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PUBI,18El) EVERY WEDSNDAY MORNING.
A. nr r, D.-. LDUBISOE, & :.-XEESE
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tw .DOLLARs per year.if paid in advance-Two.
DOLLARs and FirY CrsTs if not paid within six
months.-and THREE DOLLARS if not paid before
the expiration of the year.
Subscriptions out of the District and from other
States must invariably be paid for in advance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
All advertisements will be correctly and conspic
uously inserted at Seventy-five Cents per Square
(12 Brevier lines or less) for the firstinsertion, and
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will be charged.
Transient Advertisements, to secure publicity
through our columns, must Invariably be paid in
Advertisements not having the desired number
of Insertions marked on the imargin, will be *on
tinued until forbid and charged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year can do
so on the most liberal terms-it being distinctly
understood. that contracts for yearly advertising
are confined to the immediate, legitimate business
of the Arm or individual contracting.
All communications of a personal character will
be charged as advertisemente.
Obituary -Notices exceeding one square in length
will be eharged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Announcing a Candidate (not inderted untiligid
for,) Five Dollars.
For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two D6llars, to
be paitl by the Magistrate advertising.
Celebrated Donble Screen
- ROCKAWAY PREMIUM
W."EEAT JPAJS I
T IR SUBSCRIBER having purchaeed the
Right fur thia State, now offers to Planters
thjse justly aelebrated Fant fur oleaning Wheat.
This Pan imrsuperior to any thing of the kind now
in use, as the number of premiums awarded at
different State Fairs will attest. It is simple in
Its strubture, easily rigged, works well, and when
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
ae,- a lot'of Thresbers which are so extensively
known that I deein It unnecessary to eulogise them
These Machines are all manufactured In this
place, by skillful workmen, and of the very best
tuaterial, and warreuted to do w.hat is said for
them. Any orders for either of the above Ma
chines, addressed to the subscriber, or left with
tny Travelling Agents, will be promptly attend
For all Repairing and Job Work, the Cash will
be required upon delivery.
JOHN ENRIGH T.
Abbeville C. H., April 20, 3m 15
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS!
THlE RICHMOND FACTORY,
RICHMOND COUNTY, GA.
Cl 'uinnes to manufacture WOOLEN CLOTH at
TJ2& centsper yard for plain and16eots, for tw ills
-inding every material except the wool. The
extensive and constantlyincreasing patronage the
Factory has enjoyed for years past, assure the
proprietors that the article of Winter Clothing for
Negroes, made by them. has not been surpassed
by any Cloth made North or South..
Recent extensivo improvements and others now
being erected, enable us to keep up the standard
of the Goods, and to secure en early delivery.
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. Blurry Wool
Is not objetionabl--the burrs,.are removed by
machinery.. The name of 'the owner should be
marked 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
tery" marked upon it, will be regularly and prompt
ly received, and the Cloth, when made, returned
to the points 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 R OW
L AND, our Agents in Augusta, Gas.
A. JOHNSTON, President.
- . Richmond Factory.
April 20 3m 15.
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
T H E subscriber is now Agent for the Sale of
OG LEBY'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 sold unless it gives the most perfect
Since the introduction of this Gin 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 plantation,
five miles East of Edgefield, C. 1H.
Address the subscriber at Edgefield C. IT., S. C.
JOHN A. ADDISON.
April 20, tf 15
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL DOWVEL DIS.EASES,
Cholera, Cholera Morbse, Dyacentery, .Diarrheoa,
Bilious Colic, Colic Infantum. Also, Admira
bly adapted to many Diseases of Females,
most especially MEIKsRaXrOx.
VHE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL are
Ltoo well known to requireencomiums.
1st. It oures the worst cases of Diarrhma.
2nd. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery.
3rd. It cures California or Mexican Diarrhcea.
4th. 'It relieves the severest Colic.
5th. It cures Cholera Morbus.
6th. It cures Cholera Infantum.
7th. It cures painful Menstruation.
8th. It relieves Pain in the Back and Loins.
9th. It contracts Nervousness and Despondency.
10th. It restores Irregularities.
11th. It dispels Gloomy and Hysterical Feelings.
12th. It's an Admiraale Tonio..
A few Extraets frem Letters, Testimonials, &c.
"Ihave used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and
have found it a most effiient, and in my judgment,
a valuable remedy.
-- - ow. HIRAM WARNER,
'Judge Supreme Court, Ga."
"It gives me pleasure in being able to recom
mend Jacob's Cordial; my own personal experience
and the experience of my neighbors and friends
around me, is a suffcient guarantee for me to be.
lieve it.to be all that it purports to be, viz: A
WM. IT. UNDERWOOD.
Formerly Judge Superior Court, Cherokee Circu.t,"
"I take great pleasure in-recommending this in
valuable medicine to all afficted with bowel dis
eases, for which I believe it to ha a sovereign
remedy-decidedly superior to any thing else ever
tried by me.
*A. A. GA ULDING,
Deputy G.M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia."
"I have used Jaoob's Cordial in mny family, and
this, with all I hear about it as a remedy by those
who have tried it, induces me to believe that it
stands at the head of every preparation of the kind,
and I would recommend its use in the diseases for
MILES G. DOBBIN,
Cashier of Bk. of State of Georgia, Griffn."
"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.
Prom the mass of testimony in its favor coming in
from all quarters, it must be very far in advance, as
a eurative agent, of most if not all other patent pre
parations- A. FLEMINiG,
Cashier Marina and Fire Ins. Bk., Griffi."
"SThis-emetlent-remedy jisraveling'into celebrity
at fastasBonapartepUshedhbiscolunmnsinto Russia,
and gaining commendation wherever used.'-Geor
ga Jejemonian, Mayl19th. 1858.
SOLD BY DBUGGISTS EV'ERYWHERE.
Merchants. Druggists and Physicians sup
thoed'by 3. ASHIURST, Importer ahd Wholesale
bealer, Charleston, S. C..
sept.22, 1858. . l y 37
A Reward of $25 will be given for the appre
hension'and. lodgement in the Jail of Edge
5.od. af my boy LEONAR D, lately purchased frem
James Wells, residing on Hurn's Creek. Said Leon
ardia aboatfige feet II Inches high, rather slender,
and of .slghteoopper ~ilor, aged about 1@rtyve
pines.MALEN 3. ADDJBO.
KrsbinUUag If 30
WATqII MAKERS & JEWELERS.
I14 .this day formed a
6.-partnershij will occupy
nhe Rufoms next udjoining the
Poset Oilieu, ndui will give the STRICTEST AT
TENTION to) all buuinues eutrusted to tleir card.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BA DGES- made to
order and warranted.
gV Particular attention will be paid to Watch
repairing. F. H. CANfDEE,
D. F. McEWEN.
Edgefield, Nov. 1. 1858 tf 43
HORSE TAMING 1
T IHE Subscriber respectfully offers his services
to the citizens of Edgefield and Barnwell in
the practice of the NEW and USEFUL art of
He has purchased the right to this practice for
the Districts of Edgofield and Barnwell, and iA
prepared to give instruction or to subdue vicious
horses for all who destire it.
Upon the-formatlop.of a Class of five or uore is
any neighborhoodle will upon notificatin from
the parties, attend at any place they may appoint,
and Instruot.thom in the thousand applications of
prAddress, at Beolh Island Post Office,
A. Wi ATKINSON.
P. S.-In connection with the above I have on
hand LANIER'S PATENT -DRIDLE, the right
to use which Is givon to each scholar. A.W. A.
April 5 Sin 13
p*-Barnwell Sentinel please copy for three
months, and forwaerd account to A. W. A. as above
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!
NEAR GR-A N ITEVILLE, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY. announces to the citizens of
South Carolina and the South at large, that he
is now prepared to furnish
OP EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
As well made, of as good -maleripl, and on as rea
sonable terms as can be -found any where in the
gg Persons desiring further information will
ple we address me at Granitevlle,'S. C.
Jan.19 1850 . tf. 2
Blue Ridge Uail Road Compa
ny in Soth Carolina.
CHARLESTON, 19th February, 1859.
S UBSCRIBERS TO THE CAPITAL STOCK
arehereby notified that the EIGHTEENTH
and -NINETEENTH-instalments of the old sub
scription, and TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT of
the new subscription, are required to be paid as
The EIGHTEENTH 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 subscriition'on
the 19th day of April:next.
FIVE PER CENT. of the tibw subscription on
the 19th day of May next.
By order. WM. 11. PERONNEAU.
March 10, 1859 1ot 10
l0It THE ltAPID CDRE! OP
Coldse Cousgins, andi
. Banstxe.n, Mess.. 20th Dec., 1855.
Da...C. A rea: I do nut haeitate tosay
the best remedy I lhave ever tound for
Conghe. Ilnarseness. lndpenes. and the
concomitant symptoms of.a Cold, isyremnr
Cnar PIOTOKAL.. Its constant irse in -
may practice an-l my family for the last
ten years ba hoaen it to possesa snpm
rior virtues for the treatment of these
complat. EllEN KNIGHT, M. D.
A.B. MORTiEY, Esq.,of Urica, N. T., writes: a I lneav
usedl your Atclarud myself and in my famrily ever since
you Invented It, and telieve it tihe beat medicina for its
puirose ever put nut. With a bail cold I shouil sooner
pay twenty-fivsm dtliars for a bottle than do without it, or
take any other resmedly."
.Crfoup, WVhoopingConghI Infiuenas..
llaorsu Arm: I will cheerfully certify yonr I'wetua
ie the beet remedy we lesse.'a far the curs of whneoping
cough, croup, andi the clhet dilseases of cidi'ren. # e of
your fraternity lu the South applrecate your skill, and
commend your meedicina to our people.
.HIRtAM CONKLIN, H. D).
AMOS LUE, EsQ., Moxamur, IA., writes,8Sd .Tan., 1556:
" I had a tedious Innensa, which cenfinedl me in donrs
six weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally.
triad your ftctanelby the adice of oar clerljymat. The.
first dose relievedi the soreness in my thcrat andl tungs ;
less than one halt tihe attie made mie comtpletely we'll.
Your medlicines are the cheapest as we'll as the baet we
can bay. ands we esteem ymu, Doctor, aned youir remedies,
as tie poor man's friend."
Asthana or Phthlici, and Bronchltis.
W~ai .itagst. Pa., Fetl,. 4, 1566.
8:a: Tonr Clseery J'eetural is performing marvellous
cmrve in this section. It lhas relIeved several from alarm
lag symptoms of cionsuimption, andl is now enrig.a msan
who has labored under an affescton of the lungs for fbd
last forty years. IlBNitY L. PARKS, btorchaunt.
A. A. RtAMleRY, Me. D.. Alamos, Moxxos. Co., IowA,
writes, Sept.6.1855: "lDuring my practice ot many years
I lhave fournd~ nothing eqjual to Penter (Yniery I',carat fosr
giving ease and relief to consumptive psatienta, or curng
such as are cutrahsle."
We mighet aded volumes of evience, but the most 'on
eiucing proof of tihe virtueesai tles remceily ia found iii Its
etfpe upon trial.
Probably no one remiedy has'erer been knwn, whlech
cured so many and sneh dansgeros cases as this. Some
no human aid can reach: but even'to those the Chery
Iactoral affords relief and aomfoert.
Astoa Ifos, Nxw Ynag City. Msarch 5, 1556.
Doeros Avma. T1nwa.t.: I fel It a duaty aw!t a pleasure
to informn you wheat youar C/cerry I'nfora1 has dn, fer rmy
wife. She had bean fiee montssi lahnerIng undisr the. dian
gerouis symoptomes of Conesumptiomn. from wheichi no mnidiwe
coueld procure gave her suhrbelief. She was stena.liiy fail
lng, until Dr. Strong. of this city. whesre wa have co~ns.- for.
advice, recomniended a trial of your mtedicine. We., tbless
is kindness, as we do yesur skliti;. for she lhes rovered
from that day. She. Is nost yet as stcaung ua she usee'to
be, but is free franm hrer cough, and calls herself welt.
Yours with gratitudie ned regardl,
ORLtANDO SIIlfB, or Suaaiesvi.g.
Ornaptires, do not despair till you have triad Aria's
Csauar Pacroar. It is naed., by one of tics best medical
chemists in the world, and its cures all around tea bespeak
the lhigh merits of its virtues. -P/s7adepeua celer.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
TiHE sciences of Chemnistry aned Rtediciea have bee~n
.Ltaxed their tetmeet to produce thia Lest, most perfect
purgative which is khtown to moan. Inenierable proob
are sheown that thesellni~ eave virtues which surpass in
excellence the ordin4 medicineg, and thast they win urn
prcedentedly upon this esteem of all nien. They aresafe
anti pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pane.
trating propertissetinmulate the vital activitiesof the body,
remcove the obatructios of its organs, puerity the blenoe,
and expel disease. They purge out the folumnors which
isreedi and grow dletetueper, stinulate siugih or disoin
de'reddorge einto their natlural'actioa,and imparthealthy
tone with strength to the wholee system. Not only do
they cure the every-dhay complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have bailled
the best of human skill. Whilh, thcey produce powertld
efects, they are at the same timie, in diainushed doses, the
safest and beet physic that can be euiiployed for children.
Being eugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; end being
purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harma. Cures
have been made which surpass belief were they net sub.
santiated by men of such exalted poseition and character
as to ibrid the suspicion of uintruth. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify
to the public the relIability of mcy remediees, while others
have seat me the assurance of their conviction that mty
Preparations countibute iseniesly to the relief of nmy
alifected, suffering fellow-meen..
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing diretions for thteir use andt
certificates of their cures, of the following compllaits:
Costiveness, Btilloums.Comopiaiuts, htheunsatlsmn, Dropsy,
leartbuern, Iheadache arising from a foul stoniach, Nau
sea, Indlgestion, Meorbidi Inatione of tie flowels andu Pain
arising therefroe. Flatuileucy, Loss of Aieppetite, all Ulcecs
otis and Cutaneous Diseases wich require an evacuaist
needicne,'Scrofuela ear K~li s Lvii. They a'ane, hy purify
ling the blo~od and stlmathri thes syase cuet masy
eonm ilainta wich it woueld neot bee sinyp~sd thesy conld
reach. suich aN Deafses, PartIal 15lindesees, Neuteaigie, ai
Nervous Trritabiity, Daeranagemnents of the Liver and Kh~i
neys. ilesut, and other kindred cmtplainuts arising from a
low state of the body or obstructiona of its functions.
Do not be psut off by uinprincipsed dealers with some
other pill they make mors profit en. Ask for Aria's
Puts, and take nothing aes. No other they can give
you COmpares with this in Its intrinsIc value or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is for them,
and they should have It.
Prepared by Dr. J. O. AYEE,
Prctcal andhAalytical Chemist, LoWell, Mass.
Fares 3s Crs. v's Box. In's Boxas sea $2.
G. L. PENN and DRS. A. G, A T. J. TEAGUE,
Edgeileld C. H.; A. J. PELLETIER A CO., 11am.
urg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale
b HAVILAND, CHICHESTER A CO., Augusta,
Junb2 1y 21
Bagging, Rope & Twine.
1 ales Heavy Gunny-BAGGING ;
1J300 Rolls Heavy Patched BAGGING ;
100 Pieoes " Dundee as
350 Coils Machine aid Hand..made ROPE ;
50,000 Lbs. Tennessee BACON, Hog round..
For sale low for cash, or- asn timp hy
ESTES & CLAlIK.
Augusta, March 30, 1359 3m 12
LL. COTTON RAGS WANTED, for
L5wheh eah willI ials by
ar..snass 31shN af Ag
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IN THE CITY OF AUCUSTA.
Kau ff 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.4TER IND UCEJJIENTS than I have ever been able to do.
Having made a longer stay in New York thanausual, 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 ?200.
La Zebra Bayaderes, 25 Cts. per yard, worth 50 Cts. 12-4 White Quilts, at $1,75, worth $3,00.
Barege Delaines, new styles, at 121-2 cts., 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 $225, $3, and $3,50
worth $5,00.. per dozen.
Printed Muslins, at 8 cts., worth 12 cts. Fringed Towels, at $1,50, worth $3 per doz.
do do at 12 1-2, " 25 " Planters Linen for Pants, at 18 3-4 c. worth 25 C.
do Calicoes, at 8 cts. " 12 1-2 cts. An Extra Quality of Ginghams at 12 1-2 c.
Chintz Colored French Calicoes, at 1212 cts worth 20c. -
Debeiges, at 121-2 c. worth 20 cts. 44PitdBilata 212cs
4-4 White-BrWhitenQuiltt,0 cts$per5ydwowohth3200c
InthiEbri ey Deprcakrhestm60etrdzn
I ca ofer he flloingGood, othlaest sthe exrodonary $2,25 prce, andi3,5
Embrodere COLARS t 12 -2 cs. ad up"LaFringLed OLLs at 5, worth fromper o1
Long Arm Silk MITTSPantrs ine fotPatsatcts3.,c worth 7525-mriee AD t 0cstedul ad n cp.
I wold owalltheparicuAratntino Ete Qaistoy xGinasa11-ec
4Whi Bilint sat EVER NOETY yle andt Maeil20darceowihvntemotfsiio.cno
Iobje r z:lwn od, ftelts tlea xrodnrylwpievz
Embiterel CLrcLSat MANT1-2 Ats, a $3p--" wFaorita" rom C5OLLARSa grat Bargain.,wrhfo50t$1
Whitg AmSik aIT Colre ag SHAWLS. andrthARF etn-Emroi ered styl and 0t ther owblesau.
W~rhIi would o el ticla amtninfte Ldeomy xtcensive pu ha
AWhitRa Aprick c MATLiS t$,0 ot rm 1505p- raBran
WM. QUATTLEBUM, LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVAR, I. OULWARE,
JAMES SPANN, EDMUND PENN.
S. HARRISON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAR,
For Tax Collector.
JOHN C. LOVELESB, T. J. WHITAKER,
STARLING TURNER, TiEOPHILUS DEAN,
K. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
C. A. HORN, j HAS. M. MAY,:
J. P. ABNEY, . W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNEL DAVID BODIE -
,. N. Yoiuk 8LOOD
Attorney at Law and Magistrate,
ILL attend promptly to all business placed
in his ands.
01 Office at Edgeleld C. H., S. C.
April 6, tf 13
rTlIE undersigned have this day formed a Part
.E nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LANDRUM
Mr. -Moont will regularly attend the Coirts:at
Abbeville,:and.will promptly transaet all business
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
Edgefield C. H., Jan. 13.; tf 2
WM. J. READT,
11ttorue at Zate,
WILL give close attention to all business en
trusted to his care.
po- OrIca, Ix TXu REAR OF TRE CoURT HoUsE.
Edgeleld C.H., Jan. 12, .m. 1
* LOUDON BUTLER,
1AWOBEaI AV lAW
Splioitor in - Equity.
Omrcz,:In the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Dec. 22, 1858.
DMRS. BLAND & HILL, will practice Med.
icine In its various branches in this village
and vicinity. - ELBERT BrAND,
J. WALTER HILL.
March 30,1859 tf 12
D E N T I S T B"ir.
D R. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Office 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,
I3 a great scientific medical discovery, and is daIlg
working eures, almost too grept to believe. It
cures as if by magic, even the -rat dose giving
benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is requir
ed to cure any kind of Liver Complaint, from th
worst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a common head
ache, all of which are the the result of a diseauec
The LIver Is one of the prIncIpal regulators of thi
human body, and whent it.~ perfarnms Its functions wel
the power. of thu system are fully developed. Thi
stomach Is almoat enitirely dependent on the )health;
action of the Liver for the proper performance of i
flancllsns. Whent the stam0 ach Is at fault, the bowel
are at fault, and the whole .,system su feor s In comae
quence of one organ-the C'Liver- havIng eased ti
doits duty. For the dlses es of that organ, one, of thk
propriet'irs has made it i ts study, In a practice a
more than twenty years,M tond some remedy where
wth toeutract the 19many derangements 14
To prove that thIs rev medy Is at last found, an:
person treubled with Liv 0er Complaint In.- anm
of itsaforms,has but to try a bo~e and conviction I
A compnound has been ~formed by dissolving gum
and extracting that part whlch Is soluble for the ac
tive vIrtues of the medi eine. These gums remov
all morbId or bad matter frhsm the system, supply
ing in thelrplace a healthy Hdow of bile. tnvigoratin
the stomah causing food to dIgest well. purifyin
the blood, giig tone and he alth to the whole mach
nery, reoigthe .eauses Ptof the dIsease, and effect
1ag a radical cure without rlan y of the disagreeabl
after effects, felt by using Calomel or Mineral Poi
son that is usually resor ted to.
One dose after eating Is sufficient to relIeve th
stomach, and prevent the Hfood from rising and somi
Only one dose taken before retiring, proven
~nly one dose taken at0 e ight loosens the bowe
gently, anid cures costIve a ncas.
One 'tee taken after each Ameal will cure Dyspepit
0D n edoeo two tea" spoonsftul wWl always rn
One bottle taken for fe male obstruction. remova
the cause of Ike disease0 and makes aplerfectecure.
Only one dosae Inamedil, ately relIeves UholIc, whi
One dose, often repeated, la I a sure curs fur Cho
era Morbus, and a pr ventative of Cholera.
One dose, taken often, will prevent the recurrent
of BilIous Attacks, while it relieves all palnfial fee
in~.Only on botl i neded tothroy out of tl
system the efibts ofomcdl eine after a 1ong slcknes
One bottle taken fvr LJaundice, re movyes aa
yellowness or unnatural ooer from the skIn.
One dose taken a short time before eating givi
vigor to the appetite, and makes food digest well.
One dose, often repeated, cures Chronic Diarrhas
In Its worst forms, while summer and bowel con
plaints yield alinost to the first dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by worm
while for wormA In children, there Is no surer, saft
or speedier remedy in the world, as It never falls.
There is no exaggeration in these statements
they are plain, sober facts, that we can give ev
deuce to prove, while all whe use it are giving the
unanimous testimony In its favor.
We take infinite plessaure In recommending th
medicine as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chil
Fever, and all Fevers of a Billions type. It opei
ates with certainty, aud thousands are willing i
testify to its wonderful virtues..
Among the hundreds of Liver Remedies no
offered to the public, there arc none we can so highl
recommend as Cr. SANFORD'S INVIGORATOI
so generally known now throughout the Unioi
This preparation is truly a Liver Invigorator, prc
ducing the most happy results on all who usei
Almost innumerable certinecates have been given 1
the great virtue of this medicine by those of th
highest standing in socIety, and we know It to lt
the best preparation now before the publie.-Ie
son County Demtocrat.
Price, One Dollar Per Bottle.
SANFORD A CO., Proprietor.
345.Broadway, New York.
For sale at Edgefiold C. H., by 0. L. PENNv, Ag'
June 16,1858. ' 1y 23
State of South Carolina
Ruth Holstein, '
vs. - Citation to Ac'i
John W. Bleduoe, Guardian.
IT appeoarng tomy satisfaction that the Defend
an DonW leds, rusides beyonid the limit
of the State; on motion of Mr. Beibles, Plaintiff'
Attorney, It is ordered thaa the Defendant appea
either in person, or by his Attorney, at my offie c1
Monday the 23rd of May next, to account with th
Plaintif as her Guardian. Given under my hana
at my offie, this the 28th Fob. 1859.
W. F. DURISOE, 0.3m. D.
March 2. 3m 8
State of South Carolina
IN EQUIT Y.
Exparte, IPeiton /o
AmandalHolly, Virginia E. Holly, ~.Payanent o.
Geo. T. Holly and Rufus E. Holly.) De bts, *c.
U NDER an order from Chancellor Wardlaw ii
ths mnatteor, I hiereby notify the credItors o
Itufus Holly, late of Edgefleld District, to presen
and fully prove before me their claims against th<
estate of the said deceased,.on or before the thir<
Monday in Mayjnext, as otherwise their said claim
will be barred in the settlemsnt of his estate.
A. BIMKINS, c. i. a. D.
.March 2, 1859. 3m 8
State. of South Carolina
Jeptha Couch, Adm'or of William Satcher.,
The Creditors generally of the said dee'd.
ITappearing to my satisfaction that the assets o
said deceased are insufieent to pay of his debta
in full. It is ordered and decreed thstall and sin
gular, the creditors of the said William Satcher
deceased, do.present their claims against the sake
William Satcher, deceased, before me, properlb
proved, on or before the twenty-third day of.Ma
next, and that thefjdo appear ii-'thie Cout of Ori
nary, on said twenty thirdladay of May next, to re
coiW' their propo'rtion of the assets of sal 2deeed1
and failing to do so, they will po procluded ani
Given -under my -band and seal, this twentya
seecond daypof February, A. D., one thousand elgh
.hsm~pdnd fty-nier -.-- --
- W- 4 b-URI8OR~i ea. [r...]
aufa..u.. a. 2., IMe. 3m I
Whilesal and Zetail
NEWEERRY, S. C.,
A R11nowp rrdtoesell nbtter aa-'Ih
dahehd lewhere, in ' Caro'line, .
variety of DRUS, MEDICINES 'an*- CMEUP
CALS, at wholesale and retail.
Vaints, oile,. -bamisoe,
-PUTTY, GLASS AND
Painters' and Claies' Tee.
in storo; and will be sold, upon a varrpag , alow
rates. A fine stock of
EHYSICIANS' AND SUEGEONW INSTRUMENT31
Chemical Apparatus, Physicians' Sale B an4'
Medicine Cases, and Family-Medlioe OusWN
of the latest styles. A full assortment of
Trusses and .Braoees
of the most approved patterns.
THE CHOICEST BRANDS.01.
Smoking and Chewing Tobaeo,
for sale in any qantities desired. The Wfie d )
Liquors were pisachased with a eie so.'Midfe'eV
Uses, and are from the most Reliable Importers.
ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE SOLD AT A
VERY LOW PAOFIT. Afull and.fresh suppIlso
F37203 AND SAUSES9,
of all kinds, PICKLes, Pusmavas, TAzL Paumys,
Micinoxi, IszxoI.Jss, GAr.AIuv&, and many other
articles in the Culinary Line, will. always be kept
on band at the very lowest prices; !A variod'and
tastefully selected stock of -
F.A.N C"TGO IY
BRUSHES AND COMBS in endless virlety
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, and TOIL'ET AM-;
OLES of every description, all new and direerom
A COMPLETE UTEK OF EVERYTING INu MW
Da. Pn.rt, who has for a lon time been connect.
ed with the Drug Interest in Nbw ",,an& whose
experience and satisfactory-lusin ctions
entitle him to the conuidinee of pe' as
just returned from the Northern C' as -where te
bought the entire stock upon the most reasonable
terms, the whole of which is warranted Fass ad
AM-A COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED
APOTHECARY has been secured in thePrescrip-.
tion Department, and: a guaranty is' given tthat
patrons can have their prescriptions filled in the
most unexceptionable style.
PLANTERS, PRusIcrAsS AND MERCIrArs will
And it to their interests to call upon W. F. Pratt
A Nanee, at the sign of the Golden Mortar,
Corner of Main and Caldwell Streets,
* KEWEERRY, . 0.
WILLIAM F. PRATT,
WILLIAM F. NANCE.
Mar30 ' 2m 12
GREAT AND VALVABLE
SALE OF 0000!
TI E undersigned, Assignees of S. T. Agnew,
will, from this date, offer the
)f Goods in the store of S. T. Agnew, at .cost, .and
~ontinue to sell the sameat great Bargains, until
rho entire stock is closed out. This stock is one of
the largest and best selected assortments of Goos
~ver offered in the State of South Carolina.
All of which have been-pure~hased in the best
markets in the world, and atroatly redueecdlprices,
below that of any other stock ever offered in this
THIS STOCK EMBRACES
A full assortment of'all the*
ARTICLES USUALLY WANTED BY PLANT.
ERS, MERCHANTS and MECHANICS, Ac:
of all kinds, embraeing acompletesassortment of
SHELF HARDWARE AND COTLERY,
Also, a large assortment of all kinds of
SAnd FARMERS IMPLEMENTS, generally.
s A complete assortment of all kinds.
One of the largest and most complete stocks of all
kinds of DaY Goone, adapted to the wants of every
e person, together with .a large assortment of articles
too numerous to mention.
AUl this Entire Stock will be
.SOLD AT COST FOR CASH
' r in large sums, will he sold on a Credit, with good
and approved bankable notes.
SMerchants and others wanting Goods in this line,
aill do well to call and examine the Stock, as all
a, -ho wish to purchase can save from 50 to 75 per
-ent. on thgar purchases.
TIS STOCK MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT
', F'AIL, so all persons are Invited to call and be con
r inced of the great inducements now offered.
Signed, PETER HAIR,
ge' W. W. HOUSEAL,
Assignees of S. T. Agnew.
r March 22 3m 12
S A CARD.
IEsubscriber takes this nmethod of returning
hsthanks to ljis friends for their liberal sup
.,urt during the past year, and respectfully informs
i ?hemi and the public generally, that he sti con
T tinues his FAMILY GROCERY, and will al
,wayvs keep on hand a COMiPLETE STOCK of
1. everything in the Grocery line, to which he invites
the attention of the trading public. His terms are
reasonable, as he is convnceed that as smble
r' Penny. is belter thean a sleto Shilling."
r Alsu on hand, a large stock of EBOOT S A ND
S 8SHO0E8, for sale cheap.
- THOMAS KERNAGHAN.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859, ly ~5
~ T HE celebrated Morgan~tal
will stand the Spring season of
1859. at Edigefield Court House.
CH AL LENGE is abesatifhl
black with long and wavy mane and tall, loS
bands high, and weIghs 1040 pounds. He was 4
years old lest June, and was sired by Blaek Hawk,
by Sherman Morga, by Justin Morgan. fa
by Whit. Mountan Morgan, by Sherman Mea,
by Justin Morgan. Grand dam by Woodberry, b
Jlustin Morgan. He covers on both sider, as much
Morgan blood as ayother horse new living.
He was bought bythe subscribers in Windsor,
Vermont, of D. C. Lisley, Esq., -at a heavy on.
pense; he is well broke to harneis, and ean trot
his mile in 3 minutes, without training.
Taus-925 to insure a mare in foal, and $1,00
to the groom.
S. F. GOODE,
March 16, 1859 tf 10
DICK HA THAX I
W ILL stand the ensuing season at
Edgefield Court House, on Mon- '"
days, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and at /LX :1
Harmon Gallman's the remainder of teweek, at
thirty dollars the season, with-theprivilege of send.
ing any other season until a mere proves in foal.
DICK CHIEATHAM is a beautiflal blsek eolt,
four years old in May next, full ffeen hanidathree
inches high, and weighs about eleven hundred and
tfifty pounds. He was a good race horse. He was
sired by Imported Albion, his dam was by Is.
ported Leviathan, grand darn by Pseolet, great
grand dam hy Top Gallant,grtreganda
by Lamplighter, Ac. getgetrn a
The Albions have run 20 vaces this winter and
won 16, beating the cracks of Kentucky at M~pr
phis Tennessee ; the crack. of .Virginiaat Charled
ton, S. C., and the cracks of Alaijama at Mp
gomery, Mobile end Colubs.' :.-':
THOMAS' G. BACON.
January 19, 189 . ttg
1LOTICE.--AU persons havin ayemeds
? against the Estate of Richar e
are requested to present themon er beforttea f
day of June,properly attested;as there wg be
Ainal settlement of said Estate on that ay
RICH. BARRETT. 5 d'ors
MarO ' 3msa
.JOTrICE.-AlI Pesons haviua y dezgands
against the estate of Lev
are requested to hand them in ' - -e
by or before Thursday th~e 18th dy of May as -
Intend mking a flnt! settlement of said est in
the Ordinary's 01ee, at Edgeield C. Hth.
day. AU thee indsbted ta said esate
ed apytesimoahih. s
NEW C00DS!7. SPRING & SUMMER TRADE!
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
T1HOMA S PHIBBS,.NDER UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
In returning thanks to the friens and patrons of the late firm of DCKEY & AS NOW 6N HAND A SPL2NDID STOCK OF
PIBBS, would also announce that he has -just returned from the Nrthwn ?
Markets, whlere he has purch~ased a BLtACU K.& COLORED C LO THS,
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMERIES,
SILK AND MARSEILLES VESTINGS,
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS1 Dra'p D'E t e s, Splendid Linens, &c.,
Which have been selected with the most judicious nicety and greatest care. To
the Ladies, he would moat respectfully suggest that the DRESS GOODS WILL BE M ADE TO' MEAUSURE
DEPARTMENT witl be found to comprise the mtbet - . T M-osT PseuIowA.BLE T ,ir3T
AND AS GOOD AS CAN BE OBTAINED IN ANY PORTION OF THE COUNTRY.
HMEM - STLES AN LATEST NOYEIlIE Of TlHE -SEASON! -ALSO
A FINE STOCK OF
Black Gros de Rhine and Birchoff's SILKS;
Fancy PLAID -and ROBES A'LIS; Foulard and -India SBILKS;
Tissuc, Barc-ge, Grenadine and Organdie ROBES;
plin;REEp n Pite USIS;cshure tel ad=rp SALS SU PE R IOR -C LOTH ING !
Baregc Scarf, French Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS aid TALMAN;O U 'E R OR C O H N
Lie adJebcg LSES c.1 French Lace, Crapet and Leilss VEILS;
Linec-andtaeige D UtT.R"| IC9 C ADE EXPESSLY TO MY ORDER,
Swiss and Jacenct COLLAiLRS & SLEEVIES; Exubro'd SBTTS, Crape do, Lace do; AEE P SYT YO DR
Ladies' Kid, Silk, and Thread GLOVES and GAUNTLETS;
Mdies' akMises HOSIERY, & & .; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c. -AND
A large stoek of Bleached and Brown SIIIRTINGS, and SIIEETINao8; Scotch and Russia DIA. A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF
PERS and TOWELLINUS; NAPKINS, &c.; White and Brown IAMASES and Table CLOTS;
Cotton, Damask. and Woollen Table COVERS; pillow cas COTTON; Irish LINENS; Uilles 3P O C
anti Lancaster qUILTS, "c. Ac.'; French, English 411d American PRINTS, in xelvrey ourn- l .BI n r~~
fag PRINT.S; Furniture CINTZE.S; CIIAMBRAYS; Plain and Printed Dll.ILLI1ANTS; Seliteh
Ani Ameuican INGhAMS; Linen DRILLIES S Farmers' SATIN, TWEDS, CASSIMERE, ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
COTTONADES; kentucky JEANS; ErminettsIDRAPE D'ETE; Lastiug CLOTHS, &ac.
g Great inducements ofpred to Merchants and Persons purchasing Plantation Bilk AND WARRANTED AS REPRESEiTED.
Particular attention paid to esars, Goods sent to any part ofthe City & Hamburg. .
A_.W ..h 3a' Ij Agsta, Aell it, 3 A