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H AS receivod fromn New York his Spring supplies,
embracing a large and splendid assortment of
among which are
Fancy Spring and Summer SILKS, of new and
Paris SI LK ROBES, with Double Skirts, of rich
and s.culelid, styles;
lIlu-k Blayadere and Plain Black SILKS, of
iich Paris Orga.nie and Barego ROBES, of
French Printel Jaconet and Organdie ROBES,
at very low prices:
Ulack Barege ROBES, with Double SKIRTS, for
Paris Printed ORGANDIES and JACONETS,of
new and beautiful styles:
Superior 4-4 French PRINTS and Chintz BRIL
English and American PRINTS, a very large
Ladies' Black Lace. Silk and Lace, and Plain
Black Silk MANTILLAS, of new and splendid
Ladies' Plain White, Black and Fancy Barege
Lalies'Plain Bl'k Orenadine& Stella SHAWLS;
Rich French Embroidered Muslinaand Lace COL
LARS and UNDERSLEEVES, In setts of new and
French Embroidered Muslin COLLARS, of new
and beautiful styles;
Rich Embroidered Lace POMPADOURS;
Thread and Valenciennes Lace EDGINGS and
Worked Swiss and Jaconet FLOUNCING S, and
Jaconets, Nainsook, Checked and Mull ,MUS.
Fancy Swiss MUSLINS, for Ladies' Uunder
sleeves, of beautiful styles;
A large assortment of Ladies' MOURNING
A large assortment of Laies', Misses', Gentle.
mona', Youths and Children's HOSIERY, of the
best make, vlastic and pleasant to wear;
Ladies' CORSETS and Steel Spring SKIRTS, of
the most approved styles;
Ladies' Gossamer Steel Spring SKIRTS, a new
article of the most perfect symmetry, and verylight;
Misses' Steel Spring SKIRTS, of assorted sizes,
and Ladies' do. of eatra length;
Ladies' PARASOLS,of new and beautiful styles;
With a full and complete assortment of artieles
suitable fur Family and Plantation use.
W. S. continues to sell for Cash, or for Bills to be
paid promptly, quarterly, aknd in this way he can
sell Goods at decidedly lower prices than they can
be purchased on the usual credit terms. He re.
spectfully invites his friends sad the public to ex
amine his stock, especially his large and varied
SPIN AID SIOIR IIIAll48,
Which he has selected with great care from the
most recent importations, and comprise some of the
most desirable artioles ever offered in this city.
Augusta, March 30, tf 12
WRIGHT AND ALEXANDER,
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
AGVUU ST A, GEOR GIA,
A RE NOW opening their SPRING STOCK ol
kFANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
wiweh for extent and variety will be found
SILKS, GItENADINES, BtRAGES,
ORGANDIE AND JACONET MUSLINS,
in newest designs andl richest fabrics.
in great variety of quality and style.
MANTILLAS AND SHAWLS,
PRINTS, GING HA MS. BRILLIANTES, &c.
WHITE GOODS, FAMILY LINENS;
Puper TABLE LINENS of the best make;
PILLOW CASE an'd SIIEETING;
LINENS, DIAPERS, TOWELINGS ;
HOSIERY and GLOVES fur Ladies, Gentlemen
SUMMER STUFFS for men and .boys wesr;
Bleached and Unbleached SHIEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS of all grades.
TICKINGS,0OSNABURGS andOeo STRIPES.
To all of which they invite an examination and a
comparison of qualities and prices with any other
pa" Our Goods will be found as represented.
Augusta, Ga., Mar 21 3m 11
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1851
Maonie Hall Building,
244 BlROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
* EO. W. FERRY has now in store the
largest and best assortment of SPRING mx
S UMMER GOODS in his line, to be found in thiu
market. Consisting of
Beebe A Co;, and Trade Style Moleskin HA TS;
Black and Fancy Colored CaSsliete "'
American and French Felt Hate of every variety
of Style and Color;
White, Black, Brown and Silver Leghorn HA TS;
4 LI U " Sewed Straw "
Panama and Palm Leaf' HATS;
Youth's and Children's Fancy HA TS, great variety;
Lasies' Silk. Straw, Lace and Chip BONNETS:
L:olie ad Mi.os Leghorn and Straw BLOOM.
ERS. every variety of style and color;
Shaker 1100)05-all sizes;
Inf.trnt's TiltIJANS and IA TS-new styles;
UM PRELLAS of iall I arietics-very cheap;
This stock fur variety anid beauty of styles, ii
unequmalledi ini this market, an'd the perices canmnot
but be satisfaefivry. Ai Call and See.
Augusta, March 22, tf 11
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
W. M. H IGHIT,
HIIGHT &s MA.CMURPH3Y
C ONTINUES the above business, in all its bran.
ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will he thankful for orders for all kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rtail Roads, Bridges, and
MACHINERtY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept. 1, 185 ya 34
SUPER PHOSPHA TE OF L.IME,
T HIE undersigned are Sole Agents for the sale e:
this article, in this city. They offer it to the
1?anters of the South, with confidence, as the boit
and most economical fertilizer for all crops grown
in this climate. Numorons testimonials, as to its
value, can be given from the most reliable sonres
-including the Agricultural Societies of South
Carolina and Virginia, and Maryland Institute.
We append an extract from one of numerous pri.
vats letters, to the manufacturers:
Crt AntKTOZ, 8. C., May 3, 1853.
Messrs. Ruxrr & Rossoc:-Y?our Agents haye
informed mne that Rhodes' Super Phosphate is a
general fiscorire, and that Prof. Lecomapte, of
Columbia, had confirmed your analysis. I met
Otis Mills, Esqj., a gentleman of wealth and infin
enee, who informed me that he takes great interest
in watching the progrees of Rhodes' Super Phos
pahate of Lime, andl said that f'romn his observation,
he thinks it bsound te 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. ANSLEY A CO.,
Augusta, Mar. 29, tf I2
A LL AND SINGULAR, the Creditors of thc
late R. P. HARRISON, are hereby notified
that they are requested to present their claims duly
attested to the undersigned, on or before the 1oth
day of May next, and all those indebted to the
said R. P. Harrison's estate, are requestetto make
payment to the undersigned by the time above
specifed-as a settlement of said Estate must be
made soon-,CHAS. M. FREE MAN,
Assignee of R., P. Harrison.
Feb. 8, 1559 Stu 5
NTOTICE.-All persons desirous of employing
,Jthe Negro man JOE, belonging to Mrs. Sat
amts, may do so npon complying with the terms
mentioned in a paper whieh Joe carries with him.
lob 2,185 . EIBELS, Agent.
GRAY & TURLEY,
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE JUST
IBDITIONS AND IMPROURETS
TO THEIR STORE,
UNDER UNITED STATES'HOTEL,
BROAD STRE E T,
WHICH AFFORDS THEM SUFFICIENT ROOM TO KEEP
ONE OF THE
STAPLE AN FANC?
TO WHICH THEY ARE CONTINUALLY ADDING ALL THE
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE
OR ARE PURCHASED AT HOME.
Having a Most Thorough, Competent and Experienced Purchaser
CONTINUALLY IN THE NORTHERN MARKETS, WHO DEVOTES HIS
ENTIRE LABORS TO THE SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES
and attending all Leading, and Auction Sules, where Bargains are to be found,
toe can confdent ly assure th~e public a saving of at least
TEN TO FIFETEEN PER' CENT.
This is perfectly reason~able, and compatible with common sense arnd all MERCAN
enLK EXPRIaraOe. If the public will simply b~ear in mind a few of the leading facili
les which we have of obtaining GOODS, and the principal points by which our
lusiness is governed :-in the first place, wve make no Bad Debts, as our business
* 1 STRICTLY CASH!
nd consequently have not to make up such losses on Good Cash Paying Customers.
Secondly, recollect the great leading fact of keeping Money always Turning Over
wve remit to our purcnaser, and receive from him
therefore turning our money over at least twenty-five timesG a year,
A T THE END OF THE SEASON, EVEN AT THE
than if we were to make fifty per cent., on a stock purch~assa t wiee a year, beosides
the losses incurred (ruom haiving to buy so largelIy at uone time. ineurring the risk o
Changing Styles, &c. T HEN THlE G REAT A DVANTAGE of haavinig a thorough
Judge continually in market, who is always posted to a shade, in the rise or fall of
DRY GOODS. If these few plain truths are properly weighed, it will be readily
perceived the great, advantage in purchasing from such fresh supplies, at
UNQUALIFIEDLY LOW PRICES!
BLEW AUD ELEGA1YT
Spring Stock of
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
And as toe wish to inaugurate PERFECT SYST EM in all our Departments
of Trade, the public can conftdently rely upon
Onae Pocsiti-ve P'rice !
No matter hLOW inexperienced the purchaser may be in the ulue of Dry Goods. We
would most confdently and respectfully invite an examinat ion of our
GOODS AND PRICES.
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
and 115 CONGRESS STREET, SAVANNAH.
N. B.-Parcels Delivered in all parts of the City, and Hamburg,
FREE OF CHARGE.
Augusta, Gs., March 14, 1859. 23 10
W. F. PRATT & NANCE,
Wholesale and Retail
. NEWBERRY, S. C.,
A RE now prepared to sell upon better terms than
can be had clsewhere in Snuth Carolina, every
variety of DRUS, MIEDICINES and CHEMI
CALS, at wholesale and retuil.
palitts, @ORO, barnisly,
PUTTY, GLASS AND
Painters' and Glaziers' Tools
in store; and will be sold, uspos it warranty, at low
rates. A fine stock of
PHYSICIANS' AND SUEGEONS' INSTRUMENTS,
Chemical Apparatus, Physicians' Saddle Bags and
Medicine Cases, and Family Medicine Chests
of the latest styles. A full assurtmnent of
Trusses and Braces!
of the most approred patterns.
THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
for sale in any quantities desired. The Wines and
Liquors were puachased trith n ier to Medienl
Uses, and are from the most Reliable Importers.
ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE SOLD AT A
VERY LOW PROFIT. A full and fresh supply of
of all kinds. PICKLES, Paysitans, TAni: FlrITS,
MACAlnoYr. ISiSOLA4s, Or.LATINx, and many other
articles in the Culinary Line, will alwuys I kept
on hand at the very lowest prices. A varied and
tastefully selected stock of
F A.N C G-O O D S !
BRUSHES AND COMES in endles variety;
SOAPS. PERFUMERY, and TOILET ARTI
CLES of every description, all new and direct from
A COMPLETE STCCK OF EVERYTHING IN STCRE.
Da. PxATT, who has for a long time been connect
ed with the Drug Interest in Newberry, and whose
experience and satisfactory business connections
entitle him to the confidence of purchasers, has
just.returned from the Northern Cities where he
bonght the entire stock upon the most reasonable
terms, the whole of which is warranted Fatusu and
p9-A COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED
APOTHECARY has been secured in the Prescrip
tion Department, and a guaranty is given that
patrons can hare their prescriptions filed in the
most unexceptionable style.
PLANTERS, PiHsICIAS AND MnCTTANTS will
find it to their interests to call upon W. F. Pratt
& Nance, at the sign of the Golden N.lortter,
Corner of Main and Caldwell Streets,
NEWBERRY N. C.
WILLIAM F. PRATT,
WILLIAM F. NANCE.
Mar 80 2ni 12
AnL MAUl TO
CLEANSE ME BLOOD AND CURE TRE SICE.
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
Philantlaropists, read their Effects,
and judge of their Virtues.
FOIL T!E CURE OF
Iheadache, Sick Hleadachce,Foul Stomach.
'errsecac. PA.. .iay I. ii.be.
Din. J. C. ArTia. Sir: I have bren repleactedly enred of
the worst hceadache ally body can leave bey a ,:.oee or tweo
of youer ills. It seems to arise ft ce a foul etonehi. nchile
they cleanse at once. If they wvill cure uthers as they du
me, tihe faect is worth knowvincg.
Yours with great repect, l'D. W. Pli~il.
Clerk of .StransI?er fari.
Bilious Disorders anud Liver Conmplacitits.
Dasreas THE INye"ol,
WsAsee:eos, Di. C.. 7 Febi.. 185t& i
Sia: I heave used yeeur Pill. ihe my aecenel andt h~e*dtai
practice ever since you made theml, ancd canot heesitaete Lu
say they are Lthe best cathartic we employ. Their regn-.
lasting action on the licvr is quick nd decied. conneelnen'It
iy they are an admnirabte reumeely for decrsngemlenteefllt t
organ. Jmdeesd, I have sedonm found a case of biis.
gss so obstinate that it did not readiy yield to the.
Jratercally yours, ALONZ7O iiAI.L,31i.D.,
P/yfiin of! the Marie BoeIia.]
Dysentery, Relar, anad Worms.
P06? Orrice, HI ANut, Liv. Co., !eiacu., Nov. 10, 1555.]
Dae. Arms: Your Pills are the perfectioln of medlicine.
Thley leave done my wife lencre good thneal 1 can tell yonl.
She had been sick and phlanlg away for monthe. Wenet
off to be doctored at great expense, but gut no better. She
then compmenced taking your Pills, which seen cucred lher,
by eapelling large quantities of worms (dead) froin leer
body. They afterwards cured leer and encr two chilren
of bloody dysentery. Onee of our neighbors had it band.nd
my wife cured him with two doeee or your P'iiie, wilie
ethers arsund me paid fram lve to twenty dollars doctors'
bills, and lest neuch tieme, uiithlont being run-~d enetireliy
even thea. Such a reeicine a yours, wic h is actually
good and honest, wil b5 te he65FI ofu'.
Jndigestion andi Imparity of the Blood.
Frets Ree. J.1' Y. ihes, 1astor of krentL Cheurch, Boston.
Da. Aiua: I have ueseed your Pilus wvith extraennlincary
success in my famnily and amoeng thosee lamn reie.d to visit
tn distres. To reguiats thce organs of digestion andt icuri
fy the blood they are the very heal remnedy I lhars over
known, and I can coundently recommend th~em, to my
friends. Yours, J. V. iI~iMES.
WAas~cw, lrroM:NG Co., N. Y., Oet. 24, 1856.
Das. Sta: I ac uineg your Cathartn- ills in nmy prae
Ue, and find thenm an excellent purgative to cleanse tie
system and purify lihe founinus of the lolod.
JlOiiN 0. MF.ACIIAM, M. D.
Erysipelas, Scrofula, IKing's Evil, Tetter,
'Tumors, and Salt R hetm.
Prons a lbruaording lcrcheont of &. Lomsa, 1. .4,18S56.
Dx. Atr: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is
greet in medicine. They have cured my little daueghter
of ulcerous sores upon her hends and feet ehat had provred
incurable for years. Her mcother had been long grieveus
ly afilicted with lstotcbos and pimples en leer .kin and in
her hair. After our cheild was cured, she also tried youer
Pills, and they have cured her. ASA !hi0RGRI DOt I.
Rheumatism, Netiraigia, and Gout.
Frosn the Ree. Dr. Howkes, of the )iMehodut Lgcis. Church.
Per.sue IMousn. SAvaAISI. OA., Jan. 6. 1156.
Hoicoitm Sue: I should he ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought nme if I did not .repeort my cae to yen.
A celd settled in ny limbs and sreenghct on exrueinlingl
ece'ralgiC psins, whi~ch enede In rbIrocnic riceutnaltli'dm.
Netwithstani;: I lend the b.-et of phcysieti.. the ilee
grew worse Cand wore, untcil. byv lee hecdlee af vour excel
lenct agent ill iinitimnclre. icc. a.icI-krce.i tried ynctr e'tills.
Thieir rifincts were sinew, leurt 1.11m. lty pr.ecIIring ite
use of them, I cem mcew entireiy vceil.
SENATe CHlAscEKU, intrci! lIeout. l.A., 5 Iee.. 1S55.
Da. hvis: 1 haie been entirely cerai icy yrenr i'iile jef
Rhcenentic Gout -a pcicnfucl diseas theat 1nd1 nilieiredi nse
for yeare. VINCSNT Si.iDE-I1-.
For Dropay, Plithorn, or kcitsdredi Conm
plaints, requciring ecu sauthe pcurge., they are an excel
For Costiveness or Constipntion,~ and as
a Di)nner PUit, they arce s'areete ami eir.-eua.
Fits, Su ppresedon, P'aralyseis, Infl1am ma
tione, eand evenl Dearuna. neeiIne iiecll iilluid
ness, leave been cured by the alteinti'e SIin of ibeie
Most e f the Pills in market contailn Meercutry, which. al
thcoughcrn amable remedcy int skitfuel head, cn dlangereusc
inc a public pil. frcim the~ dreadful cocnsequelacen thcat fcO.
quently fellow its incautlioncs use. 'Those contain n mer
ury or minerl substance whautever.
AYER'S CIIERRY PECTORAL
FOIL TIlE RAPID CUBE OP
COUGH S, COL DS, llOARREN~Sg, 1NFI.U
EN(ZA, BIRONCHiRTIP, WHOOPING
COUGH, CItOUP, ASTIHMA, IN
and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced
stages of the diseese.
We need not epeaki to thce lenlblic of its virtues..
Troegheont every town, and almosect every hamlet c'i the
American Sltas, Its wrondet ftdi cerra of peulaconary com,
laints have made it ah-eadty knowa. Ney, few are the
Lniuis in any civiltzed counltry on this continent with
out some personal experience of its effects e nd fewer yet
the consteuuities any where which have not anig them
some living Irephay of its victory over lice subtlk eed den.
gerone discesee of the throaet end ilungs. While it is the
most pswe~rfuel antidlete yet kuepwn to man for the formel
dable and dangerous elimenase cof the plmlconary organs, it
ice also Ihe plasantest and enefeet remcedy thact cen b'e em
poed for: infants atid younig persons. parentl shuled
have it tie store against the insii'use eceeney that stenls
upon theam unprepared. We. have abuncedant grounids to
believe the Cherry Jtecoral saves snore lives by lihe ccn
umptioens it prevents thant theose it enres'. Keep it b~y
you, snd enre viler colds while they are ruirceble. nor nceg
let them until neo heusaa skill rcenemer tie inmexerale
canker that, fasteede ole thce vilala, eel. your life away.
All knew the dreadful fatality of ic:,er dliscrers. cundc ge
they know too the. virtues of this remedy, we neeed not do
mose thian to ieure themc it is stIll madiel lhe beat il rail
be. We spears n1,o et. no care. tn lull to plreduce it tie
sinet peerfect poessibbe, aned lilis een -rd thiese alho cely nu
itthe lest aget whilch our skill cean fuirnitsh foer thceir cure.
PREPARED BY DR,. J, C. ATER,
ractical and Analytical Chemist, Loewell, Mass.
.4tD SOLD LBY
G. L. PENN and DRS. A. 0. A T. J. TEAG UE,
Edgefeld C. HI.; A. J. PELLETIER AL CO., Ham
~urg, and Iby all denilars in muedicine. Wholesale
by HIAVILAND, CHIICHIESTER & CO., Augusta,
June 2 ly 21
N OTICE.--All parsons earing aniy dlemandees
a~cgainst thu Estate (If Rteicrdl Searle. der'dl..
are requeested to pr~esenlt themu oe n rbefore thte i'th
ta) ef Jue. proplerly attsl ted s there will be a
il settlement eef said Estate ten that day.
EL.LINtiTON .SEAlILS, t A'ors
-RICh. 3ARRtETT. p
NOTICE.-AII pcersonus hanvin;: ancy dri.-mands C
aj~cgainstL the estate oef Levi Newhty, edececaseed,
are requeestedl to hand them in, properly attested,
by or biefocre Thunrsday the 18th dany oaf May. as I
intend maiking a final settlemendit of ide estlae in
the Ordinry's Office, at REdgeileld C. HI., ole that. -
day. All thcos indebitedl to said estate are expect-. 1
ad to pay thcs samne forthwith. Ii
JOHN P. EDMONDS, Adm'or.
lok 10, 3m
WM. QUATTLEBUM, j LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVAR, I IL BOULWARE,
S. HARRISON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAR,
LEWIS COLEMAN, F. M. NICHOLAS,
JAMES SPANN, I EDMUND PEEN.
For Tax Collector.
JOHN C. LOVELESS, T. J. WIIITAKER,
STARLING TURNER,I THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
C. A. HORN, I CHAS. M. MAY,'
J. P. ABNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
E. I. YOUNGBLOOD,
Attorney at Law and Magistrate,
W ILL attend promptly to all business placed
in his hands.
Wg Ofien at Edgofield C. U., S. C.
April 6, , f 13
T UE undersigned having formed a Partnership
in the PRACTICE OF LAW and EQUITY,
for Edgefield strict, will give prompt and dilli
gentattenLion to all business entrusted to their care.
Tho residence of Mr. OwExs is at Barnwell C. 11.,
that of Mjr. 811aLS at Edgefield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
Feb. 1, tf 4
THE undersigned have this day formed a Part
JLnership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of Liaux
Mr. Moons will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly transact all business
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. M0OR2.
Edgefield C. 1H., Jan. 13. tf 2
W7]M. J. BEADY,
, Ettorurg at Ealm,
I LL give close attention to all business en
trusted to his care.
O Orrics, ix rum REAz oy xa Coun IloVs.
Edgefeld C. H., Jan. 12, am. 1
AVWORSZIT AV SAW
Solicitor in. Equity.
Orrics, in the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgefeld C. H., S. C., Dec. 22, 1858.
DRS. BLAND & HILL, will practice Med.
icine in it various branches in this village
and vicinity. ELBERT BLAND,
J. WALTER HILL.
March 30,1859 tf 12
:D E WT Tr I S T R~ YV .
DR. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Oofice formerly
occupied by G. D. Tillmaa, Esq., and
will be sure to bo there during Sale-day week.
March 2, 1859 tf 8
I WILL attend at the times and placeshlereinaf.
ter speritiedl, to Colleet the State and Distrit
.rax for the year c.omnmencing the .1t dlay of Octo-.
At Lybrande's, Wednesday, 20th "
" Urancituville, Friday, 22nd "
" Beach Island, Saeturday, 23rd "
"Hamburg. Monday. 25th "
" Cherokee Ponds, Wednesday. 2yth "
" Ede~el C. ., Monday and Tuesday
After which time my books will close for the
present year. Tax payers must be punctual, as I
shall be compelled to close or leave their execu
tions in the hands of the Sherif, before I start foe
The Registration of Birthes, Deaths and Marr-.
ages, still required. Time from the first of Janu
ary, 1858, to the first of January, 1859. In case
of cchite births, the time and piece, names And resi
dences of parents, sex and name of child, (If it
have the latter,) and whether born alive or dead.
in case ocf deaths of .ch ites, the date, plae and eause
of death, name, age, sex, whether single or mar
ried, occupation, residence and nativity of the de
ceased, with names and surnames of pearents ; in
ease of births and dencths of .ees the same items.
together with the name of the owner, instead of
name of the deceased and the names of parents.
The law has annexed a fine of ten dollars upon
all persons who shall refuse to give the abeove in
formation. I hope that every tax payer will come
prepared to give the necessary information.
TIlEO. DEAN, T. C. E. D.
Mar. 18 tf 10
THE LIVER INVIGORATOR!
PREPARED BY Dr. SANFORD,
IS a great scientific medical discovery, and is daill
Iworking cures, almost too greet to believe. 1i
ure. s if by magic, even the first dose giving
benefit, and seldom moore than one bottle is requir
ed to cure any kind of Liver Complaint, from the
worst Jaundice or Dyspspc-ia to a comnmon head
ache, ali of which are the the result of a diseased
The Liver Is nne of the ~ rincipal regulators of the
human body, and when it ,erforms its ictimens well
the ponwers of tiue sstenm Are fully dteveleiped. The
stomach is alomot entirely dep~endlent on thme heealthy
action of the Liver f..r the proper perfoermance osf its
ftetn. Whle-n tie steum 0ach is at fault, the bowehe
re am fault, anid the whole systemfliusfe fr in cnnse
quec of oe organ-the i.ive-r --havin;: enamed tI,
o Its ,luty. lFor lie list-s i.s o.r tiut orgemn. ce c..i the
preprietors has madeim ii h ii atudy, in ne practice 01
more than twencty year.. tefined s.omereinet-dy aliwre
w ith to coniternet the maney deran~gencents t o
whieh illis Iale.Q
Toe prove thaed this rm- needy is at last fmound, any
peson trioubledi with Liv, 6 er . Commplaint i n a n y
o its formt, has beet to tr a H bottle, anti coneviction i
A cesmpound baa been formied by dissolving gumi
ad extracting that pare which is soluble tfer the ae
live virtue. of the emodi eite. These geums remoneve
all neerbid or bait mateter rifrom the system. supply.
in tee their place a hiealth) Hflow of bile. laevigorating
the stomach, cauesing rood to dietwll uyi
the blood, giving tet anec! hebalhotewoe machi
nery, removing the causeS of the disease, andi elect
Ig a radical eure withcouc i any of time disagreeable
ater effects, felt bcy ueseeg "Calinet or Mineral Put
eon that is usually resor ted to.
One. deese after eating is sutileet to relieve lbse
stomach, and prevent lthe Hfood from rising seed sour
Only one dose taken before retiring, prevents
nlym ei doss taken at $ night loosens the bowela
gently, and cart-s encetive a neess.
One t~se taken after eauch (tmeal will curs Dyecpepsia.
grOe dose or two tea lspcoonaful wilt always re
lieve Sick Hleadache. l
One botl taken for fe m cale obsetruection. removes
the cause of the disese, Qand makesa perfect cure.
Only one dos immedti stalf relieves Uhole, while
One drese, onten repeated, I4is a sure cure for Chol
era Morbas, sod a pre - veniative of Cholera.
One deese, taken often, will preevent the recumrene
of Bilious Attacks, while it relieves all painfai reel
Only one bottle is needed to the-w out of the
system the efflects of etedi ecine sfler a long sieoknese.
One bottle taken for LJsnccdic., rentmenes all
yellowess o r unnatural color from the skin.
One dose taken a short time before eating give.
vigor to the appetite, and make. food digest well.
One dose, often repoated,eures Chronic Diarrhmu
in its worst forms, while summer and bowel com
plaint. yield almost to the first dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused bcy worms,
while for worms in children, there is no surer, safer
or speedior remedy in thu world, as it neversfails.
There is no exaggeration in these statenents;
they are plain, sober facts, that we can give evi
dence tom proeve, while all who use it are giving their
unanlmoues testimony in its faevor.
We tako infitite pleasure ine recommnentdieng this
medicine as a preventive for Fever aned Agune. Chill.
Fevr, aned all Fevecra of a Billious type. It oper
ates with certainty, and thouesands aro willing to
testify to its wondeerful virtues.
Amoncg thu hudredls of Liver Remedies now
offered to the public, there are none we can so highly
recommend as Cr. SANFORD'S INV ItORA TOR,
so generally known now throueghout the Union.
This preparation is truely a Liver Invigorator, pro.
duing the most happy results on all who usee It.
Almost innumnerabcle certificates hav-e been given to
the great virtue of this cmdicine bmy thcese of the
highest standing in society. ande we know it to he
the beat pereparation now beeforro the pcubli.-JIud
son Countyi ~emeocat.
Price, One Dollar Per Bottle,
SAKNPORD A CO., Proprietor.
3145 ro-adway, New York.
For sale at Edigefield C. HI., iby (I. L. Paxx, Agt.
Juene 6,,1858. ly 23
ALL. persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. L ecY
SreexxaAt.t.. deceased,. are reqtuested to pay
the same forthwith: and those having demands
against said estate will please render them in pro.
perly attested, ace sooncc as possibele. I desire to set
tle up the estate without delay.
B. N. TALBERT, Adm'or.
. de baeis non,
Nor, 3. 1656 12m 48
iPRINC AND SUMMER TRADE.
J. M. NEWBY & CO.,
HAVE NOW ON HAND
A. SPLENDID STOHC OF
CL OT HING!!
At WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Also,
LOTHS, CASSIXERES & VESTINGS,
Which will be Made Up to Order
N THE MST FASH@NAILE STYLES
WARRANTED TO FIT.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
All of which will be Sold at the Lowest Prices, by
3. N. Newby & Co.
Under the United States lotel, Augusta, Gas
Augusta, March 21 tf 11
In returning thanks to the frinds and patrons of the late firm of DICKEY &
PRIBBS, would also announce that he has just returned from the Northern
Markets, where he has purchased a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY --OS00
Which have leen secected with th~e most jmlicious nicety and greatest care. To
the Ladies. he uould most respectfulig suggpest that the DRESS GOODS
V)EPARTX1ENT1 wilt be' jhund to comprise the most
REIliH(llE STIlS WlI)fITS T NQITETIES 9F THlE SEASON!
Black Gros de Rhine and BischofI's SILKS;
Fancy PLAID and ROBES A'LIS; Foulard and India SILKS;
'iin IJAIE S anE d Printed MILINS; Cashnere, Stella and Crape SHAWLS:
Barege Scarf, French Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS and TALMAS
inen and D~ebeige DUST ERS, &c., &c.; French Lace, Crape, and Leiuse VEILS.
wiss and Jaconet COLLARS & SLEEVES; Embro'd SETTS, Crape do, Lace do;
adies' Kid, Silk, and Thrcad GLOVES and GAUNTLETS;
Lies' and Alisse.' HOSIERY, &c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
A large stock of Bleaebied and Brown SHIRITINGS, and SHIEETINGS; Scotch and Russia DIA
PERS andi TOWELLINGS; NAPKINS, &c.; White and Drown DAMASKS and Table CLOTHS;
Jotton, Damask, and Woollen Table COY ERS; Pillow Case COTTON: Irish LINENS: Marseilles
md Lancaster QUILTS, &c., &c.; French, Enugli.<h and American PRINTS, in great variety; Mourn
og PRINTS; Funiture, CHINTZES: UJHAMJSRAYS; Plain antd Printed BUJtLAA e: Ncotch
indl American GINGUAMS; Linen bRILLINGiS: Farmers' SATIN. TWEEDiS. CASSIMEIRES.
0TTONADES; Kentucky JEANS; Erminette DBtAPE D'ETE; Lasting CLOTHS, &c.
Me Great imnucements ofered to MAerclhants and Persons purchasing Plantation Bills
Particular attention paid to orders. Goods lent to any part of the City & Hamburg.
Augusta, March 0,tf 1
NEW CARPET STORE!
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
$pringw ivni famcu ErntT, for 1859J.
FLOO0R OIL CEOTHS.
We beg to state to those who nre ini want of OIL CLOTHS, that we have now ii.
store a beautiful asso'rtmfent of these Goods in the best qualities
manaIIthetUr'ed, muil that we are just receiving,
Sheets 12 feet OIL GLOTHS, in Slates, FIowers, kc.;
Sheets 18 " " Frescoes, Chintz, &c.;
sheets. 24 " " " Chintz, Drabs, OaLks, kC.
All of' whichi we are .fiering at pices to compare titvorably with any house North
or South.i Aio a good vaieity of Patterns of
Weare now receiving our Spring Stock of MATITINGS, and are ready fo ofTer
to those in want of these Goods, a varied and extensive assortment in lRed
Check, White and Striped. in 4.4, 5-4 and 6-4 widths.
&s usual, we have on hand a good assortment. We are just receiving an invoice
of Crossey's Tapestry BRUSSELS, which we will
hold out inducernents on.
WINDOW SHADES-WINDOW SHADES!
We have just received two additional invoices of these Goods, per steamer
Alabama, viaSavannah, which makes our stock complete. We Call
now oiffer anI asim5tiient of Velvet Border. Gold Shades, and
others, such as is seldom found in any Southern House.
ur Stock of RUGS, MATS, DR UTGETS and Taible OIL CLOTHS, arc varied
and extensive; Straw and Hair DROOMS; Picture TASSELS, and
Everything usually found in a Carpet Store.
(GTi, all of which we would respectfully call the atten~tion of our Edgefield
rinds and those residing in its vicinity.
City anad Country Orders Promptly attended to.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
BROAD STREET, 2nd DOOR ABOVE DANK OF AUGUSUA.
Augusta, April 12 tf 13
tate of South Carolina, jState of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DTSTRICT, I EDG 1EFE ? DITRICT.
IX EQLCITY. Ruth Holstein,
xparte. I~tto for i vs. Citation to Ace't.
A manda Holdly, Virainia E. Holly. J'ayent of |Johnu W. Bledsoe, (luardian.)
reo T. rona Cfs.Hocllor Wata in'r !r appearing to my satisfaelion that the Defend
r NDER1 an orderCI frmCacelrWrda ant John WV. Bloedmue, reside. beyondI the limits
U ths matter, I hereby notify the creditors of -, fth State: on motion of Mr. Seibales. Plaintiff's
Lufus H olly, late of Edlgefield Distric't, to present Al torney, it is ordered thata the Defendant appear
nd fully prove befo're mne their claims against the either in pberson, or bv his Attorney, at my office on
state of th. ,aid deceased, tin or hbefore the third M4ondlay tbe 23rd of' May next. to aceount with the
onday in May next, ase otherwise their said claims Plaintifl, as her Guardian. (liven under my band
till be burred in the settlement of his estate. at my office, this thme 2sth Feb. 1859.
A. SIMKINS, c. i. c:. a. W. F. DURtId0E, o. u. n.
March 2, 1859. 3m8 March 2. 3m 8
SOTASH[ IN CANS--Fr washing purpo- LL COTTON RAGS WANTED, for
L sea, which is being sold cheap for eash, by7 t. which cash will be paid by
W. H. HA RRISON, Ag't 8. B. BOWERS, Ag't.
W M. I-. T TT T,
Wholesale and etailDealer in
jfrcuttj, ngiat anld Rmtrfran
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Gr.)
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. If. TUTT, DRUGoosT,
180 Broad-st., Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c.
500... Gallons English Linseed Oil;
10,000. Pounds Pure White Lead;
COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for sale at very 'ow
figures, by ' W. H. TUTT, DRuaGlsT,
1'M Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHA?... and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, Dauoetsr,
No. 1At Broad Street, Augusta.
'e best article known for making Soap-cheaptr
Lod better than Potash. For sale by
W. H. TUTT, DauoaisT,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 43
W. H, SALISBURY & CO.,
No. 257 BROAD STREET,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS;
POQRE All IFTING PIMPS;
BLOCK TIN, LEAD,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPES;
GA.8 PIPES ac FITTING8;
WOOD and WILLOW WARE, Ac., &c.
EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
We are constantly receiving ad litions to our
And invite the attention of all in want of anything
in our Line.
WE KEEP ON HAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Which we aro piepared to put up at short notles
. FOR TUE 8.ALE OF THE WELL-DOWN
MANUFACTURED IN TIIIS CITY,
l'HE BEST STOVE.NOW IN KARIKET.
Wt II 8ALISNY & (0:,
No. 3 DeKalb Range,
March 30 t f 12 Broad-St., Auaguasa.
CONLEY, FORCE & Co.,
AUGUST A, GA.,
Wholesale and Reta'il Dealers in
Truks, Valises, Carpet Rags,
Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather;*
French, American and German Calf Skins;
Licingg. Einding and Top Skins;
Shoe Lasts, Shoe Pegs, Shoe Threads;
Shoe Tools, bout ama Shoe Materiai of every
Tanner's Tools, &c.
I ry Orders promptly attended tI>
Augusta, Jan. 18. 9m* 2
iPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY.
Capital Prize, $50,000 !
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
A. tbe memba-'s of our firmc havo, by way or paurc-has.,
.ecome th-, owners of the arrants chartered by the. Statee
;eorgin un1er the nasnaec.- t nr Meea Greg-r &
aury, or Wilmncgwn, Declawarye, we have de-emce it
-xpedient to chancge thce nsame af ior Lemn. aen eacd .ater
lancuary 1.1, l8.9. I., 6hat e.f WOit, EI'DY & CII.,
whoa will hereanter have lihe management , f the Sparta
heademy Lnacterry, and the othcers. as above named.
In al ltraneneri:t.n we- have .-ndeavore-d to conduct onr
,usine-'c wth itegrity andl promaptne'ss, and we can a.
antrie thellc that the pactracge hereatnainre bret-ewedl
,n t li Is well de-5Cerving of be ing transierredl to ouar sue
c.:rs. rM pectf yl:, 8. SWAN & CO.
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
T ITE following Scheme will he drawn by Woosir
Enhay & Ce.. Mafnagers of the SiP A t 'l'A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lottericc for April 1859.. at AUGUSTA,
..seor-gia, in public, under the superintendenee of
Class 14 Draews Saturday, April 2,1859
Class 15 Draws Saturday, April 9, 1859
Class 18 Draws Saturday, Aril 16. 1859
Claim 17 Draws Saturday, Aril 23, 1859
Class 18 Draws Saturday, Aril 30, 1859
On the Plan of Single Numbers.
5,405 E:3u.2rs 3U1
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEETS
TO E DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN APRIL !
i Prise of-......... 1 Prizo of-.....,50
1 ..,. 10,0 100 .........4e
CS-"--....--1.,00 I 100 "C...........-- 800
i 0 .... ,0001100 "--...........10
4 PrIzes of *410 Approx'at'g to #50,000 PcrIsa are 61,600
4 - " 310 "4 - 20,00 "" 1,200
4 5C C 3) "C c1o "~ ' 1.CC
5 C "4 13U " I " . " " 6
4 CC " lI CC CS 1,3400 "I "C 4aa
5000 " " 20 are.......................100,000
5,485 Prizes amounting to..............320,000
WIIOLE TICKETS $10; IIALVES $3; QUARTERS $21
SW"A Circular showing the platn of thce Lotteries w.U
be aent to any one desirous of receiving It.
CERITIFICATES OF PACK AGES will be saud at the
folt.owing c-ate,.., which is the risk:
Certificate of Package of la Whle Tickets,......O9
"C CC 1a Qucarterc " ..... ,
"4 "C 10Eighth " .........--10
IN ORDER ING TICK ETS 01R CERCTIFICAT.E$. enc
lose the money to our address f--c the Ticke-ts aordiere,
on receipt of u lelh they will be for-warde-d by Arst mail.
Purchma.wrs can have Tlcketa. cnding in any figure they
The List oft Drawn KNumbersa and Pcres will be sent to
purchasers immediately after tihe drawing.
P'urchasers will please write thi siagnaatures plain, and
give their Port Ottice, County atad State.
Remember that every Prize i drawn and payable in
full wIthout deductien.
All prize-s of $1,000 and under, paid ImmedIately after
lice drawing-theCr priz.-a at the. uasual linac of thirty aa.
NOTICE TO CoEREiSP OND)ENTS.'-Taawe u ho tpne
fer-net sanding money by mall,ceun uce- THlE ADAMS
EXPERESS COMIPANYT, whereby money fe-r Tickets, in
sums oft Ten Dltlarsa, and uapwards, can be sent ATO4UR
RISK ANDI EXPENbE. from any city or tawnc where
they have ate odlee. The money andi order must be
ene'losed in a "Goverancetl Post 051ce Stamped Envel
op." or the Express Comapany cannot receive them.
All communicatins strictly cecnfdentiaL.
Address Orders fer Ticke-is or Certficeates to
WOOD, EDDY & CO., Augusta,0Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wlmincgton, Del,
SWA list of the numbers thtat are dc-awn f'om thce
whe-el, with the atmount of tihe prize that each one is etnti
tied to, will be publiashedl after every drawing In the tol
lowing papers Austa (Ga.) Concstitutonaiii Mobile
RgsrNashvill Gazette, New York Weel a
BokRihmond Dlspateh,antd PauldlAg(Mlss) Cu.
Il.rei I a