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WRIGHT AND ALEXANDER,
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
A G U U S T A, GEO G IA,
A R E NOW opening their SPRING STOf K of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
which for extent and variety will be found
SILKS, GRENADINES, DERAGES,
ORGANDIE AND JACONET MUSLINS,
in newest designs and richest fabri-.
in great v '7 quality and style.
ANTILLAS AND SHAWLS,
Pi INTS, GING RAMS. BRILLIANTES, &c.
WHITE GOODS, FA31ILY LINENS:
Sular TALE LINENS of the hest make;
P1 LLIOW CASE and SiIEETING:
LINENS. DIAPEIS. TOWELINIIS:
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, (;euntmen
$17MMIR STUFFS for men and boys wear;
eari-enaLhe and Unlblenched SIIEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS of all grades.
TICKINGS, OSNABUR'IGS and G eo STRIPES.
To all of which they invite an examination and a
comparison of qualities and prices with any other
jW- Our (lood1s will he faound as represented.
Augusta. Gia., Mar 21 .m It
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1859
n30 NSAV-1~ & awMIZ&7AILL
.11Tiot RaAW Biti@h ,
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
G EO. W. FERRY has now in stire the
largest and hst assortment of SPRING ANa
S MMER ( 1GODS in his line, to be found In thia
market. Consisting if .
Beebe & Co., and Trade Style Moleskin HATS;
Black and Fjntuy Colored Cassimerte "
Atarlean and Frmech Felt Hats of every variety
of Style and Culue;
White, Black, Brown and Silver Leghorn HATS:
It A 6 " Sewed Straw
Patnamua and PalIn Loaf HIATS:
Yaaath's and Children's Fauey h ATS, great variety;
Ladios' Silk, Straw, Lace and Chip BONNETS;
Ladies' and .Missos Leghorn and Straw BLOOM
ERS. every variety of stylo and color;
Shaker IIOODS-all sizes:
Infants TURBANS and HATS-new styles;
UMBRELLAS of all varieties-very cheap;
This stock for variety and beauty of styles, is
unequalled In this market, and. the prices cannot
but be satisfactory. p0- Call and See.
A ugusta, March 22, tf II
SPLENDID FALL AND WINTER
Ramsey & Labaw,
( Oppntc the Uliona Rank.)
R ETURN their thanks to their numerous friendr
and customers foir their liberal patronage, and
b..g to a.sure theta that they are now manufacturing
ONE OF TIlE LARGEST and BEST STOCKS
Ever offered in the city, at prices below last year.
We have in addition, the Largest Stock of
In the South, A LL OF 0VUR OWN MAKE.
70--We invite oaur friends in Edgefield anal the
n.ly.ining~ Districts, to give-our Stock an eamaiia
.afn. We are alays anxioaus to exhibit maur Gaaaads.
and ; a confidenut that tho Qr u 1T1 And1 Pntcrs ol
our Clothing musnt give aiacation.
A ugusta .Sept. 22 tf 37
W. H. SALISBURY & C0O,
No. 257 BROAD STREET,
-A ,agytao, OGn.,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS;
PLAIN ad PLANISEED
FIY AND illTG PHIS;
BLOCK TIN, LEAD,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPES;
GA.S PIPES &s FITTINGS;
WOOD anad WILLOW WARE., &c., &c.
E.'ECUTED FROMPTLY ANiD IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
We arc constantly receiving additions to our
Anal invite the attention of all in want of anything
in our Linec.
WE KEEP ON llAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Which we are prepiared to put up at short notice
FOR TBlE SALE OF THE WELL-KNOW
MANUFACTURED IN TIS CITY,
THE EEST STOVE NOW IN MARKET.
VI . SAHSBRY & CO.
No. 3 DeKalb Range,
March 30 tf 12 .JBroaSt., Aagata.
SUPER PHOSPHA TE OULMEt
T HIE undersigned are Sole Agents for the sale ol
..this article, in this city. They offer it to the
Planters of the South, with confidence, as the best
anal most ecoanomical fertilizor faar all erops grown
in this elimate. Numerous testimonials, as to its
va'le, ezan be givcn fraam the maast reliable sources
--aielinag the Agricultural Soacieties oif Sauth
C araoliana anal Virginia, and Marylanad Instituto.
We append an extraict from one of numorous pr
vato letters, to the umanufacturers:
Cuaivesros, S. C., May 3, 1858.
Messrs. Rurgrr & Rtossos:-Your Agents have
informed mue that Rhaods' Sn'lper Phoasphiate is a
genereda faarrit.-, andla that Praif. Lcomanpto, of
Caahunuaia, bail aonfirmnead yaaur analysis. I met
0 tis-M ills. Esq.. a gentleman of wealth anal influ
enIee, who ifrnforme me that ho takes great intorest
in watching the parogress of Rthodaes' Super Phos
pIihatei of Lime, and said that fromi his observation,
be thinks it bound to be the fertilizer for the South.
A large stock constantly on hand, all of which
has been regularly analysed and waranted.
Pamphlets sent by mail, giving the analysis,
and full directions for Its use.
J. A. ANSLEY1 A CO.,
Augusta, Mar. 29, if 12
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!
tE A R GR ANIT E VIL LE, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of
South Carolina and the South at large, that he
is now prepared to ihrnish
OF EVERY VTYLE AND UALITY,
As wail made, of as good m..terlal, and on as rea
sonable terms as can be found any where in the
gW Persons desiring flether lnforiation wBi
p ae ss meM abGraguvlles, 8- 0
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T UE subscriber, after returt.i g thanks to their
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Distriete,
for their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
would inform them that they still continue to keep
on hand a large assortment of
r PIANO FORTES
from the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
& Co.,JIlazelton Bros., and A. 11. (ale I Co., New
York, for whom they are sole Agents. These In
struments having already won such far-famed ce
lebrity, it is only necessary for us to repeat that for
dtrength, darability and finish, together with poirer,
dlrpth, ,arertnes inld aftne of/ tone, they challenge
comptiftion. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
'rorte, would do much better to call and select from
a large assortment. than by dealing with Pedlars
and agents of inferior makers, where they have no
choice, and have eften to pay higher prices for in
ferior Instruments, than fine ones of superio?
makers can be bought for.
tvery Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
every respect, so the purchaser runs no risk'what
ever. Persons ordering front n distance from us
cal depenl upon getting a GOO)D ARTICLE, as
we make it a point to keel goods of the best quality
4ad such its we can reconuend and warraut in
every respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large. and they tre constantly receiving all
new pieces as they are published.
U'JT.ll fl II'L,I STMI5GS
of the the best quality always on hand. They
would also call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
aud other articles. Also, always on haud the larg
';.tassortment in the State, of
OUITARS, ACCOR-DEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAUEOLETS. V1OLIN BOWS,
&c., and every article of Mtsical Merchundise.
Carhart's and Needhau's and Prince's celebrated
Accordeons and Violins Repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
C.SH or City acceptances by '
EO. A. OATES & BROTHER,
Ilt 04 Ab-ST., A vqut.n, Ga.,
[Between United States and Globe Hotels.)
April 7, 185 , tf 13
CONLEY, FORCE & Co.,
Wholesale uInd lietail Draulera Inl
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather:
French, American and terman Calf Skins;
Lining, Binding and Top Skins;
Shaoe Lasts, Shoe Pegs, Shoe Threads;
Shoe Tols. Boot and Shoe Materials of every
Tanner's Tools, &c.
- Orders promptly attended to.
Augusta, Jan. 1. . 9ne 2
TRY ITI TRY IT!! TRY IT!!H
H OY T'S
AMMONIATED DONE SUPER
PHOSPHATE OF LIME!
A Substitute for Peruvian Guano.
T 'lIS is the article usud with so much succeass
in the l .t -rop, by the planters of Beech Is
ianad: it costs less anal is said to he superior to 1'eru
vian Guan'o, or any other fertilizer for Cotton.
Hi. & N. E. SOLOMON, Agts for S. Carolina.
HambilurgS.C.,Feh. 2,18~59. dit 4
A.)INIA TEl) DQ.SE
01' TuE MosT A P~uYi tc' aja tY.
A Substitute for Peruvian (Guano.
CIIEMICAL WORKS, NEW YORK,
OFFICE, 194 WA TEl? STRtEET.
Adjailning U'nited States Hiotel.
A FERTILIZER proaducing all the immaedlate
effects of the best Peruvian Guano, without
Lbn, danager oIf dlestroyinag a crop lay its coming ia
contact with the seed anda beiang lasting in the soil
years after the Guano is exhausted. It is pulver
isead to a tine powder, ready for use. No loss of
time andl labor in breaking lumps, screening, &c.
PuospnAr' or Lina is the only element in Guano
or any other fertilizer, fronm which permanent etfect
can be expected; hence that fertitizer which con
tains the most Phosphate, with a sufficiency of
ammonia to produce all the elfect that can beo hadl
from ammonia, is the best, inasmutch as more than
that is waste.
14 B.-To test the relative value of this fertilizer,
use in quantity and tall other respoeets same as Peru..
Packed in strong baags of 150 pounds. Barrels
average 275 lbs. eachl.
My Stiran Prtost-KA'r. Or Lti: is not an experi
ment. Four years trial of it upon all kinds of erolps
and soils, has praovead its value each year, and that
it is of uniform quality.
Try it side bly side with No. I Pertuvian Guano
upon all your crops, anal see whcich is cheapest, safe
est, and most lasting. As a Tot' Dnt':ssisa upon
grain car grass early in the Sparintg, it " will pany."
Certificates, dated from the tirst year of thte intro
duction of my fertilizer, each yenr since naight Ice
added; but the most satisfactory certificate is for
every farmer to try it for himnself.
Sold by the dealers in Agricultural Inmplemetnts
in the city, and at 122 West-st., cur. Dtey street.
PRICE $45 PER TON 0F12000 POUNDS.
f3A discount made to buycrs of 5 tons or more.
For directionus, analyses atnd certificates, sec pian
phlet, sent free upoin apaplication to the pcroprietor.
L. S. HIOYT, 194 Water-st., N.Y.
;ir I'. T/05l.-:--Observe thtat evern ca ntd
btarrel oft Ilovt's ideren: Pnacstenvrae or Li i
N. lt.--Etide I:-land,ofr Purailic Oceman Ii taun. Nao.
I Peruavian atnd C'slumbcianai ter*.a,(ttNora B:ys,
poratrrE und Pinaster, for sale itn atmy quatty,
.ind at lowest laice.
pe Orders supjplied for Super Phospahate of
Limea, ancd ather fertilitsers. with coefs of freight
added to prce in New York, by
T. P. STOVALL & Co., Agts,
No. 25S Bruud-at., Angffuta, Ga.
I amt permittedl toc refer the planter, act Egefie'lad
District to the gentlemaen here tnatmed, residlents of
Beech Island. who have used nay fertiliz~er upaon
con anda cotton theo past season, and have largely
inereasead their aorders for thte comitng season.
Dnt. ii. RL. Coos, CAIaT. Hi. L. MAIso..
C E R'T I F I C A T E.
B..IMontE, bec. 2:h, l258.
L. S. humr. Esq.--Dear Sir: I have tmade sever
aul analyses of your Sr-r.au PaoatrtAm..or Liac,
and consider it acne. of the best fertilizers in the
wacrlad. I have also been present in youar factory
while it was being prepared, and~ I know, from
personal observation, that it is carefully and con
scientiously maude. In reference to its use upon
cotton lands, concerning which you enquire of me,
I have to say that if you adept the very slight modi
fication which I have suggested, you will furnish
the planter with all the elements required by the
Cotton Plant, in a form capable of speedy assimila
The chief lngredients removed from the soil hv
cotton, are Potash., Soda, Limo, Magnesiat, Phoas.
pahorie and SulpahuricelAs. Facr the rlapidl graawth
of the plantt, Amncia is also reqttiired. Naai all
these materials oaf fertility tare ;aunantly sutppliead
lay the tmanure yo pcraopose ta. tfurnishc. It coatt ans
Phocsphaarie Acid in a fom readily ipplropraiated lay
planats, and itadeed all its ingredlientas are solublle
andl catn be easily assitmilated lay thce growinmg plant.
I have alraday futrnishedh yau witha taalyses whaichc
you have, so that you ado not nceed them repceated
I very cordlially recommnenad your foartilizer to the
favor'able notice of Southcerna Agricutltaurist..
9 Very respcectfutlly, yours, &ca.,
A SNOWDiEN PaIt('T. M. D.,
Ataulytical Chemois~t otf the Marylandc Institutec.
.TJoy to the World !!!
1E Greatest Discovery lat the World facr Curing
Fever atnd Ague, Chills and Fever. Never
known to fail. Fair scale~ by
PELLETIER A CO., Druggists.
Ilambuarg, Feb., 15 2um 4
A LL persons having any demands against the
Estate of Robert F. Cninghasm. deceased,
are requested to present them on Thursday the 5th
day of May, in the Ordinary Offie, on which day
a final settlement wIll be made. Also, all those in
debted to said Estate, will do well to settle on er
before that day, as after that time I will plaee all
unsettled buuineus in the hands of a proper Offier
-JOSEPH HMRRS, Adm'or.
Marh 2,1859 *t 12
GRAY & TUR LEY,
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THA'e THEY HAVE JUST
1DDITIONi A'ND IMPROV0EMENTS
TO THEIR STORE,
UNDER UNITED STATES'HOTEL,
WHICH AFFORDS THEM SUFFICIENT ROOM TO KEEP
ONE OF THlE
Ctgaliti, Oardt*0 1110h 61iltltIdt
TO WIICII THEY ARE CONTINUALLY ADDING ALL TIHE
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE
OR ARE PURCHASED AT 110ME.
Raving a Most Thorough, Competent and Eperienced furchaser
CONTINUALLY IN THlE NORTHERN MIARKETS, WHO DEVOTES HIS8
ENTIRE LABORS TO THlE SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES
PURCHASIGEXMCLUSIVLY FOR CASH!
and aitendiaq aill Leading, andE~ A ueftin Salet, where Dairgain a re to lbe found,
we can~ conjidently assure the pub/ic a Rauinsg of at least
TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT.
This is perfectly reasonable, and compatible with conunon sense and all MneRAN
TIE EXPERIENCE. If the public will'simply beair in mind a few ftelaigfc
ties which we have of obtaining GOODS, and the principal points by which our
Business is governed :-in the first place, we make no Bad Debts, as our business
IS STRICTLY CASH !
and consequently have not to make up such losses on Good Cash Paying Customers.
Secondly, recolleet the great Ieading fact of keeping Money always Turning Over~
we remit to our purenaser, and receive from him
therefore turning our mnoney ove at 1 least tw enty-five times a year,
AT TlE END OF TIIE SEA SOJ, EVEN AT THE
than if we were to mai:ke lfii per cent., 'iii a ;toc(k p~Iuass twvice a year, logsides
he lo'sses incurred from lhavinig to buy so largely at one tiime. inenrring the risk o
Changing Styles,&c. TIlIEN TIlE (ImtAT A1)VA NTAG E ofbhaving a thorough
Judge cointinually in maurlet,. who is always posted to a shade, in the rise or flall of
D1IY GOODS. If' these few plain truths are properly weighed, it will be readily
prceved the great advantauge in purchasing from such fresh supplies, at
UNQUALIFIEDLY LOW PRICES!
WE ARE NOWTI IN TiIE MIDST OF REC'EII'ING OUR
EE~W AF&1 ELE&A&T
Spring Stock of
TAPL AN FNY DRY GOODS!
INCLUD)ING~ EVERYTIIING TIIAT IS UsUALLY KEPT IN A
DRY GOODS ESTABLI-SHMENT,
Alnd ais we w'ish to inauguratue P'ERFECT SYST EXl in all our Deparlnen/ts
of Trade, the piublic can confdent ly rely upon
~COne Pocsiti-ve Price !
No mnatter how inerperienced the purchaser may lie in the un ue of Dry Goods. We
ioubld m~ost conjidently and respecdfidly invite an examination of our
GOODS AND PRICES.
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THlE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
and 115 CONGRESS STREET, SAVANNAIL
N. B.-Parcels Delivered in all parts of the City, and Hamburg,
FREE OF CHARGE.
hgaa G..... Em. c ..1 1U ar. 2m 10
RAMBURG, S. C.
Have Just Received a Large Lot of
PURE WHITE LEAD,
S. C. SODA,
CO) LIVER OIL,
GARDEN SEEDS, &c:, &c. -
All of which are for saleonthe most reasonable
terms. We solicit a call.
PELLETIER & CO., Druggist.
Hamburg, Feb 15 2m G
LIGHTfor the SUFFERING MILLIONS!
A CERTAN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
And all Loug Dieusen-Shortneu Jrof ih-Dyy
pepsia and Dyentery-1-Wlorut clene of 0rou1p
and Calic, &c., &c., &c.
T HIS medicine is purely vegetable, being com
posed entirely of best Rye Spirits and West
India Gums, and other Extracts which are healing
to the Lungs.
It is a most pleasant drink.
pi One bottle should le carried by every man,
woman or child traveling to mix with the water.
pr- Price One Dollar Per Bottle.&.
If it does not give satisfaction I will refunl the
7pirv Far salc by R. L. GENTRY, Agent, at Sih
ley's Coruer, with Messrs. 11. & N. E. Solomon,
where I always will be found with a large supply
of the above VALUABLY Pnoir'rT. Also,
I aim also always in the market (at Sibley's Cor
ner,) for purchasing cotton, and will pay the highest
market price for fine cottons.
RicnEoND Co., Ga., March 8, 1859.
Capt. R. L. GENTnY-Dear Sir: I take great
pleasure in recommending your Cough Remedy,
(Dr. Martin's.) I must say its the best I have ever
used in my family, and don't think any family
should be without it. Yours. with respect,
W. T. SH[ARPLEY.
For the above medicine, apply to
R. L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan. 25, 1859. ly 3
SHATTERFIELD. P. 0., S. C. 1
March 31, 1859. j
Capt. R. L. G -rity-Dear Sir:-I take great
pleasuro in recommending your Cough Medicine
to the paublic, as being one of the best Medicines
ever offered to asuffering world. One bottle effected
a cure in may f~tamily which I thought incurable.
No family should be without this valuable Medi
cine. For sale by may friend R. L. GF.ETnr, Ag't.
Hlamburg, S. C.
J. P. QUATTLEDI'M.
EdlgeI'elu District. . C.
G-ABDElT SEED 1
E M. PENN has on hanud a full assortment of
e Garden Seed, which he warrants pure, fresh
Jan 20 tf 3
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
IWILL attend at the.-times aba places hereinaf
ter specified, to Collect the State and District
Tax for the year commencing the let day of Octo
At Dr. John Mobley's, Monday, 28th March.
" Mrs. Norris', Tuesdaay, 29Jth "
" F. E. Bodie's, Wednesday, 30th "
"Watkin's Store, Same Evening, 3 a'clk.
" Perry's, Thursday, 31st "
"Mickler's, Friday, 1st April.
"Ricbardsun's, Saiturdaty, 2nd "
" Smayth's Store, Mondaty, -4th "
"Sister Springs, Tuesdany, 5th "
" Burnett's, SameEvening,30'elk.
"Rountree's Store, Wedlnesday, 6th "
"Shatterfield, Thuirsday, '7th "
"Liberty Hill, Friday, 8th "
" White House, Saturday, 9th "
" Reil 1ill, Mondlay, 11th "
" Choathiam's Stare, Tueday, 12th "
" Pleasant Lane, Wednesday, 13th "
" J. S. Smyly's Store, Thursday, 14tb "
" Mrs. Allen's, Friday, 2 e'clk.15 th "
"Dr. J. C. Ready's Mounday, J8th"
" Lybrand's, Weidnesday, 20th "
" Hiateher's, Thunrsdauy, 21st "
" G raaniteville, Fridhty, 22ndi "
"i Iench Islanid, Palnrilbiy, 2.'id1
" llamhubarg. 'iloiiiby, 25th "
"Cheroikee Pondus, Wednaesdlay. 27th "
j ..al & 3rd, Mamy.
After~ which time mny hl:<k will cliose fir thec
presenit year.. 'T'ax p;ye'rs amust lie punlctual, as I
shaall b~e chompleled toa closce r lenve their exeu
tionas ini the hiands of the Sherlit, before I start foar
Thme liegistrationa of liiribs. Deniths and Marri
nges, still requairedl. Time froma the first of .Janu
ary, 1858S, to the first uf January, l1819. Inm caise
of wrie birt lea, the time ad place, namies and resm
idences ofi piarent.', aex ant d name of child, (if it,
have the latter,) amal whether horn alive or de ad:
in ease of dleuat~hi bit, the dlate, plinco anad cause
of death, nameac neea sex, whether sinagle or amar
ried, occuipatiu'n, resiidenace ad naivity of the de
easedl, with n~ame.s and ramaes of parents: in
ease of bartheu und deeeath <f dura.c the samea items,
together with the aname of the ownear, inastoad of
name of thme de:aseil and the naames of parents.
The law hbus nnnexed aL fine of ten dullairs upon
all personas whao slalh refuse to give the abouve in
fornfation. I hope that every tax payer will come
prepared to give thme necessary intformmation.
THIEO. DIEAN, T. C. E. D.
Mar. 18 tf 10
Blue Ridge Rail Road Compa
ny in South Carolina,
CH A R LESTON, 191th Februnsry, 1859,
S URSCRIlIEllS TO THlE UAPITAL STOCK
are haerebay notIfied that the E[I~ITEENTH[
anad NINETEENTH instalmeants of the old sub
scription, and TlWENTY-FlIVE PER CENT ot
the ntew subscriptiuan, are angiuired to be paid us
The EfltillTrEENTIH instahnsaent on the 19th day
of Ap~ril necxt.
Thae NINEEENTIH instahnenct on the 19th day
f May next.
TEN P'EII CENT. of the new subseription~on
the 10th day oif Mairch next.
TEN PElt CENT, of tthe new subscription on
the 1mbtl daiy of Aprnil next.
FlIVE PiER CENT. of the new subuscription on
thae 1uth dny of May next.
Bly iarder. WM. II. PERtONNEAUT.
March ItS, 1859 10t 10
T IIE Credhitors of HENRY 11. IIILL, dlecased,
claimaing under the Deedl of Assiganment, for
their benefit, biy bim executed in isis life tieno, arc
herehay ruquired to, present their respuect imv dleannds
to the subscriber oaa or before the 20th day of A pril
Andl the said cditors arc hecr'by notified tom lbe
amti appeamr atEdgefleldl nurt Hlouse, on the dasy
aboive mnenthiuoned, at whiich timae andl place a finil
distribautioin among them will lie madaie of all amnd
singuar, the aissigned effects andl estate uof the sasid
H. 1H. Hill, riamaining in the hands of the suabscrl
ber, pursuant to the parov'isions of the. snaid aloed.
.Tan. 18, 3m 3
STEAM MILL NOTICE.-rom and aifter
~Monday 'ith of February next, Monday, Tumes
day and Wednesdlay of each week, will be assigned
for Sawing Lumber at my Steam Mills, and Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday for thme grinding of Grain,
until ftrther ntles. B. T, EMS.
In returning thanks to the friends and patrons of the late firm of DICKEY &
PRIBBS, would also Announce that he has just returned from the Northem
Markets, where he has purchAed a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY G00D81
Which have been selected with the most judicious nicety and greatest care. To
the Ladies, he would most respecfully suggest that the DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT will be found to conpribe the most
EII STYES AND lATEST NMfTTIES OF THE SEASON!
Black Gros de Rhine and Bischoff's SILKS;
Fancy PLAID and ROBES A'LIS; Foulard and India SILKS;
Tissuc, Barege, Grenadine and Organdie ROBES;
Plain BAREGES, and Printed MUSLINS; Cashniere, Stella and Crape SHAWLS;
Barege Scarf, French Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS and TALMAS;
Linen and Debeige DUSTER S, &c., &c.; French Lace, Crape, and Leisse VEILS;
Swiss and Jaconet COLLARS & SLEEVES; Embro'd SETTS, Crape do, Lace do;
Ladies' Kid, Silk, and Thread GLOVES and GAUNTLETS;
Misses" Silk and Thread "6 is 6
Ladies' and iisses' HOSIERY, &c., &c.; 1IOUP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
A large stock of Bleached and Drown SIlIRTINGS, and SHEETINGS; Scoteh and Ruesia DIA
PERS and TOWELLINGS; NAPKINS. tc.: White and Brown DAMASKS anl Table CLOTHS;
Cotton, Damask. and Woollen Talde COVERS: Pillow Cane COTTON: Irish LINENS: Marseilles
and Lanenster QUILTS, &c.. Le.: French, Engliolh ad Amerie:an PRINTS. in great variety; Mourn
ing PRINTS: Furniture CHIINTZES; ClIAMBAYS; Plain anwd Printed BitiLLIANTS; Scotch
and American tiNtllAMS: Liin DRILLINGS: Farmers' SATIN, TWEEDS. CASSIMERES,
COTTONADES; KeIntIcky JEANS; Enminette DRAPE ]YETE; Lasting CLOTHS, &e.
W Great inducements oJred to Merchan ts and PersonsZurchasing Plantation Bills
Particular attention paid to orders. Goods sent to any part of the City & Hamburg.
Augusta, March 30, -tf 12
SPRINC AND SUMMER TRADE.
J.M. NEWBY & CO.,
HAVE NOW ON HAND
A. SPLENDID STOCK OF
. At WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Also,
CLOTHS, CASSIERES & VESTINGS,
W~iik will lie Ma/'de p to Order
ME M0ST FSEQ0NiABLE STYLE~S
WARRANTED TO FIT.
AL.SO, DEALERS IN
All of which will be Sold at the Lowest Prices, by
Je. Ne Newby & Co.
Under the United States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, March 21 tf Ii
No. 200 Broad-st., Augusta, Ga.,
To g thew e ir of the AIeertiser :
IIS will inform may frietal., that I haave the Ile r - -
Tatisortmnent oft tJ AnOF:Y Sea~n ever bru;:h t O
thi. market. They are fruom the celebratedl hu-e.
of Landreth and Thorburn of this country, ad the
imported fromu Nilmorin, of Pais.
All who have tried the European, know that they
are superior to our aeed as a side by sik% trizal will
In the Dntt: aN M.ntetys. LAsa, I can serve
my customers with as good and~ on terms a. reasont- TlEROEAD AE
able as any House iu Augusta.
Feb. , tfV. LA TASTE.4 SW N A HN S
D'ANTrIGNAC & HUB IAlt D, i vr hr tthlect
all'rhetele efewndin thrtd i taDealerwhie th
S U G A R~ S, C 0OF F EE, T EA S, tnteahn mi edaaelutlaur,/y
WINES, BRANDIES, 4h h oeucahn useik ie hed
BAGGIiNG. RLOPE, POWDER, SilOT. LEAD D oanslclcttwihenlfclt.
GROCERIES ofElELY DESCRIPTION. waht~.iohtg t elews!
50). 292 RifRtlthoD-ata., --eritlmite ci'ter b-handor ma
Janti. - tf 2 cue
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
freuti), EfItliJi anib SiteicUan1Cp faetrfo o.l .HXOD
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.asren aytt htteyaemoehna
BLUE STONE. see ycjettotatrtya n eunn
3,000 pounds for sle very low, byihtothe ftemnoprtnonydieen
. W. H. TUTT, Duraarsv, lesatdatrfuyaieralaenoff o
180 Droad-st., Augusta. flt. orrptcflJ.1.H M O D
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c.
500 . . . Gnllons English Linseed Oil;
10,000. l'eunds Putre Wiiate Lead; Cp fLte rmOAHNK ILR
CU0I0II8 OiP .LL KINDIS. fear eale at very low Dwc s.~o .C.Dc1.58
ftgurcs, by W, JI. T UTT, Unrmuas, A.R oi-ea ~.'Itrcd toyue
lat8 rtoatd-st., Auagu.,ta. qiyhwIlk lcGoc:&lA~tSw~
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL. itfr atttittagin jj'stita:in.I
A large stock talwatys on hatnd andl foar stale low, by i itpeaa ayt nlrhnl n a ee
W. IF. TUTT. Dur~oatwr a ce u fodr 3 ieaaIn ihcat t
No. lls lirouad Street, Augutsta. isrcigasrattitte s Ei. Itn ul
CO0N CENTRUAT ED LYE. wrlytt teuino ieptlcta hto
Th etntceknowna for amakitng Soap.-cheaper Saia icie.Vr epeftl.yus
andi better thatn Pottash. Foer sale by
W. II. TUTT, Duraaisus, k cut~ fan tl 1cuulpiei
1t0S Broad-st., Augutn. titlta tItiitrsoth tsllwhtlvefni
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY, t:nrDe.2.1a. t
.AUGarTerA, GA. Saea..ot Crli
W. M. H1 IH T, EDFIDDSTI.
SUCCESSOR TO I kIAY
HIGHT & MACMU~PH~Y
iches, at the AMdERICAN FOUNDRY, and JonI.Balae aria.J
wll be thank ful for order, for all kinds of ~ pern oia ~tsato ht h ee
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS, etaa elt .Beltersao eyn h g
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridget, and Atanyta h eeaataa
MACHINERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. cl~rt~otce
_Augusta, Sept.1, is58 ___y' __ 4 Moayth 2rd fMynetoacutite
$25 Reward. a a fie hste2t e.~t.~~
heAio n ogmn nteJtlo de..... .-- -Reward of $25 will. he given for the appre-Mac2.mS
flas, of my boy LEONARD, lately-purchased from IERO SAP.owi aN.e
James Wells, resalding on Horn'. Creek. Said Leon- IloofFnyadDetl whhp
ard is about Iye feet 11 Inchs hig, rather slender, wl ibt np~eadqaiy ~ayee
and of a slight copper color, a about forty five bfr fee nt~ nk.Cl to
year. ALLE B.ADDISON. WLHU~ '
MauhjISOit ? MREASONS W H
SPAItTA ACADEMY LOTTRgj
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Capital Prize,. $50,000 I
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
As the members of our Arm have, by wa of purehase,
beceme the owners of the grants ehartrebythe.(ates
of Delaware. Ket tacky, Mheouri, and pn'
Georgia, under the management of Greg' y&
Maury, of WilmIngton, Delaware, we bave deemed ii
expedient to change the name of our Armon and after
Fanuary 1 st, 1859, t. that of WOOD,. EDDY & CO.,
who will hereafter have the management of the.Sparti
Academy Lottery, and the others as above named.
In all transactions we have endeavored to conduct our
tusiness with integrity and promptness, Ad we can a-- .
sure the public that he patronage heretofore bestowed
on us is well deserving of being tranarred to our aue,
Very respectflly, S. SWAN & 00.'
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 15, 158.
. --:0:- -
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MAJAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN:& CO.
T TIE' following Scheme will be drawn by Woon,
EDDY & Co., Managers of the S P A R T A
.WADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for April 1859, at AUGUSTA,
teorgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 14 Drwu Saturday, ' w,1889
Class 1 Draws Saturday, April. 9189
Class 16 Draws Saturday, A 16,1889
Class 17 Draws Saturday, April 23,1859
Class 18 Draws Saturday,.A - 30, 18
On the Plan of Single Numbers,
30,000 Tickets I
SEAJUY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NIE TICETS
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN APRIL !
t Prize of .........50,000 IPrize of .........$1,500
I " .......o 50 " ........... 5110
t " .....10 100 20 .' ........... 40
t . . 10 ...........
I " ..... 10 "6 '........... 10
".0........00 100 ".... ....... 100
4 Prezos of 6400 Approa'at'g to) $0,000 Prize are $1,600
4a" "800 " "20,000 " " 1,0
4 " " 250 " " 0ItN0 "" 10,00
4 " " 225 " " 50o 9.4
4 " " 2811 " " 4,000 " " 00
4 " " 150 A" " 3,00- " " 0)
4 " u. "of " " 150 40
5(000 " " 20 are........................... 100,000 .
1,483 Prizes amounting to...............$320,000
XNI[OLE TICKETS $10; IALVES $5; QUARTERS li*
WA Circular ,.howing the plan of the Lotteries will
,e $ent to afty one desirous of receiving it.
CRIITIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be said at iho
following rate. which to the rl.k:
Qertilleate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets,.........180
" 10 Half " ......... 40
I" 1 Qtuarter " ......... 20
10 Eghth " ......... 14
IN ORDERING TICKETS 01: CERTIFICATES, en
close the money to our addres. for the Tickets ord,-red,
on receipt of bleh they 'IIl be forwarded by frst umal.
Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they
he List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchamers will please write theirsignaturee plain, an4
give their Poet Omiei, County and tate.
Remember that overy Prize Is drawn and payable in
*ull without deduction.
All prizes of 11,000 and under, paid immediately after
the drawhmy-other prizes at the usual time of thirty days.
NO rICL TO COtlRESPONDENTS.-Those whto irt
fer no)t sending money by mail, can u-e TilE ADAMS
EXPRESS .COMIANY, whereby nmoney for Tick-ts, in
sums of Ten ilultr". aid upwards. can extent AT OU I
R.189 AND EXPENnE. from any city or t.own where
they have an onilee. The money and order nust be
enclo-ed in a "Government Post 00fiee Stamped Euvel
ope," or the Express Company cannot receive them.
All communleations strictly eonfdential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Cerlificates to
WOOD, EDDY & CO., Augusta, a.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY A CO., Wilmington, Del.
gWA lIst of the numbers thmat are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is enti
tIed to, will be published after every drawing in the foil
lowing papers Augusta (Ga.) Coastitutlonallst, Mobli
legister. N'ashille Gazette, New York Weekly Day
Ikwok, lRichtmond Dispatch, and Paulding (Mise) Ciarhona.
March 1 tf 8
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL DOWEL DISEASES,
C.oea C/ileort Morbse, Dynenmtery, D~iarrhora,
IBilionie ?Cle, Colic Inanteum. Also, Admira
bly adeapted to many Diseuse of Femolca,
swaet especially MErsTRnuIAxoN.
T IE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL are
too well known to requireeneomiums.
1st. It cures the worst eases of Dlarrhre.
2nd. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery.
3rd. It cures California or Mexican Diarrhl.a.
4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
5th. It cures Cholera Morhus.
6th. It cures Cholera Infantumn.
7th. It cures painful Menstruation.
8th. It relieve'. Pnin in lthe Back and Loins.
0th. It contracts Nervousness and IDeepundency.
toth. It restores Irregularities.
1th. It dispels Gloomny and Hysterical Feelingr.
12th. It's an Admniraale Tonic.
.& few Extracts from Letters, Testimonisa, &c.
" I hare used Jacob's Cordial in nmy family, and
have found it a most efficient, anid in nmy juemement,
. Iox. HIRAM WARNER,
Judge Suipremne Court, tGa."
"It gives ine pleaesuro in being able to recoim
ennd Jacob's Cordimal; my o.wn piersonaml experiene
and the experience of mny neighbors and friends
around moe, is a sufficient guatrantee for me to be
inte it tot be nll that it purports to be, viz: A
to vERE.IGN RE1NEDY.
WM. H1. UNDERWOOD.
Formerly Judige Smup. riotr Comurt, Chero.kee Clrcu.i..".
"I take great pleasure in recomnmending this in
valuatble mnedicitne to all afflictedi with howel dis-.
.ases, for which I believe it to be a sovereign
remedy-decidedly aulperior to any thing elmse ever
tried by mue.
A. A. GAULDINtI,.
Deputy G.M. of time 0 raud Lodge of Georgia."
"I have nted Jtmeol's Cordial in my family, and
his, with all I hear abotmet it as a remedy b~y those
l.t hauve tried It. indnees me to believ'e that It
.tanm.ls att the hm'nm'l of every.prepartimn of thto kind,
m.i I wo'uild rer.mmenm.l it. uise inm the disemtses fur
.vichm it is comtmpuntdedl.
MILE.C t. DOBI1IN,
Cammmhier of 13k. of State of tieorgia, tiriliti."
"If there is any credibhility itn humamn testimony,
.icob's Cordial must stand preeminent nhbove all
ther prepanrations for the cure of liowel Diseases.
From the tmass of testimonmy in it'. favor condiug in
fromt all qumrter'., it must h~e very far in advance, as
a curative agoni, of' most if nut mll other patent pre
paratio3n5. A. FL EMING,
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Ilk., Griffin."
" This eflcient rcmedly is travelimug into celubrity
ms faest mu Donapajmrte ptushedl his coluims mitt Rlussima,
andi giniing commcelatio~n wherever used."'--J,.o,
yine .Ie'fersoena, .ifuy 19th. 1 858.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EV'ER 1WHIERE.
pg Merchants, Druggists and PI-ysicians sup.
plied by J. ASHULRST, Importer and Wholesale
Deaer, Charleston, S. C.
Sept. 22, 1858. 1y 37
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDIN-R Y,
Jeptha Coueh, Adm'or of Willaim Sateher,1
The Creditors generally7f the said dec'd,
PT appearing to may saifaction that the aref of
Isaili deceased are in'.fficient to pay off his debts
in (411. It is ordered~~nd decreed that all and sin
gular, the cretditors ,the saidl William Satcher,
deleea'ed, deo preset-beir claims agamst the said
Willi m Smtcher. deased, before me, properly
proveml, on or befortlhe twenty-thtird dlay of May
next, and that the do npipear in thme Court of' Orudi
nary, on saidl tw-sty-thirdl daty of May nmext, to re
eeive their propetion of thme assets of said dleceaseed,
and f~iling to'0 5o, they will be psrecluded and
Gi.-en unir amy hand and seal, this twenty.
secon dmty , February, A. D., one thousand eight
hundred man lifty-nmine.
WV. F. DUR ISOE, o. .n. [t.. ,.)
Ordina,'. Office, Feb. 22, 1859. 3m 7
Sta~e of South Carolina,
handameHolly. Virginia E. Holly, P'uynn of
co. T. Holly and Rufus E. Hlly.) IDrot, g~e
'NDER an order from Chancellor Wardllaw In
thms matter. I hereby notity the creditor'. or
ufus Holly, late of Edlgetield District, tam presena
nl fully prove before mo their claims against the
'tate of the said deceased, on or before time thirdt
[onday in May next, as otherwise their said claims
'Ill be barred In the settlemenat of his estate.
A. SIMKINS, c. a. a. ii.
March 2, 1859. 3mg
LL AND SINGULAR. the Creditors of 'the .
.late R. P. HARRISON, are hereby notified
mt they are requested to present theirlaims duly
tested to the undersigned, on or before the 15th
my of May neat, and all these Indebted to the
id E. P. Jlarrison's estate, are requetuted to mak.
myment to the ndersigned by 'the tind
teIed-es a settlement of said Ustata must
aasoec, . . CAs.gN. URMAN,