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Terms?' $3,00 per Annum.
Cy An ably written article over the
signature of " SUFFERER," making well
grounded complaint against the County
Commissioners for neglecting to build
bridges over Big Stephens' Creek, and
io reference to the toll Ferry or Flat across
said Creek at Shaw <fc Meriwether's mill,
has boen received, and will appear in our
How Is It Elsewhere?
Never tn our lives before have we
known auch a severe winter in the South
? -such hard, unmitigated, continuous
cold. And the caprices of the weather
are also remarkable. Within a week
past, We have had snow, sleet, thunder,
lightning, rain, sunshine and doods.
Not a bud upon plum or peach tree is
even swelling yet, and stern winter holds
us as pitilessly as in Alaska.
-Uris state of things fills thin and bony
people-and those who have to buy their
wood-with groanings that cannot be ut
i ? i?fji i i
Homicide at Johnston's Depot.
A difficulty occurred on Saturday eve
ning last, at Johnston's Depot, on the C.
C. cfc A. Railroad, between a white youth,
aged about eighteen, named, Tom Hazel,
and a colored man named Jack Garret, in
which Garret was shot and killed by Ha
zel. Rumors concerning the canse and
manner of this unfortunate affair are
somewhat conflicting. It seems though
chat tho two fell into a violent quarrel
??bout a deb. due Garret by the father of
Hazel, ir. which the latter bore himself
very defiantly, if indeed the two did not
actually come to blows. Young Hazel
having disappeared from that section,
lias not been arrested. No papers from
1he Coroner have as yen been received
pkY- Particular attention is directed to
the certificates appended to the adver
tisement of Messrs. Graham cfc Butler.
These certificates speak highly in favor
of the Cotton Food.
They are pitifully scarce, however.
Everybody seems to be busy, but noth
ing startling happens We have no banks
or railroad companies to declare divi
dends. No lottery schemes. No deba
ting societies. No cotillion clubs. No
skating rinks. No sabre clubs. No tour
naments. We are a slow-jogging people.
But we have now and then a big, hos
pitable frolic in the village, or not far
off. Our friend, J-n R-d, Esq., came
out strongly in this linc a week ago, and
gave the young people and the gay peo
ple such a " turn-loose" as they have'nt
had for many a day. Take our word for
it, that big house-that hospitable man
sion-on the high hill, wa* a scene of
light and life and beauty on the occasion
we refer to. Our friend and his warm
hearted lady and his accomplished daugh
ter evidently know exactly how to give
and manage a M turn-loose." And all of
us-the aforesaid young people and gay
people-beg leave to assure them that
whenever they will do so again, we ?rill
not hesitate to brave the angry waves of
Horn's Creek and the horrors of the
Rocky Mountains. Bah ! what are waves
and mountains to a "turn loose!" Who'll
give the next? We could lay our finger
upon so many that ought to.
We dreamed the other night that our
friend, Ben Mays, who lives down by
the "angry waves," sent us something
that he had shot, which measured five
feet from tip to tip, or from nose to tail.
What is it to be, Ben t for we know our
dreaming soul was prophetic. For the
Lord's sake don't let it be a gray fox.
We hear that the Town Council are
very soon going to repair and beautify
park. ' They must do same little
something soon, or they will depart out of |
office " unwept, unhonored and unsung."
Miss Do bey opens her school on Mon
day next. From all we seo and hear, her
prospect is quito flattering. And very
soon Mr. Broaddus will close the Acade
my, and then we shall have no male
Behool. So much tho worse.
We are all waiting to hear from the
Railroad charters in Columbia. What
new life a real, strong, tangible railroad
prospect would infuse into Edgefield !
A Tery Popular Stable ia Augusta.
A very popular Livery Stable in Au
gusta is that of Murrah ct Co., in rear of
the Globe Hotel. And at this Stable will
be found a young gentleman who is always
particularly kind to Edgefield people,
Mr. James R. Glover, a son of the late
Robert Glover, Esq. See the card of Mr.
Glover in another column.
The Annual masquerade Ball ia Au
The annual Masquerade Ball of the
Benevolent Society of Augusta, take?
place in Girardeys Opera House, on
Tuesday evening, the 6th inst. The balls
are invariably very brilliant, very refined,
and very admirably conducted affairs.
As in former occasions, we are indebted
to the polite and generous management
for a complimentary ticket.
AB Exciting Occasion in Angn*tn.
A very admirable and a very popular
thing in Augusta, is the " Augusta Sabre
Club." This Club will give a grand
Tournament on tho Fair Grounds in that
eily, on Monday next, Feb. 5th. Out ol
about sixty members of thc Club sonic
thirty or forty will ride on this occasion.
This Tournament of tho Sabre Club
promises to be a noble tiling, and is crea
ting much pleasant anticipation. Ar
rangements have been made with the
railroads entering Augusta to carry por
tions attending the Tournament, for half
fare. Therefore we hope our section of
country will be well represented. Wc
return onr thanks for a complimentary
ticket to the Tournament of the Sabre
We aliud? to the ramifications, through
out the Western world, of the famous
Fertilizers sold by Wilcox. Gibbs & Co.
Pay particular attention to their new card
this week, and by all means send for one
of their wonderful Almanacs.
Brighten op Y our Rooms this Spring.
And for this purpose, you will need
some or all of the following articles, Car
peting, Matting, Curtains, Wall Paper,
Window shades, ?fcc, ?tu. Of course you
will go to Jas. G Bailie ?fcBro., Angosta,
for thom. Read the new advertisement
of the Bailies, in another column, and
then you will "know bow it is yourself."
Tb? Russian Bear Preparing for
According to tho St, Petersburg corres
pondent of the London Engineer, there
is great activity in the Russian founde
riasand government arsenals ( the gov
ernment cannon founderiea have been
greatly enlarged, and the entire Infantry
armament has been changed from muz
ale loaders to breech-loaders. The manu
facture of powder has grown mto an im
mense private as well as public industry.
It is calculated that with a sufficient sup
ply of material the production of car
tridges will soon reach the extent of
?00,000,000 to 280,000,000 a year. Large
numbers of the Gaiting guns and the
American type of mitrailleuse aro being
constructed. This information doe? not
sound very pleasant in connection with
GortschakofTs hire insulting n?telo the
government at Washington about the
Eat there will be no war. "Uncle
Sam" Will craw-tish ont of the in.sull
that will be tba ?nd of the
Sanford's Arithmetica. | Superphosphate of Lime, we put the
One of Georgia's ablest and mos t dis- I Cash price at $40 instead of $45. We now
tinguished teachers, Prof. Shelton P. j make thc correction. Considering the
Sandford, of Mercer University, Macon,
has published aseries of School Arithme
tics, which are fast c*owdingallothers out
of Southern schools-i n fact out of schools
everywhere. This already lamons se
ries consists of "Sandford's First Les
sons in Analytical Arithmetic," "Sand
ford's Intermediate Analytical Arithme
tic," and "Sandford's Higher Analytical
Arithmetic." These valuable books are
upon our table, presented us by Mr.
Martin V. Calvin, of Augusta, Agent for
their sale in the Southern States. We
have examined them with much pleas
ure and find them to be a splendidly
practical and available result of Prof.
Sandford's thirty years daily experience
in the School room. We recommend
these Arithmatics, in the warmest man
ner, to all teachers, parents and pupils.
We Forbear to Crow or Flap oar
In the course of last week, there came
off in Columbia a grand Cock-Fight, be
tween Edgefield and Augusta, of the one
party, and Newberry and Columbia, of
the other. Out of the eighteen fights
laid down upon the programme, Edge
field and Augusta won Eleven. When
we contrast Eleven with Seven, generosi
ty forbids us to crow or flap our wings.
We strike our victorious spurs into no
man ! I
fame of this Fertilizer we might .well
have tacked on $5 instead of leaving it
NINETY-SIX, S. C., 22d Jan., 1872g
EDITOR ADVERTISER,-Dear Sir: Capt.
Lake informs me that my recent card in
your paper, intended to correct an error as
to comparison of cost of insurance in our
respective Companies, has been inter
preted into a personal attack on himself,
although he did not so understand it, in
which he was correct, as nc personality
Very respectfully, yours,
E. E. JEFFERSON,
Agt. P^jfc A. Life Ina. Co.
CP" A desperate shooting affray oc
curred at Charlestown, Va., on the 23d,
under the following circumstances : Du
ring the war the lands of John Clarkson,
a wealthy Virginian, were sold for taxes,
and yesterday he sued to recover the
property. Dorine; the progress of the
trial Clarkson called the defendant, Uni
ted States Marshal Stock, a liar. Stack
struck Clarkson, and a general melee en
sued, in which seven shots were fired.
The room was small, and more than a
dozen persons were present. Clarkson
was shot four times, and one wound, be
ing in the breast, is dangerous. All the
parties aro wealthy and respectable, and
the aflair has caused great excitement.
The New Democratic Paper in Co
Col. J. P. Thomas, so weil known
especially of late-a3 the able, spirited
and patriotic editor of the Phoenix, has
severed his connection with that paper
and set up one of his own. This new
paper is called The ' South Carolinian
the familiar and honored name of the pa
per so popular in our State before tho
war, owned and edited by Dr. Gibbes,
the father-in law of Col. Thomas.
The prospectus of the South Carolinian
stands in another column of the Adver
tiser. We beg for it universal attention.
As regards the South Carolinian prov
ing to be, now and in future, a free, hon
est, bold and unfettered organ of polities
and industry, there can be no doubt
We Ought to Have Done Just the
In sotting np the card of Messrs. Kins
man & Howell, of Charleston, who sell
the world renowned Mapes' Nitrogenized
Interesting to Teachers and
Those eminent publishers, Messrs. J.
B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, have
established an office for their General
Southern Agency, at 21 McIntosh Street
(up stairs) Augusta, Ga., where sar-ple
copies of their publications invite inspec
tion at the hands of the public.
The especial attention of teachers is
called to their new analytical series of
Arithmetic's by Prof. Sanford of Geor
gia, Chauvenct's Practical Geometry (the
best;) Wickersham's "School Economy"
and " Methods of Instruction," and oth
er kindred works.
Subscriptions received to Chambers'
new Encyclopedia (10 vols.;) Lippincott's
Magazine; Lippincott's new Illustrated
P.iographical Pronouncing Dictionary ;
Allibonc's Dictionary of Authors, etc.
Send for Catalogues.
Teachers should ttl once introduce San
ford and Chanvcnct. Communicate with
Mr. Martin V. Calvin, Gen. Agt., Augus
ta, and call on him when in thoeity. He
will be glad to serve you ; offers intro
ductory for his books ; will order any
book and furnish it at publisher's price.
His office is open to teachers and tho j
reading public. tf J
Facts Are Stubborn Things !
See i ?ie amounts of Insurance that can be bought in the principal Life In
surance Companies in this country, and
HCetxrls. ttie Contrast !
St. Louis Mutual.
Life Association of America.
New York Life.
Piedmont and Arlington.
AT ACIK OF 20 AT ASK OF 30
WILL BUY i WILL nev
$ 8,66 5 50
? 8,(;:!9 o>
. 8,S10 57
8. ?10 r>;
. 8,810 57
9, L'50 69
10,948 90: 11,396 01
AT AUK OF if
' 7,9*7 22
Or an Average of 30 PER C?NT. in Favor of the UNIVERSAL.
Participation in the Profits Guaranteed in the Policy by the
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITitBLE I
And Surrender Value, after any number of payments, is stated in the
Please examine the feature of this Company, whereby, even though par
ties can make no further payments, the policy is not lost ; but days of grace
are allowed, the Policy being all thc time in full force and effect. The fol
lowing table shows approximately the time daring which Policies are good.
(It should be remembered that this feature is written in the Policy, and is
not merely the promise of an agent.)
Term oj years and days for which new policies will bc issued.
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities, 140 to 100
GEO. B. LAKE, Geni Agent,
Edgefield, S. C., Jan 10
Standard Fertilizers !
E are prepared to furni h to the Planters of Edgefield the following
STANDARD FERTILIZE RS at. reduced rates :
Kettie well's A. A.. Phospho-Peruvian Guano.
Ober's Soluble Ainmouiated .Super Phosphate,
?ber's Georgia Cotton Compound,
Ober's Ammoniated Alkaline Phosphate,
Chappell7* Ammoniated Super Phosphate,
Pure Peruvian Guano,
Pure Dissolved Bones,
Pure Land Plaster.
These Manures are GUARANTIED TO BE UP TO THE HIGHEST
STANDARD, and we confidently refer to our numerous patrons in Edgefield
as to U.eir merits.
A iull supply always on hand. Orders solicited. Apply to Z. W. CAR
WILE, Edgefield C. H.; JOHN KENNERLY, Ridge ; A, D. BATES,
Batesulle, or to
WARREN, WALLACE & CO.,
A i GUSTA, OA.
We append the following Certificates from two practical Planters, to
which we could add many more, but as our Guanos are so well known in
Edgefield, we deem it unnecessary :
FKOTT HILL, EDOEFIELD, CO., S. C.
Dec, 18th, 1871,
MKSHBS. WARBEI?. WALLACE * Co.
SIRS : I have useel Ober's Ammoniated
Super Phosphate two years in succession
and suv, without any hesitation whatever,
that it is the best fertilizer that I have
ever used. I have tried several other
kinds of Guanos, that cost more per ton,
and they did not pay mo as large a per
cent, on the investment as the Ammoni
ated Super Phosjuhnte. I shall sustain
what I nay by uidng it ?gain on next
year** crop. Kewpectfnlly, Ac,,
W. SCOTT ALLEN.
HATCHER'S.PO??D, 8. C.
. January 2, 1872.
M ESS BS. WA aa WALLACH ?. Co.
Gentlemen: Having used Ober's "A.A."
Phospbo Peruvian Guapo for four years
successively, and with such admirable
results, it gives me pleasure to add my
testimony to that of manv others as to its
very superior value. I used thirteen
tons last vear, and, as an evidence of my
appreciation of this article, shall increase
the amount this season. Ihave takon the
position (and have acted upon it) that the
only true economy in the useof Commer
cial Manures is to get the most highly
concentrated ?nd best articles, and my
confidence in the manufacturers of the
" A. A." leads me to beHove thnt In thin
article I have found tho best, and ear
always rely upon it? l>einir fully up tc
the standard as recommended.
Verv truly, yours,
J NO. M. BELL.
D. J. LANDRUM
O. P. CMEATIf AM.'
I WOULD respectfully announce to
my friends, and the friends of my fami
ly, that Tam now engaged in the well
known Dry Goods Store of Mr. O. F
CHEATHAM, No. 1, Park Row, where
I will, at all times, be prond to see and
D. JOHN LAN DRUM.
(Over J. W. Turley's)
?AVING purchased the lease and
contents of the MANSION HOUSE, in
the city of Augusta, I am now prepared
to accommodate my Edgefield friends,
and the public generally, with BOARD
and LODGING of the best style.
The Mansion House is situated two
doors below Tutt's Drug Store, and over
J. W. Turley'a Dry Goods Store.
I shall spare no effort to make the
Mansion House a first-class Establish
mont of the kind, and herewith solicit a
JOHN L. PERRY.
Augusta, Jan. 10 tf 3
YOU OUGHT TO BUY THE STONO
1st, No man is poor enough to afford
to plant without using some kind of Fer
2d, The Stono has no superior in qual
ity on or off the market.
Sd, The Stono, although as good as the
best, is as cheap as tho cheapest.
4th, The Stono never has charged high
prices. Their profits are very small, and
they must sell large quantities to afford
it at their prices.
5th, If you do not sustain Companies
manufacturing at small profits, they
ni list cease, and you will have to pay tho
Call on Mr. Jas. A. Dozier, who will
represent me here in my absence, or Dr.
M. Rushton, at Rushton's Store, or
Cartlidge & Thomas, at Ridge Spring, or
S. Norris, Batesville, and got pam
phlets containing Certificates, and give
rour orders before tho Rail Roads aro
blocked up, or the supply exhausted.
S. S. TOMPKINS, ACT.
Jan. 1,1872. tf 2
$48 [Per Ton Cash
This GUANO is well known in tl
after thorough trial, under all conditio
not attach to Fertilizers of recent intr
In view of reduced cost of manuf
this VALUABLE! FERTILIZER is n
Company, to furnish THE BE?T FE!
SMALL PROFITS for compensation.
' We WARRANT THE STOCK I
as that heretofore sold.
For specific terms, apply to
John S. REESE & CO., General Aj
REPARED UNDER THE SUPER
This article, as above stated, is pi
A Compost made with an equal w
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, which is n
The Compost should be made fron
take place, and should be applied at fi
General experience for two years
FERTILIZER FOR COTTON and C
This ACID PHOSPHATE is now
WITHOUT INTEREST (no drayage/
FERTILIEER at a minimum outlay p
For specific terms apply to
A F?LL SUPPLY OF PERU
Auguusta, Dec 13
Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco
' CASH, $50 per 2000 Lbs., at Factory.
TIME, $55 per 2000 Lbs., at Factory, paya
ble Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOUT INTEREST.
Factory East end Hasel Street ; Mines on Ashley River.
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME !
Composting With Cotton Seed!
CASH, $30 per 2000 Lbs. at Factory.
TIME, $35 per 2000 Lbs., at Factory, paya
ble Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOUT INTEREST.
WM. C. DUKES & C0?,
No. 1, South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Col. WM. BUTLER Agent at Edge-field, S. C.
EDOEFIELD, Dec. 30th, 1871.
I have used commercial fertilizers for
several years, and this year, with other
kinds, liscd tho Wando, giving it, I thin';
a lair trial. In my opinion, the Wando
gave more remunerative results than any
other kind used bv inc.
EnoEi iELD, C. H., S. C., Jan. 1, 1872.
This is to certify that I have used the
Wando Guano for two years with thc
happiest result-quantity applied 2(K)ll>s.,
with lo Bushels Cotton Seed per Here
with this manuring I increased the yield
of seed Cotton per acre about six hun
dred pounds or more. I may adil that 1
made abale per acre on twenty acres
with above manuring.
W. A. SANDERS.
EnoEKTEr.n, S. C., Dec. .?.0th, 1871.
This year I planted eighty-live acres
in Cotton, poor land, and used three tons
of thc Wando Guano. I mode, packed
and sold forty-eight-bales, weighing 400
poupds, Thc thrpp tops were appljed to
.15 acres, which produced 81 bales For
ty acres, buller land, was unmanurcd,
and the result was only 17 bales. Tho
cheapness, and the intrinsic worth of thc
Wando, places it upon a monied valua
tion. E. H. YOUNG BLOOD.
EIHIKFIELU, S. C., Jan. 10th, 1872.
I have used tho Wando Fertilizer for
two years, and willingly testify as to its
merits. Taking into consideration its
cost, it paid mc better, as an investment,
than Peruvian Guano, and is equal, if not
superior, to any fortilizer in tho market,
ol'which I have any practical knowledge,
January 1st, 1872.
W. H. Branson
WILL FROM THIS DATE OFFER HIS
ITU STOCK OF GOODS,
At the LOWEST CASH PRICES, *
FOR CASH ONLY.
Many DESIRABLE and SEASONABLE GOODS, too tedious to men
tion, will be sold AT and BELOW FIRST COST.
And EVERY ARTICLE in the Store so far below its real value as to
insure an ENTIRE CLEARANCE of fte whole Stock ip thp shortest
8^*Eurly Calls Solicited.
W. II. RRUrYSOIV.
Jan 2 lui 2
Seed Oak! Seed Oats!
FOR Sale by
J. MONROE WISE,
Pine Hous?, S. C.
J?a.l* kt i
FROM this date I will practico Medi
cine exclusivelv for Cash.
T. H. PATTISON.
Jan 17 fte 4
gent for the Companys
Fl I C E R??TD U CED!
; $55 Without Interest on Time. Nc
Charge for DDrayage.
ie Cotton States, from experience in its use for sis years past. It has acquired
ms of season, a character for reliable excellence unsurpassed, and whichcan
acture, and the unusual facilities of the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY,
ow sold at the above price, which is in conformity with the policy of the
UTILIZER AT THE LEAST COST, looking to LARGE SALES and
N MARKET THIS SEASON precisely the same in composition and quality
J. O. MATHEWSON, .
Agent, Augusta, Ga.
gent*, Baltimore, Md.
CC GUANO COMPANY'S
cid Fbosp&ate of Lime,
omposting with Cotton Seed.
INTBNDENCE OF DR. ST. JULIEN RAVELEL, CHARLESTON, S. C.
.epared expressly for COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
eight of this article and Cotton Seed, furnishes the Cotton Seed with the
ecessary to make it properly effective.
a four to six weeks before planting time, in order that decomposition may
?om 400 to 600 pounds per acre or more.
has shown this Compost to be A MOST ECONOMICAL and EFFECTIVE
put into market at the low price of $30 PER TON CASH; $85 ON TIME,
) at which rate every planter can supply himself with a FIRST CLASS
cr Rere i
J. O. MATHEWSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company, Augusta, Ga.
VIAN GUANO GROUND BONE AND LAND PLASTER
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS.
FERTILIZING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Have prepared a Special Fertilizer adapted to the Cottou Plant,
under the name of
Which they claim to be of the highest grade of Fertilizer sold in the South
and guaranteed to equal in its ?esults Peruvian Guano, pound for pound
and to be of more permanent benefit to the soil.
It Itas been used by SEVERAL HUNDRED PLANT
ERS in North and South Carolina and Georgia ibr
two Seasons with the tallowing 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 eveut of a backward season for planting
ena oles the planter to put in his crop lb ree or four weeks later, even as late
as the 1st June, with a certainty of success.
It produces a better qua i ty of Cotton.
Looking at the low price of Cotton, the intelligent planter will readily
comprehend the necessity of using nothing but the highest grade of Ff'rti
lizern, ??nd of strictly avoiding those whose vaiue has l een reduced by adul
t?ration, or the use of cheap n-aterials under pretence of meeting tue low
price of Cotton,
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 hi* outlay, with Cotton at
123 cent- p? r pound: .ind it will enable him to plant fewer acres with a cor
responding reduction of labor ?nd expense with better results.
SSO per Ton, in Sn< ks, 12 lo the Ten. ' .
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, Prest.,
5S Exchange Place, Baltimore, Md.
j. I?. PRINGLE & .SON, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
-. s saBcaMMgwtca- M -a
PREPARED BY THE DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY,
A VG USIA, GEORGIA,
Of Standard Quality & Excellence,
GUARANTEED FREE FROM ANY ADULTERATION.
CASU PRICE, $S5. yON,--TI??E, $?? !
MATERIALS FRESH AND PURE!
.NO OLD STOCK ON HAND !
We refer generally to our customers, to bc found in almost every com
inunitv, and we publish no certificates.
Also, FINE GROUND PURE BONE for composting and fermentation,
an artice which cannot fail to give satisfaction. PRICE, $40 PER TON.
We manufacture any formula for other parties as uiay be ordered, and
guarantee good work and be?t materials.
Applv for circulars, to
JAMES T. GARDINER. President,
Capt. LEWIS JONES, Agent for Edgefield District.
CS?y Fifty Cents per hundred pounds will be given for all kinds of Dr
Bones delivered at either of tlie Depots on the Columbia & Augusta R. R.
Jan 2 3m 2
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Oldest Super-Phosphate Manufactured in this Country.
Composed of BONES, POTASH, PHOSPHATIC GUANO, CONCEN
TRATED ANIMAL AMMONIACAL MATTER and SULPHURIC
ACID. No Salt, Salt Cake, Nitre Cake, Plaster, nor Adulterant or Absorb
ent of any kind used. Factory open for inspection at all times.
N NETEEN YEARS OF FRAGT CAL EXPERIENCE.
Introduced in 1852. Patented Dec. 20, 1750.
Quick Action and Permanent Improvement to the Soil.
Testimony of Hundreds of Well-Known Planters in its Favor on Every
Variety of Crop and Soil, even During Extreme Adverse Seasons.
$40 Cash-$50 Time, payable 1st Nov. 1st, 1872.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents for South Carolina,
NO. 128 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 24 3m 5
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.
AT COOKE'S CLOTHUNTGr STORE,
GREAT INDUCEMENTS are offered to those in want of .
The remaining stock will be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
to make room for a large and HANDSOME SPRING STOCK.
Augusta, Jan 10 Itt S
KTe-w Goods for 1872
The One Price House !
H. L. ?. BALK,
172 Broad Street, A/ugusta, Ga.
GREAT BARGAINS IN BRESS GOODS !
GREAT BARGAINS IN JEANS AND WOOLENS 1
GREAT BARGAINS IN CASSIMEKE AND FLANNELS!
GREAT BARGAINS IN LINSE Y WOOLSEY, BED TICK, dc I
GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES' TRIMMED HATS !
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
THE OISTE PRICE HOUSE!
I am now receiving the latest styles of DRESS GOODS, which were
carefully selected by me, for this market, at prices so low as to enable me to
defy competition ! Beginning with
PLAIDS at 15 cts.
DELAINES at 20 ct?.
POPLINS at only 25 cts.
Handsome Colored SILKS at only 75 eta.
A large and full assortment of CASSIM ERE, JEANS, WOOLSEY, ?c, begin
JEANS at 20 cts.
JEANS, Extra Heavy, at 25 cts.
AU Wool CASSIMEKE* at GO eta.
LINSEY WOOLSEY at 15 cts.
Heavy MATTRASS TICK at 15 et?.
Up to the best heavy TICK for holriine feathers.
Together with a full lino of PRINTS, FLANNELS, SHEETINGS.
SHIRTINGS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS,
BOOTS, SHOES, And Ladies' Trimmed HATS.
At prices that will pleaso the most fastidious.
*B*r cut. out this card and be sure to lind tho ONE PRICE HOUSE, and you
will save time and money.
H. E. A. BALK,
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Jan 17 2m 4
209 Broad Street 209
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. #
KEAN, LANDKAM & CO,
FOR THE IYEXT THIRTY DAYS
WILL OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER DRESS
GOODS, CLO * KS, SHAWLS, FURS, BLANKETS,
AND WOOLEN GOODS GENERALLY,
At Prices which will
Defy Competition !
Our object is to make room for a Heavy Spring Stock.
fi@*CASH ORDERS from the Country will be faithfully executed, and
satisfaction guarantied. Express Ciiarges Prc-Paid when amount ordered
flffir. J. M. A??DERSOIV will be happy to serve his Edgefield
All kinds of DOMESTICS Sold at Factory Prices.
KEAN, LANDRAM & CO.
Augusta, Ga., Jan 2 lin 2
GEORGE L. PENN,
Edgefieid, S. C.,
_ AS in Store another large and superior Stock of Goods in the DRUG
TRADE, which he warrants Fresh and Genuine, and which he will sell as
low as the same Goods can be bought in any other Southern market. Ilia
Stock embraces in part,
500 Lbs. WHITE LEAD,
One Barrel each of LINSEED OIL and VARNISH,
50 Gallons Spts. TURPENTINE,
75 Lbs. Spanish BROU N and Venetian RED,
10 Boxes WINDOW GLASS and 100 Lbs. PUTTY,
75 Gallons MACHINE O.L,
25 *' TRAIN OIL,
0 Doz. GL A-S LAMPS, all styies,
35 " LAMP CHIMNEYS,
100 Lbs. each SODA, SALTS, SULPHUR, COPFERAS,
800 Lbs. Familv and Toiler SOAPS,
4 Bbk best KEROSENE OIL, ?c., &c.
Patent Medicines and Invaluable Eemcdses.
liegeman's Elixir CALASAYA BARK, I Whitoomb's ASTHMA REMEDY
Bradfield* FEMALE REGULATOR, PIIILOTOKEX,
Dr. Simmons' LIVER MEDICINE,
Avcr'a HAIR VIGOR,
" CHERRY PECTORAL,
" AGUE CURE
" CATHARTIC PILLS,
Allen's LUNG BALSAM,
Cook's WINE OF TA K for Coughs, Colds,
A full Stock of all kind of BITTERS,
Radwav's PILLS and READY RELIEF,
" ' MUSTANG LINIMENT,
COD LIVER OIL,
I Tammi's SELTZER APERIENT,
Hall's HAIR RESTORER,
Harry s TKlCOPHEROb\S,
Bhrnot's COCOAIN for the Hair,
BUR KALLISTON for thc Complex?::,
For Cooking P?irposes.
EXTRACT LEMON, ROSE, ORANGE, VANILLA, PINE APPLE,
A full line of BAKING POWDERS, and SPICE< of all kinds.
Toilet Articles i'or the Ladies.
POWDER BOXES, very handsome, I PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR OIL.
CAMPHOR ICE *t VINEGAR ROUGES, I PREMIUM BEARS OIL,
TOOTH POWDERS and PASTE, | HANDKERDHIEF EXTRACTS,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE, HAIR POMADES, TOILET POWDERS
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, j TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, &e., Ac.
HAMS, Clear R. SIDES. LARD. FLOUR, MEAL, SUGARS, MOLAS
SES, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, CHEESE, MACCARONI, and all Goods
kept iu a first class stock, which will be sold low for Cash.
Tobacco and Cigars.
Always on hand a supply of Choice TOBACCO and CIGARS.
It will alford me much pleasure to serve my friends and customers at all
times. And while tendering my thanks for the confidence and support
qiven through the many long years of the past, I respect fully solicit a
continuance of their patronage, with the assurance that I shall use my lest
efforts to give entire satisfaction.
fi??* Prescriptions carefully Compounded day or night.
Jan. 16, tf 4
Just received a large supp'y of
Vegetables of good quality cannot be grown without first sowing relialle
Seedd. Having tested these Seeds fer many years, I can wah confidence
recommend them to all who may desire to have a Garden stocked with fine
Vegetab'CS- ?. L. PESV
Jan 10 '*
GROCER AND COMMISSION
284 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
HAS on hand and for sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICES for Cash, or
Factors'Acceptances, payable next Fall, a FULL STOCK of Choice
Groceries and Plantation Supplies, among which may be
found the following :
HHPS. C. R. Bacon Sides.
10,000 lbs. D. S. Shoulders,
10 casks Hams,
100 packages Lard,
200 boxes Cheese,
300 bbls. Flour, all grades,
300 sacks Oats,
40 " Seed Rye,
100 bbls. Irish Potatoes,
500 packages New Mackerel-Nos.
1, 2. and 3.
100 packages Extra Mess Mackrel
10 obis. Buckwheat,
100 chests Tea, all grade-.
60 bbls. Syrup-diffe.. Out grades
200 cases Oysters, 1 and 21b. cans,
200 cases Canned Fruits and Veg
SOO cases Pickles, all sizes,
50 u Lobsters,land2lb?cans
500 gross Matches,
200 boxes Candles,
50 M Charles Dickens' Segarr.,
50 M Georgia Chiefs do.
50 M Our Choice do.
200 M various grades do,
5,000 Bushels Corn,
HHDS. Demarara Sugar,
35 hhda. Brown Sugar,
10 hhds. Scotch Sugar.
25 boxes Havana Sugar,
Augusta, Jan 16
50 bbls. Crushed, Powdered and
200 bbls. Extra C and A Sugar,
200 bags Rio Coffee,
50 " Laguayra Coffee,
50 pockets Old Government Java
100 boxes No. 1 Soap,
200 44 palo "
150 u Starch,
100 u Soda,
100 dozen Buckets,
50 " Brooms,
BARRELS Pure Baker Whisky,
50 bbls. Old Valley Whisky,
200 14 RyeWhisky.allgrados.
50 44 Pure Corn whisky,
30 44 Brandy, Gin and Rum,
10 quarter casks imported Cog
8 quarter casks Scotch and Irish
20 quarter casks Sherry, Port
and Madeira Wine,
20 casks Ale and Porter,
10 casks Cooper's Half and Half,
50 cases Champagne,
40 44 Claret,
?0 " Schnapps,
100 41 Bitters,
200 boxes Tobacco, all gradea.
100 oases Smoking do.