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Terns, 13,00 per Annum.
Oar Agents IK Charleston.
The Advertising Agency of Messrs.
Walker, Evans <fc Cogswell, represented
by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only
authorized Agency for this paper in
jot" Maj. 3. M. Talbert is onr author
ized Agent te receive subscriptions and
advertisements for the Advertiser.
An Extremely Attractive List
Mr. S. H. M an get, than whom no mer
chant in Udge 5eld is more popular, has
very recently returned from Charleston,
-where he selected hundreds of Beautiful
end Useful things for the fail and winter
trade. He publishes in this week's Ad
vertiser, an extremely attractive list of
goods and articles, to which we invite
the attention of the public.
The Grand Aggregation at O. F. Cheat
We mean the grand aggregation of
Dry Goods, and everything pertaining
to an interior Dry Goods Store. Mr.
Cheetham is lately bock from Kew York,
and this week he presents to the readers
of the Advertiser a' double-column ad
vertisement, -xrataining the names of a
few of the articles just brought out by
him. Only a ?BW, however, ior it would
take the whole of the Advertiser to do
his new stock justice. Indeed it would
be impossible in an ordinary article to
give any accurate description of All The
Beautiful Things that may now be seen
by paying a visit to the Store of Mr. 0.
F. Cheetham. Make such a visit by all
means. Oscar and the Lan drum boys
will be glad to see you, even if you do
not buy. And if you do buy, they will
rejoice over you with smiles (perhaps
kisses !) that cannot be numbered.
The JLate Election.
. The general election on the 16th for
Stats and County officers passed off every
where in our County in profound peace
and good order. The majority of the
white people took no interest in the elec
tion not even turning out to vote. And the
Republicans consequently carried the
election by a majority of 2,228 votes
which majority would have been further
. increased to near 2,500 votes had not the
Coleman's X Roads box been thrown
out by reason of Limns Simmons, the
colored Chairman of the Board of Mana
gers at that box (and a member elect to
the Legislature) failing to keep a regis
tered list of voters. Had every white
voter done his duty, and worked for his
party as did the Republicans, the result
would have been far different. And the
indifference of our people has not only
caused the inglorious defeat of the Re
form Ticket, but likewise will work a
great injury to us in the Jury box. The
jury list is taken from the latest poll list
of voters ; and the colored people, having
polled nearly three times the strength of
the white vote, wilt necessarily have in
future a still greater preponderance in
the Jury box.
Below we give the County vote for the
State as well as the County ticket. The
Moses ticket wr*.s voted almost ex
clusively by the negroes, and only at
two or three precincts did the Tomlinson
ticket receive any aid at.all, and that
alone from the whites. But had the
white people of Edgefield felt called upon
to support either of the tickets for State
officers, the majority for the Moses ticket
would doubtless, have been considerably
Judge Melton, candidate on the Moses
ticket for Attorney General, led his ticket
by a complimentary majority.
. Here is the result in this County. The
names of those in italics are elected :
For Governor-JP. J. Moses. 3.S78 ; Reu
ben Tomlinson, 219; Scattering, 43.
Lieut.. Governor-R. H. Gleaves, 3,880 ;
Jas. N. Hayne, 55.
Secretary of State-HT. E. Hayne, 3,977 ;
M. B. Allen, 12.
Attorney General-8. W. Melton, 3,942;
J. T. Green, 55.
State Treasurer-F. L. Oardozo, 3,888;
E. F. Gary, 55.
Comptroller General-8. L. H?ge,
3,865 ; J. Scott Murray, 56. .
Supt of Education-.T. K. Hilson,
3,892; B. L. Roberts, 12.
Adj't. dc Inspector General-H. W.
Purvis, 3,887; P. Ezekiel, 4.
For Senator-Lawrence Cain, 3801 ; Or
House of Representatives-J. A. Bar
ker, 3,794; Parin Simkins, 3,780; David
Graham, 3,SOO ; Augustus Simkins, 3,793;
Limns Simons, 3,760 ; Wm. Haiti wander,
1,605; C. A. Cheetham, 1,590; J. D. Tal
bert, 1*545; March Harrison, 733; Am
brose Cartledge, 675.
Coroner- TFwi. Watson, 3,898; John
Sheriff- Hardv Wall, 3,706; J. P.
Blackwell, 1,156 ; Jackson Covar,* 479.
Clerk of Court,-Andrew Ramsay, Sr.,
3,821 ; Lewis Jones, 1,5*5.
Probate Judge- D. L. Turner, 3,829 ;
H. W. Addison, 1029 ; W. P. Durisoe, Sr.,*
School Commissioner- George A. Mor
gan, 3,814 ; R. T. Minas, 1,551.
County Commissioners-H. Strom,
3,816 ; Wesiey Jefferson, 3809 ; Dock Mar
tin, 3802; J. H. Jennings, 1,572; Joseph
Wyse, 1,287; Charles Lindsay, 295.
Solicitor Fifth Circuit-J. H. Runkle,
3,809; H. Barnwell, 1,421.
Congress-R. B. Elliott, 3,879.
* Independent Candidate.
We are promised the Precint Returns,
and will publish in full next week, as
matter of general information.
The "Fire Fiends at Work.
On Wednesday of last week, Mr. R. M.
White, living near Ninety-Six, had his
Gin House, some ten bales of Cotton,
and a large lot of Cotton Seed destroyed
by fire. Mr. White had gone.to tho near
est election precinct to deposit his vote,
and during his absence the fire occurred,
which, weare tdd,' he thinks was the
work of r^i incendiary. Mr. W's loss is
over 82,000. No insurance.
On Friday night last, two incendiaries
stealthily approached the Gin House on
Mrs. Jas. Eidson'* Edisto plac?, applied
the torch, and made good their escape.
Mrs. Eldson's loss on Gin House, Gin,
<fcc, is about 3800, and that of Mr. Ar
thur Lott, who was working the^remi
ses, and had his cotton in tho Gin House,
is estimated at about $700. No insurance.'
We farther learn that Mr. J. H. John
son, living some two miles below the
Old Wells, had his Store-House and Stock
of Goods reduced to ashes on Friday
night last,-clearly the act of an incendia
ry. Mr. Johnson's loss, we are informed,
is near $2500.
fM~ Dr. D. C. Tompkins has been ap
ppointed by the-Master of the State
Grange as Deputy for Edgefield County
to organize Subordinate Granges in this
County. Decidedly a well-considered
A Certain Remedy.
Many of oar lady friends are fond of
raising poultry? bat the mites sometime
get in among the fowls ?nd kill them up
almost equal to the chicken cholera. But
atlast our friend Esquire Wright has
found an unfailing remedy for the speedy
extermination of mites and like vermin.
This remedy is entirely original with
friend W., and not knowing whether he
intends to apply for a patent, we will for
the present withhold his method. But
we have no doubt he would readily com
municate the same to his confidential
friends coveting ?uch information, on
application to him.
EST A genuine imported S. B. Corset
can be had at O. F. Cheathsm's for OJIly
|1 00. 44
p&- Why ie kissing your s wee th er. rt
like eating soup with a fork* Because
it takes a long Umt to get enough.
In Landa or lu M jney.
As has naen announced in th? Adver
tiser for some weeks past, the hooka will
be opened for subscription to the Capital
Stock of the Spartanburg & Aiken Rail
road Company, at this place, at Pleasant
Lane, and at Trapp's Milis, on Sale-day
next, the first Monday in November.
We hope the Commissioners for our
County, and, what ia more import int j
still, the people generally along the pro
posed route, are giving this matter vary
serious thought in the meantime. And
again we would utter a word of exhorta
tion to our citizens to be up and at work
-lest the closing years of the nineteenth
century find them and their children the
poorest and most isolated people in
It is ?ot a new plan, but if all land
holders within five miles of th* contem
plated route, on either side thereof, would
subscribe a definite number of acres of j
land, according to their respective abili
ty, to bo sold and the proceeds thereof
j converted Into funds for the construction
: of the road, the same could be built
without taxing the community for much
ready money. Freeholders, as a general
thing, own more real estate now than
they can pay taxes for; and they can
very easily spare a portion of their lands
m the way of subscription to the con
templated road. Such subscription in
lands, to be taken at a fair exchangeable
value, and certificates of stock given to
the subscriber, who would thereby be
come a stockholder.
In this way stich stockholder would
not only ultimately get the value of the
land sojsubscribed, in the shape of stock
which he might afterwards sell; but
would soon realize the fact (as is evident
along all lines of railway) that the bal
ance of his land would rapidly appre
ciate in value, and bo worth more to him
in reality than the whole of his original
We would, therefore, suggest that
where subscriptions cannot be had in
money, lands should be taken in hen
.thereof; .and the construction of the
Road commenced at, as early a day as
Successor to Miller, Bnssey
173 Broad Streu
a O M: MIS S I O IST
WILL keep constantly i on hand B
LARD, MOLASSES, RICE, TOB
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of every
as cheap as the cheapest and satisfacti
Thankful for the liberal patronage
by tl^e people of Edgefield, I hope b
to merit a continuance of the same.
TAKE leasur? in announcing to t)
vicinity that they have just received
LiRGE AND ATT
Every Department is well supplied
vals all through the Season.
We hope by offering Only Firs
Liviiij? Prices, and strict ktten
community, to merit your ? confi'deno
We give prompt and strict attenti
when the amount is $10 or over.
With thanks, for past favors, we ren
Augusta, Oct 23
FENS LIQUORS, WINES, &c.
AM now reoeiving full supplies of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, CON
FECTIONERIES, WHISKEY, WINE,
BRANDIES, SEGARS, TOBACCO,. Ac.
Ac-, all of which I will sell as cheap as
such. Goods can be sold in this market.
A share of trade solicited.
W. F. DI RIS OE, Jr.
Oct 9 tf 42
IN pursuance of an Order from D. L.
Turner, Judge of Probate, I will pro
ceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on the
first Monday in November next, the
REAL ESTATE of Mrs. Nancy Neal,
deed., consisting of a valuable planta
Five Hundred Acre?,
Lying on Pea Creek, waters of Little Sa
luda River, and adjoining lands of estate
of Dr W S Mobley, dee'd, Henry Hill,
Lewis Jones, Sr., and others.
TERMS-One-halt Cash. Balance of
purchase money on a credit of twelve
months, with interest from date of sale.
Purchaser to give bond and mortgage to
secure-balance of purchase money.
JAS. NEAL, Ad'or.
with the Will annexed.
Oct 15 _3t* 43
OLD at corresponding prices with
other First Class Machines, and is cheap
er than any otller becausem?re complete.
W. "H. SHAFFER, Agt
Edgefield, Oct 2 _ly 41
NOTICE is horcby given that on the
first Monday in 'November next,
and from day today thereafter, the Books
will be opened for subscription to the
Capital Stock of the Spartanburg cfc Ai
ken Railroad Company-by the under
signed at Edgefield Court House-by
Luke Oulbreath, John Lake and M. W.
Abney at Pleasant Lane, and by 0.8hep
Kd, J. P. Bodie and John Trapp at
Subscriptions are to be received in
money, or in lands ata lair appraisement,
or to Se paid in labor.
The shares are one hundred dollars
It is proposed to endeavor to complete
the link from Ninety-Six to Pine House
M. L. BONHAM,
W. T. GARY,
A. J. NORRIS.
J. A. BARKER,
Commissioners for Edeefield Countv.
Sept. 25, *6t_40
Come in and Settle !.
ALL persons indebted to me. and fail
ing to pay the sam? by the First
[Monday in November next,, will, aller
that date, find their Accounts in the
hands of J. L. Addison, Esq. Take heed,
and save Costs. H. PARKER.
Oct. 15, St 48
CHARLESTON, S. C, Oct 12th, 1872.
MR. EDITOR :-YOU have aa Enigma
in your paper of the 10th, composed oil
17 letters,-the whole a group of Islands
North of the Equator. I have made it
out. I am only 10 years old, but it is an
easy one :
The 17,15,14, ti, 13, is a Snail,
The.12, I?, 8, 9,10, is a Seine,
The 16, H Kii9 th* River Dan,
The'7,8, 9,10, ia Pine,
The 1,2,3,4,5l 6v,is Philip,
And the whole is the Philippine Islands
My Uncle let me read your paper and
I found the enigma.
I remain, respectfully,
CLARA. E. HENRICHSON.
??&- The Republican ticket was elected
in Aiken County by over 400 majority.
C. D. Kayne, col., is the senator; and
Prince Rivera, S. J. Lee, Gloater Holland
and W. R. Jones, Representatives.
_? In Chester,- Yocum, a candidate
upon the Meses ticket, got possession of J
the Tomlinson tickets and destroyed
them, so that but few votes were cast for
Shepherds, Pointers, Setters, Retriev
ers, Newfoundland: St Bernard, lox
and Deer-Hounds, Greyhounds,
Blood-Hounds, Batters, Coach-Do^,
Premium Chester White Hoes.
Tirorongh-Bred Berkshire Hogs.
Fascy Poultry and Eggs.
C. I. CALVERT,
p*T All orders left with Mr. JOHN H.
PAIR, Edgefield, S. C., will receive j
ALL persons holding claims against
the Estate of Samuel Zimmerman,
dee'd., will present them on Wednesday,
the 6th November next, at the Ornee of
the Judge of Probate for Edgefield Coun-1
ty, as I will on that day make a Final
xCoturn of my actings and doings en
said Estate, and will apply foi- a Dis
charge from the office of Executor.
G. H. SEIGLER, Ex'or.
Oct. 15 St 48
& Bacon, at the old Stand,
?, Augusta, Ga.,
ACGN, SUGAR, COFFEE, FLOUR,
ACCO, CORN, SEED OATS and
? description, all of which will be sold
heretofore extended to the old Firm
.j strict personal attention to business,
le citizens of Edgefield County and
and will be kept so, by Daily Arri
t Class Goods at the Lowest
ition to the demands ard tastes of the
e and patronage.
ion to orders, and pre-pay expenses
iain very respectfully,
\AN & CASSELS.
MRS. N. BRUM CLARK'S
FANCY GOODS STORE,
251 Broad Street,
Cheapest HATS and BONNETS in the
Fine Stock of EMBROIDERIES, LA
RIBBONS in great variety.
New Goods Received Semi-Weekly
FLOWERS IN EVERY STYLE.
Small Profits & Quick Sales.
Has Enlarged the Store to accommo
date the large.and increasing Trade. ]
Goods warranted as Represen ted.
Best Assorted Stock in Augusta.
Faaoy Dry (tools
ZEPHYR, CANVAS, HAIR GOODS,
Also, Agency for Mme. DEMOREST'S
Mrs. CLARK will exhibit Fall and
Winter Styles of Hats and Bonnets on
Tuesday, October 22d.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. IC 2m 43
P. A. Brahe & Cr
206 Broad Street,
.AS just opened a MAGNIFICENT
STOCK of GOODS, composed of every
thing to be found in a
First Class Jewelry Store.
To the inspection of which they re
spectfully in vite the citizens of Edgefi eld.
4WATCHES and JEWELRY repaired
by first class workmen.
Oct 15,_ gm_43_
TJ. S. Commissioner.
All business will be promptly attended to
Oct. 16 tf 43
NP. U, Jackson Street,
ONE DOOR FROM WARREN BIO CK,
Augusta, Georgia. ~
JAMES A HULL t GD.,
Agents for the sale of Sibley's Famous
CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, MOBILK BAY,
And the Favorite
Cedar Key Oysters, In the Skell.
Fresh Norfolk OYSTERS, in cans, re
ceived daily by Express. A liberal dis
count always made to the trade.
We will also keep constantly on hand,
when in season, WILD GAME, of all
kinds, TROPICAL FR?IT8, and NOR
JAKES A. HULL. . CHAS. W. HERSEY.
Oct. 15, lit 43
NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
Grand Opening at Frasier's C?rner.
GRIFFIN & COBB
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention Cf the public to their entirely
New and Carefully Selected Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which they are now opening, and offering to the good people of Edgefield
at low prices. _
They have now in Store a BEAUTIFUL and FASHIONABLE array of
all the latest styles of .
DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &C,
Embracing in part :
Japanese SILKS, POPLINS, French MERINOES,
ALPACAS, REPS, BROCADES, Ac.,
Silk and Velvet TRIMMING, RUFFLING, FRILLINGS,
Jaconet EDGING and INSERTING, .
BUTTONS and RIBBONS,
Bonnet, Sash and Belt RIBBONS,
Cluny and Valencienne LACES,
Lace and Linen SETS and UNDERSLEAVES,
Ladies Searls and Silk Bows,
. Switches, Braid? and Coils for the Hair,
Children's Fancy Sacques and Coverings,
SHAWLS*, Bengal Stripes,
Beautiful Fur SETS and CAPES, . <*
Children's Fancy Hosiery,
Hemstitched and L. C. Handkerchiefs,
Jewelry, Perfumery, Brushes, Ac.
We ask the Ladies' attention particularly to the famous Seamless Kii!
Gloves. We have a good article and confidently recommend then.
Berlin and Lisle Gauntlets,
Gents' Dress and Driving Gloyes.
Ladies) and Gents' Under vest*,
Good Stock American and English Jloaiery,
A beautiful selection of Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats,
Also, Feathers, Artificial Flowers, Ac.
GENTS' AND BOYS' HATS.
Latest Styles and in the greatest Variety, and at Low Figures. '
A large and splendid assortment,
Broadcloth, Doeskins, Satines, Jeans, &c.
Good Stock of Blankets,
Best Brands PRINTS,
Bleached and Brown SHIRTING,
" " " SHEETING,
Table LINEN, Crash TOWELS,
Pillow CASING. Bed TICKING,
Striped and Plaid HOMESPUNS, Ac, Ac.
SHOES! i SHOES!
We invite special attention to our stock of -
Ladies and Misses Dress and Walking SHOES,
Children's SHOES, .
Gents' GAITERS, 3TES, BOOTS, BROGANS,
s . . .
Bl-?(ll Kn dd ICM, Girths,
Buggy Whips, Baggy aad Hand I'mbrellas.
EVERYTHING IN THE HARDWARE AND CUT
Well ROEK* ?oflfiH and Gnu? ROPK, ic. ?
good Stock of Orolary.eat GIMIWMO.
A fresh and genuine stock of .GROCERIES,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
SOAP, STARCH, SODA, Ac, Ac.
In buying our Stock, we would respectfully say, that we have endeavored
to study the interest of thone who may honor us with their valued favors ;
and we earnestly solicit a share of their patronage,
We will always be found at our post, prompt and ready to serve our
friends and customers, and w ll do our utmost to olease and give satisfaction.
GRIFFIN & COBB.
W. J. GBIFFM, )
JAS. M. COBB, J
Oct. 15, lm 48
JUST RECEIVED !
??O Do? CO?TS* COTTdtf, $0 ct?t fiep dozen. ?
10 Caaes LONG CLOTHS, all -b/ands and prices.
10 " Sea Island Brown SHIFTING,
l i? ^e Brown JEANS,
1 . ?le Gr&niteville 7-8 ?HI?T?t?,
i .'" . " . 3-4 ; ; . g
ii .:.!? - . . ; '. \" ?: '?.i' .; Aim. ? ihr) - rotiii ?71
Amone the m?ny New Goods just
opened, I invite the attention ' of the La
dies to the following Specialities:
. ?chame French POPLINS, in all the
SATINETS in all colors,
A large and varied 8tock of low-priced
Dr?8s Goods, in London PLAIDS; Striped
POPLINS, SEEGES and.MOHAIRS.^ 1
The Choicest Fabrics for
Lupins BOMBAZINES, , ft j, \
Large Stock Wool-dyed ALPACAS,
purest black and brilliant finish,
White ALPACAS and MERINOES.
' AU Wool DELAINES,-in all colors,
English CREPE, and Cre*be VEILS,
-.Black Lace VEILS. ? i
>A Iargie?tocfc bf SHAWLS.-TY' ;
? . Bomen MANTLES ind" SC
A large Stock of Worsted SACKS, em
bracing the latest styles,
Balmoral SKIRTS in all styles, and at ?.
Speciality fer lire Ladies*
Beautiful line of Opera FLANNBL,
Plain, Striped and Plaid, in all colors,
Plain FLANNEL8, White and Red,
Twitted and Shaker FLANNELS.
Plain and Checked MUSLINS, J .
Nainsook, Bishop and Victoria LAWNS
Mull MUSLINS; Plain and Striped.
Swiss TARLETANES, in all grades
Hosiery for Ladies and Gentlemen in
the meet celebrated English and Balbrig
Aho a full line of the medium and lower
Notions! lotions I!.
li great var ?tv, -including ajlJatesk'Nbv
Including two-button Kid; Lisle Thread,
Worsted and Caaimere,
Also, Gentlemens" GAUNTLETS, with
C'asiraere Tops and Calf-Skin Fingers. ?
New style of RIBBONS in two Shade?,
Sash RIBBONS, plkin'and plaid.
SCARFS in all styles,
Fashionable Lucca BELTS,
Dress BUTTONS in great variety.
I iuen SETS, Plain and Embroidered,
Lace COLLARS, all prices,
Cash's FRILLING, plain, fluted, and
Table DAMASK, TOWELINGS,
CRASHES, DOYLIES, and NAPKINS,
Linen SHEETING and Pillow CASING
Handkerchiefs ! .
Plain and Hemstiched. '
Ladies and Gents UNDErtVESTS1,
White and Red. ' *
Ladies HATS, in the greatest variety,
trimmed and untrimmed.
From the cheapest to the best, in the la
CLOTHS and CASIMERES, all prices.
A Splendid Stock of HATS.in the latest
Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes !
$2500 worth of SHOES, embracing the
latest styles of Ladies Dress and Walking
Buttoned Congress GAITERS, and
Hana made SHOES for Gentlemen.
Splendid Stock of 8ADDLES and BRI- \
HATS AND PLUMES
Bought especially for the member? of the ?
I am determined to keep .Stock at all times to back my ad
X H. OHE A TH AM,
At Sullivan's; Old Stand.
Oct. 15, lm 43:
DRY GOODS STORE
The Old Virginia Fredericksburg House
V. RICHARDS & BROS.
|X IS.NOW FULL OF GOOD'S,-from the. first to the fourth floor, including
everything that is new and desirable,: and at prices so. low that none tan
really object to them.
Every department is now full, and it would almost be impossible to enu
merate qualities and styles of the choice and elegant goods displayed, but
we mention in part that' we have a fine assortment of Velvet apd Cloth
CLOAKS, some of.them elegantly trimmed with fur, preseniin? a comforta-,
ble and elegant appearance ; Beautiful Striped SHAWLS and SCARFS in
elegant rich colors, from $150 up ; a most superb assortment of BLACK
SILKS, also in colors ; all the new Fabrics in BLACK GOODS, including
best makes of ALPACAS, from 25c. to the finest.
In FANCY DRESS GOODS w? never had such a variety, including all
the new colors and shades, such asthe Sage Green, The 'Elephant's Breath,
Paris in Ashes, London Smoke, Chicago rn Flames, &c, &c.
It will be a treat for ariy one who likes to look at
NSW ARD BB??Iim GOODS
to take a stroll through our house, whether they wish to purchase or not,
we extend to all a hearty old Virgink welcome. . .
V. RICHARDS & BROS,
Corner by the-Planters'Hotel.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 16 , 3m 43
PIERCE B. CHRISTIE,
JOHN C. POPE I CO'S.
Emporium of Fashion !
248 Broad Street, 2d Door from Globe Hotel,
WE . have received our Entire Stock of Fall and Winter
BEADY MADS CLOTHING,
,W vHj,..-,<r ..|pr ifen*nd Boys Wear, " .V"
'; " HATS;' XR?ffKS, 'VAL?SES, AND SATCHELS,.
Scarfs, Tie*, Bows, Suspenders, Gloves, Hosiery, V
Fiunishinig Goods of all Kinds and in Great Ya fie ty
W'<:,-; 1 .?: ' ?f klj ' . ' . ; ? .:
E simply wish to ?tate that our Stock is coniplete in each Department.
And as. large and as well assorted as any in Augusta.
We ace. determined to sell as cheap as a nv house in the
south. ?. ., . ' . ; :
Having a Resident .Buyer in New York, our stock is replenished wetly
with all tke New Styles as fast as they appear in New York city.
In our Wholesale Departmebt we'offer special inducements to kountry
Merchants ; and are prepared to show a larger stock than ever before. .
' Give us a cail. Examine our Stock.
We misrepresent nothing, and guarantee satisfaction in every respect.
Augusta, Oct 15 2m 43
Gro to 262 Broad St.,
AND BUY OF
%! ; .?
WE hav^?r^T^wiALl^ STOCK OF DRY GOODS, additions
to whi?h tee dail_v^a?i?inij. ?We have got the advantage .over many by
having a m?mb^f oY'tflfosFirm residing in New \ York, wno makes all the
purchases o? thfl?B^ou??, an$ who, through his long experience in the great
est of all pry (feofls Marked, enables us to receive .
The ?evi^&'Bn^ Latest Importations Much
Quicker and at Less Expense
Than those Houses, who have not this important advantage. Moreover,
we attend every NEW YORK DRY GOODS AUCTION -SALE OF IM
PORTED GOODS, and have several times bought At Half its Worth,
the Choicest and Most Select
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS,
Which we have always advertised at prices That Cannot be Ute at.
Our Ready CASH SYSTEM does us in the e cases a great service, and
we can assure our friends and the public that we will convince them of what
we say when they visit our Store.
We only buy our Imported Goods from Direct Importers, and our^Home
Made Goods from, the Factories,
ALL FOR CASH!.
And a long experience has taught us to understand that herewith we not
only <?o profit to ourselves at toe time of .purchase, but receive still larger
profits through the patronage and recommendation of a public that ever
We cordially invite every body to call and judge for themselves. We
guarantee our Goods, and know our prices to be as low as any in the market.
Our Salesmen are both polite and atlentive, and by continuing to give the
same close attention to- business, we hope to receive this year our usual
share of patronage.
.Wholesale and Retail Dealess in Dry Goods.
Augusta, Oct 16 . _3m__J3_
Cotton JSta/tes Fa?r?
TlIB THIRD GRAND ANNUAL FAIR will open to the public
on TUESDAY,' OCTOBER 22d, at 8 o'clock, a m., and continue through
the week. ? '
THE EXHIBITION OF FINE ARTS, HORTICULTURE, MECHANICS, INDUSTRIAL
PRODUCTS, HORSES AND CATTLE, PROMISES TO BE VERY INTERESTING. . *
i A. GRAND TOITENAMENT,
on Wednesday and Thursday, October 23d and 24th, in which, several clubs
will participate, and other entertainments will take place.
STEAM PLOWING BY CAPSTAN METHOD ; also, STEAM ROAD
ENGINE bf Aveling & Porter will be on exhibition: ?
Arrangements have been effected with, the Railroads apd Steamship con
nections. Passengers and Freight brought and returned for ONE FARE.
The latter should oe consigned officially to the.Secretary.
. Office open and entries at all times. For further information' ipply to
R. MARTIN, Secretary,
Jackson Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Oct 16 lt . 43
BOOT AND SHOE MAN
. ' if ' '. '.* "' 'JV- . . ' '
AGAIN saintes the good people of Edgefield, and Invites them, when they
com? to town, to call at his new and beautifnl'
Where they will be .politely and justly dealt with.
Never in the history pf Augusta has a better or larger Stock been offered
to the public. He promises au those who honor him with their patronage,
a Saving .of ?6 per ?? nt, ?in their annual Shoe Bill.
. He will be responsible for every Article .sold, and make reclamation in
every instance when work do?? not'give 4ull satisfaction.
His house is, not sustained by " influence," nor.by the . services of prom*
mers. The character of the Goods he keeps, and the low and uniform dri
ces at which he sells, recommend themselves.
To the people' of Edgefield, who have so generously patronized me, and
to whom 1 am largely indebted for the partial success I have attained' I re
turn my*most grateful acknowledgments ; and promise them that I will in
the future do allin my power to merit the generous confidence they have
reposed in me. < . >
' PETER KEENAN,
' 226 Broad St., 3rd door below Central Hotel
Oct. lo, ;8u 43