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Terms, 13,00-' ]fer Awiir^
Omr Agents lu Charleston.
The Advertising Agency of Messrs
Walke?p Evans <fc Cogsjweil, represented
With shuddering wo chronicle a "Woody
Tti?Say last^i^^ir?es m^^flalr^
were Mr. Lovett Gomilion and his son,
Mr. William GpmiU<ui, of the onepar!,
and Mr. ?*flmr A|Glove? ^t^-other.
Mr. G om iii on fe a man ol* ab?ut"55 years
of age. His son was a young man of 20
or 21. Their home -is seven miles East
of our town. Mr. Glover is a man of 36
or 38, and is a citizen of our town. Both
pajtiesi b^atongjo old Diaitug families of
tb? bJffifc i?r^eet?iit>^?ome Sie o>
?ix weeks ago Mr. Lovett Gomilion and
Mr. Glover had angry words in front of
our office. Young Gomilion was not
present, but upon hearing of the matter,
beguile, dft?ply i ncehsed agaips* Glover., j
Ana now, as this case will cordeoefore
ouTt?otrrts, we conceive It our duty to
mention not one of the various-rumors,
reports, or ev ea. solemn asseverations,
concerning it, which, as usual ou such
occasions, are abundant and riie--lest We
unwittingly and rmwi?rfmriy ?rsate prej
udice pro or con. Suffice it to say that
on Tuesday last, in che Drug Store of
Mr. A. A. Clisby, young Gomilion was
shot dead by Mr. GloVer, and' Mr. Lovett
Gomilion so seriously wounded that
scarcely a hope cab be entertained of his
recovery.. -, . , .
The affair created intense excitement,
and ? pall of sorrow hangs over our com
munity: "- ~ * "
Mr. Glover will appear before Judge?
Carp^te4 4"*, (y^edpenday) eveni?g^
and gire' bond for his appearance at the
next term of Court
haV* r^^^^^ ?^raaA-startnhg 'j
intelligence that young William Good
man, who grew up among us-eldest son
of W. W. Goodman, Esq., who moved
three or four years ago, to Walhalla-has
been-killed, by lud?aos,'at Sab Sabon, in
Texas, where he was engaged successful
ly rh stoct-ralslhg. We all remember
him as a very estimable and preposses
sing young mah. And wo tenderlo his
bereaved parents our unfeigned sympa
That accomplished and genial newspa
per man, Ros weMT. Logan, Esq., of Char
lesion, spent a day or two among us
lately, and it gave us much pleasure to
welcome him, and to further ow friend
ship with him. Mr. Logan is traveling
in the interest of the great Charleston
Publishing House of Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, and of the Charleston Sews dr
The Court iu Session. -
As previously announced, Judge Car
penter returned to Edgefield on Tuesday,
and is-now. engagitl in .the dispatch- of
civil -busiiffess-.' *ThV session, hrrwever,
we are informed, will be of quite short
duration. " ' "
Grand Masonic and Temi
Pi?-Nlc. ? -k
At thai pleasant, fiourisbjbig?luid relia
ble railroadrtowu, Batesville, ther? is to
be, on Tuesday next, 24th inst., a grand
celebration and Pic-Nic under the-au
spices of Lie Masons and Sons of Tem
The Advertise!- Corps courteously ac
. knowledge the receipt of an invitation
to attend this celebration and Pic-Nic.
From all we hear, the occasion will
be a very bright and interesting one.
Mr. Orlando Sheppard, and our towns
man, A. J. Norris, Esq., amoug others,
will address the Societies.
Meeting of the Edgefield Grange.
We aro requested to announce that
there will be a meeting of " Edgefield
Grange, No 61," in Masonic Hall, on Fri
day evening, the 20th inst, at 3 o'clock..
A full attendance is requested.
$3r~ The next meeting of the Palmet
to Sabre Club will be_ held ?ILSaturday,
the 28th, at which time the annual elec
tion for officers will be holden. This
being an important meeting, an unusu
ally full attendance of members is desir
ed and expected. We understand a Bar
becuo will be given by Maybiii Griffin
on that day. A lively time anticipated.
A Tobacco Manufacturing House of
Charlotte, N. C, J. M. Leak <? Co., name
a new brand of Smoking Tobacco in
honor of Col. Bacon's beautiful stallion
" Mozart," (the immortal composer is no
where;)-and Mr. J. H. Orr, one of the
firm, sends CoLB. a package of the same,
with his compliments- Col. B. keeps
Mr. Orr's compliments for himself, bnt
not being a smoker, presents the Tobac
co to D. R. D"of.4fc*fc. Advertiser, who is
a sruAl^er, and whopronouncesthe "Mo
We notice in tho Aiken, Tribune
that Dr. W. D Jennings, Jr., has asso
ciated Ur^AUe-n SL Dizier with him in
th? pi>4.-cicc of ntrdium! tit GrauiteviHe
and vicinity. Dr. fcozier Ls well and fa
vorably, known in this and'the Saluda
Section, and has been an acceptable and
successful practitioner for many yens,
whilst Dr. Jennings, already well ac
quainted in his new home, has for some
time been enjoying" it large ami lucrative
practice, We therefore predict for this
new firm ?ireat suece*>??nd popularity.
Death of Judge Tompkins.
We have received a. copy of the Union
(La.) Mccord, in mourning fur Judge
Thos. li. Tompkins, \vlu> died, ol' eon
H i inrpt^vy- iw MiSriotf, - faa. f wi- ttl '4itt t?*o?
May last. Judge Tompkins "was the
ouly son of S S. /Soj^j^ti?s^ ciwilecd.,
and left Kdgefi*'d< WmrSqJtt?young,
with* his widowed motlier about tiicjrcar
IMO. Among strangers, and unaided hy
those helps which friends and fortune
giveKhacary^i bis way iirsi to tho "like
of District Attorney, und thence to the
Bench, from which latter position he was
removed by reconstruction in )$C>7. Thc
career of Jndgo Tompkins certainly did
honor to his native District.
Paint for Rough Itiillriings.
A correspondent of the Country Gen
tleman gives the following recipe for
.heap coloring for rough buildings:
Take 2 oz. of snluinmoniac and 2 ?>z of
>ta*h ; dissolve these hi three quarts or j
water ; then add one quar.t .raw linseed
iii . tlum Uko, *ay 10 pounds dry red
that was what we used) and add Water
' nou"h to put on with a whitewash brush
!we lised fish piekle.> Add. one ?H tur
entine to the linseed oil. If red does
ot suit add anything to alter tho color.
*e used pamfrnmde asabovo on raugh
Uildings twelve years ago. and it is air
oat or quite as bright now as when we
ut it on. To make the building look
-ell you want to paint tho comer boards
rith white lead and oil.
8ZT At 2iaw .Yode money eon?mies.|
blindant to lwrrowers, on call, , at 4 (?. 6
-r?mC'nndoi* prime mercantile paper
Ute* AJU'iuen^UiiiuH, hathi ,hay and
Jn London, are favorable for an easy
thers has oben a general advance, prices
minent sold attrill fon JtnU ? h$lf of gold
n'thc' 16th,' at fruin 116 78-?00?6/116 9*
00. ?' i ;
h We Have Talked of Railroads for
i And weiawfstill/"talking. ' And for a,
long time past we have been afraid that
the Day ot Judgment would come and
catch us at this unprofitable sort of work.
jtJtat now ye begin to hope for better-;
pfogs. Aid ?why f i Because the; railf;
road efforts j?pjv a- sieady and end^rurg.
ihhug. ^the?^s^,it was a ?ev'ej^ tfia^
burnt a little once in two^or three years.
On Monday morning last,an impromp
tu .Railroad meeting waa_ held by a num
ber of ?ur citizens in the law omce^of.
John L. Addison, Esq- This meeting
was the. sudden outgrowth, of the late
[general discussion, -in social conversa
ron, concerning .wooden railroads, nar
row gauges, <kc, &c. Capt. Lewis Jones
was ?ailed to the Chair, and John L. Ad
dison, Esq. requested to act as Secretary.
The deliberations were confined al
.BiflBtpqatirely laa railroad. from ~Edge?l
H?eld to%ine House? a?ld wniI$srVo?*>f
en road Tfcith cars drawn by mules, found
only a. few advocates, an iron narrow
gauge found many.
The upshot of the meeting was this:
Under a resolutiouioii'ered by A. J. Nor
ris, Esq., ?he Chairman appointed a Com
mittee of five, consisting o? ?. J. Norris,
W.W. Adams; Oi -F. Oheathanr, J. L?
Addison and BL K. Durisoe, - to raise
mon ey for a surrey of the projected road,
and for estimates, by the surveyor, of I
the cost of the different classes of road- [
wooden, narrow gauge,"wide gauge.'
Thirty years bave wa mooted this sub
ject, and still no railroad has yet reached
us. And for thirty years to come we
shall be in the same forlorn condition
unless every man comes up to the fullest
extent of his ability in taking stock in
that road which will stand pledged to
reach our town first. Unless this con- j
eTnsion is already arr.vedatln the mindai
of our citizens, and to be pnt^nto ex?cu
tion forthwith, our numerous mee thugs
will end, as for thirty "yeara'past* in nerve
And in this connection, we append the
to," 1 u w lug se n 3 i ble ai i d t i merv w or d a-f'ro m
our respecte J eotemporary, the- Bea'ui'ort
Republican, concurring fully in them,
an 3 suggesting Wednesday, the ,13th of
August, as the day for the Abbeville
Convention, with the assurance that
Edgefield will be represented at thaf
FROM PORT ROYAL TO CHICAGO. VIA j
EDGEFIELD, ABBEVILLE, ANDERSON
fVND THE BLUE RKJGK RAILROAD.-A
road connecting the Port Royal railroad
with the Jilue Ridge, railroad mast* be ;
built. The connections we have with
the west at Augusts are too indirect We
?vant, and must have, the shortest line
possible between Cincinnati, the Ohio
valley, Chicago and the great lakes.
Such a line can be had emly by loaring the
Port Royal railroad ?tor near Allendale,
passing through Edgefield Abbeville,
md Anderson counties to the Blue Ridge
railroad. Thence to Knoxville through
Kaban Gap; th euee to Cincinnati and
Wc Ira ve many evidences that th e peo
filo of Beaufort, Barnwell, Edgefield,
Abbeville and Anderson are .awake to
.hi? need and the- benefits.to accrue from
t. Wc arc on the constant receipt, of j
letters; hom citizens of these counties all
expressive ol'an intense interest in the | 1
natur. Tho articles published last week
?.how tkat the movement is gathering I
lead fray. Elsewhere we give the views 1
if a correspondent, a prominent citizen I
>f Edgefield. . (
Let us have a convention of the live
?iou of ?h** counties lying aleng the pro- j |
x?acd, route We would.suggest some
ime in A umist and Abbeville ccuirsbouse
rs thefylaco ^Bl'?ne^lgefield ?Ahbe
?it?eaud AndeWm b/fcb*ar^jthje press
r?w.ns their vi??? ?OD liie prqposiflon.
Ive think suchfti- me"e?rrg-''Tv'i&nrd",Tesult
Fruin Our European Correspondent.
Loxrx?-, May 28th, 1873
Dear Advertiser : Having determined
0 spend ten days or a fortnight in Lon
lon on my way home, I have not hur
led to sec tho uncient city thoroughly
in this occasion. In fact I have as'yet
'isited but three ol'the'great objects of
listoric interest-Westminster Abbey,
he Parliament House, and tho Tower.
)f Westminster Abbey, the most as
onndrng Iftiture is the noble hniMing
tseif-indescribably nobie" an?f grand,
vith its wonderful aisles, arches, tombs,
??gan, and forests of magnificent col
imris. I spent an hour' in the "Poet's
horner*'-listening in the meantime .to
he soaring sounds of the great organ and
jcautiful choral Bendee-and visited the
ombs of Shakspcaro, Chaucer, Dryden,
Sutler, Ben Johnson, Cowley, Campbell,
Dickens mid Bulwer. " Poet's Corner'?
s one of the "tree" parts of the Abbey,
?vhere a stranger may wander to and fro
.vithout money and without price. But
non ey must be paid (very little flbwev
;r) to explore the "Royal Chapels and s'ee
.he tombs of the Kings. Foremost among
;hese chapels is that of Henry VII, j
where, besides, the magnificent tomb of <
:he founder, and of Queen Elizabeth and
Mary Queen of Scots, are to be seen the
famous Banners of the old Knights of the
Bath In the Chapel of Edward tho Con
fessor are the tombs of tho founder, of |1
Edward I, Henry V, and other warrior
king? ; and the weapons carried by some
rf them ; and the Coronation Chair in
which every sovereign of England since
William the Conqueror has been cfown
ad. I did not leave Westminster Abbey I
without viewing, with great interest, the'|
tombs of Pitt, Fox, and Florence Night
ingale. * . ?
1 spent some hours also in inspecting
th?' House of Parliament building (West
minster Pulaoty wljjeh is another of thc
fast and gorgeous-pilett for which Lun
ion is (anton* The Parliament wan not
in session, .
My third excursion was to thc re
nowned and gloomy "Tower of London,''
which stand?OH the '1 haines near "Lon
don Bridge." Here I entered at the
"Traitor's Gate," where, in former days,
the accused were landed rrom boats on
the river. Among HR? pointu of interest
here are the room in.whick the f,woprin
ce* were murdered by order of Richard
III; the horse Armory willi equestrian
effigies of many of the sovereigns of |
T^fl^IancTT'QueVii Smz?rJtth**-Armory, rn
the same tower where Sir Walter Raleigh
wa? so long confined- HL?d the fatal axe
artrT block by lrtemrwof which have Talion
so many illustrions heads; the Jewel
Tower, where the Royal (hewn, Sceptre. I
Regalia, and -Tswols.of Eughu^aroshewiij |
in?an iron cage; and the Beauchamp:
Tower, with its vast col lections of ancient
and modern armor, representing more
than eight hundred years ol' Engiish
From theHsVer I repaired to St. Paul's
Cathedral. Here it is. a wonderful ex
perienee to staud under the Dome and
look up four hundred feet to the angels
that reoUy seem to be floating in the
blue sky. lu St Paul's I stopped in si
lent admiration before . the grand inonu
monts of Nelson and Wellington.
I shall leave this tor Paris to night,
where I shall probably date my next
M. A. M.
For the Advertiser.
H \ menial.
MAR ..(Blt, on. Sunday tho 8th inst., on
the plantation of Dr. T. H. Pattison, by
Wm. Parkman, Esq.. Trial Justice, Mr.
GEO. WASHINGTON GILES, of Edgefield,
and Miss MOLLIE MOORE, of Georgia.
No cards. No cake.
Bridal tour: To cotton patch early
Monday morning. May the death blow
they girve grass on thnt day bo re mem
bered as She model of industry and per
severance by both of them, and their
ptwtwwity. far many,.^eaca to come -, . J
gy The Greenville ATotcntdineer. N-'-j
been sohl to the Greenville Enterprise.
When and Where to SpenrJ the
-/' Summer ! ~f' O
f Spartanbur? Co., s. <:.
HIS CELEBRATED WATERING
'Place will open for the reception of Visir
tors tho 10th day of June, under the.
management ofO?r. R. SPRIGG, late of
'Charleston, an experienced caterer andi
Hotel keeper. " &&\
Being situat?d in the northern part'of]
the State, in a section remarkable for de
lightful climate, beauty, and healthful
ness, together with the AVe!I-kno^ vir
tues of the water, makes it one of the J
most desirable watering places for those
whose condition can be improved;by the
salubrious character of any water.
Great pains will be taken to&rovide
Ten Pin Alley, Croquet, Bagatelle and
Billiards for the 'amusement of guests.
'Good Musi? w'?? be'In attendance-to en
liven theBall'-Room. Fancy Balls du
ring the season^ . '
Table supplied with the best the mar
Charges per day, $2,50 ; per week, $13 ;
uer month, $35.
; Cottages to Rent. Hacks daily from
Jonesville after 25th June.
W. D. FOWLER, Pro'r.
R, SPRIGG, Manager. .
J une 3 lm 24
URE and Delightful, with the BEST
SYRUPS, will bc drawU' daily from my
Beautiful Arctic Soda Fountain.
Ti?* Ladies in particular axe cordially
invited ?a. d^htrir 'j^njj?ug" at Ibis
Fount-and W^TO^Sj*^^ promptly'
A. A. CLISBY, Druggist.
May8,_^Q*! -, \20
Ladies of Edgefield !
t/EMEMBER that Mrs. N. BRUM
CLARK'S, 251'Broad Street, Augusta,
Ga., is the place to buy
Bonnets" and Hats,
Made of good material, at low prices.
All the fashionable shapes in abundance.
New'Goods received tfi-w?ekly. .
Real aud Imitation Hair,. Good?, ,
Laces, Embroideries," ' " 1 -
Fancy Dry Goods, usual, variety.
Thankful for past patronage,' solicits a
continuance. . '
^S?T~Madame Demorest's Patterns for
sale, fiend for Catalogue. -
'MRS/N. BRUM CLARK,
251 Broad St., Augusta, Ga
Apr 28 - - 2m - 18
SOT TH ('ABOLI KA * *
L0AIT? TftUST COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, ?. C. - ,
Office, No. 17, BftiacV,?tree.t. * i
The deposits in the Savings Depart
ment of this Company are invested as a
Special ?rust, and, "therefore, areV. Hot
jubj?ct to the;baiarcWof-banking. ' "?
aositors have the guarantee of the entire
Bank Capital, winch amounts to three
lundred thousand dollars (SCWO.OOO.-) 7"J ''
This department will enable all classes
o find a safe security for their savings;
?owever small; tum ot thc sam? time
j earing it remunerative, iu^urcst (six per
jene compWnUed quarterly.) Currency
sin* IK* remitted by express, and .uralt?
F. A. MITCHELL, CASHIER
DIRECTORS AND TBI'STKKS.
?eo. S- Cameron, G. L. Buist,
E H. Frost, W. J. Middleton,
IV. C. Boo. A. J. Crews,
5V. B. Williams, E. Waltjen,
il. il Deleon, C. G. Memminger,
ii O'Neill. Wm. I J. Webb,
V. P. Caldwell, J. T. Weisham,
r M. Shackelford, Goo. II. Walter,
r. C. II. Claussen, R. I). Lazarus.
May 14 3m 21
GR&FFI\ A: COBB
.AVE received a new supply Df
ients" DRESS SHOES, made to their
irder. Call carly and get your size.
June 4 9 tf 24
G Ri FF IA & COB?
A.RE Offering at Low Prices
Gents' 1 ?ress Shirts,
Gems' ? nu i H Gauze Undervests,
Gents' Cassi rttOTO and Linen Suit-,
Also, ? Uifl line of Cassimere and
June 4 tf 24
GET THE BEST ?
E mean the SEAMLESS KID
LOVE, for sale at
GRIFFIN A COBB'S.
June 4 tf 24
[TAKE this method of informing my
friends and customers, that I have
ust had this well known Hotel thor
oughly renovated and paiuted, both in
?de and out. Cleanliness is my motto
.n every department My tables will be
mpnlied with everything* the market af
fords. No pains will be spared to make
:he Augusta Hotel a pleasant home for
?he traveler My Edgefield friends are
JO rd hd Iv solicited to give me a call.
P. MAY, Proprietor.
Augusta, April 15, tf 17
W. J. VEREEIV,
Or SOUTH CAROLINA, WITH
Anderson, Starr & Co..
Manufacturers abd Wholesale . ' .
Dealers in Clothing
FOR THE SOUTIIKRN TRADK ONLY!
Orders shall be filled carefully and
promj-tlv nt the lowest market price*!.
Nov J.S fill! 49
To Bridge Builders.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
frlguiicld C. II., S. C, May 2(5, 187:5
SEALED Proposals will be received
at this Office until the first day of
?illy, is"-, to Build a Bridge across "Big
Creek, in Edgtdiold County, on thc
Bouknight's Kerry Road, leading from
Bouknight's Ferry to Edgctifld C. II,
known a.- (Inlet's Bridge. .Said Bridge
to bc 1<MJ feet long, . 15 foot high, und 14
feet wide, with Stringers H x 12 inches,
out of good- heart timber. The. Posts
and Cap Sills to bb 12 x 14 inches, and to
be doored with olank 2A inches thick.
Said proposals tobe accompanied by two
or more good sureties.
H. STROM, Chair. B. C. C.
W. 1>. RA.MKV, ClerlfR (' C
. Mavis ?'** ' 4128
HE most pleasantand. popularTooth
or Mouth Wash extant. Dr.'Parker MB
tried it fo^ several years, and nses no
other kind! Everybody likes it. Trya
bottle. For ?ale by
A. A. CLISBY, Druggist,
Apr 16 . tf ^ 17
Just Received for Pick
1 Bbl. White Wro?^IN?JftAR, -
1 Bbl Rost Cider VINEGAR,
SPlCEStjf all kinds.
For sale by
A. A. CLISBY, Druggist.
Juno 4 tf 24
IAM prepared, as heretofore, to ac
commodate a limited number af geri
tlemeu with Board and Lodging on rea
sonable terms. WM also take good carn
of Horses left in my care.
W. F. DURISOE, Jr.
May2R_ 3t 23
Ice*1 ; ~?e??
ALWAYS on 1 and and for sale bv, ,
G. L. PENN <fc SONi
May 21,. tf .22
CONSTANTLY* in Store a good sup
May 21, tf 22
Hew Goods for Summer 1873 !
fri I fl i il 1} i J. fi H I ;' : . ?.'?"i '
One Price House, '
WHOLESALE ANT) RETAIL,
H. L. ?. BALK,
172 Broad Streets Augusta, dil
lTHA%:.B*S?ved a Carefully "Selected Stock of. All the Novel
ties of the Season in : .? ". ;?. .
STRAW HATS for-Ladiee.-MLssea,. Genta-and -Youths,; from 25 ct?, up
wards, '.. Jv?>--- . ..'
???PAKAS??iS, wjth^nr^without attachments, from 50 cts. and up.
LADIES RBa?fc 1?ADE SUITS, from $5,0(1 and npward. .
PRINTS, all thpnew 'styles, fast colors, 10 cts. up.
DRESS GOODS/a finerselection of all the Novelties, at 15 cts. and up.
. Bed-Ticking, Ginghams^ "Taite Covers, Table Damask,' Homespuns, Un
der6hirts, Drawers, Trimming, Ribbons, Corsets, &c.
Shirts for Gents and Youths* Collars, Gloves, Umbrellas, Trunks, Va
1?8?8, ?tc., &C
' I have also a foll assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, and a fine sekc
tion of READY MADE CLOTHING.
, All these Goods are marked As Low as the Lowest, and I ask
But One Price. Make note of this, and come and see, or send an
order, on which I will allow a liberal discount.
I- r ? ,v H. L. A. BALK,
j fe j I' BroadlStreet, Augusta, Ga., next door to Bothwell.
May*2S '. * * ' '* * A * ._. y :' 22
JOHNSTON'S DEPOT, & G. -
MRS. J. W. CALHOUN takes pleasure in announcing to the people Qf|
Edgefield that shelis now re?eiving'?from New. York, a new and select,
assortment oFM?I/LlNER-Y, the latest style, . ?? '.
. H ATS, JBQNNET? RIBBONS, FLOWERS,'l^ACES,
Labh?s ljeaatifni'Brorjh&^IES, HAIR BRAIDS, &c., &c. |
, .She may be foucJ at the Dry Goods Store of J. W. CALHOUN, who is
daily receiving New Goods of every description, from handsome SILK to
common PRINTS. * . .
Ready made CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,* SHOES', and every,
thing usually kept in a Dry Goods House. W
We respectfully invite all to give us a call, and examin^our Goods before
* ^Johnston's Depot, April; ? ..: . tf 15
G. L. PENN & SON,
8 ! . - : iii fi k i y
TOILET km IANC? ARTICLES,
TOB A.CCO, SEGAES, ?fcc.
AVE now in Store full stocks of all Goods in the Drug; or Gro
cery Business, which are Fresh acid Genuine, and which we will sell
as cheap as any other House.
OCT PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED day or night.
May 7, tf ' . - 20
C. K. Henderson: i Bro.,
GllAW'raVlLLE; j? C.
GAIN we take pleasure in announcing tc^'b^r 'friends and customers thatj
we have just finished opening our Spring and Summer Stock of
NEW AND BEAUTflftjL GOODS,
Embracing everything kept in a first dasi Village Store.
We feel confident of pleasine all who may call ami look at them. Our
Goods were bought at the Lowest" Prices, from the Best Houses in New
York and Baltimore, with a full knowledge of what our friends and custo
mers want in thc line of
DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, '.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
NOTIONS of every description, .
HARDWARE, TINWARE, GLASS, and C?0CKERY WARE,
ALL KINDS LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SCHOOL BOOKS, &c.
Whilst bur GROCERY DEPARTMENT was never better supplied than
at this time.
All Orders from parties favorably known by us will be promptly filled,
r eeling it unnecessary to say -anything more to those who know us, we
invite all to call anti examine.
0. K. HENDERSON & BRO
Graniteville, May 14
SPLENDID SPBIM. GOODS
GEO. J. TORY'S
Cheap Cash Store,
New and Fashionable DRESS GOODS
of all gradua, opening every day, of nil ?
HlyloR and prices.
CALICOES and DOMESTICS-a f?ll
.WHITE GOODS iu endless variety.
Ladies and Missea HATS, very hand
M?h and Boys' Ready Made CLOTH
ING a.id HATS, a lull and varied Stock.
A full line Men's, Ladiesand Children's
ROOTS and SHOKS, purchased diroct
from Manufacturers, and very cheap.
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery, Ac.
r. i ; , : ?-^AXSO-?
A select stock of FAMILY GROCERIES
. ii:. l\ --Ai-so-.
WHISKEYS. BRANDY, WINES, TO
BACCO, .SEGARS, &c., .
A first rate assortment, and of the purest
anabest quality. '
ty I am selling as Cheap aa anybody
can sell, and guaranty all Goods aa rep
jar Please call and look through my
GEO. J. TONEY.
Johnston's Depot, Apr 2S fyn 18
GRIFFIE & BUTLER,
'l HE Undersigned havo formed a
Co-Partnership in tho Practice of Law
in Edenfield County. ;
S. B. GRIFFIN,
M. C. BUTLER.
Feb 10 tf g
^,'OLD at corresponding prices v. Tin
other First Class Machines, and ls cheap
er than any other because more complete.
3 ?' ? I W. H. SHAFFER, Agt.
Edgefield, Oct 2 ly 41
New Law Firm.
.foirx E. BACON. Tnos. J. ADAMS.
BACON & ADAMS.
Attorneys at Law,
Wifl Practice iii the Courts of the State,
ana United States Courts for South Caro
Former Office of Carroll & Bacon and
Bacon tV Butler.
Jan 18, 1872._tf 5
w. HT SHAFFE,"
HAYING located at Edgefield offers
his Professional services to the cit
izens and surrounding country. Office at
the late residence of S. S. Tompkins, Esq.
Feb 28 tf 18
Are continually receiving
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS
New Furniture I
Comprising all the
LA?BST AWD PATTERN
Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room
FROM THE HIGHES? GRADE
TC; THE LOWEST.
And consista of every^article of FURNI
TURE required to furnish a House or
Office complete. . __ _
.fall and examine at our Ware-Rooms.
Always on hand, at the lowest prices,
Beautlfal Caskets and cases,
Of. onr own manufacture; J
212 and 214 Broad Street,
July2 ly 28
Spring [Remedies !
ow in Store many of th? most porJular Medicr?rres for the "Spring s?asorl
-for PURIFYING THE BLOOD r.nd RENOVATING and REGULA
TING THE SYSTEM-ouch as ' *'
Dr. Tutt's" Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight,
Radway's SarsaparilKan Reso'Iventj
Jayne's Alterative, '
Ayer's Ch'erry Pectoral,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
Dr. Simmons" Liver Regulator, ' ' *
McLean's Liver Pills, " ." '
' Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills, " . ^ / ' '
And many other well-known and invaluable Remedies.
BITTERS! TONICS^! BITTERS!
3 .jw * j? ^ J^.^r^ variety, embracing
HOME STOMACH BITTERS-th?peopleV, favorite tonic,
Walker's Vinegar, ","
Panknin's Hepatic ' *
Tutt's Golden Eagle, &c "
And the genuine Imported Schi?dam Snapps, very fine- ,
I^For sale by A. A,' ?XI?li Y, Druggist.
Apr 23 . ttyS(!i . 13
SPEDTG ' GO OBS
MY STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE
Bi lit'.', . . . .. . . v 4
AJI JDepai-tmeiits, .
And will be Sold Low" for Cash;
Edgefield, 'S. C., Apr 16
0. F. CHEATHmfc %
tf ' "17 .
.. W. PERRY beg? to inform his
riends and thepublicgonerally of South
karolina and Georgia, that.he is now in
he WHOLESALE LIQUOR business
arith Messrs. APPLEGATE & SONS,
Louisville, Ky., and that ?hy owler* en
rusted to him will he thankfully r.c
:eived and promptly executed.
May 14 tf 21
GEO. S. HACKER.
DOOR, SASH, BLIND
rHTS IS AS LARGE and COMPLETE
a Factory as there is in the South.
VII work manufactured at the Factory in
IHS city. Tho only House owned and
nanaggd hy a Carolinian in this city.
Send for Price List- Address
GEO. S. HACKER,
Post office Box 170, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and Warerooms on Kinfr street)
opposite Canuonst., on linc City Railway
Nov 27 Iv 4!)
A. A. Clishy 1
aiarlotte/columbia it Au- Execution,
.rusta Rail Road Company. J
BY virtue of an Execution to me di
rected, in the above ?tated cause, I
will proceed tn sell at Kdjrotiold Court
House, S. ' onthe first Monday in July,
1873, One Tract of Land, situate, lying
nul being in said County'abd State, at
the Pine House Depot, on the C. C. <fc A.
H. R., containing Moven Acres, more or
les*, adjoining.lauds of A. Jones, J. M.
Wisc find others,-levied upon as thc
property of the above Defendants.
H. WALL, S. E. C.
June 11th. 1873. :$t 25
LOST or MISLAID, a Bounty Land
Warrant. No. ??00, for 120 Acres, da-"
ted tho nth day of June, 18">5, issued te
Benjamin W Harrison Any informa
tion leading to the recovery oY tho same
will he thankfully received, ami liber
Notice is herohy given that I wi!] make
application m t:ie proper authorities for
a duplic U'! of th" sam?'.
.. BENJAMIN W HARRISON.
June (5; 1?73. tit . 2?
Is the acknowledged BE ST, and at the
same time tho CHEAPEST,
Ever Introduced in Edgefleld. Eve>T"
body likes it, and ita n?pnlarjty is
PENN'S BOUQUET COLOGNE is
prepared with tho greatest care from th?
purest Oils and Extracts by W. B. PENN
-and for sale at the Drug Store of
ft. L, PENIV & SOrV.
Mar 19 tf 13
Lager Beer on Draught.
IHAVE made . arrangements Xor ?
fresh supply of LAGER BEER ead
week during the" spring and summer
Therefore call at my Counter when?vej
vou wish a delightful article of FRESE
LAGER BEER-a healthy drink," aha I
R. S. ANDERSON.
Apr. SO, tf W
Iwill pay the highest market price fo
Wool. O. F. CHEATHAM.
E. 6. ROGERS,
147 anil 149 BROAD STREET,
I AM NOW OFFERING A YERYSU
PERIOR STOCK OF
Of all grades, comprising PARLOR,
CHAMBER, DINING ROOM,' HALL
and OFFICE FURNITURE, in "greatr
variety of style." My stock of CHAM
BER SUITSls especially varied, being
the Uo*>t in the city.
MT UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT
Is now fully organized, and I am pre
pared to furnish COFFINS, CASES and
CASKETS, in all the varieties, from the
best manufactory, and of my own make
. METALIC CASES, from tho most
approved maker*, always on hand.
Experienced attendants. Calls attend
ed to at all hours. Apply at night, or on
Sundava, in yard at rear ol' Store, or at
102 GREEN? STREET, 2d house below
April 10, 3m ' 17
. : '-:-".-:'r '^^L^^
Sash & Blinds,
Stair Fixtures, Builders'
Furnishing Hardware, Drain
?Pipe, Floor Tiles, Wire Guards,
Terra Cotta Ware, Marblo and
Slate Mantle Fia%es.
Window Glass a Speciality,
White Pine Lumber for Sale.
! Circulars and Price Lirts sent
? tree on appiipatlon, by
P. P. TOALE,
' ?0 Mayne and 3a.Pirrcki?ey sts.,
Charleston, S. C.
Oct 9 ly 41
For over FORTY YEA RS this ' '
PUK ELY .VEGETABLE
LIVER MEDICINE han proved, to bc
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
lor Liver Complaint and its painful off
spring DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION
Jaundice, Bilious attucks; SICK HEAD
ACHE, -Colic, Depression 0/-Spirits,
SOUR STOMACH. HEARTBURN,
CHILLS and FEVER, tte., .tc. .
Alter years of careful experiments, tc
meet a great and urgent demand,, we now
produce from our original Genyune Pow
A Liquid form of SIMMONS' LIVEI
REGULATOR, containing all its won
derful and valuable properties, and offe;
One Hollar Bottles,
The Powders, (prioe as beibre).Jl pei
package. Sent Ly mall, gi,04,
Buy no Powders or P REPARE I
SIMMONS' LiyfeR REGULATOR un
lass m our engraved wrapper, with Trad)
mark, Stamp and Signature unbroken
None oilier is genuine. t
j. H. ZEII.IN dc CO.
Macon, Ga, and Philadelphia.
2?*Sold by all Druggists.
Feb 6 - tf 7
T J. H. CHEATHAM'S
20 Pieces Checked Cambric,
20 " Striped H
20 " Plain "
? Swisses, Nainsook3,Mulls, &c.
May 14 , tf
Bed Bug Poison.?
OR sale at
G. L. PENNA SON'S,
. Drug Store.
' "AT THE
y * ****** ^e**,
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na Brr (roods Stee,
. . V vrJi . ?J ..- :? -i. > .i
1 ?9 Broad-Stree?, Augusta,
" '-' 5v' . ?il-)*); .:* -* ?
iHd Prices Gwins Aw?y for Hew Ones! Barolin*all oteii
*. ' . .>- The* Store, ! . ~ uj
. . T~.'-:- ? --. u '
Ww , .N .' . :. tt -'" . . dur.* ?....->.*.? Sf ? ?I
E-are. determined noUo-cajugjjover: any SPRING or "SUMMER GOODS
at all. >,Ueref<>i*.we*miout)c* ihat^ll persons i| f efcj^gflAAg^digbiil.v
?.kept-Uta First das* Dj?y^. Go?ds^tc? ,snould delay calling on us, cr
jjsend fox Samples. ? ... wV ^ 4g
E??GAITCS! tjif:"?)R*Bs? (kt?bs,'".? w
Including Silks, Poplins, Grenadines, j?nese" "Cloths, ilusHut"'' f'Vi::-* "
bries,-'White and"Colored ?awns, Baptiste Clothe cV;.'"
: ..:...*/? " ..<.,*' .? >>x*yg li(tM
- . BARGAf?f#- X-^,^;
In Hamburg Trimmings, Kid.Gloves, Hosiery,. Fancy Goods,- Lotion?*, ?XV-T
;V . ; :BXT.BA,BARNINE Tr :
In Lace Poihts* a beautiful assortment, from' $2,50' tb' $75^00, ?iiMiii?iL; f
other "Goods-too numerous to mention. . Before" you buy, gp to ' . .
POW?LI* & MULLER,
18? Broad St., -Angula, ?a "
Ni B.-AH 'Retail Ordere from Samples, amounting "to $10,t)?, or -'.overt*'1
lT'be-seht Free-of Charge. - . " * ' .'
X ri s _ * .
.' '*.* i
.J. ! > .. *.
fP?fc. THE'-- SPRI&ft .OF -i'?^f?S*
... ; < 4.' . .- . ? fx*-ft j "**-'? * *' . -* J ..??> ? fl
. ' ..-. U IA** . ?Qr-1 . ?fis
'.jr *; . (c j
JUSX Received and R?'??iv?ng, direct from. Nuw.York, a magaific?pi Sl?'ck of .
P' .?NTS. jn folka.Bo.ts' and Stripes, ? . ?- . -. ; .?. - k?v
?TuJjJi-nfi?L?ACH?D GO?DS.'all graduand prices, U -
My. stock-of S^ET?^GS, SEA ISLAND Go^^^nd.^MEaTiCS is
complete.,. .. ^ v. " , ?-. ?ua
BEAUTIFUL DR?$t? OOOB^t f '
" " . In all the latest'styTes.
PIQUES, Plaio, Figured,-anefvitu-'the Crape Stripes,'
Chene Lustre?, titriped Poplins, Striped Silk Grenadines,
SiTlc Grenadines with Polka Dots, .
Lace and brought Japanese Cloths, . ..
L?rren Suitings, Plain and Striped, ' *
Pull line of WHITFGOODS,-Piara Cambrics,. Check Jaconets, Plain'
and Striped Swiss, Tafetanes,'?c.
Fu?f line T?welfngs, Table Damask ttrrd. Linen Handk?rohie?s, .
Fuir Ime of Gloves, Hosiery and Notions, V ?' *
Pail line' of Ladies* HATS; Trimmed and Untrimmed,
Full line of'Ladies' SiHc NECKERCHIEFS; in all shades, the very latest .
thing out. ' ' .. .
Also, a full Tine of GENTS' HATS, all of the latest c oyles, pretty and
desi rn bte. , ' ,.
Also, a. full, stock of GENTS' F?NE ClC^HING- 2 dozen, m Its":
Linen Duck Suits, very neat and fashionable, for a small sum of money.
Also, SHOES, SHOES, in great Variety, and for everybody.
Full line of CROCKERY, TIN WARE, HARD WARE, &c.* . .. .
Having taken great pains in making" my purchases, especially in my Dress
Goods,Department, I only ask my friends to give me a call, and will guar- i;
antee not only to please, but to sell theta Goods as cheap as they can be.had ^
in any market this side of New York. ^
J. H. CHEATHAM,
April 16 V ? .. tf 17,>-:
GRIFFIN & COBB
ARE NO W RECEIVING TH.EI R S T OC K O F
.SPUING Al SUM? DRY GOODS,
F?NGT GOODS, ffOTIOlTS. ?e.,
Embracing all the Latest Novelties of the Season.
Also, a Large Stock
Clothing, Hats, Slapes,
Crockery, Haitlw^re, &c.
.We will take great pleasure in shdwing our Goods to our friends anil cus
tomers, believing we can make it to their interest to call on an<"i trade with
us. Our Go?'ds have? been bought at low figure's, and will be sold on the
closest margin FOR CASH. .
G?EFFI3? & COBB,
Apr'16 ' . ' . tf '17
Fashionable Millinery Goods
1873. .SPRING- AND SUMMEK. 187c.
'MRS. ' I.KOKIE :
Iy ,. V. : ? . .? tja .v>. ii?' e
JEGS ?Wix-?f?ul?y t?'?nf.'rm her EtY^ytU^ ..ru:i.il%- tauit. she^hiis leceiv^i.
her 'spring an?l Summer St?ck ?C F^I???:Uvlj|cJ?ilI?u?r>-- Hoofafi
selected by hevs?lf In pefsoii from tho aio^i, Jfjishionable. Modi^es- iii Ne.iv-...
York, and which for Style and Elegance.cannot be excelled, to which she.
invites every lady an4 gentleman wishing goods in her lin? to call and .ex
R?aT'and imitation rlalr G?ofis in endlees variely. together with Sash
Ribbo is, Bows; SoaVfs, 'Rnct?es, French and American Flowers, and iii short
everything to be found in a'Millinery Sidle.
?SrCbuntry Merchante cfinTi?t do better than to give my sto?k an in-,
spection and v>?H themselves, .ns to prices and style of Goods before pur-,
chasing els?whfire.v" ' : ' '.
AU parties may* rest assured that I wiH sell Goods cheaper than-any other ?
House tn this Gi tv.
.XII Broad St., Augusta, G^ " .
Apr 16 ' . ,* "' . 2ta" ? If
THE CREAT WARDROBE !
Cookes Clothing Store,
'?' ' No. Broftd St., Angfusta, ?a.,
IS NOW A GREAT WARDROBE,.amply supplied with ali Gooch suita
ble to the season, and to the testes requiremenis and means of the genearal
Public. .. . .. ~.
Everything in th*. way<? Men-an? Boys' CLOTHING, HATS, Omit*'
FURNISHING- GOODS, &c.,.&c,- from ?he Finest and Best to tbs Plainest
and Cheapest, always *n hfm?v and always-cheerfully shown td< those!who*
favor-us with* call. - wi <f ^it . - ? -? ''?.'?>'
Farmers aftd- Planters'tjan-now find ?rt this Mammoth FsfaMiaiimeirfrir
Hne of CH E?P CLOTHING especially suited to laborers and Farm Hands,"
and 'ftt; the moft tempting- prices: .
We ask a call froni all who desire anything a our Jibe,, aid we'guaran
tee 'satisfaction in Goods 'anl?'Pr?c?e;-. '
?* W. BL ANCHARD.
. Augusta, May 28. iJ<:. .> ^.3t 28 .