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Scatter tue Germs of the Beautiful.
Scatter tho germs of the beautiful,
By tho, wayside let them fall.
That the r?se may spring by the cottage
And the vine on the g-.ydon wall ;
Cover the rough and rude of earth
With a veil of leaves and Howers,
And mark with the opening bud and cup
The march of the summer Lours.
Scatter tho germs of the beautiful
In the holy shrine ol' home ;
Let tho pure and the fair, and the grace
. In their loveliest lustre come.
Leave not a trace of deformity
In the temple of the heart, * .
. But gather about its hearth the goms
Of nature and of art.
Scatter the germs of thc beautiful
In the depths of the human soul ;
The\- shall bud, and blossom, and bear
While the endless ages roll ;
Paint with tbs (lowers of charity
The portals of the tomb,
And the fair and the pure about thy path
In paradise shall bloom 1
THE THREE"" GiH.ilES.'
Ax EASTERX T:\LE.
Hamel Abdallah "was an inhabitant
of agi-o'to on ono of the slopes of
Moun! Olympus. Vl'nen he stood at
the "entrance of his Rumble dwelling,
' he co.il'l embrace at one glance, all
the ter.-itorv originally possessed by
Osman,, th .- founder of the Ottoman
Empire, and, as he five times a day
offered up his prayers to Allah, he
invoked blessings upon the head of
Solym m the Magnificent, the reign
ing Sultan in whose linfe he lived.
Indeed. Abdallah was renowned for
his sanctity: and the *rihaln"n?iis of
the vicinity . treated Iii - :i with ihe
most marked respect.
' He was not, however, entitled t
this excessive veneration by' his ?ge
for he had scarcely attained his for
tieth, year when the- incident of thi .
tale took place. His venerable father,
who w s himself a dervi e of groa*
sanctity, and whose yeats amount d
to ?four-score, resided with him inti:-.-,
same grotto ; and fortunate was deem
ed thc individual who, on h?3 way
along the elopes of Olympus, was al
lowed t-j join the prayers of the two
dervises, kneeling upon I he ground
at the entrance <>f th--- < ave, and tam
ing tlM<ir countenances toward the
h'ly cities of Mecca ; nd Medina.
Mamet Abdallah wai one morning
roving among the; groves and woods
" which extended up iib- motto tai . f ir
above his grotto, "aw! pondering upon
the passage in the K'-r .n which he
had been pursuing but a s! or: time
previously, when his fotpt suddenly
struck against something hard upon
the ground. He looked downward,
and saw an iron ring fastened to a
small brass plate which was let into a
square of stone work, and seemed to
cov?r a hollow place or well. Obey
ing a sudden impulse of curiosity,
Hamet applied his fia*nd to the ring,
arid pulled it with all his force. After
many vain' exertions, the brass plate
yielded* to his efforts, and he fell back
wards with the sudden shock.
Before he had time to arise aud
examine the aperture thus laid baje,
a dense volume of smoke issued from
the homo, and ascended in the air to
the height of several thousand feet
Hamer, gazed with astonishment
upon this strange apparition ; brit
-how much more was his wonder ex
cited when he sa-w ibo amoks gradu
ally become moro and more palpable
and shapely, and at length asmrne
the form of an immense giant, with a
long, flowing, white beard, and a tre
mendous pine in his right hand.
Ham.'; fell upon his knees, and was
about t . put up a prayer to Heaven,
when the terrible apparition addressed
him in -. voice of tlnnder :.
"2?i?y; mention not the name of
the Deity, or I will ?cut th >c in'o ten
thou-and pieces !"
u Who art thou?" demanded Hamet,
rising from his suppliai posture.
"I am Kera, an evil Genio, whom
a victorious power shut up in tlr.t ac
cursed hole, where I have languished
for two thousand years. It is an evil
day for thee that brought thee hither. ".
"Aol wherefore,, proud Genie?"
'.Because I am about to kill thee,
in order to avenge myself upon sora
one for this long captivity." .
At these words Hamer trembled
very much, and.be?onght 'tho 'Genie
to spare his life. F -r a long time the
Genie- was inexorable, and ordered
him to prepare for immediate death :
but at length he suffered himself to
be moved by, the pnyera and entre
ties of tho .virtuoin dervisc.
" Hark ye,'* said the Genii?, 1 T am i
willing to sfJare your lye upon ona
" Name it," said Ham. t, h's hear1
leaping with joy.
" I will gran', your request, I say,"
proceeded the Genie " on condition
that you perpetrate some crime which
may diminish your overwhelming
pride of conscious virtue. Do-not In
terrupt me, or I wi'l kill you upon
the spot, but listen. ' I give you your
choice of three of the iii st heinous
crimes which I can imagine. Yon
shall either violate thc law bf the
Prophet and drink your fill of go -cl
wi\e, or yon shall murder your ven
erable old father, or you shall curs.-,
th J name of that Deify whom you
worship. Choose "between those three
Then Hamet was very sorrowful;
and he endeavored to melt the heart
oj' the evil Genie ; but all his prayers
and entreaties wer.? unavailing. He
accordingly went to reason within
"If," said he, "I assassinate my
. father no contrition can wipe away
my crim*?; and moreover, the law
will overtake me with ve ?geanee. If
I curse the name of the great Allah,
I may sigh in vain for future happi
ness in tuu gardens of Paradise. But
if I become inebriate with thc juice
of the grape, I can expiate that fault
by severe mortification, penitence,
and renewed prayer."
Then turning his countenance up
ward toward the Genie, he said : " 0,
fountain of all evil, I have made my
choice, since thou art determined"
upon this "injury."
" Name the object of that choice,"
said the Genie..
" I will get drunk with wine, us
the least of the crimes which yon
propose," answered the dervisc.
! " Be it so," cried the Genie ; " this
evening, after the hour of prayer, thou
wilt find a jar of Cyprus wine upon
thy table ; when thy father "has re
tired,"fulfill thy promise then. But
woe unto thee if thou deceiveth me."
Thej3enie gradually became less
palpable, as he spoke these words,
and by- the time the concluding men
. ace issued from his lips he haw van
ished altogether. Hamet retraced
his steps toward the grotto with a
sor Awful heart ; but he would not
confide his anticipated disgrace to the
affectionate parent who welcomed his
The day passed away rapidly, and
in the evening Hamet and his sire
knelt down as usual at the door of
the grotto, with their voices in prayer.
When their vespers were concluded
"the old man embraced his son tenderly,
and retired to the inner - part d' the
As soon as Hrnnet knew that his
father slept; he lighted a lamp ; and
us tue Genie .had told him. he saw i
i arge vessel ot' w'v.e stun-iinu upon
the table. ' The unhappy dervise
raised it lo his lips and drank* deep
ly, of the intoxicating draught. A
glow of fire seemed to electrify hi
frame* and he laughed as he sat the
vessel down upon tho table. . Again
he drank, and he fe t iv;*!:l?>s und
careless of the cons|eipie*i:ce3. If -
'trank the thud tinto; and when ?te
had emptied tho measure, he ran oui
to the door of tho grotto, amt threw
it down the slop-o o! the mountain.
Then; nahe heard'it bounding along,
he laughed with indescribable mirth.
As he turned to enter the grotto, he
saw his father standing -behind him.
'. Lyn," said the old mau. " the
mise of revelry awoke me from my
slumbers, and I rise to lind my be
loved Hamet drunken with wine!
Alas! is this merely one of many
night orgies ? and have I now awaken
ed to the dreadful truth of thine im
piety forthemst time? Alas! thou
hast cast ashes lipon tho gray head of
Hamet could not brook; this accu
sation, and the implied suspicion that
he was accustomed to indulge in
wino while his father slept. He felt
suddenly indignant at the language
ol' l.is sire, and cried : " Return to
your coach, old dotard ! Thou know
ost a- t what thou sayest Ki
Aird, as ho uttereJ ?hese Word-', ho
pushed his father violently into the
T >tto. Tho old man resisted, awl
;;.a:;i remonstrated-* wi th Hamet. fhc
brain of the son was confused with j
llijU*. ?md a sudden dread of expo
sure io the world entered his mind.
With the rage of a demon he rushed
upon his .!: ary-hcaded sire, and
dashed him furiously against the
?..tone walls of the grotto. Tho old
man fell with his temple against a
sharp flint-one groan emanated from
. his bosom-and Iii.-* spirit fled forever.
Suddenly conscious of the horrid
crime of which he.had been guilty,
ITamet tore his hair, beat his breast,
and raved like a maniac. And in
the midst of his ravings he lifted- np
his voice against the majesty of
He..ven, and cursed the Deity whom,
he had so long and fervently wor
At that instant a terrible'din echoed
round about-the thunder roiled, the
tall trees shook with an earthquake
and, amidst the .roar of conflicting
elements, were heard shoats of in
. ferrml laughter. All hell seemed to
rejoice at the fall of a good man.
whom no other vice had ever temp'ed
away from the paths .of virtue ifntil
drunkenness presented itself. Tho
rag-, of the storm increased-the trees
were tor,n up by their roots-and
fragments of the rocky parts of Olym
pus rolled down th . hil] with the fury
of an Alpine avalanche. Suddenly
the Genie appeared befo: e the wretch
ed Hamet and exclaimed : " Fool ! by
choosing to commit the crime which
.seemed to thee least, thou hast com
mitted the other two likewise! for
I there is more danger in thc- wine cup
than in any other means of tempta
tion presented by Satan to mankind." j
And the last words of the Genie
mingled with the redoubled howling
of tho storm, as Hamet was borne
down the slope of the mountain by
the falling masses, and dashed to
pieces at the bottom.
The story *is told of an old Airmer
who loved mischief and did not love j
a neighboring deacon. With a gang j
of roguish boys in the neighborhood
he w.ison most friendly terras, though j
lie took care never directly to encour- I
;ige riicm in their youthful prunk.-.
But he thoroughly understood thom
and they knew him. One evening he
met them just starfing ont .on a lark,
and addressing them in stern tones
said : " Boys, I tell you not to put the
deacon's wagon on the roof cf his
? barn, to-night." And then, as if an
after thought jost as they were moving
off in the direc'ion of..the deacon's
house. ,! Be good Hoys, and herc'.-1
a qu trter for you !" The next mor - !
in ? the de'acon had to call upon hi?:
neig!;I.ors to assist in getting his
wagon to terra ii ma, but n.o one
could say that .the farmer had id
vishe I thc mischief the b-?ys haddone,
AA hiPossrEiLiTY -.-Von may worm
a fenco around a winter's supply-*?il
summer H"n:ifc)i,'i\ *.;i*..i ibo clouds
from the sky with a lenspo'-n, catch a
Ihuiiderbolt in a bladder^ break ..n
liuvrifsine to harness, lasso uti ava
l;inc!u\ pin a diaper on the era or of
?tn a-ti ve volcano, hive all the stars
in a nail keg. hang the ocean on a
rail fence to dry, put the sky to soak
in a gourd, unbuckle the belly band
of eternity, and paste " To let" on
rhc sun *\nd nv on ; but never for one
moment, delude yourself with the
idea that you can escape that place
on the other side of purgatory and
got to heaven unless you pay the
A little girl in New York recently
'celebrated .ber fourt h birthday by at
tending 'Sabbath-school. Wiitin the
recitations cf tho class wore fi ?shed,
the teacher asked her if she could
repeat some lf?t!e versesha had learn-:
ed. She promptly replied that she
Could ti'id.astonished the class by thc
'.Mary had a little lamb,
She laid it oil thc shelf;
Every time it wagged its tail,
You know*how 'ti; yourself."
Have ?us', received a new and im
proved F?RROTYP? CAMERA, with
?viiieh tour Ferrotypes can bc taken at
:>i;?-> sitting, and at the above very low
In all the fashionable styles, including
the justly popular
At prices as low as can possibly be af
forded. ? .
At thc old stand where every care and
attention will be exercised to give per
R. H. M IMS.
Feb 28 t JO
Head-Quarters for Garden
?ive Me a Call !
^NToW in Store a full supply of LAN
DREATH it SON'S GENUINE ii AR
DEN S KED, CORN, ONTON SETS, (fcc.
Alan, to arriye; 30 Barrels SEED PO
TATOES, ail varieties, at low prices.
W. A. SANDERS,
.Feb 7_ tf 'V
WM. JOHNSON, Agent,
'Porn's Mills, g. C.
Edgefield Male Academy.
THE Trastees sjivo notice to tlio pub
lic that Dr. R. T. MIMS has con
seiitcd to take charge ol' tho Edgefield
Male Academy from and alter the first
Monday in 5larch next. He is well
known'throughout Edgefield to be thor
oughly competent to conduct a first
class s jool, and we.bespeak for him the
support tho cocumunitv and the pub
w.-.' M. ii. BO SHAM,
?t. G. .M. DU.NO VT AXT,
Z. \V. CARWILE,
W. W. ADAMS,
A. J. NORRIS,
SS rv . irdanec with th^ above r.unoimcc?;
men!, ol' the Trustee;*, Fiin-poj?e to
take charge of thc Edgoiield Male Acad
emy Tor thc present year.
I cgm only promise to do my best in
flying the pupils, committed to my caro;
thorough instruction in all the branches
usually taughtin first class Schools; and
with t?ie co-operation ot' parents at home,
I hope to give satisfaction to my patrons
by the advancement of their children in
The vear will be divided into two Ses
sions ol' Twenty (20) Weeks each. The
first Session will commence on thc first
.Mondav in March,and end on thc last of
July. "Tile second Session will bc an
nounced in due time.
TURMS-Tho Primary and higher
English branches, per session, ?10,00
The same with Languages, 20.0Q
Payable half in advance at the begin
ning, and half in the middle of the ses
sion. . . R. T. MIMS.
Feb 2*1 . tf 9
IWI LL attend any jobs of Surveying
within 10 or 12 miles, that I can do
from 2 o'clock on Friday till Saturday
evoning. R. T. MIMS.
Feb 21 tf 9
F. ?. Brahe & Co,,
236 Broad SI.,
w t >ULD respectfully announce to their
Friends and thc Public of Ed ?eli el cl Dis
trict, that they have just received, direct
from Europe, and now ofter, ii large and
magnificent Stock of GOODS, consisting
Fino Gold and Si! vcr WATCHES, of
the best makers.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Gold CHAINS,
of the latest styles.
DIAMONDS of first water, in Sets, Pins
Superb SETS for Ladies and Misses.
?Stone, Cameo, Seal aid Plain Gold
Sterling SILVER WARE of tho latest
Triple PLATED WAR IC.
American and French CLOCKS, .
A large lot. of Imported FANCY
pi*- WATCHES and JEWELRY will
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Oct. IS Gm ' 43
BEDDING AND GREENHOUSE
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CATALOGUE of-abo ve, and which
includes ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THIS
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Apr 3_Gt 15
T O T II E
Planters pf Edgefieid !
rp HE subscriber wishes to present to
X the Planters of Edgoiield a FER
TILIZER, the analysis of which will
prqi'C it worthy of thc name which it
Earty Ripener Soluble Phosphate.
Organic ami volat ile matter, capa
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Inorganic carthy matter. 42.U27
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orders at three days' notice.
Send in youl orders. Give the Early
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mont that you wore not earlier advised.
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Pine House,'April 3 hu i">
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Feb 25 tl' 10
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
rpOLLED before me by Goody Lewis,
A residing near Born's Mills,, one
Brown Marc, with black mane and tail ;
stair on lei't hind leg, bovo pastern joint;
marks of gear on sides and shoulders,'
and -saddle marks on back ; l-l hands
high; supposed to be 14 years old. Ap
praised at .?40.
LEWIS CULBREATH, T. J. E. C.
February 0th, 1*72. lin lin ll
Doors, Sashes, * IHinds, &c.
P. P. TOALE,
. ,M;'.ii5?f:?ct!ireraiH? dealer,
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can bc furnished by Mr. P. i .*TOALE at
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S??r A pamphlet with full and detailed
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Blinds, and the prices of each, will be
sent free and post paid, on application to
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July 20 ly 31
Choice Planting (ind Eating
100 Barr?la Pure KARLY ROSE,
">0 Rbis. Pure EARLY: GOODRICH,
. ai SI.
100 Rbis. JACKSON WHITES,atr,0
.">() " PINK EYES, at $4.
100 .? PEACH BLOWS, at $3,50.
r,() " WESTERN REDS, nt $3,7.>
The above Potatoes were selected with
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Jan 10 tf 3
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Apr 8 tf li
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The Peerless is a favorite; Potato, pro
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They "boil mealy, and aro a very fine
ciuaiitv. G. L. PENN.
.Jan." 23, " tf _5
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1 " PITCHFORKS,
J " Ames'Long Handle SHOVELS
TO Kegs NAILS,
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ar- ihrlllln? ami startling A ejents an laking from
IO lo SD '?niels a day, Hi- lite lust selling bunk
|niii],-ii- i. \VFST?:I:S I'rni.ifJn.vn lio.. Cincinnati. "
HOW TO B?S?0i?l?
A sure - :rei ss. No biiuibii!;. No capital required.
Send dt; e uid for particulars lop. BACON. P.O.
I! >\ ."-.':;. vVilliauisp-iri, l*a. .
IM M : :NSK SUCCESS-Agenta Wiu?ted.
male or lemah*, in evi ry ciittoiy in III? i'iiii-' i
f?late* and ('au; da?, lov,-ll our new and ni*-st use)li!
Pat-iii ytt.JM one io fis used in every family, ine
percent, piara:.lied. Kor samples mid terms, in
close '.eu cents and inbiri SH
FERGUSON i: CO., U5 Uiver Sired. Troy. N. Y.
Piano Co., N. Y. 1st class $'?'J '. No
0i Agents. Names of pair .us in 4li Stales in
AGK.WS Waute?...Agents make more ninn
ey al work for ILS fiian al anything *H?. Busi
ness llghl and permanent, l'aiLculara,free. G.
STIXSON A Co., Fipe A rt Puldlthers, Portland1; Maine
:. CU NOUR ANGO 7
Snp)ily of Ua*?ic Aaanrcil. Pi-ice ICednceil.
ELISS, KEENE & CO'S FLUID EXTRACTS
Cures Caiici r, Serofiihi Sy]d:il?s, Cal rrh. Rheuma
lism.Neiiralg'a, I'u'monary C niiilaln'a. Ulcers. Sall
l?homn. Skin Di- as-, and Blood Discos?s. ls pure
ly regelalde The Ik*t known Mood I'm (/fer, Sold
by all Drii^^ists. Price. $:5 per bottle. Observe Hie
iradcimrk. Send dr Circular, oilier, 00 cedar
M., Kew y?irl<.
BI 8 i r,,r nnr e:uK "' BM,U*' B'e.-d
Rasa liig.'Ito.hiiig.or?hrerali'il Piles
I liiat DKBIXG'S PILE RBJBBIIV
j lad.-ii? cure. It ls prepared,
0 i? \? V expressly lo cure ihc Piles,
mid nothing Clari. Sold Irv all Dmg^sts. Pric<v$l.U)
To the Citizens of Edgefielti
and Aiken Counties.
JL UE Subscriber \?uiitd respectfollv
inform Uie (puerai public that ho w i fl
make to order t.'vliimer and Frail Wheat
TURASHERS, FAN MILLS, COTTON
PLANTERS, I'LOW!STOCKS, and other
Agrieuiluntl Implements and Machinery
Common FUIINITURE ol' all kinds,
and other articles for domestic use.
Newel POSTS and BANNISTERS for
Stairs, Piazzas, Are., turned.
Flouring and Grist mill HOOPS and
HOPPERS, Ae., readv for usc.
Elevator PULLIKS with Shafts at
tached,--BOX ISS, fSc,, completo. Solid
/wood PULLIES, any si zo or diameter,
with'eyes, Iron plated. Ateo. P?LLIES
built with wood Arms and Rims, on Casi
Iron Spiders. Hard wood BOXIDS, any
size for Shafting, with or without metal
lining. BOLTS readv for uso.
COTTON OINS prit in thorough good
order, irbrought to thc Shop. Gin Saws
Sharpened at Gin House, if preferred, at
General Repairs done on any Agricul
tural Implements and Machinery.
All work don? promptly and ut retvson
Orders solicited', and correspondence
Shop live miles below Pine House, on
Edgeneld and Aiken Road. Post o Ml ec
address: Pine House, S. C..
.INO BROWN Ii.
N". B.-On hand and for sale Cylinder
Thrashers, Fan Mills. Cotton Planters,
Plow Slocks, Spinning Wheels, Looms,
Bed Steads, Table?, ite.
Feb 14 , . _'hn. , 8 , .
171 ROM this ckte J will practice ??edi
? ciho exclusively fbr Gash.
T. H. PATTISON.
Jan 17 Gm -4
J. Wt 1.1 KS .Proprietor. K. H. XoDoVlUt ? Co., Drnitftti ?ad
QM. yu Sta PrtncUco, CtU, ul ss * M Comaum Itt. Jf. T.
MXTJCaOAS Bear Testimony to their
"Wonderful Carative Effect*.
Thor aro not a vile Fancy Drink, Hade of Poor
Ram, Whiskey, Proof Spirit* and Befase
Liquors? doctored, spiced and sweetened to pleas* tho
faste, called .'Tonics," "Appetizers," "Restorers," Ac,
that lead tho tipplcron,to drunkenness and ruin, bntare
a truo Medicine, mado'from thc native roots and herbs
of California, free from all Alcoholic Stinter- '
laut?. 7]icy aro tile GREAT BLOOD PURI
FIER nod A LI FE GI YIN& PREN'C?PI.E,
r. perfect Renovator and Invigorate* of tho System,
carrying off all poisonous matter and rostoring.the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and remnln long unwell,
provided their bones arc not destroyed by mineral
.poison or other means, and the vital organs wisted
beyond tho point of repair.
' They arc n Gentle Purgative as well a? a
Tonic, possessing alco, tho peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of tho Liver, and all tho Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether in
young or old, married or single, at the dawn of woman
hood OT at thc tum of life,, these Tonic Bitters have no
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhcuma
tl*m and Goat, Dyspepsia or Inattention,
BlUoas, Remittent and Intermittent Fe.
arere, Diseases of tho Blood, Liver, Kid.
ney* and Bladder, these Bitter* have been most:
successful. Such Diseases arc caused by VI t luted.
Blood, which ls generally produced by derangement
of thc Digestive-Organ*.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
ache, Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the ?toraaeh,
Bod Tasto in thc Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
thc Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in tho
regions of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia,
They Invigorate thc Stomach and stimulate the torpid
Liver nnd Bowels, which render them of unequaled
cfllcocy In cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and im
parting now life and vigor to tito whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotclies, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, Car
buncles, Ring-Worms, 8cald ncaa. Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs. Discolorations of thc Skin, Humors and
Disensos of the Skin, of whatever nanto or nature are
literally dug up and carried outof Ihesystem'in ashort
time by the usc of these Bitters. One bottle In such
cases will convince the most increduloui of their cura
tive effect*. l"i
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon And its Im
purities bursting through tho skin in Plmplcs.-Erud
lions or Sores; cleanse lt when you nnd lt obstructed
and sluggish In thc veins; cleanse it when lt ls fouL
nnd your feelings'will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of tho system will follow.
Pin, Tape and other Worm*, lurking ki tho
system of*o many thousands, are effectual!v destroyed
and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist,
there ls scarcely an Individual upon tho face of the
earth whoso body ls exempt from tho presence of
worms. It U not upon tho healthy clements of tho
body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors
?nd slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of Medicine, no. vermifuges, no
anthclmlnlics,*wlll free thc system from worms like
Sold hy all Druggist* and Dealer*.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MCDONALD A CO,
Druggists and General Agents, San Francisco, Cali
fornia, and 22 and 31 Commerce Street, New York.
J une is ly 24
R. K. ll.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURBS THE WORST PAINS
Sn from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
After rending this advertisement need any one
r.ADWAY'S HEADY RELIEF IS A CUBE FOB
It was thu flrel and is the
Only Fain RemcdLy
Th.it Instantly stops thc most excruciating pains, al
lays Inflammation;;, and curtis Conges:?ons, whether
of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or
organs, by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
No matter how violent or excruciating thc pain the
RHEUMATIC, Bcd-rlddc:., Infirm, Crippled, Ner
?."ons, Neuralgic, or prostrated with diseuse mar sn Oer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART!
HYSTERICS, CROUP, D1PTIIERIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of thc Hendy Relief to the
part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists wll
?fiord ease and comfort.
Twenty drop.? in half a tumbler of water will In a
lew momenta cure CHAMPS. SPASMS, SOUR
STOMACH, DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, WIND
IN THE BOWELS, and nil INTERNAL TAINS.
Travelers should always nirry ti bottle of li ail
?rnjrs'a lt cady Relief with them. A few drops
in waler will prevent sickness or pains from change
>f water. It is better thou Frrneli Brandy or Bitters
as a stimulant.
Povor .nixcl Aguo.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty centr. There
i* not a remedial agent in tho world that will cure
Fever and Ague, nnd ill other Malarious, Bilious,
Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, and oilier Fevers (aided
by Rad way's Pills,) so quick-ns RADWAY'S RE
LIEF. Fifty cents per bottle.
HEALTH FBEAUTY ! ?
STRONG AND PUKE RICH BCOOD-INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CUBES;
SOQUUrK. St) RAPID AUK THE CHANOKS
THE lioliV UNDERGOES. UNDER THE IN
F 1.1'EN CE OF Tilla 'TRULY WONDERFUL
EVERY DAY AN INCREASE ?N FLESH
AND WEIGHT IS SEEN AND FELT;
EHE GilEAT BLOOD PUKIFIEE!
Kerry oVo> of tim 3ARSPARILLIAN RESOL
VENT coin m uniente? thrungli the Wood; Suetit,
Urine, um/ other finid? and jillett of the system the
ti'ior of life, for it repair* the misti s of the body
xcith neic mid sound.material. Scrofula, .Syphilis,
Otmnuuiption, lilundnlar diseases, Ulcers in VIM
T?rmt, J?oHth, Tumor*, Nodes in the (Hands and
other part* of the ngillin, Sore Nyes, Slrunwroits
discharge* from the'Nurs, and the icoriit forms of
Skin discuses, Jimptiont, t'eter Sores, Scald J/eaJ,
Hing Wornt, Suit J.'hein.i, Erysipelas, Acne, Mack
Spots, M'ot'jus in the Nl.'sii, Tumors, i'oncers iii Un
Womb, and all wak'fuing and pu Inf ul dlnhttrgot,
Night Sicetlt*, Lass of Sperm and all wastes of_ the
lijt, principle, are. within the cundir? runge of this
leander nf Modern Chemistry, and a few daytime
'trill proceta any person .isiug it for titter of Piene
Onus of discus*- Us potent power io cure them.
If the patient, tinily becoming reduced by thc wast?
and decomposition that ls continually progressing,
KUCCeods in arresting these wastes, and repair* the
same willi new material made from lu-ullhy blood
ami this the SARSPARILLIAN will and does secure
-a cure is certain ; for wiV?n once this remedy com
menees Us work of purlflcaUen. and succeeds In til-'
miniante;: the loss ol' wastes, its repairs will bc rapid,
and every day the patient will feel hiuiself growing
belier anti .stronger, the food digesting helter, appe
tite improving, and flesh and weight .increasing.
Not only does I1JCSAI:SAPAI:II.I.IAN RKSOLVKST ex
eel all known remedial agents in iliccureofChroiilc,
Scrofulous, Constitution;,!* aud Skin discuses; but il
is thu only positive cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary, and Womb tllseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Drops), Stoppage of Willer, Incontinence of Urine.
Bright's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all coses where
?riere ar:> brlek-dupt deposits, or the water ls thick,
cloudy, mixed ?rilli substances like the ?bile of an
ejrg, or threads like white sl!k. or there ls a morbid,
dark, bilious uppi-arauto, and white bone-dust de
posits, and when there ls a prickiU?> burning sensa
tion when passing water, and pain in tho Small of
thc Buck und ulong Ihp Loins.
- JMR. KADWAYS
Perfect Purgative Pills,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coat? d with sweet gum,
purse, regulate, purify, clennse, and strengthen.
Railway's Pills, lor thc cure of all disorders ?I tho
Stomach. Liver. Rowels, Kidnsya, Bladder, Nervous
diseases. Headache, Constipation, Costiveness, Indi
Besti?n. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, In
Humiliation ol' ibo Bowels, and all Derangements of
thc Int; nial VDccrn. Warranted lo effect a positive
cure. Pur, ly Vegetable, containing no mercury,
mineral?, or deleterious drugs.
OST" Observe the following symptoms resniilng
rrom Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood
In the Hean, Acidity of the Stomach, Nauses, Heart
burn, Disgust of Food. Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Bink lng or Fluttering al
the Pit ol'Hm Stomach, Swimming of tbe Head,
Hurried and Djfflcult Breathlne. ' '
. A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free tho,
system from nil thc above named disorders. Price,
?25 cenls per Box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
HEAD "FALSE AND TRUE." Send one leite*
stamp to RAD WAY* CO.. No. 67 Malden Lant
New York. Information worth thousands will b<
?T'dy f_ ly
Tills popular nnd well-known Hotel
is now full}' open for the reception of
visitors, having recently been thorough
ly renovated, newly painted, and put in
the most complete order. We are deter
mined to make ours a first-class Hotel,
not to be surpassed North or-South.
f.Wo respectfully solicit the patronage'
of ocr Edgcilold friands and tho publio
gonorally. ' 3 T . ' .' :
MURPHY & HAY. Propiietora.
Feb 14 *.m i.fy- I|PH fj.
..i',???i ". >'-.''
THE Undersigned have this day entered into Co-partnership in the Gen
eral Agency of the COTTON STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
for South Carolina.. Office at Miot's Drug Store.
Columbia, S. C., Mar 7, 1871.
if. W. A BX KY.
J. VY.. PARKER.
* Haying established the Office for the above Company. in Columbia, we
invite' attention to one or two of the advantages offeied to them who may
desirt f effect insurance on their lives in a safe Home Company :
.TL Board of Managers ata recen meeting psiset? unanimously the fol
lowirg Resolution : '
" Resolved,- That in view.of the fact thal; there are unusually large sums
.paid.for Life Insurance, to the Companies of the- North and East, which
sums, being there invested.'contribute to the enrichment of tfcose sections,
whilst our own South ie greatly in neel of cash.capital to prosecute success-:
fully our Agricultural and Mechanical enterprizes ; it .is ordered, ,that for
the purpose of retaining- these sunau in our midst, hereafter ? 'certain pro
portion af the net cash receipts from premiums, aniounting to not more tuan
70 per cent, of the same be invested m such' manner as may be in accord
ance with the regulations of the Company, in those sections from which the
said premiums are attained." . "''.'.*" " *
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
GEORGE S. O'BEAE, Sec'ry. . .
The Financial etrengtji of -the Company places it in high rank.. ..Its la
Annual Statement show? that the Company possetts, besides its l?^-Guar
antee,- $170 for every $100 of its liability.
ABNEY ?Sc PARKER, State Agento.
MarlS -r ti* ' . ll *
Facts Are Stubborn Things !
See the amounts of Insurance that'car?be bought in.the principal Life In
surance Companies in this country, and
Marls, tlxo Contrast !
St. Louis Mutual.
Life Association of America.,.
New York Life..*.
Piedmont and Arlington./.
AT AGE OF 20
* 8,GCWk 50
V 8,84k S?
AT AGE OF 30
.8 8,639 301
. 8,810 00
. 9,250 69
* 8,810 57
AT AGE. OF 40
$ 7,859 10
. 7,878 97
. 7,987 22
- . 8,001 68
. 8,389 27
Or an Average of 30 PER CENT, in Favor of the UNIVERSAL.
Participation in the Profits Guaranteed in the Policy by the
ALL POLICIES N0N-F0RFEITABLEI
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 featar? is written in the Policy, and is
not merely the promise of an agent.) . ?
Term of years and. days for whick new policies will beisstced.
No of Age 25.
Years. | Years. Days.
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities, 140 to 100
GEO. B. LAKE, Geni Agent.
Edgefield, S. C., Jan 10 ... t?, - 3
KTew Goods for 187Q
-A T- . . . . . .
Th.e OxLe JPrioe House !
H. L A. BALK
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Qa.
. GREAT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS ! .
. GREAT BARGAINS IN JEANS AND WOOLEN i ! .
. GREAT BARGAINS IN CASSIMERE AND FLANNELS !
GREAT BARGAINS IN LINSEY WOOLSEY, BED TICK, dee!
GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES' TRIMMED HATS !.
H. L. A. BALK,
, . Wholesale iuid Retail .Dealer in Dry Goods,
J72 Broad Street, Augtista, Ga.
THE ONE 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 ctn. "
DELAINES at 20 ct?.
POPLINS at only 25 pta. e'. . '
Handsomo Colored SILKS at only 75 cts.
A large and full assortment of CASSIMERE,. JEANS, WOOLSEY, ?tc, begin
JEANS at 20 cts.
JEANS, Extra Heavy, at 25 cts.
. AU Wool CASSIMERES At 60 eta;
LINSEY WOOLSEY gt 15 cts. ... *
Heavy MATTRASS -TICK at 15 cte.
Up to the best heavy TICK for holding feathers.. " *
Together with a full line of PRINTS, FLANNELS, SHEETINGS,
SHIRTINGS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS,
BOOTS, SHOES, And "Ladies* Trimmed HAT*.S
At prices that wiU pleaso tho most fastidious.
/?-Cut oui this card and be sure to find the ONE PRICE HOUSE, and you
will savo time and money. . .
ff. MU . A. BAIJK,
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Jan 17 . ' 2m 4
I WILL permit L YNCHBURG-to
stand for. a few Marcs this Season at
Twenty-flvo Dollars for common marea;
Fifty Dollars for thorough breds. Per
sons breeding must expect to pay by the
season. If they don't take* caro -of their
mares it is then* fault.
Lynchburg will stand at my house,
rhe season will end 1st June 1872.
THOS. G. BACON. .
Feb 28 3m 10
GEBEST IN THE WORLD, tj
Hew York Office, 27 B?EKMA? ST.
May 31 iy 23'
JAA Doze? COATS? COTTON
?UU THREAD, ft 70 ot?, nar
O. E. OHEATHAM,
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED,
S on th ern Pia ho
WM. KNABE & CO.
. MASTTAcnunxM or
Grand, Squire and Upright
Th fire ItuL-umc als bars bf en before the Public for
nearly Thirty Years, and upon ttielr excellence alune
attained and nnpurehated pre-eminence, wblcb
pronounce* them unequaled, in
tar" AH our Square Piano* bate otar Kaw Im
proved OVKPSTUVMO Sc A LT and the Affrq?b TreLU.
0jr We would call ?pedal attention to oar late
Patented IrnnrovamenU In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUA KS GRANDS, found In no other Plano, ?hieb
bring tbo Plano nearer Perfection than baa yet been
Every Haw Folly Warranted Dor Fly? Taara
- EaT" We are by special arrangement enabled to
furnlib PARLOR ORGANS one! M KI. OD Ko XS
nf the moat celebrated masera, Wholesale and Re
ta# ot knee* factory Jb-ic**.
lHoairaled Catalogase ?ad Prie* DKU promptly
famished on application to
WM. KNABE * CO., Baltl'ore, Md.
Or an; of our regalar established egewiea.
WM,.., f , ?av.;,... i . .
t .- tiv ii-; tvs ! -?.?ir'?. : 'i J
PREFABED BI THE DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPACT,
A ?G mtA; GEORGIA, !
Of Standard Quality & Excellence,
. GUARANTEED FRE? FROM ANY AD?I/rER?T?ON. . '
CASH PRICE, $55 PER TOW,-TIME, $601
MATERIALS FRESH AND PURE) K
NO OLD STOCK ON-HAND I .
We refer generally to our customers, to be found in almost every com
munity, and we publish no certificates.
Also, FINE'GROUND PURE BONE for composting and fermentation,
an article which cannot fail to give satisfaction. PRICE, $40 PER. TON.
We manufacture any formula for other -parties as may .be ordered, and
guarantee good work and best materials.
Applv for circulars, to
JAMi S T GARDINER President,
. . AUGUSTA, GA.
Capt. LEWIS JONES, Agent for ridgefield District.
a?T" Fifty Cents per hundred pounds mft he given for all kinds - of Dr
Bones delivered'at eitfier of the Depots on the Columbia & Augusta R. R.
Jan 2 3m 2
Standard Fertilizers !
E are prepared -to furnish to the Planters of Edgefield the following
s'f ANDARD FERTILIZERS at reduced rates:
Kettle well's A. A. Phospho-PcruYian Guano,
Otter's Soluble Am monia ted Super Phosphate,
O ber's Georgi ia Cotton Compound,
Ober'? A ni in on i ate d Alkaline Phosphate,
Chappell'? A ui mon pal ed Super Phosphate,
Pore Peruvian Guano,
Pare dissolved Bones,
Pare 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 their merits.
A full supply always ?n hand. Orders solicited. Apply to Z. W. CAR
WILE, Edgefield C. H.; JOHN KENNERLV, Ridge ; A. D. BATES,
Batesville, or to
WARBEN, WALLACE & CO.,
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 :
Gentlemen : Having used Ober's "A- A."
Phospho Peruvian Guano for four years
successively, and with such admirable
results, it gives me pleasure to add my
testimony to th ra ol' immy others as to its
very superior value. I used thirteen
tonsiast year, and, as an evidence of my
appr?ciation ol' this article, shall increase
thcamount this season.. 1 lia vc- tr. ken the
position (und have acted upon it) that the
only true economy in the use'of Commer
cial Manures is to get the inoBt lilri?y*
concentrated and best articles, and my
coiilidenee in the manufacturers of the
" A. A." leads mc to believe that in this
article I have found the best, and can
always rely upon its being fully np to
thc ?tandara as recommended.
Very truly, yours,
TSO. M. HELL.
FRUIT HILL, EDOEFIELB, Co., 8. C.
Dec 18th, 1871.
MESSRS. WARREX. WALLACE <fc.Co.
SIRS : 7 have used Ober'? Ammoniaied
Super Phosphate two years in succession
and say. 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 me as large a per
cent, on the investment as the A m moni
ated Super Phosphate. I shall sustain
what I say by using it again on next
year's crop. Respectfully, <fcc.,
W. SCOTT ALLEN.
HATCHER'S POND, S. C.
MESSRS. WARREN, WALLACE ?fe Co.
Quality Guaranteed Equal to Any Ever Sold.
SM FOWL GUANO, in bags, 200 pounds each,
.BHADLEY'S AMMONIATED DISSOLVED BONES, in tigiit barrels.
- - ? ??-0-:
THE above Standard Fertilizers having been used for the last five years
in the South with unequalled success, are now offered, at prices that cannot
fail to give satisfaction, while the standard is .guaranteed equal, if not su
perior, to any ever sold.
The undersigned having been Agents for Middle Georgia since their in
troduction, fully understanding their value, cheerfully recommend them to
the public as the'most RELIABLE FERTILIZERS IN USE.." . -
For Prices and Terms, apply lo the General or Local Agents.
POLLARD & CO.,
Warehouse and Commission Merchants,
Corner Campbell and Reynolds Streets, Augusta, Ga., General Agents,
or io Jas. E. Cooke, Graniteville, Jones & Toney, Johnston's Depot, or W,
G. Jiernagham & Co., Batesville, S. C.
New Cotton and Produce
The Planters' loan & Savings Bank.
Subscribed Capital, $1,080,000,00 !
HE WAREHOUSE OF THIS. BANK, corner-of Reynolds and
Campbell Streets, Angus ta. Cia., is'now ready to receive COT- .
TON. ' - V
< LIBERAL CASH.ADVANCES will be made upon Cotton in Ware
house, or upon Railroad Receipts. .
Pities Storing Cotton with the Bank will be furnished with receipts rn
same that will be available in this city or any other for borrowing monett.
The Bank is prepared at all times to make Loans on Produce or Provi
sions, on the roost reasonable terms.
Parties would do well to apply at the Warehouse, or communicate wita x
. . . * .. " CHAS. J. JENKINS, President
- . '. J NO. P. KING, vice-President ? ....
:? " '. T. P. BRANCH, Cashier.
Augusta, Sep? 20. . ti 89 w, ?