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Crowned With lfoman's Starry Crown
of love,' Piety and Honor.
An aged lady has departed from among
ns crowned with woman's starry crown
of love, piety and' honor-a woman who
rw??"tx)rrj ?ir,?c.g|el&-wl>en Edgefield
consisted of buttbalf ^ozen houses., j
This was Mrs. E1^^iinis7?-irnTj%l?cron &
"Wednesday, the 4th inst., at the home
of her son, Dr. EoVard Mims, at John
ston-aged eighty-four y>arsand a few
months. Mrs. Minis, whose family name
was Tatt, was thejrelict of the late Mat
thew Mims, a prominent citizen of Edge
field throughontIds life; and she had
lived for many years a widow. She was
also a sister of th|fc shining Christian so
loved among us tui former days-Miss
Polly Tutt. The fleath of this lady, who
had lived until sie became an epitome
of tho history of|Edg?field, is naturally
a notable and a fed event among us
stirring up all th? holier feelings of our
hearts, and makbg us think of better
p-tirnos and better rpeopl e. On Thursday
\last, in the presence of a weeping com
munity, her remains were laid by the
side of her husband's, in the family bury
ing ground, at the old Tutt place, across
the Beaver Dam. About this death and
burial there waa. a saddening yat inter
esting memory of tho long, long past.
Never perhaps has a life exhibited
througha changefuland checkered course
so changeless achazacter of piety, un
selfishness, gentlen3ssand affection, as
that of the honored wornan whose death
we record. No lifo so goo^ and kind and
'loving as hers is ever in vain, its influ-J
guee always brings better th?ughtsaim I??
1 thus ,her 'life, h
ly realized in her
Death of Goodwyn M. Roper, Esq,
This sad evoutc,|i?ot unexpected, took
place on Tuesday ?tho 18th instant, at the
residence of Mr.iRenajah Rambo, broth
er-in-law of Mr. ?Roper. The funeral
took place on Wednesday, the 19th, atj
?Sweetwater Churra-in^ the-native sec
f Goodwyn Roper^vas one of naturo'
noblemen-loved, esteemed, respected b;
.IL But he i3gon? forever! Thus, i
oblest citizens ?re passing away
ast Eternity, ha?, the past is buta
laVd of dreams! (And yet it looks bright
when compared rith the future.
Mr. Roper wasfin the 65th year of his
.Up to th? time of our going to
ress, at noon oi-Wednesday, no colli
son between wi ?tes and blacks has ta
ken place at Rid) B Spring, notwithstand
ing the many \ ind exciting rumours.
And from the pfesent status of matters
there, wo have Int little idea indeed that
any collision wifi take place.
?Sf-The call ir tho Radical Nomina
ting Convention^ our paper this week,
is work whicbjl) do for money-and for
moneyf jdonejg. comes entirely in the
wish our readers
calamitous. K quan?ty of min coi
now ?Uer thfact that, the cottm crop
this section jn be Tery seriously ci
tailed. A gentleman living etjhtmi
below U3r to?. us a day or twcago tl
he had a co to field of twenty acres,
which thc c iton was so dry and rimer
that the sht 'ps and dews of nigh had :
visible effet upon it. This (<-ougI
however, dies not prevail In all 5ctioi
Of OUr COttlJjr.
five days past, the iigh
ts have been decidedly
In fact, tlfijgQts are absolutely M.
with scod fejr noons how ove:
of our to| J
t was a day of fcfresjn
rthe Baptist conrregt,i0:
The Rev. Mr. Parsor c
g, not only came, tomeeihi
, but brought withuim h,
lliams oi GreenvillUon^o
d most popular BatisiVj.
State-or in our ?lntr?
s preached in the fe nooi,
and Mr. Pearson in the evenin The
monthly punday School Cone wal
held in the. afternoon-Mr. Pear i ad
dressing the children. The other C reli
es being closed, the congregation : all
throe occasions w?re exceptionally ge.
And whatever elso of tbi3 dav's i :h
ing our people may forget, we trui ey
will long remember Dr. Williams':
ly Christian exhortation to more di
reading and study of the Holy
tures. Dr. Williams attributes al
?leal Rf modern infidelity, and r&tl\
Ism, and laxity, to want of reading
Our popular fellow citizen, Col. Tl.
?. BJ icon, has just returned home* frL
ui ea tended tour through the Lake i
rions of New York and Ohio. He wi
n to1 ra on Monday last, and chattod il
eresl ingly with large knots of frienc
once ming political opinions and bea;
ngs ? t tho North. Ho reports a decide
nd v ery favorable change of feeling U
irard! i the South among tho people <
"for tl ern New York and Ohio-the rani
st Ri :dical regions perhaps in Ameri?
ie fe irs, however, from much he ha
?en i ad heard, that there is only to
reat; Vuth in the report that it is th
sod; btermination of the extreme Radi
d pa pr to colonize the negroes in Soutl
iroll a, Mississippi and Louisiana ; an<
J thij ks thej3i_js decided danger to ou
stiask?m the late movements of the ne
rro elliott. This man voluntarily re
inqaishing ?5,000 a year in Congress foi
COO ?year in tho Legislature of Sdutl
?aroiina, looks very much as if ho had
teen chosen by his party to engineei
ome important political scheme. OJ
ourse his talk of reform is the pures!
osh-against which the white people
liould be strictly on their guard. Col.
aeon openly and strongly urges the
rict tabooing of all colored men who
Dteforthe party# of corruption in the
uuing elections. He says, by all the
nvers cf earth let sueh negroes severely
one-to bo supported by tho party they
And in this connection, wo will re
arse something of thc farming opera
ms of a gentleman and his son living
our immediate section, to show that it
possible for our planting public to get
mg very well without these negroes
io prey upon us year by yeur, all toe
io voting to keep our necks under the
ke. This gentleman, assisted by his
i, a lad of sixteen, has pl/inted and
rked this season 37 acres in corn and
ton-and up to this time he has paid
i ?12 for negro help. Ho expects to
r not another cent. Hin corn crop, ci
cely une. iriscot-"'
f^Zd pe?n?ts in abundance, aid
ag finely. It is Mr. Erasmus x oung
od, Jr. _
>he prisoners in our jail, mostly, if
; all, colored, send ns a scrawl; which,
n? reduced to good English, amounts
this: Messrs Editors-We, as po?
?d h^ blessed us with the ministrations
sucha good man as the Rev. "ft in.
"ornas, who, on Saturday last, caine??
d spent some time with us, readjg
balking for the -elfaro of ouirso^
ul cloyne ^ ^rt^^SA ?-Jtn ^
io 3rd Chapter of John, and assured I
mt whosoever believcth in Christ sh?j
ot perish but shall have overlastinj
fe. We must say that this good preache
as dono more for us than any one w<
ver saw. Ho lias often given us papei
nd books, and poiuted us tho way froi
arth. to glory. Ho has done more for u
ian the colored preachers, for the
eem to care nothing for us. N<
ne of them ever comes ir* to see u
o we pray that God may reward M
'homas in Heaven. Signed: "Tl
?risoners in Edgefield Jail."
The reason the negro preachers do m
isit theso prisoners, is that they wi
irobably n'ot be ont in time to vote ne
all. Of all your politicians the neg
?reacher is the most thorough, thc mo
bsorbed, the most indefatigable. Ar
if all political gatherings, the neg:
ichings are tho purest and most en
Among the negro preachers,
l^iy faith are yo saved," b
Radical party and go
erwiso and go to hell."
? Howers in or abo
?LMrs. Dr. Sandel
He is now lying ill nt tho home
?s sister, Mrs. Benajah Rambo, and
ittle hopo of his recovery can bc
ere was an amateur Theatrical En
nment in Aiken on Friday evening
y *, for a charitable purpose One of the
ef_ ?rhtest and most admired young la
t? s of our acquaintance wrote us a very
ij- irming note of invitation to this En
a&tainment. We thank her profoundly
j the honor she did us. We could not
but sent two of our handsomest and
tsfciest young friends to represent us.
fey charged through in a glistening
kgy, drawn by two ?splendid bays,
jd they had an entrancing time with
play-actors and the dancers. They
Iresent the stylish Miss K. R. and Dr.
mmet Teague as having boen the his
mic stars of tho occasion. "When they
limed and we asked them what sort
imo they had had, they answered us
s: "Houp la.' ain't that fruit?" So
? tippy way of expressing admiration
p satisfaction is to exclaim : " Houp
aiu't that fruit?" Remember it. On
fir way back they got lost at night
ong the numberless roads of the
jken sand country, and had to stop till
prning. One of them buzzed and bum
ed until morning liko a honey (not a
^hnny) Bec, while the other immedi
?ly sat up a temporaiy manufactory of
t?quet Cologne. Let no one imagine,
wever, that they were so tippy that
y tipped clean over.
Mr. Lazarus Wall, Town Marshal, is
?olbctiug tho compound for road-work
ng. Poor Laz ! he has an awful timo of
t. And all the while he looks as amia
ileas Theodore Tilton. In fact he is
.orv much like the pictures of Theo
The latest departure from our town,
r a summer tour, is that of Mrs. Ex
v. Pickens and Miss Douschka Pick
They go first to Beaufort (pro
need Bolort) on the North Carolina
'"Wt, which of late years has become a
'^ular and fashionable bathing place.
^jlo were very much pleased to wel
' U^into ouv office, on Tuesday, our
"*riend and patron, Blanchard, of
o's Clothing Store," Augusta, who
m up to Edgefield on a matter of
g |ss. Mr. Blachard assures us that
ing of Capt. Butler was faithfully
ferally detailed by the city pa
P?*4d that tho murder was most hor
ril^Won and unprovoked. So much
sot i id, that not a murmur has been
hea?>\ongthe ;- ,groes, many of whom
attend Capt. Butler's funeral.
Th? tist Church will be closed on
Sundafext. There will be service,
howeviin both tho Episcopal and
A friejiow at Saratoga writes us in
a strain* great astonishment at the
plainness female dress there. Our
letter sa?? Everything very handsome
but prodWsly plain-dresses almost
exclusiv?J)iack or white, or tho two
commingLreiicved by asingio colored
bow, and kplaced in the hair. Floun
ces, and filers, and Howers, and fur
belows, h^giyen place in a great de
cision of rich .and costly
thy and fashionable wo
ijod by her laces. The
lessly plain-no frizzes,
no curls, nobles-only a severe plait
crawling up i backbone, as it were, of
the head-anio ornament but the sin
gle colored bd fue chief objects row,
with tho fasltablo woman, is lia? j
much costly lidio ca"---,^??"?nm
ftf?fen look, a?how tightly she can tie
-?uiong tho Mng^pcople at home i^r
summer vacam, is our little friend
Pinekney Blalfc, who has been, for the
last session, ir*artanburg, under thc
care and tuitioBf Prof. Walker, who,
until it was l?cn down by Radical
misrule, so ablftperintended the Asy
lum for tho mb, Deaf and Blind.
Pinekney, wh<|; intelligence and ac
?i?remoni^ ar&Ufcfl remarkable, re
turns home impffed in all his studies
music includcd^lo plays beautifully
on the Piqcolo arfcn the Flute. A visit
from him-and Wring him talk and
\ play-is always * interesting to Ua.
gress to a
man is no\
hair is worr
*3tan"HFVTrr><7&cts Business on the
And he is an 1 efield man too. We
illudeto James 1 >ok, ot Graniteville,
?who sends us t wcok his business
card. We beg tl ?ur readers will not
overlook it. Hu feds of men who do
not even live n iGraniteville, have
long ago learned fit was to their per
trade with Cook ;
it that he will soon
1er Stock will cause
'a time for visiting
ercantile man of
field Countjfeerves moro fully
?ispect and p?age of his country
and the announc
fte receiving his
anny of them
Cook, of Granito
Balo of (fttoville Shirtings,
1 Sewing Thread Knitting Cotton
N * COBB'S.
al; hun hers-at
2t'M G-frlN & COBB'S.
t's Spool Cotton
greatc! bargains ii
brian ioods, Trinn
re offering still
iito and Colored
OBSTACLES fifi ARRI AC E.
ig Men from the
?buses in early
New mothod of
irs sent free, in
outh Ninth St.,
Hapir Relief for
effects d' Errors a
j fe. Mnhood R2sl
i?t New anj
loks and Cl
flo. 283 I
I?EEPS on liand, by Direct i
ALL THE TPAV
Ho would beg leave also to d
Which he is prepared to sell on ?
Edge?old is invited to come anc
Augusta, Ga., May 27,
Cooke's Clothings-Store !
203. BROAD STREET, 203.
JHE OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND, whorii you. will hid every
grade of CT-^THT^G. from Medium to Fine; ami also?"GENES' FUR
NISHING ' T sher* READjrMABE CLOTHING
TO SUIT ' -
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDO?j& GLOBE,
With Total Assets amounting to $22,220,8fri, and Assets
in the United States to the amount of $??,75Jj534 I
.THE GEORGIA HOME,
Of Columbus, Ga., with Assets amounting to o?r $600,000.
These Companies insure property against loss ly fire at Nation
al and State Board Rates-are thoroughly reliabli-prompt in the
adjustment and payment of all losses-and -i?**wsiPlry of the
confidence and patronage of the p^ple of Etlg'eield.
Persons wishing Insurance on their Dwel?ings^Turnit?ro, Mer
chandize, Stores, ?cc, will do well to secure.Policies through my
Edgefield, S. C., May 13
TIE PH HOJ^yO^-v.:?!
rj\_r",ww.,?nri--rs^Iaily receiving fresh su ?o? ,
substantial Goods from the Commercial Centt - the g r'1 10081
body is invited to inspect the Stock, buy to tho hem ' '' % !!" '. ?OT*
most reasonable prices. "-LIVE AND LET Ll - ^W.?*JJ"
Iou iu:r\niiKi*in-rJLy3<- -.- - tptto.
FINE DRY ?OOD?, CrROCEljtHES
GRAIN, MEAL, HAY, CV*%1^
HAT?, CAPS, ROOT\*: S*0f^ ^Gj^TS;
In short all sorts of trijfeiancl implemen' for 1 he j
? .-Lieut.-G. H. BURT03?\.?Wr?t?M. ?hi, ... . H- , c ,ee'dd
acquaintances from the upper settlements.
Pine House, S. C., May 5,
J. MONRO jg WISE,
NEW GOODS AT LOW PRICES':
JAMES G. BAILIE St BROTHER
AVING detormincd to turn their stock into CASH, will oiler extra induce
ments to purchasers of the following desirable goods fnton this dato:
Best English Tapestry and Body Brussels,
Extra Heavy All-Wool Three-ply Carpets]
Extra Heavy All-Wool Scotch Civets,
Beautiful Ingrains at very.Low
Striped Carpets for Rooms, Stairs and Hails,
Beautiful Lace Curtains, !
Window Cornices, Curtain Bands and Loops,
Plain and Striped Reps and Terrys for Curtains,
Piano and Table Covers, in Cloth, Felt aud FIock5
Hearth' Rugs and Door Mats, Jr*1"'
Window Slades, Any Size And Any Color,
Crumb Cloths, Chromos and. Hair Cloths,
Plain, Check and Fancy Cauton Mattiii^f1^-- i .
Fancy and Plain Cocoa Matting, V
Floor and Table Oil Cloth, any Width.
Carpets Made and Laid, and all Work Done Promptly at
Jas. G. Bailie &JBro's.
April 23, _.
THE POE HOUSE
E are fond of Com.
buy, at " bottom
BACON, LAI "
CORN, RICE, : '
""ARMING II _
'RY GOODS, ^ ?v?L-Q*? ~. ^, v ?\iiHETY,
ATS, CAPS, SHOES and BOOTS,
ith many other things too numerous to'mentioir,-and we will
- go away, not only satisfied, but well pleased' with your pur
e us a call, and we will bring our words to pjss in good faith.
JAS. A. DOZIERi & CO.
PINE HOUSE, C. C. & 1. fr S. C.
Apr. 29, tf 19
iterested in the Estate
LLAR R. BLALOCK,
?IS Creditors, Distribu
ir? hereby notifiod that
\ filed in tho Probato
ligofiold County, that
be made foi- a final
ttdersigned, as Exec
ion the 12th day of
t. P. R, Blalock.
W. H. SHAFFER,
Aug-13 ! tf y 84
ONE Cask of MALAGA or SWEET
WINE, ibr.Chirdi purposes.
& LYNCH, .
. PH MOUSE, s, a.
WISE & HUGHES
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS,
PAINTS, VARNISH, TOBACCO,
ILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY
FINE LIQUORS .
WISE Sc J??JCJHES.
. ic House Depot, May 5, 3m 20
) Acres Valuable Land for
1 NG on Horse Creek, adjoining
ranitevillo Manufacturine Go's.
2 miles from C C & A R R, arid
: from Graniteville. Nearly all is
, vrfl forest, embracing as fine Mill
Ranging TIMBER as there is in
. e ; also 2 valuable MILL SITES,
ands are densely covered with
' Hickory, yielding 1000 lbs Cot
. bushels Corn per acre,
nearlv THREE HUNDRED
SIGH TABLE LAND,- heavily
about 1? miles from the Towns
y and Bath ; 75 Acres of this
. ligh state of cultivation, aud a
ailing and all necessary out
i upon the place, all in good re
i* whole, or a part of these lands,
d in Lots to suit purchasers.
r< . is, address
\.. G. & G. W. HOWARD,
Langlev, S. C.
?2,iS74f 3m 21
CALL on'W. P. ZEIGLER, at D. L.
Turner's Drug Storo, and seo this
great wonder. A small piece of this
POLISH, put into Starch, will give tho
linen a beautiful, glossy appearance, re
sembling the nicest paper collar or bo
som. It keeps the iron from sticking,
and gives complete satisfaction to all
who try it. Warranted to give entire
satisfaction. If you try itonce, you can
not do without it. A supply constantly
on hand. Call at onco, and secure this
W. P. ZEIGLER.
Julyl, . 6m 28
_a.i..ooi-*j ?? ??nt xcemecly
that InstanUyslopa thc most excruciating pains, altars
Inflammations, oud cures Congestions, whether ofthe
Lung?, Stomach, Bowels, or oilier stands or organs, by
IX FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no natter how violent or excruciating tho pain the
RHEUMATIC, Be<l-rid<len, Infirm, Crippled. Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease inuy suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFAMMATION OF TUE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BRRATHINO.
PALPITATION OF THE UEART.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTERIA.
m ' NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application ofthe Rrndy Reliof tofhepartor
parts where tho pain or dUllculty exist* '.?111 nlTurd case
Twenty dropsln haifa tumbler of water wlHlnafcw
HEARTBURN, SIllK HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA,
DYSENTERY, COLIC. WINI) IN THE BOWELS,
andallINTERNAL PAINS, ?.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad
?way's Rcndr Relief ?Uhthem. Afewdropsin
waterwillprareat stcknewi or p?ins fmm chango or
water. It ls bcttcrthau French Brandy or Bitters asa
FETER ??VI> AGUE.
FEYERANDAGUEcitredforfifty cents. Thero'ta
BotaromedtalitgimiintulK world tbnt*wlll cure Fever
and Ague, nnd all Mber Malarious, Bilotts, Scarlet,
Tvpbold,.Yollnw, and oiher Fevers [aided hv RAD
WAY'S PILLS) ?o.quick ns RADWAY'S READY RE
LIEF. Flay ccoU per bool?.
STRONO AND PURE RICH BLOOD-INCREASE
I OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
$ B E.?. j TIF'vJ, COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
?tapar?an Sesotat ;
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES,: SO
UUICK.RO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES.THE
.* ;B01)Y UNDERGOES.UNDER THE INFLUENCE
* OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
THAT . ^
Eyery Day an Increase in Flesh
anti Weipjlit is Seen anti Felt.
4 Every drop of the SARS VPARH.LIAN RESOL.,
VENT cntniiiunlcniestliroiighlbe Hli.p.l, Sweat, Urin?,
and other Fluid? and juices of tho system thc vigor ol
Hr -, fur ll repairs thc wastes of thc l>ody willi nrwaaq
Wwi material. Scrofula. Svphllls, Coli-nmutlon,
*..:?n.!-tl?r disease, Ulcer* In tho tlirnnt. Mouth, Tu
niori. NikleslnthcGlnndHiind ntberparunftbCKvatein.
Sire Eyx*. sirumorousdUchnn:cs from thu Kari, and
the worn forms of Skin d?neuses, Eruption*, Fever
aMssstj^SwidiTi-aJ. Ring Wcirm.r-HliRhoum.Krvslpelas,
Ao^Tw^st^j,.,^ Wnrmsin Hie Flesh, Timmr?. Can
coraintho ,? ..i,..n"d nil wrekenlac nod painful dla*
?unre?, Nicht;Hw*> tM orSpermandalluaitesof
the hi.-principle. ur? v,..;^, ?nmUrfl rnngeor this
woa.lerol.Mol.-rn CheniUtry, .r?Hfe? <tai?y n-e will
prove touny person swingUforci,r ol these lormsof
QHtaaatu potent pawer in euro the
Ifth-f pitiont. <Ullv becoming vt\cer\ by the wastes
and ac'-.nmpo-iitinn thai la c<'Muiual.pro,.re;j?n,. ?UC.
cei!dsln.?rre<ilngib"->o wastes, lOrm?nIbcTaaSse
wtlh new material made from hm^tS?oA aiiiliS
JheSARSAPARIlii.l AN willand ?jeSKffJS
beermlBj ;r ?bon anea ihtar cm. o cr,n,mci.res isl
wo.kolpuriH.-ation. and snoMeds In v.:U|,i,i..g the
Ins. of wastes, Its repairs will h rapid, <t iwJffa
the putout will frei himself ex.? mc lener .-md sinniger,
sWleaddlmtli.il limiter appetite imprm iu?, audlTnh
and weight Increasing.
N(itonly.l(ie?ilic.SAit?Arjr.iixnN RESOLVENT excels
allk -own remedial agents in tho cure of Chronic, Scro
IUIHIK. t,'nii-lltii:iiMial. aud'Sktu diseases ; but lt Is the
ouly positive cure fur
Kidney & Bladder Complaints j
Urinary and W*mb disenRW.Gr-? rat Diabcles. Drnniv,
Ftcppaiieiif Water, IiicnntlnniicuiifC'rliiR, Bright's IHs
Ci?i-.. Albuminuria, ai A. In ?Ul cases wbcro ibero are
I.Kcx-dosi deposits, ortbownterlH thick, rlnndy, tnlxnd
with Killumi, ra like ihi wbbeofon egg, or threads like
white ?Ilk, nrtht-relKn moitfld, dark, IIIIIIIUK appear
anno, and white bone-dust deposits, and when there ls
aprlcking. biirnlnt; sensation whenpassing water, and
pain lu the Sm.. 1 : ofthe Back nnd along Ibo Loins.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth
Cured by Itadway 's Resolvent*
Perfect Purgative .& Regulating Pills,
perfectly tasteless, elcgnntlv conled willi swoet gnm,
purge, regulate, purlfv, cleanse and strengthen. Rad
way'? Pills, for mo cure oralldisordersoftbeStomach,
Liver, Bowel?, Kidueys, Bladdtr, Nervous Diseases,
Headache. Constipation, Costiveness, Indigestion, Dys.
Ecpsta, Biliousness, Bilious Fever. Inflammation ofthe
oweta, Piles, and all Derangements of the Internal
wsccra. Wkrraniod to elTeclnpositivo euro- Purolv
\ egutablo, containing no mercury, muieraUordeleletrl
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will freo the sys
tem fmm nil tho nbovo named disorders. Price, Sheela
per Box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
READ " FAUSK AND TRUE." Send one letter
.lamp to RADWAY .t CO.. No. .12 Warren St.. New
?ork. Information worth ibousands will bosent yon.
Nov. 20, ly
Are famous for doing MORE and BET
TER COOKING, doing it QUICKER
and CHEAPER, than any Stove of the
Aro famous for their STERLING
WORTH, ECONOMY in FUEL, DU
RABILITY and CONVENIENCE.
Aro famous for their WONDERFUL
LY QUICK and UNIFORM*Baking.
Are famous for'gi vin cr SATISFAC
TION EVERYWHERE, autoing
nodallyndaptod to tho WAJ'TS of c\vey
Sold only by
? AUGUSTA, Qi
May.27, . S #23
C. & t. L KERRISON
Would respectfully inform their friends
and tho pn^iicthut they havo resumed tho
DRY GOODS BUSINESS
in Charleston, and have located West
KING STREET, NO. 297,
Second Door above Wentworth.
It is their intention to concentrate their
efforts upon special branches of the
Dry Goods Business, J
Thus enabling them to offer the most re
liable Goods in each Department. .
They believe that a business carefully
.conducted upon thin plan, and strictly on
a CASH BASIS, offers advantages to the
Purchaser not attainable in ii genoral
In all solid and useful qualities, they ex
pect to import direct from tho Manufac
From tho best English Manufacturers,
including Cotton and Merino Goods.
The best grades ol* American Longcloth,
Sheeting and Cambrics ; and, of Foreign
Manufacture, the most approved Lawns,
Nainsooks, Jaconets and Muslins.
LADIES BLACK DRESS GOODS.
This Department will bo supplied with
tho most approved fabrics calculated to
givo satisfaction as regards price and du
WOOL, COTTON AND LINEN FABRICS
For Men and Boys' wear, from the most
reliable Manufacturers, especially as re
gards the Dye.
Charleston, S. C., Juno 4, 7m 24
GEORGIA COTTON PRESS,
PATENTED MARCH, 1870, BY
PENDLETON & BOARDMAN,
THE satisfaction this PRESS has giv
en in tho past, the great improve
ments made on it, and the fact of its be
ing from forty to fifty dollars cheaper
than any other good Press, should induce
.planters and others to send for ono of
our now Circulars beforo purchasing.
We also manufacturo Irons for Water
'**""". Presses and Screw Presses. Ad
Ul!?! ;J .?
Pi lii?iUhi ll l\
A FULL DRAWING ASSURED
Monday, 30th November, 1874,
A postponement of thc Fifth Concert
of the Public Library ?d'Kentucky has
been so generally an lin j..Und, and is so
manifestly for tho interest of all concern
ed, that it must meet thc approval of all.
Tho day is now absolutely lixed and
thero will be no variation from tho pro
gramme now announced. A sufficient
number of tickets had been sold to have
enabled us to have had a large drawing
on tho ?Hst July, buta short postpone
ment was considered preferable to a par
tial drawing. Let it bo borne in mind
THE FIT TH GIFT CONGEST
IS THE LAST WHICH WILL EVER
BE GIVEN UNDER THIS CHARTER
AND BY THE PRESENT MANAGE
That it will positively and unequivo
cally take place as announced on
-Holiday, Mix ?memtoc
that.the music will be'the best thc conn
??'-> ? ' 1 Hint -_.. , ' _
?0,000 CASH GUTS, -<
will be distributed by lot among the tick
> LIST OF GlcTS.
One Grand Cash Gift.?250,000
One Grand Cash Gift. 100,000
One Grand Cash Gift. 75,000
Ono Grand Cash Gilt. 50,000
One Grand Cash Gift. 23,000
5 Cash Gifts 920,000 each.100,000
10 Cash Gifts 14,000 each. 140,000
15Cosh Gills 10,000each. 100,000
20 Cash Gifts 5,000naen.loo.ooo
23 Cash Gifts 4,000 each. 100,000
30 Cash Gifts S,000 each. 1M),000
50 Cash (ii Its 2,000 each. 100,000
100 Cash Gifts 1,000 oach. 100,000
240 Cash Gilts 500 each. 120,000
500 Cash Gifts 100 each.50,00o
19,000 Cash Gifts 50 each. 050,000
Total, 20,000 Gifts, all
Cash, amounting to $2,500,000
PRICE OF TICKETS. Bl
Whole Tickets.?. 50 00
Halves. 25 00
Tenths, or each Coupon. 5 00
ll Whole Tickets for.....'. 500 00
"'A Tickets for.1,000 00
PersifciTj^sj^j, to invest should order ;
promptly, either ^i-v^^iqnt^^njco or I
our local Agents. ^^V- ~-l
Liberal commissions will bo alTCfi*S
to satisfactory agents. .
Circulars containing full particular?
furnished on application.
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent and Manager,
Public Library Building, Louisville.Ky.
Aug. 4, lui 33
Next Session will begin Sept. 24, 1874.
UfiiHhy location. Morul Hlmoypliore Strict <Ms
ci|iliiiL\ Thorough leadrit>g. Moderato charge?.
Seven protestan. For catalogue or Information, ap
ply to J. lt. BLAKE; Chairman ot" thr Enmity,
Pott OJ/tci; Da oidson Colleyr, JV. C.
NOW FOR SALE VERY CHEAP
Ten Years Credit, Interest only 6 Per Cont
Send for "The Pioneer"
A handsome illustrated Paper, containing (lie Ifome
stead /MW, mailed free to all parts ol' Hie world.
Land Commissioner U. P. E. E.,
WATERS' CONCERTO ORGANS
are Me most beautiful tn style and per
fect in tone ever made. I'he CON
CERTO STOP ts thc best ever placed
'.r. niy Oryan. It is produced by an
-rt af ti <:. , ?' ti '\ ? ia rei*
? ? . -kite t. imftiu
WATERS' J\cw acme ?IAJ&0?
have great power anda fine singing
tone, with all modern improvements,
and arc thc Best Pianos Slade. 'These
Organs and Pianos arc warranted for
0 years. Prices Extreme': Low for
.cash) or part cash and balance tn
monmly or quarterly payments. Sec
ond-hand instruments taken in ex
change. Agents Wanted tn every
CJunty in the U. S. and Canada. A
liberal discount to Teachers, Ministers,
Churches, Schools, Lodges, ??c. ILLUS
TRATED CATALOGUE Mailed.
1 . HORACE WATERS &; SON,
181 Broadway, N. Y., P. O. Box 35G7
STATESVILLE, N. C.
Rev. S. TAYLOR MARTIN, Preg. Pall
turm begins Sep. 22, 1374, and ends Feb. 5,1875.
Spring term begin* Feb. 5,1875, and onda Juno 22,
1876. Board and tuition, $100; Music, $25. For
other information, send for circular.
*c ? (ton perdapithome. Termsfroe. Ad
$U EH ?J>fcV dress(A,8TtNaoN&Co.,PortM,Mo.
Aug. 18 4t 84
THE OLDEST FURNITURE HOUSE IN THE STATE.
212 & 214 Broad St., AUGUSTA, OA.,
jKjEEP always on hand the Latest Styles of
Of every variety manufactured, from the lowest to the highest grades.
Chamber, Parlor, Dining-Room, and Liwrar^Ccm
plcte Suits, or Single Pieces, Xv
At prices which cannot fail to suit the purchaser.
In all its branches. . METALIC CASES and CASKETS, of various stylos and
ihake. Imported Wood Caskets and Casos, of overv design and finish.
COFFINS and CASKETS, of our own make, in Mahogany, Rosewood and Wal
nut. An accomplished Undertaker will be in attendance "at all honrs, day ai:
night, PJLATT BROTHERS,
212 and 2U Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
July 2, ly 28
?P'j have just received a fredi lot of OIL? and EXTRACTS, and have
made a urge lot of the BOUQUET. Call and try it. ' Warranted to give
satisfaction. Prepared' and sold by,
?*. h. PENN & SON.
July 15, ._ tf_.S0
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND VALISES
Timmerman I Wise^
-jpra?c? rstr9 .?i. Hg us ia, igra."
(Opposite tho Augusta Rotel.)
150 CASES of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VALISES and UMBRELLAS
just received. . And in order to mak? it to the interest of the Purchaser,
we are determined to sell EXCEEDINGLY LOW, for Cash or Approved
Paper. We would be glad to see all of our Edgefield Friends at any time.
^Please give us a call. . . '
TiJO?ERJIArV & WISE.
Augusta, Ga., April 22, 5m IS
FROM THE PLAINEST TO THE MOST ELEGANT AND FASHIONABLE.
IHA VE just received a large invoice of New Goods bought at low figures, and
can offer GOOD BARGAINS.
iXy UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is completo, and lean fufl!i.<?h COF
FINS, CASKETS and CASES in ali varieties;. METALLIC CASES of all styles.
Preservers furnished when rcquirjid-^'"'* JT"*""-se?.
147 and 140 Broad Si., Augusta, Cia.
Augusta, Ga., Apr. 1, Hm 7
! frFinf FRTFS F
AVING opened the Store Room formerly occupied- by Mr. S. H. Man
tlet, next door to our Drug Store, for the purpose of doing a GENERAL
MERCHANDIZE BUSINESS, we cordially invite our friends and the at
tention of the public to. our Stock of Goods, now daily receiving, and which
embrace in part the following indispensable articles :
250 Bushels CORN,
150 .? MEAL;
200 " OATS,
20 Barrels FLOUR, all grades,
2000 Lbs. BACON,
2 Castes HAMS,
1 Cask RICE,
2 Casks LARD,
2 Sacks COFFEE,
4 Barrels SUGARS,
CHEESE and MACCARONI,
SOAPS, STARCH, SODA,
TEA CRACKERS, Sardines, Pickles, Jellies, Brandy Peaches
Atwood's Celebrated MINCE MEAT,
CANNED GOODS of all descriptions.
Call and examine for yourselves.
CLISBY & LYNCH.
Jan 14 tf 4
fl L qy.UjW " - CO,
:_- - .?
Hardware, Pocke?. ?:J?H?_T??^U 6 uUcry,
GROCERIES and PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
&C, eke, ?cc,
They have also opened-a.
Mantua-Making and Millinery department,
Under the direction and supervision of MR3. O??&OUN, which will be
kept up in a style to suit modern progress; and t> which fact they would
respectfully call the attention of the ladies generally.
P3-THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COTTON.
CALHOZZN, MOSLEY & CO,
Johnston's Depot, Apr. 15, ?ly
Lemons! Lemons!! j 100,000 Bricks?
1 BOX Just loceived at \ff?E<kv PJKw' and ibr^le'
G. L. PENN & SON'S, /TT Cell and look ??L^nreelvei
Drugstore. / P,noTrnnQ? ? ? MONROE
Aprill tf 15^ Pine House, S.C., July 7,