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iOOper Ana am.
?pared to "Settle,
e secured the services of Mr.
EUJAITKEESE, -well known to the peo
pie of Edgefield as a thoroughly reliable ?
and courteous gfentlenian^as Canvassing
AgonfcShd Collector $r the Advertiser :
aad oojrnmend hin? t??J^;kind'attention
of our patrons. We hopo those Indebted
to ?s?yr?i be prepared to settle, when our
collector calls on them:
From Over the Sea.
Our .friend, Mr. M. A. Markeri, is back
fiom over the sea-back in his old home,
where all are glad to welcome him. He
is wellt hearty and rejuvenated, and may
< be looked upon now as a man of vast
aad wonderful experiences. <
We were more than pleased to receive j
. itoPyeaterday- a visit from CoL &, M.
Gfaryv formerly of this State, but whofor J
tltelaf;t fifteen or twenty years has re
sided it Ocola, Fia., where he bas won
*h::gh renown in tho -legal profession, and
1 enjoya a widespread popularity and an
ecctensive practioe throughout East Flor
ista. ."* The Colonel ta a . younger * brother
^l'tfe?i. M. W. Gary, of our town, and
Oignes to Edgefield tb spend a few days
with tis brother?, ene he returns to his
home in the"*'Land ofFlbwers." We
hope to see him often, in bur sanctum
during; his sojourn in Edgefield.. .
*TVttrl?-...~ .-;-?-\ .if. .\ ..
..., Still Another Homicide.
., Wo regret to announce another homi
cide in Edgefield; On Thursday evening,
the 18th, young Mr. John Shinall, went
to^e ghi Abuse, of Mr. John Daniel,.
Where the latter was ginning cotton.
Whilst there Shinall and Daniel became
engaged in a quarrel, and the latter or
dered the former to leave* the premises,
which-he did,'afc the same time daring
Daniel to follow him into the public
? highway. -Daniel thereupon went-to bis
dwelling near-by, armed himself with a
pistol, and followed on after Shinall,
brandishing his pistol in his hand, until
he came up with Shinall some distance
down the road." They then engaged in
another quarrel, - and . Shinall, seeing
Daniel about to raise his pistol, fired on
Daniel, the ball striking his heart, and
of coursekilling him .instantly. These
facts we gather from ..the- - evidence ad
duced before 'toe'.Oprnner's inquest, W.
D. Rainey, Esq., Trial Justice, acting
as Coroner. The Jury ot Inquest re
turned^;;.yerdictin/ac?^rdance with the
On Monday,-Shinall-surrendered him
self to the Sh^tr^midisTiow in jail.
Yo^ngpaniel was a native of North
Carolina, but for the last three years had
beeaihVing' in:this - County, and during
the present*year farming on tho planta
tion of tlie late Mr, Jas. Armstrong, in
toe. neighborhood of . Antioch Church.
He is spoken of as a clever young gen
tleman;? and-was- well, esteemed by all
with whom he had made acquaintance
p&- We are indebted .to iriend, Lcbe
schultz for. files ol', late New York and
? i. .ii ! i ? -
19* An article signed "Kirksey's X
Roads," shall have M a place in the pic
ture," as soon as possible^ t ,
The People's Emporium.
This is the narne^of the famous New
Dry Goods and Grocer}' House of Messrs.
Dozier, Vaughn & Co., just opened at
Pine House. And verily it is a wonder.
There youvrilljrindmountainsfof Ladies'
Dress aid-Faney f?oods,< Ready Made
Chothing, Boots, Sqpes, Hats, Groceries?
<tc,itc. An overwhelming Stock, but'
selected with unusual care and judg
ment. But we haye only time now, or-,
the eve of going to press, to acknowledge,
the reception of their regular " big tiling"
in the way of an advertisement, which
we are forced to defer until next week
when we will haver something more to
say in reference to " The People'* Empo
rium" In the meantime go and look
through] Doner- Vaughn A Cb's Stock,
and yon' wiU be delighted .with their
goods and astonished at their low prices.
And Here Comer J. H. Ch ea th a rn,
With another big advertisement, telling,
the people all about the handsome Dress
Goods, Domestics, ?c, ?te, which he is
now receiving, but which advertisement
we are most'reluctantly compelled to de
fer until o?r n ext issue: Rut don1 t*wai t
for the publication of this announcement
of his new goods, but rush there forth
with, and-be among the first to seo the
hund'eds of pretty and stylish things
now being opened for inspection and
sale ai' his-mam moth establishment.
Read Them Ali!
Bead^attentively all the new and at
tractive cards in to-day's issue of the
.Advertiser. Next week we hope to have
time and space to make special mention
of each and every one of these new
favors from our advertising friends.
,_Ay?^veiy Time. .
?BS?tbrday.next fhe Palmetto Sabre
Clab will be out in full force-and a bril
liant drill and dashing tournament will
betrat in order; and then one bf May
bill G rim n's delight ful Barbecue Dinners
-and after dinner, the Dance ! We arc
assured thatmany young ladies will grace
the cc-cas.'.on with their presence ! And
consequently wa all are' looking forward
to th ? next -'regular drill day" with- un
usual interest, and anticipating a gay and
happy tinte! v? "? .ti . W
An- Interesting Report.
Mr. W. D. Ramey, Clerk of the Board
of County 'Commissioners, has.handed
iirforpublicatip.il,, tho Annual Report ol
tb? Itoardt, -showing the amount of in
debtednot* against the Connty audited
and allowed at their annual meeting on
lst'Sopt This Report we will publish
.in our hejrf issue.
Au Important Railroad Article. .
?> We have reeeived froui Charleston, a
railroad article* of far more than us?ml
scope and research. Said article sh;U
A>rm the leading feature ol' our next
: L?gal Matters.
??-Xf.^ Turner, Esq., Probate Jndge-.
gives notice that Mrs. A. A^and John R
Ham i lion will apply on the 2?th Sept.,
for letters of .-ul m i ni.stratum on the estate
or John C Hamilton, deed.
MaLW. L. Coleman will, on tho 29th
S?pt^makfva final settlement as Execu
tor on the Estate of Francis Posey, dee'd..
and at the saine time, apply for a final
discharge is Executor..
?*"? Meeting of Stockholder*.
. Weare authorized to' announce that
there will be a meeting of the subscrib
er-? to the capital-stock for Building a
Female ?'cademj\ at*the law biBce of ,J.
L. Addison, Esq., "on Saturday mon?r-g
?ext, the 27th, at 10 o'clock.. A full at
tendance of the stock-homers* i? desired,
as it proposed to organize and elect Trus
tees on that day.
-.- ' ?
jpr*,TB?H "StirAU bf PEKHIA is most
scrupulously particular about the fit and
faahloaof hi.* Boors and SHOKS, and ha?
beeu-kaownto chop, oil" his shoemaker's
head iir even the slightest mistake. Tue
onlv people we know of hero that Would
fflWily^tokeei) their heads on in such
- iijfoni aro ?vLL.vUrni'it MUJUU'I?BIN,
?.'Broad street. Wo fancy that if;
they did not'suit him,- from their iarge
and well's?le?ied stock, no one ever
The, Clang of Enterprise Break* the !
U Stillness. .
days of Smith & Jones ?L the- Carriage
and Wagon business-when the bell that
called their operatives to work, was the
regulator of ?iae in Edgefield. ' After
several years of silence, that bell again
clangs out its thrice-a-day : call. Nov it
calls cotton planters and?aborers toi_e ?
jaew Steam Gins and Press of Smith,
Jones ?fe. Co.- i*or. some time past, this
firm hasJbeonengaged in a very impor
tant work-the-putting up of'the said
Ginaknd Presi On Saturday last, they
were got into full operation;.and now
Messrs. Smith, Jones <fe Co invite all in-'
teres ted to call and observe their opera
tions. They furthermore solicit publie
patronage, with the guarantee of full sat
isfaction to those "favoring them with
their work. Their Gins-the Carver Gin
of East Bridgewater, Mass.-as is also
their Press, are driven by. a new and
beautiful Engine of 10-horse power, .with
sufficient capacity -for .running a half!
dozen; thereby insuring promptness and
dispatch in ginning all, the cotton that;
may be sent them. They have also ar
ranged amply, for keeping all lots of. cot
ton separate. And one of the firm will
be constantly on hand as superintendent.
They only ask a trial to prov? their
ability to serve the public worthily in
.this line^. -, . . v
The putting up and perfecting1 "of this
fine Cotton Ginning Establishment has
been done by Mr. Hobt Schley, of Au
gusta, a gentleman ftr-famed for this
sort of work, and whose education, in
telligence and antecedents make him''
"doubly reliable in it.
We are delighted to witness this evi
dence of life in our old town.
The " Steam Gin" is .now the centre of ]
all Attraction, Th? Smokestack would
do honor to the Great Eastern. ,
Messrs. M. Lebeschultz, J. H.
Cheathara, and J. M. Cobb, of the firm
-of G rifun <fc Cobb, have all returned from
New York, where they bought unusual
ly large stocks of goods in their, respec
Prominent Trade Points in Augusta.
The autumn having fairly set in, our
columns, as usual at this season, begin
to be filled with announcements from
many prominent merchants and busi
ness men of Augusta. For all these an
nouncements, which will be found inj
other columns of this week's Advertiser,
we beg special attention.* We mention
some of them in particular :
COM FORT F?RT_E -STOMACH.
COMFORT FOR THE KITCHEN, COM
FORT FOR WINTER IIOUSES.-A11.
this sort of comfort is a great problem
with family people. And it can be at
tainedonly.by means of the. improved
Cooking Stoves and Heating Stoves ol
the present day.. In Augusta no house
keeps a larger or handsomer stock of j
these than the Messrs'/ Delph, opposite j
the Planters Hotel. William I Delph
and Wallace I. Delph, Ed yeti old-born
men, are both constantly present in their
popular Establishment, ready and able
to give satisfaction to thc most exacting
customers. They also sell Hardware,'
Tinware und Woodwaro.
DETERMINED TO CONTROL A
LARGE EDGEFIELD TRADE-Such
is the confident asseveration of those
strong and first-class Dry Goods men,
Powell ifc Muller, of the South Carolina
Ste? e. Their salesmen are all from our
side of the river ; and prominent .among
them is Mr. Preston L. Wright, of Edge
field. Besides all manners of Dry Goods,
from the very costliest to the very cheap
est, Powell <fc*Muller are Agents for the
latest stylo of ladies Muff's. See the pic
ture of the Mu? in another column. So
splendid a store, and such meritorious
gentlemen as Powell <fc Muller, cannot
fail to receive immense patronage-and
" control a large Edgcfiold trade."
_J._W. TURLEY SMILING AT JAY
COOKE <fe C?;-We do not m.qat.that our
benevolent friend, the great. Dry Goods
man, is rejoicing at the trowbles of tho
fallen bankers, but simply that he
smiles in serene confidence amid the
panic. Aud thus smiling, he makes his
usual fall announcement to his troops ol
patrons throughout Edgefield, notifying
them that in all branches'of the Dry
Goods business he has made ample pre
parations for the season^ If the ladies
of Edgefield wiK now procure the latest
Novelties in fashionable attire, they have
but to repar to the beautiful establishment
of Jas. W. Turley. What stirer guarantee
of success in shopping at Turley's than
that Turley smiles at Jay Cooke <fe Co. ?
???r A newspaper to be called the Tim
monsvillo News is to be published at
Timmonsville, S. C., next month. The
editor says it will be " Democratic to the
We see that Procter & Gamble's
Extra Olive Soap is becoming very pop
ular in our city. Its quality we know is
superior, and being nicely perfumed we
are not surprised that consumers prefer
it. and that it has a large sale. Sm 27
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STR0M6?
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "a thousand ills,19simply
by Tonina up,Invigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
^curing Dyspepsia, .Liver: Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affection s,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or ? low
state of the system? Being free
from Alcohol, in any form? il*
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding r?ac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and neuf
life into all parts of the system,
und building np an Iron Con
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strongf healthy, and
happy men and women; and .
invalids cannot reasonably hts?
Hate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in Hie glass*
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 Miltou Place, Boston. ,
s otto BT DaVoAUTg'^sj, IHAXLT".
Sept. 24, ?owly 40
jy A Clergyman writing ta a dear
tri?nd says, V;My voyag? .to Europe is
indefinitely postponed. I have discov
ered the "fountain of health" on this
side .of the: Atlantic, Three bottles ef |
Peruvian Syrup have rescued ms from
thepangs of the fiend Dyspepsia." Dys
peptics should drink from;this fountain,
I . Gallaher & Mulherrin, 28? Broad
Street, Augusta, Ga.,
"Are offering wonderful bargains in La
dies' and Gents Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
They offer: ( .
Ladies' 18 thread lace Gaiters, TTar
ranted, at $2.40 per pair.
' Ladies'12 thread lace Gaiters, at $1.60
Ladies' Goat, Pebble Grain and Mo
rocco Boots, from $2.00 to 92.50 per pair.
?. 1 Misses' Goat and Pebble Grain School
Shoes, from $1.75 to $2.25 per pair.
Men and Women's Co ara o Shoes at ?
$1.00 per pair.
Men's. Heavy Boots at 32.50 to $3.00 per
Men's Wool Hats at 50 cents each.
And other goonda in proportion. 3m36.
WINDOW GLASS--Great attention is
now deservedly paid - to' the kinds pf
Window Glass used in dwellings, stores
and churches All qualities of American
and French Window, Picture, Photo
graph, Cut, Ground, Enameled and Col
ored Glass, wholesale, and retail, from
Mr. P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne street,
Charleston, S. C. Send for price card.
AUGUSTA, Sept 23.
GOLD-BuyingatllO and selling at 112.
COTTON.-To-day's market opened
with a fair demand at 15} for middlings.
During the day it became firmer and
prices advanced i, making middling 153.
It closed, however, dull and irregular at
that figure. Sales, 660, and receipts, 759
LARD.-We quote: Tierces and bbls.,
1 10i(5)ll cans and kegs, 12(5n2}c.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.-Eggs, 20
Country Butter-well worked, 15@20;
Tennessee, 20@27i. Chickens-grown,
BACON-Clear Sides, 12* pi. 121; C. R.
Sides, 1U; Shoulders, 10?10?; Hams.
15? 16}; D. S. Sides,.10?ll; D. 6.
Shoulders, 9i; Long Clear Sides, 9f@
10 ; D. S. BelUes, 10?? 10}.
CORN-White-by ?ar load, 92; yel
WHEAT-Amber, $177@185; red,
$1 67@1 77 ; White, $1 95?2 00.
FLOUR.-City Mills-Stovall's Mill
The Pride of Augusta, $10 75 ; Golden
Sheaf, $9 75; Extra, $9 00; Little Beau
ty, $8 50. Augusta Mill-Gilt Edge,
$10 75; A No. 1, $9 75; Extra, $850;'lip.
Top, $8 75 ; O. K. Superfine, $7 75. Gran
ite Mill-Pilot, $8 25; Sunbeam, $8 75;
Double Extra, $9 75; Fanny Family,
?31I OQ. Country and Western Flour*
$5 75@10 25.
OATS-White and mixed; 60@62;
Black Seed, 85; Red Rust Proof, $1.
PEAS-We qnote at $125? 135.
A. OOR MEN who want homes can buy
from SO to 100 or 200 acres very cheap
from the HU user i ber. *
T will sell (guaranteeing good titles) at
^the low price of $2 per acre-half cash
The lands are joining Col. G D. Minis,
-Fulmor and others, on both sides of j
Edisto river. If not disposed of at pri
vate sale, the said lands (1350 acres) will
be offered at public salo, at. Edgelield'C.
H., on the first Monday in November
next, in lots to suit purchasers.
JOHN E.' B?CON.
Apply at Office of Bacon it Adams,
Edg?field C. H.
Sept. 17,,, . . lm j 39
SfiATTERFIELD LANDS FOR
IOFFER at private sale my Homestead,
containing 170 acres: On this place
1 ?fere i:> a new framed house, containing
five rooms. Also,, a good Store House,
and an excellent country stand to sell
goods. There is a good Barn, Cabins,
and all necessary out buildings; the wa
ter is unsurpassed, and the place is ono J
of the most desirable in North-west Edge
field-as the Doctor? say j ii. is distress
ingly healthy; no malaria-no chills.
We have lived ons. the jdaee eighteen
years, and never had a chill in our fami
- - -ALSO
IOO Acres known as the Clieatham traot.
210 Act es, Lying on Reedy Croek. On
this place there is fifty a?res of good
creek bottoms, which will make froin 25
to 30 bushels of corn per acre. Ateo
about one hundred acres of heavy tim
bered pine forest^-and a Steam Saw Mill.
located on this place that will saw all the
stock hauled to it on shares.
There is timber enough, on all these
places to pay the purchase money when
made into lumber. Tho land is well
adapted to Corn, Cotton, and Small Grain,
and particularly to Oats.
I will sell all collectively, or separately,
j -the abovo named tracts-to suit pur
Here is a rare chance to purchase one
of the best farms in the np country.
I will take pleasure in showing the
places to any one wishing to purchase.
TERMS-One-half cash ; balance on a
credit of one and two years, With interest
from date at 10 per cent, per annum.
Address, Phoenix, Abbeville, S. C.
Sept. 17, 4t 39
Land For Sale. .
THE Subscriber offers for sale FIVE
HUNDRED ACRES of good Pine
Land, well adapted to Cotton, and lying
five miles East of Edgefield Village and
four miles from Johnston's Depot.
The said Land will be sold m a body,
or in lots to suit purchasers. For terms,
apply to, * J. A. BLAND.
Sept. 16, 4t 39
. 176 Broad Street,
?E0S leave to inform the people of ]
Kdgelield that he is now recoiv.ng af
large assortment of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
' FANCY GOODS, ?tc. ' *
?zafirWatches, Clocks and Jewelry re
paired at short notice, and warranted.
On hand an Extensive Assortment of
Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.
All of which he will sell lower than any
other HOUBO throughout the Southern
Slates. Give him a cali and convince
. No trouble to show Goads.
Remember the place-176 Broad Street
Aug 27 ly36
GEO. E. RATCLIFFE. W. II. CHEW.
GEO. E. RATCLIFFE k CO
AND' . .
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 14, JACKSON STREET,
33EG to announce that they have aoom
. modlous Fire-Proof Warehouse, and are
prepared to make liberal cash advances
oh Cotton and Other Produce. .
BAGGING and TIES alway?on hand.
Commission for soiling Cotton, $1 per
bale, ? ..?..?i jr > .'. ? t ??A
,SJ\Mr. E. P. H. KIRKSEY, at Pine
House, is our authorized Agent for the
?do of Guano, Bagging, Ties, dec.
Augusta, Sept. 10, 3m 58
CAEW?LI & SAMS,
JOHNSTON'S DEPOT, S, C.,
D 'y ?. .
?DEGtoannouncu"to their " friends and customers pf Edgefield and ad
joining Counties, ibat they-are now. receiving from New York and Baltimore
a large and.wel] selected Stock of
ITall &t Winter Groods,
--r-C?naisting in part of
Fancy, Staple ?nd Domestic Dry Goodga good stock,
Men and Boys> CLOTHING,
HATS and CAPS in great variety,
BOOTS and SHOES made to order,
Our GROCERY .DEPARTMENT ia now stocked with^a'aplendid assort
ment,'suchas .? -
BACON, HAMS, MOLAS3ES, SALT, .' s"
FLOUR, MEAL. LARD, CORN, OATS,
' BAGGING' and .TIES,
, TOBACCO and SEGARS,
CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD and HARDWARE,
And in fact everything generally found in a First Class' Country Stork
au which we have marked down to the lowest figures.
Give us a call, and save your Railroad expenses, freight, drayage, &c. .
We have made ample facilities for the purchas? 'of GOTTON, and will
buy all offered, and give the highest price.
C?RWILE & SAMS.
Johnston's Depot, Sept 17 *3m 38
J. B. HILL & CO.,
Dealers in *
Staple I Fancy Dry Goods,
Hoots, Shoes, Hats,
Crockery, Hardware, Wooden and Willow
READY MADE CLOTHING.
WE ALSO MAKE.A SPECIALITY OF
All Grades-And Always Fresh and Pure.
Tobacco, Segars, Pipes.
And Thousands of Miscellaneous
Articles too Numerous
(Q* Our Fall $tock is now daily arriving from New
York and Baltimore.
HJ" Call in and inspect our Goods before Purchas
(Q3* We will endeavor to mark our Price? to suit
one and all.
Sept. 10, tf 38
M STOCK FALL Al Will
... - . ?
0. F. CHEATHAM,
Johnston's D?pota S. C.
?S NOW -OPENING a carefully selected Stock of ' Fall and Winter
Goods, embracing . ?..-..-.
Beautiful Dress Goods
Ready Made Clothing, '
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Ladies' SHAWLS and Balmoral SKIRTS,
Dress TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS. BUTTONS, ?bl,
GLOVES. CORSETS, HOSE and Half HOSE,
HANDKERCHIFES, COLLARS, CUFFS,
Ladies" and Gent's UNDERVESTS,
Gent's FURNISHING GOODS.
Groceries, a Full and Varied Stock.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIN, WOOD and HARDWARE,
Sole LEATHER, Calf and Kip SKINS,
Shoemaker's Goods in great variety,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, and everything in the line,
TRUNKS, VALISES, Carpet SACKS, ' .'
TIES and BAGGING, . ?
TOBACCO and SEG?RS, a choice stock,
Hair, Nail and Tooth BRUSHES, . . .
CONFECTIONERIES in endless variety, ?'
PAPER, ENVELOPES, &c, &c.
jggTAll of the above Goods, and-a great many others, which I have ad
ded tc tny Stock to meet the wants bf ray increasing trade, were bought in
person from the best Houses in New'York and Baltimore,, at unusually low
prices, and l am selling the same at VERY SHORT PROFITS.
I?r*Th? public are most respectfully invited to call and examine this
Stock for their own satisfaction. . . . -
O. T\ CH?ATHAIW.
Johnston's,Depot, Sept 17 .V '-8m 80
Edgefield Medical Society.
X HE Annual Mooting of tho Edgofield
Medical Society will bebeld at Edgofield
CH., on tbe first Monday In October, ait
ll o'clock, A. M., at which tbe aunual
election for officers will be held. A full at
tendance is expected..
By order, of tbe President.
P. H.- AI>?MS, Sec'ry. .
Septl7 8t' . 3?
300 bushels SEED OATS.for" Bale,
by 0. SHEPPARD & CO.
Kirksoys X Roads, S. C. .
Sept.? tf ? 87
Cooking and Heating:
Stoves at Retail. Pictures
of each, with iViII de*crip
tions, as. well as prices and
lists Of tiii rn it ure for Cook
Stoves, will to promptly
sent on application.
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
Charleston, 8. C.
Sept*. vt" . . 87
Sewing Machine Needles.
ALWAYS on batid tbe Howe Sewing
a tf. CH EA TH AM.
CLISBY & LYNCH,
Edi; eli eld, g. C.,
Dealers in all Kinds ol'
Wines, Brandies, Segars, Tobacco, &c.
We invite the attention of our patrons and the public to our Stock ol
Goods, which is now complete in every Department, and which we guaran
tee Fresh.and Reliable.
We will- be pleased to furnish all persons who desjre goods in our line,
feeling confident that we can give satisfaction b?th in prices and quality of
. Sept 2 tf 37
W. a HOWARD. JR.,
, No. 237 Broad Street,
Poullain'8 Corner, Opposite Globe Hotel,
. ' LARGE STOCK OF
Bacon, Corn, Flour,
Molasses, Sugar, Coffee,
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
Tobacco, Bagging, Ties,
Pickles, Can Goods, &c,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
J?T'Qrders receive prompt attention.
W. S. HOWARD, Jr.
Augusta, Sept 2 3m 37
.M. 0. GLOVER. F. M. STUBBS. H. B. HARRISON.
Glover. Stubbs i Harrison
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
169 Broad Street, under Augusta Hotel,
Have Now on Hand and Arriving :
A TULL STOCK OF NEW GOODS,
Bacon, Corn, Flour, Meal,
LARD, CHEESE, SALT, SOAPS,
Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Syrups, .
RICE, MACKEREL, CANDLES,
BAGGING AND T I E|S,
All Grades Whiskey, Wine, Brandy, Gin, &c,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
&e., Sec.,. &c.
Thankful for the liber?l patronage we are now receiving, we hope by
strict attention to business to hold and increase the same. We will keep\|
none but the best grade of Goods, and are determined to sell at as low
figures as anv House in the City.
GLOVER, STUBBS & HARRISON,
Augusta, Sept 2 tf. 37 '
T. JONES & SON.
JOHNSTONS DEPOT, S C.
WOULD respectfully inform their friends and patrons that they havein
Store, and arriving, '
A COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Consisting in part of the following Goods :
CORN, MEAL, HOMINY,
RICE, SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS,
: FLOUR, LARD, Magnolia HAMS, CHEESE,
MOLASSES, SYRUP, VINEGAR,
RAISINS, CANDY. PICKLKS.
STARCH, CANDLES, PEPPER, ALLSPICE,
TOBACCO, all grades Chewing and Smoking.
CROCKERY and HARDWARE, a l?rge and varied assortment,
' BAGGING and TIES, a large supplv,
SALT, IRON, &c.,' &c"
Together with maay articles not enumera teil, ali ol which will be Bold us
low as such Goods can he bought. elsewhere.
' We thank our numerous friends and customers tor their liberal patron
age, and pledge ourselves to guarantee satisfaction to all who favor us with
We will be iii tho Cotton market, folly prepared to handle all Cotton
offered ua, and at the highest cash the'murket will ?iflord.
To our time customers we will allow ll per cunt, per month discount on
all bills paid before due.
Examine our Stock and prices before going elsewhere.
T. JONES <fc SON.
Johnston's Depot, Aug 20. 4t 35
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
FaU & Winter Trade.
WE are now receiving from FIRST HANDS our Fall and Winter
Stock of .
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND TRUNKS*
Which'we.will Sell to the Trade at
MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICES !
Our Stock is.the.LARGEST that has ever "been offered in this Market,
and to the Wholesale Trade we arc determined that.No House
North Shall Undersell us. r<
Our Retail Department
I^auppli?d with a full line of the BEST PHILADELPHIA and BALTI
. .* " MORE GOODS,
Made to Oar Own Order and Warranted to Give Satisfaction
. Prices in this Department are always As Low as the Lowest.
GALLAHER & MULHERIN,
L83 Broad .St., AUGUSTA; GA.
August** Aug ?7 M 3m 36
-0-.;i i-rt s-?t^ ?-? '
With, many thanks to my friends, customers, and the public generaTly,*?br
a patronage which has been large, liberal, and constant, 'I Ww beg leave to
respectfully announce that I have lately associated witji 'me in^His?ness
Messrs. W. E. and D. J. LANDRLM, under the style and 'title'of QHEfc
HAM, LANDRUM & CO.; and with assurances 'of, renewed e?lffrJS^ie
serve the-confidence and support of the public, earnestly request a continu
ance of their favors.. 0. F. CEtEATK&M. -1
-o- - ...?*->? ^ mfm
-MI' lu W* ;
. . *. ?
l Having become associated with* Mr. O. F. OHEATHAM, iii ?tnn-?hy
Goods and Groceiy Business, ?t Ed?efield C. H., under Ib'e^rni 'jf?me of
. FOB THE
Fall <fe Winter Trade.
W. E. LANDRUM,
'* >;*^; ?
j,, -fit? M?N '
f I ^ ?
, -LuuLr iBi ? Co.
. JN o. 1, Jrark Kow,-- ,
ARE now receiving a VERY BARGE and COMPLETE- 'STOCK O F
GOODS for the Fall and Winter ; Trade. -Their Stock . will be found-./ull
and varied in all Departments.- I Whilst in our DRESS D??AJ?TME$T
challenge comparison, both in quality and price, , as to this. -Depajrtmj^.oyr
Mr. Cheatham has paid especial attention.
Our DRESS GOODS range from 12fcets. to $1.50 per-yard: ?3 . -
Japanese POPLINS, very handsome, at 70c, 80c, 85c.,-90c., $l,00r$i,li>
$l,2&per yard. "
BLACK SILKS very cheap, - . .?oV "
SATTINES, all the latest shades, at 65c. to $1,00 per.yard.
Plain and Corded ALPACAS at 30-and 35cts. . ' -A"*
A beautiful line of DRESS GOODS at 50 cts. per yard.
We also beg to call especial attention to our SHAWL DEPARTMENT;
which will be found larger, more handsome and cheaper than ever Offered*
in this market,.before or since the war. . .v?tr>h?* Ir&w-*.
We still haye on hand a superior article'of'LADIES' 'SHOES, manufac
tured to order. Buy them, they . are; much' cheaper in "the end than1 the'
Eastern Shoes. ' ... '
HATS, a large"ass?rl
Ladies' TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED
some very handsome and stylish.
All of which will be sold at retail as low sis any
States. .... .'.'*. ' \ j . '
'Give us a call and you will- be convinced that we mean'business? vi,r'
??f .... ?
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
In rear.of thc Dry Goods Store, is filled with everything in the .Grce' ;v
line, such as- .... ...j " '"sf* .
BACON SIDES and SHOUDERS, HAMS, "
LARD, BUTTER, CHEESE, MACARONI/'
CORN, MEAL, FLOUR, OATS, '
MOLASSES, SYRUPS, SALT, . (.?
: Chewing and Smoking.TOBACCO, SEGAPuS, ' <
CRACKERS, POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, &c, kc. . , .'/
All of which will be sold at the* lowest ma-ket prices. ' . ; < /
OHE?THAM, LANDRUM & O?.
At Pine House, ?
now receiving and rapidly opening a LARGE and. COMPLETE
neut of - * " - ;; ;.(. ; ; ... ~?,? ^
I* 1 ' '1 1 ' ' ' ? '-ir.
Goods md Graeems.
7 ? <W
Their Stock is. ALWAYS FULL, aid on'calling ou them "y. cru will
never be disappointed. . .. . Vi.V'- '
f Shoes/ Nothing, Bats,
Foreig? and Domestic Dry Goods,
' CROCKERY, TIN, WQ0?) AND WILLOW WARE, - ' '
^ ?.'i i?* ?*>rw.:-> -i v-wi-'^.'trooi >tawt
Are a few ainong the many articles they keep always o?'hand?*wa ?o?
The highest prices, paid for COTTON.' Wrap it up well, ';?Wto 'do'that
procure the best'and heaviest BAGGING AND TIES, .always on. hand lc
SAMS & CARWIL?U :
Pine House, Sept'2 4 . .. tf. 37'..
....... ? ... ' .
SADDLES, HAR N IE S S,
Leathers of all Rinds, Shoe ^ridings, Mtiiig^
TEUNKS,-BHIDLESf, W H I PS,
And a Full Stock of Well Selected Gootk
Also, Thc Well Tried
Either Iron or Wood Axles^-The most, satisfactory Wagon new in lise,/and,
WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT. .
. 6m , 36
Augusta, Aug 2i
ESTABLISHED IINT 1850.
. .. i r.; .-.
J9L. IPYOTxt&sXxt ?fis S3oiv
Tho subscribers would respectfully inform tho citizens of Edgefield, ,an(Laar
roonding country, that tliey keep a special establishment for thc
Repair of Watciies.and Jewelry. .
Also, HATTI WORK, in every design, made to order. All work entrn8t?di4o
their care will bo executed Promptly, K atly, and warranted jot one year.
At their. Slur? will bc found une of the largest Stocks of j
Gold and Silre* Weighes
Ofthe bosl Huronean and.American Manufacture in the Southern. Statcs.'wrth a
select assortment of Rich and-Kow Styles ol' ETRUSCAN GOLD JEW lil .RV,
set W??? Diamond.s, Pear'i., Rubies, Or?e?iral Garnets, Coral; <kc.
Reminu'ton's 1'fSTOLS, and many other*- if th,; Jutent iuyeution
FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, W.U.K H>'C CXNES. and FANCY GOQDS
of every varie* to be found in a iirst-cla i Jewelry establishment. Old Gold und
Silver taken in exchange for goods.
A. PRONTA UT &..SOfN
2^6 Broad St., between^Cem ral and^lobe Hotels, Aiigusta-.-Qii^K
SUte of South Garcia
... AT . . i'd* Wi
Sept2S ' ? ? -
mm i 11 i,miJ.-n.i"?M?im??i"
Due West ?Female College
opens Oct . fith.
.. Board $15 per
month, including ' Fuel and "washing.
Send for a Catalogue.
J. I. BONNER,
' Due West, S.C. .
Aug. 26 . . 6t :J6
Tuition ?J0 a Session.
TUE Finy-fiftli.' Session will bgrhjijon
the lr?tfr ?f October,' and^t?rhunato
i earlv in March following. *ftiv '.'..iripl^
-:-u- tion'of the Hosj)ital addraonw.now verti^
C. H. PHINIXY. F. R. PHINIZY. ! ble thc F^ulty. to say^that \\XQ yu^rg^L
CW..M .. . A ^ ^ . I advantages of ?i? fechool'aro uusurpesfe'd.
. Jd? A lilllie J WO y Ut i in view of the impoy?riim?d (?onaition
of the State, and the?cti^ickirif^f^ljjir^
?/opa created* by soiiioof the S?hooLs.?t
thc South and Wost^thcchai-ges afenow
.AKE Liberal Advanceson Consign
monb? of COTTON. Ruy and Sell Con
tracts for future delivery.in this market,
of New York. Keep constantly on hand
a large assortment of BADGING and
TIES. Agents for the celebrated
Wi us li ip Cotton Gin. .
Augusta, Sept 2 . i 3m37 >
XTO. 1 MACKEREL," best quality,' by J
JM Kit or single, " ]
Goshen BUTTER, i - ,
RAISINS and CANDIIiS,
MOLASSES and SYRUPS, just re
CHEATHAM, LANDRUM ?feCO. >
Sept. 17, tf v. .39 .
1 . " Italian MACARONI,
I Tubdoshe? BUTT?R^'
, G. L. PENN &iSOJ?J->4
Sept. 17, tf "58 '
only shiBciont to meotr current expe?se?"
of the Institution. . ' ^wa -?fl
Boanl can be obtained ui.Charleat^aT
as reasonable rates as?n any Alargo tyty .
Circular? sent upon- application to>&?r?i-k
R. A.KINL'OCH, m. \m '
. Dean ot Faculty., ,
.. ,. . : i. . ?- .... A V
.VING accepted a Traveling
nity of returning ni?ny. tnanka^to^th'e
citizens of Edgefi*;d County "loiMgff
liberal .patronage ' they bcatowed. u^on"
mo Svhils?:,C?nvassi?g 'Agent ;for the
eror old' rbti^3lfe,,f^'eeler' ?^??***1
my friends and iratron?^r '
Mi';*G-;**l\ ArjQ*ersoh''^^?it?n?aii w?K"
th^?f ?clrj?tronaga*'.'" '