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CAN NOW BE FOUND AT
BEE HIVE STORE,
No. 194 Broad Street,
WHO intends visiting the North shortly on
a bittiness tour, and previous to his departure
WILL CLOSE OUT thc balance of his Stock of
DRESS GOODS, IN COLORS,
STRIPES AND PJL-AIDS,
At tl e uniform price of 25 Cents per yard.
?b9*Bo suro to call soon and secure GENU
INE BARGAINS in DRY GOODS.
Fab 7 tf 7
Ay er's Sarsaparilla,
iron I*CISII?'?*X? Tt. K Bi?oa.
'/Itt* reputation thi? ex
r-.Meiit .IKM?'-?IK- tr.J?yi
? - is ?U-:-.Vi.-l from lu Clin?,
main .<?' which .-ire truly
?.^i>os ttf- ticrofitlout) <iw
civ-o, UBUCM tho .-y.-u-m
-deine?; sattuaUM x. it ti
corruption, linve been
puri?vd aud cured by it.
?5* gravated by tlie scrolu
itm.- contamination until
tlicy were painfully ufiiicLuig, have been radically
rural iii ra?hgreat numbers in almost every *ec
ti.>u.of tl io Kountry, ihrtt tlie publie scarcely need
to be informed ??fits virtues or uses.
?crui.lions poison Ls ouc of thc iuost destruc
tive enemies of our nice. Gitan, Ulis unseen nnd
unfelt tenant of the organism undermines the con*
stittition, and invites thc attack of enfeebling or fa
tal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its
wreseuec. Again, it seems lo breed infection
throughout tlie body, :ui<l then, on some favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its
hideous forms, cither on the surface or among the
vitals. In thc latter, tubercles may bc suddenly
deposited in the lungs or heart, or tumors formed
in thc liver, or it shows its presence by eruptions
on tlie skin, or foul ulcerations ou.some part of
the body. Hence thc occasional usc of u bottle
of this SttrsapariIla is advisable, oven when no
active symptoms of disease appear. Persons af
Hilted with, the following complaints generally
timi immediate relief, and, ut length, cure, by the
use or this SARSAPARILLA: St. Ant ho
ut/'? Fire, Hose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt
J Uttum, Scald Head, JttWgMW'lM, Sore Eyes,
Sore Earn, and oilier eruptions or visible forms
of Scrofulous disease. Also in the more con?
cealed forms, as Dyspepsia, ?Dropsy, Heart
Disrate, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia, and
the various Ulcerous affections of thc muscular
and nervous systems.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Dis
eases are cured by it, though a long time is re
quired for subduing these obstinate maladies by
any medicine. But long-continued uso of Uus
me'diome will cure the complaint. Leucorrh?e*
or mites, Uterine Ulcerations, aud Female
Diseases, arc commonly soon relieved and ulti
mately cured liv its purifying and invigorating
effect." Minute directions for each case arc found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheumatism
and Gout, when caused by accumulations of ex*
tran cou s matters in the blood, yield quickly to it,
as nlaoLiver Complaints, Torpidity, Conges
tion or Inflammation of thc Xi ?-cr, and Jaun
tier, when arising, as they often do, from the
rankling poisons in the blood. This SAltSA
PA.lllX.LA is a great restorer for the strength
and vigor of tho system. Those who are Lan
guid and Hatless, Despondent, Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or
Tears, or any of the affections sympt jmatic of
Weakness, will find immediate relief and con*
vincing evidence of its restorative power upon
"Dr. J. C. AYES tlc CO., Io ?veil. Masai,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
13P"Tor sale by T.. W. CARWILE, Druggist
Aug 17 ly 34
Dr. SCHENCK advises ConsumptiveB to go
to Florida In Winter.
Haying for the lut thirty-five year? devoted ny ?hoi?
UDO and attention to the Bindy of lung di wases and con
sumption, I foal that I understand fahy tho courso that
ought to ba panned to restore a toliraUy had eaie of dis
eased longs to healthy soundness. The first and most
Important step U foi- tho pationt to nvoid laking cold, and
the bett of all places on this continent for thia purpose, in
winter, ii Florida, well down in the State, whore toe tem
p?rala? ii regalar, and not subject to suth variations as
in moro Northam latitndcs. Palatka is t point I can re
commend. A good hotel ii kept the? by Peterman. Last
winter I nw ((Yeral persons th ?TO whose langs had been
badly Manta, bot who, nuder the healing influence of the
climate and my medicines, wen getting welt
One hundred miles farther down the river is a point
which I would prefer to Watta, as th? temperature is
mon even and tc? air dry and bracing. Mellonvillo and
Enterprise are located there. I should give a decided
preference to Melloaville. It it two milts from river or
lake, and it seems almost impossible to take cold there.
Toe tables ia Florida might be better, and patients com
plain at times, but that is ii good sign, as it indicates a re
tara of appetite, and when this is tho case they generally
iaatsmie ia flesh, and then the lang* mott hesi
Jacksonville, Hibernia. Green Cove, and many other
pisces iii varions parts of Florida, caa be safely recom
mended to consumptives ia winter. My relions for saying
sa ar* that patten ts a? leu liable to ?iko cold there than
when then is a less even temperature, and it is nat neces
sary to say that where a consumptive pensn expu?s him
self to frequent colds B J ii certain to die shortly. There
foi? my adrice is, go * jil down into the State-ont of the
reach of prevailing esst w inda and fogs. Jacksonville, ar
almost any other of the localities 1 baie ni mod, will bene
fit those wno an troubled with a torpid livir, a disordered
stomach, tteranged bowels, son throat or cough, bat for
thats whose langs an diieasol a mon Sonthexa point is
For fifteen yean prior to ISO, I was professionally in
Btw Yack, Boston, Baltimore sad Philadelphia every
week, where I saw sad examined on an it enge five hun
find ps''?nts a week. A practice so extensive-embracing
ovary pussible phase of lung disease-has enabled aw to
understand the disease folly, and hence my caution ia
?gard to taking cold. A person may take vast quantitios
cf * Scheuer.'s Pulmonio Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Man
drake Pills." ard.yet die if he does not aruid taking cold.
In Florida, nearly everybody is using fcchonck's Man
drake Pilli, for the climate is more likely ? produce bili
ous habits thaamore Northern latitudes. Ii is a well-estab
lished fact that natives of Florida rarely dis of .-onsump
tion, especially those of the Southern part. On the other
hand, ia Nsw England, one third, at least, of the popula
tion ?io of this terrible disease. In the Middle States it
docs not prevail so largely, still tho? an many thousands
of cases there. What? vast percentage of lifo would bs
M ii consumptives w ere as-easily alarmed in regard to
taking fresh cotvl as they are about scarlet Ssvtr, smalt
pox, ?fcc. Bat they are not They take what they tenn a
little cold, which they a? credulous enough to believe will
wear off ia a few days. -They pay no attention to lt, and
hence it lays the foundation for another and another ?till,
until the lungs are diseased beyond all hope for cure.
Mr advice to persons whose lungs a? affected, even
slightly is, to lay in a stock of Schtnck's Putmonio Syrup,
Schanck** Seaweed Tonie and Schenck's Mandrake Pills
and f> to Flotilla. I recommend thees particular medi
cines because Tam thoroughly acquainted with their ac
tion. I know that where they are used in strict accordtnoe
with Ey directions they will do tho work that is required.
This accomplished, nature will do Ult rest. The physician
who prescribes tor cold, cough or night-sweats, and then
advise* the patient to wait or ride out every day, will bs
sun to have a corpse on his ban is before kag.
My jua ts to ?ive ny throe medicines, in accordance
withths printed directions, except in some cases when a
freer use of the Mandrake Pills is neccsssry. My object
is to give taut to the stomach-to gat up a good appetite.
it is always a good sign wher a patient her?as to grew
ungry. I have hopes of such, with a relish for food
and the gratification of that rciiih comes [rood blood, and
with it mo? flesh, which it closely followod by a healing
cf the lungs. Thea the cough loosest and abates, the
ere i ping chilli and clammy night-sweats no longer p?t
tvaii and annoy, and the patient gets well-provided he
avoidi taking cold.
Nour tass; are many consumptives who bavt not the
means to go to Florida. Thc question may bo asked, is
then no hope for such 7 Certainly there is. My advice
(o roch it, aud ever has been, to stay in a wann room
during th* winter, with a temperature ol about seventy
degrees, which should be kept regularly at that point by
means of a thermometer. Let such a patient take hit ex
orcise within tbt limits of the room by walking up and
down BS mush ts his itrength will permit, in order to keep
ap a healthy circulation of tho blood. I have cured thou
sands by this system and caa do so again. Consumption
it at easily cured as any other disease, if it is taken in
time, and the proper kind of treatment is pursued. Th*
fact stands undisputed oa record that Schenck's Putmonio
Byro?; Mandrake Pills, and Seaweed Tonie have cured
Very m*Py of what seemed to be bopolets eiset of con
sumption. Co where you will, you will be almost certain
to fl ad asm* peer consumptive who has been rescued from
the very jaws of jietta by their use.
So far as the Mandraks Pills sn concerned, everybody
should keep a supply of them on hand. They act on the
iiv*r better than ciiomol, and leave none of its hurtful
effects behind. In fact they an oxotllent ia all eases
when a purgative medicine ls required. If you have par
taken too freely of fruit and diarrfacra ensues, a dose of
the Mandrakes will cure you. If you are subject to lick
headache take a don ot tLi Mandrake! and they will re
lieve you in two heure. If you would obviate thc effect
of a chango of water, or th? too free indulgence ia fruit,
take ca? of the Mandrakes er cry night or every other
sight, and you may then drink water and eat watermelons,
pears, apples, plums, peaches or corn, without the risk of
being made sick by them. Th ?y will protect those who
lire in damp situations against chills and fever?. Try thom.
They aro perfectly harmless. They can do you good only.
I nave abandoned my professional visits to Boston and
New York, but continue to icc patients at my otho*. No.
15 N. SIXTH Street. Philadelphia, every Saturday, from
9 A .'t. to 3 P. M. Those who wish a thorough examina
tion with th* rte Spirometer will be charged five dollars.
The Betpiremeter declare! the exact condition of th*
lungs, sad patients caa readily learn whether they ar*
curable or not. But I desire it distinctly understood that
th* value of my medicine; depends entirely upon their
being taken strictly according ts directions.
Ia conclusion, I will say that when persons take my
medicines tad their systems a? brought into a healthy
condition thereby, they an not so liable to take cold, yet
so one with diseased lunn can bear tl sudden change of
atmosphere without th* liability of greater or less irrita
tioa of the bronchial tabes.
Fuji directions la all languages accompany my medi
aincs, so explicit and ellar that anyone can use them with
out coasulusg me, sad caa b* bought from any druggist..
J i ?. SC H ? *" C K, o?. D, /
No. 15 N. SIXTH Street, Philadelphia.
FOR THE YEAR 1871!
GR ASHEVILLE, S. C., Jan. 13,1871.
?Will ?pen my Books on WEDNESDAY, the
1ST FEBRUARY, 1871, at Edgcficld C. H., to
Receive tho STATE and COUNTY TAX for tbe
Tax for the State, 0 Mills.
Tax for thc County, 4 Mills.
Or 90 Cents on the $100 for the State, and 40 Cts.
on the $100 for the County Tax.
Hy Books will Le opened fruin tbe 1st Februa
ry until the 15'h March.
Kim all Taxes not paid on or before the loth
March, a Penalty of 20 per Cent, will be added.
County Treasurer Edgofield County.
Jan. 26 7t $
W. H. BRUNSON'S.
1 Case NEW PRINTS, very handsome.
1 Case Bleached HOMESPUNS, all. widths,
1 Case Sea Island do.
1 Piece Italian CREPE,
1 Piece English CREPE.
2 Cases Ladies' French Calf Walking SHOES,
2 Cases Misses French Calf Walking SHOES,
2 Cases Kip BALMORALS,
I Case Gents' Walking SHOES,
1 Case Children's Copper Tipped SHOES, &c., ftc.
SO Doz. WEEDING HOES, best make.
SPADES, .SHOVELS, PITCH FORKS,
Garden RAKES, Garden SUB-SOILERS, .
NAILS, TRACE CHAINS, HAMES,
Painted BUCKETS, BROOMS,
Cotton and "Jute ROPE,
? Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c.
BARGAI JNTS 1 -R JL^GhAJLTSTS 1
The remaining Stock of DRESS GOODS, Ladies and Misses Trimmed HATS,
Gentlemen's READY-MADE CLOTHING, ftc.; will be sold at
NEW YORK PRIME COST!
To make room for the new Spring Stock.
??"Call and examine. I intend to sell the above Goods at the lowest possible
Mar 1 tf 10
JAMES E. COOK,
STJCCESSOBS TO COOK Sc BEIRHIT,
GRANITE VILLE, S. C.,
BEGS to inform the Citizens of Edgefield and the adjacent
Districts, that he has .just returned from New York and Baltimore
with A CHOICE, WELL SELECTED AND COMPLETE]
STOCK OF GOODS, embracing every article usually kept in a
First Class Country or Village Store, consisting in part of
CHOICE DRY GOOD
BUNCH YARN, KNITTING COTTON,
HATS, GAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY
SADDLES, BRIDLES, BUGGY HARNESS,
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, NOTIONS,;
PATENT MEDICINES, ftc,
I also keep constantly on hand
Bagging, Cotton Ties, Iron, Nails,
Corn, Corn Meal, Flour,
MACKERAL IN KITS, BBLS,, AND HALF BBLS,
All of which will be Sold at the Lowest Market Price for
l^T I still Continue to Sell Cotton in this Market Free of Com
Oct2G tf 44
DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY.
WARRANTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION.
DICKSON COMPOUND ... $60 per ton Cash.
ON TIME, $70, WITH CITY ACCEPTANCE.
DICKSON COMPOUND - - $65 per lou Cash.
ON TIME, $75, WITH V CITY ACCEPTANCE.
BRA Y AGE,.;. $1 PEE TON.
We use no inferior or adulterating material in our manufactures.
Planters are invited to visit our works. Sund for circulars.
JAMES T. GARDINER, President,
LE IVIS JONES, Agent, Edgefield, S. C.
Jan 30 2m 5
PIEDMONT & ARLINGTON
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Home Office, Rielimond, Ya.
Annual Income, 1st Jan'y. 1871, % 1,440,?54,94 ?
Policies Issued to 1st January 1871, - J3,345!
ALL CASH PREMIUMS, REDUCED BY ANNUAL DIVIDENS, ON
THE " CONTRIBUTION PLAN."
The Largest Southern Company.
????.a STATE DIRECTORS :
J. P. THOMAS, JOHN MCKENZIE, R. W. GIBBES,
W. B. GULLICK, DR. ISAAC BRANCH, JOHN T. SLOAN,
THOMPSON EARLE, T. C. PERRIN, JOHN S. PRESTON,
DR. H. R. COOK, . Ex-Gov. M. L. BONHAM
Active Canvassers Wanted.
LEAPHART, JEFFERSON & RANSOM,
M. L. BONHAM,
General Agents,--Office: Coln m bin, S. C.
E. KEESE, Canvasser and Collector.
Feb 22 ly 48
Great Reduction in Prices !
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND GROCER IE V AT TEE IR TRUE]
A ND LEGITIMA TE VA L UE.
THE OLD MAXIM,
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,"
Will be Faithfully Observed by
W. A. SANDERS,
SUCCESSOR TO T. W. CARWILE,
No. 3, Park Row, Sign of the Golden Mortar,
EDGE FIELD, S. C.,
DEALER I HST
s, Medicines* Chemicals*
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
TURPENTINE, PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES, SASH TOOLS,
SPONGES, TRUSSES, LINT,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY,
And all other Articles usually kept in a First Class Drug Store.
Now on hand, and daily arriving, a full supply of Family Groceries, such as
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, MOLASSES, SYRUP,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, GRITS,
RICE, BUTTER, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
Canned FRUITS and VEGETABLES,
PICKLES, OYSTERS, SARDINES,
CANDIES, NUTS OF ALL KINDS, RAISINS, CITRON,
CURRANTS, JELLIES, BRANDY PEACHES,
FRENCH MUSTARD, CANDLES, STARCH, SOAP, and otherar
ticles too numerous to mention.
A full supply of Choice BRANDY, WHISKEY, GIN, RUM,
WINES, CHAMPAGNE, ALE, PORTER,
CONGRESS and VERMONT WATER, &c.
TOBACCO and SEGARS of thc best brands. I warrant them fine.
Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Physician of |
several years' experience. All orders answered, day or night, with care and
FARMERS and PHYSICIANS from the country will find it to their in
terest to call -nd examine my Stock, which I warrant pure, genuine and fresh,
and at prices that will give entire satisfaction.
Full supplies of Kerosene Oil on hand at .60 cts. per gallon. By the
five gallons, 50 cts. per gallon.
Just received a full supply of FRESH GARDEN SEED OF ALL KINDS,
from one of the best Houses in the United States.
IO Barrels IRISH POTATOES, especially selected for Plant
ing,-Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Pink Eye, &c. Price, $2,00 per bushel.
fl?rA call solicited.
W. A SANDERS.
Edgcfield, Feb 15 tf 8
ETI WAK GUANOS,
MANUFACTURED AT TUE
CHARLESTON, S C.,
SULPHURIC ACID I SUPERPHOSPHATE CO.
The now well-known ETI WAN GI ANO is manufactured from the Native
Bone Phosphides of Soutli Carolina. These Phosphates in their natural state are
Insoluble, and require to b* ground to powder; and made Soluble by Sulphuric
Acid. This Company has now in operation the largest Sulphuric Acid Chamber
at thc South, and are, therefore, able to manufacture at the lowest rates, th
HIGHEST GRA?)E OF FERTILIZER; it being clear that the greater th?
proportion of Soluble Phosphate any Fertilizer contains, the less the quantity
required per acre. In order to make thc Fertilizer complete, Ammonia and
Potash iu sufficient quantities are added. With these views the Company manu
facture and oller for sale
Warranted to contain from 15 to 20 PER CENT. OF DISSOL VED DONE
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and from 2 to 2h per cent, of AMMONIA,
with a sufficient addition of PERUVIAN GUANO and POTASH, to adapt
it to all crops. Price !f'55 per ton, Cash ; on Time, $150 per ton, and interest
per cent, per annum.
Of high grade, suitable for Manufacturers or for Planters, being in itself an ex
cellent Fertilizer, and specially adapted for compost. As large quantities of
Sulphuric Acid are used to dissolve t! ? Phosphate, this will bu found a cheap
and convenient way to transport that material. Thc grade furnished will be
from 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bone Phosphate. Price $40 per ton Cash; ot
Time, $45, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher grades will be
furnished to order at an additional price per ccntage.
COiYIPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
Specially prepared for composting with Cotton Seed and other plantation ma
nures. Price $35 per ton, Cash; on Time $40, with interest at 7 per cont, per
At much lower rates, consisting simply of the Native Bone Phosphates ground
to powder. Price $20 per ton Cash ; on Time, $22, and interest at 7 per cent,
WM. C. BEE, & CO , Agents,
No. 14, Adger's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
N. B.-The p?roentage of Dissolved Bone Phosphate of Li?ne and Ammonia
in all the Etiwans, is ascertained at the Works, by their Chemist, before delivery.
Should any purchaser be dissatisfied, he may return average samples of any pur
chase, within (30) days after delivery, and they will be analyzed anew, and any
deficiency iii the percentage guaranteed will be made good to him by thc Company
Jan 25 * 2m 5
GUANO FOR COTTON!
PRICE GREATLY REDUCED.
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
PRICE IN STORE, Augusta, Ga., $55 Cash, per ton of 2,000 pounds.
For Warehouse or Factor's acceptance, payable 1st November next, $65 per |
ton, without interest.
For Planter's Note, secured by lien on Crops, payable lat November next,
$75 per ton, without interest.
For Low Middling Cotton delivered at a Railroad Station, by the 1st Nov,.
15 cts. per pound will be allowed, and $65 per ton charged for " Eureka." For
lower grades of Cotton the usual difference will be expected in settlement.
Approved Acceptances, on four months' time, taken as Cash.
This FERTILIZER IS WELL AND WIDELY KNOWN, and has given
ENTIRE SATISFACTION for the last five years to alLwho have used it.
Parties wishing this well known Fertilizer would do well to send in their
orders at once.
F. W. sims & CO,, Cotton Factors, Savannah, Ga., Gen. Agents.
BEALL, SPEARS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS, AUGUSTA, GA., AGENTS.
Augusta, Jan 30 2m 6
Important to Cotton Planters.
FERTILISING AND MAMFACTURIEB COMPANY,
Have prepared a Special Fertilizer adapted to the Cotton Plant, under the
COTTON FOOD !
Which they claim to be of the highest grade of Fertilizer sold in the South,
equal in its results to Peruvian Guano, and of more permanent benefit to the
It has been us?d by SEVERAL HUNDRED PLANTERS in North and
South Carolina and Georgia for two seasons, with the following results :
It increases the crop from 100 to 200 per cent.
It resists drought in all cases. The crop is not affected by rust.
It matures the crop three to.four weeks in advance, thus insuring the crop
against early frosts, or in the event of a backward season for planting, enables
the planter to put in his crop three or four weeks later, even as late as the 1st of |
June, with a certainty of success.
If his crop is only doubled by the use of " COTTON FOOD," it will give him
from one to two hundred per cent, profit on his outlay, witk Cotton at 121 cents
per pound, and it will enable him to plant fewer acres with a corresponding re
duction of labor and expense, with better results.
O. N. BUTLER, Agent.
Feb 22 lm 9
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY!
CAPITAL - - - $1,000,000.
Soluble Pacific Guano?
This Guano is now so well known in all the Southern States for its remarka
ble effects as an AGENCY for increasing the products of labor as not to require
especial commendation from me. Its use for five years past has established'
its character for reliable excellence. The large fixed capital invested by the
Company in this trade affords the surest guarantee of the continued excellence
of its Guano.
Owing to the uncertainty of transportation, and the difficulty in obtaining
supplies when the season opens, the Company have built a warehouse just outside
the city limits, with a capacity of 3,000 tons, which is now ready for
delivery. The warehouse is open at all times, so that parties car. inspect the
Guano before;pu rchasing if they wish to do so.
Cash Price, $60 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
Time Price, $70 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.,-without in.
terest, with approved acceptance.
The Guano will be delivered to any boat or depot in the city free of drayage
This year I offer to the Patrons of the " Pacific Guano Company"
A CASH PREMIUM
Five Hundred Dollars
Greatest Yield of Cotton from One Acre,
.? BY THE USE OF
"?IE PACIFIC GUANO," OR "COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,"
Under the auspices of the " Cotton States Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair
Association," of this City. ^
J. O. MATHEWSON, Sole Agent,
285 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
Jan 15 3m 4
PACIFIC .GUANO COMPACT'S PHOSPHATEOFLIME,
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
THIS GUANO IS NOW SO WELL KNOWN
io all the Southern State? for its remarkable ef
fects as an agency for increasing the product* of
labor, a? nut to requjro special recommendation
from us. Its uso for Jlvo years past ha* estab
lished iU character for reliable excellence. Thc
large fixed capital invested by the Company in
ibi.t trude, affords tho surest guaranteo ol' thc
continued excellence of iti Uuauo.
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
Tins ARTICLE IS MANUFACTURED bv
thc PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY ut Charles
ton, S. C , under the Superintendence of Dr. ST.
JULIEN lt AVENEL.
When composted with an equal weight of Cot
ton Seed, its res ul ti have been found fully equal
to the best Maudard fertilizers. Its economy
must coinmond it to tho notice of planters gen
Fur specilic directions for composting and for
j. Ni ROBSON, I supplies, apply to
Selling A trent, Charleston, S. C. J. N. ROBSON,
JNO. S. REESE 4 CO., General Agent, Lal- mge"??Me.u*? C,?,irle!,,t"n' S' C',
[?more, Md. . I , JN0. S. REESE 4 CO., (tenernl Agouti, Eal
Cbur'leHoo, Jau 25 3m 5 Uniwr**?,
Jan. 2J Sn 5
No. 193 Broad Street,
THE FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES of the late WM. HILL, aro re
spectfully informed that the BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AS HERE
TOFORE at the Old Stand No. 193, Broad Street, where the following Good.
may tc found AT GREATLY REDUCE? PRICES:
. ' IRON, STEEL,
NAILS, AXES, HOES,.
TRACE CHAINS, PLOW LINES,
HAMES, SHOVELS, ' SPADES, MANURE FORKS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES, BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
CARPENTER'S TOOLS, TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES, &c, &c
A Fine Assortment of WOODEN WARE, consisting of BUCKETS, TUBS
CHURNS, PAILS, &c.
TIN WARE of Every Description, by the Dozen or Piece. Mending reasona
bly and promptly done.
Stoves ! Stoves !
Our Stock of STOVES is complete. THE COTTON PLANT, a
Four Hole Square Top Gtove is first class. The Oven is large and commodious,
and that part of it under the Fire-Box is unusually high and roomy. Not being
complicated in its arrangement, it is very easy to manage, and does not, like
many of the other first class Stoves, require a course of instruction to know how
to use it. Give the COTTON PLANT a trial and satiny yourself. Every
THE GRAY JACKET is a New and Beautiful Step or Premium
STOVE, gotten up expressly for the -Southern market, and is adapted particular
ly to plantation use. The GRAY JACKET is an up-draft Stove with heavy
plates, large oven and flues. It never fails to operate well. Every Stove War
Jan 18 3m 4
ALL Persons indebted to the ESTATE of
CHARLES M. FREEMAN aro hereby no
tified that I will proceed at once to collect tho
Notes and A co ?un ts due said Estate by snit un
less immediate- payment is made. Persons hav
ing demands against the Estate are requested to
hand thom in proper form to Gary ? Gary, At
torney, at Law, Edgelleld, S. C., or to the under
eigned. THOS. N. DALLIS,
Adm'or Est. Chas. M. Freeman, deo'd.
Feb 22 lm ?
A 8UPPLY of FRESH and GENUINE
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, <ko.
W. A. SANDERS, Druggist.
Mar 1 tf 10
A Card from a Prodigal Cont
I RESPECTFULLY call the attention of my
friends and tho surrounding country; to my lo
cality, known as the Grove Placo, Beech Island,
where I may at all times be found, unless profes
I keep constantly on hand a fino lot of PURE
DRUGS, und am prepared to furnish my patrons
with any Physio they m?y need.
Having lino Surgical Instruments, and consid
erable experience as a Surgeon, I am prepared to
perform all kinds of Surgical operations.
I especially call the attention of tho Ladies to
the foot that I treat Utorine Diseases very suc
cessfully, and will guarantoe a euro of any case
of five years standing.
. J.'li. SMITH, M. D.
Bath, Feb 15 8m 8
PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY MORNING
3D. IR. 3DTJRIS023.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
INVARIABLY IN A DVANCE.
The ADVERTISER is published regularly
every WEDNESDAY MORNING, nt THREE DOL
LARS per annum ; ONE DOLLAR and Fi I TV
CENTS, for Six Months; SEVENTY-FIVE
CENTS for Three Months-always in advance.
AU papers discontinued at thc expiration
of the time for which they have been paid
RATES OE ADVERTISING.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertisements will be inserted at thc rate of
ONE DOLLAR and FIFTY CENTS per Square
(10 Minion lines or less,) for tho first insertion
and ONE DOLLAR for each dubscqucntinscrticn
fi?S* A liberal discount will be made tc these
wishing to advertise by tho year.
The Original Joint Stock Life Insu
rance Company of tbe United
The lutineit of thit Company it EXCLUSIVE
LY confined to thc Insurance of first chue
healthy livct. ?
The Distinctive Feature
of the Stock system of Life Insurance, as oppni;
ed to the Mutual, is a low rate of premium fur a
stated sum insured, which is iji MEDIATE, SECUM-D;
and CERTAIN ; in lied of a high rate, of premium
with a promised dividend, which is DISTANT, CON
TINGENT and UNCERTAIN ; this so called dividend .
being morely a return of a portiou of the exc?s? '
sive and unnecessary premium charged n tho
first instance. " ?
Suppose that an individual aged thirty desires
to devote $2.00 a year for the purpose of effecting
an insurance on his life; this amount will imme
diately secure him in thc UNIVERSAL thc sum of
$11,751, payable on his decease. This sum, pcid
to a oompany charging tho ordinary mutual rates,
would sccuro him the sum of $8,474-difference,
immediately secured, in favor of the UNIVERSAL,
To illustrate the importanco to the policy hol
der of low premiums in more general terms, it
may be stated that by a reduction oi twenty-fi re
per cent, in the rate of premium, the same amount
of money will secure a policy thirty-three and one
third per cent, greater, and likewise that a reduc
tion of twenty-five percent, in the rate of premium
is precisely equivalent to an annualcath dividend
of thirty-three and one-third per cent- pay ult,: in
advance, or to a dividend of forty-five per cent.
p?yablo at the end of fivo ' r-nrsi
By tho Stock plan the fu l caih effect of thc
premium is immediately secured to the insured,
bo Company taking nil tho risk. By tho Mutual
lan the fnll valuo in insurance of tbe premium
aid is not securod to the policy holder, who tokes
portion of tho risk himself.:
charged by the "UNIVERSAL ure as low as the ac
tual experience of insured life in this country
will justify, and on thc ordinary Life and Ten
Year Non-forfeiture policies are NEARLY ONE
THIRD LOWER than thoso charged by thc ma
jority of Mutual Companies.
Special attention is asked to our "Return Pre
mium Plan," by which tho amount of the policy
is secured .-imply by the temporary depo.-it Of thc
annual premiums, which aro returned in'full, tn.
?eiher with the amount assured, to the holder '?f
policy when it shall become a claim upon tho
A < u-e is inserted in yiolicies isiiicd by
the UNIVERSAL, in which these results are di*. '
tinnily tpeeified and guaranteed.
GEO. li. LAKE,
t^*"Good Canvassed ?vanted.
EJgclield, S. C., Jan 2\ tf
For ?alo by WILCOX, GIBUS <? < 0., Im
porters and Deal jr.. in (l?anos. HSdJay Street,
Savannah: 241 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., and
151 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. And by B: A.
Jones, Ninety-Six, James Lipscomb, Chnppell's,
Wm. Butler &V.o., Pine House.
For further Informan .u, apply or ado ress cs
above for pamphlet.
Nov 23 4 m 4 S
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