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TERMS: SS.?? ?fer ??n,
W. W. OWDOS, Chap pells, S, C.
W. H. YELDELL, LoagmlMs. '
? .. JolftB H. H?lETr.BatesvlUe.
5 J? A."0BPX Meering stKoet?LXC;
J. K. Dr??T, XLrkseys X Road?,
E. B.' FORRKST, Mine Creek.
Tran ETHERED?3, Loee ville, S. a
J?"Ti."QunrBT & C\>M~Gr?r7ltavlllo.
Lr. JOH? B, ABNKY, Langey, 8. ?.'1
--?"WrBBooKBK, Kidge; srC ~
; JQBTK CA?OHMAN, Oanghinnn's Store.
" J. 8. MEKCHAnT, Merchant
? 1 ^BiWHA-rSf, Tioy.s -
- Tho price of TVE ADYBRTISBR 1B $2.00
peraDBnU)' tuivcinee- ?
Death of Mr. Wm. H. Stone.
i Mr. - Wm. N. Stone, a prominent citizen'
of Rinehart Township, died laat Wednes
day night athis home. Mr. Stone was a
good tiftvbnMj"?fm and will be much
regretted. ? " * y*^
?*??-* ^^iwtwibw C?Hrt? -
The;last legislature changed the
time of onr rail term from October to
- November,.yand fi?*r; fix?t ?November
term will convene on the 2nd Mon
fjp5g(9lh?d>y) ot th$ month. '.
tant' oases' that^will^probably' be for
trial at this texou f .
1. Edward? E?m and others-L^r
2. Joe Moore arson. This man
J5!#??P!^^la^^hf',??#. term of:
burning the Guard House at Johnston,
and-was granted a new trial.
3,.Hilborn Mobley-Murder. :
4. Josh Briggs, John Yeldell and
o4herYy^8^\r^arlie8 are charged
with the killing of James Blackwell
laaVfall.' Most of them are at large f
bal two or three haye boen arrested
5. Bcetqo^szrer and J^bsh-Jabbers
6. Martha leases and Wa*h Brun
There are quite a number of cases
. of misdemeanor-such as assault and
battery, carrying concealed deadly
weapA,^?tor trial. ? ??
*,^^[c^^.ttVinteree:t in the.Court
esotros around the Galbreath lynching
case. There is nothing to indicate, at
present, t^at this case will; not be dis
posed of :i this term.
For ' the Advertiser
?ITBSB?RQ, S. 0., Oct. 19.
oar Baptist ladies will give a Hot
SupperJar the benefit of their church.
The young ladies and gentlemen will
be ?ni In'fun force. "
Mies Lila Prince, a beautiful young
lady of Wiiliamston, is in town on a
visit to her sister, Mrs. ? K. Hardin.
'Mr. fi. H. Butt, the cotton buyer,
majrj?Brteeburg his headquarters.
ir nearing- completion, and the town
Rev. J. K. Pace, the acceptable
pastbi of ithft,Baptist Church, preach
ed two excellent sermons on- yester
day, morning and evening. The ser
mon laat vevening was - a masterly ef
-. - A jactare..
The Rev. A. Coke Smith will deliver a
Lecture in the Court House, next Friday
night, October 23rd Subject: " What to
d^andiipw to do it."
Admission 50 cents; children under 12
years old, 2$ cents.
School Books and Stationery,
From thia date, we will make a special
teeta re of ouc-.buflineea the keeping of a
complote- stock of School Books and Sta
ttonfcry. Any book, or other article, not
in stock, -we .will take, pleasure in order
ing for any one desiring them.
O.t. 20. G. L. PENN & SON.
From Bidge Spring.
RHME?SPMNG,S. 0.,'October IC
Rev. H. A. Williams, known here
abouts as " Uncle Henry," preached
?A the-Baptist tJhurcb here to-night.;
A good congregation turned out. Mr.
Williams is now 75 'years old, but
from the ability with which he preach
ed to-night, one wonld judge he is
good for 25 years service more. He
was sometime ago pastor of Dry
Creek Church, 'near here, for seven
years, and pastor of others in this
vicinity for years. He was also at j
one time pastor of the Kol lock Street j
Baptist Church,.in Angosta, Ga. He \
ie-making a tour through this Ridge
country, preaching morning and night
every aay.r^" Uhus in Augusta Chronic
Bncklen'8 Arnica Salver'
TOG beet Salve in the world for Cote?
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blain?, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cares Files, or no pay re
quired. It te guaranteed to give perfect
aetlafaVflffi aor/money re randed. .Price
23 cents per box. For sale by W. E.
Lynch, Edgeaeld C. H., and S. T. Hughes
Trenton.- ff if O i H
?m> Don't fall to call on WM. MUL
sasxsr A CO., 722 and 91S Broad 8t.,. A-laV
tffwia, Ga., for Boots, Shoes and Hats.
i J^y-'\.'.-- .
Meal. Flour, Grits, Bacon, Lard, Hams,
Canned Gooda, C. O. Syrap, vinegar,
Roeeted Coffeo and Garden Seeds, now
. ; -, % -r BRUNSON'S Grocery.
Ts? ADVRKTISBR Offley L? prensred to
do BRI s? work with nearness and dls
patch. ' .
??/ \ "? ?. -- '
Go to Ljneb's for Toilet Soap.
it? ' mmm^mm-mmmmm*mmmmm i
A good assortment of Ready Mixed
Fa?n*|: ?jl#'aya on band at
*?],.' 'V '- LYNCH'S.
50 Bnshais of Choice Barley for sale, at
J. M. Cobb's store.
Sept. 15. B. R. TILLMAN.
Freeh Boda,' Snow Flake and Swee
Crackers, Soda, Soap, Starch, Blneing,
and the best assortment of Garden Seeds
in town, at -
ff] - v'~ W.H. BRUNSON'8,Ag't,
Bings, Chains, PinsE Buttons, and eve
thin? In fine Jewelry, at
???0-S . FENNS Drugstore.
MT* THE ADVF.ETISEB one year and
a Waterbury Watch for $460.
These' Watches are guaranteed.
j LOCAL' ITEMS.
OnTJunday morning next, the Rev.
L. Moms will preach in oar Presbyteri
Church ; in the evening he ?ill preach
Johnston. The Roy. L P. :Beat$i. *
preach al Trenton in the forenoon, and
Edgefield in the evening. The Kev. E
Walker ?rill preach at Langley. The R<
J. P. Mealing wil* preach at Antioch. 3
BeVJ/A. Bell will preschet" Rehobo
The-Rev. T.P. Phillips will preach
Bel hei in the forenoon, and at Rehobo
in the afternoon. The Rev. J. D. Bow;
will preach at Corinth. The Ka v. D.
"Danlzler wiLT preach"?T "Johnston in~t
forenoon, and at Spann'a in the after nw
The Rev, J. A. Carson will preach at Pi
Pleasant The. Rev, ?. H.. Barton M
preach at Dry Creek- The Rev. A. fl
Chreitzberg will preach at Ridge Spri
in the forenoon, and at Bateeburg in t
afternoon. ? The' Rev. _S. J; Bethea w
preach at Plum' Branch' in the foreno
and at. Parks ville in .the. afternoon. T
Rev. M. D. Padgett will, preach at W<
Creek. The Rev. W. A. Gaines wdl prea
at Sister Springs. The Rev.. J.'C. Bro?
will preach at Philippi. The Rev. J.
Jordan will preach at Damascos. Tl
Rev. G. W. Bossey will presch at R
Oak Grove in the forenoon and Mod
in the afternoon. Th?. Rev,": J. Walt
Dickson will preach at Emory in the for
? noon, and at Botler in tho afternoon. Tl
Rev. J. M. Rushton will preach at Beti
J?hem. The Rev. G-,F;. Williams -w;
preach at^Rfdge Spring. The Re v.; J. I
Pace wil! "preach-al Bateabnrg. The Re
J. P. McMillan will preach at Mounta:
Creek. Th* Rev, R. W. Barnwell wi
preach in Grace Oharch, Ridge Spring. Tl
Rev: W.;T. Handleyjwill^preach'?t Joh;
.'Do Hot Forget. >!
Do not forget to pot in the oats-and i
.pay for THE ADVBBTIBER.
From the Augusta Chronicle ofTua
day, 19th, -wa quotethe price of Cotton i
follows: Good Ordinary, 8J; Low Mic
diing, 8|; Middling, 9 1-16; Good Mic
diing, 9 5 16. ,,:
Returu of Elan and Burnett.
Messrs. W. P. Elam and Oscar Barnet
who escaped last week, have returned ar.
are now in jail. WY L. McDaniel and Et
win Holmes have also given themaolve
up to the anthoritiea.
Valaable Lands la Spartanburg.
" Valaablo Spartanburg lands are adver
li6ed this week.jj-These .landa are on th
line of the new Greenwood, Laurena an
Spartanburg Road, and are to be Bold a
Spartanburg on salesdayin December next
A suspicious rambling noise was hean
in oar village about half-past five o'clocl
on Saturday evening last, bat we wodi
not have dreamed it was an earthquake
except for the short dispatch in the Au
gusta Chronicle, to be found in anothe
Mrs. Goode, who. has been with friend
and relatives in our town and' vicinity fo
three or four monthsjpast, ia- at presen
visiting In Abbeville. Mrs. Goode wa
the recipient of mach kindness and atten
tion while in Edgefield, and we hope shi
will returnjto our town for good with hei
husband, S: P. Goode, Esq.
Lecture lu Court House.
Lecture by.;Rev. A. CokeJSmith cr
" What to do, and how to do it,""next Fri
the benefit of the Rev. Mr. Smith's par
sonage. The public may expect a ran
treat, and we urge everybody to attend,
The lecture will be delivered in the Court
The Agricultural Society.
At the next regalar meeting of the
Edgefield Agricultural Society, J. B. Tomp
kins and A. A. Glover, Esqs., will eaoh
read essays on " The Economies of the
Farm." All the questions and reporte at
the last meeting, not disposed of, were
continued to next meeting. Our account
of the October meeting is very meagre,
bat we were net present and have received
The R. R. Election lu Alten,
AB to whether the town shall subscribe
to the C., C. G. & C. Railroad, comes oil
next Thursday, the 22d.~ The town is all
ablaze with excitement, a barbecue, is to
begivon and speeches; wade. Edgefield
has been called upon to aid in the orator
ical line. Hon. Jos. Collison Capt.. M. A
Markeri, Capt. Lewis Jones, Gen. Butler,
.Col. W. H. Folk and others have been in
vi ted. We will not ;bo able to announce
the result until next week.
Warrants for tho sherill" and Jailer.
Warrants have been issued for the Sher
iff, W. H. Ouztsjand his Jailer, Lewis
Wages, charging them with the escape ol
W. F. Elam and Oscar Burnett. These
warrants will be executed by the Coronet
of the County, J.jW. Johnson, Esq. War
rants have also been issued by Trial Jus
tice Glover, upon the affidavit of Dr. W,
A. Galbreath, for the arrest ot Morgan
Dorn, Elbert Dorn, Arthur McDaniel,
Richard Hammond, W, H. Thurmond and
Wyatt H. Seigler, as accessories in thc
Removal of G. L. Pean & Sou.
The event of this week, in our village
is the removal of Mr. W. B. Penn to hil
new, commodious and beautiful Blore on
Main street, nearly opposite; Mr. Hart'?
With his usual good teeto, Mr. Penn hat
made his new home "a thing of beauty,'
while not in the smallest degree detract mc
from its usefulness and commodiousness
It is a perfectly arranged establishment ix
its every detail, and might well serve as i
model for others of like character, Anc
now, Mr. Penn earnestly invites all bit
friends and patrons to come and Bee bin
sind share his happiness at being ii
such stylish quarters, surrounded by t
vastly inereaeed stock of goods with whict
to please old and new customers.
Plast Branch Centennial.
Plum Branch Baptist Church met last
Tuesday, the 13th inst., and celebrated itt
one hundredth anniversary. The Histor)
of the Church from its foundation to the
present day, was read by J.L.Carter
The Rev. J. P. McMillan read a paper ot
" The Distinctive Principles of the Bap
tist Denomination," and the Rev. J. 8
Jordan read avery interesting paper on
"The Struggles and Trials of the Baptiste
in America." How many more churches
are there in Edgefield County a hundred
years old? Horn's Greek and Steven'f
Creek, (Baptist,) we know ore over a cen
tury old. Are there any more ?
I will have a first-class barbecue dinnei
on Monday of the first week of Court
Don't forget me.
MAYBIN GRIFFIN, (ool.
Anice present tor husband dr wife
1 son or daughter, friend or awootheart
can be selected from the beautiful assort
mont of Jewelry just opened ai the Drug
Store of G. L. PHKN a SON,
For the Advertiser; '. f j
First Class School Privileges at
the Lowest Possible Elgure.
MB. E'DITOB ; W- knew" the inter
eat you take io tho progresa of the
country, and especially of those'to
wlionryonr exceltebt paper make* ita
weekly visita and I would therefore
call -your altention.to the' oheering
prospect for a High School of the
best order to be oponed in our town
January- 3rd,-1886. ?M>:(^MsitrQonter
Irafl charge ' of the building "o'f the
honse, which he is rapidly pushing
towards completion. The building
will ba large enough to accommodate
more than 100 pupils and will, we
hope, be furnished, with the best
modern furniture. -
Mr. T. Marion Anderson has been
employed to take charge of the school
as Principal. He waa educated at
the Richmohd'Qoltege and University,
of Virginia, and is recommended by
some of the beet men of Virginia.
Competent assistante will be employed
as they are needed. . , th
' , .. MU' ic.ya v
Hr. Ridgell, our enterprising, den-;
tist, has oiler ed lots at lower .pr ic OE
than ever offered here before, to those
who desire to bn?d bir$ wjtb, a view.'
to- educating their chil(h^Ov^?M. offer
will-hold good; at least;It?irT??. let.
All we aak ie that friends'-, cf schools
come and eoe fdr themselves. | Board
in families will be put down to as low
a figure ae^poeaible," v.;. .
An application has been "made'to
the President of the.O. C. &. ?. R. R.
to add a waiting room to onr depot,
an I he has been'kind enough toan
? In a.. word, I^JJSditor, ly ou will
rejoice'with us that mora public spirit
is now shown in ihe town and there
is a better prospect for: building up
Bateaburg, B'. C.,.Oct 10, '85.
For the Advertiser.
An Indignation Meeting al Denny's
X Roads, flutet Township.
A mass meeting was hold at Den*
ny'e X Roads, October 10th. M. B.
Davenport was called to the Chair,
and W. S. Crouch acted as.Secretary.
The following was adopted :
Resolved, That we, citizens of Hui
et Township, have heard with alarm
and horror of. the perpetration ol two
most foul and brutal murders in our
County in the last few days, one by
the hand of the seoret midnight J
saesin, the other nuder the guise of
lynch law. As both these outrages
wepe the most flagrant violations of
law, and as it is notorious that many
homicides and murders have been
committed in the last few years in our
Conntv and 8tate, and but few per
sons ?ave been punished, now, we
have met for the purpose of express
ing onr unqualified disapproval of
such lawlessness, and of the leniency
often shown by jurors, where proof
seemed conclusive ; and we hope that
officers and jurors, sustained by sound
Jiubiio sentiment, will honestly and
earlessly execute the laws, and if
possible prevent the recurrence of
such horrible crimes. v
Resolved, .That we hkarJibL-disap
pi iii 'ni iii ml II jjflpgl j1
tive men taking any part in protect
ing or defending persons engaged in
W. S. CROUCH, 6ec'ry.
Go to Lynch's for hue Confectionery.
Go lo Lynch's for cheap groceries. .
Thia baa no relation to race, color or
?reviouB condition-it means Jewolry J
ow ol ry that is Jewelry I Go to PK:; N'S
and Bee it
COTTON.-Highest market price paid
for cotton by
43} W. E. LYNCH.
To Oar Friends and Patrons.
? :' I ' ? --'
Hm i ng Jnnt moved Into our ne- stol el
we would extend a cordial Invitation tc
all of our cid friends and patrons tc
come and see us, and examine our ne?
quarters and our largely increased varie
ty of both useful and ornamental gooda,
No pains have been, or will be, aparec?
to make this the model establishment ol
Edge?eld, and headquarters for the vil
lage and Bnrronnding country for pure
drugs and chemicals, fine family groce
ries, toilet and fancy articles, school
books and stationery, eto, etc. Come !
We will be glad to welcome you, wheth
er you wish to bny or not, and guarantee
polite attention to every one. . i
Oct. 21, 1885 ] G. L. PENN & SON.
ALL persons holding claims againal
the Estate of Daniel Proctor, dee'd.,
will present them properly attested eithei
to the undersigned or to my attorneys,
Messrs. Sheppard Bros. Those indebted
to said Estate are requested to make pay
ment to the undersigned.
J. M. PROCTOR, Adm'r.
OCL 20, 1885.-3t46
Sale of Valuable Sea]
npo be sold at public Outcry, in tht
JL City of Spartanburg, on BsJeedav lo
December next, SEVENTEEN HUN
DRED ACRES OF LAND, the Estate ol
Maj. 8. C. Miller, deo'd., In lota ranging
in size from 10 to 107 acres, many of thom
being about 100 aores. Those lands arc
immediately on the Greenwood. J cu
rena & Spartanburg Railroad, at the sta
tion of " Moore," ton miles South ol
Spartanburg C. H., in distance from tb?
depot* to lj miles-between North and
Sooth TyKor Rivers. Fine farm Infi- lands,
Eeculiarl V adapted to raising bright to
aoco ana grasse*. Salubrity and situa
tion unsurpassed. Neighborhood fine;
community "strictly moral. Such a rare
opportunity does not often present itsolf.
*_ Terms-one-third cash; balance in one
and two years.
For further Information, apply to
GEO. W- NICHOLLS,
A t to rn ey-at- Law,
Oct. 16,1885.-2t40] Spartanburg, S. a
THE Leard of County Commissioners
will meet in Annual Session on
Tnesday, November 8rd, 1885. All
claims against the County for the Fiscal
.year 1884-5 must be presented on or be
fore that day.
By order of tho Board,
W. H. BRUNSON,
Clerk County Commissioners.
The Music House of the Sooth
Removed on the 1ST OCTOBER to
KAHR'S BEAUTIFUL BUILDING,
nearly opposite the Old Stand
The superior advantages of thia lo
cation will ba appreciated by every
one, and, with increased facilities,
GEO. O. ROBINSON ? CO will be
enabled to furnish the Finest
Manufactured at LOWEST POSSI
THE MUSIC HOUSE OF TH? SOUTH
Guarantee to duplicate Prices in
Northern cities, saving to the pur*
chaser all freight and Insurance, be?
sides supplying STOOL and COVER.
Shipped to any point in the South.
lum i n i M m ii i rnhnyjii
INSTRUMENTS of every delwSp*
SHEET MUSIC and MUSIC
The Latest Publications.
Orders filled on day of reception.
Write for Catalogue, Prices, Die
counts and easy terms of payment.
6. 0. ROBINSON & CO.
840 BROAD ST., AC(,KSTA.~
Grand Display of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
No such stock ever before Displayed in Georgia or South Carolina, not
only in Quantity and Variety, but
VERY MUCH LOWER IN PRICES
Than such goode have ever been sold at before.
Do not fail to call at
E. D. SMYTHES'**,
712 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
October 14, 1885.-?3
Pendleton's Book Store 1
804 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
B?bles, Testaments, Hymn Books, Sunday Schoo
Books, Standard and Gift Books.
IE FANCY AND OFFICE STATIONERY
And a Foll Line of
FANCY m?m rn? NOVELTIES,
Suitable lor Wedding, Birthday and Holiday Presents.
Prompt attention given to orders by mail. [Oct. 13, 1885.
C. E. STAPLES, W. JULIA* HACKETT,
Formerly Staples & Rcab. formerly of Edgedelc
STAPLES & HACKETT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GROCERS Al COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2, Warren Block, Augusta, Ga.,
MEAT, FLOUR, MEAL, CORN, HAY, OATS
FEED, SUGAR, COFFEE, LARD,
All Provisions and Fancy Family Groceries.
Also, TOBACCO and CIGARS of all Grades.
?&~ ConxignvicntH nf all kiwis Holicitctl. Do not forget to oom o and see us.
Sept. 28, 1885.- 3uu?
THE j r?K'". ei-oayii ft-.-\f ?lo ready to give the public the
Goods! Lowest Prices!
jg , .. ?7 .
Readfthe following, a FEW of oar BARGAINS, and call and see others:
mi'Mn Ladies1 JERSEYS, 75, 1.25,1.50.
20X)|*dW WALKING JACKETS, 1.50.
150?Ladies' NEWIMARKETS, handsomely trimmed, 5.00.
^'Children's 0LOAK8, 2 00, 2 50.
lOOdozen SHOULDER SHAWLS, 25, 35, 50.
50'dozen Large SHEWLS, 75,1.00,1.25, 1.50.
oXfflozen Children's Knit 8ACQ?E3 and HOODS, 25, 35, 50.
lOOtiozen Children's UNDERSHIRTS and PANTS, 25.
50'dozen Gents* UNDERSHIRTS, 25.
?Qi?ozen " M 35.
10?>:dozen M M 50.
lOOvdozen Ladies' VESTS, 40, worth 60.
Geots' RED FLANNEL SHIRTS, 75,1.00.
?. " ? DRAWERS, 50,1.00.
RL$ FLANNEL, 18, 25, 30. WHITE FLANNEL, 20, 25, 30.
Extra Heavy RED TWILL FLANNEL, 2*> cents, worth 40 cents.
Large stock of CANTON FLANNEL, 8, 10, 12j.
White BLANKETS, 1.50,2 00,2.25. Colored BLANKETS, 1.25,1.50.
200 dozen Ladies' Colored and Black CASHMERE GLOVES, 25, 35,
40 cen?, worth double the money.
Dress Goods in all the New Shades and Bovell ic*.
Bkok and Colored CASHMERE, double fold, 15, 25, 35 cents.
Fincy BROCADE DRESS GOODS, new shades, 5, 10. 15 cesta.
We have a Full Stook of our celebrated R. D. Jet Bbck and Blue
Blaok CASHMERES, from 50o to $2.00 per yard.
There are meny other Bargains in every department, too numerous to
mention. Jeana, Oaeeimeres, Towels, Table Linens, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
Hosiery, Corsets, eto. Thousands of yards of Domestics at lactory prices.
8?B"*A visit of inspection is all that is asked, feeling sure that we will be
bis to please you.
JAS. W. TURLEY,
SOS BROAD ST., ATTQ-TTSTA, OA.
! J. L. MIMNAUGH I CO.
COLUMBIA, S. O.
A BAZAR OF FASHION !
One of the most complete Retail Stores in the State. Yet not still
eooygh. Our motto ie, M Upward and Onward."
DRESS GOODS AND SLLECS.
J In this line we excel in Novelties of the latest production. See our line
of LYONS BLACK SILKS, at $2, $2.50 and $3 per yard.
See our prices in the following Goods : Ladies' Felt Hits in all the new
Shsdee ; Plumes, Tips, Feathers, Wigns, Ribbons, Velvets, Pins, Hat Crown
ana Crapes. The designa are new and pretty, direct from the Manufacturers.
LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR.
In this d?partirent we are ehowing the Best Line of Goods brought to
Columbia in years, consisting of Corset Covers, Infants' Long Dresses, Shirts,
Chemise, Night Gowns, Children's Short Dresses and a variety of other gar
ments too numerous to mention,
Another Big Sale of Handkerchiefs thie week.
DST DOMESTICS, FLANNELS, CAS
SIMERES AND JEANS.
These Goods are cheaper than they have been in Columbia since the
war. So don't be deceived. Buy no Goods until you examine our Stock.
We can afford to live on the smallest marginal profit. No division ot
rofita here; all for one, and that one is J. L. MIMNAUGH.
E^oTegnmerate our different Depe^tra^tsHinfrlne^ Val'j
we have to offer would require space and valuable time.
SHOES, HATS and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS in this room will
bs completo in the next week.
S JP E C I A L.
We will offer to-morrow 2.500 Gents' NECK TIES, in a variety of now
designs, 50c each, worth from $1 to $1.25.
See the Bargains we are offering in NEW STYLE HATS.
J. L. MIMNAUGH & 00.
Colambia, B. C., Sept. 20,1885.
W I DELPH,
-Wholesale ind Retail Dealer lo
COOKING STOVES, HEATING STOVES,
GRATES, HARDWARE and TINWARE.
In Stock a Very f?all Line of the Celebrated
IUI KIT Itt TH? M??KET.
SUfteon dlflbront elees and kinda, bis tum
?with Enameled Roacrvolra. Adaptod to oil
requirements, and priced to snit all pursen.
UgftLf?Iia FEATURES s
Doable Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grave,
Adjustable Damper, Interchangeable Auto
matic Shelf. Drolling Door, Swinging Hearth
Plato, Stringing Flue-Stop. Reversible G??
Bumlng Long Uros? Plcco, Double Short
Centres, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fire
Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, cte
Unequaled in Material. In Finish, and In
Maooincfrtred by I8AA0 A. 8HEPPAM? & CO., Bai?irooro, Kd.
ABD roa SALB BT W. I- DHLPHi S31 Broad Kt., Aa?Mta, a?.
Sept 29, 1885.-43
XUErs. J. "Ta BUCKLEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Stationery, Blank Books,
ALL KINDS SCHOOL BOOKS,
RENS, INK AND PENCILS,
PINE PLUSH AND FANG Y GOODS,
325 BROAD ST,, AUGUSTA, OA
School Dooks a Specialty.
PIANOS & ORGANS
FOR THE MILLION, AT FACTORY
Low for Cash, or on Easy Monthly Payments. No
money asked till Instrument is Seen and Tested.
Catalogues free on application. Address:
161 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.
October 13, 1885.-45-3m
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AND LOOK O? i' If QR THE
Tte Famous "WIXTI'S"
VICTORY OVER HI6H PRICES CELEBRATED!
First Big Deal of the Fall. Season?
OUR 8H0S DEPARTMENT is upward of Three Hundred (300) feet deep, and
wo are loaded to the muzzle with tho Largost Stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's l'lrst Claas Shoes.
Tho " Biggest Hourn? in Amu lea" must stand from nuder when "WHJTE"
places before ' io public bia Pruchunation LOW PRICES.
The BEA R is on top this tlm<- now open your eyes, BARGAIN HUNTERS,
and if you are closo calculator?, and know a good thing when you see lt, come to
FIVE THOUSAND (5,000) Pairs In this ONE LOT, of Gents' Calf hsod-sew?d
Shoos, that will bo sold f.>r ?S.55, wei! worth.$7 00. Every pair of them warranted.
.rfBTThis inveshnont boat* holding Wheat for a riso cu chunca pf a war between
Germany and t?pnin.
TO ILLUSTRATE: Our elegant assortment of Ladies', Oonta', Misses' and
Children'4 FINE SHOES aro Poleoted from hundreds of Manufacturera who are
special n.akers of Finn Goods. We haye tho nobbiest styles ol the season in La
dies' KID BUTTON BOOTS.
Our competitors will ask you $6 00 for a French Kid Button Boot, hand-sewed,
that wo can sell at a fair proiit for $4.50.
ON K DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS is just the amount you save in buying
our Kid Mutton Boot (Crimp Too), which wo retail for $2.50. It is a perfect flt.
Ladle? hr? iii the habit ot paying from ?t.M) to $1.00 for a Carlson Kfd Batton Boot.
SAME troon** SOLD HY THE FAMOUS WHITE fur 92,-fO per pair.
THE FAMOUS BEAR downs the high priced Bulls this time with a fine Kid
Button boot, hand-worked button holes, box too, for $150; -generally sold mr 12.60.
A LATE NOVELTY ! This ia tho Latest Wrinkle in combining Style with
Obmfoit. Lls'on to tho Price-$1.25 for a Kid Button Boot-good valuo for $2.00.
Examine this nlioe and be convinced. Another Big Rush for our $1.00 Kid Button
Boot, hand workod button hole?-every pair warranted-well worth $2.00.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN of moderate means, who are in the habit :.?' paying
donblo prices Tor poor articles or Shosx. wlU do woll to examina our Y\i\l ?Linea of
Misses' and Children's Shoes, as our compelit >rs havo dropped out of tho market,
and we are hold inp: tho fiold alono in First Class Goods. ' ' - T
BIG FISH.-Wo caught several of the big tish this week lu selecting our.fS.55
hand newed Shoe, with " WHITE, the famous Bear," stamped on the bottom of.
each pair. Substantial and neat titting-you will find those two qualities .com
bined in onr $3 00 ?ont?' Calf Button Boot, woll worth $5.00.
If you want a good business Shoe, call and oxamine our 82.00 Common Sense
22 DIFFERENT MANUFACTURERS assert that WHITE,.the famous Bear,
sells the Best $5.00 Calf Lined, hand-sowed Shoe in the markot. This Shoo yon can
buy in Balmorals, Button, or Congress, with Cap or Plain Box, sold by other bonb
on f..r f0. CO. ' ?aaiKMft
While, iii? Fa mons Bear, Has Many Imitators? But No CoBfelitors.
Wo have added this season to our al- White, the Faanaa flaar'c ?ft**
ready enormous stock of Gents' and T u?mFB SBflC
Young Men's Departments the largest HODSfl. '
line of hand and machino sewod shoes 4 , ? .?./'lil
that has ever been shown in Goorgia or _ A?* tor our $1.00 lAdie?Kld"Bntton
South Carolina Boot? wortl? ?W. , . 'JH V;UI3WJ
ir you have a want tosatisfy, or a laney ^00 Pairs Ladles' Kid Lane -Shoes at
to gratify, call and examino our $3.55 ''iWT'^,- . ' ?2? An -
hand sowed Balmorals, with "WHITE 70flPalrelAdiee'PebbleGMtWinorili
the Famous Bear," ?tamped on each pair. PnTer*Vy ,roi.d ?SWSLITJ
IC Cases of Gents' hand sowed Cony ress " 000 Pm1T Ladle^ Gondola Kid Button
Gaiters at $-1.55 per pair, well worth 85.00. ?^?jg&52&&?&? S?1
Wo have a Calf hand sewed Balmoral . 5'J0, P*"* LfM?Jls ^ ^^oeta.jorJ.
that we sell for $2.85 that is cccod valuo. 'l^JL. vff??v7^5? .B-00.- J
Oar Gents' French Calf hand sowed 900 FalT ?air Button Boots,?rerj^?ir
Button Boot, Calf lined, at $5.00, is pon- Tim^\a} f0?*^- ?
orally sold for $6.50 ?A 8f"^ lot.of ^^L01*TT^,
Our French Calf hand sowed Pa! ?n oral abr * 300 palra, will be sold'at tt?>,
at $5.00-for beauty and finish oxcele any y'-i6-, .....
?7.C0 8hoe in the two State?. p The last of a b clot ffLadie? AU?
Genta* Congress Gaiters at $2 00 worth Polish Boots wilibe closed pot at Meente
$3 50 per pair, formerly Bold at$L? ^
Gents' Calf Balmorals at $2.50, gooc 4 Young Lady, of atatidiooa ead ex
value $3 50 acting taste, who cannot ind, dil om*
Gents'"Congres Gaiters (vorv nobby) Enormous Stock of Misses Shoes,?pair
at $1.50, well worth $2.00 " * t0 *u,t?fr be hard lo please.
Our Gents' Congrats Ualtcrs at $1.00, . Onr Misses French Kid Button, 018,?),
formo ly sold at $1.7?. ls something very elegant m . :
Boys'Calf Button Boots (C.- p Toe? al " ?ur Mifl?,ef C?T"\Kld ?Pi??:Soot
.3.00?well worth $3.00 %??^-??&?'fcS?Bi?SSS
Boya' Calf ?nlmoruls at f.1.75, wouM . <>"r Mlssce Kid Button Boot,at $2.00,
sell readily IbrS'.. fi?. ii | is unexcelled for stylo,^uaUhrandflaiah.
Ou r Boy?' Buy Slato Balmorals U $110 . 2HjT2" Pebble "fi* ^S"0* Boo*?
is the best Shoe in America. fir11,50; ?S "fJ" ?
We can sell you a Boy- Shoo from before for lees than $200.- . '. y'
5Cc un . "A.,8ma11 lot of Zeiglex's Misses'and
' ; Children's Shoes that will be sota at 35
- ? : coots per pair less than cost f Liston.
A BoDflKZa for Parch?s and finar- . Misses Kid Button Boot, box toe, for
,. [ S2.00, regular price $3.00.
?'a'? ?" A Child's Kid Button Boot, 8 to 101
A-.uu.i ?rm. or...? co ... ,00 .Hffcff?^?^
p?;r < $100, well worth $1.50.
You cannot alford U> miss th's grand A Child's Pebble Goat Button Boot, at
opportunity, and whoo wo say f!>tt you 75 cents, worth $1.25,
cannot Rt?'ord lo purchase efoowhero, bo; An Infant's Button Boot, at 25 conto
fore MO. . : it; these superb bargains, we generally sold at 75 cents,
nie.m thst von will recogida* .wt once the A Child's Bronze Button Boot, at 60
sound logic of a visit lo couts, always sold$1.00. ,
Upon our Counters will be thrown, day after day, new arrivals, at panic pri?es
fi om houses that havo o illapsod ; others that will go down to-morrow, ana still
others who throw oat these sa-riticos in the vaiu hope to outlive the storm. From
such sources as those we buy our goods and tho house that wants the trade of the
(loople must go beyond this advanced HUM-must beat tbeso prices or go down-for
f there is honor in man, or virtue la ?u?d Goods, at low prices, we are masters of
Ute situation. _ ' . . ..- .
THE J. B. 'WlfTTTl^.^A
" WHITE, thc Famous Shoe BEAK* 740 Broad'St, Aogusta, Ga.
Augusts, Ge... Oct. 21, 1835.-50
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You know our reputation for selli:'^ FmsT CLASS Goops
AT Low PRICKS. NOW ia your opportunity. You will- feel
badly when you find that you have paid $1.50 for a pair of
Shoe's that WM. MULHERIN & CO. would haye sold for %1
\Ye name some of our BARGAINS :
CHILDREN'S SHOES at.50c. I Men's wholoStook BSOG A NS fi to 1 36
MISSES SHOES from.65c. to $11 " P. CALF TIES......f l-to 160
WOMEN'S SHOES from.75c. to $U5 I " DRESS SHOES. $125 tot2
LADI ES' DRESS SHOES from fl to 1.50 i " HEAVY BOOTS......$l 60 to $2 50
YOUTHS' BROGANS at.50c. Gents" Dress CALF B0OT8-...$J28 to|8
BOYS' P. CALF TIES.75c. to$l Bovs' Drees HATS...jg to 60c
GENTS' DRESS HATS.50c. to $ i 5t.
Our Stock is the largest and best that we have ever of
fered to the good people of Edge?old and vicinity, and we
are determined to work up a large trade by selling oar goods
"ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,*'
No end to the Bargains. Come and see the Goods.
WM. MULHERIN & OO'JS.
TWO S TO JR SS S-722 Broad St., Op Jfconum?Mt,
And MS Broad, Sign o? Inc JLarge lied Soot.
Augusta, Ga, 8opt. 28, lS8.r..-42-3_
MRS. N. BRUM CLARK,
819 Broad 3t., Augusta, Qa.,
Ie receiviDg a Handsome Line of MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS
for Fall and Winier. You will do well to eiamine her Stock of GOBBETS,
BUSTLES, H00PSKIRTS, NOTIONS, ETC.
BLACK CREPE an \ DRESS TRIMMINGS io great variety.
tS- Will resume the business of ERESS-MAKING Ootober 1, 1885.
Sept, 29, '85.-43] fttrs. iii. BRUM CLARK.
AT TUE OLD STAND,
.?<17, 349 and 351 Broad St., Augusta, ?a.,
Continues to show a full stock of goods in this line at bottom prices. I
follow no eclf-fltyled leaders, btu still continue MY OLD ESTABLISHED METH
OD OF FAIR, SQUARE DEALING, which my many OLD customers know, and
new oneil will readily appreciate upon trial.
A Full Stock of COFFINS, CASES and CASKET8, from the CHEAP
EST tb the FINEST. Telegraph orders from responsible parlies, giving
nizc ?nd price, promptly filled.
WT SATIHTACTION GUARANTEED.*?! [Sept. 16, 1888 -4iiul