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TO THE I
WE HAVE N(
ARE HAVING MU
Far superior to any P
fered for sale. We g
to be ALL WC
than any other
THE PRICE BEI
than less desirable Gc
in giving s
Augusta, July 27, 1859.
BR. VIlIL I I E01A110
AVING located at that healthful and delight
H ful watering place,
WIL L I 0 T 0 .
'Situated on the Greenville and Columbia Rail
Road, will give his entire attention to the treat
Persons laboring under derangement of the Ute
rus, Neuralgia, Chronic Rheumatism, Kidney Af
fections, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhtea, 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 evory case ; but,
with the skill derived from a serenteea yeara 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 effectual 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.
EDGEFIILD DIsTRICT. )
DR. Wu. CoLExAN--Bear Sir: My nogro wo
man who was confined to the house for some time,
and unable to attend to any business, and who up
on examination was pronounced to be laboring
under derangement of the uterus, I am glad to
say, has speedily recovered under your treatment.
Yours, with respect,
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
EDGEPIEL.D DzsTracT. 5
Dai. Wit. Coaxxu,-Dcar Sir: My girl that was
suffering from disease of the uterus whom I placed
under your charge, I am proud to say, has been
promptly ecured, and I take great pleasure in re
commending all those laboring under similar af
flictions, to give you a call.
SOUTH CAROLINA, '1
EDGEFIELDI DISTRICT. 3
Da. Wit. CoLitiAN-Dear Sir : My woman, who
was, for a considerable period, kept within doors
by some obstinate uterus disorder, I am glad to
say, has been wholly restored under 'your advice
Yours, with respet, R.M SC RY
Da. Wit. CoaxENA-Dear Sir : The negro wo
man I pliced under your care, who had done me
but little or no service for several months, and who
upon examination was found to be afflicted with a
serious uterus derangement, has been wholly re
lieved, -and reports herself permanently cured,
which I have every right to believe is the caie.
WM. A. STROHER.
EDOEFIELD DisreTe. J
Da. Wit. COLEAi-Dear Sir: My woman Ma
ry that I put under your charge in the spring of
185S, who upon inspection was ascertaincd to be
suffering from disease of the womb, andl treated
by you for that ailment, I am plessed to say, re
covered forthwith, and has lost no time since from
the former disorder, but has been a very good baud
both with the plow and hoe.
.Yours with duo respoet, R .PYE
-Suly 6, 1851) 3m 26
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
3N consequence of the untimely and lamented
Ideath of my friend and Agent, Mr. W. H.
HARR ISON, it becomes necessary for me to taks
charge of the GR'OCERtY and CONFECTIONARIY
STORE recently under his Agency. In so doing,
I return my thanks for the liberal support hereto
fore extended to the Establishment, and in con
tinuing the business in my own name, will en
deavor, by close attention to the interests of those ,
who may be pleased to patronise me, to give ecm
I have and intend to keep constantly on hand
a full assortment of
Groceries and Confectionaries,
Which will be sold at reasonable profits for CASH.
The especial attention of the Lndies and Gen
tlemnen of Edgefield Is invited to this Stock.
Attentive Clerks will be in readiness to wait on
all with alike reepeet and promptness.
D. R. DURISOE.
July 27 tf 291
fY consent of the Legatees of the Estate of
..9Jacob Thornton, dee'd., I will sell to the
highest bidder on the 23d August, the TRACT
OF LAND, on which the deceased lived, situated
one mile from Phoenix P. 0., containing
more or less. The sale will take place on the
TrERMS--Twelve months cedit with interest
from day of sale. The purchaser will be required
to give sucicient stcurity.
siEAny person desiring to examino the Land
will call on the Subscriber on the plae.
E. M. THORNTON, Agent,
July 27 2t 29)
Land for Sale !
I WILL sell the following LAND at low prices
and on reasonable terms:
One T RA CT O F L A ND, containing 135
Acres, more or less, lying on waters of Log
Creek, and bounded by lands of the Estate of R
J. Burton, dee'd., A. J. Smyly, and lands of th.
Poor House. This is a first rate Tract of Land,
about 80 acres of which are cleared.
One other TRACT containing 150 Acres,
- '.- less, adjoining lands of Daniel Quattle
but M1. L. Bonhamn and others. This is
also a vajable body of Land, with only 20 acres
Also, one HOUSE AND LOT in the Village
of Edgefield, containing 4 Acres, occupied at
p~resent by Mr. D).. W. Christian. The improve
ments on the place are good.
*Efr Call early if you wxish bargains.
L~. S. JOHNSON.
July 27 4t 29
NOTICEr.All persons Indebted to the Es
Ntate of Dr. U.C. Cunningha-, de-d., will
please come forward and. make immediate pay
mnent; and all having claims against said Estate.
will-present them properly attested.
WM. HILL, Ex'or.
Hamburg, June I1th', 1859. - y23
AON, BACON--Just received a choice
B lot of SIDES, SHOULDERS and HAMS.
For sale at reduced figures. Call and examine be
op purchasing elsewhere. M EN
4.ly.,Issan tf . 3
UOO L .
)W ON HAND
lain we ever 'before of
ruarantee the filling
)OL, and wider
NG NO HIGHER
ods, we feel confident
--Y WOOLSEY, &C.
.y Attended to.
G & DAY,
,r Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga,
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
AND PLANTATION 1
T E Undereigned, to change the Investment,
in part, offers for sale his place situate on
the Plank Road, 4 miles from Edgefield C. E.,
17 from Aikon, and 22 from Hamburg, containing
More or less, 430 of which are mostly fresh cleared
and all in a high state of culture.
The DWELLING is a well-constructed two
Story framed building, having 10 Rooms-fire
place to each-and a Piaza on three sides.
There are six Double Negro Houses, (framed)
exclusive of Double Kitchen, Overseer's Settle
mont, Gin House, Shops, Barns, and every build
ing needed on a Plantation, mostly new and in
There is in the enclosure a Well and a fine
Spring noar by. and the place -is otherwise well
watered, having a good site for a small Overshot
Mill, and good streams for Fish Ponds.
The soil is sandy and free, with a clay subsoil,
and is well adapted to the culture of Corn and
Cotton, and -produces small grain well for sandy
The residence is healthful and beautiful, and
its proximity to the Village and Market makes it
altogether one of the most desirable in this see
tion of country.
TERIMS-About one-third Cash-the remainder
on long credit, on bonds well secured-interest
payable annually. M. L. BONHAM.
July 20 4t 28
THTE tenth session of this healthily
located Institution, will open on
e Monday, the 15th of August, to con
-tinue four months.
-TERMs-For Tuition, Books, Sta
tionery, &e.-Boardl, Lights, Washing and Fuel,
SS0, pnyable in advane. No pupil received un
dler twelve or over eighteen years of age, or who
cannot read and wvrite. Circulars containing regu
Iations and full information concerning the School
may be seen at this Office, or obtained by address
ing the I rincipal.. at Yorkcville.
MaJ. M. JENKINS, Principals.
CArT. A. COWARD.;Prnp
Gen. J. Jones, Columbia, S. C.; Ex-Gov. J. HI.
Means, Buckhead, S. C.; Gui. D. F'. Jamison, Or
sngeburg, S. C.: Col. I. D."Vilson. Society Hill,
S. C.: Gen. R. 0. M. Dunov ant, 96 Depot, S. C.
July 20, 1859 4t - . 28
W E have now in store a fine assortmnent of the
above Goods, and offer them to the trade
very low for the Cad. We are now selling off the
remnant of our Dry Goods at such low figures as
to completely astonish the natives.
On Saturrday the 13th August next, we will
Auction what Dry Goods we have lcft over. Come
and see us give them away, on that day.
APPLETON & RI. M. P'ERRYMAN.
New Market, S. C., July 20, 1S850 4t 28
SELLING OFF AT COST.
O N amnd after the frst day of July next, I will
commence selling moy large and well selected
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
si C'rt for CA SII; or at seven per cent advance
to prompt p~ayers.
Now is the time for CHEAP and lasting Goods.
Come one, come all, and reap the benetit of the fall.
Shatterfield, June 29, 1859. tf 25
The Greatest Medicine now in Use !
MINE CREEK, July 6, 1859.
CArT. G ENTRY :-According to premise when I
bought your medicine, I send you a few lines,
which you are welcome to use, if it will benefit
you any. In moy family I have had several eases
of Dysentery, and a few drinks of your medicine
stopped it immediately.
I am a strong believer in " Dr. MARTIN's REx
cmi," and know it would be to the advantage of
every farmer to keep a supply on band.
July 20, 1850 4t 28
State of South Carolina,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, S. Bi. Griffin, hath appliedl to me for
Ltters of Administration, on all and singular the
..miods and Chattles, rights and credits of Win. H1.
Harrison, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite anmd admonish all
-nmI singular, the kindred andi creditors of the said
..:ensed, to be and appear before mue, at our next
.rdinary'e Court for the said District, to be holden
t Edgefield Court House, on the 4th. day of
August next, to show cause, if any, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given uinder my hand andi seal, this 23rd
day of July, in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and fifty-nine, and in the eighty
fourth year of American Independence.
W. F. D URISOE, O. .Da.
July 27 2t 29
T TE Legateen, und"er l'. last Will and Testa
mient of P'leasr nt Burn.A, dlecemased, are here
-y notified that a final settlemebnt of the Estate of
'idi Teatator will Ibe umade in the Ordinr.'-y's Office,
t Edgefleld Court House, on Tuesdaiy the eighth
ay or Noveimber next. And the aai'i Legatees
are requested to meet the undersigned for that pur
pose, at the timie sand place ab~ove mentioned.
CARTER BU RNETTI
RALPHI S. BURNETT. jEx'rs.
July 27, 1859 3ima 29
T HKE distributees of the Estate of Artemesia
Burnett, deceased, are hereby notified, that a
inal settlement of said Estate will be made in the
Ordinary's Office at Edgefield Court House, en
Tuesdny the eighth dlay of Novmbler next. And
aid distributees are hereby notified to meet the
undersIgned for that pupose, at the time and place
CARTER BURNETT, Adm'r.
July 27, 1859 3ma 29
ALL COTTON RAGS WANTED, for
A which eash will be paid by
5. I. BOWBRS, A~g't.
Clearing Out Sale!
GRAY & TURLEY,
Under the United States Hotel,
AUG U S T A, G A.
In accordance with our custom we will commence our
CLEARING OUT SALE,
M C\TD.LY, 111th JCTIaY
IN ORDER~ TO EFFFCT -AN ENTIRE SALE OF t)UP RE.
MAINING STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS, WE HAVE
Reduced Our Prices
HILLY w TifENT 1mI PEA IIENT
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS DIRECTED.TO OUR
MANTLES AND SHAWLS,
BAREGE AND GRENADINE ROBES, MUSLIN ROBES, &Cl,
On which there is still
G-r e a t e r I.e d- t i CO 3
gIJr.Packages delivered in any part of the City and Ham
burg free of cha-ge.
Augusta, July 9, 27
SE LLNNG O -
A $50,000 STOCK OF
DRY G OO D S,
AT NEW-YORK COST,
As I am eompelled to vacate the.Store which I now occupy,
on the first day of' October next, in consequence of its
having been rented fromn that date by other parties,
without my knowledge, and not having any
definite place in which to locate by that
time, I will from this day offer all
of my large stock of'
WITHOUT ANY RESERVE, AT'
NEW.YORK COST FOR CASH.
To persons in need of' any article in the line, this
is a rare opportunity, as the stock must posi
.tively be closed out by that day.
July 2f', 1859, :f20
Turnip Seed-Crop 1859. C E NT RAL H OUSE !
WILLIAiU'%TON, S. C.
UST receivedea large supply of Landreth'o
iEarlyrlyFnwat Riede andfur
nWhitnexclen syeHaanover;d is ~nejej
aEdsreroryeoFlatl Dutcathhi hus, it
RJuly 13 tfa1'r ay$125 p2yee
E DGEwIpELD, C.ga Ju,, Jly,51 1859.
The Hanoe re nr il aaea
icargen' N o hr , h e . itatdhi ofl July.ilmp
Thulh 13 imn o f Inanr wl tparade atdth Ce ak By
th l ello atu arter 1859.o llada hest ftelags iia
The 9th Regiment of InfantryywiForparadeoat
MrsDBu Eon', InEuLd, th 2L, J -ul gus oet o h 1t ue
TheI B oloh Regiment of infantry will p a vidbeerpaca a atwocviirswl
plaews, shen datrdayte 6t o Auu t hneyxt.fn ee llcan al ah l
The 6th Regiment of Infantry will parade atthlu ris ftesatwtrrio, iheey
hadom 's, on T ursday the 2th of u aett.c~no is.ca aeigpae
hestve Regiment, f Ilan illstradtio nd.ihrteSuhrngnlmnmycm
VoutheOl ellr compaturd, thl e 3 neth d Jl. wtahndclra enetts ~hotfa fAe
the o thsRegiBeat ofmpan tr ill paraE a iis nefrne
Jrs lyrunso, Brn g Tusayr th 26Atut O h lc h in ulyMn a ad
The Abb eient ia nr y will p a ae attqcopy. o~ u~ ~r~zo i Ua e
orow fon satuday ood JE TT of goodt net.orm e.
Then t eimen ie Inantryxce ll arde athSe1rPrpitr
oafsng Tsare a tmos invribl of Aughe naet uned.1892a2
The ices n no n o l i e offck. r will a
aemle nedy 2bf1859 the Reiwo28i t te o o t aoia
respctiv Rgmsa fodrll and nsrutiS A o
the sa t prcouae e a cc oed.. ly QII'
y forer odnr Wn. C. hOa NE pie
Anndiis, 28la a uc Jaetors n ie adohr
July 6, .f - 2
0 eIlC aE.-Drs ill pleasen copy.o th cnomeyt s rdro hnclo ad
N Slaw.eI1erebylcal uponateecrediorirhof -artoe
Co to'Gen e t anfMor Sle h atcedeeodlti-setaa poethi e
offer for. aE. goo P B NETT of go fr ta nbrnyt fieallleeaf y ilhepe
Julya2u, 185 Juyt2,*8128t2
drS s sn.' Mils PPL C.N Y rerdepes
ly from N. W.OArringtonaof NorShuCarolinlnby
VY the same priceeyouhaveubeenvaccustomedo
to py fo an rdinry e. W hav allprics Gu Brodwa e tr el newo o f ini and fur
an qaltisan awas leseou cstme s. her iin , dece styead luneJ ta in
2dite of the Sprin.detr mae byn Canmlloon
Jene tf Dand u inr theaomvn stati ncae Notc i- hreby
gien rt ko an r snu ar, t 1,h 5 credt r theekai
al res - .lE M N ta0 orer ofmout$0. C brnad eat
July 2, 185 Jun2 A.1593 22KNS ~un
OME~rG MLLW eCak Y of CmisoE OIce Jun 14 185 3m E 2L4
fin OL AP'L BRNDY orerd epres. OSLE POR3 EU0HN0EtT, alA.
ly fom N ~.Arrigtonof Nrth arolna, y thee- uate d nfll vidFenc of erimp
Roer loer sq, o Chatv$10 b 15, rp a d y neaneviitr wl
afind . W MA' enagd com dation Ban D fr.An
they1 2 awd~ i , fidhre dliiu sal bahandal
WOOD, EDDY & CO'S,
SNGLE NVMBE R LOTIERIE!
Chartered by the S.ate of Georgia.
Capital Prize, $50,000 !
WOOD, EDDY & CD., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
T HE following Scheme vill be drawn by WooD,
EDDY & Co., ManagErs of the S P A R T A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for August, 1859, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the suporintendence of
Class 32 Draws Saturday, Aug. 6,1859.
Class 33 Draws Saturday, Aug. 13,1859.
Class 34 Draws Saturday, Aug. 20,1859.
Class 35 Draws Saturday, Aug. 27, 1859.
On the Plan of Single Numbers.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEETS
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN AUGUST I
1 Prize of ........$50,000 I Prize of. $1,500
1 " ......... 20,00....50
1 " .. 20,000 50 . .
1 " ...... 000 100 1 .....400
1 ".......... 5,000 100 .... . 0
1 ...... 4010J " ........... 150
1 " . ......... 8,000 100 " ... ....... 100
4 Prizes of $400 Approx'at'g to $50,000 Prize are $1,600
4 t A& 300 6 46 20a0 '4 6 1,200
4 "4 "6 250 " * 10,000 "t t 1.000
4 "1 4 225 " 4 5,000 4 "6 900
4 " "t 20I ) "s " 4,000 " "t 800
4 "- " 150 " " 8,000 "4 "4 0 00
4 4 " 100' " " 1,500 4 " 400
50001" " 20 are........................... 100,000
5,85 Prizes amountingto...............$320,000
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5; QUARTERS $2j
2||'Remember that every Prize in the above
Scheme is drawn and payagble in full without de
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
following rates, which Is the risk:
Certifieate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets,.........$90
"1 4 10 Half " ..... 40
" 10 Quarter " ..... 20
" 10 Eighth " .. ... 10
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CLASS, No. 465,
Draws Wednesday, August 31st, 1859,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
78 Numbers-13 Drawn Ballots.
NEARLY I PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS!
1 Grand Prize of $40,000 !
1 Prize of $19,802! 8 Prizes of $2,000 !
9 Prizes of 4,000 ! 267 Prizes of 225 !
. &c., &c., &c., &c.
32,396 Prizes 'Amounting to 8578,177.
WHOLE TICKETS S10; HALVES $3; QUAR $21
IN ORDERING TICKETS Or CERTIFICATES, en
close the mnoney to our address for the Tickets' ordered,
on receipt of v hich they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have TIckets ending In any figure they
e List f Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will'please write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Offiee, County and State.
All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately after
the drawing-utier prizusat the usual tine ofthirty days.
NOTICE TO CORiESPONDENiT.-Tbose who pre
for noteiding money by tmil, can ti.e TIIE ADAMS
EXPRESS COMPANY, whereby toney far Tickets. in
sums to Ten Dollars, and upwarls, can be sent AT OUR
RISK AND EXPEN1E, from any city or town where
they have an ofce. The money and order must be
enclosed in a "Government Post f )Mce Stamped Envel
ope," or the Express Company cannot receive them.
All communications strictly confdential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
WOOD, EDDY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmington, Del.
July 27 tf 29
N SIlMG & SllME1 GOOMD!
E. PENN, Agent,
H AS just received and offers for sale, a most
BEA UTIFUL, LARGUE AND DESIRABLE
Stock of Spring and Summer
His Goods have been selected with great cars
in the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Charleston Markets; and will ho sold at pricen
that will not fail to give entire satisfaction.
April 13 tf 14
JUST IN SEASON.
W E desire to call the attention of the Ladies
to our LARGE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL
Silks, Bareges, Tissues and
l1us lin s,
Just in time for the season. They are pretty and
cheap. But dlout take otur word for it, eome and
Several morehmants 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. We can and will offer you IND UCE
MENTS TO BUY.
Je JIMMIE will he pleased to show you the
many pretty things we have left, whether you
wish to hbu or not.
BLAND & BUTLER.
April 2, 185 9tf 15.
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1859
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
iEO. W. FERRY has now in st'ire the
Alargest amnd biest nissortmentt of SPRING ASh
SUMMER (GOODS in his line, to lbe found in thi.
market. Consistintg oif
Beebe & Co., and Trade Style Moleskin HATS;
Black and Fancy Coloired Ciasimere "
Ameriean and French Felt Hats of overy variety
of Style and Color:
White, Black, Brown and S~iver Leghorn HA TS;
a " "~ " Sewed Straw "
Panimna and Palms Leaf HATS;
Youth's and Chuilretn's Fancy HA TS, great variety;
Ladies' Silk, Straw, Lace andi Chipi BONNETS;
Ltuiei' and Slisses Leghorn ad Strawr BLOOM
ERS, every variety of style and color;
Shaker 1H0OD)-all sizes:
Infant's TURBANS and hATS-new styles;
UMBRELLAS of all varieties--very cheap;
This stock for variety and beauty of styles, is
unequalled in this market, and the prices cannot
but be satisfactory. pm Call and See.
Augusta, March 22, tf 11
CONFECTIONARY STORE !
WET have now in Store a LARGE ASSORT
Consisting of over fity different kinds anid flavor,.
We can suit the most fastidious, both as regaerds
style and fiaviur. We have many new kinds never
before offered in this place.
Also, a large assortment of FANCY PLUMS,
inended expressly for ornamenting Cakis, &c.
Our Goods are made expressly for us by one of
tho first houses in New York, of the finest mate
rials, and wvarrantcd pure and no poison used in
Liberai discounts made to persons buying large
quantites for Parties, Pie Kies, &c.
CANDEE & McEWEN.
June 8 tf 22
State of' South Carolina,
A. W. Youngb~lood, et. n.e. iet. at.
vs. ill for Ac'nt.
ej. Waldo and 0. A. Addison, jand flelief, &ce.
Ex'ors of Jacoh B. Smith, de'cd.J
B Y virtue of an order toade by Chancellor John
ston in the abiove stated case, Notice is hereby
given to all and singular, the creditors of Jacoh
B. Smith, deceaseed, to present and prove their re
spective demands b~efo~re me in toy Office, on or be
fore the first day of October next, ont pain of, being
precluded from the benefit of the decretal or-der of
the Court made in this ease.
A. SIMKINS, C.F..F..D.
Commissioner's O0fice, June 14, 1859 3m 24
Lemons, Raisins, Almonds.
J UST received one box Fresh LEMONS;
1 Bbhl. Soft Shell A LMONDS;
Boxes best Layer RAISINS ;
For sale by E. M. PENN.
July 13 tf 27
OJR MEDICAL P UREQ I..-A fet
.'Dozen of pre PORT WINS, omg the in
t~eof Dr. Me onad'f B.arnwell 'lstriot,S..
8. Sh, IiOWER~S, A
Iamuhuar Ja4ly 20-, 183I Sf 255
J. KAUFF ER.
1110ffw a NEl YOI COS.
The undersigned, being desirous to make room for Fall and Winter GOODS, and not to
carry any Summer Stock over for next year, has
above Goods to such Remarkably Low Prices, not considering a SMALL LOSS,
that will certainly effect an
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 75 cents;
Silk LAWNS, at 50 " " " at 75 cents;
Foulard ROBES, at $7 00, " " at $12 00;
LAWNS, at GI- cnnts, formerly sold at 121 cents;
LAWNS, at 10 cents, formerly sold at 181 cents
Superfine LAWNS, at 11 cents, formerly sold at 25 cents;
Real French LAWNS and ORGANDIES, at 25 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;
PIN E APPLE CLOTH, at 18a cents, formerly sold at 374 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 $4, formerly sold at $5 and $6;
Batre * ROBES, Double Skirts, at $T and $8, formerly sold at $12 and $15;
Baya ere DUCAL, at 124 cents, formerly sold at 25 cents;
Barege DELAINE, at 12J cents, formerly sold at 25 cents.
MANTILLAS, at $7 00, formerly sold at 812 00
46 && G0o, "6 " 1& 10 00
"6 6 6 00, 66 6 it 900
AND ALL THE LOWER PRICED ONES IN PROPORTION.
Pantaloon Stuffs reduced 20 per cent, &c,
yu' xr =. C NIL 30
Ladies' Extenbion HOOP SFI RTS, 15 Springs, at $1 00; a very fine Linen Cambric
HANDKERCH IEF, at $1 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 $100.
Ladies will find it to their advantage to make an early call, as Goods
will be sold FAR BELOW THEIR VALUE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
Under Augusta Hotel, Augusta, Ga,
June 21, 1859 tf 25
M. J. JONES, M. D.,
WH-OLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
NO. 171 NORTH SIDE BROAD STREET,
Augusta Hotel Block, Augusta, Gorgia.
Having .pnrchased the Stock in trade of Mr. T. P..F0GARTY. and taken the above well
nown sts.nd, (recently occupied by him,) the undersigned can offer, with coundence, to his
riends and the public', both of the city and country, his Stock, as lgeing of that extent, va
riety, and quality, entitling him to a liberal share of patronagn.*
The additions making, and those to be continued, will form a complete assortment in thc
holesale and Retail Line, consisting of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
. ATDST MATEIILSL,
FLT UID S,
WINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,
FENTAL A N D S U R G I C A L INSTRUMIENTS,
PERFUMERY( A FANCY ARTICLES.
ALL WARRANTiED) OF TllE .BEST AND) PUREST QUALITY,
AND OFFERED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
The per::onald attentiona of' the proprietor, with thec aid of skillful and .experience*d as.sist
nt, which: has ben proceured, ennbles lhim to offer t: Phyasicians and Families the op.por
rnnity c~f obtaining Prescriptions according to order, prepaizred with the utmost caure, and im
. il ,i1 c'$ti~itl 1rt'etia e of his P'rofession to hi ofca i his fri.na. and ii,- pbglhc,
s myIVI favor hi with calls, wlhich nayi b1- made at th Un~l~.g Sio duaring~ the. li day,nd till 9
'ok, P. M., and aifter that hour, at naigh, at. his rooms. Unaited Stes Iliotel.
1VL. C.. JOJSTES..
Augusta. May '. I, 1859 tf 20
GEORWIA SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
FOR PUJRJ.FYlNG THE 1LO0D AND DISEASES OF.THE LIVER.
OMPOsl'[0N.-It containas in addition to Sarsapnrilla, the hydro-alcoholic extract of
ueni's Delighat, Whbite Ash, Grey Beard, or Fringe-tree Chionnthus, Tincture of May A pple,
Ite irer and Blood are kept in a healthy condition by the use of this Compound Sar
saparilla, it will prove a great prevenative of sickness, and a great saving ot-exptense ot
I e alr Compiits.--For Females, it is excellent in diseases arising from general
Debility or a torpid state of the L.iver, and its occasional adds a bloomning vigor to the com
plxion. In Luc.rhea or Whites, it has been tried and found a useful and invahnushIe rem
dv, It checks morbific secretions--removes the cause of disease by cleansing the Bllood of
its'impurities and acts as a tome to the system.
For Obildren.--is is the best medicine that can be given, especially to those in a
debilitated state of health, or troubled with worms. A few doses given to a child when it first
appears unwell has a powerful effect in preventing disease. It caused increased secretion
and passage of the bile, purifies and inng~orates the systecn, and prevents the accunmuhition
of worns, bty keeping :he child healthty. Its effect in pre.enting diseases of children makes
it a valuable FAMILY MEDICINE.
For sale biy Druggists gener'ally. Price $1 per Bottle.
DR, DENNIS' STIMULATING OR HOT BITTERS,
OR DISPEPSLA IT WILL PROVE All INfTALVJASLE REMEDY.
If food ecauses pain in the Stomach a dose taken immediately after meals, or as soon as the
mneasy sensation is experienced, will relieve the pain, and assist digestion. They are also an
mnportant remedy for "emnales in complaints arising from colds.
Dr'. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
OR, SOUTHERN PAIN-K(ILLER,
FOR RHElUMATIC PAINS PAINFUL INFLAMMATORY SWELLINGiS.
SP'RA INS, SWELLED BREAST, PAIN IN THE BACK OR A COLD
SENSATION IN THE BACK, SORE TH ROAT, TOOTHACH E, &c.
A MEDICINE MORE VALUABLE TRtAN GOLD To THE FARMER
R DENS AWHM-IOE~I TIIfE,
For Spasms, Cramp Colic, Spasmodic Cholera or Inflama
tion of the Bowels, Lock Jaw, Chilts, or for all sudden
and dangerous attacks of disease in which immne
digte action is necessary,
By diluting it with Syyup Qr sweetened water it may be .made usefsi in a great variety of
diseases of a mild nature.a~s an Colds~ Cou~l, Crup Asthtma, Igain in the Stomach or for
general fastly use.
'Fo Horses, 1tj410s, &c., this Tincture rarely fails to cure even the worst cases of
Otlie. 1tt Wounds, Bruises, Cuts, Galls, Sores, &c., it prevents inifammation, and causes
the sores to heal. NO PLANTER SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT...
SA h e above Medicines are for sale in this Village by Drs. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE
WM., QUATTLEBUM, I LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVAR,. H. BOULWARE,
WM. For Clerk.
WM. L. STEVENS, I JACKSON COVAR,
[A MES SluANN, F. X. NICHOLAS,
3. IIARRTSON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
For Tax Collector.
CHAS. X. MAY.
JOHN C. LOVELESS, T. J. WEITAKER,
STARLING TURNER, I TIEOPHILUS DEAN,
. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
J. P. ABNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. I DAVID BODIE,
J. L. ADDISON,
Attorney at Law & Solicitor In Equity,
EDGEFIELD C. IL, S. 0.
May 11 . tf 18
T HE undersigned have this day formed a Part
.Lnership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LAJDRUX
Mr. MooRE 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. 1., Jan. 13. tf 2
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGJE,
B EG leave to inform their friends that they have
associated themselves in the practice of Medi
cine in its different branches, as well as continue
their copartnerahip in the sale uf 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, 1859 - tf 15
D E lT T I S T B .2.
D R. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Ofice formerly
uccnpied by G. D. Tillman, Esq., and
will be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
March 2. 1859 tf 8
HE subscribcr has just opened an entire NEW
STOCK of Goods at his Old Stand, (the Brick
Store,) which he invites all to call and examine
His stock embraeos every variety of
For Ladies' Wear!
Among them will be found Plain Black a-d Pan
Organdle and Jaconet MUSLINS, new styles and
Byadere Double Skirt and Side Strpe BE
English and American PRINTS;.
BRILLIANTES and GINGRAMS;
Plain, Swiss and Jaconet MUSLINS;
Plain Striped and Checked Nainsook and Mull
Summer SHAWLS and IfANTILLAS;
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and (AITERS for Mci, Boys,
Ladies and Minses.
Bleaebed and Unbleached SHIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SHEETINGS
LINENS and MARSEILLES for Men tid Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICKINGS.
G R O CA E R I E S.,
With every variety usually kept in a Dry Goods
gg Please call and examine say.Goods and
Prices befure trading e.lsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
T HE Undersigned, haing formed a Partner
Jship, would retpectfullv Invite attention to
~heir LA RGE and VARIEDb Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Yhich they are now receiving at the Store Room
ately occupied by Messrs. RL1(1n & Da:n.
Their Stock embraces a variety of
LADIES D RESS GOO DS,
A variety of Goods for
MEN AND BOYS WEAR.
A variety of Ladies and Misses
eeled Gaiters, Blootees and Slippers.
A variety of Men and Boys
A lot of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE & JEWELRY.
All of which the trading public will do well to
xamine before purchasinig elsewhere.
They have engaged the services of Mr. Wuaart,
ad will do their utmost to please every customer.
1I. R. DEAN.
SAprl27 tf 18
25828 PRIZES I
FITY TiIOIUSAND) Tit'KETS.
MO0RE TI[AN (ONE PRIZE TO EVI-RY TWO
Whole Tickets $10, Halvcs $5, Quar ters it.2,50.
For the benent of the
Koticello Union Academy,
Authlorized biy Special Act of the Leyidatare.
JYIINNEY & CO., MYanagers,
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000,
Tel BE DitAWN
EACHI SAT LiDAY IN JUNE, 1859.
[R the CI'y of Ba.:innah,- Georgia,
Clas 22, to be DraR Jtno 18 l9.
CsO 2, to be rawn Junoll "
C ss to beDrawn one1 , "
Cas , to beoBrwn inne 25, "
Prize of $60,000I is..............m.6,0
! " 20,100 is............... "0,001'
1 " 10,00) is...:.;.......... 1,000
1 " 5.0010 is.................- 5,000
1 " 4,000 is..............'... 4;000
L "' .,l000t is................... ,0001
i " 2.000i is.................... 2,000
I " 1,5010 is..................... 1,500
1 " 1,100 i'...................... 1,100
5 Prizee of 1,000 are..................6,000
10 " 500 are.................. 5,000
2 " 400 nrc................. 800
2 " 300 ar................. 00
2 " i'00 are................... 400
50 " 150 aro...................- 7,500
100 " 100 nre..................;.10,000
100 " 95 are...............;..9,508
100 " 85 ar..................... 8,06
APPROXIMATIOlN PR IZES.
Prives of $200 Al'x'g to $60,000 Prize arc $800
1 150 " 4" 20,o00 " 60
I" 125 .' * 10,uf00 " . 600
" 100 " " 5,000 -" 400
81)o " " 4.000 " 840
4 60 " " 3,009 ." 489
" 50 " " 2,000 " 400
B 40 " ", 1,500 " 320
06 " 20 " " 100 " 3,000
25,000 8 .2003,000
25,828 Prizes amounting to...........;$8,040
OKaTIFICATE OP PAeKAO!s will be sold a# the
following rates, which is the risk:
Certifiate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets, $39
S " 10 Half " .10
S " 18 Quarter " 7.
a" 10 EIghth " 7.50
RDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES,
Eneloso the money to oar address for the tlekets
rdered, on reoeipt.@f which they will be-forwarded
y frst mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending
n any figure they may designate.
The list -of drawn numbers and prizes will be
ent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
All communlicationls strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mall or
Express, to be directed to
McEINNEY & CO.,