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NEW DRY COODS
Under Augusta Notel, Augusta, Ga.
J. KAUFFE R,
1 EGS to acquaint the inhabitaits of Edaetield
and vicinity that I e has conmnenced busi
nems with an entirely NEW 6TO( K of
PLAIN & FAMICY DRY GOODS,
To which be would partieunarly call their atten
tiou.. The following list will show the L 0 W
PRICE at which I am selling Goods.
DEB BIG ES, at Gj cts , w rth 1j cts;
Prin ed DELAIN, S, at 1.'1 .-ts , werth 18) et1 ;
English glE RIN0, double width, at 15c. pryd;
All wool PL \ID 4. double widths, at 31 cLs.;
&4 % O0L 811 \ at, 1,00 ;
Ch-cked and - tri;.ed M I SLIN=, at 121 ets.;
White BK LLI \NTr.S. at 121 ts ;
Linen Canubric lldkfs. at 75 ets. poer dozen;
CALICOES fron 61 ets. upwards;
iuperior stlIIlTIN0h, at G et;si
GI \GIIAX4, fa.,t cotos., 121 ets.;
blarlboru PLAID-> and STRIPE', at 11 cts. by
' the piece ;
Korsoys and Duomiestic Oonis at Factory prices;
White and t'or.' Cotts IIt '.-E,at 81 adozon ;
Kentucky J \ 'N -, -Al colors, at .0 tsP;
Xegro DLANKETS, full size..t. 75ets Pr PAIR
--'---lv .-t.ck of
Is the LARGEST and CUlE.\Pi-ST over shown
in Augusta, consisting of
Swis and Jaconet, SI. 1EXVE, at 25 ets prpair;
4 " 8 T.-:, fronm 75 ets.;
9 9. COLLARS, fr-mt 2 Ucts;
Also, a .-rge var'ey ot Bands, Jacun, t and .swi.e
Edgiugs and Insertions.
Also, every nov. It3 in
Ricli Silk Dress Goods,
MJ ~E TLLS,
. LOAKS, SHAWLS, tc.
I have every Iaellity ot solilnu (loods at Be
markably Low Pricees, as I have a
Brother wl tesides at No. 444, Ti'raI Avetate,
New York. lle is constantly in the mijarke: and
purchaser )o..ds for %asha, co-*equently I am ena
bled toell ( heap.
1. 3.--Terasse Cas, snd no Si
cond Pri4!c! All Goods marked in
Augusta, Oct 25 1m 42
FALL AND WINTER
Under the Augusta Hotel.
CLAYTON & KENNADY
AtE NOW RECElVlNG
The Largest and most Complete
THEY HIAVE EVEROFFI.RED FOR SA.E IN
Tills NiA RKET. AN HK lAPECTFI'L.LY
INVUTE TiIR uI.D CUSTOIMKUS
AND) TIlE PUBLIC GENERAL
LY, TO CA 1.1. A ND EXAM
Fashionable and Weli-Eade
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
lhey keep a full supply of
ZIERINO UNDE RSilIRTS, JR A WERS, CRA
VA TS, 8U8PENDERS, GLOVES,
. IIAIDKERCHIEFVS, &c.
-H ATS A N DCA PS,
OF THlE LATEST STYLES.
CLAYTON & JRENNADY.
A ugusta. Sept. 2 it'58 2m _ 38
WK. K TUTT,
WHOLESALE A N D RETAIL
Freneh, English an d Anmerican
D RU GS,
* AUGUSTA, GA.
3.000 Lb.. for sale very low, by
W. H. TUTT, Druggist,
180, Broad Street, Augusta.
LiNSEED OIL, WH ITE L EAD, &c
500 Gallons Eniglish Linseed Oil;
10,000 Lbs. Pure White Lead ;
Colours of all kinds. For sale at very low
figures, by WV. II. TUTT, I rugaist.
No. 108, Broad street, A uguLsta.
SPERM, WHALE AND LARD OIL.
A large Stock always on handl and for sale low,
by W-. Ii- TUJTT, l~ruggi.,,
No 108, Broad Street, A ugusta.
The best article known for makina soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For tale by
W. HI. TIITT, Druzgist,
No 108, Broad street.
A ugusta, Novi f 4
ST'ATE OF SOUTil CA ROLINA,
B Y W. F. DURISUE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, Ch'enley Snelgrove an.t A F. Langford,
bath applied to m-- lor Letters of Administration, can
all anda sinentlar mlh., gooads and chamtle-s, rights and
credits of Car'ry G. Sneigrove, lame of the Diatr ct
Taes are, therfore, to c-ite and admonisha all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said dfecemas.
ed,. to he and appear before me,at our neztOrdlinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgeilb-d
C. H., on the 20th day of Noavenmber Inst., to shvw
eause,if any, why the said administration shjeuld ne .
Given undei my hand and seal, this 3rd day a f
Nov , in the jear of our Lorni one. thousnrd eij h t
hundred andl fifly-eighmt, and in the S3d year ol An,.r
canm Independence. W..DU SO,0 .I
Nov .102c 44
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By W. p. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
BWherlds JohnlL D.Johnson, hath applied to mec for
Letiers of Administration, die b1nie non, onamiad
singular the goods and chiattles, rights amnd credits of
Samisnel Heard, late of thme District aforesaid, dlec'd.
Theae are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ad, toa he amnd appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgelield
Court House, on the 20th day of November inst?., to
show eause, tf any, why the said admiistration shiould
not he granted.c
Given under my hand and seal, this 4th day of
November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifmy-eight and in the eighty-third year
of Amnerican Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, o.a o.
Nov. 10, 1858 2t 44
TOTCE--Ali persons indebted to the EstateI
ofts .1. 8. Ta~bert, dec.easedl, are requested to
uiake piynt aet an early date, and thus having
denmands against s.- d listate, wili render them in
prop. rly attested f.,r payiment.
15. M. TA LBERT, Adm'or.
es s,1858 12w 38
egageNS--.Just, received fAve Beres Coc
I :B LMONS. B. T. DAVIS, Apt
W. W. SALE.
WbM. QUATTL EBUM,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEV.ENS,
For Tax. COllector.
M. W. LYLES,
C. A. HORN,
T. J. WHITAKER;
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOl C. LOVELESS,
W. F. DURISOE,
J. P. ABNEY.
D. L. TURNER.
- VY. C. B UT LEB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDoBFISLD C. I., S. C.
May 15 *f
F HE UndersiLned having formed a partnership
in the PRAC I lE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefleld District, will give prompt and dli
ent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. Owpxs is at Barnwell C.
[-that of Mr. 5 EIDELS at ldg' field, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 *t- 20
.A L A.'E .
B. GRIFFIN. Attorney .t LAW and
So Solicitor in EQUITY, will attend punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
le may be found at all times either in the Office
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
Office immediately hi rear of the Court House.
EDUEFIELD C. I., May 19, I-58. tf 47
E. 1. YOUNGBLOOD,
A.ttora.oy at X.savv, -
. ILL attend promptly to all business ;?laced
in his hands.
gWOffice at Edgefluld C. H., S. C.
May 19 t 19
W ILL attend promptly to all business of the
W profession entru- ted to his care.
OFFicE, Edgefield C. II., S. C.
April 6 185 tf 13
'IIE subteriber having furnished hinself wid
I a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL T3TH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need suoh, with
n assUranc of a more perfect adaptation, and a
loser resemblance to the natural organs, than can
e realized by any other method. Its perfect pua
rity, ceanliness, freedom fromn all taste, or galvamie
ensation, durability, comfort and security, are
sucng the advantageselaimied fur this SUPERIOR
mede of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24. - tf 24_
T HOs. .V. A C. H. M OIS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. 7, Hayne Street,
CHRL.ESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ___ ly 3
A. J. PELLETIERL & Co.,
2Eaxa~zrg, B. O.,
Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
hlamburg, Oct 6, 3m 39
THE Ps oprietor of this well known and popu
har HOTEL takes peculiar p'esaure in an
ouncing to his friends and the travelling public
enerall-, that this Ihouse is open for the reception
fcompany, and that his whole caergies will t~e
put into reqtuisition to gratify the wants of each
nd all who may favor him with their patronage.
The Huiuse has just beena thorongbly repaired,
vit the Rooms and Furniture put in excellent con
itioui for the Scring and Nummer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
ma be had, and presided over by one skilled in
he culinary departmnit-anid iD short, everything
quisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
e supplied in abundance. The servants. of the
\ 'ROLINA liOTEL arc noted for their polite and
ttentive character, and are ever in attendance to
ey the wishes of may Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
re commodious and complote, and Horses left in
y care will receive kind anmd careful treatment.
'hankful for past encoure-Inent and patron.
ge, I respaectfually solicit a continuance of the. same.
J011N A. MAYS.
g- Theo travelling co-nmuunity are noitified that
hey and their bangange will be. coanveyed, at a mo
~ent's warning, without charge, to the I arolina or
eorgia DeottJ. A. M.
SHamburg, May 3 1868 t 10
B. & N, E, SOLOMON
Ilamburg, S. C.
AKE p~lenasure in infring cte planters anid
1 ubliec em raly, cl.zat they are reec iving th.
lowing artietea from, New Yorki Phiiladlelhia and
:tiuore, which they will SELL AT LOW
B \G('lNG., BA LE ROPE,
.lava, L::gnyra arnd R;o COFFEES,
A.II C. New Orleans and Crushed SUG ARS,
New Orleans anid West India MiOL ASSES,
C1EES E, MACK ER EL,
SPICES of a'] kinds,
For.isen and Domestic WINES and I IQUORS,
OOTS. SHlOES and IIATS.
Negro, Red and Saddle BLANKETS,
OSNAIIBURGS and Georgia PL AINS,
Lineed and Tanners OILS,
WHITKa LEAD and TURPENTINE,
TO ACCO, a large assortment,
INDIGO. M AIIDER, &o.,
Coie Tenutese BACON,
Bar, Hoop, Nail Rod, llorse Shoe and Band
IRON, of all sizes.
And all other articles usual:y kept in the GRO
A large assortment, of Men's, Doy's, Bide aad
Wagg..n SA DDLES,
BRIDL ES and BITTS of all kindi.,
Waggon, Carriacge, Buggy anid Overseer's Whips,
Harness acid Solo LE AT TiER, &c., &e.,
All of which we will sell at
New York Retail Prices.
We will pay the moist liberal prices for Cotton and
the kind's of produce.
H. A N. E. SOLOMON,
The Red House at the old stand of H1. L. Cnn
tingham & Co.
lamburg, Sept. 29, 1858 tf 38
Having just returned fronm the Northern Mar
ets, I can supply my customers with good. Fauscn
rem the manufacturers, and will be able to please
e most fastidious. Thankful for the patronage I
wocived while in the firm of HI. L. Cunniaghan &
o., I take this opportunity of soliciting the same
arthe Netw Firm. IERYSL ON
gg Abbeville Banner, Independent Press, and
ArensUvile Herald, will copy semi-monthly, for
Stateer South Carolina.
Mary Turner aid others,
Thoo., Atkins and wife and others.
- Y Virtue of an order from Chan. Wardlaw, I
will poroceed to sell on the 18tlh day of No
vember next", at the late residence of Henry C.
Turner, dee'd , the TR 1CT OF L % ND on which
the deceased live-l at the time of his 'eath, on
-ecky Cre k, containing Four hundred and thir
ty-six acres, wore or less, bounded by lands of the
Estate of Mark Mathews, deceased, B. $. Cog
burn, Thos. Atkins, Win. A. Tuarner and others.
Terms, a credie..Qr twelve n .nths from the day
of sale, except costs which must be paid in cash.
Purchasers will be required to give bond, with at
lea.L two good suretivs to recure the purchase
grPossession will be given 1st Jan 1859.
W This plantation is situated cilat iilesfrom
Edgefield C. II., on the Chtppel Road.
A. S[D1K1N:, c.E ED.
Oct 27 4t 42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
r. Bil for Par.
Moss, Waltonand wife, et.al. I
B Y virtue of an order in this cast, I will pro
ceed to sell upon the premises on Thursday,
the 2d of Decensber next. the foll..wing Real Vfs
tato, belonging to the Estate or James Co:eman,
dee'd, to wit:
UNE TRALT OF LAND', inEtlgefield Di-t.iet,
containing Ilev. n hundred neres, mtore or less
% hich wil be dvided before the day of sale ito
two separate Trnes. annd plats theret.f exhibited-.
bounded bv Innits of lcnn. t Perry. Sanp-on Cop.
pack. Robert Snith, Lewis Sample, Jaines Pe rry
'Ihis lani is in nanny rerptets de,.irable: it is
heahful and p-r.ductive; it is one I-f the Lect wa
ter, d places in al t hat vicinity ; and it is nuw, as to
fences. &c , und<-r ti at rate repair.
The improv, miente on the - lace are aliau unusuall-,
gootl. th,-on ltuialioag- e peeinlly. The Gin I lfense
is sa d to be a-i co..d a ne its is in the district.
There is also a rne torehard on tie premi.;
The neiuhbs i..rII-. is a capital one, and the dis.
tance from Newbear v.llage is ten or el-ven uiles
There is a pt intity of p imo Cotton Lanl yet to
be el arei on the place. The arable lan.d is much
of it admirable napt.-d for grain eu ture.
Pvr,ons wii.hing.a line location would do well to
atte nd this mame. A blargain might he got.
TERats-A credit of twe've months from the day
of sale, with b,<nd and at leust two good sureties.
Costs of suit to be paid in caph.
0- Newherry Conserratist and Lexington Flag
cory three tines anal setndt ate. unts-to the Commims
sioner pre vious to day or sle.
A. SIMhKINS, c.E.r D.
Oct. 7,te 42
State of South Carolina,
John R. A buey and wife, Eustacia,
rs. Biifor par.
Amelia J. Coleman and others
BY an crdter fr in Chan. Wardlaw, in this case.
1 will sell at RdgA'eltd C. I I.. on the first Mn.
da.y in December next. the folltwiig P.C.d K1 Ito,
he!onging to the E-tate of John A. Coleman, dee'd.
tip wit -
(NN 9 TR.\CT OF L ANI, stu.at-d in Edgvfield
Dlistr'o, ctont:ining Three hundred and :-eventy
*ight (33) ner,-s, more or leis, bounded by lands
tif Daidi C..-.man, Wilson Abney, Lewissamnple,
M. W. Clarv and others.
ONE OTIIKli TRtACT, containing Nine (9)
acres, more or l-sP, bounded l.y lbtds of Haily
Merchant. II. J. I.. hPerry, amid by other lands ot
the said John A. Coleman,. der-ensedt.
ONE OTilER TR ACT, contonining Fifty (50)
acres. more or less, bounded by lan~ds ofr John Cole
man, M. W. Clary, George Loang atnd B. J. L. Per.
Taas-A credit of twelve month., with bond
and at least two good suretles, except cust which
will be required in casht..
A. SIMKINt, e a s.D.
Oct. 27, 5te 42
B y Virtue of sundry Writs of Pieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at ~dgae
field Court f louse, on the first Monday and Tues
day lin Dreember next, the following property, In
the following cases, viz:
A bner Bushnell, for Samuel Dro..ks, vs John
Leigh ; Other l'laitntifi's severally, vs The Same,
A llouse and Lot or p.arcel of tand1 in the Village
of Edgefield, containing three neres. moore or less,
bounded on the North by I). R. D~uriuae, East by
the Stage Road, South by the Carm iage llouse L-,t
Samuel Williams vs William Qutarles, A Tract
of Land containing Eighty-two acres. tmore or loses,
adjoiuin.. landls of Mrs. 8tmaih and Mrs. Johnmson.
Nov 10JA. EIDSON, 8.E D.
State or South Carolina,
-IN ORtDIK.A t Y.
Abigal Stalnaker, Applicant,
Susan Stalnaker and}
T. L. Martain, Guar., ad litem, Def'ts.
BY an order front the Ordinary of Edgefield
LDDistrict, I >hiall proceed to sell at Edgefleld
C. II., on the first Mlondcay in i )eemrber next, for
partition, the Real Estate of Samueh Stalnaker,
de'd , a Tract or Parcel of Lanai lying and being
In the District amnd State aforesaitd, conttaittni one
hundred and forty-thiree (143) acres, more or less,
and bounded by lands of S. P. Strom,.Tandy
Btuckhalter and T. Feigler.
Terms-On a credit of twelve months fronm the
day of sale. Purchtaser to give Bond with good
personmal icceurity andi a Mlortirage to the Ordiniary
to secure thme purchase monmey. Costs to be piaid
int cash, anad to pay for Titles extra.
J AS EIDSON, S.:E. D.
Nov. 3 5St 43
State of South Carolina,
I5 ORDINAIR Y.
Richard Berry, A ppl'cant,
Edney Mosety, John Dethtu'thter and
wvif.s ,Julini, and others, Del'ts.J
BY an order from lt Ordinary of lIagelia Id
D...Iistriet, I ,ehall pr.ceedi to se.l mt Eadgefield
C.urt iloustt, on thte first hlotnelay itt lkeeember
next, for Partition, the lie.tI Estate of .Iane He rry,
deceased, a tract or hparce~l of lan.l, lyingr and being
in the l 'istr et andh Stiate a-bresaid, conttaining~ onme
hundred and fifty (1U0) acres, more or less, and
bounded by land. of IRansonm Temmmerman, Jesse
Timmerman anid .thers.
Tanns-On a credit of tweive months. Purcha
sers ta give baind wiht good. persainal securities, and
a Mortgage to the Ordiniary to a.ecure the purchase
money. Goat to be paid cash, and to pay foir titles
extra. JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
Nov. 2, 1658 5t 43
5tate or South Carolina,
iN O RDINA RY.
William M. Hamilton, Applicantt.)
Rhoda lamnilton and othters, Def'ta. i
B Y an order front the Ordinary of Edgefid
District, I she I proceed to sell at the late resi
dene of .Iohn Hasmilton:, dee.aused, on the third
Fridamy in November (19th) next, for Patrtition, the
Real Etate of .John llamiltot deceaued, a Traot or
parcel sof land, lying andl being in this District mind
Ste aforeaaid, on the waters air Mosuntain Creek,
waters of Savannaha River, containing one htundred
ad fotty (140) a,-res, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Martin Onats, William IDurst, taront Oust.
Traxs-Ont a credit until the~ first sof October
next, (1859 ) Purchasers to give Bond with good
personal scourities, aind a Mortgage to the Ordinary
to secure the purchase money. Cost to be paid in
ash, and to pay for tit'es extra.
JAME4 EIDSON,s a D .
Oct. 28, 185 8 31 43
A N Accommodation H ACK will be run by the
1Subscriber from Edgefleld C. HI. to Augusta,
from this date. Persons wishing to obtain seats
will apply at the " Saluda Housae."
Ocuxtobe9 18r8, f 41
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR.
PREPAlmD BY DR. SANFORD.
I; a great scientife medical discovery, and to daily working.
u o too great to believe. It cures as if by mag.
e, even the first dose giving benefit, and seldom more than
one bottle isrequired to cure any kind mar Liver Comnilain',
frnm the worst Jaundice or D) spemiia I a cotmmmmonl head
ache, all of which are the result of a diseased Liver.
The Liver is one of the principal reguilators of tihe
human body, and when it i ,eriform's its functions well
the powers of the system #a e fully developped. The
stomach is almost entirely t,, dependenta on the healthy
action of the Liver for the proper performance of its
functions. When the slom ach is at fault, the bowels
are at fault, atid the whole sysitem e u lie r a in conse
quence of one organ-the 44!: Liver- having ceased to
do its duty. Forthe disesas as of that organ, one of the
promprietird .ias made it iss study, In a practice of
more than twenty years, to find somie remsedy where
w i t h to counteract the many derangements t o
which it is liable.
To prove that th!s re medy is at last found, any
person troubled with Ltv e r Conmllulut lit any
of its forms, haa but to try a }mni bottle, and conviction is
A compound has been formsed btymdissolving guma
and extracting that part - which is soluble fmr the ac
tive virtues of the medi cine. These gums remove
all morbid or bad matter F- fromni the systet, supply
Ing in their place a healthy flow tor bile, invigorating
the stomach, causing food to digest well, purifying
the blood, giving tone and health to the a hole maci
nery, removing the causes of the disease, and effect
tng a radical cure without a n y of the disagreeable
ater effects, felt by using Calomel or Mineral P-.
son that is usually resor ted to.
One dose after eating is " suflielent to relieve th e
stomach, and prevent the food from rising and sour
Only ono dose taken be'ore retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at night loosens the bowels
gently, and cures costive ness.
One t-so taken after each ' meal will cure Dyspepsia.
5WOne dome of two ten spoonsafl will always re
lieve Sick Iheadache.
Otte bittle taken for re male obstruction. reimoves
the cause of the diseaiw, ;9 ani makes a perfect cure.
Only mne dose itmnedli ately relieves Choille, % hile
One lose, onen repeated, hwo 1-ia sure cure fr Chol
era Morbus, ani a lire r-,' ventmtive aif Ctolerat.
One dose, taken often, will prev lt the recurrence
<or 1lliotus Attaeks, while it relieves nll painful feel
V" Only- one b-nitle is nevded to throw out of the
syslemt time efieels of r.esli ein. ter a long sickness.
One bottle takensa for .inundlic., removes ill
yellowntesI or unutural coloer from the skin.
One Iloie taken a skirt tine before eating gives vigor to
the aplielite, and snakes faod (iIgest well.
One dose. mften repeated, cures Chronic Diarrhimaa isn its
worst forms. while summer and bowel complaits yielil al
minst t tie first dine.
One or two labsex cures aacks caused Iy worinms, while for
wormne In children. there i no surer, safer or speedier ren:
etv in the wmorld. as it nilrer falls.
there Is no exaggeration in these statefients: they are
plain. sober Factm, tEat we can give evlenee to prove, wlle
all who use it are giving their unanktnous testimony in its
We take influite pleasure in renmmending this medicine
as apreventive for Fever and Ague, ChlliFever. and all
Fever.< o A lilhalmus type. It opi.ertes with certainty. and
thousantimire willing to testif0 to its wondertbl virtuAs.
Aimong tho hundreds of Liver Itonmii-s now offered to
.the public. there are none we cas so highly recommend as
DRt. SANFOl'IS INVIGOtATOlt, s generally known
now througihiut tie ITulon. Tis preiaration is truly a
Liver Invignrator, prelucing'the most lapy results on all
whim utse it. Almost inmiunerable ertifimte have been giv
enm to ltm great virtue of thile inelicne by those of the high
ees standing in society. and we know it to be the liest prep
ration now belitore the pulell-.-THumlieun (bunnty Dnimoert.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR P'EfI BOTTLE.
SANFORDI & 0.,
Proprielorx,845 BrOaalwamy, New York.
M'For sile at Edgeleld C. If. by G. L. PENN, Agent.
June 16, IW58. ly 2'
FOR TIE RAPID CURE OF
.Colds, Coughs, and
Dataumni, MAKs, 20th Dec. 1855.
Da..L C. Arza: Idonothesitatetosay
the best renmedy I have ever found for
Coughs, lloarseness, Influensa. and the
concomitant symptounsof a Cold, lsyyour
Cusaar PaCrAL. Its onstant use in
my practie and my family for the last
leo years has shmown it to possess supe
rIor virtumw for the treatmnent of thmese
oumpaimts. ElDEN KNIOIIT, M. D.
.BI. )ORTLEY, Esq.,of Uraca,N.Y.,e-ites: "IhIave
used your Itral mayseif anmd in my Ismily aver since
you inventet it, and believe it the best medcinm for i
piurpose ever put out. Withm a baud cold I shmould sooner
pay twentyAee dholiars for a bottle than do without It, or
take aay other reamedy."
Cromp, WVhoopiag Cough, Inflaenza.
-SmatuOmtLD, 31iss., Feb. 7,1856.
Bsorna Aria: I wilt cheerfully certify your Ieteral
is the best reinedy we possess for the eurs of whoaping
coughs, eroup, and thme chest diseases of children. Weoof
your fraternity isa the South sppreciate your skill, and
commend your amedicine to our peole.
- IIRAMi CONKLIN, M.D.
AMIOS LEE, Esq., Ntswaur, Ia., writes,3dm Jan,1858:
" I had a tedious Inilnensa, which contlned sue Ina doore
iix weeks.; took inoy smedicines withoumt relief; finally
tried your Pelro ythe audvice of our clergyman. The
first mioee relieved th soreness nm amy throat andi hungs ;
iess thman one half the bottle inmade nme completely well.
Your medicInes are time cheapiemt as well as lime best we
can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies,
as time poor amn's friend."
Asthma or Phthisie, and Bronehitis.
rWss Maxcussasa, Pa., Feb. 4, l856.
Stat: Year Cterr-y 1coraL is performing nmrvellons
cores in this sectIon. It has relieved several from slarm
lug symptoms of consumption,. and Is now curing a man
who has labored under an affection of the lunge for the
last forty years. --IKENIIY L. PARKS, iMerchanit.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., A~azoxr, Mioxatos Co., IowA,
writes, Sept.6,1855:'" Duringmy practioceof many years
I have foummmd nothlug eqmual to ymmur 0merry lketend for
givIng ease and relIef to counumptive patients, or curinmg
such as are cutrable."
We might add volumes of evidmne, but thme most een
vincing proof of the virtues of this renmedy ls found ina its
effects upon triaL.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so omany ad smch dangerous cases as thmis. Some
no human aid can reach; but even to those theoa srry
1ttoraZ affords relief and comfort.
Astos. Ilouss, Naw Yoaa Crrr, 3March 5, 1858.
Docreaa Ars., Lowsm.t.: I feel it a duty and a pleasure
to Inform you what your C/herry 14cioral bas done fur mny
wife-. bse had been five monsmm laboring under the dan
gieromus symptoms of Conmsumption, front which no aidi we
conid procure, gave hmerimmuchm relief. She was steadily fail
ina. until Dr. atronmg, of is ctty, where we have om, fer
ad'vice, recosmmended a trial of your nmedlelne. We bless
hale kIndness, as we do your skiti; for she has recovered
froum that day. lime is net yst as strong as she used to
be, but is free fronm hier rough, and cells herself well.
Yours with gratitude and regird
OltLANDO SIIELBI or Surzzxnrvni.t.
Ounpistvsri, do net despair till you hmave tried Area's
Cuaaar Pacroaat.. It is madle bmy one of time beet medical
chemists in thmsworld.and its cares all around us bespeask
thme high merits of its virtues. -P'hddphia ILedger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
T lIE scienes of Chmemistry and Medicine hmave been
taxed thecir utmost to prfoduce this best, moat perfect
pmurgtative wlehl Ia kmown to man. Innumerable prooOl
sarie shown that these PnaLts have virtues wiih smrpass i
excellencre the ordinary medletmes, and thmat thmey wIn on
parecedentedly upon time esteenam of all mauen. They arosafo
andi ipeaaamt to take, but powerfual to eurie. Thmeir pane
tratinag proertesstimnulate time vital sctivitissof the bodmy,
re~amove time obstructione of Its organs. purify time blood,
amid expel disease. Theyp;ure out the fouml hummors whmieh
bareem and grow dislemper, dlimmulate sitiggish or disor.
dared organs Iamo thmeir natural action, andl impmhart healthy
tonue with strength .to the wvhmoi system. NrI onily do
they cure the everyday commplainmts of every body, b.ut
also forimidmle and dangernmum disases thamt have bafllih.l
time beet of haunman akill. Whmile tihey produmce powerfl
elfe-cts, thmey are at thme same time, lminimmished dmie's, time
safest anal best physic thmat can be emmpoyedl for rhilre.
Iteing sugarcomteil, thmey are pienmsant to take; ad tbeing
purely vegetable, are free fromm anay risk of harum. Cures
hamve ibeen madeti whichm surpass belief weru thmey not sub
stanalimt.'sd by men of such exalted position anad chanrneter
as to forbidl time sumplimn of uantruth. Slnym eminent
cl-rgymen andi physiehmms havelenmt their nmemis to certify
to time imubllc thme reliabIlity mof nm'y remedies. whieothers
havu sent me the assurancre of themmir cmmnvietlmn that nay
Pr-eparations contribute inmmmeely to the relief of nmy
afilletod, sufforlmg ftllow-menm.
The. Agent below named is pleased to furnish grais iny
Ameriean Almanaa,containing directions for their use amnd
ocertllntes of their cures, of thme following commlts:
Costivenes. iliomus Complaints, Rhmemnmlsm, D~ropsy,
lleamrtimmrn, !ivamdachle artaling from a foul sommncha. Nan
ssaditgestion, Maorbid Inactiomn of thme Bowels and Pin
mristmg therefmm, Flamulency, Loss of AppetIte, nil Ulcer
onms anal Cmutaneoma Diseases which require en evacuant
tmdirinms..ccrofimla or Kinmgs EvIl. They also, by purify
ing thme bleed anmi simulating time systema cuare umany
rout plainte whaich it would taot lhe supposed timey conmht
reach, such as Deammness, P'artaabhiindness, Neutraita andi
Nervonms IrrItabIlity, Derangements of the Liver ammd Kid
neys, oUiit, andi othmer kindredi conmplaints artsina fmi a
low state of the body or obstuetion of its fmuncions.
-Do not be put off by unoprinipledi dealers with some
other pl they make mere profit on. Ask for Area's
Pnz~ms, and take nothaing else. No othier they can give
you compares with timis in its Intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sIck want the best aId there is for thten,
and thmey should have it.
Prepared by Dr. 3J. C. AYER,
Prastiel ad Analytieal Chemilst, LeWell, Mas.
Patca 25 Crs. saa lio. Ptas Boxas roa $1.
0. L. PENN and DR'3. A. G. A T. J. TEAGUE,
Edge~eld C. 11.1 A. J. PELLETIER A CO., Ham"
burg, and by all dealers In moudiine. Wholesale by
BAVILAND, CHIICHESTER A CO., Augusta, (Ga
June 2 ly 21
FLOUR AND CORIN MrEAL-Can be
h ad at my house for Cash.
Leather--Harness, Solo, Upper, Kipe, &cc.
R. T. MIS.
Feb.8 tf 4
NOTICE--All persons indebted to the Es
tate of Hloldien W. Posey, dec'd., are request
ed to make immediato payment, and all those
havinig demands against the Estate will please
renlder them i to me legally attested within three
months from this date, as at that time thore will
be a StIal settlement of said Estate.
8AMUBL POSBY, Ad'or.(
FALL DRY GOODSI
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
NO. 115 CONGRESS STREET,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC, THAT THEY
ARE NOW RECEIVING
ONE OF THE
LARGEST, RICHEST AND CHEAPEST.
FALL AND WINTER S'TOCKS
Which they have ever brought to Augusta,
PURCHASED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
IN NEW YORK, BOSTON, AND PHIILADELPII[A, AND PRINCIPALLY
BEFORE AND SINCE THE GREAT RUSH OF
'a73 3 'Taa a1" t itaNTlS
WERE IN MARKET, AT SUCH
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
As will warrant us in assuring our Friends and Patrons that we can save them at least
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
TO COUNTRY MERCITANTS VISITING OUR CITY FOR RENEWAL OF
SUPPLIES, WHO MAY HAVE BEEN NORTH THIS SUMMER,
WE WOULD SIMPLY SAY THAT WE
WILL DUPLI-CATE ANY BILLS
Bought Regularly in New York City,
AT THE SAME PRICES,
SAVING THEM THE AMOUNT OF TRANSPORTATION AND EXPENSE
OF GOING AFTER TH EM.
I1 EO5Y U IN CEOBII86
ALL DAYS IN TH E YEAR, FOR THlE SOLE PURPOSE OF ATTENDING TO
THlE BUYING OF SUPPLIES; THAT WE RECEIVE OUR GOODS
REGULARLY BY EVERY STEAMER, OF TH E VERY
LATEST MODES AND FASHIONS,
AND YOU WILL READILY PERCEIVE THlE ADVANTAGE OF DEALING
IN SUCH AN ESTABLISHMENT.
AMONG 0OU11 ASSORTMENT WILL BE FOUND
WRITE.OF&AHE SAS IN030
Fine French MERINOS, in Plain and Printed, from 25 to 40 per cent. less than they
EngWi h i ERINOS and COBURGS extr--mely cheap;
Fine MOUSLIN de LAINES, from 12 to 25 cents.;
Double Extension Steel Spring SKIRTS, from *1 50 to $2;
Fine Cloth CLOAKS, fromt *450 to *7; worth from elO to *12;
Heavy lairge size Negro BLANKETS, from 610 cents to *1;
KERSEYS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EVER
BROUGHT TO AUGUSTA.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every descr iption, warranted 10 per cent. cheaper than they
can be duptlicated short oif Ne~w York;
EMBRO1DEltlES, UIOSlE HY, GILOVES, and Small Wares, in great quantities, ex
Splendi lrg lot. IBBONS, from Auction, new styles, and very low priced;
French, English and Americain PI'IINTS, GINGHAMS, CHECKS, IHOMESPUNS
.ai.d DOM ESTIC GOOD)]S, in full supplies;.
And in fact all articles usually kept in the
To wvhich we respectf'ully invite the attention of the Public.
PLEASE TO RECOLLECT OUR LOCATION,
Uniet fljy f'ith~ SitatCa fJofl,
AUGUSTA, GA., -
Opositt fly Jaikli fpt,~e
GRAY & TURLEY,
Next above Henry Daly's Shoe Store.
Goods delivered in Hamburg, if desired by
ur Carolina patrons, free of charge. . .
Augu, Sep 2r, 2ni 38
P AT Ps"
JOMIESION WAR ER6TJ8,
OF AL KINDS . .
AGENT FOR L JOHNSON &100
R. HOE & CO",.
AND OTHER PRINTING PRESS MAK&S8.
PRINTING INKS, OF BEST QUA1TY,
At Manufactur's Prices.
The Subscriber begs to call attention to his
LARGE STOCK- OF
Writing and Wrapping Paper
of all kinds, which he will sell very LO roi cjg,
or short credit on large sums.
JOSEPH WALEWe? -
120 Meeting St., Charleston, 8. O.
October 12, 1858 tf 40
GoO0D CA R R IG.ES.
Buggies with Enamelled Leather
Shifting Tops, .195. ..
Rookaways for four perbos, *160.
COACI1ES, CALEdRES, ROCKAWAiYf .BX
ROUCHES, PITAETONA. SLIDE-SEAT
BUGGIR, BAGGAGE WAGONS,,
&c., &c., &c.
HARNESS of every description, WHIPS, &c.
The undersigned have on hand the largest Stock
of Vehicks ever offered for sale in the Southern
country, which they sell at the lowest prices, and
Persons wishing to purchase will be supplied
uith Charts containing our varety of Vebleles,)o
gether with a list of prices. by'addressing
REYNOLDS & CO
No. 69, Meeting St., opposite S. C. Inst
Charleston, S. C., Oct 25 - dt .42
T HTIE Subscriber. have formed a copartnerhip
under the style of
3. S. & 3. A. BOWIE, A.0.
For the purpose of conducting a
General Factorage & Commissinn 3iuhisau,
IN THE CITY OF CIIARLESTON,
And solicit consignments of COTTO, PFOUR,
GRAIN. and other country produce fo saile.
J AMES S. TOWIE and JOHN A. ROWIE,
will devote their entire t:me to the buainess.
Oficee on Central Wharf.*.
J. A. ROWIE,
Sept2l, 1858 8: 3
R ANAWAY from the Subseriber'. iohir,
Labout the 1st April last, hisi likely Mulatto
boy RIC1H MOND, about 21 yeas ol,'n abu
6 feet 7 or 8 Inches high. His color Is, tolerable
bright and his-bair -pretty straigit, An~I re
when ho lefts moustache. He Is intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. He has been raised in
the house, and is a valuable dining-room -servant
and good ostler. ---.
It is supposed he Is lurking about some of the
neighboring cities,-elther Hamburg; Augusta,
Charleston ocr Columbia. The above rewald will
Le paid for bib apprehension and delivery in sing
jail so that, I may get himn. And'aufy informagtlon
concerning him will be thankfully reeived.
T. N. LUNDY,'
Juno 28 tf 21i
WTue Augusta Constitutior~alist and Charles
ton Mercury itill please copy weekly for. one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
H,, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
E. 11. Chamberlain.
vs. Foreign Attachment.'
John C. Thomas.)
T IE Plaintiff in the aboo -st.1tedl ease having
th is led hisecelasration in my ofrice, and
the D~efewlaut having neither wife nor Attorney,
known t,, reside within tho limtitsof this State, on
whcom enpies of said declaration with ru'e,. to plead,
can be berved, On motion of 5tesars. Carroll h
Bacon, Plaintitf's .Attornery'. Ordered, That mid
De'endant appear and ple'ad to said Deelaretioa
within ni year and a day from the date haereof,-or
fns' and absolute judlgenment will be given against
hinm. - TllO3. G. BACON, c c .
Clerk's Office, Sept. 27, 1858, y : 38 -
TH E STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
BY yW. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgeleld
Whereas, J .hn D. Joehnson, hath applied to mue for
Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
goods antd chattles, rights anid credits of Jesse
Leopard, late of the Distriet aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singnlar, the kmndred and creditors of the said decess
ed, to be and appear before me,at our next Ordinary's
Court fur the said District, to be holded at Edgefleld
C. H., on thte 20th day of November inst., to show
cause, if any, why~the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal,this4th dayof Nov.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hutid
and fifty-eight and in the 83rd year of American
Independeonce. . W F. DURSOE, O.LE.D.
Nov. 10, .-2t 44
N OTICE.-Application will be made ta the
next Session of the Legislature, for a renew
al of the Chtarter of the Hlamburg, S. C., Fire En
gine Company, with amendments.
Sept. 1. 1858 f
N OTICE 1-All persons indebted to the Es
tate of George McD. Rearden are requested
to make immediate settlement ; and those .having
lemands against the Estate will please present
hem forthwith, properly attested.
E. P. IH. KIRIKSEY, Ad'or.
N OTICE.--AII thoso indebted to the Estate
of Dennis McCartey, dec'd , must yup by
he 1st Jatnuary next; and those having claims
Lanst the Estate will render them in by thaf day
iroperly attested. JA COB McCA RTEY,
Aug 25 17t 38 Adm'r.
iOTICE.--All prsons having claiig ainti
Lthe Estate of William Logue, dec'd., are
gereby requested to present them properly attest
ii; and all persons indebted to said Estate mnpt
nke Immediate payment.
E. H. YOCINGBLOOD, Ada're~
Aug 18 tf - :2
OTICE.-All persons Indebted to the Es
Ltate of John Kirksey, dec'd.,'are' hiereby
Imely warned to make paymet forthwith; and
hose having claims against the Etate ar notified
tender them In, properly attested, at asn:eesl
y. E. P. H. KIRK8EY, aeting EE'er.
Dec 80 tf 1
%OTICE..Al persons lndebtid to Lhe Estate
~of David Oust.', dee'd., are requested to'psy
be same without delay,and those having dzrnanda .
gainst the same will reader them ln, propery'at.
tted, for psymenit.
. L. BROOKS. * '.
SOct. 6, tf 89.
. eter Ledge, No 17 I..05.
- TiHE Regularmeetingsof this *
Swillbe held hereafter in ther
R HALL, By order of uthe NG.
Ju.y2. er-At .>n