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AT REDUCED PRICES,
H A received a large and varied supply of
CARt'ETS. which he will sell at very low
prices; aniong A h'li are
.. Crostlay & Son's Rich Velvet and Tapestry
Brussels CA RPETS ;
Superior Three-Ply and Ingrain CARPETS;
nara n CARPErS, of small tigurep, for lted
3 4 and 4-4 Venet:iin C A RPETS;
CARPETS for lialls and Bed Rooms at 25,37,
and 50 cents per yard ;
ieh ihlvarth and Door RUG 3, to match Carpets;
Crumb CLO il, by the yard and in patterns;
..Window silAIDES, in a great variety of styles,
and some at very lo%% pr'ees;
inbroiidered Lac- and Muslin CURTAINS, of
new and elegant sty les
Rich D .\M ASKS and DELAIN ES for Curtains;
CORNICES, Curtain BANDS, and STAIR
S- Orerls received f.,r OIL CLOTHS to fit Ialls
and Rooms, at very low prices ;
C A R P r.TS eut and made to fit rooms, and orders
Perauns wshing to purchase tho above artic'es,
are respectfully invited to ea:l and examine the as
A urusa .Tan 25 tf 3
Y Eli(DI .
P EG- leave to call the attention of his friends
.Band the public to his large and well assorted
Z-tock of Fancy & Domestic
He having diaposed 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!
lie has added to his Store another Department
in which he keeps a largo supply of
MARm83oWA IF' RA
- &c., &C., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any House in Augusta.
He has a splendid lot of DELAINES, worth
87 cia. which lie sells for 26 cts.
CLOAKS and SHAWLS, very cheap;
All wool DELAINES, ROBES, &c.,very cheap;
Fine BILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Embroidered COLLARS worth $1, for 60 cts.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1 t f 43
SOUTHERN SEED STORE.
NO 200 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, G.
TO THE READERS OF THE ADVERTIS ,
'3 'HIS will inform my friends that I ~.~ the
1.BES r assertmient of GA RDEN ED ever
brouaht to this market. They ar from the cele
brated houses ot Laudreth and horburn Gf this
country, and the imported from Nilnimin of
All who have tried European know that
they are superior to ur seed as a side by side
In the DRUG d$ MEDICINE LINE I can
servo my custome . with as good and on terms as
reasonable as any 'ltise in Augusta.,T SE
Feb. 9, . tf _______
- MUSIC, GUITARS, VIOLINS,
BANJOS, FLUTES, ACCORDEONS, INSTRUC
TION BOOKS, GUITAR AND VIOLIN
STRINGS, &c , &c.,
Opposite the United States Hotel,
Also, Solo Agent for CaicKEatNG & So~s, and
CELEBRATED PIANO FORTES.
Ihis stock compi;rises evcry vat iety of (4, 6I,anid
7octave instrumemfls, fromi $'.50 to $1,000. Every
Instrumencrt is warranted sound and perfect.
Augusta, Dec 12 3m 49
SPLENDID FALIL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABA W,
(Opposite the Union Banik,)
RERTURtN their thanks to their numerous
friend< and customers for theair liberat patron.
ag~e, and beg to aesure them thamt they a now
ONE OF TilE LARGEST AND BEST
REvr oil'ered in the City, at prices below last year.
We.have in addition the LARGEST Stoek of
In the South, alt of our own make.
Eg We invite our friends in Edgefield and the
adjoining Distriets, to give our St.ek an examnina
tisin. We are always anxious to exhmibit our Goad.,
and are conhident that the QUA LITY arid PRICES
of iour Clothing must give satisfactioni.
A ugusta, Sept. 22, tf 37
Fall and Winter Styles.
'UMYIBEL.LAS C. .
Wn3a~olosanle a~tic 20eta11
(EO. W. FERRY, Augusta, Ga., is
nwptiepared to greet his customers with
a new and-etensive assortmniot of
Gents. Fall style Moleskin and Cassimere HATS,
" French and A mer. felt do
"a~ a Cloth, Silk Velvet, Plush and
Glazed Silk CAPS;
Youths and Boys HATS and CAPS, all kinds;
Children's Fancy do do elegant styles;
Velvet, Silk, Chidbal, Straw and Lace SONNETS
Silk, Scoteh Ging. and Paragon UMBRELL AS;
Men's anal Boys Wool IIATS, every variety of
style and quality ;
These Goods are direct from Manufaicturers,
made expressly fo~r this market, and will lbe sold
as low as samte fiuality of Goods can be. sold any
whierc. Call adl see.
- GEO. WV. FERRY,
Unidar Miasonic ilall, Broad Sireet,
Augusta, Sept 28 tf 8
State or South Carolina,
iN ORDINA RY.
'Thomas R. Rhodes, Adm'or., Applicant,
Wm. . Ranesand wife Rebecca,an
Jesse K. Arrington and wife, Def'ts. J
ITappearing tomny satisfactIon that Wm N. Rines
Iand his wife Rebeces, and Jesse K. Arrang
:toa and his wife, twvo of the Defendants in this
case reside beyond the limits of this State i It, is
therefore ordered that they do appear -and object
to the division or sale of the Real Estate of khiza
beth Walling, dec'd., on or before the 14th May
next, or their consent to the same will be entered
pf reeord. W. F. DURISOE,o E.D.
- diar'sOm ,Feb 14,1859, 3m B
TRY IT! TRY IT!! TRY IT!!!
HOYT'S AMlMONIATED BONE
Super Phosphate of Lime,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO.
TH IS is the artis:1e used with so much success
in the last crop, by the planters of Beech
Island ; it costs less. and is said to be superior to
Peruvian Guano, or any o:her fertilizer for cotton.
II. & N. E. SOLOMON,
Agents for South Carolina.
Hamburg, S. C., Feb. 2, 1859 6t 4
L. S. UOYT'S
Amlmoniated Bone SuperPhosphate
OF THE MOST APPROVED QUALITY
A SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO.
Office, 194 Water St., Adjoining U, S. Hotel
Producing all the immediate effbects of the best
Peruvian Guano, without the danger of destroy ing
a crop by its coming in contact with the seed and
being lasting in the soil years after the Guano is
exhausted. It is pulverized to a fine powder,
ready for use. No loss of time and labor in break
ing lumps, screening, &c.
Phosphate of Lime is the, only element in Gu
ano, or any other Fei tillizer, from which perma
nent efl.ct can be expected; henee that Fertillizer
which contains the most Phosphate, with a suffici
ency of ammonia to produce all the eALct that can
be had from Ammonia, is the best, inasmuch as
more than that is waste.
N. B -To test the relative value of this Ferti
lizer, use In quantity ond all other ruspects same
as Peruvian Guano.
Packed in strong lags of 150 pound.. Barrels
average 275 lbs. each.
My Super Phosphate of Lime is not an experi
ment. Four years trial of it upon all kinds of
crops and toils, has proved its value each year,
and that it is of uniform quality.
Try it side by side with No. 1 Peruvian Guano
upon all your crops, and see which is cheapest,
safest and most lasting. As a TOP DRESSING
upon Grain or Grass early in the spring, it "1 mill
Certificates, dated from the firbt year of the in
troduction of my Fertilizer, each year since,
miuht be added; but the most satisfactory Cer
tificate is for every Farmer to try it for himself.
Sold by the Dealers in Agricultural Imple
ments in the City, and at 122 West street, corner
PRICE, 845 PER TON,
OF 2000 POUNDS,
17A Discount made to buyers of Five Tons
For Directions, Analyses and Certificates, see
Pamphlet, sent free upon application to he Pro
IV4 Water st., N.Y.
girCAUTION.-Observe that every Bag and
Barrel of Hoyt's Super Phasphate of Lime is
birandedl as above designated. NONE OTHIER IS
N. B.-Elide Island, or Pacific Ocean GU ANO,
No. I Peruvian and Columbian G UA NO, GROUND
BON K, POUDRETTE and Plaster, for sale in any
quantity, and at lowest pirice.
IgOrders supplied for Super Phosphate of
Lime, and other Fertilizers, with cost of freight
added to prices in New York, by
T. P. STOVALL & CO., Agts.
No. 258, Broad st., Augusta, Ga.
I am permitted to refer the Planters of Edge
feld LDistrict to thme genmlemen here named, resi
dents of Beech Island, who have used my Ferti
ilzer upon Corn and Cotton the past season, and
have largely increased their orders for the coming
T. WV. WHUATLEY, T. S. MILLER,
Da. H. R. COOK, CAPT. H. L. MASON.
BALTIMORE, Dec. 23d, 1558.
L. S. HOYT, EsQ-Dear Sir: I have made seve
ral Analyses of your Super-Phosp~hate of Lime,
and consider it one of the best Fertilizers in the
world. I have also been present in your Factory
while it was being prepamed, artd I know, iro~m
personal observation, that it is carefully and con
scientiously made. I eference to its use upon
Cotton Lands, concerning which you enquire of
me, I have to say that if you adopt, the v'ery slight
modification which I have sugge-ted, you will
furnish the Plante r with all the elements required
by the Cotton Plant, in a for mi capmable of speealy
The chier ingred'ents removed from th.. soil by
Cotton are Potash, Soda, Lime, Magnesia, Phos
phoric and Su'phur.c Acids. For the rapid growth
of the Plant, Ammonia is also reqluired. Now all
these materials of fertility are abundantly supplied
by the manure you propose to furnish. It con
tins Phosphoric Acid in a form readily appro
priated by P'lants, and indeed all its ingredients
arc soluble and can be easily assimilated by the
growing Plant. I have already furnished you
with Analyses which you have, so that you do
not ned them repeated here.
I very cordially recommnend you'r Fertilizer to
the favorabale notice of Southern A griculturists.
VBry respect fully, Yours, &c.
A SNUW1DEN PIGGOT, M. D.,
Analytical Chemist of thme Maryland Institute
Jana 19 12t2
STATE OF~ SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
J. Y. L. Partlow,
vs. For. Attachment.
H. T. Farmer.
r1 'HIE Plaintiff in thec above stated case, having
Ithis day filed his Declaration in my Oflice,
and the Defeindant having neith,-r wife nor A ttor
ney known to reside within the limits of this State
on whoam copies of said Declaration with rules to
plead can be served : On motion of Messrs. Car.
roll & Tonapkins, Plainmtifl's Attorneys, Ordered
that said Der, ndant apmpear and plea"d to said De
claration within a yeamr and a day from the date
hereof, or final mand absolute judgment will be
given against him.
TIIOS. G. BACON, e.c P.
Feb 20, 18.59. Oly 8
State of South Carolina,
vs Citation to AecounL.
John W. Bledsoe, Guar)
IT appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
Ldant John WV. Bledsoe, resides beyotnd the lim
its of the State, On motion of Mr. heibles, Plain
tiff's Attorney, It is ordered that the Defendant
appear either itn person, or by his Atstorney, at my
Ofice in Monday the 23th of May next, to account
with the Plaintiff, as her Guardian. Giveni under
my hand at my 01lice, this the 28th Feb. 1859.
WV. F. DURISOE~, o R.n.
3Mar2 3m 8
STATE OF SOUTh CA ROLINA,
JEPTHIA COUCTI, Adm'or, of Wil~iam Fatcher
dleceasedh. ~a plicant, vs. The creditors gener
ally or the said deceased :
It appcaa ing to my satisfaction that tihe :,ssets of
said deceased are insullicient to pay oft' his debts
in fulL it is ordered atnd decreed that all and
singular, the creditors of the said William Satchmer,
deceased, do present their cla mu agast the saId
Willi.mm b'atchmer, Aeceased, l~efore me, properly
proved, on or before the twenty-third day of Maiy
next, and that they do appear in the Court of Or
dinary, on said twenty-third day of May next, to
receive their proportion of the assets of said de
ceased, and failing to do so, they will be precluded
Given under my hand and seal, this twenty
aecond day of February, A. D., one thousand
eight hundred and filty-nine.
W.F. DURISOE, o.s n. [r.. 5.]
Ordinary's Office, Feb. 22, 18.9 3m 7
TJUS' RECEIVED via Charle~ton, per
l8teamer Isabella, 20 Dozen Dr. Martin's world
renown COUGli MBDICINE. For sale at Sib
ey's Corner. B. L. GENTRY, Agt.
MInburg, Feb 9 ti &
LIGHT FOR THE SUFFERING
DR, MARTIN'S GREAT REMEDY!
y Certain Cure for Consumption!
And all I.ung Diseases-Shortness of Breath
-Dyspepsia and Dysente y-Worst Ca
ses of Croup and Cholie, &c., &c.
This Medicine is purely vegetable. being com
posed entirely of best Rye Spirits and West India
Gums, and other Extracts wh'ch are healing
to the Lungs.
ggIt is a most pleasant drink.
gVOne Bot-le should be cari ed b' every man,
woman or child travelling to mix with tne water.
IgPrice one Dollar per bottle. If It does not
give entire satisfaction I will refund the money.
gWFor sale by X. L. GENTRY, Agent, at
Sibley's Cori.er, \ith Messrs. I. & N. E. Solo
mon, whmre I always will be found with a large
supply of the above VALUARALE MEDICINE!
T am also always in the market (at Sible) 's Cor
ner.) for purchasing Cotton, and will pay the
highest market price for fine Cottons.
For the above Medicine apply tp
R. L. GENTRY, Agt.
Hamburg. Ja'n 25, 1859. ly 3
FOR TUE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs, and
BaRxmn, 3ass. 20th Dec,, 1855.
Da. J. C. Area:! d' notihestate to say
the best remedy I havo ever found ftr
Coughs, lienrsenesa, Influenza. anld the
crmeomitaint symptomsof a Cold, isyouir
CumiaIr PcoIaIAL. ItN Contanut Use in
my practice anti may family for the last
ten years hias shown it to possess supwe
rir virtues for the treatment of ties.
comnplatints. EBEN K3IuIT, 3. ).
A.B. 310RtTLEY, EsQ.,of UtICA, N. Y., writes: "I have
used your Jkceral myself and in my family ever since
you invented it, and believe it tie iest medicine for itt
purpose ever put out. With a bad cold I shouldi sooner
pay tweuty-ilve ,tollars for a bottle than do without It, or
take any other romedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough Influenza.
SraNismFiLo, 31ns., Feb. I,1850.
fRlorsa Ara: I will cheerfitily certify your etclordl
is the bost remedy we possess for the cure of whooping
cough, croup. andl the chext diseases of children. We of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to our peol,1e.
IIRAM CONKLIN, M. D.
AMOS LEE, Esq., Mortmr, IA., writes, Sd Jan, 18656:
SI liad i, tedious Imninensa. which coafinel me in doors
six weeks; took many medioinus without rtlief; finally
tried your Ptebral by thie advice of our clergynian. The
first dlose relieved the soreness In my throat and lungs ;
less than ono half the bottle made me completely well.
Your umedicines are the cheapest as well as the beat we
can buy, amid we esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies,
as the poor mani's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
WsT araccaestss, PA., Feb. 4, 1856.
Sm: Your Cherry Jkctoral is performing marvellous
cures In this section. It has relieved soveral from alarm
lug symptome of consumption, and is now curing a man
who has labored under an affection of the longs for the
ls3 forty years. . HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, 3. D., Aummoir, Moxeom Co., IowA,
writes, Sept. 6,185: "mDuring my practice of many years
I have found nothing equal to your Cherry loral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or caring
such as are curable."
w1ght add volumes of evidence, but the most eon
' fing proor if, the lirtuesof this remody is found In its
effects upon trialo.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known wjlic'a
cured so nmany mind such dangerous cases as this. Sonme
no human aid can reach; butt even to those the CGerry
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
-Aevoa floes;, Ner Yoex City, ?Marchi 5, 1856.
Docrox ATza, Lowxu..: I feel it a dutly and a ileasmure
to inform yu whmat your C/.erry Petoral has done for nay
'wife. She had beeni five mionthms labtorig under the dan
gerons symeptoums of Consumption. fromn whmich no aid we
could pirocuare gave hera mucrh relief. Sheo was steadily flail
ing. until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have coums for
advice, recomumended a trial of your miedicine. We bless
his kindness, as we do your skill; for she lhas retcovered
fiom thast day. tihe is nmot yet as strong as ithe used to
be, but is free froum her cough, and cails herself well.
Yours with gratitudo and regerd,
ORLANDO SIIELIIY, or Suxt.Bivz.E.
-Omnsumpimsts, do not despair till you have tried Avin's
Ciecaar Pacrosal.. It is made by one of the beet medical
ci.scenieta in theworld. and its etures all arouniltins bespeak
tme high merits of its virtues.-1hdeldphia Aedger.
Ayer''s Catliartic Pills.
Tp ilE sciencesa of Chemistry and Medicine hmave been
Ltaxed their utmost to produce this beat, meet perfect
purgative which Is known to amuan. Innummerable proofs
are uhown that these PuILLs iato virtuesa which surpass ia
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win nty
precedentedly upon the esteema of all men. They arossib
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene.
trating propertiesstimnulato time vital activitiesof the body,
renmove time obstructione of its organs, purify time bloodi,
an expel disease. They purge out the foumhumiors wih
fbreed anmd grow diatenmper, stinmuhate uluggishm or disor
dered organs iato tbeir natural action, and Impart healthy
tonme with atrengthm to the whole system. Not only do
they cure the every-day coampilaits of every body, but
also formidabie and dmuigerous dipeaseis thait have baffled
time heat of humman skill. While thmmy produace powernd
effect', they are at the same time, inm mdliinishbed dloses, time
sfeat and best phmysie thmat can be enmployed for children.
Bieinmg sugar.coated, they are itleasant to take; anmd being
pureiy vegetable, are free from anmy risk of hmarmn. Cures
hare beena made which surpass belief were they not sub.
atanitiated by inen of suchm eximlted piovitin and character
as to forbid time sumpilcion of untruth. Many endlnent
clergymen amid phiysictins have lenmt their namesm to certify
to thu ptublic the reliability of umy remedies, while others
hmave sent tme the assurance of their convictiona that mny
Prepatrations contrlibute Iimensely to the relief of nmy
af~iched, sufferinmg fellow-mmen.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
A mericau Almainae,containing directions for their use and
certificated of their cures, of the following complaints:
Costivenemst. Diliouis Conmpilits, Rlhenmatismi, Dropity,
liearturnm, Jlemdamchie arising from a fbul i-tonmachi, Nau
sea, lndlgesthamo, Storl~id Inaction of time Dlowels anid p'aln
ariinmg thieefrom. Fliatmulency, ila of Appetite, mll Ulcer
ous anmd Cutaneouis Diseasee whichm require an evacruant
mnedicinie, Scroflai or King's EviL They also, by purify.
lng time blooda and stimulating time systeam, cure many
conitlinmts whmicha it would nut be smupposemd they could
reach, sumch as Deamfnes, l'artial lilindnesm. Neuiraigla anmd
Nerioums irritabHily, Deiragemenits of the Livernnd KIfd
neys, Comut, amid othmer kindredh conmilaints arising from a
low state of time bodty or obstruction of its functiona.
Do not be put ol by unprlicipled dealers with some
oilier ii they make umore profit on. Ask for Aria's
Pn.L.s, and take noihing elste. No other they can give
you compares withm thl In Its intrinmsic vialue or curative
powers. Time sick want-the best aid thmere is for them,
and thmey should have It.
'Prepared by Dr. JT. C. AYER,
IPraetioal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, llass.
Paica 25 Crs. ra fex. narn Doxas ron $1..
0. L. PENN and DRS. A. (I. & T. J. TEAGUE,
Edigefield C. 11.; A. J. PELL ETIERt & CO., Ham
burg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale by
HAVILAND, CUICUESTER & CO., Augusta, Gas
June2 ly , 21
D ICK CHEIA THIAM will stand the ensuing
season at Harnman Oallman's, and Edgef-Ield
Court Ilouse, at Ilhirty dollars the season, with
theo privilege of sending any other season until a
Mare proves in foal.
DICK CIIE ATtHA M is a beautiful black colt,
four years old in Muy next, full fifteen hands
three inches high, and weighs about eleven hun
dred and fifty pounds. He. was a gomod race horse.
H-o was sired by Imported Albiun, his clam was by
Imported Leviathan, grand dam by Pacelet, great
grand dam by Top Gallant, great, great grand
damn by Lamplighter, &c.
The Albions have run 20 races this winter and
wonm 16, beating the cracks of Kentucky at Mem
phis Tennessee; the cracks of Virginia at Charles
ton, S C., and the cracks of Alabama at Mont
gomery, Mobile and Culumbus.
Til0.\AS 0. BACON.
January 19, 185 9 Ui
J am now receiving a largo supply of M ACK
Ii EL L, No 3, in i bl., and No 1 anad No 2,
in Kitts, &c.
A'so, a good supply of thme Pinik Eye Plan'ing
POT ATOES. They are Fresh anmd very prolific
in yiel.S. E. BOWER S, A gent.
llmburg, Feb. 2, tf 4
ESTRAY NOTICE-oiled before me,
on the 2gd D~ec. 1858, by Felig Lake, living
eight milea North of Edgdlsfie C. I1., an Entrhy
BAY M ARE MULE, 21 or 22 years old, 14 hamnds
high, mand numeromus marks of thmegear on 1her sides
and legs. A ppraiaed at $15.
L. COR LEY, M.B.D.
January 5, 1859 4tm 52
OTICE-Jhli Seigler, living 10 miles north
ofeAi, tmoll baefaore me a small BAY
liORSE, with a white spot on his fo chm'.-a anad a
white spot on the right auo of his neck ; suppmosed
to be about 17 years old and appraised at forty
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
prperty, pay charges and take him away.
8AM'L. POSEY, ME.s.
Dee, 18, 1858. 4tui* A
NEW CARPET STORE.
GO NO LONGER NORTH,
G AfR P E T NG
JUST RECEIVED AND IN STORE.
RICH English Velvet Carpeting, English and American Three-Plys,
English Wire Brussels, Scotch Ingrain Carpeting
English Tapestry Brusssels, Hemp Carpeting, half wool and cotton Carpeting,
The above Goods are selected expressly for this market, and are offered at the lowest market prices.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
OR Halls, Entries, Rooms, &c. We have now in store a select stock of thoroughly seasoned
Floor Oil Cloths, 12, 18 and 24 feet wide, which we will cut to fit entries, halls, rooms, &c.,
pud at as low a price as the same quality of Goods can be purchased for, North or South.
Also-4-4, 6.4 and 84 Floor Oil Cloths-good Goods, at the low price of 621 cents per square yard.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
W E have now on hand ana just received, several invoiees of the above Goods, in gold border
plain, gold border basket centre, gold border flowers, and. gold border plains, landscapes
any quautity, plain panel bordered Shades, and buff Holland Shades. The above Goods we are
otibriug to our- customers and the public generally at really low cash prices. Our prices range
from $2 to $12 per pair, all trimmings included. JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 Broad Street, next to the Bank of Augusta.
F OR Church Aisles, Entries, Stairs, &c. We are offering to the public an assortment of Eng
lish Venetians, seldom found in any Southern market: they are imported direct by ourselves,
and we can afford'to sell them at the fair market value.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
30 inch and 35 inch Round Rods, 36 and 40 inch x 1, 11, 11 and 1J inch fluted
30 inch x 1 inch oval, Stair Rods, brass,
30 " x 1 " hollow, 30, 36 and 40 inch x 11 and 1J inch silver
:10 " x 1 and 11 and I! hollow, plated Stair Rods.
36 and 40 inch x 1 and 1 inch hollow.
Orders filled promptly for the above Goods, JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER
205 Broad Street, Augusta, 4a.
4614DRUGGETS, "all Worsted," suitable for Crumb Cloths: 12.4 Druggets, all wool,
"4suitable for Carpets or Crumb Cloths. 6.4 Druggets, &c., all wool, at 50 ets. and 6.21 cts.
per running yard. JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
COCOA & CANTON MATTINGS.
3 8Q 4-4, 54, and G-4, Cocoa, Mattings, suitable for olices, counting houses, hotel entries, and
"-, public thoroughfares, &c., &c. 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 Canton Mattings, in white, red,
checked, cbene, striped, &c., offered at prices to suit the wants of at.
Jchn Cressly & Sons' double sided Mosaic Rugs, in dogs, peafowls, lion, sporting scene, fox and
rabbits, and the American eagle, &c.; Velvet Rugs, Tufted Rugs; Tapestry Rugs, etc.
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE DOOR MATS.
The Irish Cocoa Mat, imported direct; Scotch Cocoa Mats; American Cocoa Mats, Manilla,
Tufted, Choir, Grass, and Sheepskin Mats.
All of the above goods we offer at the lowest market prices. Carpets made, fitted, and laid.
Oil Cloths cut and laid, by competent men, thoroughly acquainted with the business.
Those in want of the above goods are respectfully requested to give us a look before purchasing.
SijrCountry orders promitly attended to.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
New Carpet Store-205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga., near to Bank of Auguasta; and
JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, S. C.
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 2, 1859. ly 4
WM. H. GOODRE D ,.
- ~[REPRESENTED BY CHARLES Mc .Rf~
iWaHaOLme-RQ&4IK1 OOMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 271 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
[FIVE DOORS BELOW BONES, BROWS A C0.'S.]
E ALER IN SUGARS. COFFEE, TOBACCO, SECARS, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH
BAGGING, ROPE, TWVINE, NAILS and WOODEN WARE, BACON, LARD, FLOUR,
FISH, SALT, &c., &e., including everything usually found in a Wholesale Grocery House,
PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOJLICITED.
IN STORE, AND TO ARRIVE
200 bags fair to choice RIO COFFEE ;
25 " prime Old Government JAVA COFFEE~
20 half and quarter chests GREEN and BLACK 'l'EAS;
100 bbls. A to C Stuart's REFiNED SUGARS;
.20 " " CRUSHED "
12 boxes " LOAF "
12 hhds. prime to choice NEW ORLEANS SUGAR;
100 boxes TOBACCO, various brands; 75,000 Spanish and German SE8ARS;
1,000 kegs NAILS, assorted ; 150 kegs SPIKES5, assorted ; 2,000 sacks NEW SA LT;
100 packages NEWV MACKEREL;) 40 whole, half and quarte.r boxes NEW RAISINS;
100 boxes Goshen anid English Dairy CHEESE ; 5 kegs prime Gosheni BUTTER ;
10)0 " Adamatntine and Sperm CANDLES;
'50 " Pearl STA RCH ; 50 boxes Family and No. 1 SOAP.
BAGGi[NG, ROPE and TWINE, BACON and LARD, PEPPER, SPICE, GINGER, SODA,
NUTM EGS, llLUESTONE. COPPEltAS, INDIGO, MA[)DER, SNUFF, .Painted
TrUBS and BUCKETS, Cedar TUBS and BUCKETS. Brass and Iron Bound
WATER CANS, COCOA DIPPERS, MEASUR ES, BROOMS, &c.,
&c., Rifle and Blasting POWDER, SHOT and LEA D..
-All of which are offered to th~e Trade on the most reasonable terms.
PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
WVMY. II. GOODRICH,
271 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
January 5, 1859 3m 52
EST ES & C LA RK, 'IlRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
AUGUSTA, GA., AUGUSTA, GA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
OFF ER for sale on the most Favorable TERMd,(1OTNEteaoebinsnalisbr
75 Bales Heavy Gunny BA(GING; chs;tteAECNFUDY n
300 Whole and hair Coils l:OPE; wilb;hnflfrodr o
200 lRaus Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE; AL; ID NAD RS ATNS
25 lihids New Cr01) SUGA RS;
100 Ebls. Clarified EUGA RA, A B. and C; ; ' 0( lna il, alRas 'i~s n
25 " Crushed and Powdered SUGAR; ; ahnr fal ecito
300 Whole and IHalf Hoxes CANDLES;
1.50 Boxes TOBACCO, various brands; Agsa et y 3
50000 SRGAIRS, assorted Brands;
200 Kegs NAILR, assorted; ;A DE& cW N
1000 Sacks SA LT, in twilled .Cacks ,
300 Bbls. Planting POTATOEsS; 'iu Maen
200 Whole, Half and Qr. Bbis. M ACK EREL; ; "" 5L~JW~JW Lf~
60000 1.bs. Bacon SIDES and a HOULDERS;UAVNthsdyfreaCoptnripwl
200 Bbls. Fresh Thoniaston LIME; ;1ocp h toi etajiigtePs
200 Dbls. LIQUORS and WINE3; Ofcadwl ieteSRCETATN
3000 H emlock solo I.E A THER; T;Nt.albsns mtutdt hi ae
25 Bales Heavy 0.$NAlIURG-;;WLY n OIEYBDIE aet
BUTTER, CIIEESE, LAiRD, FEOUR. odradwratd
Augusta, Jan 4 3m 52 ~~riua teto ilb adt ac
G R ~~DI IR EAugeusta, Novt 1 ty* '3
ANDEE F McEWEN,
WHOESAE AD RTAL DALES AITCH NMKR IVO JEWELRS
ocup EETheLL noomnetdoigthe iesort
wz~j~, ~LI' outhCalin and wlgiethe soThITS ATgThN
BAGGROEPWDRSHT,~ TeiON now paruies tourustdioah eiae
of ver Dscrpton OFEERY adSOETY ADE AdeITo,
Asrell adeo arranted mraadosr
Jan 7 tf2 jWPersosticular at rten inomtion will b adt ac
plas adrss.u at Grntvle . C.DE
GCROY OERE CO.D P.h MOOLE.
Edgen19d Nof t 42
D'lANTINA &a Ret UBBDArDn Tl TAEO O~ CRLN
BOESL N SH ESTRUNDELES EINEDDSTIT
SUALRSS, CARPEE, TAGS, w . I RIAY
FreGn, AmricnPEd, ma COWDER SKINT, WTraMrgrtWli, ahapie om
Sho LatsSho PetsSho Thead; * goo. nA caleGtANdTVLE S.eim oll., ln
do~crip~on. *TESECe.TFeULLY toncesan adonh all c aizndo
Courth aron ina on d theda oft alargeimi, toa
h o e nograed tuns
Assce iefEes Desitice .
attste, t th Unerignd, n o beoreth 16t March made, ofa F.o maOri, on s ea
day of Ma next, ad all thoenabdebtdetosths _canbe__foundany__ where__ inthe
speciied-a a setlemet of aid Iattplus se addSTreeiea,6Grani.evioic, Nort Carl
W~aoesae un Reail ealrs-n TIE SATE F SUTIICARLIN
he Grro-verds 'EalsUor
IS UNIVERSALLY PREFERRED
FOR FAMILY SEWING!!
1st. It Is more simple and easier k,-pt in order
than any other machine.
2nd. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel,
If every third stitch is cut.
3d. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thus
all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while the
same machine can be adapted at pleasure, bya
mere change of spool. to all varieti of work. I
4th. The same machine runs silk,linen thread,
and common spool cotton, with equal facility.
6th. The seam is as elastic as the most elastic
fabric, so that it is free from all liability to break
in washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6th. The Stitch made by this maebine is more
beautiful than any other made either by hand or
A new supply of these celebrated machines, of
all the leading pattern, just received by
M. A RANSOM,
Agent for the manufacturers.
COPY OF LETTER RECEIVED FROM HON JAS. I.
HAMMOND. . ,
WASUINGTON, Dec. 11, 1868.
Sn: Tn reply to your letter asking my opinion of
Grover & Baker's Sewing machines, I take pleasure
in saying that they have more than answered my
expectations, after trying and returning others.
I have three of them in operation on my differ
ent places and after four years trial have no fault
to find. Yours, Respectfully,
J. H. HAMMOND.
To M. A. RANsox, Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
COPY OF LETTER FROM MR JONATHAN M. MILLER.
BEECH ISLAND, S. C., Dec. 18.h, 1858.
M. A. RANsoX:-Dear Sr, In reply to your
enquiry how I like the Grover & Baker's Sewing
machine, I take pleasure in saying that after using
it four months it has given entire satisfaction. It
Is simple and easy to understand, and has never
been out of order. My wife had no difficulty in
instructing a servant in the use of it. I am fully
persuaded that no invention of the age is more
worthy the attention of the public than that of
Vciy Respectfully yours,
JONATHAN M. MILLER.
ITA Reduction of one half the usual price is
made to all Ministers of the Gospel who have
Families, and to all Religious or Charitable So.
cieties where the Machines are to be used for pur
poses of Charity.
Hamburg Dec. 29, 1658. tf 51
JACOB'S CORDIAL I
TIME GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, DYSENTERY, DIARAHEA,
BILIOUS COLIC, COLIC INFANTUM,
Admirably adapted to many Diseases of Fe.
males, most especially Menstruation.
well known to require encomiums.
1st. IT cu'n's Tan woaRT OA5m or DIARalumA.
21. iT cURsEs TiaE Wos roEs oa' DvsNTvrltv.
8Jd. IT agnres CA:.xroa."IA on MExICAN DzAzuaa.
-4th. lvT aEI.1.vEA TanE UBYvniT COLle.
5th. lT cjause CIKOLEIA Monstrs.
6th. IT cUnts CItoLxuA INFANTL~M.
7th. It cUu'ra PA:nFUL Mxr.Neuvlr.
Sih. IT ItrIvEs l'AIN hN IACK .LsND LoiNia.
9th. Jr covsvau asr~otraNrsa AND D~S21ONDRXCe$
tot. IT xxseroais ianlEGU.AurrIF.. I,
11ith. I Pierta otLooxY AND IaYsTEaicAL EXIJNOs.
12th. It' AN A~untsL ToNsc.
A few short Extracts from Letters, Testimonial &c.
"I havesedJacob's Cordallin mty famiiily,ati have and
it a moat efficient, and In my jdmna valuable re edy.
Hodge HIA WARN
Judg ofSupemeCourt, Go '
" It gives me pleasure In being able to recomlmend.J b'M
Cordiat; my own personal experienice, and theexe-e
oft my neighbors and friends around me,lIs a sufficient ar
antee feer me to believe It to be all that It purports to y In
A sovreaiaGN ny.MEDY. WM. H1. UNDERWO03
Formerly Judo of Superior Court, Chernkee Cireci."
" I take grreat plasure In recommendilng this invalhable
medicine to all alieted with bowel diseases, fear whlicbe
ilere It to be a sovereign remnedy-deeldedly supe rior tegny
thing else ever tried by me.
A. A. GAULD'O
Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lode of Gori.
"I have used Jacob's Cordlial In amy fai Iland thlswith
all T hear about It as a- remedy by those wh bare trikd It,
induces me to belers that It standes at the head of everjpre
paration oft the kind, and I would recommend Its use tie the
dtsea'oa for which It is compounded.
MILES G. DODBTNS.
Cashier of the Bank of the State of GeorgIa, Grn "
" If there Is any credllbility In human testimony. ,la's
Coardial ncat stand pareeminentt abnre all other parepan ons
for the curne of Boawei D~isease. From thae mas uf teS aony
ini Its favor comning in from all quarters, It must be v, far
in adynnete. as a curative agent, of molast if nolt all her
-apatenatapreparastionls. A. FL EMIN,
Csier Marinae and Fire Insurance Entak, Grip ."
"ThIs eflicirnt remnedy Is travelling into celebrity as t as
Bonapcarte1,pmshed his columns into Russia, aid ja ning
comendtin wereerused."--Georgii /Jferaotilvc May
SOLD BY DRU7GGISTS EVER1YWHEE,
eWMerchntea, Druggists andl Physicianas suippiby
J1. AShilURT, Imported antd Wholesale Dealer, C les
toll, . C.
Sept. 22, 1858 ly 87
T HE LIVER INVIGARA'l B.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
[S a great scientific medical discovery, and is daily w lng
Scures, ailmost too great to believe, it cures as if~ by ag
ie, even the first close giving benefit, and .seldoam mot an
e ne bottle tirrequire~d to cure anly kind of Liver Con liat,
from the worst Jaundice or~ D~spepsia to a commot mad
ache, all of which are thte result of a diseased Liver. -
Thse LIver Is one of thme principal regulator4 the
humanl beady, and wen~a It perfeerms its funactios elI
lthe poawers of the sylemn___ are fully dierveetwd.~ 'he
stoanch Is almolest entirely deIalpendlaets the ithi)
actioan ol' the Liver tsor thae pareeper perfoarmanec. its
functieons. When the atom ~Iacth ,a at fault, thes eli
are at fault, ansd the wheote system so ute~ rs aIn t lese
quenice of utne eorgane-the ~ Liver-hlarving cee, tol
do Its duty. For the disens -es of thaet orgaa, 'eae thec
proprieturs has miade It his study, it a prae e ei
mor thn weny yar, tnnsome remledy ore
w i th to counteract the many derangemen t o
which it la liable.
To prove that this rse'~ medy Is at lajet feeund fly
person troubled with Liv ' e r Complaint i n ny
of Its f-us, has but to try a bottle, and convictlis
certaln. ;a. b
A compound has been formed bydissolving gme
and extructing that piart .. whIch Is soluble fort~ ac
Sive virtues of the muedi cinse. These gums ea v
all morbid or bad matter F1frsom thle system, saily
hig in thserplace a healtthy fleew of ble, Inl)VlgO~l
the~ stomtache causliag food to digest well, pung
the blooda, gilig tonie and hsealtht to the ie lit.f
nly, remov riag the causes of the disease, ande cc
inaga raedical cure without an y of the dlisag. blo
afte: elfectse, felt by usIng l'Calomel or Minera ae
son 'hat is usuanily resor ted to. .
One dose aft-r eating is~ sulcent to relieve. the
stomatch, anad prevent the ).(food from rising and sear
Only 0on0 dose taken b'efore retiring, prwents
Only onie dose taken at night loosens theel
gently, and cures costive'- ness.
One Ihee taken alter each ' meal will curs D a.
W70ae dose of two tea spoonanail wIll alws re
lieve Sick Headache.
One bottle taken for fe male obstruction. rr es
the cause of the dlsessa . and makes a perfe e.
Only onm dos immnedi sc~ telyreliees Choli hails
Onedose,often repeated, is a sure care fr Chol.
era Morbas, and a pre .~ ventative of Chiol 'a
One dose, taken often, ,,will prevent tho r ce
of Bilious httacks, while it relieves all pa feel
P'Only one bottle is needed to throw o the
system the efets of medl cine after a lon~g si ess.
One bottle taken for 1 Jaundlcc, ron all
yellowness ot unniatural Cl)color from the skin.
One dose talen a short time before eating gives r to
the atppetite, ai makes feond dilgest well.
One edn'e, elbn repented, cures Chronic Dlarrh .In Its
worst fos, whie sunaner and bowel complaints d al
muost to the first lute.
One or two dotes eures attacks caused by worms, 'e fer
wosrms in cildaret, there is no sturer, safer or hlpee rem
edy in the world, as It never fails.
Therei noeoxaggeration in these statements; are
plain. soaber racts, that we catn give evIdence to pro bile
all who use it are giving teir uanimous testImo Ia Its
We take infinaite pleasure In rocommendlig this liine
as a pareventtive fur Fever and Ague, il Feve nd all
Fevers of a Bilious type, It oaperates cth certa ty, and
thousands'are willing to testity to its wondlerthi virtus
Amon g the hundaereeds of Liver Remedlisa now .redl to
the ptulice there are none we entn so hIghly senI~.~ as
DR. SANFOtD'S INVIGCJ1hATOR, so genieral nown
now throoatelmns the Uaaton. This, prepaaratlinI truly a
Liver Inevlgoralor, prodeinag the miost hiappy reslts on all
who tise It. Ahinont inunerablecertlficates have een lvy.
en to the great virtue of this maedie lay those of hrgh-.
es tansdingn society, and we kniow it to be the b prepa
rain o abfre the pulie.-lubdon Cpunty' I
PRIICE, ONE D)OLLAR PElR BOTTLF .
FrslatProprnietors, .45 Droadway, Ne Uk
g"FrseatEdgefield U. I. by G. L. PEN nt.
A LL persons indebted to the Estate Mrs
Lucy Summerall, deceasied, are requ ed to
pay the ame forthwith ; and those having d snds
against said Estate will please reander thaem Iu pro
perly attested, as soon as possible. I desire tOsettle
up the Estate withount delay.
B. Fi. TALBERT, Adm'n
N~ov. 3, 185192. a
WXs H TUTT,
WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL
French, English / an d American
2%Tco. 3.8O, "E:rcocK lre
3,000 Lbs. for sale very low, by
W. 11. TUTT, Dfuggist,
180, Broad Street, Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &e
600 Gallons English Linseed Oil;
10,000 Lbs. Pure White Lead ;
Colours of all kinds. For sale at very low
figures, by W. H. TUTT. Druggist,
' No. 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE AND LARD OIL.
A large Stock always on hand and for sale low,
by W..H. TUTT, Druggist,
No 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For sale by
W. H. TUTT, Druggist,
No 108, Broad btreet.
Augusta, Nov 1 tf ' 48
THOMAS J, FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgin,
W OULD respectfully call the attention of Plan.
tor, Merchants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN *H1S LINE.
-I feel assured that no House in this City or else.
where can offer a stock superior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on more REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED !
All officinal preparations put up under the su
pervision of eraduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, and In strict conformity
with the formularies of the United States Phar
macopOill.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
Hair, Tooth, Paint and Wa11 rushes,
&c., &c., &c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
bion to my stock of
Paints, Ols, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FUID, &C-,
which I promise to sell 10 ped cent LOWER than
any House In this City.
Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the money will be returned and ex
.penceapaid in all cases..
Agent for Shermai's Patetr-Tram. and
the only depot for genuine Sweedish LEECHES -
in the City.
i"gsoliciting a visit beforo purchasing else
where,.I feel confident that the Inducements of
fered both in lowness of price and punctuality In
attending to orders, will secure a portion of your
5~gRemnember my Store is under the Augusta
Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, March 30 ly 12
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c,, &c,
T HE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
friends in EDGEFIELD and adjoining Di.
tricts,- for their liberal patranage during the last
ten years, would inform-them that they still con
tinue to keep on hand a large assortment of
from tbe oelebrated manufactories of R AVEN BA :
CON & CO., H AZELTON, BROS., and A. if.
GA LE & CO., New York. fort whom they are aol.
Agents. These Instruments having salready won
such far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
to repeat that for strensgt, durability and finish,
together with powcer, depth, stoeetness and sofa
ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persona
wanting a superior
woulM do much better to call andi select frnm a large
assortment, thiain by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
of itnferior makers, whe-re they have no choice, and
have often to pay highet prices for inrerior lnstru
ments, than tine ones of superio.r makers can be
bought fur. Every PIANd FORTE aoldl by us is
warrantedl in every respect, so the purchaser runs
no risk whativer. Pe.rsons ordering from a distance
from us can depend upon getting a GOOD) AR
TICLE, as we ma:ke itsa point to keep goods of the
betit quality ad such as we can recommend and
warvrant in every respect.
The'r stock of 1YIUSIC is very large and they
'are constantly reciving nil new pices as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality alwnys on hand.
They would also call attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nd oth.r articles.-A LSO
Always on hand the lairest assortment in the State
of G U ITA R S, VIOLINS, A CCORDEONS,
FLUT ES, I LAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS, &o.,
and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prinee's celebrated
ACCOR DEONS and VIOLINS repaired In the
aAll of the above articles sold at low prices for
Ceash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S.. and
April 7 1858 tf IS
ELLIB STREET, OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
BY NcO0NNELL k FISH,
Formerly o Hentucky.
T HE Undersigned bWleave to Inform the
LpubliC that they have taken the well known
PALACE STABLES, and Intend to carry on the
LIVE!RY AND SALE BUSINESS,
We are prepared to furnlsh Carriages with gen
tie Horses, and careful Drivers; also, Buggy and
Saddle Horses. Good COVERED LO)TS are pros
vided' for Drove Stock.
We have engaged the services of Mr. 3. L1
MIMS, who has been long and favorably known~
in the business, In this City,as the Swperintendent
of the Stables. lie will be found at aDl tisses'
ready to accommodate our customers. - .
Rated on Transient Horses, per Night, ,. 75 Ctv.
Single Feed......................60 "
We will use every effort to please all who 5ay
favor su with their patronage.
WM. A. McCONNELL,
Augusta, Jan 11, 3m 1
The Subscriber takes pleasure In Infiraing blet
friends and the public generally, that he can be
ounad at all times as above, Hie assures thene,
that no effort oin has part shall be wantinar to ren
der all those who may patronize the Stables, per
feet satisfaction. J. L. MIMS.
A ugusta, Jan 11 8m 1
THE BEST WHISKEY.
I am receiving this day some superior Virginia
and North Carolina WilEAT WHISKEY
Pure, and Warranted.
Also a large supply of the Old Corn Juice, sweet
Mash and Old Rye WISKEY.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Feb. 2, tf d
NOTICE-AlI persons desirous of employing
Nthe, Negro man .JOE, belonging to Mrs. tel
bels, may do so upon complying with the terms
mentioned in a paper which Joe carris with him.~
E. SEIELS, Agt.
Fo. 2 1659 d