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Ternis, $3,00 per An nam.
Tie first Quarterly Meeting of the
Edgell eld Circuit, will be held in th?
Methodist Church at Edgefield C. H., on
the 2d Sunday and Saturday previous ir
March next. The Rev. H. M. Mood,
Presiding Elder, will be in attendance,
Coming Visit of Bishop Howe.
The Right Reverend W. B. W. Howe,
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of South
Carolina, successor of Bishop Davis, late
ly deceased, will preach and administei
theritaof confirmation in Trinity Church,
in this village, on Sunday next, in the
forenoon. Bishop Howe, an earnest end
learned preacher of Charleston, has not
before visited the up-country upon the
duties of his Episcopate, and we- shall
hear him in Edgefield for the first time
on next Sunday. He isa prelate of the
largest and noblest liberality of spirit,
and we hope to see the Church, under
Ids guidance and influence, gain new life
ia all parts of the country.
A Grievous Fault.--Where Should
the Blame .Lie?
Our subscribers and patrons are delu
ging us with complaints-especially those
Northward of us. They do not-and it
seems cannot-get the Advertiser. For
two weeks past, to our certain knowl
edge, the sack containing the A dv erl is er
packages, whick should go Northward
from dbe Pine House, has laid at that of
fice from two to four days longer than it
Mhould. Last week we gave our North
ern mail into the hands of ourU. S. mail
carrier on Wednesday night, and on the
following Sunday this mail was still ly
ing at the Pine House. And besides, we
pay an extra sum weekly for the taking
of our maU to the Pine House. Conse
quently the fault in this matter is very
clearly not ours. The mail carrier from
Edgefield to Pine House and the post
master at that depot would oblige us
vastly by setting their heads and hands
together to remedy these shortcomings.
M arphy A May of the Augusta Hotel.
They send us a new card this week.
L<it all their friends read it. Murphy <t
M iv keep a most, admirable house, and
are the most honorable and attentive of
- Mr. R. O. Sams is acting as Agent
for Col. Thomas' new paper, The South
nominating Convention of the
Republican party for Edgefield County
was held in this place on last Saturday,
when A. Ramsay, P. A. Eichelberger,
David Harris, Lawrence Cain, Sam. J.
Lee, James Holmes and Larkin Burton
were appointed Delegates to attend the
State Convention to be held shortly in
iZ"S""Dr. W. A. Sanders has accepted
the Agency in this place for the sale of
the several excellent Fertilizers offered
the public by Messrs. Sibley & Sons, of
Augusta. See advertisement, and call on
^Mr. W. H. Brimson, at this place,
and Mr. J. A. C. Jones, at Pine House,
are Agents for the sale of Mapes' Super
phosphate of Lime,-a popular and well
John Browse Marching this Way.
Not "old John Brown" whose "soul is
marching on," but Mr. Jno. Browne, a
very skillful and experienced Machinist
and Cabinet Maker, who has established
himself in business on the Railroad, five
mile:) below the Pine House. - His card
in to-day's paper wiBjprovo a matter of
Housekeepers-everybody in fact. Be
certain not to overlook it.
The New Barber.
Maybin Griffin, a colored barber, has
come and set up among us. He is well
known to many of us as a young man of
good character, polite manners, and fair
experience in his calling. See his card
in another column.
Exit Hewet! Enter Jackson and
Hewet, the veteran of the Globe Hotel,
Augusta, has left it for another field of
action, and his mantle has fallen upon
Messrs Jackson <fe Julian, two most es
timable gentlemen, both thoroughly vers
" ed in all the ins and outs of hotel-keep
ing. We beg for their card, in another
column, special attention.
"The office of the County Commis
sioners was found in proper order, books
properly balanced and monies accounted
So reads the Presentment of the Grand
Jury of Newberry County at the Janu
ary Term of Court. The Grand Juries
of Edgefield have failed to discharge
their duty in this particular, ever since
the establishment of the office of County
Commissioners. Why should they alwa3's
examine the offices of the Sherill', Judge
of Pi-obate and Clerk of Court, and neg
lect t he important office of the County
Commissioners? Gentlemen of the Grand
Inquest for Edgefield, at your next ses
sion, don't forget the County Commis
sioners. Tho people want information
concerning the receipts and expenditures
of th sir money by the Commissioner,
and through your authority and report
is their only hope of obtaining an insight
into the official management of their
?ST The New York Tribune, of Satur
day last, says: "In a Special Message to
the Legislature, Governor Scott, of South
Carolina, makes os bad an exhibit ol his
Administration os his worst enemies have
charged upon him. Of thc finances, here
is a specimen: In November, 1870, the
bonded debt of the State was put down
by the Comptroller and assented to by
the Governor and Treasurer at $7,(305,908
98. In November, 1871, just one year af
ter, it is put down by the Governor and
Treasurer at $15,761,008 98, showing an
increase of $8,102,000, and yet from 18G8
to 1870, inclusive, $5,466,87S 52 have been
collected in taxes. The amounteach year,
it is claimed, being more than enough to
pay tho State expenses, but unaccounted
for. ^ ? ^_
DIABOLICAL ACT.-We learn that on
Thursday night last the stable of Capt. J.
C. S. Brown, living about nine miles from
Newberry, was set on fire-at least so
supposed', as no other conclusion can be
arrived at-and seven valuable head o?
horses burnt to death. Five of the horses
belonged to Capt. Brown, r.nd two to Dr.
Bates. The loss falls heavily on these
gentlemen, in that the one had hardly re
covered from the burning of his residence
some few years since, and the other is
just starting in life. The perpetrator of
snch act is a fiend, and should be hung
as high as Haman.-Newberry Herald.
FATAL ACCIDENT.-While blasting rock
Vn his own well, Mr. Henry B. Young, a
respectable citizen of this County, met
the misfortune of losing his life by acci
dental expfosion, on thc 31st ult. An
other person in the well with Mr. Y. at
the time the explodion occurred, escaped
with little or no injury. The hands at
the windlass on hearing the explosion,
lowered the bucket, when Mr. Young
without assistance got into it, and was
drawn up. but survived only about- twe
hours. Mr. Young leaves a wife and sev
eral children to mourn his unfortunate
1ST A tcstv old ?m?i?nm was inces
santly pestered by his neighbors wi?h in
quiries after his health ; at last, losing ali
patience with thermit assiduous of these
inquiries, "Tell your master," said he
to the servant, " v, itu. my compliment?,
that I am pretty well this morning, and
sha:! continue so for twenty-one morning!
With all My Bool j Love, I'll Be
If thou wilt be my Valentine! To
morrow will be the day-Wednesday the
14th. And, oh! the cupids, and hearts,
and true-love knots, and violets and rings
gas- We have at last found out what it
requires to make a man truly loyal in the
South. Chandler, in his blasphemous
harangue in the Senate the other day, in
speaking of the rebel General Longstreet,
said that he. " had furnished the highest
that will be sown broadcast ! Rings typi- ! possiblo evidence of repentance, loyalty
cal of the love that hath no end-and all j and general good character, by joining
that! St. Valentine has certainly dete
riorated with the times, but still he is a
right gallant and sentimental gentleman.
He st?l has a fondness for delicious bits
of rhyme, where sharp and relentless
darts are sent into tender and unsuspect
ing hearts, and, rankling there in cruel
fashion, awake no end of tender passion.
H has a delicious way bf talking of deep J
blue eyes and anxious sighs, and is
spooney over affinities that will last
through the eternities, and always love
more as the cycles pass over them. It
would be something to see the loads of
poetry this saint has inspired. We call
to mind divers pretty lines. We write
them down for our young friends. It is
not yet too late for them to be available.
14 Time may crease thy brow with care,
And bleach thy locks of auburn hair ;
Yet naught can change this heartof mine,
li thou wilt be my Valentine.''
And this. How pretty to send to a
" All the roses in all the gardens
Cannot equal thy cheeks my love ;
All the violets in all the meadows
Are not as blue as thine eyes, my dove;
Sunshine sleeps in thy hair, my darling;
Thy breath is as sweet as the breath of
All the world were well lost, .iy darling,
If thou wert ny own dear Valentine."
And then there Ls the famous, old-time
Valentine of Charles, Duke of Orleans,
who was taken at the battle of Agincourt,
and learnt, while a prisoner, to write
English poetry :
"Each little bird this tide
Doth choose her loved peer,
Which constantly abide
In wedlock all the year.
As nature is their guide,
So may we two be true
This year, nor change for new,
As turtles coupled were."
And another. But no !-the old people
will begin to think us somewhat- " spoo
the Republican party." This, then, is to
be the test of a man's loyalty, and the
only thing ?iat will entitle him to the
rights and privileges of a citizen. If he
joins the Radical party his sins are at
once wiped out.-Pittsburg Post.
Newspaper Changes in Greenville.
Col. G. F. Townes has retired from his
connection with the Enterprise, leaving
Mr. John C. Bailey sole editor.
And Messrs. T. A. <fc W. A. Hayden
have leased the Mountaineer from Messrs.
Elford <fe Wells. All these gentlemen,
however, will combine in the conduct of
this paper, which is soon to be enlarged.
Our best wishes attend both papers.
Diseases that progress rapidly to a
crisis are not the only ones to be dread
ed. Canker or dry rot does not blast, a
tree as suddenly as a stroke of lightning,
but unless arrested it destroys it as cer
tainly ; and in like manner chronic de
bility, although it does not kill with the
swiftness of yellow fever, is as sure to
sap the springs of life eventually as any
acute disease, if not checked by invigo
rating medication. There is something
inexpressibly touching in the spectacle of
premature decay. Languor, pallor, ema
ciation, depression of spirits, and a dis
taste for exertion, are its ordinary symp
toms, and they should be promptly met
by tonic treatment. The best invigorant
and exhilarant that can be administered
in a case of this kind is Hosteler's Stom
ach Bitters The stimulating principle
of the preparation rouses the dormant
energies of the system, and the strength
ening and regulating properties give a
permanent ana healthful impulse to the
vital forces thus brought into play. The
failing appetite is re-awaken ed, the pro
cess of digestion and assimilation are
quickened, the quality of the blood is
improved, the secretions become more
natural, and every organ that contributes
to the nourishment of the body under
goes salutary change. By these means
the repair of the physical structure is ef
fected and its health and vigor restored.
In no class of diseases has thu beneficent
operation of the Bitters boen more mark
ed and striking than in those character
ized by general debility and nervous
prostration. Ladies affected rvitli these
ailments find in this most wholesome ol
all tonics and correctives the safest >ITH1
surest means of relief. It is strong i->
restore and powerless to injure. Such in
the uniform testimony of " clouds of w it
FROM DAN TO BEERSHEBA.-From
Charleston to Dahlonega, from the sea
board to thc mountains, can be sec-u a
marked improvement in the style o
buildings in the last five years. Villa
ges and farm houses all present a more
elegant and comfortable appear.i- ce. The
reason is well known, lt is because in
that period the whole country has loamed
to patronize that celebrated inanufiCturer
of Doors, Sashes and Blinds, Mr. P. P,
T?ALE, Charleston, S. C. 3
Facts Are Stubborn Things !
See the amounts of Insurance that can be bought in the principal Life In
surance Companies in this country, and
IVZCarls: tlxe Contrast i
?AT AOE OK 20|AT AGE OF 30|AT Atna uv
WILL nu Y I WILL BUY
St. Louis Mutual.
So ut ?lorn Life.
Life Association of America.
New York Life.
Piedmont and Arlington.
S 8,605 5o!
7. *41 47|
8, ?55 4C?
8 8,630 .'iO!
8 810 57
Or an Average of 30 PER CENT. In Favor of the UNIVERSAL.
Participation in the Profits Guaranteed in the Policy bv the
ILL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE !
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 the time in full force and effect. The fol
lowing table shows approximately the time during 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 of years and.days for which neiv policies ivill bc issued.
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities, 140 to 100
Edgefield, S. C., Jan 10
GEO. B. LAKE, Gen'l Agent.
Standard Fertilizers !
E are prepared to furnish to the Planters of Edgefield the following
STANDARD FERTILIZERS at reduced rates:
Kettlewell's A. A. i'hospIso-Peruvian Guano,
Ober'* Soluble Ammonialed Super Phosphate,
Ober's Georgia Cotton Compound,
Ober'* Ammoniated Alkaline Phosphate,
Chappell'* A in m on sated Super Phosphate,
Pure Peruvian Guano,
Pure Dissolved Bones,
Pure Land Plaster.
These Ma >ures are GUARANTIED TO BE UP TO THE HIGHEST
.STANDARD, and we confidently refer to our numerous patrons in Edgefield
as to iheir merits.
A full supplv always on hand. Orders solicited. Apply to Z. W. CAR
WILE, Edgefield C. H.; JOHN KENNERLY, Ridge; A. D. BATES,
Bates\ ille, or to
WARREN, WALLACE & CO.,
At GUSTA, GA.
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
Edenfield, we deem it unnecessary :
FRUIT HILL, EPOEFIELD, CO., S. C.
Dec. 18th, 1871.
MESSRS. WARREIT, WALLACE & Co.
SIRS : I have used Ober's Ammoniated
Super Phosphate two years in succession
andsav, w?noutany hesitation whatever,
that it is the best fertilizer that I have
ever used. I have tried several other
kinds of Guanos, that cost moro per ton,
and they did not pay me as large a per
cent, on the investment as tho Ammoni
atrd Super Phosphate. I shall sustain
what I day by using it again on next
vear's ero?. ' Respectfully. <kc.,
* W. SCOTT ALLEN.
HATOITER'B POXD, S. C.
" MESSRS. WARREN, WALLACH & Co.
" J** lt
Gentlemen : Having used Ober's "A. A."
Phospho Peruvian Guano for four years
successively, and with such admirable
results, it ?ives me pleasure to add my
testimony to that of many others as to its
very superior value. I used thirteen
tons last year, and, as an evidence of my
appreciation of this article, shall increase
the amount this season. I have taken thc
position (and have acted upon it) that the
only true economy in the use of Commer
cial M mures is to get the most highly
concentrated and best articles, andmy
confidence in the manufacturers of the
" A. A." leads me to believe that in this
article I have found the best, and can
always rely m pon its being fully up to
thc a ten dard as recommen ded.
Very truly, yours,
JNO. M. BELL.
. ...?.'... .-. .-i '<??:
M. L. BONHAM. R. G. BONHAM,
BONHAM & BONHAM,
Attorneys at Law,
Office, at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
Jan 24 tf 5
THOS. J. ADAMS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Will Practice iu Courts of this County
and . tate.
Will be found in the Law Office next
above T. P. Magrath, Esq., and opposite
Edgefield, S. C., Nov. 29, 6m 49
J. L. ADDISON,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in
Will practice in the State Courts and
in the United States Circuit and District
Courts of South Carolina. Also, in tho
Superior Courts in Augusta, Ga.
Claims promptly collected in any por
tion of the State.
Office at Edgefield Court House, S. C.
Jan 10 3m 3
H. W. ADDISON,
LAW RANOE, EDOEFIELD, C. H.
Brick Office, formerly office of Mo
ragne <fe Addison.
Jan. 1, ly 2
THE undersigned have formed a Co
partnership for the PRACTICE OF LAW
in Edgefield County, and the Counties of
the Fifth Circuit, under the name and
style of MAGRATH & ABNEY.
They will also Practice in the Courts of
Trial Justices for these Counties.
THOMAS P. MAGRATH,
JOHN R. ABNEY.
Edgefield, Dec. 13, tf 51
$48 Per Ton Casi
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ILL Practice in Edgefield, Lexington,
Barnwell and Richland. .
Columbia, Mar 8 , ly IT
This GUANO is well known in I
after thorough trial, under all condit
uot attach to Fertilizers of recent int
In view of reduced cost of mane
this VALUABLE FERTILIZER is
Company, to furnish THE BE -T FJ
SMALL PROFITS fore mpensalion
We WARRANT THE STOCK
as that heretofore sold.
For specific terms, apply to
John S. REESE & CO., General k
PREPARED UNDER THE SUPE]
This article, as above stated, is p
A Compost made with an equal v
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, which is
The Compost should be made fro
take place, and should be applied at i
General experience for two years
FERTILIZER FOR COTTON and (
This ACID PHOSPHATE is no\
WITHOUT INTEREST (no drayage
FERTILIEER at a minimum outlay j
For specific terms apply to
A HE Undersigned have this day I
formed a Partnership for the PRACTICE '
of LAW ki the Courts of this State, and
the Circuit Court of the United States.
JOHN E. BACON,
J. D. TALBERT.
Dec 4, 1871. 3m 50
A FULL SUPPLY OF PERI
Auguusta, Dec 13
?otton. Coro, 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 Basel Street ; Mines os Ashley River.
fat il Xii
Composting With Cotton
CASH, $30 per 2000 Lbs. at Factory.
TIME, $35 per 2000 Lbs., at Factory, paya
ble Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOUT INTEREST.
WM. C. D?KES & CO.,
No. 1, South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Col. WM. BUTLER Agent at Edgefield, S. C.
EDGEFIELD, Dec. 30th, 1871.
1 have used commercial fertilizers for
several years, and this year, with other
kind?, used thc Wando, giving it, 1 think
n fair trial. In my opinion, thc Wando
gave moro remunerative results than any
other kind used by mc.
EDOEKIELD, C. H., S. C., Jan. 1,1872.
This ie to certify that I have used thc
Wando Guano for two years with the
happiest result-quantity applied200lbs.,
with 15 Bushel* Cotton Seed per acre
with Ulis manuring I increased tho yield
of seed Cotton per acre about six hun
dred pound? or more. I may add that I
made a bale per acre on twenty acres
with above manuring.
W. A. SANDERS.
EDOEFIELP, S. C., Dec. 30th, 1671.
This year I planted eighty-fivfl acr< (.
in Cotton, poor land, and used throe t-ms
of the Wando Guano. 1 made, packed
ami sold fortjr-f?jght bales, weighing 400
pounds. The three Urns were applied to
45 acres, which produced 31 hales For
ty acres, bettor lund, was uninnnurcd,
and the result was only 17 hales. Thc
cheapness, and thc intrinsic worth o?* die
Wando, places it npon a morned valua
tion. E. li. YUUNGBLQOD.
EDOEFIELD, S. C., Jan. loth, IS72.
I have used the Wai Fertilizcrfor
two years, and willingl, es ti fy as to ii>
merfts. Taking imo consideration it?
cost, it paid mc better, as an investment,
than Peruvian Guano, and isociu.-il, if not
superior, to any fertilizer in the market,
of which 1 have any practical knowledge.
January 1st, 18/2.
WILL FROM THIS DATE OFFER HIS
ENTIRE 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 a*> to
insure an ENTIRE CLEARANCE of the whole Stock in the shortest
?^Early Calls Solicited.
W. H. BRUNSON.
Jan"2 Ira 2
Seed Oats! Seed Oats!
FOR Sale by
J. MONROE WISE,
Pine House, S. C.
FROM this date I will practice Medi
eine oxclusivelv for Cash.
T. H. PATTISON.
Jaa 17 0m 4
^g?mt for tile Companys
li; 355 Without Interest on Time. Nc
Charge for Drayage.
the Cotton States, from experience in its use for six years past. It has acquirer
ions of season, a character for reliable excellence unsurpassed, and which can
[facture, and the unusual facilities of the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY
now sold at the above price, which is in conformity with the policy of th?
?RTILIZER AT THE LEAST COST, looking to LARGE SALES and
IN MARKET THIS SEASON precisely the same in composition and quality
J. O. MATHEWSON,
"Agent, Augusta, Ga.
Agents, Baltimore, Md.
TC GUANO COMPANY'S
composting with Cotton Seed.
?INTENDENCE OF DR. ST. JULIEN RAVELEL, CHARLESTON, S. C.
irepared expressly for COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
weight of this article and Cotton Seed, furnishes the Cotton Seed with the
necessary to make it properly effective.
m four to six weeks before planting time, in order that decomposition may
Prom 400 to 600 pounds per acre or more.
has shown this Compost to be A MOST ECONOMICAL and EFFECTIVE
v put into market at the low price of $30 PER TON CASH; $35 ON TIME,
,) at which rate every planter can supply himself with a FIRST CLASS
J. O. MATHEWSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company, Augusta, Ga.
IVIAN GUANO GROUND BONE AND LAND PLASTER
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS.
Have prepared a Special Fertilizer adapted to the Cotton Plant,
under the name of
Which they claim to be of the highest grade of Fertilizer sold in the South
j and guanmteed to equal in its results Peruvian Guano, pound for pound
? and to be of more permanent benefit to the soil.
ii bas been nscd hy SEVERA!, HUNDRED PE ANT-,
ERS i ss Noi'ii! and Sout?a Carolina and Georgia tor
two Seasons with thc following results:
It increases the crop from 100 to 200 per cert.
It resists drought in all cases. The crop ia not affected by rust.
It matures thc crop three to lour weeks in .advance, thus insuring the
crop against early frosts, or in the event of a backward season for planting
ennuies the planter to put in Lis crop thrctj or four weeks later, even as late
as the 1st hine, with n certainty of success;
1* '. I...tt,.v ntw itv of Cotton.
58 Exchange Place, Baltimore,, Md.
P: . .. S SOS. AgfB??S,
. - C.
i ni; 2ra 4
DiCESi K\S COMPOUND
' V-:-- : -M
PREPARED BY THE DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY,
Of Standard Quality & Excellence,
GUARANTEED FREE FROM A?\:Y ADULTERATION.
CASH PRICE, $33 PER TON,-TIME, $60 !
MATERIALS FRESH AND PURE!
NO OLD STOCK ON HAND !
Wc refer generally to our enstomers, to be found in almost every com
munity, mid wg publish no Werri fica tes.
Also, FINE GROUND PURE BONE lor composing and fermentation,
an artic e ?vhich cannot fail to stfve satisfaction. PRICE. HO PEU TON.
We manufacture any-formula for other parties as may be ordered, and
guarantee good work and best materials.
Applv for circulars, to .
JAMES T. GARDINER President,
Capt. LEWIS JON KS, A gent for ridgefield District.
Cfs)'. Fi itv Cents per hundred pounds will >-e given for all kinds of Dr
Bones delivered at either of the Depots on the Columbia & Augusta R. R.
Jan 2* 3m 2
M APE ?' ftiTROGENlZi?D
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
' The OMcsi Suner-Pluisrhalr Manufactured i?> this Country.
?Composed of B'oNES, POTASH. PHOSPHATO GUANO, CONCEN
TRATED ANIMAL AMMONIACAL MATTER and SULPHURIC
ACID. No Suit, Sait Cuke, Nitre Cake, Plast? r, nor Adit terant or Absorb
ent ol any kind used. Factory open tor inspection at all times.
N. NETEEN YEARS OE I ii ACT CAL EXPERIENCE.
Introduced in 18.J^. Interned I ?ec. 29, 1759.
Quick Action and Permanent Improvement tu the Soil.
Testimony of Hundreds ol' Well-Known. Planter? in its Favor on Every
Variety ol' Crop and Soi!, e'yen During Extreme Adv? rse Seasons.
$45 Cash--$?0 Time, payable Sst Nov. Isl, 1873.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents for South Carolina,
NO 128 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. H. BRUNSON, at Edgefield C. H., and J. A. C. JONES, at Pine House De
Janl^i 3m _5
ivL.;T.-.:v'T)--nnrnMr.^i'rt.t?.' jji ummmaj1 "MUMU' Wi'lMBgW*! I?^?M?IW???WS?O^SWB
? Tax Payers, Take Notice.
COUNTY AuniTOR'S OFFICE,
EDGEFIKLO, Jan. 30th, 1872.
THOSE persons who have failed to pay
tlinir taxes and penalty will do well
to como forward and pay up before the
20th of Feb., as after that day tho law
will be followed to the letter.
ROBERT A. LYNCH,
Jan. 30, _3t_6
Increasing the 7^ from, 100 to 500 -gtono Fertilizers.
Prepared expressly for the
O. F. CHEATHAM, Agent. *. WM. JOHNSON. Agent,
24 tf 5 I Dora's Mills, S. C.
CHAS. G. GOODRICH,
271 Broad street, Augusta, Georgia
MANUriC?'UEEE AND BEAUS
HARNESS AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS,
BELTING-RUBBER AN? LEATHER,
OT ALL K I ?sT ID
FIU li AMEIICAK CALF Al KIP SKINS,
Trunks, Buggy Umbrellas, Whips, tee., too.
ALL AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Augusta, Oct 25 # 4m 44- '
FOR SPRING TRADE,
DURABLE, PRETTY AND CHEAP.
JAMES G. BAILIE * BRO.,
205 Rroad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
??E DOW opening for early Spring Trade a beautiful Stock of
In Brussels, Three Plys, Ingrain and Cheap Carpets.
Mattings, Rugs, Mats, Druggets,
A Beautiful Assorted Stock.
Floor and Table Oii Cloths,
Of new designs; Best Goods; all widths ; cut any size.
WINDOW SHADES, all sizes wanted.
The prettiest stock ever shown in Augusta.
RUSTIC SHADES. $1,25 and $1,50 each..
LACE CURTAINS of exquisite finish-new goods-from $2 to $50 a
Cornices and Bands,
Rosewood and Gilt, Walnut and Gilt ; and Plain and Gilt Cornices, witlr
or without centers.
REP, TERRY'and DAMASK CURTAINS,
TASSELS, GIMP, LOOPS, LINING, &c.
Wall Papers, Borders and Paper Shades
In beautiful stvles for Spring trade, at
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER'S.
P. S.-Carpets made and laid, Oil Cloths laid and Shades hung with dis
Jan 30 10t 6
Firm in i _' ..i.^uim_j-~F~?*-y_
Erigcfield, S. C.,
HAS 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. His
Stock embraces in parr.
500 Lbs. WHITELEAD,
One Barrel euch nf LINSEED OIL and VARNISH,
5? Gallons SP'S Ti RPENTTNE,
75 . .. .: . :\ . " i V.-^.^EED.
'.TV* - *S . .... 100 Lbs. PCT: Y
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Brad?eld's FEMALE Riv ?ULA'! OK.
Dr Simmons' LIVER MEDICINE,
Avers HAIR VIGOR,
??'. (JHEKR? PECTORAL,
" AGUE CE UK. .
" CATHARTIC PILLS.
Allen's LUNG BALSAM,
Cook's WINE O Fi" A k iorCouglis, Coids,
A full Stock o? all kind of BITTERS,
Vail ! * l LE.A-ED? '
Radv.-vV PILLS and READY RELIEF.
". ' MUSTANG LINIMENT, 1 '
CUD LIVER uIL,
Tarranr'? SELTZER APERIENT,
Hall's HAIR RESTORER,
Burnet'a COCOAIN for the Hair,
BUR KALLISTON for the Complexion,
FOP Cooking- Purposes;
EXTRACT LEMON, ROSE, ORANGE, VANILLA, PINE APPLE
A full line of BAKING POWDERS, and SPICE< of all kinds.
To?Set Articles for the Ladies.
POWDER BOXES, very handsome, I PENN'S EXCELSIOR HAIR OIL,
CAMPHOR IC E& VINEGAR ROUGES, PREMIUM BEARS OIL,
TOOTH POWDERS and PASTE, ? HANDKERDHIEF EXTRACTS,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE,
HAIR POMADES, TOILET POWDERS
TOILET SOAPS, all Flavors, Ac., &c.
HAMS, Clear R. SIDES. LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGARS, MOLAS
SES, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, CHEESE, MACCARON?, and all Goods
kept in 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 afford me much pleasure to serve my friends and customers at all
times. And while tendering my.thanks for the confidence and support
given through thc many long years of the past, I respectfully solicit a
continuance of their patronage, with the assurance that I shall use my best
efforts to give entire satisfaction.
SST Prescriptions carefully Compounded day or night.
Jan. 16, _ _Jf_4
~~~ ' EJN" SEEDS.
Just revved a large supply of
Vegetables of good quality cannot be grown without first sowing reliable
Seeds! Having tested these Seeds for many yea?s, I can with confidence
reemmend the?u to all who may desire to "have a Garden stocked with fine
G. E. PENN.
GROCER AND COMMISSION
IVE er elia nt,
248Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
AS on hand and for pale at LOWEST MARKET PRICES for Cash, or
Factors' Acceptances, payable next Fall, a FULL STOCK of CilOlCC
Groceries and Plantation Supplies, among which1 maybe';
found the following : .
50 IIHDS. C It. Bacon Sides,
10,000 His. D. S. SaouMers,
10 casks llama,
100 packages Lard,
.100 bbla. 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 bbls. Buckwheat, j -, _~
100 chests Tea, all grades, I ll
50 bbia. Syrup-different grades 1 '
200 cases Oysters, 1 and 2 lb. canst,
200 cases Canned Fruits and Veg
300 cases Pickles, all sizes,
50 " Lobsters, 1 and 2 lb. cans
200 gross Matches,
200 boxes Candles.
50 M Charles Dickens' Segars,
50 bbls. Crushed, Pow*er*4tftdHri:
Granulated Bugaijiftu dd OJ
200 bbls. Extra C and A Sogar., o '
200 bags Rio Coffee,. " ,; - Jy-i
50 " Laguavra Coffee, :
50 pockets OU? Government Java c
100 boxes No. 1 Soap,
200 44 pale. "
150 " Starch,
100 " Soda,
100 dozen Buckets,
60 " Brooms,
50 M Georgia Chiefs do.
60 M Our Choice do.
200 M various grades do.
5,000 Bushels Corn,
HHDS. Demarara Sugar,
35 bhds. Brown Sugar,
10 hhds. Scotch Sugar.
25. boxe? Havana Su ?ar,
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BARRELS Pure Baker Whisky,
50 bbls. Old Valley Whisky; "
200 44 Rye Whisky^ angra_es.:
50 " Pure Corn WhiskjL^ij?' j.
30 " Brandy, Gin and Rum, ?
10 quarter casks importe?'?og-'?;
nae Brandy, '
8 quarter casks Scotch and Irish O;
20 quarter casks Sherry,, Pon '
and Madeira Wine, .i .3~C
20 casks Ale and Porter, ?i_?
10 casks Cooper's Half ana iTal?",
50 cases Champagne,
40 44 Claret,
50 44 Schnapps, - . v';t
100 44 Bitters,
200 boxes Tobacco, all grad?,--- -;
100 cases Smoking do. j, rv*
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