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Terms, $3,00 per Annum.
Death of Dr. Benjamin vv. Waldo.
From the Newberry Herald of the 3rd
inst.-dewberry being his native District
-we learn of the death of our former
popular townsman,. Dr. BENJAMIN W.
WALDO. This sad event occurred on the
4th of April last, at Dr. WALDO'S home
in Ocala, Florida.
The Herald very truly says :-Thus
has passed away an accomplished gen
tleman, whose memory is very dear to a
large circle of friends in this State, and
his adopted home, Florida.
An Acceptable Appointment.
Gov. SCOTT has permitted Mr. P. A.
EICHELBERGER to resign his office as
Trial Justice, and appointed our old
townsman, Mr. N. RA MET, Sr., in his
A Brilliant Horticultural Triante.
Capt. LEWIS JONES, Dr. M. W. ABNEY,
and Mr. CHARLES CHEATHAM. Their
lots, you know, form a triangle; and
they all pay much attention to vegetables.
Mrs. JONES and Mrs. ABNEY have sent
ns Irish Potatoes-the Early Rose-of
most surprising size and beauty. In fact
we will not attempt to describe them, for
fear of being thought absolutely untruth,
fal. And now we call upon our friend,'
Mrs. CHEATHAM, to make diligent search
and send us some which shall, if posai
ble, eclipse those of ber neighbors. It is
not th ^ Potatoes we want, as we have
plenty (though not quite so large) at
home. It is in the interest of Horticul
ture that we speak.
Tennyson io Cheap Form.
Mr. JOHNNIE S. WILLIAMS, the active
and obliging News Agent on the C. C. <?
A. Railroad, has sent ns tho Poems and
Songs-everything, from first to last, ev
er written by the immortal singer-in
cheap pamphlet form. And besides this,
the book contains a cycle of Tennyson's
songs, set to music-and exquisitely done
too-by Arthur Sullivan, an English
composer of merit and 'sing fame. We
thank "Mr. WILLIAMS uufeignedly for so
A'aluable a present. This, and everything
elso in the way of new and popular books,
magazines, <fec., Ac, may bo had at any
timo from Mr. WILLIAMS.
Rolling About in Lordly Style.
Have you noticed the several new and
splendid "Vehicles that so often roll, in
such lordly style, through our streets?
Mr. GLOVER'S magnificent Phaeton, for
instance; or Dr. HILL'S graceful and
supple covered Buggy; or Mr. MAR
KEBT'S new Buggy, which wc have not
yet seen, but which is said to bea miracle
of beauty. Well, wo certainly have ntth
iog to do with this matter, except to won
der where all these glistening Vehicles
were bought. We suppose, however,
from JESSUP'S in Augusta, for in another
column JESSUP- announces "Great Re
auction in Prices at JESSUP'S Carriage
Repository." Intact, JESSUP'S whole ad
vertisement is richly worth the attention
of our peoplo generally. Not that JESSUP
li any stranger in Edgcfield. As one ol
tiie famous Arin of SHERMAN, JESSUP &
Co. he hus long been liberally patronized
by this section, but now, as JESSUP alone,
he offers unusual inducements. And
JESSUP does not sell Carriages, Buggiet
and Wagons only, but also anything and j
everything that was ever made, or ever j
can be made, out of Leather.
The Next Session ul Court.
Tho next session of the Court of Com
mon Pleas and Genend. Sessions for
Edgefieli District, commences at this
place on ihe first Monday in June. The
Grand Jury which served at the last
Term, wiU also serve at this, so they
may consider themselves as already duly
summoned. We mention this fact, as the
new Jury law may havo led to some
misapprehension in thc premises.
The Buckeye Mower and Reaper.
We caU the attention of aU planters
and farmers to the important advertise
ment of Mr. JOHN BONES MOORE, in an
other column. Go to the old stand o?
JNO. BONES <fc Co., in Augusta, and buy
a Buckeye Mower and Reaper.
Hints for Business Men.
To those of our business men, who are
complaining of tho dull times, we com
mend the following business hints,-the
words of a few of those who have amassed
fortunes by energy, enterprise, and a
judicious uso of Printer's Ink:
" Without advertising I should be a
poor man to-day."-H. T. HELMBOLD.
"My success is owing to my liberality
"Advertising has furnished me with
a competence."-AMOS LAWRENCE.
" I advertised my productions and made
"Constant and persistent advertising
is a sure prelude to wealth."-STEPHEN
" He who invests one dollar in business
should invest one dollar in advertising.
-A. T. STEW ABT.
P. T. BARNUM, the noted exhibitor,
ascribes his success in accumulating a
million of dollars in ten years to the un
limited use of printer's ink.
" A man who is liberal in advertising
is liberal in trade, and such a man suc
ceeds while his neighbor, with jus* a>
good goods, fails and drops out of mar
ket."- HOBAOE GREELEY.
par The Chronicle it Sentinel, of Tues
day, says :
"A fatal accident occurred in Ham-,
burg yesterday evening, between four
and five o'clock. It appears that a little
child, about seventeen months old) thc
son of Mr. Bradshaw, an employee in the
Hamburg brewer}', was playing in the
yard of the brewery. In tlic yard and
hear the spring a small barrel was set in
the ground and formed a little reservoir.
While no one was* watching him, the lit
tle fellow approached too hear the edge
of the barrel and fell in thc swater. Be
fore he could be rescued he died."
tgr One after another, the newspapers
are giving their testimony against put
ting on black as a sign of mourning.
The Pittsburgh United Presbyterian
siys: "A family will shroud itself in
black for years, as au expression of sor
row for one of ?Ls dead. That one may
be in heaven, rejoicing with joy unspeaka
ble, while relatives on earth arc moving
abont in heavy and sombre garment",
making their lives as gloomy as they
van, There is no fitness in the thing. It
in often a mere mockery of sorrow." It
also objpcits to the practice on the ground
of its oxpense to the poor,
Homo girls never will leam to re
strain the natural impulses of their na
ture. A minister was baptizing a girl at
Ripon., Wis., and when ho had sub
merged her and came out of the water,
ho asked her how sho felt in her mind.
Her answer was, "All hunky, only a
??""".* An Illinois mun is under arrest
for killing a friend in Texas. It is al
leged that after the murder he returned
to Illinois and married his victim's sis
ter, standing, at the very moment of the
?eVemony, in the boots lie had taken
from tho murdered man's feet.
fk%T A Kookuk woman has made ap
plication for a divorce from her husband
on the plea that he is an " infernal fool."
The husband, by contesting tho suit, has
pretty weU subsUintluTeS the charge. |
j3T A Lockport dqg._?Ot a needle fast
tn his tongue, and tho animal was cliloro
foruied in order that thftieedle might be
extricated. Tue s?rgjeaf operation was
a success,-but the chloroform killed tin
dog. . ~ - . >n?M9
'.??h-The Charlotte ; jgM^f jt?yif: We
sro Informed by f^er^^hit wheat witt
be ready iOL ?Ut lWsi?a*r; twenty days
earlier than heretofore. Tte crop bids ?
?UJ to be fine and abundant.
Local Items--Very Few.
Times are, va every respeci, dull beyond
precodent. Money has at last disappear
ed entirely from the face or the pocket
of the world. Neither death, nor victory,
nor the galvanic battery, could scare upa
cent. No one buys, and no one sells.
People have even ceased almost to marry,
or be given in marriage.
Some of our merchants aro stretching
fine awnings in front of their doors.
They are right Since sitting in quietude
seems*to be the prospect for the summer,
by all means let it be done with as much
comfort as possible.
Edgefield has a new Market House,
the old political platform in the Park,
i Some times it has been a Democratic
i platform, then Reform, then Radical*
Now it is only a platform upon which to
exhibit raw beef. Alas, how things, as
well as people, come down to baser pur
This is Tuesday afternoon, and several
of our citizens arc starting to the Rail
road, some to the Floral Fair in Augus
ta, others to the big Cock Fight in Co
On Friday next, occurs the Sunday
School pic-nic. It is to be held at the
Rev. J. W. Barr's Spring, four miles
out, and the pupils are to go thither in
wagons. A pleasant variety thus-from
the tedious celebrations of several years
past The young girls are to wear calico
dresses and sundowns, while tho young
men are not to don their Sunday clothes?
Young girls always look beautiful in
fresh calicoes and sundowns, but as for
the boys, do pray let them put on their
Sunday clothes as often as possible.
Not another item can we scare up !
We have poked our body fivo yards out
of our front window, and gazed evon
down into the bowels of the public square.
But like Sister Ann in "Blue Beard"'
we can see nothing.
Growing old In Honor and Usefulness.
Our highly esteemed contemporary the
Abbeville Pre?* <t Banner, has entered,
very lately, upon tbe Nineteenth year
of its existence. We send the Press &
Banner our kindest congratulations, and
honestly hope so brave, so dignified, and
so useful a paper may live thrice nine
teen years yet
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Southern Cultivator for Alar.
A most excellent number, full of plain,
practical, reliable original matter. The
numerous suggestions it contains, arc
prepared by practical, intelligent work
ing men, who know what thoy talk and
write about. Tho editors, whilst advo
cating progress, aro not visionary, but
conservativo practical men, who appre
ciate tho situation of the Southern far
mer, and are doing their best to bell)
him. We should be glad to seo the Cul
tivator in the hands of every reader of
the Advertiser, as tho impetus it would
give to agriculture would react favorably
upon our own business, and that of every
other man in the community.
Read the interesting letters of
" Ireneaus" from the South, which ap
pear weekly in tbe New York Observer,
published at 37 Park Row, New York
City. Sample copies sent free. Terms $3
per annum in advance. The " Observer
Year Book" is sent free to every sub
?St* A Boston paper is "in favor of
women voting if they want to." A Wes
tern paper " would like to see the man
who could make them vote if they didn't
Time Tests the Merits of all Things.
FOR THIRTY YEARS!
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
Has bren tested in evory variety of climate, and
bvaiino.it every nation known t<< Americans, lt ia
the almost constant companion and inestimable friend
of the missionary and the traveler, on ?ea and land,
and no one should travel on our LAXES or Ki vin?
it ia a (peedy and safe remedy for burnt, scald',
cut?, bruises, wounds and varioni other injuries, as
well as for dysentery, diarrhoea, and bowel com
plaints generally, and ls admirably suited for every
race.of men on thc face of the globe.
Be sure you call (br and get the genuine Pain
Killer, as many worthless .nostrums are attempted to
be sold on the great reputation of this valuable Medi
f3Br~D?reet?on? accompany each bottle.
fB"f*Price 25 cts., 50 els. ard $1.00 per bottle.
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALEBS. .
The theory that the virus of disease can bs safely
counteracted by doses of poison, it false and dange
rous. Within the last twenty-five years, not less
thin atore of virulent poisons have been added to
the repository of the medical profession. They are
given in small dose?, otherwise they would destroy
life immediately: but even In minuto quantities
they produce, ultimately, very disastrous eflt cts. I
ls on wise and unphilosophical to employ, as remedies
powerful and Insidious drugs, which, in subjugating
one diseaae, sow the seeds of another still more un
manageable. None of these terrible medicaments
np;rate with as much directness and certainty upon
the causea of disease aa Hotelier's Stomach Bitten,
a tonic and corrective uithout a tingle dtltttriout
ingrttlient in itt contpotitlon. Arsenic and quiuia
are given for intermittents; bromide of potassium for
nervous disorders; strychnine and prussic acid fur
general debility ; mercury, In various farms, for liver
complaint; preparations of chloroform and opium
for s'.eeples>uess; and yet these deadly drugs do not
pompare, as specifics for the diseatcs ubove enumera
ted, with that wholesome vegetable invigorant and
alterative, while they are all so pernicious thal it is
astonishing any physician should take tho responsi
bility of prescribing them. Let invalids, for meir
own sakes, try thu Biiters before they resort to the
poisons. The relief they will experience from a
course of the harmless .-peeirlc. will render a rocoursc
to the unsafe preparations referred to, quite un
EVERY ONE BIS OW DOCTOR.
? A private instructor for married persons or
those about to be married, both male and t?
male, in everything concerning the physiolo
gy and relations of our sexual system, and the
production and prevention of offspring, inclu
ding all the new discoveries never before piren
in tho Englith lnngoage, by WAI. YOUNO, Bi.
D. Thia is real y a rsv nable and interesting
work. It is written in pl iin language for the
general reader, and is illustrated with mime
rons entrravinjrs. All yuuug married peoplo,
or those contemplating raarriairo, and having
the least ?inpediment to married liff, should
read this book. It discloses ?cereta that every
one should be acquainted wiib, still it is a
book that uni't ho locked np and not li? about
thc house, lt will be scpt'o any adflrena on
receipt of 50 cts. Address DR. WM. YOUNO,
No. 416 Spruce Street, apoye Fourth, Phila
Nov. 24 ?ra 48
A Medicine ar old ns Time. For
aught we kno,w to the contrary, the Selt
zer Spring was bubbling anti sparkling
when Adam walkod with Eve in para
dise. Be that as it may, its sanitary prop
erties have never been surpassed by any
medicine of human invention. They
have, however, been embodied in.all
their native efficacy in
TARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT,
which is the chemical duplicate of the
Spa itself, and its effecting cures of dys
pepsia, biliousness, constipation, colic,
nervous debility, dropsy, rhemum?tism,
tte., q?tit? as rapid andas marvelous as
tir?se -attributed to tho famous Spring,
and which the laculfcy of Europe have
placed on record aA' among, the medical
miracles.of tba tige. . .
SOLD DY ALL DRUGGISTS,
May9 21 20
WHERE TO MT TIM !
Every Busines Person will Await that the Place to Buy Goods is Where
You.Can Get what Suiis You at the Lowest Prices!
Ii ADIE S OF EDGEFIELD,
McCabe, Costello I Daly,
Respectfully Solicit a Call at Their
318 Broad Street, Augusta, Cia.,
Where they are now opening a Stock of SUMMER DRY GOODS which for Com
pleteness of Assortment, Elegance, and Moderation of Price, will, we feel,' be.egual to
your highest anticipations. Our Buyer has just returned from the Northern Markets,
where he has beema great part of the Spring, and having rare experience (having been
for some years engaged as salesman in some of the largest' Importing Houses in thia
Country,) is well qualified to buy the RIGHT GOODS and at the RIGHT PRICES.
Without attempting to enumerate, we call special attention to the following
In BLACKS, from Lowest to Finest Makes. All the New SUMMER SHADES
solid Colors. New arid Choice Styles in STRIPES, PLAIDS, SEEDED, <tc.
From lOctsper yard upwards, embracing Everything New and Stylish. Iron framed
GRENADINE in Black, White and Brocaded, 3-4 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, <fcc.
Ladies, give us a call when you come to our City. We have the Goods.
We will cheerfully show them. We ask One Price. And are determined
not 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 the
Piece at Factory Prices. Samples sent by Mail. and orders faithfully exe
cuted. MCCABE, COSTELLO & DALY.
Augusta, Apr 19 _? _tf 17
Ho. 1, Park Row,
EDGEFIELD S. C.
I AM NOW RECEIVING ONE OF THE
LARGEST AND MOST VARIED STOCKS OF GOODS
EVER BROUGHT TO EDGEFIELD, And I can Boast that they are
Itlucli Cheaper than Any Brought to this Market
Since the War !
My Stock consists in part as follows :
Bleached and Brown SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS,'
42 Inch Pillow Case "COTTONS, '
7-8 SHIRTINGS, at only IO cts. per yard,
200 Pieces PRINTS, new and beautiful,
Brown Linen DRILLS and DUCKS for Men and Boys' wear,
Beautiful Linen COATINGS,
White Linen DRILLS and DUCKS,
CASSIMERE-, all prices,'
Bed TICKINGS, Cotton YARNS, Spool COTTONS, ?cc.
Handsome Dress Goods,
All the Latest Styles, Such as :
JAPANESE, Plain and Plaid POPLINS,
BAREGES and GRENADINES at 121 cte per yard,
Figured LAWNS at 12* cts per yard,
MOURNING GOODS at prices very low,
BOMBAZINES, Black and colored ALPACAS, ?c.
Jaconet MUSLINS at 12J cts per yard,
TARLATANS, Plain and Corded SWISS,
Plain and Striped NAINSOOKS,
Bishop and Victoria LAWNS,
Checked and Corded MUSLINS,
BRILLIANTS, and Birds Eye Diaper,
Gents" and Ladies' L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS, in great variety; very
A beautiful line of PIQUES and PIQUE TRIMMINGS,
Irish LINENS, all prices, from 25 cts to $1.00 per yard.
A full line GLOVES for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children, and HO
SIERY in endless variety, cheaper than ever.
Ladies, Misses and Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed HATS, all the
most fashionable s'.yles,
" The latest designs in GYPSIES, JOSEPHINES, Straw TRIMMINGS, &c
Gent's and Boys' HATS, a varied assortment, and very cheap.
SHOES ! SHOES
I make this a speciality in my business and would therefore advise all
who are in want of SHOES to call and examine my Stock before purchasing
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASS, TO, WILLOW AND WOOD
An extensive assortments each line, and all very cheap.
A general Stock always on hand, and at the lowest figures.
Chewing asl Smoking iVbaeeo, Segars,
All grades, and at reduced rates.
Toilet Soaps, Pomade, Extracts, the Very Best.
AU or the above Goods will he sold at a small ad
vance on first cost.
J&tF" Come one, Come all, and examine my Stock. I but ask that you,
come and see for vourselv .s.
0. F. OHEATHAM.
April 12 4t 16
m GRAHAM & CO.
"WlLL give strict attention to tho
STORAGE and SALE OF COTTON and
other PRODUCE on Commission.
And will make the usual ADVANCES
of PROVISIONS, <fcc., to Planters.
Consignments and Orders solicited.
Office, No. 5, McIntosh Street, opposite
Messrs. Jennings, Smith & Co.
Augusta, Apr 17, 187L
References in Edgffield, .-.-Gens. Bon,-.
hamt Dynovant' aii$ Butler.
Capt, ?.' N. BUTLER,'of Edgefield, te
associated with our Firm, and will repre
sent our House in Edgefiold and adjoin
Apr 26 . tf 18
Complete sets from $3 to ?20 per set.
All tho different kinds at reduced prices.
Of every description.
For ladies and gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GQQDS.
GUNS A Np PISTOLS OF
ALL KINDS ANO PRICES.
Good? shipped te 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.
P01LTNK?, TRIMBLE & CO.,
200 W. Baltimore Street,
' BALTIMORE, MD.
Apr 26_ ly_18_
THE Best Preparation in use fortaking
out all kinds of Grease Spots.
G, L. PENN'S DRUG STORE.
Apr 26 ,_tf fe 18
A SPEEDY and an effectual Remedy
Iced Soda water! XX for that alarming and often fatal dis
mi? Fount " "pen tor the 8-, .10, ???e H?""*'*
X ohMc?.^ pB?a sTopE I g G. L. PENN, gSi?g .
WELL BURNT BRICK.
AND Minons tb?m ?everal Thoniand? CIR
CULAR RRICKS )or Walling Well?,
-now ready for delivery.
W. W. ADAMS.
Mar? tf lt
l?o. 1, Harbert's Building.
I HAVE just received a NEW STOCK of DRY GOODS, N?TIONS,
&c, &c, consisting in part of *
JAPANESE, LENOES, LAWNS, MUSLINS, PIQUETS, CALICOES,
all beautiful designa.
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 Itfiwes HATS and GLOVES,
RIBBONS, Black Lace VEILS, Brown BAREGE,
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS, Ac.
- 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, Ac., &c.
HaTL will sell at prices to suit the times for Cash.
.8. H. MARGET.
Apr 26 tf 18
J. H. CHEATHAM
HAVING just Returned from New York, with a LARGE aid HAND
SOME Stock of DRY GOODS and SUNDRIES, All' Bran New
from the Largest to the Smallest Article, I now respect
fully offer the same to-, the Public of Edgefield, at PRI?ES- AS MODE
RATE aa c?n possibly be found elsewhere.
CALL AND SEE MY
FASHIONABLE BfilSS GOODS
They are iu every MATERIAL, every STYLE, every COLOR, every
PRICE. And besides Dress Goods,
FANS & FLOWERS, LINEN GOODS,
RIBBONS & LACES, WHITE GOODS,
SPRING SHAWLS, HOSIERY,
NOTIONS, CHIGNONS, &c.
A VERY LARGE, VARIED AND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES, HI AI CHILDREN'S SHOES.
You will find my Stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, SHIRTS, UNDER
VESTS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, fcc, entirely
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 i 4t 15
SPRING II SUMMER ILLIIMODS
WOULD Respectfully inform the Ladies of Edscfield that she has just received a
SECOND LARGE IpT OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY GOODS,
consisting in part of
Rich and Elegant PATTERN BONNETS,
Rich and Eh^aafc PATTERN HATS,
And another Lot of those HANDSOME LEGHORN HATS which are so much
called for. and could only be found, when tho Season opened, at this Establishment.
SASH RIBBONS of everv kind, and at vcrv low prices.
(JILT 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 Store of the kind South
171 BROAD STREET,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Apr 26 2ml8
Just Received Direct from-t}ie Manufacturera in Baltimore,-^'
..2 Cases &en*8%ay BRO?ANS, full stock, at $1,85.
2 ." Men's Calf SHOES,'only $2,50.
1 " Old La?ieB'Calf, Morocco and Cloth BUSKINS,
1 " Ladiea' CaJf Sewed BALMORALS, $2,00 to $2,50. .
1 " " ; ? pegged " " * $1,50 to $2,00.
1 - : tLasting Ramp GIPSE YS, very pretty.
.1. " Tipp?cf GI'PSEYS,
1 " Misses Peb'ed Grated POLKAS, a splendid article, .
Ladies' Morocco ?hd Kid SHOES, in gneat variety.
New Styles in.Ladiea and Misses SLIPPERS.
A full line- B?ya, 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. Shoes to give perfect satisfaction.
Juat received One Down GRAIN CRADLES, stocked and ready for use,
and marked ai low nWres. ' '
50 Doz. WEEDING HOES, very low for Cash..
O. F. CHEATHAM.
Apr 27 tf 18
Hew Spring & Summer
THE 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.
CAL?COES.all styles and prices,
English BAREGES and LENOES,.
JAPANESE CLOTHS, Plain Striped
TAMART1NE, White, Black and Col'd
White PIQUE CLOTH,
Blue, Pink and Buff LAWNS,
Black and Colored MUSLINS,
Jaconet, Swiss an J Nainsook MUS
LINS, Plain and Striped,
Ladies and Misses' HATS and SUN
DOWNS, Trimmed and Untrimmed,
RIBBONS, FLOWEBS, 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, Ac.
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 and Boy's Fashionable HATS, I
all styles, for Summer wear.
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 sec
that it is to their interest to buy for tho
CASH and SAVE MONEY.
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Apr 12 tf 16
A HE following PICTURES, in thc 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 thc most beautiful style,
bv skillful and accomplish Artists.
'LIFE SIZE PORTRAITS.-Colored in
Oil or Pastel, by the best Artists.
COPIES made of Old Oil Paintings and
Fading Ambrotypes,-and, it* desired,
enlarged to any size, and . colored in Oil |
AU sizes of Photographs, Oil Paintings,
Engravings, Ac, fitted 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 J
Will have Specimen of Oil Paintings
and Porcelains in two weeks.
u. H. urns.
Apr 13 4t 16
laney; Goods Store,
251 BROAD STREET,
. AUGUSTA, GA.,
Y*OU will find the Fashionable Styles
of BONNETS and HATS, made of good
material, and sold at low prices.
Sash and all other RIBBONS,
Lace and Linen COLLARS,
BOWS, CRAPES, SILKS, VEILS,
FANS, H'D'K'FS, HOSIERY,
FRINGES, GIMPS, BUTTONS,
Tarltan, Swiss and Book MUSLINS,
And all other articles usually kept in
a Fancy Goods Store.
New Goods Received Tri-Weekfy.
Q UICK SA LES A ND SM A LL
The Ladies of Edgefield are invited to
call and examine.
Mrs. IV. BRUM CLARK,
Apr 12 2m 16
THE BEE HIVE.
EGS leave to inform his humorous
friends and customers th at he has removed
to the capado ns .Store, No. 376, Broad St.,
opposite thc Augusta Hotel, where he
will continue thc
DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
And hopes to merit a continuance of thc
patronage so liberally extended to him at
his old location.
Fresh Supplies of Dry Goods will be
received by every Steamer, which will
bo offered at tho lowest prices.
Apr 12 . tf 16
CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS
All-Retail Orders Amounting to $20
nod Over Delivered in any Purl
ol* the Country
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
HAMILTON EASTER & SONS
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
In order the botter to meet the vants of their
Kemi! Customers at a distance, havo ostablinh
und will, upon application, promptly mid bg
mat full linos of Samples of tho Newer, and
most Fashionable Goods, of FBENCH, ENG
LISH and DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE,
guaranteeing at all times to sell as lou, if not
ht lea prices, than any house in the country.
Buying our goods from the largest and most
celebrated manufacturers in the diff?rent parts
of Europe, and importing the tame by Steam
ers direct to Baltimore, our stock is at all
times supplied with the nov?leles of the Lon
don and Paris markets.
Ai we buy and sell only for cash, and make
no bad debt?, we are able and willing to sell
our goods at FROH TEW TO FIFTEEN PER CENT.
LESS PBOFIT than if we gave credit.
In feuding for ?amples specify the kind of
goods desired. We keep tho beat grades of
every cla.-a of goods, from tho lowest to the
Ordere unaccompanied by the cash viii be
tent 0. 0. D.
PROMPT-PAYING WHOLESALE BUY
ERS are iaviud to inspect the Stock in our
Jobbing and Package Department. Address
HAMILTON EASTER k SONS,
197, IVO, 201 and 303 West Baltimore St.,
Nov. 15 ly _47_
CALL at SANDERS* DRUG STORE
and get Somo fine ALE and ICE.
April 19 tf 17
M?EKERT ? COSBY,
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints,
fa&cy Artieles, Toilet Soaps,
SEG?RS, TOBACCO, WIIVES, LIQUORS, &c,
ESPECTFULLY 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.
^-Prescriptions Carefully ^Compounded atnil hours,
from Medicines warranted strictly pure.
April 5 tr 15
Merchants and Planters
IVow OL? Hand and Cov Sale- Low
IOOO Ska. Fancy XXXX FLOUR, .
800 " Family XXX "
500 " Extra XX
500 " Superfine X
SOO Bbls Extra Family
.1000 Bush. CORN, "
50 " Planting GROUND PEA.1?,
100 Boxes SOAP,
.25 Bbls. WHISKEY.
Also a Choice Stock ol GROCERIES, Consisting of SUGARS. COFFEES
and EVERYTHING ELSE to be had in our Line. . ?
It will be greatly to the interest of all ro give us-a call, at 299 Broad Si.,
F. E. STEVENS & CO.
Augusta, Apr 19 lm " 17
SPPT?G AND ?UM MI: R^S?PP L i ?S7
M. O'D?WD, f.
283 Broad Street-, Augusta, Ga.,
AS NOW ON HAND n Full ami-Completo Stock of CHOICE FAMILY
GROCERIES and PLANTERS SUPPLIES, among which may be fourni
the following :
100 Hhds. BACON,
50 Bbls. LARD.
500 " FLOUR, all grades,
50 Hhds. SUGAR,
300 Sics. COFFEE,
300 Boxes SOAP, . .
200 " CANDLES, 1200 M; SEGAfiS, varions grades,
100 . "' STARCH, ! 150 Boxe? TOBACCO,
100 " SODA, j 200 Doz. BUCKETS,
5000 Bushels CORN," j 50 Doz BROOMS,
3000 . " " OATS, ! 50 Nests TUBS,
[ 10 Bbls. COGNAC BRANDY,
30 BM?. CORN WHISKEY,
100 " RYE WHISKEY,
IO " APPLE BRANDY,
20 " . GIN and RUM.
20 " SKERRY ? PORT WINE
500 Sacks SALT,
100 Cases LYE and POTASH,
50 Hhds. MOLASSES,
100 Bbls. SYRUP.
AH Good? will be sold Very Low. Give me a Call.
May 2 _'?_tf_ 19
Planters' Grocery House.
BAKER, MILLEE & CO..
Dealers in Produce,
267 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.}
KEEPING as usual a large and weil assorted Stock of CiiO?Ce Gro
ceries and Provisions, solicit a continuation of their Carolina friends'
HST During the Summer, those o? their Planting Customers requiring
time purchases, will be accommodated for Colton Factor's acceptances, paya
ble First November nexi.
May 2 2m 19
More New Goods.
I have this day received, in addition to mv 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 color?,
10 Dozen Ladies and Misses HOSE, a choice article,
50 " Coats'COTTON,
Also, another supnly Buff and White PIQUETS, fresh from New
York, and very beautiful.
J. H. CHEATHAM.
Apr 20_ tf_13
Wr. H. BARRET.
R. H. LAND.
S. H. SirsrftiBD.
BARRETT, LAND & CO.
GLASS AND DRUGGISTS' GLASSWARE,
' 29 il Broad Street, Acrasia, Ga.,
OFFER the following nt iower figures than be sarr
be bought elsewhere :
o class cf Goods cati
S. & C. WOOD MATCHES,
BITTERS of all kinds,
Augusta, Feb 7
Pv> ?v n. ? :
?ta-.it..: LYE, ?
LA Ri) OIL.
WHITE LEAD, COLORS, &c.
Board and Ttiition per annum,? ?2 G.
HELLMUTH'S LADIES' COLLEGE
Inauijnratod by H. R. H. Prince Arthur. Board and
Tultlun pi r annum, |28G. PREMDKNT: Thc Very Rev.
L Hellmuth. D. D., Dean nf nnron. F?r Purtlclare
apply to Maj. KVHD*. I.nndon. Cr.mi.In Wwi. ly?9
TUE DESIRABLE'HOUSE AXD LOT in
tho Village nf EdgefieiJ, the Into reri
deoeo of Mrs Christie, and recently occupied
by Capt Gt. A. Dirling. To un acceptable
tenant tho price trill be reasonable. Apply
oarly to '. T. W. CARWILK.
Mar 15 tf 12
rriHIS OLD and RELIABLE FERTI
JL LIZER is now ollered at reduced
prices, as follows:
On Time to 1st Nov., with Lien, 60,00
" " 41 for Cotton
at 15 Cents, 66,00
W. H. BRUNSON, Agent.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having Claims against
the Estate of D. M. GLOVER de
ceased, aro requested to give me ncufica
tion of their respective claims prior to
thc 1st July next, as the hoirs of tte Ei
tate desire to know .the indebtedness of
the Estate. C. B. GLOVER.
Apr 2? 3t? ig