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Celebrated Double Screen
WTEAT FAINT I
T 1E SUBSCRIBER having purchased the
Right fur this State, now uffers t-, Planters
tU.ses justly celebrated Fans fur cleaning Wheat.
This Fan is superior to any thing of the kind now
in-us., as the number of premiums awarded at
different State Fairs will attest. It is simple it,
ItA structure, easily rigged, works wall, and whan
out of order, can be repaired by any ordinary me.
chanic. It is adapted to cleaning all kinds of
grain. For further particulars see Hand Bill,
which will be furnished any one desiring such.
Cotton Gins and Threshers
Also constantly on hand a supply of Cotton
Gins, which I warrant to be equal to any made. Al.
so, a lot of Threshers which are so extensively
known that I deem it unnecessary to eulogise them
-These Machines are all manufactured in this
place. by skillful workmen, and of the very best
material, and warrented to do what is said for
them. Any orders for either of the above Ma
ehines, addressed to the subscriber, or left with
my Travelling Agents, will be promptly attend
For allRepairing rnd Job Work, the Cash will
be required upon delivery. T
Abbeville C. H., April 20, Btu 15
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERSI
THE RICHMOND FACTORY,
RICHMOND COUNTY, GA.
Cj 'ntinues to manufacture WOOLEN CLOTH at
J12& centsaper ysrd for plain and 16ets, for tw ills
-finding every material except the wool. The
extensive and constantly increasing patronage the
Factory has enjoyed for years piast, assure the
proprietors that the article of Winter Clothing for
Negroes, made by them, has not been stirpassed
by any Cloth made North or South.
Recent extensive improvements and others now
being erected, enable us to keep up the standard
of the Goods, and to secure an early ,lelivery.
Planters, or others, who may wish to send us
.wool' to be made into cloth, can send it dirty or
clean-if washed, it should be done in cold water,
and done thoroughly. If sent dirty we charge
half cent per yard extra for washing. Baurry Wool
its not objectionable-the burrs are removed by
machinery. The name of the owner should be
nmarked upon every package sent.
Wool sent by Rail Roads in Georgia, Alabama,
Tennessee, or South Carolina, to the Augusta
Depot, with owner's name, and " Richmond Fac
..- teary"msrked upon It, will boregularly andprompt
ly received, and the Cloth, when made, returned
to the point. directed. Each parcel is made up in
the turn received.
We would especially urge upon our patrons the
great necessity of sending in the Wool as soon as
clipped; if this rule Is followed, the parties would
always be sure of having the cloth in ample time.
All instructions to Messrs. FLEMING A ROW
LAND, our Agents in Augusta, Ga.
A. JOHNSTON, President
April 20 1m 15.
TO COTTON PLANTERS,
T lIE subscriber Is now Agent for the Sale of
OGL2EBY'S GINS, one of the best Cotton Gins
ever Introduced in the Southern Country. I will
sell these Gins and deliver them at any Rail Road
.depot in the State as cheap as any other Gin of
the same merit can be sold for. No Gin will be
'considered'eold unless it gives the most perfect
Since the introduction of this Ghin in my neigh
borhood no other Gin have been sold here.
Any one wishing to see one of these supirior
Gins at work can do by visiting my plantition,
five miles East'of Edgefield, C. H.
Address the subscriber at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
JOHN A. ADDISON.
April 20, tf 15
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL BOWEL DISEASES,
Cholera, Cholera Jforbus, Dysenatery, Diarrhaa,
DJilious Colic, Colic Infantumn. Also, A4dmira
bly adapted to iusy Diseases of Fe,,nules,
moat especially MENsmuUATIoN.
T TIE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL are
too well known to requireencomiums.
1st. It cures the worst cases of Diarrhcea.
2nd. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery.
3rd.'It cures California or Mexican Diarrhcea.
4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
5th.'It cares Cholera Morbus.
6th. It aures Cholera Infantum.
7th. It cures painful Menstruation.
8th. It relieves Pain in the Back and Loins.
0th. It contracts Nervousness and Despondency.
10th. It reatores Irregularities.
11th. It dispels Gloomy and Hysterical Feelings.
12th. It's an Admniraalo Tonic.
A few Eztracts from Letters, Testimonials, &e.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and
have found It a most effiiint, and in my judgment,
a valuable remedy.
Hox. hIRA M WARNER,
Judge Supreme Court, Ga."
"It gives me pleasure'ia being able to recom
mend Jacob's Cordial; my o~wn personal experience
and the experience of'myaeighbors and friends
around me, is a suffiient guarantee for me to be.
lieve it to be all that it'purports to be, vis: A
WM. HI. UNDERWOOD.
Formerly JudgeSuperior out,Oerokee Circuit"
"I take great pleasure-in recommending this in
valuable medicine to all ffiicted with bowel dis
eases, for which I believe .it to be a sovereign
remedy-decidedly superior to any thing else ever
tried by me.
A. A. GAULDING,
Deputy G.M. of the Grand Lo'ge of Georgia."
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and
this, with all I hear about it as a remiedy by these
who have tried it, induces mc to believe that it
stands at the head of every preparation of the kind,
and I would recommend its use in the diseases for
which it is comipounded.
MILES U. DOBBIN,
Cashier of Bk. of State of Georgia, Griffin."
"If there is any credibility in human testimony,
Jacob's Cordial must stand pre-eminent above all
other preparations for the cure of Bowel Diseases.
From the mass of testimony in its favor coming in
from all quarters, it must be very far in advance, as
a curative agent, of most if not all other patent pre
parations. A. F L EMI G.
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Bk., Griffn."
"This efficient remedy is traveling into celebrity
asfastaBonapartepushed his columns-into Russia,
and gaining commendation wherevsrused."-Geor
-ia Jefersonian, May l9tS. 1858.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVER YWIIERE.
pg-Merchants. Druggists and Physicians sup
p lied by J. ASH URST, Importer and Wholesale
Dealer, Charleston, S. C.
Sept. 22, 1858. ly 37
A Reward of $25 will be given for the appre
heusion and lodgement in the Jail of Edge
field, of my boy LEONARD,1lately purchased from
James Wells, residing on Horn's Creek. Said Leon
ard is about five feet 11 Inches high, rather slender,
end of a slight copper color, aged about forty Ave
years. ALLEN 3. ADDISON.
March 140.3 Vf1
WITT & HUDSON,
HAVE OPENED A
Between E. Penn and John Colgan,
WHERE WE HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE,
BOOK CASES, LBRARS, DEKS,
BUREAUS, BUREAU WASH STANDS,
With Marbie tops-single and doubo.
WASH STANDS OF EVERY KIND,
TA 3B LE S.
EXTENSION TABLES, PARLOR TABLES
with Slabs, READING and QUARTETTE
TABLES, TOWEL AND CLOTHES
RACKS, BOOK AND CORNER STANDS,
A Fine lot of Sofas, Ottomans, &c,
A choice lot of
PARLOR, DINING ROOM AND LIBRAR-1
CHAIRS, SUEL'S OFFICE CHAIR, Stool,
Cane and Mahogony ROCKING CHAIRS,
Misses' Sitting and Rocking CHAIRS,
Child's Table CHAIRS, &0.
.AL S O,
A LOT OF FANCY WORK TABLES,
WORK BOXES, STOOL STANDS, POR
TABLE DESKS. OFFICE DESKS, Children'i
BUREAUS, CUBBARDS, SAFES, BED
STEADS, CRADLES, LOOKING
GLASS PLATE, &c.
Also, several excellent pieces of
CARPET TACKS AND BINDING, RUGS ANI
MATS, WINDOW CORNICE, SHADES,
CORDS, TASSELS, CURTAIN PINS,
&c., &c., &c.
The above articles are All recently purchases
from the best Houses in New York, and will bi
sold at low prices for cash.
&',At the old stand, we will continue to worl
to order, and Repair old work entrusted to ouw
If you want to buy, call,-and If you do not, cal
and we will take pleasure in showing you oui
Stock. WITT & HUDSON.
April 13 tf 14
There is no use Taking after Sam
H IS friends know he will have good things, an
sell them for small profits.
Now receiving a fine lot of PURE
BREMER AGER ill!
VON H. DECTJEN, in pints and quarte, for whiel
our House are the sole Agents for the importation
Also, YOUNGER'S SPARKLING
St. Ann's Brewery, in pint jugs: and R. B. BYASI
beat stout L OAD 0 Nt P 0 T E R, stndari
BOUHIE FILS AND DROUET.
IMPERIAL AND CABINET, in half pints, pints
quarts and magnums; with a variety of all kind
of other WINES, BRANDIES and LIQUORS
which cannot fail to suit the tastes of the mos
fastidious. Also, a large assortment of
WOODEN WARE, viz:
Striped andi Plain Brass Bound BUCKETS, wit]
and without Covers; Cedar TUBS; Painte<
TUBS; Painted IBUCKETS; Do. Market BAS
KETS ; Cocoa DIPPERS, and a largo supply v
superior BROOMS, and every article usuall;
kept in a similar concern. Fresh, and receivi
daily. S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg. March 22. itf 11
CANDEE & McEWEN,
WATCH MAKERS a JEWELERS.
AVN this day formed
'no Rooms next adjoining th,
Poet Office, and will give the STRICTEST AT
TENTION to all business entruered to their cars
GJEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES made t
order and warranted.
gg Particular attention will be paid to Watel
repairing. -F. H. CANDEE.
D). F. McEWEN.
Edgefield, Nov. 1, 1858 tf 43
T HE Subscriber respectfully offers his service
to the citizens of Edgefieldl and Bairnwell ii
the practice of the NEW and USEFUL art or
the ihs uohsf the right to this practice fo
the istict ofEdgelield and Ilarnwell, andi
prepared to give instruction osr to subdue viciou.
horses for all who desire it.
Upon the formation of a Class of niye or more ii
any neighborhood, he will. upon notifieation fron
the parties, attend at any lplace they may appoint
and Instruct them in the thousand applications o
'EIAddress, at Beach Island Post Olliec.
A. W. ATKINSON.
P. S.-In connection with the above I have~ or
hand LANIER'S PATENT BRIDLE, the nighi
to use which is given to each scholar. A. W. A.
April 5 3m 13
pi"Barnwell Sentinel please copy for thres
months, and forward account to A. W. A. as above
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!
NEAR GRANITEVILLE,s. C.
R ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens o~
South Catrolina and the South at large, thait hie
is now prepared to furnish
OEVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
Awelmdof as goeul snatirrial, and o~n as ren-.
sonae rsas can be found ay where in the
W' Persons desiring further information will
pleas. address me at Ghraniteville, S. fl.
Jan. 19, 1859 tf 2
Blue Ridge Rail Road Compa
ny in South Carolina.
CHA RL ESTON, 19th February, 185'9.
S UBSCRIBERS TO THE CAPITAL STOCK
are hereby notiflerl that the EIJIlTEENTH
and NINETEENTH instadments of the old cub
-cription, and TWENTY-FLVE PER CENT of
tme new subscription, are reqjuired to be paid as
The EIG HTEENT H instalment on the 19th day
of April next.
The NINETEENTH! instalment on the 19th day
of May next.
TEN PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th day of March next.
TEN PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th day of April next.
FIVE PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th day of May next.
By order. WM. H. PERONNEAIU.
March 16. 1859 10t 10
State of South Carolina,
sptha Couch, Adn'or of Wiiiaan Sateher, '
deceased, Applicant, *
The Creditors generally of the said doo'd.J
Tappearing to my 'satisfaictioan that the assets of
said deceased are insuieienat to pay oil' his debts
in full. It is ordered and decreed that all and sinm
gular, the creditors of the said William Satche'r,
deceased, do present their claims against the said
W~illiam Satcher, deceased, before me, properly
proved, on or before the twenty-third day of May
next, and that they do appear in the Court of Ordi
nary, on said twenty-third day of May next, to re
eive their proportion of the assets of said deceased,
and failing to do so, they will be precluded and
Given under my hand and seal, this twenty.
second day of February, A. D., one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-nine.
WV. F. D URISOE, e. g. P. [a..s.]
Ordinary's Office, Feb. 22, 1859. Sin 7
Bagging, Rope & Twine.
1 Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING ;
300 Rolls Heavy Patched BAGIIING;
100 Pieces " Dundee "
350 Coils Machirie and Hand-m-aade ROPE ;
50,000 Lbs. Tennessee BACON, Hog round.
For sale low for cash, or on timie by
ESTES * CLARK.
Augusta, March 30, 185.9 3tm 12
LL COTTON RAGS WANTED, for
which oash will be paid by
- 8. . BOWERS, Ag't,
Hrmbnur.. lo 4 8 4
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IN THE CITY OF AUCUSTAs
. Ka u f f e r,
Having been compelled by his greatly increasing business, to make, "at an enormous ex
pense," an enlargement of his Store,. making it now DOUBLE its former size, and con
sequently the largest and longest in the City, would respectfully announce to his numerous
Friends and Patrons in Edgefield and vicinity that he has
JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH
With the most extensive STOCK of DRY GOODS ever offered for sale by any House
in the State of Georgia, and having paid most particular attention to the selection of the
same can offer GRE. TER IND UCEM~fENTS than I have 'ever been able to do.
Having made a longer stay in New York than usual, I was enabled to purchase some extra
BARGAINS, a few of which I enumerate, well knowing that the prices are lower than
have hitherto been seen, viz:
Pine Apple ROBES, at $4,00, worth $6,00. Marseilles Skirts, at $1, worth 92,00.
La Zebra Bayaderes, 25 Cts. per yard, worth 50 Cts. 124 White Quilts, at $1,75, worth $3,00.
Barege Delaines, new styles, at 121-2 ets., worth 37 1-2c Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, at 60 cts pr dozen.
Real French Robe deLez and Robes d'Aquille, at $1,62 Hem Stiched do at $2,25, $3, and $3,50
worth $5,00. per dozen.
Printed Muslins, at 8 cts., worth 12 ets. Fringed Towels, at 1,50, worth $3 per doz.
do do at 12 1-2, " 25 " Planters Linen for Pants, at 18 3-4 c. worth 25 c.
do Calicoes, at 8 ets. " 12 1-2 ets. An Extra Quality of Ginghams at 121-2 c.
Chintz Colored French Calicoes, at 1212 ets worth 20c. 4.4'French Calicos, at 25 cts.
Debeiges, at 121-2 c. worth 20 cts. 4-4 Printed Brillints at 12 1-2 ets.
4-4 White-BrihitenQsiltt,0 cts$per5yd.oworth3200.
theELboi ey Cabrcarhestm60etrdzn
I ca ofer he flloingGood, othlaest sthes, at exrodnary $2,25 prce, andi 3,5
Embrodere COLARS t 12 -2 cs. ad up" LaFringLed OLLs at 5 s, worth fom 50oz.$1
Long Arm Silk MITTSPantrs ine fotPatsatcts34.c worth 7525-mriee AD t 0cstedul ad n up.
I wold nw cllteprticlarAttntino Ete Qaistoy xGinasa 11-ec
Which cntainsVERY NVELTY i StyleandMatrial, nc CaPics at hic enthmstatdoscno
Fullsize LAC MATILLS at$1252,5, 2,5, 350,4,50 5,00,e 6rili00, 8,00 120 1-20 n ets.
Blac Frhit Prihia a0ct SHAWL nd. MANorthat$200c.up
Embiterel CLecLac MANRSAS at $21-cs.an0u- LaFaorita" ace $5 OLLupAR grat Bargain.,wrhfo50t$1
White AmSik MITTS ato25rets. reg hLan 75 CAs-mrFideverND st1tedule bando prices.
*Mech I~ would o ll t oepriua amtninfte myie toc bxensiv e pr-a
SHA WL AIET NDEMAT LLAHA.191 DEARUT1MEHITI
Tlc Frnc ONIIAS Lac SHBL Bn MATLA, atE U$6,00 aTEndTLAGTup.RGA
hitei thalk Lim tefricks n paeMNLAatrsoftelefrmf $3,00, wot from $5,0 Op- HraD ArgaENID. CKO
WiteB, Bolako ann olred at auretedHAWLS aotnB SCRF in Cvr [tyl & n at vr Lo pri Dces. S
ge~~erchanrkts oer apulasd dowlaoea iem Sokbfr uca
ANDMANESOKO PRICE OND FAC!AS RS
~NW 00S SPRING AN SUMMER DRTRAD'rpDEts peni iEns &!
Inc r et n eethanks t h the r ntjds c.and patroando thelate carm o ToKY&HA o NHAD PL DD8 CEO
tIih e een electaed uwt trespeiil -ug st tha ce an E~ reae OO$DS w IL L B E M AD E TO M EAUsU R E
DEPARTMENT wil~ be foiuud to comnpriae the most : N TmE MtosT ESsaIoNAntLz gTE8,i,
I11tD~AN IIIiX~I 1fthDI~1IMY D lII ~IOAT? AND AS..600D AS CAN BE.OBTAINED IN ANY PORTION OF THE COUNTRY.
BIIlMIE STlI D JiIII NOIlS~~U fi H 8881!. -LSO
INCL'CTIING : A.IE T.KO
Fncy PLAID and ROBES A'LIS; Fonlard and India SILKS;
lan BARGES, a d Printed MUSLINS; Cashmere, Stella a'id Crape SHAWLS;
Linenand iebei DLge I , &c., &c.; 1rene Lac, Crap, and Leisue VEIS
Lais' and JaSik, ad Tread GLOVES and GAU NTLETS;,CaedLcd;
Ladies' and Misses' IOSIERY, &c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
PA large stock or leache ad DrPw ISIINUS, and SIIEETINBS Scoth nd Rusia DIA-ALREA DSLC'SOKO
an Lancast QUILTS, . Ac.; 1rench ngish ad Am .ie n PRNS, In grt varity; Mor-- --
a1 Anerica IN 11AMS; Lnn 1 i ILIN Ih ; 1-arwera' SIN, TWEDS UA$SI IEIIS, A L O S ILB ODA H IH RCS
COTTONADES; Kentucky JEANS; Erinotte DRAPE D'ETE; Lasting QLOTUS, &c.
gi Great inducements ofered to Merchants and Persons purchasing Plantation Bills ANWAR TEA EPsETD
Paricuar ttetio pad t orers Godssen toanypar oftheCitNE STOCK. J A.VNFIKE
~ Meb o, ~AugstU PRilI OR CL THING
< ! IDATES
WM. QUATTLEBUM, I LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVAR, I H. BOULWARE,
JAMES SPANN, EDMUND PENN.
S. HARRISON, ROBERT D-. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAlt,
F. M. NiCHOLAS,
For Tax Collector.
JOHN C. LOVELESS, T. J. WHITAKER,
STARLING TURNER, THEOPHILUS DEAN,
K. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
C. A. HORN, CHAS. M. MAY,
J. P. ABNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
E. f. YOUNGBLOOD,
Attorney at Law and Magistrate,
W ILL attend promptly to all business placed
in his hands.
IV Office at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
April 6, tf 13
T IFE undersigned have this day formed a Part
A nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LAxnaum
Mr. MooR 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. MOORE.
Edgeneld C. H., Jan.13. tf 2
WMa- 3.. :RE.DY,"
Ettoarug at EaW),
WILL give close attention to all business en
trusted to his care.
pA- OFFICE, I THE REAR or TRE CoURLHotsH.
Edgefield C. H.,Jan. 12, 6m.- 1
AIWORET AIR sAW
Solioitor in Equity.
Orrnca, in the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgefield C. 1., S.C., Dec. 22,1858.
DRS. BLAND & HIL,, will practice Med
D icine in its various branches in this village
auvicinity. ELBERT BLAND,
J. WALTER HILL.
March 30,1859 tf 12
D E l\T T 3 S T M Y..
DR. IL PARKER, can generally
be found at the Of e formerly
occupied by G.. D. Tillman, Esq., and
will be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
March 2, 1859 tf 8
THE LIVER INVIGORATOR!
PREPARED BY Dr. SANFORD,
I a great scientificomedical discovery, and is daily
working cures, almost too great to believe. It
cures as if by magic, even the first dose giving
benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is requir
ed to care any kind of Liver Complaint, from the
worst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a cdmmon head
ache, all of which are the the result of a diseased
The Liver is one of the principal regulators of the
human body, and when it prfrns its functions well
the powers or the syhtem are fully developed. The
stomach Is almost entirely d .epeadeent on the healhh)
actioun of the Liver for the promper performaance of its.
funetitns. When the atonr0 ach is at fault, thme bowek~
aire a1 fault, andl time whole system a uffers aIn cousn.e
.quence or one 6rgan-tme Liver -h aving ceased t..
t- .0Its duty. For te diseas es of that organ, one of then
proprietors has made it "4his study, in a practie 0'
snnare than twenty years, ito flammi some remedy whmere~
with to counteract the Mmanay derangements ii.
which it ls liable.
To prove that this re0 medy is at iast found, auny
person troubled with Liv esr Complalint in an y
of Its forms, haa u otya btle n ovcinl
certain. btWr ote n ovcinI
A compound has been formed by dissoiving gums
and extracting that part which' is soluble for the ae
tive virtues or the medi eine. These gums remove
all morbid or bad matter from- the system. supply.
ing in their placea healthy Hflow of bie, Invigorating
the stomaclh, causing food to digest well, purifytng
thme blood, giving tone and hearth to the whiole machi
nery, reanoving the causes itof the disease, and effiet.
Ing a radical cure without a ny -of the disagreeable
after effects, felt by using Osiomel or Mineral Pot
son that is usually resor ted to.
One doe after eating Is sufficient to relieve t he
stomach, and prevent~the Hfood from rising and sour
Only one dose taken before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at0 enight loosens the bowels
gently, and cures costive aness.
One t'se taken after each flmeal will cure Dyspepsia.
g70ne dose of two tea rispoonafthl will always re
lieve Sick fieadache.
|One bottie taken for fe male obstruction, removes
the cause of the disease, 0and~ makesa perfect cure.
Only one dose immedi ntely relieves Cholle, while
One doso, often repeated, PiIs a sure cure for Chol
era Mtorbus, and a pr ventative of Cholera.
One dose, taken often will prevent the recurrene'.
of Bilious Attacks, while it relives all painful feel
Only one bottle isrgneede'd to throw otut of the
system the elfects of nedl cine after a long aicknems.
One bottle taken foir J.aundilc,, removes all
yellowness o r unnatural color from the akin.
One dose taken a short time before eating gives
vigor to the appetite, and makes food digest well.
One dose, often repeated, cures Chronic Diarrhaos
in Its worst forms, while summer and bowel com
plaints yield almost to the first dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by worms,
while for worms in children, there Is no surer, safer
or speedier remedy in the world, as It never fails.
There is no exaggeration in these statements;
they are plain, sober facts, that we can give evi
dence to prove, while all who nse at are giving their
unanimous testmony in its favor.
We take Infinite pleasure In recomnmending 1thi
medicine as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chill,
Fever, and all Fevers of a Billious type. It ope-r
ates with certainty, and thousands are willinag to
testify to Its wonderful virtutes.
Among the hundreds of Liver Remedies n'.w
offered to the pubilic. there are none we enn so highly
recommend as Cr. SANFORD'S INVIGORATO Rt,
so generally known now throughout the Unaion.
This prepatration is truly a Liver Inviguarator, pro
ducing the most happy results on all who use it.
Almost innumerable certificates have been given to
the great virtue of this medaicinme by those of thr
highest standing in society, and we know it to be
the best preparation now before the publi.-Hud
sem Counaty Democrat.
Price, One Dollar Per Bottle.
SANFORD & CO., Proprietor.
345 Broadway, New York.
For saile at Edugefield C. H., by G. L. Paxx, Agt.
Junel16. 1858. ly 23
State of South Carolina,
IN OWUI.Y.Af Y',
vs. Citation to Ac't.
John W. Blodace, Guardian.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that the Defend
ant John W. Bledsoe, resides b.-vond the limits
oft the State; on motion of Mr. Soibies, Plaintiff's
Attorney, It is ordered thas the Defendant appear
either In person, or by his Attorney, at my office on
Mondlay the 23rd of May next, to account with the
Plaintiff, as her Guardian. Given under my hand
at my office, this the 28th Feb. 1859.
W.F. DURISOE, o. m. '.
March 2. Sum S
State of South Carolina,
Exparto, I'rti~,in foer
Anmada1ol1y.,Virginia E. holly. J'uu'url ,.1
U NDlil anm mmralr tfrom t'hanmelliomr W~ardilaw in
thes matter, I hereby '.otitIe time creditors of
liufus Homlly, late mar Kdgettmeld hiistrim't, to preent
and fully parove hlbre,'s mem thmeir vitphums against time I
estato mif the saimi diecassdm, sin or belore the, thirda
Mondamy in Mtay ineat, as asthmerwisa thmeir samid claims
wiil lie bmaravd in thme amttlemen'mt of his estate.
A. S~iMK lNS, in. x. x. 0.
Marmh 2. 1459. 3m 8
N OT lCE-.Jmlshn Soigleir, livinig i10 iali, North
of Aiken, tolls before mme a cumuli hA Y lIORiE, 1
wath a white ipet on hiis foreheamd amnd a. white op,.i
on the right simde of his neck ; supposedl to lie absut
17 yeatrs old atnd appslraisead at forty mdollar,.
Thme owaner is requested to conmc fonrwvad, prove
property, pay charges and take hiam away.
SA MU EL POSEY, x.z.a'.
Dec. 18, 1858 4tm*a 1 ,
E STRAY NOTICE--Tolled before me, on
the 22d Dec. 1858, by Felix Lake, living eight
analea North of Edigefleld C. 11., an BEtray BAY
MA RE MULE, 21 or 22 years old, 14 hands high,
and numterous marks of the gear on her sides and
legs. Appraised at $15.
L. CORLEY, M..]
Jan. 5, 1859 4tm 5
N OTICE--All persons indebted to the Estate !
of J. B. Talbert, deceased, are requested to 1i
make payment at an early date,6~nd those having V t
demands against said Estate, will reader them In d
properly attested for paymn. .ALERT
Set.9 65 1mLETAd'r
Wo. F. PRATT..4A
Wholesale and Retal
NEWBERRY, 8, C., '
RE now prepared to sell upon better terms than
,can be had elsewhere in South Carolina, every
arlety of DRUS, MEDICINES and CHEMi
IALS, at wholesale and retail.
Paints, oils, bamislys,
PUTTY, GLASS AND
Painters' and Glaziers' Tools
a store; and will be sold, upo a warranty, at low
rates. A fine stock of
PHYSICIANS' AND SUEG;ONS' INSTMENTS,
'hemical Apparatus, Playsicians' Saddle Bags and
Medicine Cases, and Family Medicine Chests
of the latest styles. A full assortment of
rrusses and Braces!
of the most approved patarns.
THE CHOICEST. BRANDS OP
smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
br sale in any quantities desired. The Wines and
iquors were puachased with a viet. to fedical
Wies, and are from the most Reliable Importers.
ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE SOLD AT'A
7ERY LOW PROPIT. Afull-andfresh supply of
Zk=E ANE MAUCE11t
if all kinds, PICLZS, Puuszavss, TADLn Fiurr,
KACARONI, ISlNoI.AsS, Gaz.Avix, and many other
.rticles in the Culinary Line, will always be.kept
in hand at the very lowest prices. A varied and
astefully selected stock of
BRUSHES AND COMBS in endless variety;
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, and TOILET ARTI
ILES of dvery description, all je* and direct from
A COMPLETE STOCK OF EVERYTHING IN STCRE.
Da. Pairr, who has for a long time been conneet.
ad with the Drug Interest in Newberry, and yhore
experienes and satisfactory business connections
entitle him to the confidente of purehasers, has
lust returned from the Northern Cities where I e
bought the entire stock upon the most reasonable
terms, the whole of which is warranted Fnpn and
Xl-A COMPETENT AND EXPERIEWCED
APOTHECARY has been secured in thePrescrip.
tion Department, and a guaranty is given that
patrons can have their prescriptions filled In the
most unexceptionable style.
PLANTERS, PHYSICIANS AND MEnCAXTrs wTll
find it to their interests to call upon W. P. Pratt
A Nance, at the sign of the Golden Nortar,
Corner of Main and Caldwell Streets,
WILLIAM F. PRATT,
WILLIAM F. NANCE.
Mar 30 2m - 1
GREAT AND VALUABLE
SALE OF GOODS!
T HE undersigned, Assigeps of S, T. Agnew,
will, from this date, offer the
of Goods in the store of S. T. Agnew,-at cost, and
continue to sell the same at great Bargains, until
the entire~stock is closed out. This stock is one of
the largest and best selected assortments of Gooz a
ever oifered In the State of South Carolina.
All of which have been purchaued In the best
markets in the world, and at greatly reduced prices,
below that of any other stock ever offered in this
THIS STOCK EMBRACES
A full assortment of all the
ARTICLES USUALLY WVANTED BY PLANT
ERS, MERCHANTS and MECHA NICS, &c:
of all kinds, embracing a complete sesortment of
SHELF HARDWARE' AND CUTLERY.
Also, a large assortment of all kinds of.
And FARMERS IMPLEMENTS, generally.
A complete assortment of all kinds..
One of the largest and most complete stocis ofa1
kinds of Dny~ Goons, adny1ted to the wants of everr
person, together with a large assortment of articles
too numerous to mention.
All this Entire-Stock will be.
SOLD AT COST FOR CASH
.,r in large sums, will be sold on a Credit, with good
and approved bankable notes.
Merchants and others wanting Goods in this line,
.vill do well to call and examine the Stock, as all
who wish to purchase can save from 50 to'75 per
-ent, on their purchases.
THIS STOCK MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT
?A IL, so all persons are invited to call and he con
vinced of the great inducements now offered.
SigedPETER HAIR, -
Signed'W. W. BOUSEAL,'
Assignees of S. T. Agnew.
March 22 3m 12
T HIE subscriber takes this method of returning
his thanks to his friends for their liberal sup
.urt dluring the past year, and respectfully informs
hegn and the publie generally, that ho still cona
tinues his FA MILY GROCERY, and will al
.rayvs keep on hunid a COMPLETE ST0CK of
,verything in the Grocery line, to which he invites
;be attention of the trading p~ublie. His terms are
reaasonable, as he is convinced that "a niNble
Penny as better thaen ,a niow .Shilling."
Also. on hand, a large stock of BOO0TS AI$D
? HI0ES8, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859. ly 52
. IIE celebrated Morgan Stal.
wail stand the 5pring season of
1859, at Edgefield Court House.
C HA L LENG E is abeautiful
black with long and wavy mane and tail, 15&
hands high, and weighs 1040 pound,. He was 4
tears old last June, and was sired by Black Hawk,
ry Sherman Morgan. by Justin Morgan. Dam
'y 'White Mountain Morgan, by Sherman Morgan,
by Justin Morgan. Grand dam by Woodberry, by
fustin Morgan. He covers on both sides as much
Mtorgan blood as any other horse now living.
He was bought by the subscribers in Windsor,
V'ermont, of D. C. Linsley, Esq., at a heavy ex.
sense i he Is well broke to harness, and ea trot
als mile In 8 minutes, without training.
Tzaxs-$25 to insure a zare in foal, and $1,00
;o the groom.
5. F. GOODE,
March 16, 1859 tf - 10
DICK CHEATHAM I
[WILL stand the ensuing season at
VEgeield Court House, on Mon- ' ''
lays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and at ..I./ \
tarmon Glallman's the remainder of the week, at
hirty dollars the season, with the privilege of send
ng any other season until a mare proves In foal.
D1IK QilEATHAM isa beautiful black colt,
iur years old in May next, falil fifteen hands three
nces high, and weighs abouteleven hundred and
fly pounds. lie was a good race horse. He was
Ired by Imported Albion, his dam'was by I.
ortedl Leviathan, grand dam by Paeolet, great
rand dam hy Top Gallant, great, greatgrand dam
*y Lamuplighter, &c.
The Albiens have rn 20 races this winter and
on 16. beating the cracks of Kentucky at Mean
his Tennessee ; the cracks of Virginiaat Charles
nn, S. C., andl the cracks of Alabuma at Mont.
omery, Mobile and Columbus.
'1HIOMAS G. BACON.
January 19, 1859 tf 2
~jOTICE.--All 'persons having any demands
~agaist the Estate of Richard Searli., decidl.,
re requested to present them on or before the i'th
lay of June, properly attested; as there will be a
nal settlement of said Estate on that dlay.
RICH. BARRETT. 1Ad'ons '
Mar 9 3m0
TOTICE.-All persons having any demandls
. against the estate of Levi Wewby, deceased,
re requested to hand them in, prope-rly attested,
y or before Thursday the 18th day of )ay, es I
atend making a final settlement of said estas in
ce Ordinary's O~ice, at Edgefiuld C. H., on til'at.
my. All those indebted to said estate are expeet
I to pay the same.forthwith.
40QJ. P. BDMONDk~entea0
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