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EV G WI. With h -n?H 1 >ok ;iuJ u ri^ht hoad, With boll-and open oyo, Ile M-n'-jr hi las ?round thu streot ' Till cod ' ?rs ?;o by :f i.i . sh? ri iT?-?al*, -i-. .Jr . S ' v : ?ri :t-- tit. - . .. .r i : K . - i> h;-> .?nt, ii. *V - . o o-ar t > nay ; Th ? t?r "ifnrti is ?ll hi? i.wn, F - o h HS . vie-rod nis way." Th? a- viii ht.v<: it; perfect bliss. Th _i;h it.? hippy dreams, If y u vi'l wo-k with bead or hand, \.- I live wi'hin vour means. T. ~v'r "nu will gc bi" own, V 1 JJ niminVs (Hy ; L- ??<.?. . e p"i?r aod ?ny-. Th"re goes . ma'- Wl>0 ' p?vs his way.'" Acts na? Joint Resolutions Passed by tbe Legislature-Sessions 1870 and 1S71. OFFICIAL. AN ACT to ' eview and extend an Act * to Provide a Mode by whick to Per petuate Testimony in Relation to Deeds, Wills, Choses in Action, and other Papers and Records Destroyed or lost during the ?' ecent War. ? SECTION 1. Be it enacted by tbe Sen ate and House of Representatives, of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the Act entitled " An Act to provide a mode by which to perpetuate testimony in relation to Deeds, Wills, Choses in Adtion, aud other papers and records, destroyed or lost during the recent War," approved on the twenty-first day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty five, be. and the same is hereby, renew ed, and shall extend and continue in force for rhe term of five years from the ratification of this Act. SEC. 2. That said Act be further amended so as to dispense with the per sonal service of any notice required un der the provisions of said Act, and in all cases in which such notice shall be left at the usual place of residence or bus! n?s of the defendant, the same shall be valid in law to all intents and pur poses as if served upon the person of such defendant. Approved February ll, 1871. AN ACT to Regulate the Right of Tra verse. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ?nate of South Carolina, now met and sitting in Gen eral Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That a traverse of an indict ment shall not, in any Court of crimi nal jurisdiction in this State, of itself, operate to continue the case. Approved February ll, 1871. AN ACT to Ecneio and Amend the Charter of thc Town of Spartanburg. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sen ate and House of Representatives, of the ^tate of South Carolina, now met a"'d sitting in General Assembly and by theauthoi ity of the same, That from and after the passage of this Act, all citizens of this State, having resided twelve months Within the State,. and sixty days in the town of Spartanburg, shall be deemed, andar? hereby declar ed co be, a body politic and corporate ; and the said town shall be called and known by the name of Spartanburg, and its . >rporate limits shall extend one ?nih; ia each direction from the Court House in said town. SEC. 2. That the said town shall be governed by an Intendant and six War dens, who shall be citizens of the Uni t d .sutes, and who shall have resided in chis State twelve months, and shall have been residents of the said town sixty days immediately preceding their election, and who shall be elected on the second Monday in September of each year, ten days' public notice there of beiug previously given; andfjtat all male inhabitants of the age of twenty one years, citizens of the State, and who shall have resided within the State twelve months, and in the said town sixty-days, immediately preceding the election, shall be entitled to vote for said intendant and wardens, paupers and persons under disability for crime excepted. SEC. 3. The said election shall bo held at some convenient publio place in said town, lrom eight o'clock in the morning until four o'clock in the after noon ; and when the polls shall be clos ed, the managers shall forthwith count the votes and declare the election, and give notice thereof in writing, to the Intendant then being, who shall, within two days (hereafter, give notice, or cause the same to be given, to the persons du ly sleeted. The Intendant and War dens, before entering upon the duties o:' their offices, shall respectively take the oath prescribed by the Constitution of* this State, and also, the following oath, to wit : " As Intendant (or War den) of the town of Spartanburg, I will equally and impartially to the "best ot' my ability, exercise the trust repos ed in me, and wiU use my best endeav ors ro preserve the peace and carry into effect, according to the law the pur poses for which I h.ive been elected : So help me God." And if any person, upon being elected Intendant or War den, shall refuse to act as such, he shall forfeit and pay to the Council the sum ol' twenty dollars for the use of the said town: Provided, That no person who has attained the age of sixty years shall he compelled to serve in either ol said offices; nor shall any person be compelled to serve either as Intendant or Warden more than one year in ary tenn of three years. The Intendant and Wardens for the time being shall always appoint one or more Boards of Managers, three Managers for each Board, to conduct tho election, who, be fore they open the polls, shall take an oath fairly and impartially to conduct the same. SEC. 4. That in case a vacancy shall occur in the office of Intendant or any ? 0f the Wardens, ora majority of th^ i s.tine, ten days' public notice being pre- ? viously given ; and in case of sickness ? or temporary absence of the Inten- j dant. the Wardens forming the Council j shall be empowered to elect, one of their ? number .o act as Intendant during the j l time; * 1 ; 5 That the Intendant and War- ? iuly elected and qualified, shall c during their term of service, severally 1 and respectively, be vested with all the powers of Trial Justices, or Justices of * the Peace, as the case may, be, in this v State, within the limits of the said town, i c except for tue trial of civil cases. And ' ;he Intendant shall or may, as often as . a necessary, summon the Wardens to ; meet in Council, any three of whom tt-itli the Intendant, or any four of the Wardens, may constitute a quorum to transact the business, and they shall be known as the Town Council of Spartan burs. And they and their successors in o?ice, hereafter to be elected, may h ve a common seal, which shall be affixed to all their Ordinances ; may sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded in any Court of Justices in this State, and purchase, h:>ld, possess and enjoy to them und their successors, in perpet uity, or any term of years, any estate, real, personal or mixed, and sell, alien or convey the same : Provided, The same shall not exceed at any one time, the sum of ten thousand dollars. And the said Town Council shall have au thority to appoint from time, to time as they may see fit, such and so many proper persons to act as Marshals or Consta bles of said town, as the said Council may deem necessary and expedient for the preservation of the peace, good or der and police thereof, which persons, so appointed, shall, within the corporate limits of said town, have the power and privileges and be subject to all the ob ligations, penalties and regulations pro vided by the law, for the office of Con stable, and shall be liable to be remov ed at the pleasure of said Council. And the said Town Council shall have pow er to establish or authorize the estab lishment of a market house in said town, also to establish or authorize the establishment of a guard house, and to prescribe suitable rules and regulations for keeping and governing the same, and until the said guard house be es tablished, they shall be authorized to use a room in the common jail of the County of Spartanburg, for the confine ment of all who may be subject to be committed for a violation o? any ordi nances, rules and regulations of said town Council, or the said Intendant and Wardens, in person, any one or more of them, may authorize and require any Marshal of the town, or any Con stable specially appointed for that pur pose, to arrest and commit to the said rmard house or jail of Spartanburg County, as the case may pe, for a term not exceeding twenty-four h-ours, any person or persons who within the cor porate limite o? said town, may be en gaged in a breach of the peace, any riotous or disorderly conduct, open ob seen it v, public drunkenness, * any conduct grossly indecent or dangerous to the citizens of said town, or any of them. And it shall be the duty of the towri Marshal or Constables to arrest and c?mini? a^ suc^ offenders when re quired so to ' do ana vho ^e power to call to their assista?Tf0 e posse coxiitaius, if need be, to aid in making such arrests, and upon thc fail ure of said officers to perform such duty as required, they chall severally be sub ject to such fines and penalties as the Town Council may impose upon them. And all persons so imprisoned shall pay the costs and expenses incident to their imprisonment, which said costs and ex penses shall be collected in the same manner as is provided for the collection of fines imposed for the violation of Or dinances, rule3 and regulations : .Pro vided, That such imprisonment shall not exempt the party from the payment of any fine the Council may impose for the ori'ence for which he, she or they may have committed. And the Baid Town Council shall have full power and authority under their corporate seal, to make all such rules and regula tions, by-laws and ordinances respect ing the streets, roads and the business thereof, as well as the police system of the said town as shall appear to them necessary and proper for the' security, welfare and convenience, and for pre serving health, order and good govern ment within said town. And the said Town Council may impose fines for of fences against their by-laws, rules and regulations, and ordinances, ar. d' appro priate the same to tho public use of the said town. And the said Town Council shall have the same power that Trial Justices or Justices of the Peace now have, or may hereafter have, to compel the attendance of witnesses, and re quiring them to give evidence upon the trial before them of any person or per sons, for a violation of any of their or dinances, bv-laws, rules or regulations, but no fine above the sum of twenty five dollars shall be collected by the said Council, except by suit in the prop er Courts of Justice in this State, and that no fine shall exceed the amount of fifty dollars; and also, that nothing heroin contained shall authorize the said Council to make any ordinance or by-law inconsistent with or repugnant t. the laws of the State. SEC. 6. That the said Intendant and Wardens, or a majority of them, shall have full power to abate and remove all nuisances in said town, and it shall be their duty to keep ali roads, ways, bridges and streets within the corpora4-0 limits of the said town open, and good repair ; and, for that purpose, y are invested with all the powe of County Commissioners or Commission ers of Roads, for and within the corpo rate limits of the said town, and they may lay out new streets, closeup, widen, or otherwise alter those now in use ; and shall have full power to classify and arrange the inhabitants or citizens of said town, liable to street, or other public duty therein, and to force the performance of such duty under such penalties as are now, or shall hereafter be, prescribed by law. And they shall have power to compound with all per sons liable to work the streets, ways and roads in said town, upon such terms as their ordinances or by-laws may es tablish or, their rules and regulations require, the moneys so received to be applied to the public use of the said towu. And all persons refusing to la bo:, or failing to pay such commutation, | shall be liable to such fine, not exceed ing twenty dollars for any one year, as the said Town Council may impose, and they shall have power to enforce the payment of such fine, in the same man ner as is now, or may be hereafter pro vided for the collection of County taxes. And the said Town Council shall have power, with the consent of the adjacent land owners, to close all such roads, . streets and ways, within the said town, is they may deem necessary, by the sale of the freehold therein either at private or public sale, as they may ad- ? udge best for the interest of said town, \ md they shall keep in repair all such ; lew streets, roads and ways as they 1 nay :rom time to time, deem necessary ] br the improvement and convenience 11 )f said town : Provided, That no street, ! i .oad or way shall be opened, without: r. iist having obtained the consent of the ' i and owner, or owners thereof, through ! t vhose premises such new street, road c r way may pass. j c SEC. 7. The said Town Council shall I i have power and authority to req all persons owning a lot or lots in i town to close in, and to make and I in good repair sidewalks in front of lot or lots, whenever the same s front or adjoin any public street of town, if, in the judgment of the Cc eil such sidewalk shall be necessa the width thereof, and the mannei construction, to be designated and u&ted by the said Town Council ; for tho default or refusal, after rea? able notice, to make and keep in ? repair such sidewalks, and to clos such lot or lots, the Town Council J cause the same to be made or put ir pair, and require the owner to pay price of making or repairing ; and said Town Council are nereby empo1 ed to sue for and recover the same action of debt, in any Court of COE tent jurisdiction: Provided, That s contract for making and repairing ii ? to the lowest bidder. The cemett and public graveyards are ajso ph under the jurisdiction of the said T Council. SEO. 8, The Intendant and War.< of the said towp, pr a majority of tl shall have full power to grant or re licenses to keep taverns, or retail sj tuous liquors within the corporate li of the said town, upon such condit and under such circumstances ai them shall seem proper and right : . vided, .That in no instance shall price of a license to keep a taver to retail spirituous liquors be less \ the amount as established by the Si and all moneys paj4 for licenses for fines and forfeitures sjiall be ap priated for the public uses of the town : Provided, That the Intern and Wardens duly elected shall have power to grant any license to ] tavern or retail spirituous liquors tc vend beyond the term for which 1 have been elected. They shall 1 power to regulate sales at auction M in the corporate rrniits of the town, to grant licenses to auctioneers, it rant traders, to keepers of hotels, ery stables, billiard tables, ten-pin leys, or piher kinds of games of haz skill, or chance, on all drays, ci wagons, carriages, omnibus^, bug; horses, mares, or mules, kept for hli used for public purposes in said tc And tfrey have full and only powe impose a tax'on aU shows or exhibit for gain or reward" within ?he cproo limits of said town. They' sha?f 1 power to impose a tax not ?xce?t twenty cents ou eyery hundred dol of the value of all jreal 'and pers'i property lying within the c?rpo limits of the town, the real and per al property of churches and schools college associations excepted. Tha ordinan.ee declaring the rates of an J* ?^xafcWft?ilrfoym, shall be \ lished aUea^-^.W^^ month of January in v. - -i? \i? the first publication, which sha., mediately alter this amended chai is accepted and adopted by the Gem Assembly of this State ; Provided, T if in the judgment of the said Tc Council any property, real or persoi shall be returned below its actual i true value, then, in such case, refere: shall be made on the book of the Co ty treasurer ; and the last assessmenl such property made by the County , sessors shall be taken as the value the same, and that all persons liable taxation under the same, shall m? oath of their taxable property wit] said town, and make payment of th taxes to the Clerk and Treasurer of 1 said corporation, or such other peri as they may be ordered or required do during the succeeding month af publication, and upon failure, to ma such return and payment as requir< the parties so in default shall he st ject to the penalties pro-ideu by li for failure to pay the general, State a County tax, to be enforced by the < ders of the Intendant and Wardens, a majority of them, for the use of t said town, except that in such cases th executions to enforce the payment such taxes shall be issued under t seal of the corporation, and may directed to the Town Marshal, or oth person appointed by the said TOY Council to levy, collect and receive t same, with costs, as in such cases mai and provided by law. And all prope ty upon which such tax shall be levi? and assessed, is hereby declared ai made liable for the payment thereof preference to all other debts exce debts due to the State, which shall 1 first paid. And that all other tax imposed by the Intendant and Warder or a majority of them, shall be payab in advance by the parties liable for tl same, and on failure of payment the property shall be liable for the sam as in manner and form just before statei SEC. 9. The [Intendant and Warder elect, together with Clerk and Treasi rer, shall, during their term of ofEc< be exempted from Street and Police di ty. Each Town Council shall, withi one month after the expiration of thei term of office, make out and return t their successors in office a full accoun of their receipts and expenditures du ring their term, which account shall b published in one or more papers of th town or county and shall pay over al moneys in their possession Delonging to the corporation, and deliver up al books, records and other papers inci dent to their office -to their successors and on failure to do so, they shall b< liable to be fined in a sum not exceed ing five hundred dollars, tobe collected by any proper action of the Towr. Council. SEC. 10. That all ordinances hereto fore passed by the Town Council oi Spartanburg, in conformity with the authority granted by existing laws, shall be, and they are hereby, declared legal and valid. . SEC. ll. All Acts and parts of Acts heretofore passed in relation to the in corporation of the town of Spartanburg be, and the same are hereby, repealed. SEC. 12. This Act shall be deemed a public Act, and continue in force for tho term of twenty years, and until the end of the session of tho Legisla ture thereafter. Approved February ll, 1871.. AN ACT io Incorporate tte Hedges Light Guard, of ?disto, ?South Car olina. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sen ate and House of Representatives of .he State of South Carolina, now met md sitting in General Assembly, and jy the authority of the same, That P. P. Hedges, Abram Brown, Jonas Grant, Wallace Wescott, and James Hutchison, inder the name and style of the Hed ges Light Guard, and their successors md associates, be, and they are respec ively incorporated and made and de bared a body politic and corporate in leed and in law, and as such body pol tic shall haye the power to use and ___?. - - -_. keep a common seal, and the same at .will to alter, to make all necessary by laws not repugnant to the laws of the land, and to have succession of officers and members, conformable to such by laws, to sue and be sued,: plead and be impleaded in any Court or Law 'or Equity in this State, and to have, use and enjoy all other rights.and be subject to all other liabilities incident to bodies corporate. SEC. 2. That this Act shall be deem ed and taken to be a public Act, and shall continue in force for the space of fourteen years from add after its pas sage. Approved 23d January 1871. JOINT RESOLUTION Aui?iorizing the State Librarian to came to be Prepar ed an Index to Volume Fourteen of thc Statutes of the State. Whereas, in binding the Statutes of the State of South Carolina at large, designed to form the Fourteenth Vol ume, it becomes necessary that an index of contents be prepared for the same ; therefore, SECTION 1. Be it Resolved by the Senate and House | of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the State Librarian be, and he.is Here by, authorized to cause to- be compiled an index of contents t.o the Fourteenth Volume of the Statutes of this State, at a cost not exceeding one hundred and ninety dollars. SEC. 2. That the Treasurer of the State be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to pay the amount named in the preceding. Section, put of any pub lic funds not etherise appropriated, on the receipt of sufficient ?yidence of the completion of the work. Approved the 19th day of December, A. D. 1870. AN ACT to Rc-Qhartcrthc Pumpkin tpvm Turnpike Road, in Pickens. County. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the. Sen ate and House of Representatives oi the State of South Carolina, now mei and setting in General Assembly, and lie authority of fHesame, That the Turnpike Road leading 'from Bumpkin town to Table Rock, in Pickens Coun ty, be and same is hereby re-chartered in the name of Marcus D. Keith, foi the'Term'of fourteen, years, with thc same rates' of 'toll as -those heretofore allowed by law. SE.?. 3. Thaj; al} persons going to and returning tjrpni ejections, charlies and milla ba allowed to pass ?i& the road free of toll. Approved January 23, 187L A?? AC? lp incorporate the ?ioncival Fire Company bf Chester.. _ -1 B? it enacted by the Sen SECTION *. -kf.ivos ol ate and House of Represent, the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That T. S. Mills, R. M. Dunlevy, E. T. Atkin son, J. T. Elliott, David Hemphill, J. H. Vanness, J. A. Bradley, Jr,, by the name and style, of the Stonewall. Fire Engine Company, of the Town of Ches ter, and their associates and successors in office, be and are hereby created and constituted a body politic, by and under the name and style aforesaid, with a capital stock not to exceed ten thousand dollars, with the right to sue and be susd, plead and be impleaded, in any Court of competent jurisdiction, to have and to use a common seal, and the same to alter at will and pleasure, and with all other rights, privileges and immuni ties that are now, or hereafter may be, secured by law to like incorporated bodies. SEC. 2. That this Act shall be deem ed a public Act, and shall remain in force for the term of fourteen years. Approved January 23d, 1871. AN ACT to make appropriations for the Payment of the per diem and Mileage of ilie Members of the General Assembly and the salaries of thc sub ordinate Officers, and other Expenses Incidentalthereto. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sen ate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That for the payment of the per diem and mile age of the members of the General As sembly and the salaries of the subordi nate officers, and other expenses inci dental thereto, the sum of one huudred and thirty-five thousand dollars if that be necessary, be, and the same is here by appropaiated out of any funds: in tiio Treasury not otherwise appropri ated. SEC. 2. That the Clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives be, and they are hereby authorized, and direct ed to furnish to each member of their respective bodies a pay 'certificate for the amount of his mileage and per diem, to include such dates as the General Assembly shall, by ConcurrentPvesolu tion, direct. SEC. 3. That such certificate shall conform to the provisions of Section 23, Article II, of the Constitution of thc State, and shall be certified by the President of the Senate, and attested by the Clerk of the Senate, for all mem bers of that body, and by the speaker of the House of Representatives, and by the Clerk of the same, for all members of that body. SEC. 4. That the subordinate officers and'employees of this General Assem bly shall, in like manner, be furnished with certificates of pay in such amounts as shall be affixed by that branch of the General Assembly to which such offi cers and employees shall respectively belong : Provided, however, That the pay certificates for services common to the two Houses shall be signed by the President of the Senate and counter signed by the Speaker of the House of | Rp- .esentatives. SEC. 5. That the Treasurer of this State is hereby authorized and directed to pay said certificates out of any funds in the Treasury not otherwise disposed of, and to hold the certificates as his vouchers therefor. Approved December 23, 1870. Ci Hair Restorative ATALYCTIC 1IAIR COLOR, RESTORER and DRESSING, AY BR'S HAIR VIGOR, Prof. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE, HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER, Mrs. ALLEN'S WORLD HAIR RESTORER Dr. CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR, -never fails, and warranted to restore. 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That all who sec this notice may solid their address, nnd tesl the business, we make thc unparalleled offer: To such as are not well satisfied, wo will send $1 to pay for tho trouble of writing. Full particulars, a valuable sample which will do to commence work on, and a copy of | Tit? J'eojile'n Literary Companion-one of largest and best family newspapers ever published-all sent free by mall. Reader, if you want permanent, profitable work, address _R-_?-jALLEN & CO., AUGUSTA MAUVE. PSYCHO.MANCY.-Any lady or gentleman can make $1.000 a month, secure their own happiness | and independence, by obtaining PSYC1IO.MANCY, FASCINATION, or SOUL CHARMING. 400 pages: cloth. Full instruction* to use this power o vcr men or animals at will, how lo Mesmerize, become Trance or Writing Mediums, Divination, Spiritualism, Alchemy, Philosophy of Omens and Dreams, Brigham Young's Harem, Guide to Marr.age, .tc. all conlaiucd in this book; 100,000 sold; price by mall, In cloth $1.25, paper covers $1. NOTICE.-Any person willing to net as agent will receive a sample copy of the work fret. Asno capital is required, all desirous of genteel emplo>m en should send for the book, enclosing Iff els. for poslagct o T. W. EVANS .t CO.,41 South Sth St., Philadelphia, AVOID QUACKS.--A victim of early indiscre tion, causing nervous debility, prcmntnre decay, Jte., having tried in vain every advertised remedy, lias s simple menus of sell'-mre, which ho will ?end free to his fellow sufferers. Address J. H. TUTTLE, TS Nassau st, New York. _;_\_ GREAT MEIJI CAL BOOK and FRENCH SECRETS for Ladies ami Gents. Sent free for 2 samps. Dr. Bonaparte S? CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. A Card from a Prodigal SOIN I RESPECTFULLY call tho attention of my friends and thc surrounding country, to my lo cality, known ns tho Grove Place, Beech Island, whero I may at all times ho found, unions profes sionally engaged. I keep constantly on hand a fine lot of PURE DRUGS, and am prepared to furnish my patrons with any Physic thoy may need. Having fine Surgical Instruments, and oonsid orablo experienco as a Surgeon, I am prepared to perform all kinds of Surgical Operations. I especially call tho attention of tho Ladies to tho fact that I treat Uterine Diseases very suc cessfully, and will guarantee a euro of any .case of fivo years standing. Very Rospcctfully, J. L. SMITH, M. D. Bath, Feb 15 3m 8 THE: JP id .xe BS OF TUIS POPULAR FERTILIZER H as Been R educ e FOR THE SEASON OF 1871, TP MEET THE.ifECES9|T^ES THj' F JLi J? 1ST T 11ST ?- aOMMTJISr?T Y, AND HAS BEEN FIXED AT CASH-Fifty Dollars per Ton of 2,000 Lbs, at Factory. TIME-Fifty-five Dollars per Ton of 2,000 Lbs, at Facto ry, Payable 1st Nqveniber, 1871, WITHOUT INTEREST. WM. C. PUKES & CO,, AGENTS, OJIAR L ESTO Ny S. C.. WK. BUTLER * CD,, AGENTS AT EDGEFIELD, S. C. .. Jan H 3m 3 Watclies and ?Tewelry ESTABLISHED 1850. nnHE Subscribers would rcepejtiJlyinform the Citizens of Ed.ecSeld and surrounding country JL that they have just received a' Larg? Assortaient ot WATCHER, of the Best Manufacture, which they will ofTer'at lower rate?s tr?an any House in the City. In addition', wiU be found'a large Stock of FINE GOLD JEWELRY, set with Diamonds, Rubies, Garnets, Coral,-BRIDAL SETS OF PEARL-NUPTIAL RINGS-"WATCH CHAINS, CHARMS, Ac. A Fine Asscrtmont SOLID SILVER WARE, embracing FULL TEA SETS, WAITERS Ice abd Water PITCHERS. CASTORS, Berry and Butter DISHES, Card RECEIVERS, Card and Cake BASKETS; Cordial'STANDS, GOBLETS, CUPS, FORKS and SPOONS, and everything in the Silverware line. Always on hand a superb stock of Cir UN S AND PISTOLS, consisting of Fine Single and Double Barrel GUNS, and Colt, Smith t Wessen, Remington, Cooper, Sharp ana Derringer PIS TOLS, and many others cf tuc latent InventloR. Also, pap'CPOTRV, S??CtAvf/ES, WALBING CANES, P0RTEM0N??J?8, and FANCY GOODS of every Vario ty to be lound in a ijir?t class Jewelry Establishment. We wpnld also remind tho public that we keep a Special Establishment for the REPAIR of fine WATCHES and JEWELRY- All work entrusted to our care will be executed promptly, neatly, and warranted for one year. A, PBONTAFT 4 SON, 103 BROAD ST., one Door below Augusta Hotel, AUGUSTA, GA. Augusta, Dec 10 ly 51 TO PLA -c GUANO FOR COTTON! PRICE GREATLY REDUCED. -?--i " TC XT 2rL "pd _A_ AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. PRICE IN STORE, Augusta, Ga., $55 Cash, per ton of 2,000 pounds. For Warehouse or Factor's acceptance, payable 1st November next, $65 per ter,, -.'knout interest. For Planter's Note, secured by lien on Crops, payable 1st November next, $75 per ton, without interest. For Low Middling Cotton delivered at a Railroad Station, by the 1st Nov,. 15 cts. 2^er pound will be allowed, and $G5 per ton charged for " Eureka." For lower guides of Cotton the usual difference will be expected in settlement. Approved Acceptances, on four months' time, taken as Cash. This FERTILIZER IS WELL AND WIDELY KNOWN, and has given ENTIRE SATISFACTION for the last five years to all who have used it. Parties wishing this well known Fertilizer would clo well to ?end in their orders at once. . F. W. SOIS & CO., Cotton Factors, Savannah, Ga., Gen. Agents. BEALL, SPEARS & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AUGUSTA, GA., AGENTS. Augusta, Jan 30_2m . _6 GUASOS ! Cit AVOS ! 1000 TONS WHITEL0CKiS~V?OTAT0Rj Too well and favorably known in Edgefield and adjacent Counties to require especial commendation. We refer to all who have used it. Our Prices are $70 Cash, or $80 on Time. 300 TONS WHEELOCK'S DISSOLVED BONES, Containing about 30 per cent, of SOLUBLE BONE PHOSPHATE, and hence-r-robably not equaled by'any offered for gale in the State. Cash Price, $65. Time Price. $75. 200 TONS PURE No 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, . CHINCHA ISLAND, and coming to us direct from the Store-Houses of j the Peruvian Governments' Agents. 100 TONS PURE GUANAPE PERUVIAN GUANO. 100 TONS PURE LAND PLASTER. In offering the above FAVORABLY KNOWN and MUCH USED GUANOS, we deem it only necessary to say to our friends and planters generally, that, as heretofore, they will be found from actual results such as represented. Having made arrangements for ample supplies, we are prepared to fill all orders promptly ; and would urge upon all the importance of sending in their orders early, so as to anticipate the usual rush on our Railways during the early Spring. U&*For further information, send to us for pamphlets and special testimonials. J. SIBLEY & SONS, Cotton Commission Merchants and Dealers in Guano, No. 159 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, GA. Jan 15 3m4 CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Mattings, Window Shades. Rugs, Mats, Crumb Cloths, Hassocks, Lace Curtains, Cornices, Bands and Pins. Damasks, Reps, Terrys, Center Tassels and Loops, Moreen, Hair Cloth and Trimmings. - Picture Tassels, Cords and Nails, Piano and Table Covers, Pall Papers. Borders, Paper Shades, Screens, &c. The above nev; Goods of our own importation are now being opened, and viii be sold as low as in any house North or South. Our customers and the public aro invited to call and examine them. Carpets made and laid promptly. Oil Cloths cut and laid ; Window Shades lung; Curtains made and put up, and all work in the Upholstering line done iromptlp by comp?tent workmen, by JAMES C. BAILIE & BROTHER, 205 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA. Also, a Large and Select Stock of Choice Family Groceries. Plantation Supplies, Wood and Willow Ware, on our lower floor. Augusta, Sept 28 6m 40 SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED, The Great SOUTHERN PIANO MA?TOTAOTOHY. Wiri. KIV ALE & CO., GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PI AMO FORTES, B ?' These Instruments have been before the Public nearly Thirty^Tcarv and upon their exeeDttce alup? attained an, ?unpurokattd pre-eminence, walch pro nounces thcm-unequalled. Their TONE combines great -power, sweefness'and fine afr fing qua if. ty. aa well as great purity of Intonation and bweetnew throughout the entire ?cale. Their. ? TOUCH i? pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the stiffness found in so many Pianos. IN WORKMANSHIP they aro unequalled usfn/r none but the very be?ljKA? sosBD MATF.IUAL, Hie large capital employed In oft'bu slness enabling ns to Veep continually au Immense stock of lumber, ?e., on bandi ' i . ? t3T"AH onr SO.CA.KK PIAKO'S haTC nur New Improved Ocerxtrung ScaU and tb.? ACKAVTE Txzsu. , J / SS^Wo would call special attention to onr late 1m lirm'ameali In! GEAMD PI Ali Ofl r 'M'S D SOLTARE GE ANDS, Vxrzsno Avant U. 1S6G, whicJi bring thc Piano nearer perfection | han has yet Been attalnedi ' 1 ?r^yT Every Piano folly WairamtedW^l^rt; . W?'?.avc made arrangrnienfs'ror the ?ouc VHOLI s ILK AGENCT for-the most Celebrated ' PAELOE OEi O ANS AND MELOD?e3s|?l^etler Wb3e?t9 and Eetail, at Lowest Factory Prices. WA?. KNABE -A; CO-, IA V V BAXTUIOKX, Mr Sept SQ., ,:^^.,,v ^jnc IMPOR?/rST .; TO ,, r . ? , r TO CONSUMERS GF DRY GOODS, All Retail.Orders Amounting to 920 and Over Delivered in a*r Part j of the Country FREE OF EMPRESS CHARGES,. HAZOILTOXr. EASTER &. S?STS? OF BALTIMORE, MD., In order the better to meet t Lc wants rf their ?e. tail Customers at a distance, have established a SAMPLE BUREAU, and will, upon application, promptly tend I* mail full lines of Samples of the-Newest and'??it Fashionable GoVi, bf FEENCH, ENGLISH and DOMESTIC MANUF A CTURB, ;gttrant?? ing at all times to sell ai low, if not at ?tts price*, than any house in the country. 13 UT ing our goods from the largest sad meit celebrated manufacturers in the different part.? cf Europe, and importing the.samo by Steamers el ect to Baltimore, our stock is ?tall times sup plied with the novelties of the Loudon and Paril markets. As we bny and sell only fir cati, and vxaie na, bad debt?, weare able ??na filing to sell our goods a??E0H Ts? io FirwEH PBS Cm. Liss PROFIT than If we gave credit. . In tending for tampUt tpceify (he kind ofgoo di detired. Wo keep the best grades of every dasi of goods, from the lowest to the most ooctjj. CLOdj? una"?^?a?,rd ty 'H 9ath 3i*A PROMPT-PAYING WHOLESALE BUYERS an invited to inspect the Stock in our Jobbing and Package Department. Address . HAMILTON EASTER A SONS. 197, 199, 201 and 203 West Baltimore flt, ? ., Bal tia ere, Md. Nov. 15 j? y Mill Grariaf,Sh8JGo???Dir? ' .SEND FORA fi?RCHTflff. <r?> Ti F. BRODIE. R. B. Honoras. H. C. HcBcrxB BRODIE & CO., COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCH'TS., North Atlantic Wharf, CHARLESTON, S. Ci LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. ... _ Refer to ANDREW SIMONDS, Esq., President National Bank, Charleston, S. C. Aug 25 . ' 8m 35 ha iv's Cotton Seed Huller* Agents,-BRODIE & CO., FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Charleston, S. C. April i7 l7 " P. P. TOALE, CHARLESTON, S- O. Largest and most complete 1 Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, ! Blinds, Monldings, Ac, in the j v Sonthern States. J Printed Price List Defies Competition SEND FOR ONE. SENT FREE ON APPLICATION. April 27_ly 18 HIGHER EDUCATION. HELLM?TH COLLEGE. Board and Tuition pcrapBUpa,$326. HELLMUTHE LABIES' JC0LLECE Inaugurated by H. E. II. Prince, Arthur Board apd TuittenpVrannum, 1286. PararonrTheYcry Ker. IHeOmulh, D.D., Dean of Euron.- ForJPartlc lars apply to Maj. Evans.LoRdo.T, Panuda Weet?- lj?9 ?he Old W?ll-Kj?o^wn Firm o? F. % HE 206 Broad Street, ^..a^vuata,, Georgia, HAVE just received their LARGE AND ELE GANT Stock of FINE Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, Suitable for Bridal and Holiday Present?, con sisting in part of DIAMONS, PEARLS and OTHER PRECIOUS 8IONES, Sterling SIL. VER WARE. FANCY GOODS, CLOCKS, Fine TABLE CUTLERY, and QUADRUPLE PLA TED WARE. yy Work done in the usual good manner and guarantied. Augusta, Oct 17 om ?