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H, L Cj N81 & CO,
UOCEU-POVIMOO - MERCMANT8,
-OREtGN WINES & LIQUORS,.
pk,eti:opportunity of-returning thanks
CA eur patrons and tiends for the very lIberal
nncouragement and favors we have received for
seweral.years pst, and respectfully solicit a contiu
anoM of the sa e. Our highat aims, sadates
deavrer will 6oto meri and deserve the patronage
of Our old ciaomrsa, friend. and the publie gene
rally, by eosdetinig our business s we have done
heretise and ineressing owr apubdton f,,r -
Low Prices and Futr DeaIng,
And making it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us with their trade.
The inereased patronage we have receiveda
are continually rarelving has induced s to BUY A
LARGE and WELIVASSORN Dtock of Goods,
ia order to neet the growing denands and inciaqe
Of all Goods offered to the Pubiio at this establish
ment, isi so well known that very little need be said
Vi tials sobjeet. But with the unity of LOW
PRICKS,And the VERY BEST QUA LITY OF
GODDS, is the system of business the subseribers
are deried to ot. This will be made ap
of their business.
Or 00ods in al Isatncus will he what they are
representea to be-and when sold by sample, shall
alwan be In conformity with the sample.
weare eotantly receiving. and have in Store
aCOMIET., ASSORTMENT of .
GROCE RI ES,
.LQAF. CRUSHED, CLARIED, ST. CROIX
AND. ORLEANS- SUGARS- -
OkLEANS SYRUP &.CUBA MOLASSES ,
TCNbISSEE-ANDSALTIMORE BACON, LARD
SODA, STARCH, SOAP,
WRITE WINE AWD APPLE VINEGARS, &C.
A large assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Coni PIpes,Half Pipeaind Qiarter Casks of
Of the Mlnowing celebrated Brads and Vintages,
-O wd,- De bC., 1838, 1844, 1847.
Aeg. sig.l 1852, 1855%
. amra.Sgnett, .1849.
QLD . AUX & CHAMPAGNE BRANDIES
.AENAta,.20R'P AND SHERRY.WINES.
- HOLLAND GIN,
SAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RUMS.
GIBSON'S EAGLE W H ISKE Y,- AND
-.uaetIoe Liquorm of all kinds!
T"'t Akianoninm of our Store are such as t6
make is Establishment in'fact the substitute of the
eellar of every consumer.
HOTELS. and pirson. wa=ng small assorted
lats of-Cholee Winis and Liquors [or special oca
Miens, an be supplied at the shortest notice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesale
FitMLIES can commund the.beat Table Wines
at very low priees, as siso the cheapest sorts of
W'. nL fr enlisry puqids-s.
PIfIMCIAN -requiring fine L1jors finedi
ad purposes are partioularly solicited to call and ek
amine 4ee Steek.
Weikeer constantly on hand a
Of Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Whips, Saddle
Blankets, Bed Blankets, several Cases of 6ne
Sewed and Pegged Boots and Shoes, La
dies, Misses and Children's Shoes,
Waterproof Hunting and Ditch
er's Boots, Boys and Men's
Broigansfuom NoIto 15,.
Fur, Wool and Silk Hats,
Cloth, Plush and Fancy Caps,
Osnaburgs, Sheetings, Shirtings, Stripes,
corgia Plains, Gunny and Dundee Bagging,
Bale Rope, Twine, &o., &e.
We solicit CASH ORDERS from parties not
visiting oqr Town, and will endeavor in all instan
ces to satisfy~ in every particular, all who confide
their orders to us.
Persons visiting this Miarket are earnestly solicited
te givp.us a call before they make their purchases.
We are deteriniued to make it to their admantage
by .sltiung thym their supplies LOW ER than they
ca buy them elsewhere.'
5j" We will give the market price for Cotton,
ad eveeyober-kind of produce otfered.
H. L CUNNrNGHAMI,
Ihamburg, Sept 18 . 'tf 36
Bh CON, L AR D, &ce,
-gr -rua-reaa 01
a.. z2Bx.sE W .eS -e O Nr
.~ HAMBURei,S. C.
AA HS Ribed FiNE BACON 5IDES
3000lbs: T'ennssee Clean do
S $000 lbs. Tenu.'H AMS and SlOUYLDERS.
l0bs. Choie Leaf IAR D, In kiis and ls.
50 #O bl. No 3 and 4 MACK ER EL.
MM'rlbb and kitsNo I do
100 bble. Choice NI. O.'MOLA88ES.
-,VI5-lh ds.-Prime Cuba - do
-.1,000 Sucks SAL T. = .
300 Boxs.Sperm and Adamantine CANDLES
-50 Bose Jackson & Linkohn's No 1 SOAP.
.1.0 Bloxes Kendals improved Chemical Olive
A fe~w Tens Peruvian (WANG.
-gee1assortment of Groeeries, consittIng of
M681# AND ROPE,8SU8AR AND COFFEE,
.sMOLASSES, RICE, FLOUR,
- Limse, Plaster, 3o1e Leathser,
Gun ad Bmasting Powder,
*l0IC4,RW(0, . ha
.For sale by 4.,6IBLEY & BON
TNtR Subscriber has taken the
Plamters Water Proof
Waue-EHeuue, formerly occupied by Mt. JotiN
tissa, Sr., and by strict attention to- business he
1sopes Se merit a liberal share of the patronage of
the pulio of the upper and Cotton-grow
Ie Ware House is above high watetmnsek, and
mere secure from Fire than any other Ware House
-I will also attend to receiving and forwarding
Gos, dre.,iutrusted to my care.
C. H. KENNEY.
lIamberg,Septlet, 1855. tf 34
87 Independent Press will copy one month and
oeward adeent to C. HI. K.
D ISSO L U T I ON.
1 HlE Co-Partneishlpheretaforia existing between
the Undersigned, under the .Firm, of Wa&
j. ilu.., is dissolved by mutual consent.
The unsettled business of the Firm will ho ad
justed by Wr..una Hu~l.,.who is duly authorised to
use the name of the Flirm in liquidation.
mburg,S. C., August 31, 1855. .
THE Undersigned will continue the business in all
its branohes at the Old Stand, where he would be
pleased to have ALt who are indebted to the.Fign
a aqgwise, to'oasB and settle without delay.
O sngasAug I, 18SS: 6m 35
J UST received by the Subscriber, from New
tark, an adional'uapply of superior 12-4
L7NEN-SHEA'TINGS, which he will sell at
seg low prices.
Au sortment of new-style FAIt PRINTS, to
all se which.be respectfully Invites the attentIon of
the pubtie, W1LLtAM SHEA R.
Augusta, GOt 2i tf 38
A LL Persons having demands against the Estate
of Win. H. Adams, del'd., are hereby notified
to presemt-thesamae, properly attested, for payment,
and those who are indebted to the Estate, are re
enested to make payment to
E. PENN, Adm'or.
Ja. n14af 2
T.XRHEWRBY & G0.
R E A D Y -M AD E
TRUNKS, CARPSrT BAGs, lic,
J Y. NEW IY & CO., under the U.
* S. Hotel, AusuiA.D., atre now receiving
and opening the LARGEST, REST- an& -MOST
FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT of---.
WA-iaLa A- 9 3Nr V
READY MDE CWJHING
EVER offered in the City- of A ugusta comrnising
EVERY VARIETY of
For Gentlemen and I-oath's Wear4 whiekfbr su
perior QUALITY or MANUFACTURE 'eannot
be surpassed in this 0t any'ofil. Market.. I addi
tion to which, we will weqek1yte'ee
from our Hqo . 0 Yd0kr' W ybo keep con
sutaty on hand 'AIGE'AND SPLENDID
Youth's & Children's Clothin !g
T Country. Mlerchants and. ALL PERSONS
visiting Augustawilleertainlyfind it to their itertst
to examine our Stock, is we are determined to ofer
our-oods to the trading public on the most-rebon
r Thankful for the past kind and liberal pat
ronage-that we hare received from the ciisens of
Edgefield and the adjoining Districts, we hope tp
merit a continuanee of the sam#.
S J. SLNEWBY.& CO.,
Augusta, Sept 24, tf 36
TIIE Ua sted with them in
th.e Rcad356do Clothing Business,.Mr.. Q.
B. DAY and WM. S. WISE, and will continue
the'same under the name of J. M. NEwSY & Co.
HORA & NEWBY.
Aug 1, 1855. tf 37
WM8I4 BUUCHABD & %
-AOG1fSTA,;GA., . .
A RE now opening their FALL and WINTER
supplies of C H O IC E FAMILY D R Y
GOODS,sdledted-with grtveare from recent Im
portAtions, -and comprising an 'assortment which for
RICHNESS, VARIETY 'AND EXTENT,
is not.usually found in this market. As they now
hive the reputation of selling First Class
Goods upon a MUCII LOWER SCALE OF
PRICES than they have been usually brought here,
they beg to assuretheir friends in Edgefield District
that they intend to keep up this standard of
And to KEEP DOWN P'RICES to a fair remu
g'.ToCash and prompt.paying customers, and
to none others, we shall ofer great inducements to
visit our .stablishment. Our Stock consists in part
of the following
R D ress Goods.
RIHVELVET BROCA DE SILKS;
Morio Antigue SI LKS, in blinek and colors ;
New and beautiful shades. of Plain and Ripped
SILKS, very heavy and rich;
Plaid and Striped SILKS in great variety ;
Black Italian and Taffita SILKS;
Silk Robes, Satin Turk, Cashmere., DeLaines;
Ameline Cloths, PLaid Stuffs
Freneh and English M ERINOS, all shades;
Plevin De Laines, Persian Cloths;
English, French and A merican CA LICOES and
GINGH AMS, Calico ROBi S, &c.;
Black Bombazines, Canton Crnps ;
Canton Cloths, Black Challies mnd Alpneens;
EMBROIDERIES and LACE Goods of every
EVENING DRESS GOODS in every variety.
Mens' and Boys' Wear,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SA TINETS, VEST
INGS, T WEEDS, &u.
For Family Use,
BATH, WIllTN1AY and ROSE BL ANKETS;
Linen and Cotton Sheetings ;
Pillow Case Linens and Cottons;
Redl, White, Grey, Green, Blue, Welsh, Saxony,
nnd Domestic FLANN ELS;
Table Damask, Doylies, Napkins, Toweling.
Wine Cloths, Fruit Cloth.;
Lace and Muslin Curtains, Curtain Materials;
Colored and White Dimities;
Iluekaback end-Birds Eye Diapers, &c.
NEGRO BLANKETS, Georia and Kentucky
'Plains, Cotton Osnnburgs, Georgia Stripes, &c.
gg"Order. filled with the most careful attention,
and all Good. 'Warranted.
WARD, BURCHARD& CO.
SAugusta, Sept 18, -. . . t f -..36
Patent Metalic Burial Cases I
'T E Subscriber has always on hand, at his Fur
.nture. Establishment, a large assortment of
these valuabl, air-sight ad indestructable Cases,
for preserving the Dead for ordinary interment, for
vaults, for transportation, or for say other desirable
pur poe -. -,~, . -- - - -. - .
I have als'E iandN autkle of adififerent forma
and finish-from thoso heretofore furnished,, for .the
purpose'of ieeting more fully the- taste anddesire
of those who are not altogether pleased with .the
shape and appcarauoe othe former style. They
are codmpdiedh bth*'uime IMPERISH ABLE MA
TERIAlS, while the exterior shape and finIsh is in
resemblance of the most beautiful and highly POL
ISHED) ROSE WOOD.
Thme assortment comprizing A LL SIZES, from an
infant up to the largest size person, all of which will
be soldon ressonable'terms. J. M. WITT.
Sept 26 -tf 37
HOSPITAL FOR NEGROES,
AT AUGUSTA, GA.
T H E Undersigned would call the attention of the
citizens 'of Edgefield and Abbeville .Districts
to their INFIRM ARY for SICK NEGROES and
those requiring. SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
Whiile the completenes of *our arrangements
affords to the patient every comfors it also enables
us to repder more effieIent treatmengt jo Chronic
Cases, hmin lon6 genreily Golseicrea in tAedinary
privrate .praotiee., Oure special iecoommodations'far
~the managentmut.of Chronie diseases of femaies,4so
common in Negroes, are ample and complete.
For Nursing, Boarding and Lodging, pr mon. $10.
For Treatment,-The ordinary rates of practice.
ID2- Communications addressed to us at this place
will mneetwith prompt attention.
H. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon,
R CAM[PBELL, A tten~ding Physician.
Augusta, A pril 30 tf 16
Cheap Car ets;
ILLIAM SHEAR, Augt , Ga., has just
received from New York, a supply of Brus
sels CARPE TS, of new and beautifnl styles.
Superior. Three-Ply (QARPET8, of rich and
s.plimedid Patterns, and alfMi very low-priees. The
publie~afo '1'uspectfllyingited to call and examine
the asslrt~ment ~ -
Augusta, Oct 2 f 38
A NEW and improved Style.--Almo, Nipple
L.Glasses, Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Teething Ringw, &o. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TilAGUE, Druggists.
. May 23 If 19
N ot Iee.
A LL~ Persons indubted to the EstatefJaoob B.
iStitt, arc requested to amake payment, and
all basing demnds againtthes same will band thema
ln-properly aitested.- -
. ENJAMIN WALDO, Ex'ors.
GEO. A. ADDISON.*
Aug8 Li 30
BEG to-infornm their friends and the public, that
theyB ue tinue the DRY GOODS bdeiiein
all-its branches, at thefr old staid,
290 3ROAD STREET,*.
Where they arejiow receiving ainli a 'ndeomplete
assortment odf-- --' '
StapIe and Fancy Dry- Gow*
Purchased-fosm the most emine* Importsesi
Dealers, on such terms as will wamrrut uv in'ga
anteein hose-whomy fever "swihh rele wise, as
good.Ooods,.at a fair prices, as-em be eined'in
Georgia or South Carolina.
Among our assortmet will be 1bund the-richest
OF TnH EAsonI, SttC AS -
Elegant Moii 'Antiqe Gradiuted -SILK&
Satin, Striped and Plaid Moir 'AstlqieLkSf
Splendid-Satip'PadILKS, new style.;
Plaid ChenegRAK, elegint new styles;
Low priee(idoted 8LX8,of every description;
Black SIEtS, in.all widths, very cheap; -
Rischoff's Red Letterbl'k -ILK, best inported;
French MERINOS, all colors, very low prieed;
English CASHMERES, COBUkGS,PAU
French P s li DELAIN , solid clor ;
Figured Muslin DEIM= ad CA8I.
XERES, very *heep;
DONBA EINESLopin's'eitopake, A @et
Black A'AC'CCAS,very k ap.snm.eztrae;
do CHALLYS and DELAINES;
do POPLINS and Watered SILKS; -
CLOAKS of the very newest and iostelegat
designs, in ClothrVelvet and Mole'Antiged,
froni td most'popnlar Empo-iu's of N. X
Embroidered and plain Crape SHAWLS
Long and-Square Woolen SIAWLS-; -
Extra ine and large BLANKETS;
Low priced One- - 'do
Negre -BLANKETS end' KERSEY ,'of Ila
perior quality, and exeeedingly low piled;
OSNABURGSand STRIPES, anetory-prices
Bleached HOMESPUNS, of the-bstwarn
. wirtwistfactories; ..
Sea Island Brown RONESPUN;
HOSIERY of every description, for Iedis.',
Gent's. Youths' and Misses';
ERBROIDER~1Ef, of the finet kiad; -
Fine White FLANNELS, from lo pries& to
Heavy all wool Red PLANNELS, cheap;
Kentucky JEANS and BATINE TI ;
Fine French CASSIMERES; "
CALICOES. GINOMAMS and -CNECK~I
Damask NAPKINS and TOWELS;
Superior 10-4 I)oeble DAMASK;
Heavy8-4 White and Brown DAMASK,*-;
With afall and complete assortmedt of all Goods
usually kept in- Dry Goods Houses, to which we
would respectfully invite the attention of the publio.
Augusta, Oct 1. f 38
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
T H E Sublcribers
continue to build
to order, and of the
BEST MATERIAL that can be procured,
-Carriages, Buggies, &c.
Or EVEaR STYLE AN DuscairrioN. They also keep
constantly on hand a fiue and varied assortment of
ew and Second-Hand Carriag-es
Eg-REPA1RING neatly and promptly attend
Thankful for past patronage, they hopc by giving
due attention to their business and the interests of
their customers; to continue to receivea liberal share
of public favo.C. McGREGOR,.
* F. L SMITH.
Mar 28 -if 11
Carpenter's Sheet System
OFP Cutting Ladies' Dresses and Gentlemen's
Coats and Saeks,-also, Vests, Pantaloons and
Gaiters, together with Youths, Boys and Girls
Garments of all kinds and styles, will be taught to
Ludies and Gentlemen by a
Few Plain, Easy and Singple Rules,
So as to learn them to cut with EASE and SKILL
-a fthe bove meritioned Garments. -
- eCopyright of this State has been assigned to
G Eo.S. fhlcN Ef.L. & Co., of this plac.
Persons wishing to as all themselives of this Sys
tem or wanting. infornation will call or leave, their
ordees at Mrs. McNEnI.s Alillmner Establishmnent.
GEO. S. hicNEIL & CO.
Edg-feld C. T., Many 30 ly s0
THOSE of our citizens, who desire to protet
-their houses, barns, &c., from lightning, would
do well to try OTIS' IMPROVED PATENT
LIGllTNING CONDUCTORS. By applIcation
to the subsoriber, A gent at this place, they can pro.
eure these rods and all necessary fixtures1 and,
what. more, have them well put up, all at moder
ate charges. These Conductors have been placed
over the Court Hiouse and Jail by the Commiission
era of Publio Buildings. They are the best,decided
ly, yet invented,
S. S. BOYCE, Acm.
April 4 t f 12.
Ad iitao' Notice.
ber, either by Note or Account, are requested
to pay up. as I am determined to close up -my busi
ness. All persons failing to comply with the above
notice had better lookout. . BN
Sept 2O if 36
ON the Road between Edgefield Village and my
house on Saluda River, on Tuesday last, a
small POCKET DIA RY, with a memorindum of
weather, &c., and containing .about 'One Hunded
Dollars izg Bank~ills. -..
Abibera1 reward will be paid'ior th ellvery of
the same to me, or to Mr. W. P. Butler, at Edge
field Vilge. .A. L. DP4ARING.
-J..y11).- t -'' 26
THE Subscriber wishes to buy -LAND WAR
R ANTS, and e ill give .the higliest. Cash
prices for them.R. B SULU VAN.
Augusti i f '- 29.
Caution to alL
A LL Persons in any wise Indebted to theSubecri
bers, either individually or collectively, arc
hereby forewarned to settle up at -an early date,
otherwise they will certainly have to settle with an
Attorney. We havena large amount .of 'money to
raise in a given tinie, and arc necessarily compelled
to pursue this course. Take heed, iherefore, all ye
who are interested.. J. IL., JENNINGS,
Sept 6 tf 3
-DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c,:
fRS.-A, G. & T. J. TE AGUE,respect
LIfully inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all who m'ay favor
them with their patronage.
Spacs will not allow us to give a Catalogue in this
place of our Stdeck of Drugs. Medicines, &e. Suf
flea it to say~we have the FUTTL EST and
MOST COMPLETE Stock-eter
off~red in this place. - -
Edgefield C. H., May 23 - tf 19
W~ imLLIAY SHEAUo Augiista, Georgia,
- !has just received fronm New York a supply
of English PRINTS, of new and beautiful styilea,
sitable for the Fall season. Also, supierior Merri
-nack and other Amerioan PRINTS, of the latest
A ugusta, Oct 2 ' tf 38
F OR Horn's Creek Academy. The applicant
must be well versed in the Modern and Ancient
Languages. None need apply unless they can coine
well recommended; WASH. WiSE,
Oct 2 tf 38 Trusteep.
" Economny is Wealth 3"
OIOD elean Rags of every description will lie
..imnrehased at the " Advertiser O'llee." Prie,
2b eta per pound. Now, here's a chance for almos.
every body, and old bachelor's too, to make money.
Aprni 18rt 14
THE EMD FOR ALdR
i T o.od' worn tue t lasters or Edge
'JUSTLY CLEBRATED and VEII
m, 4a runthemd the rig t foaEdge eld Dist
Edgeleld C. H., and also of Ro8iso & JA
T. m Certificates in my possession, I ae
eRIOR FOR AL T UiRPO . Its duabi
soiling ourod DwPorn ut lands, makes it the
* . MOST DESIRABLE F
."rAnyeipon wishing totry the ncan d
.may return them without charge.
EDi IngLDC. H., Sept 12a, 18n55.
Till iidersigned is being consultos by eter
ftom all pret of the Union, by those who a e
suflrtug eiomx Dx SPE PSIA and enity o qeat
mneral wkewsemna ula relaxation, and nervous
aeility. . Havlog.16.the last few years, in~his pine
tie, of medicine, turned his attention.almost entirely I
im tha trestmM of thin disease, he is.enableti front
his large expeviene toiustitute a peculiarity-of Ireat
mat thast wvill enalte the patient to see, feel, and
knos, after a day or two's treatment, that his recove.
ry has.olreadyeommenced. Has he a dry tongue,
thirst, loss of appetite, constipation of bowels, nausea
and vomiting f-is the skin dry, harsh, with unnatu
ral heat ?-is he -troubled with sleeplessness, starting
in his sleep, somnolency, impaired volition-with
palpitation or " fluttering" of the heart, and easily
oat.of breath by quickened exertions? All these,
after one, two, or three day's treatment will con
. Teresa of Treatsmenit.
$5.00 for first consultation. Medicine forwarded
by mall, with full and explicit written directions of
the course of treatment, &o. to be pursued. Each
ubsequent consultation and medicine forwaroled,
$2.00. Money remitted in all instances should be
"iegistared" at the p6st-oice. All letters to be
addressed to the undersigned.
WILLIAM W. BTJS. Ml. D.,
-20 Beckman St., New-York.
July 25. : m 28
STARTLDlIG, BUT TRUE.
WARNING TO EVERY SENSIBL E WOMAN
Why Fenmales Suffer ini Talths.
No woman of delicacy Is wilting to disclose the pecutinr
alment's Incident to her sex, even to a most Intimate fauinily
odtyand dellesey is im nled by nature, and
neiher should nor need be subjecd to the rude shocks m-~
evitabte Ins maklng known to thueother sex those alimentsbe
iou ig exclusively to the female,
kExeept in extreme cnses, her sensitiveneus wilt Sacrifice
her henh rather than her delicacy.
The consequences are serious, lamentabie, and lfe-long.
Thus what at Sat could have beens ealily remedtiedi, or
prhaps better stilt, not incurred, becomes a compilienstion of
lisese, not onyruining ste health of the mother, and em
bitterng her dasb sieknss and sulfering, but entailing
broken omstitutoi upon her children. and embarrnaamig, if
not dstressintg, the business andi pecuniary prapets of the
hsband. Let every sensible woman
T.UKN ~JAn~LaMI 1-A TI.1IE,
(as thnusan-is have done) by the bitter experience and sttifer
ingis of othera, of the dreadfud consequences she entails upnn
herself and those endeared to her, by her ignorance of thei
simplest and plainest rtules of heisith as coemnectedt withs 1he
marrageestate, the violntion of which entails diseaso,. suffer
omayaesuffering fronm otstrutelioni or irregultaritie~s
he efects of which thsey~ are'tgornnt, ad hor which their
delcayforbids seekin media advice!I llow ninny stifer
fee s iert (Siig of the womb,) or from fluor
ebity, Ac.)!I How many are in constaunt
agny frmany mlotha preceding confinemeut ! lHow manay
have diaut,l aol dangerous deliveries, and slow ands un-.
To the question, how are these to be prevented? wrhat
shall be done ? the awer lis simple.
Let every woman ascertain for herself, without violence in
her delesey,the nature and charmacter of the allmnent (to which
she as a female hisubc)lhe eauses from whieh It macy arise.
adh ,~rmcles for its cure anti future prevention.
-This can do by pseing a little vohune (alrenady
ymssesset by thuad)which tells ther what is the ntatter,
ad teNs her whsatto do hr It, In pimple but ehaste wsari,
and snob as she can undsersland.
This little volmei entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
.rsowassoft o f D15AE A SEao F wVOMEN.
One Hundredth Edition, (500,000) 18 me., p. 250.
-[ox 711as PaMs, EXrra sINDING, $1 ,00.]
A standard werk of established reputation, founsd cintasedi
In tlaaantes of lhe great Trade Sales In New-York5
Pldepba and other cities, ad sold -by the princlipal
l bh lyn ited Bts. It was first pubushed in
184, sine which Urms
Five Hundred Thousand Copies
have been sold,.of which there were upwards of
DNE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY MALt,
allestni th hetlrsti In whsich it Is held as a reliable
BJOOK( FOR EVERY FEMA LE,
the anthor -havn deoted, his excltsive attentiont toa the
treatment-of copaints peculiar to femah-s, in respect to
which he Is yearly odnaulted by thousands, both In perso
and by letter,
Here 6very woman can dIscover, by comparing her own
smoms with thos derbed;'the nature, charmcter, enaues
osdtheo proper-remedies for, her comtplants..:
The wife sbout becoming a mother lha often need of In
strcton ad advice of the utmost Iiportanee to her futairc
beslh, will ad weeh introduction anadtvice, and also ex
pa many symptm which otherwise would occasion antx
ltor as l the peculiaritles incident to her aituantion
ltisi of course Impraetlesble to convey foll the various
sujets treated-of, as they are of a nature stitly tetended
for the msarried or those eeoutemptating marriage. Thte reve
ladons contained in its-pge 'here proved a blessing to thou
sads,asthennerabloe received by the anthor(which
h is permitted by the winters to publish) wilt attest.
.acee of a Letter frora a genttkrnan in .Dayton, O~io.
DarroN, May 1, 1li47
"$y$wI~ haS niphtll tai sitg 'for somne'three
yasor more, In consequencee of her great angush antd suf
feigsome montlurbefore ad during coninuement; eey
sontie-O snore- And imnore debltlatedt anti ptrottd
her,puttng her lIfe in tspmnent dlanger. and which was ont
tse last ocession desparedi of. I suposedt that this slatte of
things was Inevitable, and ad msyselfI tameet the wtrst.
Ati is titne (now ailant two hnis) I hteard youar booik
hIgly spbkjen of, n's containing some sanutters reaching" sy
case. Qis itst receipt and peual I cenntnot exptress to youi lihe
relsif It aftbarded ty-~distrsed misiui, anad t im Joy its pages
impit to-my wlfettn lenrning-thatt the great dstenvery of
M. M. Des.wnn~eauax 1,rtovided a rsemetdy. It openeda a paros
peet to me which I.little onceived was posh. No prent
nlary dnsderattion can ever repay t1helieto.1 nt tuntder
to you, for having beena the means of iminting to us the
maets contained kn"TheMarried Woman's 1-rivate Metdi
eat Companion." But for thIs, ere another year woutll hae
passed over my hend,in illi husmani paroailhityywife wnuhit
Mave been in her graxo and my chsildrena left moathe'rtes."
In conseqnenoeegt-the naudgersats popujtlarity of thet wtrk, ats
evidenced by1ts'extfatrdidlarfsat1, vnrfolnstimpobiton< lance
beeu. stite i as~well o.bnelers as sas theo pl~hic, by
jmi nspf til ~eVu i dtlous, and surrupttious
lfrnemets o~o~ihnd'othe deviesni'acceptions,
It has be'n-foutlteear~ty therefore
-TO CAUTION THE PUET '
to but' no-book unless the Wors " Dr. A. M. Msirnsowsr,
129 LIberty Street, N. Y." Is on (and the entry tin the. UlerkM.
OUe ont the~bank of) he title page: and buy tel of rtsper-.
tbean honoale htdeleslt, or send by mal, and addsress to
Dr. A. .M. Masuriceana.
t"'pon receipt of Ows Dou~..en *TITE MATWIiNt
WOANI Pl|;iVATE 'MRIICAL Ut.MPtAN ION" l's semat
(munids free) ti any ptart of the Uniitedl taktls, the .tmnass
anal iritish t'rnvinces. All tettets mtust be potts~ini, Iad
,addrssed to Dr. A. M. MAURICEAIU, box 1224, N ew York
0lt 'aublising Oflice, No 1219 Liberty Street. Ntew York.
~Fotr sate on' Agency In this Ylilage by Mr. G. L~.
Dec 12 _m* 49
A large Lot of Glass Ware,
T'INCTURE and Specie Stands from onec gzan
to half pint, assorted;
Vials and .Bottles, all staes. . Also, a few- Ther
mometers,-Ior sate by
A..G. & T. J. TE AGUJ, Drug:;ists
Ma y223tf i19
BLACK, Blue Indelible an'dCarmine, for.sale .
Mby A.G23 J EA UEDrugt.
NO RN -OUT -'LANDS!i
leld District is respectfully called to 1h
[TOC K C
rict, and they can be had at my SHOP.
CxsoN, Hamburg, S. C., at $5,50 per Stoc
warranted in saying that it has- NO SUPI
ity, together with its peculiar fitness for sul
'LOW NOW IN USE,
3 so, and if they do not answer the purpos
S. F. GOODE
NEW FALL AND WINTER
II Subscriber, being now in receipt of h
. Stock of Goods for the
Fall and Winter's-Trade,
(And thank ful for the very, liberal patronage her
tofore extended to him) repeetfully solicits a op
tinuance of that patronage and an e amination <
LARGE AND GOOD SELECTION
In which may bei tound a- SUPERIOR ASSOR'
M ENT of l;EA-UTIUL
RLACK-AND COLORED SILKS;
French and English AI ERZINOS;
Figured, Printed and Plain all wool DrLATNES
Blaek and Colored CHALLIRS;
lack and Colored GINGII AMS;
A great variety of CA LCOS and WORSTEI
GOODS not here mentietd ;
Jaeonet. Swis., l)otted, Ch'k'd and 'Mull Muslins
Cambric and Swiss TRI3MmINGS;
Chemisettes, Collcns and Under:leeves
"bren;l. rinenl and Lisle Rlgings, &c., c;
rand Kentueky .1 EANS:
.enebced and Brsown SI I KETINGS;
"i ' IIO.\ESPUJNS;
Georgcia PA INS nndu STIul PES;
Mtarlboro STI RI'F.S for Servants;
Marseilhes Q U ILTS;
White and Reed FLANNELS;
A tine variety of Colored do.
Red, Cradle and Crib E LA NKETS;
A large supply ofi Negro do.
An unucsually large and excellent ass' rtmenct oef
Groceries, Hardware and. Crockery
A line and bencutiful selectien' of
BONNETS, HATS AND CAPE
A~ very laerge. and spIL ndcid Stock (ir Gents, Ladie
Misse ande Chiher-n's
13O0 TS A ND.SH- OS,
with a full supply of wvell-nmade
Teegether with mancy other articles which migi
here he msenctioned, but the Subscriber trusts tha
the above. as a general outline of hisc, wi
sutifce for the presenit.
WVillineg at all tones to show his Goods to an
whlo many thvor hims with a call, the trading vonunt,
icity are earnaestly requested to step in nnd examis
for themselves. R. U. S ULLIV'AN.
Sep't 21, . if 37
NEW CARPET STORE!
JAMES G. BAILIE,
DIHRBOT IMPO.R.T NR 'OF AELL xiNfDSO:
RUGS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, &c., &c
. L INIE N G O ODS,
Curtain jMaterials aned Trimuig
&c., &c., &c.
234 KING STREET, cHARLERSTON, S. C.
- g' P. S.-Orders promnptly attended to.
Aug 8 6m* 30
FRUITLAND NU RSER1
TEN'THOUSAND CHOICE TREES !
' 'llE SUlBSCIBE1R offers for Fall and )Yinte
* Planting, (1855-'50) thce fellowing desirabi
'A Pr S.-- A seleet list, of early, mneditum an
late varieties, .inehiding miang' of 'thu "new an
superioi Southern, seedlings, heretofore deecribe
in Southern .Culticutor-25 censts each ; $20 pt
PEA R8.-Dwrfs and Standard~s, manny choic
varieties,-.50 cents each ; $40 per hundred. Extt
large trees, SL -
PEKA CIES.-A succession from June till Oct<
ber, includling mnany native seedlings, 25 cents each
$:10 per hundred.
APRICOTS, NECTA RINES, PLUMrS an
CHERRIES, oh the best varieties, 50 cents eafST
$-40 per huntred.
FIGS-Several choice varieties, including t11
Celestial, Alicat, Black Uehon, &6., &c., 5
GRAPES-The genuine Caltaba, from Axt
Visneyards, ;lso, Weller's Scuppernong, &c. 5
ee'ntis each; S-10 ler hundered.
Q~L Ntti'-Thte Orange variety, wvell roote
and st".og Platets, at "5uets
s. STA~ I ERIEri-.\re .than thirty choi<
vieetis, ianling all the nciost dlesirable. The:
Strawbercry .Platnts have ben awarded thle fir
Premuini 'a t clie tw.. IdS Fairs it' the ".Souther
Central Ag'ricultural Socety." Prices, 50' een
per dozen, or from~ SL td3 per huzndred.
'PT,A CK RbPEI' S:-Thle geuneY new Rloehel
or "Sveeor's 1mannoh" Berries of extra si:
and t tinefaver. WelI rooted plats 50 cents eaol
PUME';R\ NATS-Thdi $ub-acid~, (or Swe
variety, at '25 and 51l)etnis em-eh. necordling to siz
0:< t E l\AN( GIE P1 AN'1', fir H edging
.Iarge.qoantity of vigorousPlants, of 1 and-2 yeal
growth, a $5 tu .S p ig-ttwnsand. , .
081 ElI, O1 BASKlsT WILL.OW-Cuttintgu
thu fanejous Jl.reridgii, at.$ 10 per thousand, or $
tier ingl1e hundc~red. Also, the Vjriisdi, at'$
leer thsousancd, ort . 1 per hundred. Thtese Osie,
are altso very v~caluale for. hooeppules, wvhen two yeal
osld frinc thce etd
lET. Orders will also be received for ctapioe 1/C
Sim. ORINAlIENTEL SillIUlIS acnd TREEl
EVERGREENS, VINES ant GR1 EEN-llOUS
P'l.A NTS, &c.
37 The varirits R'nilrands diverging in alcmo
every directiotn frocm Acngusta, ttrrd ample facilitie
for shipintg I)tol nypat of the South. Trees g
be erully pn~eked and forwarded by Expred
otherwse, with safety :cn-l itespatch.
117 Frmcc cmidd'le of Octoberr until irtst of Feine
ryis the~ proper timce fur transplantrin..--thce earli:
in wintetr thce bee'r. Puirensets wilt be futrnisl
Lii with scteh (prinited d llrections for th pslantit
ande mcan:~:elent of reen, &c, as will (if stricti
itowed) itcsture sncess.
A dlIress; 1. IImIMONI), A uguscta, Ga.
Ve 31i 'l I Sic .12
FURNITURE AN-D ChAIR
W E would call the attention of the publio to
our NE V anA WELL SELEC'ID.Stockpf
At the old stand,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, BROAD STREET,
Where wye ase prepared to supply all orders in our
line, at Reduced Prices, and
UiVAURPASED QeUALOTY I
We would invite purehasers to call before bu) ing
elseiwhere, for we WARRANT a
Large Deduction from Old Pric..
- HENRY & SKIMNER.
AvousrA, Sept. 7,1855.
- .S.e-Having ihade arrangements for otr Fall
Snpplies- with the- " Eseelsior Manfactory" of
New-York. it enables as to sell at -unprecedented
low rates. 'A.'& S.
A ugnsta, Sept 7 Gm 35
Look at This!
' HE Subserfberstill saries on the Carriage be
sines. at the old stand of A. Beonwei., and
a would sa to the peoplie .of the Dstrict that they
may at all times fad a god assortment of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES
(in band,.of-his own manufacture, that will be sold
to good punctual customers on as reasonable terms
as they can be bought in any Southern market.
t uft4a e sergoees.df-Mr. A. Busie rLL,
f- r h'pe#enf year,-and frim his long experience
- in the Carriage besines; '[ think that purchasers
. may expect satisfaction in their work.
N. 1.-1 am also prepared at all times to furnish
COFFINS and IIEARSE for any portion of the
District at the shortest notice.
, Edgelield C. Ii.,'May 16, tf 18
FOR THE LADIES!
WE have on band a great variety of Colognes,
Handkerehief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
an assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
Pomades, Pure Bear. Oil, Hair Tonies, Restora
tives and Hair Dye;
Pi eston Salts and Aromatio Vinegar;
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Hair Do
i pilatory, &o., to all of which the attention of the
Ladles is respectfelly invited. For ale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGIUE, Druggist.
May 23 tIf 19
Hardware and Cutlery.
>f TO ALL our old friends, we would say, we are
. *hakful for past favors, and to all others who
, may wish Goods in our line;-eall and see *s also,
or sentd your orders. We will inake every eftort
(drid It is notorious of the Goods we keep) to give
: general satisfaction." Our prices SHALL be
i accordance with the times; always atssurine our
customers to sell them at the LO WEST MAR
EK T PRICES.
We have now in Store a fine Stock and are re
ceiving weekly. Amongst which may be found,
50 Tons Band and Hoop IRON,
250 " Sweed , ". assorted,
150 English " s
2U0 Smith BELLOWS, all qualities,
500 Kegs " Peru" NAILS,
51 Tons CASTINGS,
100 Dozen D, or LOCKS,
1()0 " Pad "
500 " 'lil, Chet..Draw and Trunk Lock.,
100 " A XES, Collins, Levette's and other
10 " Superior BROAD A XES,
-500. " .110 l'S, all qualities.
To enumerate is too tedious. We hatvo the Goods
and want to sell them.
We keep all things becessary for Mills of every
style, Corn Shellerst, Straw Cutter", Vices,
A nvil., Smith Tongs, Cirenlar, Ilaud,
and all other kind of Laws, Serew
and Bales, Knives and Forks,
Pocket Knives, Scissors,
Bolts, Spir it Levels,
Gages, Candtesticks, P!anes,
lHorse Shoes and Nails, IBrushes,
Coffee Miills, Ua~lter, Trace.Stretch~,
Tng, llreast, Continued anud Fifth Chains,
Rnpe, Files of all kinds, a beautiful Lot of
G nos, of all gn~alities, Pistols. Percussion Caps,
Curry Combes, Game and Shot Bags, Powder
,Flasks, Dram Flasks. Sand and Waffle Irons, Bract s
anid Titts, A ugers, Chisels, Hammer., Drawing
Knives, Mortars. Kettles, Stew Pans, &-c., &e.
RlOBINSON & JACKSON.
Haumburg, Dec 4 f____ 47.
tALL Persons having demands against thes Estate
IIL.of B. I. A ddison, dec'd., are reguested to
present thenm properly sttested to the undersigned,
yto whom also those indebted to the Estate are re
quired to make prompt payment.
e G. L. PENN,
Admn'or with the Will annexed.
May.9 . tf 17
To the Ladies.
j'iRO. E. T.' H AMNHt.TON, takes
this method of informing the Ladies of
Edgefilk Village and vicinity, that she has comt.
Millinery and Dress-Making Business,
at the Store formerly occupied by Mrs. Banows.
No 6tf 44
,Negro Cloths and Blankets,
JUST received'.by the Sakseriber, a supply of
the. Augusta Manufacturing Company and
Schley's $UPERIOR NEGRO CLOTHS of 'dia'e
rent styles, warranted all wool filling, which will be
-sold at rery low prices.
A large assortment of White and Gray BL AN
. K Irir, to all of which he respeotfully invites the
r attention of Planters. WM. SH EA R.
e. A ugusta, Oct 2 -tf 88
'Eriiad and DeLaines,
d AT VERY LOWV PRICES!
r 73gIl E Subscriber will sell his present lnrge Stoele
l of -French and English MERIINOS and all
e DaLiNES, at Sery Lowe Price.. The ,ssortument
a embraces a great variety of styles, for Ladies and
Children's liresses. Also, superior Welch, Gauxe
' and Silk WVarp.Flannels. WLIMSER
Augusta, July 30, tf 29
Come at Last!i
e H. SULLiVAd,. has .just received a
oe large and very hiandsome assortment of fine
CLOAKS and TALMAS, at unusuallylowprices..
.Oct24 '~- tf 41
I -STATE OF SOUTH' CAROLINA.
4d . EDGEFIE LD .DISTRICT.
e ataAnn Magruda,
e us. Bill for Relief
a Elenor Thyrmorzd and others. , .
.T appearinag to 'the C9mnmissioner that Ggorge
Is Thuaramond, one of the D~efendants in this ease
'reside beyond the limits of this State On motiont of
le Mr. Landrum, Solicitor, it is OrdereA thit the said
-'- George Thurmond, do plead, answer or demur to
L: ihe allegations of this Bill, within three months from
'the date- of this publication, or judgmnent pro coa
.fesao wilh be entered against hiim.
27, 855. A. SIMKINS, c. a.s. n.
Oct 2,15.3m 42
*STATE OF SOUTH CAUOL[NA,
2 EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
Joseph Parkmnan, A pplicat, '
John Parknman and~ 6tliera, Def'ts.S
TT appearing to my satisfacetion that Harriet Davis,
IMelia Patrk'nan and Marion Parkmian,. reside
without the limits of the State, It" is therefore or
dered, That they appear and object to the division
or stale of the real estate of Mark Parkme'n, dee'd.,
on or befoare the 10th day of Janunry next, 1856, or
1 their consent to the same will be entered of record.
rGiveni under my hand, at my gffice, this 10th day
of Oct. IF.55. H. T. WRIGHT, o. a. n.
- Ordinary's Offic, Oct 10 - Sim 89
TWO Grade DeVon B~ull Calves. Also,
Enquire at this 01icc. i .
a.g -m t f 32
.t, his Old Stand, 4he BrickStetW
- AS J1tistreceived. his PALL ANDVW
- 'ER GQODS,.0to 4eltbe.isvies h '
tomers and the public to ell and examine for them
sele,ae )e-.bs a
-ZARdE AND COON
assottment of all kinds of
Goods for Ladies'. Dresses,
Amongst which may be found
Rich. Plain, Blaele, Figured, Watered sAd Btripe
Plain and-Fgured Mustin DELAINESB
French And Enriish MERINOS;
Blaek-BOMBAZINE, ALPACCA and CAIV'
TON CLOThS. A very line assortment of
Ladles' loakso Talmas Kaitdfas
30 a largs e-ana M *0t4Z
A fall stipplyor , iW
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY INUNS, SATI,
NETS and CASSIMEARES,
' er 1en )d o3i e
- A splendid and well seleteaussiotto
Kerseyo, Blankets & 1egre Shoes
HARDWARE AND CRPCKERY,.
SHOES, HATS',CAPS,' -d:
With every article generally kept in a Dry Goes'
Store. Thankful for pist favors, I'hope hyAfriet !
tention in husins to merit a continuance oftensmaM.
57 A liberal discount always made foi Cash.
Ot2 ~ if 3
FURNITURE A ND. CARPE
C. A. PLATT & CO.,.
BROAD ST., AUGUSTA,GA.
TAVNG enlarged obr Esablimet an
I extent not equalled i tbe Sosthern 00" ,
we are now prepared to furnish articles of ow
and Northern manufacture at prices that " P.
to give satisfaction. Our Ware-Room@ are alwaqw
filled with the -
CzA-ate6nt WamaIt ' 1
OF THE LATEST AND MOST-FAwHSABLE
F U R N IT U1 RI
Connected wih our Ware-Rooms, we- bae *
ili-ge establishment, the machimery in whimhbiu d0ies
by steam power, where we can at the shortestane
tiee, nanufoture any article not' uay .kpt, as
In our Furniture Department, which enbrace.
three Stories, can be found
Every Article of the latest Desi,
and we.particularly request ,all persons-t
firelpurchasiig elsewhere, as wre gaurbda
plicate any article at Charleston prices.
We also have on hand a splendid'Stdk o
Taptestry, Brussels. Ingrain, Wifton, Tree-EL
Dutch Uemp and Cotton
CRUMB CLOTHS and ft1GGiT '.
(all sizes and widths.),
Damask, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Gimps, Cors,
Tassels, Cornices, Bands and Pins of the
Rugs, Door Mats and Stair Rods,
(of all 'qualities.)
FLOOR-AND TABLE OIL'CLOTHS$
Of all widlth#, and of high re'putation s't. 'ye
and quaulity, aud cut to fit any size room or entry isp
g' The attention of buyers is. respefally s
quested to the above, whieh comprise the best aa
largest assortment ever offered in this city.,
C. A. PLATr,
J. B. PLATT',
Augusta, October 1, 1855.
Un d ertiaking.
H] AVING added to our extensive Cabinh.
itablishmnent a Coffilu Wareroim we
are now prepared to ful-nish FISK'S eelelinated
METALICIBURIAL CASES and CQFFINS
of every sir.e and- style of finish at the shortest
Orders at night or on Sunday, will receive prompt
attenti~m if left at Mr. J.. B. PL.ATI'S residence
on Ellis Street, in rear of the store.
C. A. PLATT & CO.
A asta. Oct 1 ~4m 38
. 1l0LIA M SH1 ExAR, Auguasta, .Ga., has just
VTreceived from-New YOrkaupply of NEW
EMBR OIDERIES, among which are- - 1
Ladies' Muslin COLLARS, of beautiflatyles*
Ladies' bluslin UNDERSLEE EVES, Werh.
Jaconet B ANDS ;
French Scolloped COLLARS, a new and beau
tiful article for mourning ; . ,.. . - .
White Cr-ape COLLARS, formourning,peinsw
and beautiful styles ;... ,.
To all of which the attention of the Ladies is
A ngustam, Oct 2 if 39
Notice. - . I
A LL pesons to whom the estate of John EM. ~
ria, deceased, is indebted, wHi presenrfttir
elaims ; and all persons indebled-to the said lltatd
will make payments to the undersigned. . . -,
W. L. ANDERSON, Administrator.
Nov.21, 1855 .. if . 45
Removal No. 2.
S .BOWERS, Agent, begs lesvae
inform his friends and the public generally
that he has again moved his-.
Large Stock of Grocerie.4
And- will occupy for the ensuing year the "Store
formally teneted by M. A. RAnsonS, next d'oos'ts
J. Srst.zv & Soxt, where he will keep eonsta'tly $u
hand, every article that appertaina--to the lensity
Hambnlurg, Oct 9, if - 3
, I.L persons indebted to the Estate of Benjami'n
iGuallman ,-de'd., are-requested sto make pay
mxnt. Those having demands against the: Esteq
will render them in properly attested. .
A. BUSHNELL, -
. S. S. BOYCE, . E erpe
Nov M. A. RANSOM. )
ALL persons to whom the Estate of Jam eq
A Weatheraby, deceased, is indebted will pee
sent their claims, and all persons indebted 'to the.
said Estate, will make payments to the underteigned.
W. L. ANDERSON, AdmInstlnt .
Nov.21, 1855. i - 45
-8UM-MUER & CR AEMOND,
HJ AVE for sale a large and fine collection of the
best varieties of
Consisting of PE'AUIIES. PLUMS. APICOTS,
NECTA RINES. FIGS, GR APE VINES, PEA RS
both standard and..d warf, APPLES, standard and
d warf, C HE RR IES, standard and dwarf, ROSES,
FLOWERING SHRUBS and EVERGREENS.
of choice kinds.
Their Fruit Department embrace nfl the beat.
native varieties, early and -late,, as lecll~js all the
Chtoice Foreign kids, and the tre~bdure of fins
habits atnd growth. - * 1
ltl7 Priced Catalogues sent toal applicants.
Address. SUMMER d& CRAMMOND,
Oct 31 -3m, 49 -. Pomarla, S. ('.
Great Bargains in Silks,
JA M now opening a large .iob Lot of new aan,
-exellntstyesof SI LKS to be sold for 754
per yard. Also, a lot for 626 eta. -- -
I still continue to receive, setmi-weekly,' adartiha
to my Stock, and shall not cease to hold out great'
inducements for customers to buy at the "Caas
Ihouse." Always on hanud a good variety of Dome.
tics at such prices as cannot fail to meet the id1eia
Successor to J. K. Banoreft
Next door below " Bank of Augusta"
Dec 2 I
A L AfRGE variety-for sale by .rgisa
A.G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Dugss
May 23 tf . 19