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Rates of Advertising :
?dVertisements will be inserted at the
rate of $1.50 per square (ten minion lines,
or loss) for the first insertion, and one
dollar r flr square for each snbsequenrm
A liberal discount viii be made to those
Tsbing to advertiseby the year.
OUR AGENTS :
W. W. OWDOM, Chajpells, S. C.
W. H. YELDELL, Loigmires.
JOHN H. J?CIET, Bafesville.
W. A. ODOM, Meeting Street.
J. K. DURST, Kirkse.? X Roads.
. E. B. FORREST, MineCreek.
Tv RE ETKEttEDOE. Leesville, S. C.
E. COOK, Granitovile, S. C..
BD?. JOHN B. ABNEY, langley, ?. C.
< apt. G. W. NIXON, Woodlawn, S. C,
N". W. BROOK EU. Ridge, S. C.
Toux CAITO ii MAX, Canghman's Store.
i--? Father Like Son.
M There w?l bc a. called meeling of the
j 'resbytery ot Tuskaloosa, at Talladega,
/ luring the Syucfl, to dismiss Rev. H. II.
Raymond, Jr. ot Livingston.-Monlgom
^\Ve hear that ibis is a son.M the revex
\- *^i?L nar y*
ie years ago. ^ ->*
Many a man and many a boy hasiuN
o:T buying his winter clothing until the
approach of the Christinas holidays. And
to ail such we would say : Go straight lo
Choke's Clothing ?fiare in Augusta. Ai
Choke's you cannot possibly .fail to be
pleased Such beautiiul ready-made cloth
ing of all kinds, all styles, and at such
low prices, we have never laid our eyes
upon. Go to Blanchard and the Cooke
boys, and let them fit you out in a manuel
befitting the joyous season now approach
ing. Let your money be little or much,
il w?J go a treniemlons long ways at
Edgefield in Alabama.
Edgefield county has furnished of early
settlers of Butler county more than any
other locality, including some of the best,
as well as the ou?-fig?tingest. From here
came the original Burnetts, Bushes, Rut
ledge Hatcher, Hillary Lee, L?ngstens
Cheathams, Yeldells, Jays and Rabuns,
John Ferry; also the Jays and Stall
worths ol' Cone-juh. I t'aink also the
late Lev. Mr, Finley came from here, and
perhaps the Skinners. I find all these
names here, and doing better hore than
their relative who went westward. I say
this for the benefit ot" such people as sl?li
have inflated ideas of Texas and Louis
iana- Coi rosey's Leiter.
TJjatb. of Mrs. Harriet Toney.
This estimable lady, rel'Ct of the lat0
^??iam Toney, departed ibis lift at her
'Viorne, two miles from Johnston, on Satur
day evening aged 6/ years. Her remains
were interred in the cemetery on Sunday
evening, in the presence of a large con
course of relatives and friends. Living
the life of the Christian she died the death
of the Righteous, and the dear ones who
have been left behind have amj?g_ ass'v;.: I
been called away ; and yet aP?ci: o?pa>
ure ii is but natural that they should sor
row and moura.-Monitor.
C?f to Baltimore
For years past, Mr. W. B. Penn ha?
gone ?o Chai lesion to bu; his Christmas
good*. But this season he taka3 a broad
er abd higher flight. On Monday morn
ing last, he departed hence for Baltimore,
there to parchase such notions, novelties
and luxuries as will grace this money
blessed Chrisanas. Money-blessed be
cause cotton still keeps up. Consequently
the ctuing holidays at Penn's promise to
outshine all that have ever gone before.
Stone & Parks s Lilli
VVriling last week about the ancient
indian mounds on Stevens Cr?-ck, remind
ed us of this Splendid (instand Flouring
Mill in the Lark Coiner section-one of)
the finest and n:c?t largely patronized
nails in our County-at the famous old
Tompkins mill place, near the mouth ol
Bird Creek. This establishment, besides
ita unrivaled and never-faili ig water-pow
er, has three soperb sets of stones, one
set tor wheat and 2 sets for corn. Mr
Jesse Stone, the immediate conductor and
supervisor of the mill is a man thorough
ly and scientifically versed in his busi
ness . and besides this, he is an enlighten
ed and public spirited citizen, deeply in
tetested in the progress and prosperity of
ihe countiy at large. Edgefield should be
proud lhat i-be has within her border?
euch an establishment as Stone and Parka's
Mill of the Dark Cerner-a mill that can
turn out-and does lum out habitually
as fine Hour as can be made South ol' New
York or Baltimore.
The Defence of th? Directors.
This week we publish the defejee of the
xaS, -.Vin O\
seen by a mere glance at their names, an
citizens whom Edgefield and Abbeville
have always honored-and justly. W
can never believe that these gentlemen
or our native physicians named in thi
Report; have ever been privy to any in
humanities lo these wretched prisoner.'
And wc deeply d-plore the uniorlunat
turn of affairs, which, for the present a
least, bids fair to retard wo k upon thi
"tfot Thrown oa Poor Women.'
Col. Posey, in his Johnston letter, paj
the following compliment to the youn
m til of that place. Wonder what opini.
he will fo; ta of our village young me:
Look ont boys ; " a chiefs amang ye
lakin notes, and faith he'll prent em :"
-L have innd^ (he acquaintance of near
all tumbung men of this place, not oi
of whom, &Wbt ,50, is a drinker or swea
er. A young ruanr?fao don't walk a cha
hne is .ulled oat, ostracised among then
selves; not thrown on pov women.
Col. Pthri/'s Letter.
[leaks m sWii
Hevcr Eefcrd Him ACCUS?
The Abbeville Medium speak
i..,.,,,, f.f Geni Gary'r! "great Christian 0
nevuleaee.'' This ia one trail wo b?
nevfi Leard hun accused of before.-8u\
m l I burier.
r .ar.os and- Stoves
I Th? .' tore fronts of Prof. U. 0. Kobins
the piano man and Mr. W. L Delph, thc
stove man, aro being ornamented with
red and walnit colors. .
Spring Creec Acadeiny.
This popoar instjilution, situate i in
GermannlleTowriaaip and presided over
by Prof J-.?^therc-?ge, wiU close with
an exhibici?n on the 5th of December.
Prof^Wncan will be there, and perhaps
Iron. G. D. Tillman as we understand he
has been invited. We shall endeavor to
Love's Young Dream !
Big wedding at Trenton on Wednesday
night, and another, in the neighborhood
of Johnston, on Thursday night.
An Abbevillian of the Old Regime.
Mrs. Lynch and Miss Minnie Lynch,
the mother and sister of Mr. W. E. Lynch,
than whom Edgefield boasts no citizen
more honored or beloved, have come to
live among us-; and to the refined social
element of our town they will from a most
inestimable addition. Mr. W. E. Lynch
has bought the W. W. Adams place, and
thither, about the first cf January, he and
his mother and sister will move. At pres
ent they occupy the dwelling in front of
the Catholic Church. And simultaneoasly
with Mrs. Lynch's arrival atnoug us,
comes on a visit tojdM MLrrother, Col
Addison F. Posey, <fl Bc Ala. Col.
Posey, an elder j^fl rSfflBn brilliant
and ecesni?rc Beafl HH?0 promi
- our Bhe war
moved from Awl HflRfe
years ago, and
vever been into hit
a gentleman of gr
;;ence, and his letter/ from Abbeville and
Edgefield to thc Greenville (Ala) Advocate
are extremely interesting A man o?
heart and intellectuality who visits
his native home .after 24 years ab
sence, with a cad and terrible war
intervening, might well be supposed to
write interestingly. Lately Col. Po
sey wrote a long letter from John
ston ; and from that letter this week, we
make several extracts. Col. Posey has
already made friends of our whole com
munity, and we trust that his sojourn
among us nny prove one of the brightest
memories of Xis return to the old land.
"Kirkseys X Roads" and " A. B. C."
Tillman ?Ld Tilden
Hon. G D. Tillman is of the opinion
that Mr. Tilden still has the best chunco
for the Presidential nomination, notwith
standing that the great and good Bavard
has loorafd up into such promising prom
inence ince the New York election.
Congress meets on Wednesday of next
week, and both ?Senator Butler and Rep
resentative Tdiman will leave us in time
to be present at the open'..g.
Did Not Sign.
The Abbeville Press and Jlanncr de
nies, in the following language, that sev
eral of the directors signed the published
report: "Senator Maxwell and several
oth?r directors of the Greenwood and Au
gusta Railroad did not indorse tn toto the
recent defence published b y that Board in
ag?iii. Us publicity without certain
The School Meetings
Let the good >cople of all sections frei
?t their bounden \uty lo attend the school
meetings in Decenter.
Edgefield Will Survive It
An awful calami ty-, saya the Augusta
Eceniny News, ls abouvto fall upon South
Carolina in general and Edgefield in par
ticular. At the next sc-?ion of the Leg
islature, which convenes text week, a bill
will be in'roduce.1, and ?i i tn be hoped
will pas-, making il a crime for any one
to carry concealed weapons >i this State.
Mr. W- T. Foi rest,
The youngest son of our old ano.highly
csteemed friend, Capt. Elzey FoiVst, o?
Mine Creek, has just returned froij thc
Eastman Bus.nessCoiiege of Poughkeep
sie Xew York, whore he graduated yuh
Charleston Next Month.
The "City by the Sea" will bc over
whelmed by a tidal wave of humanity
next niomh. The Industrial Exhibition
of the Agricultural Society of Soutl Caro
lina, the Methodist Annual Conerence,
the Grand Lodge Ancient Free llasons,
Association of S. C. Military A Ldemy,
and the State Press Association, *H mtet
near the same time. With Railnad fare
reduced to a low figure, and with all "
attractions, Charleston will be
Real estate, so wc
such as farming lan
siderably in values
has there been r
Conn lu ?
u ld el
found nrav, kind, and
try.-, is thc J> he and
the eslimab 'meci?me his
wife have a v ni friends
in our to\ti ..... .g country,
whose feellas we cv tv hon we say,
may peace, appiness t. prosperity at
tend them trough life. Mr. and Mrs.
McCullough'ire at present on a bridal
tour to Augtia and Charleston.
James A. Git:.
^ur lively oung friend, Mr. John ll
Bee, spent lastNimiay among us, and wa;
proud and preserous, as all are who serv<
that great and pod Merchant, Janies A
Gray. When yu go to Augusta, betweei
this and Christos, be snre to visit lht
Dry Goods Pula, cf the marble front, t<
sec John Bee an James A. Gray. W
have been there hrselves lately ; and it
magnificent:", Lnc(ts style, and its cheap
ness, and ils far-??lin? are greater ever
if possible, thin wer before.
Kindly, Nut ?vc.bearingly.
Like everybUy tko, we Advertiseryet
pie need nioner ind we .isk fer our ?lue
kindly, not oyelc?ringly. We say kimi
ly, because nexL?ek Hie Adverser cou
its forty i h year. And when w
of that foL-ive years of onbrokt
on tinhut of ?air people i
home ?^yn thefcroad West; of court
we can hafLjo (*,et feelings bal tlioi
of love ^"dvi^-ede. Therefore mo
kindly-we say : If iii is convenant, sig
nalise the forty-fifth birthday oi thc old
Advertiser by doing as y o vi ifould bc
Ueliold the Open Ilauu!
The open hand ofilia great, musical
firm of Geo. 0. Robinson & Co. (iou will
find it in our advertising column}-. Con
template it! Honor it I Bless ill Stretch
forth your own io grasp it ! And next
week we will tell vou its full meaning and
A Wonderful Gin-Saw Sharpener
Col. Posey of Alabama, ol' whom wo
have spokou elsewhere, is an agGnt for
the sale of a wonderfully-contrived and
wonderfully-succssful machine fbrsharp
ening gin-saws. Not so much, however,
f )r the sale of tho machino itself, as for
the County right to sell it. ,We have
seen the practical working of this new
Filer-in company with several gentle
man of great good judgment in such
matters-and can assure our reader that
by means of it a 50 saw gin can bo superb
ly sharpened in two hours. It is the
invention of S. V. Pattillo, ol'Alabama,
a maa of great mechanical genius who
has spent his whole life in a gin factory,
and it boasts an improvomont never here
tofore attained in giving a round and
needle point to tho tooth. Tb is is dono by
Ulsans of a spiral guido controlling the
filo-holder. The gin is setto th?machine
on pivots attached, the machinery works
in a frame moved by a central screw
and when gauged is driven by wheel
and crank which propols thc file and by
an eccentric feeder tun rs the gi n-sa v." tooth
by tooth on each revolve. The whole
machino is so simple as to bo easily un
derstood, and a ten-year old jfboy can
work it Four gins per dav is said to be
au average task for the PattiUoinventlont
>jd its value is iucrca-eJ by tho fact
cUacf l^oes MOt milure 11 skiljed mo
_ . *0 opeiv.te it. To witness the ra
pidity av.1 . .. ,. , . . i
? : JDeriection of its workis to be
- , . , \ts extraordinary value IL
is protected b\ , . . r 0
. - -vient right ol ll o U.S.
-r mo 1(5 or ls voa? io
como. In Abbevu. ., . .
r, * T> ,, , il we mistikc not,
Col. Posey sold the . f"
... "L . _ ountv right to
Ward law Perrin Eso. j . * ?T,
..... 1 ?s machine is
now on exhibition a 'ho .:. *orc .(J
Mr. W. E. Lynch, ?
sale-dav, we wouh
from tho ' JUD try tc
The New Firji.
See the card of tht
column-J. J. Hollar ~
making the front of j
very lively and anim;,
is a brave one, and a
on they will rise to tl
Follow This Edgefi
For some ycare pa
generous Edgefield bi
(Ned) has been with
of Augusta. Miller ??
ly dissolved copartne
still not far away.
Miller, at Poul'ain's co
Globe Hotel. Read hi
column, and follow hie
you will never follow nj
A We1, me Friend.
The Rev. Luther Bro
from the State Con ven U<
ped among us for a nig]
in our Baptist Church,
both honored and belov
and we only wish we coi
A man in whom our pc
embodied the ennobling
christian gentleman, an e
christian faith, a ripe schol
whom all classes love am
goodness. Very scon he
the Conference in Chark
grant that ho may be ret
still ano) lier year!
An Important Statsms
This week we publish I
is a clear and interesting
instructive to thc genera!
tedious, itemized Report
l.sbcd last week and the
cording to this Report to . :,
the total deficiencies to bi
our County are $2,733,2 ...
the last ten days a memoi
lalure has been extensive
citizens, io the end that pi !
during the present ?I???
funds to wipe out said deli
Are They Thieves ?
Two wry suspicious look
said to be from Batesburg,
quite young men, and bi
stout, were prowling about o
and side alleys or. Sunday
last. Their movements wee
mysterious; so much so indei
suspicion was arouse 1 that
*' ?ves. Many persons sus]
being tho pickpockets lhat
hn L. Addison in Columbi)
?vn individual opinion is that
o Edgefield to steal even grea
than money. It is high time th
ti ve and resident young men sh
themselves into a band of Regt
to guard against the inroads of 13
The Abbeville Barina- says
fcf>pn milco mrill ClCSC Tile g:lj'
Greenwood and Augusta Roa
complete the work of grading
Superintendent of Construction
that he can, with one hundred
finish four miles per month, fbi
ing away of the timber bein
principal labor to be done. Ti
sonry of the bridge is being |j
to completion and the superstn
will be finished by the ii rfd, of
next. From the present indie
the roaJLv.ill bc ready t > inov
next colton crop."
- ? -? -4<<Z>fr ? - - -
Union Mestiug of the first div
o? the Edgefield Baptist Associa
will convene with the Ant ?edi Oin!
on the fifth Lord's day in Nov.
Saturday before at 10 o'clock, A. N
Introductory sermon br Rev. U. V
Bussy: alternate, Rev. T. A. Wail
Charity Sermon, by A. G. Collier: a
t?mate, Rev. R. W. Seymour.
1st. Query: Wlur.t is the du?y i
Superintendents ami Teachers for ll
promotion of Sunday Schools?
2'td, Query: How far ?ian we
Christiana imitate the lifo ol' Cbrifi
John M. Taylor to open the disci!
sion on hVt query, J. II. Strom il
A WORD OF GOOD.
One of the most popular medicines
now b-fore the Ameican public, is
Hop Bitters. You see it very where.
People take it with good effect. It
builds them up. It is not. as pleas
ant to the taste as some oilier Bitters
as it is not a whiskey drink. It- is i
more like the old fashioned bone set ;
tea thai has done a great good, li j
you don't feel just right try Hop Bit- j
ters.- Nanda News.
ir hat is ihe Matter ?
Why sopale, so languid? Are you sick?
Evidently, your liver is not doing its du
ty. You cannot live in oom lort or peace
until you are relieved. Go to thenearest
drugstore and buy a box of Dr. GildcrV,
Pilks, A few doses will restore you to
perfect health, and give a rosy tint to
your cheek 2m 46
The n?xt Union Meeting ol' (lie 2nd l'i
vision ct' the Edgefieid Baptist Associa
lion, meets with the CLeMnut Hill Ch inch
or. Saturday before the fifth Sabbath in
November, 1S7-1. introductory Sermon
by Rev. Jas. A. Canon; alternate, Hew
J. M. Norris. Charity Sermon by Rev
Joab Edwards; aiternato, nev, M. ?
Query :-Are we performing our duly
to Stale Missions?
JAS. A. CARSON, Mon.
H. A. \YlLLIAAIS, Saoiry.
It has become so common to write
the beginning of an elegant, interesting
article and then run it intosome adver
tisement that wo avoid all such cheats
and simply call attention to the merits
of Hop Kilters in as plain hone it terms
as passible, to induce peopio to give
them ono trial, as no 0:10 wno knows
their value will ever ?so anything else
Next Uuion Meeting 3rd Division
.1! be with the Dry Creek Church
.-day before 5th Sabbath in Nov.
dnctcy, Rev. A. P. Nonis, Al
te, Rev. N. G. Cooner, Charity,
Dr. Forman, Alternate, Rev
. Burton. Query.: Can the heath
3 saved without the Gospel, and
t, upc:; whom does the responsi
? devolve of giving it to them?
. . Watson to lead, W. H. Tim
R. FURMAN, Chair.
A Losing1 Joke.
prominent physician of Pittsburgh
jokingly ton lady patient who was
-daming of her continued ill health,
if his inability to cure her, '"try
Hitters !" Tho' lad y took it in oar
md used the Bitters, from which
btained permanent health. She now
s at the doctor for his joko but ho
0 well pleased with it. us it c?sq
i MM TE ROIA L.
ed Weekly from the Augusta
AUOUSTA, GA., Nov. 25, 1ST!'.
of the Market:-Firm and
inary. 10? j
.diing . 112
of S outi i Carolina !
''flirt of Common J'leas.
1 Henderson and John It, Toi- ?
administrators of tho Estate of
s Payne, dee'd.. Plaintiffs, vs 1
.i. Wendorson, Taomas P. Toi-1
(iliert R. Tolbert and others, De- i
ts.-Complaint topfit I in creditors '
auction, account,vie tl land to poi/ ;
tVirithatttssets, Mltlr...cnt tte. i
tn* of anordorofj.be Hon. Thus
us m directed io iii- in thc- above
..e, will pro :?ed : 1 se!i at Ed?e
l, nv public oiiterf on Saleday ?
?ber next, tho following ?ie- '
?remises, bo wit :
t Tract No. 3, known as the L'p
o, containing r-'.ijht Hundred ?
--si:: Acres,- mor3 or .'ess and i
by lands of Mk Kliztbclh !
Ingustus Haok< L, Tims. Cheat- ?
D. ii Tompkins.
-Tba costs and ondthird of the
money to lie paid in Cash, and
:8 ot'tb P. purchaselmoBey for
t on a credit of <>(io and two
jual annual instalments, with
.rn date of sale ; tba interest to
annually; the ?roiit portion
base moiiey to be [poured by i
' tho purchaser anil a mort- j
CU KATTI AM, CC C P.
. 1870 lt -?S.
S application having been ?
, to mo by Tabitha Au try, j
s ordered that aJImersona ?
said Estate, silo1? canso
;o should not lie wanted
9 2!)th dav of Nowuibor
. CHARLTON, J. V. C.
:;t 47 \
.bbitt. Metal lor G^in
Pipes, cv<.., for sile.
itll Dyspepsia, Sick?
nnplaint or any Dis?
-h. and take PENN'S
ire not relieved, your
L PKKN & SON.
258 BROAD ST
.Inst, received an immense slock o
?"KLE.BRATE? M IXER PLAT!
Augusta,, O?i. 15-2*i? -lb
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,"
J. C. Sheppard, Plaintiff, vs. .loliu F.
BY 'virtue pf an order of Bon; Thoa.
Thomson r] i meted lo nie m the above
staledcaa*, I will proceed to sell ut Edgc
rield C. FI., on Saieday in December next,
at public o i< , the following described
Al! that. Trai ?. or i> ireel of land Bitua o,
lying and being in tho said County ami
State containing One Hundred and For
ty three Acres, more or Jess, ami bound'
cd by binds ol' T. Burkhaltcr, lauds ol' J,
P. Burriss and other lands ol' tho said
John P. Talbert, known as tiie " Coon
THUMS:--Tho Costs and ono half the
purchase money tu bo paid i:: cash, thc
balance of the purchase money on a
credit of twelve months with interest
from day of sale. Tuc eredi portion to
bf? secured by bond nf the purchaser
with a mortgage of the prenti?s
Papers extra. .
0. P. CIIEATHAM, C. C. C. P.
November 5, 1879-41 4S
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
E DG EFIELD COUN TV.
John W. Payne ct. al. cv Ii. \\\ Payne,
n~Y virtue of nu Execution te me ? ! i -
ujt reeled in the above stated cause, 1
will proceed to sell at Edgeiield Court
House on the first Monday ?" December
next, thc following property, ty wit :
One Tract of Land, containing One
Hundred amt Thirty Throe Acres, more
.r h ?s, adjoining lands ol' D. lt. Ricll
irdson, J. C. Maxwell, Pi J. Coleman,
ind others, levied upon as the property
ol'.lohn \V. Payne. Terms casi), Titles
JOHN T. GASTON, S. E. C.
Nov. 8, IS7i)-4te 49.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
i EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
James M. Richardson, vs. Cadaway
BY virtue of an Execution, to me di
rect .1 in the above stated cause, I
will proceed to sell Edgelb td Court
House, on the first Monday in Deceiu
ber next, the following property to wit.
One Tract, of Land, va (tabling Ono
Hundred and seventy Acres, more or less
adjoining lands pf U. J. (?uattlobaum,
M. It. Lowery, John A Mack and others.
Terms Cash. Titles extra.
JOHN T. (iASTON, S. E. C.
Nov S, 1S70-4to 4fl.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In Court Common Pleas.
Yt. L. Wheeler, et. al., Plaintiffs, vs. J-,
T. Wheeler, ot. ni.-Complaint for Par
tition of Heal Estate and for Ilclicf.
"1>Y virtue of an Order of tho-Hon. T.
JD J Mackey, directed to me in tho
above stated caso, I will proceed to sell
at public outcry, at Ud;relield Court
Huutu M\ s;-!-.'tar in December next,
the following described Kcal Estate, to
TT if I
AU hat Tract of Land situate lyin^
and being in Edgcfield County and .State
aforesaid, containingThree Hundred and
Eight Acres, moro or less, and bounded
by lands ot J. E. Wertz, Captain Coles.
Raphe Burnett, Ray Smith and others.
THUMS-The costs and ono half of the
purchase money to be paid i: "ash, and
the balance on a credit of on. and two
years, the credit portion to bu secured
by tho bond of thu purchaser and a
mortgage of tho pre ni*?s.
0. P. CH KAT II AM, CC C. P.
NOT. 8, 1879-3te 4P.
State of South Carolina,
in Probate Court.
ni".!,. CHARLTON, Esq, Probate
Whereas, O. P. Cheatham, Clerk of
the Court bus made suit lo mc, to grant
him Letters ol' Administration of the
Estate and effects of J. H. Cheatham.
These ave therefore to cito and admon
ish all and singular thc kindred and
creditors of the said J, LL Cheatham, d' .
C ?'. ~.V .-Y ~,%"'ol appear bcrorp
mc. in thc Court of Probate, tr, iJC !.. <.\
at Edgefield C. II, on th J lit! " | . - M.
ber next, after publication lu r, ?" j:
o'clock in tho forenoon, to si . a usc i'
any .they have, why tho sr.i< minis
tration should not be granter
G i vpn under my Hand, th." _.,Ji dav
of October, A D., 1879.
Pulilishod on thc 2tlth dav of Oetobor
1879, in the Edgeiield Advertiser.
L. CHARLTl ix, J. p. ?
Oct 27, 1ST'?-Ot 17
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jai uti Sh i rey M. George IV. Morris -
J> Y virtue of an order from the Hon.
J Tims. Thomson, Circuit Judge, to
Die directed in tho aboyo stated cause, I
will proceed t" sell at Edjer-tfobl Coo it
House, on the first Monday ;ii December
next, iii? following mortgaged premises
Ono Tract of Land containing Fifty
A'-res. more or less, being one half ol'the
tract of land deeded tn Sarah Morris. b?
John lilith, situated in the county ol
Edgefield und State aforesaid, adjoining
lands ol'Marlin McCarty, Darling Wil
liams, George \V. Morris, and Jami rs
THUMS,-Tho costs, and one half of the
purchase Money to bc paid in c-tsh, thc
balance of the purchase money on n
ere.iii ol'twelve'months, with interest
iroin lite dav of sale, the credit portion
of the purchase money to be secured by
the bond of thc purchaser, and a mort
gage of the premises. Papers extra.
JOHN T. OASTON, S. E. C.
Nov. 8, 1879-4le 49.
? BLANKS ol every description for
side at this office, or will be punted
I to order.
Nov. 10-If 50
, AT the Did stand in GranitevjJ> i'- au'
ffflo 51 - v. ...M-. i-.itA.\r.Ti'S, WIIIS
! KIES and BEER or all grades on
draught and in bottles. Also TOBACCO
SN UKI-' and CIGARS. (Jive ino neall
A, P. PADGETT)
OKANITEYILLE, S. C.
Sept, 4-ly ?9
OR pure Italian Macaroni and Cream
cges? aaa Best Sise7* of
f Rog*^', Simpson's a*i ! U ?'I ?
MEDiCA!. COLLEGE OF
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE
UNIVERSITY Ol" GEORGIA.
rp U E F< ) RT Y- E IO ll TH S ESS ION will
A. begin Hie FIRST MONDAY in NO
V KM HER, 1879, anil end the FIRST of
Faculty-Lewis D. Ford, Joseph A.
Eve, L, A. D s, C4eo. W. Rains, H. F.
Campbell. Dc is. Ford, Ed wa d Ged
dings, Robt C '^ve.
Applv tor eili liar to
Dean, Augusta. Ga.
Oct. 15-2111 -15
nonr WALTON, j. A. A. W. CLARK
AND DEALERS IN
Areals hr Chesapeake GEA!*?,
304 B?0AB STREET,
Oct. IR, lUTii-tr 45
FOR SELLISCr, 5c. STORAGE, 25c.
Corner Campbell H?eyuolda Streets,
OPPOSITE SiSLEV &
Personal AtM^alio? given
to WeighingSind Selling'.
Augusta, Ca., Septtll-6m 40
ALL persons indited to nie will set
tie I)}' loth rjHmiber, or their ac
counts and note^ij^ be placod in tho
hands of an AtK??r for collection.
? porn's Mills, S. C.
Nov. 5th, Vfey; <S
D. HM- DENNING.
L ?IS IN
APi'ia: -. pr ES, oiio.vs, &c.
Lime. Pu : Laths and Hair.
AugnsV:>^v<^,>^vr. ?")-Im 43 _
;1 at Law !
Will 0ie Courts of Newber
Office 1:y C. H., S. C.
Maro?ip? %>f? jv-16
it PRESS EXTANT,
Q )*, Ha?4er Ptrcr. Thrao jrinr? In
i-i,.'UTer?al Bocec?. Prl?e e?:??\tc,
?xo?pt v?*l werk, only $?3.C0.
, ?uttem Bicndu? PMU CO.,
June 2?,': J ---]ini 29
mm wm mim SETS ? !
JLI OW is th^^ie to plant your Onion
Sols i f you
F , ",
*J UST ' eeivejla line lot of b<
eral. Call an?jfff thom at
tf44 \i? i
: fyui iv
'.IS II ED 1812.
t(K) l??iO.V'.h? -. : ^ MEW YOKK.
Tho distinoiiv?S?&res of this spool
otton aro thai iL^g|wl10 r,0,n lne very
SEA ISLA&gH COTTON,
Il ia finished soft aS the cotton from
Which it is made, it Jais not waxing or
artificial finish to dedQvc thc eyes ; it is
the strongest, smoothest and most clastic
sewing thread in thespnarket : for ma
chine sewing ithasno Aual ; it is wound
The Black is the most perfect
ever produced in spoo?*?ton, being dyed
by a system patented ?jjburselves. Tho
colors are dyed by ^g^.^ ?
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering them so perfect and brilliant
lhat dressmakers everywhere use them
instead of sewing silks.
A Gold Medal was awarded this spool
cotton at Paris, 1S7S, for " great strength"
and .'general excellence" being the
highest 'award en for spool cotton.
We invite co orison and respectfully
ask ladies to -;i - it a fair trial and con
vinco thomsolv of its superiority ovei
To be had nt J. E. COOK, H. S. WIL
LIAMS, J. II. COURSRY, RKARP1?N A
JON KS, Mus. E. ll. Ern BR] DO K,
Graniteville, S. C.
Aug. 0-Gin 35
State of South Carolins
BY virtue ol'the authority conferid
Upon mn by the Inst Will and Testa
mont of Mrs. Harsh; ha Hollingsworth
deed.. I will sell at public outcry, a
Edge field C. IL, on snlesday in Decein
her next, tho following Real propert;
helonging to said Esfete, all of which i
situate, in said County and Slate, to wit
The "Griffin Trad,'' containing Si
Hundred and Seventy-five Acre;
moro or less bounded by land
known as tho Premiso lands, b
lands ol' Mrs L. L. li. Hollingswortt
bv lands recently known as tho Mini
?dill T act, by lands.of Mrs Seth Bullo
lind nthers,Jiojngthrw? miles from Edg<
field village. The I'rcssley Tract,cn
? titiiit^; Three Hundred aol NillAty-lh
?nd throe quarters Acrestii??renrl??Hsnu
bolinda 1 by lands of Mrs Ei/.iA Walk?
bv hind*ol Mrs. Kmoline D Talbert, I
hinds of Douglass Robertson and other
Tim Powell Tract, containingTwo Hui
drod and Ninety Acres, moie or less at
hounded by lands ol' Mrs. Emeline '
Tarait, bv lands recently known
ihn Minc. Mill Tract,and others.
Ti.r.M CASH :-Aiiif, if terms aro n
complied with on daj of salo, tho lan
will ba immediately resold at tho risk
Um former purchaser.
J. ll. HOL LINGS WORTH,
Nov. "-'h, IST'.' H ts
Boots, Shoes ' knd Hats,
KNIGHT & WHITTENDALE'S,
267 Broad .Street, August u, Ga.,
Men's Caif, Pegged Boots, $1.75 to $250
Men's Kip, Pegged Boots, $1.75 to $2 50
Men's Kin Brogans, 75c. and $1.00. Bejt, '$1.25
Men's Calf, doable sole brogans, 75c, $K0 and $150. Best, $1.75
Men's Calf, Congress Gaiters. $1.25, ?1.60, $1.75, $2,09 to $2.50
Men's Calf. Hand Made, Congress Gaitire, $3.50 to but made $0.59
Women's Pegged Plow Shoes, 65c. Be??, 85c.
Lidies' Sewed Shoes, Morocco, 85c, $1.0), $1,25, and good for $1.50
Ladies* Sewed Shoes, Kid, $1.00, $1.25, b $2.00 for best
Ladies' Kid and Morocco Button Boote, $1.75, $200. Best-, $2.56
Ladies' Kid Foxed Button Boots, $1.75 tc$2.50
Ladies' Kid Polish, from $1 00 to $2 00 hr best
Ladies' Calf Shoes, Sewed, $1.00, $1.25 anl $1.50. Best, $2.09
lc ?Misses' and Children's Shoes, we have all
the styles made.
Misses' Morocco Shoes, from 75c. to $1.00and $150
Misses' Kid and Fox Batten Shoes, from$l 50 to $200
LOY'S and Youth's Shoes, all styles, from 50c. to $2.3)
We have the, Largest Stock of Hats ever, offered in this city.
Men's apd Boy's Wool Hatsgfrwn25c. 10 . ' ^ea'6 &n<* Boy's Fe!t Hats from
Prices in all grades of goof" ';-?; than ever known.
Merchants will rind it ; - te^examine
making their purchase^g:-rv V.;
Broad St, AUGUSTA, GA
L. E. WOOD, Barnwell, 8. C.
WL ? WWW,
Speci 1 attention given to the .ftftfiflftfigof COTTON-and all Other
frgQ^fffS Q?,.fSEE FARM.
Comer Mcintosh and Reynolds Streets, AUGUSTA, GA.
Angosta, Ga., Sept. 4 -3m 39 ,
IE. MACK &
?LO/1UL Uiivvmiu nu? IVifiiTHUDlUll HI Lill JJ it ill ll,
300 BKOAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
Have on hand a full and complete stock of
* .?>'.*"' ? " v """" f^/.:,**,V**,,"'k,'''"t' """
La fi in & Raud'o Orange Powder, the Prize Powder ol the World.
Goods sold at WHOLESALE ONLY, and at the very lowest prioo*. The
patronage of Merchants respectfully solicited.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. ll-tf 40
Chearp Cash Store !
l??.aa IN FANG
Roots asad Shoes,
All of which are sold at the lowest prices for cash.
Please call and seo for yourselves. No trouble to show goods; and learn
ing prices, you will be apt fo purchase.
L. B. WHATLEY,
nu o 9 AA JOHNSTON, S. C.
October 9-3m 44
PLE DBI GOODS,
ts and Caps,
-53 and Confectionery.
GIN Wm INSURANCE
^?S>W>i?^:^..' ' i* .
IN SUCCESSFUL 0P?ATI0N FORTY-SEVEN YEARS.
T ittmirnd niv Gin House last voar through tho Agency of Capt. E. E Jefferson,
had the misfortune to lose it, and tho full amount of my policy was paid at matu
I ?ordiallv recommend his A sen cv to tho
JAMES A. HOLLAND.
ritv without expenso or trouble to me
Our Agency extends for this Company through tho middle and upper Conni!**
?d' this State, and as we never insure a risk without personal inspection arl
knowledge of it, persons desiring insnrante'will please notify us by letter
JEFFERS?, MIXS0N & BROOKER, -
t JOHHSTOIY, S. c.
Sop?. 17-tf 41 ; V
most respectfully inform my frieivls
_ and customers generally, that I ha'vo
190 BROAD ST.,
Below JAS. A. GRAY ?: Co's , and will
oflfar to thom, at lowest prices, a m'agiiisi
cont Stock of Clocks, Gold and Silver
' Watches, Chains, Ear Rip?s and Pius,
Bracelets, Locket*?, and ah/o
SOLID SIXYF/R WARE.
Spectacles, and Fancy Goods of evory
variety. Special attention paid to Watch
ano Jewelry repairing.
m-klh BORK WARRANTED.
J. H. PRONTAuT.
Augusta, ?"Ja., O-t.. 2, 1870 ly 43