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Terms, 93,00 per Annum.
io J I?? Drowned.
On Sunday last, a negro man, young
and stout, in attempting to swim across
Big Stevens' Creek near its mouth, was
seized with cramp, it is supposed, and
instantly, drowned,-no one bejnp at hand
to give him airy assistance.
Escape and Re-arrest of a Prisoner.
A mah, by the name of Hamilton,
lodged in our jail a few weeks ago-ar
rested on st charge of hcrse-stealing-cut
through the roof of the building on
Tuesday nighty and made his escape to
the woods. On Wednesday morning,
however, he was found near the village,
crippled and too badly hurt to travel. He
had injured himself quite severely innis
jump; or fall from the jail-tor. He is
agltin inprison, and will probably remain
there until sent to the Penitentiary. . j
Locality was the Canse of his
Gov. Scott continues to "go back" on
his scallawag brethren to an alarming
extent. And now JOHN C. HARRIS-the
venerable Heck-the puffed-up and im
aginary astute expounder of the law and
dispenser of legal justice (?) in the Pleas
ant Lane vicinity, has been " laid on the
shelf," and a gentleman, Mr. PHIL. B.
WATERS, on the Saluda side of the Dis
trict, appointed in his place.
HARRIS says the Governor writes him
that " locality" is the cause of bis over
throw. Very probable.
The Governor is a polite man, and care
ful of the feelings of his creatures. But
these creatures may as well understand,
at first as at last, that the indefinite and
ambiguous term "locality" means in
plain English, "Heck, you are not the
right man in the right place, and there
fore you must vamose the ranche."
A Lightning-Rod Alan.
Mr. G. E. DAVIS is now in our midst,
prepared to put up Lightning Rods to
any building. By reading his advertise
and calling in his services, you may
avert, perhaps, many a terrible calamity.
The Darlington Index.
This is the name of a new paper, of
which we have received the first number.
The Index is published at Darlington
C. H., on Thursday of each week, by
Messrs LILES & WESTBURY, both practi
cal printers. Terms of Subscription,
a year. The promises and aims of
tho Index are wiso and worthy. We
hope the Index andthe Advertiser will be
good friends from the beginniug to the
Father Dunwoody, of tho M. E.
Church South, who is over 75 rears old,
rode, on last Sunday, 14 miles on horse
back, preached an hour and administered
?iejsacrament. Helias beena most ex
emplary and faithful minister 53 years.
He lives near Havneville.
The Columbia Cock light.
The great chicken dispute- Newbury
and Columbia vs. Edgcficld and Augusta
-was decided on Thursday by thc vic
tory of tho former. Seventeen cocks
wet?- shown and fifteen matched. Th'.
battles wcro even-seven and sovou-but
thc Newberry chicken, which once be
fore decided a main, succeeded in placing
his opponent hors da combat. The tights
were for $100, and $1,000 to *750 on the
BANK OBOANI/ATION.- On Saturday
last, a national bank, under thc title of thu
National Bank of Newberry, with a capi
tal stock paid in of fifty thousand dollars,
was organized in this town, and the certi
ficates of ?tock forwarded to Washington.
Aa? ulcu?ti?*i^r..ofijcaiM..\Vul talio place OU
the 17th inst., and the bank will go into
operation about the first of July. The
business men of our town have long felt
the need of bank facilities, and that now
we are tc have the ail vantages and privi
leges of so necessary an institution, ail
will be glad to know. To Col. Pahner, of
Columbia, who was so largely instrumen
tal in its inception and organization, our
citizens feel greatly indebted.-Newberry
FOUL PLAY TOWARD A PUBLIC CiiAr.
A'.TER.-There a??i dark rumors that. t!.e
reoerit arrest of Major .Samuel Dickerson,
in New York, which excited so deep and
wide spread an indignation in this commu
nity, was a " put up job," or, in other
words, a conspiracy on the part of some of
the major's Radical associates here, who
were turning green with envy at his politi
cal and military prominence, and who
hoped in this way to have got him con
signed not onlv to the Toomba, but to Sing
Sing, with shaven pate, for a term ol
years. We are glad to be able to an
nounce, on good authority, that the villa
nous scLeme has failed. Sam solaced his
durance vile in the Toombs, with his
favorite pastime of draw poker, and is now
once more triumphantly at large.-Char
MUSICAL.-TAmong thc thousand and
one Pianos offered to the public, we scarce
ly know any instrument so fully' uniting
all tho desirable qualities sought for as
the Knabe Piano. The reputation of tlie
Knabe Pianos is ;m infallible guaranty of
excellence. In thc houses of the most
accomplished and wealthy of our citizens,
and in our best seminaries and colleges,
these magnificent instruments may be
lound. Nor is this any wouder, for, in pu
rity, depth and constancy of tone, they
are unsurpassed. Their gradation of scale
is so exquisitely, and, ut thc same time,
comprehensively attuned, that they an
capable of expressing every emotion ol
: be haman heart and soul. Their tone ii
exquisitely pure and unique, and so even.
?weet and sympathetic that it inspires all
who listen to it, while at the same time
?he action is perfectly iWe, and the keys
rebound to tim togch with such sensi
tiveness and intelligence, so to speak, as to
make one abupst tlank that (he mind of
the manufacturer Jinkers in his work.
No pRRAcunas to PE ADMITTED.
.Robert tfarnex, of Evansville, Indiana,
Reentry deceased, left by-his will $500,000
tor thc founding and endowment pf a col
,'ege, with tilt? proviso that no minister 01
M'Tgymm, or agent of any religious sect,
should ever be employed in such eolloao or
even admitted within its em-lo-mre.
A Stabborn Fact.
There is scarcely any disease in which
purgative medicines are not more or less
roqulrod, and much Kunming might bc
prevented were they more generally used.
No person can feel well while a costive
habit of body prevails ; besides it soon
generates serious diseases which might
have been avoided by a timely uso of
Cathartic Medicines. : - this purpose
DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER
PILLS are confidently recommended;
they are mild, safe, prompt t\u%\ uniform
in their action. Tho^ .ccntaiii'ii?M?rcu
- ; .P.cuoiisi?;ay i^niW'dfiiikasusual,
_\ any time,
PHOSPHATE of LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
THIS ARTICLK IS MANUFACTURED
by tho PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY at
Charleston, S. C , under tho Superintendence
of Dr. ST. JULIEN R?yjHfSL;
Wheo corpes'.^ *3'?$/*k weight nj
vr^. ^etd?\?tvyAtilt? hsre beep found fully
t?^Ual tu. the be#t. standard, fertilizers. Iff
economy mast commend it to the nutice of
planters, genersPy. ,.,
For sp?cifie directions for composting and
for supplias, apply to
J. N. ROBm
belling AzeiH, Chafiemon, S. C.
3. REESE ? CO., General Agents,
JUL. 23 80 fl
Ka-Klnx ia Newberry.
Special Telegram to tho News.
NEWBERRY, S. C., May 15.
Great excitement exists here. The Ku
Klux made an attack npen the county
commissioner, Simeon Young, on Sat
urday . night. He shot one badly, and
was himself shot in two places. His
wife and child were also wounded. The
wounded Ku-Klux is in jail, but it is be
lieved he will be taken out by his friends.
His name is Faulkner. Young and oth
ers have gone to Columbia. Federal
troops are expected .here.
For the Advertiser.
WARD'S TURN OUT, May 14,71.
MR. EDITOR: Will you be kind enough
to publish in your paper the arrival of
Mr. J. H. MCDEVITT, and how. long he
will remain in the bounds of Edgefield.
Please do this for tho accommodation of
the public. For there are many who
hove business of importance with him,
anxlyet they can not ascertain when he
will bo at home. I went up to see him on
Thursday, the 11th inst. He was absent,,
but I was told he expected to return that
evening. I could not possibly wait, for
I had a long ride to take over roads that
had just been drenched with torrents of
rain (and what was worse rain-drops
were oven falling then.) I was informed
ho would not be at home until Saturday,
13th inst. Promising to be there then, I
wended my way back over rough roads
and through the wind and rain Saturday.
I went according to appointment. But
lo! Mr. MCDEVITT was not yet at home.
He failed to come at the appointed time,
and consequently no one knew when to
expect him. Yet some thought he would
arrive that P. M. Should this have been
the case please let us know it through
your columns. And if he is not yet at
home, do advertise for his whereabouts.
For see him I must. My claims are ur
gent. You therefore will please comply
with my request.
[We are not posted as to Mr. MCDEV
ITT'S hours at home or hours.abroad ; but
for the information of " TEACHER" Ave
would state that he is now- at home, and
would advise her to call soon-if not
Time Tests thc Merits of all Things.
FOR THIRTY YEARS !
PEERY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
lins been tested in every variety of climate, and
by almost every nation known to Americans. Ills
the almost constan i companion and in?tirtmblc friend
of tlie missionary and the traveler, on sea and land,
aud no ouc should travel on our LAKES or-RivKRs
lt is a ?peedy and safe remedy for burns, scald'
cut*, bruises, wounds and various oilier injuries, as
well as for dysentery, diarrhoea, and bowel com
plaints generally, and is admirably suited for every
race of men cn "the face of ibo globe.
Ce sure you call for and ?et the genuine Pain
Killer, as many worthless ?ios?rum? ure attempted lo
be sold on the great reputation of this valuable Medi
tS^Directions accompany each bottle.
f3r7~Price 25 ct?., 5? ctn.-and ?l.o?i tier bottle.
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS.
Tho theory that the virus of disease can be safely
..ounlcrreted !?y doses of ??olson, is false and dange
rous. Wilkin iNc last twenty-five years, not less
than a sore of virulent poisons have been added lo
the repository of the medical profession. They are
given in small dose?, otherwise they would destroy
I life immediately: but even in minute quantities
they produce, ultimately, very disastrous eilt cts. I
is un wisc an-I uuphilosophical to employ, as remedies
powerful aud insidious drugs, which, in subjugating
one disease, sow tlie seeds of another still more un
manageable. None of these terrible medicaments
operate with as much directness and certainty upon
the causes of disease as H 'sletter's Stomach Bitters,
a louie and corrective vit'tout a single deleterious
Ingredient in UH attn position. Arsenic and quinta
are given for intermittents; bromide of potassium for
nervous disorders ; sirycliniuc and prussic acid for
general debility ; mercury, in various farms, for liver
;oruplaint; preparations of chloroform and opium
for sleeplessness; and yet these deadly drugs do not
compare, us specifics for thu diseases above enumera
ted, with that wholesome vegetable invigorate and
alterative, while they arc all so pernicious that it i,
astonishing any physician should take the responsi
bility of prescribing them. Let invalids, for. their
own sakes, try the Bitters before they resort to the
poisons. The relief they will experience from a
courue of thc harmless .peciflc, will render a recourse
to the unsafe preparativas referred to, quite un
KVEUT ONE DIS OWN DOCTOR.
.A private instructor for married persons or
those about to be married, both malo and fe
male, in everything concerning the physiolo
gy and relations of our sexual system, and the
I-roduction and prevention of offspring, inclu
ding -'.! ibo new discoveries never before given
in the English language, by WM. YOUNG, M.
D. Tb?? is really a valuable and interesting
work. It is written in plain language for the
general reader, und is illustrated with nume
rous engravings. All young married people,
or those contemplating marriage, and having
the least impediment to married life, should
read this book. It discloses secrets that every
nne should be acquainted with, still it is a
oook that must be locked up and not lie about
tbe house. It will be sentto any address on
receipt of 50 eta. Address DR. WM. YOUNG,
No. 416 Spruce Street, above Fourth, Phila
Nov. 24 Sui . 43
A Medicine RS old an Time. For
aught wp fcttOW to thc eontrarv, the Selt
zer Spring wa? bubbling and sparkling
when Adam walked with Eve in parn,
disc. Bc that as it may, its sanitary prop
erties have never been surpassed bv any
medicine of human invention. "They
have, however, been embodied in all
their native oihcaey in
TARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT.
which lu tho chemical duplicate of the
Spa ltMoli", and its effecting cures of dys
pepsin, biliousness, constipation, colic,
nervous debility, dropsy, rhenutmatlsm,
itc, quito tts rapid and as marvelous as
those attributed to the famous Spring,
and which tho laculty of Europe have
placed on record as among the medical
miracles of tlie age.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
May!) Jt 20
THE Law Firm of BUTLER <fc YOU
M ANS has beendissolved by mutuul
consent. ? "a'
M. C. PiUTLEK
L?ftOY, V.* YOUMANh".
M^,y;)i^> ?. h * \
ATTORNEY AT LAW,'
. '' Edgofi?ld, S. C.
IFOREWARN all persons from em
ploying Ned Garden (alias Ned Young
blood) who is under contract with me for
the year 1871, and has left my employ
without cause. I will certainly prosic.^te
any person in whose employ^ueuVTfind
."m. M. L^^n??LTZ.
Edgefield ?, 'ttut&ay\ WI. lt 20
-.T'-'M'.' ? . :-'?
SPEEDY and an effectual Remedy
-L for that alarming and often fatal dis
iease, and the best Remedy for Whooping
Cough .and Asthma. For aile bv
G. L. PENN^Dr^t,
Apr 20 . Ir 18
ALARGE Lot of VERY FINE HAIR
BRUSHES and COMBS.
MARKBRT 4 CLISBY.
Mar 28 tf li
WmU TO BUrTIM!
! Every Busines Person will Admit that the Place to Buy Goods is Where
You Can Get what Suits You at the Lowest Prices 1
LADIES OF EDGEFiELJD,
!McCabe, Costello & 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, wiU, we feel, be equal to
your highest anticipations. Our Buyer has just returned from the Northern Markets,
where he has been a great part of the Spring, and having rare experience (having been
for some yeara engaged as salesman in some of the largest Importing Houses m this
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 in
solid Colors. New and Choice Styles in STRIPES, PLAIDS, SEEDED, ?to.
From lOcts per vard 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, P?CHER 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.
McOABE, 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 faithfuDy. exe
cuted. MCCABE,' COSTELLO & DALY.
Augusta, Apr 19 _tf_17
GREAT RE?CTFO?T?PRICES AT-??
No. 225, Broad Street, Augusta, ?a.,
Adjoining Merchants' and Planters National Bank,
THE ATTENTION of the Citizens of Edgefield and vicinity is respect
fully invited to a Large Stock of Vehicles manufactured to my own order
by the best makers in the country, comprising
CARRIAGES, PILETOJS, BAR?ICHES, ROCKAWAYS,
DEPOT AND PEDLER'S WAGONS,
And a very full line of
O PEN J^JSTID TO !F BAGGIES.
Also, the Justly Celebrated
Jackson Plantation Wagon,
For One, Two, Four and Six Horses,-lu Thimble SI?Q?U and Iron Axles,
With and without Bodies-UNSURPASSED FOR DURABILITY and
LIGHTNESS OF DRAFT .'-Capacity Guaranteed ?-Warranted in Ma
terial aud Workmanship !-?QrThe Cheapest Wagon in any
Market !"KBa For sale by .
WM. C. JESSUP,
(Successor of SHER?T~ JEG?UP & CO N
Ko. 225 Bl'M?fl Street, Augusia, Ga.,
Adjoining .M?chants' & Planters National Bank.
^"Orders by mail Promptly executed. Carriages and Budgies, of every
description, made to order, at snort notice, and satisfaction- pledged
Augusta, May 9 Gfn ' 2fJ
. WM. C. JESSUP,. "
(Successor to Sherman, Jessup & Co.,)
No. 225, Broad Street, Auguste, Ga.,
Adjoining Weroh?mta A Planters N^;onal Bank. '
Manufacturer. I^orter and Dealer
SADDLES, HARNESS, PLANTATION GEAR,
Trunk's, Valise?:, Traveling Bags,
And Leather of Every Description.
Also, CALF SKINS, SHOE FINDINGS,"
SADDLERY HARDWARE, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
And RUBBER and LEATHER MACHINE BELTING of all widths from 1 to
&-STAU Goods at lowest market Ates. Orders carefullv and promptly executed.
May 7 Gin 20
I AM Agent for tho CELEBRATED
Buckeye Mower and Reaper,
Which is tho best Machine of its kind
now in use.
I havo also for sale THRESHING
MACHINES, FAN MILLS, GRAIN
CRADLES, ROTARY HARROWS, and
a variety of STRAW CUTTERS, CORN
SHELLERS, together with thc DICK
SON STEEL SWEEP and other superior
JOHN BONKS MOORE;,
At tho old stinul of JNO, BA^.^S <X. ?O..
185 P^YCw.?l ?3??, Augusta)'Ga.
May? -v.... Jyii2()
Notice for Discharge.
ON SATURDAY, the 17th June, 1871,
the Undersigned, as Administrator
on the Estate of EDWIN 1 H.1 ADDY,
dfee'd., will make a Final Settlement on
the Estato of said deceased, in the office
of the Probate Judge for Edgefield Coan
tv. And nt tho same time" Mfr, apply for.
Iiis Discharge as said Administrator.
Debtors and Creditors of the Estate vfl-jj
'taka due notice.
MICHAEL KSiyttciON, Ad'or.
May 9 " ' 5? '
WELL BURNT BRICK
-now ready ?07
ND amoDg thom ?everi>,\ TaousandH CIR
CULAR RRICK* iur Walling Wolli,
[will furnish good WOOD to the peo
ple of Edgefield on short notice, ajftd,
at low rates for cash.
J, D. WJLL?AMS.
M*y9 2t " 20
. SPRING TRADE.
Complete sets from ?3 to $20 per set.
All the different kinds at reduced prices.
. FISHING TACKLE.
Of every description.
For Indies and gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS.
GUNS AND PISTOLS OF
ALL I&SNR5 AND PRICES.
SPORTSMEN 'S GOODS.
Goods shipped to nr.y part of tho coun
try per'Express. Tho same careful atten
tion given to orders by mail as to poreo
nal purchases. Prices for our goods
based on gold at par.
POILTXEY, TRIMBLE & CO.,
200 W. Baltimore Street,
GRAHAM & CO.
A VGUSVA,. GA,,.
]?lhh give strict attention! to. th?
" JRAGE and SALE OF COTTON ant
other PRODUCE on Commission.
And will in uko.the.usual ADVANCE!:
of PROVISIONS, <fce.? to Planters,
Consignmpnte and Orders solicited.
Quice, No..r>, McIntosh Street, opposite
Messrs. Jennings, Smith <fe Co.
Augusta, Apr 17,1871.
Referent** in Edgefield .--Gens. Bon
ham, DAjnovant and Butler.
Capt. O. N. BUTLER, of Edgefield, ii
associated with our Firm, and W}11 repre
sent our House In Edgefield and adjoin
ing Counties* ?
Apr 2ft tf 18
??o. 1, M?rkerfs
I HAVE jost received a^-NEVT STOCK of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
&c., &c., consisting in part of
JAPANESE, LENOES, LAWNS, MUSLINS, PIQUETS, CALICOES,
dil beautiful designs.
Bleached a*d-Brown HOMESPUN, Checked HOMESPUN,
Green, Blue and Brown GINGHAMS, Paper CAMBRIC,
CORSETS, . Corset Steels and Laces,
HOSIERY, NEEDLES,- THREAD, assorted,
SPOOL SILK! all colora.' !
Ladies and Misses HATS, and GLOVES,
RIBBONS, Black Lace VExLSj ?Brown BAREGE, .
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS, &c.
Ladies and Misses SHOES and Congress WALTERS, J
Stout SHOES for Women, and a good supply BROGANS, full-Btock.
CROCKERY, . GLASSWARE, TIN WARE, '
SUGAR, COFFEE, SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH, Ac, &c.
teri will sell at prices to suit the times for Cash.
S. H. HANGET.
Apr'26 ; tf. i iii ', 18
J. H. CHEATHAM
HAVING just Returned from New York, with a LARGE and HAND
SOME Stock >of DEY 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 as can pos?bly be found elsewhere.
CALL AND SEE MT.
FASHIONABLE DfilSS 600B!
They are in ever/ MATERIAL, every STYLE, every COLOR, every
PRICE. And besides Dress Goods,
FANS & FLOWERS, LINEN GOODS,
RIBBONS Sc LACES, WHITE GOODS,
SPRING SHAWLS, HOSIERY,
NOTIONS, CHIGNONS, &c.
A VERY LARGE, VARIEP AND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF
WW MISSES ? CHILDREN'S SHOES.
You will fini my Stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, SHIRTS, UNDER
VESTS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, entirely
SUGARS AND COFFEES, ALL GRADES.
The Continued Patronage of the Public is respect
fully solicited, while fair, prompt 4and honorable deal
ing is guarantied.
J. H. CHEATHAM,
At Sullivan's Old Stand.
April 5 4t . lo
MARKERT & CLISBY,
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints,
?aaey Articles, Toilet Soaps,
SEGARS, TOBACCO, WINES, 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.
^-Prescriptions Carefully ".Compounded at all hours,
from Medicines warranted strictly pure.
April 5 tf 15
WOULD. Respectfulrvinform the^ftadies of Edgefield that she has just" received i
SEC 0ND LARGE, L?? OF SPRING' AND SUMMER MILLINERY GOODS
consisting in part of- , . ,
Rjch and ElegaBVPATTERfcT BONNETS,
Rich and EleganYPATTERN HATS,
And another Lot of those HANDSOME LEGHORN HATS which are so mud
called for, and could only be found, when the Season opened, at this Establishment.
SASH* RIBBONS-of ?very kind, ind at verv low-prices. 5 ? .
- GILT-arid. JET/JSw?tBY;:Lace COLLARS, . A
Anda.few of th(j5?|iylish GILT. FANS, so very fashionable at present. ?
' C all ind ?xa^e tiewbds to' be fionna1 in this the Largest Store of the kind Soutl
171 BROAD STREET,
? . ' UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
' A?GUSTA? GA.
Apr2? ... . g, 1 " 2ml8
a sillona bl? ?loti
A. T. GRAY,
220 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
Has Received, and is ready to show the publie
IN" FUSTE AND MEDIUM GRADES.
Also, a very well selected ?sr?rtment of
Gents' Furnishing Goods!
In drawing^attention*to the above, 1 desire to assure those who have dealt
wi tn me, and those who -have not, that I will sell as low as any one, and
misrepresent nothing. Every one is invited to examine my Goods before
A. T. GRAY,
Opposite Masonic Hall,
N AUGUSTA, GA.
May 2 2m 19
Spriag and Summe? ?imoimeemest
Broad Street, Augusta, (ia.;
i?'t!?/?jARK?f BROTHER* have much picas ure in informing
their Patrons, Friends and Residents of Edgefield and surrounding Country
of the Iiav#C and Extensive A?v?Vttfc which the?; have received in
Every f?epartmen? of their Establishment for tho*Coming Season.
These Go :ds, amounting to many Thousands ol'Dollars, haye been pur
chased by their RESIDENT BUYER in New' Yorh, with every advartag?
that could be possibly attained.
They have been selected with the utmost care ami discretion In tho
Firsi Importing W.mi*ex in that City.
They have been bought for Pa'QJS?i??'Ca?jk ilo?VJ:, thus saving thom
Large an?? Heavy J$?$?<C>*22H?*, and the Designs and Styles are o:
the Latest and most approved Patterns.
Every Department ot their Store is replete with Every requisite and they
respectfully request a call from visitors to Augusta, 'feeling assured that
they will give Every Satisfaction.
To the WtioSesnle Trade, they oiler every facility for Cash ;
and Country Merchants will find it tu iheir advantage" to examine their
Stock before purchasing e!>.p where, ' .
Drv Goods Merchants?
May 2 3m IV
SPRING AND SUR?MES,
Clothing: Emporium ?
W. A. RAMSEY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
GENTS' A 1ST D BOYS
MANUFACTURED expr- ssh- tor me in Now York City, and designed nspccinlly
for this market, by those celebrated Clothiers, Jas. Wilde, .lr.. & < V. Chas. R. Peet ?i:
Co., and Brokaw'Brothers. ;; . : ,..*...' . e . .
My Stock is thc largest and mest vaned I have ever offered in the ruy of Augusta,
embracing all Fashionable Styles of
Gents' Ready-Made Clothing and Boys' Suits.
Also, HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS, ?c.
I would call especial attention to the celebrated GUANA* A UMBRELLA, the best
.ever introduced in America, of which I am the only Agent m this market.
Having even- facility to procure Goods from hrst hands, 1 will ai ail times keep the
best of Goods, at the lowest prices. It will afford mo great picture io show my Stock
tovisltora- W. A. RAMSAY,
Old Insurance Block Baldina, Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA
Augusta, May 2_^^^^J.^
(Formerly C. A. Platt & Co.,)
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Maple and Walnut Bedsteads,
95 to 910!
WE particularlv call the attention of
purchasers tb our SOLID WAL
NUT CHAMBER SUITS for Beauty,
Durability- and Cheapness.
Our MANUFACTURING DEPART
MENT is still in operation. Spec;.' or
ders will 1 3 promptly attended to. Re
pairs done in all its branches.
Hair Cloth. Enameled Cloth, Reps,
Terry and Springs, and all articles suita
ble for Manufacturers, we offer at Low
Prices. , .
Augusta, May 2 . ly 19
MILLINER! & FANCY GOODS.
Spring and Summer Styles
MRS M. TWEEDY
JTAKES greatpleasure in informing the
Ladies of Edgefield and vicinity that she
has iust returned from New A ork with
an ?l?gant Stock of MILLINERY and
FANCY GOODS, embracing all the NOV
ELTIES OF THE SEASON, to which
she invites their special attention...
Additions will. be made to the Stock
weekly of all the Novelties as they ap
AT 215 BROAD STREET,
Opposite Central Hotel,
Apr 5 16
WOPEEB 6RA? & CO.
E.r. - Aow in Store a Full Line
Spring and Summer Goods,
Which they will Sell at the
Lowe-, : Pricers ?br Cas?i !
Have Ju . Receive?:!;an Extensive Lhicof
From 7-> Cis. to $1,50 per Yard.!
Also, a Beautiful Assortment'of
AU Colors and Latest Styles.
Christopher Gray & Co.
242 BROAD STREET.
Apr 19 lm 17
Buchau*? Carbolic Disinfecting,
INVALUABLE for Washing Horses
Cattle, Dogs, and other domestic ani
mals, for sale at
O. L. PENN'S DRUG STO *.E.
Apr 26 tf 18
& I) A A D A Y in very b?i burnie* erer otftred
$ L\J ?f??% For particulars uddreta, with ?amp,
MOOBK & Co., Ill 8d St, LOUJBYIIICJ Ky.
New Spring & Snmmen
THE'SU bscribcr has j ust returned from
Charleston, and has now* in Storo the fol
lowing Goods, which he will Bell at the
lowest price for CASH; ONLY.
CALlCOES.all stylos 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 and Nainsook MUS
LINS. Plain and Striped,
Ladies and Misses' HATS and SUN
DOWNS, Trimmed and Untrimmed,
RIBBONS. PLOWEBS, ROUCHES,
Lace and Linen COLLARS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
NOTIONS of all kinds,
Ladies and Misses* White and Colored
Ladies and Misses1 H'D'K'FS, all styles
Irish LINENS, Linen TOWELS, !
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEET
PILLOW CASE Goods,
Bed TICKINGS, Ac, <fec.
Men and Boys' Wear.
- CASSIMERES, CASHMARETS,
TWEEDS, JEANS, .
Linen DRILLS, DUCKS and COA
L. C. H'D'K'FS, in groat variety, ??
Men's and Boys' HALF HOSE,
Mon's and Boy's Fashionable HATS,
aU 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, &c.
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
THE 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 stvle,
bv skillful and aooompllsh Artists. " '
'LIFE SIZE PORTRAITS.-Colored in
Oil or Pastel, by the best Artists.
COPIES made of.Old Oil Paintings and
Fading Ambrotypes,-and, if desired,
enlarged to any size, and colored in Oil
All sizes of Photographs. Oil Paintings,
Engravings, etc., fitted "with neat Oval
and Square Gilt, Rosewood. Black Wal
nut orothpr Frame?,
Old Oil Paintings cleansed, re-touched,
^varnished, and when torn, patched,
und mado 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. .
ii. H. MI JUS.
APT Vd 4t . 16
laney - Ctoofo Ste?o,
351 ? JIP A JJ WllSfiT.
Y- " .
. ^ J will find the Fashionable Styles
of BONNETS and HATS, made ot' good
material, and sold at low prices.
?ash and all other RIBBONS,
Lace and Linen COLLARS,
BOWS, CRAPES, SILKS, VEILS,
FANS, H'D'K'FS, HOSIERY,
FR?NGES, GIMPS, BUTTONS,
Turltan, Swiss and Book MUSLINS,
And all other- articles usually kept in
a Faney Goods Store.
New Goods Keccived TrMVeckly.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL
Tho Ladies of Edgeneld are invited to
call and examine.
Mrs. Iff. CLARK,
Apr 12 2m 16
THE BEE HIVE.
EGS leave to inform his numerous
friends and customers that he has removed
to the capacious Store, No. 176, Broad St.,
opposite the Augusta Hotel, where he
will continue the
DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
And hopes to merit a continuance of the
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 the lowest prices.
Apr 12 tf 16
CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS
All Retail Orders Amounting to 920
and Over Delivered in any Part
of the Country
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
HAMILTON EASTER & SONS
OP BALTIMORE, MD.,
In order the bettor to meet tho wants of thei:
Retail Customers at a distance, have establish
and will, upon application, promptly ?end h.
mai fall UDOS of Samples of the Ncwe.'t an!
most Fashionable Goods, of FRENCH, ENG
LISH and DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE
guaranteeing at all times to soil as low, if no
nt less price', than any house in the oountry.
Buying our goods from the largest and mot
celebrated manufacturo? .in the different part
of Europe) and importing the same by Steam
ets direct to Baltimore, our stock is at al
tunes supplied with the novelties of the Lon
don and Paris markets.
Aa we buy and sell only for cash, and mal
no bad debts, we are able and willing to se!
our goods at FROM TBH TO FIFTEEN PUB CE.NI
LESS PROFIT than if we gave credit..
In sending for samples specify the kind c
goods desired. We keep the best grades c
every clase of goods, from the lowest to th
Orders unaccompanied by thc cash aili I
sent C. O.D.
PROMPT-PATING WHOLESALE BU?
ERS are invited to inspect tho Stock in oe
Jobbing and Package Department. Address
HAMILTON EASTER 4 S0N8,
197? 199, 201 and 308 Went Baltimore BL,
Nov. I* ly it