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Be true to yourself at the start, young
l?e true to yourself and to God ;
Ero you build your house, mark .well the
Test ail thc ground, and build you not
On the saud or thc shaking sod.
Diet, dig the foundation deep, youngman.
Plant firmly the outer wall ;
Let the props be strong and tho roof be
With an open turret toward tho sky,
T n rough which heaven's dews may fall
Let this bc tho room of the soul, young
When, shadows shall herald care :
.V chamber with never a roof or thatch
To hinder the light-or door or latch
To shut in the spirit's prayer !
Build slow and sure-'tis for life, young
A life that outlives the breath ; ^
For who shall gainsay the holy word,?
" Their words ?lo follow them," saith'the
" Therein there is uo death."
Build deep, and high, and broad, yoong
fis the needful case demands ;
Let your title-deeds be clear and bright,
Till Vou enter your claim to the Lord of
For thc house not made with hands.
Sense in Business.
Henry Ward Beecher says : There
are many difficulties and objections in
respect to Hie insurance r?sting nj^on
tlie minds of good men, and the fol
lowing questions have been put to us
. and to others on this subject:.
1. Has a man a right to make the
continuance of his life the basis of
bargains-? Is it not turning a very
solenxn thing into a mere commercial
Life insurance is nothing but a
mode of laying un money for one'*
family or for dependents. Every
prudent man that '-an doit, provides,
while he is strong, for the time when
he shall be weak, and seeks, for the
same reason, while he is with his
family, to make provision for their
wants when he shall be removed. In
one sense, ev -ry prudent man inajkes
his own decease the b:;.~ir of com
mercial action. He ought to do it.
Every reason which makes it a man's
duty to provide for his family while
living, acts with yet greater force to
secure for them a comfortable subsis
tence after he shall have been remov
ed from them.
2. But are we not forbidden to
" take thought for the morrow ?"
Not in the sense now attached to
the "taking thought." The thing
forbidden is undue anxiety about
temporal matters. We are forbidden
to fret and worry about our future
support. One way to avoid that sin,
is to secure the future by a wise
. providing. Who is most likely to
worry about the fate of his wife and
children-a man who has money"laid
up for them, or one who has not; a
cent to pay his own funeral expen
3. But has a man the right to take
the future cut of God's hands ? Ought
we not to trust in Providence ?
A man that does all that he knows
how to do, and nobody else, has- a
right to trust in Providence. God
gave us reason that it might be used.
God is honored by those who use ?his
gifts, and not by lazy o tupid folks,
who think that doing nothing is
trusting Providence !
" Trust in the Lord, and do good-, so
shalt thou dwell in the land, ind
verily thou shalt be fed."
We have no right lo trust God fi.r
anything which he has enabled u?t to
obtain by our own skill und industry.
Providence will not pay a premium
4. Granting that there are no mor
al objections to lifa insurance, are
then; not better ways for laying up
for one's family ? Is it not better to
invest in re^l estate, or put money in
There is no doubt that in either o!
these methods a family may be pio
vided for. But it must be remembc -
ed that you take upon yourself all
the risks in such a case. Your af
fairs may become involved, and your
property taken for debt. Your stocks
and shares may fall in value. But
a policy upon your life cannot be
taken for debt ; cannot be alienated
iromyour heirs; and, if you have
chosen your company discraetly, is
subject to no commercial risk. It
is as nearly sure as anything earthly
5. There ii an objection found'1'!
upon the risk of losing one's policy
u ?glects the payment of the
This difSc'ulty is obviated in all
good insuvr.nc? companies, by an ;<r
rangement for commutaioh. If one
can no longer p ty hiV-fffemium, he
can seil Iiis policy to the compajuy
for a given ?um, which is de1 ermined
not by tho aprioe of directors, on
upon a regular Kale; or, he ?an
commute for a . roj >rtioo,ate part [o
his original . ?ii /, which shall be
paid to his neir.s, wititpiU fu ?\< i ?Li
final payments on bi3 part. On*
. doe- ii'.*, lose what he has piid in.
A lajrge proportion returns to him.
That winch is retained is equitably
retained for ex] ens s md for the -risk
of his life underfwhich the compmiv
Influence of Fr. ity tioraeni
Life becomes more harmonious; it
' ! (.;it.i with a keener pulse of enjoy
ment, iu the presence of pretty wo
men. Atter all, a charming little
figure, a piquant little face, is th?
best: remedy for Half the worries ol
existante, its vexations its duHnes -,
its disappoint men fe. And even'in
the larger and .nore placid types of
beauty of a Lady DumbeUe, if there
is a tinge of stupidity, there is at any
rate, an ataiostphere of repose, a
genial influence, moulding our social
converse andi habits into gender
ir i:> amusing to see how the pret
tiness of a woman tells on her dress,
how the onie/ and proprie y of bei
dress tells on the home. The pursuit
of beauty, thc habit of prettiness,
give an ideal dignity to the arrange
ment o* her bonnet string.s. In every
movement, in the very sweep of her
ample folds in the pose of her lan
guor, in the gay start, of her excite
ment, one feels the softening, har
monizing influence of her last look tn
the glass. She muy be gay or sor
rowful, quiet or energetic, but she
must be pretty. Beauty exercises an
imperceptible compulsion over her,
which moulds her own life into grace
ful, and harmonious form. Her dress
! rises out of the mere clothing of man
into the rigions of science, or poetry,
of art. A thousand considerations of
taste, harmonies of color, .contrasts,
correspondencies, delic tte adj ustments
of light and shade, dictate the choice
of a shawl or the tint of a glove.
And as prettiness tells on dress, it
tells on the home. Flowers, pictures,
the gay notes of a sonata, the choi
cest, gorgeous hues of Indian tapes
try, glass-work nf Muranu, a hundred
exquisite somethings and nothing?,
are the natural setting of pretty wo
men. The art of the boudoir tells
ou all but the chaos of the iiusband's
study. Around that last refuge of
barbarism floats an atmosphere of
taste and refinement in which the
pretty wife lives and moves and has
her being. Aud from this tone of
t ie homo grows the tone of society,
the social laws of good humor, of
propriety, ol self-restraint, of consid
eration for others, of gentleness, of
vivacity. The very hush of the
rough tones that thurdered over Pe
loponnesus as Pericles bends over
Aspasia, the little turnings and deleca
cies of phrase, the joyous serfdoms
and idleness of the manliest and most
energetic of men, tells of the triumph
of pretty women.
South Carolina Phosphates,
[From the "Washington Chronicle.]
? everal years ago an underlying
deposit was discovered around Char
leston, S. C., which, upon analysis,
WHS found to be phosphatic rock, com
posed largely of bones of extinct ani
mals and fishes. Its fertilizing quali
ties have lately made it prominent
among the commercial manures of the
day. The bones of mammoths, mas
tadons, megatheriums, myladons, meg
alonyxes, phocadons, and of several
extinct species of the saurian genus
are found in abundance. Bones and
teeth of horses, dogs, sheep, cattle,
and hogs are also found, mingled oc
easionallv with human bones, stone
hatchets, antique crockery, &c. This
rock, when ground fine, is said to
equal calcined bone, having seven
per cent, of organic animal matter,
highly nitrogenous, and yielding one
and a half per cent, of ammonia. *
Fifteen companies, with an aggre
gate capital of over two millions, are
now engaged in manufacturing com
mercial fertilizers from this material.
It is ?.'round fine and mixed with sul
ph uric'acid, which, by abstracting a
portion of its limy base, leaves it a
superphosphate. A little Peruvian
?mano adds greatly to its value. In
?S67 five tons cf this manure were
shipped to Europe for experiment, in
1868 this export arose to thirty tons,
and tn 1869 to 8,000 tons. Compa
nies are now shipping 1,000 tons per
day, mostly to England. One com
pany has a contract to deliver 200,000
tons. The State collects a duty of
one dollar per ton on the manufac
What Grunt Uhi-pered to Lee*
When Lee and Grant met at the
house of Mr. McLean, near Appo
mattox Court House, to arrange for
the capitulation of the army of North
ern Virginia, an incident occurred
which has remained unexplained for
over six years. The terms of the
proposed surrender were discussed
freely and openly. Drawing his chair
np to that of the Confederate chief
tain, Grant whispered a few earnest
words in the ear of Lee. A haughty
shake of the head from the latter,
and a brief answer in undertone, evi- ?
dently of a peremptorily negative or
der was noticed by those in atten
dance. The import of that bit of
mysterious by-play has just been fur
nished for the first time. In the Au
gust number of Old and New, Ed
ward A. Pollard, the historian of the
Confederacy, reveals the secret. The
whispered confab was nothing less
than a proposition from Grant that
Lee's soldiers should then and there,
subscribe to the oath of allegiance,
in which event the Federal satrap
guaranteed that they should be re
stored, on the spot, to all the rights,
privileges and immunities of Ameri
If a long and bitter subsequent
experience of: Grant's audacity had
net blunted thc country's tenderness
in the matter of being snubbed, over
riddeu, and bushed, this astounding
declaration might be expected to cre
ate a profound sensation. By what
right a paid military servant- of the
nation should arrogate to himself the
functions of Congr? ss and President,
perhaps the fuming Radical newspa
pers that raised su h a howl of an
guish over the famous negotiation,
between Generals.Sherman and John
ston, a few days later, will now rise
and explain.-Chicago Times.
Plastering the Wrong Man.
A Newport correspondent of the
New York Commercial Advertiser re
lates the foliowir.g as one of the mis
takes incident to hotel life-when
parties are in a hurry and the gas
turned off :
I heard such an excellent story,
an t knowing it to be a fact I must
re?ate it. A gentleman and wife on
a traveling tour stopped at a hotel.
T.;H gentleman was an invalid, jaunt
ing tor health, and was subject to
sever attiieka of spasms in his chest,
which nothing would relieve buta
bi isl <?r, .o iii? absence of that a
good liol 'Mis:.nd piaster. They
read cl the strange hotel late in thc
diiv, and in the night Mr.-was
taken very ill. li,- wife was unable
t.? iiiiil any remedies at hand among
her traps, but remembering to have
seen the castor containing mustard
on the sideboard of the dining hall,
and being reluctant to arouse the
servants, she flew down with a light,
and made a plaster as ?quick as pos
sible. Now the room she occupied
.vas at the head of the stairs, on the
right ham! coining up, but there was
one precisely similar to it on the left
-ide. Just as she reached tife head
<<f the staircas her light went out.
but wishing to bring relief to the
satterer as quickly as possible, she
went into h<-.r room on the right, as
she supposed, and Hying up to the
occupant >f the bed-her husband,
ot course-raised the clothing and
c apped the plaster on his chest. Just
as it touched the individual in ques
tion, what was her fright and horror
at being assailed with a strong ex
pletive, and at discovering she had
i urned to the left instead of the right,
nd entered the wrong apartment.
Chi.' hurry with which she entered
-, is ti"t quite equal to that with which
she retreated, and finding her own
mau ?Mid felling him the story, he
laugheVi so outrageously as to get
cured without any plaster at all. So
mortified was the lady, however, that,
sile insisted on leaving the hotel the
next morning, at an hom- sufficiently
early to avoid meeting the victim of
DRAWING.-"Can you draw at all,
yuung man," asked Uncle Raphael
of an applicant for private instruc
" Oh yes, considerable," replied
the candidate. " At ten yearsol age
I could draw beer, cider, or a sled
up a hill ; at twelve a truck loaded
u ith cabbage ; at fifteen a prize in a
lottery ; at seventeen an inference ;
and at twenty a bill of exchange.
If I were an actor, I reckon I could
draw the largest kind of a house ;
but I am going to be a teache -, and.
shall have to be content with draw
ing a salary-the bigger the better."
"Well you may draw up a chair
arid sit down," said Uncle Raphael ;
" you'll do for a beginner."
Not One of Them Ar Sort.
At a session of tte' Circuit Court
of Mississippi, at a county term, the
lawyers were in the habit of putting
up at a house of entertainment kept
by a buxom widow lady, of a very
high sense of propriety and great
dignity of deportment. This lady
Presided at the head of the table
uring meals, and the place of honor
at her right hand was regarded as
due to the most staid, proper and
elderly member of the bar. By
unanimous consent of the, lawyers,
Colonel B-, a very raddest, dis
creet and pious counsellor, was elect
ed for this distinction. Now, though
posessing many sterling virtues, Colo
nel B-possessed one weakness,
but it was not a weakness of the
head or heart, but of the eyelids.
He had the habit of winking inces
santly and involuntarily, which, with
persons who did not know the cause
of it, left an unfavorable impression
of the Colonel's seriousness and sin
cerity. . ...
W neu on the first occasion the
Colonel took possession of the seat
nearest to " mine hostess" his bland
and amiable expression and dignified
address created yiite a favorable im
pression upon her ladyship, The
soup was over and the hostess began
to ply the Colonel with various
tempting dishes, all of which he ac
cepted or declined with a pleasant
smile, and with his invariable wink.
At last it was perceptible to the com
pany that the hostess was eyeing ^her
distinguished; guest rather inquir
ingly and significantly ; these glan
ces were always met by the Colonel
with his usual smile and wink. Fi
nally, to the horror of the bar and
utter annihilation of the worthy
Colonel, the hostess slapped the table
indignantly with her right hand, and
fixing her eyes very pointedly and
fiercely upon the objectof her wrath,
cried out at the top of her voice :
" You sanctified, weazen faced old
villain, I'lMetyou know Tm'notone
of thew, ar sort I"
What might have followed this ex
plosion of wrath it would be impos
sible to conjecture, as the unfortunate
possessor of the weak eyelids de
camped in haste from the seat of
honor, and he never after could be
persuaded to act the agreeable to
buxom widows. ..
Abou Ben Butler.
Ahou Ben Butler (may his ?tribe de
Awoke one night from a deep dream of
And saw-illuminated hy the silver moon
And glistening like (curse similes!) a
A goblin writing in a book of gold,
A fellow-feeling made Ben Butler hold,
And to the presence in the room he said,
" What writest thou !" The vision raised j
And, with a squint peculiarly uncivil.
Answered, n The name of those who
serve the d-1." . . , ;
"And is minoone!" said Butler; "Well ?
Replied the demon. Butler muttered
"jes so ;" .
Then louder-"If thero's any dohht,
Write mo as ono who only nerves him
The goblin wrote and vanished. The
It came, blue-glearning with a sulphur
-.vnd showed the names who served Old
Nick the best.
And lo ! Ben Butler's name led all the
% rest !
A GOOD JOLE.-A rich joke is told
of Tim Murphy, of Atlanta, now
dead, which is too good to be lost.
Tim was traveling on the West
Point Road, on a train controlled bj?
Conductor Moore and Engineer Buice.
One night, about two. o'clock, the I
train rah into a large embankment of
dirt, usually called a slide, by rail
road men and. miners; - which com
pletely upset /everything, to the inju
ry ot many passengers, including all
ages, colors arid sizes, The conduct
or and engineer, neither being injur
ed, was going the rounds to see the
extent of the disaster. They found
the passengers piled out in utter con
fusion, one badly suspended from a
window by her crinoline, hollowing |
in a mournful voice for help, who tfas
Next they came to Tim Murphy,
who was going on at a mournful rate.
" Well," says Conductor Moore,
-"how are you_ getting along."
"Oh !" says Tim : "Scalded, scald
ed-badly scalded!" Upon exami
nation, they found that the cooler,
containing ice water,, had upset its
contents upon Tim and so great was
his fright, that he imagined he was
badly scalded. .
How TO GET RICH.-Josh Billings
ought to haye this secret. ''But "be's
a little late, and so we fix it 5 up' for
him, as a contribution for hia next
,; Allminax." A couple of uneduca
ted but apparently well-to-do Boston
men, in active business, on Saturday
last, came together upon a busy street
corner, where for a lew minutes they
had a red-hot chat over some trivial
business matter. The pith of the
thing was this : One had been doing
something for the other, and to get
even for his work, had sent in his
bill, which was regarded as rather
steep. After a little savage and
rather profane talk, the man who
had done the work straightened
hirnseif out and sugared the thing off
into a bit of "Josh" philosophy,
and in a very cool but dignified man
ner said to him interrogatively :
"Well, ain't it better to be a d-dj
hog and get good pay for what you
do, than to be a good fellow and get
kicked from pillow to post?" Ii
that remark don't contain, in nut
shell/ the secret of success in busi
ness, then what does ?-Boston Her
M. , ._
THE undersigned, COTTON FAC
TORS, and GENERAL COMMIS
SION MERCHANTS, of Augusta, Geor
gia, take pleasure in announcing to the
public generally, and particularly to the
citizens of Edgefield andadjoining Coun
ties of South Carolina, that they have
associated with their Arm, Capt. LEWIS
JONES, of Edgefield County, S. C.. who
is duly authorized to receive and extend
orders, or transact any inatterof bus:ness
connected with our House.
Wo earnestly solicit a liberal share of '
patronage, and guarantee full satisfaction
to our rustomers.
JENNINGS, SMITH eft CO.
?y We have for Sale PURE PETTIT
GULF COTTON SEED, at One Dollar
Augusta, Mar. 29,1871, tf 16
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
VVlhL Practice in Edgefield, Lexington,
Barnwell and Richland.
Columbia, Mar 8 ly ll
H. PARKER. B. U. TBAQ??.
PARKER & TEAGUE,
. : EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Omen next to Masonic Hall oa Weit aide.
Mar '5_6m 18
ANICE Lot of HAIR and TOOTH
BRUSHES, at , . i .
. G. j y, PENN'S ?rug Store.
t? 14 Vii ?4 ?
terni Film Distrlfeatiea.
Ml Al lill
The undersigned have entered into an Association for the purpose of in
Itroducing Immigrants into South Carolina and procuring homes?for-the sam?.
They propose to establish Agenci?is in the principal Citaes ofrEuxope and the
North and Northwest, and assist Immigrants in coming to our State*, where
they will have homes provided, and aid*themin becoming permanent settlers
upon, the soil. y:
They will be able to offer the best Cotton, Grain and Truck Land in the
healthy portions of the. State/at very lowprices, and on long credit, enabling
the purchaser to pay; for the same!out of tn* crops raised.
To ey will also assist Immigrants, when necessary, to transportation and
subsistence .for the first year.
Circulars'will be prepared and distributed, explaining our plans more in
Central Office, ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CORNER KING AND MARKET
STREETS, Charleston, South Carolina.
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
References in South Carolina :
General WADE HAMPTON,
Hon. B.P. PERRY,
Governor M. L. BONHAM,
General JOHNSON HAGOOD,
Hon. ARMISTEAD BURT,
Hon. JAMES CHESNUT,
General JOHN S. PRESTON,
Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
ANDREW SIMONDS, Esq.,
Hon. G. A. TRENHOLM,
Governor J. L. MANNING,
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL.
References in New York City:
AUGUST BELMONT <fc CO., Bankers.
MORTON, BLISS & CO., Bankers.
Hon. CHARLES O'CONOR, Counsellor-at Law.
Hon. JOHN E. WARD, Counsellor at- Law.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, Counsellor-at-Law.
Colonel RICHARD LATHERS.
T. A. HOYT, Esq., President Gold Room.
HUNT, THOMPSON dc, Co.,-Factors.
ANDERSON, STARR & CO., Merchants,
P. ZOGBAUM&FAIRCHILD Merchants.
PETTUS & CO., Merchants. ?
$500,000 to be Awarded to the Ticket-Holders of the
Series of Concerts to Commence on thc first of
October, 1871, at the Academy of music,
Charleston, S. C., on which day
the Drawing Commences.
T??E SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIA
TION, UNDERVTHE AUSPICES of the " South Carolina State Agricultu
ral and Mechanical Society," will give a series of Concerts nt the Academy
of-Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, for the purpose
of raising a fund to enable Emigrants to settle upon lands selected by the
Association for Homes of Northern and European Farmers and others, in
the State of South Carolina, and for their transportation thitherand support
for the first vear.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OP ADMISSION,
'AND NO MORE,
A.T FIVE DOrXAJRS EACH.
ALL THE PREMIUMS, INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, will be deposited with the National Bank of the Re
public, New York.
#500,000 in Gifts.'
IsfGift-ACADEMY .QFIMUSIC, Charleston. S. C., cost to build
$230,000, having an annual rental of^bout $20,000, from
Opera House, Stores and Halls; the building being about
230 fee fr. by-60 feet, and situated corner of King and
' Market streets, in the centre of the city, and well known
to bc the finest building and most valuable property in
Charleston, valued at, $250,000
2d Gift-Cash. 100,000
3d Gift-Cash. 25,000
4th Gift-Cash. 10,000
5th Gift-Cash - - - - "5,000
25 Gifts-Cash-each $1000 - - . . o5(0ob
25 Gifts-Cash-each $500 .... 12,500
350 Gifts-Cash-each $100 - - - - 1 35,000
250 Gifts-Cash-each S50 - - - - 12,500
500 Gifts-Cash-each ?25 - - - 12,500
1250 Gifts-Cash-each $10 . - - - . - 12,5000'!
2404 Gifts, amounting to - - - - $500,000
BTJTJJER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.!
Agents S; C. Land and Immigration Association,
CHARLESTON, S. Or
General M. C. BUTLER, ] , : .
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., I
General M. W. GARY. . ; J
Agents Wanted-Libcral Commissions Allowed.
Commissioners and Siipervisprs of Drawing
General A. R. WRIGHT, of GeLia.
General BRADLEY T! JOHNSES, 0f Virginia. '
Colonel B. W. .-RUTLEDGE, of jouth Carolina.
Hon. ROGER "A. PRYOR, of tyw-York,
A Fair and Commendable Scheme.
CHARLESTIN. S. C., May -, 1871.
We take pleasure in certifying that we are acq ainted with General M.
C. BUTLER, JOHN CHADWICK, Esq. and General M. W. GARY, of the
firm of BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & COj and know them to; be
gentlemen of integrity, and we regard the objet they have of assisting
immigrants to homes in South Carolina of great irportance to the State as
well as to the immigrants, and we have evj'ry confidence that their
enterprise will be carried out with fairness a|d honesty .to all parties
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, I. ft HAYNE,
B. H. RUTLGE, A. d MAGRATH,
T A urra ooNNER. THfe. y. snirn-Nrs
JAMES R. PRINGLE, HE
NGLE, ? E JR Y BUIST,
WILMOT G. DESAUSSUJE. '
1?-Carjt T. W. CARWILE is our outhorizetJAcent for Edcefield.
M_Ci? t. I o_ ?
3m . 22
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LIEF. Filly cents per bottle.
HEALTH HBEAUTY ! !
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD-INCREASE
OF FLESH AND W E19 II T-U LE A E SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED: TO
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES:
BO QUICK. SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES
THE BODY UNDERGOES. UNDER THE IN
FLUENCE OF TniS TRULY WONDERFUL
EVERY DAY AN INCREASE IN FLESH
AND WEIGHT IS SEEN AND FELT.
THE GREAT BLOOD PUEIFIEE!
Every drop of the 8ARSPARILLIAN RESOL
VENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat,
Urine, and other fluids and juices of the system the
vigor of life, for it repairs Ute wastes of the body
with neto and sound material. Scrofula, Syphilis,
Consumption, Glandular diseases, Ulcers tn the
Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in the Glands\and
other part? of the system, Sore Eyes, Strum?rous
discharges from the Ears, and the worst forms ot
Skin diseases, Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head,
Ring Worm, Sait Jllieum, Erysipelas. A?nb, Black
Spjnts. Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the
Womb, and all weakening and painful discharges,
Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm ana ali wastes- of. the
life principle, are within Vie curative range of this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a feto days' une
will prove to any person using it for ei?ier of these
forms of disease ii?potent power to cure them, i
If the patient, dally becoming reduced by th e wastes
and decomposition that is continually progressing,
succeeds in arresting these wastes, and repairs the
same with new material made from healthy blood
and this the SARSPARILLIAN will and does secure
-a care is certain ; for w??n once this remedy com'
menees lbs work of purification, and succeeds in di
'miuishing the loss of wastes, its repairs will be rapid,
uud every day the patient will feel himself growing
better and stronger, the food digesting better, appe
tite improving, and flesh and weight increasing.
Not only does thc SARSAPARILLA* RESOI.VR.NT ex
cel all known remedial agenls in the cure of Chronic,
Scrofulous. Constitutional, and Skin diseases; but il
ls the only positive cure for
Kidney. ?Sc Bladder Complaints,
Urinary, ?nd Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Stoppage of Water, Incontinence' of Urine,
Bright's Diseuse, Albuminuria, and in alteases where
there arv brick-dust deposits, or thc water is thick,
cloudy, mixed with substances like the white of au
egg, or threads like white silk, or there is a morbid,
dark, bilious appearance, and white bone-dust de
posits, and when there is a pricking, burning sensa
tion when passing water, and pain in the Small ol
the Back and along thc Loins.
Perfect Purgative Pills,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet gum,
purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strengthen,
Rad way's Pills, for tho cure of ail disorders nf the
Stomach. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous
diseases, Headache, Constipation, Costiveness, Indi
gestion. Dyspepsia, Biliousuess, Bilious Fever. In
flammation of the Bowels, and all Derangements ol
the internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive
cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
minerals, or deleterious drugs.
Ely Ohsenre tho following symptoms resulting
from Disorders of tho Digestive Organs:
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood
in the Head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust of Food. Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach. Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering al
thc Pit nf tin! Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
Hurried and Difficult Breathing.
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free the
system from all the above named disorders. Price,
26 cents per Box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
READ .' FALSE AND TRUE." Send one lette"
stamp to RADWAYJc CO., No. 87 Maiden Lnn(,
New York. Information worth thousands will bc
Wiirra, Propr. ot or. H. H. WcB??AU> *Cc,Dnfit!tUiid
Cu?. Ai'ii, 8?a mndico. C?I, au J 3: * :? pooiptrca BL jr. T.
Bear TeatUaun/ *M iaela*
Wonderful Curativo Effects.
noy aro nota vile Fancy Brink, Mado of Poor
Bom, Whiskey, Proof Spirit? and Reftise
Elqnors, doo to red, spiced and sweetened to please tho
tests, callad "Tonics," "Appetizers," "Restorers," Ac.,
that load tho tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but ar?
a truo Medicine, mado from the nativo roots and herbs
of California, freo from all Alcoholic Stlmn.
louts. They aro tho GREAT BLOOD PURI
FIER and A J AFT. GIVING PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of tho System,
carrying oh* all poisonous matter and restoring thc blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and remain long unwell,
provided their bones arc not destroyed by mineral
poUon or other means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond tho point of repair.
They are a Gentle Purgative ns well as a
Tonic, possessing also, tho peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of thc Liver, and all thc Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether In
young or old, married or single, at thc dawn of woman
hood or at tho turn of Ufo, these Tonic Bitters have no
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheuma
tism and Goat, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Billons, Remittent and Intermittent Fe
ver?, Diseases of tho Blood, Elver, Kid?
neys and Bladder, these Bitters have been most
successful. Such Diseases ore caused by Y i t lat ed
Blood, which ls generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organs.
'DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION', Head
nchc.-Palu In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tho Stomach,
Bad Tasto In tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
tho Heart, Inflammation of tho Lungs, Pain In the
regions of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate thc Stomach and stlmulato the torpid
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unequaled
efficacy in cleansing thc blood ot'alllmpurltlos, and Im
parting now lifo and vigor to tho whole system. !
1 FOR SKINT BISEASES, Eruptions, Totter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Plmp?cs, Pustules, Bods, Car
buncles, Ring-Worms, Scold Head", Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las,' Itch, Sc urft, Discolorations o f thc Skin, Humors and
Diseases of tho Skin, of whatever nanM or nature are
literally dug up and carried out of thc syatam in a short
timo by the uso of these Bitters. Ono bottle In such
eases will convlnco thc most incredulous of their dur?,
tl ve effects. ' ..
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood whenever yon find Its Im
purities bursting through the skin In Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores; cleanse lt when you find lt obstructed
and sluggish in the veins; cleanse lt when lt ls fouL
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep tho blood
pur?, and tho health of tho system will follow. | i ,
Pin, Tape and other Worms, lurking in tho
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist,
therols scarcely an Individual upon tho face' of the
earth whoso body ls exempt from tho presence of
worral It ls not npon tho healthy clements of tho
body that Worms exist, but upon tho diseased humors
and slimy deposits that braed these living monsters of
disease No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
anthelmlntlcs, will free tho system from worms Uko
Sold by sui Druggists and DealeW.
J; WALKER, Proprietor. P.. H. MCDONALD A CO,
Druggists' and General Agents, San Francisco, Cali'
iornla,*and 83 and Si Commerce Ptreet, Hew York.
June 8 ly 24
E have just received by Steamer
Africa, direct from England, the follow
Early Whito PLAT DUTCH,
Red Globe LINCOLNSHIRE,
White Globe POMERANIAN,
Yollow Purple Top ABERDEEN,
Purple Top Bangholm RUTA BAGA,
Sklrvin's Liverpool RUTA BAGA, 2
Bronze Top Improved RUTA BAGA.
For sale by
MOORE & CO.,
235 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
Aug 2 lm32
W. A. SANDERS,
IVo. 3, Park Row,
EDGEFIELD, 8. C.,
PUBS BBU&8, HEDICHTES, OHSHISALS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, PUTTY, GLASS, DYE STUFFS,
BITTERS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FAN
CY ARTICLES; TOILET AND FANCY SOAPS,
. CONGRESS AND VERMONT WATER,
ALL. OF THE LATE AND POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY,
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES,
. LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, &&,
Begs to announce to the public that his Stock is Full, Complete,
Fresh and Genuine, and all articles sold as low as the same can be
bought in any market in the State. . .'- *
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared, day and night, and warranted
from tested Medicines.
ALSO ON HARD.
A Choice Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES,
Good SYRUP and MOLASSES, at low figures.
Two Barrel* Pure VINEGAR /or Pickling,
Foll ?apply of White MUSTARD S?ED, TUMERIC, fee.. .
20 ARRIVE.-A full and fresh supply of TURNIP SEED, from the
best House in the United States. . 3
Persons visiting Edgefield to purchase Medicines, Groceries, &c, will dc
well to call at SANDERS" DRUG STORE, and learn his prices, which ?n
the endwill be a saving to all purchasers.
At SANDERS' DRUG STORE you can get anything you want at low
prices. Call and look. T ' : 1 .
R EM?VI INT Gr !
.. - ? : ? I . fi
M GOODS AT A SACRIFICE !
McCabe, Costello 1
HAVE much pleasure in announcing to the people of Edgefield that ttej
have Rented the Spacious and Elegant Store, No. 238 Broad Street, ?be
tween the Globe and Central Hotels, lately occupied by Mr. John Kenny
Clothier. \ j .
Not having time to make some necessary repairs before moving in-bein^
compelled to move by the 1st of July-we will
Oller Extraordinary Inducements to Purchasers
in order to Run Down our Stock as low as possible, 'in time to make jth<
necessary improvements before Fall.
We return many thanks for the liberal support extended to us in cur ?le
Stand, the increase of which compels us to leave it, and seek increase a
Space ; and we hope from the Advantages offered by. our New Store, bjotl
as to Location and Accommodation, together with 'our best exertions;, tx
merit their Confidence and Patronage.
MCCABE, COSTELLO &. DALY,
238 Broad Street, 3rd Door below Masonic Hall,
AUGUSTA, GA. I
June 28 . tf 27
UliLARKY BROTHERS beg to inform their Friends arie
Customers of Edgefield, that notwithstanding the Extensive Sales whicr.
they have made up to the present time, of SUMMER GOODS, they still
have LARGE STOCKS to select from, and at Prices to suit the most eco
These Goods are airFirst Class in Texture and Style, and
comprise Everything in Season for Ladies, Gents and Children's'wear.
And to Visitors to Augusta they respectfully request a call, feeing as
cured that an examination will give , every satisfaction.
Dry Goods Merchants*
J AUGUSTA, GA.
July 18 6t. 30
OLDEST SHOE HOUSE UV THE CITY !
Boots; Shoes, Trunks.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE LARGEST, BEST .AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
IN AUGUSTA, GA., CAN BE FOUND AT
Alfred C. Force's,
258 Broach Street,? .Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, July 2Q 3mSl ;
HAVE now in Store one of the most Superb Stock? of PRY GOODS they have
ever bad the pleasure of offering their Customers. And in regard to the prices, haye
only to say that they buy their Goods for Cash, thus getting all the advantage? in
?.nrchasing that any house can get, ?nd having had ? successful experience m the
business for over twenty wars, they (eel that their stock is well -suited to the wants
of consumers: And seiliug,\as they do, upon a Cash basis, they can . give all the ad
vantages to their customers that any house can give, and much better than the houses
that buy on time and sell on credit, a.s such houses cannot buy so cheap, and losing
many debts for which they have to make out of those who buy of them, for cash.
They will not attempt to enumerate their Stock, but only mention a few leading ailicles
and puces. They now have DRESS GOODS, of all "descriptions, from 12?c to the
finest. . ? :: j ,'. ? t'"* I ..
CALICOES, from 5c. to 121c.
PERCALES, at 16c.', 2Qc. and 25c.
The best BLACK ALPACAS at 25c. ever offered in any market, and from that
to the best.
PIQUES from 20c. to the finest. .
MOURNING GOODS, of all descriptions.
A superb assortment of BL AC K SILKS, all grades, and ven* cheap.
PLAIN, COLORED, STRIPED and CHECKED SILKS, in great.variety; j ,
WHITE GOODS, of all the leading kinds and makes. ; ,
BLACK LLAMA and WHITE LACE POINTS; also, many other new style
BLACK SILK LACES, EMBROIDERED BANDS, FINE LACE COLLARS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, &c, dbe.
A great variety of NOTIONS, FANCY ARTICLES, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS,
FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS, <fcc.
TABLE DAMASK, TOWELINGS, NAPKINS,. MARSEILLES QUILTS, l&c
All the leading brands in BLEACHED GOODS, DOMESTICS, : Linen and Cot
ton SHEETINGS,.&c., Ac.
Al ways.on hand, a superior assortment of Goods suited to the wants of Gents
To all of which they respectfully invite the attention of their friends and custo
mers. ..; '
To those at a distance, they have to say that they pay special attention to Orders,
and send samples by mad when requested.
They will also pay the expr?ss freight on Goods, when ordered from their Stock at
retail, provided the amount ordered ?3 $10 and over, for Cash.
This they can well afford, as they fill the order during leisure moments, which is
time saved, and to them is worth the freight they pav, and which they are willing to
allow the customer, thus placing the Goods at their Depot as Cheap as if they lived
in the city. In sending Goods in this way, the money.can be paid on delivery. *
Persons sending Orders, and trusting to the judgment of the firm to. make selec
tions for them, may .rest assured that their beat efforts will be used in trying to please,
and anything they may select which does not come up to the requirements of the
order mav be returned, and the money will be refunded. Give them a trial.
Y. RICHARDS & BROS,,
Corner bv the Planters' Hotel.
Augusta, April 12, ? tf .. 16
\7Vatol*es_d?^ J* ewelry.
THE Subscribers would respectfully inform the Citizens of Edgefield and surrounding
country, that they have just received a Large Assortment of WATCHES, of the Best
Manufacture, which they will offer at lower rates than any House In the City.
In addition, will be found a large Stock of FINE GOLD JEWELRY, set with Dia
monds, Rubles, Garnets, Coral,-BRIDAL SETS OF PEARL-NUPTIAL RINGS-WATCH
CHAINS, CHARMS, Ac.
A Fine Assortment SOLID SILVER WARE, embracing FULL TEA SETS, WAI
TERS, loe and Water PITCHERS. CA8T0RS. Berry and Butter DISHES, Card RECEIV
ERS, Card and Cake BASKETS, Cordial STANDS, GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS and SPOONS,
md everything in the Silver Ware line.
Always on hand a superb stook of GUNS AND PISTOLS, consisting of Fine Single
and Double Barrel GUNS, and Colt, Smith & Wessen, Remington, Cooper, Sharp and Der
ringer PISTOLS, and many others of the latest invention.
Also, FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, WALKING CANES, PORTEMONNIES, and
FANCY GOODS of every variety to be found in * first class Jewelry Establishment.
We would also remind the pabilo that we keep a Special Establishment for the REPAIR o."
fine WATCHES land JEWELRY. AH work entrusted to our care will be executed promptly,
neatly, and warranted for ono 'year.
Ai PBONTAUT & SON,
103 BROAD ST., one Door bei ow Augusta Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA..
Ausnjto,DMlO M1 ? ;
? Special Notices.
IT8 CURE AND IT8 PREVENTIVE.
Sy 3. H. BCHEUCX, IL D.
Many a human being has passed away for whose
death there WM no other reason than the neglect of
known and Indisputably proven means of cure.
Thon near and dear to family and Mends ara
~~ th? dreamless slumber Into woko, bad
?? sra^?K's siarpuB
and availed themselves of his wonderfully effie*
dons m ed Ida cn. they would not hivvo fallen.
Dr. Benenok has in his own case proved thai
Wherever sufficient vitality rama us, thia vitality,
by his medicines and his alrec?onj for their use, ls
quickened Into health fal vigor.
In this statement there ls nothing presumptuous.
To the suth of the Invalid ls mada no representation
that Ls not a thousand Um es BUbsu.nOawd by living
and visible works. Tba theory ol' th? cure by Dr.
Schenck's medicines ls os simple as lt ls unfailing.
Its philosophy requires no argument. Itls aelf-a*
, The Sea-weed Tonic and Mandrake pilla are tba ?
'first two weapons with which the citadel of Cse
malady la assailed, Two-thirds of the caaes of coa
emnpuon orig?nate in dyspepsia ead a fri nrtvm ally
disordered liver. With this oe n am o n CM bronchial
tab?s " sympathize" with the stomach. They re
spond to the morbific ac?on of the liver. Hore then
comes the culminating result, and th? setting Lu,
with all its distressing symptoms of
'The Wandrate Pulsare composed of one of Ka
tare's noblest gifts-the Podopbillum Peltatnm.
They possess all the blood-searching, alterative
properties of calomel, but, unlike calomel, thar
"LEAVK HO STXNG BEBUD."
The work of core ls now beginning, The vitiated
abd mucous deposits Ln the oowela and In tho ali
mentary canal are ejected. The liver, like a cloe*,
ls wound up. It arouses fror-. Its torpidity. Tho
stomach acta responsively, and the panant Desdas
to feel that he If, getting, at last.
A SUPP LY or ecos BLOOD.
The Sea-weed Tonic. In'conjunction With the Pills,
permeates and assimil?tes witt the food. Chylln
cation is now pre gre asing wi th out its previous tor
tures. Digestion bocomes pain lesa, and the cure is
seen to be ?.thane. There la no more flatulence, no
exacerbation of ti? stomach; An appetite esta in.
Now comes tte j neatest Slood Purifier ever yet
given by an Indulgent father to sufltertna; man.
fichenck?? Pulm?n ic Syrup ?omee Ln to perform ita
functlous and to hasten and complete tho cure. It
enters at onca upon Ita work. Nature can not be
cheated. It collects and ripens the Impaired ?od
diseased portions of tha lungs.: In.tho form of
Stherings, ltprepares them for erpectoraOoci, and
1 In a very short time the malady ts vanquished,
the rotten throne that lt occupied ls re novated and
made new, and the patient, In aU the dignity of re
gained visor, steps forth to enjoy tho maahoodor
womanhood that was " '
. IVEJT UP AS 1VOST. v'
warm room until they get well ; if la almost impos
sible to prevent takln? cold when the lunga ara dU
.eased, but lt most be prevented or a eora can sot bo
effected. Fresh air and riding out, especially m this
section of the country, in the fall a&d winter sea
son, are all wrong. Physicians who recommend
that worse,loee ussr patienta; if then: hun an
badly diseased: and yet, because they arela tba
bouse they most not sit down quiet; they mu? walk
about tho room os much and as fast as the strength
will bear, to get un S good circulation of blood. Th a
patient* must keep-jo good spiri ts-be datermbtsd
, to get well. This has a great deal to do with the
U appetite; and ls the great point to grin.
To despair of cure after such evidence of Its pce
Sibtlity lb tho ?cot cans, ?ad moral certainty in
all others, ls sinful. Dr. Schenck's pen o Dal suce
ment to the Faculty of his own euro wita In these
modest words: \ , ,?? . ?,
Many years ago I wna in the Last stages of con
sumpaon; conflned u> my bfd, and ? one O-r^s XBf
Bhystdans th cugh t Uv ' I could not ll ve a week; then,
ke a drowning man -itching at auaws, I heard of
and obtained the preparations whlca I now offer to
the public, and toey mad* a perfect rure of me It
seemed to me that I could reel theil penetr?iemy
whole eystera. They soon ripened ttematter In my
lunn, sad I would spit up mon tua: i a pin t of offen
sive yellow matter every morning ft.r a long time
"As soon ss that began to Ffl"tfii1*i my cough,
fever, pains, and night-sweats all besan to leftveme,
and my appetite became BO great that lt wu with
difficulty that I could keep noni eating too much.
I soon gained my strength, and hav< i grown la flesh
" I was weighed shortly after my? scvery "added
the Doctor, ,rthen looklngllknametsskcletoTi ; my
weight wu only ninety-seven pounds; my present
weight la two hundred and twenty-five (225) pounds,
andfor years I have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Sch en ck has discontinued ha professional
visits to New York and Boston. He or his son, Dr.
J.E. Schenck, Jr.. still continuo to jew patients at
their Office, No. 15 North Sixth Stree!, Philadelphia,
ivory Saturday som 9 A.n.'to 8 PJL Thon who
wish a thorough examination witt, the Respir?
me ter will be charged ts. TheRespire metcrdeclares
the exact condlUon of the lungs, ard patients caa
readily leam whether they are curable or not.
The directions for taking tho medicines are adapt
ed to tho intelligence even of a child, Follow then
directions, and kind Nature will do tie rest, except
ing that in some cases tho Mandrake Pills are to be
taken In Increased doses; the three iiedlcines need
no other accompaniments than the run pie instruc
tions that accompany them? First create appetite.
Of returning health, h unger ls the most welcome
symptom. When lt comes, nit will come. let the
despairing at once be of good cheer. Good blood at
once fallows, the cough locaens, the nigh m weat ls
abated. In a abort Urne both of these morbid symp
tom? are gone forever.
Dr. Schenck's medicines are constantly kept in .
tensor thousands of families. As a laxative or pur
against consumption lu any of Its forms.
Price; of tho PuLmonic Syrup and Sea-weed Tonia,
tuc a bottle, orVJS?ibaff dosen. Mandrake Pills,
!5 cents a box- PCT sale by all druggists and dealers,
JOHN F. HENRY, 8 CoUege^ Place,
New York, wholesale Agents
Feb 22 ly &
Ayert Cathartic Pills,
^For^all the purpose's of a Laxative
Perhaps no onemedl.
cine is so universally
required by every,
body as a cathartic,
nor was ever any be
fore so universally
adopted into use, In
every country and
amo. ? ail classes, as
this mild but officient
purgative Pill. The
obvious reason is,
that isis a more relia
ble and tar more ef
fectual remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them : those who hare
not, know that it cures theirneighbors and friends ;
and all know that what it does once it does al
ways -that it never fails through any faul t or neg
8cet of i ts composition. We hare thousands upon
ousands of certificates of their remarkable cures
of tho following complaints, but such euros aro
known in every neighborhood, and we need not
publish them. Adapted to ail ages and conditions
in all climates ; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety
byanvbodj* Their sugar-coating preserves them
ever fresh, and makes them pleasant to take, while
being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their uso in any quantity.
They operate by their powerful Influence on the
Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it into heal th v action-remove tho obstructions
of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
the body, restoring their irregular action to health,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such d?
rangements as are the first origin of disease.
Minuto directions ere giren in the wrapper on
the box, for tho following complaints, which these
Filia rapidly cure: -
For Dyspepsia or In digest! on, ttatlesa
neas, r any nor and JLou of Appetite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulateihe stom
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
For river Complaint and ito various symp
toms, Sillon. Headache, Siek ttead
SSChe, Jaundice or Oreen Sickness. Bil
lons ?Jolie and Bilious Ferew, they should
be Judiciously taken for each case, to correct the
diseased action or remoro the obstrucciona which
For Dysentery or Diarrhoea, but OM
mild dose is generally required.
atlsm, Goat, Gravel, Pal
fl tatton ol' Use Heart, Pain isa tnt)
Ide, Bac Ic and IAJ la?, they should be con Un
non sly taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of the system, with such change those
For Dropsy aaa' Dropsical 8welling-?
they should be -taken' miaree and frequent doses
to produce the effect ora drastic purge. .
For Suppression a largo dose should be
taken as jp produces the desired effect by sym
pathy, .? * .
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pills to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels Into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it ls often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a
?tose of these Pili? makes him feel decidedly bet
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. AYES* CO., Practical Chemittt,
LOWELL. MASS., U. 8. JU
BSTForsaleby ALL DRUGGISTS.
Aug 17 ly 84
.SEND FOR A CIRCUHR.~?^
8ept30 : ' ". ? :ly.::.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
P . P . TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
A"o. 20 Haync SU and HorlbccVs Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
j^"This is tho largest and most com
plete Factory of the Kind in the South
ern States, and all articles in this line
can be furnished by Mr. P. P. To ALE ct
prices which defy competition.
??r A pamphlet with full and detailed
Hst of all sizes of Doors, Sashes, and
Blinds, and tho prices of each, will be
sent free and poBt paid, 'on application to
P. P. TOALE,
CAARLESTON, S. 0.
July 28 ly 31
fiuckan's Carbolic Disinfecting
rEVALUABLE for Washing Horses,
Cattle, Dogs, and other domestic ani
mals, for sale at
- v. G. lu PENN'S DRUG STORE.
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