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TERMS: $2.00 per Annum,
OUR AGENTS :
. W. W. Ow DOH, Chappell?, 8. C.
W.H. YKLDKLI,, Loupa?ire**.
JOHN H. H DI KT, Balesvllle. -
W. A. ODOM, Meeting Street.
J J. X. D?R?T, XlrkaeyB X Road*.
; E. B. FORREST, Mine Creek.
TYKE RTHERKDGE, Leo? vii lo, 8. 0.
JAS. L. QUINSY & Co., Granlteville.
Dr. JOHN B. ABNKY, Langley, 8. C.
N. W. BROOK ER, Ridge, S. C.
JOHN CAVOHM AN, Caugbman's Stoie.
WILLIAM KINAKD Etheridge.
J. S. MERC?IA?T, Merchant.
,,T. R. WHATLEY, Parkaviile.
L. B. WHATLEY, Troy.
The price of THE ADVERTISER ia $2.00
per annum, in advance.
Dea:h cf 8. W. Nicholson, Esq,, or j
This widely-known and honored citi
zen died athis beautiful hereditary home,
Elmwood, where lie the ashes of his fore
fathers, on Monday afternoon last at 6
o'clock-after a gradual failing of sever
al years and a serious illness of some j
weeks. Mr.~Nicholson, the eldest son,
if we-mistake not, of a family promi
nent and honored in Edgefield in its very
earliest dava, was a man of remarkable
practical vigor of mind, allied to stern
integrity and great industry. So great
indeed were bis practical talent and in
dustry that he was throughout his life a
wealthy man. From his youth, too, he
was a worthy member of the Baptist
Church-conscientious and generous al
ways in the discharge of his duty to
churches, preachers, and the cause of |
Christ. Mr. Nicholson, if we not great
ly err, had about reached his seventy
second year. His funeral, attended by
the entire Elmwood section, took place
at his old home on Wednesday morning^
and his mortal remains were laid among [
,^~^t>s^fflrv'i3-fstb'?r: ttttr'^ ^' ' ''"'liligi
1 of so old and prominent a citizen as Mr. I
Nicholson makes a notable event indeed
in Edgefield County. His surviving chil
dren are Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Dobson and
Mrs. Roath, of Ed gel: old, Mrs. Tanna
hill, of Augusta, Mrs. Coleman, of John
ston, Mrs. Boatwrlght, of Philippi, Mrs.
Norris, of Elmwood, and Mr. Memmin
ger Nicholson, of Antioch.
Corporators ol Augusta and Edge
Senator Cal?son requests us to
make the following announcement :
The Corporators of the Augusta
and Edgefield Railroad Company are
requested to meet at Edgefield C. H.
on Monday, 3d day of August proxi
mo. ' JAS. CALLISON.
Petit Jurors for the August Terni.
F P Dorn, W A Reynolds,
A J Clegg, R P Holloway,
J B Padgett, Jas E Sbealy, Jr.,
Geo R Shaffer, Wm J Padgett,
Edwin Cromly, Willis Whittle,
F B Callison, R A Cochran,
E W Dowty, Wyllo Burnett,
S W Gardner, Whitfield Brooks,
Hardy Crouch, W A Watson,
J W Hill, J R Crouch,
JL M Crouch, G W Black,
J M Cogburn, D S Du BOHO,
W H Mayson, Ii O Henderson,
J D Eidson, Jus II Riser,
J C Mitchell, Pierce Sadler,
Jacob L Smith, P B Mavsou,
F J Butler, DBS Whittle,
Jos Tompkins, F \V Trotter.
J C Mayson, L C Gibson,
S CStalnaker, N M Burckhalter,
J C Whatley, M D Lyou,
Edd T Talley, R J Johnson,
T J Lyon,- J J Blackwell,
A L Bushnell, R E Broadwater,
W H Bush, J T Cooke,
Frank Elienburgh, Sam Cbealbant,
W 8 Weat, It R Grigsby,
Mark Crouch, P K Haning,
Take advantage of the earliest seasons
?nd put in a big crop of Ruta Bagas. For
man and beast there is nothing belter.
They keep well. Buist's reliable seeds
tor sale by
G. L. PENN & SON.
Kew Lawns, Muslins, Piques, Dress
Hoods, Laces, Fans, Gloves, Fancy But
tons, Pearl Battons, and other summer
HSowltiea, open this week at
86 pr. of Ladies' Butter Cup and Ope
ra Slippers-Misses' and Children's Slip
pers, new styles, opened this week at
Gentlemen's Slippers and Low-quar
tered Shoes offered low at Headquarters.
28] J. M. COBB.
Fresh Soda, Snow Flake and Swee
prackers, Soda, Snap, Starch, Blueing,
lld the best assortment of Garden Seeds
W. H. BRUNSON S, Ag't
Buckleo's Arnica Salve.
Tho best Salve in the world for Cots,
bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
? Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chit
ins, and all Skin Eruptions,
"STiesror uu par-m>
.qnired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by W. E.
Lynch, Edgefield C H., and S. T. Hughes
lt Shall Pat Sickness au?! Suffering
I nder Koot!
It shall cure all the people and put
sickness and suffering, under foot! We
mean Penn's Bitters, the comfort, the
irefuge, the salvation of millions. Add
(disease upon disease, and let the worst
.come, we are safe if we use Penn's Bitters,
Though thon diest with dyspepsia, torpid
.liver, biliousness and headache yot shall
lihou live if thou takest Penn's Bitters.
What woman is there, weak, fooble and
?lek, who useth Penn's Bitters, and is not
made strong and cheerful by it ? Indeed
all oar pains and aches and diseases go
like chaff before the wind whenever we
wisely have recnurao to Penn's Bitters.'
Approved School Checks and County
paper. W. E. LYNCH.
Meal, Floor, Grits, Bacon, Lard, Hains,
Canned Goods, C. O. Syrup, Vinegar,
Roasted Coffee and Garden Seeds, now
Bo Not sup Up On the Ruta-Haga
Go at once to G. L. Penn &. .Son's and
buy your Rota Bags Seed. And by no
means lose the now rapidly approaching
opportunity for getting them in the
ground. Veiy soon there will be copi
ons rains. And afterwards not again per
haps for a mdtyth. Hurry therefore to
Penn's and .secure your Rnta Baga Seed
?^-or any other sort of turnip you desire
-Buist's freshest and best.
THE ADVERTISER Office is prepared to
do BRIEF work with neatness and dis
On Sunday morning next, the Rev. S.
L, Morris will preach in our Presbyterian
Church. Tho Rev. H. A. Whitman will
preach at Republican. The Rev. E. T.
Walker will preach at Kaolin. The Re?.
VV. A. Gaines will preach at Sister Springs.
The Rev. J. D.. Bowles will preach at
Carinii). The Rev. D. D. Dantiler -viii
pi each at Johnston in the forenoon, and
at Spann's in the afternoon. The Rev. N.
N. Burton will preach at Dr/ Creek. The
Rev. S. J. Bethea will preach at Plum
Branch in the forenoon and at Parksville
in Hie tiilernoon. The Rev. T. P. Phillips
will preach at Bethel in the forenoon and
at Rehoboth in the afternoon. The Rev.
J. P. Mealing will preach at Antioch. The
Rev. J. C. Browne will preach at Philippi.
The Rev. J. A. Bell will preach at Re
hoboth. The Rev. M. D, Padgett will
preach at West Creek. The Rev. A. M.
Chreitzberg will preach at Ridge SpriDg
in the forenoon and at Batesbnrg in the
afternoon. The Rev. J. S. Jordau will
preach at Damascus. The Rev. G. W.
Bracey will preach at Red Oak Grove in
the iorenoon, and at Modoc in the alter
n?os. The Rev. J. Walter Dickson will
p. ?^st Emory in the forenoon, and at
B\ r iii the afternoon. The Rev. J. M.
Rushton will preach at Bethlehem. The
Rev. J.K. Pace will preach at Bateaburg.
The, Rev. W. T. Hundley will preach at
Johnston. The Rev. G. F. Wilhams will
preach at Ridge Spring. The Rev. J. F.
McMillan will preach at Mountain Creek.
The August term will begin on Monday
the 3rd ?ay of the month. Judge Ker
shaw will preside.
Rev. lt. W. Barnwell.
Ga Sunday morning next, the Rev. R.
W. Barnwell will preach in Grace Church
Ridge Spring. At night, he will preach
in tue Church of Our Savior at Trenton.
The (?range Representative^
i-Aa wjygigttid by LhtJ !AITVKBTISER, Mr.
Joe Clerk, of Harmony has been appoint
ed by the Edgefield Grangers as their repre
sentative at Bennettsville. He is an ad
mirable man for the occasion.
To Ht a netts; ville.
The railroad passes for our delegates to
Bennettsville will be forwarded direct to
[Joh O. F. Cheatham, Secretary; and these
gentlemen will leave our town ?or the
Easton Tuesday morning, the 4th August.
Edgefield vs. Edisto.
The great picnic at Clinton ward is to
:lose with a match game of base ball
Edgefiald vs. Edisto. A nine from our
pillage cl nb against the Edistos. Fun
Uoarterly ot Trenton.
Oa Saturday and Sunday next, the third
Quarterly Conference of Edgefield Circuit,
"or the current year, will be held in Jones
Jhapej, Trenton. The Rev. A. Coke
3mi?h will preside; and the meeting, we
ire informed, will be protracted far into
;he coming week.
Rev. Mr. (wie tc hi us.
This popular divine, of the Second Pres
byterian Church, of Augusta, is now in
mr midst, assisting the Rev. S. L. Morris
n a protracted meeting. Mr. Goetchius
s preaching twice a day, forenoon and
light, and is on each ocasi?n delighting
\ large congregation.
Rev. L? P. Kealy.
Notwithstanding the Quarterly Confer
ence ni. Trenton, the Rev. Mr. 'Beaty will
seep his appointment in our village Meth
. t?|i nl.nr^h nn Sunday bight next. And
Tuesday's mail brought us valuable
?mmunications from Fort Worth, Lees
ville, Parksville, Modoc, Johnston and
Ninety-Six, Havinggiven up all our avail
iblo space to the publication of the agri
mltura) essays, we must beg our friends,
he writers of these communications, to
vait upon us until next week.
'ciiiilc i ot' Co. B.
This, interesting reunion will call to
gether in our town on Saturday next,
nany gallant old cavalrymen of the army
if Virginia. Col. Miller and Lieut. Baus
:et wilt make addresses. M ay bin Griffin,
,he colored barber-the best barbecue cook
n the land-will lay a sumptuous feast in
:jnnectioc with this reunion, at whicj the
lurvivors and the public generally can get
i lordly dinner for 50 cents.
rbis Way, President Tillman.
Capt. B. R. Tillman, President of our
\gricultural Society, is a man who writes
'urrenU c?lamo. Therefore we bespeak
>f him, very earnestly, a substantial ac
:ount of the proceedings at Bennettsville
-wi:h a description of that Eastern conn
try an? ifn farming. In this way he might
:>ut before the people of our County a
valuable statement of the status ol' agri
culture in our State. Nor need you abate
i jot or tittle, Capt., of what you might
ffish to say. The ADVERTISER will give
fou plenty of room
r.-oy Vii. F.dgeiielu,
Avgr having charmed us with rain
't'^^ignd mirth on the evening of the
26,^W?roy boys will on the following
lay meet the Edgefield boys on the fale
ui diamond. Who bets on Troy ? Who
)ets oa Edgefield ? It will be delightfully
exciting ! Bat horrible anxiety fills our
aboring bosom as we contemplate the
loasibilities. We beseech you, Edgefield
line, young as you are in the business, to
;o to work at once, and, if necessary, piac
he your arms and legs and heads entirc
rite Episcopal Entertainment.
In order to give place to the Troy Min
itrels on the evening of the 30th for the
lenefit cf the Presbyterian Church, the
Episcopal Entertainment at Mrs. Wigfall's
viii bc hastened on by two days. It will
ake place on the evening of Tuesday the
?Sib. On tbis occasion the Concert will
ie most charming. We will mention at
andom, some features of thc programme,
drs. Milton Parker and Miss Tunie Till
uan will open it with a grand piano duet
il ?ss Tillman will also play that most ex
[uiaite of all modern salon pieces, As
her's "Alice." Miss Mae Dozier, a radi
;ntly beautiful little debutante, who, for
o young a person, plays wonderfully well,
?ill render one or two lovely morceaux,
diss Lola Kirkland, Dr. Hammet Teague,
)r. Newton Teague and Capt. M. A.
ulaikert will sing many fine solos, duets
nd tirios, ranging from grave to gay.
'adel M. C. Butler and Mr.Charlie Griffin,
.nth "natural born" musicians, will ap
pear in captivating specialties. Mrs. Mil
on Parker, Mrs. Dagas and Miss Emmie
foxier will assist Mr. James T. Bacon in
baying the accompaniments. And the
peretta of "Diamond Cut Diamond" will
e sung, as before, by Mrs. Kale Cheatham
nd Mr. Jas. M. Cobb. On this occasion
here will be no supper or fair, but such
efreshmenfs as ices and lemonade. Ad
lission, for adults, 50 cents ; for children,
5 cents. The cauee in which these
Episcopal ladies and their friends labor, is,
a3 is known to the public, a good and nn
The Cl lu ton wan! Picnic.
This grand and delightful afiair is to
come to happy consummation on Friday
of thia week. And overwhelming is the
interest manifestcil in it.on all sides. Since
our last issue, thc invitations have gone
forth. They are very handsome, and an
ernest of what is to come. God being
our helper, we shall he there.
The Baptist Association.
The EdgefielJ Baptist Association will
meet this year with Ked O.tk Grove
Church, on the West side. This will give
the Weet side-and indeed the selfsame
section-both of the important. Baptist
meetings of the year, lt will be remem
bered that the County Sunday School
Convention is to meet at Parkaville on
Wendesday oi-next. week.
From Albany, f?a.
From this fair metropolis of Southwest
Georgia comes to na, on a summer visit,
Mr C. W. Rawson, a young gentleman
so prepossessing in appearance, maimer and
character aa to at ouce win the good will
of our whole community. Love and money
aie the two great powers that move this
world, and the men and women who live
in it. And it is not money that bringa
young.Mr. Rawson to Edgefield I
Tbe Troy Minstrels.
On the evening ot the 30th instant, aa
foreshadowed last week the Troy Minstrels
will give a Concert in our town for the
benefit of the Presbyterian Church. Thea?
are fine young fellows, musically gifted
and of high social standing. Their com
ing and their performance will be an in
spiring novelty. lt isa very long time
since Edgefield has had a miustrel show.
This concert will probably take place in
the hall of the Ryan Hotel. Price of ad
mission, 50 cents, and 25 cents. We shall
write to our young frieuds of Troy re
questing them to Bend us their programme,
that we may publish it in next week'e AD
LwuiT^arR-with further particulars of j
' their entertainment. ; So more anon ! In
the meantime let our whole community
make ready to greet our gallant visitors
with a warm welcome and a brilliant au
Turnips Now fur Man and Beast.
A magnificent collection of Turnip
Seed has just been opened at Pou n's
! -every possible variety-early, middle
time and late-white, yellow, purple.
All from Buist's, indisputably the best
in the world.
Cast Orr Your Chill*, omi Eject All
Biliousness from Your System.
It is easily done. Jennings's Hepatic
or Liver Medicine will do it without fail
-and very quickly too. Nor need you
live on it by any means. A little now
and then, when you actually foci the
need of it, will keep you splendidly
straight. Try it-Jennings's Hepatic or
Li ."jr Medicine-sold by W. T2. Lynch,
Meeting of EdgeGeld Pomona
From the Monitor, of last week, we
learn this :
The Edgefield Tomona Grange met
at Pine Grove school house on Wed
nesday, July 8th at 10o'clock, A.M.,
Worthy Master Ready in the chair.
The committee cn Education submit
ted their report, which proved to be a
well cousidered and interesting paper.
It was ably discussed by Bros. S. J.
Edwards, J. A. Clark, Gallman and
others, and tho following resolution
was offered by Bro. Whittle, and
supplement tue tree school fund by
private funds, so as to run thc schools
not less than five months.
Upon motion, a recess of one hour
for refreshments was taken, and the
good ladies aud brothers ol' Pine
Grove sustained the honored reputa
tion they have earned of entertaining
their friends, by the iiberal and abund
ant repast that was spread, uud the
cordial welcome given to all.
Afternoon exercises, Worthy Master
Ready in the chair:
The committees on seeds and im
plements and on farra labor submitted
their reports which, after interestiug
discussion hy Bros. Gallman, Forrest,
J. A.Clark, Ready, Whittle and others,
The committee on the "Good of the
Order" recommend to the considera
tion of the subordiuate granges the
practicability of having basket pic
nicB, at such times and places as to
them may seem best, to be under the
auspices of the Grauge, with a view
to promote and advance the interest
of the Grange in our county.
The Executive Committe appointed
as the next place oi meeting, Oakland
Grange, on the 3rd Wednesday and
Thursday following in Oct. next.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mre. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunk
hanock, Pa., was afllicted for six years
with Asthma and Bronchitis, during
which time the best physicians could
give no relief. Her life was despaired
of, nutil in last October she procured
a Bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery.,., when immediate relief was
felt, and by contiuuing ?i use for t
short time she was completely cured,
gaining in flesh 50 Ins. in a few mont
Free Trial Bottle of this cert
cure of al) Throat and Lung Di sea
at the Drug Stores of W. E. Lyn
Edgefield, andS.T. Hughes,Tr?nto
Large Bottles *1.00.
CAMP OF INSTRUCTION.-The Abbe
ville Rifles have made arrangements
to go into camp on Savannah River
for a week. They will march down,
and all the commissary arrange
menta will be in charge of an accom
plished commissary officer. Tents
have already been ordered, and the
arrangements are bein^ completed foi
a pleasant and profitable week. This
is not purely a trip for pleasure but
is one of instruction. Strict discipline
will be maintained, and regular camp
duty exacted of the men. It is in
tended to make it an occasion of use
fulness to the entire company. The
exact date of departure has not heeu
fixed. But the trip is agreed on.
These are Solid rads.
The best blood purifier and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
of suffering humanity, truly is Elec
tric Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver,
Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation,
Weak Kidneys, or any disease of the
urinary orgaus, or whoever requires
an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant,
will always find Electric Bitters the
best and only certain cure known.
They act surely and quickly, every
bottle gnaraDteed to give entire satis
faction or money rotunded. Sold st
fifty cents a bottle by W. E. Lynch,
Edgefield aud S. T. Hughes, Trenton.
Plow Hoes, Back Bands, HamoStriug?,
Garden Bakes, Garden Hoes, Heel Screws
and all manner of Plantation Tools;
Also, Fresh Garden Seeds, now arriv
ing at W, H. BRUNSON'S, Ag't,
'The famouB "Water!
and THE ADVERTISER!
$4.50. Thia offer appl
new suiter i hera alike,
be had ht thia office, or
dered and will be sent
mail for 15 eta. extra.
Do you want a baudsonc
Slipper, Newport Boote-cj
Do you want a com fortab]
por or low nut Shoo for old
low, goto J.
Seed Potatoes, Oranges, (I
ens, Cabbages and Garden A
??Story ol' the Itupt|
This book tells who the
and what thoy have done it
lt contai us also some very
which eminent men of othe|
tiona have said about the Bx
altogether a narration of fA
worthy of the perusal of al
facts: It contains about eigf
Lions of prominent, mc::, ct
public institutions. It bas air
etd its third edition. A ge
whom I furnished a copy a|
since says : " I would uot be
book for anything."
I am. prepared to furnish it
in this vicinity, by mailor ot
receipt of $1.10.
G. F. WU
Ridge Spring, S. C., July fi,]
Do you wish a stylish di|
Bouffe Slipper for children,
28] J. M.
TUE ADVERTISER on?j
a Waterbury Watch for'
These Watches are guaran
liase, Comfort, Cleanliness
Four grand desiderata of ht
And all to be attained by a
neath the hospital
streets, where Edgefield pooplJ
the train. See card of Auguf]
in another column.
Plant Turnips ! Plant Turnil
old reliable Buist's varieties arl
G. L. PENNI
Siibncribe to the ADVERTIJ
JOHN FLOYD, son of Mrs.
and step-son of Mr. ELDRED M cl,
of Edgefield Co., 8. C., died in
year of his age.
His was a quiet life and a trluj
death. For several years ho had
with uncomplaining fortitude, tl!
staut suffering caused by an inj
injury. In 1883 he was converted]
a series of meetings conducted
writer at Hardy's Church. But In
not be baptized because, as he coi
ou his death-bed, he feared that hr
be called on to pray in public A
same secret reason kept him fronj
tism througnout the next year. I
can the writer, forget the wistful
evor in his eyes as he witnessed tl]
tism of others, and most especie
his almost idolized and idolizing r
Among his last utterances, that
night ot his death. thia is most
to be recorded : " I love the Lord|
and I love Ilia people, and it is
sire and prayer that they would]
His commandments. Sincerely J
repent of his refusal to obey thatl
muudment given to ovory believer
baptized.' " H. "
(Formerly the Central llouj
thoroughly renovated and eula]
the undersigned. It is situ?t
two minutes' walk of business i
city, delightfully cool aud frj
noise and dust.
Hot and Cold Baths! And all o
oonveuionces necessary for home
Rates :-$1.50 to $2.00 per day. >
tv. M. NKLHC
July 22, 1895. Froprle|
MODOC, EDGEFIELD Co., 8. C.
July 13th, IF
rp HE Copartnership between S
X R. Jackson and J. Madison Hi
under tho style of JACKSON A
SON, dealers in general merchandi
Modoc, in this County and State,!
day dissolved by mutual consent,
of us will sign the name of the li
settlement of claims due the late vlf
L. E. JACKS?
J. M. HOLSC
I will continue business al thc
stand, and respect lu Hy invite my
aud the public generally, to cali i
me. J. M. HOI
July 22, 1885.-4t33
Notice of Final Sett!
ON Tuesday, the 1st day fi
ber, 1885,1 will make a Fit
t lemeut on the Estate of T
tin, dee'd, in the Probate ,
and ask to be discharged &4
or. . W. N. Ml
July 22, 18R5.-6t33]
MY Carriage and Harness au\
and one brown Horse. All
horse Wagon and Harness. Till
age not much used and bas
shafts and a set of good double i
Terms eas v. Apply to D. lt. Du]
Edgefield C. H.
L. E. DOOLI
LARGE and well vet
centrally located near |
Dg ; headquarters for coe
jest $2 house in the South]
ice in building; electric Jr
rates by the week or moni
OH! MY BASK
Ererr strain or cold atUiks that weak back
sad nearly prostrates jon.
Open? September Slat, wi
One of the KIRST SCHOOLS
FOR YOUNO LA DIES in tbe^
United State?. Sutroundinga ,
beautiful. Climat** un*urpa?H- <
pnaHed. Pupils from eighteen stat? H
Refera to on? thousand pupil- and nat
ron* TERMS AMOVH THE BEST IN
TUE UNION. Board. English < tourne,
Latin, French, GeruiHii, Music, ike,?for
Scholastic, year, from Sept to Tune,|238.
For Catalogue**, write lo
REV. WM. A. HARRIS. D.D.,
Staun ton, Va.
BEST TONIC ??
Strengthen* tire Mos?]??,
Steadies thc N?rvea,
Enriches the Blood, Give? New Vigor.
DB. J. L. M Titos. Fairfield. Iowa, Mn:
"Brown's Iron Bittere is tho best Iron medicine I
nato known io mj 80 yean' practice. Ihnvofound
it specially benencial in nervous or physical exhaus
tion, and in all debllitatin? ailments that bear so
heavily on tba system.Use it freely in my own family."
Genuine tua trade mark and crooned red linea on
wrapper. Toke no otber. Mads only by
B KO WM CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, MD.
LADIES' HAND BOOK-nae hil and attractive, eon*
tn1"1"?; list of prizes for recipes, information about
coln?, etc., given away by all dealers in medicine, or
mailed to any address on receipt of 2c. Btamp.
Bridge to Let.
j OpFICR uK COO ?TT < Y.MMISSIONKR.S OF "J
KDOKFIRLD COUNTY, ?
EDOEHKI.D??. H., H. C., Inly 7, !8?? J
rilli 12 County Com misionera will Int
A. to Um lowest bidder Ui> Bridtr?
across Bli? Creek IM*Ar Uenny> X Bonds,
on the lliibbarii's Kvrrv rOttd,smTurn*
ilny Un- ?3rd day of July. 1*85, at \l M
The Commissioners* re*wrv?* the rjirht t>.
reject any or HM bid?. Npwclneationu
mude known on the rt??? of leuiug.
ijy order of the County Comuiitoiou
era. W. Il BBU VsoM, Cl'k.
BASE BALLS Ag BATS,
GLOVES, MASKS, BELTS, CAPS, SHOE PLATES, BASES,
BAT BAGS, ?
And all other Base Ba'i Supplies.
WRITE FOR PRICE LISTS.
Boote, Stationary aj ? ftpj
?T. M. RICHA]
MEN'S, YOUTHS' & BOYS'
?Vew Spring Suits, Hats, Underwear.
711 BROAD SI., AUGUSTA, AA.
OUR NEW SPRING STOCK ia now ready, and it ctn be round eome of
THE CHOICEST goode ever displayed in Augusta. The utmost care has
been taken to get goods of the BEST MAKE and STYLE. We offer them
knowing they are all that a dreeey man can desire.
If yon need a Suit for BUSINESS or DRESS, come and eee ours.
Thero'a no such pelection elsewhere in the city. MAN OR BOY GAN BE
FIT and FIT WELL.
But yon sty you have not much money to invest in Clothing. Theee
goods are offered with a full knowledge of the scarcity of money, and this
can be no excuse Jor going without a Spring outfit. We must make a hole
in our Immense Stock, and you are the mao we would like to have help ns.
SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR, &c.
I IV. BLANCHARD.
for J. C, Ludlow <& Co.
For tho Host
--1 Most DiUfab?e
And several other good makes-all WARRANTED FOR 5 YEARS.
200 Good Second Hand Sewing Machines, at $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS for all machines.
Sewing Machines Adjusted and Repaired by a First'Clses Adjaet6r.
AGENTS FOR DOMESTIC PAPER PATTERNS.
HOT Send for Catalogue and Price List.
THOMAS, KARTOO & KEY,
July 21. 1885. - 2?LA 928 Broad Sl? AUGUSTA,
The Very Best ChaLce to Parchase Pare
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AID CIGARS, AT
A. P. PADGETT'S, gg
MADISON, NEAR GRANITEVILLB, S. C.
1 make NORTH CAROLINA CORK WHISKEY, PEACH and APPLE BRANDY
a Specialty. .
I am also agent for AllVed Speer's Passaic. IV. J , Wines
ami Brandy, Pore BAKER WHISKEY, Pure N. C. CORN WHIS
. Bottled SODA WATER and COOL DRINKS for the Summer.
w , c . T oo ,e P- PADGETT, Ag't.
Madipon, S. C., June 23, 18S'>.-4?
FURNITURE AND STOVE HOUSE,
ll IO and 1113 Broad si., Augusta, Ga.
Bedroom Snits, Wnlnnt, Poplar, Ash and White Wood Bedsteads, Bu
reau!', Dressing Case*, French Dressers, Toilet Stands, Wash Stande, Com
modes, Book ami Centre Tables, Chairs, Nurse Chairs, Towel Racks, Mat
tresses-Shuck. Shuck and Cotton, Straw and Cofoh and all Cotton ; Feath
er aud Cotton Pillows, Bolsters, Bed Spiings, Flyn Spring.
Sofas, Bed Sofas. Lounges, Be 1 Lounges, Marble Tbp Tables, What
Not?, B.-)ok Srands, Clock?, Pictures, Mirrors," Hat Racks, frirtfb--.^ stee
Engravings Pic! ure Frames. I Met ur? Nails, Carpetp, Winlow Shades, ^ -
Cairiages, Fluting Machines.
guarantee to s ive you moni y. ; i\iuw uUUUo every
Soliciting at leset a porti-'m of your trade, I am yours, &c,
L. P. PADGETT,
III? a Dd 1112 Broad 81., Aagosta, Ga.
m- COFFINS and BURIAL CASES lumiehed at,BOTTOM PRICES.
April 15. 1885-19
THK PARTNERSHIP hsretofore existing between JOH!" CLAYTON
- d B. K. WEBB, merchants at Atlanta Oa., under the firm nt. J and style of
T-L AYTON & WEBB, bath bnen this day dissolved by mutual .unsent. Let air
Cersr.r.s interested take duo notice. Mr. JOHN W. CLAYTON succeeds to the
usines*, and is alone Interested in the assets thereof, and will collect all claims
and pav all debts due by said firm.
April U, 1885. J W. CLAYTON,
B. P. WEBB.
To tlio Trade.
ATLANTA, GA.. April ll, 1885.
Rnf*rrinK tn Hie shove notice of dissolution ot the firm of CLAYTON <fe WEBB,
, I bee to state thar. I shall continuo the wholesale Wine and Liquor Business in all
UR branch?? at th* nhl t-l?nd. No. 00 Whittall street; on my own account.
1 take this occas! m lo kindly thank my friends for their liberal pair-muge in
the past, and respect fin !v ask a continuando of the same.
With long experience iu the trade at the head nt'the lat* firm, together with
my superior facilities for doing business, and ample capital, I am enabled to do as
well hy yon as any house in the country. '?
I would be pleosi d to have 3'our esteemed orders, which!will receive my
omni ot and beti personal attention, nt bottom prices. Yours, very respectfully,
|raay2I Sinl J. W.-CLAYTON.
SAW and GRIST MILLS, and MA
CHINERY and MILL SUPPLIES.
Cheap aud Good.
Repairs done at Reasonable Prices.
i ii ri-TI T<mrARD & co,.
Foundry, Machine and Boiler l?or??s,
We buy. sell, rent, exchange and repair Engines on favorable terms.
H- re 3 car loads New Engines, 2 car loads 2d hand Engines in stock for
prompt delivery. Steam and Water Pipe at Reduced Prices? Agents for
Atlas Engin?8, Aultman Taylor Engines, K?rting Injector?, Vanduzen Jet
Pumps, Gardiner's Governors, Cloud's Creek Mal Rocks, Eclipse Double
Turbine Wheels. All kinds of new work and repairs promptly done. We
are "vovking about 100 hands and cast every day.
We have the largest and best fitted out shop in the South-new and
improved took tor all kinds of work in our line. Call and see aa when io
Auguste. [Mar. 13,1884.
M?^flWR^ /? ir
I OFFER FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH
OF WAGONS AND HARNESS, which must positively be
sold within the next
The Lowest Prices ever known will be offered CASH
BUYERS. J. H. LOWBEY,
Nos. 902, Oat, 900 and 920, 922, 94? and 920 EHU Sf.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 25,1884. 47