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Death o? Mrs. Eliza Bacon.
This venerable and beloved lady-one
>f tho most widely known women in
~outh Carolina-who, from her early wo
jmanhood>has been so prominent in tho
social life and history of Edgefield, de
parted this life, at her old home in our
midst, on Friday night, last, at the unu
sually advanced ago of 91 years. She
was the widow of the late EDMUND BA
CON, Esq., and had survived h?rhusband
-and most of the friends of her youth
Mrs. BACON was-a ".vornan of uncom
aon vigor of mind and body, and of re
?arkable strength and honesty of char
cter. And in her death*it would seem,
Drally, that a part of Edgefield is'gone,
i Tuesday last, her remains were fol
owed to the grave by the whole commu
nity who had known and honored her so
Painful Accident to an Esteemed
On Monday last, as Major JOHN H.
I HUGHES was driving in his carriage near
[his residence, accompanied by Mrs.
I HUGH KS, the horses took fright, and mn
?violently somo distance, throwing Ma
fjor H. from the carriage and causing
him serious injuries. Ho had boen
quite ill but a short time before and his
condition, at present, we are pained to
say, is such as to excite the apprehension
I of his many friends.
On Monday (sale-day) we took occasion
|to make enquiry concerning thc present
appearance of the crops, &c., and were
itified to learn from all sections of the
Hstrict that the large breath of laud'sown
Wheat and Oats Avas looking, exceed
ingly promising, although in some locali
[es there were indications of Rust in the
Theat, but not sufficient as yet to give
ly apprehension of a failure in that crop,
ira too is doing finely, is farther ad
zed than usual at this season, and
rciy one seems determined to raise a
lufficiency of this cereal for home conr
km ?pt ion another year, whilst many con
mi plate having corn to sell in 1872. Cot
ton is coining up to the satisfaction of
rall, and " chopping-out-cotton," is now
the word and the work in all directions,
Toe fruit prospectsare positively glori
[ons, the frost of the 29th to tho contrary
lot withstanding-thc vegetable gardens
re coming on luxuriantly-and, in fact,
Everybody and everything, is working,
patching and waiting in the highest state
?lover Can Be Grown in Edgefield.
A beautiful sample of Red Clover now
ss beforo us grown by Mrs. S. HOLMES,
k-ing only a few miles "West of this
lace. Tho sample sent us is some three
fet in length, and clearly establishes the
litherto doubtful question as to thc
(rowing of Clover successfully in our
climate. We invite our fanning friends,
rho delight in green pastures and fat
[stock, to call in and satisfy themselves
[that as fine Clover tan bo grown in
Edgefield as thc world produces.
Ii. Elliott, the colored member
|n Congress for this Congressional Dis
ict, has taken the liberty of his ollicial
xsition of sending ns a few packages
vegetable and flower scuds from tho
S. Department of Agriculture. We
lank Elliott for the courtesy extended?
id will certainly test the seed sent us.
\??- The Col uni bia Phoenix says : " The
licken disputes will bc resumed in thc
^ck-pit attached to the Exchange House,
is to bea sectional matter-Richland
id Newberry vu. Edgefield and Augusta.
Jhe difficulty will commence on the 9th
Maj, and bc continued on tho 10th and
Uh. A large amount of money will
mbtless, change hands. Hut "come
isy, go easy," is the rule.
AGAIN, AND AGAIN, AND AGAIN,
wc present to our readers tho claims,
xm their patronage, ol' that sterling
intlcman, W. A. RAMSEY, the old and
puhir Clothing Merchant ol* Augusta.
id season after season do our male pco
flo-.'k to him for Coats, and Pants, and
.sts, and Shirts, &c, &C, <vc. And as
Kng as he is there his Edgefield friends
tall not forget him, for he is emphatical
ly the right sort of man to deal with.
fRcfer to his new card in another column.
THE PLACE FOR SPRUCE YOUNG
GENTLEMEN :-1 heplace, in Augusta,
for spruce young gentlemen (thej"?ttnc*M
dowe) to buy their Clothing, Ls, of course,
A. T. GRAY'S. A. T. is one of those fa
mous GRAY Brothers, who, in the way of
enterprise, style and taste, always make
a ec up de ft let. But the old, the plain,
and the sedate, can also bc equally well
suited at ANDREW GRAY'S. In short
AN DREW Ci RAY'S Clothing Establishment
is emphatically a first-class one, and we
hope his many patrons in these parts
?will give due heed to his Spring adver
I tisement which we publish to day.
PLANTERS' GROCERS HOUSE.
-BAKER, MILLER <fc CV?., one of the
leading Grocery Houses of Augusta,
mike to their Planting Customers in
?dgefield ii very mir and comfortable
reposition. They arc prompt and relia
e gentleman, and our people would do
jil to ponder well their Card in another
?A BROTH OF A BOY IS MIKE
(DOWD As regards that genial and
mero us Irish gentleman MIKE O'Dowo,
fiero is no doubt of his popularity in
dgefield-a popularity at once immense
(nd well-deserved. His Groceries are
lie Best and Cheapest in the world, and
Is for his Wines and Liquors, they are so
ure that a headache could not be found
a million barrels. Dis new announce
ment to-day deserves particular atten
THE GREAT FURNITURE EMPO
RIUM.-Ever since wc can remember,
^thc Greatest Furniture Emporium in
Georgia or South Carolina, has been
that of the PLATTS in Augusta. And
still the great Firm holds its sway, stop
ping at nothing in the line of progress
a td enterprise. We ln*g for their now
announcement, this week, special uttcn
GRAND, GLOOMY AND PECU
LIAR.-No,- not at all gloomy! We
merely put in that word for euphony.
But undoubtedly grand and peculiar. We
mean the MKLLARKY Brothers, of Au
gusts, ('rand in the vastness and com
pleteness of their famous Dry-Goods Es
"iahlishnient, and peculiar hi the elegant
taste with which they lay before the Iri
dies all thc treasures of Fashionable Ap
parel. In another column the MULLAR
KYS say a word to Wholesale as well as I
The Catholic Advocate.
The third number of this well gotten
WP fcud ably conducted weekly, publish
ed by ?HBCUT SC CO., of Charleston, S.
C. has been received at this office, and
proves quite an entertaining and wel
come weekly visitor. , We cheerfully
enter it upon our "exchange list, and
commend it to all wanting a Catholic
paper, extremely fair and liberal in its
views and management. The Catli?lir
Advocate is issued every Saturday morn
ing. Price, SJ per^'lhifauui. Give it a
-""the Governor has appointed L. M.
-Grist, of Yarkville, a Notary Public.
The Public Meeting on Sale-Day.
On another column will bo found tho
proceedings of tho Public Meeting on
Monday last. On this occasion there was
an unusually large attendance of our cit
izens from all parts of the District, and
the most lively interest was taken in tho
Meeting and its object. As will be seen,
wise and well- tried citizens have been
appointed to represent Edgeficld in the
coming Taxpayers Convention. We will
not exhort or advise them, for we feel
well assured they will do their very best
to bring about an amelioration of the
present deplorable condition of our State.
As regards the Railroad Committees,
we have only to say : Gentlemen, push the
matter -vigorously and with no cessation, j
for without this Railroad, Edgefield will
in a few years be a bat-hole.
Unquiet os an Earthquake.
Many quarters of our State seem to be
as unquiet as an earthquake. The Co
lumbia papers of yesterday (Tuesday,
2nd inst.) have just reached us containing
painful and alarming rumors of local
disturbances and Ku Klux demonstra
tions in a number, of Counties-in Fair
field, bi Clarendon, in Marion, in New
berry. In most of these Counties, cer
tain Comity officers havo been solemnly
warned to resign, and if all reports, now
flying bc true, we may at any moment
hear of violent deeds in many sections.
The Radical party has sown the wind,
and all parties seem to be reaping the
whirlwind. In tho midst of all this, it is
a matter of congratulation that Edgefield
remains calm, quiet, and law-abiding.
A Word on the Cotton Gin Question.
It is only to tell you where to get the
very best Gins made, or where to have
your old ones repaired and made almost
as good as new. Well the place is Au
gusta, and thc men are NEBLETT <fc
GOODRICH. Mr. NEBLETT is. already
widely known in many parts of our Dis
trict as a man eminently skilled in this
respect, and all work entrusted to him,
bo it manufacturing or repairing, will
certainly provo lasting and satisfactory
in the highest degree. Capt. LEWIS
JONES is their Agent in these parts.
But refer to their card. It is an impor
tant one to Cotton Planters.
A Corn Thief Comes to Grief*
On last Saturday night three negroes,
attempting to steal Corn from the Crib ol'
Mr. SCOTT ALLEN, living at Fruit Hil',
in this District, were detected in the act
by Mr. ALLEN. He hailed them, and or
dered them to surrender, but they heeded
not his call, and fled precipitately. Mr. A.
then discharged one barrel of his gun and
tried to discharge the remaining barrel,
with the view of frightening the negroes,
but in tho excitement he snapped the
trigger of tho barrel already fired. One
of the negroes thereupon, supposing there
was no further danger, turned, and gath
ering up a rail, was approaching Mr. A.
for the purpose of giving him battle. In
the meantime, ALLEN discovered his er
ror, and as the negro advanced, gave
him the contents of his gun, tho load go
ing through the body of the negro. We
have not learned the name of tho corn
thief who so foolishly ran against that
handfull of birdshot- but he "now rests
from his labors," and will never have
juiy further usc for a grain of corn than
Joe Crews will have fora seat in Heaven.
The two accomplices of thc negro kill
ed made their escape.
"The Largest Southern Company."
We call attention to the advertisement of
the Piedmont it Arlington Life Insurance
Company in another column. It oilers
to its patrons as many advantages, and
as great security as other Companies can,
and in addition invests its surplus in this
Stato, and among its policyholders. Thus
making it in every essential a Home
Company, and better inasmuch as it offers
you the security of its good management,
tested by its prosperity.
- ? -?
?* The Hearth & Home."
If you want a really acceptable first
class literary and family paper, we would
advise you to subscribe to the 11 Hearth
& Home,'" published bj' OltANOE JUDD
it Co., 245 Broadway, New York, at only
?3.00 per annum. It is a twenty page
weekly, each number handsomely illus
trated, beautifully \ ntcd,andol'ahighly
pleasing and instructive character. Il
has, also, a vast amount of the choicest
reading, carefully prepared, and full of
instruction. With a moderate amount of
rural information for thc Farm and (?ar
den, it contains excellent Editorials On
the various topics of the day, which give
thc reader practical and useful informa
tion. " Hearth and Home'" has a most
capital Household Department, which
will delight and greatly aid ovory House
keeper. The Children's Department,
edited by Mrs. MARV E. DODGE, with
?many Assistants, is ol' surpassing interest
to all the little people. The News De
partment tells, in a clear, condensed way,
what is going on in thc world, so as to
make the reader intelligent without wa
ding through a great mass of material.
In short, it is a paper that will please and
profit both old and young in every
Home. And we should be pleased to
know that it had a more extended circula
tion in Ulis community. Single copies,
S cents. Send on and get a specimen.
-The Southern candidates for thc
Radical nomination for Vice-president
on the ticket with U. S. Grant, are Gov.
Alcorn, of Mississippi; ex-Gov. Clayton,
of Arkansas ; Horace, Maynard, of Ten
nessee ; ex-Gov. Orr, of .South Carolina ;
Gov. Bullock, of Georgia, and ex-Sena
-.Ino. Morrissey purchased ai thc
meeting of the M?tairie Jo?ke3T Club in
New Orleans, last week, to bring North,
the four-year old colt Defender, by John
Morgan, dam Cinchona by Herald, for
The place to find something PURE
and GENUINE in the way of
CHAMPAGNE WINES ?nd
BRANDIES, is at the Drug Store of
MARKERT & CLISBY.
If vou wish PURE COGNAC
BRADDY for Medical purp oses, go to
MARKERT & CLISBY'S.
If von want a PURE ARTICLE of
SHERRY or MADEIRA WINE, go
MARKERT & CLISBY'S.
If von desire a good article of
OLD JAMAICA RUM or.HOLLAND
GIN call at the Drug Store of
MARKERT & CLISBY.
We will also state that we have a
few gallons of that GOOD OLD RYE
and CORN still on hand..
MARKERT & CLISBY.
If you wish a superior article of
SHERRY for Cooking purposes, very
cheap, call at the Drug Store of
MARKERT & CLISBY.
To gentleman who indulge in the
luxury of Chewing and Smoking, we
respectfully a.mounce, (and t?o so
contentiously,) that we have, and
are determined to:keep on hand, the
BEST brands of Chewing and Smok
ing TOBACCO and SE?ARS. .
MARKERT & CLISBY.
Mar 15 tf 12
I HAVE just received a NEW STOCK of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
?cc, &c, consisting in part of
JAPANESE, LENOES, LAWNS, MUSLINS, PIQUETS, CALICOES,
all beautiful designs.
Bleached and Brown HOMESPUN, Checked HOMESPUN,
Green, Blue and Brown GINGHAMS, Paper CAMBRIC,
CORSETS, Corset Steels and Laces,
HOSIERY, NEEDLES, THREAD, assorted,
SPOOL SILK, all colors.
Ladies and Misses HATS and GLOVES,
RIBBONS, Black Lace VEILS, Brown BAREGE,
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS, &c.
Ladies and Misses SHOES and Congress GAITERS,
Stout SHOES for Women, and a good supply BROGANS, full stock.
CROCKERY, . GLASSWARE, TIN WARE,
SUGAR, COFFEE, SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH, &c, &c.
S??&*1 will sell at prices to suit'the times for Cash.
S. H. MATVGET.
Apr 26 tf 18
M. LEBESCHULTZ, Agent,
IVO. 2, PARK ROW,
iESPECTFULLY informs the public generally that he is now receiving,
direct from the Manufacturers in New York, a SPLENDID STOCK of
Beady Made Clotting,
For Men, Youths and Children. Also, SHIRTS and ?DRAWERS, a
large Stock. The celebrated Pembroke SHIRT cannot be surpassed in fit
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS of all descriptions.
TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS, School BAGS.
An extensive variety of the latest style of HATS, among which is the
Gen. LEE HAT, very becoming and handsome.
ROOTS and SHOES for Ladies and Gentlemen, the best hand
sewed in make, style and durability.
BROGANS and COMMON SHOES will be sold at a small advance on
A splendid Stock of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, LOCKS, WEEDING
DOMESTIC GOODS of every description. '
Jf?j-All in want of Goods in my line, are invited to call at the Reliable
M. LEBESCHIJLTZ, Agent,
No. 2, Pa \: Row.
Apr 12 3t IC
Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers in Baltimore,
2 Cases Men's Wax BROGANS, full stock, at $1,85.
2 " Men's Calf SHOES, onlv $2,50.
1 " Old Ladies' Calf, Morocco and Cloth BUSKINS,
1 " Ladies' Calf Sewed BALMORALS, $2,00 to $2,50.
1 " " " Pegged " $1,50 to $2,00.
1 " " Lasting Ramp GIPSEYS, very pretty.
1 " " Tipped GIPSEYS, '
1 " Misses Peb'ed Grated POLKAS, a splendid article,
Ladies' Morocco and Kid SHOES, in great variety.
New Styles in Ladies and Misses SLIPPERS.
A full line Boys, Misses and Children's SHOES, always on hand.
Call and look at my Stock before purchasing. I am confident I can save
you money, and warrant my Shoe* to give perfect satisfaction.
Just received One Dozen GRAIN CRADLES, stocked and ready for use,
and marked at low ligures.
50 Doz. WEEDING HOES, very low for Cash.
O. F. CHE ?THAN.
Apr 27 tf IS
I) R Y GOODS !
mm Td BUT THU !
Every Busines Person will Admit that the Place to Buy Good.:- is Where
You Can Get what Suits You at the Lowest Prices!
LADIES OE ED GEFIEL D,
McCabe, [Costello & Daly,
Bespectfully Solicit a Call at Their
318 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
mere they are nov: opening a Stock of SUMM Lil DRY GOODS which for Com
pleteness of Assortment, Elegance, and Moderation of Price, will, we feel, be enual to
your highest anticipation*. Uur Buyer lias just returned from the Northern Markets,
where lie has been a great part of the Spring, and having rare experience (having been
for some vears engaged as salesman in some of the largest Importing Houses in this
Country,*) is well qualified to buy the RIGHT GOODS and at the RIGHT PRICES.
Without attempting to enumerate, .ve call special attention to the following
In BLACKS, from Lowest to Finest Makes. All the New SUMMER SHADES in
solid Colors. New and Choice Styles in STRIPES, PLAIDS, SEEDED, &c.
From lOcts per vard upwards, embracing Everything New and Stylish. Iron framed
GRENADINE iii Black, White and Brocaded, ?-4 and 8-4,
In LINEN, NANKEEN. LAWNS and CAMBRICS, White and Colored. The
greatest sensation of the Season. Prices less than the material will cost you.
In real LLAMA. PUCHER and other LACES. PARASOLS, SASH RIBBONS,
EMBROIDERIES, HOSIERY, FANS. FANCY GOODS, 4c.
Ladies, give us a call when you come to our City. We have the Goods,
e will cheerfully show them. We ask One Price. And are determined
ot to be undersold.
MCCABE, COSTELLO & DALY,
318 Broad Street, opposite Planters' Hotel and V; Richards & Bros.
N. B. A Full Stock Goods for Men and Boys' wear. Domestics by tile
Piece at Factory Prices. Samples sent by Mail and orders faithfully exe
cuted. MCCABE, COSTELLO & DALY.
Augusta, Apr 10 tf 17
W. GRAHAM & CO.
^WlLL give strict attention to tho
STORAGE and SALE OF COTTON and
other PRODUCE on Commission.
And will makp the usual-ADVANCES
of PROVISIONS, Arc, to Planters.
Consignments and Orders solicited.
Office, No. 5, McIntosh Street, opposite
Messrs. Jennings, Smith tfc Co.
Augusta, Apr 17, 1871.
Befa-enees in 'Erfffefletd :-Gens. Bon
ham, Dunovantand Butler.
Capt. O. N. BUTLER, of Edgefield, is
associated with our Firm, and will repre
sent our House in Edgeiield and adjoin
WELL BURNT BRICK.
AND among thom several Thousands CIR
CULAR RRICKS tor Walling Wells,
-now ready for delivery.
W. W. ADAMS.
Mar ? tf ll
, SPRING TRADE,
Iced Soda Water !
THE Fount is opon for the Season, with
choice Syrups, at
SANDERS' DRUG STORE.
Complete sets from $3 to &20 per set,
All the dillerent kinds at rcducod prices.
Of every description.
For ladies and gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS.
GUNS AND PISTOLS OF
ALL KINDS AND PRICES.
Gooch* shipped to any part of the coun
try per Express. The same careful atten
tion given to orders by mail as to perso
nal purchases. Prices for our goods
based on gold at par.
P0CLTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.,
200 W. Baltimore Street,
_Apr 20_ly _18
Apr 20 . _ tf 18
ASPEEDY and an effectual Remedy
for Unit alarming and often fatal dis
ease," and the best Remedy for Whooping
Cough and Asthma. For sale Iry
G. L. PENN, Druggist.
Apr 20 tf 18
More New Gr o od s
I have this day received, iq addition to my first purchases -
50 Pieces BEST: PRINTS, ?
1 Case Yard wide BLEACHING
1 Case 7-8 Brown SHIRTING
10 Pieces Bed TICKING,
10 Pieces PAPER CAMBRIC, all colors,
10 Dozen Ladies and Misses HOSE, a choice arLicle
'50 " Coats'COTTON,
Also, another supply Buff and White PIQUETS, fresh from New
York, and very beautiful.
. ' . J. H. CHEATHAM.
Apr 26 tf ia
From ? to lizard !
HAVING iust Returned from New York, with a LARGE and HAND
SOME Stock of DRY GOODS and SUNDRIES, All Bran New
from the Largest to thc Smallest Article. I now respect
fully offer the same tb the Public of Edgefield, at PRICES AS MODE
RATE as can possibly be found elsewhere.
CALB AND SEE MY
FASHIONABLE DIS GOODS
They are in every MATERIAL, every STYLE, every COLOR, ev?ry
PRICE. And besides Dress Goods,
FA A'S & FLOWERS,
RIBBONS & LACES,
A VERY LARGE, VARIED AND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF
UM MISS Ml) ?DIM SIB,
You will find my Stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, SHIRTS, UNDER
VESTS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, entirely
BEA??T?IIIL fiOOBS FOE SPEIICr PANTS.
Hi RD WARE.
A SPLENDID STOCK
ALL GRADES-ALL STYLES.
New Groods Received
SUGARS AND COFFEES, ALL GRADES.
The Continued Patronage of the Public is respect
fully solicited, while fair, prompt and honorable deal
ing is guarantied.
J. H. CHEATHAM,
At Sullivan's Old Stand.
April 5 4t 15
W?ULD Re'ftp?ctfullv inform the Lachos of Edgefield that she has just received ;
SECOND LARGE LOT OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY GOOD*
consisting in part of
Rich and Elegant PATTERN BONNETS,.
Rich und Elegant PATTERN HATS,
And another Lot of those HANDSOME LEGHORN HATS which arc so mud
called for, and could onlv be found, when the Season opened, at this Establishment.
SASH RIBBONS of every kind, and at, verv low prices.
GILT and JET "JEWELRY, Lace COLLARS,
And a few of those stylish GILT FANS, so very fashionable at present.
Call and examine the Goods to be found in this the Largest Storo of the kind Sout
171 BROAD STREET,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA ?OTEL,
New SjttiBg & Summe?
J. H? Subscriber has just returned from
Charleston, and has now in Store the fol
lowing Goods, which he.will sell at the
lowest price for CASH ONLY.
CALICOES, all styles and prices,
English BAREGES and LENOES,
JAPANESE CLOTHS, Plain Striped
TAMART1NE, White, Black and Cnl'd
White PIQUE CLOTH,
Blue, Pink and Buff LAWNS,
Black and Colored MUSLINS,
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook MUS
LINS, Plain and Striped,
Ladies and Misses' HATS and SUN
DOWNS, Trimmed and Untrimmed,
RIBBONS, FLO WEBS, ROUGHES,
Lace and Linen COLLARS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
NOTIONS of all kinds,
Ladies and Misses' White and Colored
Ladies and Misses' H'D'K'FS, all styles
Irish LINENS, Linen TOWELS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEET
PILLOW CASE Goods,
Bed TICKINGS, Ac, &c.
Men and Boys* Wear.
Linen DRILLS, DUCKS and COA
L. C. H'D'K'FS, in great variety,
Men's and Boys' HALF HOSE,
Men's aud Boy's Fashionable HATS,
aU styles, for Summer wear.
sii oe M.
Ladies, Missesand Children's SHOES,
Men's, Youths and Boys SHOES, every
KNIVES and FORKS,
LOCKS, HINGES and SCREWS,
Brade's Crown HOES,
Planter's Steel HOES,
SHOVELS, Garden RAKES, FORKS,
NAILS, TRACES, Ac.
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH, SODA.
A good assortment on hand at low
All are invited to give mo a call and see
that it is to their interest to buy for the
CASH and SAVE MONEY.
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Apr 12 tf 16
HE following PICTURES, in the la
test and most fashionable styles, can now
be. made at thc GALLERY over Mr. G.
L. Penn's Drug Store, viz:
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS, different
or Colored, in the most beautiful style,
by skillful and accomplish Artists.
LIFE SIZE PORTRAITS.-Colored in
Oil or Pastel, bv the best Artists.
COPIES made of Old Oil Paintings and
Fading Ambrotypcs,-and, if desired,
enlarged to any size,' and colored in Oil
All sizes of Photographs, Oil Paintings,
Engravings, fy?.t titled with neat Oval
and Square Gilt, Rosewood, Black Wal
nut orother Frames.
Old Oil Paintings cleansed, re-touched,
re-varnished, and when torn, patched,
and made almost as good as new.
Thankful for the liberal patronage here
tofore bestowed, I hope by renewed ef
forts and close application, to merit a
continuance of the same.
The Prices of all the above Pictures
will conform to the present scarcity of
Will have Specimen of Oil Paintings
and Porcelains in two weeks.
R. H. AIIMS.
Apr Li 4t Ul
MRS, X. BRI M CLARK'S
Fancy-; Goods Store,
251 BROAD STREET.
~\. OU will find the Fashionable Styles
of BONNETS and HATS, mudo of good
material, and sohl at low prices.
FLO WE RS, W lt EAT OS,
Sash and all other RIBBONS,
Lace and Linen COLLAKS,
BOWS, CRAPES, SILKS, VEILS,
FANS, H'D'K'FS, HOSIERY,
FRINGES, GIMPS, BUTTONS,
Lace SHAWLS, .
Tarban, Swiss and Book MUSLINS,
And all lither articles usually kept in
a Fancy Goods Store.
New Goods Received Tri-Weekly,
QUICK NALES AND .SMALL
The Ladies of Edgciield are invited to
call and examine.
Mrs. TV. BRUM CLARK,
AUGUSTA, C X.
Apr-12 . 2m IC
THE BEE HIVE.
EOS leave to inform his numerous
friends and custom ors that he has removed
to the capacious Store, No. 17?, Broad St.,
opposite the Augusta Hotel, where he
will continue the
DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
And hopes to merit a continuance of thc
patronage so liberally extended to him at
his old location. .
Frosh Supplies of Dry Goods will be
received by every Steamer, which will
be offered at the lowest prices.
Apr 12 tf 16
CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS
All Retail Orders Amounting to 820
and Over Delivered in any Part
of the Country
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
HA3VIILT0N EASTER & SONS.
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
In order the bettor to meet the wasts of their
Retail Customers at u distance, have establish
and will, upon application, promptly ?end by
mtii full linos of Samples of the Ncwwf and
most Fashionable Goods, of FRENCH, ENG
LISH and DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE,
guaranteeing at all times to cell a? low, If not
at?c??price?, than any house in tho country.
Buying our goods from the largest and most
celebrated manufacturers in the different parts
of Europe, and importing the same by Steam
ers diroot to Baltimore, our stock is at all
times supplied with tho novelties of the Lon
don and Paris markets.
As we buy and soil only for ca?h, and moke
no bad debt; wo are able and willing to sell
our goods at KBOU TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT.
LESS PROFIT than if wo gave credit.
/,i tending for samples specify the kind of
good? desired. Wo keep the best grades of
ovcry class of goods, from the lowest to the
Orders unaccompanied by the cash will be
sent C. 0. D.
PROMPT-PAYING WHOLESALE BUY
ERS are invited to inspect the Stock in our
Jobbing and P.ickage Department. Address
HAMILTON EASTER k SONS,
197, ISO, 201 and 203 West Baltimore St.,
Nov. 15 ly 47
CALL at SANDERS' DRUG STORE
and got Some fino ALE and ICE.
April 1? tf 17
Y. lidiar?s & Bros.
HAVE now in Store one of the most Superb Stocks of DRY GOODS they have
ever had the pleasure of otfering their Customers. And in regard to the prices, have
only to say that they buy their Goods for Cash, thus getting all the advantages in
purchasing that any house can get, and having had a successful experience in the
business for over twenty years, they feel that their slock is well suited to the wants
of consumera.' And selling, as they do, upon a Cash basis, they can give all the ad
vantages to tneir customers that any house can give, and much better than the houses
that buy on time and sell on credit, as such houses cannot buy so cheap, and losing
many debts for which they have to make out ol'those who buy of them for cash.
They will not attempt to enumerate their" Stock, but only mention a few leading articles
and prices. They now have DRESS GOODS, of all descriptions, from l'2hc to Ute
CALICOES, from 5c. to 12ic.
PERCALES, at lGc, 20c. and 25c.
The best BLACK ALPACAS at 25c. ever offered in any market, and from that
to the best.
PIQUES from 20c. to thc finest.
MOURNING GOODS, of all descriptions.
A superb assortment of BLACK SILKS, all grades, and von* cheap.
PLAIN, COLORED, STRIPED and CHECKED SILKS, iii great variety.
WHITE GOUDS, of all thc leading kinds and makes.
BLACK LLAMA and WHITE LACE POINTS; also, many other new stylo
BLACK SILK LACES, EMBROIDERED BANDS. FINE LACE COLLARS
HANDKERCHIEFS, ?cc, ic.
A great variety of NOTIONS, FANCY ARTICLES, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS,
FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS, <?c.
TABLE DAMASK, TOWELINGS, NAPKINS, MARSEILLES QUILTS, &c.
All the leading brands in BLEACHED GOODS, DOMESTICS, Linen and Cot
ton SHEETINGS, &c, &c.
Always on hand, a superior assortment of Goods suited to the wants of Gents
To all of which they respectfully invite the attention of their friends and custo
To those at a distance, they have to say that .they pay special attention to Orders,
and send samples by mail when requested.
They will also pay thc express freight on Goods, when ordered from their Stock at
retail, provided the amount ordered is $10 and ever, for Cash.
This they can well afford, as they fill tho order during leisure moments, which is
time saved, and to them is worth the freight they pay. and which they are willing to
allow the customer, thus plac ing the Goods at their Depot as Cheap as if they lived
in the city. In sending Good? in this way, the money can be paid on delivery.
Persons sending Orders, and trusting to the judgment of the firm to make selec
tions for them, may rest assured that their b-ist efforts will be used in trying to please,
and anything they"may select which does not come up to the requirements of the
order mav he returned, and the monev will be refunded. Give them a trial.
Y. RICHARDS & BROS.,
Corner hy the Plantors' Hotel.
Augusta, April 12, tf 16
A'ow on Hand and for Sale Low
1000 Ska. Fancy XXXX FLOUR,
800 " Family XXX "
."500 " Extra XX
500 " Superfine X
200 Bbls Extra Family
3000 Bush. CORN,
50 " Planting GROUND PEAS,
100 Boxes SOAP,
25 Bbls. WHISKEY.
Also a Choice Stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of SUGARS, COFFEES,
and EVERYTHING ELSE to be had in our Line.
It will be greatly to the interest of all tu give 113 a call, at 299 Broad St.,
F. E. STEVENS & CO.
Augusta, Apr 19 lm 17
MARKERT & CLISBY,
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints,
Saucy Ar tides, Toilet Seaps,
SEGARS, TOBACCO, WISES, LIQUORS, &c,
RESPECTFULLY announce that their Stock of^ DRUGS, MEDICINES
&c, is now complete. And inviting especial attention to their low figures,
will from this date furnish Goods at AUGUSTA PRICES.
^^Prescription* Carefully Confounded at all hours,
from Medicines warranted strictly pure.
April 5 . tf 15
IIWET?10! TH SIAM
M erchant T a i 1 o r
DEALER IN HEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
220 Hroac! Street, Angus;a, Ga,,
DESIRES to inform his friends, patrons and the public generally that he
has received and has now in store the best and most desirable .election of
Goods, which will be unequalled for extent., variety and novelty, and
which will be made up in the latest and most fashionable styles and best
workmanship, and at the most reasonable price:?.
Also, on hand a Full Stock Ready-Made Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, &c, &c.
AUGUST DORR, 220 Broad St.
Augusta, Mar 29 ot 14
W. H. BARRET. R. H. LAND. S. H. SHEPPARD.
BARRETT, LAND & CO.
GLASS AND DRUGGISTS' GLASSWARE,
291 Broad Street, Augusta, Cia.,
OFFER the following at lower figures than the same class of Goods can
be bought elsewhere :
S. & C. WOOD MATCHES,
BITTERS of all kinds,
Augusta, Feb 7 3m
W. ]:. POTASH.
Cone;? rfc au d LYE,
LINS 3ED OIL.
WHITE LEAD, COLORS, &c.
HIGHER EDUCATION. NAPES' SUPERPHOSPHATE.
Board and Tuition per annum, ?226.
DELLMUTH'S LADIES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated by H. R. H. Prince Arthur. Board and
Tuition ptr annum, $286. PRWIDEICT : The Very Rev.
I. Hellmuth. D. D., Dean of Huron. For Partidura
apply to Maj. Evana. London. Canada West. Iy39
THE DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LO? in
the Village of Edgefield, the late resi
dence of Mrs. Cnristie, and recently occupiod
by Capt. G. A. Darling. To an acceptable
tenant the price trill be reasonable. Apply
early to T. W. CARWILE.
Mar 15 Sf 12
THIS OLD and RELIABLE FERTI
LIZER is now ottered at reduced
prices, as follows :
On Time to 1st Nov., with Lion, 60,00
" " " for Cotton
at 15 Cents, 05,00
W. H. RRTJNSON, Agent.
Apr 13_lm . IC
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having Claims against
the Estate of D. M. GLOVER, de
ceased, are requested to give me notifica
tion of their respective claims prior to
the 1st July next, as tho heirs of the Es
tate desire to know tho indebtedness of
the Estate. C. B. GLOVER.
Apr 2<i 3t* lc)