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THE ADVERTISE^.
Terms, 83,00 per Annum.
Our Agents in Charleston.
The Advertising Agency of Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represented
by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only
authorized Agency for this paper in
Char^estotx. ? ,. ^ ^
jJhSh&L & M7 talbert 4s oar author
ized Agent to receive subscriptions and
advertisements for the AtfrcrfYaer.
Fine Plantation en the Flailroad, for
Sale.
We would call the attention of the
public, ta the. card, in another qolumn, of
the ;ReT^J\?'^.i$s*r,' who offers -fer s?re
his valuable Murrel plantation on the C.
C. cfc A. Railroad.
? A Revolting Murder. ,
The laie revolting murdv.r of a negro
woman by a negro man, in our vicinity,'
has shocked and horrified thcwhole star
rounding country. As the details of this
affair are given in full by our corresrWm
dent, " Dark Corner,", we will not re
produce them here. The woman, Maria
Mitchell, has been released upon bail.
The man is still in our jail, where he
will remain until his trial.
.. StOL at Work on Saluda.
We hear that the Federal officials were J
again at work on Saluda yesterday-in
search o;f certain citizens accused of Ku
Klux outrages- AB yet, however, we
have heard of but one arrest-Thornes
Bl adon, Esq. .
i ? j -rn I .
.'4 <"?? Ettal Items.
Grand occasion and overwhelmin g
throng at old Harmony on Sunday las. t.
A Quarterly Meeting-begun on* tin el
Thursday" "prevYous. "Pr?s??^V^d|?i~l
Mood in .attendance. 1 Se preached a
much-admired sermon on Sunday morn
ing. So great was the crowd that literal
ly, not more' than; one-third could get into;;!
the Church^and'jt|is ja large one. ' Rev j 1
Mr. Parks pf Augusta, was expected. and.
deep ?nn mii versal 'was^the'.regret tha?fi
he could not come. Harmony is a pleas J
ant place to go io, The people'there j
abouts have liberal hearts, and derrise
liberal things..
Violent gale brii-Sunday afternoon fes?'j
The forenoon had been' unconscionably
hot, and every one was willing to be
drowned-or l>lo_wn into atoms, 59 there
came a little coolness along with, the ca- \
tastxophol The clquds .were black arid
the Wind high." lite lightning was vivid
and the thander loud. Tho rain pitched JA
down in furious, slanting, - driving tor
routs. , It was delightful. Corn was all
flattened, and aere-aud there huge limbs
of trees wera rentin. twain. Rut no seri
ons damage. And a little out of town
tho picture was enhanced by the addition
of hail. And still the heated term con
;.t>,.'<l ?''? ;v .
tinues. ll ?s-awtu 1.
'V., ? - . * . -.
Vory showy, animated, ond jig-joggy
in town o? '?|a$jrday ?ast. " First drill of
the Sabre Club. Publie square-alive with
brave and stal^hrt' young fellows." 'Af*
fine horse hitched ut- every wallabie
point. Great verve and etan on the part
of the'embrytfknigfil^
to order by Capt. Gary at a#put Hi A.
M. Of the 75 members about SO-prasent.
The array decidedly fine. Tho first apr
pearance of the Corhgp?ny marked it as a
petfexf racgss^ Ager <?W?<Jfcig up
down street, ancTaround and and altouX
to the great delectation Of the hui i es, they
repaired to the operi'fieid in fear of "^?r.
Robert Mims's, and were there drilled
in reguiin^^afi^5?^4ii|so . %??Lieut.
Markert,, who, it will bo. remembe^d,
acquired great expe/iadoc. ?a: this,' j^ney
during the war. . J '
Mr. Benson from the fashionable acid
popular establishment of Whitman-- cfc
Benson, in Augusta, was on hand, said
most of the, Company wpre measured
and gave orders fbr'tlieir trairorins*-bliie
coat and black panis. Consequently on
next drill day the boys will be trim and
spruc?.M ?rtne, black and gold. " . "
On Saturday, the Captain appointai
the following Executive Committee: R.
G. Bonham. J. Monroe "Wise, J. R. Car
wile, John Milier. And a Color Guard
as follows: W..B. Penn, J.D. Talbert,
James Tompkins, Frank Warren.
We hear that the first Tooma men t will
come off about tho last of October. Tho
Company, it is clear to see, will tu ru out
a skillful and brilliant one.
On each drill-day of the Sabre Club,
Maybin Griffin, our respectful and well
conducted colored barber, will got upa
Barbecue dinner for the convenience of
the Club. WeJbope Maybin will be well
patronized. His dinner on Saturday last'
was in the highest degree liberal, well
appointed and well-prepared.
On "Sunday last, we heard the new
Baptist organ for the first time in divine
w^r!p.'; ^?ketf "$t> oelle^??ff wfcerf
we played on Lt ourself. . It Isgsod. And*
Mrs, H. Jilms, who how presides at
it, has decidedly the best organ touch
and* afrle. Of fltoy one. in fcdjjefield. " Air
hail the power of Jesus' name" was sung
with ?0 much fervor ar?Q' Unanimity as
to be au^^n^ajc^treaL
here on,Bunday next. He will be in at
tendance upon the Sunday-Sch? nd Con
vention at Dry 'Cjreek, whicb.b'y the by,
is to be s Very interesting and important
meeifn^ . '.,
Intendant John Woolley; after ? pro
longed absence, is agaia among us. He
is stlll a candidate Ibr District Senator,
and sxfMcis io be elected.
'ito trailing of the Park is being re
paired. . .We hone the Council intend to
paint it, A clean white fence around the
park wonjil vastly improve the' public
sq**** > ??Jj ;
A Money-Order Office. ' . .
Our Post Office has become, we are
glad to anrirti?i? 3'rdgular Money-Or
der Office. Ott? faithful and ettieicHt
PostrnKnter, M;-. ..Lakc ll. (TilliinNi, ims
beeartjjly mj estetl with the proper au-,
thority, bas on hand all necessary blanks
and pap?is, and Ls ready at once to cu
ter hoon tho. buslnerf?; This will -be>
great convenience for ali persons wish
ing to send money to other pointe."' '.;
?-!-; ,' ? ?
NXow Trial Justice,
srnorhas appointed Mr. Wm.
n a Trial justice of Edgefield
con^fV r/ej M. M.','Padgett, Ssq, whoso
term expired s?me time ago, ?It Mr.
Watson admhdaters the duties of the of
fice as fairly and ceiwdenciously. a* did
Mrr Padgett he will be honestly . entitled
to theplaudit 4> we? done, thp?goodnnd
taiUiful servant.'7
jg*- For the information of our readers
residing in that portion of Edgefield cut
off. toto Aiken County, we would, state
that J. F. Hurling, Auditor for Aiken
(JonhtyVw?ll "Hend at the following jila
ces, on the days designated, to receive j
the returns on personal pTopeHyibr the
fiscal year pf 1872, via : .
WnVker's Mills, Shaw's Creek town
ship, Wedncs?ay, Arrrusd7th
Granite\-tlle, Gregg/t?wnship, Thnrs
dayP AnguRt 8th. . .
Langley, same township, Friday, Au
gust ith.*
Miles' Mill, Shaw's township, wtoox*
day, An&a&Wtt?f*;/: ; '<...'. -
Ham hui g. Skull/, township, Monday
and Tivesnuy. Au^mrt J?fth and 13th.
.?jr-" Finis mit yoostder same kind'
of fedders^iU gojie together in?t dh?ni
self' said one of our friends on geeing
ihe?sdksltuzsoatom thsUhoS ^ab- :
, > ?. ---yfe.
.--5,-?----K-_
..Public Meeting on\Saluda.
A prominent citizen from Saluda in
forms us that an important meeting was
held in Huiet Township on Saturday last,
to discuss the wisdom and advisability
pf cutting ont the-Salo da side from Edge
field and forming it into a new County.
The sense of the meeting was decidedly
in favor of this measure. Resolutions
were adopted- to petition the Legislature
for the sam division, and requesting1 ?i?
ter Townships on Saluda to hold similar
meetings. The said meeting was totally.
irrespective of color or politics.
. _ '
Two Negroes Brought to Jail.
As we go to press considerable excite
ment is produced upon tho public square
by a couple bf negro men being brought
in under arrest. These mon are arrested
at the instance of Mr. Frank Smith of
the Johnson's Depot section. Their names
are Howell Satcher and Ned Green.
I *Mr. Smith discovered them in his house
<atl o'clock at night, and Satcher chas
confessed, so it is suid; that it -was the
design of Green to murder Mr. Smith.
Green has already given bail, and been
released.. Satcher has not yet given bn?.
. Daniel, Patrick, and John. .
These are the names of the. three
Quinn brothers. % They have gathered
j from Charleston and from Atlanta, and
are now in; one. united concern in. Au
gusta-whore Mr. Daniel Quinn has long
lived, and.made for himself agood name
and a most enviable reputation. ' The
firm ls to be known as Quinn Brothers.
Tl?ey are wholesale and retail Booksellers,
Stationers, Music and Periodical Dealers.'
?f you wHsh apy' Book Whatsoever, go1
to the Quinn Bro*-pr write to them. If1
you wish any piece of Music whatsoever,
Lgft.or_ write.fcp^tluvQuinos. .JLLypii. w?h_
any Magazine^FashiQn Book^Illustrated
or Comic"'Paper,*- published' tinder*the
sun, go or write lo'th^Qtijhns.; If you
wish any style qi ^Stationery Vhatsoever,
go or write to tile Quinns. If you wish
to subscribe for ?ny Paper or Magazine,
at publishers' prices, go or write to the
Quinns. And, finally, if you wish to
I find the kindest) promptest, most relia
! ble, most generous, gentlemen in the -
I world, ipr or write to the Qicm-nx.
And if there should be arty who do not |
think of the Quinns just as we du, why
they had better not come and teli na so,
tor -we should be apt to make a strong
effort to give them the fatal brow !
An Bdgefieldr Boy Honored In the
North.
From, a latg number of the Troy (N.
T.) Dafljk j*e&*: ye cKp tix? foilpSrrng :
; T^B iTiSTOTBTK EJECTION.-Last eve
ning the annual election lor Graud Mar
shal of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti
tute occurred -at Harmony Hall. The
candidates were Charles Champbell, Zeta ]
Psi ; - D. A.* Tompkins, Chi Psi ana James
E. Bell, Pi Eta. These gentlemen are in
the class of'To (thc Junior class). The
-excitement, for - shine time oast over this
elec'ti?? has been ' unusually great,' ?fcfd
-although tho canvass has hearcompara
tive! v clos?,'y?t itHyas geh?rally conceded
that Tompkins would be the coining man.
The informal ballot resulted as follows :
Whole nu in her of votes cast 129, of which
?Ir. Tompkkmreo?ived?li, Mr. Campbell
49, and Mh *ell"^ ' '
On the formal ballot Mr. Tompkins re
ceived 70 votes aitd Mr. Oombbell 61.
? >fr. Tompkins was declared elected, ? |
Mr. Reeves in a neat speech welcomed
Mr. Tompkins to tho portion to" which
he-teuf been elected and presented to hjiii
the insignia of office.
Mr. Tompkins returned his thanks for
the honor conferred on him, and pledged
himself ^nfpcrlp?txp thc i|u ties ef? his of
fice with credit to bimsen ana to the in
stitute.
Mr. Tompkins, the Grand Marshsfl
elect, is a gentleman of character and
principle, and his election to this respon
sible office proves his'popularity in the
Institute, we congratulate thc students
upon -their choice, for we well know that
b>s administration will be a successful
one. Ho is a member of the Chi Psi so
ciety, butlthas no chapter at this" insti
tution, and his election xs thus '?onsldcred
all the moro nattering.
Thoyouug gentleman here spoken of |
is theeldest son of our esteemed fellow
citizen Dr. D. ?. Tompkins.
'. ?frSB?frb?cl Stalworth, oonribtedof* |
infanticide at tho Spring term of our
Court, and sentenced to'be huiig, and ali
terwards had her sentence commuted by.
<*Sov. Scott to imprisonment for Ufo, has
recently been pardoned by the Governor,
and is now at large. "
. As Kdgefiele Men at Abbeville,
Th?re was a Republican "m?otlng at
Abbeville on the 17th inst., at which R.
3. Effiot^ F?. L. j Cardoxos, ?nd Dr, A.
Barker were the 'speakers. ThV Aboe
ville Press & Ikmner, noticing the differ
ont speakers, tims alindes to the remarks
qf fyr. Barker : . -,,
VThen followed Barker, the white
member from Edgefiold, whose speech
was an appeal to the prejudices and pas
sions of hour-to. the antipathies of
color and condition. A man without
education and without information he
was forced to play this role, or not speak
at all. -Asa sample of his moderation,
we may quote his remark, that his only
complaint of Grant was, " that ho did not
send the troops quick enough,"-whilst
lus lamentable want of taste and good
morals was shown in- his sac religious
references ~ to church communion and
Christian fellowship. He was for making
tbe patty'a close corporation, and not
reeding new members until after a
strict ?tfobation."
Republican Nominating Convention.
An advertisement in the Lmuwi, dated
Hamburgs July 25th, signed^." General
P. R. Rivers, Chairman," reads ns fol
lows :
A Convention will bc held at?idgefieid
C. li., S. C.. on tho 17th August next, at
io o'clock, A. M., and tho following pre
ci nets are entitled each co four (4) dele
gates, far the purpose of electing Dele
gates to th? State Convention which will
assemble in Columbia on the 21st of Au
gust next:
Ninth Regiment.-Shatterfield, Colliers,
"Wl?te House, Pleasant Lane, Howell's
Store, rh cut h am's Store.
Seventh Regiment.-Edgefield C. H.,
Pino House, Ridge Springs.
Tenth Regiment.-Sonia' Store, Rhine
hart, Coleman's Cross Roads, Morley's
Store* Perry's. Cross Bonds, Richards?n
ville, Cooperville.
KOUT. BUIST'S
P?ii^^?r' '
T-KA oj".different varieties;
|;UU inst received and formale at--.
A?''Ai ?LTt?y 'S DRUG STORE. h
? Ju?y;lO>.-'--,;>yvtf. .. ..V ^.?foj
U.ST received: a"iliirge -supply 'TtSR*
^.; NIP,SE*ED, grown 'by'^'S?M
?fe;, oo(?p1-3?Vt<1'* 'f?^l<^s-Irrg'.v?M?rIC.+?
J
Nolden Ball,
Purple Top Yellow Ruta Baga.
' li. L. PENN.
July 9, 'm. tfr 20 ;
Te the Toffers. ?f EdgcO^?d, ,
By tlio solicttatiori' of ' many' of my
lTiends,I$ye?ihyself as a Candidate at
thc ensui'h'g ?lection, for thc Office of
PROBATE JUDGE, and, if elected, will
endeavor to discharge tho duties of the
same to the best of my'ability, with im
partial justice to all mankind; irrcspec
tWe oficolor," position er previous con di
tionfc:witliout fcar^/avor or affection; J
W. P. DURIS?E, SK.
May 29, 1S72.
O
WAI be Found
N the CASH;TABLES to-dav nt a
HEAVY KY CR Ii Ii ; 5
Ct?c*;e4? StripM and'Rla?i NAINSOOK
plain knd beckon ,lAfV)^B?'
Striped, .Cheeked and Plain 8W?SS.
yjajl eortr. ' ?tegalns tiii?t eemnof be da
plicated are going fast.
W. iL BRUNSON.
JaljS tr 3
TpHjE Undersigned having established li?s office at Edgefi,eldp as General
A??nt"fo"r the'Cotton wBWwf Life ?bsiir?ric? Company,
invites attention lo. Jone or two of the advantages:pj3ered those who may
desire to effect insurance on their lives in a safe Home Company :
The Board of Managers ata recent meeting passed unanimously the fol
lowing. Resolution ; , , .
" Resolved, That in view of the fact that there'are unusually large sums
paid for Life Insurance, to. the Companies of the North and East, which
sums, being there invested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections,
whilst our own South is greatly in nee"i.of cash capital to prosecute success*
fully o?r Agricultural and Mechanical enterprises ; i't is ordered, that Jar*
the purpose pf retaining these sums in our midst, hereafter a certain pro
?ortion of the- net. cash receipts from premiums, amounting- to not more than
0 per cent, of the saine'be invested in such manner hs may Ve'in accord
ance with the regulations of the Company, in those sections from which the
said premiums are attained.",. , ?
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't. j
K GEORGE S. O'BEAR, Secry.
In accordance with the above Resolution a" Board of Advisory Trustees
has been regularly organized.at Edgefield ?. H., S. C., with the .following
Officers, viz : . .' . .-'
?Maj. W, T. GABY, President. ?. 5-' ,
?apt. B. 0. BRYAN, Vice, president.
R. 0. S?i?s, Esq. j Secretary.
This Board is now prepared to transact business;, .and j ny est the funds of j
the Company agreeable .to the prescribed, regulations.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in Eich, ranji. Its last
Annual' Statement shoWs that the Company possess, besides its'Iarge Guar
antee, $170 for every $100 of its liaWKty. .???*?
. 4. ? 5 "> ( ..i ?W. W. AB IV EY, General Agent.
June^ . * tf 27
. i i l . ? ie J 5
,u I ) nih li!?ii i ula li I wuk Kii
H-.-')? waft 1?
A. A. CL1SM'
3 ? r
-DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, J)ye Stuffs, \
WINDOW GLASS,
PUT.TY, PLAINT- BRUSHES, SASH TOOLS,
I STATIONERY.
fblL?T ARTICLES, PEWiESY/
SUPERIOR mm AND LIQUORS OF EYERY GRADE,
Fine Tob?ceo, Segars, &ev
Edgefield, S. i .
Begs leave- to call the attention o?' h|s Friends
and the Public to his Large Stock of Goods, which is
now complete in all Departments.
Persons visiting Edgefield to purchase Medicines or
Drugs of any description, will do well to call and ex
amine my Goods, and particularly my Prices. I
am confident,of giving Entire Satisfaction, and will
make it to the interest of ev? ry one honoring me with
a call.
Thank ng my Friends for their liberal patronage and
past favors, I hope to merit a continuance of the
same. ? < i
A. A. CLISBY.
Prescriptions Compounded at all hours with the
?realest care.
faay29, tf . S3
Ladies of Edgefield !
LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS !
We will on next Monday morning, from IMPORTERS' AUCTION
SALES:
ONE CASE fine JAPANESE CLOTH, Checked and Striped, at 15 cte.,
regular price 25 cts. . .
O.YE CASE STRIPED GRENADINE nt 15 cts.
ONE CASE Satin Striped GRENADINES, Black and White Grounds,
various: color Stripes at 20 cfs., regular-price 35 cts. '
ONE CASE MOZAMBIQUE, LENOES, Sec., in mixed Striped and
Checked, at 17 and 20 cts., regular price 30 ctsh
ONE.CASE SILK.BROCADED JAPANESE POPLINS, at 25 cts.; sold
all round at 50 cts.
THE^E.CASES purest, mates '.and newest in DOLLY VARDEN
PRINTS;at-I2*cts? >' . ..>.... v
GREAT BARGAINS in PIQUES, NAINSOOKS, LAWNS, SWISS,
&c, tte, in Striped, Checked, and Plain.
Real Llama Lace POINTS, in Black and White, much below regular
prices*-:--?--. .. -. -.
(KT WHOLESALE RQOMS up stairs, to which we would, invite our
friends in tr?e Xnac^e. ; i jj. J . , v .??..-.
?gT SAilPL?Sihee?lly sent, if Requested, ?ndi?>d?rs?(promritly filled.
MCCABE, COSTELLO & DALY,
$38 Broad Street, between Globe and Central Hotels,
May 29, tf 'J ?7
iced Spda Water !
?lftpM ??is. da^the?^'^nll?|ai?ng
Ar#ip gppA ^v^E^'i^^Xed^l
lei^?M?S^??r SYlftjys,'; cea-'be
found at all heurs at (JENN'S Iceland
Fountain.
pgr* Ladies, as well as Gentlemen, will
lind Hie Soda Water dispensed JU) this
Fountain, charmlngly&lightful, spright
ly and rofroshing.
PENN'S DRUG STORE.
Mayl, tf ?9
XBRE?CHj
SHOTGUN
(7N;^6ESV IN TH? WORLD.^
SEND FOft A CttCUUK ,^E^?*
lew York Office, 27 BEI?KMA2I BT.
Mu? Rust-Proof Oats I
rlOM ?OO to SOO Bushels for sale
by the Subscriber. Post Ornee- ad
dress, Phouix, Abbeville Co., 8. "C.
ELBERT DEVORE.
L JtaelZ, IA *\
TO SPORTSMEN!
-Tr- >f Si '? .
. Pointers, fietterBji' Eetriev
Newfoundland. St bernard, Fox
.EivQndav Weynb ^ "
Bull-Dogs;
Premium Chester White Hogs.
Thoroagh-Bred Berkshire Hugs.
Faucy Poultry and Eggs.
Fancy Pigeons. . ?
Address
C. L CALVERT,
Newark, Del.
?ST AHordersloft wi*h Mr> JOHN H.
P?irt-, E?iiefield, 'S.' C., will ^re'eeive
prompt attention.
Nbv. 22 ly 48
Wool!
*1fc W&Uitfy 1he hh?oKt..market price
JE for WOOL delivered atihy store,
M-ashed or unwashed.. Also Sheep Skins.
W. tt. BRUNSON.
April 16, tf 17
XT-_-,_?
?few Style Laaip ( himntys,
Of \ D055- Flint G1?8? Ure ProoJ
*?\J LAMP CHIMNEYS-an excel
lent article-just received and for salo by
A'. A. CLISBY, DruL'trlst.
May182 22
HEW ??OB8!
tTuST Received, COATS' COTTON, all
Numbers.
ROLL CAMBRIC,
CORSETS, all sizes and prices.
3. IL CHEATHAM.
Joly* tf a
Bargain Counters !
-o . '
Gents and Boys STRAW HATS, latest styles, from 10 eta/to $1,00..
Beautiful Felt and Wool HATS from 50 cte. to $3,50, worth from $1,00
to $5,00. .
SHOES ! SHOES !-My Stock of Shoes is thorough, and will be sold
at correspondingly low figures.
CLOTHING! CLOTHING!-These Goode, with the balance of my
Stock, (for the reason that I hav'nt space to specify the prices,) will "he"
placed on ray Bargain Counters, where I intend offering still greaser Bar
gains.
These are not old Goods. AH freehand new from New York this Spring,
and I don't intend they shall grow old on my shelves. Seeing is believing.
Call and see.
These Goods will? only be sole1 rt the above prices for Cash.
J. H. CHE A TH AJI.
.June Ti_ ? tf- . 27
Bagging and Iron Ties !
WE BEG TO OFFER OUR EDGEFIELD FRIENDS
" 200 Bolls Bengal Bagging,
500 Sales Wallis Ties.
^Orders solicited, and Satisfaction Guarantied. .
T. W. OAR WILE ii 00.
4m ' 27
Augusts, Ga., June 26
Important ?Momeement.
??. if.? '. I rt
; : : Groat Bargains
IN
ALL CUSSES OF GOODS.
$10,000 J^orth of Gpols to be Sold at a
Sacrifice, as my Stock is too Large for the
pitaes.
Great Inducements are Especially offered in
Ladies' Bonnets, Trimmed und Untrimmed,
And *6ress' Qoods,
Shoes Lower than they can be Bought else
where.
. My Salesnieei^ar? gentlemen brought up to the business.
Every article I-sell-is guarantied as represented.
I keep nothing but first; Class Goods. Have but One Price,' and that is
the bottom. '
So come to see me, and you shall not be disappointed. '
Very Respectfully,
O. P. OHEATHAM.
May 22 tf . 22
Magnificently Attractive !
EVERY ARTICLE THOROUGHLY EXAM
INED, AN? MANY NEW GOOPS ADDED.
"Established 1849.
GEORGE L PENN,
No. 3, Park Row, Edgeficid, 8. ?.,
H
_ A VING REMOVED to l\o. 3, Park Row. and also added a long
list of Goods to my Stock of Choice DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET AR
REST QUALITY, and at the LOWEST FIGURES
All I ask is, to give me a call, and see for yourselves. It is ?ic-trouble,
bat a pleasure to show my goods. My stock embraces, in part:
50? Lbs. WHITE LEAD, * ' .
One Barrel each of LINSEED OIL and VARNISH,
50 Gallons Sots. TURPENTINE,
75 Lbs. Spanish BROWN and Venetian RED,
IO ?oxes WINDOW QL?SS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY,
5 Gallons MACHINE Qlfc,
^5 TRAIN OIL,
9 Doz. GLA^S LAMPS, all styles,
35 LAMP CHIMNEYS,
100 Lbs. each SODA, ?ALTS, SULPHUR, COPPERAS,
SOO Lbs. Family and Toilet SOAPS,
If you want the Best Kerosene Oil, at
gallon, ap4 45/pents by the five gallons, you can g t :t
i0 cents by the single
:t at
"G. L. PE. .. S DRUG STORE.
Patent Medicines and Invaluable Remedies.
Hegeman's E?jcir CALABA YA BARK,
Bradfield's FEMALE REGULATOR,
Pr. Simmons' LIVER MEDICINE,
Avert HAIR VIGOR,
" CHERRY PECTORAL,
if/ SARSAPARILLA, . ,
" A?t??^UPE;
?? CATHARTIC PILLS,
Allen's LUNG BALSAM,
Cook's WIKEQFTARfofCoughs, Colds,
A full Stock ot all kind of JITTERS,
WUtfpml's ASTI?MA REMEDY
PHILOTOKEN;
Rodway s PILLS and -READY RELIEF,
V . MUSTANG LINIMENT,
gOD LIVER OIL,
Tarraut's SELTZER APERIENT,
Hall's HAIR. RESTORER,
Barry's TRICOPHERO?S,
Burnet's COC?AIN for the Hair,
BUR KALMSTON for the CoWpl exion,
CONGRESS WATER. .
For Cooking Purposes.
EXTRACT
A full line o
LEMON, ROSE; ORANGE, VANILLA, PINE APPLE,
bi BAKING POWDERS, and SPICES of all kinds.
Toilet Articles for the Ladies.
PENN'S BOQUET COLOGNE.
POWDER BOXES, very handsome,
CAMPHOR ICE ?VINEGAR ROUGES,
TOOTH POWDERS and PASTB, !
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE,
LUB?N'S EXTRACTS,
PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR OIL,
PREMIUM BEARS OIL,
H?NDKERDHI?F EXTRACTS
HAIR POMADES, TOILET POWDERS
TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, 4c., Ac
CHOICE GROCERIES.
HAMS, Clear R. SIDES, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGARS, MOLAS
SES, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, CHEESE, MACCARONI, and all,Goods
kept in a first class stock, which will be Bold low for Cash.
Tobacco and Cigars.
Always on hand a supply of Choice TOBACCO and CIGARS.
?Sf' Prescriptions carefully Compounded day or night.
G. L. FENN.
June 12 tf * 25
A CARD
a
AT TELE COMMENCEMENT OF THE SECOND YEAR we offer our
tJiank8Tor the cordial and gratifying maries of encouragement and approval
whick our first year's business has received. Ife was conceived and started
under" t?e conviction that thei? was ample room in Augusta for a FIRST
CLASS MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT., and such a house
wopld rerirv? trie hearty endorsement of all who are wide ?wake to their
own interest. We found they were prompt to welcome the appearance of
such a house, devoted entirely to the business. We have earnestly labored
to meet their expectation, and we cordially state, as flattering as were our
hopes ifl the outset, success has, in all respects, far exceeded our expectation.
Alao, on hand, a full line of GENTS" FURNISHING GO?DS.
ih'?nhi?g 'you for past favors, xt? hope you will continue to favor us With
your orders.
Yours, most respectfully,
WSIT^AN & BEHSO??,
Broad Street, Opposite Masonic fiall,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Ga., April 17
2a
17
A WORD! A WORD?
'- 0
Times are Hafd> and Goods must be
Sold Low to meet the wants of
the People!
MEAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE SF DRUGS, &C.
-,-o
? HAVE tho pleasure of informing the public and my patrous that my
Stock in every Department is full ol First Class and Genuine Goods,-and I
have this day reduced all articles to the lowest possible rates.
The Public are cordially invited to visit my Store, and judge for them
selves of my Stock of Drugs, medicines. Chemicals, Parn**.
Oils, Varnish, Glass, Fancy Articles, Toilets, Colognes.
Extracts, Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Sec.-And especially to
judge of my Prices.
A full linc of Groceries always on haud, such as
Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Syrup, Molasses,
Sardines, Crackers, Jellies, Canned Fruits, .
Maccaro?i, Cheese,
Flour, Meal, Grits, Bacon,
And. all other articles usually kept in a first-class Gfrocery House.
And now, as for- . . *
Brandy, Whisky, (?in, Rum, Wine, Ale, Porter, &c.,
I Deli eve I have the inside track, and think that lovers of good liquors will
sustain me. . .
Now on hand a choice lot of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, and su
perb CIGARS of ail kinds. .
TV. A. SANDERS.
Bear in mind that to be sick is a costly thing. Therefore, set Pure and
Genuine Medicines, at reduced prices, and keep well.
When you are sick, send to Sanders' -Drug Store for your Medicines.
PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECEIPTS carefully compounded by
Dr. Sanders i fi person, at moderate cost.
The Ladies are invited to call and eiamine my stock* of Hair Brushes,
Combs, Pomades, Colognes, Extracts, Soaps, and many other articles of
hon seheld value.
W. A. SANDERS?
At Sanders^ Drug Store will be .lound EVERY ARTICLE sold by any
.other Drug House, and a gne^t many artioles not Bold by any one else. All
at reduced prices. ,
KEROSENE OIL,
Plire, Bright and Beautiful, 50 cents ^er gallon. : Five or more gallons, 40
eents.
April 3; tf 15 W. A. SANDERS.
00,000
"Worth of the Best
And Cheapest
DRY GOODS
ETER OFFERED. IN AUGUSTA,
For Sale on Credit !
TO THE FIRST NOVEMBER NEXT ON CITY ACCEPTANCE
lYo Trashy or Worthless Goods Solo ? t our Estab
lishment.
JAMES A- GRAY & CO.,
19-j; and VM Broad St., Augusta. Ga.
June 3 . tf 24
NEW G-OO BS!
Spring and Summer Dry Goods!
CLOTHING, F! LL SUPPLY.
--o
An Excellent and Well Assorted Stock of
' Boots and Shoes.
GROCERIES. . .
A Complete Stock Always -on Hand.
We keep a General" Assortment. So call for what you will-You are
;ure to find it at '
SAMS & ll I LI,.
April 17 ' . . tf 17
T. W. CARWIU&CO.,
GROCERS
-AND
Commission Merchants,
297 Broad St Augusta, Ga.,
PREPARING FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE, to meet
the wants of friends and customers in th^ way of Plantation and
Family Supplies., are daily making heavy additions ta their already
large Stock, to which they invite attention. Our Stock comprises in part :
BACON, LARD, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS, ,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, RICE, MACKEREL., SALT,
FLOUR, MEAL, CORN, '
BUTTER, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH,
WHISKIES, -BRANDIES, WINES, ALE, PORTER,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &Q.,
And'in fact EVERYTHING usually found in First Class- Grocery
Houses.
We are also Agents for the sale of Wm. Massey & Co's. Celebrated Phila
delphia ALES.
Will be glad at all times to see our Edgefield friends, and will sell the
Best Grade of Goods at the Lowest Market Pri?es.
' Mar 13 . . tf 12
WM. D. DAVIDSON, * I JOSEPH BXJMMEL.
Formerly of Firm Davidson A Ransom | Formerly of firm of W. C. Howitt A. Co.
DAVIDSON & BRUMMEL,
IVo. 283 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., .
(Fownerly W. G. Hewitt & Co.,)
RECTIFIERS, IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
Foreign I Domestic Eipors,
BRODIES, WnivS,'?I\, PORTER, ALE, &e.,
Aa! Tc^ae.eo aad Seg&ss of Every Yaeieiy.
_AVI$G purchased the Still, and other fixtures lateTy operated by- the
firm of W. C. HEWITT & CO., we take pleasure in announcing to. our
friends and the public generally that we will continu?* the
Rectifying and WhOi?sal? liquor Business,
In all it? branches, af the old s,&?d, No. 282 Broad Street, and hope, by
fair dealing, close attention to business, and-LOW PRICES, to merita
share of the public patronage
Mr. BRUMMELL having had an experience of forty years in the R?c
tifvinc arad LiouorB?HnesB, we hope to follv maintain in the future his
past repution for selling the F?REST AND CHEAPEST LIQUORS in
the market. - j
Orders respectfully, solicited, afld; al' goods guaranteed as represented.
J> AT1DSO* & RR JU.
Au^uaiA, May S Sin 20
PM?T BROTHERS
Axe continually receiving .
LARGE AND" COMPLETE STOCKS
-Of
New Furniture !
Comprising aj 1 the
LATENT STYLES AND PATTERNS
-Of
Parier, Chamber, V\m% Rosin
And ' V '
OFFICE ? ? It* ?T1 fi? K !
FROM THE^HIGHEST GRADE
TO T?tE. Lowish./ .
And consists of every art ide wt" ru ?tm -
TURE required to furnteh. w House or''
Office complete..
Call and examine nt ourWare-Rcouis.
Tjj^rtafciflg ! .
Always mi hand, ai thc W^U?fc/
beautiful i ?sk*u aud tases,
' ?f Our dwi. m?nnla^r?r?.''
PLATT BROTHERS,
212 and 214 Broad Street,
> .. . > AUGUSTA, GA.
July 2 <y ? 28"
.J.
JOHNSTON'S,DEPOT S.?.,
'Charlotte; O?l?i/?b?i ?? A?g4?>t? R. R.)
?AS in Store a General Stock ol, well
selected
sraiva SST eooBS,
Embracing full linea of
LADIES' DRESS 'GOODS,
WHITE GOODS,
DOMESTICS,
NOTIONS, ?tc.
-ALSO
HA/TS, CLOTHING,
BOOTH, SHOES, ?Sc., <ic.
With a full and varied assortment of
Family Groceries.
All ot' which will be sold' low for Cash
AT ATJG USTA PRICES.
Cotton and Country Produce takon in
exchange for Goods.
Apr 24 . ._Sm 18
Gard!
?
A. POULLAIN. Wat. B. DAVISON.
POU & DAVISON,
WHOLESALE GROCESS,
Broad St., opposite Globe Hotel,
i Auf lista, fra,
OFFER to MerchauU and- riunfcir*
ALL KINDS OF CHOICE GROCE
RIES at tue Lo?vct>t t^!, l'jm'.
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
SYRUPS, TEA*?,
BACO??, LARD, . ,'" '
SALT, BAGGING, TIES, .'
WHISKEY, WINES,
SEGA RS, TOBACCO, ?c, ore.,
Full Stocks always on hand.
?Tune 3 3m24
HOWARD & SON,
MACHINISTS & ENGINEERS
In both
STEAM AND WATER POWERS,
A.BE prepared to put up and start
Steam Englues o. Wate? Wheels, either
turbine or Overshot-, and for any pur
pose whatever. Repaies and general
Overhauling of Steam Engines and Boil*
(rs done promptly and on moderate
?rms.
Pumps and Pumping Engines for
iupplying water for household and field
ase ordered and put up to suit any 1o
:ality, and guarantied.
Cotton Gins Sharpened .and Repaired
lt short notice at your Gin House. The
Senior Partner will trive hi* entire at
tention to G\n Repairing and Gin Ma
chinery generally for the next two
months, while the Junior will attend to
iny other jobs in our line.
* Orders are respectfully solicited. Par
ies needing our- services will pleaso adi
J ress the Senior at Graniteville, or the
Junior at Augusta, Ga.
Any orders left at the Advertiser ofiiee
jr with Mr. Jas. E. Cook, Graniteville,
will receive prompt attaution.
Our terms are moderate, and we ask a
trial.
A. E. M; HOWARD,
Graniteville, S. C.,
ANDREW D. HOWARD,
Augusta, Ga.
June 19 lui 26
Sheriff's Sale. '
Male of South t-arolina,
BDGEFIELD COUNTY,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Wm. Gearty, 1
Eliza GeaSy, Patrick j" foreclosure.
Moore, et al. , J
BY virtue of an Order from the Hon.
S. W. Melton,, Circuit Judge, I will
proceed to sell at Edgeftcld C. H.. on
iale-dav in August next, a certain LOT
OF LAND in the Town of Hamburg, in
iio said County and State, with tho build
ings thereon, and all its appurtenances,
known in the plan of the snxi Town ol"
Hamburg as Lot Number one hundred
md sixty, fronting on Covington Street
ind running back one hundred and nine
ty and one-half feet to an alloy, bounded
m-the North by lot Number one : me
drad and sixty one, ti pon the following
terms, to wit:
The costs and one-third Mie'purehasa
mouev to.be paid in cash, the balance of
the purchase,money on a credit until the
first day of January, A. D. 1^7?, with in
terest from, day of talc. The purchaser
DO give bond and a mortgage'of the prem
ises to scoure the credit portion of the
purchase money. Titles and Stamps ex
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
July 10, 4t 29
Sheriff's Sale.
?Mate of south C ar ?itisa.
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
CO URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Piedmont <fc Arlington Life . 1
Insurance Company, !. Fore
vs. ; closure.
A. W. Atkinson. J
BY virtue of an Order from the Hon.
S.W. Melton, Circuit Jud* cv I will
proceed to sell, at Edgelield C. H.. on
Sale-dnv in August next,, all THAT
TRACT or MARCEL OF LAND, situate,
lving, and being in Beach Island, in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
Five Hundred and twenty-three (523)
Acres, more or less, with tho following
hute&and bounds: Bounded on the North
by lands of Thoa. W. Whatley ; Easr, Dy
lands of Janies Hankinson and of- the
Estate of David Westbrook ; South by
lands of the Estate of John Stnrwjnfcg
cor and Samuel Clark ; and West by
lands of Samuel Clark and Thos. W.
Whatley, ap? tat following term*, to
wit* The cost? aa? one-tarrd of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, thc bal
ance of th? purchase money ona credit
of twelve months, with interest from day
of sale. The purchaser to give bond aa? .
mortgage ol tins premisas to secure tba
Credit portion of tue purchase money.
Titles and Stamps extra.
JOHN H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
July 10,_4b ' 29
{oe! Ice!
" 'of ICE constantly On hand
for s?lo at reduced rn testify
. A. A. CLISBY,
May 22 tf '
Gin Repairing!
\X'E are now ready to Overhaul and,
? T Repair all kinds of Cotton Gina
at short nbtico, and at reasonable ratea.
W. GASTON * SON.
Ridge Spring, S. C., June 12
\TIcdicaJ Voticc.
17IR0M this date I wiU practice Medi
? ctno exclusively for Cash. ,. -n.,T
T. B?.PATTISGX
Jan 17 6rn 4
jjght??tts Fly lOBerT"
KILLS by the million, and^o?tiji -
utantly. Give it a trial.'gr ^eb
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