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PULISnED vYRY WRENESDAY MORNING.
A. SIMKINS, D. R. DVRISOE, & E. EEESE,
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Two DOLLARS per year if paid in advance-Two
DOLLARS and Firrr CENTs if not paid within six
months-and TRaEE DOLLARS if not paid before
the expiration of the year.
Subscriptions out of the District and from other
States must invariably be paid for in advance.
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All advertisements will be correctly and conspie
nously inserted at Seventy-five Cents per Square
(10 Minion lines or less) for the first insertion, and
Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. When
only published Monthly or Quarterly $1 per square
will be charged.
Transient Advertisements, to secure publicity
through our columns, must invariably be paid in
Advertisements not having the desired number
of insertions marked on the margin, will be con
tinued until forbid and charged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year can do
so on the most liberal terms-it being distinctly
understood that contracts for yearly advertising
are confined to the immediate, legitimate busines
of the firm or individual contracting.
All communications of a personal character will
be charged as advertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
will be charged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Announcing a Candidate (not inserted until paid
for.) Five Dollars.
For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to
be paid by the Magistr te advertising.
J. E. MUNGER,
Successor to E. Tweedy,
H AS now in Store a large Stock of FINE GOLD
Of celebrated makers. Also, a Rich variety of
Sets of CORAL, CAMEO AND LAVA in
Etruscan and fine Gold.
DIAMONDS, RUDY and GARNET in Pin!,
Rings and Ornaments.
A great variety of GOLD FINGER RIINGiS,
BREASTPINS, EAR RINGS. Watch KEYS,
CHARMS. Neck. Vest anil Fob CHAINS;
1i. S. Mint Standazrd of Solid Silver SPOONS
and FORKS. fancy Sets;
LADLES, GOBLETS, CUPS, T11TM3BLES, &c.;
FANCY GOODS in great variety suitable flor
Fine Eilver Plated CASTORS, CAKE BASKETS.
CANDLE STICKS, Double Plated SPO'ONS and
FORNS, BUTTEE KNIVES, &e.
Cheap Pocket KNIVES for Boys, and a irge as
sortment of FINE PEN and POCKET CUTLERY
whicheannot beundersold; also DIRKandBOWIE
Colt's, Remmington and Allen's REPEATERS,
Single Barrel PISTOLS;
BELTS, CAPS, &c., in fine variety.
93.-m o-$.A.c Z~Ms.
My assortment is complete in Gold, Silver and
Steel Frames. And I can suit any sight and pro
long good vision to old age.
I have a greater variety and a larger number
than the whole market can show. and at prices
from $1,50 to $30 each, warranted perfect time
LAMPS AND KEROSENE OIL,
Pure, at $1,25 per Gallon.
CLOCKS, WATCHES and MUSICAL BOXES
faithfully repaired at the lowest rates and war
Augusta, Nov 30 tf 47 4
HATS! (APS! MftRRElA!
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GEO. W. FERRY,
H AS now in Store the LARGEST and MOST
SELECT ASSORTMENT of Goods in his
line in the City, consisting in part of
Gen*4' Moleskin, Cassimere, Freneh-felt, Hun
garian and Ledger HATS, black and fancy colors.
Cloth, Silk-Velvet, Plush and Casaimere CAPS;
Youths and Childrens Plain and Fancy HATS
and CAPS, every variety of lute and elegant
Mens and Boys Ledger and Plantation WOOL
UMBRELLAS of all grades, at low prices.
7erMerchants and Planters will save money
by purchasing of
GEO. W. FERRY,
Masonic Hall BuildIng, 2-4 Broad St.,
Augusta, Ga. ~
SPEARS & HIG-HT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICL.ES,
Or.osTrE PLANtTERS' HOTEL,
No. 316, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia.
April 11 ly 14
LIDERAL 1NDUCEMhENTS TO AGENTS!I
Fifty Dollars a Month, and all Exp~en
'-rTE wish to engage an active agent in every
I County throughout the United States and1
Canadas, to travel andl introduce our NEW~ TWEN
TY DOLLAR DOUBLE THREAD LOCK
STITCH SEWING MACINE. This Eleelsior
Machine is just pa:tented, with valuable improve.
ments, which make it the ehoapest andl most popu
lar machine in existence, and ackuowledlged to be
unlsurpassedl foir general utility. A litnitel numn
lher of responsibule agents are wanted to solicit or
ders by sample, to whom a salary of Soih per mnonth
and expenses will lbe piaid. For condlitions andl
full particulars address, with stamp for return
postage, .J. W. IIAIIRIS A CO.
No. 13 Shoe & Leather Exchange,
Nov. 16, 8t 45
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!
NE AR G RA NIT EV IL LE, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens o
South Carolina and the South at large, that he
is now prepared to furnish
OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
As well made, of aq good material, and on as rea
sonable'terms as can be found any where in the
. g' Persons desiring further information will
please address me at Graniteville, S. C.
JTan. 19. 1859 tf 2
Brought to Jail
O tisDistrict, a Negro man who says that
Ohis name is JOUIIDAN, and that lhe belongs
t., one Zipson Scott, of Cabarrus County, N. C.
Said Jourdan is about 40 years of age, 5 feet
10 inches high, weighs 135 lbs., and as to cotn
plexion,-he is all negro.
Jourdan states that he was, when taken up, on
his way to Mississippi, where he has spent the
greater part of his life.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay expenses and take him away, other-1
wise he will be decit with as the law directs.
T. H1. CLARK, J. E. D.
Dee 6 tf 48
yOTICE.--All persons indebted to me will
4make payment immediately to J. A. Devore,
whom I have appointed my Agent during my ab
sench from the State; and those having claims ]
against me will present the same to him for pay
ment. A. W. LOWE. 1
Dee ' 4m 48
FO()R SALE 50,000 BRICKS, well burnt,
at $8,00 Cash, or $10, oa credit.
n.- a tf 41
CHEAP DRY GOODS!
WM. 0. NORRELL,
(Successors to Broom & Norrell,)
Would call attention to his large and attractive Stock of
CHOICE FAMILY DRY COODS,
Rich Dress Goods, Silk and Delain Robes, Black and Fancy Silks, Plaids, Valencias,
Aferinos, Coburgs, &c. Dress Trimmings, Large Stock.
Rich Velvet Cloaks, Cloth Cloaks
. and Shawls.
Large Stock of Embroideries, at prices lower than ever offered in Augusta
Besides a large and extensive stock of Pantaloon stuffs, Domestics, House-keeping
3oods, Hosiery and Flannels.
FINE BED AND NEGRO BLANKET,
Large Sales and Small Profits, is our motto, and everybody is cordially
invited, whether they buy or nqt, to call and examine our Goods and prices.
New Goods constantly received from our New York Agent, and a great many
lesirable Bargains always on hand. Cone and Look if you don't buy !
~Goods delivered in the City and Hamburg, free of Charge.
I have secured the services of Mr. M. A. RANSOM, as principal salesman, who
will be pleased to see his Edgefield friends, and to give them his individual attention.
Augusta, Nov. 9, 1859 3m 44
NOW IS .THE TIME FOR
Gray & Turley,
Beg to call the attention of the Citizens of Edgefield and
the adjoining Districts to their
Pitt. AND II IN1.TER oil 6OOB1
Which they are now receiving, purchased on such rivorable terms as to warrant
them in assuring their friends and eustomers that they can
save them at. least from
On all fine and imported Goods. The question may naturally arise, how is it
possible for them to do so ? In answer to tis%, they wish it to be
distinctly remnembered, that their's is the
1NLY HOUSE IN GEORGIA
That keeps an experienced Purchaser, all days in thme year, in the Northern
Markets, with the Cash in hand to pick up BARiGAINS, wherever
they are offered. When this facet is renmmbered, it will lie
easily perceived that they buy Goods from fifteen
to twenty-five, and in many cases
FIFTY PER CENT. LESS:
Than the same class of Goods can be bought for when the Northern Markets
ar-e crow ded w ithi Southern and Westerni Merchant~s, lay ing -1
in their six month's supplie...
Their's is Strictly a Cash House !
They buy and sell forp CAS[H ; and to save the feeinmgs of all on this subject
who imight feel hurt on a refusal to open accou~nts with thmem,
Flhey distinctly state that they open accounts with no
one, not eveni if they wree worth a Million.
Lhey beg to refer to a few of the leading articl. in the
different depar-tments of their Stock. In their
Dress Goods Department,
Will be found the most
Of the Season.4
SUPERFIOR ALL WOOL DEL AINE ROBES
New and Elegant styles rich
VEILVET CL< AKS!
* Also, the latest Parisian styles of
SUPERIOR CLOTH CLOAKS.
Plain and Figured in New and Beautiful D.esigns.
BEAUT WUL BRIDAL '1ROBES !
Second Day Dresses !
In this Department we have the
BEST N'ECRO BLANKETS
[n America, warranted to weigh Eight. Pounds per Pair.
iERG1A PLAINS AND KERSEYS OF THE BEST MAKE,
H-eavy Osnaburgs and Stripes.
And, in fact, every kind of the Best Dry Goods that can
> used on a Plantation.
(rjWe would respectfully invite the attention of the
eople of Edge field to our entire stock, guaranteeing them
saving of at least Fifteen to Twenty-five per Cent. We
efer with pleasure and confidence to those of your neigh
>ors who have dealt with us for the veracity of this state
GRAY & TURLEY.
WOOD, EDDY & CO'S,
Dapital Prize, $100,000!
NEARLY 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 9 TICKETS!
THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS
>f Wood, Eddy & Co.'s Singlo Number Lotteries
will tako in public, under the Superintendence of
iworn Commissioners, at Augusta, Georgia, as
J1ass 51 Draws Saturday, Dec. 17, 1859.
31ass 56 Draws Saturday, ,a. 21, 1860.
lass 60 Draws Saturday, Feb. 18, 1860.
To take place as above specified.
I Grand Prize of $100,000!
1 Prize of...$50,000 1 Prize of.$5,000
1 1" . 30,000 1 " . 5,000
1 "....... 15,000 20 Prizes of.... 2,000
1 ". 10,000 100 .. 1,000
I " ....... 5,000 jlOO "...500
1 "....... 5,000 100 ... 400
1 1.1010 " ....... 300
4 Prizes of $600 Ap'x to $100,000 are $2,400
4 91 500 is i 50,000 11 2,000
4 " 400 10 " 30,000 .. 1,000
4 " 300.... 15,000 1,200
4 " 200 " " 10,000 " ,00
20 " 100 " " 5,000 " 2,000
5,000 Prizes of $20 are........................100,000
5,520 Prizes amounting to .............$615,000
Whole Tickets 620, Halves $10, Quar
ters $5, Eighths $1,50.
THE ORDINAR DRAWINGS
)f Wood Eddy & Co.'s Lotteries will take place at
ugusta, Georgia, as follows
Class 49 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 3, '59.
Class 50 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 10, 959.
Class 52 Draws on Saturday, Dec. "4, '50.
Class 53 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 31, 959.
Class 54 Draws on Saturday, Jan. 7, '60.
Class 55 Draws on Saturday, Jan. 14, '60.
Class 57 Draws on Saturday, Jan. 28, '60.
To take place as above specified.
One Grand Prize of $50,000,
1 Prize of..........$20 000 1 Prize of. . (30
L . .......... 10,000 50 Priseo.. o
1" "...... 5,000 o 10 . 400
6 .......... 4,000 100 " Soo
L .......... 8,000 100.... .
100 o ........ 1jo
4 Prizes of $400 A pprox'at'g to $50,000 Prize are $1,600
4 " " M0O " " 20,000 " " 1,200
4 " " 250 " . 10,000 " " 1.000
4 " " 225 " "4 5,000 " "s 900
4 " " 2w) "t " 4,000 " " 8o0
4 " " 150 " " 8,0041 " " 600
4 " " 10tI 4 t 1,500 " " 400
...." . 20 are........................... 100,000
i,485 Prizes amounting to...............$320,000
WfIHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5; QUAR $21
WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S
Grand Extraordinary Drawings,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
Capital Prize $100,000!
Lakes place on the Last Saturday in each Month.
Wlhole Tickets $20, Halves $10, Quarters
$5. Eighths S2,50.
IN ORDERING TICKETS 01 CERTIFICATES, en
lose the money to our address for the Tickets ordered,
In receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mall.
urchasers cant have Tickets ending in any dgure they
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
urchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write theirsignatures plain, and
;lve their Po.t )file, County and State.
All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately after
he drawing -other prizes it tlie uual tie of thirty days.
NuTIC TO CORiESPONDENTS.-Those who pre
ur not sending money by mail, ean use TIE ADAMS
XPRESS CO.\ PANY, whereby money fur Tickets, in
timp of Ten Dollars, and upwards, can be sent AT OUR
1S1K ANYD EXPENSE. fron any city or town where
hey have an offee. The money and order must be
netosedl in a "Govcrnment Post Office Stamped Envel
p." or the Express Cornp any cannot receive them.
Alt commutnleations strictly confidentIal.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certficeates to.
WOOD, EDDY &z CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY A CO., Wilmington, Del,
}|t A list of the numbers that iire drawn from
he wheel, with the amount of the prize that each
ne is entitled to, will be published after every
rawing, in the following papers :-4ansta (Geo.)
ostittijonaliqt, Niobile llegister, Naskville Gu
tte, Richmonhd Dispatch, Pautdinag _(Mia.'
n, Neto York Hecrcld and Ne~o York Time
Oct. 25, 1859 tf 42
S AN F ORD'S
TI Is comspounaded entIrely from Gums, and
as become an established fact, a Standard Aiedicitne,
nwn and app~roved by * althtaetsdiIn s
,w re~soted to with, con- g i~c i lltedsae
r whicha tt is recomn- tcidd
it hats cured thtousands O ihm u ls w er
erous unsolicited cer- ticaeInnypseio
iow. ~ TeoeIts i dp
? to the ttperamestnt ofteiiiitalakn
e liowels. Lttedcae fyu
tdgementt guide you in teueofteLV1
NVIG 0 Ic A TO It, ~ .n~ hwl -- ~
omplaiate,lisaoni A ttcs,.sppi
hruone Diarrheaa. 4i tnste
aints. Dyseniter?y, .~~~I eyS0i
tomaich, llal,tuuml-;ji stvenesCh
ie, (~holera., Chle~-__'storuChea
nfantumn, F I a t- leie.. at idie
i'emale Weakntean- ,anmyben-lsi
ssfully as an Ordinia-- g yFml et
tae. btwillceure MCK iEA ACHl,(a
,iumsands catn testify,) in. Er wnt tantei
wo or three Teat- y poftsaetk
ns at cotmmncementi~t of tak
All who uise It are '""' hirtsimc
~ I~v~httiwt Af relef SIAsLthe n
Prie ne olThea doemttleaap
;LS~CAlCAi Tghaumm~l e epom
Tit Futtly tlia tcoL aene ac
is ratie ~tre tttt *trat Mors,hlr
Itohae il~cusd he PLLc, Jaundite eis
ictot whchall~-prc',~ it ead toa ther used, sse
maric at o iiteret tweilns tn iutes.
The PMII.poo-nTfuTI PILLak
'anitsmfavor. ftIm 4oaei tei
MsX A E IN T E MOUTH a Wi 1, 'Hss
tveHF. . INV tATR n A ND SreeLLove
h ricOe d Dal ol la peraBot ea
esA Toun it CAi- te Rr T I C P ILS,
htseetableEtact, a ndet~ uthro pt Blood
nd Cahyrieasesc toe: mihfes sher o
ittupracstc tuttonr n ~ itsa y 1 ue tha'
duced m1 to plc3. e;.
The Pirofsionvweigoatr nt F.iy a
arte actl andirential~db rugiignri n
sd withodel referene Tr to al taag tws
table 2xra, which net8
Cietryockenitry an lssae
[anEmten tlt gnyo n of the LA .
en itonction withe Po i ar nnt
equnty, i egeed.Dsrc;ad ilftns
itnain ofCo d
itecrbyes hesale orRtaleado-a he
he h a Notho atll Sn- s it .sml
to-, canrmesen ath ySore
tnerons tiing dendsaans hEtt
Davti eigerdecasepreprieutoh ed in
antthe totheitnmind imendaey dulytre
Itesed; aPndLS allteidetdtnad tsate,
re eqesedtomae aer fortwih.u, a
Oct2n he eacfofa2.
LTOTIC.- -Al l~prrn nte o the es
.~ taes o P. . a hord wen srablshnedac,
,ec'd are ereby eqaese ty ul o the rSte
crbe ad ak pymntailieton eery.pr h
If te de~t~ re ntgpad andtl safter htais
otie teywil l~ pace ci th and Ioinst
of mkin senecange.inm bunes, hi
aroetly equst al ersn inte t o more an
ny wis to mae fplym mtaon ory ea-tho
~eeembr nex.rJA n A. TALduRt,
T8 Lie Ivgoao anFm 2y.a
In returning thanks to his numer
past liberal patronage, wou
AT THE SPACIOUS NE
NO. 272 BR(
Opposite the AugL
A Large and Ma
FALL & WI
All of which, having been purchased late
unusually Low, he can confident
greater inducements tl
The Stock comprises a Splendid Assorl
Rich Bayadere do., in Black and Colors;
AS, BOMBAZINES, Wool PLAIDS, P
A Large Stock of CLOAKS, TALMA
RIES, LACES, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS; Linen
DIAPERS, TOWELINGS, CRASHES
BLANKETS, KERSEYS, PLAINS,
TICKINGS, LINSEYS, Red and Whi
JEA NS, &c., &c.
Donlt Forget the No.,
Augusta, Nov. 23, 1859
HAS OPEN FOR INSPEC
EaNCY & STAI
Consisting in part of thi
FOULARD SILK ROBES,
MERINO DE CHENE, all Colors;
BLACK REP. MERINO DE CHENE,
EMBROIDERED COLLARS AND SLE]
CHEMISETTS, BANDS AND FLO
of the Li
HOSE, HALF-HOSE, GLOVES, &c.; Si
VESTINGS, NEGRO F
White and Browa
A LARGE LOT OF
To his Old Customers, he promises the sa
The public at large he respectfully invites ti
Store, where they will find a Large anid well
to give him a share of' their patronage.
ALL GOODS MARIKEI
All Goods not as Represented, may he return.
Mrs. A. Ileucy's Select Millinei
August a, Oct. 12, 1859
RICH DRESS SII
ingS, French Calicoes
Negro and E
OSNABURIGS; STRIPES; LINSEYS,
tund in our line. TJo whichi we invte ati
gg Orders carefully attended to.
August a, Nov. 9, 1850
It must necessarily be of much i
T) buy1 such Goods where they cain not ot
at the lowest prices that such goods can a
The undersigned having jlust resut
ENIRELY NEW S'J
Of which to enumerate variety, style, &c,
paper ad vertisenment.
In the Dress Gc
Will be found SILKS from 50 ets per yd.
A large Stock in evecry deschiption of gon
prices cannot he excelled.
KERSEYS, GEORGIA PLAINS and I
Tlo the abovc Goods I respectfully
visit Augusta with a view of buying such
2'79 Broad St., next Door
Augusta. Ga., Nor 30o
* Corn-for Sale!I
T lIE Subscriber has for sale 1,500 Bushels
Crath Thisos residence, at $l,25 per Bushl,t
cently bucked. J. Hi. IIOLLINGSWORTHI.
E & RETAIL
ous friends and customers, for their
td also inform them that he is
W DRY GOODS STORE,
ista Insurance Bank,
gnificent Stock of
in the Season, and, consequently, at Prices
y say he is now enabled to offer at
an at any previous tinic.
ment of Plain, Black, and Brocaded SILKS,
French and English MERINOS, ALPAC.
OPLINS, DE LAINES, &c., &c., &c.
S, SHAWLS, &c., &c., &c.; EMBROIDE
RIBBONS, &c., &c.; Bleached and Brown
DAMASKS; TABLE CLOTHS, Scotch
NAPKINS, DOYLIES, &c., &c.
DSNABURGS, DRILLINGS, CHECKS
:e FLANNELS, SATINETTS, Kentucky
[ION PAID TO ORDERS
272 Broad St., Augusta.
TION A LARGE STOCK OF
ILE lily GOO ,
. following Articles, viz:
IRISH LINENS AND DAMASK,
CAMBRICS, JA CKONETS,
INDIA TWILL LONG CLOTHS,
SOFT FINISH CAMBRICS,
TABLE COVFRS, PIANO COVERS,
NES, Separate and in ,Setts EMBOSSED
UNCING; SHAWLS, CLOAKS, &c.,
BOYS' AND) GENT'S
~TS AND WRAPPERS,
IIRTINGS, SIIETINGS, PAN.T ST'UFFS
LAINS AND K]2IISEYS,
2, all Wool Filling.
roe satisfaction they3 have heretofore enjoyed.
>an inspection of hie Stock, at his Well Known
lelected Stock, at prices which will induce thenm
IN PLAIN FIG~URES.
d.. Goods delivered in the City or in Hlamburg
y Stock~ in, the Recar of the Store.
. A.rriva1 of
A C IN G
DLOAKS, & SHAWLS.
&c.; Linens, Sheetings, Shirt
M~erinos, Hosiery, &c,
S~ AND PLAINS
TWEEDS &c. All other Goods to be'
ler Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga,
mportanice tk persOns purchasing
ily seleet lfrom the largest variety, buit ailso
aywhere be had. -
dI business hais now openied a LARGE and
iOCIK OF ELEG-ANT
, would be beyond the limits of a Ne~wr
to the Rlichiest and most Suipe.rb himprtedi.
ds which for style, durability and moderate
GEGRO BLANKETS at verty low prices,
nvite thie attention of Persons who may
to Bones & Browvn's Hardware %tore.
Pay -Up !
IAL the inudebted to mo by Note or Acenunt,
Monday in Jnunry ;e.t. t'hea.m wy fil to n
so winl he forced to settle with an AttLorN.
Biss' Dyspeptic Renedy
Bliss' DyspeptiC itemedy
Blis' Dyspepts Remedy
Bliss' Dyspeptic Remedy
lilies' Dyspeptic Remedy
Bilams' Iyspptlc Remedy
Bilis, Dyspeptic Remedy
Has the Largest Sale
ins tLhe Largest Sale
Has ie Largest Sale
Hia the Largest Sale
ins tle Largest Sale
Ilans the Largest Sale
Ilna tihe Largest Sale
Of any Medlcine in the World.
of any Medlelne in the World.
Of ally 11elice in the World.
Of any Mletteise an the World.
01 any MeAtlelne in the World.
Of any Medlenlae In the World.
Of anly Medle4ine In tie Vorld.
Sold Ine Georgia ald SoutliCariao
Sld lon Georgia amnd SoutaCarolna
Sold In Georgia and SouthCarohlifn
Soldt In GeorgIa amnd SoutiCarolila
Sold In Georgla and SoutliCarolita
Sold Is Georgia and SoutlaCarolina
Sold In Georgia and bouthiCarolina
lin Fourteen lionths.
[is Fourteen Months.
Ito Fourteen blonths.
len Fourteen Moniths.
lei Fourteena Months.
lin Fourteen Montlhs.
ln Fourteen Montha.
It. la Warranted to Cure
It Is Warranted to Cure
it is Warranted to Cure
It Is Warranted to Cure
It i4 Warranted to Cure
It 14 'Warranted to Cure
It IA Warranttel, to Cure
It DIrectionsi are Followed,
It Direct toos are Foilowed,
It Directions are Followed,
If D1reetions are Followed,
It Directions are Followedl,
If Direelions are Followed,
It Directions are Followed.
Any Case of Dyspepifa
Any Case of Dyspepsia
Anly Case of Dyspepsia
Any Case of Dyspepsia
Aamy Case of Dyspepsia
Any Case ot Dyspepsila
Any Case of Dyspepsia
Loss of 'Apioilte,
Lois ot Appetite,
Loss ot Appetite,
Loss of Appetite,
Loss of Appetite,
Loss ot Appetite,
P1aaina isa Slae ansod Back
Palm, Ia, Side ad Hack,
Pal, lan Side andl Back,
Palum ina Sidec andu Black,
Patan Imlaland anal flack,
Pain ina Sidea anad Back,
Pamn In Side aad flack,
It i1t Especially Adapted to
it Is E.speolahly Adapted to
It is Espeinily Amlapters to
it*1a Especially Amduptedl to
it la Espeelally Adapted to
It is Especcintly Adapted to
It is E.pleelally Adnypted to
l.'easi, Comuntaiauts t
F.e~nnlec Comapilaant ;
It Prodcca. ftotndit.y at Form
in Prodneets lintndmlty o1 Foarm
ft Produncs Rlatunadlty ofi Form
It Produnces Rottn.dily nt Foirm
It Producca Rlotunaliy ot ioaaa
It ProdurP [ntatumdit y af Form.
It Producesi 1[otunda at oF oram
In Femalesm of n Thun nndare Uinlit
[na Feinnmiea of a Tfih, nmund Sptame ilassat
Ina Fealeaats ol a Th'Iin tand spmare iaitt
lan Femaas of n Tiiuna $an Sltre liabui
La Fennes of a Thia nndam Slaare Ilablit
lan Females of a Tnin, andm $p a lihtt
[n Femcnalest of a Tin, nnad Slutre Ilaiabit
Every iinVnilat Sluantuld
Every livntal M5unld
Every Invnld Shulda
Every liv aCId Shoulad
Every Itavali Shantal
Everay luavaild~ Shaouid
Try oneo P~akage.
Trry Oner J.nchane.
Try3 onae Puca! e.
Try Onae Pamcknge.
Tr~y onae Pnaeknage.
Try onec Ptnekncae.
~enei a Pos.tage M;amat.a tii- I'r.;.ri t'r- ihr their
IV. W. 11l.Ii! & tj'O., Prompaitmmrs,
26;3 itmrond stay. Naew York.
For Stle in EdgfeMd hy1
DRS. A. 0. & T. J. TEAGU~E,
M1R. E. M. PENN.
&-Price, only $b,00 per bottle. Cash.
apt5 ly v
lanters Take Notice,
lanters riTake Notice,
lanters Take Notice,
Is The Only Sure
Is Th'e Only Sure
Is The Only Sure
nd Positive Remedy
nd Positive Remedy
nd Positive R~emnedv
Before The1 People
Before The P'eople
Before The People
It Never Fails.
It Never Fails.
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DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAG UE AND MR.
E. M. PENN.
ROBERT ADGER & CO.
209 w:d 211, KING STREET,
CORNER Or MARgT,
Charltestom, 9. C.
W E invite attention to our Extensive Stock of
GOODS, suitable for Family and Plantation
Rich Dress Silks;
Rich Silk Robes;
SILK ROBES and plain SILKS for Evening
Embroidered and Tulle ROBES, for Evening
Plain Black SILKS, best Goods;
Plain and Printed DELAINES;
Plain and Plaid POPLINS;
French CHINTZS. best English PRINTS,
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, SHAWLS;
Ladies, Misses and Cbildrens HOOPED SKIRTS;
CLOTHS and CASSIMERES;
FLANNELS of every variety;
Bed BLANKETS, TICKINGS.
PLAINS and KERSEYS
Brown and Bleached SHEET
INGS and SHIRTINGS;
Plain and Striped OSNABURGS.
We would respectfully inform our friends and
the public generally, that we keep at all times one
of the LARGEST STOCKS
to be found in the Southern Country, and conf.
dently invite an examination of it, both as regards
Styles and Prices.
ROBERT ADGER & CO.
Charleston, Oct. 26, 1859 3m 42
CHARLES D. CARR & Co
TAILORS AND FURNISHERS,
30 Broad Street, Charleston.
AVING received their Fall supply of Cloths,
Cassimeres and Vestings, are prepared to ex
ecute orders with taste and promptness.
They have also on hand a full and varied assort
Sueh as Scarfs, Ties, Stocks, Robes do Chambre,
Smoking Jackets, Buck Gloves and Gaunt
lets, English and French Silk Um
brellas, and Jouvin's Paris
All Goods marked in plain figures, and a dis
count of ten per cent made for cash.
Charleston, Oct. 3, 1859 tf 40
McCARTER & DAWSON,
Wholesa le Booksellers andl
CK.A.LESTON, S. C.
A ",mplete assortment of Law, Medical, School
and 31iscellancons BOOKS, together with
lank Books, Paper and Stationery, of every de
scripiion, kept constantly on hand and offered at
the lowest prices for Cash or approved Credit.
McCarter & Dawson, arc the Publishers
of the South Carulina Lzaw and Equity Reports.
Charlestou, Sept. 7, 1859. ta 35
GEOR1GIA STITE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of the
Monticello Union Academy,
OF JASPER COUNTY, OEORGIA,
Authorihzcd by Special Act of the Legidature.
25828 PRIZES I
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
M'KINNEY & CO., Managers,
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
TICKETS ONLY $10.
Ilalves, Quarters and Eighths in proportion.
To lIE DItAWN
EA CH SATURDAY IN JANUARY, 1860.
In the City of Savannah, Georgia,
Class 63, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 1860.
Class 54: to be Drawn Jan. 14, "
Class b5, to be Drawn Jan. 2,"
Class 56. to be Drawnjan.. -
1 Prize of 36,10i.......$60,000
1 " 20,000 i.........00)
I " 10,000i.........1,0
1 "~ 5.000i.. ..,0
I " .10) S..........4,000
I " 2.000i ~ oo
1 " 1,00i...........200
I " 1,5 ........................6,000
S Prii8....f....................... 5,000
1 17 .................................,1,1)
lit Pies ii of ,.0'.........1,0
110 " 5.1.,:r........,0
10 " 400e........,0
21 " SIl a 2010
21 " 12 1,0 "0l
40 " 10l "i5,00")lt
S0 " 95" ".,00 " Gl
nre....................... 5 0
C~~iiouto Ptcagn of...... Who.... Ti...... $00
100 " 85 10 Hal ? .............. 3,00
4 - 10 10 Qurter ' 15s
-t " 10" Eighth " 4.0
ORDERING T "T OR CERTIFIATES,
orerdo r5cip o" "hc they1 wil befowad
in.a2y Pigrzes m tn to eit..........$6,4
Th-re lir of rw numrsaa pizs will beath
folrlotning mteeywhic ilnrise
werebyintey frPackaetsus of 10WoeTen,$l
l.staa u" ars"a be Qarte 1
ATDERIN ]TICT AR EXENSFIES,
frE nys cthe o to woure theressfo the Eickes
ltlor..he moneyp anf whirch til be ncoswed
or hes Emaie. Purchaniers cnnt reeve teenin
iAll comuniatheynma sigynental
Order flistoraw ikembrertifiadpes, bywill oe
Ese to rhaer irecedate fehedaig
No'ice Con IsosEYt.Ths whCOpre
fSntasedn oneb mait , caon as
whereby monIEyfho Tices in theusod Dof
01Y-. The moeyan ofder Dustrit bycoe vitue
or ahe Express Companies canot rceiven, the
Ati om.B.muelton stringl cofideintiaol. ce
Order withr Ticedule on oetiiats of hi sat
Exo:aprayig to e iete ho myb ditdt h
Sltoliand e of rouhrb sumoneinal
Wt M .c nextEt , sho case if nthe soy ofll
wh the raerit of Egepitild aforsridt, byhvirtu
Stte W.fB Samuhn Carina fe,
n. ffect, hopeistin the Court *of tmmo
Ph-n11. Lprhaing tile i may beaditted to tehe
beei feAets of the General Assembly, mae e
fo h le f insolvent debtors, It is Ordered,Tbtthsad
Tha the saiWry.Sul andal other Creditors lo h
oia E.o the sadW.oyHre is in anywise indetoh..al
dteadthey are hereby summoned, and hv oiel
hnentet ppear before the said Court atElefllCor
EeledutHouse on Tuesday the sixth day ac et
of.irnxto show cause if any they can, ulytm a~yro
hyteaeofthe petition aforesaidsotlntb graoueld
ntbgrne. THIOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office Dep. 2 1859, 3me 48
A EDGEFSIELDR' DSTIC.--I
ttErs nterew ste in the Este -of Che
HianmonoCapSa. dceSatilfuarendm heeb nthfea ,uthat
wit ia settlen of ath oEhstate had infecte
hirpitition ofc the hirdo CMona in pay
TO.ERActGf h enrl Assmby md for.rle
saiov. N. Fo4si5.yieidbtd e n