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Chartered by the State of Georgia.
'Capital Prize, $50,000!
"1C:EE".VT Obwxa'W" $2.O..
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
T HE following Scheme will be drawn by WooD.
. EDDY & Co.. Mauagrs-uf the S P A R T A
ACADEMY. LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Numbur Lotteries for June, 1859, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 23 Draws Saturday, June 4, 1859.
Class 24 Draws Saturday, June 18.1859.
Class 25 Draws Saturday, June 11. 1859.
Class 26 Draws Saturday, June 25, 1859..
On the Plan of Single Numbers.
NEARLY ONE PSIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEr
TO na DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE I
I Prize of -..... 000 'rizeof... 1,00
: .........20,000 50 " ........ 00
" .. .. 000 100 -. ...400
1 ".....4,00 10 .4 ...........150
1 ......... 8,00 100 ... .......100
4 Prizes of $40 Approx'arg to 0,000 Prize are $1,600
4 46 =0 4 " 5,000" " 1,5NO
4 " "'250 " -' 10,00 " " 1.000
4 " " 225 " " 5,000 4 " 900
4" " 150 "4 is 8,00I " 6 0o
4 " "s10-1 It "1,500"" I 400
V000 " " 90 ac.....................r... 100,000
5,408 Pries amounting to..............$320,000
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES 15; QUARTERS $24
V'Remember that eery Prize in the abovs
Sche.ne is draen and payable in fall oeithout de
CESTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be said at the
following rates, which Is the risk:
Certificae of Package of 10 Whole Tickets,.........$80
I. - 10 HaIf "...... 40
It 1) Quarter . ....20
to " 10 hth ......10
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CLA.SS, No. 359,
Draws Wednesday, Ju no 29th, 1859,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN 1
75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballots.
NEARLY 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS!
I Grand Prize of $36,000
I Prize of $19.170! 4 Prizes of $2,000 !
2 Prizesof 10,000 1 20 Prizes of 1,000 !
2 Pri esof 8,000 ! 130 Prizes of 2301
a., Ac., Ac., &0.
27.814 Prizes Amounting to $513,190.
WROLE TICKETS $10; HALVES 85: QUAR $2&
IN ORDRIING TICKETS Or CERTIFICATES, e
elto the m -new to our address for the Ticke-t ordered,
on receipt of hileh they will be forwardt d by frst mnall.
Purehaser can have Tlcketa ending tn any figure they
he List f Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purcbasers Immediately after the drawing.
Parcha'cra will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Offic.. County and State.
All Prizes of $1,ol10 and under, paid immediately after
the dhwng-atber prizrs at the usual time of thirty days.
NOTICrTO COlURESPONDENT8.-Those who pre
R1u AnD EXPYD. from any cty or twn whr
enloe In a Gov rnment Pos Ofce Stamped Enrel
op.-." or the Exprene mpaiy cannot receIve them.
EddremS ,rdrAs for Tickets o Cerictes to
WOOD. EDDY & CO., A G.
or, WOOD. EDDY & CO., A tna, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmington, Del.
May 25 tf .20
W, H. SALISBURY & CO.,
No. 257 BRLOAD S'TIEET,
JIOUSE FURNISHING GOODS;
PLAIN and PLANISEE
TIlN WA RE ;
FORM ANB LIlH~~f I'JS;
BLOCK TIN, LEAD,
GALV&NIZED IRON PIPES;
GAS PIPES &s 3ITTIN'GS;
WOOD and WILLOW WARE, Ac., &c.
EXECUTED. PROMPTLY AND IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
We are oonstantly receivingidditions to our
And invite the attention of all in want of anything
in our Line.
WE KEEP ON HlAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Whioh we are prepared to putuopatashort notice
P0f0TiE SALE OP THE WELL4NOWN
MANUFACTURED IN THIS CITY,
THE BEST STOVE NOW IN XARXET.
WV. H.8ABMM s,
March 30 Cm 12 BDroad-.St., Aayneto'
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
W . 1YM. H IG H1T ,
IKIGHT &s MACMWTEPHT
gCONTINUES the above business. in All its bran.
Ijhes, at the AhMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful for orders for all kinds of
lION AND BRASS CASTINGS,
For Gold .Mine., Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
MACHINERY 01 ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept. 1, 1858 lya 34
WOOLLsEY TOWN HATS!
JOI-I WOOLLIE'e '
N EA R G RA N ITE VI L LE, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of
South Carolina and the South at large, that he
is now prepared to furnish
OF EVERY STYLE AND QUAITY,
- As well made, of as good material, and on as rea-.
sonable terms as ean be found any where in the
W Persons desiring farther Information will
please address me at Graniteville, S. C.
Jan.19, 1859 tf 2
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
undersigned are Sole Agets for the sale of
this article, in this city. Tey offer it to the
-Planters of the South, with confidence, as the best
.-and most economical fertiliser for all crops grown
in.this climate. Numerous testimonial., as toit
value, can be g iven from the most reliable sources
.--inluding the A cultural Societies of South
Carolina and Virgiia, and Maryland Institute.
W.e nd an eta from one of numerous pri
CaARJ.E5?oY, S. C., May 3, 1858.
Mosss. REzT A RonsoY:--Your Agents have
informed me that Rhodes' Super Phosphate is a
general feuorite, and that Prof. Lecomapte, of
Columbia, had confirmed your analysis. I met
Otis Mills, Esq., a gentleman of wealth rand in~a
enee, who informe me that he takes great interest
In watchIng the progrens of Rhodes' Super Phos
p~hate of Lime, and said that from his observation,
liethinks it botund to ho the fertilizer for the South.
A large stock constantly on hand, all of which
- .]as been regularly analysed abd waranted.
Pamphlets set by nmail, givIng the analysis,
*J. A. ANSLEY A C0.,
ARE NOW OPENING
.litek Stock of
Thankful for the Liberal Patronage they have
received heretofbre, at at the hands of their
friends. and*a gener'ous public, they
would respectfully solicit continued
INVITE A~CLOSE COMPARISON AND EXAMINATION
G00DS AND PRICES
WITH ANY IN THE MARKET.
THEY ARE DETERMINED TO MERIT PUBLIC FAVOR BY
AS LOW A SCALE OF PRICES
Us my Rouse in tha Trade, and by a nontinuance of that
QPEN AND FAIR SYSTEMI Of DEA1INt~
So Popular with ovr Customers, and which has alwaym Characterised our
A Strict Adherence to our
ONE PRICE RULE!
PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE AS LOW
An any other House in the Market.
04r Goods Delivered, FREE OF CHARGE, in the city and Hamburg. ..C
Augusta, Much 21, -
NEW CARPET STORE!
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
Sprng3 arii Summer Ero for 185.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
We beg to state to those who are in want of' OlL CLOTHS, that we -have now in,
store a beautiful assortment of these Goods in the best qualities
manufactured, and that wve are just receiving,
. Sheets 12 feet OIL CLOTHS, in Biates, Flower's, &c.;
Sheets 18 " " " Frescoes, Chints, c.
Sheets 24 " " " Chintz, Drabs, Oas &c.
All of which we are cflering at prices to compare faivorably with any house North
- cor South. Also, a good variety of Patterns of
chbeap Oil 'Clotha..
We are now receiving our Spring Stock of MATLTINGS, and are ready to offer
to those in want of these Goods, a varied and extensive assortment in Red
Cheek, White and Striped: in 44, 54 und 64 widths.
As usual, we huve on hanid a good assortment. We are just receiving an invoice
of Crossley's Trapest ry BiWUSSE LS, which we will
hold out inducemnen ts on.
WINDOW SHADES-WINDOW SHADES!
We have just received t wo additional invoices of these Goods, per steamer
Alabama, via, Savannah, -which nmakes our stock complete. WVe can
now offer an assorinment of Vevet Border. Gold Shades, and
others, such as is seldom tfound in any Southern H ouse.
'1ur Stock of R EGS. MATS, DH UGEITS anid Table OiL CLOTHS, are varied
and extensive ; Strasw and Hair BlI00118; Picture TASSELS, and
Everything usually fonnd in a Carpet Store.
07To all of which we w..uld niop, erfully call ihe attentions of our Edgefield
friends and those residing in its vicinity.
City and Country Orders Pronauptly attended to.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
BRO'AD STREET, 2nd DOOR ABOVE BANK OF AUGUSUA.
JAMES G. BAILIE,
234 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Augusta, April 12 tf 13
P. & II. G ALL A H ER
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR SUPPLIES OF
FANCY & STAPLE
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
THEIR STOCK IS EXTENSIVE,
ADCA RE F U LLY S E L EC T ED, EMBRACING
ALL THAT IS NEW AND DESIRABLE,
-A L S 0
EMBREY, 5 SEY GLOJVE~S, RGBNS,
Real Irish Linen,
TABLE DAMASKS, NAPKINS, TOWELS,
TOGETHER WITH AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
D OME ST IC G O ODS,,
AND EVERY THING IN T HEIR LINE,
.To which they invite the at te nt i on of all in want of
RBEMO V E D .
WB take this opportunity of informing our
PATRONS and FRIENDS that .we have
bought out the interest of Messrs. SIBLEY A
USHER, of this Town, and hive removed to the
Store formerly occupied by them. .
We return our sincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the liberal patronage always bestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to continue to merit the
When we shall have the pleasure of greengnut
old Friends and Pacrons at our new locatio ,ibey
will find us fully supplied With the following ar
Superisir Java, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES:
Stuart's A B C Powdered and Crushed SUGARS;
Golden SYRUP; *
Orleans snd West Inslia MOLASSES;
English Dairy CUEESE;
No. 1. 2, 3, Kits and Bar-els, MACKEREL;
Henvy Gunny BAGGINi;
Balo ROPE and TWINE;
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
OSNABURGS, STRIPES, SHIRTINGS;
BLANKETS and PLAINS;
Negro HATS, BROGANS and BOOTS;
Oils, Turpentine, Glass and Whitelead ;
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Spines:
Every descripti.on of IRON and STEEL, Ac.
We have made arrangements with the most cels.
brated Distillers on the Continent to supply us the
BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can be prodned. Our future aim and intn
Lions will be to keep unimpaired our. long estab.
lished reputation for keeping the FINEST and
most PURE LIQUORS ever offered in Hamburg.
Our large number of customers for WINES and
LIQUORS is sufficient guarantee that we keep the
purest and best articles in this line.
Our superior facilities for selling Imported Winei
and Liquors are unquestionable, as we receive then
direct from the London Docks.
IN OUR SADDLERY DEPAR'IMENT,
Will-be found a New and Fashiinable Stock of int
Saddles, w'rranted for durability and easy riding.
Also, American and English Housings, Buggy and
Wagon Harnese, Bridles, Curb and Snaifte Bits,
Whips, A., Ac.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Jan. 5, 1859 tf 52
T 3E subscriber takes this method of returning
his thanks to his friends for their liberal sup,
port during the past year, and respeetfully informi
them and the public generally, that he still con,
tinues his FAMILY GROCERY, and will al.
ways keep on hand a UOJIPLETE STOCK oi
everything in the Grocery line, to which he invitei
the attention of the trading public. His terms ar
reasonable, as he is convinced that "a nipabl
Penny is better than a slow Shilling."
Also on hand, a largo stock of B O0 TS A N I
S H 0 E S, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859. ly 52
W 1VI. I-I:. T TT T
Wholesale and etail Dealer in
Jrni, Ittg!(nij aut Runercan
Not 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Gas
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. H. TUTT, DxuoGisT,
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 vety lov
figures, by W. H. TUTT. Daoosv,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL.
A large stoek always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, DnIvoorav,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
The hest article known for making Boap-cheapea
and bettor than Potash. F'or sale by
W. H. TUTT, DRtUolsT,
.usa No. 1 108 Broad-st., Augusta.
T'IE Subscriber respectfully offers his servIceo
to the citizeus of Edgefield and Barnwell ii
the practice of 'the NEW and USEFUL art of
R ORSE TAMING.
He has purchased the right to this practice foi
the Districts of Edgetield and Barnwell, and is
prepared to give instruction or to subdue vicious
horses for all who desiro It.
Upon the formation of a Class of five or miore ir
any neighborhood, he will, upon notification fron
the parties, attend at any place they may appoint
and instruct them in the thousand applications o:
feiAdress, at Beach Islandl Post Office,
A. WV. -ATKINSON.
P. 8.-In connection with the above I buve 01
haud LANIER'S PATENT BRIDLE, the righi
to use which is given to each scholar. A. W. A.
April.5 3m 13
piBarnwell Sentinel please copy for three
months, and forward account to A.1W. A. as abjov<
Celebrated Double Screel
W'E5EAT FAN I
TIBE SUBSCRIBER having purchase% the
N.Right fur this State, n .w offers to Planter,
these justly celebrated Funs for cleaning Wheat,
This Fan is superior to any thing of the kind nou
In use, as the number of Peremniuns awarded al
different Stato Fairs will attest. It Is simple is
its structure, easily rigged, works well, sand wheti
out of order, can be repaired by any ordinary mue.
chunic. It is adapted to oletanrg all kintls os
grains. For further .particulars see Hatnd Bill,
which will be furnished nny-one'desiring -uch.
Cotton Ins and Thireshecrs
Also ..omstantly on hand a imppjly of Cottus.
Gins, which I warrant, to hecequal to ansy made. Al
so., a lot of Threahers which ate so extensively
known, that I deeur it, unnecessary to eulogise.thenu
These Machinces are slI manulnetared in thi,
place, hy skillful workmen, aend of the very lest
mnaterial, and warrentod to do whet is said fr
them. Any orders for either of the absove Ma.s
chinos, addlressedl to the subsrriber. or left with
my Travelling Agents, will ho pirompstly attend
For all Repairing and Job Work,. the C'ash will
be required upon delivery.
Abbeville C. H., April 20, 3m '13
TO COTTON PL&ANTERS,
T UE subscriber is now Agent fur the Sale oi
OGLEBIY'S (GINS, cue sof the best Cotton Gin.
ever introduced in the Southern C.,untry. I will
sell these Gius and deliver theta at any Rail Road
depot in the State as cheap as any other Gin oh
the same merIt can be so'd for. No Gin will he
considered sold unless it gives the most perfeet
Since the introduction of this GIn In my neigh.
borhood no other Gin have been sold here.
Auy one wishing to see one of these suplrlor
Glas at work can do by vIsiting my plantation,
five miles East of Edgefleld, 0. H.
Address the subscriber at Edgefleld C. H., 8. C.
JOHN A. ADDISON.
April 20, tf 15
MORGAN H OR SE.
T H 1E celebrated Morgan Stal.
will stand the Spring season- cf
1859, at Edgefleld Court House,
CHA L LENG E isahbeautiful
black with long and wavy mnane and tail, 151
hands hIgh, and weighs 1040 pounds. Hie was d
years old last June, aad was sired hy Black Hawk.
by Sherman Morgan, by Jutiti Morgan. Dana
by .White Mountain Morgan, by Sherman Mafrgan.
by Justin Morgan. Grand dam by Woodhorry, by
Justin Morgan. Ho covers on both sides as muclh
Morgan bleed as any tither horse now lIving.
He was bought by the. subscribers In Windsor,
Vermont, of D). C. Linsley, Esq., at a heavy ex
panse; he is well broke to harness, and can trot
his mile In 3 mInutes, without training.
Taaxs--$25 to Insure a mare in foal, and Sl,00
to the groom.
-8. P. (h00DR,
March 16, 1859 tf 10
0 HQICE HAMS.--Just recelved.Two Ubtas.
'JSUPERIOR TENNESSEE ilAMS. Call and
examnine them. E. N. PENN.
May 18 tf 19
N fTICE..:Those wishing SCHNAPPS for
Medicinal use ean get tham, pure, stnd of our
own importation, and with a !lsarantee alttchled.
8. E. BOWVERIS,Agt.
Hamburg May~t,, tf . 17
T.~') PLANTERS-COTTON GINS of the
..best quality, with 10 inch Saws, delivered at
any Rnil Road landing In the State, at 82,00 per
Saw. For pairtioulars address
J. M. ELLIOT T,
Winesboro, 8. 0. ,
SPremium awarded at the State Fair, Nov.
lIE.. .1s s
E MIN G & DAY.
CORNER, UNDER GLO3E HOTEL,
Having every facility, they are enabled to offer their Goods on the
most reasonable terms to CASH AND PROMIPT PAYING CUSTOMERS.
Their Stock will always be replete with everything
NEW' AND NOVEL,
. In the '&ade, and by arrangements, every Steamer will bring
them the SELECT DESIGNS FOR
LADIE' DRESS. 00ODS,
AlMRWlDERIES, SKIRTS &C., &C
Among their DWss GooDs now on hand, in SILK, CoTTON AND BAREGE.fabrics,
- mnay be found:
-Robe a 2 J-- pe, Robe a Mantillet,
fdbe a 2 & 3 Volant, I Robe a Tunique.
With all the usual Goods. for Dresses. All orders promptly attended to.
- LEANDER C. DEMING, CHARLIE B. DAY.
Aigusta .March 30.. tf 12 Late of J. X. Neuiby & Co.
In returniny thanks to the friends and patrons of the late firm of DICKEY &
PHIBBS, would alsio annoince that he has just returned from the Northern
Markets, where he has purchased a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT.STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS!
Which have.been selected with the most judicious nicety and greatest care. To
the Ladies, he would most respectfully suggest that the DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMEYT wilt be found to comprise the most
EIEH STYLES ANI LTEST NQYELTIES OF THE SE1801!
Black Gros do Rhine and BischoffuS SILKS;
F~nacy PLAID and ROBES A'LIS; foulard and India SILKS;
fisne, Bareqe, Grenadine Jand Organdie ROBES;
plain uAAZGE~S and Printed MUSL1NS; Cashmere, Stella and Crape SHAWLS;
Baree Scarf, rench Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace MAN~fTILLAS and TALXMAS;
Lirenand Debeige DUSTERS, 9&c. &c.; French Lace, Craie, and Leisse VEILS;
Swis and Jaconet COLLARS & SLEEVES; Embro'd SETTS, Crape do, Lace do;
Ladiefs Kid, Silk, and Thread GLOVES andi GAUNTLETS.
Ladies' and Misses' JISIERIY, &c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &e.
AB lage stoek fBleahed and PrownSHIRTINS and SHEETING S; Scotch and 1Russia DAI
ad Lancaster QUITS, . ec. 1rench, Englissland AmeriCTT P IrS ih great Mare; M rn
alein PRI NT F Hiitr CIS: Ci[ RIAS. :rPlain: anid Printed BRILLIATS1 Scoteh
C0TTONADES ;..Kentucky JEANS; Erninette DRAPE D'ETE; Lasting CLOThS, .e
gg Great inducements offered to Merchants and Persons purchasing Plantation Bill3
Particular attention paid to orders. Goods sent to any part of the City & Hamburg.
* Augusta, March 30, tf 12
SPLENDID DRY GOODS!
JA1 1E SH EN EY,
IS NOW OPENING A NEW STOCK OF STAPLE -AND FANCY
Which will compare favorable with any othe.r in the city, to which will be adided,
from time to time~, during the season,
THE LATEST NOVLTS
AS'ThEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE, OR ARE PRODUCED AT HOME.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
In thin Depatment our Stock is Full and Attractive, containing Fancy SILKS, Black GRO
DE R INE, TAFFETAS, TISSUES, BARAGES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS,
LAWNS, ORGANDIES, &c.; ROBES, of variouis styles and Fabrics.
In the WHITE~ GOODS and LINEN DEPARTMli:NT will be
found, IRISH LINENS, LINE~N DAMASKS. NAP.
KINS. TA BLE CLOT HS, RUSSIA N CRA SH,
0-AMBRTCS, JACONETS, BRIL
.LIANTS, PIQUES, QUILTS, COUNTER
PANES, EMBROIDERIES, &c.; a Splendid assortment of
W&AWLS AMD MAEILLS,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES, DRESS TRIMMINGS AND PARASOLS, SHIRTINGS
-SHEETiNGS, PANTA LOON STUFF, &c., &c. -
All of wvhieh he guarantees to sell as Low as the Lowest.
Call and examine for youirselvesi, before purchasing elsewchere. Orders carrfully attended to
GOODS NOT AS REPRESENTED MAY BE RETURNED.
R, NIENEY WITH A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF
STRAW GOODS, F 10 W E RS, RIBBONS, TR]IMMIN GS
AND MILlINERY ARTICLES GENERALLY,
May at all times be found in rear of the Store, and to which she particularly invites the at
'tenution of the Ladies of Edgefield. Call in and look at the latest Fashions and Styles
of Goods. Mrs. H. wili~tak pleasure in exhibiting thein.
*Angusta, Apri 1. tf 11
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE !
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
UNDER UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
-HAS NOW ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF
BLACK & COLORED CLOTHS,
BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMERIES,
SILK AND MARSEiLLES YE STINGS,
Dr ap D'E tes, Splendid Linens, &c.,
WILL BE MADE TO MEAUSURIE
INq TH MOOT .A.OION.A.ELE STYiIES,
AND AS GOOD AS CAN BE OBTAINED IN ANY PORTION OF THE COUNTRY.
A FINE STOCK OF
MADE EXPESSLY TO MY ORDER,
A LARGE AND SELECI'STOCK OF
F" Ur nis hain g GcOcdts.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
AND WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED..
. A. VAN WINKLK
THE GROVER AND BAKER
Is Univereally Preferred
FOE FA.MIL"T "7E.
1ST. It is more simple and easier kept in order
than any other machine.
2nd. It makes a seamwhich will not rip or ravel.
if overy third stitch is cut.
3rd. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thu,
all trouble of winding thread is avoided, rhile tht
dame machine can be adapted at pleasure, by v
mere change of spool, to all varieties of work.
4th. The same machine runs silk, linen thread.
and common spool cotton, with equal facility.
5th. The seam is as elastio as the most elastk
fabric, so that it is free from all liability to break in
washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6. The stich made bythis machine is niore beau
tiful than any other made either by hand or ma
A new supply of these celebrated machines, of all
the leading pattern, just received by
M. A. RANSOM, Agt for the Manufae'rs.
Copy of a Letter from HEon. AS.H. HAMOND.
WAsuiNGToic, Dee. 11, 1858.
Sin: In reply to your letter asking my opinion of
Govzan & BaKR'S Szwi.G MAcNiNm, I take
pleasure in saying that they have more than an
swered my expectations, after trying and returning
I have three of them in operation on my different
places and after four years trial have no fault tc
find. Yours, respecifully, J. H. HAMMOND.
To M. A. RANssM, Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
Copy of Letter from :ONATEAN M. EL*R.
Bnc. IsLAm, S. C., Dee. 18,3858.
M.A. RA.sox-Dear Sir: In reply to your ae.
quiry how I like the Gnovun & BAxza SzW .
MACNINE, I take pleasure in saying that after i ui.
it four montbs,it has given entire satisfaction. " It
is simple and easy to understand, and has a ter
been out of order. My wife had no difEculty it
instructing a servant in the use of it. I am ftll.t
persuaded that no invention of the age is niore
worthy the attention of the public than that o;
Sewing Machines. Very respectfully, yours,
JONATHAN M. MILLER.
-0 A reduction of one half the usual price is
made to all ministers of the Gospel who have fimi
lies, and to all religious or charitable socidties
where the machines are to be used for purposes of
Hamburg, Dec. 29, 1858. tf 51
FOR TE BAPID CUBB OF
Colds. Coughs, and
BaumnatxL, MAs., 20th Dec., 18U0.
the best remedy I have ever found for
Conghs. larseuess, Influensa, and the
ocomtant symptomnsof aCold, isyodr
Ommasacrsesa.. Its constant use In
my practire and my family for the last.
ten yerm has shown it to poesess msup
rior virtues for thme tretmment of these
cumplints. EBBNI KNIGHIT, M. D.'
A.B. 3IOLtTLEY Esq.,of UvmcA, N. Y., writes: "I have
used your Ibctornd myself and In my family ever since
yu invented It, and believe it ths beat medicine for its
purpose ever pmut out. WIth a bead cold I should mooner
pay twentlyive ,loliar's for a bottle thma do without it, or
takes any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Inluenza.
SratiwowmLDn, ML.,. yeb. 7,
Bixovuxa Am: I will cheerfully certify yourPa
he the beet remedy we pommesa for the cure of whoomn
cough, eroup, andl the chest dIseases of children. Wo
your fraternlty in the South sphcaeyour skill, and
commend your medicine to our .
AMOS LEE, Esq., Mostwrr Ia.,wrltee,34Jan.,1h66:
" I had a taloums Inmfiensa, whIch confined me In 4ores
six weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
tried your Ibteen by thme advice of our elergymanm. Th'a
ars doue relieved the soreness in my throat and lu~gs;
les than one half the bottle made me eoampletely well.
Your medicines are the ceaps as wellea the best we
cn buy, anid we esteem rou, Dotor, and your remedies,
s thme poor manm'sfrnd
Asthma or Phtliislc, and Bronchlii.
Silt: Your ?Yerr .boaIsprforming maeloes
cres In this section. It has relieved several fom eliru
iagmptomseof consuimption, and Is .now curing a snan
who aslabored under an affection of the lungs foi the
last forty years. IIINitY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, Il. D., Ar~moNr, Moroson Co., Iowa,
writemi, Sept. 6,1856: "Dairinmg my practice of many yeara
I have fomud nothing equal to your Cherry Pecioral for
giving ease and rslie.f to consumptive patients, or curing
such as are curable."
We might add volumes of evidence, but the moset con
vincing proof of thme virtuesof this remedy Is found in Its
effects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so many andl sneh dangerous case as this. Some
no humman aid can reach; but even to theme the atumy
fIcforal affords relief amid comfort.
Aston Hloris, Naw Yomu Crer, March 5,1956.
Docrox Avis. Lowit.i.: I feel It a dmty and a pleasure
to inform you what your Cherry 1%coral has done for my
wife. She had been five months laboring under thd dan
grous symptoms of Coneuptiou. from which no aid we
col rcr e her much relief. She was steadily fal-~
in. uni Dr. trong. of Ibis city, where we have come for
dvice, recommended a trial of your umedicine. We'blem
his kindnese, mas we do your skill; for she ham recorered
from that day. She is not yet as strougas shs used to
be, but is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Youti with gaiueand reard
Qmnptieado not despair till you have tried Ataa's
Caar PsaAL. It is made by one of the beet medical
chemists inthe wrorld, and Its enrse all aroend us bespeak
tme high umerira of 1ts vlrtus.-Ph:7acdelpkfa Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
T lE sriences of Chemistry and Medicine have been
taxed their utmocst to produce this best, must perfect
purgative which is known to man. Innumuerable proofs
are shown that these Pir.ls have virtues which surpese in
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win en
pmrecedentedly upon the esteem of all men. They aresafe
ad pleasant to take, hut powerful to cure. Their'pene
trting propertes stimulamte the vital activitiemof thehody,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood,
ad expel disease. They purge out thefoul humors which
m,red and grow dlatenmper, itimulate sluggish or discs'
uleredl organs mit their natural action, and impart healthy
tine with srengthm to the whole system. Not onily do
they cure thme erery-day comphainmts of every body, but
alo termidabtle and damngerous dimeases that have badied
the best of humnan skill. While they produce pokeerthl
em-ets, they are at time same time, in dinmnshed deees, the
safest mmnd beet physic that can he employed for children.
Being augar.costed, they are pleamant to take; and' being
purely vegetable, are free from anmy risk of harm. 'Cures
have been made which surpass belief were they net sub
statiated by men of such'exulted position and character
as to forhmid the snap~iIcion of untruth. Mhany embinent
clmrgymen amnd phmysciana have lent their namee to'eertif)
to he public the reliability of my remedis, while 'ethers
have mant mime the amaurance of their conviction that my
Prepaations contribute immensely to the relief'of my
alcted, ulbrlng fenow~inen.
The Agent below named is plessed to furnish gratds may
Americn Almanas,containig drction for thir use and
certiicates of their cures, of the following complits:
Costiveness,'Bilious ComplaInts, Rhenmatism, ,ip
leartrn. Headache arising floin a foul stomac a
sea. lhmdigestionm Morbid Ination of the Bewel. m Pete
ariig thrmefm. F'latalency, Lees of Aimptite, all Ulcs.
mua amid Cutianeoua Diseeses which reqir hn .eeuant
medciue, Scrofula or Kli's EviL They elso, by purify.
g time tlood and stimulating thme system, cure many
compints which it would not be'supposed they could
reach, inch as Deafimess, Partial Blindness, Neuralia and
Nervous lrritablity, Derangements of the Liver and Kid- I
nys, Gut, end other ksindred coumplants arisin from a
low state of'the body or obstruction of its functins.
Do not be punt off by unprincipled dealers with some
oher pill they mnake more profit on. Ask for Ams's
Pu~s.. and take nothing ehse. No ether they can give
you comuparee with this In i intrinsic value or curative
powes. 'The ick want the best abM there hs forthema,
and they should have It.
Prepared by Dr. 5. C. ATEsa
Prctcal ad Analytioal Chemist, Lowell, Kass.
Pamsas Crs.Esa Box. n a Boxiao $1. (
G. L. PEN ad DlS. A. G.A&T.. TEAGUE,
Idgefeld C. H.; A. J. PELLETIER A CO., Ham
mrg, and by ail dealers in medioine. Wholesale
my HAVILAID, CHICHESTER A CO., Augusta,
June! ly1 21
OTICE...All persons indebted to the Estate I
Iof J. B. Talbert, deceased, are requested to
amke payment at an early date, and those having
emads against said Estate, will render thdm in r
properly attested for payment.
B. M1. TALBERT, Adm'or.
S'ept. 29, 1858 12. 8
CANDEE & McEWEN,
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS.
HjAVING this day formed a
Co-partnership will occupy
the Roomns next adjoining the
emimt Olie, and will give the STRICTEST AT
~ENTION to all business entrusted to their care. ..
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES made to
rder and warranted.
gg Particular attention will be paid to Wateh
spairing. ~ P. L. CANDEE, *
* -,D.. McBV E .
ma-as14,ar n.34888 a a
- HAtf' OPENED- -
BetWn E. Pan and Jor iColgoan
THERE WE HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE,
309K CASES, M.B1AnRB, D=g9g
BUREAUS, BUREAU WASH Sili098,
With Marble tops-single and double. .-.
WASH STANDS OF EVERY KIND,
T A. 3 L S.
SXTENSION TABLES, PASLOR.. TA1BLES
with Slabs, READING and QUA'TETT-I
TABLES, TOWEL AND CLOTf9E
RACES, BOOK AND. CORNER STANDS,
i Fine lot of sofas, Ottomans,e
. A choice lot of .
C I-I A - 5 1. 0 -K ! x
PARLOR, DINING ROOM AND .LIB Y
CHAIRS, SUEL'S OFFICE CHAIR _oX
Cane and Mahogony ROCKING.CR S,
Misses' Sitting and Rocking CA IRS,
Child's Table CHAMS, &e..
A L SO;.
A LOT OF FANCY WORK TABLES,
WORK BOXES, STOOL STANDS ..03
CABLE DESKS, OFFICE DESKS,' 'tid- n's
BUREAUS, CUBBARDS, SAFES, BED
STEADS, CRADLES. LOOKING
GLASS PLATE, &e.
Also, several excellont pieces of
CARPET TACKS AND BINDING, RUbs'AND
MATS, WINDOW ' CORNICE, SHADES,
CORDS, TASSELS, CURTAIN -PINS,
c., &c., &c.
The above articles are all recently purchased
f&om the beat Houses Ii Ne* Yor;- ahd ill be
sold at low prices for cash.
JiPWAt the old stand, we will continue to work
to order, and Repdir old work'entrusted to our
If you want to buy, call,--and If fyo dooleall
Wd we will take pleasure In sbwin ou our
3tock. WITT & SON.
April13 tf 14
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL BOWEL DISEASES,
Cholera, -Cholera lorbus, Dysentery, Diarrhea,
Bilioue Colic, alic Infantum. Also, Admira.
bly adapted to many Diseases of Femalse,
Moat especially MzrsTaArroN.
T qE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL ae
too well known to reqiureencomiums.
1st. It cures the worst caes of Diarrhmea.
2nd. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery..
3rd. It cures California or Mexicai Diarrhea.
4th. It relieves the severest Colie.
5th. It cures Cholera Morbus.
6th. It cures Cholera lufantum.
'th. 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 Eyeterical plingu..
12th. It's an Admiraale Tonic.
A few Extracts.from Letters, Tetimonajl, ft.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my famly, and
have found it amost eflicient, and-in my judgment,
a valuable remedy.
. Hox. HTIRAEt WARNESk,.
Judge Supreme Court, Ga."
"It gives inc pleasure in being able to recoin
mnd Jacob's Cordial; my own personal experience'
and the experience-of mxy neighbors and friends
aroud me, is a sufficient guarantee for me to be.
lieve it to be all that it purports to be, yis: A
WM. HI. UNDERWOOD.
Formerly Judge Superior CourICherokee Circit.'
"I take great pleasure in recommending this in
valuable medicine to all amficted with bowel dis
eases, for which I belica It to be a-sovereign
remedy-<decidedly superilto any thing else ever
tried hy me.
A. A. GAUL DING,
Deputy G.M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia."
"1 have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and
this, with all I hsar about It as a remedy by those
who have tried it;j Induces me to- believe that It
itandsattbe head of every~preparation of the kind, .
and I would resommend it. use in thie diseases for
which itls compounded. -
MILES G. DOBBIN, .
Cashier of Bk. of State of Georgia, Griffn."
" If there is any credibility in human testimony,
.Jacoh's Cordial must stand pre-cminent: ahore all
.,ther preparations for the sure of Bowel Diseases..
From the mass of testimony in its favor comning In
:romn all quarters, it must be very far In advance, as
a curative agent, of most if not all other patent pre-.
pulrations. A. FLEMING,
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Bk., Griffn."
"This effiient remedy is traveling into celebrity
as fastas~onaparte pushed his columns Into Russia,
and gaining commendation wherever used."-Geor
XOIL D BY DRUUUIYTS E VER YWiH ERE.
Sai Merchants, Druggists and Physicians sup.
plied by J. ASH URST, Importer and Wholesale
Dealer, Charleston, S. C.
Sept. 22, 1858. ly 387
THE LUVER INVIGORA TORI
PREPARED BY Dr. SANFORD,
I3 a great scientific medical discovery, and is daily
5.working cures, almost too great to believe. It
-ures as if by magic, even the first dose giving
..enefit, and seldom more than one bottle is requir
:d1 to cure any kind .of Liver Complaint, from the
.voret Jaundice or Dyapepsia to ? common head.
ohe(,all of which are the the result of a diseased
The Ltver Is one of the principa regulators of the
hunman body, and when It 9 efrsIts functions well
the powers of the sistem feltly developed. The
,nmh is almost entirety d 'ependent on the healthy
action of the Liver for thme proper performance of its
rmerti.ns. When the atom 0ach is at fault, the bowels.
areoai fault, and the whole .,system s u fe r inl conae
qence of one organ-the L Iver- having ceased to
dits duty. For thie disess~ cs of. that organ, one of the
proprietors has made it his study, 'in a practice of
miore than twenty years. ntofnd some remedy where
wIth to counteract the 1'many derangements to
which It is liable.0
To prove that this re medy Is at last faend, any
p'rsnn tr..ubied with Liv e r Complaint I n a n y .
if lts forms,has but to try abotle, and conviction Is
A cmpound has been formed by dissolvingum
mnd extracting that part which Is soluble for the c
lye virtues ofthe mcdi clime. These gains remove
ill morbid or bad matter from the systemsppy
ug in their place a healthy H0ow of bile, invgatn
'he stomachi, causing food to digest wellprl'n
he blood, gtving tone amid health to the ahoesh
aery, removing the cases of the disease. and effeet
ng radical oure witboctf ayof the disreble
on that Is usually reorfrted to,
One dose aler eating Is Hsudilelent ~reieve the
toacsh, and prevet the mod from ad sous,
Only one dose taks before retiring, prevenis
)nlne dose taken at nsight loosens the bowels
leitly, and cures costive nses.
One ite taken after easeb meal will cure Dyspepsis.
g'One dose of two s spoonaal will always re
love Sick Headache.
One bottle taken fbr fe male obstruction, removes
be cause of the disease, Qand makesaperfect cure.
Only one dose Immedt atelyrelleves Cholle, while
One dose, ollen repeated, 1las a sure cure for Chtol
sra Morbus, and a preI ventative of Cholera.
One dose, taken coen, FlwiR prevent the recurrenoe
f Bilious Attacks, while ilt relieves all painfail feel.
Only one bottl sa needed tothr'ow out of the
ystem the effects of medl clue after a long sleknem.
One bottle taken, for LJaundice, removes all
'olowness or unnatural Ucolor from the skln
One dose taken a short timei before eating gives
-igor to the appetite, and makes foo digest well.
One dose, often repeated,etires Cbaul Diarrha
n Its worst ferg, while summer ad bowel .eem
>lainta yield almost to the irst dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by worms,
rhile for worms In children, there is no surer, safer
r speedier remedy In the world, as it never failsat
There is no exaggeration In these statemnents;
bey-are plain, aober facts; that we can give evi.
enee to prove, while all who use it are giving.their
nanimous testimony In Its favor.
We take infinite pleasure in recommending this
edicine as a preventive for Fever and Agne,Chll,
rever, and all Fevers of a Billions type. It oper.*
tes with certainty, and thousands are willing to
estify to its wonderful virtuese.
Among the hundreds of Liver Remedies now
frered to the public, there are none we can so highmly
scommend as Cr.8SANFORD'8'INVIGORATOI,
n generally known now thro'aghout the Union.
'his preparation is truly a Liver Invigorator, pro..
ueing the moat happy results on all who use it.
imoat Innumerable certificates have been given to
be great virtue of this medicine by those of the
ighest standing In society, and we know it to be
lie best preparation now before the public.-Ijg-.
iN county D)eaocrat.
Price, One Dollar Per Bottle.'
SANPORD & CO., Proprietor.
345 Broadway, New York
For sale at Edgefield,0. H., by G. L. Pasur, Agt.
June 16, 1858. .ly . 2
UST reeeivedPIFTY SACKS choie FLOUR,
frshgpand, and fr sale by
N=Es - e