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Kdgefield, S. C.? July 25, 18?8>
The Bauds That Cati Make Good
Yon may talk to me of ?ebooplished
Wit4''bands as white aa. lae lily" ;
And of melting blue eyes, and auburn
But I think that decidedly ?illy.
But when nny one mentions a lady's
Tho question pops into my h*v??l.
Not of their beauty and gulden bauds
But can they make good br?* d ?
Tpcre aro hands that aro skillful with
pencil and brush,
And can paint a landscape4*)!'face ,
-T^at caq write sweet nota?, and color s
With fie'lfpeatest beauty aadgrace.
Perhaps you ?rill call .nv a gluttonous
But, fljf tut,, I prefer instead,
A matter?of-tt>ct and sensible girl,
With hands that caa make good bread.
There aro hands that can play the piano
. wityi ease,
>-v^-; 'And flo,ger tho lively guitar :
'f Can crochet and embroider, and all auch
- as these,
Kora worthlasa than Uaa?al by far,
th?*e ara ott tory n\as*4ug to m? ?aA to
Vttt whio yo\\ ooma to ha rod.
Vin wity fln?J no hand? Wfcath tha
Like thjpre that can make good bread.
We have trouble* eneiigh io a woj'ld like
But ona, thin? lessens it much
Brings household pea?*?, and domestic
. And that is good dinner!?, and stich,
If ever you get tired pf this world's busy
And take a notion to wed,
Don't f;dl Tor your life to get a'wi fe
With flands th-.t can make good bread.
- li'//i T. Jlinuday, in Reformer.
Gov. Hampton iii* respited Jen
Divis, |he murderer o? the Franklins,
ot'Abbeville, until the 23rd ofAu
gust. .** *
CHABLEsTOX'S TRADE WITH
It gives us great pleasure to an
nounce, the gratifying fact that, as
one of the results of the .4ror?vent"
ful trip, an order has been received
by I. Hr Hall & Co., of Charleston,
for lumber, sashes, doors, blinds,
nails, and other material for thc erec
tion of a number of houses at Mon
rovia, This order was secured for
Charleston by our special correspon
dent, Mr. A. B. Williams, who cer
tainly lost, rio time iu making known
the advantages of this city aa the
shipping port for African trade.
Such material as is now to be sent
out to Monrovfct has hitheito Leen
bought in England, and there is no
doubt that Charleston can supply it
more cheaply, while the co?t ol ship
ment Yfill be less. Messrs. Hall &
Co. have engaged freight room on the
Azar, which vessel, ?ceordTng tc thc
calculations vT the" Exodus Afaocif
tion, may cross the bar aiiy day, as
she wai ordered to remain no longer,
than fifteen dr.ys at Moni-oj^^^'T!''
\ J ??f*KT?n mer
V? reas^ h^iVums should ucl
t"^w'|Mi" nu assortment of samples
by the Azor, and in this way secure
a foothold in a new field. If the ac
tion of Thc News and Courier, in
sending Mr. Williams to Liberia
shall cause the emigrants, in futuie
to be properly cared for, and shall,
ia. addison, give to Charleston the
import and export trade of the
" Black Republic," the work of Thc
News and Courier will have b?an
richer in substantial advantages than
we could have ventured to hope.
News and Courier.
O ?ST received a fresh lot pure Cider
and White Wine Vinegar. Warranted
to keep*j)ickles, at
PENN'S DRUG STORE.
Juno 5,-14 25
F LY BRlCKfgmiSm,
KILLS all the
FLIES in a
room iii TWO
Botanic Medicine Co., Buffalo.-^. Y.
NEW MARBLE WORKS!
_ EE undersigned would respectfully
announce to the citizens of Edgelield and
adjoining Comities, that bois prepared
to farntsn at short notice,
HEAD STONES, SLABS, Ac.
Will carefully Box and deliver at De
pot without extra charge
You will find it to your interest to call
Corner Campbell and Tel fa ir Streets
(Ono Square from Union Dep ot).
Eob. 27, 1878. ' AUGUSTA GA?
The CREAT REMEDI' foy
9 ALLAN'S A-N<?l4F?T
U purely refretjilU?. ?afc pttfertly It fte?
upon thc foot! in il? ?towm;?>, prevenfJuK fa bS*
wm verted into tit. Tai.-n lu Tiyrorrtdiuit with <\T
recthmm lt wW rrSitec * ht petaca tootm two to five
p.-CU per wee?. '
* Corpiilntce ls not only a Olsens* lUelf, bnt tlio
bi?r.>ln/er of ?tlit-raV So wrote Hippocrates t?o
thuujan-l year* URO, act! whti; w?s true Uten 1? noua
ttie 1H?S M> ttMj?v. '
*)M nv ?tru?teuts, or sent, Uv exnr^?, nm re*
e?t?ptor?lJU.^aartcr-<lozcn??OOr JU6K!BY? . "
. BOTANIC MEDICftig CO.* * .
FOR Preserving and Beautifying tbe
Teeth Try a bullio. At
Pehn-i* Dru? Store.
May Stu, 1S7S-21-it
Soward (. u.raby off?red by tb? pro
tease raUau, to any oliomUt vito,
?iiwill Uua lu tuon? nny MINMI o?
Or Sagar-Coated. Concentrated? Roo?
and Herbal Joice, Autt-BIIIone
Granulen. THE k< LITTLE GIANT?
CATHARTIC, or Klirttcm in Parvo
Tlie aereUv of modern MMicaJ, Chemic*!, kno.
Ibarnuootalcal beien*?. No use of any looser
t?Aji'K Uie I? rpc, repulsive, :uitt raucous ptll^
comiKvcl of ?lieuis crade, and bulky tajpedh
tnt*, when wc ran. by a careful sppuoanoa ol
eiicniieal science, extract alt tho catUartlo uni
other medicinal iirapertice from th? mew; vain?
able rn Uri ami herb*, and concentrate them Into
ti minute ?r.mulo, scarcely lerner than a
mn.tard ?Oed? that aaa i a reasflly swallowed
h? those ol the moot sensitive stomachs and fas?
liiUeus t*?te?. Kaon Iluto Purgative Fol 106
reprc-onti?,1n e most concentrated fons, at much
cutarrie i> ?wer M U embodied ia any ol the
Inn? pill* teaed for sale In drug-shops. From
Uieir wonderful cathartic power, lu comparison
to (heir '.L'?, people Wlvo have not tried thom are
??it to MI pi nue UtAt they ure liarsh or drastlo ta
eacct: l):it such U not at all tho case, the different
acth e medicinal principia, of which they are
comi>odeil bola; to harmonia?4 and modified,
one Uv the ouiors, 5* to produce a Stall
H?r.kiu| aaui Utoronglk. yet Ceeuy
and kin div operaAlait caikartto.
(??on iwnoyel-. - .--,-,_
other forms of moruury, Alnara) poUoa, orin.
Jurious drtii'. M . (J
Being ontirely rewa takd e. aojitrtloattr
caro t* H iuii eil white u*n?? them. They opt*v
Rip withpin disturbance to the oonstihulon, Jio%
HF oi-r-iuiaiiQ-a, For jaundice. Headache,
Constipation, impnro Blood, pata
lu tito siiouldora, T*a-Ittne?a ot ibo
rim-!, Dizaine ?f. Sour fcructatloua
/rom tlie stout nc 11, Bad tn? ti.? In -inf
Uioillb. Ilwiou?. attacks, i?aln ill re*
g-loo of Kidney?, Internal Fever,
Bloated feeling ?bout Stoumfh,Ru?.h
of Blood- to Head. Hiar?i-colorcd
Uriuo, Unsociability and. Gloomy
forebodings, take Dr. Pierce**. Pleas
ant Purgutl ve Pellets. In explnnati0? ?>i
the remcuial power v! mr Purgative i'ellctJv
over tn prent a variety of diseases, I Wl3h to sax
that their actlou upon tho nn!unai
economy I? universal, 1101 a gland or
.Ibsuc cscaplnjr their pnnaiive im
prc**. Age docs not iuijoir tbe prnpcru?* or
these relied, 'fhev ate ?ucar-eoaiod ami in?
: rinsed In pla?* boule-?. Uieir virtues beiup ibero
Uv pivM?rve.eunimpaired for any length of timo,
v\ uni' climate; so tn-ai tUev are always fresh
nod reliable. This i* not thc ea*C wilh those
pills which are put up ir. cheap woollen or
?.USteboan) !H.\V-. Itccnllcet Hint for :il? dis
ta-;- where :i Unxatlv?, Altertitlvc? or
Purgative, is indicated! tlieM) lillie I'ilteO
?iii Sty* ;he most ^Jrfe*fe?atisfacih)"? lo air who
o;o ihe-'i. . '
They are sold byf all lirnggiats at
~t tits a bottle.'
2. 7, ?:SSC2. Lr. D., Prop'r,
; . 7:ri"r"AT.O. fi. Y
Corner Broad it Washington Sts ,
Goods recoi ved* direct from tho M atm
facturer.s. and "can sell lower than any
House in tho City.
Mareil 27Ui, 1878- Gm-15
F< r Scrofula, ami all
crofi^p?s diseases. Kiysi
jxiias.^*0se, or Sr. Aiitlio
irc, llruptioiKs a:id
f'.', *ws< nsi's of tho
''-f-iUims of th?
Sores. IUieumatisnfi^euralgia, Pain in
Ute Dones, Si'ie and Head. Female
Weakness, Sterility, Leucorrhoea, arising
from Internal ulceration, and Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and -Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General Debility. :t::d for Purifying the
Thia Sarsaparilla Li a combination ot
vegetable alteratives - Stiiilugia, Man?
drake. Yellow l>oek - -with the IoJidea
of Potassium and Iix>n, ?urt u the mest
elficacious medicine yet )tno-?b foi
thc diseases it is foteitded to c?V?.
Its iugix'dients are saikiliuliy com
bined, that tlie full alterative effect of
each is assured, aud v. hi Je it is so ntild
as to be harmless even to children, it is
still so effectual aa to purge out from tbs
system those impurities und co: rapt iocs
which develop iuto loathsome disease.
The reputation it cujoys is derived
from its cures, and the cout?dence M hieb
prom i nf nt physicians all over th? coun
try repese in it prove their esp?rifcnce
of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues have
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, and as many of these cas.es aie
publicly knoTvn. they furnish couvjb?ipg
evidence of the superiority of this fear,
saparilla over every other alterative
medicine. So genera i ly is its superi
ority to aiiy other medicine known, that
we need do no more than to assure the
public that the best qualities it ha* evrfi
possessed are strict?y'maintained.
Cr. J. C. AYER & CO.. Lowell. Mass.,
j-rad ?cai and Atta I yt ?etti Vitfutints.
6oi.a uv ALI. unccuiSTS i^LiawnciiK,
Hy .yt :n!tn<?itsel|.r::rSrp. (rvreii-Unp diroiiaha
penifclf.f years, haring within that ihao treated
rnaay tiiot'sajid oases of Uto?o tli-ca?on pccidial
to womans .1 nave been ennble<l to perfopt a
laoMjMiieiit andrni.'ree:ii.'i<; uiodicino Hut meeta
Utc^h^ioitiiv^a^iitMl ^v.-u..a ?j!a??.cf??ua.
ea?cfnriui lanlme ccHalnty and c^neujes?.
To dasistiAto thii natural niecific cotupoiiad,
1 lune named it - ; ..
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Tito fenn, however. U bat a icehle exprqesion
ot my In^h npproclaUon ot iu value, UAscilrunfln
my own iicisonnl onaorrailotu As a cloie ub=
ecrvcr, I have, whiio witnessing; 4M positive rc
su?s lit the few?|iecinl dinoa*** inc|dcntio,tuo
scjiarate ntiranisni <>i woman, sindel lt Out na
thc clintds or erownins Kein o? my
m?dirai career, OH'.A merits, a< a IWISI
Uyo. ?.lie, nmi effectual remcily for tiii- ?lans
01 iliseasc?. and ot.c that wia. nt all limes and
: ?1er nil circumstance*, act kindly and in linr
uiony with tile'.laws which govern inj) t?malo
sysieui, I nm ? ?liing to stake iny reputation as a
physician. Nay, even more, so cnuddent am 1
Uutt it will not di?aii|toiitt the mo.-4 sancuine
c\|ic?iations'efn ?ingle InraHd'ladv who ?-es it
foraitybl Iheailiucits for which I recommend ::,
Uial f oiler and ?-ll it ender A POSITIVE
GUARANTEE. If a honcflcinl eile?: i-; not
OX|tcricncol by Ihc limo Iwo-ihirds of Um con
tenu of thc ! otilo aro uscil; I will, on return ol
tho bottle, two-thirds of thu medici na having
iteen i.iken according to directions, ami tho caso
ticing.ene for which I recommend it. promptly
reluiHlilhc aioney paid ;(ir it. liad 1 not ilie
most porfectconti lenee in Its vii-..,<_.-, 1 '-?-uM n>a
OIIIT if n* i ii., nuder titt>c comliUons; bm hav
ing witnessed ?t- trulvmi'incalous cures lu ilion
Minis of ease?. I re??l warrnu ted and
perfoetly safe lu rikking both my
rcptitatloti and my nu-ney 011 Itu
The fo'lowin? are rimoi?y t|m-e dh>cafOS th
vhicH my Favorito Prcacrlptioh lina
T0>rketl cur.es, as if by tnagfc, and with a ccr
Ctrtnty neve,- before aitainetl bv nny inisllci?c:
r^rticorrhosa, ?xeessivo Ft?aing. Painful
Mpnthly Periods, Suppressions when frmu ':n
1 win nd causes, Irrejruiaritiea, Weak liank, Pm
la|wus, or fallin<r of Ilia Uieru-. Anlevetsion and
Botroverslon, llcarln-' Down Sensaiions, Inter
nal Heat, Nervous I)etire-?-lon, Oehiltlv. De
iioodency, Tbreatcneil Miscarriage, Chronic
U'onjestion, Inflammation and Ulc?ration of tin?
Uterus, Impotency, Rnrrciiness,er Sterility. Ke
icalo weakness, and vcr-.' many oilier ebroaic
lisease'- ;:ic?le:it to woman not mentioned hciv.
in all affections of this nature, mv Favorito
nawrlption works euros -the marvel ?S
the world. This medicino' I do not i?\tol a? a
.itic-:dl, hut it ndmirahiv fuliUls a einslo
ness" of purpose, hr.rp n most perfect
? perifje in all chronic disoc^es of thu sexual eye.
em of wntimn. It will not rUsniipoint, nur will
t do barm, !n any suite or condition.
Those wtio desire ftirlhor infonuation on
bese subjects eui obtain it in TUE 1'KOI'LK'S
XMIKON SENSE MKDICAL ADVI^SU, a hook
>f over 900 paaes, sent, post-mid, on receipt
rf - . 1.50. lt UreaU mlnnloiy ?f those diseases
reeuliar to Keuudc?, and jrtvb* much valuable
?Is-ice In robard lo Ute management ol UtosO
FAVOBITE PBESCHIPTIO.V SOLD
par A2.L oHvoomu.
B. ?. PIERCE, I. D,, WP,
BUFFALO, X T.
CEO. W. REYNOLDS.
KEO. G. REYNOLDS.
GEORGE G. REYNOLDS & SON,
SASH -?E^ERS W~ PAINTS,
O Iii ASS,
LOCKS, WHITE LEAD,
SCREWS, MANTELS, &c.
OF ALL KINDS.
Ware-Rooms: No. 43 Jackson Street.
t?TWrite for Prices. [feb27-lyll] AUGUSTA, GA.
THE F?EDEKlCKS??R? DEY GOODS STO?E.
CORNER BY TEE PLANTERS,
AUOT9TA, GA. \ A
The Largest Stock.
The Lowest Prices.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING SPRING GQOV?
OlVall the NEW AND CHOICE FABRICS of the SEASON. t
We semi SAMPLES and prices when requested, anti on orders of SlO
or over ?or Goods from our Retail Department, we PAY the FREIGHT to
the Customer's nearest Express Otlice. _ ^
y- RICHARDS & BRO.
March 13th. ISTS^lyJ^
THE NEW STORE AT TRENTON, i C.
No. ?, Fairview St.
a B. HUGHES.
Has just cpened a S?lect Stock of
-DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. SHOES and BOOTS.
BACON. LARD, HAiftS. FLOUR, MEAL, RICE, SUGAR,
.' MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA, SOAP. STARCH,
CANNED GOODS, HARDWARE, TIN WARE.
. Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, CIGARS, ?cc, ic,
TOGETHER WIT O A CHOICE LOT OF*
LIQUOBS, WINES, BESE,, GII3^^3
And everything else in the way of a good drink.
jrgf TAYLOR'S EXCELSIOR YEAST POWDERS.-?!
Sgf-T invite my friends to call and price my Goods before purchasing
elsewhere. - J.
Feb. ?, 1S7S. US) B. ??. EirttHlS.
O. M. STONE & CO., Augusta, Ga.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Glullett's Improved Light Draft Cotton Gin (rando by B. D.
illett, the pate- tee,') FAUM ENGINES, every. Mylo for
Gullett, tne i
Thresh i nu-. Ginning, eic, Lnrgc Engines^-?a??<*^iJ?s.
Prices Low! Terms Liberal !
Every Machine warranted as rearesented.
J^" Circulars and estimait s furnished on application.
O. M. STONE & CO.,
_____ _AUGUSTA, fli.
LETON & BROS
PLANTATION STEAM ENGINES,
CAKE MIIJ.8, AH Sizes, SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
FLOUE MILLS, HORSE POWERS,
THRESHING MACHINES. PUMPS, IRON RAILING,
WATER WHEELS, GIN GEARING, all Sizes.
IlivlH? Houm out Yt\\ Geo. Cooper, his Old Patrons can bc
Furnished with Duplicates and Repairs cheap.
Smith's Celebrated Coiiou Presses, for Hand, Horse or
TSP- REPAIRING done at very LOW PRICES.
March t!7th, 1878-ly-15
WHOLESALE AX1> RETAIL DEA LEK IX
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
EXCELSIOR COOK-HOT BL A STpf
Superior beyond comparison g any other high-hearth stove in tho market
It has Luryc Pingle Oven Doors, artisticallyd esigncd, line?] with tin and titted
with bright turn buckles; large hot-bla t fire door, swinging hearth plate and dpm
ishpit A Mi Spears .-; Patent Baird A sh Pan ?nd silting grate. ' P
Th? (ivco i* large, and the tines of unusual size, and so arranged aa to be oas
ly kept clean.
Tr. has a large top, provided with Mnnlgle*? Patent Gas-biirnintj Lone Divis
on Piece, the Lest cross-piece in us?. All r .o moulding* of the stove arc heavv
md its design and ornamentation Will satisfy the most critical Listo. . .
Fon WOOD tho stove is fitted with a Patent Combined Wood Grate and
Fire Dog, au entirely r.cw arrangement, and the most durable wood grate in uso
6 inch, $22.00. 7 inch, $27.00. S inch, ?32.00. 9 inch, $34.00
/7Sfir Call and .See it, or Send for Circular before purchasing elsewhere.
Small Choking Stoves $13.00 nut! 1.5,00,
K>?r Palo hv
Mareil lal, f?78.
W. ?. RELPH,
v?t;:; rtrond street, AUGUSTA, GA,
C. A.. AUSTIN,
JOHNSTON, S. C.
aS JUST OPENED a ucw Establishment for the sale of Stoves, Tinware of
. ali descriptions, My Tinware 1 manufacture myself and guarantee to give eli
sa tisfuct ion. I sell tin-Celebrated " Farmer Girl" Cooking Stove-frnni S2() to
10 according to size. Persons wanting Pots, Pans, or anything belonging to a Stove
n have it supplied here. I also repair old Stoves and old Tinware. Mvstock of
n consists ?n part of Foot Tubp, Chamber Pail?, Cups, Buckets ' f every sise,
vs?ed Tinvvare of every description, Grates. Sheet-Iron and Japanned Ware etc
Job Work, stich as Guttering, Spouting and Rooffing a specialty. ' .
S&T All work executed with neatness and despatch and guaranteed.
0? A. Austin,
JOHNSTON, S. C. I
Hay 8th, 1878-3m-2i
JOHISTOS, 8. C.
New Goods! New Goods!
Prices Guaranteed to Suit the Times !
X PKEFER not to give special prices, bat call and examine my Immen J Stock
ol' Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., before purchasing eJscwhcre.
XN my Dry Goods Department will be found an elegant assortment of Staple and
Fancy Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing, ?fee., Arc, ?fcc.
ALSO, on hand a fall Stock of General Groceries, consisting of Plantation
Supplies, Hardware. Liquors, ita, which I am offering at the lowest prices
A largo supply of Standard Fruit Jars just received and for sale LOW FOR
. W. G. KE?NAGHAN
Johnstons, C. C. & A. R. R., S. C.
Shafting and Pulleys*
Jtrt?ii?ig Engines, Oof ton Sorews, -?elting
CEO. fi. LOMBARD & GO.,
FOREST CITi' FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
170 FENWICK ST., (near Water Tower), AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines,
VVATER WHEELS. Saw, Grist and Flour Mills, Furnishings and Machin
ery. Castings in Iron and Brass-of all kinds.
Special Attention Given to Repairing U?aeliinery.
SST Send for Catalogue ot Mill Gearing. Second hand Machinery
fought and Sold. We use Wrought-iron Journals in our Cane Mills, ly-16
To The People - of Edgefield !
GOO PAIRS OF SHOES !
_ ?ITED TO THE SEASON. Prices lower than ever known, even in
anti-war times. Gents' fine low quarter work, in all Styles. French Calf.
French Gsat, French Kid, and Kangaroo from Australia ; Prices $2.50 to
$5.50. It is worth your time to call and inspect this splendid stock, just
for the pleasure of .seeing the great improvements.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's in endless variety. Evans' Patent Ex
panding Boots and Congress Gaiters-the fiuest ever invented by
Jan. 30, 1STS. ly7]
Opposite New Monument,
^N^AL ^0TEL ^L0CK' AUGUSTA, GA.
GRANITE V I h L E, S. C,
AS on hand, and re?oives daily, New Goods in
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
I am determined to keep none but the best brands, and fell them at
prices to suit the hard times.
I sell the best brands of TOBACCO and CIGARS, and whether the
Moflit Hell Punch Law passes the Legislature or not, I shall continue to sell
"The Double Particular," or
Sweet Mash Mountain Corn Whisfcev,
FINE WINE, LAGER BEER, and LIQUORS of Every Description.
MY WAGON YARD is in good order and free to'the Public. All I
aek is that you call and see my Goods.
Jan 23,1878-ly-G 1 A, P. PADGETT,
Graniteville, S. C.
$8,000.00 WORTH OF NEW GOODS
JUST received from Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, and
more tj arrive, consisting of
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
A full line of Men's and Boys' CLOTIIING,
?hfcn endless vari?ty of BOOTS, SHOES and FIATS,
A full stock of HARDWARE, WOODEN WARE, TIN WORK, CROCK
ERY and GLASSWARE.
My GROCERY DEPARTMENT is well stocked with the choicest GRO
NEW and PIECED BAGGING at the lowest prices,-and in fact every
thing on hand from a Paper of Pins to a Hogshead of Bacon, which I pro
pose to sell low.
Give me a trial and be satisfied that JAMES E. COOK, of Graniteville,
is not bchi?d the tines.
N. B-I continue to seil COTTON, consigned to me by Planters, FREE
? , e n o 'JAMES E. COOK.
Graniteville, S. C., Sept. 5, 1377. Iy38
wi mw? wmm netti*
S still Manufacturing complete stock/0f one find Two-HORSE WAGON8, and
is determined not to be undersold^/?lso SPRING WAGONS and HARNESS
all kinds. For Prices apply by i/tter or in person, to .,
"J J? H. LOW REY, Proprietor,
^ M ?nft. . * , Co"?r Campbell and Ellis Streets, AUGUSTA, GA. .
?ES-50,000 Feet Hard Ltmb?r Wanted. Feb. ?, tfB
. L. FULLERTON,
192 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Number 7, $65.00. Number 8, $75.00.
CHARTER OAK STOVES,
No. 6, $22.00. No. 7, $27.00. No. 8, $32.00. No. 9, $34.00.
THE GRANGE STOVE,
No. 6, $13.00. No. 7, 25.00. No. 8, $30.00.
We also keep other patterns at the lowest market prices.
D. L. FULLERTON.
Augusta, Ga., March 6, 129m
DAY, TANNAHILL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Carriages, Wagons, Coach Materials, Saddlery,
HARNESS, LEATHER,'SHOE FINDINGS, BELTING.
THE attention'of the'purnim is called to our large and complete assortmen to
goods in all the above branches, which we are offering very low to snit the
times. p&~ Send fur our Prices.
Carriages, Buggies. Rockaways, One-Horse Wagons, Three and Four Horse
Wagons, Bnegy Umbrellas. Children's Carriages-all prices, Combs and Clippers,
Saddles. Bridles, Whips, Fine Trunks, Lack Bands, Bits, Harness of all descripl
lion, Collars, Hames, Traces, Satchels, Hame Strings. Horse Brushes, Buckles, <fcc,
ti?- Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather. French and American Calf and Kip Skins,
Linings, Pegs, Lasts, Boot Trees, Crimps, Clamps, Tools and Findings of all
kinds. Loather and Gum Belting-2 to 14 inches, Soapstone, Hemp and Gum
jjSir The Famous Jackson Patent Truss Rod Plantation Wagon-wide or narrow
Ties, and the Reliable Sweetwater Wagon-15 Axle, all at bottom prices.
DAY, TAMAHILL & CO.,
March 13tb, lS78-ly 13 AUGUSTA, GA.
Roto't H. May db Co.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Every Description of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES,
PLANTATION AND L??MBEE WAGONS,
Harness, Saddles, Trunks, Bags, Valises, Shoe Findings,
Leather of all kinds, Belting, Etc., Carriage Materials, Saddlery, Hard
ware, Whips, Umbrellas, Etc.
DEPOSITOR Y AND SA LEGROOMS .\
20S Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., and OS Cherrv Street, Macon Ga.
March ?7th, 1S7S-ly-15
Price List J. P. Weathersbee.
Calico at 2: to S n?. Needles 3 papers for 5;-:ts. Fans 3 for 5 cts.
IC yds. Sea Island Homespun for 81*. 20 yds. Augusta Shirting for ?1.
1(5 yds Checked and Striped Homespuns i*or 81.
Yard-Wide Irish Linen at 25 cts per yd.
Iii yds Corded Pique fer ?1.
, 20 Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs (Ladies') for $1.
20 yds Grenadines, Striped, for $1.
?T Linen Dr: t for pants, 12?c per yd. Hea%y Towellinor 10 yds for $1.
ton Joans, for pa"ts, for $1. Jen?r" and Beys' Clothing very cheap to
Sommer Stock. Plaid Sash Ribbone, 0 ir ches wide, 12J cts. per yard,
trafijio white Merino Shirt? for 2i> ct#" ??**-.-Ladies' Suit&yGrass au>l
""? ?'-r?-?w?fci?f--a-x^j.Tioiif a'.M-?lLih??y. dumajrt'd-from 25c to
i and Hats going the same way to dost? out. Childrens' Shoes at 25 cents,
il linc of Matting from 20 cents up. Ar lot of One-Day Clocks that must
ho sold-good timo-keepcre from $2 to 4- como in time. A beautiful line of Light
French Summer Cassimeres. all wool, for 90 cns. per yd-old price ?2.25. Navy
Blue-?ll wool-50 cts. per yd-old price $1.95. lo-4 Bleached Sheeting from 20cts.
up TnbleaHted Sheeting from 15c. up. l*ins 3fi0 to the paper lc. each. Ladies'
Bulbriggau Hose, OOo. per box. Ladies' Str/.ped Hose 10c. per pair. Ladies'
White Mose 5 "tents per pair. Gents' i Hose frr.m 5 cents up. Gouts' French Lin
on Finished Handkerchiefs. 21x21 inches-rea/ ly for use-3 for 25c. Gents' Pure
Linen Handkerchiefs, 22x21 inches, for 10c. Hemmed. Pure Linen Towels and
White Goods sr.id for one-third lfss than Jieretofore. Gent?'Suspenders-dam
ed-for 5c. per naur. 5,000 L F. Handkercb ieis, 18x18, for 4?. each. 20,000 Cakes
of Soap, lc each. 1,000 Parasols at prices reduced greatly. r?00 Looking Glasses
that must be sold, from 20o. up. AU good? in Grocery Department sold at bottom
prices. A very superior Coll?e at 20ft. per lb. Fine Extra C Sugar 10c. per lb.
Excellent lian is at Sc. per lb., ?fcc, ?MI.
tsr Do not forget the Fiew Pince ot'Business, 349
and 351 between Hie Pi .inters Hotel *ntf the Upper
.IB ar kef.
Jan. 30,1S78. Ijl) J. P. WEATBHGRSBEE.
JAS. W. TURLEY
THE OLD RELIABLE
AGAIN to call vo nr very serious and particular attention to his
Mammoth and Matchless Ste ck of FIRST-CLASS SPRING & SUMMER
Dry Goods, which has never before reached such astonishingly low down
prices. My friends will see how utterly impossible it is to enumerate all
the things in a Dry Goods S core. My customers can roly on my stock sup
plying anything that they r an think of or desire.
Send your orders wil h confidence, for anything you want, you shall
not be disappointed. De /ci Ibe as nearly ai you can what you want,
and about the price you w ant to pay.
Exceptional Lines an i Prices in the following departments may be re
HOSIER! and NOTIONS,
Cassimeres, House Keeping Goods, Domestics, Paris Trimmed Hats
SMAJLL WARES, .
LADIES' HEADY-MADE SUITS
LACE GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS
Parcels arnonntin. g to $10.00 and over WILL EE DELIVERED
FREE OF CHARGE.
JAJMIES W. TURLEY,
April 25th, ISTcS-Sm-lu'
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MEW- PR OCESS FLOUR !
. IP. '?fe 3is.. ar. MIXJ3L.ES:
CRESCENT FLOUR MILLS,
FAN| BTBA FAMILY, SUPEBFJ3S?E'
QU?WPW ? equal. We have constantly
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