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TERRIS : $2.50 per Annum,
Rates of Advertising :
Advertisements will be inserted at the
rate of $1.50 persquare (ton minion lines,
or less) for the first insertion, and one
dollar per square for eac? subsequent in
A liberal discount will bernade to those
wishing to advertise by the year.
W. W. OwnoM, Chappell s, S, C.
W. H. Ynoo ELI., Longmires.
JOHN H. HUIEX, Batesville.
W. A, ODOM, Meeting Street.
J. K."Drr..ST, KirkseysX Hoads.
E. B. FonrtKST, Mine Creek.
TYRE ETHKSEDGK, Leesville, S. C.
J. E. COOK, Graniteville, S. 0."
Dr. JOHN B. ABNEY, Langley..?. C.
Capt. G. W. NIXON,, Woodlawn, S. C
N. Wxr^o'oKER^'Ridge, S. C.
N CAVO:IMAN, Caugknian's Store,
Oa Sunday morning nest, our Baptist
and Episcopal Churches will be open for
divine servie?. The Rev. Mr. Norris
will preach at Johnston. The Rev. Mr.
Mood, wo think, will preach at Trenton.
The newly elected officers of our K.
of H. were installed on Thursday night
of last week.
New Notary Public
Gov. Hogood has appointed tho Rev.
E. Wi; Horne, of Ridge Spring, a Notary
Public. ' .
oena-tor Chi:hon's Speech
Senator Callison's speech, which we
publish rbis week-, had much to do with
killing off a measure verv inimical to
ioternal improvements in our State. Mr.
Callison emphatically took tue right
The Cooper and* Gray Slock law.
This week wo began lo publish the
text of Mr. Denny's bil', for the SLock
L^w in < roper and Gray Townships,
but finding an important, paiagieph'torn
off of our copy, we were obliged to de
.Sist. ...?.-? l'Ai' ...
">..? ? .-. ..<;. . i'u ? ... : i rr :
James A. Wideman. one of the best
citizens of our county, moves froi. Bold
Branch to Edgefield county this week.
He has bought a valuable plantation on |
tho lino of the Gleenwood railroad.-Ab- I
Es7. H F. Olivar.
The Rev. Hugh F. Oliver, who, for two
or three years past, has preached and
taUght at Curryton, in our County, has
-.removed thence to Tuskeegee, Ala.,
v.-hT-kpwi'.l preside over a church
w i tho ut Teach lng.
Is Edge?eidto he Slighted?
Commissi.->p.er Butler has recently de
posited a number of .salmon in the -wa
ters of AiKen. county, bat as yet leaves
Re.'.ver Dam, Log Creek, Hatcher's
Pond, <A*o., ito., ike , unnoticed Ann he
an Kd^eiield man-an out-and-ouier!
How long, Cul. is this indignity to con
JD 0 Hughes's Turnip-:
Our old friend, ?. Q, Hughes, now
.Tailor in Edgofield town, has sent us
from time to time this winter th? finest
Kaia Baga turnips to be conceived ol'.
Mr. Hughes rai rd these on the Henry
Addison land; but those ?hat that ho will
rr. i si: in front .of the jail this year will
ii doubt be larger than pumpkins. He
knows how lo do it !
At a meeting held on the 7th instant,
for tho pnrpose^f.r^o,rgar?2lng the Edge
field Rifles, the folioing officers were
R S. Anderson, Captain.
W. E. Youngblocd, 1st Lieutenant.'
JA*. S. boyar, -Snd: "
John E. Paul. 1st Sergeant.
Jae. M. Harrison, 2nd. "
D. T. Gaston, 3rd. "
Ja?. E;.P.ml, 1st Corporal.
A. B. C-jvar, :: 2ud? ' *.
Willie f-t .iue, . .".rd. " ?
E. B. Hart, Sec1 iy and Treasurer,
W. T. Hundley, Chaplain.
Hugh Ami&rsoni Marker.
R (J. Bonham, Solicitor.
Thc Edgofield Pomona Grange will
meet at Watson's Store on Wednesday of
next week, and it is hoped that the at
tendance will be very large. In Edge
field, for a year or two past, -it has been
the fashion to consider the G:*ange, at
largo, a dead thing. But the late unnual
sleeting in Charleston disclosed tbs fact
that so far from being dead, it is larger,
more en?rgotioj more powerful, more
useful, than ever before. The de ulness
exists only in Edgefield. And it ?houid
be so no longer. ' If the Grange ?s'popu
lar and powerful and useful in most other
parts of South Carolina, .why not so in
Edgefield? We earnestly hope, lh?re
foro, that the meeting at Watson's will
be attended not only by grangers, bul
also by farmers generally. The lattei
may rest assured they will meet with ?
The Rev- J- A- Mood.
This gentleman has arrived in Edge
field, with his family. For the comini
year he Will p ?.-side over the Edgelieh
Circuit-Edgetield. Trenton and Middl
Ridge. Mr. Mood belongs to a famil;
vary distinguished in Methodist annals
His very name indeed implies piety
power, popularity and polish., He preach
cd his first sermon among us on Sunda
morning last, but the wretched weathe
hold most people fore'bly within door
In fae* the late unexampled bad weathe
?wo fear, Iris made the .first Edgefield ei
penances <-f Mr. Mood and his famil
gloom - ami -unattractive, an Impreaslo
which wc hope our whole cort rou hi I
will be diligent in removing.
D D G- D. Griffin-;
These numerous initials belong officia
ly io our honored young friend ai
townsman, Mr. W. J. Griffin, and pt
claim him deputy District Grand Di
talor of thu Knights of Honor, his D'
trict compi 'sing the Counties of Loxin
ton, Edgefield and Aiken. Promine
among hi? functions is the organizii
and instrncfing^f new Lodges. And
the lace cd" the frequent and fatal c<
lapses of regular Life Insurance Comp
nies, we feel very much like urging o
fellow citizens of Lexington and Aik(
as weil HS our home people, to embrace
safer and sounder life insurance by I
coming Knights of Honor. Whene\
they shall be ready for Dictator Grilfii
services, and so inform bim, he will
to ih-.-m with alacrity and zeal. And b<
before ano after organization, he will
struct them clearly and reliably. Hel
grown up with the Order, and stands <
Hervedly high in its ranks and its coi
s-ls. In a few days ho will leave <
town to orgauize a Lodge at Liberty fi
The Hiram Sibley Seed
- Oar'entoiprising neighbor, Mr. Jar
M. Cobb, has received a l?rgo invoice
the Hiram Sibley seed, and is alrei
selling them rapidly. Of the many gi
^Vegetable and flower raisers in the t?
Stitt**, none stand higher-nc?ni
a-?? i II ?i--aw
more popular or famous-than
Sibley of Rochester, N. Y., and (
illinois. Hiram Sibley cfc Co. ]
one ol these cities, Hiram Sibley
have a magnificent establishment
they send ont vegetable seed,
seed, becidiug plants, vines,
fruits, shrubs, evergreens and j
to all parts of the world. Mr.
present invoice consists, ?a ?ixozi
? sorts of vegetable seeds, all sorts i
er seeds, and all sorts of grass
Grass seeds for the field and for th
If ladies do not hurry, they will 1
dower seeds clean gone.
Cotton Still Unpicked.
Prom all we eau hear, we jud?
at least 2,000 bales of cotton, out ol
field's annual average of 40-15,001
are still in the rield. And many i
are only waiting for a sunshiny
begin picking again.
Music on the Waters.
On the waten? of Turkey Cr ek
honored friend Lem Hading has
bought a beautiful cabinet piano
ushek-from G. O. Robinson it
Angosta, and Invites us up cordi
see him and his and the new piano
ing us .word that "we will all pla
have a fine time." This "all"
Lem., Feely Lake and ourself. A
though Lem and Feely play a gre;
batter than wo do, still we shall |
join ?he band. So ?sten for music
the classic hills soon. Lem and
are practising the Overture to W
Tell, for four hands !
A New Power in Medicine.
A popular citizen living very ne
town, was down a long time 1
CL ristmas with terrible chills and
He su fibred long and Rorely, bu
finally cured by twenty ounces of
inc and forty five gallons of pcrsi
beer.' Dr Hill prescribed tho qu
aud the patient himself prescribe
God Bless Him. Forever !
Him and his ! Wo allude to that
and beloved old Christian soldler
i i or !-the Rev. Samuel Leard, wh<
ter four years among us, has gone t
other field. Some men aro too gra
character, too broad in Christian
pathy, too illustrious in tho vi
which dignify aud ennoble our c >m
humanity, to be the property of a s
church or community. They belo;
Christianity' ; they belong to God ai
thOrace. And such a'man is Mr. Li
And all Edgefield, Protestant, Ro
and .Trw, will endorse us in saying
And in honoring such a man, we
only honor our risen and exalted
vior, but we honor ourselves.
Pleasaat Lane vs. Tennessee
On Saturday last while there were '
nessee hogs in our town selling at
per lb on the foot, our friend Joe Ha
ion, of the Pleasant Lane section, broi
down ten full-blooded Berkshires
sold sold them at 7 8 cents What
Tennessee and the Stock Law to
Destroyed by Fire.
1 On Thursday morniug of la?t week
residence of our honored fellow citi?
1 Dr. Seth Butler, three miles West o
-th? old Moss place-was destroyed
? fire-supposed to hare been com mi
I cated by sparks falling upon the r
Tho furniture and effects wero sa*
j The building was insured
Our young friend, Mr. Willie Meal
-son cf the Rev. J. P. Mealing-wh
in Louisville, Ky., attending modi
lectures, writ-, s us that his Adverb
has failed to reach him once lately, t
that even that is moro than he can pos
bly survive. Our friend must remem
all the below-zero things that have nee
Stfity l?Ofn>or?Mt- At'-..*??-. - - ? .-.
On the Plains.
Ouradventurous compatriot, Dr. W.
?Strom, a son of Col. San: Strom, of G
gal, who is a Surgeon in the U. S. Arn
and who has for some time past been s
tioned at Fort Gaston, California, wri
us to discontinue his Advertiser for 1
prese.it, as he has been "ordered to M<
tana with a Regiment bf Cavalry on seo
Mr. G. D Haltiwanger.
This gentleman, now living in Le~u
ton, has retired from the editorship
the Dispatch- in which he evinced vt
decided ability-for tiip purpose of <
voting himself entirely lo the practice
Three Months of Hors?3 and Mules
By reference to our advertising c
limns, it will be seen tint Messrs. Dui
boo <fc Huton *tnn have cpr ned Feed a
Sale Stables in Edgefield -at Whitake
old stables. Rea.l what.these gent lem
say, and study the inducements they
fer. Messrs. Dunahoo A. Hu m piton a
Tennessee men, well ?nd widely knci
n their line of business. Wo have u
Mr. Dunahoo in the Lodge of Knights
Honor, ol* which Order he is a numb
andean commend him to our citizens
a gentleman of intelligence and rel
Givers and Takers of L'ens.
By reason of the changes made in I
law as to liens at tue last session ot t
Lfgislato i e, it is nov.- necessary that ea
i- lien should contain the mime of thepli
[. or plantation where the lienor reaid
f If this rule is not observed tho liens w
l not be received for record. Parties I
terested would do well to make a note
this and thus save the enselves perhap
useless ride to the Court House.
g Murdered About a Drink
1 A homicide occurred near Batesbt
o in Lexington County cn December
y The circumstances of the killing are
). follows: Mr. Wesley Kidson, who lr
'," in the Cloud's Creek neighborhood, v
t- on his way home, and when near Ce
y Jack Bates' was mot by Mr. Thou
T Goodwin, who wa3 on his way to Bat
? burg. Goodwin asked Kidson for a dri
r?: of whiskey, but was told by the la
that he did not have any, whcrsur,
y Goodwin told him he v.as a d-d li
m A similar epithet was returned, wi
;y Goodwin made toward Kidson who dr
a pistol and shot him.
The Examination of Teachers.
?" Throughout Friday and Saturday li
1(* Commissioner Eidson and Messrs. Ke
?~ and Foll: were btisy in the examinai
c" of numer?os applicants for certifica
3' as teachers in tho free schools. We \
g- ited tho scene for a while, and w
n^ strongly impressed with the superior
ng of the now system of printed questi?
iu to be answered in writing, over thei
il- oral and perplexing plan. But we e
ia- nestly hope the trustee s in our differ
ur school districts will not com ?der thc
rn, selves.bound to give a school to ev?
s a bearer of a certificate. This would
)e- dawdling away the fund without offeri
.er sulficient incentive to a few good tcai
n's ors to do their 'atv. And speaking
go the fund, reminds us that it will b<
)th little larger in future, as ihe half of !
in- poll tax applied hitherto to past inde
las cdness, will no longer be diverted,
ie- to how long tho free schools will cont
in- ue in session, that will depend upon
>ur action of the trustees in the different c
ill. tricts. The apportionment of the fe
will take place in a week or two, ?
Commissioner Eidson will publiai
oes statement And now good schools
i of ing certaiu for both rncea, our citiKe
idy both white and colored should feel a de
.eat er and strouger interest iu public sebo
'ni- The officiais can accomplish but li
? is without the jraaterial aid and count
atice of the people. Our present School
Commissioner has worked faithfully,
and done much for tho educational in
terests of Edgefield.
Edgefield, in the present style, prom,
ise aud patronage of (his large house,
seems to have taken a bound upward and
onward. See the announcement cf the
"Gary.Hotel" in another column. Mr
B. P. Covar, the proprietor,- is a man of
untiring energy, excellent judgment,
and most obligiug disposition. Ho will
keep his house tn accordance with the
advanced ideas and vastly increased com
forts of the present day ; and his career
in this lir.e of business will bo certain to
make Edgefield very attractive to stran
gers and wayfarers. But to come down
to real literal matters, we do not exactly
see where our friend Covar will put his
strangers and wayfarers, for, as far as we
i can see, his house is already filled up
NY i th permanent boarders, forming a so
cial circle very pure and refined. Among
these are the Rev. Mr. Hundley aud fam
ily, the Rev. Mr. Norris and wife, Mrs.
Tillman and her daughters, Mis. Julian
Mobley, Miss Gwultne}', Mr. and Mrs.
Hunter, Solicitor Bonham, Mr. C. R.
Reed and Mr. Ben Abney. And in clos
ing, we would beg for Mr. Covar's card
very special altentiou.
A Song lor the South.
From Ludden <fe Bates' Southern Mu
sic House, savannah, Ca., wo receive a
splendid Song and Chorus, entitled "Tho
Southern Soldier Boy," with words by
Father Ryan and Music by W. Ludden,
which we eau commend as a graud Song
that will be welcomed wherever the
Southern soldier boys' memory is held
AMUSEMENTS.-Thaatre goers and
all such as keep late hours, are very
liable to contract a severe Cough or
Cold A sale and reliable cure is
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. The price
?3 only 25 cents. lt
X$f~ Now is tho time to pay for your
Cow GROVE, S. C., July 5, 1879.
. This is to certify that I havo used
HiLr/.s HKCATIC PANACEA, and thor
oughly tested its action, and lind itali
he claims-a good liver medicine. It
also readily relieves indigestion.
W. A. SANDERS, M. D,
?a*? For sale to tho trade by W. If.
BARRKTT, Augusta, Ga.
DON'T FORGET when 3*ou visit Augus
ta, to call at the Large and Popular Shoe
Establishmentof WM. MULHERIN ?feCO.,
913 Broad St. Their stock of BOOTS,
SHOES and HATS is varied and complete,
and their prices are always as low as the
Lowest. [Sept. 8, lKS0.-i-m2l
Hurrah lor Bonham ;
For fine Whiskies and nice drinks, go
the old true and tried "Bonanza" Saloon.
DICK ANDERSON, G. S.
July 28, 1880.
Corrected Weekly from thc Augusta
AUGUSTA. GA., Jan. II, IStiO.
..one of the nurket-12, m., easier ;
3, p m., steady._
Good Ordinary. *J}
Low Middling. 10?
Middling .,. ll J
Good Middling . Jl?
Change or Schedule.
& AUGUSTA R. R.,
GKNERAI, PASSKNOKR DETAHTMICNT. J
COLUMDIA, S. C., Dec. li, 1880.
ON and after Sunday, Dec. 12. 1880,
the following Schedule will be op
erated by this Company :?
No 42, SOUTH, DAY PASSENGER.
Connect at W. C. <fe A. Junction with
South Carolina train for Charleston, ex
Leave Charlotte. 2 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia. 0 35 p ni
Leave Columbia. 0 42 p m
Arrivo at Augusta,. 10 55 p m
No43, NORTH, DAY PASSENGER
Leave Augusta. 7 30 a m
Arrive at Columbia.U 50 am
Leavo Columbia.ll 57 am
Arrive at Charlotte. 4 40 p m
No 47, NORTH, NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Augusta. 0 ?0 p m
Arrive at Columbia,.10 25 pm
No 48, SOUTH.
Leave Columbia,. F> 55 p m
Arrivo at Augusta, . t) 40 a in
For reservation of Sleeping Car, Berths,
Time Tables, or other information, :u>plv
to W. A. GIBBES, Ticket Agent, Union
Depot, or to
A. POPE, General Passenger Agent.
G. F. TAI.COTT, Sup't.
yjSED for Babbitt Metal for Gin
J Heads Mill Pipes, &c, for sale
at this office.
Nov. 19-tf 50
To the Ladies and Gentlemen
LOU are cordially invited to visit ou:
and inspect our recent importations o
Novelties, suitable for the Dra\vin?
Room and Boudoir.
BRIDAL and BIRTHDAY Present?
of rare merit.
The most beautiful assortment of EN
CRAVINGS over exhibited.
Agents for SHOW CASES.
tW Old Portraits and M irror Fi ann
Re <>ilded with the purest Gold Leaf.
PEL0T & CO) K,
836 Broad St., Augusta, ? a.
Nov. 24, 1S80. janl5 51
BY arrangement between thc heirs i
Ebenezer H. Chamberlain, dee'd., tl
undersigned will pay all just demant
against said deceased that are renden
to her properly attested, and will be gb
to receive anv debts duo to said decease
" MARY JENNINGS,
Dec 8, 1880,-B?2] Agent of Heirs.
To those Who Contemplate
vesting in Rea! Estate, or
Geing into Business.
I OFFER a very desirable
HEOXJSE Sc LOT
at Johnston Depot, on the CC A A R:
road. The Dwelling House, which
entirely new from roof tocollar, couta!
8 commodious rooms, two piazzas rt
ning ucross, pantry, stove room, ?Vc.
Tho out-buildings cont-istof a servar
house, barn and stables.
There ls also a good well of water
the place, which has a house over it.
The most desirablo purchase yet
fered, and one of tho most pleasant i
ces in the thriving village of .lohnst
Applv in person or by letter to
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
Kfcy. 24,1806. lii
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
In Common Pleas.
Rachael Adam?-, as Administratrix nf
Bettie Webb, deceased. Plaintiff, ,
A. J. Norris, J. L. Addison, and >
than Gregory and S. E. Webb - Cu
'plaint to nell land to pay debts, d.c.
"VTOTICE is hereby tri ven that by v,
JJi tue nf an order of Hon. T. B Fra*
in this cause, dated October '?Sd, 1880
will sell at Edgeiield C. H., on the ll
Monday in February next, at tho risk
tho f;:rmcr purchaser, tho following r<
estate belonging to the cst ?tc of said
Bettie Webb, deeee.sed, viz:
All that tract or parcel of land, cc
raining three hundred acres, moro i
less, situated in tho County and Su
aforesaid, and bounded by lands of D.
Holland, James A. Holland, W. C. Ail
Terms of sale: One-third cash; t
balance on a credit ol' one and two yea
in equal instalments, with interesti'rn
date of 'ale The credit portion to bc
cured by bond of the purchaser wit!,
mortgage of the premises sold.
Titles and mortage extra.
S. S. TOMPKINS, Master.
Jan. r>, 1881. 5tS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLl'N7
EDG EFIEL1) COUXT V,
ITV Common Pleas.
William M. Landrum, adm'r., Plaint il
vs. Francis C. Landrum and otha
T^TOTIl !E is hereby given that by virti
JL1 ol'a decretal order of .ludge T. 1
Fraser in this ense. dated Oct, 23, 188
I will sell at Edgefield C. H.. on thc fir
Monday in February next, Hie follov
i rig real estate, viz:
Ali that, lot or parcel of land belongil
to thc ost -.te of George W. Liudfuui, d'
ceased, situated in ibo county ant! .Slr?
aforesaid, and in the town ol' EdgelTeh
bounded by the streeton which isjocaU
the Episcopal church, lands ol'Mrs. Le.
Addison and M. C. Butler, said Jut bein
the same conveyed to said G. W, Lai
drum by Lewis Covar on the 23rd Foi
mary. ?. D. 1860.
Terms of sale cash. Titles extra
S. S. TOM PK 1 Na, MasterJ
Jan. 5, 1S3?. 5;S
?Oiicc o? Discharge.
ALL persons having demands auain:
tho estate ol' Douglas Robertson, dt
ceased, rfre required to present them i
tho ellice ol' tlic Probate Judge, on tl;
8th day of Febrnaiy next. All person
interested in said estate, either as leg::
tees or creditors, art.- notilh-d that tim un
dersigncd will make a final seltlc'mci:
upon said estate, in thti Probate Judge'
otllco of this county, on tho SH: day (
.-. N. D. ROBERTSON, Ad'or.
Jan. 4, 1881. 4:'>
NOTICE is hereby given that ther
..viii he a linn! settlement of the Ei
tate of Mark Etheredgo, dec'd.,on Thorr
day, 3rd day of February, 18"-1. in Judg
Probate's ?nico at Edgeiield C. U.
will, also, at the same lime, apply t
Judge Probate of Edgeiield county for
discharge from the E&ecutorsh'n rj* sai
esta?e. AU claims against said est?t
must be presented prior to that tinten
th ev will bc barred.
W H. TIM M ERMA N,
Ex'or. of Mark Et lu-rec ge.
Jan. 4, ISSI. 5tfi
State of South Oaronru
Tn Common Pican.
F. I J. Smith and Lewis Jones, late pari
nora in trade under the name arni sty!
of Smith tfc Jones, Plaintiffs, r*. Lil
cinda H. Burton, Deft.-Stimulons, t
. Tc Lucinda Burton.
Whereas, judgment was obtained i
the Circuit Court for.tlie County nf Edp
field aud State of South Carolina, on il:
foin th day of March, A 1) ISft7, in th
above entitled cause, against Lucir?
Burton, Defendant, for iii? sum ol'Tw
Hundred and Thirty-four Dollars, wit
920102 costs,in favor of Smith <fe Jon?
Plaintiffs, aud execution was duly.issue?
thereon, but tho active energy (hcrec
luis now expired and it is desired to hay
:!ie same renewed at March Tenn ol' th
Court ol' CV.m mon Pleas, A. D. 1831.
Now therefore, you are summoned t
appear at the next "Tenn of the Clrcui
?Vi,rt to b;i.Uei'i.ibi; sa.i.d_.County OM th
place 1' holding the same, and then am
there show cause, if any you can, wi;
said execution should not be rcnewe
according to law.
O. F. Cit BATU A M. C. C. C. P.
D.ited Dec. '.ah, A. D 1*80.
J. h. ADDISON",
Dec. 22, 1880. ?!3
Denier* itt Kvery DcBtviptSon of
?ND SUPPLIES ?
?610 k san
The largest and best assorted stock
Glass in the city.
In bulk, also In boxes of 1 to ."> lbs.
White Lead and Zin<
Strictly Pure, madn by the Kentud
Lead ann Oil Co , which we guarantee
good as the bett Also, the well kno;
Nassau White Lead and pure Frenoh Zi
Thc celebrated Paint, made by Wat
worth, Martinez A- Longman, whicl
we know to be good.
Full lino of Paint A Whitewash Brash
A large and assorted stock of Colors
Oil. Also, Dry Colora.
White Dninar, Coach, Copal, Fnruftii
Japan, Asphaltu-n, iftc. ~
Johnson's celebrated Prepared Kal
mino, ail siiades.
Linseed Oil, Raw and Boiled.
A laru;o variety ol' Locks.
Dim and Mortice Locks.
surface and Mortice Blind Hit.ge
All sizes and stylos ol' Door Bit-tf
Inside Blind Butts, brass and Iroi
A line lino ol' Padlocks.
Yule Slore Door Locks.
Va'e Night. Latches.
Screws in any quantity and evory t.
and anything else you want in toe li;
&)oos'?, Sash naac? I?ii&$J
Tho largest stock in Augusta, at bot
ligures. Send for price list.
Balusters, Brackets and Man!
And almost anything that can bc n
out of wood, woareprepared to ?nal
Yellow Pine Luiuljer
lu any quantity, rough or dresse'
-W We pack and deliver ali of
gooda Iren ol' charge.
Thompson & Heinde!
:tl() .1 ACKSON STE EE
Dae. 2?, 1880. 1
TO all mv KdRelield friends, I I
SHY that I am now to be found
the atwve solid linn of Augusta
(?oods men, where 1 will be ddighf
Kee thom-ono and all.
If I don't sell yon goods as low a?
can bs bought in Augusta, I viii
\ (,n a present of thom. Respectful
1 JOHN R. B
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 3,188s, 8;
mai Hsiga of High Prices which through the Sp?
raents for long Drained tl
Thunders in the Public Ear the
Consigns toa Dreamless, Dreary OblMantoeJw
200 Pieces BLACK anti COLORED SILKS, at 50c. per yard.
578 Pier*- BROCADED DRESS GOODS, in the New and Fashionable
Shades, .<if S 10 ard 12-'c.
4.000 Pieces .A LL-S ILK Ci ROS GRAIN RIBBON at 10c a y"H, but
woiih in Nev.- York 25c.
20 OOO Y:?) <]? FLANNEL; cut down to 25c. a yard.
THE REASON ?S PLAIN ?
G R j
s Unlimited !
f t^lia, lija? -
Of omaroo BGSB FOR CASH -running the great EC
a?*d AUGUSTA, his Enormous Purchases fill
Enthroned on the Pinnacle of Unlimitc
Energy ane Untramrc
3?l^,OIvi HBE DOXJ33LE SHOTTEI
r , cm v VITV? PT) f! \LICOES (and thev are Standards,) at 44c. j 1
25,000 Yards STAB at 25c
j75 DM* Oe? ^'?^OKEROHIBFS, cut down to 5c. each.
5?8 D zsn AH-LineanA^?" ^ nor ?air.
853 Dozeu AU L?K-:I LQWI?IIW, ar tu?.
? ,"? W] .real partios spring to life and die; but while tl
-\ i : i \' rise ami ian, ;->iv-i,j i . * rr? ? y
li?is, (hoir read, its great exemplar, 9kkl .
D< E7. Jb "U Ijl^EIiTOffl
HToioaUi and Boiail
628 ? vd Si . l?gtjsta, (?a,
Fur Fffcfeo years past we have
teen supplying the people of South
Carolini and Georgia with that great*
rat of home comforts, the COOKING
STOVE, and yet the call is for more,
end especially of the sort that FULLERTON keeps.
BSr REPAIRS can he had for Steves sold 10, 12 and 15 years ago. For
STOVES, TIN and WOODENWARE, sall on
dire You Going to Paint ?
THEN USE JYEW YORK j
Ready for use in White and over One Hundred Different Colors, made of
Strictly pure White Lead, Zinc, and Linseed Oil chemically combined. War
ranted much Handsomer and Cheaper arid to last TWICE AS LONG ab
arv o'lier paint. It has taken the FIRST PREMIUM et twenty of the
State Fairs of the Union, and ison MANY THOUSANDS of the finest
houses in the country.
ST. PETERSBURG, PA., Jan. 10th, 1677.
FEW yORK KN A MEL PAINi CO.
Gentlemen: We have sold large quantities of your Enamel Paint in tbi
/.-ection of the country, and ali parties having used the same speak highly
of its durability and finish ; and they find the colors and mixtures just HP
you represent. There can be no bette, paint for exposure to heat and cold,
and any one using it once will surely do so again. You have privilege to
us-3 our names for reference. Respectfully,
CHALFANT & GR A AF.
Address: WEW YORK ENAMEL PA?NT CO.,
' 178 PRINCE STREET, F. Y.
.ST SAMPLE CARD SENT FREE. [Feb. 16, till
IN C. DIAL,
COLUMBIA, S. O,
DIRECT IMPORTER OF AND DEVISER IN GENERAL
HOUSE BUILDING and FimNisur?p HARDWARE of all kinds.
CARRIAGE BUILDING and TRIMMING MATERIAL of every de-|'
scriptum. % ?\
MECHANICS' TOOLS-the largest and best stock in the j,
,f kl State.
nuic j BELTING, PACKING, LAGING, FILES, OILS, IRON, STEEL,
MILL CASTINGS, BOLTING CLOTH, MILL PICKS, WRENCHES,
SUGAR CANE MILLS and PANS, &c, &c.
All Goods warranted as represented. Orders accom
panied with the money or city reference; will haye prompt
und careful attention. ' [Oct. 12. ?80.-ly5J
BUCKLEY'S BOOK STORE!
j U AVE just received a supply of FANCY STATIONERY in ornamental caskets,
I to which thc attention of the public is invited. Also on hand a larcto assortment ot
CHROMOS AND PHOTOGRAPHS,
tod tb : Standar ! lines of STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, ?tc., at LOWEST PRICES. I
I receive ?he Late? I Novels and -all the Illustrated and News Papers as issued,
'they; J?3T SCHOOL' HOOKS a specialty.
J0 T. B??0EIEY, 832 BBOAB STEEET.
RETWJ?WN CHRTSTOPHElt and .TAS. A, GRAY'S,
Bjgf j NOV. 10-jaul'J
rcious Argument of Sensational Advertise
i Logic of his Magnificent
arfed and Spasmodic Ifiorts of Paralyzed
0 Pieces WOOL LINSEYS, at Ile.
4 Cases KENTUCKY JEANS, at 10c.
0 Cases SEA ISLAND SHIRTING slaugh'.erelat Sc,
4 Pieces TOWEL DAMASK, (a wonder) mark- tl away at >
0 Pieces DRESS GOODS, RAW SATEEN TWILLS, at 8?. a yard.
0 Dozen Ladies' Fancy Colored HOSIERY reduced to 10c. a pair.
'TIS THUS EXPLAINED:
\ Y j ??
larkets of Georgia, ATHENS, SAVANNAH
tlie Manufacturers3 eye, and Securely
?d Capital, Backed by Dauntless
D G-XJTSTS, BELCHES FORTH
22 Dozen Ladies' Ali-Linen, HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS
at 12-]c. each..
20 Dozen Misses' FANCY HOSE, at 10c. per nair.
00-Dozen SPOOL COTTON, at ?c. a dozen. *
3 E S
io old love of Commercial Honor lives in Edgefieldj
GRAY j CO.
We have HU IMMENSE STOCK on hand, and have Prices
irked Down SO LOW, that Merchants wanting 25, 50
id 100 Dollars Lots, nan buy AS LOW from ns ns
You can SELECT your stock from our SAMPLE. TABLES
d run LESS RISK of getting UNSALABLE Goods.
f. lie?ards ? Son,
829 Broad St.< Augusta, Ga.
?gr N. B.-Merchants wanting TOYS, and no time to
une to thc City, wc will select tor them.
November 23, 1880.-[426m.
ARPET?! CARPETS! CARPETS!
NEW GOODS FOR PALL TRADE.
O 0 ROLLS of NEW CARPETS oponed this week in
'-- ??>i?o>.r now Hoeicns. 75. 85. 03. $1. 91.46.
THREE-PLY CARPETS, verv choice goons, in new u?
SCOTCH INGRAIN CARPETS, All Wool, new and beautiful, 75, 85, 9Ac peryA.
WOOL and COTTON INGRAIN CARPETS, 30. 40and 50c per yard.
STRIPED CARPETS, for rooms, for 18, L'0, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 and'flOc per yard.
HALL CARPE1S, in Brussels, Venetian and Ingrain.
STAIR CARPETS, in Brussels, Venetian, etc. etc.
HEARTH RUOS. iu Singlo and Doublo Velvet and Brussels, Axminster, WU?'
n, Smj'rna, Mottled ann Turkish.
DOOR MATS, in Velvet, Brussels, Smyrna, Worsted Bordered Cooa, Plain Co.
ia, India Rubber, Buggj' and Grass Mats, new and beautiful Goods, which Iofltor
AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
TOGETHER WITH A FULL LINE OF
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS in all widths. COCOA and CANTON MATTINGS.
LACE CUQTA1NS, now designs, BANDS, LOOPS, HAIR CLOTHS-all width?.
EXTENSION WINDOW CORNICES, new designs, just opened.
CURTAIN GOODS and UPHOLSTERERS* TRIMMINGS
WALL PAPER and BORDERS, RTSTIC SHADES, CANE for CH AIRSi
Table OIL CLOTHS, all widths. NURSERY Sheetings, Piano and Table Covary
WINDOW SHADES, Scolloped and Plain, Shade Hollands, all widths.
%Sp Every one is invited to come and "see my New Goods.
?&- M Y MOTTO ?S Q U?OK XA LES and ??MA LL MOFJT?. ?
GEORGE A. BAILIE,
MASONIC HALL BUILDING, 712 BROAD ST.
pG~ A competent Upholsterer on hand to Fit and I^ay Carpets, ?tc.
New Groceries !
WE have just received 150 Cases of CANNED GOODS, consisting of
FRUITS, MEATS and VEGETABLES of all kinds. New Currants and Citron.
225 Boxes and Barrels CRACKERS, of every variety. Pickle* in Barrels.
New Buckwheat, Oatmeal. Cracked Wheat," Pearl Barley. Graham Flour,
Yankee Beans, Choice New Mackerel a?:d Codlisb.
Northern Apples. Potatoes, Onions and Cabbages.
ER ES H GOODS by every steamer, which we are selling at tho LOWEST PRI
EES, qnaliiv considered. Give us a call and be convinced.
JOHN D. BAKER, Managen
GEORGE A. BAILIE,
Dec 4 -3m J Masonic If all Building, 742 Broad St.
Pendleton's Book Store,
804 BROAD STREET,
(Next to E. R. Schneider's,)
Keeps Cons andy on hand a full line of
Books and Stationery,
Consisting in part of Standard and Miscellaneous Fo)ks, Novels, Tale>,,c
and Religions, Bibles, Testaments, Hymn Books, (ol different denoraifiS^
tions) Sunday School Books and requisites,
Blank Bool? all kinds, Not<\ Letter, Fools-Cap, Bill and Legal Cap Paper,
OFFICE and FANCY STATIONERY, Picture Frames, Dolla and Toyt,
Photograph and Autograph Albums, Picture, &c, &c.
Books and small packages ol" Stationery sent by mail, Free ?f JPostage,
on receipt of money for same.
A ? F. PENDLETON*
Oct, S,~tf 44 804 fcfcdAD ST'h Ai$t?ST$,