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SIF yvMK aORE
Chartered by the State of Georgia.
Capital Prize, $50,000!
WxrM Wf Cs-0-- W*30
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN d CO,
3 E following Scheme will be drawn by WooDp,
..DDT.& Co., Manager. of the 8 P A R T A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Nuoher Lotteries for June, 1859. at AUGUSTA,
weurgia, in public, under the superintendence o
Clas 23 Draws Saturday, June 4, 1859.
Class 2 Draws. Saturday, June 18, 1859.
Clais 25 Draws Saturday, ,June IL 1859.
Clawss 26 Draws Saturday, June 25,1859.
On the Plan of Single. Numbers.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEi
TO n5 D3AWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE I
1 Prize of ......... ,000 1 Prie of .......w
I1 .... 12 0100 9 ..... fe
1 . .... .... ,000 100 . ........0.. 0
46 ........ 4,000 10W " ........... I
1 " ......... ,00010 " ....10(
4 Prizes of 0*10 Approat'g So 434AO Prize are $1,
4 - " 800 2 310011 4 1,1104
4 66 " I5 '1010 1.41M
4 66 USJ 46 ON1fl " 9
4 66* 9.1i0 it "- 404) " "
4." " 100 " " 1800 " " 4(*
50004 " S0 are........................... 100,00
8,483 PrIses amountingto...............$32NOO
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES 45;QUARTERS 391
3& llemember that every Prize in the ubovA
Scheme it drawn and payable in full withowt de.
Ck8tTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at thi
fllowin rates, which Is the risk:
Certflcae of Package of 1u Whole Tickets,......... 9(
-- " 10 Hawf ......... 4(
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CLASS, No. 859,
Draws Wednesday, J u a e 29th, 1859,
0N THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballot.
NEARLY I PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS!
1 Grand Prize of $36,000 !
1 Prize of $19,170! 4 Prizes of $2,000
2 Prizes of 10.000 j 20 Prizes of 1,000!
2 Prizesof 8,000! 130 Pries of 230!
Ac., ?c., Ac., &c.
27,614 Prizss AMOunting to 6513,190,
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5 QUAR $2j
IS ORD;RING TICKETS 03 CERTIFICATE, en
n so tytm to our aidress for the TIcket. ord
do Thcette faich they w.i be tbrwardedt by first OwlaI
l'utchasars can bav' lekpti ending in any igure they
I'7ist Drawn Nunaber and Prize* will be sent to
puirchausra Immeillately after the drawing.
Purcha-ers will lileae write their signatures plain, and
give their Popt Offlo, County and State.
.111 iarize- of $1 ,din and tinder, paid Immediately after
tl.-@ rawn'-;.lher prI.sat theusal tinse of thirty days
Srricf; To CoMliEsPON DEhTS.-Thone who e
flv t *-tding mvi Ary by hmall, can e THlE AD. M
m:, ( ..i Ten DllA.rT. and u;twurs, can be sent AT OUI
Rt rIK AND~ EXPEMNbE. from any city or to.wn whore
ei..vt I1n a ' Qovunraet Post 0llce Stamp el Enve!.
;.'' r the Exprem, Cinmiany cannotece:Ve themt.
Aiura ma.s e . Tieke ts or Cerutilea c to
WOulD. ED)DY A CO., Augusa, Ga.
')r, WOOD, EDDY Ar CO. WIlmlsgtn Del.
Mlay 25 tf 20
W, H, SALISBURY & CO,
No. 257? BROAD STREET,
flOtUSE FURNISKING GOODS;
?LAIN and PANISEED
BLoCK TIN, LEAD,
GALVINIZED) IRON PIPES;
GA. PIPES &s FITTING8;
WOOD aud WILLOW WARE, Ac., Ac.
EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
'We are consitantly receiving ad litions to our
GO : o seo.
A nd invi'to the attention of all in want of anything
in our Line.
WE KEEP ON HAND A 6000 ASSORTMENT OF
F'JI TB SAE UF THlE WFLL1-ENOWN
MANUFACTURED IN THIS CITY,
TEE E aST STOYE NOW IN MARKET.
E~ H SII BJJBY & (a.,
No. 3 DeKalb Range,
-Marh 20 . mr 12 1.-na-o-.t. ..-lqju.fte
IRON AND BRASFOUNDRY,
W. M. HIGH T,
CO)NTIN U ES t~lhe ahove buisiness, in all Its bran.
Jche', .t the AbiERICAN FOUNDRY, and
i aai he tha~nkful f..r orders for all kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINgS,
Por Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
MACHINERY OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept. 1, 1858 1y* 34
WOOLLsEY TOWN RATS!
NEAR GRANITEVILLE, S.C.
R ESPECTFULLY arnnumnees to the citizens ol
Somh Caro l dite South at large, that he
ix, ..sw prepared1 to furnish
01 EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
As well nmade, of as good*' matcrial, and on aa rea
'onable terens as can be found any where in then
gPerons desirin.g further informalon will
please editross me at lranItet ilP S- C00LEY
Jan.19. 1859 tf 2
I. M. SINGER & CO'S.
TEE SEWING OF TRIEE
FROM TIHE FINEST MUSLINi$ TO A
tOdiagram is required to prove that these Ma.
LIebines make the very best stitch ever devised
Tby 5ceh *,iersaly, and are warranted fer
ftfe year or mere, if elesired.
They ean he seen in operation at the Millinery
Sllip of Mrs. McNEIf., in this Village.
1heae Macisb will lae sold at the same print
her. as stany of the Agencies, or at the principal
?etabliIShUet 5n New York, the freight only
Mr. OE'0.'#. MeNEIL, an esperienced Ma.
el~uInst, wil-sttSt t setting up and giving in.
sto&9Jsg M51i100 soldi.
.EWIS JONES, Agent. .
eluI&ipEe5dJ55s ik he4des ae
ha td2 Bil , -hed euuai
BROOM & NORRELL
ARE NOW OPENING.
lac t~k of
Thankftil for the Liberal Patronage they have
received heretofore, at at the hands of their
friends...and a generous public, they
would respectfully solicit continued
INVITE A CLOSE COMPARISON AND EXAMINATION
OODS AND PRICES
WITH ANY IN THE MARKET.
TIEY ARE.DETERMINED TO MERIT PUBLIC FAVOR BY
AS LOW A SCALE OF PRICES
As any Rouse in the Trade, and by a continuanoe of that
OQPN AM FAIR SYSTEM OF IEIlNG,
So Popular with ovr Custosmers and which hat; always Characterleed our
A Strict Adherence to our
ONE PRICE RULE!
PRICES GUARaNTEED. TO BE AS LOW
As any, other House in the Market.
r# Goods Delivered, FREE-F CHARGE, in the City and Hamburg. .C
Augusta, March 21, 11
NEW CARPET STORE!
JAS. G. B ATLE & BROTHER.
$pi1 antl itr u Eraht, for 1V8&9.
FLOOR 011 CLOTHS.
We beg to state ico those who are~ i.. want of OiL ( LO4T1'S, thiat. we have now in
store a beaatful assortinwnt oft the'e Goo ds in. the bes*t quaiilities~
ianaithetinrLed, and that we are just receiving,
Sheets 12 feet OIL ' LO~TBS; in Slates, Flowers,' &c.;
Sheets 18 " " " Fret~coes. Ohints; &o.;
Shoots 24 " " " Ohints, Drabs, Oaks, &c.
A*ll of which we' are i .-rin~g at pries tol comparei liivorablly with any house North
, r So. t Al bo. a g' od variety of Pat ternsa of
Cheap Oil Clotbes.
We are now receiving our Sprinig Stock of MAT1'J'INGS, andl are ready to offer
to those in wa of these. iud,. a varied an~d extensive asortmnent in Red
Ch11ek, W hite anid Striped. in 44. 5.4 and 6-4 widths.
As usual, we have on hand a good assornenit. Weare jt receivin an invoice
of ~ Cra-' -etry BI'SSELS, which we will
hld QuA induements on.
WINDOWY SHADES-WINDOW SHADES!
We have just received two additiontal inuvoices of these Goods, per steamer
Alabama, via Savannah, which makes our stock complete. We can,
now offe.r an assortment of Velvet Border, Gold Shades, and
others, sneha as is selom f tmud in any Southern House.
'ur Stock of RUGS. MATS, DRI'G(FTh antd Table OIL CLOTHS, are varied
and extensive; Straw and flair BlROOMS; Picture TASSELS, and
Everything usually found in a Carpet Store.
(TGi"To all of which we wtuld' respt ctfully call the attention of our Edgefield
ienids and thuse residin.; in its vicinit v.
City anad Country' (rde'rs Presuptly attdd 1o.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
BROAD STREET, 2nd DOOR ABOVE BANK OF AUGUSUA.
JAMES G. BAIL4IE,
234 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Augusta, April 12 tf 13
P. & M. GALLAHER
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR SUPPLIES OF
FANCY & STAPLE
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
THEIR STOCK IS EXTENSIVE,
.4N:D CA RE'FU ILL V ~ bR .CIT EDI) EMBRACING
ALL THAT IS NEW AND DESIRABLE,
EMMGQ80EY, NDSEY LJVES RiBBNS,
* Real Irish Linen,
TABLE DAMASKS, NAPKINS, TOWELS,
TOGETHER WITH AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
DOME ST IC G OOD S,
AND EVERY THING IN T HEIR LINlE.
To which they invite the a tte nt io o aimy want of
- ~ ~
W E take this opportunity of informing our
PATRONS and FRIENDS that we have
bought out the interest of Messrs. SIBI,,EY 4
USUER, of this Town, and have removed to the
Store formerly occupied by thema.
We return our sincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the liberal patronage always bestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to continue to meritthe
When we shall have the pleasure of greeting our
old Friends and Patrons at-our new location, theN
will find us folly supplied with the following ai
Superior Java, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES;.
Stuart's A. B C Powdered and Craushed SUGARS;
Orleans and West India MOLASSES;
English Dairy CHEESE;
No. 1, 2, 3, Kits and Barrels, MACKEREL;
Heavy Gunny BAGGING;
Bale ROPE and TWINE;
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
OSNABURGS, STRIPES, SHIRTINGS;
BLANKETS and PLAINS;
Negro HATS, BROGANS and BOOTS
Oils, Turpentine, Glass and Whitelead; 7
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Spices;
Every description of IRON and STEEL, Ae.
We have made arrangements with the most cele
brated Distillers on the Continent to supply us the
BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can be produced. Our future aim and inten.
tions will be to keep unimpaired our long estab
lished reputation for keepihg the FINEST and
most PURE LIQUORS ever offered in Hambturg.
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 Wines
and Liquors are unquestionable, as we receive them
direct from the London Docks.*
IN OUR SADDLERY DEPARTNENT,
Will be found a New and Fashionable Stook of fne
Saddles, warranted for durability and easy riding.
Also, American and English Housings, Buggy and
Wagon Harness, Bridles, Curb and Snaflie Bits,
Whips, &., &c.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Jan. 5, 1859 - tf 52
T HE subscribey. takes this method of returning
his thanks to his friends for their liberalsup
yort during the put year, and respofwlly informs
them and the public generally, tat he 'still eon
tinues his FAMILY.GROCERY, and will al.
ways keep on hand a COMPLETE 8TOCK of
everything in the Grocery line, to which he invites
the attention of the trading public. His terms are
reasonable, as he is convinced that "a simbie
Penny if betd than a so0o Shilling."
Also on hand, a largo stock of B OO T S 'A ND
S H 0 E S, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859. ly 52*
WM. -I. TUTT,
Wholesale and Ret7l1eler In
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Gas
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. H. TUTT, Dauorsy,
180 Broad-st., Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c.
500. . . Gallons English Linseed 011;
10,000. Pounds Pure White Lead;
COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for sale at very-low
figurca, by W. i. TUTT, Dauzsv,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, Dauoor,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For jale by
W. HI. TUTT, Dauootsv,
10S Broad-st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 43
T H E iSuberlber respectfully ooshssrie
the practice of the NFM and USEPUL art of
He has purchasedl the right to this practice for
the Districts of Eadgefield and Barnwell, and is
preparod to give instruction or to subdue vicious
horses for all who dleire it.
Upon the formation of a Class of five or more in
any neighborhood, lhe wIll, upon notification from
the parties, attend at any place they may appoint,
and instruct them in the thousand applications of
pieA adress, at Beach Island Post Offie,
A. W. ATKINSON.
P. 5.-Tn connection with t'he above 'I have on
band LAN IER'S PATENT BRID.LN, the right
to use which is given to each scholar. A. W. A.
April 5 3m 13
piiBarnwell Bentinel please copy for three
months, and forward acount to A. W. A. as above
Celebrated Double Screen
WI-IEAT FAJT I
TH~E SUBSCR[BER having purchasedl th,
1.Right for this State, no.w offers to Planitr.
those justly celebrated Fans foar cleaning Wheat,
This Fan Is superior to any thing of the kind now
in use, asa the number of premiums awarded at
different State Fairs will attest. It is simple In
ts struceture, easily rigged, waorks well, and when
.,t of order, can be repaired by any ordinary me
chanic. It is adapted toa cleaning all kind,. of
grain. For further particulars see iatnd. Bill.
which will he furnished any one dlesiring such,
Cotton Ins and 'Ihbreshers
Also cointautly on haudl a supply aof Cotteo.
Gins, whic~h I warrant to boequnl to any omada. Al
so, a lot .of Threshers which are a., extensively
knowun that I deem it unnecessary tocuilogiso them
These Machines are all manufnetoredl in thim
place, by skillful workmen, andl of the vi-r*f hest
material, andl warrented to .,. what it said fin
them. Any aorders for either aof the aboveo Ma
chines, adrdreaaed to- the ,.uubcriibr air left with.
my Travelling Ageutr, will bo promptly attend.
For all Itepairing and Job Waork, the Cash will
be required upaon delivery.
Ahbevillae C. U.. April 20, -3m 15
CHIOICE IIAMS.--Jeit received Two Hiade.
SUPERIOR TENNESSEE ilAMS. Call and
examine them. E. hK. PENN.
May 18 . tf 19
State of South Carolina,
Thou. R. Rhode:, Adm'or Appl'nt.
Win. N. Rainesad wife Rebeces, rPariitiona.
and Jamies K. Arrington and I
BY an order from the Ordinary, Ishall proceed
Bto sell at Edgegeld Court House, on the first
Monday In July next, for Pairtltion, all the Real
Estate of Elizabeth Wolling, deceased, consisting~
of three LOTS in the Town of Hamburg, 8. C.,
knou-n in thu plan of said Town,
First, HOUSE and LOT No. 229, having a front
of fity (50) feet on Leavenworth Street, and run
ning back two hundred (200)) feet; boundoed East
by Leavenworth Street, West by fraction of Lot
No. 2211A, South by Bay Street, anal !'Jarih by Lot
Second and third, TWO WHARFS LOTS, Nos.
9 and 10, having two hundred (200) feet front on
Bay Street, and running hack to Savannah Rives;
bounfed North b~y Bay Street, East by Leaven
worth Street, West by fraction of Lot Na,. 228*,
nd South by Savannah River.
pr-h Trnnu-On a eredit until the first of Octo
er next, the purchasers -to give bond and good,
seurities, and a M.:rtgage of the Lots to the Or
dinary, to securo the purchase monney. Cost to be
paid in cash, ad asoe to pay for titles extra.
JAS. EIDSON, s.a.n.
May 81, 1859 St 21
" Freight as Cheap as the Cheapest."
T HIE Excel Line having been thoroughly organ.
.ised on the 295th Apri, P. L. Wade, appointed
President, T. HI. Jaohnson, Secretary, R. Johnson,
Agent at $avannah, and HI. F. Russel, Agent at
Augusta.; the Steamer Excel will in future run In
conetih.n with New York, PhIladelphIa, and Bal
timore Steamiahipit at Savannah and Georgia, Rail
Raad at Augusta, leaving Savannah on Saturday
Evening, and Augusta on Wednesday Morning.
All Goods for Northern and European markets and
the. Interior,.should he addressed to care of Agents
Ece1.Line at Savannah and Augausta. Forward
ing of course free.
With men so perfectly sequhinted with the for
wrding and sbipping business, it is needless to as.
suretbe publlQ that promptness will characterise
anl operationis of this Coman .
R. 0DN80 . Ag' Savannab.
.L. 1.ZTUSBJLIwA't Agussa.
ar.3ss m l
EMI N.G & DAY.
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
* .12ugusta, CGa.a
JUaving every facilty, they are enabled to q,'r their Goods on the
most reasonable terms to CASH AND PROMPT PAYING CUSTOMERS.
Thkeir' Stock will always le replete with everything
NEW AND NOVEL,
Inke Trade, and -by arrangements, every Steamer will bring
them t/e SELECT DESIGNS FOR
LADIE 0R ESS 4 D0008,
rMBR9IDEIES, SKIRTS &C,, &C,
Amg their Duiss GoO DS now on hand, int SILK, COTTON AND BAREGE fabrics,
may be found.:
Ro 3e. a- R . iJae, Robe a antillet,
Robe a -::r. 3,:Volast, Robe a Tunique.
With a the usual Goods for Dresses. All orders promptly attended to.
LAiDERiC..DEMING,; CHARLIE B. DAY.
A i h 80. -. .. tf 12 Late of J. . Neby & Co.
In returni" itanks to ike friend. and patrons of the late firm of DICKEY&
PRIBBS, would also annotuce thkt he has just returned from the Northern
Markets, where he ha's purchased a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
PRIN# AND SUMMER DRY G00081
Which have been-selected with the most judicious nicety and greatest care. To
Ihe Ladies, he would most. respectfully .suggest that the DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT will be found to comprise the most
RE E S MAND WEST 1 OTE E Sll8 Of THE EA801o!
Black Gros de Rhine and Blschoff's SILKS;
Fancy PLAID and ROBES A'LIS; Foulard and India SILKS;
Tiasne, Barege, Grenadine and Orgaidie ROBES;
Plain BAREGES, and Printed USLIS; Cauhmere Stella and Crape SHAWLS;
Barege Scarf, French Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace IIIANTILLAS and TALMAS;
Linen and Debeige DUSTERS, &c.9 &c.; French Lace, Crape, and Leisse VEILS;
Swiss and Jaconet COLLARS & SLEEVES; Enibrotil SET 1,S, Crape do, Lace do;
j.adies' Kid, Silk ana Thread GL VES and GAUNT'LETS;
Ladies' and Mtissen' HOSIERY, &c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
P rg ndoc To flcE d nI. Bro SIITe. IS 18nd SIIEETINGS; Scotch and Rus ia DIA
Cotton, Damaak. and Woollen Table COVERS: Pillow Case COTTON; Irish LINENS; Marseilles
gn acs ILTS , iAc., c. 'French, Englis and Amrican PRINTS in grat variey Morn
COTTO.AES; Ketuk JEAN iettDRA EG'S E La ting CLOTHS,C SSc EES
W Great insduremnents ofered to .Merekants andll Persomns purchasing Plantation Bill.
Particular attention paid to order.. Goods Kent to any part ofthte City & Hamburg.
Augusta, March 30, tf 12
SPLENDID DRY GOODS!
'J A MES H E NEY,
IS NOW OPENING A NEW STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY
Which will compare favorab~le with any othe.r in the city, to which will be added,
from time to time, during the season,
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE, OR ARE PRODUCED) AT HOME.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
In this Department our Stock is Full and Attractive, enaining Fancy SILKS, Black ORO
DE RHINE, TAFFET AS, TISSUES, BAR AG ES. BIO MA ZINES, AILAPACAS,
-LAWNS, ORGANDIES, &c.; ROBES, of various styles and Fabries.
lIn the WHITE GOODS and LINEN DEPARTMI-.NT will be .
found, 11RI8H LINENS, LINEN DAMASK8. NAP.
KINS, TABLE CLOT HS, R USSIAN CR ASH,
CAMBRICS, JACONETS, BRIL.
LIANT8, PI-UES, QUILTS, COUNTER- -
PANES, EMBROIDERIES, &c.; a Splendid assortment of
WHAWLS AnD MAUTILLAS,
HOSlERY AND GLOVES, DRESS TRIMMINGS AND PARASOLS, SHIRTINGS
- SHEETINGS, PA NTA LOUN ST UFF, kc., &e.
All of which he guarantees to sell as Low as the Lowest.
Call and examine for yours -l,!es, lu'tfre purdlwsing elhewhere. Order. carrf ily~ alkended to
GOODS NOT AS REPRESENTED MAY BE RETURNED.
M~lit. IENEY WITH A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF
STRAW GOODS, F L OWE RS, RBBCNS, TRIM~INGS
ANID M1LINERY ARTICLES GENERALLY,
May at all times be found in rear of the Store, and to which she particula~rly invit.< ihe at
tention of the Ladies of Edgefield. Call in and look at the latest Faakuions anad 8t) lea.
of Goods. Mrs. H. will take pleasure in exhibiting them,
Augusta, Apr11 11 tf 14
SPRING & SUMtME R 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 CASSIMERES,
SILK AND MAR8EiLLES VESTINGS,
Dr ap D'E tes, Splendid Linens, &c.,
WILL BE MADE TCO AAUSURE
IN THE )d'O8T FASH3IONAE3LE BTTLES,
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
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
AND WARRAlNTED AS REPRESENWTED.. '
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
THE GROVER AND BAKER
Is Universally Preferred
FOR FA.M'L'T USE
1ST. It is more simple and easier kept in order
than any other machine.
2nd. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel,
if every third stitch Is cut.
3rd. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thu'
all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while tho
same machine can be adapted at-pleasure, by i
mere change of spool, to all varieties of work.
4th. The same machine runs milk, linen thread,
and common spool cotton, with equal facility.
5th. The seam is as elastic as the most elastic
fabrio, so that it is free from all liability to break in
washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6. The stich made Iy this machine Is mere 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 Manufao'rj.
Copy of a etter from Een, A. L EANKOND.
WASNitoTox, Dec. 11, 1868.
Sin: In reply to your letter asking my opinion of
Govza A BAKs's Sawtxe MAcuras, I take
pleasure in saying that they have more than an.
siered my expectations, after trying and returning
I have three of tlem in operation on my different
places and after four years trial have no fault to
find. Yours, respectfully, J. 11. HAMMOND.
To M. A. RAxaoS, Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
opy-of Letter from JONATHAN ,IL EIIE.
Bancu IsLAxjD, S. C., Dec.1S,185.
M.A.RAxsox-Dear Sir: In reply to yoer e
quiry how I like the Gaova A Aitsm Sawwir
MAcItxx, Iake pleasure in saying that afte asin
it four mouths it hau given entire satisfaction. it
is simple and easy to understand, and has never
been out of order. My wife had no difficulty in
instructing a servant in the'use of it. I am fully
persuaded that no invention of the age is more
worthy the attention of the public than that of
Sewing Machines. Very respectfully, yours,
JONATHAN M. MILLER.
o- A reduction of one half the usual price I
made to all ministers of the Gospel who have fami
lies, and to all religious or charitable societie
where the machines are to be used for purposes of
Hamburg, Dec. 29, 1858. tf 5I
10R TEE RAPID CUR 01
Coldss Coughs, and
Baiprevu, MAss., 20th Dec., 15.
the It.,t remedy I have eves found fr
Cughs. If,-rses-s, Infoesa. and te
enusmtant syinptomsof aCold,isyear
Cassar PscrcaaL. Its constant ne ta
,y practice and my family for the lest
ten years has shown it to poise..mps.
ror virtue for the treatment cf theme
omplinite. EBEN KIGHT, M.D.
A.B. MO~tTLEY. Eso.,of Ussca, . Y. writes: "'I bse
sed your Jeerorai myself anid ha my hfly evmr inc.
ynn0 turetnted It. and believe it thes best medicine far its
purpose ever put out. WAIh a bed cld I shoidd aooner
pay twenty-dee delere for a bottle thien do without It, or
take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Inlaumse.
Seateaua, blaes.. Neb.7, 1686.
Baers Area: I wil chesrfuUy enrthfy your ber
s the best remedy we pusses for the cure of Whpn
cogh. croup, and thes cbest isaeass of didrsn. a of
your fraternity 1in the louth apprscise you sll, and
commend your medicine sneer yscpds.
AMOS LE.Est, MUssanr Ia.,wrsea,3d Jan.,:850:
UI hada tedious Iniene. which couanlstinthhor
six weeks. took amad abmee= wou aelhE Snaly
uried your P~ts'ni by the advice af our clergyinum. The
frst diss relleved the isreness in spy thras and'lung:
bes than one half the boude made me complstely well.
er ..me ..ie are the ch as well -s thebtest we
can buy, and we esms u, D,sad ynremdis,
as the poer an's friend."
Aetima or Phthi, amm Bremcblis.
'Wesar)Macaera, Pa. PA. 4,2886.
nre. in thia section.cI s lieved tarvsalate
ug yuptomm of consumptIon. anid Is naw curtng ameas
who hslahored under an affection of the langp for the
at forty years. HENRY L PARKS, Mletchat.
A. A. RAMSEY, 31. D., Asaar, Motrue Co., Iows,
writes, Sept.65,1W5: "During my practice of many yese
have fond nothing equal to your Cherry lhrercl for
giving same andi relief to consumptive patients, or curing
uch as are curable."
We might addi volumes of evidence, but the most eon
vincig proof of the virtues of tisi remedy Is found in its
effects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so nanny and much dangerous cae as this. Soe
no human aid can reach; hot even to theme the Cherry
Ftetoni affords relief ad comfort.
Aton lios. NiW Yoal City, March 51386.
Docos Avs. Lowz.: I feel It a duty and a pesr
to Inform you what your Cherry It'eel has dn for my
wife. She had been five months laboring uder the dan.
grone symptoms of Conmumption, from which no ahd we
could procure gave hernmueh relief. She wasmsteadllytfan.
g. untfl Dr. Strong. of this'city, where we haverose tie
advice, recommended a triml of your medicine. We blss
his kindnema, as we do your skill; hr she ham recovered
rnm that day. She is not yet ne strong aa he usedlto
be, but is free from her coughj end calia herself well.
Yours with rade a s~1
beaeuptier, do net despair till you have triad Ame'S
Caat P'serosan. It Is made by one of the bes edinen
chemists in the world.anmd Its cures all arud mm beqsek
the high merits of Its vliues.-1sceddA~e la rsr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Jtaxed their utmcst to produce this beet, most perfect
aratve wideh Is known to mao. 1nnumerable pro
are shown that these Pnm.ra have virtues which surpsm ha
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win urn
preedetedly upon theuwteem of all mien. They aresc
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene
traing propertleeatinaulate the vttal aetivltlesof the body,
renove the obstructIons of its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which
ered and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or dison.
.l.redorans into their natural nechos, and Impart healthy
tune with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they cure thme every-day cosnplaints of every body, but
also Ibrmaidatele and dangerous diseases that have baffled
the. beet of humiaan skill. While they produce powernda
eects, they are at the sme time. In diminshed doses, the
muest and best phbysic that can be etuployed for children.
sing sugarcoated, they are plesiat to take; and being
purely vegetable, are free frnm any risk of harm. Cures
have lame umade which surpsea belief were they not sub
tattitedl by men of such exalted position and character
as to lbrlbki the muspichon of untrutha. Many eminent
clergymen and physicians have lent their namma to eiris
to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others
have uent nie the ssurance of their convictin that my
Preparatons contribute immensely to the relief of my
aficted, suffering follow-nan..
The Agenthelow amed is plesed tofuiruab grath my
American Alim nsscontain InEea thr am an
certiicates of their cures, of the following comnplints:
Comiveness, iiones Complaints, Rheninatism rmy
H leatbrn, hteadache arising from a fetal imc,3t
se, lndlgstion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain
aring eherefroein. lletntency, Lees of Apptie all Ulcar
ons and Cutaneous Dissass which reguir an ewacuent
seiine Scronlaaor Kings Evil They also, by purify
1mg the Idlood and stimulating them system, cure man
coiaints which It would not be suppaoed tay~l
rch such an Deafness, Partial BllidneU, raogi and
reren Irritablity, Derangements of the J~iverd Eid
neys, Gout, and other kindred complaints srkig trom a
low state of the body or obstructio of ite ihcthos.
Do not be put oir by unprincipled dealerS with some
oter pill they nmake more profit on. Ask for Arsas
Pa.L~S, and take nothing else. No other they can give
yo compares with this In Its intrinsic value or curatrve
powers. The sick want the best aid there Is r them
and they should have It.
Prepared by Dr. 3. 0. AYEE,
Practieal and Anaipeal chiemist,L@WeII,KEss,
1'ainc *5 Cre. esa Box. 11s Bezau rea $1.
S OLD BY
. L. PENN and DRS. A. 0. A T. J1. TEAGUE,
Edgeld C. H.; A. J. PELLETIER & C0., Ham
burg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale
by HAVILAND, CHICUESTER A CO., Augusta,
June 2 ly 21
OTICE--All persons Indebted to the Estate
of J. B. Talbert, deceased, are requested to
umako payment at an early date, and those having
lemands agairiet said Estate, will render thmem in
.roprly attested fur paymnent.
13. 51. TA L1ERT, Adm'or.
Sept. 29, 1858 12m 38
CANDEE & McEWEN,
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS.
yjAVING this day formed a
il.Co-partnership will occupy
time Rooms next adjoining the
oest Offee,iand will give the STRICTEST AT.
lENTION to all business entrusted to their oars.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES made to
arder and warranted.
W Particular attenation will be paid to Watch
pairing. - 1. E. CANDER,
.1D. . EWEN.
FURNR9E E kTC%
Between E. PanR ad hn ColgaB,
WhlERE' WREAVE 01 BAND A-JC g
.A8SORM9NT.PFUMIT IrI .
* .-As follows:
BOOK CASR% LR1RAtiMU DBBS,
BUREA08 BREAU WA8W 8TMia,
With Marble.tops-sing14 and double. ,,
WASH STANDS OF EVERY KIND --
TA. z3 sLE S.
EXTENSION TABLES, PARLOR &3L09
with Slab,, READING and QU'ART ;
TAISLES,. TOWEL AND CLOIRE i
RACKS, BOOK AND CORNER STANDS,
1. Fine lot of Sofas, OtGmaphMe
A choice lot of
BED-ROOKI . JTi'UB .
C 2E-A-rm;&81 -omA4 kW
PARLOR, DINING ROOM AND
CHAIRS, SUEL'S OFFICE CHAIR,
Cans and MaogNR G '
MiassSit'in' A Rd A
Child's TA CJ ;.. &.
A LOT -0 FANCY W0OK jALE .
WORK BOXES, STOOL STAND, POE.
TABLE DESKS, OFFICE DESKS OUmg
BUREAUS; CUBBAR B,"
STEAD8, CRAMA.' LOT
GLASS PLATE, &i.
Also, several excellent ploces of
CARPET TACKS AND BINDING, RUGS AND
MATS, WINDOW CORNICE, SHADES, -
CORDS, TASELS, CURTAIR-P*Iaj. .,
Ac.', Ac.%d -
The above articles are al.reeeuidj purelu
fom the beat Houses in New York,' and ir'hA
told at low prices for as.
~At thme old sand, wre wef-untitie v u
to order, and Repair old work entrusted tWow
If you want to buy, ss,--and faml
and we will take; pleasume In n yo r
Stock. WITT - HU- SON'.
April If d
The Great utherna Remedy fi.
ALL DOWEL DISEASg,
h'olera, Cholera MorbuS, DyseateryjbDridwm
llioem Colic, olic Infanguive. Also, Adig .
bly adopted to manuy Diseases of Feswsa,
Waes capeciull mxusmvanro!r
T VIRTUES OF JAC MRDIAs
too well known to reinirsencoio.
.St. It curse the worst cases of Dlafrha.
2nd. It cures the worst forms ofDyssntery.
3rd. It cures California or Mexilan'Dlirrhoam.
4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
5th. it ures Cholera Morbus.
t. It eures Cholerm Infantum.
7th. Ia cses painful Menstruatin.
8th. It relieves Pain in the Back andLeias.'
9th. It conteats Nervousness and Despondeny.
10th. It restores IrreSlauites.
11th. It dispels Gloomy and tysterleal eelng
12tb. It's an Admirahle Toni.
I. few Ztt from Lesstrs, 'Fatmanealal-&Nc
"I have ueed Jacob's Cordial In my faily, and
haue founud it a must effeient, and in my judgment,
a vialale remedy.
Hoi. 1I11AM WARNER,
Judge Supreme Court, Ga."
"It gives me pleasure in being able to recoin
mund..o xodial; my own personal experlenee
and the experienoe uf my neighbors and friends -
arutznd me,.is a sunme'ient gnarntee for me to bin.
iiev it to 'he all that it purports to be, nis: A
WM. H. UNDERWOOD.
Formeieriy Judge Superior.Journ,Chukee~ras.*
-"il tike greatyleamure in reemonending this in-.
valuable medicine to all afficted with bowJes
fandor 'wbich s blisee it to Is aw *
triad by me. L UD G
DetG. . oeth rnd Lodge ofG rg' "
"I .avpe used Jab's Cordial in mpfahnnl, and
.his, wth alllIhear abent it as a remedy by those
who have tried it, inducess me to believe that -it
stait'be hea ayep rpepa ratiinhietuki,
andt I would rcmmnsa its use In the dheesesfee.
MILES G. DOBBIN,
Cashier of Bk. of State of Georgia, Griffa."
"If there isay credibility in human'testimouy,
Jacoh's Cordial must stand pre-eminent above all
.thor preparations for the cure of Bowel Diseares.
Frnom die mass of testimony in its favor-coming in
romn all quarters, It must be very far in advanee, s
i curatire agent, of must if not all other patent pre
parations. - .A. FLEMINfG,
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Bk., Griffi."
" This efficient remedy is traveling into celebrity
.as fastn*au oaparte-pushied his columns into Russia,
cind gaining commendation wherever used."'-Geor
SOLD flY DRliGG(STS EI'ERYWHERE.
pig Merchants. Druggists an'di Physicians sup
,.lied by. J. ASHIURiST. Importer and Wholesale
bealer. Charleston, 8S.
Sept. 22, 1858. 1y . 32'
TH E LUVEl INVIGORTORI
. P"RSPARED BY Dr. SANFORD,
Sa great scientific medical discovery, and is dadl
Iworking cures, alpnost too.grat. to believe, It
uares as if by magic,- crian the first 11oe's giwing
.etnefit, and-seldom more than one bottle is requir
*.i to cure any kind -of Liver Complaint. frota the
.rst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a common heed.
~w. ill of which are the the result of a diseased
rht- [.Iver is one or the prncipal reguistorsbf the
-sun:an body, and when it o~m its functions well
- he power's oft the a' stem a ltly develoed The
,te.amachb is almost entirely dependent on tehealthy
act..n .,f the LIver for the prosper perihrmanee af its
fthmct'as. .When the stom 0ach is at fault, the bowels
are t nuilt,nd' the whole sestem suf fers s conne
a unceofemeoran-the' fiver-haing eansed to
pr..priets~r has made it his study, in a practice of
mne.re than twenity year. Joafndsenmerenmedy whie
w i th to counteract the many derangements t o
wichit it liable.
To pme that. this re medy is at last found, any
p.-reosu troubled with Liv er Complaint -I a an y
.af its f-arms, hasbut to try a bottle, and counviction is
A o,pound baa been pined by dissolving gums
and extracti~ that part which is soluble 1r the ae
t~evrus the medi ecine. These guma remnove
all morbid or bad matter bham the system. ap~y
natherpaeaegt2 -Hio of bile, lnoin fli
the blood, giving tone and heatho the amie
nery, renmoving the causes of the disease, andgs.
inga adcaler hoyut am of the disagreesble
afte eiect, flt sin Ca ome r inseal P*
sun that is ualyresorrted to,
One dos 5tli a as.reat to.'resee the
domach and peven ronDo rising and c-t
Only one dose takent beibre renring. prerve
Only one dose taken at ight loosens the bowera
gently, and curs costiee necs.
Oettaeaftereach Amesl will cure D-ppas
WOne dose of two tear apoonsibl will always re.
hee Sick Headache.
One bottle takent forth male obtactio,-remoe
the cause of the Oand iaikersaperbet euro.
Only one dose lmim ately relieves Cholic, while
One dose, ofienreea la a sure cure for -Chel.
era Morbus, and a pre ventaive of Cholera..
One doe, taken often, Flwill Iwvent the recorec
of Bilous Attacks, while It rlees all painMd fee.
Only one bottle Is needed tcthrow ont of th
system the efbees of medi elne after a long ibte.
One bottle taken for IJaundice, uem ovem all'
yello'wness or unnatural clerftomthie skin.
One dose taken a short time before eating gives
vigur to the appetite, and makes food digest well.
One doee,otton repeated,ecures Chronic Diarrhis
in its worst forms, while summer and bowel com-.
plaint. yiold almost to the first dose.
One or two doses cures attacks caused by Worms,
while fur worms in children, there Is no surer, mafer.
ora'poedier remedy in the world, as It never fails4j
There Is no exaggeration in these statement,
they are plain, sober fact., that we can give evi'.
dence to prove, while all who use it are giving thaefr
nuanimous testimony In Its favor.
We take infinite pleasure In recommending this
medicine as a preventive for Fever anid Agne, Chil,
Feve, and all Fevers of a Billions type. It oper-.
ates with certainty, and thousands are willing to
testify to Its wonderful virtues.
Among the hundreds of Liver Remedies now'
offered to the public, there are nonuwe can tinoii
recommend as Cr. SANFORD' S INtVIGORATOR
so generally known now .throughout the -Union.
This preparation Is truly a Liver Invi goat~o..
ducing the most happy results os all who use ~
Almost Innumerable certices hai-e been given to
the great virtue of this medicine by those of the
highest standing in society, and we kinow It ti be
the best preparation now before thepjublie.--.Rad-.
son. Cnty Democrat.'
Price, One Dollar Per Battle '~
SANFORD & CO., Proprietr..
345 Broadway NewYirk,
Por sale at Edgefield C. H., by G. ?.Pkxn
June 16,1858. l1
own importatiem, eand h