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TERMS: $2.50 per Annum,
Rates of Advertising :
Advertisements will be inserted at the
rate of $1.50 per square (ten minion linea,
or lesa) for the first insertion, and one
dollar per square for each subsequent in
A liberal discount will be made to those
wishing to advertise by the year.
OUR AGENTS :
W. W. OWDOX, Chappells, S. C.
W. H. YELDELL, Longmirea.
JOHN H. HUIET, Bates ville.
W. A. ODOM, Meeting Stree*-.
J. K. DURST, Kirkseys X Roads.
E. B. FORREST, Mine Creek.
TYKE ETHEREDOS, Leesville, S. C.
J. E. COOK, Graniteville, S. C.
Dr. JOHN B. ABNEY, Langley, S. C.
Capt. G. W. NrxoN, Woodlawn, 8. C
K. W. BROOKER, Ridge, SC C.
JOHN CACGHJ?AN, Caaghman's Store,
Municipal Meeting on Thursday Af
At the request of the outgoing Council
and of many property-holders of the mu
nicipality, we call upon all the voters of
our town, irrespective of color or part) i
to meei in our Court House on Thursday
afternoon ci this week, at 3 o'clock, for
the pnrfose of nominating s municipa
licket for the election of Monday next-a
single ticket which shall embody the cnity^
the patriotism and the good will of Edge
field And to this end, let love for the
public good rise high above everything
else. And to this end, let the older head?
of the community come together and work
out the problem. The time is upon us
when our property-holders should look
about themselves and provide a course of
action that shall save our town from the
errors and the apathy of the past. Within
our incorporation dwell good men who, aa
Intendant and Wardens, would be accept
able to all colors and all parties. And let
not the effort be given over until these
men shall be named and solicited. And
when so named and solicited, let them con
sider it their patriotic and religious duty
to acquiesce and conscientiously do their
best. No man can do more.
A Casein Which The English Lan
guage Becomes Totally Iusolvent.
The case of White's new advertisement
in this week's Advertiser-J. B. White ?
Co., of Augusta. Literally and truly the
English language is insolvent to narrate
?ta seemingly fabulous contents and prom
ises. So much so indeed that White him
self has been forced to trench upon the an
cient Greek tongue, . ! will be seen by thai
unusual but signal!; appropriate word
"Thaumaturgie," which means "wonder
working." And if White is nota Won
der-Worker, who, in this nineteenth cen
-tory, is? A mercantile Hercules "hurling
stones-that nine degenerate men of mod
ern times would fail to lift !" And, as we
have often before said, a benefactor of the
poor who deserves rank with Howard and
Peabody. Bat let us return to the adver
tisement. Bead it, all ye ransomed souls
-ransomed by White from grinding ex
tortion !-and rejoice with uplifted voice
and outspread wings. With wings out
spread for the kingly Ararat of White'?
the dry and lofty Ararat that overlooks
the old waves of hard times and high
prias. Yes, let us al! .weary not in our
?iigat until we rest on the Ararat of White.
And whan we rest there, White, as father
Noah, and Frank Youugblood, symboliz
lng Shem, Ham and Japhet, will receive
us with mercy, andj.ransmute our hum
ble five dollar? into the glories of Solomon
and the Queen of Sheba !
Addison and Anltman's Threshing Ma
Mr. W. P. Addison, the oldest son of J
John L. Addison, Esq., is the Agent in
Edgefield of the colossal Threshing Ma
ehinery establishment of C. Aultman
A Ct?., Canton, Ohio. Indeed our young
friend Addison, with an energy that U
most admirable lu one of his years, li
the manager, in Edgefield, of a branch
office and warehouse of these great works
In this week's Advertiser he issues a
card which the agricultural public gen
orally would be wise to consult. Mr
Addison ia abundantly provided with
descriptive catalogues, price lists, and
large Illustrative pictures, which he will
be glad to give out or send out upon re
quest. The grain-raiser, in these days,
who is ignorant of.Aultmau's machines
is simply one;bundred years behind the
Centi?mes? Ready-Made Clothing.
The richest and also the plainest, and
the mo3t.fashionable and also the most un.
pretentious, is to be had of Henry S. Jor
don, of Augusta, who this week speaks to
the people of Edgefieldj'ihrongh the col
ams of the Advertiser. Than Jordan, no
merchant in Augusta stands fairer, and
from none other-can you possibly get a
more elegant or a cheaper suit of ready,
A Dangerous Place for Women :
Miss L. J. Leckie's in Augusta. And
still more dangerous for men who are the
fathers and husbands of women. Dan
gerous for women because they are apt to
lose their reason permanently over Misc
Leckie's new hats, bonnets, feathers, flow
ers, laces, ?fcc., dc And dangerous for
moa because Miss Leckie's lovely gooda
despite her low prices-are likely to make
their purses shrink. This week, Miss
Leckie announces ber spring opening to
the ladies of Edgefield. And tho lady who
overlooks Miss Leckie's card will be cheat
ing herself of vast pleasure and profit.
jm> Please remember that WM. MUL
HBSIN & Co., 913 Broad St., Augusta,
Ga., have on hand a very full Stock of j
BOOTS, SHOKS and HATH, which are of
fered a? Low Prices for Cask. Don't fall
to give them a call when yon visit Aa
Charlie Ross Fonnd.
For fine Whiskies and nice drinks, po
the cid true and tried "Bonanza" Saloon.
DICE ANDERSON, G. S.
ALSTON, FAIRFIELD Co., S C., )
February, 1880. j
DEAS SIB-I am proud to say that your
medicine has done more for me than all
the other medicines I have ever tried. I
pronounce your HEPATIC PANACEA su
perior to alf for Liver, Stomach and Dys
pepsia. Yours respectfully,
J. 8. SWYGERT.
.r For sale to the trade by W. H.
BARRETT, Augusta, Ga.
Messrs. Hutchison <? Bro.-It is with
real pleasure that I add my -testimony to
lhe~great virtues of your "Neurolgine"
as a specific for.neuralgla and sick head
ache. Such a remedy Ts a blessing, and
all sufferers should keep it on hand.
J. il. RlDOELY,
136 Cathedral Street, Baltimore.
Sold by Dr. W. E. LYNCH. [8m7
ff- Nowis the time to pay for your
On Sunday morning nest-Palm !
day, the flrat day of tho Holy We
our Episcopal and Methodist Chur
will bo open for divine service.
Rev. Mr Mood wilLalso preach at ni
The Rev. Mr. Hundley will preac
Johuston. The Rev. Mr. Rogers
preach at Spann's in the forenoon, ai
Bethlehem in the afternoon.
Death of Mrs. Boper
AB we go to press weare informe
the death of Mrs. Susan Roper, of He
Creek, which took place this morn
The White Plume of the Rifles.
On Friday afternoon next, the ?
field Rifles will hold a dress driU
target-shooting. On thia occasion,
white plume of the company, instea
being drilled for, as heretofore, will
shot for. And we already see It wa^
from Willie Dunovant's cap !
Read John F. Hobbs's address to.
women of South Carolina, on our :
page. Read it !
Upon request, Mr. Baermann will
liver a lecture at the Baptist Churct
nest Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. &
ject: "Common Sense." Admission
Cravats and Stockings.
Easter cravats and hose must mt
this year. Mr. Cobb understands I
little idea, and is prepared for any
Capt Clark the Pioneer
Immigrants are arriving in Colnm
almost daily, and by communicat
with Col. A. P. utler, Commissior
they may now be obtained. Soon
hope to see our Coon ty stocked with tb
thrifty laborers. Cap*. T. H. Clark,
Trenton, is the pioneer. He already 1
a family of three Germans.
The Johnston Dry Ticket
The dry ticket at Johnston is as f
lows : Intendant-W. J. Huiet. Wa
ens-J. D. Eidson, R. A. Turner, W.
Wills and P. L. Wright.
The Eagle's Westward Flieht
Tc-day your corr- spondent intorvie
ed Gen. Gary He holds fast to t
btraightout Democracy, but for the pr<
ent is quiet on political questions, ott
business calling bis attention. In a sh?
time he will be on his ay West, to ;
after two cotton plantations he has ov
m Arkansas.-Cokesbury Corresponder
of Oreeuville News.
An Old and Loved Friend.
Capt. C. L. B. Marsh, universal
known as a former popular railroad ni
of Alabama, is in the city to-day. Tl
Captain has been for several years a re;
?lent of Edgetield, where he is quiet
spending the J em ai oder of his days. E
thousands o> friends along the old Mor
gomery and Weat Point Railroad will
glad to learn that his health is good, h
size increased, aud for only a few "silv
threads among the gold," their panel pi
tures of thi gallant Charley of a dozi
years ago are as good now as if taken c
yesterday.-A ugusta Evening Neics.
The Aiken Schnetzeiiest
The Presideut of the Aiken Schuetze]
fest, Mr. Henry Hahn, will please acce
our thar.ks for an invitation to be prese:
at the grand Fest which comes off at th
place on the 21st and 22d April. Judi
ing from the programme before n
our German frieuds will ?paie no pail
to make it a success beyond anythir
that has ever come off in that town. B
sides the other attractions, on tho fir
day, th? re will be a grand prize tilt bi
tween the Edge?eld Hussars, Rich mon
Hussars, Edgefield Rangers and Rici
mond Dragoons, and a grand concert b
the Fusileer Band, winding up with a
UK '.nation and ball, at night. NY
would advise such of our readers as d?
Mire to spend a pleasant time, not to fa
to be ou hand at tho dates above mei
Major S. S. Kirkland, who is so unive:
sally popular in our community, hi
been on a little visit to Edgefield latch
Major Kirkland has had charge of tb
survey of the railroad from Spartanbur
to Greenwood via Laurens, and inform
us that this route has been run all th
way to Greenwood, and that a very goo
line can bv. aad all tho way. He expect
co commence the survey on the line b
Glenu Springs and Cross Anchor in
few days. Thia road will be the contin
uation of the Augusta and Knox vi ll
Road, northward from Greenwood.
Tillman at Bed Oak Grove.
The following note will explain itself
Messrs. Editorn : The Hon. G. D. Till
man has consented to deliver our nes
lecture at Red Oak Grove Church, o:
Saturday before the 4th Sunday in April
at 2o'clock, P. M. Subject: u Industrin
Education." Mr. Tillman offered to con
tribute liberally to the church if w
would excuse him from the lecture; bu
as we think it a subject which ever;
young person in the South needs to hea
discussed, we have determined- to hav
the lecture for the bonefit of the peopl
of our own section of country, even if w
fail to get half what Mr. Tillmau woul<
have been willing to contribute. Yoi
know, Messrs. Editors, if a Souther!
your.g man would liston to a good, com
mon-sense discussion (and such Mr. T
is eminently capable of giving) of tbi
subject, it would b9 worth, in lifo, tobin
an huudred fold more than the entrant*
fee; that is, if he is made of the righ
kind of material. I deem this the sut;
ject next to religion in importance, espe
cially to the Southern young man.
Yours truly, G. W. Bt-ssEV.
The Stock Law Fence.
Last week we enquired concerning th
Stock Law fence through Cooper an<
Gray Townships. Since thon wo hav
seen our old friend, Mr. W. D King, o
the cut-off country, who Informs us thu
the said fence is completed, and was re
celved by the County Commissioners o
Abbeville on the 1st of April, Mr. Kin|
informed us fuither that the people uj
that way wero so willing to embraoe th
stock law that all stock was oontined t<
! pastures at home a month ago. An<
Southward the wave rolls !
The Giant's Causeway.
And speaking of the stock law remind
us of one of our wealthy fellow citizen
who cannot be of that way of thinking
jndging from the height and strength u
hiarfeneee-John Hollingsworth. Esq
In driving out to Mrs. Hughes's a fev
afternoons ago, we did not seo day Ugh
from Mr. Hollingsworth^ line to Pleas
an' Grove Church, on account of tb
height and thickness of the fences-somi
of them entirely new. The Giant's Cause
way in the North of Ireland ls nothin)
to them. They are at once a pattern am
The Calhoun Hotels.
Mr. J. W. Calhoun, of Johnston, ls nov
tho proprietor of two Hotels-one at John
eton the other in our town; and he als<
announces that he will keep carriages
buggies and horses at both places to con
vey the traveller from one hotel to tin
other, or in any other direction. Ou:
neighboring town of Johnston is there
fore more closely connected with ns thai
formerly by Mr. Calhoun's enterprise
The guests of the Calhoun Hotel will b<
at home either at Edgefield or Johnston
The hotel which he ba? leaded at Edge
field has been known lately as the Gar]
Hotel, bot it will now bo the Calhorn
Hotel. It is a large and commodioui
iiiii diii'z. w?il .tarnished, and we doubt
ii-jt that uauot the management u? Mr.
Calhoun, assisted by Mr. John Kennerly,
it will become as popular with the pub
lic as tho Calhoun Hotel at Johnston is.
Destruction of au Unfinished ? pixe
We learn from the Monitor ut Inst
week, that in th? tremendous wind
storm of Tuesday afternoon, March 29tb,
the Hteeple which was being erected on
the Baptist Church at Ridge Spring, and
which when completed would have been
the tallest structure of the kind in Edge
field County, was blown off and broken
to pieces, leaving nothing standing but
the foundation, and slightly injuring the
roof of the building. Some of the work
men tarely escaped injury if not doatb,
having lett the top onlya few moments
before it fell. As the congregation have'
already purchased their bell, however,
we suppose of course, that they will at
once proceed to the rebuilding of the
" Woman on the Frontier."
By Wm W. Fowler. Published by S.
Scranton <fc Co., Hartford. Subscrip
tion price, ?2.75. " Woman on the Fron
tier" is tho name of a new book, now be
ing sold by subscription, and which, as
its merits deserve, is meeting with unu
sual lav r. Miss Mattie Smith, of Ab
beville, a niece of our popular townsman
Ci.pt. JR. S. Anderson, and a young lady
ot" great dignity and intelligence, is now
iu-Edgeiield soliciting subscriptions to
Woman on the Frontier;" and we bog
for Miss Smith a very Kindly reception
among our people, assuring the latter
tust the work she represents is in every
way worth their patronage and perusal
lu Woman on thc Frontier," is told'
in a charming manner, the heroic story
of Emily Geiger, the great grandmother
I of our Three wit Nicholsons. Therefore
every Threewit Nicholson ought to sub
scribe to tho book. The book is beauti
fully gotten up, and the exterior is hand
some and ornamental.
Spots on the Sun.
The weather defies all description. Ice
every morning a furlong (hick, and many
people froz9n t? death, to say nothing of
young peaches and plums. And the
winds in their very tarnest mo
ments amount to a ruthless hurricane,
Aud the tulips and hyacinths are dead,
and green peas and 'young corn make
you sick with yellowness. And the worst
of it is that this sort of thing is to go on
all through the summer. We have found
out, from reading the late deductions
and prognostications of eminent seien
tisis, that there are uow huge spots on
the sun-continually growing larger
and that the entire year is to be cold,
wet, windy and unproductive This
thing, the scientists saj', happens overy
eleven years, in a greater or less degree.
This is true; and God knows it is no
laughing matter. Spots on the sun, and
peoplo and things freezing to death in
April ! ___________?
From thu Creation ot' Adam With the
Cooke's Clothing and Hit Store in
Augusta, which, from the creation of Adam
with the fig leaf, has been renowned for
first-class male clothing, has now in hand
a larger and finer stock than ever. All
goods that aro nold from this house are the
best which can be made op. But we can
no longer compliment Cooke's Clothing
Store by eulogy; it is too well known. Our
readers, however, will lose nothing by
reading Mr. Blanchard's new card, in an
Au Important Proclamation.
Now that the winter season is over
(according to the almanac, if n<>t the
".tmopphern), and spring goods are
arriving by every boat and train, the
celebrated boot. 6hoe and hat honst"
of Wm. Mulherin & Co. comes forth
with their usual seasonable proclama
tion, which is printed in another col
umn of to-day's News. They open
np the campaign with a full line of
gentlemen's boots and shoes, not over
looking the boys and children, and
also have made special selections for
the ladies, all of which articles have
been purchased with the cash. No
credit was asked, and consequently
they can sell for a shorter profit than
houses which buy on credit and sell
the same way. The wholesale trade
will be su plied at prices that will
compete with the Northern markets.
Call at 013 Broad street. You will
always be welcome.-Augusta Even
AIKEN COUNTY LAND,
At a Sarifice.
ACRES, all ?tio farming
j-UU land; mixed soil; mostly
level; well wooded and heavily timber
ed. Excellent water power, with good
opening for Mills. Fine dwelling, gin
house, store house and all necessary out
I can conscientiously recommend this
property in every respect.
Price'only $5 per acre, on easy terms.
'CLAUDE E. SAWYER,
Aiken, S. C.
March 1, ISSI. 2ml3
A Bargain ! A Bargain !
AVALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
containing One Hundred and Eigh
ty-seven and a half Acres, more or less,
lying just beyond the incorporate limits
of Edgelield Village, about two acres of j
it extending within said limits. Upon
the land is a good Dwelling House of two
stories and 8 rooms, with iiro-placos to
each room, besides a store-room attached
and a servants' house in the j-ard. Also
a good Gin House, a two story Barn, and
stable room for any use. The placo has
three tenant houses, conveniently ar
ranged, upon i' - and it is well waterod,
having several tine springs, and suffi
ciently timbered. Terms reasonable.
Apply to or address,
R. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
March 3. tf 13
HAMBURG TOWN LOTS !
A HAVE for sale SIX LOTS in the
Town of Hamburg. One of them con
tains sn acre of land-more or less.
R. G. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
Jan. 12,1881. tfO
Dr. R. Y. Dwight,
Offers his professional ser
vices to the people of Edge
field and vicinity.
Feb. 23, 1881. ? 2inl2
PM OF ?DEBATI,
To those Who Contemplate In*
vesting in Real Estate, or
Going into Business.
OFFER a very desirable
HOUSE Sc LOT
at Johnston Depot, on the CC A A Rail
road. The Dwelling House, which is
entirely new from roof to cellar, contains
8 commodious rooms, two piazzas run
ning across, pantry, stove room, tte.
The out-buildings consist ol'a servants'
house, barn and stables.
There is also a good well of water on
the place, which lias a house over lt.
The most desirable, purchase 3*et of
fered, and one of tho most pleasant pla
ces in the thriving villago of Johnston.
Apply In person or by letter to
lt. G. M. DUNOVANT,
Real Estate Agent.
Soy. 24, 1880, tf61
Position of Leader in Dry Goods. In His
fnl Thought and Study, Making Nations
Toe Vigor of Whose Minti no Subtlely can Subdue or Deduct. Hai
Hurling Stones That Nine Degenerate M
2? ?T^? ftft.
Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of Choice 1
During our entire experience we have carefully watched our A
presented to the public at
j WHITE'S GKR
2f~vrkrv PIECES LYONS and ZURICH SILKS, sold In New York City, hy
9\J\J\J order of Messrs. Passavant & Co.. of Paris and New York.
Wednesday, Mar. 19? J. B. White & Co. Bought at this Sale,
[ Nos. 467, 488, 489 "and 518, ?10 and 523 J? Pieces Zurich Colored Gros Grain silk,
at 31L This is a Great Bargain..and^u?ff bo sold in limited quantities, at retail, at
31 lc. Every imaginable shade jEvery piece warranted perfect or money refunded.
Lots 543,551, 5?S. In all, about 5,000.ynrds Fancy Sommer Silks, at 19c; sold last
season at 85c. Lots 1,154, 1,151? to 1,163. This is a princely lot.
7,C00 Yards Plain Ratin Merveillux and Satin do Lyon, all now Spring shade* ;
price, 48c, worth $1.25.
Nos 1,238 tc 1,540. 497 yds. CadrUles Jasper Jfc Hayes' Jaspers, at 47"c; worth 1.10
Nos. 1,277 to 1,290. 1,900 vds beautiful Black Silk Brocade, sold at 70c on the dol
lar-an actual slaughter Price, 35, 50, 75, $1, $1 ?5 and il 50.
Nos. 1,169 to 1.185. 847 yds Satin Guros, Satin Radzaroire ; Satin D'Egypt, at 50,
65, 75o aud 81. gr
Nos. 1,542 to 1,576 1,046 yds China Lances Rayes and richest 20-inch Block Satin
Armey re, $1 25 to 81 75 a yard.
By Order of Messrs. C. Auflmordt ii Co., .Var. 23, 2,soo Dozen Kid Gloves.
We, J. B. WHITE & CO.,
Bought 367 dozen. Every pair warranted or money to be refunded. In this lot
only ll Hooks Colored Kid Gloves, 8 Hooks Colored Kid Gloves. 17 Hooks Colored
Kid Gloves, all at % 110 a peir; worth $2 50 and 83 50. 178 dozen White Kid Gloves,
8, 10, 12, 16 huttons, at 99c a pair. Also, in connection with thia sale we bought 100
pieces Lyons, 27-Inch Black Gros Grain silk, worth ?I 50. Will offer this lot in
limited quantities, 5 to 25 yards, at 65c. These Black Silks were made for the best
City Retail Trade.
Think Ol lt !
27-inch Black Gros Grain Silk Satin Liiitre, at 65c Every piece warrantod puresilk.
Arlington Mills Sale, Through Townsend & Farges, of N. Y. City.
178 Pieces Black All Wool Rolled Bunting, nt 16c; worth
268 Pieces of Lace Wool Bunting, at 15c; worth 35e.
685 Pieces of Gray Debeze, at 5c; worth 15c.
200 Pieces Australian Crepe Plaid, at 8c a yard.
210 Pieces Circassian Alpaca, at 10c a jard..
219 Pieces Fancy Brocade, at 9Jc ; worth 20c. .
From the German and Frenen Importers.
NOVELTIES, NOVELTIES, NOVELTIES !
IN DRESS GOOODS. from 25c. to $1 25.
We have purchased 7,800 at a special discount of 10 per cont, for cash.
We aro selling children's Parasols nt 5c. Ladies' Twilled Si'.k Umbrellas nt $1.
The Beautiful Mercedes " Bullied Parasols," in Satin and Satin Brocade Silk,
and the Now Coaching Shades-prices rango from ?2 50, ?5, 88 6(1 to $12 50.
500 22-inch Fringed Silk Parasols at 81 65.
In the Cloak Room, Wc Opened on Saturday.
641 Dozen Ladies' and Children's UNDERGARMENTS, and marked the entire \
line in Plain Figures. Better see them when making other purchases.
TSS FP.I03S ""ILL T32??T.
Mr. J. G. GALLAHER, of Fredericksburg, Va., has charge of this de, artment. I
Hi GL o e s- * j
We call particular attention to the ijh-mense stock of Real and Imitation Laces,
amounting to ?C.?OO. We paid 48 cents on the dollar for them. |
WHITE, the Leadei
A LARGE STOCK ~
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS,
LOW PRICES FOR CASH
WM. MTJLHERIN t CO.,
913 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Feb. 2, 1881.-Iy9
Broad St., Near Lower Market, Augusta, Ga.
MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, and MARBLE WORK generally al
ways on hand or made to order. A large section ready for lettering and
delivery at shortest notice. Several hundreds of new designs of the most
modern styles of Mouuments, furnished at a lower price than ever before
in tbis market, and of. the best workmanship, similar to that of the new
Confederate Monument, recently erected by me in this city.
THEO. NARK WALTER.
AUGUSTA. GA., NOV. 25, 1879._lv.r)l
KEEP YOUR PROPERTY INSURED
IN TUE OLD
Georgia Home Insurance Co.
LOX? TRIED ! EVER PROMPT !~ALWAYS RELIABLE!
THE GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Columbo-*, Ga, continues to insure
DWELLINGS, BARNS, STABLES, MERC HAN
DISE, &c, &e., at the. LOWEST RATES, and
invariably pays its losses promptly, fairly and hon
lestly, and without resort to equivocation or eva
I Ordinary Dwelling risks will be carried per an
fnum at J per cent., or $7 50 for $1,000 insurance.
On the two-year plan, at 1 1-5 per cent., or $12
for $1,000 insurance. On the three-year plan, at
?J per cent., or $15 for $1,000 insurance. And on
the five year plan, at 2\ per cent., or $22 50 for
Parties desiring insurance in a solid and reliable
Companv, can do no better than placing their risks in the justly popular GEORGIA
SOT For insurance, or further information, apply to Mr. W. P. ADDISON, who
will canvass thc Countv, or lo the undersigned.
D. R. DURISOE, Agent.
Edgefield, S. C., Jan. 24, 1881.
STONO ACIC PHOSPHATE,
JOB* MERRIMANS AMM0MATED DISSOLVED BOXES,
ALLISON & ADDISON'S STAR BRAND,
A COUPLETS COTTOX .V.l.VIV?A'.
THE "OLD BALD EAGLE"
Made Specially For Use Iv Edgefield County.
All of which will be eold for 1 w prices to APPROVED PARTIES.
Partie? wishing ACID PHOSPHATE should apply early, as the supply
s very limited. For sale by
J. B. NORRIS, Trenton, S. O.
L T UR GIC
List Everv Article Forms a Text for Care
3 Qtuake and Monarchs Tremble in Their
idling with a Giant Grasp Whatever Ue Takes Bold of, Like That of
en of Modern Times Would Fail to Lift.
Dry Goods, at an average Not Over Sixty Cents on the Dollar,
ierenntile Interests, and never such an opportunity as this was
DEPARTMENT OF WHITE GOODS.
j We Infee Pleasure lu Naming a few of the New Prices on Well Ku own GoooV
ft, OOO Yard? 4-4 Victoria Lawn? at !> cent? H yard.
500 Pieces Persian Lawn at 23 cents, worth 50 cents.
1,000 Y?rd?.5-4 Victorin Lawn at S cents.
WJ? Pieces Chucked TfaJuso?k ?tts cents a yard.
LI.N'EN DH IN'DE-L1NRNT DE IRKLANDK. * '
300 Piece." of Lonsdale Oamhrre at 11 cents a yard.
Ml? Pieces Fruit tit tho Lonni an.I Semper Idem Shirting at Tic
2H.?00 Yard? Priuted Union tawhV. U? iuehes wide, at cents a vard.
50 Casen Figured Manchester 1,400 Lawns, at 9} cent* a yard*
89.800 WORTH OF HOSIERY !
Ladies' Irish nalbriggan Hose, yard long, at 25 cents a pair.
Children'* I ?ire Mose, Pink and niue, at IO, 25 and 50 cents a pair. * "
j CASSIMERES, ALL WOOL at 45c a Yard.
HARRIS' BE VT, nt $1 25 a vard. Cuban Tweets at 15, 20 nod 2&j a vard.
Clan Ginghams, choice, at 10c.
Furniture Cretonnes, one lot of 50 piree*, at 20 cants; worth 50 cen Ls. '
White Spread? ai 6? Ont* ou thc Dollar.
Job Spreads at 35 cents, C<> eeats and ?I.
English Heavy Marseilles <jniltH,.?t *l 50, $> and $2 50.
Our new prices will make ours about half tho usual rates.
Cost us 58 cents on the dollar -wc will ? ?1 them at this rate-Lite prides are Just
j half, and in low numbers about one-fourth You can buy a 5 emits Edging for lie;
: 7$ cents Edging for .1 Dents a yard.
Best quality mado at fi cents a vard (MO pieces 7-S Cambric at 4 cents a yard.
500 Pieces Shirting Prints at -uiils.
SOO Pieces Shirtinir, damaged on-the edg?*. at 0 cents a yard.
10,000 FRFXCH SPOOL COTTOV, 500 yards each, nt 3 cents a spool.
Monday, April iib, Wc Placed Before the Public,
j 1,000 Der?. Laundrled and Unlaundricd Pocket Hankerchiefs, nt 50 per ct. off denn.
I 1,000 Dozen Unlaundried II. S. Handkerchiefs at 15 cents. '"
! 2,000 Dozen Lanndried Handkerchiefs at 5 cents, worth 15 cents.
. ."lOO D.ieen Cents' Lanndried Handkerchiefs at 10 cents, worth 35 cents.
27,000 Yards Real Torchon Lace at ??- eonLs a yard,
i 30,000 . " Yennil lion Lace at '?\ cents a yard.
HARRIS BROS , the Glove Men of ?lew York,
Unloaded this year at an average of 58 cents on tho dollar.
We can oder 1130 Lace Top Cleves at 15, 20 and 25 cents a pair,
1200 English Lvle Lace Top at ;l? and 50c SI 12-lnch Silk Mit for 40 cts
gi 50 15-inch Silk Mit for 75 and F3 cents.
.Yo Obrreet Idea Can be Formed of thc Sweeping Reductions Otis Swoon.
200 Pieces Imported Curtain Lace at 10. 15 and 25 cenia a yard.
100 Pairs of Spanish Curtains at ?1 to ?15 a pair.
Broad & Ellis Sta
Again offer to their oki cuatonw* omi the public generally who want reliable and
)rm FERTILIZERS their WHII known brands pf SUPERPHOSPHATES,
Patapsco Guano, Lowe's Georgia Formula,
Grange Mixture, Mastodon Guano,
And their Superior Make of ACID PHOSPHATE, for COMPOSTING, analyzing
! 13.00 to 14 per cent, available Phosphoric Acid, and over 2 per cent, of Potash. Also,
SULPHURIC ACID, from their chambers, nt iow<r figures than it can be laid down
; if bought out of the Slate. It is the parp?se of the Company to continue as it began,
i and the assurance is given that no article will be manufactured or sold by them which
! cannot stand any reasonable test which mn'v be properly applied.
The large and rapidly increasing number of its patron? afford (he best evidence
i of what has been dom', and which may reasonably be expected from thia HOME
I manufacture, whose products am used in the States ol Georgia, .South Carolina, Ala
j bama, and elsewhere. ?
The Works of the Company, localed al Augusta; 0*1, are at all times open to the
'. inPDection of the Planters and Palmera of'Georgia and the adjoining Staten, and our
! Superintendent and Chemist, Mr. C. Ii. F LOWE, will take pleasure in exhibiting
the Works and ils products. For sale by our Agent?, who may bo found in the prir.
' cipal Towns and Villages of Oeorgin and South Carolina, or by
M. A. STOVALL,
TREASURER AST) li US IS ESS MANAGER, AUGUSTA, GA.
j ter J. P. ROPEK, A^t.? Trenton, S. C. ? [3mP
! Pendleton's Book Store,
804 BROAD STREET,
(Next to E. R. Schneider's,)
Keeps Constantly on band a full line of
Books and Stationery,
? Consisting in part of Standard an-1 Miscellaneous Books, Noyela, Tales,
i and Beligioua, Bibles, Testaments, Hymn Books, (of di fi?rent denomina
! tiona) Sunday School Books and requisites,
! Blank Books all kinds, Note, Letter, Fools-Cap, Bill and Legal Cap Paper,
j OFFICE and FANCY STATIONERY, Picture Frames, Dolls and Toys,
I Photograph and Autograpb Albums, Pictures, &c, &c.
Books and small packages of Stationery pent by mail, Free of Postage,
; on receipt of money for same.
; A, F. PENDLETON,
I Oct 5,-tf 44 804 BROAD ST.. AUGUSTA, GA.
SEEDS THAT SURPRISE
Cum ton Baptist High School
THE FARMERS' "BONANZA." j Jfa. Re?. IL A. W hitman, A. M?
Mnxlxe, n ?ow vrgt'UMi! nom S. A.. illflerins _it nUMI^
frnm niiytblin; rviT umwti li.r.\ dfllolous mw or i ^SSWS: Piinrinn!
n?fci-il. Swl ?fin hy titr*it ?fteti. it |?;i|HT. hoya HHX? V ? ?.>
j namoi Jiiniiu. Iisir I?. K:I li iirpiii.srtirt by rliPin- i w?y
I i.?a> io tx? ilic rteliwt huniHu rood known. Eh? oss?r Rev. Hutrb F. Oliver havina
&ttn.M% : *alpn?\t to become pastor nt Tuskegee,
ever iirwn in U. H. firm. IIHIIO-H. crian and Ala., the gentleman before named a
TO??P ?su? grad?alo of the University of Georgia.
Muskmelon. Umeil Known. 2 ma fret lonr-Ouo : and ol tho Southern Baptist Theological
? uuality.carty an] ur..!iii<\ is ct? ?? \yn> r. <[rlhnax . Seminarr, ha < boen chosen as hin snc
TotiiaiO. MC?MMI flw-nri parir, nroi '??. MUld-cn- .."?.<.,,.. upi,T! mwina ".. .
. cqiiuiciiiitp-ervr.Mv. ?p?s*r. White Earp- cessoi. scnooi opens February Ist, 1881.
timi Corn .from iii" NH" . yMtU Immensely . tr . QHAW
In HIP south whirr* ifhrrrarn foll*. I'ncinulia . ,', ', J?*"i
for uM<t or stock. Vi ?<? iwper.'T? ct?, a wmnd. untlr. Ii >ard Trustee?.
l^into.oimptantlV^lsacnwtwAdarK lOlolze. .Tan. 17, lbSL. >P7
h!nh. Mott*, n )m\?'r. Cut ofuro cm I in I In. lone, ** .
Uln.bnm:! H?Strtllhrln*fti'wi*o,si?rti??,l5ci* ? -.-.
itpnpT. Allib*otmv**iiilurfi.3?r?iclilor|3. ^IV^FI? kl.V. SODA H'lTFK AT
! it. riT. n .M Hon. W. L Cnibotin, Mayor ot F.tjual to the Imported.
I AL1 MX . x r
i Mfm?niotaved and?ov Snlo r.t
CLI\T0S'S BOTTLING WORKS
ENLARGE AND DEVELOP THE FORM. npoad Kt AuM1". ra
If shrunk wholly or Iii pnn from nature or ?Hs- . 13,8 Broad St*? AugnaU, Ga.
?asp. Advice free. Doscribo pam- nuil ?ond stamp
to P. Di L. Co., Atlautn,Ua. No humbug. IT'
est rcl'erecce. Corrc8i?jndenoe con?dentlal.
1ST Orders Ailed promptly and ship
ped by Express. P4ar? 10-Sni
Cltaage of ScUJulee
CUAKLOTTE, COLL M KI \ )
<fc AUGUSTA li. lt., ' j?
GBXEIIAI. PASSKXOKU DKPARTMJ?NT. J
COLUMBIA, S. C., .Tan. W; !881:: -
ON and after Sunday, Jan. 16,' 1881,
tho following Scledulo will be op
erated by this Com pa <y :
No 42, SOUTH, DAY PASSKXOKR.
Connect at W. C. <? A. Junction with
South Carolina train for Charleston, ex
Leave Charlotte.2 OT ,j> ni
Arrive at Columbia.......:..;il 15 ph)
Leave Columbia.ll 22 p in
Arrive at Augusta, .122&<p.!m
NO4VNORTH, DAV PAKSKKOER.
Arrive at Columbia.10 03 a ja
Leave Columbia.10 20 a m
Arrive at Charlotte... 3'25'pm
No 47^ NORTH, S^QHT EXPRESS^
Leave Augusta,. 4 40 p m
Arrive at Columbia,."...... 0 22 p m
No 48, SOUTH.
Leave Columbia,..... 8 00am
Arrive at Augusta, .J,. 12 50 p in
For reservation of Sleeping Car, Berths,
Time Tables, or other in lor mat lou, applv
to W. A. GI3BES, Ticket Agent, Union
A. POPE, General Paasengier Agent.
G.-B-rTALCOTT. Sup'L .
The Willianistoo Female
IT is conducted oh what is called the
"ONE-STUDY" PLAN, with aSemi
Annual otuse of stndjyand. by a sys
tem of TniMonal I'remiunis.Jts low rate?
are made stilt lower for all who average
35 per cent. No Public 'Exercises; Nn
"Receptions.'' Graduation, which IK al
ways private. ma^oeeiM* -eight tiiiua a
vear. For full iuloruwtioii: Vr?u?irfln
Illustrated TataloRue. Add rcs!,. '<4?*
Itev.S. LAXDRR. Fret.'L,
Nov. 2, '$<) -ly] Williamson, H. G.
ELE?AWT JEWELRY CHEAP.
To Inun-lm-?* ?;ji ii.-.?.?>:y'.-t ?\oB ?iifl-.i.-n.-?- truda?-'.
tve muk?' th* folio-.* injr t;n(i.iraU?-?w? om-rs for*"
ibiTtt Hine: '-'I li'- H.-rj;n ! irJISiX c-oliluitis Coli! r
plnfeA ivait-li chain, .-.c..?- iWUpti l in. 1-tilvTiHe
shut, set Jewelry, .--e.i h.-^t'eufi i?c.;ipr.*.i-<iril peck-.
l.t^'.s^ 'irasStii'M-JiIi.^iH j.l.-at- )>.??.I ritiif. rollar -
button. k?-y ?Nv, ??>.-i;.>' i.-o\-, fi.-.ltaJloii ?Ilk
baitdkensnlirA is-o. |H!n<j|li?tiJu?ij rnv?iop'<3i auii .
Tittling cnr-N. AU tiltfi? bt:tU*-<] :o von sor 35c.in
stamp?: 4 packe;* 'i*>r ?l.i>i. Tli>? lot cur,-oe rp
t:tile<>at from f : toy. Ol.
Tte lloyainiskei comalr.siwsiip^r.iaineUivat
rtns. ?Murin: cora! l.roiieh ?=.; in tox. Dtncy neck
lace, eural slrn-v.- bttiuirta, enscftV??! ?uld plate
bracelet*. roni?v>irf |i|n,aol'? pU?M linly vsrt.gAld
plate sleeve itu ton-, li??ivA-roVilp>:a^siii<l?,lov*iv
cameoHearf pln.^ennirtu'l'ur?isLjji <:i;:tLo:trl stud, .
Malt^ir' ?.?!?.?>-* wini I?. ttfftitjonil ?j?nior, beautiful
Jet sie . .' h moil', |i!piml .collar hulton, plated-?
U~% watch ?.ml?, plain gold plaie r! ng.. nobby
uum-o rinn. M;il?><f!.e-if.rlng!4 wirbM?. ?lainoiul '
settings, gents' fnll comb. aini?thy? sy!, lady's
full plated im willi \i hiu? sto:i.> Hi'inii?K. Jr-1. and
cameo scarf pin. wi*. uold p'.iji t jUt-ove burtons..
Tue who!.- of (his i:in-j:iiif?<viiC coll?e'ion'sent''
setnir* by-mtril for JL*jTt>rr?l.',u.-i rorftT." This lo:
can bi? retnilod easily :?i from fi to fl?.. Atlttren,
X. V. JEWELRY l l?.. Atlanta;-?.*. -
Tan ATLANTA Ut. iBKsnvs: " This company te
perfeMyreliahle, a'n.l lliF amount tliov give for
your money is astounding." . .
?- SED for Babbitt Metal- for Gm
Heads Mill Pipes, i ?fcc., for ?8?0
it thia office. .. . . *1
Nov. 10-tf 50 . ; . ;
EN consequence of oar removal in Iho
Spring, we offer our iarge stock of
. ; ANO ALL KlXOffOP
u N\ ?\ "X ?iy%'?'\- .'. i*. We
have un. baud
STEINWAY & SON?,
J. & C. FISHER. BILLINGS & CO.
?MITII AMERICAN RIANOS.
. ESTEV k CO.. L?RIXli k BLUE,
r'ILCOX and WHITE, SMITH AMERICAN.
744 Broad St., ?
VXD Eli MASONIC ITAJ.L.
Augusta, Ga., Jan. 25,1881. QhiiS -
GET THE BEST.
If yon intend some day to eel
"DO IT NOW."
THE NEW EDITION
Contains OTer 118,000 Words,
1928 Pages. 3000 Engravings,
Four Page? Colored Plates,
4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,
of over 9700 Names.
GET THE STANDARD.
NEW EDITION contains a Supplement of
o vi : 4600 words .and meanint/:-.. -
lach now word in Supplement lins been se
lected find .iofinctl with great-care.
>it!i Biographical Uictinnnrv, now added, ct
cr 9700 ?antH ?>f -Noted Powoh*.
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li-li I?aii?nin?e ever pnlilished.
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'^llttitrntlons 3000, f'nn' dirvc UU.K-S ?..I
many ?? in any other Dictionary.
ho Dictionary reeommendeil hy .State Snp'la
. of 38 Sfato-, and 50 '-^Hf PlCsldeiils.
?n tiio PuWio i5.-h.ToN. rf il..' r. ?. :?,0i:t
i 32.000 linv,x N.'i' 11 plnefd. ?
knlv Knelish iWetionary eonMupi?R ? ?>n
ftniphienl Di. ilonan-.-thN givi-sthe
.:mie with r?roiuini ?ation..N:itii>n. PrC'l'ej;?>i?io
and Duh) of over 9700. F*^0"*:
PnhlishcdhyC. AC.MEftR?AI?, Ppiln?cheid, MM?.
WEBSTER'S NATIONAL PICTORIAL DICTIONA??.
' 1040 Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings.
Will be cuil?.l rm ??all .^tl?rint<. tn.l to cn?tt?mm wftborii
.firring lt. ll .-.nul?? tir? WlWtJ [>lM?%0"" ttieTBvlo??,
?b?ii; ?.W t?jr*. ?nj Tull tt^fffthm, .Thm ?nd rilrrriloai i.>r
j'.Mii-.c lit? T?r>li^ ri Vr?urilii ?n.l I'lnw.rSx<l>.Placl..
RuKf, ile. lov.lu.ble t.. all. .V'.i.V.. urnwn -iv?I i.
:n.l mar. ic lu Mc fur planting la the'#.?fl than tho* grown
:n a warmer climate. We mah. a tpeviallv of nuplTli. "
Plan'^r?, TrucVni?n aoi! Market nanlen.ri. XuUlms
D. H. FERRY A CO., Detroit. Mich.
Take Penn's Bit
ters for the Liver
or any Disease of
the Stomach. If
j on are not Real*
ly Relieved, your
Jone 2, 1880.-tf 2d.