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H AVING located at that healthful and delight
ful watering place,
WI L .! M ST O N.,
Situated on the Greenvill and Columbia Rail
Road, will give his entire attention to the treat
Persons laboring under derangement of thle Ute
rus, Neuralgia, Chronie Rheumatism, Kidney Af
fections, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhea, Scrofula,
Indolent Ulcers, Dropsy, Scurvy of Gums, Piles,
&c., &c., i.ao respectfully solicited to give him a call.
Dr. C. does not propose to cure every case; but,
with the skill derived from a sercnteen years Pruc
tice, he flatters himself to be able to give general
satisfaction, knowing, as he does from experience,
that hundreds are dragging out a miserable exis
tence, whose condition iright be permanently re
lieved by judicious treatment.
Numerous certificates and references might be
given; but the subscriber regards as the best cer
tificate the speedy and effectual cure or-relief of
oach and every patient.
_0 All patients attended to at their rooms in
any part of the village.
WM. COLEMAN, M. D.
Suly 6, 1859 3m 26
OF AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
WOULD respectfully notify the people of
Edgefield District, that he is now offering
his Stock of
At prices that cannot fail to sell them. Wishing
to dispose of his Summer Stock, he will sell thea
without regard to cost, and he is satisfied if those
who want Goods will give him a call, he will be
able to please them with both Goods and prices.
Now is the time to buy cheap
Delay not, but call at once at the Granite Front
Store, No. 222, Broad Street.
Augusta, July , 1 59 3t 20
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
&41% r HIS. [OUSE is now opened
.1 for the reception of visitors to
U. ] the Mineral Springs. The building
is entirely new, finished and fur
nished in excellent style, and located at aconvenient
distance from the Spring. Visitors will find ample
and superior accommodations at this House, with
good order. The table will be supplied with the
best the market affords.
RATES oF BoAnt)-Per day Sl,25; per veek
$7,00; per month $25,00. Children and Servants
half price. R. R. IUDGINS.
June 8, 1859 3m 22
OLD POIXT COMFORT, VA.
T Is delightful seaboard resort,
situated in full view of Hlamp
ton Roads and the Chesapeake lay,
and at tLe site of the largr.st milita
ry post in the country (Fort Monroe)
will be opened on the 10th of June.
The old buildings in rear of the establishment
having bon replaced by new ones, visitors will
find enlarged accommodations and comfort. And
they will find here a delicious salt bath, and all
the luxuries of the salt water region, with every
attraction of a first-class watering place.
And hither the Southern geutlemm may come
with their colored domestics, without fear of Abo
Of the place the Hon. Dudley Mann has said:
" Old Point Comfort, you moy rely upon it, hoe all
the qusalitics to umkc it the Biarrit:. of the Unitcd
JOSEPH SEGAR, Propr;etor.
June S, 1S59 2m 22
SELLING OFF AT COST,
ON and after the first day of July next, I will
commence selling my large and well selected
STOCK OF DRLY GOODS,
at C'ost for~ CASH; or at seven per cent adrance
to prompt payers.
Now is the time for CHEAP and lasting Goods.
Come one, come all, and reap the benefit of the fall.
Shatterfield, June 29, 1859. tf 25
NEW SPRING GOODS !
T HE Subscribers are now receiving their newI
SPRING STOCK for 1859, which they are
VERY LOW FIGURES FOR CASH !
Knowing the CASH SYSTEM to be far the best
we intend to confine ourselves as near as possible
to the Cash basis. We cordially invite all Cash
customers to call and examine our Stock before
Our GOODS has been bought principally for
Cash, and selected with the G REATEST CARE
from first Class Houses in
New York, Baltimore and Charleston.
So give us a call whether you purchase or not.
Our Stock comprises every article usually kept
in a Village Store, consisting in part of Ladies'
-DRESS GOODS of every style and quality;
American and English PRINTS;
Scotch P'laid, American and French GING
BAREGES and TISSUES of every style ;
Bonnet RIBBONS of every hue and quality ;
DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety ;
Ladies' Extemnion HOOP SKIRTS;
Misses' " " "
To the h OSIERY, GLOVES and TRIMMINGS
generally we invite especial attention, as they
were purchased directly from Importers, and at
very low prices.
TO TILE GENTLmiv~EN,
We say walk in and cxa'mine our Stock of Gen
tlemen and Boys GOODIS, which were purchased
expressly for those who wish to buy low for Oush.
We wish to call your attention to -our large and
well selected stocks of CROCK ERLY, GLASS and
We call the attention of the Farmners to our Stock
of AXES, HOES, CHISELS. AUGURS, SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TRACE CHAINS; &c.
TO ONE AN'D A.LL.,
We wish to call youtr special attention to our large
and well selected stock of SHOES, emabracing ev
ery variety of style and quality, which we war
rant to give satisfaction.
We have a full and complete Stock of GROCE
RIES, consisting in part of
New Crop Wet India MOLASSES;
New Orleans SYRUP;
S UG ARS and COFFE E of every quality ;
RICE, PEPPER, ALLSPICE, GfINGER;
SODA, STA RCHI. SOAIPS of every quality ;
SEGA RS and TOBACCO of various brands.
pCome in and price if you do not wish to
buy, so that you can he well posted as regards
price and quality.
HUDSON & COGBURIN.
Edgefield Male Academy,
T HIE Spring and Summer ternm of the Edgefield
..Male Academy, closes on Friday the 1st July.
The exercises will be resumed on the 1st Monday
Tuition for the past term is now due, and the
patrons of the School are requested to pay to Mr.
FEnnRELL during the present week;j after this to
GEO. A. ADDISON, Sec. & Treas'r.
Junoe 29, 1859 3e25
ALL persons having demands against the Es
Atate of Amon Lindsey, de.'d., are requested
to present thenm to the undersigned duly attdated,
and they are requested to furuibgh the Executor
ivith a true copy of their respective claims, in or
der that ho may know how much of the property
it will be necessary to sell to pay the debts of said
Estate. And those indebted to said Estate arc re
quested to make immediate payment.
M. FRAZIER, Ex'or.
June 29, 1859. tf 25
A Rare Chance!
A NY Person or Persons wishing to enter the
MERCANTILE BUSINESS, may find a
rare opportunity by applying to the Subscriber,
whu, owing to'protracted illness, is desirous or
disposing of his ENTIRE STOCK IN TRADE
at the well known stand of Cot. M. FRAZIEn, de
idedly the best location in this Village.
Said Stock is composeed chiefly of STAPLE
DRY GOODS, SH[OES, HARDWARE and GRO
CERIES, most of them fresh and new, and will be
sold on accommodating terms. T- ROOT.
Edgefield C. HI., S. C., June 7, tf 22
Bacon and Lard !
JUST received another L ARGE and SUPERI
tOR Lot of Tennessee Bacon.
Also, three Barrels CHOICE LA RD.
W. H. HIARrISON, Agt.
fAGS, .AGS, RAGS-ThOse that have
clean washed all (hAetn or Linen Rags, can
get 3 cents per pound of
S. E. DOWERS, Ag't.
Bramsi&.Juln 0,.1859 tf 20
Under the Unit
A U Gr U s
In accordance with our cu
IN' ORDER TO EFFFCT AN
MAINING STOCK OF
BAREGE AND GRENADINE R
Gr eat e r 31
-y'Packages delivered in
burg free of charge.
Augusto, July 9,
SPEARS & HIGHT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
[)ENTAL AND SURGIICAL INSTRUMiENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICL.ES,
No. 310, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia.
April 11 ly 14
200,000 Lbs. Prime ShoulIders,
200,000 Lbs. Ribbed and Clear Sides,
Which we offer to Planters at
REMARKABLY LOW FIGURES!
;r-Please call and examine.
THIOS. P. STOVALL & Co.,
25 Droad Street,
Augusta, June 21, 1m 24
THE subscriber takes this method of returning
his thank, to his friends for their liberal sup
port during the peast year, atnd respetfully informs
them and the publie generally, that he still con
tinues his FAMILY GRtOCERY, andl will al
ways kcep on hand a COMPL ET E ST OCK of
verything in the Grocery line, to, which he invites
the attention of the trading public. Jlis terms arec
reasonable, as he ia conv-inced that "a unible
l'ny is becter than a sloiw ShIlling!."
Also on hand, a large stock of 30 0 TS A ND
S HOE S, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859. 1y 52
10,000 Lbs. Bacon.
AT LOW FIGURES, FORL CASH.
IIUDSON & COGBURIN.
Jne tf 22
N OTICE...-Those wishing SCIINAPPS for
Medicinal use can get them, pure, and of our
wr5 importation, and with a gnaranteec attachecd.
S. E. BOWERS; Agt.
Unmhure May 6, tf 17
Rivals hip !
T hER E appeared in a recent,.
issue of the Abbevillo Ban
ner, a short article with caption
" Championship," over the sg
nature of J. W. Joes, contain
ing a banter to Mr. B'Rnsoso of Geoargia, to-mneet
him within ten miles of Lisbon, Ga., on either side
of the Savannah River, with three hounds, &c.,
&c., with a closing remark, that I bad .eent him
my dog LIBERTY, but that he did not prove a
match for three of his. I had thought that no dog
in South Carolina could beat LIBERTY for speed
r bottomn, espaesially the former. I am very anx
ins t.4 run three that I have against the three
that Mr. JoNEs names in his article. Pet LIBER
FY with my pack, and I have no fear that Capt.
Joes' dog or dogs can near keep a pace with him,
much less beat him. I will meet Capt. JoSs at
any time and any place, and prove what I strongly
assert. WILLIAM E. CLARK.
Coleman's N Roads, June S, 1859 3tsm 22
LIGHiTfor the SUFFERING M~ILLI0NS!
A CERTAN CURE FOR CONSUTTION
And allt Lunav, Discuc-Skortnen, of J|rcuth-Dy;s
P'DIa).it(if un&1itrii- -lo.eL .coscs of LU,n
T IIS medicine is p)urely vegetable, being cow.
po.<ed entirely of best Rtye Spirits and West
laia tGums, and other Extracts which are healing
t the Lungs.
pi-- It is a most pleasant drink.
pj- One boittle should be carried by every man,
woman or child traveling to mix with the water.
pi1-1rie Oneo Dollar Per Bottle.-Si
If it does niot give satisfaction I will refund the
pa-Foar sale lay it. L. G EN TRY, Agent, at Si1b
ley'i' Corner, with Mesers. II. & N. E. Solomnor,
where I always will be fainda with a large supply
,f tbe above V.~its:in. re:-rv. Also,
I am also always in the ma~rket (at Sibley's Cor
ner.) for paurchasing cotton, and will pay the highest
market lance for line ciittons.
For the above medicine, apply to
R. L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan. 25, 1S59. ]y 3
DE. CULLEN'S REMtEDY.
For Rhecumati~im, Neuralgia, Pain in the Jaw,
sick Head Ache, (if nervous) andl in fact for all
nervous pains, it is invaluable ; try it, all you un
fortunate nervous lain sutferers. If it stop sick
Head Ache in twenty minutes, do not be alarmed.
Price, $2 per Uottle. For sale by
Hlamburg, S. C., July 13, 1359 if 2'7
STEAM MILL NOTICE.
A FTER this date GRAIN many be ground or
ANY' DAY at my Mills.
The Mills will b~e in eh'arge of Mr. Rtonan1
HawKs, an ol and experienes a millor, who wil
endeavor to give satisfaction to all customers.
R. T. MIMS.
J..o 10, 185 Rt f 25
ed States Hotel,
T A, GA.
itom we will commence our
ENTIRE SALE OF OUR RE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
i, WE HAVE
ElIT F allET
IS DIRECTED TO OUR
3BES, MUSLIN ROBES, &C.,
shre is still
.e dU.O t icOna
my part of the City and Ham
EDOGEFIE LD, C. H., July, 1 1S59.
(NKEIR.l L O jDlEIl, N.
T lIE following Regimecnts of Infantry will pa
rade fur Review ad Drill, at such times and
plbaces as herein directed:
The 111th1 Regimnent of Infantry will parade at
lichardlson's on ThursdaLy, the 2Sthl of Junly.
The 7th Regiment of Infanttry will parade at
the Old Wells, on Saturday, the 30th of July.
The ltih Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Mrs. Brunsoin's, on Tuesday, the 2d of August
The 8th Regiment of infantry will parade at
Morrow's, on Saturday, the 0th of August next.
Thec 6th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Lomax's, on Tuesday the 9th of August next.
The oficers and non-commissioned officers will
assemble on the day before the Review of their
respective Regiments, for drill and instruction.
Volunteer companies, will .be inspected, and
the books of Beat companies examined.
By ordcr of WV. C. MOR AGNE,
H1. W. ADDISON, Brig. Major.
July 0, 5t . 26
gg Abbeville papers will please copy.
10TH RtEGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Srus CaEEKC, June 25, 1859.
IN prsnace o anorder from Brig. Gen. W. C.
MOR GN E anElection will be held on Frida.y
the 22d July next, at the various Beat Company
precinets, in the upper Battalion, 10th Regimecnt,
S. C. M., fir MA JORI of said Battalion, to jill the
vacancy therein existing.
By order of A. B. DEAN,
Col. 10th Regt. S. C. M.
WV. A. EUTr~aD, Adj't.
July 0 3t 26
10 T1H REGIMENT, S. C. M. 1
SLEEPY CREEK, July 1, 1S59. j
ORDE RS, NO. 2.
TIIE 10th Regiment, S. C. M., are hereby in
structed to be and appear at Richardlson's on
Thurday, the 28th July inst., armed and equipped
s the law directs, forDrill and Inspection.
The Officers and non-Commissioned Officers will
assenble the day previous for drill and instructioin.
The Ladies and citizens generally arc cordially
invited to attend.
T1.e Edgefleld Brass Band are expected.
By order of A. 13. DEAN,
Col. 10th Regiment, S. C. M.
W. A. RurTLAsN, Adj't.
July 0, 1S59 4lt 20
At the General Musters at Richardson's for the
last few years, the disorder about liy House has
been so great, arisinlg from the great quantity of
spirits deposited and drank in the House, that I
am forced to request all Candidates, Omeiers and
other persons not to deposit or bring any more in
the House hereafter ;-and if this request is not
granted, I shall be compelled to decline accommo
dating the public on these occasions.
JAS. M. RICHARDSON.
July Ii, 1S59 4t 26
Brought to Jail
O'F this District, on 2nd inst., a negro man who
Jsays that his name is MADItiON, and that
he belongs to one Henry Lowe, of Harris County,
Georgia. He further says that he was sold by one
Dr. Nott of Sp'artanburg District, S. C., to the
above named Lowe, some timo in the latter part
of last year.
Madison is O feet high, copper compilexion, sparc
built, ereighs about 150 pounds, and looks to he
about -10 or 415 years of age.
The owner is requested to come farwvard, prove
proerty, pay charges, and take him away, other
wise he will he dealt with as the law directs.
T. H. CLA RK, J. E. D.
July 4, tf 20
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDINAR Y,
B Y W. F. DURIISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgo
Whereas, Allen Kemp hath applied to me for
Lettrs of Administration, on all and singular the
goods and chattles, rights and credits of Wilson
Yemp late of the District afuosaid, deceased.
These ale, therefore, to cite andt~ admlonish all
and singular, the kindred and credit ors or the said
deceased, to be andi appeiar biefre me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the sail District, to be holden
at Edgefield Court Ilouse, on the 14th day of
July. inst., to show cause, if ally, why the said
adinisrat ion should not lbe granted.*
tiven undlier moy hand and sel thlis 5th
day of July, in thle year of our Lord one thous
and eighlt htundredl and lirty-ninec, anld in the eighty
fourth year of American Indepenldenee.
W. F. DURLISOE, 0. E. D.
July 6 2t 20
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
W. M.iEHIGH T,
HIGHT & MfMURPHY~
C1ONTINUES the above business, in all its bran
ehes, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thank ful for orders for all kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTIGS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Uridges, and
MACHINERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augmt. SentL 11858 Iye 3M
LEWIS COVAR, 11I. DOULWARE,
WM. QUATTLEUIUM, LEWIS JONES,
. For Clerk
JAMES SPANN, I F. M. NICHOLAS,
S. IIARiRISON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAR,
For Tax Collector.
STARLINGi TURNER, TIIEOPHILUS DEAN
M. W. LYLES, CIIARLES CARTER,
C. A. HORN, CHAS. M. MAY,'
JOHN C. LOVELESS, T. J. WHITAKER,
J. P. ABNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
J. L. ADDISON,
Attorney at Law & Solicitor in Equity,
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
May 11 tf is
T IE undersigned have this day formed a Part
norship for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LANDRUM
Mr. MooRE will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly transact all business
loft in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
Elgefield C. IT., Jan. 13. tf 2
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
B EG leave to inform their friends that they have
associated themselves in the practice of Medi
cinu in its different branches, as well as continue
their copartnership in the sale of Drugs, &c.
One or both may always bhe found at their Store,
at any hour of the day or night. The patients of
one will be the patients of both, and will be at
tended by either or both without additional Charge.
A. G. TEAGUE,
T. J. TEAGUE.
April 19th, 1859 tf 15
:D E 1% T I1 S T a YT .
D R. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Office Tormerly
occupied by 0. D. Tillman, Esq., and
will be sure to be there during Sala-day week.
March 2, 1859 ff 8
RU8,0 C1HINA, PAI ,T 0118,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, &C.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
T AKE pleasure in announcing to their friends
and the public generally that they have just
received a large accession of PURE and FRESH
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. &C.,
To their already extensivo Stoek, vi.,bracing the
most valuabli)VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, as well
as the Drug in its crude state.
All Tinctures, Essences, Powders,
Prepared with care and in strict accordance with
the best and latest Pharmaceqpias.
Instriuments, Surgical and Dental.
HOSPITAL AND CHAIR CUSIIIONS,
HOT WATER ]JAIS, &c.
BRACES AND TRUSSES
Of various patterns, common and very flue.
PIIYSICIANS' OFFICE FURNITUitE.
Glass Specie Jars;
Tinet. Stands, nll sizes;
Medical Saddle Bags;
Pocket Medicine Caser;
Funnels, every kind;
Graduate Measures ;
Scnles andi Weighit;
Mortairs, every kind;
Sptatlars, Pill Tfyles, &c., &c.
All of the miost Reputable NostriumIs,
Strengthening Plasters, Pain Extrac:tors, Eradica
tors and Alleviators.
PAIN TS, OILS AND VARNISIIES,
A full and comidete stock.
WINDOW AND COACII GLASS,
Various sizes and cut to ay size and sh apae desired.
1,000 P'OUNJ.JS PUTTY,
Fresh fronm the manuufacrtury.
A well selected and varied assortowntof the itEST
PERFIUMIERY, e:nbraci; lubin's Genutitne, andut
Wright & Edireb i's dleservedly avon!::r ]Jhthekr
hief Evctracts-Musk, supertine Urain asnd Ex
tract-Otto of Rose-Coh.:pnc, Ae.
Pomoatums a great variety;'
hair Oils, DJresaers ;
Rcstoratives, Dye-, nd Dipilatories ;
Cosmetics. Soaps, and a great variety of artices
A complete arsortmeunt of Culinary ExIracts, toi
gether with a large supply of1 AIlihe, i':1,per,
Ginger, Nutmeg, Macu, Clove.', Tumerie, .v
Colgate's Turpentine, White, Casteel and. Toilet
Castoel SOAP, white and commun.
A splendid assortment of Unir, Tooth, Nail,
Flesh, Paint, Varnish, Marking, Whlitcwash, Crumb
COMDS, a fine andI~ varied collection.
Embrneing Co:?im.mn. Fine and' Superfine ::ie,
Cap andi Letter PA Pi;
EnVelupes, Steel i'ens :an. Pen-ile
INKS, aL lun~c slock of thte very ]UEST -. i;eri
or for making records;
Violin und Guitar STR TNGS:
Water Co.lored PA [NTS in boxes;
Pink S-meers. Thermomueters, &.:
S11OE BL ACKING, a slondid article.
Fine Ligouirs for Medc~icinlal Uses,
A supply on hand of Fine BRANDY. WINES,
GIN, and some rure unad,terated WHIISKEY,
six years old, for Medicinal purposes.
TOBACCO, SEGARSJ, SNUFF, &o.
H~aving been uninterr optedily engaged in the
Drug business, in this place, fur 10I years, with
their exporientoe in the practice of Medicine in
this climate fosr near 25 years, tbey have necessa
rily learned the wnts of this section. And hav
ing made the nogmdintaneo andi obtained the ceonl.
dece of the most reliabjle Importing Drug Ihouses,
they buy from first hands; and their Stock bas
been carefully selected and bought by one of the
irm, who has just returned from the best Northern
markets, with reference to the purity of the article,
in preference to the price..
Anti they are-happy to say, that they can sutpply
Physicians, Merchants and Planters and all othere
with GENU1NE DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.,
on as good terms as they can be suppliod in any
other Southern market.
A.G k T I. J.T'EAGUE.
Edg.elt, S. C., Ma~y 1.1 tf P19
TO COTTON PL AT'TERS,
T IE subscriber is noW Agent fur the Sale of
OGLELUY'S GJINS, one of the best Cotton Gins
ver intruoduced in tha. Southecrn Country. I will
sell these Gins andl deliver themo at anuy liail Road
depot in the State as cheap as any other (hz of
the sanme merit can be sold fotr. No Ihin will be
considered sold unless it gives the must perfect
Since thu introduction of this Gin in tny neigh.
bohood no other Gin have ieen sold here.
Any one wishing to see one of these supirior
Gins at work cn do by visaitina my plantation,
five miles East of -Edgetieldl, C. II.
Address the subscriber at Edlgelield C. II., S. C.
JOliN A. ADDISON.
A pril 20, tf 15
"Freight as Cheap as thme Cheapest."
T liE Excel Line having been thoroughly orgn
ized on the tlth April, P. L. Wade, ahpointed
President, T. If. Johnson, Secretary, P.. Jlohnson,
Agnt at Savannah, and H. F. Rtusseli, Agent at
Augusta; the Steamter Excel will in future run in
connection with New York, Philadelphia, al flal
timore Steamnships at Stavannah and Georgia Rail
Rund at Augusta, leavin~g Savannah on Saturdamy
Evening, and Augusta on Wedneusday Morning.
All Goods for Northern andt Europlean markets and
the interior, should be addressed to care of Agents
Excel Line at Savannah and Augusta. Forward
ag of coturse free.
With tmen so perfectly acquaintedl with the for
waring and shipping business, it is needless to as
sre the p~ublic that probmptness will characterise
all operations of this Company.
Rt. JOHNSON. Ag't Savannah.
HI. F. RUSSELL, Ag't Augusta.
May 11, 1859 3m 18
S AVE YOUR RAGS !--Wtted at this Of
fice 10,000U lbs. CLEAN Linen and Cotton
July ., llS'Jo f 2
WOOD, EDDY & COS.
SUE N V il 1EP 10TEIES
Chartercd by the State or' Georgia.
Capital Prize, $50,000 !
T.EC'EE. f3 OJP1TAr'a-a' $'I.
WOOD, EDDY & CO., IANAGkES,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
T TIE following Scheme will bie drawn by WooD
Elom- & co Man-ers of the 1 1P A It T A
ACADEMY Li'TTERY. in each of their Sin~Ih
Numnbur Lotteries fur .lulv. 18.! a1 A UG USTAj
Goorgin. in publie, under the superintend enco of
Class 27 Drws Saturday, July 2, 1859.
Class 28 Draws Saturday, July 9. 1859.
Class 29 Draws Saturday, July 16, 1859.
Class 30 Draws Saturday, July 23, 1859.
Class 31 Draws Saturday, July 30, 1859.
On the Plan of Single NumberS,
G ,413 3EPLIXMS!
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS
MAGNIF1ICliN'' SChEME !
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JULY!
1 Prize of . $50,0 1 Pri00 of. $1,non
1 "A. .. 20,00 . .00 ..
1 " ...... . 10,000
Prizes (if c4400 A pr itg .. P rize .. ..$1,50
4 "i o*1)J 110 " ""liw *1 " 1.2(0
4 " . . . 2 2 5 . . . . . 5 r
4 " 21 ' 4. .... ..... 4 0
4 99 69 101) " .... . i .. 1 - 0
5000 20 ar....................... 1001000
51 " rizes ao. tin. to ............ ..2. .0 0
WHOLE TICKETS Al 0; 1 ALVES. .15; QUARTERIS $2
W'1temeoibcr that er&ry Prize inl tke olio,;e
Scheme is draimt mid pay~able inl fol ioithout dc.
CEIA.IFICATES OF PACKAGES will be aid at th
foliwing ras, which Is the Pek:
Crtiatof Pckage of 10 olo Tickets,. . 1S0
4 0 lf ..", .. ".. 40
4 " t 10 Quarter .... 20
91000 10 Eghtb 2 .. ........ 10
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CILASS, No. 405,
Draws Wcdiisdny, J ii I y 27th, 1859,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
75 Numbcrs-12 Drawn Ballots.
NEARILY 1 PRIZE TO JirmY 2 TICKAETS!
I (Graud Prize el $138,001) !
1 Prize ofr Sl;I -000 .1 lrime of $6,000 !
I P.ri.- or j 111111)1 G Prizes oft 4,f11111!
I Przeo 0J,000~ t; Prizes of 2,100!
4-C., & &C., & Q.
27,814 Prizes Am untiin to $513,190.
WHOLE TICKETS $10; IALVES $5: QUAR $21
1IN ORDER INO TI CKETS 1' . CEl-11IFICATIES. en
clowi. tile rnnii(y to our addressi for file T1ickets orereid,
oil recuipt ofu lijeb they will be fiarwirted Ity firsit mil.
rcemenes c era t have Ticket endizg in th figure loey
iny isl roinl ne. d
The Liet of DIrawn Nuers nd AA riEs will be ot to
urllse imitillets y ,w i er ith e drawing.
ur "li r will 0lQas ua write their " .......re . .in, and
All prz.. (or 5) sp i nil un~der. pamid inumc~liately after
flle lrawiii~c-cilier jiri?.i-snt [he 11s11: Iiniv of thirIy dtaysi.
"mrlE To Col1 EigshoNDltT".-Ti.... .I... ire
rer nwmfliiihig iiiiiey3 by umil. run 1lei EAIJAMNs
1.XIU.ES CL iMPAS, w Neb ioiey ir Tckt . I
siras of Tedn eillIrs. amy Ip~imr 5, caJi y teii A" 0185
7t5,K AND EXENbE, frii awny Baity s.iw wiero
they have nofSi c. The mii-io l Pi lrier mu , o
PiioCzei If a , !ivertilnent P os t Samrdi f ivel
ope." or the Expires Cornipeny camiio receive iliim.
All cOR, i150Tli cKi TS115 trivly colltiltiaT.
Addres ordens four Tice- r CurlillteTs Io
n i ol' , EhD Y i CO., Agusl rst ai.
%or, W%,00), EIMDY J. COi., Ailnilat. (Ia.
or, W OOia, EikY & Co., Wilmington, Del.
m it if 25
TheY~ List lian Number nizes il besn t
purcasr innditl aterU tha draw in oe h
Pur ctswl nso rite thirl sgue innt fSP I' and
givMer GOOD Oin Chunt aind, to baefudini
Allc . Crizef,0 am Trader aid Mimeiatl afT;
tietfdnwimtle p:riiFt ts im of tiry dy.ri1
OT!:E T;:Ok COriw~t'.roNDENT.-'i'ho who .Xre
for:mn nol ding eba cAn SeTE.iAM
EiN:lzEs n l'ArnY, wherbmney fS r. Tiell~i
~is' ofTnilStas, ad upwid, ennp beN enI TOlM
LIiw' AN) isEN1EaE froimi rn citr iLtowh
t ey S ha e m-n r aiet. iie tne aii olr mstb
et~nciosd in a. "N tioveinetl't OIlAT-ew styesnv
AlIIcolnma itn atblly edifi~miy ential
Addrs Orders fur Taicety anr Ceilyo ato~,i
u Wqali inth00, r t El il li., A iriusin O.t
Auo, WarchD, E tfO & . Ini.U.
or, WOD, EUC & CIU., WAimngo, Dl
Jun 20 d t~ if 25t;j..:~ ~
STMS CFW : r~ube \
Junonic Iful Bulig
MAbeCNE an GENraStLe MleNUATS;N
WM.e E!::kIN , UrwPn ivrwornctrTS
Pan 01 TOL and P ATTELeafinAThe
fo allodr fij iold' Faney, JilTs, Gina vacrIng,
SLaias, k Straw, an Shndl aChieNNI-:T.
Poders, Sanr Mis Legotnd 1'eSetllirUL ,
aSh:ar t.i0 -nPlsze *.o,1alirad lu
uneuae Tin thiork. l et, any tpiceui can,
butas oeratiWoco. ly Clnd ec
Augustat, Aril 22,18tf y 1
Wtate aof So lu-' Charina
ExAr of ImNo, ]hl't, do miU J f. , . .)
BG VRtlUE of E rYu ade yCllPTllrGJhn
stun a0il .\ ahv '.te s, Not! C ice3 i-l.iteh
Jpatvn.m17. slefr 1 in yOfc, no e
L. HOKINA. Cs,~US Prorctors,
SOPFETOndAPA T R Snte
Wonty E ae nw ineadyr an LlRG bSSt-aku
Consishting Puverfty, CioorntkinPrlo and flaoxs
styles in flaor. In hact, any nrew kin neve,
Alas o rod A darect fFAC US
J.enei E.lrsl foM~lAU.HYlltigC, Supc.
Auta, Arils ar aeclrsl sb10159of 1
tte ofs liisi e ork, (Caro instlina,
Lenr aldiontGsA Amfll dtionrPt1 ayn i
quanite abvPartited cs, Noies.erb
jieno al : tfsnulr 22 rdtrso ao
U.T~ Smtoed, topresen and provo0] theGir fr
spective emnds bprie yome eey 0i, otn or
fori pay fort anirlry otbnet Wn ain all biiein
ancldedfo ultie enefitay po te odecetiinorer of
CAND FED oEWN
J. KAUFF R.
le xy IM M Mi X L. OcO ]D C e
11i01 NEff 10Y11 toi.
The undersigned, being desirous to make room for Fall and Winter GOODS, and not tC
carry any Summer Stock over for next year, has
above Goods to such Remarkably Low Prices, not considering a SMALL LOSS,
taL lill certainly elfect an
ENTIRE CLEARING OUT.!
Out of the mniiy artiks reduced, I would only
mecntionJ. a I w, as
SUMlE R SILKS, good quality, 20 per cent. Cheaper than before;
Foul02rd SILKS, at 50 cent., formerly sold at 75 cents;
Silk LAWNS, at 50 " " " at 75 cents;
Foulard ROBES, at $7 00, " " at $12 00;
LAWNS, at 6.1. cents, formerly sold at 12 cents;
LAWNS, at 10 cents, formerly sold at 181 cents;
Snperfine LA WNS, at 12. cents, formerly sold at 25 cents ;
Real:- rench LAWNS and ORGANDIES, at 25 cents, formerly eold at 50 cents;
Real French Chintz Colored ORGANDIES, at 121 ets., formerly sold at 25 cents;
Lawn ROBES, at $1 50, former!y sold at $3;
Lawn ROBES Double Skirts, at $3 and $4, formerly sold at $5 and $6;
PINE APPLE CLOTH, at 181 cents, formerly sold at 871 cents;
PINE APPLE ROBES, at 82, formerly sold at $5;
Figured BAREGES, at 25 cents, formerly sold at 60 cents;
Barege ROBES, at $3 and $4, formerly sold at $5 and $6;
Bare-, ROBES, Double Skirts, at $7 and $8, formerly sold at $12 and $15 ;
Bavadere DUCAL, at 12A eents, formerly sold at 25 cents;
BairegeI DELAINE, at 124 cents, 1ibrnerly sold at 25 cents.
MANTILLAS, at .7 00, formerly sold at $12 00
46 64" 50, 46 ad " 10 00
0 " I 00, " ". " 9 00
AND ALL THE LOWER PRICED ONES IN PROPORTiON.
Pantaloon Stuffs reduced 20 per cent, &c.
Ladies' Extenasion HIOP SKIRTS, 15 Springs, at $100; a very fine Linen Cambric
1ANDKERCUIT, at St 50 per dozen, worth $3 00 ; Hemstitched HAND.
KERCHIEFS, at $2 50 per dozen, a New Lot of those SWISS
BANDS, at 25 cents, worth 75 cents and $1 00.
Ladic:; will fnud it to their advantapge to make an early call, as Goods
will be sold FAIL BELOW THEIR VALUE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
Under Augusta Hotel, Augusta, Ga,
June 29, 18t 'it) if 25
M. J. JONES, M. D.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, KEDICINES, &C..
NO. 1'71 NORTHi SIDE BROAD STREET,
Augusta Hotel Block, Augusta, Georgia.
Having purchased the Stock in trade of Mr. T. P. FOGARITY, and taken the above well
mown staund, (recently occnpied by him,) the udrsigned can offer, with confidence, to his
riends and the publie~. both otf the city and country, his Stock, as being of that extent, va
riety, and quality, entitling him to a liberal share of patronaogo.
Thie additions mnakingt. and thoseto be contilned, wilt f->rw a complete assortmen?t in thme
Wholesale and Retai Line, cousistuig of
DRUGS. MEDICINE, CHIEICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISH~E3, DYE S3TUF,
F LUI DS,
WINDOW AND OTHER~ GLASS,
DENT'AL A N I) 8 U RI C A L INSTRUMENTS,
PEFUMERY A tFA'NY ARTWLEU.
ALL WARRANTED OF THlE BEST AND PURtEST QU.ALITY,
AND OFFEliED AT WHOLESALE AND PETAIL A.T REASONABLE PRICES.
The persota:l attention of the proprietor, with the ail of skillful and experienced assist
m,,s whieb has been procured., enables him to ofifer t) Phmysicimans and Fanmilies the opper
ais~t o ota; ning Prescrip1tiis necording to ordler, prepared with the otmost care, and in
hif: line heN s.licits matroar-. -.
le will al.im esmatintie the~ Practi c of h is P rof'eme~'n to such of ... friynds. nnd the puhlie,
ma-,-:m Ih-.or himu with, calls, widehnar m 'ie nn::' ut::. thre Dru:rr St re du~rinaue the dayr, aind till 9
e'lock, P. M .l;:.. nir thmat houer, at ti.& at his rocais, United1 States I otel.
BEORGI A SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
FOR JU.FYIG TElE liLOOD AN~D DISEASES oF THE LIVER.
CXPVmC.-It contains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alcoholie extract Gf
oe's lDelighlt. White Ash, Grey Beard, or Fringe-tree Chionanathus, Tincture of May Appk.,
If tie e I r and Blood are kept in a healthy condition hy the use of this Ci~mpound Sar
aparilla, it will prove a great pares lyi-e of sickness, and a great saving of expense of
eC~i Cenapl)aints.--For F1 is, it is excellent in diseases arising froma general
Debility or a torpid state of the Liver, 'ts occasional adds a bloommng vg~or to the com-.
lexin. In Lucorrheca or Whites, it ha -na tried and found a useful and invaluablo rem
edy. It cheeks morbific secretonas--remo. he.m cause of disease by cleanm/ng the Blood of
its ipurities and ncts as a tunie to the sys
For' Ci Ilre.--Tld is the biest mtedin.i that can be givena, especially to thoec im a
deilitated state of health, or troub~led with wornms. A few doses given to P. child when it first
appears unwell has a powerful cifeet Iin preventing disease. It causes increa~sed secretion
and passage of thea bile, purifies and iunvigorntes the system, and revents the accumulation
of wormis, by kee-ping thea child healthy. Its ctfcct in proventaig iseases of children makces
it a valuable FA MI LY MEDICiNE.
Fr sale by Dong:;ts generally. Price il per B~ottle.
DR, DENNIS' STIMULATING OR HOT BITTERS,
[%)R Dr.SPEPS'IIA I T WILL PR~OVEJ AN INVALUABILE REMEDY.
If food causes ;ain in the .Stomnach atdose taken inmmediately aiftermneals, or as soon as the
mneasy sensation is experienced, will relieve the pain and assist digestion. They are also an
p~rtant remedy fur Females in complaints arising from colds.
Dr'. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
FOR RHIEUMATIC PAINS PAINFUL INFrIAMMATORY SWELLINGS,
SPRAINS, SWELLED) BREAST, PAIN IN TUE BACK OR A COLD
SENSATION IN THE1' BACK, SORE THROAT, TOOTIHACBE, &c.
A 1EDICINE MORgE VALUABLE THAN GOLD To THlE FARMER
For Spasms, Cramp Colic, Spasmodic Chlolera or Inflama
tion of the Bowels, Lock Jaw, Chills, or for all sudden
and dangerous attaoks of disease in wvhich imme
diate action is necessary.
By diluting it with Syrup or sweetened water it omny be made useful in a great variety of
iseas of a mnild natre, as in Colds, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pain in the Stomach or-for
iooses, Mules, &c., this Tincture rarely fails to cure even the worst cases of
Colic. In Wounds, Bruises, Cuts, G alls, Sores, &c., it prevents inflammation, and causes
the sores to heal. NO JPLANTERI SROULD BE~ WITILOUT IT.
~All the, bove Medicines arc for sale in this Village by Drs. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE
NEW SITING & DER GODS!
E. PENN, Agent,
H AS juet received al offers for sale, a most
l;EAtlTIFUL, LARGE AND DESIRABLE
Stock of Spring and Summer
1ii: Goods4 have been eclected with great caro
In Ihe New York, Philadelphin, Baltimore and
Charlesrton Ma'ets; and will be sold at prices
that will not fail to give entire satisfaction.
April 1 3 if 14
T lE subseriber has just opened an entire NEW
STOCK of Goods at his Old S.and, (the Bi-cek
Stora,) which he invites all to call and examine
His stock embraces every variety of
For Ladies' Wear !
Among them will be 'und Plain Black and Fan
Organdie and Jaconct MUSLINS, now stylos and
Byadere Double Skirt and Side Stripe BE
English and American 1RINTS;
BRILLIANTES and GINGHAMS;
Plain, Swiss and Jaconct MUSLINS;
Plain Striped and Checked Nainsook and Mull
Summer SlIAWLS and MANTILLAS;
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS for Men, Boys,
Ladies and Misces.
Bleached and Unbleached SHIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SEETINGS;
LINENS and MA IISEILLES for Men and Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICKINGS.
HARIARE AND MIY,
With every variety usually keptin aDry Goods
7 Please call and examine my Goods and
Prices before trading elsewhere.'
B. C. BRYAN.
Mar. 30. tf ' 12
JUST IN SEASON.
WE desire to call the attentioa of the Ladies
to our LARGE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL
Silks, Bareges, Tissues and
Just in time for the season. They arc pretty and
cheap. But dont take our word for it, come and
Several merchants of acknowledged taste have
pronounced them to be in quality, style'and price,
superior to similar goods purchased within the
last few weeks.
Ladies, give us a call before making your Spring
purchases. Wo can and will offer you INDUO2
MENTS TO BUY.
g. JIMMIE will be pleased to show you tle
many pretty things we have left, whether you
wish to buy or not.
BLAND & BUTLER.
April 20,1859 tf 15
TIE Undersigned, having foined a Partner
Lship, would respectfully invite attention to
their LARGE and VARIED Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.,
Which they are now receiving at the Store Room
lately occupied by Messrs. LAND & BUTLER.
Their Stock embraces a variety of
LADIES DRESS' GOODS,
A vari3t of (loods for
MEN AND) BOYS WEAR.
A vericty of Ladies and Misses
IHeeled Gaiters, Bootees and Slippers.
A variety of Men and Boys
HATS AN?D .SHOES.
.A lot of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE & JEWELRY.
All of which the trading public will do well to
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
They have engaged the services of Mr. Wazoar,
and will do their utmost to please every customer.
L EWIS COLEMAN,
HI. R1. DEAN.
A pril 57 tf 16
25828 PRIZES 1
FiF'TY THlOUSAND~ TICKETS.
MORE TIIAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
Whole Tickets 810, Halves 85, Quarters 82,50.
GE0ll01A SilfE 10f H,
For the benenit of tihe
Monticella Union Academy,
AnIthori~wl by Speccal Act of thc Legislature.
iM'KIJNNEY & CO., !lanagers,
CAPITAL PRIZE $80,000.
To BE DRAWN*
EACH SA TUR DAY IN JUNE, 1859.
In the Oity of savanah, Georgia.
Class 22, to be Dra.Wn Jknfe ,1859.
Class 23, to be Drawn June i, "
Class 24, to be Drawn June 18, "
Class 25i, to be Drah'wn June 25, "
1 Prize of $i60,itui........0.6,
1 " 2,(0i.......20,000
1 " 1(0i..........0,0
1 " 5.000)i.........,0
1 " 4,001i...........,0
1 " 3,o00i........- ,0
1 " 2,0(00i.........,0
" , i s...........................21,00
1 " 12........................ 65,000
2 ' . .........................00
10 " 1,50 are....................71,500
1 a 1,1to a'.....................10,100
59rze f ,0 -ar......................,5000
10 " 5 are...................,500
2 P "zso 00 Are........................ or800
2 " 200 are.................. 600
2. " 'IJO 0 ar.................. 400
50 8 " 4,000.............. 7,50
100 6 0 lw300 4r............... 00
100 5 0 95 ~ St.............. 4,00
d " 140 " " 21,500 " 30
d0 " 120 " " 100 " 8,00
25,000 S 2 ,0 000
282 1'io amoutin to.4,000.."$8,40
6 t t0 1 00 "l 80
8 0 " 1" Qa00e 4 4015
8 o " "150 "ihh t 8250
ODRN TI ESORCERTIFICATES, 'eA~swl esoda h
forlleown rit which they illho rar
byrtficto ofil Pucaes can 1Whave Tickets,$ndi0
inayf"r the may dEigt y5
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent tor purchasers immediately after the drawing.
All communientilios amrictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to bre directedl to
McK(INNEY & Co.,
June 1, 1859 ly 21
State of South Carolina,
William P. Butler, ei. a?.)
Guy Broadwvater, Adm'or of J. rBl o A'* c
Henry Chmristian, deceased. J
Y vir tue of anorder malo by Chancellor John
Bston in the ab~ove statedl ease, Notice is hereby.
given to all and singular, the ceditors of-the said
J. Henry Christian, deceased, to present end grove
their respective demands before me in my Oflice,
on or before tihe first day of October next, on pain
of being precluded from the benefit of the deere
tals order of Court.
A. SIMKINS, c.E.E.D.
Commissioner's Office, Junie 14, 1859 3m 24
F OR SALE...Seven thousand very choice
white yak SPOKES, two years old, from the*
Savannah River Swamp. They will be sold in
lots to suit any purchaser. Address
Huxgna.C.JUano 29.1859 . t j