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TERMS : $2.00 per Annum,
S /0?R AGENTS :
V.*W.^wr>?M?-CtTappell8, S, C.
W. H. YKLHEIUL, Longmiros.
JOHN H. Hui EY, Bates ville.
W. A. ODOM, Meeting Street.
WBWOTBBHj Tfflner crees:.
TYRE ETHKREDOK, .LOtWVille, S. 0.
J. E. COOS, Orangeville, S. C.
Dr. JOHN B^ABNEY, Laugley, S. C.
N. W. BROOKER, Ridge, S. C.
JOHN CAUOHMAN, Caugbman's Store.
WILLIAM TT?NARD, "Etheridge.
J. S. Mincit Aux, Merchant.
T. R? ^^^^Parksviilo. .
L. B.V WHATLEY, Troy.
Terrlbfer inti. Melancholy Death of
Xicut. John Butler.
As we write, ou Tuesday afternoon,
tho body of one of the noblest young
men of our acquaintance is being laid
among^the a^hes ofj.hjs kindred at old
Sweet?tt?f Tmirch-tb6 body of Lieut.
JohntJ^ui?4jr, of tho Edg* field Hussar*,
yrbpfoi 3^tenday, met his death hy a j
terrible accident-cut almost iu twain
and almost Instantly killed by a circular
?aw. As yet we do not know the details
of this terrible casualty. 3y it a larpe
and devoted family lote? an idolized
member, while South, Carolina ta de
prived of a oitixeu whoso tone was in
comparably high. Lient. John Butler
was tn^e&nofsoh of Col. ?. P. Butler,
our State Commissioner of Agriculture,
and was about thirty .yr>ars ol' age. His
loving comrades, the Edgcfield Hussars,
are in attendance upon his funeral obs?
"Bright be the place of thy soul ;
No nobler spirit than thine
E'er bun-;"from its mortal control,
In the" orbs of the blessed to shine."
The Augusta Savings Bank.
From the annual statement of this
Bank, we gather that it has just wound
up a .splendid year's business. And we
beg leave to congratulate its numerous
friends and Dations, and especially do we
congratulate" *b'nr young ?nd talented
friend, Jos. S. Bean, Esq , Cashier, for his
excellent -financial management of its
To Owners ot Eugiues.
To all owners of engines-and to all
who wish and design to purchase engine*
-we would; point c,ut the card of Geo.
R. Lombard ct Co., of .Augusta, in Uli
week's AuYE?XIS?I* Lombard & Co.
not only make and sell ali manners of]
engines^ut^thavfiiu?ply'- all.tiie differ
ent partseSpu-pumpa, injectors,
boilers, cf&-??n lavery appliance that be
longs to mill works, they are ever ready
to sneerssfuHy serve the public." Theil
Foundry, Machiuc and Boiler Works ii
Augusta are-on a large and perfect scale,
and they are men not only of enterprise
and very accomplished iu mechanical
science, but also of highest reliability
and com tesy.
Durisoe O?Tcr?..Ferry's Seeds.
lir. D. R. Durisoe, under the ADVER
TISER office, is selling Ferry's Garden
Seeds with a rapidity, aud in quantities,
that attest the popular favor in which
they are held. Mr. Durisoe announces
Ferry's seeds to our readers In another
The Henry Institute Under Kew
Mr. J. E. Nea?, a young gentleman of |
Georgia, of .very pleasing address, and
bearing high testimonials from the best
sources, cornea to teach at Trenton. Ho
opened his school on Monday, the 14th.
He is assisted by bia wife and Mrs. Hen
ry. We bespeak for his card, in another
column, and for his. undertaking, uni
versal a'teniiciii. consid?rwt?oo ?nd pat
Penu Ready with thc Treasures of
As is usual at Ibis season, G. L. Penn
ck Sou have on hand a large and magnifi
cent assortment pf Buist'* popular and
reliable Garden Seeds-every sort. See
the card of Pouu ct Son in regard to this
The Afaga c:??(?^QptiJ.?>- has. arranged,
by cabl^JR^tirept?llicatiouinthe Week
ly News, of a new novel by Miss M. E
Braddon, the author of'Dead-Sea Fruit,'
' Lady Audley's Secrol,' 4 Aurora Floyd,'
and a large number of other popular
novels. Jakuuiel, the latest work of Miss
Braddon, promises to be as absorbing in
interest as-any of its predecessors, and
will add iargely,.therofore, to the attrac
tions of th? W?iclcty$ Nao?.
X3gr A pair of mules for sale.
tf8] O. F. CH KATH AM.
Now is the time to get a good pair of |
Shoes for little mouey, at
feb " COBB'S.
11.00, cash, will buy 12 lbs. of "C" Su
gar and 13 lbs. Brown Sugar, at
feb . " ;.J. M. COBB'S.
?. ??><B?MVnifalflBMRi Dec. 12, '83.
W. E. LYNcn, ESQ.,
,J?dgeficltl C H., &'. G
. DEAB SIR: Having learned that you
are U?idHng Dr. R. R.-Holt's Dyspeptic
Elixir, I take pleasure in stating that I
have known.tho proprietor of this medi
cine for several years, and that you can
rely upon any statement which he makes
concerning this or any "other subject. I
am also acquainted- With Dr. Dozier, of ?
Morris Station, from whom Dr. Holt has
a certificate with retem.ee to his medi
cine,' irJt? T have no hesitation in stating
that he is one ol' the ; ii rsi mon in the
wholeof Q?llni?n Co., Ga.
L. YANCEY DEAN.
A few more of those beautiful Mar
seiU.es and Honey Quilts, just opened, |
and must go low down? af_.
feb f J fj.pl. COBB'S.
.- ?,L^J| |-'. i?
?&- Go to SKU.VSON'S and look at his
as?ortment of ^ French, Stick and Toy
Candies to arrive'th'is week.
BRUNSON hap?j??t received a fresh
suppig ,of Virginia .Leaf Chewing To
bacco,' Seal of N. C. Smoking Tobacco
and RoyaLjLJigars, ;
A fine assortment of first-class JEW
ELRY is now exhibited at
fflOct. 8, G. L. PENN ?fe SON'S.
Young Hyson and English breakfast
Tea,-beet:'Lanndry; large lump Starcb,
exclusively for cash and cheap, at
feb "7"'"" 1 * "COBB'S.
Quick as Electricity and Safe as Gov- j
. ? er onie tit Bond.?.
Quick as electricity, safe as Govern
ment bonds, and sure as the law of grav
itation ! We allude to Penn's Bitters.
The doctors now order these Bitters uni
versally ; and, what is more to the point
we have never, heard' a complaint from
any one-^h?*h*B nsed tbeml' Yon can
go elsewhere-if your liver will bear you
out in the operation-aud get other, and
cheaper, and more foreign Bitters, but
well-there's no use talking. Penn's
Bitters are the real thing for the liver.
A few nice Gents' Suits on hand, to go
for leas than .cost, at
imar] J. M. COBB'S.
$1.00, Cash, will buy 20 yds. of ?, or 16
yds. of 3, or 12 yds. of 4-4 Graniteville
> Girting, or 12 ydrf. of Graniteville Drills,
i.nor at . J. M. COBB'S.
Ou Sunday next the Rev. H. A. Whit
man will preach in our Baptist Church.
The Rev. W. S. Wightman will preach at
Barr's Chapel. Rev. S. L Morris will preach
at Highview church in the forenoon,
and at Trenton in the evening. The Rev.
J. D. Bowles, Lutheran, will preach at St.
Mark's. The Rev. J. Walter Dickson will
preach at New Shiloh in the forenoon, and
at Zoar in the afternoon. The Rev. A.
M, Chreitzberg will preach at Providence
in the forenoon, and at Batesbnrg in the
afternoon. The Rev. J. Ware Brown
will preach al Mt. Vernon in the forenoon,
and at Mt. Carmel in the afternoon. The
Rev. J. S. jordan will preach at Bold
Spring. The Rev. J. K. Fant will preach
at Bethany. The Rev. J. P. Mealing will
preach at Ebenezer in the forenoon, and
at Horn's Creek in the afternoon. The
Rev. G. W. Bussey will preach at Parks
vilie in the forenoon, and at Plum Branch
in the afternoon.
Hussars, meet at the Pavilion on Sat
Tu Supreme Court.
A number of our lawyers are off to Co
lumbia this week, in attendance upon the
Dr. W. E. Prescott, of the Antioch Sec
tios, has been appointed a Notary Public
by Governor Thompson.
We will send the ADVERTISER and the
Detroit Free Press both one year for
three dollars. The Free Press is the
great funny paper of the United States.
The Right Reverend W. B. W. Howe
will preach in the Church of Our Savior
at Trenton on Sunday morning next. In
the evenmg he will preach in Trinity
Church, Edge field.
To Vorkvii: e.
Our young friend, Mr. Branson Hol
lingsworth, the only son of John H. Hol
lingsworth, Esq., will depart from among
us in a few days for Yorkville, there to
enter Col. Coward's military scjool.
The Advertlner Horse Book.
All our subscribers now ask for our
horse book which is given when the sub
scription is paid for the paper. This book
tells you what is the matter with your
sick horse and what to give bim to effect
Mr. E. L. Roche, the very efficient Supt.
of the State Agricultural and Mechanical
Society will accept our thanks for a com
plimentary ticket to the exhibition, which
bsgan in Charleston on the 29:h instant
and will end on the 23d cf February.
The gin hou?e of Mrs. Susan Walker,
in Aiken County, was destroyed by fire
on the 10th of lase November, and the
barn of Dr. H. A. Shaw of Edgefield, was
destroyed by fire on the 23d bl Novem
ber. A reward of $50 is offered for the
arrest of the barn burner in each of these
Board of Health.
A new duty for our Town Council will
be the appointment of a Board of Health.
Said Board is to consist of not lesa
than three members, one of whom mu?t
be a graduate of medicine in good stand
ing. Should cur municipal authorities
fail to appoint such a local Board, the
State Board must do so.
Prettv Hadfy Gored.
Edmunds got pretty badly gored by
Butler in the Senate spat over the con
firmation of Speer. The South Carolina
Senator disposed of the bloody froth of
the Vermont vituperator about aa- effect
uallv as he dispelled the " empty vapor
ings" of Conkliug on a similar occasion.
A band of so-called Gypsies camped in
our town for three or four days last week.
The band consisted of two white women
three cr four half naked little children, a
hdf-naked negro man, a half naked negro
girl, six scraggy horses, one scraggy mule,
sjveral scraggy dogs, and three wagons.
One of the women told fortunes. And
the band shared the honors of public at
tention with the Wizard Oil Troupe.
Gov. Hagood's Stock Farm.
Gov. Hagood's Saluda stock farm has
been conducted on business principles and
is a pronounced success. Five bundled
head of steck are kept all the year round
and in eeven years only, two have been
killed by dogs and none have been stolen.
A shepherd and bis well trained dog bring
up all the animals at night and pen them
in secure and comfortable quarters -Pal
Capt G. B. Lake.
Senator M. C. Butler's resolution to al
low each Senator a clerk at $6 a day, was
agreed to on Thursday of last week, and
he immediately appointed Capt. George
B. Lake as his own clerk. Col. Jas. R
Randall, of the Augusta Chronicle and
Constitutionalist, was appointed as clerk
to Senator Joe Brown, of Georgia. Two
or three days before this, Capt. Lake had
been turned out of the position he had
previously occupied, on account of being a
The Delinquent Lands.
With reference to those persons whosj
names appear on the Delinquent land list
for Pickens and Wise Townships, two are
not published at all, two have paid their
taxes and have shown us their receipts,
and all the others have tendered their
taxes and the Treasurer's clerk declined to
receive them. These are the facts as to
the Townships named. It will be remem
bered that the ADVERTISER declined to
publish the Delinquent list last year, Le
cause of divers illegalities. This year there
were so many more of such illegalities that
the list waa. aot even offered to us.
The Wizard Oil Troupe.
From Tuesday night until Saturday
night of last week,.the Wizard Oii Troupe
delighted our community. They proved
to be quiet, pleasant, intelligent, gentle
manly men. They play quite well on one
or two instruments, and their singing is
really admirable. In choruses, particu
larly, they are charming. And as regards
Dr. Burt, the spokesman and scientific
man of the troupe, he is a born comic ac
tor, and one of brilliant gifts. He would
make Job forget bis troubles and laugh,
and the Mother of the Maccabees, and
Lazarus, and Poe'B Raven, and all the
other melancholy characters of sacred and
secular history. Edgefield loved the
Wizard Oil men. And the Wizard Oil
men departed declaring that they would
die clasping the dear memory of Edgefield
to their bosoms.
THE AOVERTISER Office is prepared to
do BRIEF work with neatness and dis
par- The place to buy Geld Medal
Elour, Fresh Cream Cheese and the finest
Maccaroni, is at
For the Advertiser.
Concerning Certain Delinquent
MESSRS. EDITORS : The County Au
ditor has advertised, in the columns
of the Edgefield Chronicle, for sale,
under the head of "Delinquent Land
Sales," a certain "House and Lot,"
described as situated in " Wise Town
ship," which Baid property the under
signed, as guardian, had returned. I
will, by way of explanation, submit
the following brief statement:
In the month of October of last
year, and before the time for the pay
ment of taxes had expired, I offered I
to pay, and tendered in lawful money,
to the County Treasurer at his ciRce,
the full sum of all taxes assessed and
charged against said property, as ly
ing and being in the said Wise Town
ship; that is to say, ull State and
County taxes. But the said Treas
urer refused lo receive and receipt for
the Same. The correctness ol this
statement, I apprehend, will not 1 e
In view of the above, will any fair
minded man say that said property is
delinquent, or that I am in default,
as to sa.d State and County tax? Will
the executive branch of the govern
ment force to sale said propel ty on
account of State and County taxes?
Has the administration of the afLirs
of this State fallen into the hands of |
men so unmindful of the principles
of justice and the property rights of
individual citizens, as to permit such
a thing to be done ?
If so, then the time to -agitate the
propriety, nay, necessity, for displac
ing those now in authority, basc?me.
R. G. M. DUNOVANT-.
The Ludieran Church at Leesville
Wins an Injune t i ou Case in Court.
Hon. Wm. T. Gary received intelli
gence to day from across the river of
winning au important case, in v.hich
he represented in his able, earnt-st-and
eloquent way, the Lutheran church
and congregation in Leesville, S. C.
The issue was the settlement of the
church and school property in Lees
ville, school trustees having taken
charge of the properly and the con
gregation having brought a bill of in
junction restraining the school trustees
in their action.
The church and congregation were
represented by Major Gary, of Au
gusta, and H. A. Meetze, Esq , of
Lexington, the counsel on the oth. r
side being B W. Betti?, E; q , of Edge
field, and Attorney General Youmans,
of South Carolina. Tba hill of in
junction was argued before Judgf
Kershaw, in Camdem, a few d-tys
ago by Major Gary and Attorney
General Youmans, and alter re^L-iving
his opinion the Judge has given bis
decision in favor of tbechurchard con
gregation.-Augusta Evening Nlws.
The Mexican Treaty.
The Senate has rejected the Mexi-.
can Treaty and has thus prevented
the establishment of reciprocal trade
with that couutrv. To the Southwest,
where a large Mexican trade ia grow
ing year by year, this will ba a serious
blow, unless the action of the Senate
is reconsidered and the treaty con
firmed, but the vote does not (.-ive
much promise of such a result.-Ecg
Three homicides in South Carolina
were reported in the Nexus and Cou
Her yesterday. One was in Richland,
where an oid and iu< Ife'nsive man
was beaten to death, and two were in
Lancaster. No one of the accused
has been arrested so far ; bur, in the
Richland case, the constanta ate
hunting for the offender, and, in the
Lancaster cases, wat rants have leen
issued. Nothing lees than the hang
ing of some specimen wb?Hkey<!rir;k
ing man-killers will put a H np to the
bloodv work.-News and Courier.
There ie some surprise among Sen
ator Butler's friends ut bia modified
attitude on the repeal of the internal
revenue laws. He appears to have
adopted the views of Mr. Ph
Thompson, of Kentucky, whose hi i I
is said to be really that of Speaker
Carlisle, and representa a compromise
that the whiskey men agree to. AH
Senator Butler is to make a Epeeih
upon this subject, it may be just ; s
well to wait until he defines his posi
tion ; but I am pretty confident that
it will not differ materially from his
published opinion in the News and\
Couria-o?last week.-Augusta Chroni
The City Council of Atlanta has
appropri?t'd $52,000 for the public
school system. The schools are kept
open all the year round.
?tr Buy Boots and Shoes of N. W.
MuarHKY & SON, Augusta, Ga. Tho
best goods and lowest prices.
jy The best grades of Chewing and
moking Tobacco, at PENN'S.
SST School Books and Stat.ellery
in great variety-at
G. L. PENN ?fc SON'S.
$'..00, Cash, will buy 10 lbs. ot' Granu
lated Sugar at
tmarl J. M. COBB'S.
j&r Jersey bull and Jersey bull calves
for sale. [OJ O. P. Cir EATHA M.
$1.00, Cash, will buy 8 lbs. or good Kio I
tmarl J. M. COBB'S.
Now is the timo to get a bargain
in Overcoats, Snit of Clothes or Bed
Blankets, at J. M. COBB'S.
Loss Than Cost.
I am soiling out my stock of Ladies'
Walking Jackets and Cloaks for $2.:"0.
$3.00, $4.00, $5 00 and $6.00-former price
$3.50. $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 and $10.00.
lmar] J. M. COBB.
Ladies' French and Curacoa Kid Boots
are selling at a reduction of 50c < n the
pair, at COBB'S.
Some desirable Goods offering at
JAS. M. COBB'S, to close out winter
stock, at very low prices for cash. New
Domestics just opening. Bed Blankets
and Comforts cheap. Beal Bargains in
Clothing ami Woolen Goods. (-HO
Dr. Holt's Dyspeptic Elixir will
cure any caso of Dyspepsia, Indigestion
Constipation, and Heart Disease caused
by Indigestion. For sale by
50] W. E. LYNCH.
?Sf- J. W. McKenzie, Montezuma, Ga.,
says Dr. Holt's Dyspeptic Elixir cured
him of Chronic Liver Disease of three
years standing. For sale by
50] W. E. LYNCH,
Go to Penn's Tar anything you need, in
his lino, aud you will bo sure to lind il
B?lST'S MID SIBLEYS
CROP OF 1883.
IO insure a Good Garden, you must plant GOOD SEED I The above j
have invariably proved themselves Superior to all othbra sold in this market.
A complete assortment just received and for sale by
Or. L. PENN & SON.
Edcefleld, S. C., Jan. 29, '84.
HIS of EMOTES,
LS TSK BEST. ? "
WARM OT. COLD
. TAKE FRO AT
WELL OR TANK.
OVER 1,000 IB) USB.
ALSO, TUE Tho best Tank Pump
Made; will work clear
or muddy water; satis
faction guaranteed ; ca
pacity 100 to 1:0,000 gsl
iou8 per hour. Price $7
Jet PUmpS, I^Send for circulars to
GEORGE E. LOMBARD & CO.,
Foundry, Machine and Boiler Works,
. AUGUSTA, GA.
Wo keep on hand a Lirgo Stquk-of^
? Kinds of Engines and tt^s,
nd Pipingand Fittings at Lowest
And Pipin(rand Fittings at Lowest Prices. Special attention to Eugine and
Mill work. With First-class Tools and men, weare prepared to do all kinds of J
Iron Work in the liest manner. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOSE.
Jan. 20, 1881-ly]
D. M. FERRY & CO.'S
RELIABLE AND POPULAR,
JUST received a FULL, FRESH and COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of GAR
DEN SEED, grown and put up by D. M. FERRY <? CO , which I warrant to
bo of the best quality and as represented. .
Please examine my cssortment before purchasing elsewhere.
D. R. DURISOE,
Jan. 30, 18S-?.-2m8_ ADVERTISER BUILDING.
A very LARGE and COMPLETE ASSORTMENT just received ; and
while I expect to. keep a full supply" of EACH VARIETY thioughout the
season, you'would do ?veli to make your selection at once.
Landreth's Seeds are not Surpassed by
And i Warrant them Frosty Fare* and Just as Repre
W. E. LYNCH
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Jan. 23,1884
Again oilir lo the Ctnecmere of Gua?p^their well known and reliable
brands, viz :
. Lowe's Georgia Formula,
WITH OH WITHOUT POTASH.
Also, KAINIT of our own importation PURE GROUND BONE.
LAND PLASTER, NITRATE OF SODA;COTTON SEED MEAL and
ALL FERTILIZING MATERIALS.
Correspondence solicited from all who want, first class Guanos. Special
Bmnds made when deeired. Address GEORGIA CHEMICAL WORKS,
M. A. STOVALL, Treasurer,
Jan. 23, 1684.-2m] AUGUSTA, GA.
THE BIGGEST TKCIHSTO- "YETI
AIKEN, S. C.
Everything pertaitdng to this Class of work done with dispatch and by the
most competent workmen. *
HORSE SI?OEIISTGr I
The Slate cannot, boat us on this class of work. Give us Just one trial and see
If it is not so.
All kinds of Carriage- and Wagon Painting done by one of the best painters in
tho country. ?..
OW Wagons repaired and Big Stock of new Wagons and Buggies nu hand. We
guarantee all ot'our work to bo equal to any producod by shops cither North or
South. All work fully guarr.ntoed.
Jan. 2.1883.-3ml) . . AIKEN. S. C.
Application for Final Settle
ment and Discharge*
ALL persons are hereby notiiied that
on the '-st day of March, A. D., 1884,
at 10 o'clock, a. m.. I will apply to W.
F. Roath, Jtfdgo of Probate E. 0., for a
Dna! settlement and discharge of tho du
ties as Administrator of tho Estate of G.
W. Nixon, deu'd.
I). M. NIXON, Ad'or.
Jan. 15, 1884.-71?
NAVISO concluded to resume tho
practico of Medicine, I respectfully
oiler my services to the public.
F. R. TI M M ONS, M. D.
Dec. 25, 188" -2m_
Onion Sets !
I>ED and WHITE, at 25 cents per
ii quart, at
Nov. 28, 51] DUKISOE'S Grocery.
UNDER and by virtue of an order of I
the Probate Judge of Edgefield
County. State of South Carolina, I will
proceed to sell, at tho late residence of |
tho deceased, in the Connty and State
aforesaid, on the 7th day of February,
A.D. IK84, all the personal property of I
tho estate of Mary Gomillion, deceased, |
consisting of two mules and household
and kitchen furniture. Terms cash.
MARK TON EY, Ex'or.
Jan. li), 1884.-217
A t lor ne y ?a t-La w,
Edgefield C. H.? S- C.
rsa* Office near residence.
Feb. 7, 1883,
i - I : .. bi??oa >dJ OT?DDVI lau isnodi
JANUARY M: 1884
.2!31?t?A i ^OflTj
SSH f?Wa f
COTTON FACTOR. &: G ?ANO 'JDE? LER
. . ? "ii. et??w7/ t-?: ~*. -'. i .
.*. : *?i z: 1 v.r..
. " j , . acrt* jjn?7o; rm di ? 7
I am now prepared to offeVto'th? Thuitera of fieorgta-ami Sooth Caro
lina a very high grade of ?MC? j
; (Or Grerman Potash_Salt8.)
These articles have been ? sed very: extensively with- th? Very 'best re
sults. Being so much cheaper that, the Itfampn??ted'Guanos,"' they will be
very generally used the coming season, and:it'wO?rdB?;wen^^Mcare'your
supply early. l am also .offering " Antmolifale^ of the
Highest GradeB: ? . d ?,. . , f?L'!?? tmvm -V
"THE VICTOR." ???.^Ttfi? CHESAPEAKE."
, .. ... .......r g i*s ~ , .
Both of which are well and favorably known throughout "the Sooth. '
I^As I do not intend to appoint'any Agents, I will sell to the Pish*
direct, giving them the benefit of th? ie inmissions^usually given to A/
I will sell any of the above, named articles for ??t?btffhe Firsij/
or November, or with Cotton Option,..,. t3A ^^?i^y, ,*../
Special inducements r tiered to. Parties or Clubs toyiogjcr c
quantities. Correspondence soTicited. ,j;;S3a tc ...
Dec. 19, 1883 -3m] ! : J Ulli? , W. ;W/**V
ROBERT WALTON. [TESTAninsBm> .1864, ] ... . . .
r. , I WALTON? CLARK; .
Jenner..!/ j R0IiERT WALTONS: CO. '? ? 1 ]
...... ?it,t.M ./r .' I . fi-TJtod ii s Vii ll; J?
GRAIN, FLOUR AND GENER AL
PRODUCE COM?V1.?SSION! M? RC H A NT
846 Broad and 849 Eilis Streets
. . ? ??-*'; ic v?t ?' sd uacs .
.f. - Aii^l?tr^.^.I>ecefrAe?:l8?h, 1883.
We would inform ocr South Carolina friends that: we now have a large
stock of STAPLE and FANCY.GROCERIES, and. will endeavor to .moka
it to their interest to deal with uojor cash. We will be pleased to serve
them in the SALE OF OATS or bflfer GH??N, and COUNTRY PRODUCE
of all kinds, obtaining the'beet'mftTkitT prices and rendering prompt retorne,
3m2] JRespeclfuVy;^^-' ??? htnoE ^'W.-'K^ ?S. :
I Have the. BestloV for Jew Ground and Cane Land lade
HUNTER'S GENUINE FARMER'S FRIEND PLOW,
BLUE ?>ONEY PLOW; E
Are not excelled, both as to Qualify'-and CKeapness.
Manufacturer of "Dow Law Cotton Hanter "
A large Stock of SWEEPS. TWIN SHOVELS, STRAIGHT SHOVELS, BULL
TONGUES, and PLOW MATERIAL OF? AL KIND3
Whlch will be'sold'at Lowest Prices. '
Jan. 8, 1384 -3m5]
JOHN BONES MOOEE,
627 Broad St., AUGUSTA, U.
Ik StiU'S??Hriij ;v Frill TJi?8*Wl
FUR NIF ? K E
.At the Old Stand, 549 Broad St.
All kinds of WOOD and METALLIC CASES, COFFINS and CASKETS, on
I. [Oct; 3,1883.-13'?
T. W. CCS^ERY, President. . ^ ' J. .T, JS?WBERy^^?^ifir.
ITS .-, JT^*
Jt.:^-4 Je .? -i?
^ JL J WAA SJL ?j -
CAPITAL, all paid up - , - - 8100,060.
Collections Carefully A t?( nd ed to and Promptly Remitted for.
Drafts on all Parts of the World '.'OF Sade. Emigrant Tickets
from England, ireland or Scotland, to ?Augusta; for $30.
Interest Allowed or. Deposits in the Savings Department.
T. W. C'OXKKKY, OUST. Voi.OKR, J. A. A. W. CLARK, JOHK T. MlU.KH,
'/, M(;CORD, P. Cowl*, V W. H. HoWArj>,,v . H. ROWLEY.
D. R. WRIGHT, H. B, KINO, - , W.M.JORDAN?
Oct. 3, im-tf 43 ' - . -
Ta Ci BLIGH
? IMPORTER AN.J JOBBER-.OF.?
Glass, OMna, Earthenware,
905 BROAD STREET,
Nov. 7, 1883 - 3//1
is now receiving' ? - . *
TOYS, FIREWORKS, FRUITS;
CANNED MEATS, M'
CANNED VEGETABLES, NU;TS,.
CROCKERY, GLAS?, TINWARE,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Fresh PORK SAUSAGE received,
weekly from Richmond, Va.
Come and look through. - Fresh
Goods received daily.. Something
NEW always to be found' at the New
W. U. ?ltl.XSOX, Vgt.
Dec IS, 1SS3.-49 . ; _ :
0 O T T O N S E E D.
We will pay the b!?licst cssb price for
sound, dry GATTON 8EED, throUgb our
local agenta, at alf railroad stations and
steamboatlan (ll aga' in this State during
this ssasou.'. ? - ? " - ? ,T 5?? f'
. ?We 'will siso exchauge Cotton Seed
MCHI for TOTTON SEED." Write "Tor
pani pfc leta. Correspondence colici ted.
Ch?rlestoji Oil ManofaciurinR to.,
> ( .28 BROA D ST REET, ...
I. ? " ' CHART.KSTON, 8. C.
J 8?pU;19, 1883.--3m40^ % '
RICH'D. G. BONHAM. | JAS. BONHAM
BONHAM & BONHAM
Ai lorne ys-ai-Law,
EDGEFIELD, S. O.
S&- OUI ct; in Advertiser Building.
Jan. 22, 1883.-tt 7
TUE best Smoking Tobacco on the
market, and warranted genuine, tor
D. R. DURTSOE,
Nov. 28,-51J Advertiser Building.
Application for Charter.
To alt to whom these presents vuiy com? :?
Take n??oe.' tb?t "we the-mem
bers of St. Mark?,-Corjnth and Trinity
Lutheran Churches, of ^?o. 7 Pastorate
of tbo'S?)U?h Carolina Synod, nave made
application to tho Clerk of the Courter
i,Com mon Pleas lor Edgefield. County to
have the above named Choir he? C imr
tared according to law. 7?;.
j V^' - - H. H. RISER, . , .
.:. l?Hc J: J. R. RAUCH,
. .J.HALTIWANQER, .
Dec.%, l?88;^St3] ' Committee.
[?X?S iQ.U : ? ' Std? ?-?CC-?Z
"Vf OW oh hand YARNALL'8 SPOOJ?
??N ?fCAH BA KTNG- POWDER: ? T?e: *'
best Baking Powder-on the market. Al-,
ways pi ves entire satis action. Try a
Can and yo o w i i ose no other. ' It makes -
thu lightest and most delicious Biscuit,
Pastry, Cake?, Ac.: Every Can guaran
teed to give .s?t??faction, or money re- .
funded. For hale, in 5,10,20 and 40 ots.
Cans,.by ti w .
D. R. ?URISOEV
Dec. 5, '83.] Advertiser Building.
The Best Segar ia Town I
OLD, mild and deliciously fragrant- J
For sale by.
Se, , 12]
I). K. DURISOE.