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THE ALMOND TREE.
My love was put io the garden,
Under the almond tree,
All in the blush of blossom
That blows for the honey-bee.
1 came up over the daisies,
Before she could turn to see
I caught her hand ard kissed it
Under the almond tree.
She flushed like'a rose in summer
She stepped aside frcm me
"I am young," she said, "and happy,
And I pray you let me be."
'.To be happy," said I, "it neede-.h
That a man and a maid sgree"
And I turned and left her weeping
Under the almond tree.
She made a step through the daisies
She called with a sob to me
She said, "How can 1 be happy
If you are not there to Bte?"
I looked in her eye3 and liogered
Like blossom in M&y blushed she !
I clasped her close, and kissed her
Under the almond tree
Froh Fashion Notes.
Steele passementeries are passe.
Grecian banda for the hair are made
of silver, inlaid With mock gems.
Gigot puffs ate seen upon many
important carriage and dinner dresses
Peaked or poiuted bodices, wilh
gathered scarf panier draperies, will
be much worn.
It takes very little of striped nov
elty goods or plush to renovate w
Moire is as fashionable this Wiutei
as Surah was laac, but Surah is by no
Even when new skirts Kre round
and clinging in effect the draperiet
are extremely bouffant.
Large collars are wem by chil
dren, g.ris in their teeus, young la
dies, matrons, and elderly women.
Heavy ?double box-plaited ruch
ings adorn the bottom of the skirt
of many handsome costnmes.
Shooting jackets ot dark colored
sardinal cloth are worn on the street?
in New York with black skit ts.
Surah moire is the name of a raw
material designed lor dress trimming
and millinery purposes.
Long plain skirts of Velvet will b?
worn with Louis XV coats and tcaif
draperies of light-hued brocade.
Jackets are giving place to lon^
dolmans, Frenen pelisses, circle and
Pompadour of Mother Hubbard
Moire and Surah are lrequentiy
combined in the same suit, with one
er more materials and trimming* be
In Paris dark gray and dark green
will be the popular colors fo; out
door costum?e, and in furs the largest
orders have been for natural beavei
and Kamtchatka seal.
Deep collars, gatbtred in Mothei
Hubbard fashion, are made of black
and cream Surah and trimmed with
black Spani h lace. They are li 0?
e?ough to cover the shoulders.
Cloak clasps made of R man gobi
audjapis lazuli are very "faahionabie
The ?toue is of a4ad.uk blue color
mottled with brown, and it H fr* m
this that the much vaiued j ig m en
called ultramarine is made.
Bright colored stripes and chtckt
are again in ?aver, and those uh'
rush alter every novelty will at on-e
appear in zebra Agarba,*! showing at
many different bu-a asa*the ancient
costume v rn bj Joseph himself.
The eek .icred silks that are us d
as foundations "to walking cesium et
are pulte de soi , cotton-bhckeu satin
Washington!! atletas, the Paris Louvre,
and caeheinire'de'soie. Riiiie is agaif.
The velours frappe appears again n
three varieties, covered with flora!
designs,* with (watered stripe.-g ano
with satin stripe.-; but the two last
have not a happy effect, and they
will only be used sparingly as dies.
NEGROES LEAVING EDGKFTELD -
A number of colored immigrants with
their familiesj|bave been aniving ii
Beaufoit, from Edgefi-dd C ity
*or the past few days, and they art
said to be pioneers of larger mm.
berswho are corni: g to settle np si-me
of the idle and abandoned plantation.,
in this vicinity. Large tracts of lieh
and inexhaustible laud are lying
waste, and in some instaucea are a
dead expense to their impoverished
ownerB, who it seems are not loth to
embrace the opportunity ot having
their broad acres reclaimed and ie
Bottled. They are a sturdy set of la'
lorers, and some of them seem to have
a little money, and some have stock
They represent the section lrom which
they come as dreadfully affected by
adverse seasons and short crops.
News and Courier.
CAUSE AND EFFECT.-The inai?
cause of nervousness is indigestion
and is caused by weakness of the
stomach. No one can have sound
nerves and g od health without using
Hop Bitters to strengthen the stom
ach, purify the blood, and keep the
liver and kidneys active, to carry of!
all the poisonous and waste mattel
of the system.- Advance.
Guiteau's former wife, Mrs. Dun
mire, ia in Washington, and she gives
a shocking account of his cruelty.
She is 32 years of age and very la
dy like in her appearance. She
does not believe much in the insanity
-1 i ipi i-.
Coal Oil or Petroleum may be very
nice for illuminating or lubricating
purposes, but f-urely it is not the
proper thing to cure a cough with.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is looked
upon as the standard Cough remedy
The Atlanta Exposition will close
positively with the year. So all who
desire to visit the great Southern ex
hibit must do so during December.
The Menasha (Wis.) Press says :
A Granger, Esq., of this city, uses
St. Jacobs Oil on his horses with de
cided succesj and profit.
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.
IT is a most agreeable dressing, which
is at once harmless and effectual, for
preserving the hair. It restores, with
the gloss and freshness of youth, faded
or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich
brown, or deep black, as may be desired.
By its use thin hair is thickened, and
baldness often though not always cured.
It checks falling of the hair immedi
ately, and causes a new growth in all
cases where the glands are not decayed ;
?while to brashy, weak, or otherwise
diseased hair, it imparts vitality and
strength, and renders it pliable.
The VIGOR cleanses the scalp, cures
and prevents the formation of dandruff;
and, by its cooling, stimulating, and
soothing properties, it heals most if not
all of the humors and diseases peculiar
to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and
soft, under which conditions diseases
of the scalp and hair are impossible.
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair
The VIGOR is incomparable. It is color
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and
will not soil white cambric. It imparts
an agreeable and lasting perfume, and
as an article for thc toilet it is economi
cal and unsurpassed in its excellence.
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER & CO.,
Practical anti Analytical Chemists,
BOLD OY ?LL DRUGGISTS EVERTWHERS.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AMD
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS Or A
Loaaof appetite.Nauaea.boT7eIs costive,
Pain in theHa ad, with a dSDsen aati qbin
the back part, yain undcrjh? ahonlder
blade, Oiliness after eati?g^ith ajiBinr
clination to exertion o f bod y^rmind,
Irritability of temper, Eow api rit^JLoBS
of memory, wita a feeling of_havip.g_negr
leoted some dnty. weariness."Dizziness.
Flattering of the Heart, D otshefor a th o
eyes. Yellow Bain, H cadachc, Regjless
n'ess at night, highly colored Urine.
LT THESE WASHINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILLSOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'B PILLS are especially tidttpted to
auch caaes,one dose effects suchachauge
of fooling as to astonfsh tho sufferer.
They Increase tlie Appetite, mid cause the
body to Taite on Flesh, thus thu system ls
nourished, and by lb elrToElc Action ou the
DigestiveOrKaun, Btciilnr tttooln are pro
duced. Price ?5 ceuts. 35 Murray St., ?.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
GRAY HAIR or WHISKEUS changed to a GLOSSY
BLACK by a single application of this DYK. lt
Imparts a naturul color, acts Instantaneously.
Bold bj Druggists, or ?eui bj expres-i on receipt of Ji.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
(Dr TCTT8 HAMAL of Vilumble Iniorm.tlon ?nd fe
CeftU KectlpU ?Hl U ulM FREE on .ppllr.llon. J
Neuralgia, rains, '
J Pain in the.Back and Side.
f There ls nothing more painful than these
diseases; but the pain can be removed and
the disease cured hy use of Perry Davis'
Thia remedy ls not a cheap Benzine
or Petroleum product that must be kept
away from fire or heat to avoid danger
of explosion, nor ls it an untried experi
ment that may do more harm than good.
Pain Killer has been tn constant use
for forty years, and the universal testimony
from all parts of the world ls, lt never
fails. It not only effects a permanent cure,
but lt relieves pain almost Instantaneously.
Being a purely vegetable remedy, lt ls safo
In the hands ot the most inexperienced.
The record of cures by the use of PAIN
ETILER would fill volumes. The following
extracts from letters received show what
those who have tried lt think:
Edgar Cady, Owatonna, Minn., says :
About a year since my 'Rife became subject
to severe suffering- from rheumatism. Our
resort was to the PAIN KILLEB, which speedily
Charles Powell writes from the Sailors'
Home, London :
I had been afflicted three years with neuralgia
and violent spasms of the stomach. Tho doctor?
at Westminster Hospital pave up my caao In
despair. I tried your PAIX KILLER, and it gave
mo immediate relief. I have regained my
strength, and am now able to follow my usual
G. E. walworth. Saco, Me., writes:
I experienced Immediate relief from pain la
the side by the use of your PAIN KILLER.
E. York says:
I have used your PAIN KILLEB for rheunaticm.
and have received great benefit.
Barton Seaman says :
Have used PAIN KILLER for thirty years,
and havo found it a nezer-faUimj remedy for
rheumatism and lameness.
Mr. Burdltt writes :
^vJi,nV?ail? to P**8 relief in cases of rheumatism.
Phil. Gilbert, Somerset, Pa., writes :
From actual use, I know your PAIN KILLEB
ls the best medicine I can get
All druggists keep PAL* KILLER. Its price
Is so low that lt ls within the reach of all,
and It will save many times its cost In doctors'
bills. 25c, 50c. and 91.00 a bottle. O
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
The Latest The Best.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
The handsomest and most complete
LARGE ARM MACHINE
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS SENT
Victor Sewing Machine Co.,
?Southern Office. No. 8 N. Charles St, Baltimore, Maj
Tii-i M'urt ?t and Iti-.st 31 cilicine ever Jlade.
AoojpMnatlou of Hops, Buchu, Marv
drakle and Dandelion, with mi mu heat and
most oliiri tlTt |>ropertU? of ull other Hitter*.
niakot\tliet;''eatc< Blood Purifier, Liver
Reg u l\ a tor, U",J 1 "ni1 Uml?i Maatoriaa;
KodJseeMo^k&n posslWj lons e-.bt whare Hop
Hitters mo u?%cu,80 val leii .ml perfect aro their
The7 gire tow ll V? ?i fIgortotfcUfliaai laina.
To all nlio>o e%ml,lOTI"c"lH''u""u IffWtlarl*
ty orthuhowrlsor\?''imii y OirmilH, or wno le
quiioan A|io?tfawrVfoula ??".,,,,w Stimulant,
Ilopltltters uro lwaajV|li>M*< without Intox
No nuiiihi' wiiut umr fo^."0"K^ '"' symptoma
are nliiit tho <liF>ea.s^<)i'nll%iriel,c llopMil
laca, lion't ?ruit until youn^'e Mels '"it if you
only feel Imil or nuaei ahlo.n "HU ttl viii at once
lt may ?ive your life, lt liasB" " v oil hil ml reda.
$500 will he pahl fora cal^e tlu-y nil) not
euro or li-l p. Jio not hurter * oilet j mir friitmia
ittfrer,lmt u?a amt unca thom^tu"su HOP B
Itawainher. Hop Hilter? ls noV?"e, druifirmj
drunken noatrnui. hut the I'uics^^^'1111 lie?t
Medicine arer minie ; the "IJIVll.lDS^^ HJtlK.SD
and UOtV ?nd no pemon or fauiily^lV
lliould he without them. c-pj | ajajajajjA
D.I.C.ls R" absolut? md IrTWlHIMt cur.' I
forhrankaikBrM,u*enf opium, u ioco> andu
narcatlcs. All nil M.v u.u^-l':i. BMlt'jl
?or t'ircuU- Hep Mttar* Mfa. Ca.; Jr
i MODI AND 1WH MIUII? SM!
HISS KELLIE PURCELL
. . -i
Respectfully requests all Edgefielq Ladies
who shall be in Augusta this Fall or Win
ter to visit her Millinery Establishment and
inspect her Matchless assortment-^ Milli
FBENCN BONNETS AH ROUND MAW!
FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHERS RIBBONS
LACES, FANCY JET JE WELRY? &C., &C
IVEW YORK MILLINERY STORE.
GAS, STEAM AND HYDRAULIC
318 JACKSON STREET,
Near Bell Tower, AUGUSTA,GA.
Aixrr) AG-EHXTTS FOB
OTTS "ELEVATORS" OF ALL KINDS.
RUN BY GAS, STEAM OR WATER POWER.
Hydraulic and Steam
Enpines, Wind Mi?ls,
Grain Mills, Feed Cut
ters, Ericsson's New Ca
loric Pumping Engine,
The Nev Otto Silent Gau
Engine. Kider'.' New
Caloric Pumping Engine
Delamater Steam Pump,
Water Karns, injectors.
Ejectors, Sc, Steam
Water aftd Gas Fittings,
Eis tn rea. and Mat? rial
ol' all Descriptions
Hand, Drive Wei!, and
Power Pomps, Hose
Pt pe, &c, for Steam
Water anti Gas, Valve?
O otk*, water Closets
Bath ~?nbs, Urimls
Wash Stands, Rinks
Boilers, (fcc, kept ir
J5j?T* Estimates and Prices for Material, or for Healing, Lighting, or Fitting up o
-Mills. Stores or Residences in City or Count y freely furnished on application, by-Jet
ter or iu person, to i
NO. 318 JACKSON STREET, NEAR HELL TOWER; AUGUSTA, GA.
THAT MUST BE SOLD ?N THE
and innre still arriving bv every train 1 have just arrived from the North am
Rast with the beat SELECTED etock ever ottered in BOOTS, SHOES, il ?.T8 aie
TRUNKS and will sell them at pr id's that iicly competition*
Gents Kip Brogans. 75c, $1 Best $1 26r*
Gent's Kip Boots, $1 75. 2.00 to 2.50.
Gent'*;; Calf Brogans, 75c- $1 fer thc best rn -de
Allatyl?? of ?; nts fine li A MD* M W>E l'< '>TS and ^IfnKs i,u hand. In Lidies
Misse?' ?nd '"hi'dr.-n's I h IVH ?,:? ?>n " ?nH?U ..i uti kinda Ti mu the finest to lin
Laaks :-?hoes, 75:-., SI Us $350.
:;li:ses fr ?rn 50 cen ti: Dp.
Childs ?rom 25e to $1 50.
FIVE IK' OREO eases fur adi'd-sab- ?vbbdi will bes?ild Hlbotloni pri?es. A
I a-?k i- to examine my ?t'iek nod ?Mire- ,?ni im in m vi need.
.. . L D STA N DO !.' M ? 'K S Ki ITT & W ! i ] ?TEN DA LE.
J 5LB BKBnfa'' EL^ rfc.!'
833 Broad St, Augusta, Ga.
831 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
BU Y THE
FIFTEEN SIZES IN STOCK.
BOHLER & PIERSON
&MHMt wi wnm mum,
Corner of Bro ul and Kollock Streets,
Do all kinds of repairing and painting, and beyond doubt sel
THE HST ONE HORSE WAGON
IN THE STATE.
S. pt 22-jan I,
JORD?N, THE CLOTHIER
Is uowjrecei ving the largest and most complete stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS ETC.
EVER OFFERED IN AUGUSTA,
mo WU IOU he especially invites tba attention nf the citizens of Ed ge ll ubi ajp
JL. adjoining counties in South Carolina.
HENRY S. JORDAN, 736 Broad Street, -
JAMES G. BAILIE & SONS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW CURTAINS and SHADES,
-Also a Pull Line of
WALL PAPERS & BORDERS,
713 BROAD STF.SET. AUGUSTA, SA.
OLD STAND JAS. G BAILIE & BRO.
EVERYTHIISTG STRICTLY -A.1
April 20, 1881.-201y
The Cheapest, the Neatest, the Largest and Oldest Establishment in Georgia
mantle ami ptarE
(?entre and card
china and silver
caves-, hall Miamis,
leathe. s and curl
ed bair, parlor
deskH, i ni inn
ward roi ie?', laney
nm! folding chairs
stands, rattan und
ment of fine bed
room suits in
any, walnut and
oak, of latest pat
terns ami lowest
suits in ebony and
walnut and gold,
in cotellne raw
silks, reps, satin
..te laine, bair and
mohai r coverings,
in large variety at
equally low fig
708 and 710 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Agents for the National Wire Net Mattress. Sign of the Big Chair.
UNDERTAKI??G?NALL ITS BRANCHES.
Everything appertaining tn the Undertaking Business at Wholesale and Retail.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
PLATT BROS, Agents.
ROBBST H. ?H?LY & CO.,
MANHFACTURER?* AND DEALERS IN
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAYS AND PLANTA
Arall line of the above Hoods now in Suire, which ia rpm ? . tinish and styli
surpass airy that have been brought lut?? the State. WUKIM dso mauufactur
ing our STAND -. RD ORA DES of Buggies, Wagons, it?., tha" ;ve been so lon?
and favorably knowii throughout the State, and are now boin-.' sold at LOW Kl
PRICES than can be readied by any other nous".
Manufacturer's Agents forthrraaln of ETUDESAK GRS, WILBURN and TEN
NFSSKE PLANTATION WAGONS niall sijsea, whi.-h ?. .-: ->.i r:..- test for tin
naht half century, and to-day head I lie ; ist. fur lia!,! .; .-. . :.:?.? ^rt.ii durability
Prices as low as required for wagons nf inferior ur-?<? .?.
TO THO SK rx w vNTnp CHEW:: \ BI* ; if:-:::
We are offering a Large Stork lhai has just lieen r ... .?.-.i fruin du liest Manu
facturent iu Cincinnati,.which have beau made for ii? i?ett*?r mni . . i?1, and ar
helter painted and finished, th;?n have ever lieen nm ;< fur ibis s??aiwu t>?iure.
l'KICK? RXTllEMKI.Y LOW.
A full Stock of Harness, Saddles, Oak and UHUI". >..% -;-I1H Lather, calfskins*
Lining Skins, Shoe Findings, Leather and Rubbei is-tt.ogall sir.ts, Ku Uber Pack
ing, Collars, Bridies, Harnes? Fin? I lugs, Sime Tool . ?v. S-de A?H!.:.-< ..)?. STARI
H AMISS and TRACE CHAINS-every pair warran i ed fur li??? y?ntr.?. New Yorl
Belting and Packing (Jo's Superior Rubber Belting the U-.-M HI inn \*-- rid".
PA ROTTS VARNISH -unequalled by any wier .finke. TheSIliK SPRINl
PH--ETON, price $15; tbe.Sl DE SPRING PIANO RIJOUY, pii<-e $!.) - tho best ve
hielo ever produced fort:: looney. Weight 21? pr. i-. l<
jggg* Send for Catalogu and Price List. Call and i< us when in lb*- <-it.y and b
convinced that our prices ure lower than any housi- ia ihn State -.ept l?-hu
J. W. WALLACE W .1 i'RANSTOl
WALLACE & CR \NST0N.
(Successors to WARREN WALLACE ,t '*o.)
mum DEALERS m) mmmim mmum,
729 end 731 Reynolds St, - - AUGUSTA, GA
._Liberal advances ru iJ.\ on ivmsafniTienl* nt |n?r rain oi'f in lernst Ifauctfi'ig ?
ties furnished al l.r.v-: rnarkel nrtco. s.-.ri.-- |>*r-un>u attention elven to weigh I
and s.-llin. a itlotl
Or ir- i?*?*A3Bi! f?ii**?)ar !*roof .Naife*,
3S:*ii\? ?i ?i-Kl <'<liM?? 4 olio?. ?Will;
$ ? :i ss ?3 :\ rd Fe ri i i i au? r.?*.
..ET /INI) FANCY AR'
RES H FAMILY GROCERIES
--A. TSJ" ID
Corifeo i ioiieries.
No. ?, PARK BlOW, ROftElFIELO, S fl
April Ti, 1881.-1/21
I H0HHH? m
E. D. SMYTHE & CO.,
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
Tl - Broad Stvpet, Augnsia, G?.
Offer to Parnhaaers a saving of from 30 to 50 Canto o
?di Goods in their line
REM EM BICK Til AT THIS IS THE
LARGEST AND CHEAPEST HOUSI
"Wholesale and Retail
Ci wing to the shortness of the Cotton
Crop and tho ?Sigli Pri?es of Provisions
we have determined to offer our very large
and carefully selecied stock of
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS.
FOR FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ORDERS by mail receive prompt and careful attention. We extend a cordial
invitation to all needing goods in our line to examine our stock, as we are
confident they will save time and money by HO doing.
WM. MULHERIN A CO,
Feb 2-1 vD
70 and 913 Broad St, August Ga.
A Display of BBSS Fa bri!
BELIEVED TO BE U??gKEG^ENTED!3T
' TN THIS B?AHK?T, IS NOW BEING MADE BY,
It Iucluiles ExteustTO Assortments of Kreuch, Herman and .1 English
Textures, A Partial List ls Subjoined, as Illustrante of
Numerous-Lots Not Named, y- ; ' ;
In this Department, stripes jnnd plaids seem to be amoug the favorite nove?t?e?
this season. We ire'showing very many exclusive iii jugs in Ombre Stripes and
Plaids, and Moire Stripes HM Plaids for Combinations and Trimmings; alsO'Satin
Couleur. Satin BbadjUnes, Satin Merveilleux, Satin Brocades, Satin Stripes, Plain
Satins, Plushes and Colors, Cm ore Stripe Plushes, Tinsel Suitings, Watered Silks
and Satins; and in" Worsted Fabrics we have Tinsel Suits, ChuddaSnits,,with
Sashes, to be used a= trimmings, Beautiful Iroquois Stripes, Rijeh and elegant plaids,
Chudda Cloth} and.; Flannel Md tings. Wc lave Trimming? to match all of the
above Fabrics. ' . " ' ' ." '_. . ^ , ^
Here wejkeep the Rest Mellish Crape ; the Finest Crape Veils, Bombazines,
Henriettas, Crape Cloths, Cs-hiners, /"budda (Moth, Australian Cloth; Venetian
(-loth, Armures, Vi?coria?,;.t'|i.t??, Broead"?, su ??.?es. Plaids and Watered Materials.
The above arejall pf the lin*-' ! makes ind most beautiful texture.' In Silksand
Satins we have Cheap Black Sides riio Blr.L *i,k<. Black Satins, Black Marvell
lenx. Black Blind?mes, and thj.-am-st extensi.v.- assortment of Brra-adesever shown
South of New York.
EyeryUiilUt yo", can think
silk laces. Embroideries, il .
Satchels and Belt in seN, S
. R??J?t?i?4 OT every K::;d.;TiandkerchIefs,|Linen and
Brushes, I :?...*?.... 1/ *vS\ Fine Combs. Tapes, Braid?,
itel? an t heiix it; par:?r.e. Fichus, veilings, Illusions,
Wash. Blonde, Dotted J>'?t, i', mseis Ve-. T;*s"tt&t Kringea and Gi mps,, all Styles
and Colors, Guimpnre Lae?, ifondeau^ snmd-h Li?es, Ribbons, Balls and Cres
cents, Ornamente, and thousand bf oth? r in.v-t.i? s ''heap and Pretty.
G#?OV?W ArtiktijSi ft>li5?lT.
This Department compre - wervthi '/ !.> .Keriin fi love?. Cloth Cloves, Castor
Gauntlets, Kid Gauntlet* -n I IV'IVKI-J: e-?. ir.* Snr^b Bernhardt and the Moa
qutaire. These are very n >f A!s ? a fiili^mc of .fiiwvfn'a Black and Colored,
White and Opera Kids, in .'.? rn--, ??.??T, ti v*>, >i\ ned flglii buttons. Our Hosiery
Department is the most comp; !.. in the ?-itv. lt cmsisu of Stripes,.Plaids, Solids,
Ribbed; also Misses Silk BO ;> in*the Kow Colors. Ladies Brown, Bleached and
Colored iu every style, Jrom^the,cheapest to our Silk Lisles, at $1.75. Our line ot"
Gents' Half Hose is also complete. .,M ,
Damask of all kinds, the lu st ever shown for the prices. Napkins, Doylies,
Towels, Spreads, Blankots, Table Covers, Lace Curtains, Sheeting, P. C. Cotton,
and Carpets the cheapest.ever oifered.,
IS Coses Blankets..rivery Price-"iOO lbs Darning Thread, all Nos, at..5c
G2 dozen Napkins at.50c i 10 pieces wide Black Cashmere at..:. 85c
83 Doylies at.">0e.; 10 pieces wide black Cashmere at.....-i?c
IM) dozen Towels at....??.'?...10c. 10 pieces wide black Cashmere at._45c
."iO ctpzon HaiiUkerchielnfut.??c. IO pieces, all ?wool very-wide black '
5(1 dozen Half Hose, worth 40c, at....ale... :Chndda Cloth, worth75c,only.50c
50 dozen :t Button Kid Gloves"(porfect) at 60c.
Onr Goods are guaranteed as represented and to be a? cheap as can be bought
South of New York.
DEtANE & HICKOK,.
AT THE L0WREY WAGON FACTORY. A?G?STA.GA
r liavo thc largest Si ode of Wagons over offered before in
Liiis City, and ? will
SELL THEM LOW
B Know ilieJCrcprar? ?h?rt, and I Propose Dividing
VS y Prcrtil?J ?rsth the Farmers: "
14 '?' rt ?"1
\ ONE-HORSE WAGONS,
EVER BEFOSE HEARD OP!
100 TWO HORS!-: \VAGONS~FlRST-CLASS GOODS,
A.Tf LTTW "'THICBSR"
Complete Stock of VYIWJOTI Harness of ali kinds. Give me '
a cal! before buying.
J. H. LOWBEY,
*?tg ?S-tf CORNS?: <" \ MPEELL ?rc ELLIS STS, AUGU8TA, GA.
arr.- -^--.^*s?>*3^-^.?x*3E^?^.. -aciticr
E FURNITURE STORE
\V?? Ilnv*?R??1IU*?K1 Mw* Hvicte of 1 'nniiluve li.r> Per Cent. Since We
< ' :. n i ?-? lot !u>; City.
tlVEKYTH???G in our lin. i- FRESH, N KW A ND STYLISH. We look to lt that
i our customers always gel (ho latest patterns, both in Parlor and Bed Room
Furniture. We sell everything in our line on itv merits Our stock is.IMMENSE
.WII-.IL, PLEASE O XT IR CUSTOMERS.
STYLE AND PRICE.
We sell FEATHER MA V PRE ;SF.X and SPRING BF.OS, the NEW YORK
BRAI DED WI BK is thu BUST.
;??F Fair dealings and lair prices is our motto. All foods packed and shipped
free of charge.
717 Broad Street, Augusta.
L0W|STOVCEM ^ ??FINE
PRICES. . RANGES
924 Broad Street,
i AUGUSTA, - - - Georgia.
- ;? E BOUGHT
? ? m?m mmu ' j
I! CHALLENGE COMPARISON
OF GOODS' Sc PRICES.
DAY, TAWNAHIL?i & CO.,
7mt & 733 ig road St., Aiigii?ea, Ga.,
Mannf!?otnvevs and l^ealars in all Kinds or
CARRIAGE*, iLxs&fr v, r .
pari' S M Vs f ?r^C^-^Sr* Manufacturers Ag'ts
".^7.; li /?Sf?Z^^Z for the sale of the
s<-.-i^^fl)., / X Cortltn^ Wagon Co's
WA?ONS, / \ JEBBsBpjgaML / y\ PLATFORM SPBIN?
riDT? Vf /\ \ l^f?^^J*yr*g>'T*rl/ / \ WAQON, acknowl
ac? / WJ/ "7 /^---A edged the beet. The
ti A * e I Nlr ? 3gH-^^BCL 1 CORTLAND CHARIOT
Also Agents for -JfL ^ I L--^^0-the lighteet and
the salo of Wilson, I I \ /I \\ /strongest Buggy
Childs A (WPbila-VX / \ N/ XS / \ \/made? for |65. 8 * '
delphia WAOONS A \./
rabil itv and lie;!it draft of this celebrated manufacture, we refer to Mesara. A. F.
Broadwater. Julius Day and Capt P. Ii. Smith, of Edgefleld county, Owen Alder- 1
man, Esq., Aiken comity. Also the well known and reliable Webster Wagon, the
Old Hickory Kentucky Wagon, and our own mane of One and Two-Horee Wagons,
which we offer at prices lower than work of same grade and quality can be pur
chased elsewhere. We have added to our Stock a full line of Cheaper Grade Bug
gies, made to our own order, with special regard to the quality of the Wheels, Ax
les and Springa, which we will sell lower than any house this side of Cincinnati. .
^Sff-No Cheap Anction Work Sold.-^R
Also Wholesale Doalers in Saddlery and Harness, Bridles, Collars, Whipa-Bug
iry Umbrellas, Trunks, Coach Material of every description, Springs, Axles, Hubs,.
Spokes, Rims, Boita, Bands, Oil Cloth, Varnishes. . Also, Leather and Gum Belting
and Packing, Rivets and Lacing. Punches. Italian nemp and Soapstone Packing
Also, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, French and American Calf Skins, Lining?
Threads, Ac A full stock of Lasts, French and bos-toe, just received.
//rtr-Send on vour Orders, or call and see us. Our prices will at all time? b? -
BOTTOM PRICES. Oct. 5,1880.-ly-lS