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Prom the Charleston Courier.
Hints to those who have Fruit for Ship
. meat to New York.
Pluck.your'peaches carefully, two or three
days in advance of their maturity (but only
long enough before the steamer day-every
Saturday-.to get them aboard,) and take
care to sant . only such as are entirely tree
from iny benise. or decay whatever. Pact
them carefully with clean rye straw or leaves
or hay (thesigh- hay is heating) in slattec
boxes about two feet long, fifteen inches ide
and ten-inches deep-say five or six pecks ti
the box. They will shrink at least a peck or
the voyige, from softening and becomin4
more compact in consequence. There shoulc
be a partition down the middle of each box
otherwise .the fruit is. injured by its owf
weight. Boxes of the.same width sad depth
but twice as long, are sometimes shipped, b41
forAivers reasons thle smaller boxes are pro
Peaches should never be packed witboe
securing for them a thorough- ventilation q
mute. IfIt were possible to divide theinin
to layers, with somethingbetween to suppad
their weight, and render the circulation e
air more certain, they would open in mu
betear order. Bok-binder's paper shaving9
are sometimes used in packing, and mnsw
. he sats ought not to be further apast
than is sufficient to admit a man's finger, and
they bould be nailed very securely, to prT
vent the fruit from bein ilfered after hams
left the consignor and reaching the
o . Greg& 6( Kulmia, 8. ., ne
tiken, by packing nd shipping his peachi
in the-manner described, and which, we be
live,:-he-origInated, has the satisfaction g1
r2I0lsing fonmtwo dollars and fifty cents tv
fve dollars per bushel for several thousand
bdshel., which he ships annually to Ne
The steamer freight on the bushel or.hA
bushel box is forty cents, and it Is expected
tht this will be paid In advae.
Consignora a the -interior sending -their
fruit to Charleston for shipment, will tind it
fo their interest to entrust this inland traus
yortation to the Adans' Express company
when convenient to do so, s It will ensure
anjearlier.delivery to the steamship agent, 1:
whose care it ahoald.be addressed. The ex
press aneiteamers freight, must, in
that Case, prepaid to the Express Agent.
Same country consignors employ success
fully the shipping agents in CharIeston, to
get.their fruitaboard, but, in one or two in
atances, large quantities .have been left be
hind, and sold- at a sacrifice.
The merchant's commissions for selli
Peanh. and other Fruits vary, but taking ,
things Into cosideration, the result is abous
thesam,. vis ten per cent. on. the amout
of sales. There are only three or lour.Peach
and Fruit Commission Merchants in this
trade. Their address may be had at the Ex
We are advised that it Is bad policy to
consign fruit to merchants not engaged in the
business, as they do. not understand how tp
market them, and, therefore, are glad to get
id.of them at almost any price, to the specu
lators, who usually double their money upon
As the crop is backward and meagre in the
middle States, South Carolina and Georgia
consignors of peaches can continue to ship,
with a fair prospect of remunerative returns,
until the second or .third week in August.
The best peaches wilt command from, three
dollars to five dollars per bushel in the New
York market, for a week or two at least..
Properly managed this fruit trade of South
Carolina and Georgia with New York, will
grow in afew years to be worth half aimil
lion of dollars annually. It needs only the
fptelligent encouragement of the press to in'
dluce many persons in these States to enter
into this new and profitable branch of South
ein butsiness. We know of one lady, a widow,
who added between one hundred and
three hundred dollars, this season, to ber
limited income, by shipping the produce of
Iron Cotton Ties.
The New Orleans Crescent gives the result
of a trial of Cotton bales bound by the iron
tie, in comparison with those bound .with
Four bales of cotton were subjected to the
test, to wit: one bale of ordinary packing,
fromn a country press, bound in rope, a simi
her hale bound in iron, one small compressed
bale bound in rope, and a similar bale bound
in iron. All were placed on properly erected
piles of pitch pine sticks, glled mn with chips
and shavings, in order that the fire whien
started might be fierce and rapid.
At half past 5 o'clock, the fire was fairly
and equaligt applied on the wingward side of
the bales. In fifteen minutes, most of the
ropes of the two rope bound bales had parted,
allowing the cotton to break out and burr
rapidly in many parts. By this time, the
bagging of the two iron-bound bales was pret
ty well burnt off; but the iron bands remain.
ing firm, no impression had been made upon
the cotton but an outside charring, of nc
At 6 o'csc, the rope bound bales had fal
len clown or spread out, in loosemasses', with
the fames burning treely in many places. Al
this time, the iron bound bales resembled
bales. of black moss more than any thing elsei
the begging being all burnt off, and the outer
cotton cnared. They remained firm on their
supports, the air circulating freely on all sidee
of themn. Only where the fire was hottesi
and longist aled did there appear to be
distesion or .aerainjury to the cotton.
At quarter past six, the outer fire having
all berned away, the iron bound balesashowed
very -little fir and appeared to have sustained
very little damage, whilst the loose and oute
aprea~d masses of cotton which had been rope
bound bales continued burning rapidly, witi
the .aperneof soon being entirely de
Cotton Cuture of Jamaica.
In -the despeain of their ef'orts to pro
curf a supl of cetton irre-pective, in whole
or in part, of the United States by the British
manufacturers, their attention has been direc
ted to the sland of Jamaica by the London
Times. After overthrowin that system of
cultivation by slave labour bywhich the cul
tivation could be extended Inthe British cola
nial possessions In the West Indies, it is
amusing to see-the fruitless exertions to re
Introduce that cultivation extensively there.
The Times alluding to this subject, says:
"Cotton gathered in the St. Andrew's
mountains has been exhibited at the Exchange
Booms, in Manchester, and has been pro
nounced as ot the value of 10 1-2d. per lb..
while the cost, when properly ginned, need
not exceed 4d. or 5d. per lb., so that it may
now be cultivated at a profit of at least twen
ty-fiveto forty per cent. All that seema ne
ceasary Is, that a few -spirited. Manchester
gentlemen should form themselves into a
committee, with a view to such arrangement
as may be necessary'to induce the manufao
turers and other capitalists of the country to~
incur a comparatively trifling risk by the ad
vance of a working capital of 2,000, to
put In cultivation two thousand acres of .land
sneetto,soas to point an example of pro.
fitable icultivation to the numerous proprie
tors of West Indian estates, who require to
be stimulated tosthe- imprremst of their
factnvs0nM ahete have undetknto
take ahare. in a limited liability company,
and it is believed that the frends of freedom
al-over the ceutr will heartily co-operate
In the uindertalng."-Charleston News.
A cotemporary suggest. that old bones
should be placed in the heap of stable manure,
and the Jaa sweating process will soften
thitn, aothat thycan easily be broken up,
and allthe animal matter sind gases retained.
hrpy~ p them ln- the Fall where the ma.
aurb ap to be made, and keigthem
taeI the accumulating heap dru
Wlfltheywill add mnuch to the valued
. fatil a-helferthat kicked badly. I ceda
1 a fw weds heheefallow ngthd
knee as closely as 'Ible; then slip a strap
over the knee, .put a short stick through
the;Iaollow of the joint below the strap, to
prevent it slipping off. When having the
use of but three legs, she has enough to do
to stand without kicking.-Country Gentle
An old farmer of Pork State. named Good
man, soaked corn. i .chloride of lime eight.
hours and then planted. In six weks it tai
seled out, while corn not -soaked was hardly
a foot high.in.tihke same time. A. poun4xf
lime is sufficient fur furty acres of corn, and
two or three weeks is the gain in the growth
by thu-s prepari g--the seed. So says the
Springfield (N. Y.) Journal.
M. de Morogues announces that tansy
dried-as excellent-sheep food, and that, when
fresh, it mnies espi~tal litter for downestic itni
nals. Its peculiar salamic odar musteffec
tually drives away flas. A lap-dog sleeping
on a bed of fresh tansy. .is immediately freed
from these vermin. It should be renewed
when the leavesare quite dry.
The MichiymA rinrwell observes: " A
plow-horse should above all things be a good
walker. The walkinga3 t is not cultivated
enough- in training- horises- Only consider
what a team that could walk four WI an
hour for ton honrs pe'rdiy could do towards
hurrying forward Spring work."
To take out pitch, .tar,. resin, .paint, &c.,
pour a little alcohol on the place and let it
soak in, about h'alf *n houir. hen rub it
gently, and you. will .id the alcohol has
soaked out'the glutinous quality, so that it
will easily cruable out.
FZvua AN AGuz.-Thisdomplaint is quite
prevalent in the city.at.thistime. The Mexi
cans claim that they have a certain cure for
it. They take a ibUl big 'o salt and place
it directly at the-pit .of the -stomach. The
salt, after a day or two, turns perfectly yel
low, and the patient ia cuiid. Several white
persons have tried.it as.they-a'aure us, with
the same effect. w eed is certainly
simple enough and . . Times. -
',O.DZst&ot. ZBD5('Ies bass.-A solu
tion of..whals oilsoapgpay the numer
ous insects that iifeat trees and shrubbery at
this season of the year. Dissolve the soap
in warm waer,* making:-" suds" of medium
strength, and sprinkle the leaves with a sy-.
ringe. This specific is spre death to the cat
erpillar, miller, and thearmy of iavagers that
destroy the foliage. Ndw is thi time for its
application.--Newldrk - vening Past.
FLUS mN DoG.--The use; 9f arsenic, mer
curial ointment, &c., is effectual 'but danger
ous. A correspondent ..of th-alndon Field,
says: "I have trie .may .pimentsmy
self, and have found out one perfectly satis.
factory-as my groom informs me, to day, on
inquiry, there has never been a on the.
dog sino. It ' A yard dog, I Allude to. I
had a new wooden kennel made, and it tho
roughly painted with gas-tar, boiling hot, and
when well dried, placed the .dg -there with
out any bed I the consequence as,- the fleas
all left. The dog is now clean and healthy.
This took place early in-the spring."
,,T * HE Subseriber is
. offering for sale
PLANTATION in the
South Western part of Piekena District, eighteen
miles South of Walhalla.. and twenty uiles West
of Pendleton Village. This tract of land contains
One Thousand and Seventy-Six Acres,
of which about ninety-aive Acres are tich bottom
land in cultivation, about one hundred acres of
fresh up-land, and the cleared land on the place
amounts in the aggregate, to about four hundred
These lands being more than twenty miles South
of the first mountain ledge, cotton matures here
very well indeod.
All the improvements en this place are costly,
substantial, and recently made, rendering it one of
the mest desirable situatIons in the District.
The DWELLIN(I JHOURE is a new two-story
frame building with six fire places, and a number
of comfortable roms. The BARNS and STA
BLES are new and commodious. The WHEAT
THRASHER and COTTON GIN, both constructed
last year, are driven by wats7 power.
The SAW MILLS is In-good order with an
abundance of timber near at hand. All the prin
cipal machinery about the. CORN and FLO UR
INGl MILLS was put up last year by skilful work
men. These Mills comprise all the modern inm
prov-ements for cleansing Wheat thoroughly, and
for making the best "d rra-our'' of nice white
flour. The machinery of this Mill is propelled by
an over-shot wheel twenty-four feet in diameter
the water being abundant and nevcr-failing. S..
ciety in the vicinity is wealthy, intelligent and
gg For terms anid further particulars, apply to
the Proprietur on thes premises. Inquiries by let
ter will be answered with prEmptnew-i.
THOMAS R. 8HELOR.
Fair Play, 8. C., June 1, 189 6t 21
BAKER 0OUNTY LANDS
FOR SA.LE ON~ TIMEI
T lIE Subscriber of'ers foar sale
EIGHT or TEN PLANTA
'hONS, improved and unimnpreaved,
of the ibest quality, selected by bims
self. These tracts contain freon FIVE 1 UiNtlED
to. T HR EE TRLOUSAND) A CRES in a body, andI
are among the very best bodies of land in Baker
Reference-Capt. Roebt. Merriwether, Col. Jas.
C. Breoks. Mr. Allen B. Addiaan, and Dr. J. W.
Stiskes. President of Bank of llambnlurg.
gg Col. W. W. Cuxxvaa will show the above
Lands in my absence..
My address is Columbus, Un.
May 17 San1
TO COTTON PLANTERS,
T HUE subscriber is now Agent for the Sale of
00 OLEBY'S-GINS, one of the best Cotton Gin,.
ever introduced In the Southern Country. . I will
sell these Gins and deliver them at any Raeil Road
depot in the State as chesp ans any other Gin ot
the same merit can he sold feer. No Gin will be
considered sold unless it gives the moat perfect
Since the introduction of this Gin in my neigh
borhood no other Gin have been sald here.
Any one wishing to sec n of these supirior
Gins at work can do by visiting my plantation,
five miles East of Edgefieldl. C. II.
Address the subscriber at Edbgefied C. H., S. C.
JOHN A. A DDISON.
April 20, uf -15
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
W. M. HIGHT,
~ZGIET &s MACMURPI-rT
C ONTINUES the above business, in all its bran.
ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful fur orders for all kinds of'
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail l--ads, Bridges, and
MACHINERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept. 1, 1858 ly* .4
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!
N EA R G RA N ITE V IL LE, S. C.
R ESPECTIULLY annaun'-es to the citisons of
South Carolina, aod the Suth at large, that ho
Is now prepared'to flarnish.
OF UVERY STTLB AND QUAXJITY,
As well made, of as good material, anid on a' rea
sonable terms as can be found any where in the
W Persons destring farther information will.
please address us at Granaiteville, S. C.
Jan. 19, 1 859 tf 2
" Freight as Cheap as the Cheapest."
EU1E Excel Line having been thoroughly organ.
I.ised on the 20th April, P. L.,Wade, appointed
President, T. I. Johnson, Secretary, R. Johnson,
Agent at Savannah, and H. F. Russell,.Agent at
Augusta; the Steamer Escel will in future run in
connection with New York, Philadslphia, and Bal
timore Steamships at Savannah.sod .leorgia Rail
Road at Augusta, leaving Savannsk~ on Saturday
Evening,.and Augusta ont Wednesday Morning.
All Goods for Northern and European markets and
the Interior, should he addressed-to care of Agents
Excel Line at Savannah and Augusta.. Porward
in of course free.
th men sopehty cqealated with. the for.
wadiag ad shiping business, ifls needless to as
sre-thepublic hat lroptness will charseterise
E. 2. g't A as
Thankful for the Libern
received heretofore, a1
friends and a gen
INVITE A CLOSE COMPAR
WITH ANY IN
THEY ARE DETERMINED T(
AS LOW A SCA
SAsM ay euse theTrade,
OPEN ANIIR B8
So Popular with oTT Customer, and
A Strict Adh
As any other Hom
Or Goods Delivered, FREE OF CRA
Augusta, March 21,
CAM T 3L00 AND CUR TIE KIME
Iwalids, fathere, Mothers, Physeisme
Philamthreplets, read their Efibets)
and judge of their Virtues.
9OR THE CUR O
Headache, Sick HeadacheFonStomaCh.
Puafs3U~o PA., 'a 1, 1.
b. . C. Asa. Sir: Iha e ban rp mtdlycro.t
Swst h any body calk byda4 or two
the ueneat one.. If they will cure others as they do
meours with gt respect, ED. W. PREIL,
Cefrkof Renner aarion.
Bilious Disorders ad Liver Complatute.
pacteesn youn d thnem, and cano hae t
lty aanadmableremedy frdersgsnef that
sesuso obstinst that it did ndt isag~lae to thusn.
Dysentery, Relas, ad Worms.
*" As Tourill a**eprfeio.n mecn.
The have done my wife moegood than I can tell you
off to hedcoe t earxene butoohtter. She
aTe rdecured her adour two chlt
ofwoyyeoey Ono ou neghbors ad i l mad,tnd
era around us paid from five totwnydlas or
b'n'is, a mtie, i "ou b "nL're etil
good end honest, will be puedh. IFNItatr
Indigestion mutt Impurity ofT the Blood.
Fvom Rn..r 1v ma,'Piatr of Mvunt am.uec, Roman.
H.Arsa: I hae usdour Pil is th etrordiar
ndstess. Torglate the organa of digsstio and purl
bl0E4I can denryrecormenthemt my
Dan Sm: am usin yos Cathatil'tll In m y prac.
e and ui thman eucllnt purgative tocleanse the
JOHN 0. MEIACHANI, 7.. D.
Erysipelas, Scrof'ula, King's Evii, Tetter,
Prom eari" es" ha.t"0'. Lo, Rd,15.
gret n meicine. T e nscrdm little daughter
ofulerous sores upon he hands and feet that had provedl
in bctei wih bces an pimples onhe akin andi
Pilsd they have cure her ADS OROIDOE
1Rhenetismi, Neuralgia, and Gout.
tre a the Rev. Dr. Hawkrs, q the Mrs odlist 1Mis. Curch.
Roxonse shuldh unrteful for the rsef yur
Askill has brouht me if I did not repor my cas to yu
rw wos a wos,unti by th diceo your excel.
Their effects were slow, but sure. Bly persevering in the
use of thenm, I am no~w entirely well.
Da. Ae:I have bean entiey cured by you Pill of
hemaic (lout-a painful disease ta ad affliced use
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Com
plante, requiring an active purge, they are su excel
For Costiveness or Constipation, mutt as
a Dinnser Ill, they are agreeable anti effectual.
Fts, uPpreslo. Paraysis, Ihnia
ness, have been cured by the alterative action of these
thouh a valuabl redIn skiu hans i dangru
In a publcplfoth dreadful coneeces that fre
cury or mineral substance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CURE 0F
00UHS, COLDS, HOAIISENESS, INEPUe
ENZA, BIUONCBHTIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN
and er the relief of consumptive patients in advanced
saaes of the disese.
Throghu evr tw, and abnmostever halt lbs
"lit aved l's-ady know.''ay, e,"*re.the
ilqjuuunities any where which have not aong the
rone disae of the throaan lunge. While it is the
most powerflul atidote yet known to man for the formal.
"s',.ie d ag 'os" d "eassf-e loay org'., i
Inats and youn jwsoa arenta should
upnIsi ueared W have audat grus u o
umptn Itprevet tha ths it cures.Keitb
ane that flsend en the viasats yorlfway.
thyknow tooth beru of111 redy we sed aotd
nrehan to assr meam It iatil mad t estitmta
*PREPARED BY DR, L. C, ATER,
Prastisai and Analytisul1Chsimlst, Lowell, Xise.
.4 lI 30OD BY
. L. PENN and DR8. A. B. A T. J. TEAGUE,
EdgeAid C. N.; A. J. PELLETIERL A CO., llam
burg, and by all dealers In medicine. Wholesale
by IIAVILAND, CHICIIBBTER A CO., Augusta,
Georg a. 2
June 2 ly 2
make payment st an early date, and those having
demands aigainst said Eshta, will render them In
properly attested for payment.
B. M. TA LBERT, Adm'or.
ept. 29, 1858 12m 38
CANDEE & McEWEN,
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS.
-y -AVING this day formed a
J.Co-partnership will occupy
the .Room~s nut adjoining the
Pos Offee, and will give the STRICTEST AT-i
ENTION to all business entrusted to their care.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY'BADGES made to
~Pa tilartnttion will be pad to Watch
m..a.sso 415f53 na t I
l Patronage they have
b at the hands of their
r6us public, they
r solicit continued
) MERIT PUBLIC FAVOR BY
L-E OF PRICEA
ad by a contIaSSa @1 that
which has always- Chia-raterised our
wrence to our
ED TO BE AS LOW
se in the Market.
RCE, in the City and Hamburg. .4
REAS ONS WH
HE IOVER N AE
Is Univerealiy Preferred.
1ST. It is more simple and easier liept in order
.than any other machine.
-2nd. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravql,
if every third stitch is cut.
3rd. It sews from two ordinary spools, and tp
al-trouble of winding thread is avoided, while ti
samo machine can he adapted at pleasure, by~a
miere changi~e of apooi, to all varieties of work.
4tle. The same machine runs silk, linen thresil,
5th. The seam i n, a t e qu sthe mos e las e
fabric, so that it is free from all liability to break in
washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6. The stich made by this machine is more beab
tiful than any other made either by hand or urn
A new supply of these celebrated machines, of all
the leading pattern. ju.t received by
M. A. R ANSOM, Agt for the Manufae'rs,
Copy of a Letter from Hon. JAB. E.1rAMXONI.
Wasnesovox, Dee. 11, 1858.i
Smn: In reply to your letter asking my opiniono
GnoVER A LAKER'R Suwnea MACurwas, I tae
pleasure in saying that they have more than ab
swered my e'xpectations, after trying and retarning
I have three of them~ln operation on my difr t
places and after four years trial have no fault t
find. Yours, respectfully, J. II. HA MMONI .
To M. A. R Assou, Esq., Hamburg,8B. C.
Copy of Letter fronm JONATEAN N. XILN.
Brzxen IsJ.ANII,8. C., Dec. 18,1858.
M. A. R Asson-Jie'r .%r: In reply to yonr en
.uiry hoew I like the Ginuvvn A Jhxua Szw:|ro
MAwInIsr., I take pleasure in saying that after uslp
it four months it has given eittire satisfadtlon. t
is simple nind easy to understand, and has netver
been ont of order. My wife had no difficulty in
intrueing a servant .In the usc of It. I am fly
persuaded that no invention of the age is mqre
worthy the ittention of the public than that 'of
ewing Machines. Very respectfully, fours,
J70NATHIAN M. MILLER.
jpf- A redluction of one half the usual pricais
made to all ministers of the Gospel who have fti
lies. andi to all religious or charitable societie
where the machines are to be used for purposestof
Jmlurg, Dee. 29, 1858. tf 51
W. H, SALISBURY & Ce.,
No. 257 BROAD) STREET,
H OUSE FUR NISHING GO ODS;
PLAIN and PLANISNED
T IN W.ARE;.
FORM AND HIdif PMIPR
GALVANIZED IRON PPES;,
WOODanedWILLOW WARE, Ac., he.
EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND IN SUPERIOR MANNiit
We are constantly reeiving at hitions to our
And invite the attention of all In want of anything
in our Line.
WE KEEP ON HAND A 6000 ASSORTMENT OF '
Which we are prepared to putupatsbmort notie
FR TiIE SALE OP TIE WELLINOWN
MANUFACTURED IN THIS CITY,
TE BEST STOVE NOW IN XARXET.
II, H1,81iISEY & ti,
No. 3 DeKalb.Rangs,
March30 6m 12 Broadf-r., Augusta
Bagging, Kope & Twine.
~5-Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING;
ZOO Rtolls Ifeavy Patebed BAGGING;
100 Piecee " Dundee " .
350 Coils Machine and liand-unade ROPE;
50,000 Lbs. Tennessee BACON, Hground.
For iple low for cahyor o tiSile
-...a.. anessI 188 3.
FUW16ifsM rW -is now opening a LARGE
-1 and PRE-H supply of
G2dOCr.It IE S,
. Conuitngin part of
..1& , Ortished,- Powdered, and Granulated
SUGARS; - - - - -
RiouS Z..Dan a Qv OPPR;
J ,OViAW :aSnd SYRUP;
- ' Beklaki-Imperial TEA;
No.~1,2, 3 and Mess;
-0 8 ldeu'oriptloas;
YEAST POWDERS and..SODA;
Sperm and Adamantine CANDLES;
CANDIES and CONFECTIONERY;
Sodi k'B'ditr CRi CERS; -.
PICEISin!ii*1q1;a., j gaL and gallons;
Brandied and Presrret-FRUITS;
COMA P. THILLEk.&ei
T0 'i aniild' igrc n C '8UP8;
10 SarGlidsLbIMers, Salmon;
red. F G
A18~e' UUhA1Tif%$ON, PRUNE8;
Dried PIGS, DATES, GEriATINE;
LEM1.iS .an4ORAGEB-' ~
NUTS, AlmondsrPeean, Hael and Wallnots;
pra % i i .r ooa Dip
a idhay ught rm' the bet
In Philade a Al be sold at LOW
will domea especial
favor to pay the same forthwitl.
E. T.' DAVIS, Agent.
May 18 tf 19
THE ENING OP THES$
FROM THE FINT MUSLINS TO A
by b106a y
--pw Ni= 1i~i*i~dA W divedi
one yey or _ q.f1lfrdb"
The sa d a cU0tL efel Millinery
sold. a Tesie,~ l
here as .4 h 4e cies, or at the rip
E'tibs ne in New York, the freight only
Mr. GZO;. 8* 'McNEU;. 'su,, .ze ced.Mi
E02.8, McN -an exp'ee M
elifnist', wil' ttend tp se up and gvng i.
struetions on all ZI-bn'es sold.
.'1ZWIS JONES, Agent.
Machine Needles, Silk,. Thread, k., always on
hand at the Milliner.Shop,
Edgefield C.H.,.Apnil 1- tf 14,
* ONTOMERPS: -
Cealebrate. Deuable' Screh
F 3 SUBSCRIBER having 'mh edi '
a Right for-ti8-.a"-aeo t'e-io Pikte a
these justly oeelittqd bngfor.ea Wh
This PaO is superior tony thing of the kn now
in ue as the ainiber of premiums awara at
deret State pais will attest. It is a in
its -tructure, easily rigged, works well, aid when
out of order, can be aired b'an ordlainr e
chanie. It is adapted olint all klids of
grain.- or Arter vaiticulas - see. Hand ,Bill
whibh will be furnished-any oue d'esrlng such.
Cotton ins and Threshers
-*Also constantly on hand a supply of Cottqn
Gins- which I warrant to he equal t any inade. Al
so, aclot of Thresher, which arc -so extensively
known that I deem it unnecessary to sulogice them
Theso Macinesare all.'.iaaufietnied. jp his
p bskillfl workmen, and . of the vey'best.
.m ,r'and warrented:to .do what -is said for'
them. Any orders for either.: of the abovie .Ma
chine., addressed to the subscriber; or left with
my Travelling Agents, will he promptly attend.
ed to... .
For all Repairing and Job Work, the Cash will
Se required upon delivery. -.
Abbeville.0. 1.,- April 20, 3m 15
SUPERIOR TENNESSEE HAMS. dalliahd
examine them.E. M. PENN.
May 18 .a tf 19
State of South Carollia,
Thos. R. Rhodes, Adm'or Appl'nt. .
Wmn. N. Raines and wire Rebecea, ~.Partiftion.
and James K.. Arrington andj
wifo, Defendants. . J
B Y an order from the Ordinary,.I shall proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in July next, for Partition, all the Real
'Estate of Elisabeth Wolling, deceased,. consistihg
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 fifty (541) feet on Leavenworth Street, and ruin
ning bock two hundred (200) feet; bounded East
y Leavenworth Street, W~est by fraction of Lot
No. 2291, South by Bay Street, and North by Lot
Seodadthird, TWO WHARFS LOTS, Nos.
9 and 10, having two hundred (200) feet front on
Bay Street, and running back to Savannah River;
bounded North by Bay Street, East by Leaven
worth Street, West by fraction of Lot No. 228j,
and 86uth by Savannah River.
pm Tvsaxa-On a credit until the first of Octo
ber next, the purchasers to give -bond and good
seurities, and a Mortgage of the Lots to. the Or
dinary, to secure tho purchase money. -Cost to be
paid in cash, and also to pay for titles extra.
JAS. EIDSON, s.n.n.
May 31, 185 9 5t 21
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL DOWEL DISEASES,.
Ukholera, Uholera Jlforbus, DJyeentery, .Diarrhaa,
Bijlious Colic, Colic Insfastwm. Also,-Admira
bly adapted to mnany Diseases of Fenmale.,
. -.most cepecially Maxavauavroa.
T HE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL tre
too well known to requireencomlums.
1st. It cures the worst cases of Disrrhcea.
2nd. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery.
3rd. It cures California or Mexican Diarrhma.
4th. It relieves the severest Colic.
5th. It eures Cholera Morbue.
6th. It cures Cholera Infantum.
'Ith. It cures. painful Mmnstr'iation.
8th. It relieves Pain in the Jsick and-Loing.
9th. It contracts Nervousness and Despondency.
10th. It restores Irregularties..
11th. It dispels Gloomy and Ilysterical Peclings.
12th, It's an Admiraale Tonic.
A few Extracts from Letters, Testim aisle, &.
" I have used Jacob's Cordial-in iny family, ad
have foundit a most efficent; aid in my judgment,
a valuable remedy.
Hox. HIRAM WARNER,
Judge Supreme Court, Ga.'
"It give me pleasure in beingable'to recotn
mend Jacob's Cordial; my own personal expsreie
aid the esperience. of my neightiors and frie:lds
around -me, is a suffeient guarantee for me to iie
lieve it to be all that it purports to be, viz: A
.WM. H. UNDERWOOD..
Formerly JudgeSuperior CourCherokedCircuit?
"I take great pleasure in recommending this in
valuable medicine to all aHlqted with bowel dis
eases, for which I .believe it to be a sovereign
remedy-didedly superior to any thing else ever
tried by me
Deputy G.M.oftthe Grand L6dge ofGeorgh4."
"I~hare used Jacob's Cordis Lu iiy fa~inDl and
this writh all'I hear about it as a remedyi thse
who have 'tried It, Induces inc to believe tha it
staid. qtthe head of every prepareatiinof the kind,
and I would recommend its use in the diseases for
which Itis compounded.
MILES G. DOBElINi,
Cashier of Bk. of State of Georgia, Griffn."
"If there Is any credibility in human testimony,
Jacob's Cordial must stand pre-emisont above all
othes preparatioins for the cure of Bowel Diseases.
From the maass of testimony in Its favor coming In
from all giuarters, it ust be very far in advance, as
a cnrstiveagent, of moat if not all other patent pre
parations. A. PLEMING,
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Bk., Griffn."
" This effecent remedy is travellug into celebrity
as fastasBoniapartepushed his columns into Russia,
30LD I|Y DR (1U0I37S EV R YW7IER.
~Merhant. Druggists and Physicians sup
plied by J. ASHURST, Importer and Wholesale
Dealer, Charleston, S. C.
Sept.22, 1858. ly - - 37
O'P LANTERS-COTTON GINS of the
betqality, with 10 inch Saws, delivered at
any Rail Road landing in the State, at $2,00 per
Saw. For particulars address'
.3. N. -ELLIOT'.
. . de' Winnsboro, 8. a,
Having every facility, they are i
most reasonable term8 to CAsH.
Their Stock will always
In the.Trade, and by arrangen
them the SELEC
Amongi their DUEes Goons now on han
Robe .a 2 Jupe,
Robe a &3 V-lant,
With all the isual Goods fol Dresses.
LEANDER C. DEMING,
Augusta, Much 30.
IS NOW OPENING A NEW ST
Which will compare.favorable with ay
from time to tims
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROI
In this Department our Stock is Full and Ati
ID thi DeI
, INE TAFFETAS TISSUES,
LAWN8, ORGANDIES, &c.; B0
In the WHITE GOODS and
found IRISH LINENS,
E9N8, TABLE CLOT[
HOSIERY AND GLOVES, DRES TR
All of whieh he guirantees
Call and examnine for yfoursctee, before purn
GOODS NOT AS REPRESI
..MRS. HENEY WITH A LAE
AND IilLINERIY AB
May at all times be found in rear of the Sto
tention of thetadiea of Edgefield. Cal
of Goods.' Mrs. R. will ftake pleasuire I'
Augusta, April 11.
SPRING & SUll
J. A VAN
UNDER UNITED STATES]1
HAS NOW ON HAND
BLACK & COL
Drap D'Etes, Sj
WILL BE MADE
AND AS 0000 AS CAN BE 08TAINEI
A FINE f
. A LARGE AND
F mris bli:
ALL GOODS WILL BE SO]
Augusta, April 11,
TEBubscrlber respetuly017 his services
to the citisens of Edeodand Bamnwell In
the practice of the NEW ad USEFUL art of
thee h~sbtsof Ngeled and Barwan d i
pzs6tiV@nstru~ction or to subdue vicious
hoss fr hh desire it.
-Upon the forbnation of a Class of five or mnore in
ay neighborhood, he will, upon notification from
the partws ttend an place they myappoint,
~Address, at Beach Ibla Pos Of0ce
P. 5.-In connection with the above I have ont
hand LANIER'S PATENT BRIDLE, the right
to use which Is given to each scholar. A.W. A.
A 1 srnwell: Sentinel please coy for three
months, ad forward account to A. W.A. as above
UST received a iell assortment -af METAT4C
style Case, full1glass, ful satin liing, and extr
fin The etalicCes11 be slhe LOWi Fr
ctll to selon the aetius gi Thirty days
Aiso, MEhOGANY COFFINS at Augusta pri
ces. Common WOOh) COFFINS reade to suit the
order, both in quality ad ATToc & hUDSON
April 6 af 13
Light for Everybody!
NO~nstoe rge supply of KEROSENE
OIad arrangements made not to get
SAMPS of various and beautiful styles.
8WSold exclusively fo. T~h. J EGE
A...sae G.IT .?aGU
Aabled to ofer their Gooda on the
AND PRoMrT PAYING CUSTOMERS.
be replete with everything
ent, .every teaer will bring
SKIRTS , &Cs
, in SiIx, CorroN AND BAEE'foZJfbrgic
Robe a Mantflet,
196be a Tniqie.
All orders promptly attended to.
CMRu.LI B. DAY.
|2 Late dy..-'esby&Co.
00K OF STAPLE AND FANCY
ether.in the city, to which will be added,
during the season,
E, OR ARE PRODUCED AT HOME.
rective, containing Fancy SILKS Black GRO
BARAGES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS,
BES, of various and Fabrics.
LINEN DEPARTMEN will be
E RUSSIAN CRASH,
&c.; a Splendid assortment of
INSAND PARASOLS, SHIRTINGS
LLOON.STUFF, &o., &c.
to sell as Low as .tlre Lowest.
hiauing elsewehere. Onders carefully attended to
NTED MAY BE RETURNED.
GE AND SELECT STOCK OF
RS5, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
re, and to which she particularly invites the at
1 in- and-look at the latest Fashions and Styles
10TEL, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
L SPLENDID-8TOCK OF
O RE D CL OT HS,
ILLES VESTING 8,
l1endid Linens, &c.,
INW ANY PORtTION OF THE COUNTRY.
Y TO MY ORDER,
iELECT STOCK OF
Elig G Cm
D AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
3. A. VAN WINKLE.
TPATR0N8 ad RINDS tatw hae
bought out the Interest of Messrs. SIBLEY A
USHER, of this Town, and have removed to the
of ofo erly ocen edby them
generally for the liberal patronage alwsaya bestow~ed
upon us, ad will endeavor to continue to merit the
old Fried a Paton at ou ne locain they
wiaDd us fully supplied with the following ar
S8uat's A BCPowered and rushed SUAS8
ean an WestIaMOLASSES;
No. 1, 2, 3, KIts and Barres, MACKEREL;
Heavy Gunnay TWGINEG
08 ABUROS, STRIPS SIRTINGS;
BLETS and AHIE
BNe D.8HTS BOFASa LIQOTS,
Ohtcae, rdd ureni, G las a and tele
OtPBCCO, 8 iniovMder anerd Sices;br8
ery darge nr of eutrO for WIES and
Wue he ma d e rsum en ta w the p te
b u e ti l ue s h tinent toas l uete s the
IA iUR LA'ITRYDPA1E,
towill be toad keeptf un iabe o ek stb
lihd repuain fo deern thdIES n
brtd uifactorlee, viser
JACOW-CHICKRING, Dete. -.
LT# DAVIEB ACO'.
NUN*8 4 & QA&,Kew Yp*.
B EBTT - ; -
And'ci 6 N64yoi k MersWb In
struments eclus OD and as wb pay
no Store rat, no Ctera hire, no ytape we
able to ~k-At Jhe
Jew's H. toe Church
Than any Retail. Hous South of Eew ot
excepting Cliarle'ston nd AuA
!P Orders addressed to-iq A I or
Rome, Ga., will meet with p
in the art of TUNING and REPATRTW P
OS, and I emn conscientiously reeommfendl the In.
5trameats of thb40e
Stoiny matna a It
At all events, I elien~enge-ny-person .ho wants a
PIANO to try. of them si
Agsta,AprR 1859 . ,tf'.
f Mrends in Edgeld "i
would Inform thuf to keep
on hand a large, t-I.
-.PIANO -.PORTOS ..i's .
fren the celebi neoi Bamvdr~ ba
A Co., Easelton Brk. and A-'-Mow
York, for whoi ee '06"ds.
struments laying ales4y.wes. pe
lebrity, it is onlya fus that for
str th diher *lthptrw#
eEccwe a alsuge
competition. Persons asting a srior Piano
Forte, would'do taih bdettlln dseleet om
SIM~ WsQ P-2 - b b4ea i - wl.Ddjmr
choice, and have cftenlfoI
feror Instr'iiotsthan ones of
makers an b - - .. A
every respect, so the runs ne"rik at
ever. PerftMiiorh e f tdmr a. dIstanee ftom.s
can dpend ai00tp AE N
and such as .i n ecom nAnd warrant in
Is frigeei and theyg all
dow piees its they are publahi
GUITAR and VI$OW 5TRIEj#$
of the :the best.qualty always on.-kldrhey
would also caR attention toatheir larg-stodhaf
School ad JlseI~a q oqks
STATIONNY,. JJA R OS,. :,
and otheiitil. . Also,alswys on hand the larg
estAssortment in the Stats of.
GUITAR8, ACC6P)ONDE .dL&IY0 .
FLUTES t . ELUGEOI2 MO OBd 6
Ac., and every. articl.of Muial Merchandise.
Allof the aboieartelds soldat low pri for
CAS or Cityxceeptanoe'ski 2 .,
,GEO. A. OATEO &BROTZER,
- Bg0 ADi8T., Aueista,'Oa.,
[Between United Status and Globe Hotels.]
AprIl7, 18590, - tf 18.
WITT og HGIISaN,.
-HAVE OPENFD ..-A
- .Retwewn I P q=4 $$
WHERE WE HAVE ON ANS.A COMPLETE
BUREAUS, BUiAB WA IT0D,
-With-Marbletopu-single and double.
WASH STANDS OEVETEY-EEN
T A.253 8.. :
EXTENSIO~N TABLES,''PARLOR TABLES
with Slbs RADING and qURTE
-TABLSTOWEL AND. CLT1ES'
RACKS, BOOK AND COB2NER STANUS,
A Fine lot of Sofas, Ottomans, &ce
A choice lot of
3ED-RO0K PURNITUR, -
PARLOR, DINING -ROOM AND LIBRARY
CHAIRS, SUEL'8 OFFIC.E CHAIR, Stoal,
Cane and Mahogony ROpKING CHAIRIB,
Mises' Sitting and Rocking CHAIRS,
Child's Table CHAIRS Ac.
A L SO,
A LOT OF FANCY WORK'TABLES,
WORK BOXES, STO0OL. STANDS, P0R
TABLE DESKS, OFFICE DESKS, .Children's
BUREA US, CUBDARDS, SAFES,- BED-.
STEADS, CRADLES,- L00KING
.-Also, several excellent pieces of.
CA RPET TACKS AND~BINDING, RUGS AND
MATS, -WINDOW -CORNICE, SHADES,
. CORDS, TASSELS, CURTAIN PINS,
de., Ae., &c.
The above articles are all recently purchased
from th@o beqt.Houses in. New York, and will be
sold at low prices for cash.
AOAt thi old stand, we will continue'to'work
'to order, and-Repair old work entrusted to our
If you want tobmy call-andifoudonef,-eall
and we will take leasure in shoin yon.our
Stock. WITT &r HUSON.
April13 . . if - 14
LiGiTfor the SUPFERINGMHILlONS!
A enmlam IUR3 i EOOSVtrOr
And aU Lung Diseoa'--MottneofDr eatA-Dys
pepsia and J~susTPWorst cases of Group
an &c.,*&., *e.
Indami and other Extracts whieh are heeling
to the Lunge.drnk
'-One bote shoude arrsdbyeery.an,
isra or child trvlito mix with the water.
~Pite 030 Dliar Per'ottle.'m4
If It does not give satisfaction I will refhad the
money.-- - -
~For sale by 3. L. GENTRY;Agent, at Sib
sCorner, with Messrs. I. A N. 3. Solomon,
.of the above.VAj.ADLU EspmOhrr' ,
I am also alwaysb. market (at Bibey Cor.
ner,)for purehaing eotton,'and lilf'pay thhlgliest
market prce for One cottons.
Por te above medicine, apyto
-.R. L.GBTRY, Agent.
Hamnburg~yan.25,1869. 2 * 8
HI-AEGS-, 0,, May 1st, 3~
Cm. . Gdnt-det, I take getee
are In recommendg ".Ds. MartW.a's Rm.
d," as Ife ibl tdutIowe to mybkloiesato
tal where may he fud a feedoIrumyo
theils that-Seas seirto.- Nylu1pas -al
beeted ; and I also: lad, inecuneten lethj
dissi, one of the worst emais of Chronic y-.
tery, whleh oneBottle of the above MeiinI
twelve days, efectalyceeed. I-now feel as welb
as Iever dd lamylif.
.WV. y. 2E1N
IffBL A1OHE 0ERTil@ATE,
EDGEFI'ELD, C. H. S. C., .MAx 28th 1859.
CAm. 3. L. Gnunar..-It miords -nc'much
pleasure to recommend your -Da. -MARTINS
GREAT REXERY to the Public. litls ee of
best Remedies for Dynsy I-.harvqvr need In
doubl valab ma fami~ medicine. 7Nabny
should be without aBote
Uegang that your medicine may mnee grith the
success it aerits, I remain
DeuySheutf . D.
June 8 - 22.L