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Terms, 8?yOO per Annum.
Our Agents in Charleston.
Tho Advertising Agency of Messrs.
Walker, Evans A Cogswell, represented
by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the.only
authorized Agency for this paper in
??r Mai. B; M. Talbert ie-bnr author
ized Agent io receive subscriptions and
advertisements for tho Advertiser.
Edgefield Safe .as Regards Apothecaries
Our young friend, Mr. Willie Penn,
has lately roturned from Columbia, width
er he went to be examined by thc Medi
cal Faculty of the State University* as
Druggist,'Pharmaceutist and Apotheca
ry. According to a late law of our State,
a Diploma and License, from some duly
authorize*! Medical Board, are necessary
to the carrying on of the Drug and Pre
scription business. This is a good law.
And wc are informed that the examina
tions are close, critical and exacting. Mr.
Penn, as all hereabouts know, hasgrown
up in this business, and actually lived
into it. Of course he returned with his
License a:id Diploma.
A Grand Nev." Establishment in Au
An Establishment backed by wealth.
probity and experience. Messrs. E. F.
Gallaher and Wm. Mulherin, both well*
known to Edgefield people as among Au
gusta's worthiest business men, have
lately opened a First-class Boot, Shoe,
Trunk, Hat and Clothing Store. And
immediately their Establishment has ta
ken its place in thc front rank. They
honor the Advertiser this week with an
announcement of their Copartnership and
Establishment, Wc hope all Edgefield
will'read it: And we hope Edgefield will
.send th,em such a rally this fidl and win
ter as will cause them to set her down as
their very best friend.
Weighs and Samples the Staple.
Our former townsman, Capt. Ras.
Minis, r?owWith CA. Rowland, Cotton
Factor, Augusta, addresses a few words
to his friends this week. Let none over
look his card.
Graham & Butler on thc Cotton Q,ues
v fi>> ixx .? . tion. .
See what they say. It is nothing very
new to bc sure ; but it -is well thc public
should be reminded of such faithful and
reliable business men.
- Gracefully Remembered.
Onr esteemed* friend, Mr. E. Reese,
formerly a co-partner in thc Advertiser.
now a model farmer in our immediate
vi??uity, remembered the old rojy>.<t very
g?Befully a few days bark-sent them a
basket of superb, grapes and penches,
which, caused them to forget for a time
all the troubles and trials of this wicked
Xo Commission for Selling Cotton."
So says our friend, Lark G Sweareu
gin, Tiow.ono ol" thc most prominent mer
chants of Granitevillo. Thc public in
general, and cotton planters in particular,
will do well u? consult Mr. Swcarengin's
now card in another column.
Granitev??e Tremendous "i? Bagglnc
Granitevillo seems to be t nc htige de
pot of Cotton Bagging and Iron Tie-.
Thc advertisement of Mr. .las. E. Cook,
in our issue of this week, should claim
tho ove bf all 'who have cotton to ?wk
Pine House Growing Heavy on il:c
Mr. J. Munroe Wis.1, oftiicPinc House,
announces to-day that he will sell
kihds of Bagging and Tics at Augusto
quotations. Read his card, and go for
Re-opcning ol' thc Male Academy.
On the (irs; Monday in September, Dr.
It. T. Minis will rc open the Male Acad
emy. His plans and prices will bo found
in another column. During Dr. M's. first
.session he was not upheld as hischarac
tci- and attainments deserve, lie un
-ttoiibtedly need-; nothing but sufficient
patronage-and general interest in thc
matter-to build up a lirst class school.
Rentr?e of .Hiss Pobcy.
Miss D?bey will make ber rentr?e in
thc Edgeiield Female Institute1, on the
first Monday in September; and wc be
speak for this talented and energetic
young lady a large and liberal patronage.
Roth as teacher and disciplinarian, her
equal would bc hard to find. With much
pleasure we call attention to her new an
jioubccmenl in another column.
Thc Edgefield Delegates to Columbia
On to-morrow (eve write on Tuesday,)
?assembles, in Columbia, thc State Nomi
nating Convention of the- Radical party.
And also a Congressional Nominating
Convention, ami a Convention to nomi
nate candidates lor Solicitor in the differ
ent Judicial Districts; These Conven
tions, we suppose,, are all to bc separate
and distinct At all events a separate
and distinct set of delegates is appointed
?roroi Edgefield to each one. Truly, Cot
lumb;a will be, during thc present week,
avery Pandemonium of Radical nm bi
tion, villaqy and degradation. . !
And on Saturday last, a few of thc
colored people of Edgetieid District were
drummed together by the local Radico]
leaders.; for tito purpose of nominating
delegates to thc aforesaid Conventions.
The individuals chosen, for the nomina
tion of State officers, are David Graham,
David Harri:-.. Parts Simians and Archie
Weldon, color;':!, 'md J. If. McDcvitt,
Legions of ambitious negroes and
few whivs (in Edgefield there are pre
.clous few whited of this .spi t !', panted
tumultuously for a place in the picture,
but Etlgcficld's qnota being limited to
five for each Convention, of course thc
aspirations of the oijwliffi perished ii
th e dus* ' v
Congressman Eiiiott was again present
overset icgand controlling, ?ve presume
tu? hoieihations. And au inrrK?rtari"
s . 'Xi ii !i f !.. ? V: :!i'-al t'lte/'iaic. . lost
t.'JV proceedings of the day. A's??'!,
u:: '.' '''lu u metftid startv'ng-in op?, H
" . ?a??? ii tensity. It seems that during
ti-o dS???^ >n*"" "l Conven?ion t>.t
iiA?l? ol .-V-'e colorc.l mai: (Coin, we be
lieve i had b'ORU objected to, on thc plea
thai tho white p<M>'e wcre friendly to
him. And upon ?4lis b??? tito Co?gtess
,.ian spake. Well ai?! wisely.' Foran
hour or moro ho poured i.'-to ti)'-' gaping
esr* of tho osscriiWed negroes;, strong,
truthful, solemn and eloquent fctrnings
against the sin, folly, and political blind
ness of elierisbing hate to thc white race,*
orliearlceriing.to the advice of any who
would so teach Hiern. ''Drawing theltne
tightly/' (a petphn'tse wiih the blacks
UVght them by ignqront and unprinci
pled wfi?te demagogues) henssured (Lcm.
would" only be preparing the way for
their bein-/ wiped oui of existence in the
South. HO -'ave the hegrooB thc sound
est advice wc have beard them giveu by
any Republican since* their (mancipa
tion; Mid also'denounced unmeasured
terms certain of their white lt >ders here
abouts7(Phil Eichelberger in par^U-u'ar)
in a manner delightful to listen to. \Y !.:*'.
cver Elliott has been, is now, or may bc
in tho future, the people of Edgefield
certainly owe him respect for his spewfh
to the negroes on Saturday hc-t.
And if the negroes do not heed him,
-then they are fools, blind and foredoomed.
The Entertainment at Johnston's Depot.
On Thursday evening last, as before
announced, the Musical and' Dramatic
Entertainment for the benefit of Drv
Crock Church, came off at Johnston's
Pc.poi, before the largest crowd, we dare
say. ever assembled there. And still thc
crowd was only half as large as it would
have been, had the weather Veen bright
j and fair. But, alas ! the weather was
anything else. It was. execrable, it was
pitiless ! A regularchilly fall afternoon,
with a leaden sky and drenching , rain.
And still tlte people of the vicinity would
come out. But the large and gay dele
gations that were expected from the
Court-House, the Ridge, and other sec
tions, could not put in an appearance;
they were relentlessly water-bound. -
Under these circumstances, tho man
agers looked blue and melancholy, and
everybody concerned had thc dreary
feeling of having taken a great deal of
trouble and worked hard for nothing.
But not so. Carriages and buggies rolled
in from 3 until 7 P. M ; and when the
curtain arose, the Hall was found thor
oughly filled-and with an audience
amiable, expectant, and willing to be
pleased. And pleased they were ! The
programmo was varied and beautiful;
a good deal too long, however, it must be
confessed. Tho stage was a real little
.jem. Whoever set out and orniimentcd
this stage was a man or woman,of infin
ite taste. And as to the performers, mu
sical and dramatic, their name was legion,
mostly bright and happy young people
with hearts full of love and joy.
And now of course we cannot derribe
the performance at any great length. But
still we would like to mention certain
salient points. For instanco there wore
our fair and gifted ptfpils of former days,
Mrs. John C. and Miss M. E. M., the first
with her clear, strong soprano voice as
good and 'true as ever, aod the latter
proving herself one of thc most accom
plished and experienced piano and organ
players in this part of the world.
And then Miss Sallie M., a beautiful
girl, who, in every Charade, evinced a
dramatic talent truly surprising-taking
any manner of character, and doing all
And our old friend, Milledge B. W., '
who, in playing first tho young lover and
then tho French teacher,' clearly p?ovcd
that in becoming a country farmer, he
iiad entirely mistaken his,calling. Mil
ledge was born for thc stage as the sparks
tly upwards. ?
And so was that handsome,- comiv"
young H. And at his age it would pay
him to take to it. .
And then little Eugene Cannon, a veri
table infant prodigy, endowed with a
gift of oratory so natural as to set al! art
.it d?fiance. A beautiful little boy only
six wars old, son of Mr. Robert Cannon
of thc Mt. Tabor neighborhood, who re
cites and speaks in a manner so admira
ble as to defy description. Whenever
we shall have another amateur .Enter
tainment in our town, by ail means let us
endeavor to secure the presence and per
formance of tliis graceful and gifted child
And, last but not least, there was that
handsome and jolly dog. ia term of en
dearment! We an- very fond of him)
' from Augusta, Pierce P. C., with bis
?cod voice and thoroughly musical na
?IIrc. Ile sang and acted (and"danced; a
??lig in Dutch-English jargon, that *.'
nsitivcly enough to kill any hotly willi'
the fainest sense of humor. Wc confi
dently expect to die without ever seeing
anything more amusing or better done
thim rids. Pierce can take our.hat every
And we wish we could tell -more about
this bright and pleasant occasion, bul
riiue and space both admonish us to hold
np. We will not dose, however, with
out assuring our lair friends, Mrs. J. C.
and Miss M. E. M., at whose request we
went to lend our mite of assistance, that
should the pecuniary result of this En
tertainment not prove satisfactory-on
account of the unpropitious weather
wc stand ready :it any .moment to join
with them again, and work for old Dry
Creek until we triumph overall opposing
The Public-Well iii Bad Condition.
Wc have been requested to call the at
tention of tho Town Authorities to the
fact that the public well is in bad con
dition. Thc waler is impure. Thc well
needs cleaning out.
And remember, Messrs. Councilmen,
that such business as this ought not to
be postponed a single day.
Thc South Carolina Rebel Boy. .
The purest, most beautiful, most ab
sorbing book for young people, that wc
have read in many a day, is " Fitz Hugh
St. Clair, the South Carolina Rebel Boy,"
a tale of the late war, by that refined and
elevated Southern authoress, Mrs. Sallie
F. Chapin. This work bas Ween present
ed us by Mr. Baron Holmes, of tho cele
brated "Holmes Book I?buse" Charles
ton ; and wo are sure wc owe our friend
;i thousand thanks for Such a generous
literary treat. " Fitz Hugh St. Clair"
ought to bc read by every boy and girl
in South Carolina; and every parent
should at once make a present of it to
his childran. And even externally, it is
a beautiful gilt-being exquisitely bound
in green and gold. A Dollar and a Half
enclosed to tho "Holmes Book House,**
Charleston, will bring .you one of.the
lovelies! mu? most valuable books now
known loihjs reading public. The young
person who does pot; soon read "Fitz
lilith St Clair," will bp culpably behind
KADV'AI. FUAUDS IN NORTH CAROLI
NA*! -The cvidencoof frat ids'by the Radi
alis in North CarolinaClcct'.ou is piling
These c?imticH over voted their regis
tered number: Bladen, 46; Cumberland,
021; Duplin,?2j Franklin,765; Halifax,
?52 Lenoir; UBS; Northampton, 1S4: Robe
son, 171 :* Sampson, 14~>.
Thus in nine counties we scefraudu
: ol votes to the amount of over 8,000
enough to g?v'o thc Democratic candidate
? ?.A' majority by 2,000.
A C?:A*XCE I'ORST'MNKU.-Thc Charles
ton ?tiPX wishes that Sumner could b
persuaded io " lake the stmnp" for Gree
ley -ii lin.- low-'-uuntry of South Carolina,
vtfby? Only because, if ho did not eur
ho negroes, theit?groes would ?'ure lum.
^ _^?>^ ^ _
. . The Hon. A. S. Wallace, has been
renominated for a seat in Congress; by
ho fourth District Congressional Nomi
nating Convention of the Republican
party, which mot at .Columbia on the
??8i They get np Ku-Klux to order
out in Arkansas, Ono portion of the
Loya* l eaguers dress up in fancy apparel
?ind >hboi biunk cartridges at thc other.
X Kn-Kl'ix hull,-rr.niK?o is raised, the
black militia are ordered out, and tho
Radicals Infve H good timo.
/..r A negro preacher at a Georgia
camp meeting told his hearers that they,
oulil never c(.:"r Heaven with whisky
bottles in their poekcis, and urged them
io " bring 'cm right up to tilt, pulpit, and
! and he would offer 'cm a sacrifice to do
i Lord.'* The consequence was that the
good shepherd was in the evening so
overcome by tb<> spjrit as to be unable to
jzrir Tiic house of Mr. H. B. Spradley.
at Marengo Mills, Kershaw County, with
[ts contends, was destroyed by tiro on
Sunday night last. Mr. Spradley lost
all his furniture, clothing, etc., and is
itow seeking thc assistance of the chari
table, </) rud in furnishinghfs family with
necessaries ios present relief. No insu
Undersigned having established his office - nt Edge fi eld, as General
Ageut for the Co??on Stales IA?e Insurance Cojn?>aBy,
invites atienten to one or t\\o ol' tfie advantages ?fierecl those"who-?aay
desire to effect insurance on their lives in a safe |Heme Company :
The Board of Managers ata recent meeting passed unanimonsly the fol
lowirg Resolution :
" Resolved, That in view of thc fac? that there are unusually large sums
paid for Life-Insurance, to the Companies of the North and East,, which
sums, being there invested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections,
whilst our own South is greatly in need of cash capital to piosecute succ?s
fully our Agricultural and Mechanical enterprises; it is ordered, that .for.
thc purpose of retaining these sums in our midst, hereafter a certain pro-'
portion of the net cash receipts from premiums, amounting to not more ihan
70 per cent, pf the same be invested in such manner a? may- ,b?e.f ju accord
ance with the regulations of the Company, in those sections from winch the
said premiums are attained." ' L- ? .
(Signed) ' . ' WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
GEORGE S. O'BEAR, Sec'ry. , '
In accordance with the above Resolution a 'Board of Advisory Trustees
has been regularly organized at Edgefield C. H., S. C.,. with the following
Officers, viz : . ....<.?-.'.."
Maj. W. T. GARY, President. i . . . :
Capt. B. C.- BRYAN, Vice President. . : - .
R. 0. SAMS, Esq., Secr?tary.
This Board is now prepared to transact business, and invest the funds of
the Company agreeable to the prescribed regulations. '
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last
Annual Statement shows tb at the Company" possess, besides "its largo Guar
antee, $170 for every $100 of its liability. ' ' 4
ill. W. AB?ttEY, General Agent.
June 21, . . tf 27
A. A. CLISB?
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs;
PUTTY, PAINT BRUSHES. SASH TOOLS,
S.T ATI? W ER Y,
. mm "MTiiii, ??J??WJ
SUPERIOR WOES AV<i LIQUORS OF EVERY GRAM,
Tl?e Tobacco, Segais, &e.,
Edgefield, S. C.
Begs leave to fv.ll the attention of his Friends
and inc Public io ins Largo Fioek ol 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
Thank ng my Friends for their liberal patronage and
past favors, I hope to merit a continuance of thc
A. A. CLISBY.
Prescr?p?Gfis fompoiiiMiirt at al! hours with til?
May 29, tf gg
Ladies of Edgefield !
LOOK AT THE FOLLOVaNG ITEMS ! *
We will on next Monday morning, from. IMPORTERS' AUCTION
ONE CASE fine JAPANESE CLOTH, Checked and Striped, at 15 cts.,
regular price 25 ct.?.
ONE CASE STRIPED GRENADINE at 15 cts.
ONE CASE Satin Striped GRENADINES, Black and White Grounds,
various color Stripes at- 20 cts., regular price 35 cts.
ONE CASE MOZAMBIQUE, LENOJ-S, &c, in mixed Striped and
Checked, at 17 and 20 ct.-:., regular price 30 c's.
ONE CASE SILK BROCADED JAPANESE POPLINS, at 25 cfs,; sold
all round at 50 cts.
THREE CA SES4 purest makes and newest, in HOLLY VARDEN
PRINTS,' at 12? cts.
GREAT BARGAINS' in' PfQ.UEs^ NAINSOOKS, LAWNS, SWISS,
tte, &c, in Striped, Chocked, ai d P ain.
.Real Llama Lace POINTS, in Black and White, much below, regular
(&~ WHOLESALE P.OOMS np Stain?; to which we would invite our
friends i' the Trade. -
33fP S IMPLES Cheerf'dly sent, if requested, andK>rder?-T?rQHri;Dtly filled.
MCCABE, CQSTEBL? '& DALY,
288 Broad Street, befu>..n Globe and Central Hotels,
" M?y29. ATJCilf:STA, GA.lU
M ?m i. "J?* -.."ir, Trjicsawgr3ituaaB.,'?xtcgtaeg2rxrva macaw- -Mi - -?
? WI ? TO SPORTSMEN!
v. vet J. V_L
?-WM. B. DAVISON.
mm & DAVISON,
Broad St., opposite Globe Hotel,
OFFER to Merchants nnd Planters
ALL KINDS OF CHOICE GROCE
RIES nt tlie Lowest Cash Price.
COFFEE, SUGAR; MOLASSES^
SALT, BAGGING, TIES
WHISKEY, WINES, ! .
SEGARS, TOBACCO, ?e.j &c.,
Full Stocks always on band.
June 3 3ni24
-.hepherds, Pointers, Setters, Retriev
ers, Newfoundland- St, Bernard. Fox
. and D?er-Hounds, Greyhojnndis,
' Blood-Hounds. Ratters, Coach-Dogs,
Premium Chester White Hops.
Thorough-Bred Berkshire Hogs.
Fancy Poultry and Eggs.
Address '-. ;
C. I. CALVERT,
2?&- All orders left with Mr. JOHN n.
FAIR, Edgefield, ,S. - C., wi.ll rcceivo
prompt attention/ '*
Nov. 22 ly 48
Lightning Fly Killer.
KILLS by the million, and almost in
stantly. Give it a trial. For salo by
A. A. CLISBY, Druggist.
3?O Brsbcls Prime White CORN,\
2?O " BRAN,
Just; received by ,
SAMS & HILL.
July 17 tf 30
IWI LL pay /tho highest .market price
for WOOL'dellvfcred at my store,
washed or uiiwashed. Also Sheep Skins.
W. H. BRUNSON.
A prj 116, . ?_tf 17
flew Style Lamp Chimneys*
?\f\ DOZ. Flint Glass Fire Prool
AK) LAMP C HIM N E YS-an excel
lent article-.just received and for'.aale by
A. A. CLISBY. Pr?fst.
Mnv2'2 _ 22
JUST Received, COATS' COTTON, all
.ROLL CAMBRIC, .
j CORSETS, all slrfes and prices.
J. H. CHEATHAM.
JulyS tf 28 I
- "3*> " -, a irr t% ii al mian
Gents and Boys STRAW* HATS, latest styles, from.10 cts.. to$1,?0. ;
Beautiful Felt and Wool HATH from 50 cts. to $3.50, . w-rll. from,?1.00
;to$5',00. .'.""' ' .5 ii.
SHOES! SHOES !-My Stock of Shoes i ?horongh, and will bc sold
at correspondingly low figures.*
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !-These Goods, , with tho balance of my
Stock, (for the reason that Ihavnt space to specify the price.?,) 'will be
placed on my Bargain Counters, where I intend ofiering still greater Bar
gains. 1. ,
These arc not old Goods. AH' f? ?sh and new.from New York, this Spring,
jand ? don't intend they shall grow old on my shelves. Seeing is believing.
'Call and see. r ......
These Goods will only be sold ut-the above prices for Cash."
J. H. CHJBATHAilf.
June27 / ,? .... . v. ,. ? ? ' gj* ' 27'
$10,000 Worth of Goods to be Sold at ?
Sacrifice, as my Stock is too Large for the
Great Inducements are Especially offered iii'
Ladies' Bonners, Trinlmed-and Untrimmed,
And Dress Goods;
Shoes Lc\wer than they can be Bought else
My Salesmen are gentlemen brought up to the business.'
Evwy article ? sed is guarantied as represented. .
I keep nothing nut first'Class Goods.' Have but One PricS, and that is
the bottom. . [. ^
Ho come to see me, and you shall not be disappointed.
. O.F. CHEATHAM
May 2?;. ,'."'. tf 22
EVE J?. Y UffO?,E THOROUGHLY EXAM
?k?Z'D/'? -vY> nm 'KEW GOOPS ADDED.
. L. PENN,
.No. 3, Parii Row, Ecrg&ield, S. C.,
i VING REMOVE!? to tin. 3. Park Kow. and also added along
list of Goods m my Stock ol Choice' DRUGS. MEDICINES, TOILET AR
TICLES, FAMILY j GROCERIES.- dca, I solicit a continuance of the ger.e:
rou.s patronage so Iroerally befstowen Upon mc on 'he other side of the town,
with the promise '-n mv part that cverv article offered shall be of the PU
RE* T QUALITY, and ar. tho LOWEST FIGURES.
Ail I ask is, lo give me a call, and sec for yourselves. It is ho trouble,
but a pleasure to show my goods. My stock embraces, in part:-'
500 Lbs. WHITE LEAD,
One Barrel each ol' LINSEED OIL and VARNISH,
50 Gallons Spts. T?RPENTINE,
75 Lbs.'Spanish BROWN and Venetian RED, '
10 Boxes WINDOW GLASS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY,
75 Gallons MACHINE OIL,
25 " TRAIN OIL,
.9 Doz. GL?1-S CAMPS, all styles,
35 " LAMP CHIMNEYS,
. 100 Lbs. each SODA, .-ALTS, -ULPHUR, COPPERAS,
SOO Lb's. Familv and Toilet S0APJ3, . .
If you want the BBesI K*CJ?V>se?C Oil, at . ce;.ls hy the singh
gallon, and -!5 cents by thc live gtIloii?? you can t; i J at
G. L. PE.S DRUG ST?Ri?.
Patent Medicines and friralEiabfc B&eniedies.
Herman's Elixir CAL?SAYA BARK, Whitcomb's ASTHMA REMEDY
Bradfield*-* FEMALE REGULATOR, PHILOTOKEN,
Dr. Sinmions' Liv ER. MEDICINE, Raiiwavs PILLS and T? EA DY RELIEF,
Aver'? HAIR VIGOR, . MUSTANG LINIMENT,
'"" C HER R Y- PECTORAL, " . COD LIVER OIL.
" SARSAPARILLA, . . Tammi's SELTZER APERIENT.
' .'' AGUE CURE, I Rail's HAIR RESTORER,
" CATHARTIC PILLS, | Barry's TR IC O PHEROUS,
Allen's LUNGi BALSAM. I Burnct's COCOAIN* t'ortheHair.
Dook's WINE (JP TA I: rori lou rhs. Colds, I BUR KALLISTON for tho Complexion,
A full Stock ol ali kind of Bil ! Kh\ j CONGRESS WATER.
.Foi* Cooking 'Purposes.
EXTRACT LEMON, ROSE 'ORANGE, VANILLA, PINE APPLE,
A full line of BAKING POWDERS, and SPICE - of all.kinds.
' Toilet Articles tor thc Ladies.
PENDSPS BOQUET COLOGNE.
POWDER BOXES, vevv handsome," I PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR Ol L.
CAMPHOR ICE ? VINEGAR ROUGES, PREMIUM BEARS OIL,
TOOTH POWDERS" :\nd PASTE, . ! HAN?KERDHIEF EXTRACTS,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE, HAIR POMADES, TOILET POWDERS
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, . | TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, &c, ?fcc.
HAMS. Clear R SIDES, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGARS, MOLAS
SES, SYRUPS, TEACOFFEE. CHEESE, MAOCARON?, and all Goods
kept in a first chus stock, which will be sold low for C-sh.
Always on hau?!
Toft?fc&Q and Cigars.
!| ply ol Choice TOBACCO and CIGARS.
BS^Prescriptions' car?folly ' ompounded day pr night.
June 12 ' * . - ' tf . .''25
Simnions & Clough Organ Co.'s
GRAM) COMBINATION .
Fitted with Hie Newly invented
Scribner's Patent ?ualifying Tubes
AnMhvention having a most important Roar
ing on the future reputation of "Reed Instru
ments, by means ol' which thc quantity or
Volume of lone is very largely increased, and
tho quality of tone rendered . .
Equal to that of the
Best Pipe Organs of thc
OuY celebrated "Vox Celesto," "Louis
Putout," "Vox Humana," "Wileox .Patent"
Octave Coupler, thc charming "Cello" or
" Clarionet" Stops,'and
? ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can he obtained only in theso Organs.
Manufacture*! at Nos. 15, 17 & 19 Miami Street,
Thirty Aw different Stylos for tho Parlor and tho Church.
' Now and Elegant Designs,
Thc best .Material and Workmanship. ?
Quality and Voluble of Tone Unequalled.
PItlCES, $50 to $.700 I
(Established in 1850.) 2 ?3-AGENTS WANTED IN. EVERY COUNTY.
Address SIM&OKS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
Apr ?tl . . 10m18 ?
Groocls at Half Price I
Jl Heavy Reduction on thc Wliole Stock.
THE CASU TA?S?/Flft opencrl'last w??fc as An experiment meeting
with belter success than ?hticjpat?'l have boen extentkiil, and will be addec^
to from time tn lime. Ii you tmfc't a prime article at'Hall* Price, call early.
MY WHOLE STOCK r$fll be sold' from this date at GREATLY RE
DUCED PRICE'S. ' 1 ? ' .. .
W. H. BRTJNSON.
June 27 . tf r ?Ti
Times are Hard, and Goods must be
Sold Low to meei the wants-of
the People !
GREAT REDUCTio??rpTHE PR?CE OF DRUGS, M,
HAVE the pleasure of informing the -public and my patrons that my
fctouk in every Department is lull of First Class and Genuine Goods,-and I
have this day reduced all articles to the lowest possible rates.
The Public are cordially in\?ite,d to visit my Store, and judge for them
,judge ol' my Prices
A full line of Groceries.'always on hand, such ;is . \
Coffee, ?Sugar, Tea, "Syrup, Molasses, . ' ?
S?rdin?sj Crackers, Jellies, Canned Fruits,
Flour, Meal,. Grits, Bacon,
And all-other articles-usually kept in a first-class Grocery House.
And now, as for
Brandy, Whisky, Otu, Rum, Wine, Ale, Portel', &c.,
I believe I have thc inside track, and think that lovers of gooi"! liquors will
Now o.h hand a choice lot of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, and su
perb CIGARS of all kinds.
'. W. A. SANDERS.
Bear in mind that to be sick is a costly thing. Therefore, get Pure arid
Genuine Medicines, at reduced prices, and keep well.
When vou are sick, send .to Sanders' Drug Store for your Medicines.
PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECEIPTS carefully compounded by
Dr. Sanders in person, at moderate cost. .
The Ladies are invited to call and examine my stock of Hair Brushes,
Combs, Pomades, Colognes, Extracts, Soaps, and many other articles of
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 reduced prices. ' .
Pure, Bright ?vid Beautiful, 00 cents por galion. . -Five or moro gallons, 40
April 3. tf 13 . W. A. SANDERS.
Worth, of - the Best
AL n cl C h e a pest .
EVES OFFERED IN AUGUSTA,
JOT ot%l% ?S . w?all !
TO THE FIRST NOVEMBER NEXT ON CITY ACCEPTANCE
r*o Trashy ol' Worthier Goods Solis our Esian
JAMES A G-RAY ?.CO"
194 and 196 Broad St., Augusta, Gs*.
.TuneS . . tf. 24
m Iff f1"/i'?l ?????1 <?T f1?l
.' ; - -AND- . . *
an * * ' ILS? ? - . j
207 Ifroml St.,! Augusta, fia., . %
PREPARING FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE-: to moot
the wants of friends and customers in th'o way of. ?Pla?a?at?oai :?23fiS
Family Supplies, are daily making heavy additions to i heir already
largo Stock, to which thqy invite attention. Our Stock comprises in part :
BACON, LARD, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, RICE, ..MACKEREL, SALT,
FLOUR, MEAL, CORN,
BUTTER, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH,
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, ALE, PORTER,
TOBACCO. SEG?RS, ?ic.. ' . %
Anet in fact EVERYTHING usually found in First Class Grocery
We are also Agent's for the sale of Wm. "Massey & Co's. Celebrated Phila
lelpliia ALES. % . \
' Will be glad at all times to see our Edgefield friends, and will sell the
Best Grade of Goods at the Lowest Market Prices.
Mar .13 'If 12
WM; D. DAVIDSJON, JOSEPH BUMMEL,
Formerly of Firm Davidson & Ransom | Formerly of Cnn ofW. C. Hewitt tV Co.
'.. . '/IDSON ? BRUMMEL,
* No. 28? Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
(Formerly W. G. Hewitt'& Co.,)
RECTIFIERS, IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
BRANDIES, WISES, GD., PORTER, ALE, &c,
Aad Tobacco and Segars of Every Yarieiy.
_ \VING purchased tho Still, and other fixluros lately operated by the
firm ol' W. C. HEWITT & CO., we ?uko pleasure in announcing to bur
friends and the public generally that we will continue tho
Rectifying and Wholesale Liquor Business,
In all its branches, at tho old S and, No. C$2 Broad Street, and hope, by
fair dealing, close attention to business, and LOW PRICES, to merit a
snare of the public patronage
Mr. BRUMMELL having had an experience c! forty years in-the'Rcc
tifving and Liquor Business, we hopettoafelly nihintain iu the future his
past reputation for selling the PUREST-AN j) CHEAPEST LIQUORS in
the market. 1 . .
Orders respectfully solicited, and all goods guaranteed as represented.
DAVIDSON & BRUMMEL. L
. Augusta, May 8 . 3?? 20
A Perilous Season,
Glorious and delightful as thc Summer^,
weather fe, its tropical heat is a severe
trial to thc vital powers. Even the strong
est are sometimes prostrated-by its effects.
The common phraso applied to this con
dition ol' Hie bodv is u general debility."
Now, general debility arises from, and
includes a variety ol' ailments. Tho
liver is more or leis' affected, the bowels
arc either constipated or too much re
laxed, the stomach but half performs tho'
work of digestion, thc appetite is poor,
and the spirits depressed. This is what
is called general debilitv. Tt is agenerat
disarrangement of all the physical func
tions, and requires as a remedy a meiU-.
cine that will regulate then! all. Hos
tetter's .Stomach hitters fe speeiaUv'
adapted to this purpose. Its general /
oration Ls not coulined to a single orpin;
If the liver is all'ectcd, it restores its tonis .
.If the stomach is torpid, it regenerates
it. .If the nerves are tremulous ami
weak, it braces and mhiorces th rou If
the mind, which ever sympathizes v, ?th
the body, is gloomy and despondent, it
relieves' the uifiicmty, and soon brhjg.
the whole mechanism ot the hody'iii: y
harmony with the laws ol' health.
There* is np civilized nation iii the
Western Hexnisphere in %viii?ih tho utili
ty ol' Iio?tetter's Stomach Bitters- as a
tonie, corrective, and anti-bilio?s med?
cirie .fe. not known and appreoiatee:.
Throughout tho Tropics ft is consideri
both by the people and the profession?
tho standard specific. ..v hilo it is a meafe..
cine for all seasons aud all climates, it : *.
especially suited to the complaints gen- -
crated by the weather, bebig the pure.\t.
and best vcgotabletdimulani iu tire world.
Beware pf the Bluer.-, made; pf 'acriti- ?j
and dangerous materials, which unscru
pulous-parties are endeavoring to foist
upon the jjeople. Their m nu ?is legion,
and the public has no guarantee that they
are not poisonous. Adhere Gu the tried
reined}', Mostetter's Bitters, sold only in
glass, and never in kegs or barrels. '
THE HOME OF HENRY CLAY,
. usn . .
Thc Sites of the Varloh .> Colleges.
Five Colleges in operation,. wUh 30
Professors and Instructors and. OOO
students. Entire Fees lieed not exceed'
$.?0 pw Annual, exyept in the haw and
Commercial Colleges. Boarding Iroui $2
lo $5 poi* week. Students 01 tn? Agri-.'
cultural and Mechanical (,'oii.ego can de
lray a portion ol' their expenses by labor'
on tnt- larm or in'tue soups, sessions"
uegin second Monday m September. For.
Catalogues or other ?iiiorhia?on^ addre :s%
. 4, Jtt. BO\V?U.\, UcgemV
Aug? . ... lin 33
State of Soutji Carolina
; ED?EFiELD COUNTY, "
IN PRO BA TE CO UR T. ;
Drurv V. Seurrv, Ex'or., )
vs. . I
Elia V>T. Seuny, | '
Sarah lind', ' . I Petition
Anna h. Strother, for .
J omi Scurry, . ? Partition.'
Jessie Scurry, .'
Benj. M. Scinry, . , |
James R. Scurry, I
IN pusuancc of an ?rdef frorii the Hon.
f>. h. Turnor, Judge of Probate, in
tho above cause, I will proceed to sell at
?dgefield Cburt'House, on the first Mon- -
day in September next, all tbat TRACT
OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate, lying.' '
and being in said County and State,/on; 1
Saluda River, containing Two Hundred;
and Thirty-seven (237) Acres, more or '
less, adjoining lands .ol' tb e. Estate of
Frank Payne, lands of che Estate of
Stanmore li. Chappell, lands of David '1
Richardson, and Iahus.of Drury V. Scur
fy, upon the following terms to wit:
The. Costs and one-half the purchase
money in cash; The balance of the pur
chase money on a credit of twelve months,
with interest from day of sale. Tho
credit portion to bo secured by a Bom:
ind Mortgage of, the premises. Titles
md Stamps Extra.
J. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
Aug. 10, 4te .34.
Siate of Snu?Si Carolina.
EDGE FIELD COUNTY. \
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. .
Piedmont A' Arlington Life ) * \
Insurance Company, . ? ' Fore
vs. , ?closure.
A. V/. Atkinson. J '
BY virtue of an Order from the Hon. .
S. W. Melton, Circuit Judge, I will
proceed to sell, at Edgeficld CM., on
sale-day in September next, all THIAT
L'RACTor PARCEL OF LAND, situate,
lying, ami being in Reach Island, in the
Jounty and State aforesaid, containing
I'ivc Hundred and twehty,-thi*ee (523)
Acres, n'ioro or*Iess. with the following
n ?tes and bounds : Bounded on the North
?v lands of Th?s. W? Whatley ; East i y
ands of James Hankinson rmi of-the
Bistate of David Weston ; south, h
ands of thc Estate ol John Stnrzeiieg
;er and Samuel Clark j and West bj
ands of Samuel Clark and Thos. W.
Whatioy, upon the following terms, to
vit: The costs and one-third cf the pur
:hasC money to be paid in ca h. the hal
mce ol' tlie purchase money on a credit
d' twelve-months, with interest from dav
)f .sale. Tiie purchaser ti give bond ami
uortgage of the premises to secure thc
.redit pal lion of the purchase money.
Pities and Stamps extra.
JOHN 11. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
Aug. lu, Ito 34
State of Souili Carolina
By virtue bf a Mortgage, containing
Foreclosure clause, and given for
lorchasc nioncy, hearing date Novelli
er 17th, executed by .John A. Bar
certo-G?co. W. Lester, and afterwards
Lssigned by*he said Geo. W. Lester to
Powlof & V'imghn, we will soli before
he Court House door, on Sale day in
September next, between Ult hours of II
."clock in .?ie forenoon .and :5o'clock in.
THAT TRACT OF LAND, situate in
he District (now County) of Edgeficld
md Sta.'.: aforesaid, containing Seven
[undred and Twentyreigbt Acres; 'more
,r less; and adjoining lands of Bittier
iVilliams, Temple Martin. John Terry
ind George Thurmond;
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
.tamps and Papers.
If the terms of the purchase are not
?inplied with in half ah hour, the prop
irty will lie sold a ..am.
FOWLER & VAUGHN,
per th?ir A tty's., Burt it Gray.
Aug. 0. , . " -lt? M
Ladies Dress Woods at 3tow.
York Cos? !
BUFF LINENS :>s inches wide for
Ladies'Suits at only 35.cts. per yd.
These goods arc all fresh and very de
O. F. CH HATH AM.
July 24, tf . . * 31
PRY a Bottle of thc B0TQ?ET CO
LOGNE, and you will never use any
.thor perfume, for its purity and rich
less in odor cannot bo surpassed, and fe
o mach cheaper than any other pure Cor
ogne. Prepared and sold by
G; L. PENN. Druggist
J uiy 2-1 _ ?_tf 31_
SAVE YOUR* MOSEY ! .
A-FTER the expiration of. the month
>f August, tho Goods on Bargain Coiint
rs, will bo transferred to the Shelves,
nd original prices resumed. }
Now fe the time to save m: ney by ptti*
basing from thes^ Counters,- which' :J-"O
i>aded with many desirable articlesMiy
talf price. Call and sec thom.
J. H. CH EATHA M.
Au g 1_._tf & _
To the Voters of EdgefieW.
By tho solicitation of many ot ?ny
?Vioncls, I ofibr myself as a Candida; ? at .
ho ensuing election, for the Office of
> ROB ATE JUDGE, and, if elected, will
ndcavorto discharge tho duties ol ?io ?
anio to tho best ol' my ab?ity, with ini
?artial justice to all mankind, irreape';
ivo of color, position or previous conci
ion, witliout/ea?-,/uvqj. ur a?ection.
W. F DI hiSOE, Sn.
'May 29,1872._ y?' '.'.
EROM this date I wiU practico Medi
cine exclusively for Casli.
T. H. PATTISON,
J ad 17 6m 4?