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PELLETIER & C0,
HAMBURG, S. C.
WOULD RESPE CT
fully inrite the atten
tion of the public to
their L A R G E L Y re
plenished Stock of
D r 1u g s,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Their recent purchares in New York, selected
by one of the firm with the greatest cnre as to
.quality, enables them to uff.r their Goods at prices
as low is any similar establishmneur in the South.
The Public are respectfully invited to call and
examine for themselves.
ggCatalogues of Goods sold by them fur
nished on application to
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.,
Druggisto. Hiamburg, . C.
Aug 3 61n 30
Grover & Baker's
IS decd-dly better for Family use than any man
ufactured. One very desirable feature in these
improved Machines, is, that when compared with
all others, they are aoiselee. Diagrams prove the
superiorty, strength and elasticity of the stitch,
and the following testimonials prove the Ierfect
adaptation of the Machine for family and plauta.
EDGEFIELD DisTazCT, S. C., July, 1859.
The undersigned having had a Grover & Baker
Sewing Machine, purchased of M. A. RAssom, in
use in our families for some time past, take pleas
ure in giving our testimony to its complete adap
tation for family and plantation work, making a
"sam of great atrength and plastirity, is very sim
ple, easily learned and kept in order, and running
with so little noise as not to interfere with conver
pation, if carried on in an ordinary tone of voice in
close proximity to the machine. We regard these
Machines as among the greatest labor-saving in
ventions of the age. Signed,
J. W. STOKES, GEO. McD. WEVER,
A. J. CREIGIHTON, B. F. MAYS,
THOS. KERNAGHAN,; JAS. L. MATHIS,
WM. HILL, SAIM'L. J. BOYCE,
SIDNEY S. BOYCE, WM. SPIRES,
B. J. RYAN, 'A. M. BENSON.
JOHN A. ADDISON, I LUCIUS L. HALL,
(). D. MEMS, I E. T. HAMILTON,
ELIJAH WATSON, Sr. I JOEL CURRY,
JAS. S. HARRISON, ROBERT J. BUTLER,
A. J. HAMMOND, SAM'L E. BOWERS.
Copy of a Letter received from Rev. D.
Destossvttt, A pril 26th, 1859.
MR. M. A. BAssox-DCear Sir: The Grover &
Baker Sewing Machine which I purchased of you
last winter, has given cetire atisfaction. I have
seen many favorable notices published about thee
Machines, and from our e.rperience, we believe
them all without exageration. Doubtless, when
more generally known, they will be in general use,
anid accomplish what Hlon. Mr. Banks says, " work
as great a change in families, as railways have in
communities and States."
Respect fully, yours,
D. D. BRUNSON.
Extract of a Letter from W. U. Norris.
Rtocs, S. C., May 2nd, 1859.
Mu. M. A. R~ssou.-Dear Sir: I cheerfully as
sure you that we are well pleased with the Grovee
&; Baker Macbine. -My wife would n'ot he without
it for twice its cost. WV. H. NORRIS.
iRzv. T. F. WILLrIAs, of this District, writes thus.
Ma. M. A. Rassox-Dear Sir : I am pleased te
say that the Grover &; Baker Mac-hine bought o
you, works as well as I could desire. My wirr
finds no trouble in working it. Before purchasing
I examined other Mnchines, but did not like thr
stitch neaor as trell as that made by the Grover &
Baker. With my knowledge of these Machines.
and what I hear from others. I am thoroughly
convinced that no Machine can favorably compare
with thema for family use.
T. F. WILLIA MS.
Machines delivered and instructions given ii
thecir use, free of chzarg... in any pazrt of Edgetiel"
District. Should any Machine not perform well.
I will exchange it for one which will do good work.
All sates at manufacturers prices, with the ad.'i
tion of freight. M. A. RCANSOM,
Agent, -i the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co.
Hamaurg, Aug. 3, 1859 If 30
LIGHT for the SUFFERIING MIL LION
DR, MA PTIN''
A CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
.And ell Luneg Di jenne,-S1.ortness of Treath--Dy
pepsin oud J)yscentcry--Wlret ce'e of Croup
and C2.oe. d&c., dc., g& e-.
TU I 1 mnedicine is purely regetaldec. being com,
Jposedl entirely of~ hus' Rya Spri and WestI
India Gums. and other Ex'rac~s which arc healing
to the Lungs.
73r It is a niost pleasant drirnk.
far One bottle .hould be carried lay every man,
Womnan oar chit I t:,velinl.. to mix with the water.
;gdr-Price One tDollar Per Bottle.- :
pirFor sley It. L.(G ENT RY, Agenit, atSib
ley's Corner, with Me'sre. H. & N. E. Solomon.
where I always witt he found with a large supply
of the above'nI.tI.Is PnlotPnn-rv. Also,
I am always in the market (at Sibley's Cor
ner.) for psu:-hasing cot ton, and wilt pay thebhighest
market price fojr noee cottons.
For the above medicine, apply to
R. L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan. 25, 1S59. ly 3
DR. OULLIN'S REMEDY.
For Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Pain in the Jaw,
,.irk Head Ache, (if nervous) and in fact for alt
nervous pains, it is invaluable: try it. all you un
fortunate nervous pain snfferers. If it atop sick
Head Ache in twenty minutes, do not be alarmed.
Price, $2 per Bottle. For saile by
R. L. GENTRY, Ag't.
Hamburg, S. C., July 13, 1859 tf 27
JUlST received a full assortment of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, all sizes. Also, a new
style Case, full glass, full satin lining, and extra
fine. The Metalic Cases will be sold LOW FOR
CASH. We buy for Cash, and will be necessarily
compelled to sell on the same terms. Thirty days
is the longest credit that will be given.
Also, MAHOGANY COFFINS at Augusta pri
ces. Common WOOD COFFINS made to suit the
order, both in quality and price.
WITT & HUDSON
April 8 tf 1
State of South Carolina,
fjN EO 'JIT Y.
William P. Butler, et. aL)
vs. glifo A't.c
Guy Broadwater, Adm'or of J. r 1o ca.ec
Henry Christian, deceased.J
B Y virtue of an order made by Chancellor John
saon in the above stated case, Notice is hereby
given to all and singular, the creditors of the said
-J. Henry Christian, deceased, to present and proye
their respective demands before me in my Office,
on or before the first day of October next, on pain
of being precluded from the benefit of the deere
tal order of Court
A. SIMKINS, CL.as.
Commissioner's Office, June 14, 1859 3m 24
" The Old Business."
ALL persons indebted to the late firm of Wmn.
AHl. Harrison, Agont. are 'arnesttf requested
to call on mc at the Adeertiser Office and settle the
a ime. I am anxious to close up that hustnness.
p. R. DURISOB.
Au2 ...etf :s3
SEL L IN G 0F!
A $50,000 STOOK OF
DRY. GO ODS,
AT NEW-YORK COST,
As I am compelled to vacate the Store which I now occupy,
en the first day of October next, in consequence of its
having been rented from 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 27, 1859, tf 29
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD AND DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
COMPOSITIOJ.-It contains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alcoholie extract of
Queen's Delight, White Ash, Grey Beard, or Fringe-tree Chionanthus, Tincture of May Apple,
If the Liver and Blood are kept in a healthy condition by the use of this Compound Sar
saparilla, it will prove a great preventive of sickness, and a great saving of expense of
Female Complaints.-For Females, it is excellent in diseases arising from general
Debility or a torpid state of the l.iver, and its occasional adds a blooming vigor to the com
plexion. In Lucorrhea or Whites, it has been tried and found a useful and invaluable rein
edy. It checks morbifie secretions-removes the cause of disease by cleansing the Blood of
its impurities and acts as a touie to the system.
For Ciitdren.-This 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 efTect it preventing disease. It causes increased secretion
and passage of the bile, purifies and invigorates the system, and prevents the accumulation
of worms, by keeping .he child healthy. Its effect in preventing dseases or children makes
it a valuable FAMILY MEDICINE. -
For sale by Druggists generally. Price $1 per Bottle.
DR, DENNIS' STIMULATING OR- HOT BITTERS,
FOR DISPEPSIA IT . WILL PROVE AN INVALUABLE. REMEDY.
If food causes pai. 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
importaut remnedy for Females in.comnplaints arising from colds.
Dr. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
O R, SOU T HE RN PA IN-K L L ER,
FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS PAINFUL INFLAMMATORY SWELLINGS,
SPRAINS, SWELLED BREAST, PAIN IN THE BACK OR A COLD
SENSATION IN THE BACK, SORE THROAT, TOOTHACHE, &c.
A IMEICINE MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD) To TIlE FARMER
DR DENIS' Aul-FA8M II0l TIMR,
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 niay be made useftil in a great variety of
diseases of a mild nature, as in Colds, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pain in the Stomach or for
general family use.
For H~orses, Mules, c., this Tincture rarely fauils to cure even the worst cases of
Colic. In Wounds, Bruises, Cuts, Galls, Sores, &c., it prevents inflnummationi, and causes
the sores to heal. NO PLANTER SROULD BE WITHOUT IT.
nt"All the above Medicines are for sale in this Village by Drs. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE
andl E. MI. PKNN. June 1 5mi 21
CANDEE & McEWEN, i"o-T -a-o an~
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS. I 1F0 U N DR Y.
- HTAVING this day formed a
PCt0o, n wl rter h i wTITES oc AT .N E A A II h T I U
T aNINt al bunstustd tothinre.~ .AC N H O P.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES mnadu to
order and warranted.
iWF Particular attention will he paid to WatchL.14PKS&Corprcr,
repairing. F. Hf. CANDEE, UUTG.
P. F. McEWEN.ITAIGta ott~tnsv ~iiiswt
Edlgenield. Nov. I, 1858 tf 43I.SO OL ndPTE $i h
J. M. SINGER & CO'S. fralo~eafrgl Mns ilGnGaig
SEW NG MA CHINESI Scmiias aeat hnl ahns os
TUlE SEWING OF TUESESteTiWokInfcayrilcnIo,
World-Renowned Machines Baso EIc~UPI upt
C~.~OTfl E~ELL~, Aest. piNSl o., Prorieors
FROM HEHFIESTOMLLSNSnOdA A TT- TERN nthe
LEATalR TrACE!sIfor Goldj Mies M1isll1nGaig
by tuma inenuiy.Sha fPlTlyI Cook, Palor and RoxC
The scced nivrslly ad ae arrntd o es T i Work . Infatan article Iror.,
*.ue yearrorsmore ifndesired.r1s1
Tyca.nhooin o peaina theE LLiED, A ts Oils Var185. shy 1
SyhupofMrsn E inge ty. ilae
These Machines will ho sold at the samte price 7ini.ov01as,
here as at any of the Agenecs, or at ths principal
Etalishment in New York, the freight. onlyDETLADSRGCLITRMN,
aMde. GEO. .MNEL an experienredl Ma- FMRY&FNY RILS
cbinist, will attend to setting up and giing in- OsorzPAT.? ~vL
structions on all Machines sol.No 1,7OdStAusterga
LEWIS JONES, Agent. Ari11l'4
Machine Needles, Silk, Thread, &e., always on - -
bud' at the Milliner Shop. ~ ~ ~ ~ lrTfrf~~ll
Edgefeld C. H., April 13 tf 14 ~ j~~ U1 U 1~
The World's Renoned Wonder!
No South, North, East or West' llecac!dRealDc,.
BLA MES N0 SECTI05!SU A ,COFE TA,
But Stands on the mighty Watch Tower WNS RNIS
of the Universe to give Relief to
the Suffering World I AGNRPPODR IOLA
Doctor Martin's Great Remedy!GOERSofERYESITON
pW For sale by Capt. JA MES CA LLISON, ~ 9 RADATAG.T4 A
Shatterfield, S. C.
- R. L. GENTRY, Agt. Jn1.t
Hamburg, Aug 15 6 li2 Sae ot aoia
Executors Notice, DEIL DSRC,
T IE Legatees under the h31st Will and Testa- Sme .Goe
ment of Pleasant Burnett, decceased, are here- B.. raan ote.
by notified that a final settlement of the Estate otf r.?pI
said Testator will be nmade in the Ordinary's Office, Wn .Drse
at Edgefield Court House, on Tuesday the eighth Tute n tes
dyof November next. And the said Legatees Jta odrru outi
are requested to meet the uindersigned for that pur- I
psat the time an pae'above ,entione.d. ~ . h -eiuso h saeo ihr.Br
RALPH S. BURNETT. JEx'rs. prvthidcntdsborsuonrb--rte
July 27 1859 . n29 lt'a fOtbrnx:i eel hro
PINE CHEESE--PRIME BACON. dce oh rnucdi hscue
N OW in Stora s hot of A No 1 CH EESE; Au.; .3
Also, a choiee supply of BACON.____-______
For sale cheap for cash by j.tc.A~iainwl id ttenx
E. T. DAVIS, Agt. Seiuoftehiltuefr .rnwlf
July 12 tf 27 o h hre fteSn irFry
~OTICE.--Application will be made at the
Snext Legislature for the Charter of a Publice EIA UROE.- e
Rad running from the yury's Ferry Rtoad, near DzeofPrPOTVIEfomte'
Jas. M. Harrison's, to intersect a branch of Five tg fD.X~nndo irwl itit .C
Noc oa er h eiueuofJ . tdsm GS, . B BWES, A',
EsDENTAL ND 8tiRG1CAL85 ITFNTS
TpHE Undersigned, having foined' a Partner.
A ship, would respectfully invite attention t'o
their LARGE and VARIED Stock of
SPRING AND SUIMMEN GOODS
Which they are now receiving at the Store Room
lately occupied by Messrs. BLAND & BuTn..
Their Stock embraces a varleitb . .
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
MAMMLS 4 ON@NNMg
A variety of Goods for
MEN AND BOYS WEAR.
A variety of Ladies and Minsea
Heeled Gaiters, Bootees and Slippers.
A variety of Men and Boys
HA.T8 .D 8 1OES.
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. Wszovr,
and will do their utmost to please every customer.
H. R. DEAN.
April 27 tf 16.
W E have now in Store a LARGE ASSORT
Consisting of over fifty different kinds and flavors.
We can suit tho most fastidious, both as regards
style and flarnr.* We have many new kinds never
before offered in this place.
Also, a large assortment of FANCY..PLUMS,
intended expressly for ornamenting Cake, &c.
Our Goods are made expressly for us by one of
the first houses in New York, of the finest mate
rials, and warranted pure and no poison used in
Liberal discounts made to persons buying large
quantities for Parties, Pie Nics, &c.
CANDEE & McEWEN.
June 8 tf 22
CONLEY, FORCE & Co.,
Wholesal. and Retail Dealer. ii
. Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather;
French, American and German Calf Skins;
Lining, Binding and Top Skins;
Shoe Lasts, Shoe Pegs, Shoe Threads;
Shoe Tools, Bnot and Shoe Materials of every
Tanner's Tools, &c.
p-Orders promptly attended to.
Augusta, Jan. 18. 9m1 2
E are prepared to furnish Piano
Fortes from the following Cele
brated M auufactories, viz:
JACOB CHICKERING, Boston.
IALLET, DAVIES & CO., Boston.
A. W. LADD & CO., "
NUNNS & CLARK, New York.
BENNETT & CO., "
And of other New York Makers. We furnish In
struments exclusively to ORDER; and as we pay
no Store rent, no Clerk hire, no City taxes, we are
able to supply any kind of Instruments, from the
Jew's Harp to the Church Organ,
Than any Retail House South of New York, not
excepting Charleston and Augusta.
,29 Orders addressed to us at Augusta, or
Rome, Ga., will meet with prompt attention.
A. A. CLARK & SON.
p40 P. S.-I have had twenty yonra experience
in the art of T UNING and REPAIRING PIAN
OS, and I can conscientiously recommend the In
strumnicts of the above zmakers, as being at least
equal to any anufkctured in the United States.
At all events, I challenge any porson who wants a
PIANO to try one of them six months.
A. A. CLARK.
Augusta, April 4, 1859 tf 13
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T HUE subscriber, after returning thanks to theIr
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Districts,
for their liberalqpatronagc durng" the last ton years,
would inform them that they 5still continue to keep
on hand a large assortment of
fromi the celebrated manufactorics of Raven Bacon
&~ Co., Hu~zelton Bros., and A. H. Gale & Co., New
York, for whom they arc sole Agents. These In
struments having already won such far-famed cc
lobrity, it is only necessary for us to repseat that fur
#trength , duraubility and inish, together with punscr,
depth, ,Wecrne und '.ftnaea of lonse, they challenge
conmpetitiou. Pecrsons wanting a Superior Piano
Forte, would do much better to call and select from
a large asortment. than by dealing with Pecdlars
and agents of inferior makers, where they have no
cboice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
ferior Instruments, than fine ones 'of superior
mnakers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
every respect, so the purchaser runs no risk what
ever. Persons ordering from aL distasnce from us
can depend upon getting a GO00) ARTICLE, as
we make it a point to keep goods of the 'eet quality
and such as we can recommend and warrant in
every respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly receiving all
new pieces us they are published.
GUiTA R anud VIOLIN STRINGS
of the the best quality always .on baud. They
wouldl alsom call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
and other nrticles. Also, always on hand the lang
est assortment in the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORtDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN DOWR,
.te,, and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Caurhari's anid Needhasn's and Prince's celebragted
Accordeons and Violins Repaired in the
All of the abcove articles sold at low prices for
CJA.SII or City neceptances by
.GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER,
RO A Il-ST., Auguta, Ga.,
[Between United Slates and Globe Hotels.]
A pril 7, I85 ,if 13
W, H, SALISBURY & C,,
No. 257 BROAD STREET,
HOUSE FU.RNISHING GOODS;
PLAI andi PLANISEED
BLI C TILADF
GALVANIZED IRION PiPES;
GAS FIPES & 'E'ITTINGS;
WOOD and WILLOW WARE, te., &c.
EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
We arc constantly receiving additions to our
And invite the attention of all in wnf of anything
in our Line.
WE KEEP ON HAND A GO00 ASSORTMENT OF
Which we are prepared to put up itnhort notice
FOR THiE SALE OF THlE'WELLNOWN
MANUFACTURED IN TIS CITY,
THE BEST STOVE NOW IN iAwE.
VI . 18AtIS8mY & I0.,
No. 3 DeKalb Range,,
ar. 0 at 12 - o.am ae s.
WOOl), EDDY & 00'S.
SIGH." I ll I I B B f Q RIE I!
Clhartered by the State of Georgia.
Capital Prize, $50,000!
.W00D, ED0X & CO., JNANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
T IIE following Scheme will be drawn by WooD,
Enoy A Co., Managers of the S P A R T A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotterli for Sept., 1859, t AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 36 DraWs Saturday, Sept 3,1859.
Class 37 Draws Saturday, Sept.10, 1859. i
Class 38 Draws Saturday, Sept 17, 1859.
Class 39 Draws Saturday, Sept 24;1859.
On the Plan of Siale Numbers,
- - S,4 O 'x .X 'E.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVEEY NINE TICKETS
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER I
t Priziof -..., -*.0,000 1 Prize of .........$1,5t0
1 ".... 10,000 50 " ........... 500
I ......... 1000 100 ........... 400
1". .... .... ,000 1 " .......... 800
I ......... 4,000 10j. " ........... 150
1 " ......... 8,000 100 " ....100
4 Prizes of $400 Approx'at'g to $50,000 Prize are $1,600
4 " " a00 " " 20,000 " " 1,200
4 " " 250 " ' 10,00 " d 1.000
4 " " 225 " " 5,1.)o " 900
4 " " 201) " " 4,000 " " Bo
4 " " 150 " " 8,00) " " 600
4 " " 100 " I 1,500 " a 400
5000 " " 20 are........................... 100,000
5,d:85 Prizes amauntingto...............8320,000.
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5;QUARTERS $2j
*&WRenember that ever Prize in the above
Scheme is drawn and payable in full without de
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
following rates, wtich is the risk:
Certilleateof Package of 10 Whole Tickets,.........$80
"1 " 10Half "..... 40
" 10 Quarter ...... 20
" " 10 Eighth "..... 10
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
CLA.SS, No. 518,
DrawsW ednesday, September28, 1859,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
78 Numbers-14 Drawn Balots.
NEARLY 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS!
1 Grand Prize of $30,000!
I Prize of $1.,7-42! 5 Prizes of $1,500!
5 Prizes of 2,000! 10 Prizes of 600!
Ac., &c., &c., c.
34,412 Prizes Amounting to $5867,962,
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5; QUAR $21
IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES, en
close the money to our address for the Tickets ordered,
on receipt of a hich they will be forwarded by first mall.
Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they
he List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers Immedhaely after the drawing.
Purchasers will piese write theirslgnatures plain, and
give their Post Office, County and State.
All prizee of $1,000 and under, paid immediately after
the drawing-other prizes at the usual time of thirty days.
NOTICE TO COU1FPONDENT.-Those who.pre
fer not sending meney by maill, can ute TIIE ADAMS
EXPRESS 0MPAN Y, whereby money for. Ticketa. n
sums or Ten Dollar4, and upwards, can be sent AT OUR
RISK AND EXPENSE. from any city or town where
they have an offo,. The money and order must be
enclosed In a " Government Post Office Stamped Envel
ope," or the Express Company cannot receive them.
All commtncations strictly confidential.
Address Orders fcr Tickets or Certificates to
WOOD, EDDY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmington, Del..
fTr- A list of the numpbers that are drawn from
the wheel, with the amount of the prize that each
one is entitled to, will be published after every
drawing, in the follo wing pa pers :-A,.quta: (Ui.)
on, New York Heratel and New York Times.
Aug. 31, 1859 tf
SAN F O RD' S
IT Is conmpouniied .ntlrely frean Gumu, and
thas becotme an establishedu fact, a Standard Medicine,
known and approved b~y *alttt aes.ltnzdi
now resorted to, with~ cnn. Idneinatteisus
fur which it Is recomt- e.d.
It hes cured thounands aihnth nttw er
who had gIven up all hpso eif steu
tmerwus unsolicited cer- iine nzt xssii
sho0w. Tn oems eitp
ted to the temperanent -othiniaiaitkgI
it, anid uedi in such. atuan- ttls st c etyo
the B3owels. Lttedcae fyu
Jdgement guilde yin , eusofteIVti
Coini,lainta,Hil:ionuun Atcs yppi
Chrounic Diarrlu tea, S i ae*Voi
plaints, Dysent.!ry,' Dropay S
Sitomach, Hiabihual. osienu, tr
Ic, (cholerua, Chole- -r ols htr
Infantuna, Falu-! enc asuie
Female Weak.ass- , nmabeu.ds.
esfuly as nOrdinia- ~r aiyle!
thousatds tan f estify.)ii
two or three Tlea-!~ pOnusa~tl
en at comnetucment of~ tak
All who use it are gvn hi et,,n
PrceOn Dllrdencr Ball tedsae
Chopes o. rel ea h u
The Ftuit Cat arti PIL dis amuet btndap
live Cathrtic whc thea; poreo s indivdua takng
hisprctie uaireisti itwes to ear gntl. o
Thu costantl itners Le l be dcutes trf yhour
who hve loug usd the he u.s anf the uItE-R
itiloed tn. t.-l~ns ti. nndwitiit wthe re f Lt.e
~ FAMILY C C-tiveneI s C olteI
has wht de rreenc tI e'tn ell Jaunliee t.
bee cotponeld ruutn s~ a:ety and ma e ursd V.ne
aliy Familvy par d1
etabe Etratswtn~ta. H E goo aD sAe CH al,(:
raneuiont .~ th1 Spoonuna~ah kp
ness Pant .egBcvinthir Losimn,
ine its ole bot, .f.l sddncll.wc
leTEsINeVIG oRAT' ~ah,N SurWeiLLOW
t ritc e l On Doll unaror Bottle.
ThL ASC I-; r Tigt, andil epintl a
ThFayC hartic PilsarILtu~~ L lgils gtebut and.
oive Cahlrtie whyc the proprh al ietour haswused:
Thecontanlyincens: lin deid rm hs
whotae logse Sthe CP arLondteats
th nrisa o dicu Btintit..,d 1.p1tosfth oes
The vAirtu ofA-' '~ulrHiue ARTnIClPor ..
ha3, with, dereterence to prese anhd wrove etabiher cc-t
bee opdetds frmn,Cie ,n ay Offi oth ur lre:.
oete Exiract, dwhleh Ote nextnik on evey a of tiw
ralentrm tha~ade goodifl u thed fe inalle f
tas he s~tr.e n thteis exneedd uhn e
nesePainsin Ah BackT , and L i. a
Cstiner Pacc Ju nd4 iSoenen over
The Stat Ie body So u e Col,;c
frenyi ngetead. oterdis, ln <.reo
S elto Aof an otherd ove .ae a y
thS diece a bd ahe orn e f ansarylw Iina
Aes tin ts an ti. -inulre redits ,f
Rhers.Eiabthm ab g de urife of rlte Aiieod
and anya defore ml andhmak proof of their, rto
puetis dets; mntiin ar hader tifiem in t.
lT o heier Indobgorthey wind Famrctily froa
thed wholesateob the Tdeet winll he rgenuwne.
in.tisTa . A S~IMKmD, M~r. .,
Aug.~r O.ficaAu y9 iRO 2u
iN Stoe algupy of So th EroSEna
outW Ygang od t ur t
Bej ad n .A. Aison, andE
Ex'ors ofJ*bB mtd'd neo 1ohn
HORA, WISE & C0.,,
(SUCCESSORS TO JAMES M. NEWBY & COMPANY.)
D E.A.L ErS IlT
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING
ME1%T od BOTB,
Under the United States Hotel, Augusta, Ga@
HORA, WISE & 00.,
HAVE JUST OPENED THEIR STOCK OF
FOR MEN AND BUYS WEAR.
Persons wanting GOODS in their line, can be shown one of the best assortments ever
offered in Augusta.
THEIR STOCK OF
CLOTHS, GASSIMERES. AND VESTINGS,
HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH CARE, AND COMPRISES THE NEWEST AND BEST
Grade of Goods known to the Trade.
THEY WILL BE GOT UP IN THE BEST STYLE, AND WARRANTED IN EVERY
INST2ANCE TO GIVE SATISFAOTION.
CALL AND LOOK THROUGH.
Augusta, Ga., June 8,1859. tf 22
s1 MM E R. 00 D t
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
ENTIRE CLEARING OUT!
Out of the many articles reduced, I would only
Tnention a few, as
SUMMER SILKS, good quality, 20 per cent. Cheaper than before;
Foulard SILKS, at 50 cents, formerly sold at 75 cents ;
Silk L AWNS, at 50 " " " at 75 cents ;
Foulard R OBES, at $7 00, " " at $12 00 ;
L AWNS, at 6j cents, formerly sold at 12) cents;
L AWNS, at 10 cents, formerly sold at 181 cents ;
Superfine LAWNS, at 123 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 12i cts., formerly sold at 25 cents ;
Lawn ROBES, at $1 5(0, formerly sold at $3;
Lawn ROBES Donble Skirts, at $3 and $4, formerly sold at $5 and $6;
PINE APPLE CL OTH, at 181 cents, formeriy sold at 37} cents;
PINE APPLE ROBES, at $2, formerly soldl at $5;
Figured B3AREGES, ai; 25 cents, formerly sold at 50 cents;
Barege ROBES, at $3 tand $4, formerly sold at $5 and $6 ;
Barege ROBES, Double Skirts, at $7 and $8, formerly sold at $12 and $15;
Bayadere DUCA L, at I 21 cents, formerly sold at 25 cents ;
Barege DELAINE, at l23 cents, formerly sol at 25 cents.
M~ANTILLAiS, at 67 00, formerly sold at $12 00
S " 6 50, " " " 10 00
" " 6 00, " " " 9 00
AND ALL THE LOWER PRICED ONES IN PROPORTION.
Pantaloon Stuffs reduced 20 per cent, &c,
Ladies' Extension HOOP S'- lIRTS, 15 Springs, at $1 00; a very fine Linen Cambrie
HANDKERCHIEF, at $1 50 per dozen, worth $3 00 ; Hemstitched HAND
KERCHIEFS, r t $2 50 per dozen, a New Lot of those SWISS
BANDS. at 25 cents, worth 75 cents and $1 00.
7.a 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 29, 1850 tf 25
WITT& HUDSON, JCOBS-CODA
H AV OPEED AThe Great Southern Remedy for
FURNITURE ROOM, ALL BOWEL DISEASES,
Between E. Penn and John Coigan, C/;l7y ~,Cuer r tny'"' Alsy, , lri.,
WH ERE W E H AVE ON TIA ND A COM PiLEE4yo/Pe 'aybnn~ e~l
ASSORTME:NT OF FURNITURE, ,TE bl en~qteri5. a/ MENiR.VoN. Ar
-As folluws :- IIE VIRTUES OF .IAt OB'S CORI' Si
Itoo well kuwn to requireencomiima.
1st. It cures the worst ene of Trpentery.
)2nd. It eures the worst forun.tran Dtirrhea.
BOK CASES, LIBRARIES, DESKS, 3d icrsCtfri.,.~lc
Sideboards, t.Icue llaInino.
BUREAUS. BUREAU WASFR STANDS, 7h iezc~Pi i h ukadLis
WASH STANDS, h.trtrtsNru.nsadDepdfl.
With Marble tops-sIngle and double. 9h .rs.rsJr~lrts
WASH STANDS OF EVERYI KIND,
PAIILJI TAJ~,~ Atfe Itrcts Cfom LenttrsTtimonia
with Slals, IIEADNU r~nd UA 7th I t eree c aoi' C'i inth Bac a l and
TABLES BOWE4 AN])CLOTAN Sh . fuIt racts~ Nervousnet and Dpnmjdeny.
of. retoes irreupr e meCort.G
A ch~UR~Iti1U.E'"It gies Gl om I ndie ystrei e ialet elin
BEDRO~~1 c ~~ A. ~ ~ dh It- mendaW Aodiral T~ .nronalexei.c
with labs, READI N I R R and QUt"Ihae usedriJacob' or ia l einh r my f ie nd
R A S I N C aud me inea sficient, arnc fin m e t bug e-t
t'isFin Sttiofn ockin CnoIS, W. IA U NEROD,
Chil.' ofzhi C-A~S .Frel Jludge Sup r e Court, n.t. F
A chhR S j'R "tak geatn pleasure in reoening thi recn
BED-alualemendcine oall afliy owi boel ee riec
WOR BONG SROOL AND, LIBR-R roume-eidcda suericintuanythele fo ev er
PABLER3 SES OFFICE CE AI, Stoilr en e itb toe alta tprmt obvz
BMiReA' Stin C3adS oknSARS ED W. . GUDRWO.
Cds TaS CARS, LOkN FDrerty Jg.M fe ror CoCerorcuit.~
.A LASS OAiE c "I hake ureat plaosrdia in cfmmily, ah n
Alsoseverl excllentpiece ofluwhab ll edi r oto a emedyt btoe s
A LT FNC WRK ABES cho ae rie it, I believe ie to beliesvereatitn~
WORKET , CK L AND AND S, RU - N anmdy--oudecied is uei ny the igelse fver
'ATSEWINDOWCORFICE. SES, whre' itis mpounded
TlR AUSSELARS, CURAIES, MIL- A A. AULDIN,.
CTOEDS, CRDLEaLChiN erty k G ..f teGrnde of Georgia i." E
& &L A PLAT , e "It hve use aycbCrdi lt: in hman tfam ny, nd
~Thhis, withartiIheer about itlare remedy byrthosed
roAlhehstoserl ixn piece ork fn wil h'aob hav Coridit, m~u est eto b e ien ve alli t
CARPTIN, sand atthe ha r vr preparations fo the kin d, ar
'APE aTA price for IN.casANDan I Fo l thecssofemmen in ite fnavhediscing for
M AT, WINDe oldst nd, E , HADtm E S wor ichmal qat s i t m u st e ry E f.r D Bin nc, as
CORD. TASELS CURAIN INS, Cashier Marine.,ndtFirefIns.iBk, Grifin." E
rnm the wibet peures in wo.awinl byou or "rThios ftrdy theraeln nof elbrites
; towk prics Tfo cash-SO From th mas o f atestnyin his avrns min Rsin, 1
Apr thodstnwwilort nu to wok fo and uaresi t mundt b eever urinedvanc, as
p ~aJfratonn 4a A-ls FLEMING, i
A C ARD. SOAD.BY DRUGGI.STS EVERYWHERE.
E s ,bscriber taikes this method of returning pr Merchants. Druggists and Physicians sup-.
Ahis thanks to his friends for the ir liberal sup- plied by J. ASHURiST, Importer and Wholesale
ion during the past year, and respectfuilly informs Dealer, Charleston, S. C. A
her an tepblic gnrally, that he still con- Sept. 22, 1858. ly 37
oshi FAnd$LY GROCERY, and will al
rayns eep onabnd a COMPLEyL' STOCK of 7 0 PLANITERS-COTTON GINS of the
erayshn ine othe Grocery line, to which he invites 1best quality, with 10 inch Saws, delivered at "p
beatutenton of the trading public. His terms are any Rail Roadr landing in the State, at $2,00 per
eonbeashe is convinced that "a n in'ble Saw. For particulars address
-ea~ y sonble ,-'t~an a slowe 3Silli"'g-" .3- M- ELLIOTT,
Also o hand, a large stock of B 0 O TS A N D Winusboro, S. C.
i 0 E S, fo sale "heap. pm Premium awarded at the State Pair, Nov. J
T HOMAS KERN lAGIIAN. 1858.
.. bug..- C- Jan. 5.1859. 1y 52 Auuil h3, 1.859 . U.
Wholesale iaARWDeaffi a
frauttvgiu1i pA al1 astercau
Ne 180 - E86ad SStret,--,A . as
1,000 pounds for sle very low, by
W. H. TUTT, DaIVG@r,
180 Broad-st., ugussa.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LPD, &c.
0. .-. Gallons English Lln'sed bi
10,000. Pownds Pure White Leadj
COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for sale at very low
igures, by W. H. TUTT, DavoozsT,
108 Broad-st., Au s;
SPERM, WHALE and LARDOIl
k large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, DaveotsT,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
Lhe best article known foi making Soap-cheaper
wd better than Potash. For sale by
W. H. TUTT, Dtuoctsv,
108 Broad4L, Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 48
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, &C,,
&t Wholesale.and R etail,
DRSeA. G. & T. J. TEAUGE,
.4EE pleasure in announoing: to their friends
and the public generally that they have jurt
received a large.accession of PURE and FRESH
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &C.,
To their already extensive Stock, embracing the
most valuableiVEGETABLE EXTRACTS, as well
as the Drug In its crude state.
All Tlnctures, Essenees, Powders,
PILLS,- &O. .
Propared with care and in strict accordance with
the best and latest Pharmaccepias.
lastraments, Surgical and Denials
HOSPITAL AND CHAIR CUSHIONS,
HOT WATER BAGS, a.
BRACES AND TRUSSES
Of various patterns, common and very fne.
PHYSICIANS' OFFICE FURNITURE.
Glass Specie Jars;
Tinct. Stands, all sires;
Medlal Saddle Bags;
Pocket Medicine Cases;
Funnels, every kind;
Scales and Weights;
Spatulars, Pi.Tye, Ae., &o.
All of the most Reputable Nostrums.
Strengthening Plasters, Pain Extractors, Eradlca-.
torn and Alleviators.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
A -full and complete stock.
WINDOW AND COACH GLASS,
Various sizes and cut to any size and shape desired,
1,000 POUNDS PUTTY,
Fresh from the manufactury.
A well selected and varied assortmentof the BEST1
PERFUMERY, embracing Lubin's Genule, and
Wright a Edrehi's deservedly popular Handker
chief Extracts--Musk, superine Grain and Ex
tract-Otto of Rose-Cologne, &c.
Pomatums a great variety;
Hair Oils, Drepsers;
Restoratives, Dyes and Dipilatories :
Ci'smetica, Soaps, and a great variety of articles
for the toilot.
A complete assortment of Culinary Extracti, to
,rether with a large supply of Allspice, Pepper,
Ginger, Nutmeg, Macc, Clove,, Tumerie, &c.
Colgate's Turpentine, White, Casteel and Toilet
Casteel SOAP, white and common.
A splendid assortment of Hair, Tooth, Nail,
El1esh, Paint, Varnish, Marking, Whitewash, Crumb
Lud Shoe DR USHE8;
COMBS, a fine and varied collection.
Emabracing Commnun, Fine and Saperfine Note,
asap and Letter PA PE R;
Envelopes, Steel Pens and Pencils;
INKS, a large stock of the very BEST-superi
er for making records;
Violin and Guitar STRINGS;
Water Colored PAINTS in boxes;
P'ink Saucers, Thermomieters, Ac.
SHOE BJL ACKING, a splendid article.
Fine Liqours for Medicinal lises.
a upply on hand of Fine IIRANDY, WINES,
i1N, and somae pure unadulterated WHISKEY,
ix years old, for Medicinal purposes.
TOBACCO, SEGAES, . SNUF, &c.
Having been uninterruptedly engaged in the
)rug business, in this plaee, for 10 years, with
heir experience in the practice of Medicine in
his climate for near 25 years, they have necessa
iiy learned the wants of this section. And hat
ng made the acquaintance and obtained the confi
once of the most reliable Importing Drug Blouset',
hey bay from first hands; and their Stock has
ecu carefully selected and bought by one of the
ir, who has just returned from the best Northern
tarkets, with reference to the purity of the article,
a preference to the price.
Aed they are happy to say, that theycan sopv.i
>hysicians, M,.rchamsi and Planters arnd all e"-,
rith GENUINE DRIUGE, MEDIC1pria any
n as good terms a, they can beAG E
thter Southern maurke. AtE
A. G. &T tf 11
Edgefield, S. C., May1 1'
P~g tRESH spplyof
Consisting in part of
A. B. C, Crushed, Powdered and Granulated
Rio, Lagnyra and Java COFFEE;
N. 0. MIOL ASSES and SYR UP ;
lonng ilyson, Illneck and Imperial TEA;
RICE and MACCARONI;
IA CK EREL, No. 1, 2, 3 and Mess;
SPICES of nll descriptions ;
EEAST POWDERS and SODA ;
Sperm and Adainantine CANDLES;
CANDIES and CONFECTIONERY;
Soda and Butter CRACEERS; -.
PICKLES in pints, qta., I gal. and gallons ;
Blraudiedl and Proserved FRUITS;
C0RDIALS, PORTER. ALE, &c.;
romatto, W~alnut and Mushroon CA TSUPS;
MiUSTARD, Sardines, Lobsters, Sialmn ;
lacercl and Oysters;
Dried BEEF and TONGUES;
RLA ISlNS, CURR AN TS, CITRON, PRUNES;
Dried FIGS, DA TES, G ELATINE;
LEMONS and ORANGES;.
NTUTS, Almonds, Pecan, Hazel and Walnuts;
MATCHES, BLACKING, BRUSHES;
WOOD) WARE-Painted and Well Buckets,
ass Bound Water Buckets, Measures, Cocoa Dip
Those Goods have becn bought from the beat
>uses in Philadelphia, and will be sold at LOW
GiURES FOR CASH.
p0All persons indebted wi do me anespeeial
for to pay the same forthwith.
E. T. DAVIS, Agent. .
May 18 tf 19
LL prsos haingdemands against the Es
prepeat them to the underaigned duly artested,
dthey are requested to furnish the Exec-utor
th a t~rue copy of their respeeftive'elainm, in 'r
r that he may know how much of the property
will he necessary to, sell to pay the debts of said
tate. And those indebted to said Estato are to- -
ested to make immediate payment.
. M1. FRAZIER, Ex'or.
June 29, 1859. tf 25
NEARGORANITEVILLE, S. C.
ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of
South Carolina and the South at largo, that he
now prepared to furnish
W! EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
s well made, of au good material, and on as rea
mable terms as can be found any where in the
gg Persons desiring further information will
ease address me at Graniteville, S. C.
Jan. 19, 1859 tf , .- 2
LL COTTON RAGS WANTED, for
I.which cash will be pad by
Eb . BOWERS; Ag't.
.ESabrge V.Ib.A t