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TEACHING PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Eighty little urchins,
Crowding through the door,
Poshing, crowding, making
A tremendous uproar:
Why don't you keep quiet?
Can't you mind the rule?
Bless me! this is pleasant!
Keeping public school.
Eighty little pilerrirus
On the road to fame!
If they fail to reach it,
Who will be to blame?
High and lowly stations,
Birds of every'feather,
Of a common level,
Here are brought together.
Dirty little faces,
Loving little hearts,
Eyes brimful of mischief,
Skilled in all tho arts.
That's a precious darling!
What are you about?
"May I pass the water?"
" Pleaso may I go out?"
Boots and shoes are shuffling,
Slates and books are rattling,
And in the corner yonder
Two pugilists are battling!
Others cuttinar didoes.
What a botheration !
No wonder we grow crusty
From such association.
Anxious parent drops in,
Merely to inquire
Why his olive branches
D? not shoot up higher?
Says he wants his children
To mind their p's and q's;
And hopes their brilliant talents
Will not be abused.
Making out reports,
Giving object lessons,
Class drills of all sorts ;
Feeling like a fool
Ob, the untold blessing
Of keeping public school.
Southern Men and Women.
Ex-Gov. Seymour, of New York, one
of the purest and as well as most distin
guished public men in America, has been
spending some time time in Florida, and
has there given his views of Southtrn
men and women, as balow detailed, to a
correspondent of the Atlanta Sun".
As to the statesmen, the manhood aud
womanhood of the. South in the past,
Governor Seymour affirms with emphasis
that when "Southern statesmen were in
power we had a pure and glorious gov
ernment; but that in their exclusion
from office crime and corruption have
come in like a flood. Who would have
thought of associating such notorious
scandals as have lately disgraced Ameri
can statesmanship, with the pure and
illustrious names of Glay, Calhoun.
Hunter, Berrien. Stephens and a host of
others which cannot now be recited ? He
is fully persuaded that Southern men
who arie gentlemen by birth and educa
tion must elevate the negro if he ever is
elevated. Because it is a fact with which
the world is familiar, that the highest
class of society has always the strongest
sympathy for the lowest class. The half j
educated and half cultivated have not
those finer sensibilities and nobler aspi
rations which flt men for a great work
of humanity and patriotism. " A little
learning is a dangerous thing." The
hi gh toned Southron must not abandon
the black man in this crisis of his history,
but must lend a helping hand in educa
ting and civilizing the freedmen. By
doing this he will still maintain his high
character for philanthropy and patriot
ism, and confer a great blessing on the
The Governor eloquently proclaims
the Southern -women to be the highest
type and model of womanhood, and the
reason he assigns for this is, that they
have always had the care of a weak and
ignorant race, and that this dependent,
domestic charge which Providence gave I
them, has developed the noblest traits of
character and the warmest feelings of |
philanthropy. The kind attentions they
have given to their servants have lifted
them above the cold atmosphere of ava
rice and selfishness, and made them pat
terns of whatsoever things are nitre, love
ly, and of good report. If slavery was
an evil, it has bred the best race of men
and women the world ever saw.
And in a few years, when this dirty
negro, renegade and carpet-bag reign
shall have passed away, the mental and
moral power of just such men and wo
men will s e ont again in full strength
Says the Aiken Tribune, of Saturday,1
" If any one doubts the popularity of
Aiken as a resort for health and pleasure i
seekers, we commend him to a perusal
of the following classification of the euests
now sojourning here, which we have pre
pared with great care: There are from
Canada, 4; Connecticut, 36' ;. Georgia, 2;
Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2; Illinois, 5;
Maryland, G ; Massachusetts, 22; Michi
gan, ?i; Mississippi, 1; Missouri, 4; New
Jersey, 2'J; New York, 192; North Caro
lina, 1 ; Ohio, 6 ; Pennsylvania, 30; Rio
Janeiro, 1; Texas, 1; Virginia, 5; Wash
ington, 9 ; and from Wisconsin, 5 visitors.
In other words? Ave have among us visit
ing representatives of sixteen States of |
the Union, and four foreign countries
(including New Jersey). If there is any
place under the sun, with a population
more cosmopolitan, ceteris paribus, than
this, we wish somebody would tell us
where it is." '
The following is the resolution con
cerning the salary grab now before the ;
Illinois Legislature :
That without regard to politics or par
ty ties, we most emphatically place tho
seal of our condemnation upon OUJ Sena
tors and Representatives in. Congress
from this State, who by their own votes
increased their own pay to $7,500 per
annum, and took a bonus of ?5,000 for '
services already rendered, and we furi-h
er condemn the President of the United
States for signing the bill by which they
were enable to realize tho increased pay
and his own salary increased by $?5,000
?3t~The Lawronce (Kansas) Journal
learns that the Kiowas, Cheyennes and
Arapahoe Indians are preparing for war,
and that the government is reinforcing]
all the forts in Western Kansas and south
of that section and that extra troops have
been ordered to the front. Two compa
nies of cavalry have already arrived, and
two more are on the road. There is eve
ry prospect of Indian troubles on the
frontier this spring.
A CHAMPION MOTHER.-A colored wo- |
man, from South Carolina, was in the
city on Friday, who claims to be the
mother of forty-nine children, being now
sixty-two years of are. Twin3 were
born to her four times and triplets once.
Her husband, who .was with her, sub
stantiates the statement of his wife! She
formerly belonged to Major Paul F.
Hammond, of Beech Island.-Chronicle
Water cure for rats is recommend
ed by a Vermont farmer, who recently
caught forty-two of them in one night j
by exchanging a barrel of oats which
they were accustomed to visit, for a bar
rel partly filled with water covered with
chaff. The victims unconsciously plung
ed in, and wore so utterly overcome by
astonishment as to be rendered incapa
ble of making an effort to save them
selves from a watery grave.
'Strangers visiting Augusta, Me.,
while the snow ia in the streets,
are particularly cautioned not to kick
any old hats they may notice in
thoir path, as several citizens have had
their heads seriously bruised in this way
before they were dug out.
.A Danbury inlant who'was last
year christened Schuyler Colfax appears
tbis spring under the name of William
A Connecticut mother learned of
her daughter's contemplated elopement,
and on the night appointed for the flight,
she put some laudanum in the girl's tea.
Tho latter fell asleep and did not wake
np until next morning, and in the mean
time Romeo got tired of waiting and
went home disgusted. He goes with an
other girl now. .
??r A CaAornia politician says that
the path of rectitude has been travelled
so little in that State of Jato yous, (hst j
lt bm all nm to gram. fi
The Laws of South Carolina.
Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by
th? General Assembly at the Session
AN ACT to Amend An Act Entitled
" An Act to Grant, Renew and
Amend the Charters of Certain
Iburns and Villages Therein Mem
Be it resolved by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sit
ting in General Assembly, and by
the authority of the same : ?
SECTION 1. Tlut section 2 of. an
act entitled " an act to grant, renew
a id amend the charters of certain
towns and villages therein mention
ed," approved March 7, 1871, be.
and the same is hereby, amended by
striking out, on the fifth line, the
words " fourth Monday in Marjph.
1871," and insert the words '" on the
fourth Mondav in April, 1873."
Approved Jan. 29, A. D. 1?73.
AN ACT to Amend Section III,
Chapter CXI, of the Ge eral Sta
Be it resolved by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sit
ting in General Assembly, and by
the authority of the same :
SECTION 1. "That* section' three xii
chapter one hundred and eleven ol
the general statutes, which requires
that the board of jury commissioners
shall prepare a jury list ia'each
county, in the month of January ol
each year, be so amended as to make
it lawful for the said board to pre
j pare the jury l^stfor the counties ol
Lexington, bpartinbiirg ' and Edge
field, during the year 1873, before
the lOtn of March of said year. >.}
Approved February 26, A. D. 1378.
AN ACT to Revise and Amend An
Act Entitled " An Aol to Reduce
all Acts and Parts of Acts to De
termine an Perpetuate the Some
stead into one Act and to Amend
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
State of South, Carolina, now met
and sitting in General Assembly, and
by the authority oT the same :
SECTION 1. The family homestead
I of the head of each family residing
in this State, such homestead consist
ing of dwelling house, outbuildings
ind lands appurtenant, not to exceed
! the value of ono thousand dollars,
and yearly product thereof, shall be
exempt from attachment, levy or sale,
on any mesne or final process issued
from any court upon anj judgment
obtained upon any right of action,
whether arising previous or subse
quent to the ratification of the con
stitution of the State of South Car
olina ; and it shall be the duty of
the sheriff, or ether officer, before ex
ecuting any process against the real
estate of any head of a family resi
dent i*i this State, to cause a home
stead, as abo*7? stated, to be set oft'
to said person in the manner follow
ing to wit: He shall cause three ap
praisers to be appointed, one to Se
nimedbythe creditor, one by the
debtor, and one by himself, who shall
be discreet and disinterested men,
and in nowise related to either party,
resident in the county, and who shall
be sworn by s. trial justice, or other
officer authorized by law to adminis
ter oaths, to impartially appraise and
B?t off, by m. tes and bounds, a home
stead, not to exceed in value one
thousand dollars ; and said appraisers
?hall make return of their action in
tae premises, under their hands and
M-als, to the sheriff or or other officer,
within ten days after the assignment
and set-off is made for record in court,
giving the metes and bounds, as well
as the value of the homestead so set.
oif, for which purpose they shall be
authorized to call in the aid of a sur
veyor, if they, or a majority of them
deem it necessary. And if no com
plaint shall be made by either party,
within thirty days after the return
of the appraisers has been filled, the
proceedings in the case shall be final:
'Provided, That, uporf good cause
shown, within thirty days after filing
the return of said appraisers, the
court out of which the prooess issued
may order a reajppraisement and re
assignment of the homestead by oth
er appraisers appainted by the court :
And provided, further; That should
the creditor or debtor neglect or re
fuse after ten days' notice .from the
officer in whose hands the process is
lodged,'to nominate an appraiser,
then the said officer shall appoint the
SEC. 2. That when thirty days
shall have elapsed after the filing the
return of saicr appraisers, setting off'
.a homestead to any debtos, according
to the provisions of section 1 of this
act, aud no good cause has been
[ shown, or exceotions filed, against
such return, suet debtor may have
such return recorded in the office of
the register o? mesne conveyance of
the county in which.the same is loca
led ; and, upon such return being so
recorded in thirty-three days after
the proceedings have become final,
the title to the homestead so set off
'and assigned shall be forever dis
charged from all debts of said deb;or
then existing or thereafter contracted.
SEC. 3. That whenever in the as
signment of a homestead, as provid
ed in section 1 of this act, the ap- ?
praisers shall find that the premises,
including the dwelling house and out
houses, exceed the value of one thou
sand dollars, and that the same can
not be divided without injury to the,
remainder, they shall make and sign,
unti?r oath, an appraisal thereof, and
deliver ?-he same to the sheriff, who
shall deliver 5 copy thereof to the
head of the family Chiming the home- 1
stead, er to some mernot? of the fam
ily of suitable age to undersu?."^ the
nature thereof, with a notice attached
that, unless the person so claiming 1
the homestead shall pay to said sher- f
iff the surplus of the appraised value
over and aoove one thousand dollars 5
within sixty days thereafter,' such ?
premises will be sold'; and, on failure <
to pay sue ii surplus in the time limit- f
ed*, ?he sheriff shall advertise and i
sell the said premises^and out of the I
proceeeds of such sale shall pay into c
the office of the cle.'k of the Circuit 1
Court one thousand dollars, which t
shall be applied, under the order of e
the circuit judge, upon the applica- r
tion of the head of -the family, in the c
purchase of a homestead of that val- c
ue. The residue in the hands of the g
sheriff, if any, after paying all ex- e
penses incident to the appraisement f
and sale of the property, snail be ap- t
plied by him to any executions in his o
hands, according to law : Provided, o
'i hat no sale shall be made unless a a
greater sum than one thousand dol- t.
lars shall be bid therefor : Provided h
further, That il, after notice, the c
party claiming ?ha h?TH&te&? pays,, r<
sr causes to be paid, the surplus. <
3ne thousand dollars, he shall, u
recording the return and receip
the ?herlff for such surplus, endo:
on said return, as provided in sec
? of this act, hold the property
appraised and set off freed and
sharged from all debts and derna
bhen existing against such party ;
as io such eufpluB, oipt from d
thereafter contlragted;' *ffye proci
ings to the foregoing- being in s
case allowable foi? 'the reuoyery of
after contracted defyts. ?K
SEC. 4. If the husband-Ha- di
the widow and children ; if .the fal
and mothei* be deed, the children
ing on the homestead, whether
or jail such children be-minors or
shall be entitled to have the fan
homestead exempted in like mar
as if the husband or parents v,
living; and the-'homestead so exen
ed shall be subject to partition am
all the children of th? head of
family in like manner as if no d<
existed : Provided, That no partil
or sale in that case shall be m
until the youngest child be'come
age, unless, upon proof satisfact
to the court hearing the'case, s
sale is deemed best for the inter?s
such minor or minors.
SEC. 5. No waiver of the righ
homestead, however solemnly exe
ted, shall be binding upon the h
of the family, or, in case of, his
her death, his or her heirs, feo ?s
defeat the homestead herein provii
SEC. 6. The personal property
the head of any family, residing
this State, consisting of the yes
products of .his or her homeste
and of the property subject to
emption under the constitution, si
be exempt from.. attachment, lev)
sale : Provided, That, in case
right of such exemption be pispu
by the "Creditors, the- offiper in wh
hands the process is lodged shall ca
the same to be ascertained and
praised, and all exempted prop?
so ascertained and appraised, by
praisers appointed and sworn for t
purpose, as provided for in sectioi
of this act, shall vest absolutely
the party, freed from all debts of
debtor then existing, or thereat
contracted, whether such debtor
tain or sell the property : Provid
further, That a debtor being the h(
of a family, as hereinbefore stat
and not being the 'owner of a
stead, shall be entitled to a like i
emption of personal property, as he
in allowed to the owner of a hon
stead, to be ascertained in the sa
manner, '.' ' .
SEC. 7. That the exemptions ci
tained in the preceding sections
this act shall not extend to an attat
ment, levy or sale on any mesne
final process issued to secure qr' I
force the payment of taxes or obli<
tions contracted for the purchase
said homestead, or obligations cc
tracted for the erection of impron
ments thereon : Provided, The coi
or authority issuing said process sh
certify thereon that the same is isf
ed for some one or more, and no oj
er, of said purposes: Provided, fi
tker, The yearly product of sc
homestead shall be subject to attac
ment, levy and sale to secure and e
force the payment of obligations cc
tracted in the production of the sau
but the court issuing the proe<
therefor shall certify thereon th
the sam? is issued for said purpo;
and no other.
SEC. 8. Whenever the head of ai
family, widow or children shall
entitled to an estate or rig^ht of hon.
stead as hereinbefore provided, ai
no process has'beeu ' lodged with ai
officer against such homestead, <*J
party or parties entitled losucfyhoa
stead jnay apply nt 'any ?time,' by j
?titiob fro the -judge of the. Proba
Court, to. have the same "nppt.-us?
and set off. The judge of proba
shall, thereupon, after gvinq^'gylj]
notice by advertising".we^w^tli
of such party or parties to have i:
or their homesteads set off for thir
days'in a paper published in tl
county where thc land lies, and
case no paper is published in tl
county, then by posting the hotii
on the door of his office, and in thri
other public places, for a like lengl
of time, appoint three disinterest*
persons, resident in the county, wh
having J?een duljv sworn, shall pr
ceed to appraise and set off, by meti
and bounds, such Jiomestead, an
make return to him.. If no con
plaint shall be made by any cr?dito
or other person interested, again!
said appraisal and setting oft' of tl
homestead, within Lbirty days aft?
the return of the appraisers, the sam
shall be confirmed by the judge an
ordered accordingly : Provided, Thn
no appraisement shall be made or n
turn filed until the notice has expii
ed. Personal property, to the exten
and of the kind hereinbefore statec
may be exempted and sjt off in lik
SEC. 9. That one-third of the year
ly products of every person, not be
ing the head of a family, of ever
avocation, without regard to valua
tion, character or condition of pro
ducts or earnings, shall be exeraptei
from attachment, levy and sale, ex
c?pt to enforce the, payment of taxes
SEC. 10. That no sheriff, conetabh
or other officer, whose duty it is t<
enforce executions, shall proceed ir
any other manner than is prescriljec
in tbjs act ; and should any office]
sell any real estate, or sell or remove
any personal property, in violation
of the provisions of this act, and 61
section 32 of article second of the
State of Soutli Carolina, he shall he
guilty of a misdemeanor, and. cn
conviction thereof, shall, for the first
offense, be fined in a sum nol less
than five hundred dollars, ($500,) nor
more than one thousand dollars, ($1,
000,) and, upon conviction, for the
second offense, his office shall be
deemed vacant ; and, in either case,
he shall j}e liable,.in damages, to
the parties "injured'/lor all' injuries,
w reason of his wrongful, levy or
SEC. ll. AppT^8**1"8 appointed to
?et off'the homestead u.n<kr 'thin act
ihall receive as compensation .or l?ucjj
lervice two dollars each per day, aiiu
ive cents a mile for every milo-of
?ecessary travel* The sheriff' shall
.eceive five dollars for all services in
idental to setting off the homestead,
Jut exclusive of all necessary dis
iursements. The* trial justice or oth-.
ir who qualifies the appraisers shall
eceive for such ?ervice seventy-five
ents. and five cents a mile? for every
aile of necessary travel. The fore
;oing fees shall be paid by the officer
xecuting the process, out of .the
?roperty of the debtor, or, in case of
he homestead set off to the widow
r minor children, out of the estate
f the deceased, by the executor or
dministrator thereof : Provided, yhat
he officer,, before setting off; the
omestead and exemption, in any
ase, shall be entitled to demand and
eceive from tho plaintiff ia ?wen-J
sufficient & civerihe ?apear}/ ffes/j
ana costa herein allowed. "Whenever
a homestead is set off, as provided,
in section 8 of this act, the pibbafe
judge shall receive as compensatio-!
&elEt%a ig a^i^h&.^nclijai-nl I
1;h?^re'coTd<o? th? ^r<fcce?rn$v''brit1
excluding . the advertising, which
shall not ;-$fc?>d} j^g?jla^ janett
which fee's and cosis fi?v.iiT be pnicfln
advance by the party claiming thc
homestead and exei^tif?. j] ^? ?J
SEC. 12. All act and parts of acts
inconsistent with or supplied by this
act be, and-the'6ame art herebjKre
Approved Feb. 22, A. D. 1873.
12,000,000, A C ?.? 8 ?!
! _. The -cheapest Land, la jnarket fbr solo by tba. . ;
Union Pacific, flaijroad Coippanj
. ;.i, i Iq tho jGreat Platte Valley.
3,000,000 Acres in Central Nebraska'
Now for sale In ??actsM forty acr.* and nf&ar<ls?M?
FIVE and TEN YEARS* CKBDIT AT C PER CKNT. No AB
I VANCE INTEREST EEQTJIRED.
MILD AND HEALTHFUL CLIMATE, FERTILE SOIL, AN
ABUNDANCE OK O00D WATEK.
THE BEST M AT. Jv KT IN THE WEST! Th<
? grunt minium regions of Wyoming, Colorado. Ulah
?ind Nevada being supplied by Ihe farmera in lin
PLATTE VALLEY. ^ ' . ''J J j
Soldiers Entitled to ftMncsWJ of t& acres
THE BEST LOCATIONS FOE COLONIES.
Flt EE HOMES FOR ALL ! MILLIONS OF ACHES
of choice Government Lundi open fur entry under
the HOMESTEAD LAW, near this GREAT RAILROAD.
with good markets and all the conveniences of ai
old settled country.
Free passes to purchasers of Railroad Land.
Sectional Maps, showing the Land, airo new edition
of DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLET WITH NEW MAFS MAILED
FBEE ETEEBV WHERE, .li
OS W E LC H &, QRil^RTTHS,
Mnnfaciurers of Saws.
?A Flie?, Helling and Machinery
S ? t^.tlBERAL^ISq^NTS.'Ljg! -
1 Price List* mid Clrcnlnrn free.
OD WELCH & itmVFl$:
Boston, ninga., ti Detroit Mich.
USE the Re'isinger Sash Lock and Support to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS !
No Sjprlnf^to break,, no cutting of sash ; cheap, dura
t?t'. y^idj'yiO^P'^d ; ho)<fe tu>ri-ani anjyraac? Bc-,
sired, anda selr-fosfcmr wi en the sasli B uoWn
Send stamp for circular. Circular and six copper
bronzed locks sent lo i<ny addrcfs In the U. S., piwl
paid, on receipt of 50 els. Liberal inducements li
the trade. Agents wanted. Address RE1SINEI
SASH LOCK CO., No. 41S Market!St, :Harrjsbura.
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Asenta wanted. Send for circular. Adam?:
"DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., N. Y.
'* SEND FOR '
P. K. PARWILL, Secretary.
4:J7 Broadway, Now York% ?5 Market Si.. Chicks"
Write for n Price Lin to J. II. JOHNSON,
SMITH FIELD ST PITTSBUSGH PA,
BrbvcU>L ?m.n? MI u uhu.-, .fl t<> ft ... iJJ?i'Mi
Sb i Guns, $3 iu*/l.V-. Siuuli GMHS. ?S inifJ . Kine
(Sbi t?a Revolvers. $o lo$& .Pistols, *1 lo|S
Gun Material. Fishing Tucki-. Ac. Large dim-mirtf
to dtaUn or chd>*. Army Gun". Revolvers, ric.
bought ur Irnded fur. Goods sent by express C. 0. b.
lo be examined before paid for.
tn Q9ft l>L'r uav: Agents wanted.' AU
V" WI V*V classes of. working people, ni
either sex. your g or i>ld, innke mor? money a Kort
for us in their sparc momenti*. ur all ihe lime, ih;?r.
a; anything else. Particulars Ieee. Ad.lr.-.-;. (-.
STINTON & CO.. I'on lan d. Main-.
? RARE CHANCE!!
Wc will tay allagcms $41 \>< r vfcet At err ?i, ?-h'
will engage widens dt ?.ICB KT?jryWwjp furnished
ami exiiensu |ml?L Address,
A. C.??ILTKK Ai CO., Charlotte, ?Uicn.
ROCK MAPLE ??M?.
(Condensed.) Each pacKapw makes on** call?n <..
Syrup. Sent free hy mail. l*ri.-<-. Aven?s waul
ed. Address MALCOM, ?- (.:<>., Sing Sing. X. V.
BEST AND OLDEST FAMILY ?LEDICLNE
A purely Vegetable QMatiia and Tonic, fur Dys
pepfia Constipation, DdWHtr.Stet Id-ailaHie. Bnimn
Allacks, au 1 all demnp'menis "t Liver. Slnniaeb
and Bowels. A>k your Druggist f.rit. Bdmtrey
tmltotloiu. ' > .?
For any ease Blind, Bleed:
int?. Ilchlnjr** Ulcerated Piles
Unit DsBlSO'fl l'n.r. ItRXZltT
ladsto cure. It is prepared
expressly to enre tin; Pllw
Sold hy all briifj'-l'. Prlre^lJ?
DOOR, SASH, BLIND
clo ry in
this city. The only lIo"u^h^oinir;DjarhP'
mana-rcd bv a Caroliniafl in tl*5si eity.r*. i
Senti for trice List- Address
GEO. S. HACKER,
Past office Box 170, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and Warerooms on Kinjr street
opposite Cannon st., on line City Railway
Nov 27 Fy 40 !
t? :?: i iff? 11
DOd?tS',*'5 ? ?t
Sash & Blinds, |!
Furnishing Hardware, Drain I
Pipe, Floor Tiles, Wire Guards,
Terra Cotta Ware. Marble and H
Slate ?*oHftriPr%?(&.' > -> ? ?? I i f
IFfailoTv Glass a Spccialjf)-,
! White *>"1C ^imher/or .Sute. \
Circulars am? Pricc Lbts :
.free on application, ay '
P. P. TOAIiIS, 'I
20 Haynoand Pinckney sts., li
Lui,. , , Charleston, S. C. 'll
Elias' Kew Trausparenl rcmcu?.
]^0R monding broken china, Glass or
- Crockery, or broken articles of anv
description. For salo at J
CLLSBY'S DRUG STORE.
Mar26 tf 14
Sea Foam !
M Powder .in the world. A barrel of
i-lbUr'makes forty.pounds moro bread
With tho Sea Etjam. Try it. For salo
ty ' G. L. PENN & SON.
KU. IS, t? 13
ARE ENDORSED A KD PRESCRIBED BT MORE told.*
'?. lag. Physicians than ?nj- othtr;Toale lor Stirn?. ?1 ; '
niant now In ine. The.T ai? .
? A SURE,PREV E.^XI VE?.,? ii ?
For Fever and Aguo ' intermittents; BlUoushcst aaa all nil'
orien arising from malarious causes. They ar? highly BM
omra-ndedas on AMI-DYSPEPTIC, and In co**? rif?mOtr*
GESTION* aro WTAlMJU.r- Ai an APPETIZER and RE-)
CUPEKAST, -atid In e??M.?l OENT.EAt DEDIL1TT they;
turo nerf r In & iingtotnlDsnf* fallid in product- tho mott
happy resulta. They aro partlenlarlr , .
' ' BEKEpfcKAXjl-O FEMALES, .IM .
StrcngthenicgthotoaT, InTl.-jiratlng tho mind, and giving'
tone and ...Uitis.ij to tb? Kotta FVV.::O? Tba HOME BIT-*
TEES ?r?eoapo?n(lMWltlithecrcitc3?of tiro, and' fi?tah"
lc ? '?mu? ?nt baa (.vcr bc" TO ban offered to the public: (ol
nUUepftT.TJlj ThE TASTE uralnt ae/jamO lime rtmicfc.-,
l':a> comedy remedial acjrits endorsed by inc medical fraterni
ty sjthe besikaowa ta ibo PLarmacopcnla., 11 COILS . but, llt
to elvo ttieai a fair trial, ned
Every Family f'.hould Have a Bottle
No rrenarati-n la the wnr.d can produce io many unquall-i
Oed cutancncatl bypbyticlans of ibo very hlgheat standing!
In t'icir tirofes'i-a.
Eadorttd clio by On Clergy and tht leading dtntmlna-j
KEV. Ira. il. Tiscocx, thc oldest Methodist mlnloterln SU
I Ena", caji tltellqme litters wcro mott grateful In contribu
JfU^-^-"- tj-aifocl^??d pf *qy atrangth, and aa Increaao of
OMMJ MO., June 20,1871.
Tenons |-re:tlv debilitated, ai I bave been, and who require,
-i >r ?::^L;USI. need ?cet for nothing better than tho'
?aou r.*ttrj. s. Tr. COPE, :
l'.-c.?in- Elder M. E. Church, Plattsburg District,
L'.vrrlD HTATEI MARIKI HOSPITAL, t J
ST. l.ocu Mo., OCT. 8, 1670. J >
J...Mri A. JACTI-OT? a Co.-1 have examined tho formula for v
mai; ;;o Suiawih Uitte/j. 'auAuscdthcm In thia 1
lin<.ii:aHI:?liJ:oariiojithj. JltonjldertCem tbomoitmla. ;
n^let^nrcandirr.mlantnoSr ln^io/ ' 8. H. MELCEIl?, ?.
Waaia charge U. B.-Marino Hospital. |j
1 Ai you haT? com- -,
recibo of tho "Huma ?
t cannot, tnijrgforo be considered aaa patent nod.
. "-o hoT? examined I
." and anheau* !
aro excellence, all the !
.. ? '.rx ?i< il lo ir; a< ur, o: .Ulna ?re tho. beat of th? elua to I
?al -h th-*' h?i*ni,4)?i?K'hl;hly Tonie. 8tlmulaat, Stomachic, ',
rarr.-.Hi;ir<', eu t i.ll?htlv Laxativ?. Tho mod? of preparing
It'e*0<>tr:vMn accordance-, whh the mica of pharmacy. ,
'i;?v?nw.,l-i?Kh?'t!barW,lvatopractlco, wo tokeplcaaureIn i
r emma adina, ?gnito ali jwnon-c desirous of taking Bitten, Jr
ir t ? JI-?IIJ'.'SL-I*!-. Tonic and Stimulant now offered to the pub
I )j. . \t : I g fi ',' FT FRANK 0. PORTER,
I i' .'. G'-'tcirlci nn-1 D
u ne tome nan -w.miant now m ?as. i
kf*U; tJHtmlciaa lachargo U. B.-Marlo
V Alina* A. Jjiciiow U Co.^Ccifilcracn ;
rr i'M lottie medical proTciilon'tbo n
J?tti-ra." lt cannot, Uurcfciro be cqnaidcrcd aa ;
A ?HT, iioaal'-tit biting bet? linken tor Ita JFo
' L* m lor iniJng the''nome Bitter?."
I.-!;***/ '.ur the cc vjnatlnn lsonoof Toro exec
"lBiieaaea of TTomcn, College of Pbyal
rr and I'.:; mcmbor/iloard of Health.
ff L. C. BOISUKIEU Prof. of
! and Diseases of Women, St. Usia Med. Collego
DRAKE MCDOWELL, M. 1>.,
!.,,-< .. LatePrei't. Mo. Medical College
. ' ' - E. A. CLARK, M. I).,
Prof. p.c;-wy, ?;0. Medical Collego and late Realdent Phyai
. Uti i ?tr liotniul, Sf- Loula Mlasourl. _
' HERBERT PRIMM. Prof.
Practical rhannucr. St. Louis Collef e of Pharmacy.
J. C. WHITEHILL, Ed. Medical Arehlrei.
'tr. KrACMv.M. D. Dr. 0. V. F. Lnnwio,
Ci fl ra rsa, M. D. 8. GRATZ Mosaa, M. D.
C. A. WAH. M. D. W. A. WILCOX, M. D.
E. C. IT. AN EL JV M. D.,
Prof. Surgery, Honoeopathic Me'.?cal Collega.
. T. VAr.TlXK. M. ff, T.p. COMSTOCK,, ll-, "
" ? JltTicl'SjiIelan?anft 3nrgec*ni: ? -*
JOHN* T. TEMPLE, lt. D
dunn r. i cairi.b, AI. A/..
. Mt-Lc.-IaMedlea and Theraupeutlea, Homoeopathlo Hedi
eil College of Mliaaurl. ' ... I
JSOi CONZLEMAS, M. D., Lecturer
Dlicaacs of Children, nomotopathlo College of Mliaourl.
? f - . il . CHARLES VASTIN'E, M. D., !
'-nf. or PhVslo'.oirT. n?nceopathlo Medicar College of Mo.
JOHN HARTMAN, M. D., Prof.
t lin eal ?loillc?ne, Cot HOTCOopalhlt Pbyalclana and Snrg'i.
' Tbrr areiutijrlorior'alt other Stomach Bilton.
J 'uaw, oivnrpa in.lril..! r^.i
IRS. Analytical Chemlat.
N'o-fllucral bi the world <an cxc-l them
SIMON HIRSCH, AnaltUcal Chemist.
r.roincat AWrjy?lclaA..s of Chicago.
1 . Tl.iftJ.-m-.Ufsr the Hom"! BltaTJ baa-hoen/aubmltted to ns, ,
ta : J c believe tbem to he the beat tonio and a Um niant for
j. uj.-al UAC aowolcredto tho publia. _.
. . I B. WocDBtrar, M. D.,
r,.'\. Xiums, Analyilcal Jas. V. Zl Buaar, M. D.
t , -.i.,-. . , Prof. Chemistry, Bosh
? li:? 1'?T::?, M. D., ; Moilcal CoUegc.
v ;uVirA.t, St. D., " ' ' J. B. WAUCH, M. D.,
r. v. IIAI.XILI, il. D., T- S. HoTKa, 'J. D.,
I.COLAM, M. D., Tao?. T. ELU., "J. D.,
as. Ai (."LLitc*. M. D., J. A. HAHK, M. D.
r:;rj::j?r.t ITaj-slcifin? in Cincinnati,
all nf wsom arc Profcasora In one or tho other of the
: ?'. !.i r ?'.?irr.'. liatecTcr been offered to tho publia ey* ?
I? ; - jtntiamary valnakra retaedial asenta. _ ,i .
r'.-. lt VATTini, M. D." I , 'D. A. JAMXS, M. T., -
C. ?. r-iv?c-?. M. a. ** * . S. P. BowtVli. rf.,
.a, s. a-i'-c'z. M. D .
' TV. ff. 'i ALit*rf nitj. M. D
t. H. tVn.M .t, M. D.,
;.. A. Dousenr, M. I).,
. ti itnvwxKb. M. D.,
' ?j. W. McCaiRtur, M, D,
?L*. ?!. J.<:!t?!D?; M. D.
W. BIOLIC. M.
J. J. Qcixa, M. D.,
w. R. wOOSWARD, y. O.,
U. S. WATN?. ChealiiU
G. E. TATLoa, M. D.,
P. F. MALST, M. D..
S. B. TOIILCCSOU, M. D.
y. :i-:?l Physicians in Mcmphln:
',. He*ta<i Bitlera arc on Invaluable remedy for lndlgustlcn
Ii.: - i-t-i ?rUiae frcm malarial causes,
t. ;t: Titotarro?, M. D., AL?X. Easma, M. D.,
' 'fi cL.n;:>-f Cilv Utipilal, M. R. IIODCXS, M. D.,
b .! H "rt tr.?,'??. D., PAUL OTET, M..D.,
IT. rewatti M. D., M. A. Eonctros, M. D.,
-. :-.D liLLL. il. D., J??- E. Lrticii, M. D.,
-:::V:::? ::? :.?bysicians In Plttsbnrcb;
. l\ ?A-:I: J!. D.. Wu. Ctowis. M. U.,
.:. CtHLOS, M D., D. II. WILLAJU), M. D.,
Q I'.'CTU, Chemist, J. H. MCCLELLAKO, M. D.,
And Hundreds of Otbci-ft
:-. ?iiarl-'i tillN^rth, Welland South. ?
. . -??inti, ii. D.," Milwaukee.
CocxetL BLum. March ?7, 1871.
." . .. IACTUWS Co.-Iiavinscxamlncdtbe formula of tho
. . -, tm . i .iil'.rrr,'-! have prescribed them in my pras
. i- : tf. .?it iiro-jouncc ir.cm thc best Tonic Bitters
p. H. MCMAHON*, M. D.
. ".\r ?talc bt all i'.rurglitJ nnd grocera. I
BSC n A. .ir:eIii.o-a aS: Co., Proprie*tU>r??
... o.-.-.try lo; and 107 N'. Second St., BL. Louis MlssonrL j
?itrTor sale by A. A. V?ASii x, L*rut
Foi* ovor TOI ?TY YEARJ, this
?/IVE?.^?DICl^E lias proved tobe
the , . .
CREAT ?TfFAIjLING SPBCIFIG
PsrTilveT Complaint and its prtinfirl oiT
sprinir, DYSPKl'SIA, CONSTIPATION
Jaiwdlce, Pilions Attacks, SICK HEA1>
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits,
Som STOMACH. HEARTBURN,
CHILLS and FEVER, tte, Ac,
After years of earefiil experiments, to
h.moet a ?rc,atand urtiqiU doinnnd, we now
i]>rc^iice from OHf miginal Genuine Pow
A Liunld.foEm.of SIMIVIONS' LIVER
REGlILATOR, containing 'all its won
derful and valuable properties, and oiler
One Doljao' Boal?e^.
The Powders, (price as before) *?1 per
package. Sent by m ?il, ?1,04.
. P>'iy' no Vow
vAcrs or PRETER ED
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR un
less in our engraved wrnppec, With Trade
mark;, Stamp and Signature unbroken.
None other is genuine.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
Macon, Ga, and Philadelphia.
^"Sold by all Druggists.-t?s
Feb 5 tf 7
' i Kl 1 g
G0 L 0 6 S E
J* Hie acknowledged B E S T. anc? at the
same time thc CHEAPEST, .
- Y^^tiiiW^i ^:;^iu*i?^
PENN'S JKJUiiUET COLOGNl'] is
propared wiUi.thP greatest parc from the
pu reboils :iT,d KxtV?cfsIiy AV. Bi PENN
-and for sale at tho Drug Store of
h. rara' ?t mm
holding claims aghinst tT\c Estate
?f Mrs. llurrici Foy, to present the same
to mo withoat delay, and all persons in
debted to (ho said Estate are requested
to conic forward and settle immediately,
M tho affairs of the Estate must bo
"losed. W. H. FOY, Adm'or;
?J^jh^ tf.. t ^ Jj
': ?lsiii?i? Tactic ?
JUST received a Large Lot of FJsji.
HOOJCS, LINES, lions, tte ,Vc.
AprtLl, tf ii>
Pf r^: > ' .
La x cg_ UL O l*
.?./.-.;..... ?i'??cf? .?..? .: ; lb:!?' ... S. ?ir . Jo yo .ni . : .
.-. I .. , ../.? .' 0 ?-?-AND^r,. : ?? y r/.y ?: fjy ;
28S Broad St, Augusta, Ga.
-_t_ ! . : y a
i li! <'?' kuxUid -.'n t ' ii
H-";? ?II ?ifj j' ? ' '??i .. tS .id.
AS in Store and to arrive the following articles:-r, ... ,.. ?- v
Bacon, I and Madeira, -.' T .;
D. S. Sides and Shoulder?,, . .. ( RUDIS, Brandy, Gin, , _ \,\ .
Smoked Sides and Shoulders,
Hams, Bellies, ? a.
Lard in Tierces, Tubs, Buckets,
Extra ana laney,
Corn-White, Yellow, Mixed,, - ?.'
Oats-White, Black, Mixed, ,.
Meal, City Mills,
Molasses, Hhds. and Bbls.
Sugars in Hhds.
Demarara Sugars in Bbls.
A, B and C. Sugars,
Liquors in Cases of all grades,
j Bagging and Ties,
(Piakles-pintjjj tito? ink ffg gal's
Oysters in I and 2 lb. Cans,
Tomatoes in 2 and 3 lb. Cans,
.? Sardines, Lobsters, j g ": la
rine ?eas, all gradea, .... !t
Segars and Tobacco*, all graces,
Candy, Ginger, Sauces, ?t
Soda in Kegs and Boxes,
Starch, Blueing,, ,; i ,
.Candles, ? ,;; . .: . ..
Soaps of ali grades, Matchee, -it
Buckets, Tubs, ' "
raper Bags, Wrapping raper, &c.
Wines of all grades-Port, Cherry
Together with an assortment of other Goods usually kept in a first-class
The above will be sold low for Vash. or Factors' Acceptance, with the
lowest rate o& A'sift?yfctteteext Fal?f k ff J <? ? ?
Call and bif^?n^ ^fq'lprices an?Xl^eio?gWSr.lwJ?h will com
pare with any house in the city.
Mr. JOSEPH Q. ADAMS, of Edgefield, is now connected with this
House, and will be pleased to see his friends and acquaintances.
Mar 20 ' tf 13
'.'?rv'-i.iHiro ? w(m . i . i.-vj a \ M
. ,279 Jroad^,Augusta,fla., '! [ /
PilEPAKING for the Spring and Summer Trade, to meet the wants of,
friends and customers in the way of Plantation and Family Sup
??li^s, are dajly making heavy additions to their already large Stock, to
which they^iavit? ?tlre?tjon. .?t)?r Stock comprises in part:
BACON, LARD, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, RICE, MACKEREL, SALT,
FLOUR. MEAL, CORN,
BUTTER, CANDLES, SOAP, - STARCH, 7 ' :
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c,
And in fact EVERYTHING usually on sale in First Class Grocery
' Wo are abo Agents for the.sale of Wm. Massey & Co's. Celebrated Phila
delphia .'\LE3. . .
Will be glad at all times to see our Edgefield friends, 'and will sell the
Best Goods at the Lowest Market Prices.
Augusta, Feb 5 . tf . 7
Tis Economy; to Buy the Best !
/y E are now. receiving our supply of the-following WELL KNOWN
ST A XD ARD FERTIGERS : " ""
A. Aj Phospho Peruvian,
Georgia Cotton Compound,
Amihoniated Super Phosphate,
" . -. . . ? Alkaline; Phosphate.
From the celebrated Manufacturers, G.*Ober & Sons, Baltimore, Md.
--ALSO-- 1 f
-Powhattan Raw Bone Supe* Phosphate,
Chappeil's Champion j^m^Super Phosphate
il' I Pure! Diss^ed .'JBonejs, j '.} ff I \( I
Stono Soluble Guano,
u Acid Phosphate.
Call on us at our Office in Augusta,. Ga., or any of the following
SAMS & CARWILE-, Pine House and Edgefield C. H.
CARWILE & SAMS, Johnstons,
STANMORE WATSON and \ V-A ? ? . ?
MERITT & MERRITT, ./ ^a&> ':
J. H. CHEATHAM, Edgefield C. H.
O'. SHEPPARD & CO., Sheppard's,
H. HAHN & CO.. Aiken,
' C. K. HENDERSON & BRO., Grantville.
WARREN, WALLACE & CO.
Augusta, Jan 28 3m 6
WILL BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS :
$48 Pet Ton of 20C0 Iba
yooria j rf ?**! "iii" ' . ? r?\ : .'.iii '"?
PAYABLE NOVEMBER 1, 1873, FREE . OF INTEREST,
.* TO BE ADDED.
flt;:.'. 1 Dn? aiii^fifi?sofft;; un 1 ^fLjry-f j
. . ./. ' AND- ITS <STA>7M?ip .IS; : :. ,y
.,t: .?. ut 'ni..-, - ..i
f 1.1 t'f A
Call on Agents for-Almanacs add Certificates.
G E 0, ' WM I L LIA M ^ ? & (AK
R: B. WATSON,^Agenfrat Ridgey S. C., . ??
'?OH;?:HlS?IET>l?eJltat>i^sY^il?'..?,^ '" K
Jan.1,1572, "..^^t 1 ?
JOHNSTON'S DEPOT? > . >
i... i . c. &,A. a. rx. ... i . i .;...)...'..
ITT ' ? ' ? ? ? ?ru "' '"' ?"" ' ' ""' ?
H E would r?spectfuiljl announce to our friends and the public*geh?ralJy
that we are now opening at Johnston's Deppjt, .a, .cpmglete ^tock qf Gpods,
consisting of :".?'"? . .... ' L>* < ... ? ..!-..,
' *.'. ? .!". . ?>??:.? .! > ...? *. ? . rf, ....
I)ry; Groods, groceries,
SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, &c.
And we!! ar.e:prepared to make Advances to Planter/? in Prov}-,
sion* and Guanos, uipou satisfactory papers,. payable>lst November next; $
. An examination of our Stock and Prices 'respectfully solicited. 1
' . CARWILE & SAMS.
..Maf.19 ,, _, ; .-. MQj^ft-t. tf .-; , j? 18.
; /* . "K?I?H '?. -?ii "
iris ?. 1 v' liir-i'd /..
i'l '. * Y 'il ; I'll'.' .*! . ll
. .. i !.'.?. . TC* . .'..'* ii. VJ". ?s-.y
Dealer in : ,r hp
Wm Medicines, Groceries:
.&C, <&CV, ?BG? ' '' SJ? '*
. " , . I , "iny, . ' .vf?Blld to: ?VJ:
??gefield, S. C.,
- ' .'?. ;" . '-; 1 . . v Ff il' .: .', ,1.,.,,? rW >
Wonti) . respectfully state to his Friends and the Toblicil'^nera31y1'that
he bas purphased of Dr. W. A. SANDERS, his /Entire; Stock, atid^will
keep on hand full supplies of ' " '
i . ' : .l-u,.. j:d ira:? : . . -vi < -...-v ,(: .>.. ;1 uuv > '. : ?.
Fasrey Gooda, Foreign & Bometlie Pezfutesj,
- HAIR BRUSHES,' COMBS, TOILET ABT?CLES,>
'"I" Bathing and'Surgeon's Sponges,
. Brandies, Wines and Whiskies for Medicinal Purposes,
PA?rfTS, OILS,' VARNISHES, GLASS, PUTTY,. .
...... . , Paint, Varnish and White Wash Brushes, ?"'
FIXL SUPPLY OF ATili HODS GARDEN SEEDS,
Together with a general assortment of . -.
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, LIQ?ORS, &c.,
BACON SIDES, HAMS, SHOULDERS, LARD, .
. . MACKEREL, FLOUR, MEAL, SALT,
. SUGARS, SYRUPS, MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEAS,
. RICE, CHEESE, MACCARONI, CRACKERS,
Soda, Starch, Soaps, Candles, .. '
WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKIES, &c., ' '
Fine White Wine and Apple VINEGARS^ .
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO and SEGARS,. '..
Citron, Currants, Raisins, Pickles, Jellies,
Almonds, Pecan Nuts, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, . .. .. . ..
Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, &c, .
All of which will be sold at the lowest rates for Cash. A share (Of the trade
Dr. Sanders will-be on hand at all times to COMPOUND PRESCRIP
TIONS at the shortest notice. ..' .' '
D. L. THRIVER.
. Jan 28 tf 6
Brooklyn Life Insurance, Co.
OF NEW YORE.
Assets Over Two Millions Dollars.
Ji'LL Persons who wish to insure in a No. 1 Life Insurance Company,- pre
senting peculiar advantages, can do so by applying to ;
(0 W. P. BUTLER,
Gen! Agent.BTobklyn Life Insurance Co:
. Respectful reference made to Judge Ino. E. Bacon,' Messrs. R. C. Shiver,
W. S. Monteith, A. C. Moore and John Bausket of Columbia. Ex-Gov. M.
L. Bonhara, Messrs. S. S. Tompkins, 'Henry W. Addison,.. Z. Wi Carwile,
Sr., Jits. A, Dozier, and other patrons of the Company.
. ACTIVE AND RELIABLE AGENTS, who will devote themselves
to The interest of the Company, wanted in every County in tlie State, with
whom liberal terms will be made. rv'
W. P. BUTI>E8v?CII'K A?ent,
EdgeHeld 0. H., S. C.
Feb. 19 3m . 9
T - .
Jl HE Under-signed having established his office at Edgefield, as General
Agent for "the CoUon Slates Lile ?nswrance Com^ai?y,
invites attention to. oue or two of the advantages offered those wno may
desire,to effect inswran,cel<on their .lives in a safe Home Company :
.The Board of Managers at a recent meeting passed unanimously the fol
lowirg Resolution :
" Hcsolvcd, That in view of the fact that there are unusually large sums
paia for Life. Insurance, tb the Companies of the North and East, which
sums, being there invested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections,
whilst our own, South is greatly in need of cash capital to prosecute success
fully our Agricultural and Mechanical enterprizes ; it is ordered, that for
the purpose of retaining th.?se sums in our midst, hereafter a certain pro
portion of the net cash receipts from premiums, amounting to not more than
70 per cent, of the same be invested in such manner as may be in accord
ance with' the regulations of the Company, in those sections from which the
said premiums are attained."
? r (Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
GEORGE S. ?'BEAR, Sec'ry.
In itecordance with the above Resolution a Board of Advisory Trustees
has been regularly organized at Edgefield C. H., 8.JC., with the followirg
Officerti, viz :
Maj. W. T. GARY, President.
Cant. B. C. BRYAN, Vice President.
R.*0. SAMS, Esqj, Secretary.
This Board is now prepared to transact business, and invest the funds of
the Company agreeable to the prescribed regulations*.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last
AnrAial Statement shows that the Company possess, besides its large Guar
antee, $170 for every $100 of its liability.
OT. TV. ABNEY, General Agent.
June 21, tf 27
TO THE PUBLIC!
WE would respectfully state to our friends and the public generally that
we. have purchased of Messrs. SWEARINGEN & SEIGLER their store
and Stock of Goods, at Granitevilie, S. C.
We will keep constantly on hand a full line of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &c, &c,
And we hope by a stritt .attention to business to merit a liberal sher- s
patronage. ? "*
All COTTON consigned to us by Planters, we will sell, in this market,
free of Commissions.
G. W. TURNER & CO.
GEO. W. TURNER, 1
1 JAMES E! COOK. ? J (
Granitevilie, S. C., Jan. 1,1873. tf ' V j
SAMS & CARWILE,
. PINE HOUSE DEPOT,
ANNOUNCE to tho public that they
ire now opening a fine Stock of GRO
CERIES and PLANTATION GOODS,
?vhich they' will sell at the lowest rates.
?Sf-Examine our Goods and Prices,
jefore buying elsewhere.
Pine House, Mar. 5, tf ll
ike Liverpool 3nd. Loudon anti
Assets in the United States, $3,640,449,62
Assets of the Company, Jan
uary 1. 1872, Gold, 20,106,900,00
Chicago Losses, p'd in 00 days 8.000,000,00
C. T. LOWNDES, General Agent for
South Carolina, Nb; 10 Broad St., Char
eston, 8. C.
THE Undersigned would' announce to
the citizens of Edgefield and thesur
: rounding country that he is prepared to
fdo ALL KINDS OF TIN WORK; at
j Augusta price*, such as 1 .
Roofing, Guttering, Ax.
Old Roqfs, Gutters, TIN.WARE, ,<fcc,
Will make STOVE PIPEand STOVE
PANS at the,shortest notice.
All work warranted.
Shop in rear of Post Office, where he
may bo found at all times daring boni
ness hours. .
.: .( A..E. KEARSEV.
Jan. 22 tf 6
W. J* VEREEW,
. OF SOUTH CAROLINA, WITH]',
Anderson j Starr ?rGo.,
, Manufacturers and yfaolesale ,
Deaiers in tloti?tig*
FOR TH? SmfrrirBBw' TRAB? O&LY?!
Orders tmaL'^^ed^t^ib'ily *?d