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Jas. T. Bacon. Thos.J.Adams.
E. KEESE, Corresponding Editor.
Edgefield, P C., April 21, 1881.
A Great Railroad Combiuation Preg
nant with Prosperity to Charleston,
Savannah ana Bellefield,
Within the past ten days a great and
comparatively unexpected railroad com
bination has been effected-a combina
tion that bos surprised all ol" South Caro
lina and Georgia, and that will have a
marked and* immediate influence upon
the business centres of both States, par.
tteularly Charleston und Savannah. A
number of prominent railroad men and
wealthy capitalists who virtually own
the South Ca:olina Railroad, hi?y-> leased
the Georgia Railroad, with ?di its connec
tions, for ninety-nine years. - And as
these*uune men hayo a controlling in
terest in tho Georgia Central, tho South
Carolina, Hie Georgia Road and the Geor
gia Central now form a grand combina
tion .for mutual benefit. The Georgia
Central runs from Savannah to Augusta
The Georgia Road runs from Augusta to
Atlanta, where it connects with the West
ern and Atlantic, which, runs from At
lanta to Chattanooga. And atChuttanoo
ga the last named Road meets the Louis
ville and Nashville Road and the Cincin
nati Southern. From Charleston to Lou
isville 01 Cincinnati! From Savannah
to Louisville or Cincinnati! More thpn
two thousand miles, under one tremen
dous combination !
The principal parties who have a con
trolling ihteresl*3n tho 35nth GonrtUim
andGeorgia Central Roads, and who have
effected Ods combination,-ars Wm. M
Wadley, 'originally a Philadelphia man,
now President of the Georgia Central
John H. Fisher, a New York man, Re
eelyer of the South Carolina Road ; am'
Moses Taylor and Samuel Sloan, twe
wealthy Northern capitalists. The bene
lits accruing to Charleston and Savanna!
can hardly be overestimated; while
whether it will be to the advantage o:
disadvantage of Augusta is a questior
upon which there is great difference o
As regards Edgefield in this importan
crisis, we have but little doubt that th(
new combination will inure to her bene
lit. Charleston now being one of th(
grand termini, it is but natural to sup
pose that these wealthy aud long-headec
men will eagerly op&n up to her every
feeder possible. And a very valuable
feeder would-Edgefield-with her rici
back country-be. Therefore let us hopi
that in the coming fal), when tho Edge
field, Trenton and Aiken Road shall be
graded from end to end, the South Caro
lina Road will adopt it, iron it and run
it. And in iuturo push it on westward
- and northward, to compete with thegreal
rival company-the Richmond and Dan
ville, tho object of whose ambition ii
New Orleans at one end and Norfolk al
Postponement of the Election Cases
The trial of all the criminal cases in tl ?
United States Court at Charleston wen
postponed week before last, un ti
next year, except case3 which may b>
taken up at Columbia or Greenville foi
the convenience ot witnesses and partie.
by. consent. This continuance r?sult?e
from the lack of a United States Marsha,
for thi3 State, which is due to the dead
lock in the United States Senate. Thi?
deadlock, therefore, has given to the p?o
pie of the State the advantage of a post
ponement of the political prosecntioi s
jrhich wjll resuMin the abandonment o
ver}' many of tire cases, and in that wa;,
alford relief to vast numbers of our citi
zens, who would by immediate trial bavt
been at the disadvantage of a trial ii
which the political passions of the lat*
election would have played an importan!
part. As it is, the mollifying influence.'
of twelve months' time will doubtless tak?
away much of tbe partisan bitterness o
the present, and give to the defendant
the advantages of a fairer trial. To tbii
extent, at least, the Senatorial contest has
proven beneficial to the people of Soul!
A Good Appointment.
The appointment ol' Hen. Sarn'l. W
Melton as U. S. District Attorney look:
more like reconciliation than anything
done by ? Republican President in 2(
years. Judge Melton is perhaps the ven
best selection that could have been mad?
by President Garfield, and the people o
South Carolina will recognize iL as such
Detone <fc Hickok, Jas. A. Gray's
In the marble .' Trade Palace" of th<
late Janies A. Gray, in Augusta, now
reign Delano A Hickok as dry good.'
king.1!-Delano whom everybody know:
a id loves-and Hickok, a younger man
but equally worthy of al! confidenceane
consieleratlou. And once within thi
mammoth establishment, perhaps th<
handsomest dry goods emporium soull
of New York, yon find elaborate depart
ments for each* anel every style ofmer
chandise. Suppose you go in with 3*0111
wife. Almost immediately your pocke
book begs to be handed to her. You an
dazed, aud 3-011 hand it, and Delano
Hickok's polite clerks have a lively time
The array of superb things.is supremely
bewildering-Silks, Salins, Velvets, Rea
Laces, Undergarments of Every Style
Ready-Mario Snits of Every Fashion
But you need not trouble yourself abou
these things. Mrs. Yourself will relitv<
you of the job. She invests in dry goods
silks, muslins, lawns, fans, gloves, para
sols, laces, collars, cull's, ribbons, robes
wrappers, fichus, while you look on i:
amazement anel wonder whether sh<
means to buy ont the whole establish
ment. Von frown a little and sbakeyoui
head. She smiles immensely and pant:
l>ewitchingly. The queen wins and 3-01
lose, but a battery of smiles repays yoi
for your spring generosity, anel your wi f<
is happy; you are happ}' ; Delano is hap
Ey, and* Hickok's heart'is gladsome. Bu
efore all this, reaci what Delano A Hick
ok say In our business columns. Reac
every word of it. It is as interesting a.?
one of Miss Braddon'* novo's.
"Johnnie Land rum's Store."
It is quite funny to bo in Augusta v. itl
a ring of Edgefield people, and beni
them speak of "Johnnie L.andrnm'?
Store." A bystander would not imagine
that this pet phrase meant the large ane
enterprising firm of Landrum, Both
well A Co. dealers in Boots, Shoes ant
Hats. But for Edgefield people it is suf
fieient that Jobnnio is there, and tba
they are doing their duty by him. And
particularly convenient for them is ii
that Jobnnio has set up in such a cou VG
nient place-scarcely two doors from
where they junpoll the cars. Always
to Landrum, Bothwell A Co. then toi
your Boots, Shoes and Hats. And dc.
not overlook their new card In our pres
Col. Bacon's Mennmeut.
Mr. P. Reynolds, of Augusta, is a
worthy man. of the many engaged in
making and selling tombstones sud
monument?, there are none whose wore*,
taste and workmanship may bo more
entirely depended on than Mr. Rey
nolds's. Tbs weeks Adve.tscr con
tains a carel concerr.ing Mt. Reynolds's
Marble Works in Augusta. And as a
sample of his artistic designs and execu
tion, we have simply to point our read
ers to the superbly beautiful monummt
of the late Col. Thoa. G Bacon in our
Castings in Iron and Brass.
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Cane Mills,
Plantation Machinery, Ac, Ac, dec. See
the card of Geo. R. iombard A. Co., 0/
Augusta, in another column. Messrs.
Lombarel A Co., offer superior induce
ments to buyers of machinery. They
havo the largest factory in the.South and
ship extensively to Europe and South
ED6EF?ELD C. H., S. C.
MISS MEDORA COVAR has .open
ed a complete line of
to which the attention of-the ladies is di
rected. Ber stock consists cf BOXNETS,
HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RIBBONS,
IJAOES, and everything usually kept in a
first class Millinery Store.
She guarantees satisfaction. Call
and examino goods and prices.
STRAYED froinfljie Hom'a-h;reek.
IO plantation of O en. M W. Gary, a
fo?i days since, ene Mouse Colored Mule,'
with dark stripe on shoulders aud a light
colored r.ds?. Said .Niule is about live;
I yearsfold. Any information leading i?i
j recovery of sam': v. ill "grear-v .?! Iig?* lin
j u? d rwgnod. \v. T GAI:Y.
April 20, ISSI.-?20
\ LL p.-rs ?ns are ' turbid.bu, fiiidvi
1 JL penalty m thu law, lr m. hiring une
colored .boy, about seventeen years old,
by the name of Carter Chin, as the said
boy is hired to the undersigned for the
ve?r ISSI. W. L. MCDANIEL.
IWILL give $10 reward for the appre
hension . of tho party (with proof to
convict) who attempted on Sunday night.
April 17th, to burn my stock fence. And
would also warn all parties against fish
ing in my pond after this date.
JOHN H. HOLLINGSWORTH.
April 18, ISSI.-2t20
Notice of Discharge.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
apply to tho Judge , of Probato for
E'Jgefie'd county, for a Discharge ac
iiifardian.of Sarah C. Riley, im the 21 si
S. J. RT LEY, Guardian.
State of South Carolina
In Probate Court.
BY L. P. COVAR, Esquire, Judge ol
Whereas, Thomas E. Minor hath made
suit to mo to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration, ot tho Estate and effects of
Lewis Minor, deceased,
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and cred
itors of the said Lewis Minor, deceased,
that they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Edgelield
C. H., on the 7th day of May next, af
ter publication hereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said administration should
not bo granted.
f?iren under my Hand this 20th dav ot
April, A. D. ISSI.
L. P. COVAR, J. P. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIMA,
Court of Common riens.
John S. Fairl??v & Co., Plaintiffs, wi. A.
P. Padgett, W. B. Padgett, The Louis
ville City National Bank and Joseph
Morgan, Assignee of Mayer & Mayer,
VTOTICE is hereby given that, by vir
.Lx tue of the decretal order of Judge
\. P. Aldrich in this case, dated Mar.
t9, ISSI, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the first Monday in May next, the
estate and interest of the Defendant, A.
P. Padgett, in all that tract of land in the
County and State aforesaid, deeded bv
Winfred Padgett to A. P. Padgett and
W. B. Padgett, on Cloud's Creek, in said
County, and containing two hundred
icres, more or less, bounded North bj*
lands of-George Bell aud Lily Smith,
West by lauds of M. Padgett ?nd J. R.
Watson, East by lands of Wm. Ca'
Francis Padgett and South by lands o.
Terms cash. Titles extra
. S. S. TOMPKINS, Master.
Apr. 0, 1331. 'HIS
Mrs. Corrie Brimson, Plaintiff, t>*. Mrs.
Kate W. Cheatham, as Administratrix
and heir at law, Bracie Cheatham and
others. Defendants -Foreclosure.
N'OTICE is hereby giveu that by vir
tue of a decretal order of the Hon.
Judge A. P Aldrich herein, dated Mar.
24, ISSI, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the first Monday in May next:
One undivided half interest in the Store
House and Lot, situated in the town o;
Edgefield and known as the Sullivan
Store, containing two Store rooms, oue
now occupied by W. N. Buruett and one
West by Maybin Griffin.
Terms of sale: The costs and oue-hall
the purchase money ic cash : tho balance
on a credit of twelve months, with inter
est from the day of sale, secured by bond
of the purchaser with a mortgage of the
Titles and Mortgage extra.
S. S. TOMPKINS, Master.
Apr 0, ISSI. 4tl8
J. L. Addison, Plaintiff, vs. D. W. Har
'VTOTICE is hereby given that, by vir
Xx tuo of the decretal order of tho Hon.
Judge A. P. Aldrich herein, dated Mar.
19, ISSI, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the first Monday in May next,
All that tract, or parcel of land, situate,
lying and being in the County and State
aforesaid, and containing one hundred
acres, moro or loss, and bounded bylands
cf Charles Duncan, ?rinick Whittle, Hen
ry Miller and Mrs. Fanny Crouch.
Terms Cash. Titles extra.
S. S. TOMPKINS, Master.
Apr. 0, ISSI. -HIS
W. H. Palmer aud Mary Palmer, his
wife, Plaintiffs, rs. Lucinda Burton,
"VT/OTICE is hereby given that by vir
JA tue of a decretal order of the Hon.
Judge A. P. Aldrich herein, dated Mar.
ISSI, 1 will sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the first Monday in May next,
All that tract or parcel of land known
as the "Burton homestead tract," adjoin
ing lands of Mrs. John Iluiet, Bennet
Holland, Mrs. Pickens and others.
Terms cash. Titlosextra.
S S. TOMPKINS. Mastor.
Apr. 0. ISSI._ 4tl8
State of South Carolina,
William M. Landrnm, Ad'or., rs. Fran
ces C. Lnndrum, et al.
tTNDER and bv virtue of an ordei ol
j the Hon Judge T. B. Fraser, dated
Oct. 23, 1SS0, notica is hereby given to all
the creditors of the late Geo. W. Lan
drum, deceased, who were not paid ont
of the proceeds of the sales of tho estate
of the said Geo. W. Landrum, theretofore
made, to present and prove their claims
before me on or before the tenth day ot
May next, or else they will be debarred
the benefit of any decree to be pronounc
S. S. TOMPKINS, Master.
Edgefield, S. C., Apr. ii, "SI. ?HIS
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Pain.intrioIIoiid.with a dull sensatibnTin
the back part. Pain under the shoulder
blade, ftiliriens af't>r eating.wifiB ? disin
clination to exertion oH body or grind,
Irritability o f t e ni p e r, I. ? \y s p i rita. Losa
of memory, with a feeHnj? of naving neg
lected some duty, weariness, Biszineas^
Fluttering of tho il ea rt, Dots before" tho
eyes. fellow Skin, ? eadaohe. Beetle-?
hess ot night,"highly colored"Uri?e.
H* THESE WAENBVGS AKE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS a < o ?specially adapted lo
such ca?M.ouedoM e?f?Cta suchnchaiige
ut feeling as to a.->ti>nbh th? sufferer.
They In?*r?Mi?e Hi?* Appetite, mid er.uso tb?
ly.ni v to Take on Flx-ab, thus the system ls
no?rl>he?].?tit<l hy tlielrTonfcAriionon the
DlffeativeOrcan'i. Remitir Ktoota m c pro
?iireil. ITlce g cents. :t5 .Hurray Wt.. BfcT.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
OKAY ITAIB or WHISK r.ns changed to a 0LOSSY
BLACK by a Bin?le application of this DYE. It
impurt-i ? natural color, acts Instantaneously.
Sold by Druggist?, or sent bj express Oil rrcei|it off!.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
(Dr. TCTTS KIM AL of Tr.lor.ble Infomntlon rn? %
CHM Mttfftt will tt nrOltd tau on ?j>piin.t|??.#
The Leading Merchant Tailor of the South,
..- .... y? ..
- ]rkoU*ah'. and Retail Dealer in
FINE, WOOLEN, READY-MADE CLOTHING.
ING GOODS UMBRELLAS,.
Has nqv3s,. HWBHnH^W|tl.Best Selected, largest ami Most Com
p?ete Stfi.-.k tj^P^HPK^pie Sci?fi-^JU prices herotol'nr* unknown to the people.
J call the^attWWS^^Alorehant Tailors and Merchants buying at Wholesale, to my
Immense stock of FIN K WOOLEN, (Suits' Furnishing ? \>*??\H and Hat*, which 1
am offering at prices as l>w as any wholesale house North; The very li?-est goods
.. I'v?ys on li.-ind, wlii.-h 1 :!in rcail.y aini ni U' tn m.d;u up in th" latent mid mo t
rishii.inl? e sty lei. "u i riva! fed in ? I. ? nur wH ri nish ?ml perfection of lit, ami a>
1 Kv as any goods cl' ?ike cliAnieter MMH in this conni rv-.
UNIFORMS OF A L.I, KINDS, A SPECIALTY.
T Parties while in Augusta bli mid aili and have their measures taken, wheth
e.- ordering or not, to save trouble in future. Will always send samples.
April 21, 'Si.-.T 20]
TIS Broad St , Augusta, Gn.
DALY & ARMSTRONG
?3R0AD ST., Op. thc Monument, AUGUSTA, GA.
?HE readers of the "ADVERTISER" are respectfully informed that w
have now on hand, for the SPRING and SUMMER TRADE, the FINEST
and BEST SELECTED Stock o? DRY GOODS, ever brought
Without going into details, every Department! wi li bel
with ELEGANT, HANDSOME aud USEFUL GOODS.
We have not merely provided liberally for those who desire
abreast of the times in regard to Fashion-we have also a complete FSS?
ment of SUBSTANTIAL GOODS, suitable for PLANTERS and FA A
Prices guaranteed against eve>y market; and Fair Dealing and Satis
faction insured to all who favor us with their patronage.
DALY & ARMSTRONG,
Broad St., Opposite thc Monument.
Landrail), Bothwell 4 Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS
Satchels, Umbrellas, etc,
603 Broad Street,
THANKING our Edgefield frrefcds for past favors, we will endeavor to
leave nothing undone to merit their continued patronage. We guarantee
our PRICES TO BE AS LOW as any House in the City, for the same class
of Goods. Call and see for yourselves.
Full Lisie o?* Mackinaw and oilier Straw ISats.
LANDRUM, BOTHWELL & Co.,
Apr. 21, 'SI.-3m20] 2d Door Above Railroad Crossing,.
ND Engines and Boilers, Cotton Screws, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Journal
Boxes, Mill Gearing, Gudgeon's Turbine Water Wheels, Gin Gearing, Jud
son's Governors, Disston's Circular Saws and Glimmers and Files, Belting, Babbit
Metal, Brass Fitting Globe, Check Valves and Whistles, Gauges, etc fr4-rftn_jind
Brass Castings, Gin Ribs and Injectors, from
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO.,^
Forest City Foundry nn?l Machine Work*.
Xearthe Water Tower, 1,014 lo 1,02G Fenwick Street, A UffUSTA, <)A
REPA!RING promptly done at lowest prices. We cast overx d'
aud Brass", having greatly increased our capacity with latest irirprnvR
are running full lime with 80 hands, which enables ns to fill orders
lowest prices. Give us a trial before sending off. [Apr
Cor. Telfair and Campbell Ste., ONE SQUARE from UNION DEPOT.
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TOMBS, and MABBLE WOBK of all kinds,
furnished at shortest notice, and at prices lower than ever heard of in this
city. All work for the cojntry Carchi, ly Boxed and Delivered al Di pot
WI11?0 VT EXTRA CHARGE. When necessary, I will go and put
up the work. Satisfaction Guaranteed, -?a 20al
BEAUTIFUL HATS & BONNETS!
St., Alig?ela, Wa.
At this old Establishment the ISa ?es can procure NEW and BEAUTI
FUL HATS, BONNETS, etc., at Low Prices.
IST The largest Stock in the city. [Apr. 21-Om
Were Dr j Goods So
For Low Prices
And GOOD GOODS, it will pay lo visit the Great Leaders in FAIR DEALING.
The Fredericksburg Store is Now Full and Overflowing
From the first to the third floor, with a most choice stock of SPRING and SUM
MER GOODS, and at the LOWEST PRICES in the city. We name new SPRTNG
SILKS, for Dresses and Trimmings, from :10c to $1 25. BLACK SILKS from 37Jc
to tho best DRESS GOODS in every grade and style, from So to the newest and
most handsome. PRETTY CALICOES at'll. nandoo. Yard wide and hand
some printed MUSLI?8 from t?rc to tho most elegant French printed organdies.
BLACK GOODS in all the new fabrics, in the greatest profusion, and at the lo
est possible prices.
H AMBURG EDGINGS from lc poi yard to the most elaborate. Handsome La
ces Ties Rucbings, Ribbons, etc. HANDSOME FANS from lr; each lo the most
beautiful PARASOLS from tho lowest to tho most elegant. ? . 3
Our HOSIERY" STOCK is a wonder of cheapness and beauty. KID GLOVES!
and LACE MITS all shades and qualities. CORSETS everv prie?, tho best for r.O,
75c and ?1 ever sold at tho prices. We have some new stylos made with a view l?
health and comfort, to which we call especial attention. Cloths, Cassi meres. nuT
Tweeds, 25 per cent under last season's prices. Li neu Drills and White Ducking
if>We are^tbe mVly6 Agents In Augusta for the KINO SHIRT, tb? best ready made
Shiit ever offered to the public. Full stocks ol' genuine brands of lansdale, Wam
sutta and Fruit of the Loom Bleached Cottons, nt factory prices. Linen Table Dam
ask, Towels, Napkins and Linen Sheetings, lower than ever known. Our stock is
tho most complete in tho city.
Wo avoid TRASH and goods made lor Auction Sales, \\ e will send samples up
on application, and on packages of Goods ordered from our Retail Departments lo
the am't. of $20 we will pay the Express freight to the customer's nearest Express
CALL and SEE US. Polite attention to all, whether you wish to parchase or not.
V. RICHARDS & BRO.,
CORNER I5? PLANTERS HOTEL.
MAN, YOUTH, or BOY WANTS, in
SPRING CLOTHING- & HATS,
CookiMM<i Hat Store
711 BROM)STREEV, AUGUSTA, GA.
Largest Stock in the City, Embracing
BLUE FLANNEL and YACHT CLOTH SUITS, warranted not to fade.
FANCY CA SSI M ERE SUITS, in the latest shades and styles.
BLACK CLOTH and WORSTED SUITS, for dress.
LINENS. ALPACAS, SEERSUCKERS. MOHATRA, Ac.
FELT and STRAW HATS, for Men and Boys.
SHIRTS. NECKWEAR; UNDERWEAR, etc.
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, UMBRELLAS, &c.
$&- A ll (feral at the Lowest Fi ?res. LA ROE WHO LESA LE LINE
which Merchants will do well lo sec.
A. W. BLANCHARD,
April 5, 1881 -18in3] For J- ?- ludlow ?ft Co.
Successors to JAMES A.. GRA Y,
f 630 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
!be Choicest mi Most 'Complete Assortment of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Ever Brought to the City.
They have determined to sell the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY of
ANY HOUSE in the City. And after EARNING the r?putation, they intend to sus
tain it, in EVERY RESPECT, hy holding io thai principle.
GOOD GOODS, at LOW PRICES, will make GOOD FRIENDS with kind
ly faces. Our Senior has had twenty-five years experience in this market, and with a
thorough knowledge of the wants of the people, unlimited means, courteous attention,
<i guarantee, unhesitatingly, satisfaction to all, and yield to NONE the palm of sell
ts CHEAP as WE DO; for the VALUE must always lie in the MERIT of the
N?- Our Goods were purchased when the iVew York Market was dull, owing to the
immense freeze in the Great West, and thousands of Bargains were gained in this
way, which we propose to give our customers the benefit of
The LADIES of AUGUSTA INVARIABLY pronounce our selections not
onlv the HANDSOMEST in tho City, but the CHEAPEST.
ALL OF OUR DEPAR
TS ARE COMPLETE.
Wc have n Full Linc of all kinds DOMESTIC GOODS, SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, SEA ISLAND, TICKING, JEANS,
DRILLS, CHECKS. STRIPES, etc., eic.
Our LINEN DEPARTMENT offers n yjtfifity ?f Unheard of Bargains in TABLE DAMASK, LINEN -SHEET
ISG, TOWELS, NAPKINS ?md DO YALIES: - ^BSST
. The LAWN and PRINT DEPARTMENT is foll of Unique and Beautiful designs.
The LACE and HOSIERY DEPARTMENT contains'somc pf the Choicest Goods in that line ever exhibited
ia this or any oilier City.
- Our DRESS GOODS :D3SS:^J&L3FL1OE*X?O3E?3W,,3P causes th?
Lidies lo opon their eyes with DELIGHT as well as ASTONISHMENT, for the wondrously Low Prices we have marked our
Goods at in this Department, puts il in thc power of ALL to lin ve something- Choice und Handsome at a VERY MODERATE
figure. A NICE DRESS at 0 14, IO, 12 1-2, lp and 2a cents-Goods that have brought twice, and sometimes three times as
much, in this market, in the last twelve months.
The SILK, SATIN, VELVET and BROCADE NOVELTIES, that we have on exhibition in that De
parlaient, EXCEEDS ANYTHING in that line EYER OFFERED to the people in this vicinity. No words that could be put
in an advertisement would adequately convey either an impression of its m inn it i ce ncc, or the Very Low Prices we are sell
ing them at. Yon and al) yoimneighbors arc invited to come and look, WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT.
. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, ot every nature and style,-C?SSIM?RES, YACHT CLOTHS, FINE SUITINGS,
?NS, COTTON A DES. LINEN DRILLS and KERSEYS:
The La di
On the second floor, has a Full and Complete lino o? LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
INFANTS' and CHILDREN'S WEAR, LADIES' St ITS, in SILK BUNTING; LAWNS, GINGHAMS, etc.
YOUTH'S and MISSES SUITS. Call for our ALL-SILK SUIT, at $1350.
1, IBON AND
ALL. AND IBT VS.
Successors to Janies A. Gray,
630 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.