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ii 1 Ti'n* ^n'a?ions Passed
JJ ..j .c?f??Atiir?~Session 1870
AN \GT .4m?irf ?ri Entitled
?A? A>-' to 'fifi[ne thc jurisdiction
.. ?'. <?nrt(xL hv Mie Sen
. . .. :' .? o?' Representatives of
.' > >!' 3 <"!.. roi in a. now met
. ti - '.. fy ..,<"..>! Assembly, and
. :tn . . f4Pr] "An act to
d 'Sn? "".he inri . <M-?-ion and duties of the
t-..,.; ,^ri r>a.?sed the tweti
. . .'; i .. v ?5 .M*o.nh(?r. 1868," be
" . \t ?hp end of
h 1. add, " and the
- sh ill ?iot. in anti
- - ri of r. <c "?vied upon the
?.mhty. draw unon'rhe eountv treasurer
for more than rhree-fourth? of the whole
amount of said tax in any one year,
nor shall any order be drawn upon the
county treasurer until after the month
ly return of the treasurer shall have
been made to be county commissioners
of the amount of funds collected, nor
unless he has the funds in the treasury
to pay the same." And the county
commissioners shall inform the county
treasurer of the orders drawn, in whose
favor, the amount, and the order in
which they ?re drawn. And should
the county commissioners, or any of
them, purchase, directly or indirectly,
any order drawn upon the county trea
surer for less than its face value, they
shall be de."med uiltv of a misdemean
or in offire, and. .p-->n conviction there
of. ?ball be nurirhed by fine or impris
onment, in the d.scretion of the court,
by any court of competent jurisdiction.
SEC. 2. At the end of paragraph 4.
section 10, add : " And all work given
out by tile county commissioners, when
the amount shall exceed the sum of one
hundred dollars, shall be doue by con
traer,, and the commissioners are here
by required to advertise the same at
least in one of the papers of the coun
ty, and also post the same in three con
spicuous places in the countv, for thirty
days, inviting proposals; said proposals
shall, in all cases, be accompanied by
two or more sureties, and the county
commissioners shall have the right to
reject any or all bids, if in their judg
ment the interests of the county so re
SEC. 3. Amend section 3 of said act
so that it will read as follows : " That
all ot* the board of county commission
ers shall be present for the transaction
of business, and shall audit and sign
all bill? ami checks. The checks shall,
in aU -.-ase-, be countersigned by the
clerk bf the board "
SEC. 4. Strike out " .November," wher
ever it occurs in the acts, and insert
Approved the 9th dav of March, A.
AX ACT to Provide for the Protection
of -Persons, Property and (he Public
Whereas, threatenings, intimidation
and violence are used in portions of the
State against rae peace of the same;
and. whereas, the laws are set at defi
ance abd the officers of the law hinder
et, prevented and obstructed in the
discharge of their duties; and, whereas,
armed, disguised nd lawless persons
are threatening, maltreating and assas
sinating peaceable and defenceless citi
zens ; therefore,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sen
ate and House of Representatives oi
the Stare of South Carolina, now met
and sitting in General Assembly, and
by the authority of the same :
That if any person shall assault or
intimidate any citizen because of politi
cal opinions or the exercise of political
rights and privileges guaranteed to ev
ery citizen of the Unired States by the
constitution and laws thereof, or by the
constitution and laws of this State, or
for such reason discharge such citizen
from employment or occupation, or
eject such citizen from rented house, or
land, or oth^r property, such person
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or, and, on conviction thereof, be fined
not less than fifty nor more than one
thousand dollars, or be imprisoned
not '.ess than three months nor more
than one year, or both, at the discretion
of the court.
SEC. 2. That if any two or more per
son shall bund or conspire together, or
go in disguise upon the public highway,
or upon the premises of another, with
intent to injure, oppress, or violate the
person or property of any citizen be
cause of his political opinions, or his
expression or exercise of the same, or
shall attempt by any mean3, measure ;
or acts, to hinder, prevent or obstruct !
any citizen in the free exercise aird
enjoyment of any right or privilege se
cured to him by the consti ution and
laws of the United Stares or by the
constitution and laws of this State, such
persons .shall be deemed guilty of a fel
ony, and, on conviction thereof, be fin
ed not less than one hundred nor more
than two thousand dollar?, or bo im
prisoned not loss than six months nor
more th'ah three months, or both, at thc
discretion of the court, and shill there
of:-:- be ineligible to, and disabled from,
hoi ling any r.ffir-e of honor, trust or
profit in this Stat ..
SEC. 3. That if. in violating any of
the provisions of this act. any other
crime, misdemeanor or felony shall be
committed, tho offender or offenders
r?!l o conviction thereof, be subs
! fr, ->i h punishment for the same
. ' . ii. aneh mime, misdemea
nor .. til? existing laws of
Pi he solicitors, sheriffs,
. ! ll lither officers in the
nits Or i'onnrieS vested with
. f arresting^ imprisoning and
f, offenders against the laws of
this o' rte. be, and are hereby, specially
AW homed arid required to institute
pr i i-.. . agajns? all and every per
_ ... DJ- .. r? who shall violate any cf
. . ?... , ..??.< ..' this. act. and cause
. . . rrVest<'d. imnnson
.. may require,
. oft rt .(?shall have
Circuit Courts of
- . -ii? ;. -uective cir
;. . winch the cir
. ... .i-.-tfly composed, shall
nave cognizance of all offences com
mitted against the provisions of this
,,,'jpj di other causes arising un
il .,1- act.
. ???o o. TIMI ii shail bethe duty of
ail sheriffs, constables, and other officers
who may be specially empowered, to
obey and execute ail warrants and otb
er processes issued uader the provisions
of this act to them directed ; and should
any sheriff, constable, or other officer
specially empowered, refuse to receive
such warrants or other processes, when
tendered to him, or neglect or refuse to
execute the same, he shall, on convic
tion thereof, be fined in the sum of five
hundred dollars, to the use of the citi
zen deprived of the rights secured by
the provisions of this act, or be impris
oned in the county jail at the discre
tion of the court. And the better to
enable the sheriffs, constables and other
officers, especially empowered to exe
cute all such warrants and other pro
cesses as may be directed to them, they
shall have authority to summon and
call to their aid, the bystanders or
posse comitatus of the proper county,
all persons refusing to obey the sum
mons or call of the officers thus empow
ered, shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and on conviction thereof,
be punished. And such warrants and
other "processes shall run and be exe
cuted oy said officers, anywhere within
the circuit or county in which they are
SEO. 7. That any person, who shall
hinder, prevent or obstruct any officer
or other person charged with the exe
cution of any warrant or other process
issued under the provisions of this act,
in arresting auy person for whose ap
prehension such' warrants or other pro
cess may have been issued, or shall res
cue, or attempt to rescue, such person
from the custody of the officer or per
son or persons lawfully assisting him as
aforesaid, or shall aid, abet or assist any
person so arrested as aforesaid, directly
or indirectly, to escape from the cus
tody of the officer or persons assisting
him as aforesaid, or shall harbor or con
ceal any person for whose arrest a war
rant or other process shall have been
issued, so as to prevent his discovery
and arrest, after due notice or knowl-"
edge of the fact of the issuing of such
warrant or. other process, shall, on con
viction, for either of said offences, be
subject to a fine not less than fifty, nor
more than one thousand dollars, or im
prisonment not less than three months
nor more than one year, or both, at
the discretion of the court having ju
SEC. 8. That any citizen who shall be
hindered, prevented or obstructed in
the exercise of the rights and privileges
secured him by the constitution and
laws of the United States, or by the
constitution and laws of this State, or
?hall be injured in his person or prop
erty, because of his exercise of the
same, may claim an'd prosecute the coun
ty in which the offence shall be com-'
mitted, for any damages he shall sus
tain thereby, and the said county shall
)e responsible for the payment of such
damages as the court may award, which
shall be paid* by the county treasurer
of such county on a warrant drawn by
tlie county commissioners thereof, which
warrant shall be drawn by the county
commissioners as soon as ? certified
copy of the judgment roll is delivered
them for file in their office.
AN ACT to Promote the Consolidation
of tue Greenville and Columbia Rail
road Company, and the Blue Ridge
Rail Road Company.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sen
ate and House or Representatives o?
the State of South Carolina, now met
and sitting in General Assembly, and
by the authority of the same, That the
Act entitled " An Act to amend the
charter of the Greenville and Columbia
Rail Road Company," passed by the
General Assembly of this State on t'he
20th day of December, 1853," be, and
rae same is hereby, re-enacted, with the
icilowing amendments or alterations:
SEO. 2. That for the purpose cf ex
nding or building or constructing a
rail road irom Greenville, all of the
provisions of Sections n:ne, ten, eleven
d twelve of an Act entitled " An Act
o authorize the formation of the Green
ville and Columbia Rail Road Compa
ny," passed on the loth day of Decem
ber, in the year 1845, be, and the same
ire hereby, re-enacted, with the follow
ing amendments or alterations:
Sro. 3. That the Greenville and Co
il mbn. Rail Road Company is authoriz
ed, so far as practicable, to purchase,
connect or unite with any connecting
Rail Road or Rail Roads, and especial
ly to extend Rail Road communication
to knoxville, Tennessee, and to Ashe
ville in North Carolina ; Provided, That,
if the Greenville and Columbia Rail
Road Company shall fail to construct
md finish the said Rail Road, "includ
ing such other Rail Road or Rail Roads
is it may unite with or acquire, to the
line between this State and North Car
olina, and Tennessee, within five years
rom the final passage of this Act, the
right to further construct said Rail
Road to Knoxville and to. Asheville shall
cease, and the time limited therefor is
hereby extended five years, from the
?nal passage of this Act; but this limi
tation shall not impair nor affect any
right? of any Rail Road or Rail Roads
acquired, united with, or constructed,
so far as acquired, united with or con
structed at the end of the time hereby
limited, nor shall anything contained
in this Act impair or limit the right or
privilege to .consolidate or unite with
any Rail Road or Rail Roads under any
general Rail Road law or laws. That
the said Greenville and Columbia Rail
Road Company shall have the power to
?onstruct and build, upon tue most
practicable route, a branch of their
road, from some point on the line of
their road, at or East of Anderson
Court House, and West of the Saluda
River, to Aiken or Hamburg, and there
connect with any Rail Road incorpora
ted under the laws of this fetaw ; and
also shall have the power to construct
and build, upon the most practicable
route, a branch of their' road From-Ab
beville Court IIouso to the Savannah
River, in tho direction of Washington,
Georgia ; also, that the said Company
shall have-the power to contract and
build, upon the most prac'icible route,
a Rail Road from Spartanburg Court.
House to the North Carolina line,
in th? direction of Asheville, or Ruth
erford, North Carolina.
SEC. 4. That in view of the consoli
dation of the Greenville and Columbia
Rail Road Company and the Blue Ridge
.Rail Road Company, the action of the
.?aid Blue Ridge Rail Road Company
in making the bonds aforesaid, an'd of
the Comptroller-General of the $tate in
endorsing the same, and thereby pledg
ing the faith and funds of the State to
the payment of said . bonds, is hereby
ratified and confirmed ; and that the
making and execution by said Blue
Ridge Rail Road Company and said
other Companies of the mortgage afore
said to Henry Clews. Henry Gourdin
and George S. Cameron, to secure the
payment of the bonds aforesaid, is also
ratified and confirmed^and said mort
gage is declared to be a lien'prior to
that of the State, on all property de
scribed in said mortga^ ?, and on the
entire line of the road aforesaid, and
on all the properties of. said several
j Companies. or which -they, or either of
them, may hereafter acquire ; but noth
ing in this Act contained shall be con
strued to divest the State of its lien oh
[;the estate and property of the several
Rail Companies, or of either of them,
for its endorsement of the bonds afore
said, but said lien is postponed to and
declared to be subject and subordinate
to that of the mortgage, hereinbefore
mentioned, to Henry Clews, Henry
Gourdin and George S. Cameron, Trus
SEC. 5. That all other statutory or
other liens or.lien, encumbrance, equi
ties or equity, except the mortgage en
cumbrances now upon the prDperty, as
sets, effects, fights and franchises of
said Greenville and Columbia Rail Road
Company, or any part thereof, and also
except the mortgage herein authorized,
shall be, and are, or is hereby, made
subsequent to the mortgage encum
brances now in existence thereon, : and
subsequent to the one herein authorized,
so that the holders of the bonds secured
bv said mortgages, or either of them,
shall have a Hen and security asbetween
each other, according to the time said
mortgages have been or shall be record
ed, and a prior lian to all other lines or
encumbrances whatsoever,, any law or
laws to the contrary notwithstanding.
SEC. 6. The following clause in Sec
tion 2 of the Act of September 15, 18
68, to authorize additional aid to the
Blue Ridge Rail Road Company, in
South Carolina, viz: " And further p-o
vided, That the said bonds, or any part
thereof, shall not be used, unless upon
the express condition that upon appli
cation to the Congress of the United
States, or to private capitalists, the
amount of three millions of dollars jn
currency, or so much of that sum as
may be necessary, shall be furnished
in exchange, or upon the security of
said bonds," is hereby repealed.
BEC. 7. .That after the consolidation
of the Greenville and Columbia Rail
Road Company with the Blue Ridge
Rail Road Company, the bonds now
held by the Greenville and Columbia
Rail Road Company and the Blue Ridge
Rail Road Company, shall be endorsed
by the consolidated Company.
SEC. 8. That if said Consolidated
Railway Company shall fail, to pay its
interest on its guaranteed debt for two
years, it shall be the duty of the Comp
troller-General of this State, and he
shall have the power to take immediate
possession of said road, with all its ap
purtenances, and lease the same to res
ponsible parties who shall have control
thereof, umtil the General Assembly
shall, by law, provide for the settlement
of the affairs of said .Company in the
interest of all its creditors.
SEC. 9. That the said Greenville and
Columbia Rail Road Company, and the
Blue Ridge Rail Road Company shall,
forever, continue and be a body cor
porate, capable of suing and being sued
in any Court of competent jurischction.
SEC. 10. That all Acts or parts of
Acts, inconsistent with this Act, or any
part thereof, ar.?, "for the purposes of
this Act, but for no other purposs, here
by amended, altered, modified, or re
peal ed, as the case may require, so as
to conform ?p the true intent and mean
ing of this Act.
SEC. ll. This Act shall tata mi?d
Approved the 6th of March, .A. D.,
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE.
By J. H. WBUBMK, IL D.
Many a human bejny has passed away for whoso
death there was no otfaur reason than U.a neglect of
known and indisputably preven means of .cora
Those near and dear to ramliy and friends are
sleeping tho dreamless slumber Into welch, hud
they aunty adopted
DB. JOSEPH H. HCHEBTCK'S SIMPLE
and availed themselves of his wonderfully effica
cious medicines, they would not have fallen.
Dr. Schenck has In his own case proved that
wherever sufllcient vitality remains, that vitality,
by his medicines and bis directions for their usc "is
Quickened Into healthful vigor.
In this.statement there is nothing presumptuous.
To the mali of tho invalid ls mode no representation
that ls noti. thousand limos uutgumt luted by jiving
and visible works. The theory of thc uure bv ?)f.
Schenck's medicines ls os simple us it ls unfailing.
Its philosophy requires no argument. It ls self-as
The Sea-weed Tonic and Mandrake-ViUs are tho
first two weapons with which the cmdel or Uio
malady ls assailed. Two-thirds of the cases of con
sumption originate In dyspepsia and a functionally
disordered liver. With this condition Uiehronchlal
tubes "sympathize" with the stomach. Thev re
b^pr.* tothemorbl/icuctlonofthe liver. Herelb-u
corni*'uu i-ulnilnatlng result, and the Bettine In,
with all iti dktVMvipr svmptoms of
The Mandrake Pills ure OOIUIMIMH] of cn? nf 'Na
ture's noblest gifts-tho Podoplilllum ??elrhtmn
They possess HU tho blood-searching, alterative
properUes of calomel, hut. unlike calomel, they
"LJEAVE NO ?TING ItEIIlND."
. Thc work yf cure ls now beginning. Tli? vitiated
and njhwus d.->i>oslts in the bowels-nifti m tho ali
mentary canal ar?; ?Jcrtett. The Uve?; Uko acJOCtr.
ls wound up. Ii aro^si.." Tom Its torpidity; The
stomach acts responsively.';g,irt jiy? patient begins
' A SUFFr.Y OF GOOD BLOUtf. :
The Sea-weed Tonic, in conjunction willi Hie Pills,
permeates and assimilates wit ii the food. Chylifl
ca?lon ls now progressing without its previous tor
tures. Digestion becomes painless, and the cure ls '
seen to he at hand. There ls no more flatulence, no
exacerbation of the stomach. An appetite sets In.
fanctions arift'tu ??&C??9 and complete the cure. It
enters at once upoif'lbvwu,-};, Natone can not be
cheotef ic collects and ripens-tim impair??! and
dLseaseu portions of the lungs. In th?' form o?
gatherings. lt prepares them for expectoration and
lo! lu a very short time the malady Ls vanquished,
the rotten throne that lt occupied is renovated ana
mode new, and the patient, In nil Hie dignity of re
gK1t?fr V!^or' Ht*,I1J* forth to enjoy the muuhood or
womanhood tho! was
Pg- . ??V?H rr AS Z.OST.
The second tiling is-, tho-paiie^ts n-i'st ?t.av In a
warm room unlU thoy gel well;' i;Ts z\n\b?: inii^s
slblo to prevent taklngcoid when the lungs ure dis
eased, but lt must bo prcvenied or a cure can not he
effected. Fresh air and riding out. especially to this
section pf the country, in the fun und winter sea
son, are ali wrong. pufn^nn woe. recommend
that course lose their patients, lt ;halr lungs are
badly diseased: und yet, "because wey acorn the
bpuhfiney IMUB| not sit down quiet; they must walk
about the room os much npd as fast-as the strength
will bear, to got op a good elroulatfon of blood, Thc
Satienta must keep in good spirits-o? d?termlned
) get well. This has a great deal to do with the
appetite, and ls the great i>omtto gain.
"To despair of core after such evidence of Its pos
sibility In the worst OUSOH, and moral certainty in
au others, fa? sinful. Dr. Schonck's personal state
. ment to tho Faculty of own cure waa in these
"Many years ago I was In the lost stages of con
sumption ; .confined to my bed, and at one time my
physicians thoughtthat Icouldnotllve.aweek; then.
?.'OJWI>II)? tnan.cntchlnjr at straws, I heard of
and obtiluied ave wcjsrutlons which I now otrer to
the public, and WiHnBiilay,jMgfcgt miro of me. It
seemed to roe that I could fcol tT??rt?-f,eij.,i. te my
whole system. They soon ripened the ui?r? onii roy
lungs,and I would spit up more thanaplntof oiren
sive yellow matter every morning for a lone time.
. As soon aa that began to subside, my cough,
fever, pains, and night-sweats all began to leave me
mv aPPet"e became so great that lt was with
difficulty that I could keep from cating.too much.
tJSPftfljBgfl my strength, and have grown in flesh
"Iwiis welshed shortly af??r myrecovpry," added
the Dootor, " then lookjuglikfc ii pun (lrolot?n ; my
weight was only ninety-seven bounds; rjy pr?vat
weight fe two hundred and twenty-live ??ag, poiiliii*,
andrer years I ha vpenjoyed uninterrupted health.?;
Dr. Schenck has dpiiomlnuuij bis professional
visits to New York and Boston, Hp op his son, Dr.
J. H. Schenck, Jr.. stilt continuo to see patients at
tlieir OIlice.No.15NorthSixth Street, Philadelphia, .
every Saturday from 9 A.M. to 3 p.v. Those who .
wish a thorough examination with the Itesplro
metcrwlll hs charged The Resplrometerdeclares
the exact condition of the lungs, and patients can
readily learn whether Uioy aro curable or not.
The directions for taking tho medicines nra adapt
ed to the Intelligence even of a child. Follow tlitsi?
directions, and kind Naturowlll do the rest, oxoept
iDg that m some cases the Mandrake Pills are to be
tasen in Increased doses? the three medicines need
no other accompaniments than the ample instruc
tions that accompany ihemi First create, appetite.
Of returning health, hunger ls the meit welcome
symptom. When lt come?, as Itwill eome.let the
despairing at once be of good cheer, flood blood at
once follows, the cough loosens, the night-sweat is
abated. In a short time both of these morbid symp
toms are gone forever.
. Dr. Schenck's medicines aro constantly kept In
Lolit; .of laojagmoj of families. As a laxative or pur
gative, theWariHrako SUM urn a standard prepara
tlon; while the Pulniohf?'Srrup.?-j acnrccfcopKbs
and colds, may be regarued us a prbphyl'aeierlu
against consumption In auy of lld forms.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Sea-weed Tonic
tUO a bottle, or $7.50 a half dozen. Mandrake Pills'
io cents a box. Forsale by all druggists and dealers
JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Place, New
York, wholesale Agents
?J -No. 193 Broad Street,
THE FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES of the late WM. HILL, are re
spectfully informed that the BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AS HERE
TOFORE at the Old Stand No. 193, Broad Street, where the following Goods
may be found AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES :
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, &o.
A Fine Assortment of WOODEN WARE, consisting of BUCKETS, TUBS
CHURNS, PAILS, &c.
TIN WARE of Every Description, hy the Dozen or Piece. Mending reasona
bly and puomptly done.
Stoves ! Stoves !
Our Stock of STOVES is complete. THE COTTON PLANT,
Four Hole Square Top Stove 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 satisfy 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
PACIFIC GU ANIO COMPANY!
CAPITAL - - - $1,000,000.
Soitible Pacific inane.
....*:2-.:iL-,'??'vufe> V ' ? .
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 foi
delivery. The warehouse is open at all times, so that parties can inspect the
Guano before purchasing 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 thc city free of drayage
Thi: yea: I offer'^o'the'Patrons of the " Pacific Guano Company"
A CASH PREMIUM
P^ive Hundred. Dollars
Greatest Yield of Cotton from One Acre,
EY THE USE OF
Under the auspices of the " Cotton States Mechanics' and Agricultural Fai:
Association," of this City.
J. Q, MATHEWSON, Sole Agent,
285 Broad Streel, Augusta, Ga,
Jan 15 3m 4
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO
J. HIS GUANO IS NOW SO WELL KNOWN
in all the Southern States for Its remarkablo ef
fects as an agency for increasing tho products of
labor, as not td require special recommendation
from us. Its UPC for. five years past has estab
lished its character for reliable excellence. Tho
large fixed capital inposted by tho Company in
this trade, affords the surest guarantee of tho
continued ?cellenco of its Guano.
J, N. ROBSON,
Sellin? Ascntj'??mrlcstoii, S. C.
JNO. S. HEESE i CO., General Agent, Bal
Marleston/Jan 25 ' 3m 1 5
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED
TlIIS ARTICLE IS MANUFACTURED b^
the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY at Charle?
ton, S. C., under tho Suporiutcndonco of Dr. ST
JULIEN R AVENEL.
When composted with ?in equal weight of Cot
ton Seed, its results huv? bevn found fully cqua
to the best standard fertilizers. Ifs ceonoav
must commend it to the notice of planten gen
Fur specific directions (.>* composting ond fo
supplios, apply lo
J. fe? ROBSON,
Sellins Agent,' Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE i CO., General Agents, Ral
Jan. 23 3m 5
FOR SALE BY
The Great Fertilizer for Cotton
an4 all Crops
Tho unparalleled suocess of thia (Jrest Fertilizer oil ALL CHOPS, proves i
to le the BEST and CHEAPEST MANURE now offered in Hie market.
It has been uaed by many of the most eminent Planters in the South, and
InnEnn?X??^le Instance it hais Given Entire Satisfaction
Un COTTON its effects have been particularly marked. It is no rare thi in
for WHANN'S PHOSPHATE to increase the yield from ONE HUNDREI
TO TWO HUNDRED E?R CENT., or even more !
..Ir.-Geo.:C. D:xon;'an .eminent planter of Cameron, Ga., in a letter to thc
Banner ? Planter, says that in an experiment with seven leading Superphos
phates and Guanos, the WHANN'S proved itself the best of all those tried
paying a net profit at the low market rate of ?20,90 per acre of Cotton. A copv
of-Mr. Dixon's letter furnished on application. . -
FOR SALE BY lv ? .
? BERRING & CO.,
Charleston, S. C., and Augusta, Ga.
Jan ll 1 '?m 3
OF THIS POPULAR FERTILIZER
Has Been Reduced
FOR THE SEASON QF 1871,
TO MEET THE NECESSITIES^THE ? %
AND HAS.BEEN FIXED AT
CASH--Fifty Dollars per Ton of 2,000 Lbs, at Factory.
TIME-Fifty-five Dollars per Ton of 2,000 Lbs, at Facto
ry, Payabl? 1st November, 1871, WITHOUT INTEREST..
WM. C. DUKES & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
WM. E??TIER & CO.,
. AGENTS AT EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Jan ll 3m 3
Watches and Jewelry
THE Subscribers would respectfully inform tho Citizens of Edgefiild and-sttTrounding country
that they hare just received a Large Assortment of WATCHES, of the Best^M?n?faoture-,
which they will offer at lower rates than any House in the City.
Itraddition, will be found a large Stock of FINE GOLD JEWELRY, set with Diamonds,
Rubies, Garnets, Coral,-BRIDAL SETS OF PEARL-NUPTIAL RINGS-WATCH CHAINS,
CHARMS, Ac. .
A Fine Assortment SOLID SILVER WARE, embracing FULL TEA SETS, WAITERS
Ice and Water PITCHERS. CASTORS, Berry and Butter DISHES, Card RECEIVERS, Card and
Cake BASKETS, Cordial STANDS, GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS and SPOONS, and everything in
the Silver Ware lino. .
Always on hand a snperb stock of GUNS AND PISTOLS, consisting of Fine Single and
Double Barrel GUNS, and Coif, Smith & Wessen, Remington, Cooper, Sharp and Derringer PIS
TOLS, and many others of the latest invention.
Also, FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, WALKING CANES, P0RTEM0NNIES, and FANCY
GOODS of every variety to be found in a first class Jewelry Establishment.
Wo would also romind the public that wo keep a Special Establishment for the REPAIR of fine
V\ ATCHES and JEWELRY. All work entrusted to our caro will bo executed promptly, neatly,
?ind warranted for one year.
A. PR0NT?UT & SON,
1C3 BROAD ST., ouc Poor below Augusta Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Dec 10 ly . 51
GUANO FOR COTTON!
PRICE GREATLY REDUCED.
"EUREKA " , s
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 1st November next,
S75 per ton, without interest.
For Low Middling Cotton delivered at a Railroad Station, by the 1st Nov,.
15 cts. per pound will bc allowed, ?ml $G5 per ton charged for " Eureka." For
lower grades of Cotton the usual deference will be expected in settlement.
Approved Acceptances, on four month.-, time, taken as Cash.
This FERTILIZER IS WELL AND WIDELY KNOWN,, anti Sm "given
ENTIRE SATISFACTION for the last live years to all who havened- $J ?
Parties wishing this well known Fertilizer would do well to send in then
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 G
1000 TONS WHITELOCE'S VEGETAT0R,
Too well and. favorably known in Edgefield and adjacent Cpuuties to
require especial commendation. We refer to all who have "us?d' ijt.
Our Prices are $70 Cash, or $80 on Time.
300 TONS WHITELOCE'S DISSOLVED BONES,
Containing about 30 per cent, of SOLUBLE BONE PHOSPHATE, and
hence probably not equaled by any offered for sale in the State.
Cash Price, $65. Time' Price, $75.
200 TONS PURE No 1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
CHINCHA ISLAND, and coming to us direct from, the Store-Houses of
the Peruvian Govcrnments'"Agents.
100 TONS PURE G?ANAPE PERUVIAN GUANO,
100 TONS PURE LAND PLASTER.
In offering the above FAVORABLY KNOWN and MUCH USED
GUANOS, we deem it only necessary to say to our friends and planters
generally, that, as heretofore, they will be found from actual results such as
Flaying made arrangements for ample supplies, we are prepared to fill all
orders promptly ; and would urge upon all the importance of sending in their
orders early, so as to anticipate the usual nish on our Railways during the early
JBSTFor further information, send to us for pamphlets and speciaLtestirnonials.
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
Cotton Commission Merchants and Dealers in Guano,
No. 159 Reynolds Street,
Jan 15 3m4
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
Mattings, f Window Shades,
Rugs, Mats, Crumb Cloths, Hassocks,
Lace Curtains, Cornices, B.ands and Pins,
Damask's, Reps, Terrys, Center Tassels and Loops,
Moreen, Hair Cloth and Trimmings,
Picture Tassels, Cords and Nails, Piano and Table Covers.
Wall Papers, Bord?rs, Paper Shades, Screens, &c,
The above new Goods of our own importation are now being opened, and
will be sold as low as in any house North or South.
Our customers and the public atv. invited to call and examine them.
Carpets made and laid promptly. Oil Cloths cut and laid ; Window Shades
hung; Curtains made and put up, and all work in the Upholstering line done
promptlp by competent workmen, by
JAMES C. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Also, a Large and Select Stock of
Choice Family Groceries, Plantation Supplies,
Wood and Willow Ware, on our. te wer .floor.
Augusta, Sept 28 -6m' ; 40
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS A
WITI. KNABE & CO.,
amt. SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the Public for
nearly Thirty Yean, and upon their excellence alone
attained an unpurcha?ed pre-eminence, which pro
nounces them unequalled. Their
is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the stiffness
found In so many Pianos.
t$ great pow?
ell as great fi
out the entii
alion ar?}' fiy^ttrxfi
they are unequalled using none but the very best SEA
SONED MATFUIA L, thc large ccpital employed in our bu
siness euabjing ui to KC/QTOBBHH-liMiu immeD.e
stock of tu m ?fer, ?tiRianBf ^m
py All uar SQUAEE PIANOS hare our New Improved
Otfrxtrnng Scale and thu AOBAJTE TEZBLX. ,
J37~We would call special attention to our late Im
provements in GRAND PIANOS AND
S QUAKE GRANDS, PATENTED AUGUST 14,
iso?, which bring the Piano nearer perfection than has
:y el been aUainedl
Every Piano fully Warranted for 5 Years.
We have made arrangements for the SOLE WHOLE
SALE AGENCY for thc most celebrated PAP.LOK OR
GANS AND MELODEONS, which we offer Whole*ile
and Retail, at Lowest Factory Prices.
WAI. KNABE & CO.,
Sept 20_g-fr-y . ?n?tr~r g
TO CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS
All Retail Orders Amounting to 920
and Over Delivered in any Part
of the Country
FREE OF EXPRESS CHARGES.
H?XVHLTOiM EASTER & SONS,
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
In order the better to meet the wasts of their Re
tail Customers at a distance, have established A
and will, npen application, promptly tend by mail
full lirPsjrtmAtfQfles MMMeweft and most
EA?hionaileaaood?, otV?HTCH, ENGLISH
and DOMESTIC MANUFACTUKE, guarantee
ing at all times to sell a* Um, if not &tlctt pricet,
than any house in the country, ". . ? 0
Buying" our goods-from-the l?fgestaid''most
celebrated manufacturers in ths different parts of
Europe, and importing the same by Steamers di
rect to Baltimore, our stock is at all timej sup
plied with the novelties of the London and Paris
-A? we bajjaniLBelLon/y^WewA, and make mo
hidjebtt, '?w'o^Te 'ablD<iiid;jwill; to sell our
roods at FROM TEN TO FIFTEEN PM CENT. LESS
PROFIT than if wo gave credit.
In tending for tamplet tpeei/y the kindof goode
desired. We keep the best grades of every .class
of goods, from the lowest to the most costly..
Ordert unaccompanied by the ca uh will .be tent
PROMPT-PAYING WHOLESALE BUYERS
are invited to-inspect the Stock in our Jobbing
and Package Department;-' Address
HAMILTON EASTER A SONS.
197,199,201 and ?03 West Baltimore St.,
Nov. 15 .ly 47
>L^~SEN? FOR A CIRCULAR. r=^
.SEND FORA CIRCULAR
Sept 20 ly
T. F. BaoDie. R. R. Huofliss. H. C. HTJDOINS
North Atlantic IVnarf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS MADE ON
^-Refer to ANDREW SIM0NDS, Efq.,
President National Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Aug 25 8m 35
haw's Cati3ii; Seed Huller*
Agents,-BRODIE & CO.,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Charleston, S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON,' S. Q.:
* LargeBt and most complete "j
Manufactory'of Doors, Sashe?, I
Blinds, Mouldings, ?c., in the ?
Southern States. J
Printed Price List Itofies Competition
BEND FOB ONE.
SENT FREE ON APPLICATION.
April 27 ly 13
Board and Tuition per annum,$22C.
HELLM?TH'S LADIES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated by U.R.H.Prince Arthur. Board and
Tuition per annum, *?86. PwstDZNT: Thc-Very Rev.
I. Hellmuth, D. D., Dean of Huron. For Partie lars
apply to Maj. Evans,London, Canada West. 1y?9
The Old Well-Kno-wn
1 Firm of '
F, A, BfA HF. & eu,
206 Broad Street,
HAVE just received their LARGE AND ELE
GANT Stock of FINE
Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware,
Suitable for Bridal and Holiday Present--, con
sisting in part of DIAMONS, PEARLS and
OTHER PRECIOUS'. STONES," Sterling SIL
VER WARE, FANCY GOODS, CLOCKS, Fine
TABLE CUTLERY, and QUADRUPLE PLA
TED WARE. .
?jPWork done in the usual good manner and
, Augusta, Oct 17 Cm 4Z