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111. IHIHAM QEfIIA
AVING locatel at that healthful and delight
W fl-watering place,
W IL L I A M S T 't0 ,
Situated on the Greenville and Colutnbia Rail
Road,. will give his entire attention to the treat
Frsons laboring under derangement of the Ute
g.., Neuralgia, Chronic Rheumatism, Kidney Af
fections, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhma, Scrofula,
Indolent Ulcers, Dropsy; Scurvy of Gums, Piles,
,c., &c., are respectfully solicited to give him a call.
Dr. C. does not propose to cure every case ; but,
with the skill derived from a eecatecn years Prac
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 might 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 effectial cure or relief of
each and every patient.
'p- All patients attended to at their rooms in
any part of the village.
WM. COLEMAN, M. D.
Suly 6, 1859 3m . 26
OF AUGtJSTA, GEORGIA,
WTOULD respectfully notify the people of
oEdgeeld District, that he is now offering
his Stock of
At prices that cannot fail to sell thezn. Wishing
to dispose of his Summer Stock, he will sell them
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
Dlay not, but call at once at the Granite Front
Store, No 222, Broad Street.
Augusta, July 0, 1859 3t 26
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
THIS HOUSE is now opened
U. for the reception of visitors to
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 or BoARD-Per day $1,25; per week
$7,00 ; per month $25,00. Children and Servants
half price. R. R. HUDGINS.
June 8, 1859 3m 22
OLD POINT COXFORT, VA.
HIS delightful seaboard resort,
situated in full view of Hamp
ton Roads and the Chesapeake Bay.
and at the site of the largest 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 been- 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 gentlemen may come
with their colored domestics, without fear of Abo
Of the place the Hon. Dudley Mann has said:
"Old Point Comfort, you may rely upon it, has ul.
the qualities to make it the liiarritz of the Usited
JOSEPH SEGAR, Proprietor.
June 8, 1859 2m 22
SPRING AND SUMMER,
MILLERt & WARR1EN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL,
W E return our thanks to our friends generally
for their liberal patronage, and respectfully
:zolicit a continuance. We have received an unu
sual large supply of r'pring and Summer GOODS.
comprising an -ondlest vcariety of new and hand
some DRESS GOODS, which we will' take great
pleasure in exhibiting to our friends and custo
mers. All we ask is for them to give us acall,
and we will show them something in the way of
Rich Silk and Grenadine ROBES A'LES;
Grenadine ROBES A' 2 JUPES:
Organdle and Jaconet ROBES PRINCESSE ;
English and D'Angletere BAREGES, new styles;
PINE kPPLE CLOTH, a new article;
Solid Color Bayadere BAREGES ;
Plain and Fancy Colored SILKS;
Black Rips and Bayadere SILKS ;
A new and heautiful article'of Silk MUSLIN ;
Mourning BAREGES and GRENADINES;
Plain and Striped Black Twisted SILK ;
Rich French and Chantilly MANTILLAS;
Plain Silk and Barege"
Barege and French Lace SHAWLS;
Vals Lace COLLARS amd SLEEVES;
Embr'd Sfwiss """
Marseilles " " "
Fancy CASSIMERES and CLOTHS:
Plain and Fancy Linen DRILLS;
Domestic GINGHAMS, DENIMS and COT
OSNABUROS and Factory STRIPES;
Marlboro' PLAIDS and STRIPES;
Schley's Negro PLAINS, -and wool filling ;
Together with every article usually kept in our
Augusta, April 5, 159 3m 13
NEW SPRING GOODS !
T HIE Subscribers are now reteiving their new
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 GREATEST 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 Plaid, American and French GING
BAREGES and TISSUES of every style;
Bonnet RIBBONS of every hue and quality ;
DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety ;
Ladies' Extension HOOP SKIR TS;
Misses' " " "
To the HOSIERY, GLOVES nnd TRIMMINGS
generally we invite especial attention, as they
were purchased directly from Importers, and at
very low prices..
TO WHE GENTLEMEN,
We say walk in and examine our Stock of Gen
tleen and Buys GOODS, which were purchased
expressly for those who wish to buy low for Cash.
We wish to call your attenktion to our large and
well selected stocks of CROCKERY, GLASS and
We call-the attention of the Farmers to our Stock
of AXES,JHOES,CHISELSAIUGURS, SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TR ACE CHAINS, &c.
TO ONE AND A.LL
We wish to call your special attention to our large
and well selected stock of SHOES, embracing ev
ery variety of style and quality, which we war
rant to give satisfaction.
Wehave a full and complete Stock of G ROCE
RIES, consisting in part o'f
NeV Crop West India MOLASSES;
New Orleans SYRUP ;
SUGARS and CQT'FEE of every quality ;
RICSg SEP~t ALLSPICE, GINGER ;
S'DA ST'AftOH, SQAp.S of every quality ;
SEGARS and TQBACQ0 of various bgauds.
g-om ia and price if you do not wish to
buy, so ' q eau........well posted as regards
cr~e an , quabl itg g OpBURN.
Good thinigs yet in Store!.
? RSONS wishing PINS APPLE, CIISSE
and GOSHEN BUTTE R,fresh gud new from
e Dairy, arriyipg by every Steauter froq13ew
York to tUharleston, 5. 0., can obtain them by
callr on S. E. BOWERS, Ag't.
Hamburg, July 6, 185i9 tf 26
OTC .-A persons indebted to the Es
N .tate of Dr. G. C. Cunningham. dee'd., will
please come forward and make immediate pay
et; and all having claims against said Estate
wolprsnt them proparhy ate e
EmebsieJn311th, 18S9 1723
Under the Unite
AU G U S
In accordance with our cust
IN ORDER TO EFFFCT AN
MAINING STOCK OF S
SPECIAL ATTENTION I
BAREGE AND GRENADINE RD
On which ti
Gr :r e a 4e r .Et.
grFPackages delivered in a:
burg free of charge.
Augusta, July 9,
SPEARS & HIGHT,!
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES,
OPPOSITE PLANTERS' HOTEL,
ho. 310, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia..
A pril 11ii 14
200,000 Lbs. Prime Shoulders,
200.000 Lbs. Ribbed and Clear Sides,
-Which we offer to Planters at
REMARKABLY LOW FIGURES!
pe-hPleasu call and examine.
THOS. P. STOVALL & CO.,
285 Broad Street,
Augusta. June 21, 1m 24
31HE subscriber takes this method of returning
..his thanks to his friends for their liberal sup
,ort during the past year, and-respectfully informs
hem and the public generally, that he still con
tinues his FAMILY GROCERY, and will al
iays keepi on hand a COMPLETE STOCK of
.verything in the Grocery line, to which be invites
the attention of the'trading pubilic. His terms aro
reasonable, as he is convinced that "a nblek
Penny: in ilter than o Sinn Shilling."
Also on hand, a large stock of BOO T S A ND
S HOE S, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 159. ly 52
10,000 Lbs. Bacon.
AT LOW FIGURES, FOR CASH.
JIUDSON & COGBURN.
JuneS -tf 22
N OTICE.--Those wishing SCHNAPPS for
Medicinal use can get them, pure, and of our
,wn importation, and with a aranite vaChd.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hambturg May 6, tf 17
LIGHlTfor the SUFFERING MILLIONS!
A CEETAN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
Ad all Lung Dieam.-Shorness of Breath-Dys~,
pepeia uad Dyeetery- li'oret caste of (Jroup~
and CJhe'olic, &c., &tc., &c.
irS medicine is purely vegetable, being com
1posed entirely of best Rye Spirits and West
Ludia Gums, and other Extrats which are healing
to the Lunags.
*pas It is a most pleasant drink.
pe One bottle should be carried by every man,
wtaan or child traveling to mix with the water.
pii-Price One Dollar Per Bottle.-64
if it does not give satisfaction I will refuiid the
moey For sale by R. L. GENT RY, Agent, at Sib.
ha's Corner, with Messrs. 11. A N. E. Solomon,
where I always will be found with n large supply
,f the above V.trxtsBLE PnorERY. Also,
I am also always in the market (at Sibley's Cor
ner,) for purchasing cotton, and will pay the highest
market price for fine cottons.
For the above medicine, apply to
Rt. L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamiburg, Jan. 25, 1859. ly 3
DR. OULLEN'S REXIEDY.
For hehumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in the Jaw.
sick Headl Ache, (if nervoius) and in fact for aill
nervous pain~s, it is invaluable ; try it, all you un
fIrtunate nervouis pain sufferers. If~ it stop sick
Head Ache in twenty minutes, doa not-h'e alarmed.
Price, $2 per liottle. For sale by
R. L. GENTRY, Ag't.
Hlambunrg, S. C., July 13, 1859 tf 27
STEAM MILL. NOTICE
AFT ER this dlate G RAIN may be ground on
ANY DAY at my Mills.
The Mills will bee in charge of Mr. ROannT
Hwas, atn olbi and experienced miller, who will
on.deavoer to give satisfaction to all customers.
R. T. MIMS.
June 19, 1859 tf 25
State of South Carolina,
JY W. F. DURIsQE, Esq., 0.rdinary of Edge.
hbereas, Deney C. Buaseny, bath applied to me
for Letters of 4ministration, with the will an
nexed, on all and singular, the goods and ehat
tIes, rights and credits of George S3ussey, late of
he District aforesai4, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admoni'sh all
an4 singpha.y, the kindred and creditors of the said
deeaspd, to bee and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden
at Edgefield C. H., on the 21st day of .July inst.,
to show cause, if ry, why the said administration
should.not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 12th day of
.uly, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-nine, and in the 84th year of
-American Independence. -
W. F. DURISOE, o.s.n.
d States Hotel,
T A, GA .
;om we will commence our
O UT SA LE,
ENTIRE SALE OF OUR RE.
PRING AND SUMMER
S DIRECTED TO OUR
BES, MUSLIN ROBES, &C,
iere is still
edC1..io ticO T!
ay part of' the City and Ham
ED)CEFIELD, C. H., July, 1-1859.
G ENERlA L OltDE1R3, NO.
r IE fullowing Regiments of Infantry will pa.
radle for Review and Drill, at such times and
nnes as here directed :
The 10th Regiment of Infantry wvill parade at
Richardson's on Thursday, the 2Sth of July.
The 7th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
'le Old WVells, on Saturday, the 30th of July.
The 9th liegiment of Infantry will parade at
~Irs. Bruson's, on Tuesday, the 2d of August
The 8th Regiment of infantry will parade at
Morrow's, on Saturdany, the 6th of Augu- next.
The dthy Regiment of Tnfantry will parade at
ma',on Tuesday the 9th of August next.
The officers and non-commissioned officers wi'.
ssemble on the day before the Review of their
espective Regiments, for drill and instruotion.
Volunteer companies, will be inspected, and
he books of Beat companies examined.
By order of W. C. MOR AGNE,
H. W. ADDJso!s, Brig. Major.
Jutly 8, 5t 26
gg Abbeville papers will please copy.
10 TH R EGIMENT, S. C. M.,
S LE EP Y CREEK, June 25, 1859.
OJRD E IS, KO. 1
IN pursuanee of an order from Brig. Gen. WY. C.
SMOR AGNE, an Election will be held on Friday
:e 22d July nexit, at the various Beat Company
ireeinets, in the upper Battalion, 10th Regiment,
. C. M., for MAJOR of said Battalion, to fill the
enceancy therein existing.
By order ofA. B. DEAN,
Col. 10th Regt. S. C. M.
W. A. RUTLAxb, Adj't.
JTuly 8 3t 28
1%TH REGIMENT, S. C. M. 1
SLEEPY CREEK, July 1, 1859. j
ORDERS, NO. 2.
rIIE 10th Rtegiment, S. C. M., are hereby in
structed to be and appear at Richardson's on
L'bursday, the 28th July inst., armed and equipped
as the law directs, for Drill and Inspection.
The Officers and non-Commissioned Officers will
tssemble the day previous for drill and instruction.
The Ladies and citizens generally are cordially
nvited to attend.
The Edgefield Brass Band are expected.
By order of A. B. DEAN,
Col. 10th Regiment, S. C. M.
W. A. R UTLAND, Adj't.
July 6, 1859 4t 26
At the General Musters at Richardson's for the
ast few years, the disorder about my House has
>een so great, arising from the great quantity of~
Ipirits deposited and drank in the House, that 1
im forced to request all Candidates, Officers and
>th.'r persons not to deposit or bring any more in
he House hereafter ;-and if this request Is not
tranted, I shall be compelled to decline accommo
lating the public on theso occasions.
JAS. M. RICHARDSON.
July 8, 1859 4t 25
List of' Letters
REMAINING in the Post Office for the quar-.
ter ending the 30th June, 1859. Personsz
isllmg for letters in this list, will please ay ad
A-A. W. Aebill, 2, A. B. Addison, G.W, Asbili.
B-Mrs. E. A. Bower, Miss A. Bouknight, B.
'. Boatwright, Miss E. Burton, W. G. Butler,
siiss F. Body, B. B. Burton, B. Bryant, J. A. Blake,
N. M. Branan, 2, Miss P. Bowles, Miss A. Dowles,
C-Miss S. Clark, Mrs. A. Corley, Max Crane,
I. Cook, McG. Caldwell, Di. T. Clyer, Dr. H. R.
ook, WV. Crawford, Mrs. N. Coleman.
D-Miss E. Davis, Miss R. Davis, G. Dawrcn,
WV. Dozen, W. W. David, 2, Miss M. Dearinig.
P, 0, H-H. Feaster, J. Graham, T. G. Gelo
nan., J. S. Hughes, - Hamilton, Miss S. Hol
oway, J. Hubson, Mrs. A. H. Hunter, E. H. Hay,
I, Miss J. C. Holloway, Miss P. Holsonbake.
J, K--N. HI. Jones, 2, H. J. Jones, Miss E.
ing, J. H. Knox, 2, Thos. Key, 4.
L-W. B. Loyd, 3, W. H. Legg, J. M. Lewis,
R. L. H. Lofton, 3, 0. M. Licene. Dr. G. M. Lewis
.* 0. Leitner, R. (I. Lamar.
N-P. MeCartoy, Mrs. N. Miles, 4, Miss M. J.
durrah, A. M. DeMonthurry, Miss C. Mitchel,
70.4. McClenton, Win. Moley, Miss M. McManus,
5rs. L. C. Mynare. J. H. Morris.
N, 0, P--J. J. Norton. 2, N. Ouzts, It. Patter
on, D r. .1. IR. Pollard, W. S. Palmer, B. C. Pres
ly. Pastor of Red Oak Grove.
R-S. lRadfo'rd, 0. M. Roper. A. C. Robertson,
A. Roundtree, 2, 13. Roper, RL. D. Roper, B. Dos
S-Mrs. MJ. Siwearengin, T. .Sta&nls, S. Stevens,I
.. Swearengin, J. Swindle, 2. T. M. Smith, J. J.
SmIth, 2, L. Salter, Miss A. Sego, Mrs. J. Stone.|
T, W-P. Thurzmond, ZMiss E. Thaoms, Miss A.
Turner, W. W~hite, 2, S. Wells, 2, D. J. W~illiamis,
C. Wn rren, Miss H. Whitlock. Col. R. L. Wash,
. Wells, Mrs. E. 1Yells, R. M. NYnlinee, T. .1
Whittaker. A. RAMSEY, P. M.
July 12 - 2t 27
LL persons having demand.s agaitnst the Es.
Atate of Amen LIndsey, dee'd., are requested
to j~resent them to the undersigned duly attested,
and~ they are requested. to furnish the Executor
with a true copy of their respective claims, in or
der that he may know how mauch of the property
it will he neceessary to sell to pay the debts of said
Estate. And those indebted to said Estate are re.
quested to make immediate payment.
M. FRAZtkR, Ez'or.
...n 29, me. trf2
LEWIS COVAR. 11. BOULWARE,
WM. QUATTLEBUM, LEWIS JONES,
JAMES SPANN, ~ F. M. NICHOLAS,
S. HARRISON, | ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, I JACKSON COVAR,
For Tax Collector.
STARLING TURNER, I THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
CHAS. . 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 0. H., S. C.
May 11 tf 18
rHE undersigned have this day formed a Part
.Lnership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LANDRUM
Mr. MooRn will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly transact all business
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
Edgefield C: H., Jan. 13. tf 2
1VIE1DIC AL CA.RJD
DRS. A. G. & T.' . TEAGUE,
B EG leave to inform their friends that they have
associated themselves in the practice of Medi
cino in its different branches, as well as continue
their copartnership in the sale of Drugs, Ac.
One or both may always be 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, 1869 tf 16
- ID E 1T T IS T - "
D R. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Omce formerly
.cupied by G. D. Tillman, Esq., and
will be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
March 2, 1859 tf 8
G8, CUEA, PAINTS, 011S,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, -&C,
At Wholesale and Retail,
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
T IKE pleasure in announcing to their friends
and the public generally that they have juso
:ceived a large accession of PURE and FRESH
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &C.t
o their already extensive Stock, -..:racing the
niost valuable.VEGETABLE EXTR.CTS, as well
u the Drug in its crude state.
All Tinctures, Essences, Powders,
repnred with care and in strict accordance with
the best and latest Pharmacmpias.
Instruments, Surgical and Denials
IOSPITAL AND CHAIR CUSHIONS,
HOT WATEfR BAGS, &c.
BRACES AND TRUSSES
Of various patterns, common and very fOne.
PHYSICIANS.' OFFICE FURNITURE.
Glass Specie Jars;
Tinct. Standi, all sizes;
Medical Saddle Bags;
Pocket Medicine Cases;
Funnels, every kind;
Graduate Measures ;
Scales and Weights;
Mortars, every kind ;
Spatuiars, Pill Tyles, &c., &c.
illeof the most Repmtable Nostrumis.
trengthening Plasters, Pain Extractors, Eradica
tors and Alleviators.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
A full and complete stook.
WINDOW AND COACH GLASS,
r'arious sizes and out to any size and shape desired.
1,000 POUNDS PUT TY,
Fresh from the mnnfactury.
L well selected and varied assortmnt of the IlES'I
ERFUMERY, embracing Luhin's Genuine, and
Wright A Edrehi's deservedly poipular Hlandker
chief Extracts-Musk, superfine Grain anal Ex-.
rat-Otto of Rose-Colognce, &c*.
Pomuatumns a great variety;
H~air Oils, Dressers;
Reutrative', Dyes and Duipitatories:
Josmetics, Soap.s, anid a great variety of nrticles
A coniplete asortment. nt Culinary Extra'ts, to
tether withs a large supply of Allspice, Peupper,
inger, Nutmeg, Mace, Cloves, Tuumrie, A.
Colgate's Turpentine, White, Casteel and Toilet
Casteel SOAP, white and commton.
A splendid assortment of Hair, Tooth, Nail.
E'esh, Paint, Varnish, Marking, Whitewaeh, Crumb
ad Shoe BRUSHES;
COMDS, a fine and varied collection..
mbracing Common. Fine andl Superfine Note,
ap and Letter P'APE R ;
Envelopes, Steel Penct and Pneils:
INKS, a large ,tock of the very llEST-superi
ir fr making records;
Violin and Guitar STR INGS;
Water Colored PA INTS in boxes ;
Pink Saucers, The.rmmtncters, &n.
SHOE BL ACKING, a splendid article.
Fine Liqours for Medicinal Uses,
supply on hand of Finc BRANDY, WINES.
N, and somte pure unadulterated WHISKEY,
ix years old, for Me.dicinal purposes.
TOBACCO, SEGARS, SNUFF, &c.
Having been uninterruptcdly engaged in the
rug business, in this place, ihsr 10 years, with
heir experience in thu practice <.f Medicine in
his limate for near 25 years, they have necessa
ily learned the wants of this section. And hanv.
ng made the aequainct.ance and obtained the confi.
ence of the tnost reliable Imnporting Drug Houses,
hey buy from first hands; andl their Stock has
een carefully selected and bought by .one of the
Irm, who bas just returned from the heat Northera
narkets, with reference to the purity of the article,
n p reference to the price.
And they are happy to say, that they can supply
Physicians. Merebants and Planters andl all others
rith GENUIINE DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.,
n na good terms as they can ho supplied in any
ither Southern market.
A. G.& T.J3.TEAGUE'.
Ed efiebal, S. C.. Si v IS tf - 1
tate of Southi Carolina,
'len Franklin and wife Mar.-l
henjamin Barton and wife Ie-.
hala, and others, Def't.
Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
Bto sell at Edgefieldl Court h ouse on the first
ionday in August next, for Partition, the Real
Etate of Obedience Holley, deceased, a tract or
arcel of lanad, lying andi beiang in the District and
state aforesaid, containing one hundred and sii
en Ares, mitre or lesse, and adjoining lends of
William IHightower, Estate of~ Mrs. Hightower,
Joseph Rambo andl others.
TERtMS-On a credit. until the first day of Janu.
try next. The purchaser to give bond and securi
ry, and a mortgage to the Ordinary to secure the
purchase znoney. Cost to be paid in cash, and to
pay for titles extra.
JAS. EIDSON, s,EJ..
July 9, 1859 St 27'
B Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Ficri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. HI., on the first Monday and Tuesday in
August ne.t, the following property in the follow.
g case, viz:
Josiab Sibley vs Jonathan W1ever; Hammond A
[Lrk, and other plaintjIa severally vs the same,
A Tract of land containing four hundred acrais,
sore or less, adjoining landis ofJames Swearengin,
Sr., Benjamin hlettis and G. MeD. Wever.
JA MES EIDSON s.L..
July 9 1859 te 27.
WOR1K WANTED.--The Subscriber wish
es to obtain employment, either at Ditch
lag or Brick-Making. Jh oEIT
JJly2 N MoEVTT
WOOD, EDDY.& CO'S,
SING1 NH UI RLTERIES!
Chartered by the State of Georgia.
Capital Prize, $50,000 1
".PC2E2Th OJ~raT $102.
WOOD, EDDY.& CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
IT E following Scheme will be drawn by Woon,
EDDY & Co., Managers of the S P A R T A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for July, 1859, at AUGUSTA,
Georgin, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 27 Drtws Saturday, July 2, 1859.
Class 28 Draws Saturday, July 9, 1869.
Class 29 Draws Saturday, July 16,1859.
Class 80 Draws. Saturday, July 23,1859.
Class 31 Draws Saturday, July 30, 1859.
On the Plan of Single Numbers,
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS
TO BE DRAW '
EACH SATURDAY IN JULY !
I Prize or .........$50,00 1 Prize or.
1 " ..... 20,Uti ..... 5
I 4.....10,0(00) .. ...400
S .. .0 16 Przeo ........14,.
1 " ~ 5 "... )" ....... 50
1 5,0110 100 "1 ........... 8(NI
1 4,000 103 "1 ........... 1541
1 " ........ ,0(0 1100 " ... ....... 100
4 Prizes of $400 Approx'at'g to 350,000 Prize are 31,600
4 " " 800 " .. 20,000 " " 1,200
4 " i 250 " 10,000 "" 1.00
4 " " 225 ". " F,0A0 " - 900
4 " " 20i " " 4.00) " " 800
4 "s " 1B " ", 8,00) "s "t 600
4 " " 103 " " 1,50) " " 400
5000 " " 20 aro........................... 100,000
5,485 Prizes amounting to.........S320,000
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALTES $5; QUARTERS $2
87nmem~ber that every Prhie in the above
Scheme it drawn and payable in full without de.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
following rates, which Is the risk:
Certlficate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets,.........$80
", is 10 I1alf . " ..... 4u
4 10 Quarter " ..... 20
"t " 10 Eighth '..... 10
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CLASS, No. 405,
Draws Wednesday, J u I y 2Tth, 1859,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
75 Numbers-12 Drawn- Ballots.
NEARLY,1 PRIZE TO' EVERY 2 TICKETS!
I Grand Prize of $38,000 !
1 Prize-of S16,000! 4 Prines of $6,000 !
1 Prizesof 10.000! 4 Prizes of 4.000!
1 Prizesof 9,000! 6 Prites of 2,000!
&c., &c., &c., &c.
27,814 Prizes Amounting to $513.190.
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5 QUA R $21
IN ORDEPING TICKETS Olt CERTIFICATES. en
ulose the momey to o.ur address for the Tlck0-ts ordered.
III receipt of Ahich they will tbo fobrwtrde-I by rt uail.
i'urchastrs can have Tickets eudIng in any figure they
The List ,o Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be snt to
murchausers lumedialely after the drawing.
Purchasers wiltipleaste write their 'igonures plain, and
ive their 1o.t Office, County and State.
All prizes or $lI00 and under, paid irmmediately after
the drawit.g-other prizes at theuual tinw rol thirty days.
NOTICE TO Cult11. SPUNDEN T3.-Those % ho pore
er not sending mono by mall, can use THE ADAMS
EXPRESS COMPANY, whereby money fer Ticket!, In
ums o- Ten Dollars, and upwards, can be sent AT OUR
PUSK AND EXPENSE, from any city or town where
her have an oftice. The money and order must be
enlosed in a "Government Post 01ice Stamped Envel
ope," or the Express Company cannot receive them.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Tick.etsnr Certficetes to
WOOD, EDDY & CO.,- Augusta, Ga.
or, WOO), EDDYit & CO., Atlanta. Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmington, Del.
Jun 20 if 25
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1859
Mlauonie Hall Buildi, .
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
' 40O. W1. .FERRY. has now in store the
largest and best assortment of SPRING An:,
WLMMER GOODS in his line, to be found in thir
narket. Consisting of
ieebe & Co., and Trade Style Moleskin fIATS;
;llaok and Faney Colored Cassimnere"
Xmerican andI French Felt I-ats of every variety
of Style and Color;
White, Black, Brown and Silver Leghorn hA TS;
" " -' - SewedStraw"
Panama and Palm Learf A TS;
fousth's anda Children's Fancy HA TS, great variety;
aid Silk, Straw, L.ace and Chip UONNETS:
[adies' und Missee Leghorn andl Straw BLO0OM
ERS, every variety of' style and color;
haker HOODS-all sizes:
[nfant' TURBANS and HATS-new styles;
UMBRELL AS of' all varietie.-very cheap;
This stock for variety and beauty of styles, is
uequalled in this market, antd the prices cannot
but be satisfnctoi-y. fai Call nnl See.
Augusta, March 22, tf . 1
D'ANTIGNAC & IIUBBARD,
Wholetnle aneld Retail Dealers in
SUGARS, COFFEE, TEAS,I
DA GGINO, ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, LEA D
fRIOCERIES of EVERY~ DESCRIIPTION.
NO. 292 BR Ol A -ST7., .iGUST A, llA.
Jan.17. if 2
[RON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
W.\T M. HIGHIT,
EIXGHT & MACMU'EPHY
C ONTINUES tl h abo business, in allits bra.n
ches, at is AMI~LICAN FOUNDRY, and
ill he thank ful for ordcra for all kinds of
IROJ AN~D BRASS CASTINGOS,
For Geld Mines, Mills, Rail h.,nds, Bridges, and
MACHINERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusia, Sept. 1, 1858 lyCa 3
State of South Carolina,
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT,
. W. Youngblood, ct, tuav. c1. rd.'
Benj. Waldo and G. A. Addison, and Rel c
x'rofJascob D. Smith, de'edIch
B Y virtue of an order made by Chancellaor John.
staon in the nabove statedi case, Notice is hereby
evene to all and singular, the. creditors of Jacob
B. Smith, doceased, to present and psrove their re
pective demnandls before me in my Office, on or be
lre the first day of October next, on pain of being
,recluded from the benelit of the decretal order ofI
he Court made in this case.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.n.
Commissioner's Office, June I4, 1859 izm 24
COINFECTIOiNARY STORE !
W E have now in Store a LARGE ASSORT
Consisting of over fifty difl'erent kinds and flavors.
We can suit-the most fastidious, both as regards
style and flavor. We have many new kinda never
before offeredl in this place.
Also, a large assortment of FANCY PLLUMS,
intended expressly for ornamenting Cake. Ac.
Our Goods are made expressly for us by one of
the first houses in New York, of the finest maste
rials, and warranted pure andi no poison used in
Liberal discounts made to persons buying large
quantities for Parties, Pic Nics. &e.
CANDEE & McEWEN.
June 8 f 22
WrIE would say call and geta GOOD SEGAR for
VTthe same price you have been accustomed
t pay for an ordinary one. We have all prices
and qualities, an4I always please our customers.
CA ND EE A McEW EN.
June 8 tf 22
Bacon and Lard !
JUST received another LARGE and SUPERI
OR Lot of Tennessee Bacon.
Also, three Barrels CHOICE L ARD.
1W. W HARTON A4t.
The~ ~ 119 1101TElYR OT
The undersigned, being desirous to make room for Fall and Winter GOODS, and not to
carry any Summer Stock over for next year, has
GREATL R EDUCED
sbove Goods to suh Remarkably Low Prices, not oonsidering a SMALL LOSS,
that will certainly effect an
ENTIRE CLEARING OUT!
Out of the many articles reduced, I would only
mention a few, as
SUMMER SILKS, good quality, 20 per cent. Cheaper than before;
Foulard SILKS, at 50 cents, formerly sold at 76 cents ;
Silk LAWNS, at 50 " " " at 75 cents;
Foulard ROBES, at $7 00, " " at $12 00';
LAWNS, at 61 cents, formerly sold at 12} cents;
LAWNS, at 10 cents, formerly sold at 1.1 cents;
Superfine LAWNS, at 121 cents, formerly sold at 25 cents;
Real French LAWNS and ORGANDIES, at 26 cents, formerly sold at 50 cents;
Real French Chintz Colored ORGANDIES, at 121 ets., formerly sold at 25 cents;
Lawn ROBES, at $1 50, formerly 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 37} cents;
PINE APPLE ROBES, at $2, formerly sold at $5;
Figured BAREGES, at 25 cents, formerly sold at 50 cents;
Barege ROBES, at $3 and 94, formerly sold at $5 and $6;
Barege ROBES, Double Skirts, at $7 and $8. formerly sold at $12 and $15;
Bayadere DUCAL, at 12J cents, formerly sold at 25 cents;
Barege DELAINE, at 12.1 cents, formerly sold at 25 cents.
MANTILLAS, at 87 00, formerly sold at $12 00
S 6 6 00, " i" 1 000
66 666 009 6 Its 66 9 00
AND ALL THE LOWER PRICED ONES IN PROPORTION,
Pantaloon Stuffs reduced 20 per cent, &c.
ij % . 3 C ME I X 30E 1e
Ladies' Extension HOOP S'-']RTS, 15 Springs, at $100; a ery fine Linen Cambric
HANDKERCHIEF, at $1 50 per dozen, worth $3 00; Hemstitched HAND.
KERCHIEFS, at 82 50 per dozen, a New Lot of those SWISS
BANDS, at 25 cents, worth 76 cens and $1 00.
J.adies will find it to their advantage to make an early call, -as Gmods~
will be sold FAR BELOW THEIR VALUE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
- - Under Augusta Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Jane 29, 1859 tf 25
M. J. JONES, M. '.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
NO. 171 NORTH SIDE BROAD STREET,
Augusta Ho tel Block, Augusta, Georgia.
Having purchased the Stock in trade of Mr. T. P. FOGARTY, and taken the above well
mnown stand, (recently occupied by him,) the undersigned can offer, with confidence, to his
ri-ends and the public,. both of the city and country, his Stock, as being of that extent, va
ri'et and quality, entitling him to a liberal sh are of patronage.
fle adaitions making, and those to he continue~d, will form ., comiplate assortment in the
Wholssle. and Retail I.ine, consisting of
DRUGS, MED)ICIN ES, CHEMICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
F LUID S,
WINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,
D)ENTAL A N D S U R (G [C A L INSTRUMAENTB,
PERFUMERY A FANCY ARTICLES.
ALL WARRANTED OF THlE BEST AND PUREST QUALiTY,
AND OFFERED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
The personal attention of the proprietor, with the aid of skillful and experienced a'sist
ants, which has been procured, enables him to offer t: Physicians and Families the oppor
niity '~f obtainiinz Prescriptions according to order, preparedl with the utmoost care, an in
es so cnti tim te Praetiec of his Professioni to sneh of his friends, and the public,
as may favor him with calls, which. may he made at the Drug Store durinig the day, mand till 9
o'elock, P. M., and after that. hour, at night, at his romomns Vited StateIi.
Angusta, May 21, 1Q59 tf -2
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
FOg pURiFYING THE ALOOD -AND DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
COPOSITO).-Jt contar in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alcoholie extract of
ums Ieliight, WVhite Ash, Ci Beard, or Frinige-tree Chiumnanthus, Tincture of~ May Apple,
If he Liver and Blood arc kc.' a healthy condition by the use of this Comnpounmd Sar
saparilla, it will prove a great j. itive of sickness, and a great saving of expense of
Feule coinplaits.-For 1> - lds, it is excellent in diseases arising from general
Debility or at torpid state of the l.iver, 2aulh its occasional adds a blooming vigor to the com
plexion. Ini Lucorrhea or Whites, it has been tried and found a useful and mavaluabule renm
edv. It cheeks mnorbifle secretions-remOVes the cause of disease by cleaning the~ Blood of
t'impurities and acts as a tonie to the system,
For Chuldrenl.--Ths is the best spedicine tha-. ean he given, especially to thocse in a
debilitated ttate of health, or troubled with worms. A few doacs givci to a child ;ben it first
apears unwell has a powerful effect in preventing disease. It causes imerzased secretionI
n, assag of the bile, purifies and itnvgorates the system, and preveants thie accumnulation
,f worms, h' keeping be child healthy. Its effect in pre.euting disenses of' ebildren makes
it a valuable FA MILY MED)ICINE.
Fort sle 1j Driggstt generally, 1%rie $1 per Bottle..
DR, DENNIS' STIMUI.ATING OR HOT BITTERS,
OK DISPEPsIA IT WILL PROVE AN INVALJABDLE REMEDY.
If food causes pain in the Stomach a dose taken immediately after meals, or as soon as the
uneasy sensation is experienced, will relieve the pain and assist digestion. They are also an
important remnedy for Females in complainuts arisng from colds.
Dr. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
OR, SOUT HERN PAIN-KiL LER,
FOR 1REUMATIC PAINS PAINFUL INFLAMMATORY SWELLINGS,
SPItAINS, SWELLED BREAST, PAIN IN THE BACK OR A COLD
SENSATION IN THlE BACK, SORE THROAT, TOOTHACHE, &c.
A MEDICENE MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD To THlE FARMER
For Spasms, Cramp Colic, Spasmodic Cholera or Inflama
tion of the Bowels, Lock Jaw, Chills, or for all sudden
and dangerous attacks of' disease in which imme
diate action is necessary.
By diluting it with Syrup or sweetened water it may be made useful in a grat variety of
diseases of a mild nature, as in Colds, Congh, Croup, Asthma, Pain in the Stomach or for
Frr cs, mineMules, &c., this Tincture rarely fails to cure even-the worst casce of
Colic. In Wounds, Bruises, Cuts, Galls;'Sores, &c., it prevents inflammation, and causea
the sores to heal. NO PLANTER SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Al te above Medicines are for sale in this Village by Drs. A. G.& T. J. TEAGUEI
- 0 -
E. PENN, Agent,
'uAS just I i- vtd and offers for sale, a most
1 IH BEAUTIFUL, LARGE AND DESIRABLE
saaek of Spri1g and Summer
Hie Gandis hav been selected with great care
in' the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Charleston Murkuts; and will be sold at prices..
that will not fail to give entire satisfaction.
April 13 tf 14'
* HE subseribor has just opened an entiro NEW
STOCK of Goo4ts at his Old Stand, (the Brick
Storc,) whieh he invites aUl to call and examine
His stock osibraces every variety of
For Ladies' Wear I
Among thom will be found Plain Black and'Fan.
Organdie s.ad Jaconet MUSLINB, new styles and
Byadere Double Skirt and Side Stripe BB
English and American PRINTS;
BRILLIANTES and GINGIIAMS;
Plain, Swiss and Janonot MUSLINS; -
Plain Striped and Checked Nainsook and Mull
Summer SHAWLS and MANTILLAS -
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,. COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS. SHOES and GAITERS for en, Boys,
Ladies and M3s.-.
Bleached and Unbleached SHIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SHEETINGS;
LINENS and MARSEILLES for Men and Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICEINGS.
HARBIARE ANl CRQEI,
With evey variety usually kept in.a Dry Goods
SW' 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 attention of the Ladies
to our LARGE STOCK OF*BEAUTIFUi
Silks, Bareges, Tissues and
yust in time for the season. They are pretty'and
cheap. But dont take our word for it, come and
Several merchants of acknowledged taste have
pronounced them to be in qualil, style and prioe,
superior to similar goods purchaed within the
last few weeks.
Ladies, give us a call before making your Spring
purchases. We can and will offer you INDUCE.
MENTS TO BUY.
pe- JIMMIE will be pleasedto show youthe
many pretty things we have left, Whether you
wish to buy or not.
BLAND A BUTLER. -
April 20, 1859 9tf 15
HE Undersigned, having formed a Partner
Tship, would respectfully invite attention to
thoir LARGE and VARIED Stock'of
SPRIlG AlD SUM1MER GOODS,
Which they are now receiving at the Store Room
lately occupied by Messrs. BLa & BTLsn.
Their Stock embraces a variety of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
A variety of Gooda, for
MEN AND BOYS WEAR.
A variety of Ladies and Misses
heeled Gaiters, Bootees and Slippers.
A variety of Men and Boys .
A lot of ..
CROCKERY. HA RDWARE & .JEWELRY.
All of which the trading public .will do well to
ezemine-before pu'rcbasing elsewhere.
-They have engaged the services of Mr. Waresut,
and will doe their utmnst to please every customer.
H. R. DEAN.
Aipril 27 ti 16
25828 PRIZES I
FIFTY TiHOUSAND TICKETS.
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5, Quarters $2,60.
1I8)R$IA 8TATE 10TTit,
FoXr the bouenft of t.m
..-uthorized i63 ee~iil A.ct .f the Lag,Lutre.
EINNEY & CO,, Managers,
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,0004
TO BE DRAWN
EACHl SATURDAY JN JUNE, 1859.
[n the City of savannah, Georgia.
Class 22. to be Drawn June 4, 1859.
Class 23, tobe DraWn June 11.
Class 24, to be Drawn June 18,"
Class 2b,to beDraWn June 20, "
t Prize of $80,004) i.....................$80,000
t - 20,000 i,..................... 20,000
" 10.000 it................. 10,000
t " 5.000 is..................... 5,000
S " 4,000 is......................4d,000
t " 3,000 iS........................ 3000
t " 2,OUO is...................... 2,000
S " 1,500 is.................. 1,500
" 1,100 ir..................... 1,100
5 Prizes of 1,000 are.................. 5,0o0
10 "a 600 are.................. 5,000
2 " 400 are................... 800o
2 " . 300 are................... 000o
2 - 200 are................... 400
50 " 150 are................... 7,500
100 ' uIo arc...................10o,000
101 " *: ,@.................... 9,600
t00 ~'' bo) ue-.................. 8,600
APri'OXLI. I ON PRIZES.
Prli~sss ot ed:I Ap'2g L.--z:-ti.000 Prize are $800
" 1n' *i Ea 20.e000 " 800
I " _2 " 'a 10,000 " 500 -
" lice : " i ,t0fl ' 400
U M 4,000 " 840
S 40 t " 8,000 a" 480
ea .99 te f 20 " ~ 4eo
U 40 '' " 1,500 " 320
00 '' 20 .' " 190 " 8,000
50t'at 200,000 -
5,S28 Prize~s amounzting to..n........386,048
EaRTviUiArr. or PaciI.~axs will be sold at the
ollowing rates, which is the risk :
ertieate of Packagcs of 10 Wholo Tickets, $80
" " 1OHalf " 30
" " ' 10 Quarter " -15
a- 10 Eighth " 7.80
RDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES,
Enclose the money to our address for the tiekints
rdered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded
y first mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending
n any figure they may designate.
The list of adrawn number.s and prizes ,will be
ent to purchaseers immediately after the drawing.
All communientiona strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
xpress, to be directed to
3IcKINNEY & CO,
June 1, 1859 17 21
State of South Cai'olina,
IN EQUIT Y.
William P. Butler, et. a!. -
Gny Brosuwater, Adm'ortf J' . *il/s 4c'
lnry Christian, deceased.J
B Y virtue of an order nmade by Chancellor.Iohn
aton in the above stated case, Notice is hereby
gL.en tao all and singular, the creditors of the said
. Henry Christian, deceased, to present and prove
their respective demands before. me In my Offee,
on or before the first day of October next, on-pain
f being precluded from the benefit of the decem.
tl order of Court.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.n.
Commsioner's Offie, June 14, 1859 3m 2.
FOR SALE.-Seven thousand :rery. hoise.
white oak SPOKES, two years old, fror'the.
savannah River Swamp. They will he sold in.
lots to suit ay purchaser. Address
- . Mi. WOQ&WAR.
Nb..a a.R.Jana 9S'159~ . M a.