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Our Agents in Charleston.
The Advertising Agency of Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represented
by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only
authorized Agency for this paper in
/Mh-Maj. B. M.Tjabert is our author
ized Agent io receive subscriptions and'
advertisements for the Advertiser.
Uke St. Paul, We Ask to be Excused.
AR St. Paul asked to be excused for
boasting of h& many perils and persecu
tions, so does the Advertiser ask tobe
excused for boasting of its many friends
and patrons. These same Mends and
patrons will do us the justice to say that
we do not often, boast But within a very
few days past-and at such an unwonted
season-We have received so many proofs
of our having warm friends everywhere, ?
North, South, East, West, that we are
laudably filled with pride and pleasure, -
Four new subscriptions from Georgia,
three from Texas, two from Alabama,
one from Mississippi, two from Louisi
ana, six from Ajkep County, two-from
Lexington,' three .from Abbeville, and
twenty-one new ?ame?from Edgefield !
And not only subscriptions and money,
but kind, admiring and indulgent words.
We are profoundly grateful to you,
kind friends-you that dwell by the Rio
Del Norte, and you by the Red, and you
by the Father of Waters, and you by the
Al tam ah a, and you by our own Saluda !
And your smiles and approbation shall
nerve us to greater effort and harder
work. The Advertiser is thirty-seven
years old, and has worthily borne the
heat and burden of more than one weary
day in our country's history. Its future
shall never dishonor.its past !
pat- Several communications on hand
will receive attention next week.
.. jXi "tteli#ma Notice. (] ff (J i I
Tho 3rd Quarterly Conference for the
Edgefield Circuit will ba hal dat Harmo
ny Church, and will include, the 4th
Sunday m. July,'beginning on Thursday
before, at ll A. M. j
The Advertiser for the Campaign.
The AdvextLser will be sent to any ad
dress from 15th July to 15th November,
for only Seventy-Five Gents.
" The Yeas of Jubilee Has" Come."
The Cotton aad Corn crops in Edge
fiold at this time are more promising
than ever heretofore known: Tn fact,
they are all that heart could wish. And
we defy any section of the cotton belt of
tho United States- to show ?ucr crops
than ours. Horace Greeley for Presi
dent, and a Big Cotton Crop! 'Rah for
Edgefield and Edgefield farmers !
Melous, Fruits, Vegetables-Liberal
Hearts and Hands.
Oar much-esteemed young friend,
Miss M. E. Mims, sends ns, from her
home at Johnson's Depot, (a friend told
us the other day that we had gone raving
crazy on the subject of Johnson's Depot !)
a basket of wonderfully beautiful apple's
-quite new-jashioned. Let ns give som e
of the naines, so that persons, fired with
pomol?gica! ambition, may know Wihat
'sort of scions to get. " Gravenstehr**
brilliant scarlet and yellow streaked;
" Elgin Pippin"-large yellowish green f
" Summer"Rose5'-pink andwbite ; V Ar-c
omatic Carolina"-large deep green and
red; "Colls Quince"-light green. Our
young friend, who is cunning at the pi
ano, is getting up a Concert for tho bene
fit of old Dry Creek . Church. We are
going to assist her in it ; and when we
go down to rehearse, we: shall take up
our permanent abode in an Elgin'Pippin
faye-way up in the top. And shall not.
move, except to roost for anight in Capt.
Clint. Ward's grape vines.
And our friend, Mrs. Alfred. Hughes,
sends us the finest peaches we have seen
And that watermelon autocrat^ Mr.
Sam. Marsh, whom in our school days
we regarded as the author and giver of
all' human joy, sends us such absolutely
magnificent melons-in size and flavor
as prove that his prestige is as bright as
ever. When the history of Edgefield is
written, one chapter should certainly be
headed " The Marsh Watermelons."
And Mr. D. 0. Hughes, of the Marsh
neighborhood, sends us not only kingly
watermelons, -but also potatoes, beans
and beets-all fitted to make the horti
cultural world clap its han tis in applause.
Auditor for Aiken County.
Jas. F. Harlin g, Esq., Chairman Coun
ty Commissioners for Edgefield, and
Trial Justice for Hamburg, has been ap-'
pointed by Gov. Scott Auditor for Aiken
County. If he makes no better Auditor
for AUten County than he does as Com
missioner for Edgefield County, bis np.
pointment, so far as. the. public interest
is concerned, will be " worth nothing,
and hardly that"
We Fledge the Anderson Intelligen
We pledge it high ! . Ii has entered
upon its eighth volume. And it is strong,
and senatblt); and vigorous, and good,
and trae.<to the -very core. James Hoyt,
send us a bottle of champagne rmpiedt-'
Thc Columbia Union gets off the
following good thing on ice Greeley men :
GRADATION.-The progress of the Dem
ocratic party "toward Greelev Is thus cal
andered: January, the old idiot Greeley ;
February, tnt-eccentric Greeley; March,
CI d Horace Greeley ; April, Horace Gree
ley ; $fMy, Mr. Horace Greeley; June,
M.mest L'ncle Horace; Joly, the candi
date of ufe Democratic party.
Important to Pratt Distiller*.
We are - informed .by the Assessor of
Internal Revenue of this district, C. H.
Baldwin, Esq., ?hat according to recent
enactments'and regulations, the follow
ing requirements and changes in tho law
relating to fruit distillers are now in
That part of the new internal revenue
act relating to fruit-distillers, tokeseffect
August 1st, 1K7-- It -abolishes tfie special
tax or license of $50 per annum, and
provides that the fees for ganging; shall
be paid by the United States. It a'tyo
raises the tax on tue brandy distilled
from 50 to 75 cents par gallon. These are
the only changes-in all other respects
the requirements of the old law will con
tinue in farce, and they are substantially
as ?b?ow s :
The distiller must give written notice
to the assistant assessor, register with,
him his stills and give bend. The penal
sum of this bond will on all small distil-,
leries be about $500. In addition he must
keep a book; the form of which-is pre
scribed by the Commissioner of Internal
Revenue, and from this book make
mohthly returns to the assistant assessor.
His distillery must also be surveyed,
but this will be done st tho expense-of
the United States. The tax of 70* cents
per gallon is paid by stamps which the
distill?t; purchases from the collector.
These stamps must be affixed to the bar
rels containing the brandy, (and can cell- J
ed) before it can be sold or removed from
Parties intending to distill should; give
notice at once, so as io give time for the*
arranging of all preliminary papers.
Oolw tbia Union.
jar- General Gideon J. Pillow, of Ten
nessee, who-ha? a claim for mules taken
by the Union army while he was serving
iii tho rebel army, is among the latest
A SAD DEATH.-Gen.JW:sK. Eadey, of'
Greenville, South Carolina, died at the
Kimball House, in this city, yesterday, at
3 o'clock p. m.
He arrived here on Monday last, and
was taken 'suddenly ill. His case baffled
the skill of his physicians, who gave him
all the attention that was required. Nor
was he wanting in the attention of friends,
who sat by his bedside and ministered tb
his wants ; and when -life departed, his
.personal friends here-many of*-whom*
-were Carolifaiahs-rand the noble firaterni-..
ty of Free Masons, honor?d him in the
funeral cortege which followed his remains
to the train, which wili bear the same
back to his loved State.
Gen. Easley was a . noble sonk of a no
ble State-true to himself, his friends and
his coan try. In his last moments he ex
emplified his life by submitting- to the
will of .his Maker without a murmur of.
complaint. The only regret he expressed
was not having his dear children with
him. to bid them adieu. .
Mr. Sage, of the Air-Line Railroad, of
which Gen. Easley was a Director, went'
with his remains to South Carolina,
Atlanta Sun, 12th.
.- M. ?"???...>.:. ?7
The Bolting Democrats.
A correspondait. of .ihe New Y?rk
World gives the following account of the
meeting of the bolting Democrats :
The anti-Greeley Democrat8 ?r bolters
met to-day in beggarly numbers in. the
vast hall of the Maryland Institute, in
response to a cal] signed by Joseph E.
Flanders and John Van Allen, of New
York. When the time fixed for themeet
ing arrived there were just ten supporters
of the movement, a dozen newspaper gen
tlemen, and as many more spectators.pres
ent.v The spectators probably increased
to a hundred before the meeting adjourn
ed. It was m striking contrast to the
Breckenridge and Lape Convention, which
bolted from the Democratic Convention of
Charleston twelve'years ago and organiz
ed, afterwards in.Jhis_,yery hall. Mr.
Flanders, who s?ema to be the prime mov
er in tm's bolt, called the meeting to or
der, briefly stated its purposes, but de
clared that its main, dbj?ctwas to inau
gurate an opposition ot all Democrats who
were opposed tp^^portm^
of a Repubhca? Cpnyentiqn .forChe. Presi
dency. If 'fbej'-O ohventi?ii r w^ch 1 meeta
to-morrow airaifrated fh?'C megara tick
et then truevD^olrrats of the land ought
to meet in c^fi^ri^^a^V^rmnate a
straight-out ticket '. ' .. . ; ' ;':' .
He declared th?r-4r?'-2&mo'crat could
vote for Greeley with his record of - thirty
.fi ve years. Mr. Stokes, of South C arolina,
followed in a similar strain, as did Mr.
Sherwood, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. Lead
ley, of somewhere else. Colonel Blanton
Duncan, of what is known as the Blanton
Duncan..democracy of Kentncky^ alsp,
turned up &png the ojumber. ^A^fterX?re?-''
leyVTerotoHiatfbetti very bitterljritaaiV
ed. and a circular distributed to the meet
ing giving an epitome of the reasons why
he should not be nominated, a committee
was appointed to open a book for the reg
istration of a|V Democrats who would not
abide by the ' nornraat??tt bf Greeley and
Brown." Up ' > this evening soma twenty,
names-had-been signed, but include no
one ^.prominence, and it is agreed^ that
I the bolt cannot develop into anything of
importance. It is in all respects a fizzle.
Gov. Vance on the Stump.
Governor Yanco addressed a large aa
' sembly at Wilson, N. C. H? foo? &rong
grounds for Greeley. He^ojiefl theres
Would be unanimity at Baltimore, and
was sure North Carolina would give
Greeley and Brown a Urge majority, if j
endorsed there by the D?mocrate, and il
lustrated his position by a humorous sto
ry of an bid preacher into whose --hymn
i book some bad boy bad pasted the old
Old Grimes is dead ;
Thai good old mao-, . *
We ne'er shall see him more.
On opening his book one day before a
sermon Iiis eyes fell on this hymn. He
read the verse and stopped with surprise.
He wiped his. specs and read it again,
and said, " Brethren, I have been sing
ing out of tills book for 40 years ; I have
never recognized this as a hymn before,
but it's here, and I ain't agwine back on
my book now, so please raise the tnne,
and we'll sing it through if it kills us."
"Now," said the Governor, "we have
been snaging Democratic hymns for 40.'
years down here, and we have never re
cognized Greeley as a Democrat before,
bul if the Baltimore Convention puts
him in our hymn-book we'll sing him
through if it killstus." This was receiv
ed with prolonged applause.
Mr. T. C. C. Featherston, of An
derson, denies that he Ls in accord with
the Grant and Wilson movement As
between Greeley and Grant he chooses
the former, and will vote for the best
Republicans for State offices if there is
no Democratic or Beform ticket.
fST Congressman Clark, of Texas, is
to be post-master at Galveston, at a sala
ry of four thousand dollars a year, by
appointment of the President. But lit
tle more than a month since, Clark was
unanimously expelled from. his seat in
the House, on a unanimous vote of a com
mittee that he held it by the grossest
fraud. This is what Grant understands
by Civil Service Reform.
px- The Hon. B. Gratz Brown, of j
Missouri, the Democratic candidate for
vice-President, was in New York on
Tuesday. Governor Brown declares his
intention of speaking and taking an ac
tive part in the campaign. The situation
he regards as most e<> uraging, and thc
work of organization in the West as very
complete. He stated that great misap
prehension existed in the East concern
ing the attitude of the. Germans. The
masses, he declared, wore united in sup
port of the Cincinnati ticket, the defec
tion being confined to a* great extent to
ROBT. BU I ST'S
l?ew Crop Turnip Seed ?
T ^if\ LBS. of di titrent varieties,
JL\J\J just received and ibr.aa?e at
A. A. CLISBY'S DRUG STORE,
t July 10, tf 29
. Turnip Seed \
JUST -.rrceived a large snpplv TUR
NIP SEED, grown hy R. BUIST,
.IK., comprising the following varieties :
Red or Purple Top, .
Early White Flat Dutch,
Large White Globe,
Yellow Globe, ?
Purple Top Yellow Ruta Baga.
G. L. PENN.
July 9, 1872. tf 20
'. -' .SX'P?n?KTEr?jraT's O?^cn?^l'^.
Cotut?ii?^ C;; June 8th, ?&2... J
?: - -ON and ??' San?v:
'Jone 9tl?, th? following
eduhr will-; Tt?ir r u'S
... . . - . &Q
??l?fO SO?TH. . ' r >... jj
.' Train No. 1. Train No,2. j
Leav? Charlotte:..0:00 A. M. 8}2#P" M*
Lest** Columbia..l:54 P. M. 3:40>JL.^
Arrive Augusta.i.?:45 P. M. 8:20 A.T?.
?'ojS? NORTH. . r
.'.' Train No. I^ Train^c>2.
Leave Augusta... A.. M; 5:50 P. M.
Leave Columbia 12:34 A. M. 11:02 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte. 7:42 P; M. 6:00 A. M.
Standard time ten minutes slower than
Washington City time, and nine minutes
fester than Augusta City Time.
No. 1 Train.daily. No. 2 Train daily,
Sundays excepted^ ; Both trains make
close connection to nil points North,
South and West
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Gen. Sup.
E. R. DORSEY, Freight*Ticket Agent
ADARK RED COW, with long horns,
and sway back, and her Bull Calf,
clay colored-, about 6 months old. The
Cow came from the Ninety-Six neigh
borhood. LKBOY F. YOUMANSL
Edgefield, & <?. Juno24, tf 27
THE Undersigned having establiahad his office at Edgefield, as General
Agent -for the Cotton States Life Insurance Companyr,
invi?^? j?xtention to Vue' or two of the a^vaiftage? offered those who may"
desire ko-effect insurance on their lives in a safe Home Company :
The Board of Managers at a recent meeting passed unanimously the fol
lowing Resolution :
;' ^?Resolved, That in view of the fact that there are unusually large soma;
paid for Life Insurance, to the Companies of tine North and East, which
sums,'being there invested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections,
whilst our own South is greatly in nee i of cash capital to prosecute success
fully our Agricultural, and Mechanical enterprizes ; it is ordered, that for,
the'pMrr>os? of retaining these* sums in our'miflst, hereafter a certain pro-'
portion of the net cash re?eiptsfrom premiums, amounting to*noi more than
70 per cent. o?.the same.be invested m such manner, as may J>e. in,accoi,d
ance with the r?gulations of the Companjr, in tfcore sections ?rom which the
said premiums.are attained."
??igned). WM. B. JOHNSON, Prea't. '
GEORGE a. O'BEAB, Sec'ry.
; lu accordance with the above Resolution a Board of Advisory Trustees
has been regularly organized at Edgefield C. H.,"S. O., with the; following
Officers, viz : * . '
?Maj. W. T. GARY, President.
Capt. B. C. B?YAN, Vice President. ' .
R. 0. SAMS, Esq., Secretary. .
. This Board is now prepared to transact business, and invest the funds of
the Company agre?able to the prescribed regulations.
The Financial strength, of the Company places it in high rink. Its last
Annual Statement shows that the Company possess, besides Its large Guar
antee, $170 for every $100 of its liability. . 9
Bf. W. ABNEY, General Agent.
Juno.a^ i ki : .J _ tf_27
m mm ii*?r*wp^w"
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs,
) VINDOW GLASS,
PUT-TY, PAINT BRUSHES, SASH TQOXS4
STAT I -O I? E JR Y,
T@9I.ET ' ARTICLES, PEinJMEIYj . :
siPERiOR mm m UWORS OF EVERY ?EADE,
Hst Sotaettt Begui, 4e.?
Edgefield, 8. C.
Begs leave to call the attention of his Friends
and the Public to his Large Stoek of Goods, Which is
now complete in all Departments.
Persons visiting Edgefield to purchase Medicines or
Drugs of any description, will do well to call and ex
amine my Goods, and particularly my Prices. I
am confident of giving Entire Satisfaction, and will
make it to the interest of every one honoring me with
Thanking my Friends for their liberal patronage and
past favors! I hope to merit a continuance of the
A. A. OLISBY.
Prescriptions Compounded at all hours with the
May 2Q, tf 23
Ladies of. Edgefield!
LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS!
We will on next Monday morning, from IMPORTERS' AUCTION
ONE CASE fine JAPANESE CLQffH, Checked and Striped, at 15 cts.,
regular price 25 cts.
ONE CASE STRIPED GRENADINE at 15 cte.
?ONE CASE Satin Striped GRENADINES, Black and White Grounds,
various color Stripes at 20 cts., regular price 35 cts.
ONE CASE MOZAMBIQUE; LENOES, AC, in mixed Striped and
Checked, at 17 and 20 cts., regular price 30 cts.
ONE CASE SILK BROCADED,JAPANESE POPLINS, at 25 cts.; sold
all round at 50 cts.
THREE- CASES purest makes and newest in DOLLY VARDEN
PRINTS, at 12*-cts.
GREAT BARGAINS in PIQUES, NAINSOOKS, LAWNS, SWISS,
Ac, Ac, iq Stemed, Checked, and'PJa?n/ .
Real Darna Lace POINTS, in Black and White, much below regular
OCT WHOLESALE ROOMS up Stairs, to which we would invite our
friends in the Trade.
SAMPLES cheerfully sent, if requefited, and orders promptly filled.
I McCABE, COSTELLO & DALY,
958 Broad Street, between Glob? and" CeiltraPHotels,
. tf 17
ROM this date the most exhilarating
Arctic SOD.A WALTER, with avariedlcpl
lectlpn ot Supefyty1 SYRUPS, can be
fouddj?t att hope*; at P?NN^ Maiiid
Fountain. J ?? S ? ?
Ladies, ra Ve^8??et?ilem?n;Vlll
find the Soda Water dispensed at this
Fountain, clftrmingly delightful, sprigbt
ly and refreshing.
Mayl, tf 19
lew York Office, 27 BEEKM?J? 8?,
Bed Rust-Proof Oats!
FROM 500 to SOO Bushels for sale
by the Subscriber. Post Office ad
dress, Phoenix, Abbeville Co., 8. C
Janell Ia Si
TO SPORTBM?M !
Shepherds, Pointai, Betten, Retricv
SNewfoundland. St Bernard,, Fox
Deer-Hounds, G r e y h o u n d 3,
, Premium Choler White Jttafcv ..
Thoro?gh-Bred Berkshire ?lojrs.
. Fancy Poultry and Eggs.
C. I. CALVERT,
SST- All orders left with Mr. JOHN H.
FAIR, Edgefield, S. C., will receive
Nov: 22 ; ly 48
IWILL pay the highest market price
for WOOL delivered at my store,
washed or un washed. Also Sheep Skins.
W. H. BRUN80N.
April 16, tf 17
New Style Lamp Chimneys.
OA D?z? mot Glass Fire Prooi
?i\J LAMP .CHIMNEYS-an excel
lent article-just received and for sale by
A. A. CLISBY. Druggist.
May 22_?J> 22
J UST Received, ?0?T8?-.COTTON, all
Numbers. . .k
CORSETS, all sties and prices.
J. ?L CHEATHAM.
JulyS IC 28
Bargain Counters !
Gents and Boya STRAW HATS, latest styles, from/10 eta. to $1,00.
Beautiful Felt and Wool HATS froft 50 cts. to $3,50, worth from $1,00
SHOES! SHOES!-My Stock of Shoes is thorough, and will be sold
at correspondingly low figures.
CLOTHING! CLOTHING!-These Goods, with the balance of my?
Stock, (for the reason that I hav'nt space to specify the prices,) will- be
placed on my Bargain Counters, where I intend offering still greater Bar*
These are not old Goods. -All faesh and new from New York this Spring,
and I don't intend they shall grow old on my shelves. Seeing is believing.
I Call and see.
These Goods will only be sold at the above prices for Cash. ' 1
J.H. CHEATHA.??. '
June 27 . tf 27
Bagging and Iron Ties !
WE BEG TO OFFER OUR EDGEFIELD FRIENDS
.. . '. . '
200 Rolls .Bengal Bagging,
500 Bales Wallis Ties.
?F*Order? solicited,? and Satisfaction Guarantied.
. T. W. CARWILE & ?O.
Augusta; Ga., June 26 . 4m 27
ALL CLASSES OF GOODS. ,. ...
$10,000 Worth of Goods to be Sold at a
Sacrifice, as my Stock is too Large for the
Great Inducements are Especially offered in
Ladies' Bonnets, Trimmed and Untrimmed,
And Dress Goods,
Shoes Lower than they can toe Bought else
My Salesmen are gentlemen brought up to the business.
Every article I sell is guarantied as represented.
I keep* nothing but first Class Goods. Have but One Price, and that is
So come to see me, and you shall not be disappointed.
0. P. OHEATHAM.
May 22 _'_tf _22
EVERY ARTICLE THOROUGHLY EXAM
INED, AND MANY NSW GOODS ADDED.
IVo. 3, Park Row, Ed?efleld, S. ?.,
HAVING REMOVED to IVo. 3, Part ROW, and also added a long
list of Gooda to my Stock pf Choice1 DRUGS,, MEDICINES, TOILET AR
TICLES, FAMILY GROCERIES, Ac., I solicit a continuance of'the gene
rous patronage so liberally bestowed upon' me on the other side of the town,
with the promise on my part that every artiole offered shall be of the PU
REST QUALITY, and at the LOWEST FIGURES. '
AU I ask is, t^give me a call, and see 'for yourselves. It 'is no trouble,
but a pleasure tosnow my goods. My stock embraces, in part :
500 Lbs. WHITE LEAD,
One Barrel each of LINSEED OIL and VARNISH, .'
50 Gallons Spts. TURPENTINE,
- 75 Lb?. Spanish BROWN and. Venetian .RED,
' 10 Boxes WINDOW GLASS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY,
75 Gallons MACHINE OIL,
25 " TRAIN OIL,
9 Doz. GLASS LAMPS, all styles,
35 ? LAMP CHIMNEYS, ^
100 Lbs. each SODA, SALTS, SULPHUR, COPPERAS,
800 Lbs. Family andToilet SOAPS,
If you want the Best Kerosene Oil, at 50. cents' by the single
gallon, and 45 cents by the five gallons, you can g t it afc.
G.' L. PENI.'S DRUG-STORE.
latent medicines andrln valuable Remedies,
liegeman's Elixir CALASAYA BARK,
Bradfield'* FEMALE REGULATOR,
Dr. Simmons' LIVER MEDICINE,
Aver*? HAIR VIGOR,
" CHERRY PECTORAL,
" AGUE CURE,
? CATHARTIC PILLS,
Allen's LUNG BALSAM,
Cook's WINE OF TAR for Coughs, Colds,
A full Stock of all kind of BITTERS,
For Cooking Purposes.
Whitcomb's ASTHMA REMEDY
Radwav/s PILLS and READY RELIEF,
MUSTANG LINIMENT, '
" COD LIVER OIL,
Tarrant'a SELTZER APERIENT,
Hall's HAIR RESTORER,
Burnet's COCOAIN for the Hair,
BUR KALLISTON for the Complexion,
EXTRACT LEMON, ROSE, ORANGE, VANILL'A, PINE APPLE,
A full line of BAKING POWDERS, and SPICES of all kinds.
Toilet Articles for the Ladies.
iPEHSTiSr'S BOQUET COLOQUE.
POWDER BOXES, very handsome,
CAMPHOR IC Eft VINEGAR ROUGES,
TOOTH POWDERS and PASTE,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE,
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, '
PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR OIL,
PREMIUM BEARS OIL;
HAIR POMADES, TOILETTOWDERS
TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, Ac., ?c.
HAMS, Clear R. SIDES, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGARS, MOLAS
SES, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, CHEESE, MACCARONI, and all Goods
kept in a first class stock, which will be sold low for Cash. ,
Tobacco and Cigars. . *
Always on hami a supply of Choice TOBACCO and CIGARS.
I?* Prescriptions carefully Compounded d?y or night.
G. E. FENN.
June 12 tf .25
AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE SECOND YEAR we .offer our
thanks for the cordial and gratifying marks of encouragement and approval
which our first year's business has received. It was conceived and started
under the conviction that there was ample room in Augusta fot a FIRST
CLASS MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, and such a house
would receive the hearty endorsement of all who are wide awake to their
own interest. We found they were prompt to welcome the appearance of
such a house, devoted entirely to the business. We have earnestly labored
to meet their expectation, and we cordially state, aa flattering aa were our
hopes in the outset, success has, in all respects, far exceeded our expectation.
Also, on hand, a full line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Thanking you for past favors, we'hope you will continue to favor UB.with
Yours,, moat respectfully,
WHITMAN it BENSON,
399 Broad Street, Opposite Masonic Hall,
Augusta, Ga., April 17 3m 17
A W0S?! A WORD! ~
Times are . Hard, and Goods must be
Sold: Low to meet the wants of
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF DRUGS. &C,
f H-AVE the pleasure of informing' the public and my patrons that mv.
Btook in every Department is fuft of First Class and Genuine Goods,-and I
h a v= this day reduced all articles to the lowest possible rates.
Tlie Public are cordially invited to visit my Store, and judge -for them
selves of my Stock,of Bru?*, Heilicin?s, Chemicals. Paint?.
Oil?, Varnish, Glass, Fancy Articles, Toilets, Cologfeeg,
Extracts, Brashes, Comb's, Soaps. &c.-And especially to
judge of my Prices.
A full line of Groceries always on hand, such as
Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Syrup, Molasses, ,
Sardines, Crackers, Jellies, Canned Fruits, "
Maccaroni, Cheese, *
Flour, Meal, Grits, Bacton,
And all otfier articles usually kept in a first-class Grocery House.
And now, as for
Brandy, Whisky, Gin, lum, Wine, Ale, Porter, &c.,
I believe I have the inside track, and think that lovers of good liquors will
New on hand a ehoice'lot of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, and su
perb CIGARS of ail kinds.
W. A. SANDERS.
Bear in mind that to be sick is a costly thing. Therefore, get Pure and
Genuine Medicines, at reduced prices, and keep well.
When you are sick, send to Sanders' Drug Store for your Medicines.
|. PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECEIPTS carefully compounded by
Dr. Sanders' In person, at moderate cost.
Tn? Ladies are invited to call and examine my stock of Hair Brushes,,
?Combs^ Pomades, Colognes, Extracte, Soaps, and many other articles of j
1 household value.
1 . . W. A. SANDERS.
At Sanders' Drug Store will be found EVERY ARTICLE sold by any
other Drug House, and a great many articles not sold by any one else. All
at reducea prices.
Pnre, Bright and Beautiful, 50 cents per gallon. Five Or'more gallons, 40
cents. . . '
April S. tf 15 W. A. SANDERS.
Worth of the Best
ETER OFFERED ITV Al GI ST A,
For Sale 01 Credit I
TO THE FIRST' NOVEMBER NEXT ON C?TY ACCEPTANCE
>o trashy or Worthless feoods Sold iii ?nr Estab
JAMES A. GHAT to CO.,
' 104 and 106 Broad St., Augusta, Ga?
' June 3 tf 24
NEW GOOD Bl
SAMS & MILL.
Spring and Summer Dry Goods!
CLOTHING, ?~F?LL SUPPLY.
Aft Excellent and Well Assorted Stock of
Boots and Shoes.
A Complete Stock Always on Hand.
We keep a General Assortment. So call for what you-will-You are
sure to find it at
SAMS Sc HILL.
April 17 tf 17
T. W. CAR WILE & CO.,
297 Broad St, Augusta, Ga.,
PREPARING FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE, to meet
the wants of friends and customers in th? way of Plantation and
Family Supplies, are daily making heavy additions to their already
large Stock, to which they invite attention. Our Stock comprises in part :
BACON, LARD, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, RICE, MACKEREL, SALT,
FLOUR, MEAL, CORN,
BUTTER, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH;
WHIStn-?S, BRANDIES, WINES, ALE,' PORTER,
TOBACCO,. SEGARS, Ac, .
And in fact' EVERYTffINQ usually 'found in First Class Grocery
. \ . .
We are also Agents for the sale of Wm. Massey & Co's. Celebrated Ph?a
Will be glad at all times to see our Edgejie.ld friends, and will sell the
Best Grade of Goods at the Lowest Market Prices.
Mar 13 tf 12
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WM. D. DAVIDSON, JOSEPH BUMMEL,
Foro\erlv of Firm Davidson A Ransom | Formerly of firm of W. C. Hewitt & Co.
DAVIDSON & BRUMMEL,
We. 083 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,,
(R)rmerry W. C. Hewitt & Co.,) '
RECTIFIERS, IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS *
Foreign I ?estic Liquors,
MAMES, WISES, GL\, PORTER, ALE, fe,
Aa? Moteo M? Begftfcs of Every Yaziety.
HAVING purchased the Still, and other fixtures lately operated by the
firm of W. C. HEWITT & CO., we take pleasure in announcing to our
friends and the publio generally that we will contirine the
Rectifying and Wholesale Liquor Business,
In all its branohes, at the old Stand, No. 282 Broad Street, and hope, by
fair dealing, close attention to business, and LOW PRICES, to merit a
share of the public patronage.
Mr. BRUMMELL having .had'an experience of forty years in the Rec
tifying and Liquor BSwinesB, we hope to fully maintain in the future his
past repntet?oA for selling- the PUREST AND CHEAPEST LIQUORS in
Orders respectfully solicited, and all goods guaranteed aa represented.
DAVIDSON Sc BRUMMEL.
Augusta, May 8 Sm 20
Are continually receiving
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS
New Furniture !
Comprising all the
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
Parler, Chamber, Dining Room
FROM THE HIGHEST GRADE
TO THE LOWEST.
And consiste of every article of FURNI
TURE required to furnish a House or
Office complete. *
Call and examine at our Ware-Rooms.
Always oh hand, at the lowest prices,
Beautiful Caskets and Casts,
Of our own manufacture.
, 212 and 214 Broad Street,
. AUGUSTA, GA.
July2 ? ly 28
JOHNSTON'S DEPOT, S/C.,
(Charlotte, Columbia <fc Augusta K. B.)
HAS ir* Store a General Stock of wen
8PBI?9 DEI ?0098,
Embracing full Unes of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ?fcc, dec
With a full and. varied .assortment ef
. Family Groceries.
All of* which will be sold low for Cash
AT A UGVSTA PRICES.
Cottonand Country Produce taken in
exchange for Goode.
Apr 24 , Sm . . 16
. Card ! .
A. POULLAKT. WM. B. DAVISON.
wm & mimi
Broad St,? opposite GloboHotel, '
Augusta, Ga. '
Q^lt?? HfE$&fe ?4?.Paters' '
ALL KINDS OF CHOICE GR?GE
RIES at tue Lowest: Cash Price. -
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOIUUSSES, '.
SALT, BAGGING, TIEfi'r,
BEGAUS, TOBACCO, <tc,, 4o" .
Foll Stocks always on hand,
June 8 jtn24
HOWARD & SON:
MACHINISTS k ENGINEERS
STEAM AND WATER POWERS,
ABE prepared lo nut up and start
Steam Engines or Water Wheels, either
Turbine or Overshot, and for any pur
pose whatever. Repairs and general
overhauling of Steam Engines and Boil
ers done promptly and on moderato
Pumps and Pumping Engines for
supplying water for household and field
use ordered and put up to suit any lo
cality, and guarantied.
Cotton Gins Sharpened and Repaired
at short notice at your Gin House. The
Senior Partner will ad ve his entire at
tention to Gin Repairing and Gin Ma
chinery generally for tho nex't two
months, while the Junior will attend to
anv other jobs in our line.
Orders are respectfully solicited. Par
ties needing our services will please ad
dress the Senior at GVaniteville, or the
Junior at Augnsta, Ga.
Any orders left at the Advertiser office
or with Mr. Jas. E. Cook, G rangeville,
will receive prompt attention.
Our terras are moderate, and wc ask a
A. E. M. HOWARD,
GraniteviUo, S. C.,
ANDREW IX. HOWARD,
. Augusta, Ga.
June 1? 1m 26
State of South Carolina,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Wm. Gear ty,
Eliza Gearty\ Patrick ^reclosure.
Moore, et al. J
BY virtue of an Order from, the Hon.
S. W. Melton, Circuit Judge, I will
Sroceed to sell at Edgelield C. H., on
nle-dav in August next, a certain LOT
OF LAND in the lown of Hamburg, in
the said Cqnnty and State, with the build
ings thereon, and all its appurtenances,
known in the plan of the, said Town of
Hamburg as Lot Number' one hundred
and sixty, fronting on Covington Street
and running back one hundred and nine
ty and one-half feet to an alloy, bounded
on the North by lot Number one hun
dred and sixty one, upon tho following
ternis, to wit T
The costs and one-third the purchaso
money to be paid in cash, tho balance of
tho purchase money on a credit until tho
first day.of January, A. D. 187:$, with in
terest t'umi day of 'sale. T?hc purchaser
to give bond and a mortgage of the prom
ises to secure the credit portion of the
purchase money. Titles and Stamps ox
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
July 10, 4t 20
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD. COUNTY. . .
COXJRTOF COMMON PLEAS.
Piedmont* Arlington Life .1
Insurance Company, f Fore- ?
vs. I closure.
A. W. Atkinson. J
Y virtne of an Order from the Hon, '
_ S. W. Melton, Circuit Judge, I will
proceed to ?ell, at Edge?eld C. HL, on
Sale-da* in August next, all THAT
TRACTor PARCEL OF LAND, situate,
lying, and being imBeach Island, in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
Five Hundred and twenty-three (528)
Acres, moro or less, with the following
m ?tes and bounds: Bounded on the North
by lands of Thos, W. Whatley ; East hy
lands of James Hankinson and of the
Estate of David Westbrook; Soitth bf
lands of the Estate of John Sturzeneg
gor and Samuel Clark; and Wi?t by.
lands of .Samuel Clark and Thoa. w.
whatley, upon the following terms, to
wit: The costs'and one-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, ti e bal
ance of the purchase money on a credit
of twelve months, with interest from day
of sale. The purchaser to give bond and
mortgage ot the premises to secure the
credit portion of the purchase n.oney.
Titles and Stamps extra,
JOHN H. MCDEVITT, S. R. C.
July 10, 4t SS
Asupply of ICE constantly on hand
and for sale at reduced ratear ty
A. A. CLISBY.
May 22 tf fi
Gin RepAiiiBg I
(XTE are now ready to Overhanl and
TT Repair all kinds of Cotton Gin?
it short notice, and at reasonable nies.
W. GASTON <fc SON.
Ridge Spring, 8. C., June 12 4i Sf ,
FROM this date I will practice' Medi
cine exclusively for Oath.
T. H. PATTB30N. .
Jim 17 _6m 4
Mgjbtning Fly Killel*.
KILLS by the million, and aim ont in
stantly. Give lt a trial. For sa le by
A. A. CLISBY, Druggist
Ma 22 tf 22.