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ED GE FIELD, S. C., MARCH 2, 1871.
Our To-Day's Supplement.
Wo call the attention of our readers to our Sup
plement accompanying this issue in reference to
thc " Caroliua Fertilizer," and other fertilizers
on yale by tho thoroughly reliable House of GEO.
W. WILLIAMS A Co., of Charleston. They are
undoubtedly offering inducements to planters,
and inducements such as our planting friends
will hazard but little ia taking advantage of.
Bead tho Supplement
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Arrest of Suspected Parties.
On Saturday last, three negroes, two men and
ono woman, were brought to .his place, by Capt.
CHAS. V. HAMILTON, of the Bauknight's-Ferry
section, and lodged in jail. Their names' are
Houston Abney, Ellen P1 ney, his wife, and Thom
as Perry. They are suspocted of the murder of
thc Rev. Mr. HARRHOX, which took pince on Sa
luda three or four weeks Nack. It is reported,
in fact that Capt. HAMILTOX, by adroit manage
ment and questioning, has drawn from them a
confession of their guilt
Many .friends of Maj. Tnos. W, WOODWARD, of
Winnsboro, S. C.. were pleased to meet him in
our village last wf?k.
Maj. WOODWARD, ono of the vice-Presidents
of our State Agricultural Society, was returning
from Macon, where he had been ns a Delegate
from our State to the Agricultural Congress of
Maj. WOODWARD has given mnch of his time
to develop thc resources of our State and to ad
It gives us great pleasure to have him amongst
us. He was the guest of Gen. GARV.
A Charmin? Programme.
We have beforo us a Programme of tho " Hor
ticultural Exhibition of the Cotton States Me
chanics' and Agricultural Fair Association," to
be held under the auspices of the Association, on
their beautiful grounds in tho city of Augusta,
on Wednesday and Thursday, May 10th and 11th,
This exhibition will be a paradise of Fruit?,
Flowers and Vegetables. And there will be none
"? tho hurly-burly and jitn-jam of tho crowded
fall exhibitions. Wo earnestly hopo to be able
to attend. As we have often said before, "Imag
ine Bcrckmans' glories on this occasion !" And
apropos of l?erckmans, wa seo in his Catalogue
Ibr 1S71, that he has named a new and splendid
double Petunia, " Mrs. Picken?," in compliment
to our beautiful and distinguished townswoman.
An Important Enterprise.
The Charleston Newt says General M. C. BUT
LER and General M. W. GARY, at Edgeficld, and
Mr. JOILN CHADViCC, of Charleston, have asso
ciated themselves togother in a general land and
immigration business, the object of which is
have agents in Europe, who will furnish by cir
cular all tho necessary information required by
emigrants, as regards climate, soil, cheapness
of land, ?bc, in South Carolina. The plan al;
contemplates advances for passago to this Seite
of emigrants who cannot help themselves,
their sustenance for tho firs! year in their
homes. Ry this plan it is believed that thousands
of (mall farmer?, with their families, will, before
very long, bc arriving to occupy lands now lying
idle in immense tracts, .ind eating up the owners
by the payment of taxes.
The principal office of the agency will be
Charleston, with branch offices in the different
counties of tho State. At these offices register:
will be opened for the recording of lands for ?ale.
Items of Interest.
The famous Timotbly Harley, head of the Char
leston delegation in tho II >use of Representa
tives, is engaged in an enterprise of considerable
importance to Columbia. He has purchased
four acre lot, known as tho Preston lot, and hns
in process of erection upon i: thirty-two cottar:
be-uses, each containing fouv rooms below and two
above. This section of tho city is to bo called
" Hurlcyville." Abd it is further said that this
same Iiurley and Gen. Dennis have purchased
thc " Kinsler" lwt on Arsenal Hill, where they
propose to erect a like number of tenement
On Monday last, in Columbia, the comer stone
of a Monument to Randolth thc negro who was
shot at Hodges' Depot, was l.iid. Tho relativ
friends and acquaintances ; the civic and military
organizations of tho State; tho General Assem
bly ; tho Executive Department; and tho citizens
generally, were all invited to be present.
At a largo anil brilliant Radical bull in Colum
bia on Washington's birth-day, not a singlo ne
gro was present. A significant fact, in a place
where rieh, showy and influential negroes most do
S. E. Gaillard, the noininco of thc Republican
Convention, has been declared elected Sc?.itor
from Charleston by a majority of about twenty
five votes T but Daddy Cain, who wanted thc
place, protests against thc counling of the While
. '.il: poll, as tho ballot-box lhere, ho assert*, had
bet ii tampered with.
Crucifying Their Lord for Honey!
f'.i Governor .Scott's testimony to thu (.'.-ltnmit
tco appointed to investigate the afluir? of the
l:luo Ridge Railroad Company, hi* Excellency
charges thc last Legislature with very villanous
practices. And since ono of his charges is equal
ly applicable to the pr?tent Legislature, we re
produce it hero. Ho says :
'.' I know of the fact, or have been told so by a
hundred different person?, that money had been
paid to get a certain report through at the Ust
session. I want to say : Do yon suppose that if
our Saviour .would come here with a bill ever S"
.;. od, and want to get it 'brough, or it Was
thought beat to gel up n committee to investigate
him, do yon snpposo he wouldn't be crucified
again if bc didn't pay Seiselbiug to prevent it?"
And we might ai well add that tb? scheine for
building the Dlue Ridge Road is dead ; killed by
the very legislative bando that should have fo?.
tcrcd and protect* d ii. A writer from Collin,.da
to tho Ci.arie.-:?.n Gunner, speaking of the Blue
Ri ?ge schema, says :
in years to come, ?hen tho administration of
thc S ito G ivcrnmont returns to where it proper
ly halon irs-thc taSrpayera-it may be revived,
but ?it prc ont if i* dead. (?en. Harrison, the
President, bia:? el I says that the v;.luo of thc
i,.;: bari b< .:> entirely destroyed, and even the
!i an I ere Ht of th? State pledged for their rc
dcntP i cannot attach a value to them. T' vc
is no hope for tho grand ol ! project savo in ?..aie.
We regret to learn the death of Mr.
WM. A. REPO, a printer by profession,-a gentle
man in ail that constitutes true worth and ex
cellenco of character-and a friend ever wann,
impulsive an! confiding. Wo knew him well,
and*nlway-! fotin 1 him one of nature's noblemen
_?An honest man, thc noblest woik of God."
The Cbn*tittUioHu!Ut of the 21th, says :
Yesterday morning, W. A. Refo, a native of
Au"usta, and weil known in she Stato as an hon
orable member of tho typographic fraternity,
died of consumption, at his residence in this city.
The disease to which tho deceased fell a victim
had bean preying upon ..is vitals for a number of
years. He will be mourned, wherever known, as
a true and honored member of tho craft and a
generous friend whn?o henri ever puUatud rc
eponsivo ta tue emotions controlling a noble na
ture. Peace to his ashes.
Horn! Carolinian for March.
Ever frosh, ever vigorous, wc greet The Rural
Carolinian each month, as one of the pleasantest
and most profitable of cur Agricultural exchange?.
** The Marlborough Times."
Such is the title of a neat and well conducted
weekiy, publishod at Bennettsville, S. C., by J.
WESLEY SMITH, Esq., Editor and Proprioter. Tho
7Y?es promises to become an interesting journal,
and will doubtless prove a sucecss. We gladly
place tho Timet on our oxchango'list, and extend
to Mr. SMITU a hearty welcome into the ranks of
thc Editorial fraternity.
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Fnrther Reduction in Prices.
There has been a further reduction of 810 per
ton in the price of tho Etiwan Guano. Seo ad
vortibcmont on another column, and Bond on your
orders. . .
.Hui tum lu rarvo !
Our village merchants illuminate tho Advert?s
:his week with thoir names, their doings, ai
Mr. PENS appears as a Rat-Poisoner and Cto'
Exterminator, to 3ay nothing of Morphine, Lin
Dr. SANDERS appears with a heavy Grope
aspect, and literally canses tho public mouth
water. Ho is also a Lubricator of Sewing M
W. H. BRUNSON flings out a banner upon whi
:ill mannors of Now Goods aro inscribed. Tb
are literally new, for wo saw them unpacked, or
2 days ago. They aro to bc given away, wi
utter contempt of money aud of price.
The CHEATHAMS, like Abraham and Laban,,
some of those old-time peoplo, have concluded
go each his own way. OSCAR goes to the loft, a
TOBY to tho right, whilo CHARLIE disappears ?
tirely from mercantilo vision. Soe what they s
for themselves. TOBY will leave for New Yo
in a few days to bring back all tho treasures
utility and all the charms and graces of fashic
Mr. SAMS' ne^list embraces what a well knoi
old citizen of these parts, now departed, used
call " a moriaty"-and a tompting "moriety"
that ! Everything we believe that is usually eat
by man, beast, fowl or creeping thing. And 1
sides all this, Mr. SAMS is a just man mado pt
And last but not least, MARKERI <fc CLISI
Note them in anothor column. They swell li
tho waves of the sea, and will not be restrain
in their onward course. Remember that " E
celsior" is their motto. Physicians, listen
them ! Plantors, givo them heed ! Eators
Good Things, rush in upon then ! Imbibers
Divine Fluids, RO and livo with them permanei
ly ! Ladies, especially the young and beautif
go and do likewise. But no ! we did'nt me
that of course. We meant, go and feast yo
eyes upon their blazing miracle of a Show Ca
One to IIonor--Six to Infamy.
In another$nrt of this week's Advertiser,'
have spoken of the infamous Greenville Railro
Bill now before the General Assembly. This h
came up before the House on Saturday last, ai
was passed by a vote of 77 to ?3. Of tho Edg
Geld delegation, six voted for this measuro whi
so unmistakably carries on its fuce the broad se
of the thief. Their names aro Harris, Cain, Ri
ers, Lee, Green, and Kennedy. Their constit
ents should not allow such dishonost acts to |
unpunished. The price of a vote for tho Grce
ville Railroad swindle was at ono time $200.
Thc one man from Edgefield who voted agair,
this bill was Dr. JOHN BARKER. He is minus t!
lucre, but he deserves honor.
This bill will very probably be killed in tl
Senate. And if passed in the Senate, it will e
countor an Executivo veto. And in tho last e:
trcmity, an appeal to the Courts.
Preachers and Barns.
Every man (says tho Duo West A. R. Presb;
terian,) has his standard of oxcellonco-a stai
dard by "Lieh he weighs tho valuo of men ar
I things. Some men are a little peculiar in the
notions. Gov. Scott, of South Carolina, seen
to be a little different from some other men i
sivcral rtspects. Here is an . instance of it:
few weeks ago a Methodist minister of good n
pute was secretly murdered in Edgefield, whi
sitting at his own fire, hi his own house, an
Gov. Scott, in order that justico might bc don
offers a reward of Three Hundred Dollars for tl
apprehension of tho guilty party. About tl
same time a certain gentleman had his gin hous
burned in Newberry, and tho Govornor, in tb
exercise of his gubernatorial functions, oilers
reward of Five Hundred Dollars Tor tho appn
bensioa of tho perpetrators ! A poor Methodic
?.reacher is worth $300, but a gin house is wort
?500 ! ! Well, it is probable that the Governc
thinks that picachors uro dear at any price. Cot
ion is king.
The Quitman (Ga.) Banner takes a liberal viol
of the late Ku KIUT prnoeedincs in Union. No
ticing that affair, tho Banner says: "In tb
main, wo are opposod to mob vicdonco; but th
deplorable condition of affairs in South Carolin
is such, that for tho preservation of tho lives am
property of good citizens, an inexorable deinani
is made that sum nary punishment should follov
cfose ou tho beds of crime. Tho Courts arc i
mockery of ju-tice ; criminals aro encouraged ii
thc commission of crime, aud protected by parti
tan officials j and all laws for the protection o
lire as wall as the property of citizens, aro nullitici
-from thc fact that with few exceptions, execu
tive officials arc peurticepscriutinis to thc numeroui
deeds af infamy that have for several years dis
gracod the once fair record of Carolina. Almosi
every official, from thc Governor down to the mosl
humble Constable, is clothed in moral depravity,
And such being the character of men deputized
t > enforce the law, no wonder that orime runs
riot, ?md lifo and property arc unsafe. Under
these circumstances, wo aro of tho opinion, that
tho organized mob, of fivo hundred in Union
county, was fully justilied in its conduct. Some
such demonstration was ??operatively demanded,
to strike terror to tho hearts' of evil doers and
their ollioial abettors. Consequently, tho greatest
sticklers for the enforcement of aud acquiescence
in law, must applaud the conduct of tho citizens
ol' South Carolina.
Tho Chariest .ti Courier, alluding tu tho
election of Mr. Montgomery Moses a* Judge of
the Seventh Circuit, \?ee Judge Vernon resigned,
says: "Mr. Moses is tho brother, and was for
many years, the law partner of thc present Chief
Justice of the State. He is a lawyer of largo ex
perience, conservativo in politics, and of sound
fSf A young Ia.ly of Troy advised a gentle
man friend not to take Hat irons to bed with him,
as they would wurp his feet. Tho stupid follow
did not know enough to take tho hint and pro
IST Tho Savannah (Ga.! ?fem states that on
Thursday evening lust Mrs. Jano Staley, wife of
John A. Staley, Esq., un old citizen of that city,
Called at tho house ol'Sue Hungerford, a cyprian,
awd assaulted her with a Lowie knife, inflicting
eleven severe wound', ono, it is thought, pene
trating tho right lung. Tho cause of tho as
siult was alleged intimacy botwton tho girl and
Mr. Staley. Mrs. Staley was arrested and bailed
in $17,000, to appear when called to answer.
JHf Wo learn from the Wiunsboro' ?few that
about a mouth ago a little Irish girl nam*! ANNA
GORDON, in tho employ of a Mr. John C. Mack
erel^ living near Blackstooks, in that cunty,
and one of the leaJing citizens of ihe neighbor
hood in which ho lived, recoived a severe whip
ping by the latter, from (he effects of which she
died on Friday last, the 17th iuitant. An inquest
was hold over the body, which was eramined by
two physicians. The jury returned tho verdict
that Anna Gordon came to her death by blows at
thc hands of John C. Maekoroll. Mr. M. was
arrested and is now in tho custody of the Sheriff.
?5?"* Thompson's ste: m wagon is creating quite
aa excitement in Stockton, Cul. It is said to bo
able to plough seventy-fire acres in twenty-four
hours. It draws three ordinary wagons loaded
with sand over common roads with perice caso.
" A Popular "cntleman crushed to d?.ith"
is a Kentucky paper's heading of an accidont.
?Z3~ A Western paper says, in support of
General Grant's relutives, that they are all "gift
55^ Lot your promises be sincere, and so pru
dently considered as not to exceod tho roach of
your ability. Ho who promises moro than ho can
perform is false to himself; and ho who docs not
perform what ho has promised is falso to his
friend. All persons indebted to ns for subscrip
tion to thc A dvtriiser, or otherwise, will please
givo this paragraph moro than a casual glance.
Read twice-reflect-and pay what thou owost.
-AST- In Charleston, tho othor night, a peacea
ble citizen, guilty of no offence, was arrested by
ono of tho negro policemen, without oven tho
coloring of law, and detained and robbed of $5,
by bis Honor tho Mayor and his authorized
agent. Verily, a nico state of affairs in Charles
ton. If there aro any Ku Klux tbore, thoy ought |
to be at work.
On Tuesday, the 21st inst., another cleo
ivas hold for Judge of tho 7th Judicial Oin
ind Col. Montgomery Moses, of Sumtor,
again elected. Tho Senate veted almost un
mously for Gco.l. McGowan, of Abbeville.
Montgomery Moses is a brother of Chief Ju
Moses, and an uncle of the Speaker of th > E<
The reign of Radicalism in South Carolina
therefore,'lifted the Moses family into high pli
and put money in their purses.
The Judicitry Committee of the House 1
reported favorably upon tho bill to vest in
President of tho Sonate and the Speaker of
House, power to call extra sessions of the I
eral Assembly. What's tho wisdom of this ?
Mr. Kiinpton, tho Financial Agent of
State, has handed to tho Clerk of tho Senati
reply to tho interrogatorio? propounded hit
tho Sedate in reference to tho land Scrip
Land Commission bonds. He says that the b
issued by the Land Commissioner, for the
chaso of lands, still remain unsold, and 1
been used as collateral security for advances n
on account of State Treasurer's drafts. I
that the Agricultural Land Scrip was sold to
J. Thompson, of the First National Bank of
York, on the 25th of October hurt, at 72i c
per acre, cash, and the proceeds invested in ?
bonds, which aro now in his hands.
The Railroad Committee has submitted a
port granting to tho Greenville Railroad a g
anteo by the State, of One Million Six Hun
Thousand Dollars for repairs, and Ten Thom
Dollars for every mile of now road built. Th
the grand scheme of the sesi?n for further p
dering the peoplo of their money and impai
their credit. New York speculators aro at
bottom of it, and to further their plans, they 1
an open bar in the judiciary committee ri
where the members of the House are invite
drink and smoke free of charge,
j Gov. Scott, it is said, is resolute in his si
against this scheme. He declares ho will stic
I nothing to defeat all bills which, for any
pose, increase the State debt.
Tho luxurious and extravagant fitting up of
House of Representativos has been the then:
much comment and reproach. The latest i
this subject is that the House has adopted the
I port of its committoe appropriating Ninety Tl
sand Dollars for fitting up their Hall. It
I said on the floor that certain parties would n
I Forty Thousand Dollars by this job. More st
! ing ! Everlasting stealing.' Senator Arnim, h
I over, has introduced a resolution, which has t
adopted by tho Sonate, protesting against
payment of this ninety thousand dollars.
The attempt to re-establish the Usury law
its death on Friday last in the Senate. The
acting clause was stricken out by an alu
Tho iniquitous Greenville Railroad bill
passed to a third reading iu the House, on ]
The bill for establishing the new County
Aiken, which passed tho Houso some ten d
ago, has also been passed to its third readinf
tho Senate. Thero is hut little doubt that
new County will bo established. In this ci
wo lose, if wo aro not mistaken, Hamburg, Gr
itcville, and tho line of the S. C. Railroad. /
here we will bo left, stuck off on ono side of a I
LONDON, February 24
The Standard's special from Versailles i
uounces that tho Treaty of Pcaco has been t'??
ed ly Thiers and Bismarck.
Some details uuarrangod will bo adjusted
France pays to Germany three hundred a
twenty million thalors.
Alsace and Lorraine, including Motz and Ni
cy, arc ceded. Thc German Army will not cn
Emperor William leaves on Monday for Bcrl
The Journal de Paris says Bismarck, at thc i
quest of Thiers, has ordered a cessation of i
quisitions in oil section.-, ana declared that Cu
tributions levied since the 28th of January sh;
be deducted from tho French indemnity.
Thc Telegraph has a special from Parin on t
23d, which states that all thc conditions of poa
are sctileJ, except indemnity in money.
BREMEN, February 24.
Telegraph orders have been received fro
Versailles direct, for the releaso of all Freui
LONDON, February 25.
A colliery explosion occurred in South Wale
Fifty dead have already been taken out
The 77/H??' special from Paris says the treat
is regarded as rigned.
Bianc. Hugo, and Rochefort, member;?, of 'I
radical Left of the Assembly, will present a u..
tion impeaching Napoleon.
It is statod at Versailles that the material c
French regiments at Bordeaux is excellent.
PAMS, February 25.-Thiers accept? the pria
ciple territorial cession, but is trying to ?ave Mela
Bismarck agrees lo leave that fortress to France
but Moltke objects.
Thiers wont to Versailles yesterday, and afto
his return, consulted the Commission nf Pilleen
It is believed negotiations wore rcsjiucJ to-day
It is .-'aid thu preise nt difficulty is respecting th.
treaty of commerce. Newspapers oppose Pms
sia's alleged intention nf imposing a cimmercia
treaty upon France. The Tempt says ibo annua
juoduct of tho landed properly of Franco wil
not, for a long time, exceed 18,1)00,01)0 francs; at
indemnity of 1,000,000 fbklcrs is thorefore ex
The Temps says tho sympathetic Wjrils of Presi
dent Grant's message, toward? tho Geiman Em
itir?, aro a painful surprise to tho Frouch De
BERLIN, February 27.
Tho Emperor to Augusta: " With dooply inov
od^benrt, in gratitude to God, I inform you that
tho preliminaries of pence have been signed. Tho
BereleaUX Assembly must yet ratify them.
PARIS, February 27.
Prance cedes A trace and Mi-'z, and pays five
milliards francs within three years. Tho Ger
mans are to hold tho fortresses until paid. The
aimisticc has been prolonged for a week.
LOUDON, Feb. 27.
A dispatch from Paris, tb ir morning, says tho
Germans will muko their triumphal entrance
Wednesday. Thirty Thousand Germans will take
temporary possession of tho linc of triumphal
march. Tho Germans will remain within the
prescribed zone until the trenty is ratiiiod.
BERLIN, February 27.
Thc news f f the conclusion of pcaco has occa
sioned immense excitement in this city. The
streets aro crowded; houses are decorated with
flag? and festoons, and thousands of peoplo are in
front of thc palace. There will be a general il
Tho Cologne Gazette says the signature to pre
liminaries to treaty of peaco was delayed by tho
intervention of the English, Russian and Austri
an Governments. The Italian Government de
clined to interfere.
12oyal Arch Chapter.
At the lato annual convocation of the M. E.
Grand Royal Arch Chaptor of South Carolina, in
Charleston on the 14th and 15th Fobraary, the
following Cempanions woro oloctod to servo for
the ensuing Masonic year :
James A. Hoyt, of Anderson, M. E. Grand
James Birnie, of Greenville, R. E. Deputy
Grand High Priest.
E. W. Lloyd, of Florenoe, R. E. Grand King.
W. H. D. Gaillard, of Pendleton, R. E. Grand
John M. Carlisle, of Charleston, JRt Rev.
C. F. Jackson, of Columbia, R. E. Grand
Augustine T. Smythe, of Charleston, R. E.
B. Z. Herndon, of Cokesbuary, E. Grand Cap
tain of the Host.
Harris Covington, of Marlboro, E. Grand
Royal Arch Captain.
L. F. Meyer, of Charleston, Grand Sentinel.
Since tho onactment of tho United States
bankrupt law, fourteon hundred oases havo
passed through the Bankrupt Court io this State.
Bismarck and Thiers Sign a Treaty of
Tho National' Assembly of Franco is still in
session at Bordeaux; whilo Thiers, Chief Execu
tive of the French Provisional Government, and
Bismarck, Chancellor of the German Empire,
have signed a treaty of peace ac Versailles.
The conditions of this peace are much mote
moderato than the public havo boen lcd to ex
pect. The pecuniary indemnity exacted is but
Three Hundrod and Twenty Millions of Thalers,
or two hundred and fifty millions in our money?
On the other hand, the territorial indemnity also
is no larger than that which the Germans have
from tho first required, namely, the whole of
Alsace and Lorraine, including the important
fortresses of Metz, Nancy and Strasbourg. Tho
pride of the French is also to be spared the hu
miliation of the march of the Gorman army"
through Paris. The Germans are at once to re
turn to their own country by tho most convenient
And now arised the question : What sort of a
permanent government will the French establish?
It has been rumored that the influence of Thiers
would be exerted to decide this question in favor
of tho restoration of the Orleans monarchy with
the charter of 1830. This is not impossible, but
it is not to tc be taken for certain until it is <
cially verified. AU that the outsido world will
desire is, that whatever the decision maybc.it
shall bo made freely by the French people. And
then, when they determine in favor of a consti
tutional monarchy,'with tho Count de Paris as
King, or in favor of a republic, other nations can
have no right to find fault with their action.
Mothers be Advised.
Always koop a bottle of DR. TUTT'S CELE
BRATED EXPECTORANT in the house. It
is a certain and pleasant cure for Croup, Coughs,
Colds, Ete. It is agreeable to the taste, and
Children take it readily. Go to your Druggist
and get it at once, it may save the life of your
More than one hundred thousand persons
annually dio in this country from Consumption,
which is but the child of Catarrh. $500 is offered
by the proprietor of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
for a caso of Catarrh he cannot cure. Sold by
druggists, or send sixty cents to Dr. R.V. Pierce
Buffalo, N. Y., and got it by mail. A pamphlet
free. ' ??' ?
SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. A philosopher in
the West, grown into admiration of tho Cherry
Pectoral, writes Dr. Ayer for instructions undo
which sign he shall be bled, which blistered, and
which vomited, and under which he sholl take
Ayer's Pill? for an affection of the liver : also en
der which sign his wifo should commence to take
the Sarsaparilla for her ailment. Ho adds that
he already knows to wean his calves under Taurus,
change his pigs in Scorpio, cut his hair in Aries*
and soak his feet in Piscos or Aquarius as their
Schoolmasters, start for Wisconsin, and visit
Mr. Ham when yon get there. [Lowell Dally
LADIES wUl find relief from their Headache,
Costiveness, Swimming in the Head, Colic, Sour
Stomach, Restlessness, etc., etc., by taking Sim
mons' Livor Regulator.
Persons living in unhealthy localities may
avoid all bilious attacks by taking a dose of Sim
mons' Liver Regulator occasionally, to koep the
Liver in healthy action. It should bo usod by
all persons, old and young. It is not unpleasant
is a purely vegetable, compound, is not injurious
to the most delicate constitution, and will keep
the Liver in healthy action.
?sB- The Anderson militia, composed entirely
of negroes, have boxed up their arms furnished
them by the Governor, and will have nothing
furthor to do with said arms. Scnsihlo negroes.
MAnmnn, on Tbursdiy, the 9th February??
Rev. li. Broaddus, Mr. WILLIAM D. WAR
REN and Miss EUNICE SMYLY, all of Edge
MARRIED, on tho 23d inst., at thc residenco of
the bride's father, by Rev. J. F. Peterson, Mr.
WILEY KOON and Miss ELIZABETH SA
VANNAH BERRY, all of Edgcfie.d.
Died at South Carolina University, on Thurs
day, 2d February, 1871, of typhus pneumonia,
MAXIMILIAN LABORDE, JR., aged twenty
Tho heroic fortitude and Christian resignation
which tho beloved deceased exhibited during his
severe suffering and death, cannot bc forgotten
hy the large number who ministered so lovingly
at his bod-sido.
The same good Pastor who " received this child
into the congregation of Christ's flock," by infant
baptism, received tho avowal from his dying lips
of " an eternal trust in Jesus."
The call upon Jesus, and the prayer in His
name, were constant; and, at the samo time, his
demonstrations of gratitude and love to those
around him were of the tenderest and sweotest
It is the most inscrutable act of Providence
that one of so noble an exterior, where youth
and development and manly beauty all centered
-where tho qualities of mind and boart all gave
such present happiness and inspired such bright
hopes for tho future-should ho cut off in the
earliest dawn of manhood.
Dut we " sorrow not, even as others which have
AUGUSTA, Feb. 28.
GOLD-Buying at 19 and selling at lil.
COTTON-During most of the day there hus
been a fair demand at 14 for Liverpool and 14$
for New York middling, the market, in r?spense
to declining New York accounts, closing vory
quiet hut not quotably lower. Sales, 1,052 bales.
Receipts, 532 bales.
.BACON-Activo demand, ith light stock. We
quote C. Sides, 14@14?; t?. R. Sides, 14; B. B.
Sides, 13; Shoulders, 12; Hams lf.@20.
CORN-In good demand, and primo white is
selling at $1 05 from depot; at retail, $110.
WHEAT-We quoto choice whito, $1 75; red
FLOUR.-City Mills SC 50@#50. At retail
$1^ barrel bieher. Country SC? 50@8 50, ac
cording to quality.
CORN MEAL.-$110 at wholosnlo; $1 20 at
Religious services may be expected at Rich
lind Spring Church, on the 19th March, at 12
o'clock, A. M.
And at Good Hope Church, the 2?th March, at
12 o'clock, A. M.
D. D. BRUNSON, Missionary.
Mar 1 2tl0
A FRESH and GENUINE Stock
All at tho lowest prices, by
G. L. PENN, Druggist,
Mar 1 tf 10
Lbs. FAMILY AND TOILET SOAP,
for salo at G. L. PENN'S DRUG STORE.
Mar 1 tf 10
Dr. IWs Standard Preparations
SARSAPARILLA and QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
IMPROVED HAIR DYE,
ESS. JAMAICA GINGER,
GOLDEN EAGLE BITTER*.
For sale by G. L. PENN, Druggist.
Marl tf 10
Crow and Rat Poison.
A.T G. L. PENN'S DRUG STORE.
Mar 1 tf 10
OR SALE BY
G. L. PENN, Druggist.
Map 1 tf 10
Travellers ore always Hablo to sadden attacks of
Dysentery and Cholera Morbus, and these occurring
when absent from home, aro very unpleasant. The
PAIX KILLEB may always be relied upon?in such cases.
As soon as you feel tho symptoms, toke one teaspoonful
in a (rill of new milk and molatscs and a gill of hot
water, stir well together and drink hot. Repeat the
dose every hour until relieved. If the poins he severo,
bathe the bowels and bock with tho medicine clear.
Ir. ear.es of Asthma and Phthisic, take a teaspoonful
in a elli of hotwater sweetened well with molasses;
also bathe tho throat and stomach. faithful ly with the
Dr. Sweet says it takes out tho soreness in cases of
bon ese tiing faster than anything he ever applied.
Fishermen so often exposed tn hurts by having their
skin.pierced with hooks, nnd Ash, can be relieved by
bathing with thc Pain Killer as soon as the accident
occurs ; in this way the anguish is soon abated ; bathe
as often aa once In 8>c minutes, say three or four times,
and you will seldom have any trouble.
Tho bites and scratches ol does and cats are soon
cured by bathing with the Pain Killer clear.
Cheering Facts for the Bilious.
Every day demonstrates more clearly that liver com
plaint, in all its distressing forms, can bc controlled and
cured without difficulty or inconvenience. It is tfn ob
stinate disease, but Its obstinacy is not proof against the
pertinacious, remedial and restorative operolion of Hot
le:t< r's Stomach Bitters. That genial corrective con,pels
the argon to do it? duty. It mutt secrete regularly and
healthfully under the Influence of the Bitters. Their
action brings lt back from a state of rebellion Into per
fect harmony with the laws of health. If there is cos
tiveness, it disappears : if there ls side-ache or backache,
it caases ; If the skin an ' the whites of the eyes are tinged
with superfluous bile, ? iey recover their natural hue ; if
the appetite Is gone, it r .'turns ; If the digestion ls Impaired,
it is restored ; In brief, whatever the symptoms of the
complaint may be, and whatever thc phaso it has as
sume J, a cure is certain. Such are thc uniform effects
of this Preparation where bilious disease hos been al
ready developed ; but in cases where there ls merely a
constitutional tendency to liver complaint, it may bc
prevented throughout life by the regular use, in small
quantities, of this palatable antidote. These are proven
facts, and should be seriously pondered-or, rather, they
should be promptly acted upon-by all persons of bilious
EVERY ONE BIS OWN DOCTOR.
A privato instructor for married porsons or
those about to be married, both male and female,
in everything concerning the physiology and re
lations of onr soxunl system, and the production
and prevention of offspring, inclnding all tho
new discoveries never before given in the English
language, by WM. YOUNG, M. D. This ia real
ly a valuable and interesting work. It is writ
ten in plain language for the general roader, and
is illustrated with numerous engravings. All
young married people, or those contemplating
marriage, and having tho least impediment to
married life, should read this book. It discloses
secrets that every one should bo acquainted with;
?till it is a book that must be locked up and not
lie about the house. It will be sent to any ad
dress on receipt of 50 ct?. Address DR. WU.
YOUNG, No. 416 Spruce S troc t, above Fourth,
Nov. 24 6m 48
Change of Location.
I beg leave to announce to my friends and
patrons that the Firm of C. A. CHEATII2.II k BROS.
has been dissolved by mutual convent.
In tho name of thc firm, I hereby tender many
thanks for past favors and patronage which the
public havo so liberally bestowed upon us during
tho patt four yoars.
I have recently established myself at tho old
and well-known stand of SULLIVAN, and hope to
still merit a continuance of public patronage.
J. H. CHEATHAM.
Edgofiold, Mar 1 tf 10
LLMONDS, BRAZIL and PECAN NUTS,
RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON,
PICKLES, SARDINES, CRACKERS,
- OU ECS I-:, ?VPTBII,
Three Cases Superior WINES,
PORTER, ALE, Ac, Ac
W. A. SANDERS,
Druggist and Grocer.
Mur 1 tf li
Two BARRELS FINE MOLASSES,
One Bbl. SYRUP,
One Bbl. SILVER DRIP,
One Bbl. GRANULATED SUGAR,
One Bbl. CRUSHED SUGAR,
One Bbl. PULVERIZED SUGAR.
W. A. SANDERS,
Druggist and Grocer.
Mar 1 tf 10
Call at Sanders' Drug Store.
.ND get a SUPERIOR OIL for SEWING
MACHINES. And also inspect his Ilair Pr?pa
rons, tho most popular of thc day.
Mar 1 tf 10
SUPPLY of FRESH and GENUINE
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, kc.
W. A. SANDERS, Druggist
Marl tf 10
NOTHING else in tho world will moko a milch
cow DO HER BEST, in either quality or
Feed not over four pints at each meal, and your
own cow will convince you. Price $:10,00 per tun,
cash with order, with discount for larger quanti
ties. COLUMBIA OIL COMPANY.
^yS~0il Meal and Bone Fertilizer, furnished
at $35 per ton cash. Cotton Seed bought or con
tractod for to be delivered in July and August.
Columbia, Mar I -lt 10
ALL thoso indobtod to the undersigned on
Storo Account, or to the Firm of C. A.
CUUATHAM k BROS., arts notified to pay the sume
on or bofore Monday, tho Oth March. After that
duto, all said Accounts, without 'discrimination,
will bo placed in tho hands of J. L. ADDISON, Esq.,
fur immediate collection.
C. A. CHEATIIAM.
Mar. 1 lt 10
FROM my Stable, OT. tho night of tho 21st
Feb., my SADDLE HORSE, of medium
lite; dark bay, heavy black mane and tail, nun 1
white spot on nitre, left hind fuot white, and about
scvon yo irs old. Ho has slight seor? on pasterns
caused from OD application of boiling tar as a
remedy f?r scratches. Had on at the timo he
was stolen, new rhoos, without any grooves in
them, w hich mmlo a peculiar track.
I will give a liberal reward for the recovery of
tho horse. J. C. LANIER.
Longmircs, Mar. I 2t 10
LOST between my residence and Pleasant
Lane, on or about 21st Fob., $310 or $312,
rolled in a yollow envelope. The above reward
will be poid for tho recovery of the Bamo and no
questions askod. FELIX LAKE, JR.
Mar. 1 1 10
Never Nausentc a Weak Stomach. Tho
condition of a weak stomach was never yet im
proved by cathartic drugs. Tboy morely increase
tho irritation, which it is all-important to allay.
There is no preparation in existence which so
quickly and certainly rclioves nausea as
TARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT,
[ts immedate effect is to soothe and refresh the
aneasy organ. It arrosts vomiting or tho dispo
sion to vomit, at once, and carries off without
join, through tho intestines, the morbid eraetiic
natter which is the provocative of nausea. A
loso of the Aperient will always effectually " sot
ie the stomach" aftor a night's dissipation
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
MM. 2 21 jg
STILL IN THE SAME FLAGE
grateful thanki to friends and patrons
for past consideration, I herewith announce that
I am still to bo found at tho same place, No. 1.
Park Row, where by conscientious effort, I trust
to secure the continued patronage of the public.
I have lately received LARGE ADDITIONS,
to my Stock, and now offer for sale a full lino of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
? HATS AND GLOVES.
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
. SEGARS tlc, Atc.
0. Fi CHEAT/HAM.
Mar. 1 tf 10
The Place to buy
Your Shoes !
TlIE Subscriber has recently purchasod in the
best Markets in the United States a LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK of SHOES, censist
iag in part as follows.
Mens' Wax BROGANS of the best make,
Boys' Wax BROGANS of the heit mako,
Ladies' Calf Pegged and Sewed SHOES,
Ladies' Morocoo and Lasting Congress GAI
Misses' Morocco and Lasting Congress GAI
Children's SHOES in all styles.
Call and examine my Stock. I will sell to
suit the times, at No 1 Park Row. .
. 0. F. C HEATH A M.
Mar. 1 tf 10
GUANO I GUANO !
WE beg leave to inform our customers and
friends that wo are still Agents for G. OBER A
SONS' CELEBRATED GUANOS, which wo
are now OFFERING AT REDUCED RATES,
Phosot Peruvian or A? A*
Ammoniated Super Phosphate,
Georgia Cotton Compound,
Ammoniated Alkaline Phosphate,
C h a p p e 115 s Ammoniated Super
Pure Land Plaster,
Pure Peruvian Guano, &c.
Theso GUANOS are well known in Edgefield,
;andwe respectfully refer to all who have used
Ordors solicited. Apply to Z. W. CARWILE
or THOS. W. CARWILE, Edgefield C. H., W.
EDWARD CARWILE, Ridge, or at our Ware
house in the City of Augusta, Ga.
WARREN, WALLACE & CO.
Augusta, Feb 22 . 3m 9
Dr. BCHENOK advises Consumptives to go
to Florida in Winter.
Having for the lut thirty-five, vetn devoted my whole
time and attention to the study of lung diseases and eon
gumption, I feel that I understand fully tho coane that
ought to be punned to reitere a tolerably bad cue of dis
eased langt to healthy soundness. The Ant and most
important ete p li for the patient to avoid taking cold, and
the best of all places on this continent for this purpose, in
winter, ii Honda, well down in the Stat?, where the tem
perature is regular, and not subject to loch variations as
Ia nore Northern latitudes. Parnka ls a point I can re
commend. A good hotel is kept there by Pe tirroan. Las t
winter I saw several persons there whose langs bsd been
badly diseaied, but who, under the healing influence of the
climate and my medicines, were getting weU.
One hundred miles further down the river is a point
which I would prefer to Falatka, as the temperature is
more even sad the air dry and bracing. Mellonville and
Enterprise are located there. I should give a decided
Efe nineo to Mellonville. It ii two miles from river or
e, and it seems almost impossible to take cold then.
The tab!? s in Florida might be better, sud patients com
plain at times, but that is a good sign, as it indicates a ro
tura of appetite, and when this ls the case they generally
inorease in flesh, and then tho langi mutt heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Creen Cove, and many other
places in various parts of Florida, can be safely recom
mended to consumptives in winter. My reasons for saying
to aro that patients are less liable to take cold then than
when then ii a len oven temperatun, and it is not neces
sary to say that when a consumptive person exposes him
self t-j frequent colds he is certain to die shortly. There
fore my advice is, go well down into the S tate-oct of the
reach of prevailing east windi and fogs. Jaekionville, or
?Imp?? any other of tiu. UetjllJet I have naaad. will
ot those who an troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowell, ion throat or cough, but for
those whose lungs an diseased a mon Southern point if
For fifteen years prior to 1S69,1 was professionally in
New York, Bolton, Baltimon and Philadelphia every
week, when 2 saw and oxamincd on an average five hun
dred patient? a week. A practice io extensive-embracing
every possible phase of lane disease-bas enabled me to
understand the disease fully, and heneo my caution in
regard to taking oold. A person may take vast quantities
cf"' Schenck'i Pulmon?a Syrup, Seaweed Tonie, and Man
drake Fills," and yet die ii be ones not avoid taking cold.
In Florida, nearly everybody is using Schenck'i Man
drake Pilli, for the climate is mon likely to produce bili
ous habits than mon Northern latitudes. It is a well-eitab
liihed fact that natives of Florida rarely die of consump
tion, especially those of the Southern part On the other
hand, in New England, one third, at least, of th* popula
tion die of this terriblo disease. In the Middle States it
does not pnvail io largely, ititi then an many thousand s
of easel then. What a vait percentage af life would be
saved if consumptive! wen as easily alarmed in regard ts
taking fnsh cold as they are about scarlet fever, small
Kx, fte. But they aro not. They take what they term a
tie cold, which they an crednlous enough to believe will
wear off in a few dayl.. They pay no attention to it, and
hence it lays the foundation for another and another still,
until the lungs are disease J beyond all hope for cort.
My advice to persons whose lungs an affected, even
slightly it, to lay in a itook of Schenck'i Pulmonic Syrup,
Schonck's Soawced Tonio and Schenck'i Mandrake Pilli
and go to Florida. I recommend theso particular medi
cines betanie I am thoroughly acquainted with their ac
tion. I know that when they are used in strict accordance
with my dinctinm tli'jy will do tho work that ls r*quind.
Thia accomplished, n sture will do the rest. The phy tician
who prescribo? for cold, cough or niglit-iweats, and then
advises the patient to walk or ride ont every day, will be
tun to have a corpse on hil hands before long.
My plan ii to rive my thno modicinei, in accordance
with the printed directions, except in some cases when a
froor uio of tho Mandrake Pills is necessary. My object
ii to give tono to the itomacb-to get up a good apatite.
It ii always a good sign when a patient begins to grow
hungry. I have hopci of luch. with a relish for food
and tho gratification of that relish cornel good blood, and
with it mon flesh, which ii closely followed by a hilling
of the langi. Then the cough leesons and abates, tbs
cneplng chilli and clammy night-sweats no longer pros
trate and annoy, and tho patient gets well-provided ht
avoids taking cold.
Now then aro many consumptives who have not tho
moans to gt, to Florida. Thc question may be asked, it
then no hope for inch 7 Certainly then ii. My advice
to inch ii, and ever hat been, to stay In a warm room
during the winter, with a temperatun of about seventy
degnes, which should be kept regularly at that point by
meani of a thermometer. Let luch a patient take hil ex
ercise within the limits of the room by walking np and
down ts mich ai hil itrongth will permit in order to keep
up a healthy oinulitlon of the blood. I have cured thou
sands by this system and can do to again. Consumption
ii as easily ound as any other disease, if it is taken in .
time, and tho proper kind of treatment is pursued. The
fact stands undisputed on record that Schenck'i Pulmonle
Syrup, Mandrake Pilli, and Seaweed Tonic have cured
very many of what seemed to bo hopeless easel of con
sumption. Oo when you will, you will bo almost certain
to find lome poor consumptive who has boon rescuod from
tho very jawi of death by their uie.
So far ai tho Mandrake Pills an concerned, everybody
should keep a supply of them on hand. They act on the
liver better than calomel, and leave none of its hurtful
effects behind. In fact they an excellent in all cases
when a purgative medicine Is required. If you have par
taken too freoly of fruit and diarrhoea ensues, a dose of
the Mandrakes will cnn rou. If you an subject to sick
headacho, take a doio of tho Mandrakei and they will re
lievo yon in two houn. If you would obviate tho effect
of a change of wator, or the too fne indulgence in fruit,
take one of the Mandrake! every night or every other
night, and you may then drink water and eat watermelons,
pearl, apples, plums, peaches or oom. without the risk of
toing made sick by them- They wm protect those who
llvo in damp situations against chilli and feven. Try them.
They aro p?rfoo?y harmless. They can do you good only.
I nave abandoned my professional visits to Boston and
New York, but continue to set patients at my office, No.
15 N. SIXTH Street, Philadelphia, every Saturday, from
9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Thoio who with a thorough examina
tion with the Respir?me tor will bo charged five dolors.
The Reipiramcter declares tho exact condition of l?e
lungs, and patients can nadily learn whether they are
curable or not But I deiin it distinctly understood that
tho value of my modicinei depend? entirely upon their
being taken strictly according to directions.
In conclusion, I will say that when persons take my
medicines and their eyitemi an breugnt into a healthy
condition thereby, they an not io liablo to take cold, ytt
no one with diseased lungs can bear a sudden change of
atmosphere without the liability of greater or less irrita
tion of the bronchial tubes.
Fall directions in all languages accompany my medi
cines, io explicit and clear that any ont can use them with
out coEialung me, and can be bought from any druggist..
J. H. SCHENCK, M. D. ?
No. lo N. SIXTH Street, PhiladslfUa,
State of South Carolina,
IN PROBATE COURT.
BY D. L. TURNER, Judgo of Prolate in
Whereas, Jesse Franklin hath applied to mc
for Letters of Administration on tho Estate of
Elbert Franklin, lato of said County dee'd.
Theso aro therefore to cito and admonish all
and singular the kindrod and creditors of the
.?aid deconsed, to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate for the said County, to be hol
den at Edgefield C. H., on the 11th day of Mnr
1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause why thc
said Administration should not bc granted.
Given under my hand and tho Seal of the
Court, this 25th day of February A. D. 1871, and
in tho 95th your nf American Independence.
D. L. TURNER, J.P.C.E.C.
State of South Carolina,
IN TUE CO UR T OF PR ORA TE.
,T D. L.TURNER, Esquire, Judge Probate
J Courtof Edgofield County.
Whereas, John W. Ramage, hath applied to
mc for Lotter? of Administration on tho Estate
of Sarah A. Ramage, late of said County dee'd.
Those are therofore.t o c i tc and adznonis ball
and singular, tho kindred and cr cd i torc of the
said doceascd, to be and appear before me,at a
Court of Probate for the said County, to be
holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 14th day of
March inst., 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. to show
:anse If any, why tho said Administration
Givon undormyhandandthc SoalnftheCourt
this 27th day of Feb'. Anno Domini 1871, and in
ho 95th year of American Independence.
D.L. T?RNER, J.P.C.E.C.
Marl ?t 10 1
N e w Gr o o dL s.
]STo. 3, Park Row,
Js constantly receiving NEW GOODS.
HAMS, fine, at 20 eta.-SUGAR, Ex. C., 16s@18 cts.-N. 0. SUGAR, 15c.
Crushed, 20 cts.
Canned FRUITS, PICKLES, OYSTERS, SARDINES, SALMON,
CHEESE, CRACKERS, CURRANTS, RAISINS,
. LEAF LARD, 20 cts.
FLOUR-Extra, 50 lbs., $2,50 ; Golden Sheaf, 50 lbs., $2,60; Pride of Au
gusta, 50 lbs., $2,75? J .(j _
FEED for Horses and Milch Cows, at 3 cts.
-. . MEAL-perbushel, $1?25. ., , m . .???? ?..
Graniteville SHIRTINGS, x , .
Plaid and Striped HOMESPUNS,
A fine lot of CCRN now being received at $1,30.
Marl tf 10
i K?stREI!?^B,? **** hTa ,?*
1 Piece English CREPE. ..A
: . '.J~'<X. inrVoIlotO?? H3-ilXf
2 Cases Ladies' French Calf Walking SHOES, '
2 Cases Misses French Calf Walking SHOES, . . <
2 Cases Kip BALMORALS, '
1 Case Gents* Walking SHOES, .
1 Case Children's Copper Tipped SHOES, &c, ?cc.
j ;.-..! .If. J.J-'.
20 Doz. WEEDING HOES, best make.
SPADES, SHOVELS, PITCH FORKS,
Garden RAKES, Garden SUB-SOILERS,
NAILS, TRACE CHAINS. HAMES, . '.; ./ J,:
Painted BUCKETS, BROOMS,
Cotton and Jute ROPE,
Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c.
The remaining Stock of DRESS GOODS, Ladies and Misses Trimmed HA.TS,
Gentlemen's READY-MADE ~CLOTH?C?G, ?c., will be ?old at
NEW YORK PRIME '?ftSlM
To make room for the new Spring Stock/
jf?rCall and examine, I intend to sell the ?b?ve Goods at the lowest possible
prices. ? " ? '"I ? I " t
Marl_?_ . -tf * . ' 10 '
THE EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE!
MARKEST & CLISBY
Beg. to announce to their friends and the public that they have now in Store
und arriving a full Stock of all Goods in their line, and are offering them at
prices which defy competition.
In addition to our extensive assortment of DRUGS, CHEMICAES, &c., we
have in Store a splendid stock of the best and most popular PATENT MEDI
CINES, embracing in part
4 Cases Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle BITTERS,
2 " Hostetter's Stomach BITTERS;
2 " Walker's Vinegar BITTERS,
2 " Drake's Plantation BITTERS,
2 " Panknin's Hepatic BITTERS,
2 " Simmons' Liver REMEDY,
. 2 " ' Dr. Tutt's SARSAPARILLA,
2 " Ayers SARSAPARILLA,
2 " Tutt's EXPECTORANT,
2 " Ayers CHERRY PECTORAL, \
1 Gross Liver PILLS,
1 " Tutt's Liver PILLS,
4 Doz. McLaue's Liver PILLS,
1 Gross Hurley's Popular Worm.CANDY, .
Besides many other valuable Remedies, alL'of which are warranted fresh.
Have also in Store a select stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, .which they will
sell at the lowest figures.
3 Bbls. Best Brown SUGAR, ?iC
300 Lbs. superior RIO COFFEE,
25 " GREEN TEA,
25 " BLACK TEA,
100 " Black PEPPER and SPICES,.
500 " RICE at 10 ct?, per pound.
2 Barrels PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
We have on hand alargo and splendid stock of Imported WINES and LI
QUORS, embracing the following brands :
4 Bbls. Pure Old Eve WHISKEY,
2 " Pure 01.1 Corn WHISKEY, .
25 Gallons bent FRENCH BRANDY,
4 Cases best CHAMPAGNE, '"'
G " best Old SHERRY WINE,
G " best Old MADEIRA WINE,
25 Gallons Domestic WINE for Cooking purposes,
25 " Oid Jamaica RUM,
25 " OKI Holland GIN_
-ALSO-r^,., j r , . ?
We also have in store and arriving a?fine?ot of SEGARS and' TjOBACCO,
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES of-all description*. C* ?i/T i i
Choice Family and Toilet SOAPS,
Hair BRUSHES, Dressing COMBS, :.
PERFUMERY in an endless variety, &c, ?cc.
A WORD TO PAINTERS.
If you want to save money buy your Paints and Oils from M?RKERT &
CLIS BY, who have nhw on hand
100 Gallons LINSEED OIL, 200 Gallons TURPENTINE,'
50 " Best Copal VARNISH .40 " Japan VARNISH,
20 " Best Coach VARNISH,. 1000 Lbs. best WHITE LEAD,
Also, a large stock of WINDOW GLASS, all sizes,
Paint and Whitewash BRUSHES, &c, &c.
Mar 1 tf 10
BITTERS AND SCHNAPPS.
Having received the Agency of RUSS' CELEBRATED BITTERS and
SCHNAPPS, I am prepared to sell all Goods in this line at New York Cost,
with freight added.
Augusta, Mar 1 . - 3ml0
G. L. PENN,
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass,
:F .A. HST a ""sr TOILET ARTICLES,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
CHOICE Flt Ul TS AND CONFECTIONERIES,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c.
RESPECTFULLY announces to the public that his varied Stock is NOW
COMPLETE, and comprises Goods of the BEST QUALITY, and will be SOLD
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Country Merchants and Physicians can procure their supplies of Drugs and .
Medicines at my Store at the lowest prices; and every|care will be taken to
Physicians' Prescriptions prepared at any hour with the greatest accuracy,
and with the utmost promptness.
Thankful for the liberal patronage so generously extended to him in the many
long years of the past, he solicits a continuance of the same, and will endeavor
to please his customers.