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The Adverlising Agency of Messrs.
"Walker, Evans <fc Cogswell, represented
by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only
authorized Agency for this paper in
A. ? .}fj ". k ? . , .. . ....
Our Drj-Goods Men.
MR. J. H. CHEATHAM".-Thi? gentle
man is lately back from New York, and
tbg&fce a^mpli8?^\|ortJyiiror| while
there, is fully attested by hi%novel and j
attractive listen anrtjber, eolumiw All
that is neVps?andSaow'Vop^?art??W
dies' Dress cftoda ?fee., may now be seen
at Mr. J. H. CheathamW while h fa bi her
departments;'&s usual, are roost admira
bly rilled. Consult?is hats. ? .
%lBMdft 4 f^BB?L^oV!?o?cW'
feeHho liveliest interest in these brave
bcys^ev?n'? f tfey"aidTa?tli?r?^'t?ea?1"]
tifnl Qfbft tBtoflS ep^brmightto^Bdge
fieldT^Bbt wfh t?fems^?yes all right,
and^fll?^l, tfor^jhan rigK jbey
have a double claim. Mr. Cobb is also
Just from New York,' and the firm speak j
for themselves.in this issue.
?a?*tWi?sax*m rans?ciiig; Naj* Yofk; j
for comforts, novelties and beauties for
his customers. And has succeeded to a,
veryT! At all points and ip* every de
partment he is fully equipped and ready j
for the campaign. Among his speciali
ties ?ure exquisite Kid Gio vea and Readjtv
Made Dresses. . He also speaks for him;,
self to-day.
Nea? ?taij*Six. ??
int jije coarse* of a qnar
,* between Adam H??fc
, both colored men, j
i&fett e"f*Br, ?tew-'j
art, near Ninety^ijt^ Coleman, seized a (
clnb ana ?truck Hacket a fatal blow,
from-the effects of which he djed on the |
following, day^ J^ev^a -was propptfy ?
arrested ana* carried to Abbeville jail,
.T.Vi _ul. -
A Chapter for S barp-Ey ed People?
The great advertisement of G. L. Penn
*B*i^?? Mis wo&'a J?^eftW,< tar%nV|
phatically a chap ;er fol* sharp-eyed peo
ple. Groceries and Drags are a-weighty
problem.for most faroiUqs,,and anything
bearing upon 'tit* o^es^ieh* Yet doefc tn>
great advertisement of the Penna, de
serves the careful sx-rntbay of the public.
In those lists there are many good things ,
you know of aire idy. and there are also
many good things "which you do not
'enow, but which you ."vould like to,
know. Avery worthy, a very, solid, a
very complete Establishment, is thai
the Messrs. Penn.
Further of the Dark Corner Difficulty.
On the 10th inst, Trial Justice Ramey
held an inquest upon the body of Henry
Forb, the whit* V^rgrah killetf by the
negroes at.Sharptou's ]?i the Dark Cor
ner. Subsequent" W ih^lnqueat, three
negro meq, found to be most seriously
imp?fcwted' ^g?*-* theftise?ves Up, were
brought to our jail, and released en bail.
Their names are Hal. Buss?y\ Isaac Da>
vey, and Dan. Hgrdv.< ? jffi .
Heavy frost on Sunday morning last,
and another, not quite so heavy oh Mon
day morning. The damage to Jrardens,1
however, is by no means sb great as
might have been expected.. And BO of
the fruit. The fruit prospect, though, is"
not good. So little cotton is up that the
frost had but little scope in this respect.
The floral decorations sud music at the
Episcopal Church on Easter Sunday,
were befitting the joyful season.
We have noted the presence of an un
usual number of strangers in our midst
during the past week. There was our
lively and cavalier friend, A. Baron
Holmes, Esq., of the famous Charleston
Book House-come to bring his lady on
a visit to her family. And Mr. Edward
Magrath, of Charleston, on a visit to his
brother-our honored townsman. And
Genl. M. C. Butler-on law business-^
and quite at home of course. And Capt.
Murdough, of Norfolk, Va., a gallant
and distinguished officer of the Confed
erate Navy-on a visit to old friend*,
Mrs. and Miss Plckens. And Wm. Tal
bert Esq., of Alabamar-one of OM*4 Tal
berts, and looking so like them that it is
hard to believe you don't see hint every
Sale-day-on a visit to his brother Capt.
Bart-many old friends de I i girted" to wel
come him.
^T^^free schools heir^p^to^ ^^jto* ^
and the money, and the fuss and confu
sion, that the little negroes are taught in-,
a verv scratchy and jnmpv.msnner.
Our young people have had no pic-nics
or fishing-parties this spring: Whaydo.
our young Then mean i ' Have they sef- '
j Heil do wi i in to a'regul a r set ?f " gourds' ' ?
Poky yoong men,-, you know, are called
i ''.gt??rd**f. t30>*-?a-^ayi^and iSrerr. prop
erly. -It'salmost better'to be wiu hood
lam" than a." gourd! '' . - , *
W^Jbs^jKs)f?n&d'a liberal and lively '
experience of the " Belle Marie" lately
-^ln? fanions' Mathis" wine. And how
pure and delicious it i? ! This wine-mak
ing ifi ?ur section is one of the brightest
features of th? times. . Who will bear off
the palm in this lino this summer- ? As
tor^we ^^?StVrf >tlw- "?cllc *^arie!"
jt i's grail fV?ng lo^iiotc^-and deserves I
public commendation-with wha't spirit
of accommodation, energy and ciliciency
t:K- Mesm. il ri oe. 'father and son, '. keep
up their -Mack' Lino between Ibis and
the Pine House. Their efforts shoold
be duly appreciated.
Since tho fees of the Sheriff have-been
so seriously vut down by Act of the Leg
islature, Hardy Wall, our Sheriff, ha?
bravely resumed tho plough-hand Ica-r
-by wblicLn>?irit<)rious proceeding Mr.
Wall -certainly sets avery good example.
Our honored neighbor, Mrs. B. M.
Talbert, has had the first Green Peas of
the season, in Eitye'rield. Qr rather, sie
has had them. And ll aijy ?.IH) e.^se has,
then we don't know it. (
Eif?$?&r?t??,"<xrlaiti' prisoners in'
our jai!, sing, in a very -lusty manner
"O-who-will come und go wi th me M rn
beapa? ?fer fp.ePror.msed Lan?L,?jBt/iariga;
ft ls how singing lightens thc burden of
? Odontolina,?-Au J^xcellcut Prepara
tiva. '. .'
Wo have recently tested'tho "Odynto
Unaf"-?ieuew and popular Mouth Wa?h
recenrlj- 'Introduced, 'in this, was?et by
?* j^ J*^*yf>Qca9&?> The Q?Vm
tvl?ia leaves ? mos? pleasnrtt flavor in
tjbe mouth-ppre and a^^-^sn^f^otlo
any ipi ?g'of the krnd we har* over nie J.
It is Said to be a combination of the bark
of tneSoutirAmcrk-an Soap Tree, with
other cleansing and preserving mgredi
ents, dei>W??rjf I *P'lt** above
?tated, imparts a sense of cjeanliness to
the a?xJ teetft altogether "d?Hgbt
foM ?mt^^K^in^&^^rPA
will Uank us for adnsfngrou todo>?.
' ;-,-?i ? '' ? ' ' -?' "' -'
ff The next Animal *?fceqtjng of the
StockhoMerS of tho Gramtevilfa Mauu
faotjMinfr CoiBpanrwiU be-*Ai at tiieir
Qj^i^G-^tejr?le, oaThiK^jrt??
t^U^fw^-^i i*-*'' .: i
Our Sew, Town- Council'.
'^.MoudfcylesV beca$rr^.bu^^
^?pij^?^^e^o??. ?u^^tWgna? White
and colored, wisely combined in support
?^0714 and &&sjMri#'cket-a ticket upon
which both parties and both races are
ably "represented. This ls .exactly as it
should be, and will undoubtedly lead
?ot only to harmony and mutual g?j^d
ibepnftbot-also'to* increased publio ei*S
dwreyv The Jf>?rbdl ef the-past twelve.
month? waa a good and ad active one
the beat perhaps ws_ have had far years.
vApdiwe |io^tuid?eli^v% that tito new
on?witt ho? <mly. Wilow in Its fbo'fstepa,
but^|i;hjwb^ter ^ane^, broader chance,
outstrip i?fan JT?-*?f?ilto't the elec
tion was as follows :
J? A ; . ? 1 Fpr Intendant. *.*.'
?. "T. CHEATHAM. "
For Wardens.
it. jj. T?RNER,
ROBT. GR?L3N,
-*''A.A. CLlSBY, *
* GEO. fflMKINS? y ff
?i . i A Partial ge&ensCnt. V. i
On vesterday, the 15th, Mr. P. A. Eich
eIL?rp:T, the late County Treasurer, had
a partial settlement with the Count?
Cbm missioners, lind took their^ receipt*
?f?r'?o^T?i^w^chiamo?nt?ne* bad -paid
kMty ?ocording to vouchers, *>r> dbe Coun
ty. He say? that he is owing the Com
missioners some few hundred dollars
yet, and that he will settle in full at the
n?xt meetmg of the Board.
? t/j
When Toa go to >An gustav1 Visit -These
' . ' Places. .. ..
MRS. LS oKIE'S.-AR usual; Mrs. An
na Leckie has imported and prepared
miracles ot Millinery for th? delectation
of,th? fair ones. FaspW wjalsnever less
! exclusive than now. "Almost every age
lvof :htetory <?A^ibnt&^^ #odels f?F. tab
^present styles; 'and rrom wese^Mrs.
i Leckie, with the rare taste Which charac
ter i 2 cs iverh a* sel ec ted and gracefully
' combined* 'aU the best^ ideas. See Mrs.
Beeline's new. J^^of'ladies?ti^ret?re,
must visit Mrs. LoQkie'?i or die !
JORDAN'S.-Jordan is an Edgefield
inan.who set up in t^?lnthing Business
a'year or so'agcH-bufr witbr tbsexperi
ence of years to back him-and with a
personal character to attract many custo
mer?;, and hold 'th?n? fl?st ftr?vB^; His j
Clothing for Men and Boys is'not sur
passed in style and quality, by any in the j
city. So read Jordan's advertisement ;
fand put his narue high opon your card.
RC-GERET.-"Mr. E." G. Rogers is the?
proprietor of the grand new Furniture |
Establishment.* And you must not fbr
gtt that fashions change in furniture as \
well as in raiment. For instance, you
.might step into Rogers* and behold many
beautiful tliiups without having an idea
of what they we're, arid yet they would
turu out te be new and improved chairs, :
sofas, barrans, bedsteads, and the like, j
Wonderful it is to view the new things j
at Rogers'. But Rogers keeps all styles
of furniture-from the'handsomest to the I
plainest from the oldest to the newest
patterns He has a new announcement
in this week's Advertiser.
? f? ??.*?' 4-* *?H? $
. ' THl$PE<$#LEe*CLOTHING STORE.
-This is Ramsay's where Edgefield peo
ple will find not only their, old friend,
Ramsey, but also their older friend.
John Lynn. " Foe many and many a > ear
Ramsey has had a hand (and an able one
?lt thai! j in ulo.bjug the citizens of Edge
field ?nd their ch i Uren. And surely no
man deserves kinder remembrance from
customers than Ramsay. His present
Stook is Large. Varied and Complete ber j
youd ali description. And his Tailoring |
Department is unrivaled. Read his new
card, and write his name in the palms
of your hands.
COuKE'S.-Certainly no one in Edge
field will ask what Cooke's is I, For did
not our great-grand fathers buy their
Clothing from Cooke? And our grand
fathers, fathers and uncles since? And
ourselves still later? And will not our
children and childrens' children do the
same thing after us? Certainly they
will. We have no ^oubt the Bay bf |
Judgment will find Cooke's crowded
with delighted men buying Coats, and
Punts, and Vests, anti Hats, and Shirts,
| and all that. And Blanchard arrayed in
Cooke's muutie ' .How well hs wears it]
- Of course we will aU go to Cooke's.
2TEBLETT & GOODRICH'S^-It is
only the Cotton magnates who need go
te>Neble?t <fc Goodrich, the grea? Southern
[Manufacturers of Cotton Gins. And by
the by, speaking of cotton magnate's,
look at tho list of them contained in the
[.new cardHof-Messrs. Nebietfift Goodrich
[in another col limn. They a^o men, who
i know; a-good oofioo gin from a poor.?n?. !
But all sharp men bay Xebleit & Good- 1
rich's Gins, any way, now-a-days; so
.there is no use saying any more on the
subject.
, PROSTAV.T3.-Prontaut. tho rnag
f nifl*?nt-*jewe?br: But yo?'^M riot find
him where you have lound him for
twenty-five years past He has moved
further up town-between the Central
and Globe Ii ot elsewhere bb bas opened
a new establishment which you can
scarcely believe to have been produced i
except by a vigorous rub of Aladdin's
lamp. Prontaut Has a magnificent Regu
lator which gives time to ? ll Augusta*
So step in and sei your watch.
THE SOUTH ( AROLI^'STpH*.- !
Tbis-is Powell A 3"[u*i?r'a ; And recreant
to country 'and to. km i,s the Edgefield
man or woman who does not go thither.
[?-?ml leave there a considerable moiety
of his or her oash. Powell & Muller are
j South Carolinians-fir** CQimiu? to alt of j
us. So let us do. our duty by them. In
j to-day's A itveriiser they give forth pleas
ant' '. sounds," 'Turn to their new card,.j
and listen.'
A Correction.
In ourlast issue, in noticing the pres
ence of certain negroeson th?; front seats,
afc the Chiriskl Entertainment, and ira-1
mediately adjoining those occupied .by
[.ladies and gentlemen, wo said one of the
party Was "u colored woman of doubt,
ful character '} In using these two- latter
words *tve doubtless did the person in
question an Injustice ; as wo have since
i.boou shown high commendations in ber
behalf fVoh)-prominent gentlemen of Co
lmnbfe-^-stating that she had been reared
in thut city, And had ever bornea good
moral and religious character. Our. in
j ibiiuatii/u.. authorizing .ilic .use of U-.0.
words alluded tb,, was based on>.tReasser
tion dt aJcolorecrmrarnDerorme Legisih
ture from Edgefield[) but from the teati-.
monials which have been plac?c? in our
hands, wo are satisfied that he was wrong
in bis assertions ; and therefore, whit*
( we still' condemn th& coVdu'cr^b/thW
'colored beoplepra WrdUs; tbeuiselves
'' where they, were-' not wanted; yet we
readily make tUe above correction as to
tho colored woman, as'we- wouJd not,
un<5cr-3iiy circumstances, cast a doubt
upon 05 damn the character of, any one
'.9*4. tax j ' : ..--.f.. A ? '
The Trap Door Domi ?nd Another Old
i ti C*8ht\ . ri
Marney at NewberVI; s/c*.- Ort* the
6th inst, hard and fast by two preachers
T. 1% ?Up*?, Ej?,., of the Processive
Agre, and^?iks W H-iOEGitpKa, of New
ucrrv County. . ?
\tSf& Tom Slider we congratulais yb?
-and pow that you hayje, a guiding
"Star" # ydur ^wn, jre trust jou^ftb??
turo carieter may be crawuoti with tKe
most perfect pCftOONauuv sp?l.asiiSJyink'
?. DBI teSON, "
DRUGS, MEQlClttgS9 PAINTS, OILS
TOILET AHB F1H0T ARTICLES,
TOBACCO, SEGrARSj <fcc,
i . . ?;
We take pleasure in informing ' our- friends And -thepublic
that our Stock .of DR^GS, -MEDICINES and. ?ROCERIES,
in every Department, is now complete, ?nd of the.best quali
ty, and we have marked.all; of Goods at the lowest possible1
rates.'; r}~ ;>./. ?;."?' .' ". f. " ": .. ; .
Physicians, Fam?s, Merchants, and -.the Ladies in p?rticu-,
lar, are invited tc/Wl and examine om Stock ot Goods, and
note the low prices at which we are selling. W. B, PENN
will ?lways' be founds at his post ready to serve his friends and
customers..-.. J- , , '
Oar Stock Embraces in -part:
Jayne's EXPECTORAT,.
Tutt's EXPECTORANT,/ ' : ? ../.
Allen's LUNG BALSAM, ..; ' " ./..'.'.
Hf . . Cook's WINE TAR, for Coughs and Colds,
.g.ypt J .^itepimb,s;ASTHMA REMEDY,
' :. Ayer's CHERRY PECTORAL, ' ;
-?^^.^-^?^WirtwVBAIiSAM.OP WILDCHERRY?
Bradfield's FEMALE REGULATOR,
POPULAR PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR.
Ayer's Hair V?GOR,-.
n i Cbeval?er's UFE FOR THE HAIR,
** ?r/T?b?tts' H?.IR REGULATOR, * T "
Hall's HAIR RENEGER, . ' ' . ?'
Barry's TRICOPHEROUS,
/Burnett's aOCO AINE,
POM?DESaod Hair OILS in endless variety.
FOR THOSE WHO SUFFER WITH LIVER
COMPLAINTS,
Dr. Sanford's LIVER ?NVIGORATOR;
;Dr. J. Walker's VINEGAR BITTERS,
Dr. Simmons' LIVER REGULATOR!
BITTERS AND TONICS. ;
- -Tuft's GOLDEN EAGLE BITTERS,
Hosteler's STOMACH BITTERS,
Solomon's STRENGTHENING glTTfiRS,
Drake's PLANTATION BITTERS,
McLean's STRENGTHENING CORDIAL.
\ru ( '1 \ ; ! ?ti : '. j Kj \
TOILET ART?CJjJDS FQR RADIES.
Penn's Bouquet COLOGNE,
Lubin's Genuine EXTRACTS,
Bell COLOGNE,
Alwood COLOGNE,
Handkerchief EXTRACTS of every description,
Hair OILS and POMADES, seleot Savoring,
Toilet POWDER BOXES, very handsome,- *
Toilet SETS, .ali colors, '
Tooth SOAPS and POWDER, '
LILY WHITE, ROUGES and Toilet POWDERS of every kino\
f ? Toilet SOAP, all flavors,
Tooth, Nail, and Hair BRUSHES, full stock.
We were very careful in selecting the above Gooda, and oan guarantee
each article to be pure and. of the beat quality.
FOR COOKING PURPOSES,
SEA FOAM, something new and excellent,
EXTRACTS Lemon, Rose, Orange, Vanilla, Pine Apple, &c,
A full line of Baking POWDERS, and SPICESof all kiudj},
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS AND KEROSENE OIL.
.Always on hand a full stock of LAMPS and CHIMNEYS, all styles,
And Pure Kerosene OIL.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AND CON
.FECTIONERIES.
SUGAR and COFFEE,
PLC UR and MEAL. . -,
CHEESE a?d MACCAR?NI,
Goshen BUTT?Rand LARD,
PICKLES and SAUCES, . .
' MUSTARD and SPICES, '.< f .
JELLIES, all flavors, ''. '
' , , Canned GOODS, ... . i ; -, : ? . \
? J.j Td TEACHE?aad PINE APPLES,1 ; \l fl '
? LOBSTERS ard SALMON, ' " '
Deviled HAM and TURKEY,
OYSTERS and. SARDINES,
CANDIES and CONFECTIONERIES in variety,
RAISINS, CURRANTS,- CITRON,..
NUTS of all kinds, &c./&c.
FINE sEftARS AAP TOBACCO.
1 If you wish .to smoke afme Segar, or a ittpply of good. Chewing o$. S wo
king TOBAC?O, yo'u cati get it at ' ' ;
'i'i? ?'HOSE WHO iu?KE CrOOD TC A.
I We have* a splendid ?tock of Green and Black TEAS, which we can
jhigH^e^end, ?all ?nd.,^ it. .. ; . ^
. . .....'?! i , I je
. -, ? . . ' i . ?
r Prescriptions Compounded day and night with the
greatest care by W, B. PEM. :
Mi? ? 3 1 !- i ?. ; ? - .. /' . ( Ul-iJ
I^Give us astrial.; Anxk. we .'g?ai^nte? satisfaction to all
I who share they; trade with us.
G. L. PENN & SON,
. : Nov $f Park Row,
i .EOgefield, & C., Apr9 lm 6
'. ? '" ^^','**'**T,,?*''',"','**?,'
N?WG00t?Sf
H-.:'.I . . ; . '
Hlfi^r GOODS !
vtjiSr' ? -?ti' \C . Sr:.-v?*: .-7 w v . . - ? ?i
(A. ??. ' ' . " ?:./if l.t.,:; wAU-'
r M.-4, : . ?; : ? v . -. \ . *..* , . v,.
A. ,\. CLIS??Y
..: ' v . ' . -DEALERTN-r^- * : " : ' J ;,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,: pye Stuffs, <
.PUTTY, PAINT BRUS HES, BASH-TOOfcS/ 'f
^TOILET MTftEl, PEt^MfSY, .
STO?M0R WINES1 MD LIQU0B8 OF EYEBY GRADE,
Fine Tofcaeeo, Segazs,
>? .?*: ... - i > i y - *
; 1 . . ? ' , *fn?f?* ' V ?
I respectfully invite the attention bf the public to ruy large
and complete Stock of Drugs, jrlueh *rere( personally sejecte|'
with the greatest care in reference t? quality, " and viii b?
offered at the lowest figure's. ! I
My Stock cpnsi8ts in part af the 'following indispensable
and valuable Eemedies : * . v . ' " ? 1 14
3 Dozen Dr. Tutt's Exp?ctorant for coughs and colds,
3 'V ' " u Sarsaparilla and Queen's'Might .,'
.'2 11 Radway's Sarsapawllia^R^solv?n^'v^^ ggf
.4 " ? Ready Relief " ' . ; , -
,12 ' " Jayne's Alterative for Purifying the Bloody
2 . lt 14 Expectorant,
.3 " Ayer'8 Cherry Pectoral, ' *
r $ :fi " . Sarsaparilla,1,
1 44 Piso t's Consumption'Cure, * ^ - .
.2 . 44 Allen's Lung Balsam, ?. . .
. 1/ " Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry. , ' ;
.;>/;.. . f . ; .'. T. - Wi
. ? l. .' .' -, i - v 3 r? A s A
VEGETABLE LIVER PILJiS !
6 Dozen Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills,
. 4 44 Ayre's 44 44 ? '
4 <{ R. Regulators,
2 44 Jayne's Sanative Pills,
* 2 44 McLean's Liver "
Jj ?.
BITTERS! BITTERS ! '
25 Cases HC^ME STOMACH BITTERS,
3 " Hostetters's <4 {<
, 2 Walker's Vinegar ? . . '
? 2 " Plantation ? 1 |]fl)- '
^ (- Panl^nin's Hepatic {
} Tutu's Golden Eagle ?4
J . ? : .
6 CASES IMPORTED^^ SCHIBDAM S0HN-APPS
A Superlative Tonic and Medical Beverage.
8 DOZEN DR. SIMMONS* REGULATOR T \
Prepared, in bottles and packages, by J. H.. Zeityn. t^e
only genuine Simmons' Liver Regulator.
*CXf.BT ?BUCLES ANB EEEF??MEEI,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY. .
2 Dozen Lubin's. Genuine Extracts,
2 44 Condray's Extracts; assorted,
1 " Lcgrand's 14 White Rose and Violet,
2 44 44 . Oriza Oil, ' .
2. 14 Tetlow's Violet and Jockey Club. J 1
Toilet Sets, very pretty,
Handsome China Vases,
Parian Vases and Boxes, '
feohemian Gilt and Cut Glass Perfume Bottles,
Handsome Powder Boxes and^Puffs, &c.'
V FLORIDA WATER.
3 Dozen Vanzandt & Pollock's Florida .Wate'r^ the bested
Cheapest Perfume.
IMPORTED WINES AND BM1I!
. 10 Cases fine old Hennesey Cognac,
4 44 Imported Champagne,
6 .<4 44 Madeira and Sherry Wines,
. 2 44 44 Claret and Old Port " .
2 '44' 'Rhine Wine,
4 Casks Scotch Ale and'Porter. ii*,? . fi
OLD RYE AND CORN WHISKEY !
20 Bbk Old Rye Whiskey, different grades, .
10 44 Cora ' " ,-4i i/liVi .. u if.l?
To Dealers in the above Goods the assurance . is give,n
that my prices will be found as low aa any Souse in th? South..
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
?Tust received 2 Boxes Stultz A. A. A. A,
2 Boxes Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco; . ? . li
Also, a fine variety of Superb Segara. . ?r., y
' ,?.. '...-?.? .? i Util
ZW An early call solicited. f , , fc
.. . . ? .? ? . - v ? . .. . t tb
I take this occasion to return thanks ..ta my friends and'the
public for the liberal patronage extended ' to me during the
past two years, and I hope by st"ct attention to business and
to the desires of my customers to merit it .continuance/ of the
TS ;': . A. A. CL ISS Yv 6
I^Prescriptions Compounded sit all hours^ ^ ^
t PEA VE! obtained Lc^t?rs'Paient for fl?? ?u?ntioV of.cipi-T '
:,<?li8&;" Machiniste, Farm?rs.ahfl PlaVi'ter?T?, (he, p&|s ?Hhe?mC "it is >5v.Qpivd? ??pcfition .?h?a -,bcatr ?ilf?*.
iMachine ev?T'prTefed tO'thVS?uth.'. % djges'i/s^voik ,\vitf eas*,.,nejiinep^u??i?brnM^-apd ftghtiiiig epee?*. I FW1-'
a-60 Sav/ t?in ib'thre?'pofyptfm it; nuc?. rfi.pG.? p?pw?,w.a?, t?uifrl iin,t?l'i was-?cr? the^hole^lOvlinder.. . * v*'
estate;- 'County' and' SH?p. Rights . foe s#e. 'Vn.4 for iilustr?i^d f?rtrular and .'.Price usk* A?%m? Rjda*
jSptlng, (Ci C. & AV R: R.^SVU*r ; v, ^ / ,?" '., ' .'. ,a:v'* '* . .
. APry . .,-..,...;? M^': Wa . 1 ?.....?.-..i . ?tr. ?Lin
Club Bates for the New Year!
Daring' the present yea^'wo/will fur-,
nish the.Advertiser to: Club's" at?h?'fo?'
lowing low rates : 4 ' : ' ?* ?'t .
'To Clubs ^of/Five .Subscribers, at JH?
' ?ffch, cash in advance, ' " . ? / ^2$)
!To CTub.s orten Subrc^ '
cash in ad vance! and one copy'
extra to head of Club. . . 20,00..
, Make up your Clubs-at o?c?| t?d corn- '
m?nce "With' the'first.of the year, * '.
Jim?ar3r?;;?87}J.,A 'rr' * " ' *
'? lin ' . i
WHOSB^utPsoMBHotisi: IS TH^Tf
Such.was .the .inquiry of the traveller,.,
as.he passed an duuauaily Well huibhe-d .
residence ntxt fnany miles from here. '
TMe styl? of-the sashes,' th?c!eartr??? of j
lb? glass,, tho beauty of the blinda aud
doors, the neatness, ol the columns and '
balusters around .the piazza, the perfect '.
proportion of the brackets- and m?ufil
l ngs, all ?Struck the- traveller with pleas- i
ure and admiration. AU the above were
furnished by Mr. P.P. Toale, of Charles-.,
tori, S. C. Prices sent \ree oaju?pllcatlou.
Notice-Two Silver Medals and lour
Diplomas. were awarded to Alfred. C.
Force, 258 Broad St., Augusta,- by the
Cotton,States Fair ^---yuiaflou, ipr.tba.'
largest, finest ?nd best assortment. Qi.
Boots and Seoes. 6m. 6. ,.
. Religious ApuoinlineiUs-, ,.,.
Itwill preach (D. V.)at the following'
places, (hour ll A. M.; uni eas otherwise
mentioned,) \iz:m . \ . <~T
Little Stevens' Creek, Thuniday April..
lQth.v .. .... . .s... ... .? . -
BedJBank, Saturday and Sunday, 12th
and 13th,' ,;,<., li
adea.T^esda^^th.. * , . mC j
? Qop'd Hope, Thursdayf\)?\. . . .
Pine Pleasant, Saturday, antfSunday,.
19th aud 20th. ' . " . - . :
Chestnut[Hill, Tucsday, 22d,
Bola Spring, Thursday, 24th..... . "I
Mount?irq?jrc?k, Saturday andSu?dav, '
26th and ,27th. , 1
Gilgal, Tuesday, 2flth, ; ' " '
Rehoboth, Thursday, May 1st.
Callihams, Saitirday and sYriday, 3d'i
add 4?: . ' ' 1
Plumb Br?hch, Tuesday, ?th.. "
Bethlehem, Thursday, 8th. m
Red Oak Grove, Saturday ffcd, ?unday-j I
10th and 11th. ' \ '? ' . j
Red Hill, TuesdaysMttr. ' . ^ '
Antioch, Thursday, 15th. ,
Hom's Creek,'Saturday "and Sunday,
17th .-ind J?lh.?- \l'??? 8
.Where it desirable, brethren vuU please,
make arrangp^uents beforoh*n,d for fill-. ?
ing up the timq intervening between thc
above appointments, with visiting, prnv- i
er.moetings, preaciiing to tho colored j
people, ?c. ' S. P. G ETZEN, '
Missionary, Edge?old Association.
--UJJL_t-a.
, REMOVAL I . J
MRS. E. WEB BEE, j'
DRESSMAKER,
Augusta, Ga. ; .
RETGO1? lnf0rjD 'ber customers, and
Ki ? K!roa<l st?? (over Bai-rett, |
7 vc Co's, artig Store,) whore she.will
oe pleased to-fidt on thom, ?uni is now
in receipt-of aRthe newest, fashions for
the present s?ppm.' 5 , ?...'..?..
Augusta, Apr. 1, 3t * 15.
Maje and Female High.School,
, . .. x7. ?z '
* ?ToltrastoTi^ Dej3ot. ',u
X. HIS aoh?ol will he opened on Mon
day, May 5tl>, under tho dir"fc?on" 'of
"Rev. LUTHER BRU ADDLES,.as Princi
pal, with^Pch-ltsaistanco aSmny bc nec
essary.
Ternis: Five, seven'and ten dollar's per
quarter of ten wooks> Music on piano
extra. Board can ^e obtained in the
neighborhood at reasonable rates.
For admittance or further .particulars,
apply to V ' W. J.*RI?ADY,
Johnston's Depot,
C. C.& A. R. R.
, Apr. 0, 'St 16
SCIIOQI Commissioner's Office,
' . . EDGEFIELD 0. H., vVpr. S, 1^73.
NOT?CE is hereb/given that Hie Pub- j
lie Schools, in Edgeiield County. '
will be closed on and alter tho 15th day
.of April, 1873.
Teachers will please forward their re
ports to this Office as soon as possible.
Tko Trustees otthe. varioyS School Dis
tricts are' required durlijg*- the" present
?year to enumerate the cjii;drcn in their
respective School Districts, between the
.ages of 6 and .16, designating them by
name, and distinguishing between white
and colored, male .-mu female
. They must make-their returns to Um
? School Commissioner hythe 1st day o?
Jhlynext. ForenumetfUing.fhe Sen?-',
la-stic population thev are" allowed'"?ive
! cents a head.;.>J.G-EO. A.-MORGAN,
j .> . ^ 'UC.B.C. . ;
1 Apr. 9, .' +** 8t ? . ???;'
. ??. ? '_.., -
. For Sale. .
ONE Fine RosovWood-PlANO, cheap,
fin Bushels pnro Btmcroft .Prblihc
COTTON SEED, at $1 per Bushel.
, . v ; ? ,W. P. BUTLER.
Apb'tf, ' 1 "2t; .. -* 16 .
Lumber! Lumber I
IltAVShb^. oil hind nt'^aoh "?t'my
Steam SSwMfl?s, near Joh nst?h's De
pot, a line assortment bl FIRST. CLASS
LUMBER, and will sell-the same1 at, rea
sonable, prices.
I ?m'also prepared tb deliver liumber.
Will deliver gbotf Lumber; St Bdgofield
0. H. for ?17.50 per thousand feet,. J?sh
on delivery ; af any other poiriis of great
er or less distance, at i slight ^difference
in price. ' . F. M- GIBSON,
Agr.9, lm - ' l?
Tobacco. . i\
E1IGHT Boxes of pure Virginia Leaf
i CHE WING TOBACCO, for sal eyery
loikmi't'i ??Vi GJuFFDS*iCOBB*5i
Feb. 19, .* tf 9
2D02EN* moro of the SEAMLESS
KID GDOVES, at
GBIFFEN&COBB'S^.
.Feb. 18, ' "tf .?- . '.;. "* 9.
?roff Florida Sjmpi
alUST received Ifour B?frais JNEW
Crop FLORIDA . SYRUP, Wn??rr wi?
be sdld C?heftp for' Cash, either "by the
^el?rGejlo?; , ,
. ..o.t.- >v* .-, , tri??; 'y. .. . ...?fl ; .V. ?. (T "tO f . )%
! >.;. I ^.Vy-tV.*?t.-V? ?'? i-v.- . j ?? . ;,..>< .? r.a -, 4
i ....Ji.. v,:..-'l'tv ?-?- v.. .* ... fej ?Sn" ...... .-...<?<*
.** ?:.-.) I-..'?. V'>i'<: .?i r (NV -.: ..'?. .*'..?? . *r >>?
i;?..? ..ti) . .., jD?a,lo2T . lix
?ffi? l?QBS i
! "? ? ?' X ntl. i v ??.^ ?/.- j 1* ?... > ?.. ., .? .. : ? . . ' i
; * * Y . -J ??%.. .<? rf? v . . . *
/. '%OT:fo^ '
. ? ?B:0{3!E;?l I EB,; ::
, ....i-!,.'*?.; ,iA,^., . ?. . . .. .... . . . . ?.... . t/
>* ?:' . ?n-/ ... ... ?-4?-^ . .' . '. *. .
hr HOUSE DEPOT* ?. C?'? A. R. R. !
j ..?. . . . ? * .* "X-?*, g II. ? ?-;-*
j "With'thfe .retnrn of;8prin^be"g? to irjfo'fra Ws.tfu.stora?rs?nd'tli? public glin*'
eriiliy/that Je lag now, in %re,^ and' constantly arriving;* tfe ISai^?flt' .
Stock -?>? Good* evarJanded between CtfYup^ia^ Augusta-., .. j*^
I #i s- .. I O' g. ^ . j aV ^ ^ ^
fcerxfiWinJtn^'^ at?Wanc?'?oot?.-?, is ^?rr/
biete. *
t-.c.-, "V ?*i*s ??A4
t -0 -J! li >. .? . .. ,
i.,., SH6^-'A??1) BOOT;DEPAitra^T. ' /*
. . Also full and complete,
I%OT?03?S AI?? WHITE ?OODS DEPAHTil?EI?T5
% . . - . . . *
. i . Deserving of special attention. .
a ' --o-'
BIOSIEHT, CrliOT?, AN? HAT DEPARTIttEiVT,
Magnificent I *
-o-:
; GROCERY n^*ART?IEi\TT
. . ' . A careful speciality -of tbe establishment.
-0- .
CBOCKERV Ai\i> ??AR?WAIIE DEPARTAIENT
" v . '. " N?tHog. lacking here. /.
-.-~-o
W?XE AXW M^VOJX D?PART?WEJVT.
' '. '. ' . Splendid !
. --0-*
, 20,000 POMit-ds Kay, . . ..
" - *. ' 1 C"ar-6o?d i ?rn,
. ; 1 " . \ Oats. % . ...
' Thankful for past 'patr?nage,- ? respectfully solicit a continuance of. th? . A
same ' ' * ' ?*
' . J. MUNRO WISE.
ripe^ou^se, April'2 '.. % ' St . . 15
'.. Milliaery !. : Miliinefj ! J
;. :.? JOHNSTONES DEPOT, ?.'-?: . . * ;
M-^S. J. W. CAtjS.O?N takes pleasure in announcing - to tba people of.
Edg?field that she is how ' receiving from ?vew Yerkv tt new- and' s?l-ot
assortment'of MILJj'INEK?"; the'.latest style, .
?.VrS, BONNETS,-RlrlBONS, FL'OWERS, LACES; ? *
. Ladies beautiful Broche TIES, fl AIR. BRAIDS,* &e.",'&c'. . , . . '
'..i"lle may- be. found at the Djy/ Good* Sfof?; of J. W.'C'ALHOUN?-ho is
dailv receiving New Gooda oi evety description, from* handsome SILK to
common PRINTS. . . . .
' Roady'Tnvle CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,' ^It?ES, and ev?ry, <
.ching usii!<!ir kept in a Dry,Goods Hpus'e. * ' : " . ' pi< 'A '
"We respectfully'invite'ali to give \U ac??il, and eSarninei)u? Goods h&vi%
'^uwliflfrinfl; el/?ewhere. ?. . .
Johnstbn's Depot,-'Avril, ' , tf , 15
? ?Vi.,. - -i..i... '- -?--'ts^ssaese^ssE-sssgs-^~=zss-.i- ULSOS^, .
? j?:.- '.s*??*o33.t??--a.i:. dir' JSoir^
;';.f|?rg53-??KiillSi 'JimtiiS.-::;.
?be^rt^rilwr?jtioaM jeMfctfuUyiuft?rin the* ?fR^ns of fkJgc?e?d, and ft?**
roinidlng conntry, tUa^t tbey, keep a speeial establishment for tho
Repair of Wa?ciit? and Jewelry.
.'Alstf, PAIR -WORK} In every design,; made ta oitier. -AU work ?ntrnstodto
their care will he executed Pjouiptly, featly, arid y?irrm?tdfor,one yr?r. ?..
At their Siore will be lound one of the largest Stooks* of
' fiol? aaa Silver Watcha
Of the heat European and Am encan Mannftt?turr-'in *thc Southern Otates, With a
seme^ortment of ??ch and iiew Styles of .E'i'KCSCAJ" GOLD JtWktRi, ,
sctVifh'Diamonds, Pdarla, Tiuhjc^, Oiiciital (v?,nets, Coral, ?fcc, . . ..
Also, SOLID SILVIJH WARE,, domi?ling of T?aSCts, Waiters, Weand.WatCX .
Piftehenu r??Ktorti, Cioblem, CUp>;, Fqitofi and i-Aery thins ln-the Sirvemareline.'
FinoSingloand DoubleiJarreledGL'i'S; C^lt'8? Sfiitlwti.Wosann'?, Sharp'?and
Remington^ PTSTOLS, and manv others-of the latea: invention. . ".
' v FT NT? Cl?TLliRY, SPECTACLES', WALKING CA^"K?,a"d FANCY GOODS
of every variety to-be found.in a lirst-clnsa'Jewetry esfcfb?Whmerit. Old Gold ano
Silver taken in exchange for goods. - . . . "J. . -
. .. A? Pf^QNTAUT SL SON, V.
239 Broad .St., between ?entrai and Globe Jlotels, Augusta, .Ga, (
, Sept26 ..... .... : .. '?i \ Iv- 40
r _I I i. ' . a
TO THE P?EIiIC ! '
WE w??ld r?sp?ctru?ly sfat? to our.fn'?nds and the pubUc generally tbai^
we have pmrcna'sed "of M?sw*.: SWEARINGfiN SEIGLER their itooe
ani?tock'of Goods, at-Gran<fe'villeHS. 0.? j ... .' ? .<
?' Wo will keep'c?nstanrtl-f^ on band a foil Urie of .....
DRY GOOD&v OROCi?RIBii ?a, ?o*
And ?we hope by ? atmet, a/fctention to business /to merit a Hberal
.rjatronage.- - . .?? ' c . - . ,, S V ._. , \.- . . . , _J?
. All ^COTTON consigned 00 vis by. Planters, we Will sell, iii this marlfe^
free of Commissions. - . \ ., \ '? ^?V^^J?J_r XMK
,k-G^..W^TP.BNi?K li. . ...,Vi, '

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