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I KNOW A LITTLE ?IBL
I know a little girl.
Bot I won't tell who ! .
Uer h ur is ot' the go d,
And her eyes are of the blue,
Her smile is of me sweetest,
And her hea't is of the true.
Such a pretty girl !
But I wan't tell who.
1 see her every day,
But I won't tell where !
It may be in the lane,
Timid as a bare,
lt may be in th i garden
By the rose-buds fair,
Sech a pretty little girl !
But I won't tell where?
I'll marry her some day, fc
But I won't tell when !
The very smallest boys
Make the very biggest men.
When I'm as tall as father,
You may ask about it then,
?Such a pretty lit tie girl.'
But. 1 won't tell when.
Ma tin ital Aid.
Senator Butler ot I hi? State b*S
introduced a Bill into thc Senate
which provides for the help Ol the
National Government in the work of
public education. The South feels a
special interest in this measure. 1 n
her impoverished condition it is sim
ply impossible that her echool syr
teni should be effective, just because
we have noe the means to make it
inch. And then, too, has no: the
South a special claim upon the Gov
ernment in this matter. The Eman
cipation Act and the various Amend
ments which were its fruits, made
citizens of about 800 000 illiterate
negroes. No State or local taxe*?,
i.ojpiiva?e cr ecclesiastical tenet; ?.
lions wiii mtet the perilous neee-s;
t .-s o? the cai-e. These agencia *.>?
diing much, Lut they mis' be ni}
p -meiited by governmental aid, i
we are not to groan for a generation
mder our present illa-if we are not
ti be threatened with feartul misrule
for decades to come. Dr. Curry in
cm-tentinii on 'elucation at the
Sou'h" well suya: "Illiteracy is a
p esent, pervasive and potential per
il." "lt threatens th* overthrow ot
free institutions."
Senator Butler's Bill, in ita gener
a' design, must commend itself io
the people o! these United States as
a wise national mersure It is not
sectional, though the South will no
djubt realize the largest beneii- from
it; because ehe has the larger pro
pcrtior; ot illiteracy. But in the in
telligence and mor ality of the South
ern voters the whele country is deep
ly interest id. This very colored el
em-nt. the illiterate element may b-. .
come controlling in the ?vicisaUnJe*
of our politic*. It may hold tb*
balance of power, and may thus be
called up ri lo dec-de "gie*!, qu?
tions ot national polic ' " It deservep
aul should r-ce V--, with em*nciia
t JU and entra neb .>em*n by the na
i gov*ni:iien?, !.ationfd~tru^TroVrli.
aid tuition fur the high privileges
and responsibilities conferred. Thia
is a question not tor politicians but
for Christian Statesmen.
We hope Senator Butler's Bi il will
lind favor in Congress and become a
law.-Associate Reformed Presbyte
rian.
For Adorne)-?enera!.
Col._Jno. R. Abney han been nom
inated by the Newberry Herald for
Attorney-General at the next elec
tion. So far we Lave seen no nomi
nation for the various State officers
that was so gratifying t us, and we
are pleased to note that wother ex
changes are heartily endorsing it.
As Solicitor of this Circuit Col. Ab
nsy gained great ts-eem of ali our
citizens for his high character as a
gentleman, admiration for his legal
acumen as a criminal lawyer and ap
proval for bis energetic perseverance
m the faithful perfcrmance o? h?*
duty. In the campaign which re
deemed the State from Radical thral
dom there was no son of South Caro
lina who served her more assiduously
wi til stirring words of patriotism and
silver-tongued oratory. We feel as
r J red that he would fill the office to
which he has been nominated wi* h
fine ability, with honor to himseli
and to the State. There is no citi- j
zen of the State who is more popu
lar with the people of Lexington J
County or possesses their nigher con
fidence.-Lexington Dispatch.
ECONOMY.-With all classes of our
people economy will be practiced
this year, as far as possible, and in
all probability the lessons learned
from past careless indulgences, the
great drought, &c, will make an im
pression sufficient to cause this year
to be marked as the turning point
with all planters and farmera of the
State. From pi esent indications cred
it is going to be hard to obtain, not
because of any desire on the part of
those accustomed to grant it to boh
off, but because they have been so
crippled by lossea aud the hea\y
am uuts they are carrying over tn
tieir books, that they will not be
able to offer tni* ?-?-is *i ce -Bar -
well Sentinel. ?
-- -
MAINE NEWS.-HopBinein, whi-1
are advertised in our iiluiuLft, a:> sj
sire Hire i r agu-, Mliou^nf^s s%; d !
kidney complaints. Those who u e
tiem say they cannot be too highly
recommended. Those i l?licted should
give them a fair trial, and will be
*Dme thereby enthusiastic in th
praree o; their curative qnalit.es.
Portland Argus.
A Cleveland man was lobbed ir?
broad dayl:ght, and the Leader spoke
of it as untimely proceeding. But
if ^t man is to be robbed, doe9 it
make any difference to him whether
3 be do?t ia daylight or dark 0
Ague Cure
Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerful
tonie, and i's .warranted a speedy and cer
tain our? for Fever and Ague, Chills
and Fever, Intermittent or Chill
Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague,
Periodical or Bilious Fever, and all
malarial disorders. In miasmatic dis
tricts, the rapid pulse, coated tongue,
thirst, lassitude, loss, of appetite, pain in
the back aud loins, and coldness of the
spine and extremities, are only premoni
tions of severer symptoms which termin
ate in the ague paroxysm, succeeded by
high fever aid profuse perspiration.
It is a startling fact, that quinine, ar
senic, aud other poisonous minerals form
tho basis of most of the " Fever and Ague
Preparations," "Specifics," "Syrups,"
and " Tonics," in the market. The prejv
arations made from these mineral poisons,
although they are palatable, and may
break the chill, do uotcure, but leave tho
malarial and their own drug poison in
the system, producing quinism, dizziness,
ringing in the ears, headache, vertigo, and
other disorders more formidable than
the disease they wore intended to cure.
AYER'S AGUE CURE thoroughly eradicates
these noxious poisons from the system,
aud always cures thc severest cases, lt
contains ?o quinine, mineral, or any thing
that could injure tho most delicate pa
tient; and its crowning excellence, above
its certainty to cure, is that it leaves thc
system as free from disease as before thc
ar tack.
For Liver Complaints, AYER'S AOCB
CURB, hy three' action on the liver and
biliary apparatus, drives out the, poisons
widen produce these complaints, and
stimulates the system to a vigorous,
healthy condition.*
We warrant it. when taken according
to directions.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &, Co..
Practical amt Analytical Chemists,
Lowell, Mass.
BOU) BY ALI. DBL'CeiSTS KVBBTWBSBB.
A cold or tore t?iroat moy not seem to
amount to muco, and If promptly attended
to caa easily be cured ; but neglect ls orteu
followed Oy consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine bas evor been discovered which
acts BO quietly and surely tn such coses Qa
PEQHY DAVIS' PAIX KILLER. The
prompt use of this invaluable rtme&y has
saved thousands of lives.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER ts
sot an experiment. It has been before the
public for forty years, and ls most valued
wfcere lt ls best known.
A few extracts from voluntary testimonials
read as follows:
PAIS Ermen has been wy household remedy for
colds for the part rwenty-wneu yean; and hava
never known it to fuif in ?f?VcUng a cure.
JL. 8. CEOOKKR, Williamsville, N. Y.
For thirty years 1 have ut>od PAIN- KILLER, and
forrad U a never-falling rum Uv for colds ana sors
throat-BARTON SE AV ay.
BAVO received immediate relief from colds and
son throat,aud oonrider your Pus KJLLXR au
inraluaWa remedy.-0 KO. B. EVEBSXT. JDictuiBou,
X.?.W
I have Just recovered from a wv revere cold,
which I have had for Niue time. 1 could pet no
reiief until I tried your PAIN KILLEU, which
relieved me immediately. 1 v.-ai never again bo
withont lt.-C. O. FOKCH, Lownde*. Ga.
Have used P.u:.- KILLER in my family for forty
Taara, aaa have never snovru il to tail.-BAMBOU
Lrwu, Waynesboro. Ga.
I began using PAIS KILLER in my family twenty
five years a*ro and have, used it ever since, and have
found no medicine to t?<ke ita ]>ltice.-B. W. DTEK,
Druggist, Oneida, X. Y.
For whcopmr--coi:i:u Mil Torn it ip th? bcft
preparation made. U c ??IIM not l>e without it
A P. Boers, Liberty Milln. Vu. " .
For twenty-five y ea ra I have, med PAINKILLER
for colda and chapped and coarhfer it the heft
Miedldneeveroffere:!.-o ho.Hoori:n, Wilmington,
N.O.
I vu Fufl>r-"ii?r ec\er.ly vutli l.rondiit-'". r^id my
throat waa so BBmneq i COOM! ?varceiy swallow
any food. I wa? artvind ta try ymir PAIN KILLIE.
ana miter ta lim. a iov I?OM-K wan completely
cared.-T. <nUturso>*.
Dr. WALTON -ATUC* from roehodon : Your PAIN
rn,TTn eurea diphtheria and core, throat. w>alarm
lngly provident here, and bax not i - vu known to
fail in a ?ingle ini-tanee. Thia fact you should
make known toibe world.
Mn. 1?ELFN B. MAROK write*: My son wau taken
vtotently Bick with diphtheria, high fever, and cold
chilla. ?So many children hav? di?d here. I wan
afraid to call a physician, and <ricd your PAIX
MUbP He wan taken ou :. linday, and on
Wednesday his throat wa? dear. lt waR a won
derful cure, and I wirti it could be known to tho
poor mothers who are losing KO many children.
For Chms and Fever PAIN KILLER bas
no equal. It cures when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottlo ot
PUK EnxsBln tho house is a safeguard that
uo family should be wlthuuu
AU druggists gell lt ut 20u, 50c, aud $1.00
per bottle.
^?gggr SAV^A SO^Froprietor?;- *
Providence, R. I.
TUTT'S
PILLS
INDORSED BY
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
Lott of appetite.Nan sea, bowels co st?yft
PslnUitneHead.w.t!'. a d?ill sensation in
thu baoh pejrtt^ai?'undier the shotilder
bj^e, fiillneBB after eating, with a. liisir.
wntiaMpn to exertion ?fbocly or mind.
Irritability of temper. Low splritsC LOBB
of memory, with ? ?ee?i?g of turnoff, r. eg
leoted tome duty, weariness. Dizziness.
Fluttering of1 the Ti?art. Dota b?fele th?
eyes? Yellow BES Headache. Restless?
ness at night, highly colored Urine.
LT THESE WAEJTLHGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON 3E DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS ?re especially ttdnpteri to
auch eases,one duse effects suchachai??je
o? feeling as to aston ! nh the Mutterer.
They Inerense tb* Appetite, and cans? the
body to Take on Flea ti. thus Hie .?> ?lern h
atoaftaJaeaLand by ilielrTonle A eliot: on ?.be
Pta-UTO Orean*. Ketrular Monia are pro
duc?!. Price S ceiita. 30 Murray fit., V. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ORA Y HAIB or WHISKERS changed to a ftLOtMV
BLACK by a single application ul' this DYE. it
imparts a natural color, acta [natSDtflnaotmly,
Sold by DrBffMts,or ?*ul bj ezprr*> u:i rri-tij -. ol j!.
Office, 36 Murray St New York.
<DT. 'llfTS BAHl'iL of ValeabU laforaatlon ?it ?
Cesta! ?mtpb flU l>* ?IM IBEE nu uppl.'-il. n.U
The Latest. The Best.!
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
The handsomest and most complete j
LAR6E ARM MACHINE
Yet produced.
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS SENT !
ON APPLICATION.
Victor Sewing Machine Co.,
Middletown, Conn.
{Southern Office, No. 8 N. Charles St., Baltimore. Md.!
If you ar* a mani
of bfurlneM,w*ak- '
esed by tho ?tl tin of
your duties avoid
stimulante and uao
Hep Bitters.
If y nu ar* young ned
di ?ration or dfridpa
ried or single, old or
pjorheeltl: or lauRiiisli
sera, i dy ou Hop
Whoever y on ?i o,
whoaeY?r you feet
thal your ?y*tem
needi draining:, ton- '
lng or itiruitiKtitiir,
without int?Ti"*llny,
tak* Hop
Bitters.
Bavo you rfes
ptptin, kiitnty
plaint, rllaoaee
ot tho $!om?eh,
*OH*W*, btoort,
/tear or Ken?* I
Too will no
cured If you nae
Hop Bitters
Ifyoiiarostm
fit yon ar* a
mau or let
ters foiling orer
Bight ?rora-, to res
tore bruin nei voaa?
waite, ure Hop B.
aufferiiic fjotn any In
tlon : if y on are mar.
yo-iII,*, ratferlng from
Inir ou a ted of Siek
1 Bitters.
TkOMandadie en
niisliy fro in lome
form of Kidney
>dl?eo?e thet iniglit
? H have lieen piereiiled
vc. iiv a timely i
Merill and
spirited, try
itt lt mat
save y our
life, lt has
saved hun'
droda.
O'. I. C.
i au abiolute
loud Irresiata
bte 'Mire for
ili*uuL:euiio,s,
use nf opium,
tobuooo,or
uarcotir*.
Soldbydi-ng
Isri-it?. Send for
?Cn oilar.
nor nrrrna
rife co.,
I Itote, iii rr, S. T.
1 ?Teronle.Oat.
THE OLD RELIABLE !
-ONE OE
THEBESTNEWSPAP?R!
1? THE SOUTH.
No Sensationalism !
NO Immorality
AUGUSTA
-AND
Cl
1882.
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT!
Hp H E Cit KO NI CI. K AS? CO NS I TT t'TION
JL A LIST is ihe oldest newspaper in the
South, ami perhaps <hu oldest in thc
United states, having Iteen established
in ITS."?. While thoroughly D?mocratie
in principle, it is liberal, i>?"otrr?*M ve and
tolerant. Ti e t HRONICXd? contains the
latest news fruui all parta ol the Wornt,
and is recognized UN a ii rsi class i aper.
Asan advertising medium, it envers
the country lu Georgia and South ?'aro
lina tributary to Augusta.
We endeavor to exclude sensationa
lism. UM pu hi ?sb itu nrtieles ol' an im
moral character.
TERMS:
Daily, one year.? 0 on
Tri-Weekly, ono year. ? (Mt
Weekly, one year. 2 '.;<>
Addles, WALSH ? WRIGHT,
F?b 2 Augusta, Oa.
THE OZIER
L0.\G STAPLE SILK COTTON.
Is the best in tho States for thc following
reasons:
First. It yields more per acte.
Second, li sells for more money in the
markets.
Send for circular containing facts and
figures sworn to. also including prices of
seed.
Otuy a limited amount of seed on hand.
See eertilleates boiow.
.1. I?. WSA&R,
i '? tri nth, Ai ls?,
I. lames K. .lono., du solemnly .v.v??
that 1 havM ruined this;, esr I ?J i?>p"Ui.da
?.faced cotton, .>.. J.2I? pounds >.i thu.
cotton, of Ute U/.ier Long siap>n>ilk
iVillon, "ii not exoMfdints litres acres ot
land, Kim s?id ??veli (7) nales ol' tue
ibovo cotton i.ii ibe4;h nit , io ihn Wil
iiitiautic Linen Company fot-Mixteen fl ty
cent? per p'Mid. JAM KM F.?<ONKS.
Hogans* tile, <J:i
Sworn to anil suhse.ril>ed before me,
ti.is lil h day of November, D-iil.
IOUN KirKA, N. P. and ex i Olcio J.
P., 12? Uh Dist. G. M . Kult ?J Un. Ga.
ATLANTA, GA , Nov. n, !8*i.
This cantiles that wa spun tho Order
-?ilk Cotton out of which tho snits ot
clothes nf Governor Cnbpiltt, of Georgia,
and ti ivertior Bigelow, of Connecticut,
woro tiittde, on the 27th Oerober, on the
Exposition Grounds, and prunounee it
superior lonny e >tton we ?nive evci ban
tiled, execpt tho Sea Island.
it. A. ALLISON,
Manager Wi! ithantic Linen Ontopany
on Exposition Grounds. Jan lU-tf
J. N. ROBSON & SON,
II
JIISSIM ?I
- K'S l) DEALERS IN
FERTILIZERS,
(IS EAST HAY.
CuAitr.KsTON, November ;i, issi.
At the enntilieiiccitnmi ni ?nollie: lins
i ness year we aeknowedge with pleasure
the patronntre an I eonlideueis of nur
pl mt im; friends.
ROI WO "V'S COTTON AND COHN KKK
TILIZER, ROUSON'S COMPOUND
ACID PHOSPHATID, hive ?riven very
general sali'faction. ? > i e Co ion ?nd
Corn l-Vrlni/.-. is of the bl gb esl so.odard.
It ctuit'dns irtt? o?h?r v?;ltitble itigre
dieiitH .. per neut, of imuiunla. Il per
cent, of Poia-b hi per et-nt. nf available
Phosphate. Having been among thc
iirst to introduce Guano in ibis state, we
'.'.t r-.nli'i: )!11 v refer lo ?..ir ph&uj&i?a
TMVMMIS fi?a? ?TiTring inc sen?i nTyears we 1
have sold them Manures we b ive always
given a pure article, livery Manure is
teste?!, We oller the above Fertilizers
for cash, time or cotton.
Planters ordering immediately will he
allowed tn the 1st of April lo decide
which they prefer, cash or lime. All ?>r
eer for a carload of ten lona will he sent
free o ; il my age, for a less amount SI per
ton will hecharge:!. uov'il :'.:n.
BbOKWALTER
PORTABLE ENGINE.
Dimensions anil prices ol' Engine and
Hoiler compb te.
Horse Height Price Lucine
nod Boiler
Power Inches at Works.
:i I ??i ? .s Mu
4'. Cet 2??o
C| 77 :?5
Ki ! 82 I 4t?>
MANUFACTURED RY
J A.WK? (IiKFFEL tV CO.,
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
.Ia* X, lBaiapi?0!?, A&iaifl.
jan 4-:tm Edgcfio?d, S. C.
THE HUMAN LIVER'S
SALVATION !!!
Numerous voluntary testimo
nials amil largely increased stiles
prove that PENKS1 SITTER'S
-the Greatest Liver Medicine
of the Age-is rapidly winning
its wfty as the sure and simple
Salvation of the Human Livor.
For all Dyspeptic Diseases
Try
PENN'S BITTERS ! !
GEi?MiNPKAINIT,
i Direct Importation.i
PERUVIAN GUANO
fDhoct from the Agent of the Peruvian
Government.)
FISH GUANO, :i and 8per ct Ammonia.
NOV A SCOTIA LAND PLASTER,
SOUTH CAROLINA
t!?R?t;i\? PHOSPHATE.
i Fine ??round and high grade,)
I OR SALE BY
SB E BS ?711 A N B li L WI 3 K L E,
KERR'S WHARE,
CHARLESTON, S. V.
dec 22-Sm
w. "E. "SPEIR,
DESIGNER,
Consulting and Superintending
ARCHITECT.
PLANS
I ?nd S|wc?lieMio!is :>t ModeMl* charge?.
Op KI? E No. LAW lt AN OE,
AUGUSTA, GA.
WITH i m m ns IT,
1 A'*I{ES ?d' land, more or less
1 \ H / ; inn on Mair's Road, about 4
miles from ??reenw.?I and Aliuu*ta K.
lt.. acjoinihg ' lands of Mrs Martha
Holmes and other? One third nf this
land under ? ultlva'ioii. Gold In consid
erable non ullina are indieated from spec
. mens lound For terms anplv to
R G. Al. DU NO VANT,
Real Estate Agent, Edgcll?hl, 8. C.
AuglH if
R.
<;. IIONIIA.U.
ATIORNEV AT I. IP,
NO. I, LAW RANCE,
Edp-gef?el?l, S- C.
Aug. ll-0m.
Gil iv un i niripjj
WELL INSURE!
AGAINST LOSS BY ?piRE!
AND TO DO THIS MOST 'pECT
UALLY PLACE TOUR.Jigs .
? JN TH E
-AND
ALWAYS REMEMBifc
THAT THE GEORGIA HOMElr\TSUR
ANCE CO HAS BEEN LONGIl'RTED,
IS EVER PROMPT, AND^fwAYS
RELIABLE.
-AND
That, the ticorgia ftoiiic
Iu*u?*ance i'o. paidju il?
IOMSCM by thc recejwi tire
cst ten day? thcrfa4*ler,
and to thc eutirtfX?atis
?act?un ol* Po I icy wider*.
._ A Vt) -
That Hie Georjrii Home I nsAnume Co.
trnnsn<-ls irs busineft* Ul K stWijriu. for
ward maimer, ami when it smUi'ttH eu
honest loss, it adjusts and|payH the
sume in K lihern) spirit a?*?wlth the
Krealest proinplueBH.
-A KO
juice Co. is
under the
That tho fie?riria Home Insu
a strictly Smthorii Cnmpau;.
management nf Southern 'aSjgn^ud la
eminently; entitled to Sotuh^jpjjFhfr'ew
awe.-^~^x \
-AXD
Thatlhfl Geom ia Hourn Insutia?P Co. is
commercially rated sound ?f?d solid,
and its stock I4? quoted at gi .5>ty and none
. m the market.
That the Georgia Home "iiisuVuu-e Co.
I usu rex Dwellings. Haran, i?, tte, nt
lowest ralnM.;ui.l un the :'n,i
sive year plans omuoi e favorWb terms
ilian iiny otiiMi- ion:]>:my
South, Hast ??r Wes?t.
irtli
--AND- \
That the undersigned, for twe??v years
Ai;e:ir. nf the t:?*?ruin I foin H ?)i*Ur??nee
solicits i' liberal patron??*1 from
tho pw ?pin ot' Kdaeiiold, andi respect
fully tiroes titos-! ni want . ? insurance
in a reliable Cmitpanv t-< . unj'-n* him
before seeking infurane?*? isolh<
?. K. IK RI*?>5:, A?*ni
l DGEPIKLU. ^
Dc: Mm
-THE
-AT
T, M, H, 0, T, S.
PIANOS AND ORGANS !
The Best and Most Celebrated
Instruments in America.
PU RC H ASK RS SAVIO FROM ?lio TO
?50 BY VISITING OR CORRES
PONDING WITH
GE?. 0. RUBHM\ &W>
E. J. ?.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, \
SHEET MUSIC, /
MUSIC ROOKS,
R EST ITALIAN SIM? IN GS
L. P. Q. S.{
TWENTY PER CENT. SAY)- I? TO
EVERY I'UKCHASER.
Tuisiii^ and Repairing
By C. TI. TAYLOR, thc only Author
ized Tuner ol'the Music; Houser
South, Augusta, Gi*.
G. 0. ROBINSON & {
Jan .24, 1882.
of thc
ly35
Ci*'
STOMACH
aaa gff? Sj
8 I I & I
\ jvuui.ly wit'., snob a raputali.ln
I Jost ott* r's Stomach Hitler* deserCeena
I', ?:-trial, o von uro ilyapepiia, jh'cur
mu .tdv ?111 even nully viol.I tu it; iL'you
nm feeble, lack Heall and feel i|?jf*-'
dVm, il will both build mid fhoer
un; if jron a re o in*! I pated, it will ni
and Ifbilhai*, healthful!}* stimulate
liver. Don't despond, but make
eff.irt In ta?*r uht di roc lion *
For sale hy ?il DroiralatH and Deflders
generally.
pon
you
evi?,
.our
this
ARTHUR S. TOMPKINS
Attorney-at-Law,
EDGEFIELD, S. 12..
oct*. 20-3m.
Iii UPIJ
m
THE ADVERTISER BUILDING.
mua Al
-AT
F1IVAT111SIMNCE.
[would respectfully announce to my fr li n I?, patrons and the public generally
that, bavins now bad tint? Mince th? lire to net ray business into shape once
nore, I am nov.- personally conducting inv Department of
GROCERIES AND WINES *
in the basement of the Advertiser building, while my
DRUG AND MEDICINE
Department is carefully superintended at my private residence by Mr. PRESTON
CALHOUN. Tu both of these Departments my stock is again Large, Varied and
Complete. And thanking my friends and patrons tor their kindness In the past, I
very respectfully turi (cit a continuation of their consideiation and good will.
Nov 24 tf W. E. LYJSJ-CH.
ESTABLISHED
1837
FURNITURE PALACE.
The Cheapest, the Neatest, the
French dressers
mantle and pier
mirrors, bedsteads
centre and card
tables, sideboards,
china anil .-I Ive]
ense<, (iel] stand?,
feathers and cn i t
'd lune, parbu
desks, mirror
wardrobes, fancy
and folding chairs
secretaries, sofas,
lounges, wash
stands, rattan undi
carpet rockers,]
sprint: inattrenee?.
goring pillows.etc'
Largest and Oldest Establishment in Georgia.
Largest assort
ment oh/ine bed
room snits in
rosewood, mahog
any, walnut and
Mik, of latest pat
:erns and lowest
pri?e?. . Parlor
outs In ebony and
- -rr* -
4old, mahogany,
vain nt itnd gold,
in_ cotellne raw
dlk-i, reps, satin
'? lain?, hair and
mohair coverings,
II larve variety a?
?Hpinlly low ilif.
Mtflitg
>, Agents
708 and 710 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
??" Agent, for til. N'utional Wire Xet Matu*..* Si?B o: tlie Hie Chtir.
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Everything appertaining to the Undertaking Ha-.iiH-.is at Wholesale and Retail,
telegraph order? promptly attended to.
PLATT BROS , Agents.
sept lw-'lin.
ESTABLISHED 1855.
rs-743 Broad St. GROCERIES--^ Broad Sf.
TUM LIVE
CARPET i GROCERY DEALER
OFFERS A FU LL Ll NE OF THE FOLLOW I NO NEW GOODS
- AT A SM ALL ADVANCE ON COST,
(vfri/&.o^&y?-^eiJi?nar(mf"?. - J-JA-j?tuu**
~???H?? ... Jr? /;? Carpets, Tapestry Hms
seis Cai pp;*. ?euvyS-ply Carpels, Scotch
All Wool Carpets, Cotton and Wool Car
pets. Stair Carpets and Rial?, Striped
Venetian Carpets, Hearth Rags and
Door Mats, Cocoa and Canton Mattings,
Floor Oil Cloths ull widths, Table Oil
Cloths all* widths, Oil Cloth Hugs and
Mats, Window Shades all sizes, Rustic
Shades. Paper shade?, Store Shades atiy
six.i\ Reps for curtains, Lace Curtains
cheap and lino, Curtain Loopsand Hands
Window Cornices, Wall Papers and
Borders, Fire Screens, Room Centers,
Picture Frame?, Beautiful Chromos,
and ?To=quito Nets.
MOTTO:
"The Nimbe Sixpence better than iho Slow Shilling." "Quick Sales and Small
Profits for Cash."
Carpets and Oil Cloths made and laid,
Curtains and Shades hnng at short notice.
Masonic Hall Building, ' AUGUSTA,AGA.
Ft-riiv Hams. Magnolia Hams, Country
Hains, Ferris' Breakfast Bacon, Farris'
Smoked Ruef. Oeo. A. B:?ili?'s b*>Bt Hour,
Baker's Choice Flour, Alilk Crackers,
Fancy Crackers, Best Twas and Coffees,
Nuts, Raisins, Fruits, Fancy Work
Basket-, Market Baskets, Clothes Bask
ets, Hanging Baskets, Straw and Hair
Booms; Cob-Web Brushes, Feather Dus
ter?, Tubs, Buckets, Pails, Stable and
Yard Brooms. Live Chickens and Dress
ed Poultry.
GROCERIES
RECEIVED
DAILY.
Jan 5-'5m
. t. DELPH,
831 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
?I maim imint ji iinwi
BUY THE
FIFTEEN SIZES IN STOCK.
Sept l.l-ftlll
HARD TIMES NULLIFIED!
W. G. KERNAGHAN,
JOHNSTON, S. C.,
BEGS to call die attention of his friends, customers and tho public generally, t<
tho fact that he knows and appreciates the straitened condition of the irountr?
on account of the comparative fnlluro of the crops, and that he is determined ai
much as In him lies, to nullify the coming hard times by giving the very highes
market pr'.ee tor coir?n, and selling goods cheaper than they vrere ever sold befon
-DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ORO
OERIES, and a'l other lira* class goods needed by the general publie. I am nov
receiving my FALL and WINTER STOCK. Sept 1 6m
. SCHW?IGIRT,
HAS REMOVED UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL, NO. 782.
--HEALER IN
WATCHES? DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
SILVER J^JSTJD PLATED "W\A.HE
WATCHES JEWELRY REPAIRED
*a>- ALL WORK WARRANTED.
A "cut "for best Spup'iiclos made._ marlo-Iv.
JAMES G. BAILIE & SONS,
-Dialer In
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW CURTAINS anti SHADES
-Also ;i Full Line of
WAXL PARERS <fc BORDERS,
713 BROAD S?P.SST. . ATTGTJ?TA, SA
OLD 8TAND JA8. G BAILIE St, BRO.
E-VEPflTTKCI^Q- STEIGTLY -A.1.
April 20, 1S81.-201y
if THE CITIZENS OP WIEB AI
ADJOINING COUNTIES !
You will find it to your interest to call on
i. Biowir & co.,
610 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL
Wc sell all grade? ol' WHISKIES, WINES, GINS
and BRANDIES byltefr, gallon, quart and flask. Aleo CIGARS and TOBACCO
at lowest prices in the City. . .
We have also fitted np im rWant Bar and serve a warm lunch from ll to 12 A.
M. daily, FR EEO F CHARGE.
TO PLEASE CUSTOMERS ?S OUR M AIN' OBJECT. Remember
?10 BROAD STREET, opposite AUGUSTA HOTEL, .
?a. ?fe CO.
Deo 224m
LOWBET WA00?TS.
AT THE LOWREY WAGON FACTORY. AUGUSTA GA
Ij have the largest-Stock of Wagons ever offered before in
this City, and ? will
SELL THEM LOW
I Know I lie Crop? arc Short, and I Propose Dividing
illy Profits w?fh the Farmers;
IE-HORSE WAGONS,
-AT PRICES- 7
STEVES BEFORE HEARD OF f
?00 TWO HORSE WAGONS-FIRST-CLASS GOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
Completo Stock ol' Watson Vf arness of all kinds. Give me
a call before buying.
J. H. LOWREY,
CORNER CAMPBELL & ELLIS STS., AUGUSTA, GA.
ane ?25-11
THE FURNITURE STORE
OF AUGUSTA.
We Haye Reduced tl\? Price ol' Furniture23PerCentuSincerW*
Carno to t\\it* Citv.
EVERYTHING in our Huais FRESH, XT5W AND STYLISH. Wo look ?to it that
our customers always ^et the latest patterns, both in Parlor and Bed Boom
Furniture. We sell everything in our line ou it? merits Our ntookiis.IMMENSE
and we
WILL ;PL3E?-A.SE OUR CUSTOMERS.
-BOTH IX
STYLE AND PRICE, t
We sell FEATHER M VTTRE38E8 and SPRING BEDS, the 1?EW YORK
BRA I DEB WIRK is the BEST.
and shipperf
sept-15-6ni.
717 Broad Street, Augusta.
HILL ?fe CO.,
7:53 &, SSroad St., Augusta, ?a.,
Maniiihctnroi'f and Dealers in all Kinds of
CARRIAGES,
fr
Manufacturers Ag*ts
for the sale of the
Cortland Wagon Co's
PLATFORM SPRiwe
WAGON, acknowl
edged the best, lite
CORTLAND CHARIOT
-the lightest and
strongest Buggy
made, for $65.
ROCKAWAYS,
BUGGIES,
WAGONS,
CARTS, fcc. /
Also A'rents for (
tho sale of Wilsou,
Childs & Co's Phila
delphia WAGONS &
CARTS. For the du
rability and light draft of this celebrated manufacture, we refer to Mesara. A. F.
Broadwater. Julius Day and Capt P. L. Smith, of Edgefield county, Owen Alder
man. Esq., Aiken county. A ho the well known.ahd reliable Webster Wagon, the
Old Hickory Kentucky Wagon, ?md our own mane of One and Two-Horse Wagons,
which we oiler at price* low? r than work of sume grade and. quality can be pur
chased elsewhere. We have allied to <>ur Stock a lull line of Cheaper Grade Bug
gies, mail? to our own order, with specia. regard to th? quality of the Whsels, Ax*
les and Springs, which we w :i sell lower than any house this side of Cincinnati.
^?rNti riieap Auction Work Sohl.-ft^
Also Wholesale Doalers in Saddlery and Harness, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Buf
cy Umbrellas, Trunks, Coach Material of every description, Springs, Axles, Haba,
Spokes, Kims, Bolts, Bands. Oil Cloth, Varnishes. Also, Leather and Gam Belting
and Packing, Rivets and Lacing. Punches. Italian Hemp and Soap 8tonCPacking.
Also. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, French and American Calf Skins, Linings
Threads, ike. A full stock ol* Lasts, French and box-toe, just received.
?Cr Send on your Orders, or call and see us. Our prices will at all times be
BOTTOM PRICES. Oct. 5,1880.-ly-18
i
CLOTHING
AND
HAT
STORE
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
sr ITS
SUITS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWE AIL
UNDERWEAR
LARGEST SELECTION IN THE CITY !
SLITS
suns
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR ?
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
UNDERWEAR
ALL AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES-THEY MUST BE SOL?.
A W. BLANCHARD,
FOR J. C. LUDLOW A Cd.
711 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Nov 17-"m
IMPROVED
THE THOMAS SMOOTHING
Section 3 cuts ten and a half feet.
Section 2 cuts seven feet
-o
AVERY'S 3-HORSE SULKY PLOW
AVERY'S THREE-HORSE WALKING CULTIVATOR.
AL30TWO-HORSE CULTIVATOR
THE HUGHES THREE-HORSE SULKY PLOW
AND TWO-HORSE WALKING CULTIVATOR.
THE above Implements have proven lo be great labor saving machines by ac?
tua! exporimout. Good referene??given. Sold at factory prices by
N. L. BRUNSON, Agent,
Oct t?-tr EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.

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