering Koot*, ?ueh as Hyacinth!
Tulips, Narci.-.ui, Snow Dbipg. Croea*, &r,
and they wit! blwjni beautifully in thc oar'y
, pring. And in (bis connection we wi.u'.ii
coiomeod to :il! in want of foch Bulb* the
Louse of Mr. 8. II. MARTI*, Murblchcad, Mas^
Ile has on baud a Urge and most select vari
ety of all kind.? of Bulbs*, ?nd fills .i!l order
promptly and jndiei u-ly. Etic'??.?c $5 i?r SH1
to biu. and forth-tith he will furwjrd you n
cboico collection of bulbous roots-and at the
most reasonable prices. Wo b ivo purchased
of Mr. MARTIX and know wkercuf wo write.
Ol vc him a trial.
/PsV" See tho proceedings of the Railroad
meeting at Newberry. Thc Resolutions adopt
ed have an cirncslnos wbicb we admire.
Edgefield will be pleaded to meet Newberry, as
well as the other upper Districts, in the Rail- ,
road Convention in Columbi* next week.
Congressman R. B. Elliott has our
thanks for courteously sending usn copy
of the address of tho colored Convention
(recently assembled in Columbia) to thc
American people. Elliot was Chairman
(ti tli? Committee to prepare this address,
and the pap**, if from his pen, is quite
creditable to him. Whoa we have more
space in our col uni ns wc wity present this
address io our readers.
?gVTjie Chronicled' .VenOnc)', of Wcdnes
?lay, nays: "Wo lean, that on yesterday
evening, ?'" hito hour, a colored woman
Jiving in South toro! i ra, about two miles
from Hamburg, sj/<,t,i!?:] killed, with a
/looble-barrelled ciin, a }};:tts white giri.
*gc* particulars were given, except thu!
the parties were quarreling ?rl/cii thc
?hootingplace. Tiic murderers wa
BiipiHJScd to bc making her way towards
This is Tuesday morning, and tin
weather has become chilly and lowering
Many people on the eve of departure foi
thc great Fair in Augusta, are dismayed
at thc prospect of rain and cold. Almos
everybody, we believe, is going to th?
Fair. Indeed, on Thursday, tho day o
the Tournament and Ball, Edgefield towr
and all tho lower portion of the District
will be deserted. We too are going
" country come to town "-and we shall
sharpen our pencil and jot down man)
entertaining and interesting things.
How much pleasanter Edgefield'woulc1
bo if wo could have a Fair every fall. Il
would make our blood run more swiftly.
As it is, we are emphatically a dull peo
ple. . Even Grant turns up his nose at us
and leaves us with Habeas Corpus privi
leges. In the way of entertainment we
have nothing before us but a woman
show-a troupe of female minstrels.
They aro to bc here next week we be
lieve. Probably they will be right pretty,
and do right pretty.
The Rev. Lucius Bellinger, a Metho
dist clergymen of peculiar gifts and sing
ular style, has been preaching in oui
town lately. His congregations were
large, and he was very much liked. Had
it not been so late in the fall, he would
have doubtless got up a very effective
In tho course of the present month,
the Right Rev. Bishop Davis, of the
Episcopal Church, will probably visit
Edgefield. During his sojourn he will
preach and administer the rite of confir
mation in Trinity Church. Bishop Da
vis is a low-church man and strongly re
probates the new fangled forms and cer
emonies which have been gaining ground
in the Church for some years past. He
has just returned from the great Triential
Convention in Baltimore, where he was
gratified to see a strong stand taken
against these innovations.
Miss Mary Ann Buie, "the Confede
rate Soldiers Friend," has been in our
midst lately. She was in . search of a
suitable site and building for a Prepara
tory School-a school preparatory to thc
great Female University sh eis now found
ing-in conjunction with Genl. D. H Hill
-at Charlotte X. C. She is a woman ol
nerve and metal, and adheres to her lofty
resolution of resisting the blandishments
of men, and living, like Queen Elizabeth,
for the good of her country.
Lawyer Norris (A. J.) has renovated
and adorned his law-office in a beautiful
and praiseworthy style. Clients will now
find thc buildingas attractive as the man.
Next Monday will be a considerable
day among us, for though the Court has
been postponed, it will bc remembered
that much valuable property is to be sold.
And speaking of sale-day and Court,
reminds us that wo have seen our kind
friend, that honored and active lady,
Mrs. Boulware, making attractive pre
parations to entertain all wayfaring men
at tho Saluda House. She knows em
phatically how to make her guests com
Even as we write, many of our citi
zens are driving out of town to follow to
the grave the body of their departed
friend, Dr. AKXER TEAGUE; " In the
midst of life we are in death." To-day
we follow. To-morrow wo may bc fol
FALL TRADE. 1871.
GUNS. GUNS. GUNS.
Double and Single Barrel Guns.
of English, French and German
AT ilLIj PRICES.
Single Guns at $2,"i0, $4,00, $0,00, 88,00,
$12,00 to $20 each. Double Guns
from $7,(10 to $200,00 each.
PISTOLS. PISTOLS, PISTOLS.
Smith & Wesson, Coil's, Allen's. Sharp's,
andall the popular and approved kinds.
AMMUNITION FOU GUNS,
PISTOUS AND Ul F LES.
SPORTSMEN'S GOODS OF
GU EAT VAU I ET IT.
liest Quality and at Lowest rr hex.'
Couutry Merchants and Sportsmen are
invited to call and examine our large and
-.veil selected stock of the above Goods,
which we import direct and buy from
thc manufacturers. Wc guarantee quail
ty equal to, and prices as low as any res
ponsible house in this country.
Orders by mail filled promptly, and
sent by express C. O. D.
P0?LTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.,
200 W. Baltimore Street,
Sept 7 tol'J 37
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
P. ;P. T O A L E,
Manufacturer and Healer,
Xo. 20 Hayne St. and Ilorlbcdcs Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Tc' This is the largest and most com
plete Factory ol' thc kind in tho South
ern States, .und all articles in this linc
.an be furnished by Mr. P. P. TOA LI; at
prices which defy competition.
,/.-?~A pamphlet with full and detailed
list of all sizes of Doors, Sashes and
Blinds, and the prices of each, will bc
sent free and post paid, on application tc
P. P. TOALE,
CAARLESTOX, S. c.
July 26 ly 31
Notice ibo Tax Payers.
rT^NE Books will be open for the Col
JL lection pf Taxes for thc year 1S71 on
he 20th day of November, 1K71, and will
remain open until the loth day of Janna
ry 1S72, after which time the penalty ol
J?) per cent will bc added.
State Tax, seven Mills;-County,|thrc(
Mills, on all taxable property.
T will beat Granitoville from thc 2Gtli
>f November until the 1st of December,
after that time at Edgefield C. II.
JOHN WOOLLY, CT.E. C.
Administrator's Sa ie.
IN Pursuance of an order from the Pro
bate Judge, I will sell at Edgefield
t'ourt House, On thc first Monday in No
vember next, all the Notes, both Sale and
Schedule, belonging to thc Estate of Lew
is May, dee'd.
??l Terms cash.
Adm'r. in right ol' wife.
Oct. 18 St 4:5
To The Public.
THE undersigned respectfully informs
the public of Edgefield, that he has
opened a TIN SHOP at the Post Office,
where he will be found at all times pre
oared to do any work pertaining to this
Particular attention paid to Roofing,
Guttering, Repairing, Ac.
MST"Au work guaranteed.
ALONZO E. KEARSEY.
Oct. 18 lm 43
THE PLANTATION on which Mr.
Josias Lanham resides. Apply on
the premises, or to Dr. S. G. Meriwether,
Woodlawn, S. C.
ALL Notes- and Accounts belonging to
the Estate of E. M.'Penn, deceased,
have bren ?naced in the hands of J. L.
Addison, Esq., for collection. All p?rr
sons indebted will call at once and settle!
All (daims can be paid at 2") Cents in the
Dollar, if pnwl beforosiiifc.
The Notes and Ace Hints that are con
?idpred doubtful will bc sold at Auction,
at Edgefield C. M., on thc first Mondav
in November ?,cst.
I ' Li G. L. PENN, Adin'or.
Oct. io at t?
THE SINGER SEWING
The Singer Still Triumphant!
Incalculable Savin? of
Time, Labor & Money,
BY THE USE OF
Singer's Sewing Machine,
With Tho Following Attachments:
Thc Cor der,-The Tucker,-The Ruffler,
The Quilter,-The Adjustable Binder,
Thc Trimmer,-and Thc Embroiderer.
TO sav nothing of tho bearing oil* ol
all first premiums at Fairs anti Ex
hibitions in past years, the Singer Ma
chine has already this fall, only a few
days back, been awarded tho highest
prize at the Atlanta Fair. And sold du
ring tho yoarlSTO, 127,833 Mwchines,
being 44.G25 over and above that of any
other Company, according to the sworn
The undersigned, Airents for tho sale
of the Sincer Sewing Machine, have lo
cated in Edgeficld for the present, and
herewith invite tho public to rall at their
office, next door to Mr. J. H. Cheatham's
store, where they will be glad to exhibit
their Machines, and instruct persons in
the operation and management of the
They beg leave torefer to tho following
citizens of Edenfield, who have already
bought Machines of them, viz: L. F.
Youmans. Esq., Captain Lewis Jones,
Johnson Bland, Esq., Drury Vaughn,
Esq.. Jas.L. Bow, Esq., Arthur A. Glov
er, Esq., and Mrs. Chase.
MALLARD & BAKER, Agent?.
Oct. 25 1m 44
doods at Still Lower Figures.
JUST Received I Case 3-4 Graniteville
SHIRTING, at 9* cts per yard.
Shoes for (lie Ladies?
2 doz. Ladies' Lace Gaiters at ?2,75
2 doz. " Button " at $2,85
2 doz. " Elastic " atS2,75
J. H. CHEATHAM.
Oct 25 tf 44
0. D. GOODMAN,
(Formerly of Ninety-Six andCroHS Hill,)
BEGS leave to announce to his friend?
throughout Edgetield and Laurens, that
he is now with
McCabe, Costello & Daly,
The prominent Dry Goods Merchants of
Augusta, where he will bo glad at all
times to see and serve them-promising
them advantages not to be surpassed by
any other Dry Goods Establishment in
Augusta, Oct 25 tf 44
AM now receiving one of the largest
FALL AND WL\TSR GOODS
that I have cVor had the pleasure of show
ing since tlie war, among which will be
lound all the newest styles of DRESS
OODS in great variety, such as
ilks. Satin de Chines, Poplins, Empress
elveteens and Bczcquo Cloakings in all
V large variety of Shawls of all colors
Pantaloon Goods of every description.
Cloths and Cassimcres-a largo lot for
Men's and Boys' wear.
Kentucky Cassiniere-a now article.
Sacque Flannels of every color, Plaid
Black Alpaccas of the Buffalo brand, for
Mourning purposes. Those Goods
arc warranted not to change in color.
Sash Ribbons of every color-plain, plaid
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Bed Blankets.
Crib and Cradle Blankets.
Bolting Cloths, all numbers, ol* thc Ilett
In fact, everything to be found in a
first class Dry Goods House. I feel sat
ined that every one who will examine
my stock cannot fail to bc pleased, both
in style, qualin- and price.
These goods were bought willi great
care, for cash, and 1 am determined to
sell as low as the lowest. Will be pleased
to see all my old friends and customers
and thc public generallv.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 18 2m 43
"INSURE AGAINST FIRE P
Incorporated, 1850 !
Capital and Assetls, $191,959,55.
eor^ia Home lnsnrar.ee Com*
II a n y conti n ues to ?usu re property agai nat
loss by lire, at reasonable rates.
Many of our most prominent and pru
dent citizens are insi-ving their Dwell
ings and other property in this Company.
Tho " Georgia Home" is a good and re
liable Company-pavs all losses prompt
ly-and is worthy of the confidence and
patronage ol' tho people of Edgcliold.
Call on thc undersigned and secure a
Policy on your Dwelling and Furniture,
and Merchandize. And remember: De
lavs are dangerous.
D. R. DURISOE, Agent.
Oct 25 3m 44
THE GREATEST LABOR-SAVING
MACHINE YET IKVEHTED.
X HAVE invented, and obtained Let
ters Patent, for a Machine under the
above name, which will be ol'great ser
vice in labor saving, to those who have
Cotton or Peas to pick, without regard to
age or sex, and must therefore present
great inducements to any who may de
sire to make and sell, orto become Agents
for its sale.
pS3r County and State rights for sale.
Address me at Ridire Post Olfice, C. C.
& A. R. R., So. Ca.
Ti. M. ASBILL.
Oct IS tf 43
Proposals will be received by the Build
ing Committee for tho Building of a
Church at Elei, near Pine House Depot,
until Saturday, the 4lh November, at
which time, at the Church, the building
ol' said Church will bc let on thc bid ac
For plan and specifications of the
Church, call on Mr. J. M. Wise, Pine
House Depot. Proposals will also be
placed in his hands until meeting of
L. G. SWKAREKQIN,
T. II. CLARK,
J. M. WISE,
J. D. JOHNSON-,
W W. J KN NJ NOS,
Oct 2.1 2t 44
Buy Your Tickets !
Wc have tho Agency for tho salo of
TICKETS in the Grand Land and i inmi
gration scheme of Messrs. BUTLER, CIIAD
WICM.GARY ?fc Co.
Call early and secure the lucky Ticket ?
The Drawing will positively beheld in
Charleston, on the ?th J uuiarv next.
. M ARK E BT & ?L1SB V.
Oct,U t? i?
HAVING REMOVED| THEIR1 -'; -
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
TO THEIR NEW PREMISES,
Corner of Broad and McIntosh Streets,
(Next Door to the French Store,)
Will take great pleasure in waiting on their Edgefield and Carolina
Friends, who will find A Choice Assortment of .
IPTI1 OF DBF
Which will be disposed of at Prices that Must Satisfy the Most
CHRISTOPHER GRAY & CO. take this opportunity of thanking their
numerous Friends for past favors, ask a continuance of same, .and beg to
assure them that all Orders received will have their prompt and careful
5?*An examination of Goods and Prices respectfully solicited.
CHRISTOPHER GRAY & CO.,
202 and 404 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Oct 18 . , 10t 43
M. LEBESCHULTZ, Acteur
No. 2, Park Row,
AVING returned from New York, begs to inform his Friends and Cus
tomers that he is now receiving a splendid stock of
Ready Made Clothing
Fer Gents, Youths and Children, which will defy competition.in any market
this side the Dixie line.
Afine stock of the celebrated Pembroke SHIRTS and DRAWERS,
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts,.
Cravats, Suspenders. Hosiery of all descriptions,
The best Hand-sewed BOOTS, GAITERS and SHOES. Also Pegged
Shoes of every kind.
A beautiful stock Ladies and Misses' G 'ITERS &n? Calf-Skin SHOES.
Mats, the latest and most handsome styles for Gentlemen and Boys.
Trunks, Valises, Carpet-Bags, Satchels and School Bags,
Hardware and Cutlery of every description. Particular attention
is called to my Burglar Proof Locks.
English imported GUNS, PISTOLS, DERINGERS, &c.
SHOT and CAPS. POWDER in Cans, splendidly put up for hunters.
Cartridges of every calibre. A fine lot of Walking Canes.
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, including the favorite brands
of " Durham" and " You Like lt."
Seg'ars which cannot be surpassed in any market.
JBQrThe Subscriber will be glad to see his Friends and . Acquaintances,
.and assures them that every eiiort will be used to give entire satisfaction.
Edgefield, Oct IS
M. LE BESCHULTZ, Ageiit.
3t? - , 43
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ira? (JAIL A H ER,
190 Broad Street, Angosta,-' Gai
E areplens?d to be able to inform our friends and the public of Edge
field.and surrounding Counties, that our Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
is now complote in every Department, and is by far the largest tluat it has
over been our privilege to oller to our friends and customers.
This splendid Stock having been purchased by one of the firm, who has
had twenty-five years experience in the Dry Goods trade of Augusta, is a
sufficient guarantee that it has been well selected, and will be sohl at prices
that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
All consumers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to give us a call before
P. & M. GALLAHER,
M. 100 Broad Sired, A LG US TA, GA.
Wo will open on Monday, October 10th,
a superior line of DRESS GOODS ol'
French, English, Scotch and Gorman
Manufacture consisting in part Of (?ros a
Grain, Gros de Hinno and Japanese
Irish and French POPLINS, in soliil
and fancy colors,
VELOURS, Satin DoCTIENE, French I
MERINOES and Empress CLOTHS,
Pure MOHAIRS, Black and colored,
ALAPACAS in all colors,
Black BOM BAZINE,
All Wool PLAIDS,
Solid DeL A IX FS, itc.
Also a large assortment of French COR
SETS, nt low prices.
P. Ai SI. GALLAHER,
190 Hrimd street.
If yon want to select a GOOD SUIT
from a splendid Stock ol'Cloths, Cassi-1
In our LINEN Department can bo
found a choice assortment of Bleached,
Drown and Fancy Table Damask.
Also white and lanev Irish Linens.
Damask and Huck 'Towels, Napkins,
Dovlcs and (.'rash.
P. & M. GALLAHER,
1!)0 Broad Street.
"Wc are just in receipt of a large in
voice of White Red and Grey Twilled
and Plain FLANNELS,
Also a large assortment of Opera
FLANNELS in all colors.
Lfldies and Gents UNDER VESTS and
Balmoral, Boulevard it Hoop SKIRTS.
P. & JU. GAI.LAIIEK,
1?0 Broad Street.
Just received a fine assortment of Plain
meres. Sattinets, Kentucky or North j a?d Fancy Sash RIBBONS,
Carolina Jeans, call at tho Store of P.
M. Gallaher and von will be suited.
P. & M. GALLAH KR,
1?K) Broad Street.
Ahvavs on hand a heavy Stock ol" Do
mestics', such as PRINT**, GINGHAMS,
Shirtings, Sheetings, Drilling, Osna
burgs, Plains, Linsey, Denims, Stripes,
Plaids, anti Ltripod Osnaburgs,-which
we aol] ?t Manufacturers prices.
P. & AI. GAbLAIIER,
_190 Broad Street. _
Special inducements oifored in English
andGorman HOSE and HALF HOSE,
Linen, Cambric,Hemmcd-stiched, Bor
dered, mid Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
P. & JU. GALLAHLR,
Also a full line of Trimming and belt
In order to meet the increasing demand
of this branch of our trade, wo have
made arrangements to receive fresh sup
plies ovory week.
* P. ?fe ?H. (?AL .iAHER,
1?I0 Broad Street.
We have now in Store, and will con
tinue to receive weekly, a beautiful line
of SHAWLS, the styles and prices of |
which cannot fe" to suit tho most fastidi
Also, a large lot of line Bed BLAN
KETS and Marseilles QUILTS.
P. & Al. GALLAHER,
* 100 Broad Street.
In a limited advertisement, it is impossible to give an idea of the extent
of our stock. Sufficedt to say that it is expensive, and will be Sold
at thc Lowest Possible Prices.
An examination will convince the most skeptical of the truth of the above
P. & RI. G ?ILL A HER,
1U0 "Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
'8m f 43
. A. RAMSAY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in and Manufacturer, of
FINE FASHIONABLE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
BEOS to inform his friends and customers, and the public generally in Georgia
and South Carolina, that he has in store the largest and most attractive and elegant
FALL AND WINTER READY-MADE CLOTHING
In thc city, manufactured by him in New York expressly for this market, andthat
he will continue to receive by express, every week through the season, the NEW
EST and MOST FASHIONABLE GOODS, selected by his agent in New Yorkeity.
FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is complete in every respect. Linen Bosom Shirts of every grade; Linen Collars
ol' great variety ; Undcr-Shirts and Drawers of American. English, Scotch, Fieneh
and German make; GLOVES, Kid, Buck, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cassimero; Gauntlets
of all kinds; Linen Handkerchiefs of every quality ; Shawls, Blankots, Affghans,
Rugs; full linc of Hats, Fine and Medium; Trunks, Valises, Satchels, ?c,
" GUANACO UMBRELLAS."
T have also connected with the store a FIRST-CLASS TAILORING EST VB
LISHM ENT, with a Pl DST-? 'LASS CUTTER, with an elegant lino of ENGLISH
AND FRENCH CLOTHS AND CASS1MERES, bought ol' thc finest importers in
this country, and will make Custmner's-work at short notice, in the best style of
tlie art and linc workmanship, and at prices to please.
?t'ia almostimpossible lo c;:uinoratc my stock. Please call and examine it, I
-will take great pleasure in showing it
A Full Line of Clotlwig for Beys frem 5 ?o 18 Years.
W. A. RAMSEY,
Opposite National Exchango Bank, and next to Butt, Boyce & Co.
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|T is with'a gratifying pleasure that we announce to our friends and .pat-,
rons-whom we are proud to say number legions, and to whom we are
greatly indebted for the success to which we have attained in Augusta
that,we are, at last, in the NEW ROOMS which we have''been adding te
our present building, and that we have filled them from the FIRjSX to the
FOURTH stories with all the choice and elegant goods of the season, and.
we cordially extend an earnest invitation tp one and all
.To Pay them a Special Visit
And see what has been done for their convenience ?8'well'asl'foil the great
'display of all the ELEGANT GOODS OF THE SEASON.
Never have we had the pleasure of exhibiting s?fine a stock 'of goods,'
commencing from the lowest grades of ..
domestics to the Finest Fabrics Bequired in our Market,
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AIVD AT PRICES NEVER ANY LOWER.
If .we wished to, we would scarcely know where to commence to enumer
ate, as every department is full.
To one of the new features we wish to call! the.esrj?cjal atteatj?ri oj1 the
Ladies; and that is to our K V . 1ft j? . i\?
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SILK, CLOAK, SHAWL, SUIT AND FUR ROOMS.
Td these we haye paid an especial attention in fitting ,up,v and in;: ffihfc]} we.
hope' to see them all,' and we will not object if, they .. bring tb,?-gentleiaen
along, wjth them. Be sure and come.
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
_ AT. FREDERIC KSBURfJ STORE, n ,
v . CORNER BY'THE PLANTERS'HOTEL.'
Augusta1, Ga.? Oct. -25,. | tf 44
PEOPLE OF EDGEFlLD
LOOK) TO YOUR INTEREST !
iT.is.a well known fact that since.the close of the war there has been
more:>'deception practiced in the- manufacture of Shoes,' than in any other
article of real necessity; and that the people have well-nigh lost confidence
in those '- who' sell them. I propose, as far as in me lies, to remedy this
evil, and to proclaim to the
GOOD PEOPLE OF EDGEFI?LD,
And all, who honor me with their patronage, that I will never engage in
such a trifle ; that I will hold myself accountable for the faithful represen
tation of every article sold; and never permit the slightest;infra?tion of the
principles of Honor and Fair Dealing. . . ! j J
Never before has a better class of goods been brought to this market.
They will be sold IO Per '.Cent, lower than at any ..-period since ' the
war. Reclamation will be made in every instance when
BOOTS AND SHOES
Bought of me, do not give ENTIRE SATISFACTION. Shoes cheerfully
EXCHANGED, or MONEY REFUNDED. . ;
. Come_and buy your Shoes, where you have the Positive assurance of
being Honorably and Fairly dealt with. . " . J? 4; '?
No Second Price. No "drummers" employed. Fair dealing or none,
230 Broad.Street, (Centre.of the City,)
?S ; ii . A?GVSTA, GA.
Oct 25 ' - X ? tf 44
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Kavanagh 4 Lynett,
No. 36, Jackson Street, Augusta, Ga.,
(In rear of Globe Hotel, and opposite Schneider's,)
Havl in Store a Large, Perfectly New and Very Fashiona
ble Stock of French and English Cassimeres, Broadcloths'
Vestings, Scarfs, Ties, &c., &c, and will mako .. j
TO ORDER, IN A STYLE UNSURPASSED.
KAGANAGH & LYNCH.
Augusta, Oct 25 . 2m 44 j
CHAS. G. GOODRICH,
271 Broad street, j Augusta, Georgia
MANUFACTURER ANB DEALER ,
HARNESS AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS,
BELTINu-RUBBER AND LEATHER,
LEATHER O IF ALL K I JXT 3D S3
FRENCH li AMERICAN CALF Ai KIP SKINS,
Trunks, Buggy Umbrellas, Whips, &c., &c.
ALL AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. | SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Augusta, Oct 25 . 4ra . 44. ..
OLDEST SHOE HOUSE II? THE ?IT^ ?
Boots, BnoeSi Tr anks.
WHOLESALE AND RETA I? .
THE LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK ,0P- BOOTS AND SHOES
IN AUGUSTA, GA., CAN BE FOUND AT ;
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Alfred C. Force's,
J "258 Broad Street,! Anprasta Ga.
Augusta, .July 26 * 1 Jj :3m31
282 Bro?d Street,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
BRANDIES,' WINES, GINS,
?BITTERS FORTERS, ALES
Of all Grades.
TobaccQ and Segars
Of every Variety.
Oct 18 Ht .48
THE RESIDENCE recently occupied
byO. N. Butlor, near Edgefleld C.
H. A good DweUing House and neces
sary outbuildings. Sixty Acres of Land
Will bo sold low. Terms made known
by application to J. L. Addison, Esq., or
Graham & Butler, Augusta, Ga.
Oct 25 St 44
ONLY try one Gallon of our SAFETY
OIL for burning Lamps, and you
will nevor uso any other. Wo offer $100
reward to any person who can net this'
Oil on Uro. MARKERT & CLISBY.
Sept 20 tf 30
F. A. Brahe & Co.,
206 Broad St.,
Friends and the Public of Edgefleld Dis
trict, that they have just received,- direct
from Europe, ?nd now offer, a large and
magnificent Stock of GOOD8, consisting
Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES, of
the best makers.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Gold CHAINS,
of the latest styles.
DIAMONDS of first water, in Sets, Pins
and Rings. i ?
Superb SETS for Ladies and Misses.
Stone, Cameo, Seal and Plain Gold
Sterling SILVER WARE of the latest
designs. v . .- .
\ Triple PLATED.WARE. ;>.
American and French CLOCKS,
A. : large lot of Imported FANCY
??f WATCHES apd-JEW.EL?RY wiU
be repair od with the-flsual car e.
Pet 18_ , (jm . l; 43.. j
Land to Bent.,
IWILL RENT,.*at Edgefleld C. H., on
Mbnday, the 6th November, to the
highest bidder. *for Cash, the Farm be
longing to the heirs .of D** BtTy Yarbo
rough, dee'd., lying lon tr?e Aikfen Road,
about nine miles from Edgefleld C. H.
f G. M. YARBOROUGH.
N. B.-My Kdnney place is also to rent.
Apply to Capt. T. H. Clark. . ' '
. .' * ?~ G. M. Y.1 ?
Oct. 27 2t 44
Goods for the Fall Trade !
No. 1, Park Row,
Begs toinformhis Friends and Customers that he is now
.'receiving the Best Selected and most Complete Stock of
FALL and, WINTER GOODS he has ever offered in Edge
My 8tock consists in part ns follows :
T Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
'. Domestic STRIPES and Factory YARNS, '
Large lot of French and Ameritan PRINTS.
..Also, full lines.
Ladies' Dress GrooeLs,
In all the latest styles and cheaper than the cheapest.
200 Doz. Coats' White, Black arid Colored THREAD, at 90 cts. per Doz.
A full stock White, Red and Op??a FLANNELS,
Large lot Ladies and Misses' SHAWLS, all colors,
Children's SACKS and HOODS in great variety, ! .
Black and Colored KID GLOVES, a genuine article,
Ladies' and Children's Cloth, Berlin and Lisle Thread GLOVES,
Men's Kid, Dog and Buck GLOVES and GAUNTLETS,
A splendid line Woolen and Cotton HOSIERY.
Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed HATS,
A beautiful selection of WHITE GOODS, in great variety, ;
RIBBONS,-all kinds, and veiy handsome,
A full stock TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, &c.
A fine stock LINSE YS, KERSEYS, SATINETS, CASSIMERES, ?c '
Men's and Boy's HATS, a large lot, both Wool and Felt.
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I haye given this Department my special attention, and offer them much
lower than they have been sold in Edgefield since the war. .
Glass, China and Crockery Ware,
A large and varied assortment, end cheaper than eince the war,
HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
A splendid assortment and very cheap.
TIN, BOLLOMf AND WOOD WABE,
Imported and Domestic Segars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco
Sugar, Coffee, teas, Molasses, Syrup, Cheese,
Maccaroni, Crackers, &c, &c"
All of which will be sold very low.
1000 Bales Cotton Wanted, and will pay the
Cash, and Augusta Prices, Freight, &c, deducted.
0. F. CHEATHAM.
Edgefield, S. C., Oct ll tf 42
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
WYMAN, ??Y & CO.,
Manufacturers I Dealers,
208 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
__ESPECTFULLY invile the attention of all in want of a Vehicle of
any kind to their Large and Varied Assortment, comprising all the LATEST
and MOST DESIRABLE Styles of
CARRIAGES, PRETONS, ROCKAWAYS,
Carry-alls, and Open and Top Bu gr sie*,
Which have been manufactured specially for them by the best makers'in the
country. We also solicit attention to ^
WYM-AJST, MAY & CO'S.
Wolcottville st g;o:o.
FOR PLANTATION PURPOSES. ? y
, These Wagons, .made in Walcottville, Ct., of the Best^ Seasoned Timbar
l and Best Materials throughout, have been used rn the South for the last
fifteen years, and for Light Draft, Great Capacity and Durability, are un
equalled by any Wagon sold in the South.
We are also Agent for the Celebrated
MILLBURN IRON AXLE WAGON,
Manufactured in the Weet, and especially adapted to the Southern country,
and warranted to be the Best and Cheapest Western Wagon sold in any
A Full Stock of HARNESS, SADDLES,
PLANTATION GEAR, TRUNKS, VALISES,
French and American CALF SKINS, SHOE FINDINGS,
SADDLERY HARDWARE, Carriage and Wagon MATERIAL,
Leather and Rubber BELTING,
LEATHER of all Kinds, &c, &c,
Constantly on hand and for sale, at. lowest Cash prices. Orders solicited,
and will receive-prompt and careful attention.
WYMAN; MAY & .CO., .
208 Broad Street, opposite Georgia R. RI Bank, I
Aug 23 . . 6m 35 .
: Oils! Oils! Oils ! ;|
TUST Received a good supply of all
U kinds of Machine OUs, ot tho best .
quality. For sale by . i
^ .G. I>. PENN, Druggist.
Onion Setts ! Onion Setts !
JuST received TWO BBLS. ONION
S?TTS, White, Red and Yelow.". If yritt
wish to produce the largest ?size Onions,-?
this is the proper time to plant 'your.'
Setts. For, sale Py . .*>
. 'G. L. PENN, Druggist.
Oct. ll If 42
To my Edgefield Friends.
Iwould respectfully notify my Edge
field Friends that I have returned to
Augusta, and have engaged with Messrs. ' .
Kean, Landram <fc Co., in tho Dry Goods
business, at the wen known.stand form
erly occupied by^Mcssrs. H. F. Russell
.Kean, Landram & Co. have received rtv .
magnificentStock of Goods, and I will
be most h?ppy. to show .them to all who
will favor us with a call. '
. Very, RespectfuUy,
4 * JAMES M. ANDERSON.
Oct. ll tf 4a