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11m E R LOME I~
Chartered by the State of Georgia.
Capital Prize, $50,000!
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO,
T 3NE following Scheme will be drawn by WooDt,
:.FDDY .& Co., Managers of the R P A R T A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Now'ber Lotteries for June, 1859. at AUGUSTA,
l1eurgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Clap 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.
Oft the Plan of Siagle. Numbers.
NE&RLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEETS
TO 82 DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE I
I Prise of ... 50,000 I Prie of.... $1,500
1 uu00 6 .......... 0 4
..* ....... 00 bo".so...: 4
1 4. . 000 100 .....90s
1 ........ 4,000 103 ". ........... 150
1 ". ......... 6,000 100 ". ... ....... 100
4 Paes of #410 Approx'ut'g to ,000 Prize are $1,00
4 M5 ~ 1,u 1.000
4 " " 1 4 "- 4,000 " " 00
4 44 6 -4' ) 4 44 4,lg 44 44 o
4" " 150 " " is,004"" 600
4 i. " " 10. " " 1,00 " " 400
I000" " a a ........................... 100,000
6,485 Prizes amountingto...............1320,000
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES 45; QUARTERS'9i
8?"'Iemember that every Prize in the above
Scheme is drawn and payable in full without de.
t'l.ETIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
follo;wing rate. which ti the risk:
Uertile of Package of lu Whole Tickets,.........$90
- " 10 Half " ......... 40
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CLASS, No. 359,
Draws Wednesday, Jun e 29th, 1859,
0.N THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballots.
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! 20 Prizee of 1,000 !
2 Prizesof 8,000! 130 Prizes of 230 !
ac., Ac., &c., to.
27,814 Prizes Amounting to 6513,190.
WHOLE TICKETS $10; NALVES 05; QUAR $2j
IN ORDING TICKETS 03 CERTIFICATE8, en
1 so The m'ne to our a~ldrems for the Tickets ordered,
on re.ceipt of uAtich thy will be fbrwarded by Brat mal'l
PAhaurs can have Tiekets ending in any figure they
ft - ts gustc.
rb. isZ ..t Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purhu.-rs immudiately after the drawing.
gIurch'er will pieue wrte theirsigutures plain, and
give their Popt offie, Couuty mud Stat.
All lIrize of $1.ioIfl and inder, paid Immiediately after
tt. irwinjr-,tlhr pri. ant the usual tin,e of thirty das,
wTICk TO 0olt C tOIC PtIN iJENTS.-Thise who re
fes i,.. 3-g1ding mn,.n.y by mail, can re THE AD.kes
E'iL $ a.l'A wherebyh tnnn.v tr Titcki-ts, in.
sua ,( T..n Tm i).il.,r.. anad upwards can. be. sent AT OUR
Rt Mt AN 1 IEXPENbE. from any city or town where
e.d.c nIn - (lo rnnea Pos Oie aina Envel.
o;....** ..r the Exprew~ Con pan~y cannfotrce@Ie them.
Aide tit. I. Tlek ta or Ccrtieats to
, r, WOOD, EDD A .WitagoDl
3,ay 25 tf 20
W, HSAUSBURY &COt,I
No. 257 BRUAlD STREET,
110tUSE FURNISHING GOODS;
FOR 1 mll~ALFIG PMS;
BLOCK TIN, LEAD,
GALVJANIZED) IRON PIPES;
CUirS PIPES & FITTING8;
WOOD aud WILLOW WARE, Ac., Ac.
EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
We tare conitantly receiving ad litions to our
A ad invito the attention of all in want of anything
' -in our Line.
WE KEEP ON HAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Which weare prepared to put up atshort notice
F'J TB SALE OF THE WFLL-HOIW
MANUFACTURED IN THIS CITY,
TEE E GST STOVE NOW IN MARKET.
E. Hl.SMISRIY &h.,
No. 3 DeKalb Range,
- arh 0 m 12 Hi nad-.. inuru
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
W . M . H IGH T,
CONT IN UES thle ,.huve bu..ine,., in all its bran.
ebue., ne the ASMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
ivat he thank fui f.,r orders fur all kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTIWgS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
MACHINERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept. 1, 1585 y* 34
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!I
NEAR GRANITEVILLE,8. C.
R ESPECTPULLY announces to the citizens of
death Caroinsa and the South at large, that he
i... .,w prepared1 to furnish
OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
A., well maede, of as gm.il mteriael. and on a.. rca
t'onabie terms as cans be found any where in the
W Persons desiring further l.nformaution will
please sdltrosa me at (Granitee ile, S. 0.
Jan.19. 1859 if 2
I. M. SINGER & CO'S.
THE SEWING OP TESE
PROM THE FINEST MU$LIN$ TO A
LsEATHER TRACE I
'LOdiagram is required to prove that these Ma
eb cineS make the very best stitch ever devised
Ty sueeed.nierMally, and are warranted for
Jige year er more, if ,esired.
They can be seen in operation at the Millinery
Sbnap of Mrs. McNEIL. in this Village.
Xhawe Maeshines will he sold at the samne prie
here as at any of the Agencies, or at the principal
Establishin$Es n New York, the freight only
Mr.. (lE'.'0P. MdNEIL, an esprienced Ma
chinist wilttsttasting up and giving in
-tuciosi f1NEbins soNE. et
~uo~~fe~U SEik, ONEadSe. u qAt
band:st ths;Mil8eer B
24ggEdA C,2,4sil & 34 i
BROOM & NORRELL
ARE NOW OPENING
Qbe;ir Stok of
U UIVIES 1000K
Thankftl 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
GOODS AND PRICES~
WITH ANY IN THE MARKET.
THEY ARE. DETERMINED TO MERIT PUBLIC FAVOR BY
AS LOW A SCALE OF PRICES
As any House in the Trade, and by a continuance of that
- OFII I fFIR S8TEM Of hERING,
so Popular with .ovr Customers, and which has always Characterised 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-9F CHARGE, In the City and Hamburg, .ca
Augusta, March 21, 11
NEW CARPET STORE!
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
! anbr SutrUh Eralie, for 185_.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
We beg to state lo those whn are~ ia want of 01 (I !LTHIS, that. we have no~w in
store a ia ea tfl assi*rtiuwnt of* thew'e Goo~ ds in t he best qjualities
mi atathelured, and that wet are just recivinig,
Sheets 12 feet OIL ' LOTES, in Slates, Flowers; kc.;
Sheets 18 " " Freooes8. Ohti, ko.;
Sheets 24 " " " Chintz, Drabs, Oaks, kc,
All of whichi we aire stIErinig at pries to -o;inre~ favorahity with any house North
o.r soutnh. A1:.o. a gaod variety ot l'atterns1 of'
Cheap Oil Clotas.
We are nlow receiving our Spring Stock of MATT"INGS, and! are ready to offer
to those in want of' these. Good,-. a varied an~d extensive assortmnent in Ried
Cha.ek, W hite anid Striped. in 4.J. 5.4 and 6-4 widths.
As usual, wehave nhadag dasrtm t.We are just receiving an invoice
of'i Crah-y's Taesr Bd'SSELS which we will
hld ukl in~ducem~ents on.
WINDOW SHIADES-WIND)OW SHADES!
WVe have just received two) additional invoices of these Goods, per steamer
Alabama, via Savannah, which makes our stock complete. We cn,
now ofe~ir an assortment of Velvet Border, Gold Shades, and
others, suchz as is seldom fou'mnd in any Southern H ouse.
'ur Stock of RUGS. MATS, DI'GGETh andj Table OIL CLOTHS, are varied
and extensive ; Straw and Hair BI 00MS; Picture TASSELS, and
Everything usually found in a Carpet Store.
gTo all of which we would' respi et fully call the attention of our Edgefield
'riends and th.ose re~widing ini its viciniit v.
City' anad Country' Orders Prenaptly attended to.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
BROAD STREET, 2nd DOOR ABOVE BANK OF AUGUSUA.
JAMES G. BAILIE,
234 KING STREET, CH[ARLESTON, S. C.
Augusta, April 12 tf 13
P'. & M. GALLAIIElR
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR SUPPLIES OF
FANCY & STAPLE
D RY GOO D S-!
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
THEIR STOCK IS EXTENSIVE,
iN ID C AR E F [IL! LY N1 L~ 1 C T E~ D. E MBRACING
ALL THAT IS NEW AND DESIRABLE,
--A L. S 0
EMBRGl@RY, NDEY LOVE, GiBNSI
Real Irish Linen,
TABLE DAMASKS, NAPKINS, TOWELS,
TOGETHER WITII AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
DOME ST IC G OOD S,
AND EVERY THING IN T HEIR LINE.:
To which they invite the att e nt i on ofalli wt of
W E take this opportunity of informing our
. PATRONS and FRIENDS that we -have
IN.ught out the interest of Messrs. SIBIEY 4
IJSlER, of this Town, and have removed to the
Store tornmerly ocuupied 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 meritthe;
When we shall have the pleasure of greeting our
old Friends and Patrons at-our new location, theX
will find us fully supplied with the following ....
Superior Java, Lagnyra and Rio COFFEES;
Stuart's A B C Powdered and Crushed 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 lialtimore BACON;
OSNABURGS, STRIPES, SHIRTINGS;
BLANKETS and PLAINS;
Negro HATS, BROGANS and BOOTS;
Oils, Turpentine, Glass and Whitelead;
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Spices;
Every description of IRON and STEEL, &c.
We have made arrangements with the most cele
brated Distillers on the Continent to supply us the
BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS Or LIQUORS,
That can be produced. Our future aim and Inten
tions will be to keep unimpaired our long estab
lished reputation for keepibg 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 Wines
and Liquors are unquestionable, as we receive them
direct from the London Docks. *
IN OUR SADDLEETDEPARTENT,
Will be found a New and Pahionable Stock of ne
Saddles, warranted for durability and easy riding.
Also, American and English Housings, Buggy and
Wagon Harness, Bridles, Curb and Snaffle Bits,
Whips, A., Ac.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Jan. 5, 1859 - tf 62
T HE subscribey. takes this method of returning
his thanks to his friends for their lberalsup.
port during the putyear, and respeffully informs.
them and the public generally, that he 40il oon
tinues his FAMILY.GROCERY, and will al
ways keep on hand a COMPLETR S'OOK 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 ximble
Penny is bctte tkan a auito Shilling."
Also on hand, a largo stock of B O 0 T S 'A N D
SHOES, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859. ly 52'
-WM lv -I. T-UTT,
Wholesale andRetulEaeia i.
JPrtuct), Enlfufj abt Estrican
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. H. TUTT, DauGisT',
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
figures, by W. H. TUTT, Daucoer,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, Dauerr,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
C ONCOE NT RAT ED LY|E .
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and botter than Putasah. For sale by
W. 11. TUTT, Dnuootsv,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 43
T H E Subseriber respectfully ofvs his services
to the citizens of Edgofield and Barnwell in
the practice of the NEW and ilSEFUL art of
He has purchased the right to this practice for
the Districts of Edlgelleld and Barnweli, and is
preparod to give instruction or to subdue vicious
horses for all who desire it.
l'pon the formation of a Class of five or more in
any neigh borhood, lie will, upon notification from
the parties, attend at any place they may appoint,
and instruct them in the thousand applications of
|WA ddress, at Beach Island Post Offieo,
A. W. ATKINSON.
P. 8.-In conncction with the above 'I have on
and LAMIER'S PATENT BRTIDLi, the right
to use whieb, is given to each scholar. A.W. A.
A pril 5 3m i3
'iBarnwell Sentinel please copy for three
months, and forward account to A. Ii. A. as above
Celebrated Double Screen
T HiE SUBSCR[BER baring .purchased th,
LRight for this State, n,'w offers to Planters
these justly celebrated Fans faor cleaning Wheat.
Tis Fan is superior to any thing of the kind n'w
in use, as the number of premiums awarded at
different State Fairs will attest. It is simple in
its structure, easily rigged, works well, and when
*ut of order, can be repialred by any ordinary me
chanic. It is adapted t. cteanaing all kind.' of
grain. For further particulears see Hand, Bill.
which will be furnished any one dleuiring each.
Cotton ins andi I hreshers
Also counstantly on handl a supply of Cotto;.
Guns, whicb I warrant to ho equad to any, madle. Al.
so, a hit o'f Thre'hers which are s's extensively
knownm that I deem it unnecessary tominlogise them
Those Machines are all manmufacturedt in this
place, by skillful workmen, anal of thme vir best
material, andl warrented to dt. what. iis said~ fo,
them. Any orders for either oif the aboive Ma.
chines, addressed to'- the ,.utbscrib'er -'or left with
my Travelling Agenta, will be promptly attend.
For all Repairing and Job Waork, the Cash wilt
ho required upion delivery.
Ahbeville C. TI.. April 211, 3ma 15
CHIOICE IIAMIS..--Just received.Two 1llds.
SUPERIOR TENNESSEE llAMS. Call andl.
examine them. E. 6'. PENN.
May 18 .tf 19
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT'.
Thou. R. Rhode:, Adm'or Appl'nt.
Win. N. Raines and wife Rebecca, rPartition.
and James K. Arrington and I.
B Y an order from the Ordinary, Ishall proceed
to sell at Edgegeld Court House, on the first
Monday In July next, for Partition, all the Real
Estate of Elizabeth Welling, deceased, consiatinag
of three LOTS in the Town of Hamburg, S. C.,
known in the plan of said Town,
First, HOUSE and LOT No. 229, having a front
of fity (50h) feet on Leavenworth Street, and run
ning hack two hundred (200) feet; boundeod East
by Leavenworth Street, West by fraction of Lot
No. 2291. South by Bay Street, anal biorth by Lot
Second and third, TWO WHARFS LOTS, Nos.
9 and 10, having two hundreal (200) feet front on
Bay Street, mnd running back to Saivannah Rivet;
bounded North Iby Bay Street, East by Leaven
worth Street, West by .fraction of Lot Nu. 228),
and South by Savannah River.
ZPer T~msa-Oin a credit until the first of Octo
er next, the purchasora -to give bond and good,
seurities, and a Mortgage of tihe Lasts to the Or
dinary, to secure the purchase monoy. Cost to be
paid in cash, and also to pay for titles extra.
JAS. EIDSON, san
May 81, 186 9 St 21
" Freight a Cheap as the Cheapest."
T UE Excel Line having been thoroughly organ
isedl on the 2th A pril, P. L.Wad~e, appointed
Preient, T. H. Joehason, Secretary, R. Johnson,
Agent at Savannah, and H,. F. ltuas,'el, Agent at
Augusta.; the Steamer Excel will in future run In
auunecti..n with New York, Philadelphia, and Bad
tiore Steamaships at Savannaha and Georgia Rail.
R,ad at Augusta, leaving Savannah on Saturday
Evening, and Augusta on Wednesday Morning.
All Goods for Northern and European market. and
the Interior, should be addressed to care of Agents.
Excel.Line at Savannah and Augifuta. Forward
ing of coarse free.
With man so perfectly aeqainted with the for
wrding and sbipping business, it is needless to as.
sure thge publi9 that promptness will characterise
all operations of thia~rS s; tSana.
L. 1. IUSBEL~w A't uguisa.
areaqus am m n .
EMING & DAY.
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
Having ever. failidy, they are enabled to qo~ie their Goods on the
most reasonalte terms to CASH AND PROMP PAYING CUSTOMERS.
Their Stock will alwayq he replete with everything
NEW AND NOVEL,
Inh-Trade and--by arrangemente, every Steamer will bring
themt/ieSELECT DESIGNS FOR
LADI' DR ESS 4D008,
HMBR9IDEINES; SKIRTS &C, &C,
Among their Duiss GooDs now on hand. in SILK, COTTON AND BAREGE fabric,
may be fund:
Robe. a-. - . JU-e, I Robe a Hantillet,
Robe a -2:k 3:Volant, I Robe a Tunique.
With 411 the. usual.Goods. for Dresses. All orders promptly attended to.
LINZlERc DEIiG,.. CHARLIE B. DAY.
Augeseh.. tf 12 Late of . .Newby & Co.
In returnin thanki to tAe friends and patroirs of the late firm of DICKEY&
PRIBBS, woudd also annotunce thdt Ae has just retirned from the Northern
Markets, where he hasf purchased a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
SPRINwAND SUMMER DRY GOODS!
Which have been selected twith the most judicious nicety and greatest care. To
the Ladies, he would moat rerpectlly :suggest that the DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT wilt be found to comprise the most
IIH SE8 ANI E1ST IES Of THE SEASN!
Black Grosn do Rhine and Blechoff's SILKS;
Fancy PLAID and ROBES A'LIS; Foulard and India SILKS;
Tissue, Barege, Grenadine and -Organdie ROBES;
Plain DAREGES, and. Printed MUSL IS; Cashmere, Stella and Crape SHAWLS;
arege Scarf, French Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS and TALMAS;
Linen and Debeige DUSTERS, &c. &co.; French Lace,9 Crape, and LeisseVIS
Swis and Jaconet COLLARS &SUEVES; Embrott SETTS, Crape do, Lace do;
Ldies' and Misse' OSIERY, &.c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
arge stock of Bleache uai drown S IIRTN S, and SIIEETINGS; Scoteh and Rus la DIA
Co ttan mk. nnt Wolen Tabe COVES Pilw Case COTTN Inch LINS Marseille
ig PRINT; Fiure 111lr E; C I(.RS rPlaia and Printe BRILLIANTES; Scotch
COTTONADES; K~entucky JEANS; Erminette DRA PE IYETE; Lasting CLOTIIS, &c.
g|P Great induremnents offered to Merchants arnd Persons purchtasing .Plantation Bills
Particular attention paid to orders. Goods sent to any part of the 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 favorable with any othe~r ine the city, to which will he added,
frome time to time, during the season,
THE L/ATEST NMVLTS_
AS THEY ARRTVEJ FROM EUROPE, OR ARE PRODUCED. A T HlOME.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
In this Department our Stock is Full and Attractive, containing Fancey SILKS, Black~ GRO
DE RHINE, TAFFETPAS, TISSUES, BARAGES, BO3fBAZINES, ALP'ACAS,
-LAWNS, ORGANDIES, &c.; ROBES, of various styles and Fabrics.
In the WHITE GOODS and LINEN DEPA RTMI-.NT will be .
found, IHISH LINENS, LINEN D AMASKS, NAP
KINS, TABLE CLOT HS, R USSIAN CR ASH,
CAMBRICS, JACONET8, BRlL.
.LIANTS, PIQUES, QUI LTS, COUNTER. -
-PANES, EMBROIDERIES, &c.; a Splendid assortment of
SHAWLS UED HAUTLLAS,
ROSIERY AND GLOVES, DRESS TRIMMINGS AND PARASOLS, SHIRTINUS
SHEETINGS, PANTA LOUN STUFF, ke., &c.
All of which he guaranltees to sell as Low as the Lowest.
Call ansd examine for yours -Ires, hr fore purelwuning elsewhere. Orders carrf/ii/ly alkended to
GOODS NOT AS REPRESENTED MAY BE RETURNED.
MhRI. IENEY WITH A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF
STRAW GOODS, F L OWE RS, RIB&NS, TRIMINGS
ANID kIILINERY ARTICLES GENERALLY,
blay at all times be found in rear of the Store, and to which she particularly inevites the at
tention of the Ladies of Edgefield. Call in and look at the latest Fashjion~ mad Stylea
of Goods. Mrs. H. will take pleasure in exhibiting them.
Augusta, AprIl 11 tf 14
SPRING & SUMM1~E R TR ADE !
'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 MARSEiLLES VE STINGS,
Dr ap D'E tes, Splendid Linens, &c.,
WILL BE MADE TO lhAUSURE
IN THE "MdOST FASHIONAB~LE ST31LES,
AND AS GOOD AS CAN BE OBTAINED IN ANY PORIO1N .OF THE COUNTRlY,
A FINE STOCK OF
MADE EXPESSLY TO MY .ORDER,
A LARGE AND SELECT'STOCK OF
1'uLr n ishbin g G OCds.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
AlND WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.'
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
THE GROVER AND BAEER
re Universally Preferred
FO:R FA.MLYT 'CS3.
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 titch is cut.
3rd. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thur
all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while the
same machine can be adapted at-plasure, *by a
mere change of #pool, to all varieties of.work.
4th. The same machine runs silk, linen thread,
and common spool cottoa, with equal facility.
5th. The seam Is as elasticas the most elastic
fabrio, so that it is free from all liability to break in
washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6. The stich made by this machine is more bean.
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 Manufac'rs.
I 0 4
Copy of aLetter from Ron. A. L HAMOND.
WAaNGTo; Dec. 11, 1858.
8in: In reply to your letter asking my opinion of
GRovzR & BAsnn's Swnco MAcEMs, I take
pleasure in saying that they have more thai an
sirered my expectations, after trying and returning
I have three of tfdem in operation on my different
places and after four years trial have no fault to
find. Yours, respectfully. J. H1. HAMMOND.
To M. A. RArsox, Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
Copy of Letter from JONATIAN . MTLLERL
Bzzcn IsLAN, S. C., Dec.18, 1858.
M.A.RAysox-Dear Sir: In reply to your en
quiry how I like the GRovR A BAXsa Sawuxo
MAczunuI-take pleasure in saying that after-oing
it four mouths it has 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 'uso 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.
D'A reduction of one half the usual price is
made to all ministers of the Gospel who have fami
lies, and to all religious or charitable societies
where the machines are to be used for purposes of
Hamburg, Dec. 29, 1858. tf 51
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds Conghs, and
RatE, Ma., 20th Dee, 1855.
DaJ. J.Aria: I do nothesitatetosay
the b.st remedy I have ever found for
Coughs, iloarseness, Influensa, and ,the
enemitant symptomsof aCold, is your
Csar Pacrosar.. Its contstant ase in
any practice andl my family for the last
ten years has shown it to possess snp.
rior virtues for the treatment of these
comnplaints. EE KNIGBT, M1. D.
A.D. MOtTL.EY, EsQ.,of Uurca, B. V., wries: "I have
used your )icdonda myself and In my family ever ince
you iurente'd it, and believe itthe best medicine for Its
puarpae ever put ont. With a badl cold I should sooner
pay twwnty-dles dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
take any other remedy."
Croup, WhoigCough, Influenza.
Bncoss Area: I wili chserfully certify your lbctenrd
i. the best remidy we possess for the cure of whoopaing
cough. croup, andl the chest diseases of children. We of
your fraternIty ini the South apreciate your skill, end
commend your medicine to or e
AMOS LBE, EIq., Moursuar, Ia.,wrlies,84 Jan., 18541
"I had satdiuns Influenza, which conflneden doirs
s weeks; took many maedlcines without relief; asally
triod yur 1%ctnol by the advice of our clergyman. The
Ari st relieved the soreness in my throat and lungs;
lems than one half the buttle made me completely welL
Your medicines are the cheast as well as the best we
earn bay, and we esteem you, Dto, and your remedies,
as the poor man's friend."
Asthuna or Phthlslc, ani1 BronchItis.
WaT Mancsasa, Pa., Feb. 4, 1556.
'St: Your Gherry 1torai is performing marvellous
cures in this section. It has relieved sevoral from alarm
lag symptoms of consumption, and is now curing a men
who has Iabored uder an efection of the lungs for the
last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, I. D., Arzaroi, Momcacs Co.,.Iowa,
wrrites, Sept. e,1855: "During my practice of many years
[ have found nothing equal to your OGerry Pctondl for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
much as are curabls."
We might mddi volumes of evid'ence, but the most con.
incing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found In its
egfects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy ham ever been known which
cured so many ad such dangerous cases as this. Some
no human aid can reach; but even to those the Gkerry
14ctorai affords relief and comfort.
Aston Hos. Niw YorK Cmt, Mtarch ,1856.
Docrot ArTsa. LowsELL: I feel it a duty and a pesr
to informn you what your Cherry Ikcforal has don for my
wife. She had been five months laboring under the dan
gerouts symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid we
miud procure gave her much relief. She was steadily fal
lng. until Dr. Strong, of thim'eity, where we havecume for
advie, recomnaended a trial of your medicine. We bless
his kindness, sews do your skill; ir she has recovered
from that day. She is not yet as strong asshenased to
be, but is free from her cough, end calls herslf welL
Yours with raideand
GBLANDO 8 , ov BSrarvass,
L'bnsuuptlres, do not despair till you bave trise As
Casmar PscreaA&. It is made by one of the best mnedical
chiemiats in the world,isud its ere all around us bespeak
the high merits of Its virtues.-Phnecdddf edgfer.
Ayer's Cathartic .Pills.
'1HlC sclences of Chemistry an 3edicine haeve been
.Ltaxedl their utmost to produce this beet, must perfect
I~nrgative which. is known to man. Innumerable proo
are shown thai these iPn.:a have virtnes which surpss in
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win un.
precedentedly upon the'esteem of all men. They aresafa
sad pleasant to take, hut powerful to cure. Their pane
tratinag properthemeilmulate the vitalaetivitiesof the body,.
renfore tihe obstructions of its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which
ibreed ad grow distemper, stimnulate sluggish or disor,
dnbred organs into their natural actios, mud imparthealtby
ions with strength to the whole system. Not only do
they cure the every-day complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous dieaes that have baffled
tham beet of human skill. W~hile they produce powerful
effectm, they are at thse same time~ in dindlnished doses,the
safest and best pahysic that can be emzployedi for children.
Being sugarcoad, they are pleasant to take; and being
purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures
havy. been made which surpass belief were they notasub
stanmtiated by men of such exalted position and charactsr
as to forbi the aasplcion of untruth. Many enminent
clergymsen and physicians have icent their names to certify
to the public the reliability of my remedies, while others
have sent ume the assurance of their conviction that my
Preparations contribute imamensely to the relief of my
amficted, suifering fellow.msn.
The Agent.belownamed is pleased to furnish grails my
American Almanaac,containligdirectisteru their mes nd
certificates of their cures, of the following complaints:
Costiveness, ilious Comnplaints, Rheumatism, rev
fleartburn, Mesadache arising from a fsul etouc aai
see, Indieation, Mlorbid Inaction of the Bovels ana Pain
arising therefroin. Flaitency,1Loss of Apptte, all Ulcer.
one and Cntanmeous Diseases which rqiean evacuant
medicine, Scrofliraor King's Evil. Thyalso, by purify.
hag the blood and stimulating the my~ cure many a
nislts which it would not be sup the could
r schauchas Drafmles, Partial Blindnes, euagaand a
lvona lrritmbility, Derangemeanta of the Liver andd-id|
neys, Gomut, and other kindred comtplaints arising from a
low stalte of the body or obstruction of Its flanctiont,.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some
otier pil they make more profli on. Aak for Avs's
P':a.a.s, and take noting else. No other they can give
you comparee yrith this In its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is 8ar thema
and they should hare It.
Prepared by Dr. T. 0. ArliR, .
Praotical end Analy~oal Chemist, Lowell, Xaus.
G. L.. PENN and DR8. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
Edgofleld C. H.; A. J. PELLETIER A CO., Ham
burg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale
by JTAVILAND, CHICHIESTER A CO., Augusta,
Jiune ly 21
NOTICEs-All persons Indebted to the Estate t
of J. B. Talbert, deceasod, are requested to
zaake payment at an early date, and those having c
emands agairist saaid Estate, will render them in r
roperly attested for payment. -
B. M. TALlDERT, Adm'or. -j
Sept. 29, 1858 12m 88 d
CANDEE & McEWEN,
WATCU MAKERS & JEWELER~S.
EAVING this day formed a
fC-partnership will occupy
tne Rooms next adjoining the
Post Offie, and will give the STRICTEST AT
ENTION to all businemis entrusted to their care.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES made to -
rder and warranted.
D. P. McBWEK.
Ud..aIuNt.JISIn S .a
HXVE 'OPii!D A. 1 -
Between E. Penn siil John Colgan,
NllERE'WZ AEONHAND A-'C Ui 'EP
.A886RTMENT:0 PUNIT f
I .-As follows:
BOOK CASES, URRi3; DEBs,
BUREAUSI BUREAU- WISNONA,T
With Marblo.tops-single and double..
WASH STANDS OF EVERY RIND*,'
T A, 33L E S.
EXTENSION TABLES, PARLOR
with Slahs, READING and QUA TETT 1
TABLES, TOWEL AND CLOTE I
RACKS, BOOK AND CORNER STANDS,
1. Fine lot of Sofas, Ottomaisae9
A choice lot of
C EIA. x I -'. -K-- 'rK,. f
PARLOR, DINING B0M AND. L M if
CHA RS, BUEL'S OFFICE CHAIR Stool,
Cans and Mahogon ROACK1*G HME-4
Mises''Sittin Rg'.CEAl a
. Child's Tibli CHAXS Ae;, '
A LOT 'OF FANCY WORK 1ADLE
WORK BOXES, STOOL STANDS, P03'
PABLE DESKS, OFFICE DESKS Ohldm's
BUREAUS, CUBDARtDSA -
STEADS. CRAIa8.' LOOKING
GLASS PLATE, &b.
Also, several excellent pieces of
CARPET TACKS AND BINDING, RUGS-AND
MATS, WINDOW CORNICE, -SHADES,
CORDS, TASSELS, CURTAIN PINSr
The above articles areaa 1recenty rphased
5rom the best Houses in 'N6 York, and*li be
iold atlow prices for cas.
-At te.oldand, we wN1Ieontin awdr1
o order, and Repair old work entrusted to our.
If you want to buyi os,-4;ad If.y .dfot,oasl
md we will take; pleasure -in .abv you our
Stoek. WITT &I DSOE,
April18 t 14
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL DOWEL DISEASE3
'holera, Cholera Morbeu, Dyseaery,.iarrksw
Biliou Colic, Colic Infantumia. Also,4I4irs.
bly adopted to many Diseae. of Female,
swa especially M0auao. .
1HE VIRTUES OF JACel'S. CORDIALtIaae
.3 too well known to requireencoeed.s
let. It cures the worst cases'of Dlarhe.
2nd. It cures the worst forms oftDysentery.
3rd. It cures Californiaor- Mbcsn~Diarraha.
4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
5th. It cures Cholera Morbus. -
6th. It cures Cholora Infantum.
7th. It cures painful Menstruatiod.
8th. It relieves Pain in the back and-Loins.l'
9th. It contracts Nervousness and Despondeney.
LOth. It restores Irregularities.
L1th. It dispels Gloouny and Mysterical Feelingr.
L2th. It's an Admnirale Tonic.
a few Extracts from Lessors, Testoni".alay ,
" I have used Jacoh's Cordial in my famaily, and
iave found it a most effiient, and in mnyjudgment,
a valuable remedy.
Moi. HIR AM WARNER,
Judge Supreme Court, Ga."
"It gives me pleasure In being able to recoin
neid Jacob's Cordial; my own personal experience
ind the experience of mny neighbors and frienadu
around me, is a suflicient guarantee for me to bn -
huoi o all that it purports to be, via: A
WM. H. UNDERWOOD.
Formerly Judge Superior Uourt,Cherokeetlhrcut."
"I tak. great pleaure in rocomptending this in-i
taluable medicine to all" amited with boe -~s
ases, for -which I believe it to e a o ij
emedy-'-deeidedly superior-to any thiaig-'fe~~
4e ym.A. A. GAULDIfG-,
Deputy G.M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia."
"I-have used Jaceb'u o'rlial in myfa Uf,
his, with all I hear about it as a remedy by those
whu have tried it, indudes mne to believe that -it
standsaat the hedo i'ypeaeineti i%
ad I would recommend Its use in-the diaesses fpr,
wthich Itla compounded. , . - -
MILES G. DOBBIN,
Cashier of Bk. of State ofGeorgia, Griffn. -
"If there Is any credibility in human'testimony,
Jacob's Cordial must stand pre-eminout shove all
'ther preparations for the care of Bowel Diseae.
F'romn the mass of testimony In Its favor coming in
rcom all quarters, it must ho very far in advance; as
c urntive agent, of mfost If not all other patent pre
parationh. - . A. FLEMINI%
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Bk., Griffn."
" This effiient remedy is traveling Into celebrity
u faut as Bonapartepushedt his colunninto Russia,
uad gaining commendation wherever uaed."-?eor
jos Jef'eruuiuan, alay 191th. 1858S.
.SOLD- IJY DRIUGUfSTS3 EVERYWHERE.
$@ Merchants. Druggists an'd Physicians sup
'lied by. J. AS&UURST. Importer and Whole e
Deider, Charleston, 85.
Sept. 22, 158. ly . 87
THE UIVERl INVICWIRTOR1:
PR PARED BY Dr. SANFOBD,
Sa great scientific medical discovery,-and Is dallf
uresas uIf bymagic,- even- the first idh~e uifing
eenefit, and seldom more than one bottle is requir.
ui to cure any kind of Liver Complaint, from the
vorst Jaundice or Dyspepsfa to a comm'on hisad
w.h.z. all of which are the the result of a diseased
1'he[.1' er is one of the Uriipal regulatonbf the
uanan body, and when It 9 efrsIts functions well
he lewr '.f the .sistem 5eIuly devetoped. The
kuomach Is almost entirely de4pentI onm eslhy
aetl'on of the Liver four the proper perfhrmance df Its
tnune'uns. .When the atom Och Is at foult, the bowels
sr-a niadtewoeatmu ers toi conge
wuenc at rasle an -the velJ r- having eassed to
oits duty. For~ diseas es of-that organ, one of the
*r.parietors has made It 'Ihis study, In a practice of
neere than twenty years.uiiofnd a".eremsedy whire
nabh to counteract the "many derangements ?o
clhtch It ls liable. -.
To' p~mve that. this re medy Is at last found, any
ontr..uabled with Liv ~er Complaint 'In an y
f litfrnas,babut totry a botte, and conviction fs
A compound has been f brinedl by isbolving gpnm
aud extracting that part whIch Is soluble for the ac
ve virtues of the mnild clue. These gunsremove
JI morbid or bad matter flum the system saal.
ng In theitlacei a healtby d ow of bile, laiomn
he sach, causing foo -to. dlig elLn i.
be blood, giigtone and nhealth to thea al ii
reoigthecauses iot the disease, and..eea.
ga radical cure wihu nyof the dIsagreeable
fter effects, felt sin ooe r ies '
on that-I .ual)resr ted to, -""
One dse aher saigl,,ulemnt toreiesve-- the
tomach, and prevent t.e food0 riusing said sonst
Only one doe taken beibre retiring, prevent
Enuly one dose taken ateuight loosens the bowes i
ently, and cures cstive aness.,
One bse taken afieecebr mess will cure D ' pun
SV"One dose of two tea sipoonsJ ibl l always re
eve Sick Hede. ft
One bottle taken for fa "male obetreset.remoyes
be cause of the aleseOnd makerserle ure.
Only one doe Immedl0stely relieves Cole, while
One dose, often repeated,- I'I a mitre cure for Cho
ra Norbus, and a pre I, veniative of Cholera.
One dose, taken often, A wilDprvent the recurrener
t Bilious Attacks, while it reees all painflzjee..
Only one. bottle Is ,needed tothrow otofthe
yalemn the ebets ofimedi eine afte alog sene.
One bottle taken fori Jaundlce, remove. all'
elkiuwnees or unaturala olernat~he skin.
One dose taken a short time before eating give's
igor to the appetite, and makes food digest well.
One dos, often repeated, cures Chronic Diarrhosa
a Its worst forms, while summer and bowel om
laints yield almost to the first doss.
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 fails.J.
There Is no exaggeration in these statements
key are plain, sober facts, that we can. give evi..
ence to prove, while all who use it are giving their
uanimous testimony in Its favor.
We take infinite pleasure in recomnmending this
todicine as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chill
'eve, and all Fovers of a Billious type. Iteoper.
tea with certainty, and thousands are willing to
:atify to Its wonderful virtues.
Among the hundreds of Liver Remedies uow
ferd to th. public, there are none. ce an sh f
acomend as Cr. SANFORD'S INztVIGORATOR,
i generally knaown now throughout the Unlen.
his preparation Is truly a Liver InvigoNa'pro
ucing the most happy results os aliwho use it.
sImost Innumerable certilcates have been given to
ae great virtue of this medicine lby those of the
ighest standing in society, and we know it to- he
ae beat preparation now before the publie.-...ud
mi (ounty Deseocrat. -' - .i
Price, One Dollar Per Dottli. -
SANFORDhCO0., Prorito .
For sale at E~dfield C. I., by G. L PkX,,i
June 16,185 *l