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Ot?fc AGENTS :
W. W. 0wDO?C,' .Chappel 1 a, S, C.
- W. H. YKio??t?^??w?gm?res. ?
JOHN H. HTTIET, BateaviUr
r, Jfieet?ng Stre?t.
f/Vbtei;*Tvlr?^%s "X Roads.
E. B. FOBRKST, Mine Crook.
TTKE ETITEKTJDOK, ?ioesTille, S. (
J. E,C00?, Graniteville, S. 0.
Dr. ?T?BIHB. ABNEY, Langley, ?.
N.JW. BROOKKK. mdge..S.jC..__
"3o5? CAU?HMaj?.'.Caurf?bmaa's S
Wn.i,i4.j? K?>*AKT.. Etheridge.
T.TR. WHATDET, Parksviile.
L. B. Wja^frOiY,^ Troy.
Death of Mrs.. Frances E. t?lovei
This well known, prominent and h
ly respected lady died at her home
the Sweetwater Section", on Monday
7th foitanfr and w tis buried at S we o
ter'on the following day. She was
wi0ws"?t-i thel?to David M. Glover, ?
aad^Vr?ghOTrt the ^ircventy years of
life had done, her duty nobly as v
mother, friend and citizen. .To her c
dren,-whom we have -Ult? privik-gt
numbering ajnongpnr friends, we o
onr moat genuine B^mpathy.
Death of Johnson A. Blaud, Esq
Miih^mB^c^vaf?ftf'-'Eyq:, died at
home, wttlfin stone's throw of Mt, '
bor, on Sunday night last, aged, if we
not greVtfy e??-about sixty-three yes
He was the oldest eon of that wide
known citizen of olden times, Ave
Bland, Esq., and au cider brotber oft
late gallant Colonel Libert Blaud.
Maybufth^J^hns?m A\ Bland was er.
nently handsome, and no less genere
and genial. Indeed we renicmbor
young man more popular aud more 1
loved. And-throughout lifo bu : stain
?ue qualities of character that h
adored him so peculiarly prepossessi:
Ho was ever a brave, kindl
gentleman, and leaves to his ch
pfec????sn?ritaje of untarnlsb
name and faajis^~-??O"'Vas buried at Ai
Tabor on Monday, in -tho p.-esonoe of
vast throng of appreciative friends,
kindlier or more genorous sun! nevi
lived ir? this world.
..Our Women ia thc War."
The New* and Conner, Charleston, I
C., desires to obtain fifty or more sketcl
es of the experiences, grave or gay, liv<
ly dr severe, of the'Southern women di
ring the war. Little has boen publisbt
bitherep concern ingtheir r-ufferiugs,anj
ieties and privations, and the Neus an
tanner "wishes to make the record of th
war complete, by giving tho America
pnblic a just idea of what the Souther:
women endured during thc struggle fo
the Lost Cause. There was comedy a
well as tragedy in their daily life, am
the object is to obtain descriptions of ev
ery side and phase of a Southern wo
nisn's trials ?nd triumphs, at home ora
a refugoe, during the Confederate strug
gie,. Th? sketches in question w ill b<
published in the Weekly News, Charles
ton, S. C., under the general litloof "Oui
Women in the War." The conditions
ave as fol lo v.- :
L The sketches must be written bj
Southern women who were in the South
during the war, and shall be confined to
a description of events aud circumstanc
es of which the writers have personj
4. Every sketch that is accepted wil
be promptly paid for, and any Southon
woman who desires to do so can send ir
two or moro sketches.
The obj act io view is ceruiuly au ex
cellent one, and it is hoped that Southerr
women everywhere will do their part ii
making the undertaking successful, "ir
order," as the News and Courier says
"thettaruV ^st?ce'nrtay be rendered tc
the women who encouraged the soldiers
by their patient fortitude and solaced
them with words of cheer, and who,
through td^xnairner of hardship, of au
guish, of-rnlsery, fr?re faithful and true
to the very end-?and after !"
Forty-Seven Piano? aud Organs.
The Augusta C/u-onicle says : " We take
pleasure?!n announcing the lar^e sale o?
holiday gifts at the "Music House of the
SoutT?!" .G."0. Robinson ?fe Co. sold for
ty-seven jrhinos aud organs for Christ
mas and New Year gifts-a larger trade
than ever before. This is hot surprising
considering thc fact that the trade of this
house extends all over the South, with
the reputation of selling the best instru
ments at nearer cost cf0;ai ni facture than
other dealerships making Augusta the
most attractive and economical point in
the South to purchasers of pianos, or
gans, and everything in the Hue of mu
sic This houso, in competition with
Ne^Tork"deaI?fs, has established the
fact that prices for same style and make
of instrumentare leis ia Augusta, with
a saying als-) to tuc q.uTcbaecr of freight
aud insurance. G. o. Robinson <fe Co.
have established their large and increas
ing trade by selling the best goods at the
lowest prices, and bj' liberal and exten
sive adve^tis^nR,, _ "'-j
?&~ Jetf??y nofl and Jersey bull calves
for sale. [G] O. F. CHKATHAM.
fi?t-?Some desirable Goods offering at
JAS. M. GO.'RB'S, to close out winter
-j i?5. iv? wt -
stock, at very low prices for cash. New
Domestics just opening. Bed Blankets
and Comforts cheap. Real Bargains in
Clothing andr W?ol?n Goods. (4iC
The-PIan?^TH^lsash and Savings Bank.
To-day at pain, tis Planters Loan and
Savings Bank Directo?s met und re-elect
ed Mr. Thomas W. Coskery President,
and Mr. J. T. Newbery ;Oaebier. These
worthy and able oi?4Cor,s. have efficiently
controlled tho aiV.iirs'of Ads popular
bankinginsiicutieu, and have so care
fulrygSnVrded the'property of stockhold
ers that Malis faction is- fast followed by a
renewed expression of trust and confi
dence. Tho Planters Loan and Savings
Bank, as its name suggests, gives inter
est on deposits, arid ls largely resorted to
for banking purposes. Ita popularity is
growing daily, and its regular dividend
announcements make s "pleasing argu
ment which, practically emphasizes the
troth of tbre sidemen t'/ If thebankcon
tinues to increaeefif?febslnesa'the pretty
new hea^u^rters^vilLagain have to be
enlarged, &uRj tr* tony ?akpeet soon to see
Cashier Newbery receiving committees
of congratulation from tho press and
people behind a brown stone front.
The Board of Directors of the Planters
Loan and pavings Bank is composed of
Messrs. T. TvYTj?skory, Z. McCord, D.
R. Wright, G. Voicer, F. Cogio, H. B.
King, J.'A. A. W. Clara, W. H. How
W. M. Jordan, Jno. T. Miller, H.
Rowley, C. Z. McCord. This ia a strong
and very' able board", and the only new
member this year is Mr. Chas. Z. Mo
Cord, Esq., whose acknowledged busi
ness ability, as well as legal attainments,
h we called him to aid in the active man
.. cement of this popular and growing
Linking institution.-Augusta Eteninq
On Sunday morning next, the I
Father Wilson will preach in oar Oath
Church. The Rev. H.A. Whitman
preach io our Baptist Church. The 5
W.S. Wightman will preach at McK
drea's. The Rev. E. T. Walker will pre
at Kaolin. The Rev. R. W. Ban?
will preach in Grace Church, Ri<
Spring. The Rev. S. L. Morris will pre
at Trenton in the forenoon, and at Jo!
ston in the evening. The Rev. J. P. Me
ing will preach at Horn's Creek in 1
morning, and at Ebenezer in the aft
noon. The Rsv. J. S. Jordan will pre*
at Bold Spring. The Rsv J K. Fi
will preach at Rehoboth. The Rev.
W. Bhssey will preach at R*d Hill in t
forenoon, and at Parksville in the aft?
noon. The Rev. J. W. Dickson will prea
at Bethany in the forenoon, and at Butl
in the afternoon. The Rev. J. W. Bro>
will preach at Mt. Carmel in the foi
noon, and at Mt. Vernon in the afternoo
The Rev. J. D. Bowles, Lutheran, w
preach at Corinth.
Orange blossoms on the Ridge ne:
week. Guess !
Ort tor Texas.
Bat notto stay. The Hon. Clink
Ward has gone to Texas, on a boainei
trip of three weeks or a month,
Prerequisites for Clear Conscience.
Tou cannot commence the new yea
with a clear conscience until the preache
and the printer have been paid.
Church of Our Savior.
The Rev. R. W. Barnwell will preacl
ia the Church of Oar Savior, at Trenton
on Friday of this week, forenoon ar.<
On account of sickness in his family
Bishop Howe has postponed his visit tc
Edgefield until the first Sunday in Feb?
Remember that this is the campaign
year-and that it behoovea you to come
up and renew your subscription to THE
ADVERTISER. * "'
President Haskell of the C. C. ? A.
Railroad has our kindest thanks for a
complimentary pass over the said Road,
for the present year.
Call for It
Kendall's Horse Farriery is given to
our subscribers, when they pay their sub
s:riptions. Please ask for this valuable
book when yon get your receipt.
Kev. A. H. Cbreitzberg.
Un Sunday next, the Rev. A. M. Chreitz
berg, the new pastor of the Batesburg
Circuit, will preach at Providence in the
forenoon and at Bateaburg in the after
Who la Bachelor Sf
Who is Bachelor S. whom Mr. Tray
wick is coming back from Rock Hill to
m irry, and who is expected to warm that
reverend gentleman with Saluda light'
Opeuiug of Free Schools.
School Commissioner Lott requests us
ti announce that the Free Common
Schools of the County were opened-or
should have been-on the 7th instant
tbe first Mcudav.
luda river is frozen over from bank to
bank, and there is no running water to be
seen. It is a mass of broken up ice and
snow, all frozen together. The ecenery ie
The Three Judges.
The following Judges have been as
signed to hold Court in Edgefield, this
year in the order named : PreBsley, of the
1st Circuit; Cotbran, of the 8th Circuit;
and Wallace, of the 7th Circuit.
Moved to Newberry.
Mr. Joseph Caughman, of Edgefield,
bas become a citizen of our town ; he
moved last Wednesday and occupies the
up stairs over Sch?re pert & Rikard'sstoie
He is working i n the door and sash facto
ry,- Newberry Observer.
" Home-Knit Galluses."
We find this in the Charleston News
and Courier: Elijah Watson, Sr ,of Ridge
Spring, Edgefield County, has the same
suspender buckles in use to-day that be
has worn for fifty years. He ha3 always
woin home-knit "galluses."
There Is Room for You.
We have been happy in adding a con
siderable number of new names to our
subscnption list since Christmas. There
is room, however, for many more. Send
us $2.00 and we will send you the AD
VERTISER for one year. This is the cam
paign year, and eveiybody ahoul? read.
Air. John B. Lanier.
We learn, and with a great deal o,
pleasure, from the Literary Magazine or
the Washington and Lee University of
Lexington, Va., that our young friend,
J no. B. Lanier, son of Mr James A. Lanier,
of Red Hill, baa been elected one of the
debaters of the year in that famous In*
Solomon Harmon, lately confined
with his son in Edgefield Jail, for stealing
a hale of cotton seven weeks ago, near
Batesburg, is upwards of CO years of age,
and is said lo have been worth at one time
previous lo the war $50,000 in property,
but for a number of years baa been with
A Prompt and Far-Seeing Firm.
Last week we announced that our fel
low citizens, Messrs. A. J. and J. B. Nor
ris bad lost considerable sums of money
by the burning of the Phinizy warehouse
in Augusta. We have since learned that
this-owing to the enterprise and far
seeing management of the Phinizy firm
was a mistake.
Rounding it Together?
The time of making assessments by the
Auditor has been changed to tho 1st day
of May instead of the 1st day of June, as
heretofore. This change has been made
to enable the County Treasurer and the
County Auditor to make their tripe
around the Connty together. This will
save a day to our farmers during the
busiest eeason of the year. They can now
make their returns at the same time they
pay their spring installment of the taxes,
Au Interesting Chapter.
The sixth chapter of Capt. Bunch's
history of Co. B, 6th S. C. Cavalry, which
we publish this week, will prove of deep
interest to all patriotic people in Edge
field, inasmuch as it treats of the battles
of Trevilian Station and Danny's Store,
where fell some of the noblest youths ever
born and reared within oor borders
young Sheppard, young Brooks, young
Padgett, the two Moss boys, and others
fqually brave and devoted.
Thc Elder Agnew Not Dead.
At> the time of the issue of our .
week's paper, the universal impresi
and belief in our section was that
elder Agnew-or Agner as i hey th?
selves spell their name-had died of
wounds. This however, turns out to h
mistake. He is still alive, and thoug
very old man, is recovering surely.
Oar Merchants Firm and Steady. -
Times are hard. Money is terri
scarce. It seems almost impossible
make collections. But still, judging fr
all we see uud hear and read-and
read the whole State press weekly-?
Edgefield merchants are standing as fir
ly and steadily as any in South Oarolii
Indeed more so we believe.
A Temperance Address.
We bear that the Rev. Mr. Chreilzbe
will be in Edgefield on Wednesday of ne
week, and deliver a temperance lecture
address. We suppose this gentleman
one of the eminent Methodist family
that name. We are sorry not lo be mo
clearly informed on the subject. Tl
gentleman we refer to is making a tour
our State in the interest of the tempe
A. Baron Holmes?
Thi3 gentleman, from Edward Perry
Stationery Establishment in Cbarlestoi
ii now in our town, and will be here for
day or two. Seize this opportunity I
order your blank books, legal cap, writin
paper, pens, ink, blotters, tte., dec,, for th
year. In this regard, A. Baron Holmes i
par excellence your man.
Hound the World.
John F. Hobbs, of Lexington, who wa;
defeated as an Independent candidate fe
Solicitor of this Circuit several years ago
registered at the Grand C?ntralas "jus
from Augusta and a two years' tour round
the world," has deserted the city, proba
bly on another two years' tour.-Register,
Col. Hobbs spent three ci?four days ic
Edgefield last week, and piid us one 01
two pleasant calls. He is a very hand
some young fellow, and talks well about
his travels. He tells us that he will set -
tie in Atlanta soon and practice his pro *
Rev. A. P.NorrlH.
The Rev. A. Pope Norris, who has been
residing here for several years, is leaviDg
our town and'going to Modoc, on the Au
gusta and Knoxville Raihoad, to enter a
field of labor and usefulness in that sec
tion of the State. The Rev. Mr. Norris
is one of the land-marks of our Baptist
denomination in South Carolina. He iB
full of vigor and health, and among the
ablest ministers ol the State. His entire
life and means have been devoted to the j
ministry, and with great success.-Ridge
Spring Correspondence, of Netos and
" Turuitig us to the Sun."
Our beloved friend and next door neigh
bor, Major S. S. Tompkins, who is a learn
ed man and a great thinker, comes into
our room on Tuesday morning, and after
congratulating us and himself upon iLc
lovely weather, says to us : Do you know
that the Earth passed its perihelion a day
or two ago, and is now turning us nearer
to the sun at the rate of two minutes aud
a half a day ? Being an ignorant wretch,
we did not know the fact, and we gazed
at the Major in silent and grateful admi
ration, while we said to ourself: Well?
cjnsidering what we have gone through
within the last leu days, it might well af
ford to turn us nearer at the rate of twen
^^inutes a day.
H^?l_wm buy 10 lbs. ol' Granos-}
Wp ' J. M. COBB'S.
Mr James E. Cook, for many years
past the leading merchant ol' Granite
ville, has sold out and retired. This fact
is announced in auother column. Mr
Cook is succeeded by Janies L Quinby
& Co-James L. <iuinby and Ilonry (J
Bardia-who solicit the patronage so
long bestowed upon tho lato popular
proprietor. Mr. Cook i3 a nativo IC lee
field man, and deserves all the love and
honor Edgefield can give him. For
Messrs. (?uinby & Co. we bespeak the
highest and most generous consideration
of the-public at large.
The Grand Climax of Opportunity (or
Farmers and Planters.
This climax is embodied in the oilers
made in another column by Messrs. R.
P. Sibley and Wm. J. Cranson, of Au
gusta. We hopo that nota single larmer
or planter that reads the ADVERTISER
.fill overlook Mr. Sibley's card, or fail
to give duo consideration to those nne
fertilizers that are now made by Mr.
Cranston himself. Aud truth to .say, we
mould infinitely prefer a fertilizer pre
pared under the eye and direction ol'
Wm. J. Cranston to any of the further
>ff stuffs of which we know so little
But Sibley's whole list is a spleudid ono
a.nd another advantage in trading with
bis boase is that it is-very generous and
)jliging iu making advances. And in
dosing this notice, wo would again re
nind our farmers and planters that the
?ard of Sibley and Cranston eu bodies the
?Umax of their opportunity lor tho
Grand Bargains in Heavy Woolen
Mr. James M. Cobb, as may be seen
>y reference to our business columns, is
IOW selling heavy woolen goods-Cloth -
og, Overcoats, Blankets, <fcc, Ac-at
irices which have beon very houostly
nd materially reduced of late-to make
oom for the new spring goods that will
)on be in demand.
$1.00, Cash, will buy 8 lbs. of good Rio
o Mee, at
nari J. M. COBB'S.
$1.00, Cash, will buy 20 yds, of J, or 10
ds. of ?.or 12 yds. of 4-4 Graniteviilu
birting, or 12yds. oi'Grauiteville Drills,
nar at J. M. COBB'S.
Kow is tho timo to get a bargain
i Overcoats, Suit of- Clothes or Bed
lankets. at J. M. COBB'S.
Go to Penn's for anything yon need, in
is line, and you will be sure to hud it
.uick as Electricity and Safe as Gov
Quick as electricity, safo as Govorn
leut bonds, and sure as the law of grav
ation ! We allude to Penn's Bitters.
he doctors now order theso Bitters uui
?really ; and, what is moro to the point
e have never heard a complaint from
ly one who has used thom. You can
) elsewhere-if your liver will bear you
it in the operation-and got other, aud
leaper, and more foreign Bitters, but
ell-there's no use talking. Penn's
itters are the real thing for the liver.
?fr* Buy Boots and Shoes of N. W.
UBPHEY <fc SON, Augusta, Ga. The
?st goods and lowest prices.
A New Departure.
Afine assortment of first-class JEW
.RY ia now exhibited at
Oct. 8, G. L. PENN & SON'S.
All in want of the lest grade of Fres\
roceries will always find our stock com
Bte. G. L. PENN <fc SON.
ps- A beautiful line of Toilet Sets and
mquet Holder? al
For the Advertiser.
A Weli-Beioved Itinerant ia F<
Degrees Below Zero.
KOCK HILL, S. C., Jan. 10
MESSRS. EDITORS : Th? faxnil
face of the dear ADVERTISER here
oar home in Bock Hill, reminds
of my obligation to yon for a let
from me. Well, here we are, end
ing this polar weather in Bock H
However, the endurance haschanp
to real enjoyment on the part of I
young people, who are sleighing
day and by moonlight.
We arrived here on'the 6 o'clo
p. m. train, Dec. 27th, a run Sn
Batesburg of 115 miles in 5} hours
a happy contrast with-the moves
our fathers ol years ago. We we
met at the station, a ?hort walk frc
parsonage, by one of the Steward
with a carriage for family, and a drt
for baggage. At the parsonage
large company of ladies' met us wit
smiling faces,' bright fires, and
sumptuous supper. When tbeae ha
retired, we found enough loxurit
and delicacies to last us for dnys.
I opened my ministry here on th
ioliowing Sunday morning, and a
night, with large congregations. Th
beginning is inspiring, and bids m
hope for a prosperous year. Th
Methodists are respectable at Bocl
Hill. They have a magnificent Housi
* J of Worship in the town, from whicl
the town clock peals out the hours o
the day and night:" I'tfiihkthe Chord
cost about $7,000. The Preabyteri
ans have a strong Church here, th?
strongest in fact in the place. The
Baptists have ' but recently built, but
have made a good start; while the
Episcopalians have a prosperous, but
not very numerous, Church. By-the
way, the Rev. A. P. Pugh,'bf Edge
field, is Ps6tor of the Baptist Church
here, lle'has arrived since we did,
bringing his pretty bride with him,
from Carrollton, Mise. *'
Last Sunday, the 1st in January,
was my first appointment in the coun
try. The thermometer was 4? below
Zero, but my nt w horse, Henry, bore
me 8 miles away, and back to the
parsonage in safety, by 4, p. m
Rock Hill is one of the most pro
gressive places in South Carolina.
?he has not only fine churches, but
the bebt of fchools. Some of her mer
chants are princee, and would com
pare favorably with Augusta or Char
lotte in any line'of trade, except whis
key, which has been prohibited, I
suppose, for all time to come. We
have also one of the best county pa
pers in the State, the Rock Hill Her
ald. Mr. Hull, its editor, is up with
the limes, and makes an entertaining
and useful paper.
We are in the oak country, and oh,
how I \oogj/r some E Jgefieldlight
wood! Teil Capt. Bill, or Bachelor
3. to send me a load. At least I will
injoy a W-rr-~?-*TtD I go back
?o marry the latter.^ ^ J
As ever, yours very truly,
J .Tb. TRArYtflCK.
f "_jo io J5Bu.\so?'?raud loe
Mfiurtmeut of French, Stick..
"Candies to arrive this week.
jf?f~ B MINSON* has just received a fresh
supply of Virginia Leaf Chewing To
bacco, Seal ot N. C. Smoking Tobacco
anil Kuy al Cigars.
The leading brands of Cigars in Edge
field-PI'NCH and EUREKA-are for sale!
at the old and reliable " Bonanza" Saloon.
Sometlung New Under the Sun! .
And bricht, and beautiful, and cheap!
Hush to 1'KN N'S and see for yourselves
his tempting display of Jewelry.
Go to PENN'S for the beet 5 cent Ci
gars in the world-Garcia and Pundi,
Remember the names.
THU AnvBRTUUEB Office te prepared to
Jo BKIKF work with neatness and dis
A Word to tlie Wise IB Sufficient.
If you want a drink of good and pure
whiskey, sr mething that won't give you
,hc headache, call on Tom Condon at the
1 Bonanza" Saloon. '
?5?r Tho placo to buy Gold Medal
Slour, Fresh Cre? m Cbeeso and the finest
daccaroni, is at
?&-Dr. Holt's Dyspeptic El i zir will
tare any ease of Dyspepsia, Indigestion
Constipation, aud Heart Disease caused
iv Indigestion. For sale by
0] W. E. LYNCH.
?Sr J. W. McKenzie, Montezuma, Ga.,
ays Dr. Holt's Dyspeptio Elixir cured
lim of Chronic Liver Disease of three
ears stund!ng. For sale by
0]. W. E. LYNCH.
??r W. A. Wright, Comptroller-Gen
ial of the State of Georgia, says Dr.
lol t's Dyspeptic Elixir cured him of In
igostion, after having tried almost every
nowu remedy. That he has been well
iree years. For sale by W. E. LYNCH
HI A M RI
Everything pertaining to this Class of ^
ost competent workmen.
The State cannot beat us on this class ol
it is not so.
Ail kinds of Carriage and Wagon Paint!
Old Willona repaired and Big Stock of B
tarantee all of our work to be equal to an}
mili. All work fully guaranteed
Jan. 2. 1883.-3ml)
. ?RAWS THE 1
L O. 1
ie Mot bier aud Hatter, of 71
GRAND CHRISTMAS Gif
Whoever holds the number will please 41
Jan. 2.1883.-4H] i
?ap Home in Al
IT ACRES, lying, seven miles
4 of Bateeburg, all level, black,
?-Fifty acres under cultiva
?5 cotton, rice and oat land,
red. Excellently adapted to
sing under the newland Only
vxom flourishing Church, ;Poat
Cb daily mail and School.'
dy $400-one-half cash, balance
er particulars address,
CLAUDE E. SAWYER,
Hk5]_ Aiken, 8. C.
1 Vaucluse Factory, on the 21st
iecember last, a Hound pup, 8
rdd. She ia red, with the tip end
oil white, named Gary, I will
jrkardfor the pup, or thankful
faformation. ^ MAYS.
-2tR] P. O.: Edgefield, 8. C.
of j editor's Notice.
persons indebted to the Estate of
Xy Gomillion, dee'd., are hereby
nand required to settle the same
wdelay. And all persons holding
cl$ainst the said estate are hereby
n< and required Jk. present and
pie same before the undersigned
oriore the"- first day of March, A.
D, MARK TON EY,
EX Willoi Mary Gomillion, dee'd
S 1884.-3t4 _
obacco at Cost.
LG somewhat overstocked in To
Xoo, and wishing to reduce stock
of, I will sell all grades of Tobac
co <, next thirty days at COST,. FOR
. Jd to the wise is sufficient. Bar
D. R. DURISOE,
J-4] Advertiser Building
?;he present, our fino, thorough
d JACK, "BLUR GRASS," will
bed at Edgefield Court House. In
Ncber he will be at Sheppard s X
O. F. CHEATHAM,
or W. 8. SHEPPARD.
irsons indebted to the Estate
. Ii. Shaw, dee'd., are requested
to o the same. Those holding claims
agi said Estate, will please present
th OJ g al Iv attested.
H. A. SHAW, Ad'or.
P. O.: Hamburg, 8. C.
Rib. G. BON HAH. | JAS. BONHAM
BNTJ?AM & BONHAM
S>GhEFIEXiID, S. C.
A Office in Advertiser Building.
J. 22, 1883.-ti 7
TE BEST BAKING POWDER.
W on hand YARNA LL'8 SPOON
-ciN CAN BAKING POWDER. The
bee?aklng Powder on the market. Al
waj gives entire satis'action. Try a
Canndyou wi l uae no other. It makes
the ghtest and most delicious Biscuit,
P?Ay, Cakes, <fec Every Can guaran
teeto give satisfaction, or money re
0?nv d. For sale, in 5, 10, 20 and 40 ct?
[ D. R. DURI80E,
Dt? fi, '83.] Advertiser Building.
TJAME BACK, HEADACHE.
I NEURALGIA, TOOTHACHE,
^E THROATkERiA CATARRH
lk% all painful affections. For Internal
UH External use, an efficient andI excel
en , remedy. J/ you try il you will know.
I or sale ny D. B. DURISOE,
J in. 2,-4] Advertiser Building
kTT?N S E E i>
fl?rnia, at all railroad stations and
UUbat landings in this State during
e will also exchange Cotton Seed
Meil for COTTON SEED. Write for
pamphlets. Correspondence solicited.
Charleston Oil Manufacturing Co..
t 28 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sept 1?, 1883.-3m40
Application for Charter.
To all to whom these presenta may come.
Take notice, that we the- mem
bers of St. Marks, Corinth and Trinity
Lutheran Churches, of No. 7 Pastorate
>f ?ie Sou.h Carolina Synod, have made
application to the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas tor Edgefield County to
uavo the above named Churches Char
tered according to law.
H. H. RISER,
J. R. RAUCH,
Dbe. 25, 1883.-5t3] Committee.
is now receiving
TOYS, FIREWORKS, FRUITS,
?iNNED VEGETABLES, NUTS,
JB0CKERY, GLASS, TINWARE,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
?resh PORK SAUSAGE received
rekly from Richmond, Va.
3ome and look through. Fresh
?ods received daily. Something
HW always to be found at the New
H. H. KBlXSOXjA'pl.
! WM0N SHOP,
ork done with dispatch and by the
work. Give UB just one trial and see
g done by one of the best painters in
w Wagons and Buggies ou hand. We
produced by shopB either North or
IUD & BEASLEY,
AIKEN. S. C.
Broad Street, Augusta, Cit?
$125.00 SHOT GM.
[press lt at once, with address.
I. C. LEVY,
711 liroad 81., AuRiisla, tia.
EDGEFIELD, S. C., ffURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1888
I VOL. XL vin--NO. u.
mon tt?W;& GWS? -.DEALER
.? : (ni ct biWCTjj ;
Lara now ?rep? rai to blfwitollip Planters of Georgia and.Soutli Caro
a very high grade-et-'
3E5Lainity (Or German potash Salts )
Those articles have beta used, ve? v extensively, with, the very best ie
s Being so much chenar, than, the Manipulated. Guanos, .they, will be
ygenerally 8&J ??? cern tug staspn, and ?t,w?uld be well to;secure your
ply emly. I ain also' cdTevipg AiumcuUted. Super-Eliosphates. of the
>hest Grades: , i?, ,
' "TBE VICTOR?." !!,-*jTHI3 CKBSAPEAKE.?
tath of which at???l and 'favorably kr.own--thM?tehoof the South.
m*\n I do not intend tb ftppoint any Agent?, I wilr-self to the Planters
ect Riving them tho beatific of the c mmisaipns usually' id"" to AgenU.
. n'will sell any cf th^.ihove cm*1- articles fopOrfsb on the First of May
Nov? ruber, or -?itb .Cotton Option. . ,b?iv??.n *? *? ^
Spf-cul i.ndaeemente-?frered !p Parties or Clift? buying for cash in large
.???ti j.fl Coiresnoud?neo ?ol?cite?!. <? *?lott .1.
Dec! 10, 1883.^3m] ' .? JOJHUf Ww WALLACE.
[Ksr'AiiMsHKO ISSI j N. KAHRS
, 1 WA LTOX.& CLARK,
Formerly j ^A'?T WALUp** CO. \ ?
GRAIN, FLOUR AND GENERAL
RODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT
846 Broad artl~849 Ellis* Streets.
; Augusto, Ga, December l$lh, 1883.
We would inform cur Sontu Carolina friends'that we now have a large
jck of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, and will endeavor to make
to their interest to deal with, un for cat-h. We will be pleased to serve
em in the SALE OF OATS cr qthPr GRAIN, and COUNTRY PRODUCE
ali kinds obtaining the Befit martel prices and rendering prompt returns.
Q2] . ' *' KAHRS?
Have ihc Best Plow for Sew ground[ and.jgjgjjmd Made
-AND Till-:- ? s ? - ?
BLUE PON?Y PL?W^
Are not extolled, both a* to (?uality aud Che:rpness.
Manufacturer of "Dow Law Cotton Planter."
... .-ALSO-- ' r-"-J' '
Wo Stock Of SWEEPS. TWIN Sh (IV ELS; STKAUiHT 8H0VKLS, BULL
' h TONGUES, and PLO# MATERIAL ?5? AL KINDS- .
Which will liofc?M at f.orrofct Prices. '
MM BOXES MOORE,
Jan. 8,1S84--3OJ5] . '. '657 Broad St., Al'MSTA, GA.
Js Still Hollino: -l ^n Iiinf' of
FUR N I T U RE
Alt tlie Old &taiid5 '540 Broad St.
yi kinds of WOO!, and ^KTALUO CASE?, C^R^AS^o?
--. I-1-I BBM
CAPITAL^i ?ll 3?;IMI R2? - . ? $100,000.
CollcclloiiH carefully Attittdcd to'nnd Promptly Remitted for
Drafts on di Parts of the World for Sale. ' Emigrant Tickets
ironi hn?lan?J Irelairt] pr Scotland, to4 Augusta, for $30.
Interest Allbwecl on p?gj?tf in the Savings Department.
Y u?.%?*BRYl g1*?- VOWTKR, J. A. A. w. CLARK,
J. K. \\ tituiiT, H. B. Kum, w M JoRnis
Oct. :j, IKS-,.-:I ? ' ' ?. J0BDAJii> .
Joux T. MlLLKK,
? ?MP?IIX?R AN- JoilrWolP^
?ouse Fornfehing Goods,
905 BROAD STREET,
yon. 7, INS:; _ :;
No. m Broad SJ,, IwIer^CcHiraTliolel, Jtujusfa, Ga.,
. AKKH Rloamire in acp.in nilling tho attention of ber patrons and frlaurl??
UT/' 1?!,?.P,ritl1' Ul ,Ti0 abwdhrsintirul, Ea^hiouableT^I^^ft^
)<a1H f?a?^ors recctv? i''"'11'1?^- IwsoiiaJ r?}tention. . . ?,",'elve!,.
)HK?S, .. ..GROCERIES,
"01LET AND FANCY ANCLES,!tllNFECTIONERY,
IStc-v J?to., Etc. ' '
. -?w* ?"?
spectfully informs tbe cit?zeca of Edgefield- Town'arfd County-that he
now in Stock Evtiiy nr?iclc ctMtniU ?O??I?? in i ?rii^
t>re, aiMl every rn tiilc uxu.-illi lound in a Grocery
?re, and solicite.a-.8bare of their patronage-3t the eame time return
sincere thanks for p?3t favors.
Also in Stock, a-fall line 0f Fine WINES and LIQUO?IS, TOBACCO
^Pre?icrijilioiiH Care?iiily Comiioulided, Day or
?dgefieltl C. H., S. C., Mar. 28, 1S83.