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THOS. J. ADAMS, PROP'R. 1
EDGEFIELD, S. C., THU?SDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1885.
[ VOL. LI -NO.
On Sunday next the Rev. H. A. Whit
man will preach in our Baptist Church.
The Rev. L. F. Beaty will preach at Mc
Kendree'a Chapel. The Rev. S. L Mor
ris will preach at Highview in the fore
noon and at Trenton in the evening. The
Rev. S. D. Vaughn will preach at Provi
dence in the forenoon and at Clyde's in
the afternoon. The Rev. T. P. Phillips
will preach at Mt. Vernon in the forenoon
and at Mt. Carmel in the afternoon. The
Rev. B. F. Miller will preach*kat Bethany
of Liberty Hill. The Rev. M. D. Padg
ett will preach at Richland. The Rev. J.
A Bell will preach at McCormick. The
Rev. J. P. Mealing will preach at Ebene
zar. The Rev. J. S. Jordan will preach at
Bold Spring. Tbe Rev. G. W. Busaey
will preach at Parksville in the morning
and at Plum Branch in the afternoon. The
Rev. ?e.o..H. Whddell will preach at Barr's
Chapel. The Rev. N. N. Burton will
preach at Salem in the forenoon. The Rev.
N G. Cooner will preach at Rocky Creek.
The Rev. J. A. Carson will preach at Good
Hope. The Rev. J. D. Bowles will preach
at St. Marks. The Rev. D. D. Dantzler
will preach at Johneton in the forenoon
and at Harmony in the afternoon The
R?V. John A. Porter will preach at Shiloh
in the forenoon and at Tnywick Chapel
in the afternoon. The Rev. J. C. Abney
will preach at Gassaway. The Rev. V. A.
Herlong will preach at Bethany. The
Rev. G. F. Williams will preach at Ridge
Spring. The Rev. W. T. Hundley will
preach at Johnston. The Rev. J. K. Pace
will oreach at Batesburg. The Rev. J. F.
McMillan will preach at Mountiin Creek.
T?e Rev. R. W. Barnwell will preach at
the Church cf Our Saviour, Trenton.
Here's Your Chance.
Read Capt. B. R. Tillman's card in an
other column, headed as above.
From the Citadel.
Master Charlie Dobson is at home from
the Citadel Academy in Charleston, look
ing every inch a soldier.
On the Road Again.
Mr. Goodrich, the railroad man, is on
the road again. He says we are going to
h ava a road this time, sure.
The $G7 cake was voted to Miss Sophia
.Nicholson, at the Ridge Spring Bjzoarlast
week, and not to Miss Sophia^Boatwright,
as has been incorrectly stated heretofore.
From the Angosta Chronicle of Tues
day, 2i?ib, we quote the price of Cotton as
follows : Good Ordinary, 71; ; Low Mid
dling, B\; MiddlingS?; Good Middling,9J.
Entertainment at ISatcsburg.
The ladies of Batesburg will serve a hot
supper on Friday evening.'.the 1st Janua
ry, for ?he benefit of the Batesburg High
School. Everybody is invited. Five o'clock
Edgeiield High School.
We have been requested to announce
that Prof. Seymour's High Scho.d opens
next Monday, the 4th January, 1SSG. We
are not advised as to the other echools in
At Home for^a Few Days.
Messrs. J. Waiter and A. C. Mitchell,
who have been in attendance on the S. C.
College, in the law and literary depart
ments respectively, are spending their
Christmas at. their home in Batesburg.
Seine Pulpit Changes.
The new minister of the Saluda Circuit
is the Rev John A. Porter, vice Rev. J.
Walter Dickson. The Rev. Geo. H. Wad
dell goes to f the Parksville Mission, vice
Rev. S. J. Bethea. The Rev. J. 0. Chan
dler goes to McCormick.
A Number of Sales for Salesday.
The Master bas'quite a'number of sales
ot valuableJacds ;lor, next^Monday, and
Mr. Tannahill, the Executor of S. W. Nich
olson, dee'd.. will sell a lot or lots in the
town of Edgefield and some personal prop
erty of the estate of said deceased.
Hates-burg High' School.
Next week we will publish the an
nouncement of this.flourishing high school,
under its new management. Prof. J. M.
Anderson, its new Principal, is a gentle
man of marked ability, agraduate of Rich->
mond Collage and the University of Vir .
A Serious Accident.
A little girl, the 4 year old daughter of
Jas. T. Bedenbaugb, who lives near Caugh
nian's Store, was seriously if not fatally
burned last week. The child was playing
near the wash pot in the back yard, and
the flames were communicated to her dress
in this way.
A Compliment to V.ov. Sheppard.
Before the final adjournment of the S?c
ale, that body paid to its President, Lt.
G JV. Sheppard, the high compliment of a
es of recolnlions, testifying to his mer
its as a skilled parliamentarian and pre
tiding officer. These resolutions appear
on our first \ age.
Box-breaking and Christmas Tree.
The net prcceeds of the Box-breaking
in the Presbyterian Church, on Monday
night, amounted to thirty five dollars.
This fund will be devoted to the purchase
of a library for the Sunday School. Next
Friday night, at the same place, there will
be a Christmas Tree. This also is for tho
benefit of the Sunday School.
At Ridge Spring.
A nice little enteitainment was given
the Baptist Sunday school on Christmas
day at the church. Reading of the Script
ures and a brief address by the Superin
tendent, Mr. Il B Watson, interspersed
by Sunday school songs, was one feature
of the occasion. Another feature was the
distribution ol'apples, oranges, candy, etc.,
among the children. It would be hard to
describe their j >y as they came into pos
session of theae "goodies." And for such
things we noticed the larger scholars and
adults bad a weaki esa too.- Cor. Aiujusla
jftgr For fine Ltquors collat HEAR
SE V'S-for the beet line ol Whiskey's
Wines and Liquors ol' all kind. I make a
sj ecialty of keeping the very Best Old
Mountain Corn Whiskey. Also, B?fet
Brand of Cigars and (.'an doods, Ac., Ac
At the old Post Ofiic next to Whittaker*
Jennings' Cathartic Pills areas good
as < vcr. Just received 6 gross at
50 LYNCH'S Drug Store.
A Worthy Tribute to Gov. Sheppard.
After the executive session of the
Senate on the 23rd December, ou
opening the doors, President pro tem.
Izlar took the Chair, and Senator
Smythe, rising in his place, presented
the following preamble and resolu
The Senate of South Carolina is on
the eve of adjournment. For two
years we have deliberated together
on such matters as have come before
us, touching the welfare of the State
which we all love. Matters of grave
import have been thus considered, and
measures of every nature have claim
ed our attention-our views have dif
fered as our opinions have varied on
the subjects under discussion-and oft
times the discussion has waxed warm,
and the division between those hold
ing opposite Bides has been close.
Presiding over all these delibera
tions with a hand gentle but firm, has
been a presiding officer of whom we
may justly be proud, clear in his
rulings, prompt in the dispatch of all
business of the Senate, impartial in
the extreme in all his rulings and un
excelled in the fair exercise of all the
delicate duties devolving upon him.
To his faithful performance of all
these duticB is dne to a large extent
the harmony which has characterized
all our deliberation*, and the regu
larity and ease with which all our
proceedings have been conducted.
Feeling thus, we would be untrue to
ourselves if we failed to express our
sense of his ability as a Parliamenta
rian and of our obligation to him as
a courteous President. Therefore be it
Resolved, That the Senate of South
Carolina desires to place upon record
their testimony of the ability, courtesy,
impartiality and admirable business
capacity of its presiding officer, the
Honorable John C. Sheppard.
Resolved, That upon the eve of this
adjournment the Senate desire9 to
tender to him its thanks for his cour
teous and faithful discharge of all the
duties of President of the Senate, and
to exprtss their best wishes for his fu
ture welfare and happiness.
Resolved, That a copy of this pre
amble and these resolutions, suitably
engrossed, be forwarded by the Clerk
of the Senate to the Honorable John
The resolutions were eeconded by
Senators Woodward and Earle, with
appropriate remarks, and were pre
sented to President Sheppard by Presi
dent pro tem. Izlar.
President Sheppard said in response:
Gentlemen of the Senate : Words
would fail to express the heartfelt ap
preciation that I experience of the
expression which you have placed
upon record of my humble service to
you and to the State, whose servants
we are. I am sure that I have en
deavored to do and to be all that,in
your kindnesB yu have said of me.
I am sure that I have earnestly en
deavored to be impartial 'in the dis
chaigeof the duties of this office. In
the appointment of committees, and
in all the other requirements of my
position, I have endeavored to be
prompt and ready, and I can truly
say of you that my efforts have been
uniformly seconded by the prompt
ness with which every member of
this body has responded to the call of
This is attested by the fact that
during a session which has been sig
nalized by the large amount of busi
ness which baa been transacted, on
every day the calendar has been clear
ed of every matter upon it, and but
two night sessions have been found
necessary-record unprecedented with
in the memory of the oldest clerk.
I shall carry to my home, gentle
men, the kindest remembrance of the
warm support which you have alwayB
accorded me, and I trust you will re
turu to yours with the consciousness
of duty well performed, and that you
will find that your private interests
will not have suffered during your ab
sence by reason of your devotion to
your pub ic duties.
To all who are suffering trom the er
rors and indiscretions of youth, ne vous
weakness, early decay, loss ot manhood,
?fcc., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great rem
edy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, New York City.
It Never Pails.
Jennings* Hepatic never fails as others
do. For sale at
50 LYNCH'S Drug Store.
Doctors Fail to Relieve.
In July last I discovered that I had
contracted that most dreaded of all
diseases, Blood Poison. Upon the
recommendation of one who was in
this instance a friend in need, I took
S. S. S. and used lotion No. 1 accord
ing to directions. Ita effects were
speedy and effectual. In one month's
time, to convince myself that I was
cured, I consulted a prominent phy
sician, and after a most searching ex
amination he told me I was perfectly
well. I feel well, and I know I am
well. I can produce others upon
whom S. S. S. has done the same
thing, and who, with me, will thank
you for a remedy which has cured us
of a disease which doctors so often
fail to relieve.
G. JOSEPH JORDAN,
Hornell?ville, N. Y.
After Everything Else Failed.
I have suffered from Blood Poison
a longtime. I tried several physicians
and a number of standard blood medi
cines, but to no avail. I was advised
to try Swift's Specific. I commenced
its use some time ago, and to my
great surprise I began to improve at
once. I continued its use for some
months, and ara to-day sound and
well. WILLIAM H. Siseo.
Grand View, Ind., Sept. 18, 1885.
I know the above gentleman and
of bis case. He is a well to-do farmer
in Spencer county, and has the con
fidence of the community.
C. B. ANDERSON, Druggist.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3,
Atlanta, Ga. N. Y. 159 W. 23 I St.
I Mrs. Alice Bryan committed sui
cide in Charleston the IO-h by cutting
her throat with a razor.
Judge McCay of the United Slates
Court has decided the Atlanta elec
tion contest in fivor of the prohibi
Col. Ingersoll said of Hendrick's
"What a Democrat he was! Asl
heard one of the boys put it ; ' He
was a yard wide and wove under
? - --
Si Jackson, a colored Granger liv
ing on Onion Creek, was going about
grambling and growling, when it oc
curred to Macbeth Simmons, a white
neighbor, to ask him what was the
"Dis heah am anice rangsmeut
wid my inewel."
"What's the matter with your
"What's de matter? I fed him
ebery day during de whole ob last
mumf when I didn't hab nufhV for
him ter do, and he ate and ate as
much as he wanted ter."
" Well, what has he done ?"
"What has he done? Yesterday
mawnin' when I went ter de stable
ter harness him up and put him ter
plowin' dar he was dead, sah. Yes,
dead as Jupiter Caesar, sah. P?t
mewel had a good time ob hit ?
wouldn't mind being a mewel myself
under dem ar auspices."- Texas
Young Lady at Boarding School,
At some of the French boarding
schools in Parie, the girls are .'ed on
weak soup, two or three degret s
stronger than hotwater; meat from
which nearly all the nourishment
is extracted by boiling ; coarte
veal, watery carrots and gray, s?ur
biead. The young lady who comes
home after a few terms of this sort of
diet may be very learned, I ut is paU
and poor looking, lacking vigor and
health. Give her Brown's Iron Bi'.teis
-the best tonic in the world for young
ladies with impoverished blood-and
bring the roses into her cheeks.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cut?,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, llo
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For salo by W. E.
Lynch, Edgerield C. H., and S. T. Hughes
lt Shall Put Slckuess mut Suffering
It shall cure all the people and put j
sickness and luffering, under foot! We I
mean Penn'.* Bitters, the comfort, the i
refuge, the salvation of millions Add ]
disease npon disease, and let the wornt
come, we are safe if we uso Penn s Hitters. \
Though thou diest with dyspepsia, torpid
liver, biliousness and headache yet shall
thou live if thou takest I'cnn's Hitlers
What woman is there, weak, feeble and
sick, who useth Penn's Bitters, aud ?snot
made strong aud choerful by lt ? Indeed
all our pains and aches and diseases go
like chad' before the wind whenever wo
wisely have recourse to Penn's Hitters.-',
MARRIED, at f>? P. M., Dec 2?, ?ssr-, ?
by Rev. S. L. Morris, Mr. L YANCEY
BRYAN and Misa ELLEN SEGO, both j
of Edgerield County.
MARRI KU, on the ISUl, Deo , 1885, at:
the residence of tho bi ide'? mother, by |
Rev. J. D. Bowles, Mr. W. L. MASON '
and Miss FRANCES IT. LOXA, all t.f
MARRI EH, nt Breeze Hill, Edgeneld ;
County, S. C., on the 23rd Deo , 1885, by
the Rev. L. P. Beaty, Mr. HENRY L. '
HILL and Miss ROSA S. LAW. No
MARRIED, Deo. 23rd, 1885, at tho rt si- \
dence of the bride's mother, near Fruit
Bill, by the Rev. E. T. Walker, Mr. A. ;
3. CO VAR and Miss JULIA A. BUZ
ZARD-both of Edgefield County.
Here's Your Chance!
ANY one desiring to emifrrati* to Flor
ida can obtain a good homo and
plenty of good productive land to culti
vate, in a healthy locality, 7 milos from
R. R. Depot, with small orange grove cn ;
the place, on very liberal terms. An in
dustrious, reliable man can get a start
here, as the place is well adapted to veg
etables, Ac. Apply at once, with refer- I
B. R. TILLMAN, ?
Dec. 29. 1S85. Hamburg. 8. C.
KvMllns renewed strength, ir vrho suGcr fro*?
Inflrmltlta peculiar to Cuir sex, .hould try L
Thin medicine combines Iron with pure vegetable
tonics, and in invaluable for Diseases peculiar M
Women. end all who load sedentary live?. lt En?
richea and Purifies the Blood, Ktimnlatea
lim App..titr, SrrcnRtlienN the Muscles and
>frvi'H-iu fact, thoroughly InviRorntCH.
Clears the complexion, and makoethe skin smooth.
It docs not blacken tho teeth, cause headache, or
produce constipation-all other Iron medicinei ,to.
Mn, Kl.lZAltKTn BAIRD, 74 Fanvell Ave.. MflwauJ
KM, Wis.. RBju. undor dato of Deo. 26th. 1?04: 1m
"I linvt. uwd Brown's Iron Bitten, and lt Iiaii boen
molt! thnu a doctor to me. having cured mo of the
wenkneiw ladies have in life. Also cored me of Liv
Bf Complaint, and now my complexion is clear and
pood. Mas licrn hcueficinl to my children."
Genuine has above trade mnrk and crossed rod fines
On wrapper, TnJii- no other. Made only hy
BROW? CHEMICAL. CO..B ALTIMORE, MD.
LADirs1 HAND BOOK-useful and attractive, con
taining li*t of prizes for recipes, information about
coins, etc.. Riven away hy all dealers In medicine, oe
mailed to any addrw-H un receipt of Sc. stamp.
WI. K. NELSON,
Cultivaloi- and Dealer iu
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines.
Strawberry Plants, etc,
Scuprernorj? Vinee, Wild Goose
Plum Ttees. Everbearing Mulberry
Dei:. ".'.), IS85._
IVotlce of Final Discharge.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that on tho
JLN SOth day ol' Januar .. 18k6. the un
dersigned NU ll apply to W. F. Roath,
Judge ol Probate Tor Edgefield County,
lo a Final Settlement and Discharge as
Guardian of James W. Jennings.
Dre. 30, 1835.] J. R. DURISOE.
Milch Cow and Calf.
TTMNE Milch Cow for sale, with calf.
JD Apply at this o Ai ce._
THE: SOUTH CAROM KA PENI
TENTIARY BOOT and SHOE FAC
TORY has now been in successful opo
ration three years, And in that time has
aeon red an enviable reputation for the
Make-up and Quality ol' its noods. Deal
ers tbmnghout the country who were
prejudiced in favor of other makes, are
now only ton cl d to replace th< ir old
stocks with Um producta of this Factory,
and orders aro daily received from all
soctions of the State, aud nuniberlossin
quir?e? for "sample lines" from which
to solect an order. The reputation of
those goods for "durability" stands un
rivalled. One dealer writes: "I shall
never sell any but Penitentiary Shoes;
there is moro money in them than iu
anything that I have ever handled."
Another says: "The case ol''stitch
downs' shipped me on Tuesday have
gone like 'hot cakes;" send mo two
Another, buying his first bill, writes:
"Goods received, open up splendidly,
am confident ol' a ' big run' on them."
These aro but a few of the many letters
hoing constantly received. Ask your
country merchant for SOUTH CAROLINA.
Penitentiary Shoes. Take those of NO
OTU KR Penitentiary. All of our goods
are stamped on the bottom: A. C. Di?
ERT, Columbia, S. C.
Salesrooms: 26? King St., Charlosto:
S.C.; 710 Broa I St., Augusta, G.; anjd
Columbia, S. C.
AT ttUUU Y ?iAK?'
CAN A L WA YS BE IO UND A FUL LI NE OF
11)11 AND CHEAPER ?IIIS OF Oil Jil WP
At Lower Prices than at any other Hons? this side of Cincinnati. Tfhis
Work is all marie to order, are Lighter Running and Better Finished than
the class of work generally sold aa Standard Vehicles. But I have just re
ceived a Full Line of Fine
Family Carriages, Phaetons &L Cabriolets!
Just received another shipment of those Fine OPEN AND TOP BUG
GIES, made upon special orders, by the bi?t manufsic'uiera North and East.
Nothing being used in the construction ol these vehicles but the best mate
rials, and in Quality, Style and Finish, r.ru unequalled by any others now in
the market. In stock a full line of
SADDLES AID S?MESS-ALL ?BABES,
Which I will oiler at LOWER PRICES ?Inn have ever before been known
in the history of the business. Milburn. Studebaker and Standard Planta?
tion Wagons, ali sv.es. O.ik and Hemlock Sole Leatber, Calf Skins, Shoe
Findings, Carriage and Wagon Material?, Harnesa Leather, Belt Lacing of
superior quality, Rubber and Lea'her Beliing. AIPO a full line of
Guns, Shells, Powder, Shot, Table and Pocket Cattery, Tlow Points for all
makes, Nails, Axes, Hoes, Picks and Mattocks, Titch Forks, Shovelp, Spades,
Steelyards and Scale Beamr "rind Stones, Rakes, Paddocks, Carpenter
Tools, Files, Hinges, Window Sash, Dcors and Blinds, Farm and Church
Bells, which I am offering at LOWEST CASH PRICES.
AT THE OLD STAND, | \. R, GOODYEAR, Ag't.,
Opposite Georgia Railroad Bank, f
70-1 Kroad St., Augusta, On. J Successor lo it. II. May A To.
1 September l?, 1885.
HARD PAN PRICES !
JAS. L. QUINBY & CO.,
?Ta?- ISL Cook.
Have just received and have now on exhibition, an ex
ceedingly large and well selected of goods, which they offer
at prices low enough to satisfy all :
I Gests' Furnishing Gooda,
N eek Wear,
' irjpi broil?:' ?
Woori en ware,
Staple and Fancy
Bagging anU Tics.
We mako a specialty of SHOES, and carry the largest stock outside of a city.
JES* Our WAGON YARD ia open and freo for the uso of our customers.
Full cash value paid for cotton and other country produce.
JAS. L. QUINBY & CO.,
?f? Sept 23, 1884. GRANITE VILLE, M. C.
S FIRST CriJNCE ANO MST CHANCE!
The Very Best Chance to Purchase Pure
, WIDES, LIQUORS MD CIGARS, AT
j A. P. PADGETT'S,
MADISON, NEAR GRANITE VILLE, S. C.
1 make NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY, PEACH and APII.E BRANDY
I am also agent for Alfred Speer's Passaic. I?. J-, Wine*
land Brandy, Pure BAKER WHISKEY, Pure N. C. CORN WHIS
Bottled SODA WATER and COOL DRINKS for the Summer.
ii A- ono co i*n A- P- PADGETT, Ag t.
Madison, S. C., Sept. 30, 1885.-45
?j FREEMAN'S PATENT
IBB NEW ERA POWER PRESS
Made and Sold hy
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO
ROI LEK. WORKS, .
Engine Mill and Gin Supply
New Work and Kepalrs Promp'
Write tor Prices.
Steam and Water Pij e and Bra^s Valves of all kinda.
First Claas 10 Hors? Power Eugine only $405.00.
With Firot Class Tools, M?n and elosa personal at'entiou, we give al
woik prompt attention. [Aug. ll, 1S85
The Mammoth Furniture Store Man, Begs to
the Fo ? lo wing Awfully Low Prices
An entire Walnut, Bed-room Suite, full marble top, 10 pieces, $30 ; H
very Large and Eleg-iut Solid Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with Piusl,
only $42 50 ; an E'egant Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with either Good
Hair Cl 'th or Fancy Rntnie, at $27 50; a Large Assortment of Poplar Bed
room Suites, lull marble top, at $32; or, in wood lop, from $1G 50 to $25
A No. 7 Flat Top Cook Stove, wi'.b 50 pieces ware, for $13 ; No. G
Step Stove, 25 pieces ware, $S 75.
Every kind and every article of every kind in the Furniture, Bfddii.g
and Stove Line; also, a full line ol Window Shades, Carpels, Rugs, Clocks.
In Undertaking Department you can find Coffins and Caskets, Of nt If
men's Robes, Ladies' Robes, Odd Fellows' and Masons' Trimmings, and a
full line of all otfier Trimmings.
Any information will be cheerfully given. Write for full particular
L, F. PADGETT'S,
1110 aud 1112 Broad St., Augusta, Va.
Aug ll, 1885-19*_
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
SILVER and PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, &c.
I have received acd am receiving daily, the finest line of the above goods
ever brought to this city, nt PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. Agent for
the BRAZILIAN SPECTACLE. W7ATCHES and CLOCKS repaired and
warranted. WM. SCHWEIGERT,
Oct. 13, '82 ly] 732 Broad St,, ruder Central Hotel, Augusta.
For the Best and Most Durable
And several other g wi 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 Class Adj oatt r.
AGENTS FOR DOMESTIC PAPER PATTERNS.
tt?r Send ff- Catalogue and Price List.
THOMAS, BARIUM & KEY,
July 21,1885. 924 & 92S Broad St., U M STA, ?A.
JAS. W. TURLEY
J TPHE ; resent season linds rae ready to give the public the
I?est Goods! Lowest Prices
Read the following, a FEW of our BARGAINS, and call and iee others
.00 dcs?o Ladies' JERSEYS, 75, 1 25, 1 50. .
200 Ladies' WALKING JACKETS, 1.50.
150 Lades' NEW; MARKETS, handsomely trimmed, 5 00.
200 Children's CLOAKS, 2 00. 2 50.
100 dosen SHOULDER SHAWLS, 25, 35,50.
50 dozen Large SHEWLS, 75,1.00,1.25, 1 50.
50 dozen Children's Knit SACQUES and HOODS. 25, 85, 50.
100 dozen Chil ren's UNDERSHIRTS and PANTR 25.
' 50 dozen Gents" UNDERSHIRTS, 25.
50 dozen 41 " 35.
100 dozen " " 50
100 dosen Lsdies' VESTS, 40, worth 60.
Gents' RED FLANNEL SHIRTS, 75,1.00.
DRAWERS, 50. 1.00.
RED FLANNEL, 18, 25, 30. WHITE FLANNEL, 20, 25, 30.
Fx tra Heavy RED TWILL FLANNEL, 25 cunts, worth 40 cents.
L.rge stock of CANTON FLANNEL, 8,10,12*.
White BLANKETS. 1 50. 2 OO, 2 25. < olored BLANKETS, 1.25. 1.50.
200 dozen Ladies' Colored and Black CASHMERE GLOVES, 25, 35,
40 cents, worth double the money.
Dress Goods in all the New Shades and Novelties.
Black and Colored CASHMERE, doub'e fold, 15, 25, 35 cents.
Fancy BROCADE DRESS GOODS, new shades, 5, 10. 15 cents.
We have a Full Stock of our celebrated R. D. Jet Black and Blue
Black CASHMERES, from 50c to $2.00 per yard.
There are many other Bargains in every department, too numerous lo
mention. Jeans, Cassimeres, Towels, Table Linens, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
Ilc6iery, Corsets, etc. Thousands cf yards of Domestics at lactory prices.
t?~ A visit ot inspection is all that ie asked, feeling sure that we will be
?ole to please you.
JAS. W. TURLEY,
808 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, Gr A.
October 20, 1885-46 ~"~
AT TH*3*. OLD STAND,
547, ~> lu aili 5-11 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
Continues to show a full stock of gooda in thia line at bottom prices. I
fjllow no self styled leaders, bus stiM continue .MY OLD ESTABLISHED METH
OD OF FAIR, SQUARE DEALING, which my many OLD customers know, and
new one*} will re-dily appreciate upon trial.
A Full Stork of COFFINS, CASES and CASKET8, from ?' CHEAP
EST to the FINEST. Telegraph orders from responsible pai os, giving
*\7A and price, promptly filled.
fr?y- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.**?! [Sept. 16
Charlotte, Columbia & Augus
CHRDliLEin effect Sept. 14, 188-1:
No. 52-MAIL and EXPRESS.
Statosville.7:45 a tu
Leavo Charlotte.1:00 pm
Arrive ai Columbia. [B].5:15
iieave Columbia, [B] . 5:25
Tren Mn. 8:30
Arrive at Augusta, Ga. 9:38
No. r>\ DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Arrive at Columbia,.12:42 p m
Leave C lumbla, .12:52
Arrive at Charlotte,. 6:15
Arrive Statesvillo,. 10:15
No. 47 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Augusta, Ga., (A). 5:55 p m
Ridge Spring. 8:15
Arrive Columbia, (Dj.10:25
No. 48, DAILY-MAILAND EXPRESS.
Columbia,. 6:15 a m
Arrive at Augusta. 10:42
Nos. 52 and 53 carry Pullman Sleepers
between Augusta and Washington.
Nos. 47 and 48 carry Pullman Sleepers
between Augusta and Wilmington.
All accommodation trains going North
connect at Chester with trains on Chester
and Lenoir Railroad.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked to all principal points.
G. R. TALCOTT, Sup't.
M. SLAUGHTER, Gen. Pas. Agent.
D. CARDWELL* Ass't Gen. Pas. Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
Augusta & Knoxville R. R. Co.
Schedule in Ellect Tune '25, 1885.
A. M. A. M.
Lv Lau rms Ar]
Lv (ireenw'd Ar
" Verdery, "
" Bradleys, "
" Trov, "
" M'C'rmick "
" Pl'm Br'ch "
" Parksville, "
Ar Augusta, Lv
Lv Augusta Ar
Ar Beaufort Lv
" Port Royal "
" Charleston "
" Savannah "
" Jarks'nv'lo "
I P. M.
7 5?I 4 40
7 04l 330
Connections mado at Greenwood oaud
1 from all points on Columbia A G reen
! v.Ile Railroad.
I Time 32 minutes slower than Augusts
i E. T. CHARLTON, G. P. A.
J. N. RAS8, Su,>'t.
Read what-the Great Methodist Di
vine and Eminent Physician
Dr. J. BKADFIELD'S
FEMALE REGULATOR !
ATLANTA, GA , Feb. 20, ISM.
DR. J. BKADKIKLD: Dear Sir-Some
tifteen year? ago I examined the recipe
of Female Regulator, and carofully
studied authorities in regard to ita com
ponente, and then (as well as now) pro
nounced it to be tho m-'Pt scientific and
skillful combination of the realty relia
ble remedial vegetable agents known to
science, to act directly ou the womb and
uterine organs, aud the organs and paris
sympathizllng directly with these; and,
therefore, providing a specific remedy for
all diseases of the womb, and of the ad
jacent organs and parts.
JESSE BORING, M. D., D. D.
The country U flooded with quack no??
trums, containing IRON and other inju
rious ingredients, which claim to cure
everything-even Female Complaints.
We say to you, if vou value your life,
Beware of all Such 1
Brad?-ld s Female Regulator
is a purely vegetable compound, aud is
only intended for tho FEMALE SEX.
For their peculiar diseases it is au abso
Sold by all druggists. Send for our
treatise on the Health and Happiness of
Woman, mailed free, which gives all
The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
Box 2H, Atlanta, Ga
Fall I Winter.
Mn NEDOR! COVAR
Invites the retention of the Ladies of
Edge field and surrounding OOUnUy U?~
the Large and Mtractlve 8tock of Goods
just received, which embraces tho very
Latest Styles of
Hats and Bonnets,
and everything usually kept in a FIRST
CLASS MILLINERY ESTABLISH
MENT, at prices lower than ever before
known iu ?dge?eld. Give me a call.
Misa MEDORA COVAK.
Edgefield, Oct. 27,1885._
Save half your money by buying 8EC
OND HAND BOOKS, which are Just se
good in every respect as new ones.
Largest collection in the State. School
Supplies and 8tattcnery in great variety.
We also Keep NEW SCHOOL BOOKS.
Z. T. STINE,
106 Centre Street, Augusta, Ga.
8ept 18, 1886.
Sale of Personalty.
WILL be eold at public outcry, st
Edgefield, C. H., on the drat Mon
day in January next, the following Per
sonal Property, vi?. : One L'ght Colored
Mule, named" John, one Black Mule,
named Jane, one Bay Mareuamed Kate.
The above described property, was
turned over to me to bs polo to satisfy
Mortgage, given lorthe purchase money,
and other debts. Terms cash.
WHELESS <fc CO.,
Per J. L. AnmsoN, Alfy.
Edgefield, 8. C. Dec., l*th, 1885.
*0TTHE ADVERTISER one year and
a Waterbury Watch for $4.60.
These Wutchea ar? guorani<Ha\