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L. C. DEMING,.
BARGAINS FOR THE MONEY'
H AVE neaw in St,,rw my entire Staek of STA
PLE and FNCY 111RY GOOI-A. wi'eh
shall be Pold at Lowest Possible Prices.
IN DRESS GOODA, I have
Iuble Imp. ROBES;
Robe POMPA DORE;
Jupon',, and Aruold's H AMM\ERED STEEL
-SPRINGS. No other skirts can equal the above
Also, on Iand the ordinary -KIRTS.
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
GEO. SCULEY'S NEGR0 GOODS,
Warranted Ul Wool fliing.
lereys, Osnaburgs, Homespuns, kc.
at the lanufacturer's pric.a.
White Mackinaw Blankets,
So favorably known, and f whieb I ,old and al
ways give e *tsacti-e.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks,
A beauti'ul and complete asuirtment.
In every st)le, quality and price.
IHOSIERY, &c., &C.,
Enbracin every article usually kept in a DR'1
GOODS STORE. all of which shall be
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
I An exanamitation of my Stock is ra spetfully
L. C. DEMING,
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL.
Augusta, Ga., sept 13 tf 36
DRY 0O[ O.
DICKEY & PHIEBS
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a
DRY GOODS STORE!
Which they will
- As any other
The Charooter of their House is a suff*ient
guarantee that evy Customer
will be arged the
Augusta, Fept 18 tf 88
1858-FALL DRY GO0DS--1858.
* AUGUSTA, GA.,
THYE Just opened a very large and elegant
W XT ':P~'E.l .amucI W A'INOT'
Which comprises a verything in the trade, as wrell
as all that us new and e'egant In style, excellent i
quality, and Low its Price.
They are determined to maintain their old and
well established reputation oft
Fair Dealing and Moderate Prices,
Andd.Wald lnvlte'all in search of 0001) GOOD:',
at LOW FIGUJRE., to give them a call at their
ONE PRICE STORE
Bed Blankets, Negro Blanskets,
Negro IKerseys, Plains, Iuasseys, &c.,
And a large stock of all other Goods for Servants'
wear, at the lowest paosible prices.
And as our Rule of Business is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will psay over markct price, as the rule
forces thae seller to ask the lowocst market price,
and protects t he buyer. T herefore,
If you wish Goode at low prices,
Go to BROOM ,& NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open dealinir,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S
If you dislike a dozen prices for tbe same arlticle,
and prefer " one price."
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you don't. like to be~ " baited"' on one article,
and pay doutily ('n another,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL's.
In fact, if you wish to buy cheap Goods, get go..d
value for your money, and trade where you will
R~ke to deal, and be plea."ed tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM & NOR REL I.'8.
Augusta, Nov 9 tf 44
BEGS leave to call the attention of his frieads
Liand the publio to his large and well assorted
Stock of' Fancy & Domestic
He having disposed of all his old Goods previous
to his going to the North, is now in possession of an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprises all that is
Fashionable and Desirable in Style!
Be has added to his Store another Department
in which he keeps a large supply of
&c., &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any House in Augusta.
ie has a splendid lot of DELAINES, worth
87 ots. which he sells for 25 ets.
CL.OAKS and SHAWLS, very cheap;
All woul DEILA INES, ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKtI, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Emibroidered COl.LA RS worth $1, for 60 ets.
AND ALL OTUER GOODS IN PRO
-Augusta, Noav 1 - tf 43
N OTICE -All persons indebted to the Estate
of J. B. Taibert, deceased, are requeste.d to
make payment ut sn -early date, and thuse having
demuandis agai at ,eaid listate, will render them in
properly attested for paymlent.
i). 51. TA LBERT, Adm'or.
Sp29, 8 12m-3
BROWS--Just received five Bozes Choice
L LUONB. B. T. DAVIS, Agent, -'
tf . Q 19
For Shrr.i .
W. W. SAT.E,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
- JACKSON COVAR,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
For Ta. Collootor'.
M. W. LYLES,
C. A. HOjtN,
T. J. WIlTAKER,
CHAS. M. AY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
W. F. DURISOE,
J. P. ABNEY.
D. L. TURNER.
BY. C. BUTLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDGFIELD C. II., S. C.
T JE Undersigned having formed a partuership
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prompt and dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. Owazs is at Barnwell C.
H-that of Mr. 'BIBELS at Edgefield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
.A. C A .E .
S B. GRIFFIN, Attorney at LAW and
o Solicitor in EQUITY, will attend punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
He tmay be found at all Limes either in tho Office
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
Office immediately in rear of the Court House.
EDGEFIELD C. H., May 1b, 1t'8. tf 47
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD,
..ttorneoy at Teawv,
ILL attend promptly to all business ?laced
W in his hands.
gVOffice at Edgefleld C. H., S. C.
May 19 tf 19
ILL attend promptly to all business of the
W profession entru-ted to his care.
OFFICE, Edgefleld C. 11., S. C.
April 6 1868 tf 13
'IE Pubseriber having furnished himself with
. a license to uxe this N EW PROCESS or
ISERTING ARTIICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfedt adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than ean
be realized by any other methud. Its perfect pu
rity. cleanlinaeus, freedom from all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
arming the advantages claimed for this SUPEftIOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, ~tf 24_____
TUWO s. .T. & C. IH. MIO IS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. 7, IJlaysse Street,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
Jan 97 ly 3
A. J. PELL ET IER & CO.,
-Paints, Oils, Perfumiery, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ihamburg, Oct 0, am 89
I, & N. E.80OLOMOg
Haanburg, S. C.
T AKE pk-nyrure in informing thme platnters and
peublic ge erally, that they are ree. iving :the
following articles from New York. Phliladelphlia and
lialtimore, whichi they will SELl, AT LOW
BAGGING, BA.\FE ROPE.
Java, Lngguyra and Rio COFFrEES,
A. B. C. Newv Orleans and Cru..hed S4TUA4,
New Orleans and West India MOL ASSES,
CH EESE, MACK EREL,
SPICES of a'l kinds,
Foreign and Doumestic WINES and LIQUORS,
BOOTS. SHOES and hA TS,
Negro. Bed and Snddle H LANK ETS,
OSNAIIURGS and Georgia PL AINS,
Lin-sed and Tanners 01L1,
WHITmK LEA D) and TURPENTINE,
TO A CCO, a large assortment, .
INDIGO, alADDERR, &e.,
Choice. Tennessee BACON,
Biar, Hloop, Nail Rod, H orse Shoe and Band
IRON', of all sizes.
And alli'ither articles usual'y kel.t in the GRO
- A L SO
A large assortment of Men's, Boy's, Side and
Waggon SA I)DLES,
BiR'i)LES and BITTS of all kinds,
Waggon, Carriage, Buggy and Overseer's Whips,
Harness and Sole LEA TFH ER, &c., &e.,
All of which we will sell at
New York Retail Prices.
We will pay the most liberal prnice~s1'or Cotton and
other kinds of produce.
II. & N. E. SOLOXON,
The Red Hiouse at the old stand of II. L. Cun
ningham & Co.
Hamburg, Sept. 29, 188 tf 38
Having just returned from the Northern Mar
kets, I can supply my customer.. with goods Fausa
from the manufae:ure~rs and will be able to please
the most fastidious. Thankful for the pntronage I
recived while in the firm of H. L. Cunningham &
Co., I take this opportunity of soliciting the same
for the New Firm.
gg" Abbeville Banner, Independent Press, and
Laureniville Herald, will copy semi-monthly, for
LOOK OUT FOR THE CABLE!
I am now receiving some of Cyrus W. Field's
& Co's. best LETTER and BILL PAPER, for
sale low. -ALxso
The best old BR ANDY and PORT WINE, bottled
by Messrs. Lamback & Cooper, before adultera
tion, for medical purposes, which-has become the
order of the day.
Call in and examiine my well assorted Stock of
Brandies and Wines, and all other kinds of Li
quors, Brands, &e.
I feel assured I can give satisfaction bo~h in
quality and price.
Bill made out with dispatch, without defect in
Goos r apr.S. E. BOWERS, A g't.
Hamburg, Oct. 12, 1868 I 40
Butler Lodge, No-17 1.O..F.
STHE Regular meetings of this Lodge
will be held hereafter in their NEW
HALL, By order of the N. G.
July.27, tf 30
E CELLENT SEED WHEAT-The
Subseriber has for sale a large lot of Superior
iLED WHEAT, eomprihing the Gale and other
arieties. Apply at his residence.
3. W. NICIIOLSON.
READYMADE CLOTHInCiu k HATS,
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN.
. A. P. B I G N ON.,
No, 189, Broad Street, nearly opposite the Post Office Corner,
AM receiving weekly through the season, FASHIONABLE and WELL-MADE
CLOTI HING, of my own manufacture, to which I respectfully call the attention of
Iny custoIiters, and persons visiting the City. I have also a GOOD ASSORTMENT of
Shirts and Furnishing Goods,
And respectfully invite an examination of my Stock and prices. Also, oti hand a good
assortment of ILANKETS and WOOL HATS, suitable for servants.
Mr. JOHN LYON is engaged in the above Establishment, and will be
pleased to see and wait on his friends and acquaintances.
A.. B. R11INON.
Augusta. Nov 1 2m 43
FALL AD W1ETER TRDE
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
HAS NOW ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF BLACK AND COLORED
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINCS,
WHICH ARE ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND WILL BE
Made to Order, in the most Fashionable styles,
WARRANTED TO FIT!
FINE READYMADE CLOTHING
ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED, AND WILL BE SOLD A'J
TIlE LOWEST PRICES!
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Under U. S. Hotel.
Nov1 3mn 43
WHOLESALE A ND RETAIL CA R OL N A H OT EL.
Choice Foreign and Domestic oucgtohsfiadantetaeli pbl
PRESERUVES, PICKLES, JELLIES.
---ALSO-- . iinfrteSrngadSme es
WIN ES, L~~IUORS~, SEG~AR8
- &C., &c., &C. rqiiet rtf h at fh pcra i
TWJ H E Subscriber having discontinesl theC rctail NwSALShv eenl enbit he
.LLiquor business, and having replenished his m aewl eev idadcrfltetet
stock, ini every department, most respectfuly 1 akuir.-s nouaeetan arn
forms has patrons and the publi3 generally, that ae epcflyslctcniia~ofh~ae
le will devote himself exclusively to theJONA lY$
CONFECTIONERY LINE, ThtrvligcmuiyrnoU'dta
A nd is prepa red to furnish any of the above ar- hyadterhae~ wl ecneca n
ticles, and at the lowest possible P'rices. Thankful ma' annwtotcagt h ao~ae
for the patronsge heretofore extended to him, he Uiri eo~.J .M
respectfully solicits a continuance of. the same. HabrMy318tf6
Auguta, ov 1 A. FREDERI10K. JS
T~D~ HRRS& E SEArEr OswLUMownAndpp
liear l i a es pe enI) LEasur nn
ALB RTncTing o is riens anHteSE aeli; ul
geeallth hs o us dope o h rcpi
19oraftreBl Tom A IN On ht I hLe nris il
Mauaacre ad eaeriio fo Cask Sprior ANDYer;asn
I- ESS tetuinar dproment-nd~ SortM, eyhn
SHEAD ANSSLA~ buplie iNov abnane Therts of3h
aTenIe characteri anow are.cervin attna open
LEAHE AN llA UBER ELING ja comodou andC TComKee and Horlselecte
myTae wil hebeislve invitdcaefu teatent.u
Planrl for watenoremnt ofCaieSpl.H and paten
Saiiier HardwIIageundin rptful olhicitaconuilinanrerocuiede
by ThORE trvelin O aomts a re noiwireedtthat
now ull Of ll indsh~y andrsehwirlhaganoeadipt e oyd atti mo
prpaedfu te al Tent' Arnibengy ithu chrette t'aina
.5.wih lagean wel ssrteGSuorgiGODa Depow Shl. A. M
obtained atHaybuoue inyt3 South. ole0
MERCHNTS ND PLNTER STuatsAMERan C oLUMBA.!
Manufacturrer, of theBdS DeaerI iosueir
SA NDaSpt1 EAR mS . 6EAmiaTEERengan R
IRON CND BASONRCNETOAISadPCLS
GA.EATHER AND IALAORUandRSAEDINES;
AOFf allpl kindNEsadPPES
with aTogaterewitd melyloahsortrticlecto ofdiousSt
wIhT &wl sellAtCsw riceIasthe P.cans beeh upl'o N.1 n
ileThankful for ordgeeros prong extendedIRN;an RAKES
o reGldeMines, alls Rail Rads de nd
Toachaineryo of all GoDscbfrpurion HmuOt91
AuusaSet.1-1* 3 AF DES CodRAC10kEAT H cR
..UU OD BSI, HgAR,\ Cogrs nd ATHER
in as wil e aidfo al Cea Lienan Case Wafrn4do
Cotton Rag, dcl40 eKegat PheBath Pape MillsDa
* 01. W.WINTR, Aent Bb. LINSEEDLEIL.
.AugstaGa.Nov port4ation fro LONON
THE LIVER INIGARATOR
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
Ip a reateentille medical discovery, and lasdaily working
Sa treat to believe. It cures s If by mag-.
le,even. the drt dose giving bew.fl. and ueeldom more than
tine bottle isrequired te, cure any kind of LIver Complaint.
from the mrst Jaunsilce or Dispdiesita ta nciuamnon head
ache, all of which are the result of a diseased Liver.
Tile Liver Is tine of the principal regulators r.f the
human body, and when it 4perf-rms its functions *ell
the po4wers'of th' sstem are fully developed. The
stomacit is alsisit entirely C dependent on the healthy
action of the Liver for the proper perftormnance eof its
functions. When the stom nc is at fault, tihe bowels
are at fanlt, and the whole system a u fe rpa In conse
Liver- having ceased to
doitduty.Fr the dinens es of that organ, tine of the
proprij-tors hl asmade it his study, in a irachice of
more han twenty years, .tA find some remedy where
with to counteract the C many derangements to
which It Is liable.
To prove that this re imedy Is at list found, any
perso troubled with LIv e r Complaint i n a n y
of its forms, has but to try a )ni@4 bottle, and conviction 'is
- A comprund has been formed by dissolving gums
and extracting that part which is soluble for the ac
tive virtues of the medi clne. These gunts remove
all morbid or bad matter - from the systen, supply
ing in theirplace a healthy 1ed flow of bile, Invigorating
the stomach, causing f19yd to) digest well, purifying
the blood. giving tone anid health to the * hIe machi
nery, removing the causes; of the disease, nmd effect
ing a raiical cure without a s y of tie dilsagreeable
after treets, felt by using Calomel or Mineral Pps
son that Is usually resor ted to.
One dose after eating is . milcient to relieve tihe
stomach, and prevent the (fod from rising and sour
only 'one dose taken before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at night loosens the bowels
gently, asd cures costive ness.
One-t.:e taken ater each ' meal will cure Dyspepsia.
W One dose of two tea spooensfil will always rc
lieve Slek lieaditche.
Onte bottle taken for to male obstruction, removes
the cause of the disease, and niakes a perfect cure.
Only one dose immedi ately relieves Ultolle, while
tOne hose, often repeated, e s a mure cure fur Chol.
era Morbus, and a pre .r. ventative of Cholera.
- Onie dose, taken often, . will prevent the recurrence
of Bilious Attacks, while it relieves all paitful feel
*- Only one bottle is ne2ded to throw out of the
system the effects of medi cine after a long slekness.
One bottle taken for 'Jaundice, removes all
yellowness o r unnatural c color from the skin.
One dose taken a skort time before eating gives vigor to
the appolite, ald mnItkes (ooed digest well.
One etuse, often repelmated, cures Chronic Diarrhemn In its
worst forns, while suuiner and bowel complaints yield al
most to the first dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by worms, while for
worms in chldren, there Is no surer, safer or speedier rem
edy In the world, as It never fails.
't'here is no exaggeration in these statements; they are
plain. sober facts, that we ean give ovideneoo to prove, while
al who use it are giviig their unanimous testimony in Its
We take Infinite pleasure in recommending this smedicine
as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, and all
Fevers of a Bilious type. It operates with certainty, asid
.thausandsare willig to testify to its wonderful virtues.
Among the hundreds -of Liver Renedies now offered to
the public. there are none we can so highly recommend as
DR. SANFORD'S INYIGORATOit, so genserally known
now throughout the Union. This preparation ts truly a
Liver Invigorator, producing the most happy results on all
who use 1i. Alnost ii~ nimerpble certigtes have beep giv
en to the great yitple of th'lls mamdiebtse 6y those of the high
est standimg lin society, and we know it to be time best prepa
ration now mfore the public.-IHudoan Cbounsty Daocrat.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
SANFORD & CO.,
Proprietors, 845 Broadway, New York.
L;"For sale at Edgeneld C. H. by 0. L. PENN, Agent.
June 16, 1S8. ly 2d
ARE MADE TO
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CUBE THE SICK.
Invalids,.Fathers, Mothers, Physlelaiea,
'l~ia'sillroplstsvei We their Efkets,'
and judge of their Virtues.
FOR THE CURE OF
Headache, Sick Headache,Foul Stomach.
PrsmsPo, P1;, May 1, 1865,
Da. ,; C. Alsm. Sir: I have been repeatedly cured of
the worst headache any body can have by a dose or two
of your PIlls. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they do
me, the fact is worth knowing.
Yours with great resplect, ED. W. PREB1ILE,
Clerk of Meamer (Tarion.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
DXARTanzN? 0r ias Ixvzatoa, 1
. WAsmlseOvx, D. C., T Feb., 186.[
Sia: I have used your PHils1st my general andi hospital
practice ever since yous mado them, asnd canlnot hesitate to
say they are thse best cathartic we enamlny. Their regn.
latimng action on the liver is quick anid decIded. consequent
ly thsey are an admirable remedy for derangememntef limat
orgian. mindeed, I liars se.ldom found a case of biaious ie',
Ase so obstinate tItmet it dish not readtil yeldi to i,
yratcrnally yonrs, 41.M BIA-le ,D
Jysiciani e me Jlurine Juital,
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
Posarricea,11ARTmant, Lav. Co., 311cen., Nov. 10, 1855.
Dia. MAxa: Your Pils are the perfection of msediciae.
Tha.y have done msy wife 1,nre good thsan I can Sell you.
Mss had been sIck and pinilng saway for nionths. Went
off to be doctored at grent expenso, hut got nmo better. She
thenm commemiced taking your Pills, whmich soon cured 1her,
biy oxpellinmg large quantities of worms (dead) (rent her
body They afterwards cured her and our two childsren
of boody dysentlery. Onie of our neighbors had it bed, sand
my wife cured him wills two doses of your P'ills, while
others around is paid frens five to tweonty dlollars doctors'
bills, alnd host ilt~dirls, wiltiout beIng euired entirely
even then. -Stuch-a me-dicIne as yours, which is actually
good and hsonest, will li ~rlz ere.G FN ysmatr
Jndigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
Jloai R. J. Y. Himes, 1'uster of .Aulenf Church, lRoasen.
Da. Avaa: I have used-your Pills with extraordinary
success its my famIly and among these Ilam called to visit
Iln distress. To regulate the orgains of eigestion and puri
fy the bleed they are the very best reamgedy I have ever
known, and I can confidently recommtend thesi to my
friends. Yours, J. V. 111I11ES.
WAasAy, Wvomnwe Co.. N. Y., Oct. 24,1865.
DAta Sma: I am ni'g your Cathartic PIlls in my prae
tics, and find thiei'an excellent purgative to cleainse the
systemx antI purify the fountains of the blood.
J011N1 (. IMACIIA3M, 7.!. D.
Erysipelas, Serofmula, King"s Evil, Tetteyt
Ttimors, and Salt Rheum.
Fren a .lbrnvard, lugelrclhont of .T. Louis, Rbi. 4,150.
Dx. Amz: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is
great in medictne. They have cured my little daughter
of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that hmad proved
tncuratble for years. Hier mother had been long grievous
ly afflicted withm bleitches and pimples on her skin anid in
her hair. After our child was cured, alee also tried your
Pis, and they hsave cusred her. ASA 310RGRtIDOE.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
Fromi the R1e. Dr. Hawtkes, of the Neuctodiat LRpis. CQurch.
Puu.sxa ious:, SAvARxISN, GA., Jan- 6, 1866.
Iloxeoxtx Sta: I should be ungrateful for therellef your
skill hias brought nme if I did not report my case to you.
A cold settled in nay limbs and brought on excrucIating
ieuralgic pains, which ended In chronic rhseumatliam.
Notwkthstanding I had the best of physicIans, the disease
grew worse end worse; unuiiy biy the advice of your excel,
lemst agent in Dlaltimuore, Dr. ilacktensls, I trIed youir lls.
Their effects were slow, hut sure, 1By persevering in the
use of theis, I am now entirely well.
seaasnina, BATON Recox, LA., 6 Dec., 1855.
Dn. A via: I have been entirely cured by your Pills of
Rthaeunmatic Gout -a paInful disease that had afflicted me
for years. VINCENT SL.IDELL.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Come
plalants, requiring an active purge, they are sam excel
For Costivsness or Constipation, and as
a Dinter Pill, they are egreeable and effectual.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
tion, and evem Deafness, and Partial Blinud
aes, have been cured by the aitetativa action of these
MIost of the Pills in market contain Miercury, whIch, al
thsouigh a valuiable remmedy in skilful hasnds, is danmgeroums
In a public pil, from the dreadful consequenmces thst fre
quetly follow its ineaustions use. These containi no mer
cury or minueral subetanuce whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR TIlE IRAPID CURE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, IlOA RSENESS, INFLUm
ENZA, IiRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
-COUGH, CROUIP, ASTHMA, IN.
and'for thme relIef of coanumptive patienats in advanced
stages of the disease.
We need not speak to thn Public of ithe virtues.
Thsrounghsout every townm, and almost every healet of the
American States, its wonmdeful cures of ulimonmery coam
plainta have made it already known. Bay, few are the
families in anmy civilized comuntry on tisi continemnt ith.
out somie personal experience of its effects ; and fewer yet
lime comnmunities any where which have net among them
some livinig trophmy of Its victory over the subtle and dan
gerous dIseases of the tharoat and lungs. Wh~le it Is the
meet powerful antIdote yet known to mian fbr the formni
dtable aud dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
is also the pheatsantmtst and safest remedy thast can be em
pldfr nfants and younug persoos. Parents should
haei nstore againist this insidhious enemy that steals
upon them unasrepared. Wie have abnudant pouds to
believe the C/.Prry 11etoral saves msore lives the con
simptions it prevents than those It cures. epIt by
you, and cure your cohls while they are cnralile, nor ne
leet them until no human skill can msaster the inexorabs
canaker that, fatened on the vitals, eas your life away.
All know- the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as
they know too the. vIrtues of this remedy, we aneed not do
nmore than to assure thsem it Is stIll made the best it can
be. We spars mno cost, nmo care, no toil to produce it the
most perfect prssible, and thuns afford these who rely on
it the best agent whi-h ousr skihl can furnish for their cure.
'PR-EPARED--BY DR. J, C. AYER,
Practioal and Analytibal Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
A ND S O LD B Y
0. L. PENN aid DRS. A. G. A T. J. TEAGUE,
Edgefildlt C. -H.; A. J. PELLETIER A CO., Ham
burg, and by all deaiors in medicine. Wholesalo by
HA VILAND, CHIICHIESTERL A C0., Augusta, GIa
June 2 . ly 21
F LOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can be
had at my house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kipa, &c.
.* U. T. MIS.
Feb.8 tf '4
NOICE-AII persons indebted to the Es
tate of Holden WV. Posey, dee'md., are request
ed to make immedit payment, amid all those
having demands against the Estate will please
render them in to me legally attested within tharee
months from this date, ~as at that time there will
be a final settlement of said Estate.
SAMUEL POSEY, Ad'or.
aSe. S m.
B Y Virtue of sundrt Writstof Fieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to rell at Edge
ield C. H., on the fir-t Mionaday and Tuesday in
Dlecember next, the followim'g -.prpe. ty in the fol
lowing caes, viz:
W. W. Geiber vs. W. IT. Adams, One Tract of
land contaiinig one hundred actei, rore or less,
adjoining lau's of W. B. Don and Daniel RUuu
Williams & Butler vs .Tohn R. Wcver; Richard
Ward andi other Plainti'fi severally, vis 'le Same,
The Tract of Land wheie the ltefendaut resides
containing two hundrtd acres, more or lems. adjoin
ing lands of Benjamin Bettis, James Swearengin,
Sr., and others.
gWTerms of Sale, Cash.
JAS. EIDSON, S. E. D.
Nov 15, te 45
B Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
' me dirdected, I will proceed to sell at Kdge
field Court Ilome, on the first Monday and Tues
day in December next, the following property, in
the following cases, viz:
Abner Bushnell, for Samuel Brooks. vs John
Leigh ; Other Plaintiffr severally, vs The Same,
A liouse and Lot or parcel-of landi in the Village
of Edgeflield. containing three aeres, more or less,
bounded on the North by 1). R. Durisoo, East by
the Stage Road-, South by the Carriage ,Iouse L-t
Samuel Williams vs William Quarles, A Tract
of Lamnd containing Eighty-two acres, more or lae,
adjoining lands of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Johnson.
JAS. EIDSON, S.E.D.
Nov 10 4t 44
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
DY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, Peter Shealy, hath applied to me for
Letters of Adminisitration, on all and singular the
goods and ehattles, rights and credits of William
Shealy, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, io cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appearbefore me,aL our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefeld
C. II., on the 27th day of November inst., to show
cause, ifaany, why the said administrationshould not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 12h day of Nov.
in the yemar of our Lord one thousand eight heaidrea
and fifty eight and in the 83rd year sf Amemica
Independence. W F. DURISOE, 0.'L D.
Nov. 17, 2t 45
Swan k Co.'s Lotteries Triumphant
SWAN & COe
Continue to Draw as usual witiaoul
OWM.A1N c CO.'
LOTTERIES ARE LEG AL, AND AUTHORIZE1
BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempt to injure
O4r firm has shown
That our L.otteries are drawn fairly;
That our Prizes are paid punctually;
And that our Schemes
Are more liberal than any other Lottery
In the world.
'IHE following Scheme will be drawn by
MWAN & CO., Managers of the SPARTI
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Sinatl
Number Lotteries for Nov'r. 1868, at AUGUSTA
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence a
Class 40 Draws Saturday, November 6,1851
Class 41 Draws Saturday, November 13, '51
Class 42 Draws Saturday, November 20, '61
Class 43 Draws Saturday, No'vember 97, '51
ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
50,000 Tickets I
NEAELY ONE PRIZE TO EVEBY NINE TICEETI
E~m an 1 an SEteiamn 3
TO BR DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBIER!
1 Prize of. ?,J0 4 rzso.........P00
1 PrIze of.8,14 rzso........ Si
t Prize of....10.00 4Pie f....D
I PrIze of ........5,000 4Przso. ....t
I Prize of........4,iiOt Pie o.....0
iPrize of........3. ~ , 0 Pie f....
1 Prize-of........1,500 10Pie f....1
4 Przesof . ,00 28 PrIzes of.........100
4IRXXO Prizes . .....
~~~~~~~4 Prizes of............to*7,00 rie r 7*1,
4 Irzs f 500" oi4 Prizs o......... 6,9'
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 Prizes s~:to a~ 00........... 5'1
4 ~ ~ ~ 0 Prize- of...... 12 .10Piv r
4 rizes of... 1000 28 0 Prof..,... e 1
4 Prizes of $40 Aprx"n to 87,000 Prizes are $t.s
4 Prizes of 500 " " l,000 Prizes are 1 i
4,0 Prizes of :200 " ar 10,.0.. Pi.e.'ar...
,48 Prizes o 25 "g to..uPl..are..
Whole Tickets $10,- Bales $5, Quarters $s,50,
Wr A Circular showing the p lan of the Iaotteries will bi
sent to any anne desirous of receiving It.
Cerlifientes of Packages will be sold at the following rater
which ts the risk:
Certilicnte of l'ackage of ten Whuale Tickets....*
Uertiileate of 'nekage of ten ilaif Tickets..........41
Certitente of l'ackage of ten Quarter Tickets..........9
Ue'titicate of l'aekage of ten Eighth Tiekets.......1
In Ordering Tickets or Certlficates,
Enclose the money to our address for the 'Tickets ordered
ocn receipt * f which they will be f.,rwarded by first sil
Purchabsers can'have Tickets ending int any llgureu they ma;
[F Thte List of Drawn Ntumbers and Prizes will be seu
to ijrebasers imnmediately atter the dirawing.
~'Purcasecrs will please write their sigituttres plal
za ive their Poset t'flece, (County and State.
0Remember that every P'rize is drawn, and payable h
full without dodnetion.
grAll pcrizer if 1,0010 and under, paid lmmmediately afte
the drnwing-other parizes at the. usual time of thirty days.
gf All comm.uncttuons strictly conidentlal.
0FOrdersfor Tickets or Certinecates can be neldresser
either to S. SWVAN k C0., Augnasta. Ga., or
.J. W.- GAITHJEl, Agent, C.,lumnbta.
gr A list of ihe numbers that are drawn front the wheel
with the amount of the prize that each one Is tileud to
will iie pmblished after every drawing, in time following pa,
p~~es:--New Orleans Delta, Mobiie Register, Chark-estmi
Standard. NashvIlle Gazette, Atanta lntelligencer, Nes
York Weekly Day Bo..k, Aumgusta (Ga.) Constltutionialist
itichmondl Dispatch, New York Dispatch. Paulditng (Miss.
Clarion. Savannah Morning News, -atd Little Reek (Ark.
Oct27,1ISS6S - -2
Octagon Burial Cases
T HE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his
iFurniture Rooms, opposite the Post Ofiee,a
large asisortmnent of this newv style of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and finished
in perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASitS aro new extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over al]
Coffins now before the public..
I will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning, a fine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my
own manufneture, and of all uizesi prices and quality.
-JOHN M. WITT'.
Edgefield, May 13 tf 18
My terms for selling META LIC BURiAL CA
SES is C'ash, but should thme cash not accompany
the order, iutereet will be charged from .thme day of
delivery. .OIIN M. WITT.
N. B.-Wood Coffins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf '2
Oct 18 3t 40
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROLINA,
' IN COMMON PLEAS.
E. H. Chamberlain,)
cs. Foreign Attachment.
John C. Thomas.)
T HIE Plaintiff in the aborn atmed ease having
.3.this day filed hiis Deelarntion in niy office, and
the D~efendant having neither wife nor Attorney,
known-to reside within the hinmita of thmis State, on
whom copies of said declaration with tue,' to plead,
can be served, -On motiotn of Alessrs. Carroll &
Bacon, Plaintiff''d Attorney.. Ordered, That said
Defendant appear and plead to said Deelaratlou
within a y, ar and a day from the date hereof, or
Pmai and absolute judgemcnt will be given against
him. -TIIOS. G. BACON, o e .
Clerk's Office, Sept. 27, 1858, ly 38
1'INE DAIRY CHEESE--Just received
L' a fresh lot of DAIRY CHEESE, of atero
juality. . ' E. PENN, A gt.
Nov 8 tf d8
STATE OF ,SOUTH .~L
IN EQUIT. -
George W. Landrum and other)
VS. . Bilfoi Paj.
Clarisa Landrum and others.
IN pursuance of an order from (han. Wardlaw,
in this cause, I will tell at Edeefi Id C. H.
on the first Monday in December Lext,the follow
ing real estate of Reuben Landrum. deed, VIZ
TRACT NO.'.1, lying on Log C6
few miles of Edgeield village, -containing y l
Seven hundred acres, more or less;'bt & 1;
Tract about one hundred and forty acres have
been cut off and specifically assign.ed to one of the
parties in interest. . The remaining bulk of, thd
Tract is of fiue quality, and adjoins: lan dsjF.
W. Pickens, David R. Ftrother and John f. 3ol
TRACT NO. 2, containirig one hundred acres,
more or less, and adjoining lands of Alfred May
TRACT NO. 3, containing three hundred and
twenty acres, jiorc or less, lying on Sleep Creek,
and adjo'ning lands of Dr. John Landrum, James
Dorn, lijah Still and others.
These are some of the very fluest lands in Edgo.
field-indeed, they are as good Cotton Landass
the State affords; and the term of sale are very
easy, as see below:
Txaxe-Only so much in cash as will pay the
costs of the suit. The rest on a credit of one,
two and three years from day of sale, -.with Inter
est from dat-. Purchasers to give Bond with
good sureties as usual.
*A. SIMKINS, CR.ms.
Nov 16, 4te 45
State of South Carolina,
A. G.:Teague and others
IfN purnuance of an order in this cause-from
Chan. F. 11. Wardlaw, I will to sell at
E'dgefleld 0. i., on the first Monda IWDecember
next, the building in this Village as the
ICE IOUSE, and the lopfany)-onected
It is a first rate house for the -purpose it is do
signed to answer, having bean put up of good
material, by a good workman; and on a secnre
plan. An opportunity is-pre ented fur anvenergetia
person to go into the Ice business here,and moneyz
can be made by it. Watch the sale.
TEaxs-A credit till 1st January 1859. Costs
to be paid in cash.
A. SIMKINS, e.ax .n.
Nov17 4te 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Bill for Pa.
Moses Walton and wife, et. al.
B Y virtue of an order in this ease, I will pro.
13eeed to sell upon.the premises an Thursd,
the 2a of December next, the following 'Real '.
tate, belonging to the Estate of James Co!enu,
dee'd, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, in Edgefield Dietalet,
containing Eleven.hundred acres, more or less
a hieh frili be divided before the day of sale into
two separate Tracts, and plats thereof exibite'
bounded by lands of BennAt Perry, Sampson 'Cop
p,ek. Robert Smith, Lewis Sample, James r
and others. -e..y
This land is in many respects desimble; it is
haulthful nud pruduective; it is one of the best wa
tered places in all that vicinity; and it isanowgau to
fences, &c., under first rate repair.
The improvements on the Inee are also unusually
good: the outbuilding especially. ,The Gli Hoees.
is said to bea goo none as is -ia -the dhitiei.
I.There is also a fine orchard osn the prinises. *
The neighborhoo.l is a capital one', and tije is
t n.:e from Newberry village is ten or elevdn miles
only. . --e
There is~a qantity of prime Cotton LandI yet to
be el-ared on the place. The arable lanad-is nekh
of it admirable adapte.d for grain cuture.~i. .-4
Persons wi,.hing a line: location wididdAo 90111 t
attend this sale. A bargain maighat be-ga*
. Tuauu-A credit of twe've months frsi tiii. day
of sale, with bond and at lent two good sdreties.
Costs of suit to be paid in esh.
g., Newberry Conaeretist and i exingto'Frfd
copy three timesh andl senda aceountis to the Cisabik
sioner pri~vions to day or sale.
Oct. 27, . Ste 42
State of' South Carolina,
1N E QUI.TY
aJohn R. A biey ad wife, Eustaela,)
- . - Bilfor pr.
A melia J. Colemna and oth'ers.
BY an order frim Chan. Wardlaw, in this case,
Iwlselat Edgefleld C. 11., on the first Mon
Sd.sy in December next, the followig R:l E,-tate,
betonging to the Estate of John A. Coleman, dee'd
ONE TR ACT OF L AND, situated in Edgefiefd
D listrict, containing Three hundred and sevent
eighat (3:8) necres, moure or hess, bounited bay :1.nds
of David Coleman, Wilson A buey, Lewis~ampile,
'M. W. Clary and oathersa.
'ONE OTllERl TR.\CT, containing Nine (9)
, cres,. more or less, bounded ty lands of-Bally
Merch.lant, 1h. J. I,. 'erry, nend. by other lunds of
thme said .ioh~n A. Caideman, deceoved.
ONE OTH ER TR ACT, containing Fifty (50.)
acres, more or lesr, bounded by landis of John Cole
man, M. W. Clary, G,.orge Long and B. J. L. Per
Trnaxs-A credit of two've months, with bond.
umd at least two gosa sureties, .except cust .which
Iwill be required in ',nsh.
Ott. 07 A. SIMKiNS,ce~.s...
Oc.27 te 42
Slate of' South Carolina,
Abigial Stalnaker, Applicant, -
Susan Stalnaker and ' C
T.L. Martain, Otmar., ad litem, Def'ts. -
B Y an order from- the Ordinary of Edgefield
BDistriet, I1 ihall proceed tosell ,at Edgefield
C. Ii., onthirst Monday iDembrnext,fo
partition, the Real Estate of Samuel Stalnsker,
dec'd., a Tract or Parcel of Land lyinag and b'ing
in the District anal State aforesaid, containinig one
hundred and. forty-three(143) acres, more or less,
aid bounded by lands of S. B. Strom, Tandy
Buckhahter..and T. F-eigher.
Terms-On a credit of twelve months from the
day of sale. Purchaser to give Bond with good
personal security and a Mortgage to the 'Ordliiiary
to secure the purchase money. Costs to be paid
in cash, and to pay for Titles-extra.
J.\8. ELDSON, S, E. D.
Nov. 3 5t .4.d
State of Soth Carolinas,
IN O RDINAR Y.
Richard Berry, A pppeant,
Edney Mosehy,: John: Dehaughter -and.
wire Julia, and others,-Def'ts. J
B y an order from the Ordinary of Edgelleld
District, I shall proeed to sell at Edgefleld
Cosurt Hou.,e, on the- first Mondlay- in December
next, for Partition, the Real Estate of Jan'e Berry,
deceased, astraet or parcel of laud, lying and being
in the Distr'ct and State afoare,'aid, containing one
hundred and &ity (15.0) acr-es, more or less, and
bounded by lanai. of Ransom Timmnerman, Jesse
Timmerman and others.
Tsaus-On a credit of twelve months. Pureha
sara to give bonad with good personaliseeurities, and
a Mortgage to the Ordinary to see'ure the purchase
money. Cost to be paid cash, and to pay for tihe
extr.JS. EIDSON, a L..
Nov. 2, 1858. , 5S't.8f:
NOTICE.---All persons are'hiieby fu
Nwarned from trading for a Note drawa ens
day atratinforof M. Kronghur, for
$25,75, and dated sometime in the fall of 185,u
the consideratia for whieh said Note was given
have failed, and I am determined to resist the pay
meat of said Nute. II. A. GRAT.
Nov 9 .3t ~ .* 4
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Dardel
Boone, dec'd., are requested tomakeimmedi
ate payment, andl all persons having -demands
against the same are hereby noie torsn
them properly attested.
n-- e sna er