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Rate? of Advertising.
Advertisements will be inserted at the
rate <>f $h50 r-? square (ten minion lines;
or less) for tho first insertion, ' and one
dollar per square for each subsequent in
A liberal discount will be m ade to those
.wishing to advertise hy the year.
W. H. YELD?IS, Louginires.
JOK>- H. HTJIKT, Batesville.
yt. A. Cj^M^^Sj^e^^; ;
."OBBEST, Mino Creek.
S. C. CABX?EDGE, Ridge Spring.
TYKE EraEREDGE, Leesville; S. C.
DR. J. B. ARNEY, Richardsonville.
J. E. COOK, Graniteville, S. C.
jaar Col. B. M. TALB?BT, Capt E. E.
JEFFERSON and Mr. LUTHER RANSOM
are Agents for the " ADVERTISER," and
. - are authorized to solicit and receive sub
scriptions for the same in South Carolina
On Sunday morning next, the Rev. N;
N. Burton, of the Batesburgsection, will
preach in our Baptist Church. Tu tho
afternoon the regular monthly .Concert
of the Sunday School - will be held, at
which Mr. Benjamin Bertis, Jr.,'wili ad
dress the children. The other churches
Saturday and Sunday of next week,
the 28th and 27th, promise to be great
; imm*m fi ? I1- ? Ttl anti j ' ' V ."??rT***w?'?~
At its recent rneetlngthe S. C. Presby
tery appointed a committee tojnjga^y^a.
bath in May as the day for such organiza
tion. The* said, committee consists of
the Rev. RI A. Fair, the Rev. J. S. Mar
tin, the Rev. W. F. Pearson, ?nd Elders
Thomas Thompson and James M. Bax
ter-a very able and distinguished com
mittee. All^Presbyterians, aud others
desirous of joining said organization, can
da so on this occasion. And all such are
0 cordially invited to be present. This
will also be an. opportunity for Presby
terian parents to have their children bap
tized-on Sabbath morning after the sei
mon, i The services will beheld in the
Methodist Church. On Sunday there
will be divine service ii: the forenoon,
in the afternoon, and at night. The Hoty
Sacrament wlll'be administered oniSun.
Read dur condensed report of Legis
lative proceedings, boanning on page
1st. It is very interesting. The debate
in regard to the repeal of the Lien Law
. is part?. cularly.so.
" Next week we will publish Dr. Bag
by's address delivered in Charleston in
connection with the Press Association.
His subject was "The Southern Fool."'
The address is qnaiht, original and hu
morous, with a very strong undercurrent
of hard sense anjt? practical wisdom. Our
readers will find it both entertaining and
Mr. Reese contributes to the Adverti
ser this week a beautiful aud lesthctic
article concerning the Sunday School
' i_ ik. / ,* 7 ? J C. ?.
One pf the finest mills in our County
for grist, cotton-ginning, &c-is that of
Dr. Jas- A. DeVore, on Horn's Creek,
SI miles below us. Mr. Elou Whittaker,
General Superintendent of this mill, has
sent ns lately a very handsome present
of newly-ground meal-not to be excelled
anywhere-for which we return our
.Jcihdest thanks. Mr. Whittaker has
.already a host of customers, but v?"pre
' "pared" to accommodate just as many
"-...m?r?- ?j _
The last fonr days Havo'been very
tremendous gloom, are now getting into
a better frame of m.nd.
Again, for want of space, we are com
pelled to defer many notices, items, etc.
until next week.
A lot of Liens-Liens for Rent and for
Advances, also Liens combined with a
BUlJof Sale of Stock and Wai vor of Home
Job Work of all kinds solicited.
Capt. Tilman Watson's Agricultural
WjLrerooms at Ridge Spring.
We Musf If o ty Do Everything Possible
to Overcome par Present Unavail
able Latjor System f
Under the changed circumstances that
have be/allen the people of the South
since tha war, it is certainly the part of
wi?dom for us to do everything possible
to overcome the defects of our present
unavailable labor system. A ? to this
end, we take infinite pleasure idling
the attention of the people of Laington,
Edgefield and Aiken Counties to the
laudable and timely enterprise of our
esteemed and generally popular friend,
Capt Tilman Watson, of Ridge Spring,
which enterprise he is now advertising
on a very large scale in the ^icZverriscr.
With an Eclipse Engine, a Sweep
stakes Thresher, a Buckeye Reaper and
Mower, a Gin and Cotton Press, a mint
of money can be m ado one year with an
other-not to take into consideration the
superior work done, or theamouut of la
bor accomplished. And tho scarcity of
money need be no excuse, for all this
m tchinery can be bought: on time, and
With due diligence can be paid for before
the purchase becomes due. " Capt. Wat
sonia an experienced machinist-perhaps
the most skillful aud experienced in our
whole latitude-and thoroughly conver
saut with ali kinds of machinery and
agricultural- implements. And hiving j
had the benefit of this experience, he is
capable of selecting none but the best
grade of EDgines, Mowers, Threshers,
Ac, and assures ns that he knows the
-machines he offers td the public to be
the very best manufactured
: Capt Watson hopes to become a public I
ben?f?ctoT by In Educing iiriproyed ag- 1
rion Itu ral implements and machinery to
the people of th rs section of Carolina.
-All persons In wantof anything in Capt
W's. line can rely implicitly on bis
judgment Pin'1.} representations concern
Sch edi er's Map of the Black Sea, Asia
Minor, the Caucasus, Southern Russia,
Roumania, and Eastern Tnrkey/ Eu
graved on stone, carefully printed and
colored. Scale, 1 : 3,000,000. Size, 22 x
28 inches. Price, folded and in cover,
' 40 cents This Map is very accurately
compiled from the latest and most com
plete material. Itpresents, atoneglance,
(fte scepe of the war, hotlj ? n'Eu rope arid
in Asia. Published by g. Steigen 29
<fe 24 Frankfort Street, Kow York, by
whom copies will bo promptly mailed
an receipt of price. This publisher
made preparations for bringing out
ditional War Maps, as soon as such
nay become necessary.
1,000 lbs. C. R. Sides, 9c per lb. 1,000
.CCJT, sacked and in depot, 05c.
bushel. Molasses 35, 42, ?? and 60
i per gallon. Hams, 14@15c, 'Flour
and 10 Dollars per bbl. Germ?n Mil
et Seed, ?i.r-e per bushel.
CELT 3k BRO.,
t22 Greenville, S. C.
For the Advertiser.
?'1 (fir Sunday Sc?u?} Festival.
" Of .such is the Kingdom of Heaven "
We have always been fond of little
children. Thev love truth. They, are
Lever sweet, graceful, confiding and ingenu
ous. <, Sa% mayr.teach...t^emhqy. to read
Che Bible, but they can teach you a lesson
| of love'and faith. You may tell them
about Heaven and eternal joys, .but they
show what sort of creatures mhaoit the
Paradise of God. You may- explain to
them the doctrines of the New Testament,
but they were chosen to illustrate the
sincere followers of thc meek and lowly
Well, we toole up our pencil to write
inc\-iTb*7nrjrning .iras bright, balmy and
beautiful;.and the rest of the day was
true to its. early promise. In short, it was
one of those soft, pleasant May days when
we can almost imagine that the horizon
has been all' lit up aud glorified hy the
glittering hills of the distant Beulah ! ;We
joined the lengthy procession at th? Metho
dist Church and marched to the . Baptist
Church to hear the reading of the Scrip
tures, prayers, speeches; singing apd mu
sic. Before reaching the churchj,h?wever,
it occurred to us that the .'true' soldiers of
the cross are caimi mild and", peaceful
. and 'why ? ' Because their : Commander is
.the " Prince of Peace ;" and because He
alon? is' omuiobtenfy omniscient and om
-ninresent:; " the'' King'eternal, immortal,
invisible,: the.only wise God." The Sultan
of Turkey, -we thought, - ia ah infidel, and
he may be a bad man.; but that does not
furnish the Czar of RussiaTfrith a warrant
from The Bible to prop?gate christianity
at the point of the sword.
. Arrived at the church, Mr? A. J. Norris,
"the Superintendent of the Baptist-Sunday
School, read'the one hundred and third
Psalm", which ?3 one of the most touching
land remarkable pieces of composition on
record ; indeed it is- noth.tn?^lfiSS--thai:L
divme inspiration. '^JiJj?QmiFif&ir
-Jerusalem-,-*' onee- remarked to hei lather
who had been, reading the Psalmist to
her: " Why do men in modern times fail
to write in "t&itjsiibb^e strain ?" " Be
cause, answered the agonized parent, they
are no longer inspired."
We were pleased with all the hymns
sung on this" happy occasion. No sound
on earth can be more entrancing than the
voices of li tic ?hildren singing praises to
the name of our Heavenly ^Father/- This
kind of vocal mcsio is; peculiar for its
sweetness and pathos, its freshness and
beauty,.its smoothness and cadence. Mrs.
Robert H. Muns presided at the organ,
and detlt uut y weet sounds and appropriate
airs for the delectation of thc relined as
sembly. And we are much indebted to
this ladyfp^?hemojt.enjoyab'ci part of the
entire progiamme. Withoutmusic, the
Church on Earth and theSaints.m Heaven,
would find an intolerable void in their
After a fervent prayer .by .the Rftti Mr.
Leard, of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
Mr. A. W. Lynch, of the Johnston High.
School, was introduced to the audience as
the orator of the day. And right well did
he perform h.is.difuxult taskV He has
quile a your*jmf*iTace,"' lut Lis discourse"
evinced ali old head and a Spions heart.
May he live long enough to persuade every
child in South Carolina to attend the
Sunday School. One of this young gen
tleman's points, called by him the " bee
hive," we coi-v for the benefit of our little
friends-who love to read thc Advertiser :
The honey ot-this hive is in a kind c f
an acrostic. Please- find it, children, and
point it out to your parents. We .ventuie
the prediction that Mr. Lynch will make
his mark HS a public speaker. His eifert
here last Friday was quitp asuccess. Such
is thc popular verdict". Experts are al
ways needed ip the great jbrsl vineyard.
The Lev. Mr. Leard, as the theme for
his talk to -the little boys of the Sunday
School, . selected thc following familiar
" Tall oaks froin little acorns grow ;
Large streams from little fountains flow.'1
Would that every little boy in "Old
Edgelield" had been present to hear-the
kind words and the wnclesoine advice that
(eil from the lips of this mau xiLHod.
Addiessinc himself to tho little girls, Mr.
smile, and were prepared lo bc edified by
the Preacher's earnest exhortations, and
Last, but not least, came thc warm in
vitation to a cold collation - in the Aca
demic grove, where the Sunday School
folks and their invited guests enjoyed
" A feast of reason, and a flow of soul ;"
Without the mad dance, or tho gowing
For the Advertiser.
Death and Burial ot' a Much Beloved
RIDGE, S. C., May 12, '77.
Qur usually quiet little village was
thrown in to'a'state of sadness on Wednes
day last, py the announcement that Mrs.
Sallie Kennedy, the wife of our much
esteemed friend, ^no- Kennedy, Esq.',
was no more. Such un announcement
was not totally unexpected, froni the fact,
of Mrs. Kennedy's long illness. She
leaves a devoted husband, three chil
dren (the youngest an infant daughter of
two months) and many relatives and
friends to mourn her untimely depart
ure. She was a daughter of Col. Charles
Smith, of Cokesbury, S. C., and a lady
of many virtues and rare attainments.
She clung to tho hope of her restoration
to health and hor family with 'hat tenac
ity so characteristic of youth, until tho
morning preceding the evening of her
demise, at which time, being convinced
of her fast approaching dissolution, she
exhibited a qniet and cairn resignation
whose beauty -.as only equaled by its
sublimity. She was thoughtful of all
her earthly associations even in tho hour
of death, calling to her bedside, husband,
i datives and friends, and bidding them
all an affectionate farewell ; thanking at
the same time her many friends for ail
little ac s of kindness towards her during
life. She even commissioned friends
present to bid friends absout (moution
mg names) good-by ; and exhorted all to
live so as to meet her in thc realms of
eternal bliss. She bore her loug illness
with christian fortitude, and without
murmur, having no fears of death, and
exhibiting a strong and living lilith in
the atoni.ig blood of her Redeemer.
Such a death as hers is illustrative of the
omnipotence r' Mie grace of God.
Tue funeral s preached from Grace
Church by tho Kev. Mr. Leard, of your
village, and was largely, attended. The
store? were nil closed, and business ol'
all kinds among the-whites was suspend
ed ; and many coming in from the coun
try,' formed a procession that was quite
imposing. Indeed, such a one as would
impress a stranger that ono had died
who had a deep hold upon the affections
of friends and neighbors. Her body
wasburicd in the Watson buryingground
with ihe usual ceremonies of the Meth
j bout'Church,-to which ?ho belonged.
-? ' " S
1 The " Baby's Best Friend" is tho most
appropriate title for Dr. Bull's Baby
j Syr jp. It is absolutely free from Opium,
I Morphia and other pc ?rfu! agents, is
perfectly safe and reliable under all cir
cumstances and by allaying the usual
Stomach and Bowel Disorders ofB.bv
hood keeps ?Le Child from fretting and
crying, so injurious to itself and annoy- '
ing to .all. Price 25 cents.
'~ For the'Atlvcrt?s?r.'"
WJIJ?REAS, our Pastor, Rev. W. J.
Alexander, lu consideration of a call to
another held ol ministerial labor, deems
it his duty to yeld to ProvidentiaL.indl
cation and to discontinue hts connection
as Pastor of our Church. Therefore hei?,
. Resolved, that we, the 'members of
the Baptist Church of Johnston's, do
hereby lu hUniblesubmiss'oir tothe wjll
of our.Heavenly Father, accept his ten
dered resignation j and whilst in sorrow
wo aro deprivod of his esteemed services
aaafalthlul minister of tho new Testa
muni, we commend our Brother to tho
love and Christian regards of the people
of his new charge in the relations of
Minister, Pastor and Christian Gentle
Resolved, That our Prayers abonLd for
the wollare ol' himself and family wher?
eyer they may sojourn.
lic&olikd, Th a t'a copy of these rcsolu
lYom "bo furnished to Bro. W. J. Alex
ander and also a copy to the Edgefield
Advertiser for publication.
Done iu Church Conforenco.
C. M. M AULL, Moderator.
PePB N. LOTT, Church Clerk. 1
Ce"? *iu Jewelry, I-adie* MM Corsets,
Bustles, Hair Goods, wUh, full Imcs of Fane,
???.1? at Wl.ole?l?Jl?^".^-Beta,,.
-^Croquet $1.00, $1.50 and $2 00 Per Set.
. (?-. y<\:%V) ? .' ?.' " . <v
^ORDERS CAREFULLY. ATTENDED TO.^I
J. H. TRUMP
220 Broad Street* Augusta, Ga.
May 2, 1871
YOU can always find the best of Liquors at: the BONANZA .SALOON,
and get prompt and courteous attention-of. which facts.a single-trial will
convince you. Below I name a few of the brands of Wh,slues, &c, to be
found at my Bar:
1870 OLD RYE WHISKEY L--^.
j^rraittsim?s^'?r^ and as good as ' can be
Tbun?'in, the^United States-?r"any other States. Try it once and you will
not fail, to.try.it again.-~~~ - ? - ?-.
Pure'MOUNTAIN OOK?f "WHISKEY,
OLD CABINET, ROYAL CABINET, SARATOGA CABINET,
FAMILY NECTAR, ?BRANDIES, WINES; GIN, RUM,
ALE, BEER, SODA WATER, &c, &c.
O? all descriptions, mixed in. the best style, as cold as Ice can make them.
?ST Give me a call and I will send you home happy, with ? cool brain.
Edgefield, S. G., May 2, 1877.
R. S. ANDERSON, G. S.
BOOTS & S
_Of AJJ?5-TJBTA, GA,
. ISHES to make known to his old friends and patrons in Edgefidd, that
hie has now on hand a Stock of SHOES equal to any House- in the South
ern States. More than.three-fourths of it is made up-to his own order and
direction, and warranted in the full sense of the word. He-will be strictly
accountable for every article-sold, and will exchange or refund the money
inside of three months. Visitors from the North and West will, find here
any Style of Shoes they pleas.?, on different widths, and much cheaper than
they pay at their own homes,
fir ""One Price and Strictly Fair Dealing," the iule of the house.
(God save Hampton.)
May 2, 1877. 3m20]
CENTRAL HOTEL BLOCK, AUGUSTA, GA.
IMMENSE STOCK OF
DRY Gr Q O 13 S,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
,s, LINENS, &C. WHITE GOODS,, HOSIER G^and
.OUGHT on tb* bp,
RICES ly the piece
cnoice colors, only ^i. GUU dozen LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS at 5c, worth
10c FANS, PARASOLS, LACE SACQUES, ??c. In a word, my stacie is larger
and more complete than ever before, and I am dettrinined to SELL AS
LOW as any house in the State, and solicit a call from all.
Merchants throughout the country will do well to examine my Stock, a?
I have bought with special reference to that trade.
WILL DUPLICATE ANY BILLS
B'-ugLt this side of New York. On all retail bills of $10 and upwards, 1
will pay freight. Orders solicited. Special bargains in BLACK GRENA
DINES, POPLINS and LAWNS. COATS' SPOOL COTTON at (>5c per dozen.
BLACK and COLORED DRESS BUTTONS in Silk and other styles.
J?-Mr. J. B. HARTLEY, formerly of Batesburg, is with me, and will
be happy to see and serve his Edgefield and Lemington friends.
Call at the old stand :
Broad St., A/ugusta, Ga.
Apr. 25, 2ml?] ,f. p. WE^TlIERSfSEE
AUGUSTA CROCKERY STORE
T. C. BIilGH,
_-- .? .. .ir..
GLASS, CHINA, EAETHBKWAEE, LAMPS,
And HOUSE- FOBI?SH??iG GOODS,
IVo. 397 Broad Street.
Two doors below
V . Kich-urdu & Bros
MASON'S IMPROVED FRUIT JA RS and Harper's Patent FLY TRAPS a
speciality. Agent for Ives' Patent Reflector Hanging Lamp. [3m 10 '
Established 1 Si S
Goto OATES' MUSIC HALL,
Winter, Summer, Spring or Fail.
In tact in any kind of season.
And bc will give tbe best of reason,
Why be can good Pianos sell
At LOWKB PnicF..s, or as well,
As A is' Y oi' 11K RS in tho'trade, *
-In spite of protestations made.
"" l?o will not ask lictitlous prices,
And pretend to take otr larger slices
Tban others who same trade are in,
For that would bo pronounced-too
Rut leaves tho FACTS to ono and all,
Who will do him the furor to gi YO him
CEO. A. OATES,
241 Un.nd St., Angosta, Ga.,
Agent for Steinway it Sons, Bacon &
Karr, and a largo number nf, celebrated
Plano and Organ Manufacturers, which
will-bo'sold ?ow for Cash, or acceptance.
_May ^1677^^-_ 3in20
Gillei's Cream Dry Hop Yeast.
THIS is something entiroly new, but
also something which there is no
dangor of disappointment in using. We
have tested lt and are preparod to guar
antee every package to give the fullest
satisfaction. It does not mould, get stale,
soar nor musty. Bread made' with this
yeast retains its moisture l?nger than
any other bread, and never disappoints
expectation's,. Tb? packages a?? twice
the si?e of ordinary yeast oakes, and
warranted to pleaso or money refunded.
When lt oostH only 15 oeuts tu have good
bread, who will do without it?
t?. L. PENNA SON.
May, 2, iv2Q
.30 Ltu?icx FnvorJIc Ca?ds a!I styles, willi
name ldc Port paid. J. B. HUSTKD, Ninan, Bena.
Co., N. T.
\OXJ will ii;>rce to d'^tribute som? ofonrcir
e.i'ar*. wo ?rill send jon p Cltroiuo in Gilt
Ki an ?, nii'l n IQ page. Cl column Uluoirnied
pajvr, Free Un S months. Inclose 10 ein.
io pay pMage: Agenta wanted. KENDALL & CO.,
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
2.w?lXr,Int',l-'r"r(:0r0MS- ((nil nfl (lineases or tho
T IKOAT, LUNGS, CHEST and MUCOUS ME.M
1>1,AN Ba ?iI i ? f ??:
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES
. SOLD BY 'DRUGGISTS.
C. N. CEITTENTON, 7 SIXTH AVENGE, New York.
A Month. AGENTS WANTED on our
v TIIl'.EK GU EAT ?2 BOOKS. The
Story ol' Charley Ross,
a( rmi account ol this Great Mystery, written by his
l-nther, bfnU Robinson Crusoe In tlirillln-: Interest
Thc illustrated linntl-boolc to nil religions,
ii Complete AccnUnt ur nil denominations und sects.
?00 IlluttcatiutfS. AIM> the Indies' medical cuide, by
Dr. Pancoast, loo IllnatraUoiu. These books ?ell
at sight. Male and Female Agonta coln rannt y on
them. Particular* free. Copies by malt *2 each.
John JJ. Poller & Co.i Philadelphia.'
Toilet Soap !
WE havo just received and opened
the largest and most varied assort
ment of Toilet. Soaps ever brought to
Edgefiold. Come and inspect it. We
are prepared to-please all.
G. h. PENN & SON.
Apr ll, 8t_' 17
Seed Irish Potatoes.
WE have, on hand three Barrels of
Seed Irish P?t?atoea, for lat?plant
iug. Price, $2 per busbeL i r .<] v ,
G. L PENN & SON.
May 9, 2t21
A. HOME -AJSTID FARM
OF YOTTIt OWN.
On the line or a 0BEAT BAILB?AD with eood
murketi both EAST and WEST.
Now is the time to Secure lt.
Mild Climate, Fertile Bott, best Counlry tor Stock
Itaising ju thu United Sba cs.
Books, Map*, Full ^n^ormallop, ?|?o O THE
PIP VKKlto ?cn| [foo to all paris o? the world.
Land Comra'r., U. P. E. B. Omaha, Neb.
ovei.pencil,pouhoMor.coldenpea,?nd a picco olvaluaWo
J.welry. Complots ?amni. p*ckani, with olo^snt(fold plalM
sltoro liutton.. nnd ladt.: fuhlomblo faocr Sst, pin and
'iii asiortod J
KOTIca. Wt bars th?
Introit snd but ?ullin
SUUunsry l'uckam I a in*
World, lt eoDlalni |R
ts of passe JO snT.T
2ScsnM, B packages, with uiortodJ.w
-/.'/'l 0SM y.-.ten' Uccr Watch froo to allannU.
BRIDE & co., 769 Broadway, W.Y.
ai a i'oDcU,renh6ld6r?ndPsa,?rssor,rtnk3Jirs.KirroJoB?
0|*i.cr, rapsr-entter ltnhbsr,' Bowing Mach ni TSSS
Cultor, and r<ir Uavtaw Boam. Cutting. off Hooks and Sf,
r.uttona. Bruine ?lou. 4e. HM of a common penclT. U
tgMg mnnny nml ???7 lr I, tho best .cUinc article out.
toU?l\\S ? & f?r 8 I ?, ratf-willnaiy Inducomcnts
K-nK e'oinS? AfiTC Walf doten antf CSBTSJS yo
town. BRIDE & CO., 760 Broadway, N. Y.
9 ^MTOTATIOKERV PACBUOES. and
i .i m i i
Ixi. Endless Variety,
T JUST REOEfVED BY
(?KIST1I dc TH A Y
EOAD ST., J^TTO-TJST^fV,
ELEGANT SPRING SUITS in
in CASSIMERE, \
in BLUE FLANNEL,
in WHITE LINEN,
.in COLORED LINEN.
SPLENDID BROADCLOTH SUITS,
COATS, PANTS and VESTS, separately,
SUMMER ULSTERS, ,
SHIRTS of all Styles and Prices,
UNDERWEAR of every deecription.
HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS, GLOVES, 7
HATS, CRAVATS, NECKTIES.SCARFS,
' BREAST-PINS, TRUNKS,
TRAVELING-BAGS, &c, &c.
TWJlWl^??re bondit upon the most favorable terms in tire Northern
We return thames toTn^S^^^. Kagefiekl for the very liberal .pat
ronage they have bestowed upon, us inXrnP^-^ ^j_assure them that we
will endeavor to merit their continued confidence.
CHRISTIE & THAYER,
April, 3ml7] 240 Broau Street, Augusta, Ga.
LOW PRICES FOR CASH !
?.. V":>;hf??l'?' i
100 DOZEN COATS' COTTON for. 65c. per Dozen,
100 Pieces Bes!. PRINTS, 6r to 8c. per yd.,-. .
y CAMBRICS, MUSLINS, LAWNS and PIQUES at bottom Prices,
Ladies' TIES, RUC HING and COLLARETTES, 5,-to 35c,
Handsome stock HAMBURG TRIMMINGS, from 3 to 75c. per yd.,
FANS and PARASOLS at low prices,
Ladies' and Men's HOSE, HANDKERCHIEFS,
? ' CORSETS and NOTIONS in variety, at bottom figures, .
Ladies' HATS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS, latest styles,
! Good stock of SHOES and Gents' FURNISHING GOODS always
on hand. ?
-K- .""?'.-??.-r-**-i ~ o 'i F ' 7 ?."r'-r" r*' <7rl -: '1 I ''J' . i ? *y'
Call and examine-my pr-ices shall correspond with the scarcity Of money.
My Stock from this date will be kept complete, and at a small - margin on
cosf, for Cash., Everything as represented.
j. in. COBB.
Enfield S. C., April 25, 1876. - ^ tf 19
: J. MONROE WISE, ai
Pine Mouse, S. C.,
t ( I '??ii L * / .".'...< J'y ?
t? AS received and ii still receiving from week to week, the be3t of
HDETST GOODS, GEOCERIES,
Jupt received Ladies' Calf Walking SHOES, hand-made, Foxed GAIT
ERS and Newport TIES; Men'a hand-sewed, pump sole SHOES," low
.juartered ELASTICS and TIES.
RYE WHISKEYS from $1.25 to SG.00 per gallon.
N. C. SWEET MASH WHISKEY from $2.75 to $3.00 per gallon.
N. C. WHISKEY at $1.35 per gallon.
i TOBACCO and SEGA RS-from the cheapest to the finest.
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April IS. 1877. ly IS j HOUSE, S. C.
New Spring Goods for 1877.
When You (ju to Augusta, Look Out for the New Store,
H. W LANDRAM,
268 ROAD STREET.
Headquarters for Edgefield People.
930,000 Worth of New SPRING GOODS, Bought at the Recent Sales in
thc Norlhcrn Markets, nud Which I Am Prepared to Oller
at Prices that Will Snrprise the PcopSe.
Striped and Checked SILKS nt 7.1 couts, $1 and $1 2"> per yard ; a line of Black
and Plain colors-hard lo beat;
A berni I ?lu I linc or Mack and Colored GRENADINES at from 10t: np-not hali
the cost of importation ;
"White und Colored LAWNS at all prices;
t% largo line of COTTONADES, TWEEDS, LINENS, and CASSIMERES, for
Men and Bows' wear, from HI cents a yard np;
TADI.E LINEN, NAPKINS and TOWELS nt prices to please;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, and a thousand other th ngs too numerous to mention.
Special Tor iou ul ry Itfe.rchantM ! The Best Brands!
10,000 Pieces Stamlanl lmiNT^nta-^ht nt the recent sales in New York, which
I cati give at New York priced
28,000 Yards CHECK O-V^A BURGS, bought low-to soil at 8 cents and up.
20,000 Yards Factory SHIRTING at Factory prices.
,#???-1 would rcturu thanks to the many from Edgeiield who havo patronized
my Store the past Season, and will promise to use my best efforts in the Muro, as
in the past, to give satisfaction.
JgTMr. W. E. LANDRUHI, who is still with me, will always
be glad to welcome his many friends, and give them his best attention at
H. W. LANDRAM,
Apr. 4, 1S77. 3mlG] 26S BIIOAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
GuLLETT'S MAGNOLIA COTTON GIN,
COTTON GIN FEEDER, [stationary.)
? BIGELOW STEAM ENGINES, (upright or horizontal, mounted or
! SAW MILLS, COTTON PRESSES-Screw or Lever power,
CORN and WHEAT MILLS,-(Coleman's maid of the South),
GRAIN SEPARATORS, THRESHERS, MOWERS, REAPERS,
SUGAR MILLS, EVAPORATORS, HORSE POWERS, &c, <fcc,
The bULLET GIN is endorsed by all who are using them in Edgefield
County, as well as everywhere else. Hundreds of Certificates prove what
I claim, viz : That the Cotton from th?m sells at from-r to ic per poupd
over all other OURS.
The FEEDER is worthy of (he GIN.
Twenty of the BIGELOW ENGINES sold by me last season, were work
ed successfully in the bauds of inexperienced engineers. (.Boilers insuied
for 12 years.) Can furnish a Good, Mounted 6-H.-P. Engine for $500.
Any'df the above Machinery furnished on fhort notice, AT BOTTOM
PRICES. Every article guaranteed to be as I represent them, that is:
PRICES AND TERMS LIBERAL.
State what you want and send for Circulars, Testimonials, &o. ..
O. M. STONE, Cotton Facto,
Apr.'4, 1877, 6ml6] AUGUSTA, GA.
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THOSE who sujfer from headache, can
he relieved by taking No. 37 Headache
Pills. No cure, no pay.
Ot-. L. PENN A SON1.
Mar 21, tf ft
JAMES Y. CILIJKKATH,
Attorney at Law !
Will practice in the Courts of Newber
ry and Edgeiield.
Ollico at Newberry C. H., S. C.
March 22, 187G ly 14
? V ... ?.ili&tt?l_'
P?R the best grades of Corn, Rye or
Bourbou Whiskey, Durisoe's is em?
Axes ! Axes ! Axes !
5DOZEN COLLINS* AXES, the best
manulactured, for sale low down, bv
D. R DURISOE,
?hatically THE PLACE. tf 0 Jan 10, tf ^
EXPERIENCE AT THE HELM!
A.WT.H?fiKEJiNfi"to THE PEOPLE OF EDGEF?ELD
>.-}-jl J?".; .-'
I TAKE very great pleasure in informing niy old friends'of'EagSfi^B aa& -
surrounding Counties*that I.have just received one of the CHOICBST and.
MOST VARIED lines of FIRST-CLASS' DRY '-GOODS1'that was evr
brought to; Augusta,, and at PRICES, that MUST, .INSURE SATISFY
nu-.? ir*.>t???sfr$i?l r*?W?w^vi
TIO? to 'connu mer.'!.
.', '.' jv. . w:i? lol /joti w i:w-?? -<m <o .yfWKd/o>(;-UL;ri.. y.
The unprecedented falling,off in.general: Dry Goods, .-since the opB?mig
of -the Wholesale Season-when. Calicoes left the Manufacturerahands at
.8c, \yith a .brisk demand-to the^last fewiweeks, has plftced:fiu.te"rrible damp
er on Importers and Jobbers and has compelled tbenir to dispose of Goods
extraordinarily cheap, FOE CASH.
I. have.opened some f?ew Bepartmeilts? witt ; a ^?aatifi^'j'?Va
riety of Fashionable Goods, to which I would, call . the., attention ?of the
-??..Ol '!'. . -iiSKtli'l ..; br;.*. BO f. .-- ..-j-'-^'?-i
PARIS TRIMMED"!! ATS, at leas^IMUT-GSE-THIRD' the original value.
. LADIES' UNDERWEAR in French Lawn, Mouseline' and Nainsooks
; LADIES* an\l CHILDREN'S4'SUITS'in new.designs... . ,: ;
SILK DRESS GOODS in Plain colors, Striped,' Checked and Brocaded.
BLACK>nd??to?Uv?^ 'ORENAD?NES in Plaids.?nM Pli.'in?.
COLORED. LA W Nc; m? ORG ? ND IKS,'LIN ENS,'. Ac..'.
LADIES' and" CHILDREN'S' MOSE in Plain . color*; Strip ?i; im'.
;.. ?:.'. '. :?fi.;; (foi?
jw SA MP LES an d PRICE-LIST,..
Augusta, Apr: 4, 1877.
JAMES W; TURLEY,
2if?'T5K<WiB-?r_ AUGUSTA, GA.
? Oil O?
Miss XJI? tT. LBOEL?E?s
I " ' '+*}. j -ii?'. -.f.?i:'it)ii?t>H .rxjtU.'iZ .'TI >>?. ?U-.1..
SOLICITS the Ladies of Edgefield fo'call and examine lier SPLENDID
ASSORTMENT of NEW and: FASHIONABLE .
SPRING BONNETS and HATS,
in all the Laf-.<t and Most Desirable Styles. T have also rvvjjry fine selec
.2 i i .?O? ai r??0>
. - < ? fi ?
CORAL and PLATED JEWELRY;
REAL a-d IMITATION HAIR GOODS,
ZEPHYR WORSTEDS, MOTTOES, and FRAMES-together
with my usual Stock of . . ..
ELEGANT FRENCH FLOWERS; SILKS, RIBBONS, Ac..
LARGEST and CHEA PEST Stecket -UNTRIMMED HATS in Augustan
BS* Agent for the-Celebrated DoBzlCsltC Paper Pattern^(for
merly kept by L. RICHARDS,-)' which are1 acknowledged by all who' h.ive
ever used them, THE BEST-being thc Cheapest -ind most- Perfect:. Fitting
Pattern in use. Send'Tor-Oatalooj.ie to
183 BROAD ST., (2 doors above Express Office,) AUG?STAYGA,
April 4, 1877. . 2ml5
Spring and Summer Goods !
J AM now receiving my Stock of Spring and Summer Goods, consistihjgjof
a full line of Domestics ot" every kind,
The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Prints, that I have ever exhib
ited, ?t prices to please, . _
Beautiful P.'ques at 12?c per vard, sold last season at 25.
for those sold heretofore at $4.00 per. dozen.
Biilliant? at 25c per yard, sold last season at 40c.,
Victoria Lawns at 15c per yard, sold last season at 25c..
Vard wide Victon'a Lawns at ISJ p^r yard, sold last seaton at 35c.
Corsets for 35c that seid heretofore at 50 and 60c; better grades at pii
Parasols at 20e that sold last season for 40 and 50c, and the best Scotch
Ginghams and Silk Parasols at equally low prices.
Black Grenadines at prices that can't be excelled in Augusta.
Splendid Stock of Black Alpacas at very close prices.
Thread Cambric and French Nainsook very cheap.
Berege aud Tissue Veilings, all colors.
A large loi of beautiful Edgings and Insertions at prices still lower.
Exceedingly large Stock of Ladies' Ties, all the latest styles and ?hadee.
Also a line of handsome Fischues and Silk Handkerchiefs.
Full line of colors and sizes of Harris Kid Gloves.
Variety of beautiful new Ribbons, Ruchings, Collarettes, &c,
.uuies' Hats, Flowers, Ac .
A full line of Notions, Ladies' back Combs, Costume Linens,.
Fancy Cassimeres, Gloves, Hosiery, Stationery, ?j
Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Crockery, Hardware, Ac
?_.&._Ul i - "i
These Goods are not trash bought at Auction, but are Goods bought at
First Class Houses in New York, ?tl very closo prices, with liberal disoo?nt;
hence I can sell them low.
If yon will call and examine you will see that. I have, all and a gr#at
deal more than I have attempted to represent. :- ?
April 4, 1S77. if 10
C?S0MI?, SOM1 ANB Bil
; } : : ; ?ft
STUBBS & SALINAS,
145 Broad SI., Augusta, Ga.
[Old Stand of F. M. Stubbs & Co.]
Eare offering a Full Line of CHOICE GROCERIES, consisting of
FLOUR, BACON, CORN, LARD, SUGAR^M?LASSES, SYRUP, TEAS
and all other articles nsu illy found in a Frat Class GROCERY STORE
which we are sellipg at BOTTOM PRICES, and arc determined NOT to be
UNDERSOLD by any house in the City';
FULL WEIGHTS and GOODS GUARANTEED as represented.
STIBBS & SA?IJ?AS-.
F. M. STUBBS,
Late F. M. Stubbs A Co., of Wa.
F. E. SALINAS,
Of South Carolina.
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PAY, TANNAHIUL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF and DEALERS IN
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, SADDLES, TRUNKS, HAR.
NESS, LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS, -SPRINGS; AXLES, CARRI*
AGE MATERIAL, MACHINE BELTING and PACKING, 225 Broad
Street? Opposite ?.'entrai and Globe Hotels, Augusta, Ga.
We are no.v receiving a large and varied assortment of vehicles for busi
ness or pleasure. A full assortment of 1, 2 and 4 HORSE WAGONS, bes'fc
manufactur?, at the lowes' pri.ces. Call'aud'ex.tmin? our stock.
Feb. 20, tflO] .'- I>A.YiL,rX'NNA?l?'L?i^ V CO,
ENGLISH Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain, also; Stair Carnets, Velvet Rues
Crumb CloUis, Oil Cloths, etc.,^ery cheap, at the OlcVJ-lace, K
112 FftUon Street, New York.
Carpets carefully packed aud sent to any part of the United Slates free of
charge. Send for Price List.
liar. 7,1877. tf!2] J. A. BENDALL.