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Edgef?eld, S. C., July
dv 25, 1878.
The Hauda That Can Make Good
You may talk t rn? of accomplished
With ?'^?ods ?s white as.the lily" ;
And of nr.elttng blue eyes, and anburn
Bot I thinly that decidedly willy.
But -when np y one mentions a lady's
Tho question pops into my'hwil.
Not nf their beauty and golden bauds
But csp they make good Ure? d ?
There are hands that aro skillful with
pencil and brush,
And can paint a landscapeWfa?? ,
Jhat eau, write sweet notes, and color a
With ^o^?retiest beauty end grace.
Perhaps yon will call me a gluttonous
Bot, tor ms, I prefer instead,
A mstterrof-nict and senaibls girl,
With bands that ?jan make good bread.
There are hanci3 c-*n pl?y tlle piano
? . with oase.
And fiqger tho lively guitar ;
Can crochet and embroider, and all such
Mora worthless than Uaefet by raf,
thea? a?e alt tvry plaasing %o ea* ?ad *?
lut whoo yon onme to be ft>df *
V m u-llj hntj no banda henfrutk (ha
Like ?RK-e that can make good breed.
We have troubles enfiiigti io a world like
But one thing lessens it much
Brings household pea**?, and domestic
. And th,at is good dinners, and Mich,
If ever you get tired of this world's busy
And ta,ke a notion to wed.
Don't fall for your lifo to get a'wile
With juanda that can make good bread.
- Wm T. Jlonaday, in Reformer.
Gov. Hampton has respited Jeii"
Divis, |he murdereroi the Franklins,
ot' Abbeville, until the 23rd ol'Au
CHARLESTON'S TRADE WITH
It gives us great pleasure to an
nouuee. the gratifying ?tct that, as
one of the results of the A zor A vent
ful trip, ar. order has been received,
by I. H: Hall & Co., cf Charleston,
for lumber, sashes, doors, blinds,
nails, and other material for the 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, no time iu making koown
the advantages of this Vi ty as the
shipping port for African trade.
Such material as is now tc be sent
out to Monrovia has hitheito been
bought in England, and there is no
doubt that Charleston can supply it
more cheaply, while the cost of ship
ment will be less. Messrs. Hall ??
Co. have engaged freight room on the
Azor, which vessel; according to thc
calcul?tiona"or the Exodus Associa
tion, may cross the bar any day, as
she wat ordered to remain no longer
than fifteen dry? a: Monrovia-.-,;,T> "
J ?jr^cx?ri mer
\ no I I ll Mill lill I ll net
j^aSpfSTan assortment of samples
by the Azor, and in thia way secure
a foothold in a new field. If the ee
tion of Thc News and Courier, in
sending Mr. Williams to Liberia
shall cause the migrants, in fntme'
to be properly cared for, and shall
iu addison, give to Charleston the
imjport and export trade of the
" Bla?k Republic," the work of Thc
News and Courier will have been
richer in substantial advantage than
we could have ventured to hope.
News and Courier.
O UST received a fresh lot pure Cider
and White Wino Vinegar. Warranted
to keep^pickles, at
PENN'S DRUG STORE.
Jone 5,-14 25
LIAN'S FLY ERICS
KILLS ail the
FLIES in a
room in TWO
zo c. worth
Botanic-Msdicine CoTjBuSakvN. Y.
NEW MARBLE WORKS!
_ EE undersigned would respectfully
announce to the eitizensof Edgetield and
adjoining Counties, that he is prepared
to furnish 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 cal!
Corner Campbell nod Telfnir Streets
(One Square from Union Dep on.
Fob. 27, 1878. ' AUGUSTA GA.
The GREAT REM EDV for
0 ALLAN'S ANTLiFAT
i? purely vegeUlti- inC p?rfiwtly liarail***. It seat
upon tlic ?IVHI in UJC stomach, lireve.uiuir Ita bcinr
e?.nvurtcd lntu fat.- Taki-n lu Tiocorrt?ncv nifli Ht
rectlolii, tt wlH rr du?- a fut ftota two to 9va
>-HM per wer lc -
*-Csri/iilrnce ls not only a disease Itst?*. bnt tlic
tt?r!4n?er of ?.UUT?." SO ?rote Hippocrates two
tlKriuarrt year* a ..-J, aud whk'? waj Vu? UKO 1* mmt
Hie Uts so axjiy. *
*>i<i hy dru?hts, or sent, by UP ? s, ?BOB r>
asHptorllJa^uarter-dozeneiSV xJetS?- - -
? BOTANIC M?DIC8KS GO., ?>
Full Preserving and Beautifying the
reeta. Tiy a bottle. At
Fehn7* Drug Store.
May Sth, 1S7S-21-4t
Or Sagar-Coated. Concentrated* Roo*
and Herbal Juice, Antl-Blllone
Granulen. THE "EITTEE GIANT*
CATKAHTIC, or Klnrltcm lu Farro
The nevonv of modern MM!c*4, Chemical, ?nA
?hni-maooulicni Seien'?. Ne use af an;- lon**c
UJdn* Ute larpe, repulsive, an* nauseous ?til:?.
comiKwc'l of aheap, crude, and bulky ins;rcdi
cati, when wc ram bv a careful appfloatioa ot
chert:?ea! science, extract all the cut?anlo and
other medicinal properties from the mo*: nun*
r.ble ranfti ami herbs, ?nd concentrate die in into
a minute Granulo, scarcely laroer tbau a
suB'tard need, thai can be readily swallowed
bv thnaO ol Hie moat MW itt va stomachs mid fa*?
tiiUvna taste*. Kaeh Hute Par*rnttve Pella*
rapre -out*. 1n a m?,:oonc4)ntrntcd iona, na mu eil
cuticle )i .wer aa u ciulxKliixl in MIT ot iii?
large pill* foots! for sale In drug-suopa. Prom
tliclr wonderful cathartic power, In comparison
to Uieir ab a, people vt io have not trie J uom ata
apt to MI iv"-* that thev ure luirsh or drastic Ita
.feet: tmi ?uch I* not at all Uiocase, Cha diff?rant
active mediclaol principiad ot Whtoh ihey av?
cctupo?cd bei nf? so hannoniisd and nouille d,
aaa Uv the oin or?, aa to produce a ?Oil
?Mrottiua ?wi araotro???*. yat aaawr
and ?ilu017 operetta!! eosaartle.
?a 00 tie ward ti herabr offered by the pro*
mor ?7 tSa?e .fsUau, oliomlat wno,
upon rn?a>?*>, wUl Mud to thom tiny oialomul o?
u'W Mi'ia* of mo row/, tolnora? polaon, ojio?
JiU'toua Urtii'. Sa . Cj
Heine outirolv T?c* takle, aopexheai?
pars w ii-i'iifd while iuwf Uiern. They opw
atp without ijU'.itrtiruuve to Che c^nstihulon, oh?*
nf oec\\KU\(a, Var 4m; nd I CP, Wcedoefc*,
C ^lipntjott, Jmpurg Blood, Pa.'q
tu t)|o MiouldorH,THiUnifHs ot tao
(ho-t, Dizziness, Sour Eructation*
/rora the Montncli, Bad ta? to lu thsf
mouth, i?i?iou* attack*, Pain la re?
Kloo of Kidneys Internal Fever,
Klontod fofl i ny ubout Ntomn<-h,Ituu!t
ul Hlood. to Head, Hla-h-colorod
Urine, Unsociability stud Gloomy
foreboding*, take Dr. Pii-rcCV Pleas
ant Purgative Pellets. In explanation of
Ute remcilal power sf mr Purgative Pellet*
over Wi prent M variety of diseases. I "trl3tl to ?ax
?i:it their net iou upou the not mal
oeonomy I* uulveraal, iioi a plinid or
.Usuc ??captas? tatar paiiatlve lm
prca.s. Ape doc* pot imyjair the properties of
Uie.c Pellet*. Thev nre-!>upnr-coaicd and ia-.
' ?toned In p?a?? bottle-, iheir virtues bciup Utero
liv mv-crve.l unim ?mistar any lenirtnof time.
i:i nnv climate; MI trna they are always fresh
and reliable.' This is not the vase with those
lillis tvli'.eli ure put np la cheap wooden or
liastcbtmnl boxes. Kccmlcet ?mt for all di>
ta-e- whore n Laxative, Alterative or
Purgative, is in.ln-m?>f, lhe-0 tulle i'?JtCO
?-ill jnv? thc laoit parleBSintiafctcifon io alf wno
UMS ificm. . ?
They are sold b>; all rrnggists at
ci-ats a bottle'
2. V. PIBR5S. l?. D.. Prop'r,
? . r.vnwto. jz. y
Corner Broad it Washington Sts ,
Goods 'received direct from the Mann
factur?is, and "eau sell lower than an;
House in the City.
Marc!? :27th, 1678- ?m-l?
]?*. r Scrofula, ami :;i
_crot'ifious diseases. Ervsi
jielrsj^^08*'' Qt '<r- AnUio
ire, Irruptions a:u
>V,m as.'s of tu<
I iciiraVons of tin
? ?<?? 1 ,<5to"ia*;u. Kidneys
ietteJ; ??at, sSatim, Scald
Sores, iiheumatisnnjvcuralgia, Pain io
tiie Rones. Si-ie and Head. Female
Weakness, Sterility, Leuconiioeu, arising
from internal ulceration, and Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General Debility, .r.:d for Purifying the
This Sarsaparilla L a combination ol
vegetable alterati?es - St?liugu, Man
drake. Yellow lkwk - -with the Iodides
of Potassium and Iron, thirl u the most
efficacious medicine yet kno^a toz
thc diseases it is intended to cut-?.
Its iugix'dieuts aresonkiliuiiy com
bined, that the full alterative effect of
each is assured, and v.hije it is so mild
as to bc harmless even to children, it is
?till so c&'ecturtl as to pur.?* out from the
syntem those impurities and corruptions
which develop iuto loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and the confidence which
prom ?neut physicians all over the coun
try repese in it, prove their esp?rience
of its usefulness.
Certif?cales attesting its virtues have
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, and as many of these cxsfs aie
publicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence ot the superiority of this fear*
saparilla over every otlier alterative
medicine. So generally is its superi
ority to any other medicine known, thal
we need do no more than to assure The
public that the best qualities it has uvtri
possessed are strictly"maintained.
Dr. J. C. AYER ? CO.. Lowell. Mass.,
J'radical anti A lid iff? ir. it I ?'ii fin ?nts.
SOLD UV ALI. DRUGGISTS LVEUVWHERR.
By an :mm?melir::rSrp. e\:cndinr through a
pcriikLof years. Iiartntf a*itliiii ti.at niuo treated
ma?y (housaiHl ivi^c.. <if nio-c di-e.i.-cs ncculiai
to woolan; .1 lavo boen enahleil to perfept s
iHfisUia^MitaMtjaere?uble laeiucinc iliat meela
.lie MlsaitiopS^aSpiiiaVl hv. u..a o!r??4-of^ut
eaoctnrith iH?iawcerlaiat; and.c^a?tnoss.
To dcsijriiftlo Ultu natural spociCc couipouad,
I have mimed it . ' ?.
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prssc'ript?on.
TliP form, however, i* but a foeblO c-vpre??ion
o? my lli^h appreciation ol Its value, ba-ed npiii
my own iMsrMimri nlMorratlon. As u pio^e nb
aervcr. I have, wliik? witncsalntr4ta iiositlvo re
suils in thc few p|ieCMl '?st;;^,.* ?ucjdcnl iD.tlic
??iKirato nrpinam -t? wonnue aln^le.1 it om a?
thc climds or erowal ns irein of ni y
medical cnycerv. o:i*,- inerits, as a p.'i'i
tnc. s.!.'c, amt effectual remcily for ?ii- et?ss
of ilisvti-es ?uni one that ? iii. itt all limed and
: floral! circumstanced.'act kindly ai: I in har
mony willi Hie laws which jrovcni Uip icinnlo
sy&tcm, I ara u illinp io gtake my reputation as a
physician. Say, even more, so ennddent am 1
that it will nol tli&apiioiril thc :u*>.-? sa ilpili no
?.v|icci?tloft9?ef a Mnple biriiHd'lailv who it-'os it
foraiiybf thc ailments for which I rccam ifand ::.
Utat I oller and rill it under A POSITIVE
?17 AK ANTEE, ?f a bonedcial otfect is ma
oxpericnceil l?\ ihcUmc two-ihinls of il?e con
tents ?f thc l?>!i!(! aro used; I will, on return ni
thc bottle, two-thirds ot tho t.i"d?r?!.c navinc;
liccn taken according to directions, mid t!;:- r:i?e
bcinp one for whicli I r^oinmcntl it. jiromjiilv
refund ?Ute Xl.y paiij mr il. Had i au*. Hie
most iicrfccleonlftlcnce in >'~ vir'...o-, ? cou:?! n?l
otl'T li ns 1 du ulster u conditions; hut hav
Ing witnessed :t- trulv miraculous cures In ?i"u
saiiils of eases, I foci warranted raid
perfci-tly ^ulV in ilsUitijr boili my
n on:?iil.MI und my nu.ney un Ile
Thc fe" rlnp aro amour thn-e diseases iii
irhich my Favorito Prescription lau
nyirkcd r.isro-.. as if by mnaie. ami with a cer
tainty never before attained by anv ninilici?e:
fAracorrhoj.'v Excessive Ft?winjr. l'ainful
Monthly Periods, Suppressions ?!;<. , froio 'ai
natiirale.iUi.os, Irrepufnritics, Weak Huck, l'n?.
lapsus,orfallinxof the t'icriis. AniereMon and
Betmvcision, llearinp Down S< rjiaiions, inter
ital Heat, Nervons Ueprosslon. Debilitr, De>
pondenny. Ttireateneil Misearriape, Chr.nilc
Uonpcstion. Inflammation and Ulceration i>f Um
li torus. Impotency, Barrenness, or Sterility, Fe
male WciiJuirMs, mid very many otia-r clirnnic
lUSeases incident to woman not mentioned here, i
In ail flHeciinns of this airMIre, my Favorite
Prober!lotion works cures-.the marvel o?
tho world. Tili? medicine I do n<>i . \tol as a
r-nrc-all, out it ndmlrably futUlU a aincle
nesa of porpoac. h?ihp a most purfect
vi?ecifjcin ali chrculo diseases of Um sexual sys
tem of woman. It will not rnaanpoint, twr will
lt do liavaii, !n any state or condition.
Those who desire farther information on
Lhese subji'.-ts can obtain it in TUE 1'KCPLK'?
r;o*f.MOK SK.NSK MKIIICAL Afjvitisu, a book .
:>f over 900 papes, i?cnt, post-jiaid, ou rece:pt
?f e 1.50. It treats luintue'v ot tbote dtaeasea >
peculiar to Ke.urJce, and piros much valuable
africa in regard t" the in:ma^umcnt of Uiasa c
FAVORITE PBESCRIPTiaN SOLS J
BT AI<1? OHVQCMTh.
ll PIERCE, I. D.,PTODT,
ItVFFALO, X. r.
GEO. G. REYNOLDS.
GEO. W. REYNOLDS.
GEORGE G. REYNOLDS & SON,
-DEALEBS I3ST- ______
DOORS, m_-^7 '
Gr l? A. SS,
SCREWS, MANTELS, &C.
OF ALL KINDS.
Ware-Rooms: No. 43 Jackson Street.
??-Write for Prices. [fob27-lyll] AUGUSTA, GA. |
SAMPLES SENT TREE! ?
TBK FREDERlCESB??G DRY GOODS STORE.
CORNER BY THB PLANTERS,
The Largest Stock.
The Lowest Prices.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING SPRING GOODS
Of.al! the NFAV AND CHOICE FABRICS of the SEASON. _
We semi SAMPLES and price? when reo tested, and on orders of $10
Or over for Goods from our Retail Department, we PAY the FREIGHT to
the Customers nearest Express Office. _
jp RICHARDS & BRO.
Mareil 13th. IS78^jy_-bi , m AUGUSTA, GA&
ll NEW STORE AT TRENTON, & tt
I\o. I, Fairview Si.
Has just, open? J a Select Stock of
-DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, SHOES and BOOTS.
BACON, LARD, HAMS, FLOUR, MEAL, RICE, SUGAR,
MOLASSES. COFFEE. TEA. SOAP, STARCH,
CANNED GOODS, HARDWARE, TIN WARE.
Chowing and Smoking TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c., &c,
TOGETHER WITH A CHOICE LOT OF*
?TlQUOES, -WIISTES, BEEB, G113 SH,
A tri everything else in the way of a good drink.
ty TAYLOR'S EXCELSIOR YEAST POWDERS.^ J
SSM invite rav friends to call and price ray Goods before purcfesing
Feb. G. 1878.
52. 15. EU'GMJS.
O. M. STONE & CO., Augusta, Ga.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Gu?l?tt's Improved Eight Draft Cotton Gin (made bj 1 D.
Gullett, the pate; tee,')' FAUM ENGINES, every. ?tyla for
Threshing, Ginning eic, IftrgeJ,n?jaei^f^?? ^fluf
Prices Low! Terms Liberal ?
Every Machine warranted as rearesented.
Circulars and estimates furnished on application.
0. M. STONE & CO.,
9-?y AUGUSTA, Ci
PLANTATION STEAM ENGINES,
CANE HILLS, AH Sizes, SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
FLOUR MILLS, HORSE POWERS,
THRESHING MACHINES, PUMPS, IRON RAILING,
WATER WHEELS, GIN GEARING, all Sizes.
Having Bought out Mr. Geo. looper, his Old Patrons can be
Furnished With Duplicates and Repairs < heap.
Smith's Celebrated Golton Presses, for Hand, Horse or
JW REPAIRING dune at very LOW PRICES.
March i!7th, 1878-ly-15
WHOLESALE AX1? RETAIL DEA LEI! IN
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
EXCELSIOR COOK-HOT BLASlNf
Superior beyond comparison ? ar|y other high-hearth stove in tho market.
It lins Lar^c Single Oven Doors, artist irallyd esigned. lined with tin and fitted
with bright turn buckle*; large hot-bla t fire door. swinging hearth plate, and dein
ishj iii with Spears s Patent Puled A sh Pan and Killing grate.
The oven is large, and the thus of unusual size, ?nd so arranged as to be eas
ily kept cleaii.
It lias alarie top, provided with Maniglc's Patent Gas-burning Long Divis
ion Piece, tho best cross-piece in us?. All t .o mouldings of tho stove are he?vv
and ils design and ornamentation will satisfy'the most critical tasto. . ' '
Fon WOOD the stove is fitted with a Patent Combined Wood (.'rate and
Fire Dog, an entirely cow arrangement, and the most durable wood grate in uso
6 inch, $22.00. 7 inch, $27.00. S inch, ?32.00. 9 ireh, $34.00
,72ft- Call and Sen it, or Send for Circular before purchasing elsewhere.
Small Cooking Stoves $12.1)0 nnd 15.00.
K..r Sale bv
W. ?. DELPH,
March 1st. Is7?. .?(*,,'; Rroad Street, AUGUSTA, CA.
C. A. AUSTIN,
JOUTtSTON, S. C.
HAS JUST OPENED a.new Establishment for the salo of Stoves, Tinware, of
ali descriptions, My Tinware 1 manufacture myself and guarantee to give en
?t*,satisfaction. I sell tin-Celebrated " Farmer Girl" Conkinc Stove-from $20 t i
according to size. P'.-rs'-nu wanting Pots, Pans, or anything beloncihg to a Stove
.-tn have.it supplied here. I also repair old Stoves and old Tinware. My stock of
'in consish? in part of Foot Tub.?, Chamber Pail.?, Cups, Buckets ' f every Bise.
Vssed Tinware cf every description, Gratos. Sheet-Iron and Japanned Ware etc.
Job Work, aitch as Guttering, Spouting and Roofing a specialty. ' .
S&~ All work executed with neatness and despatch and guaranteed.
0. A? Austin,
JOHNSTON, S. C.
May 8th, 1878-3m-21
lew Goods! New Goods!
Prioes Guaranteed to Suit the Times !
? PREFER not to pi vc special prices, bat rall and examine my Immense Stock
f Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., before purchasing elsewhere.
CN my Dry C?oods Department -.viii be found an elegant assortment of Staple and
i'ancy Dry Goods, Readv Made Clothing, etc., Ac, ?vc.
ALSO, on hand a full Stock of General Groceries, consisting of Plantation
mpplies, Hardware. Liquors, tte, which I am offering at the lowest prices
A largo supplv of Standard Fruit Jars just received and for sale LOW FOR
. W. G. KERNAGHAN,
Johnston, C. C. & A. R. R., S. C.
Shafting and Pulleys.
&tJ?t???g- ~?n^iiics,'Ootton Serow?, Belting
FOREST CITY FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
170 FENWICK ST., (near Water Tower), AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
[Portable and Stationary Steam Engines,
WATERWHEELS. Saw, Grist and Flour Mills, Furnishings and Machin
ery. Castings in Iron and Brass-of all kinds.
Speci.tl Attention Given to Repairing Machinery.
AST Send for Catalogue of Mill Gearing. Second hand Machinery
t ought and Sold. We use Wrought-iron Journals in our Cane Mills, ly-16
To The People of Edgefield !
OOO PAIRS OF SHOES ?
QUITED TO THE SEASON. Prices lower than ever known, even in
anti-war times. Gents' fine low quarter work, in all Styles. French Calf.
French Goal, French Kid, and Kangaroo from Australia ; Prices $2.00 to
$5.f)0. H. 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 finest ever invented by
Jan. 30, 1STS. Iy7]
Opposite New Monument,
C.E^aj,L HOTEL BLOCK, AUGUSTA, GA.
- 4- ?
GRANITE V I ?. L E, S, C.
AS on hand, and re?oives daily, New Goods in
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
1 am determined to keep none bul 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
Moffit Bell Punch Law passes the Legislature or Dot, I shall continue to sell
"The Double Particular," or
Sweet Mash Mountain Corn Whiskey,
FINE WINE, LAGER BEER, and LIQUORS of Every Description.
MY WAGON YARD is in good order and free to thu Public. All 1
uk ia that you call and see my Goods.
Jan 23,1878-ly-C ' A. P. PADGETT,
Graniteville, S. C.
$8,000 00 WORTH OF NEW GOODS
?UST received from Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, and
uore tj arrive, consisting of
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
A full line of Men's and Boys' CLOTHING,
*A*n endless vari? ty of BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
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
hing on hand from a Paper of Pins to a Hogshead of Bacon, which I pro
iose to sell low.
Give me a trial and be satisfied that JAMES E. COOK, of Graniteville,
a not-behind the lines.
N. B.-I continue to ?eil COTTON, consigned to me by Planters, FREE
r "ii enc? JAMES E. COOK.
Graniteville, S. C., Sept. o, 1S77. ly3S
TRIE L9WKEV WAGON FAGTSIV
!\ : -para
R still Manufacturing complete stock/0f Ono and Two-HORSE WAGONS, and
is determined not to be undersoidX?ian SPRING WAGONS and HARNESS
all kinds. For Prices apply by ?efaer, or in person, to
f .7. H. IJOWREY, Proprietor,
^ M A?? * . ? M , Conjer Campbell and Ellis Streets, AUGUSTA, GA. .
VS* 50,000 Feet Hard Lomb*r Wanted. Feb, G, tf8 ,
?). L. FULLERTON,
192 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Bio?esf fii & C??ekery.
Number 7, $65.00. Number 8, $75.00.
CHARTER OAK STOVES,
No. G, $22.00. No. V, $27.00. No. 8, $32.00. No. 9, $34.00.
THE GRANGE STOVE,
No. 6, $18.00. 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'pntmc ia called to our lurge and complete assortmen to
goods in all tho above branches, which we are offering very low tc snit the
times. Send for our Prices.
ZST 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, Back Bands, Bits, Harness of all descripi
tion, Collars, Hames, Traces, Satchels, Hamo Strings. Horse Brushes, Buckles, <fec,
ttSr- 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. Leather and Gum Belting-2 to 14 inches, Soapstone, Hemp and Gum
#3Sr~ The Famous Jackson Patont Truss Rod Plantation Wagon-wide or narrow
Ties, and the Reliable Sweetwater Wagon-15 Axle, all at bottom prices.
DAY, TAMAHILL & CO.,
March 13th, 1S78-ly 13 AUGUSTA, GA.
Rob't H. May dh Co.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Every Description of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES,
PLANTATION AND L??MB1E WAGONS,
Harness, Saddles, Trunks, Rags, Valises, Shoe Findings,
Leather of all kinds, Belting, Etc., Carriage Materials, Saddlery, Hard
ware, Whips, Umbrellas, Etc.
BE'POSITOR Y AND SA LEGROOMS :
20S Rroad Street, Augusta, Ga., and OS Chcrrv Street, Macon Ga.
March ?7th, 1878-ly-J5
SELLING- OUT! ;
Calico at 2-J to S cts. Nettles 3 papers for 5;<:ts. Fans 3 for 5 cts. :
IC yds. Sea lsland Homespun for 8t: 20 yds. Augusta Shirting for SI.
ld yds Checked and Striped Homespuns i'or $L
Yard-Wide Irish Linen at 25 cts pee- vd.
IC yds Corded Pique fer SI.
, 20 Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs (Ladies') for $1.
20 yds Grenadines, Striped, for Si.
neaw Linen Drill for pants, 12?c per vd. Hea%y Towelling JO yds for $1.
#y yds Cdtton Jeans, for pants, for 8!. Gents' and Beys' Clothing very cheap to
Sommer Stock. Tlald Sash Ribbons, 0 ic ches wine. 12? cts. per yard.
__.trafi.no white Merino Shirts for 20 ct*., ?Mfr* Ladies' SuitSTrGrass ami
^f^,''' *? j-? ^.^/.a',M,^-.wliAtiy diimagod-from 25c to
SO. Shdfcs and Hals going the same way to clos<? out. 'Childrens' Shoes at '25'cents.
A boantmil lino of Matting from 20 cents up. A lot of One-Day Clocks that must
ho, sold-rgood time-keepers from S2 to 4-como in tima. A beautiful line of Light
French Summer Cassimercs. all wool, for 90 c/s. per yd-old pri?e 82.25. Navy
lilue-dil wool-50 cts. per yd-old price $1.25. K1.4 Bleach pd Sheeting from 20ct*.
up Tnbieached Sheeting from loo. up. l*inp 300 to tlie paper lc. each. Ladies'
Balbriggan Hose, OOo. per box. Ladies' Straped Hose 10c. por pair. Ladies'
White Hose fi cents per pair. Gen's' A Hose fri.m 5 cents up. Gouts' French Lin
on Finished Handkerchiefs, 21x21 inches-re? iv for use-3 for 25c. Gents' Pure
Linen Handkerchiefs, 22x21 inches, for 10c. Han m ed. Pure Linen Towels and
White Goods seid for one-third less than heretofore. Gent*'Suspenders-dam
cil-for 5c, per pair. 5,000 L V. Handkercb ?els, 18x18, for 4c. each. 20,000 Cakes
of Soap, lc. each. 1,000 Parasols at prices reduced greatly. ;.<I0 Looking Glasses
that must be sold, from 20c. up. All good? in Grocery Department sold at bottom
prices. A very superior Coffee at 20c. per lb. Fine Extra C Sugar 10c. per lb.
Excellent Hams ?it >>c per lb., dec., AV.
?3F* Do not forget the Vjew Place ot'Business, 34d
and 351 between the Planters Hotel ?nd the Upper
Jan. 30,1878. ly7] J. P. WEATHHERSBEE.
JAS. W. TURLEY
All' RUST A, GA'
THE OLD RELIARLE
II 60?1S ST?BE
iGAIN to call vo nr very serious and particular attention to his
Mammoth and Matchless S'tc ck of FIRST-CLASS SPRING & SUMMER
Dry Goods, which has never before reached such astonishingly low down
pnces. 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 tbey r an think "of or desire.
Send your orders wit h confidence, for anything you want, you shall
not be disappointed. De ?cribe as nearly as you can what you want,
and about the price you w ant to pay.
Exceptional Lines an d Prices in the following departments may be re
BRIS ?0?DS, HU ?011,
HOSIERI' and NOTIONS,
Cassimercs, House Keeping Goods, Domestics, Paris Trimmed Hats
LADIES' I ?EAD Y-MADE SUITS
LACE G?01 )S, HANDKERCHIEFS
ne- Parcels amonntirig to $10.00 and over WILL BE DELIVERED
FREE OF CHARGE.
JAMES W. TURLEY,
April 25th, 1878- .SuvlS'
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