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Ii,,OUJNNINGA1![ ECO, GROCER8 Au PROVISION MERCHANTS - ' AND DEALERS IN - FOREIGN WINES & L UORS, thin opportunity of reuathinlb Weeor patrnand friends for the v -libers ess gement and favors we -have veeavei fb sever ieas pest, sad -cillft contina anes Ofhae rmed Oar aM d bet en desmore.siU bs.teerit duesersee*s . U of wer old essmesa tiends and.thpu.lplep slly,.by Qnasetiwg our beslne. as we havedo heretofore, and inertaslag our reputation for Law Pdes -and Far. eaIung, And mng It to the decided advantege-of all wh favor as with their trade. Theineended .patronage we' haW weeived hta are continaly receiving has indseed is to BUY J LARGE-ad WELIvASSORTEDStee of Ge& in order to meet the growing desmndsend leares of tade. The 8uperi ozinblity Of all Goods ofered to the Public at this establish ment, is so welt knowhtliat very tittle need be sail upr-this 'bject.. But with the umty of LO.s PBCE'S.and-the VERY -BEST QUALITY 01 (IO)DS,'is the system of business the subserib' e a determined to earry out. This will be mae ap pli usle to every branch of their buiness. Our Gods In allinstances will 'be what they ar< represented to be-and whey sold by' sample, skal always be in conformity with the sample. We are constantly receiving and bae's in Sta a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of GROCERIES,, -consisting of LOAP, CRUSHED C RFIED . CROIX AND ORASEANS SUGARIS,. LM NS'SYTRUP & CUBA MOLASSES, TENNESSEE AND BALTIMO BACON, LARI SOIIAST RCH; SOAP, CANDLES. WI~i'E WINE AND APPLE VINEGaRSAie. A large assoctment of WINES AND. , 'QR Consisting of Ppes,Half Pipes and Quarter.Caskb IMPORTED BRANDIES, Ot the-flowing eeebrated Brands and Viitage Qra, Dapy & Co., 1838,1844,1 47. Alex.Signett,. - 8.2, 18 M3aritelkCo.,1 Awmat Signets: 1849. J, J.Duy, . 1848. P. Signett, 1850. OLD'BORDEAUX & CHAMPAGfE-BRANDIE MADEIRA,' PORT AND SHERRY- WINES; HOLLAND GIN, - JAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RUMS; GIBSON'S EAGLE W HIS KE Y, -AND, Donmesk LIquoto. ail hindal Tas Awaumemr, of ow6ter- are such as t make this EstablIshment in fact the substitute of tb cellar of every consumer. HOTELS and persons wanting small asiorte lots of Choie Wines and Liquors for special ooca siens, ens be supplied at the shortest notice. COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesal prices. . FAMILIES can command the best !able Wine at very low prices, as also the clieapest sorts'i Wines and Liquors for onlinary purposes. 'PHYSICIANS requiring fino Liquors for medi eal purposes aro particnlarly soiceited to call and ex amine owr Stock. - We keep constantly on hand a Of Saddles, Bridles, Murtingales, Whips, -Sadal Blanket., Bed Blankets, several Cases of Lao Sewed ad Pegged Boots and Shoes, IA dies, Misses and Children's Shoes, Waterproof Hunting and Diteh er's Boots, Boys and Men's Brogans from No I to 15, -Fur, Wool and Silk Hats, Cloth, Plush and Fanoy Caps, Osnaburg., Sheetings, Shirting., Stripes, Georgia Plains, Genny and Dundee Bagging; Bale Rope. Twine, dic., .&c.. We siolicit CASH ORDERS fronm parties no visiting our Town, and will endeavor -in all instan el to satisfy in every pazrticular, all who confide their orders to us. Persons visiting this Market arc earnestly solioitei to give dex a'ealI befare they maki "shair purchase. We are determinedl to make it .to their advantag by selling them their supplies LOWER' than they can buy them elsewhere. UT We will give 'the mnaiket pried for Cotton and. every other kind of produce ofemred. - H. L. CUNNINGHAM, HENRY SOLOMON. Hmharg,:Sept 18 - tf 36 BA CON, L A RD, & c. -AT TlE svFoX~OF -HAMBURG, S. C. 4 OHHIDS-Ribed FINE BACON SIDEB, 30,000 lbs. Tennessee Clean do 3;000 lbs. Tenn. H AMS and SHOULDE RS. 5,000 lbs. Choice Leaf LARD. In kegs atnd bble. 50 bbla. No 3 and 4 MACKEREL. Half bbl atid khtNo l do 100 bbls. Choice N. 0. MOLASS. 15 llhds. Prime Cuba -do' - - 3 ,000 Seeks SAL T. -100 Boxs.Spermand Adamantine CANDLES 50 Boxes Jackson &'Linkoln's No 180OAP; 10 Boxes Kendals improved .Chemical Olive -SOAP. A few ,Tpns Feruvian GUANO. r' A gebral assortment of Groceries, consisting Is lAA86iG AND ROPE,SUGAR AID COFFE, MOLASSES, RICE, FLOUR,. ELime, Plaster, Sole Leather, Gun and Blasting Powder, SHOT, IRON, &tc., &c. For ale by J. SIBLEY & SON Hamburg, Sept 3 8t 34 Water Proof' Ware-House, *HAMBURG, S. C. - STHE Subscriber has taken the Planters Water Proof Vatemfiouse, forady-goeeupred bMr. Jofh 1passa, Sr., and by eruieasmuion to 'h hives to merit ai6eralShtusof the ptrenages sho~eos nbie of the apper '~id otom-grow. *The Were Houise is above high water mark, and more secure from Fire than any other Ware House in Town. I-will ala. sttsnd to reeiving and fasmlbU Goods, &e., Intrated to my case. C. H. KENNET. Hamuburg,'Sept 1st,-1855. tf - 34' 53" independent Pr;ess will copy one month and orward account to C. U; K. JfllSeoLetJOl. T HIE oPrzar pheretofgre exsig bet'ee I the Undrige, under the Jrn.etW.4A Jjs., is dissold bstoojes. The unsettled business of the Fhsm wit he s'd jested by WIrLIM [HILL who is duly authorised to use the same of the Firm in liquidation. . WM. HILL, . * JAMES-.HILLI Eamberg,S. C., August 31, 1855. .-. TEE Unidesigned will continue the business in all das branebes at-the Old Stand, where ho would be teased to have AI.L who'are indebted to the Finn enuywise, to call and wattle without delay. - WM. HILL. - Hamburg, Auzg 1855. 6mt * 35 . LineuiSheetings, recive bytheSubscriber, from' New ZJak. u addional supply of superior 19-4 LINP DIIEETIN05, whieh be will sell at veylow prices. .. Aassetment of new style ALL PRITS, to -4W Whiebhp uspeotfally invites thealtanticn of thesgabl..- . eWUIt-AM BDA R.. .Aess, Oct2 . f . . . -.-38 sAninistrator's Notice AJ~1'er5ashavingdomiade against the Estte .of Wb.WE. Adamts, dao'd.,1are herebf 'notied topresent thamo ~ attested, for pajaset, and tose ho ar 1.3 to the Estatte, are re quetedto akepayment-to' q E. PENN, Adm'or. Ja.2 Lft 2 J.M.NEWBY& CO. WHOLESALE AND RET.UL -DEALEfSIN- - READY -A-DE 1w L U 8ilN 9 HA Ts, .,Aps,' TRUNKS, QBPUT LMA8, kC. M. NEWBY,A CO', under t66 U. . S. Hotel, Auoust. OGaare 'noi' r eefvine a n the LARGEST, BEST -and MOST FASHION ABL8iO - PENT q ~*asa t .mrz stZar READY-MU - r;aG r 'EVER ofered in the City of Augusta, compriuing EVERY VARIETY'd - - For Gentlemen and Youth ear, s i. peror QUALITY or MhNUFA Tt1E eannot r be surpassed in this or any other Market. In addi tion to abb e i fem ear Housein New York. .. We also keep on-; Sstantly on hand-a LARGE AND SPLENDID: ~Stook of. YothsIkBhld ren'as LthiR !g -Co0 gryMerehants and- ALL PERSONS *f g'Antfstawil certainly find it totheirinterest to eamine oar Stock, as-we are determined to offer our Goods.tihe tradng publies the most rsaes be terms - "Ta'nkfel for the past kind and liberal put ronage that we have received -from the citizens of Edgefeld and the adjoining Districts, we hope-to merit a continuance of the same. - - ,1. DNiWBT & .CO. A uam , Sept 24, - -----f - . , a. 36 T HE'Undersgned have associated with them -in the Ready-Mladei Clothing Beinbtes, Mr. C B.'DA~and WM.-8. -WISE;and'will continue the ame under the name-of J. M: Nxwav & Co. -HORA I NEWBY. FA L TJ1A D E! . w m mlRcHi &:.GO, "AUTG TA, GA?, A RE now opening their FALL and WINTER suppliesof C H.O IC E FAMILY D R Y GOODS, selected with great care-from recent Im -portationa, and comprising.an assortment, which for RICHNESS' VARIETY AND-EXTENT, nisot usualif found' in this market. As they now have the reputation of :siling First Cla's Good upon a MUCH LOWER .SCALE OF PRICES dian-they have-beegasnaly-broight here, they beg to assuretheir friends in Edgefield District that they litend to keep up this standard of - - and to KEEP DOWN PRICES to a fair remu nerative profit. gg"To Cash and prompt paying customers, and to noeo others, we shall offer great indacements to visit our establishment. Our-Stock consists in port of the followin 3ress.oods, RICH -VELVET BROCADE SILKS; Morio Antigue SILK(S, in black and colors ; ' New and beautiful shades of Plain and Ripped SILKS, very'heavy and rich; -- Plaid and Striped SILKS in pet variety ; Black Jtalian and.Taffita SILK; Silk Robes, Satin Turk, Cashmeres, DeLaines; Amelino Cloths, PlaidStair -; French and English MERIN'QS, all shades ; Plevin DeLaines, Persian.Cloths; English, French and American CAULCOES and GJNGAMSCalico ROBES, &c. Black Bumbazines, Canton Crapes; Canton Cloths, Black Challies and Alpacoas; EMTBROIDERIES ad-LACE Goods of every description-; EVENING DRESS GOODS in every variety. Mens' and Boys' Wear, CLOTHS, CASS~hlBERES, SATINETS, VEST INGS, TWEEDS, &o. For Family Use, BATH, WIHTNEY and ROSE BLANKETS; Linen and Cotton Sheeting.; Pillow Case Linens and Cottons; -RedWheiteGrey, Green, Blue, Welsh, Saxony, and Doniestic-FLANNELS;. Table Damask, Doylies, Napkins, Toweling. ; Wine Cloths, Fruit Cloths; Lao. and Muslin Curtans, Curtan Material; Colored and White Dimities ; Huckabaek and Birds Eye Diapers, &o. Plantation Goods, NEGRO BLANKE3B, Georgia and Kentucky . Plains, Cotton Oanaburgs, Georgia Stripes, &o. .SggOrdsra-hlsd with the most areful attention, and all Goodi Warianted. - -WARD, BURCHKARDA CO. Augusta,-Sept 38, tf 36 FISK'S Patest 1 talio BUrial Casoal Tf HE a s always on hand, at his Far . niure. men i lrgeassortmet of these - vasbeair-tight and hidestruotable iCases, for preserving the Dead for ordinary interment,, for. vsakta, for transportation,or for any other desifrable Ihve also on hand, an article of a dif'erent form and finish from those heretofore furnished, for the purpose of meeting more fully the taste and desire of those who are not altogethe- pleased with the shape and appearance, of the former style. They are-compose'd of'the same IMPERISHABLE MA TERIALSa, wvhile the exterior shape and finish is in tesemblace of the most beautiful and highly POL 1IHED ROSE WOOD. 'The assortment comprising ALL SIZES, from an laas oth ei person, all of which will tesde n tersI. J. N. WITr. HOSPITAL POR NEGROES, AT AUGUSTA,:GA. T$ Unfdeisigned would 'eall thd attention of the .eitisens 'of Edgefield and Abbevilie Distrists to their INfiRMARY for SICK NEGROES and these requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS. While the completeneis of- our arrangements affords to the patient -avery smfort, :lt also cnsbles us to render more efficient treatment to Chronic Cases, than can generally -be secure~d in ordinary private practice. Our special accommodations for themanagoment of Chronic diseases of females, so common in Negroes, are ample and complete.. * Terans. For Nursing, Boardiag aatLodging, pr mon. $10 For Treament,--The ordenary rate of practice. - Ce uusioatiseddreased to us at this plabe -wil meet with prompt attention. . . .. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon, R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician. A-ugusta,April30 tf 18 WTILLAlb SEAR, Augusta, Ga., has just .V received from New York, a supply of Brus sels CARPETS, of new and beautiful styles. -arso Superor Three-Ply CARPETS, of rich 'and splendid Patterns, and all at very low prices. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine the assortmfent. f 3 Augusta, Oct 2' f8 Nursing Bottles. A NEW and Improved' Style.--Aso, Nipple Glasses Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple ShedTeeting Rings, &o. For sale by A. G. h T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists. May.2S- .*. tt - - 19 LA . P'ergob.indebted to the Estate-of Jaeo B. ASmnith, are reguested to make-:,payment, and all having deniands against the same wIll hand them in properly attested. BENJAMIN WALDO, GEO. A. ADDISON. A...S if 30 Fall Trade, 1855 CRAY BROTHERS BEG to inform their friends and the public, that theyontinue the DRY GOODS yusiness in all its branches, at thlefr old stand, O290 3ROAD STREET, Where they are now receiving a-foll and complete. assortnent of Staple; and Fancy. ,Dry. Goods, Pdrehasedfroin 'the snest'erMnent hnporters- and DealeB, o such terms-ar will warrant us -in goar azteeing those who may favor as with theirtrade, as good Goods,ate fir.'pricesp S&e'tbe'obeaned in Georgiaor South Carohips. . Among our assortment will be. fwnd the ichest DRES GOODS 'a*?ti igeoi,scu ASa -' Eleg t Moir 'Antique Graduated SILKS; atis, Striped and Plaid -Moir 'Antique SILKS; Splendid-Satin Plaid SILKS, new styles; - Plaid Chene SILKS, elegant-,new-styles; Low priced colored SILKS, of every description; Black SILKS, in all widths, very wheap; Rischof''s Red Letter bl'k SILK, best imported; French MERINOS, all colors, very low priced ; English CASHMERES, COBURGS, PAU METI'OS; Rich Plaid WOOLEY GOODS, very desirable; French Muslin DELAINES, solid colors ; Figure Muslin DELAINES aod. ASH $, very ose p; . BOMBAIIES, Xapinus best spake, fallassort ment. - Black AL}PACCAS, very oh up. some extra fine do CHALLYS and DELAINES; do POPLINSand Watered SILKS; . CLOAKS of the very newest and most elegant designs, in Cloth, Velvet and Moir 'Antique, from the most popular Emporiums of N. Y. Embroidered and plaip Crape SHAWLS Long-and Square Woolen SHAWLS; 'EAxrafine-andlarge BLANKETS; -Low pried'tine -- do Negro BLANKETS and KERSEYS,of so perior quality, ad exceedingly low priced; OSNABUROS and STRIPES, faotory prices; -Bleached NOMESPUNS, of the best water and wiretwist factories - -- Sea Island Brown WOIESPUNS; HOSIERY -of every description, for Ladies', Gent's. Youths' snd-Misses'; EMBROIDERiES; of the finest kind Fine White FLANNELS, from low priced to - extra fine; -Heavy all wool Red FLANNELS, cheap; Kentucky JEANS and'SATINETS; Fine French CASSIMERES; CALICOES. GINGHAMS and CHECKS; 'Damask NAPKINS and TOWELS; Superior 10-4 Double DAMASK; Heavy 8-4 White and Brown DAMASK, &e. With a full and complete assortment of all Goods usually kept in Dry Goods louses, to which we would respectfully invite the attention of the public. GRAY BROTHERS. Augusta,Oet.r . . tf 38 BROWNING & LEMANs IMPORTERS OF ' FRNCH, BRITISH & G4ER1IAN 209 & 211 KING, COR NER MATKET-ST. . OHrA RLSTON, S. 0. K E) EP constantly on hand, and offer to thcir i.friends and the publio generally, the largest assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods In the Southern States. Their Stock is constantly supplied with a full assortment of Of all the newest varieties of Style and Fabric. In Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Grenadince, Muslins, Bombazines, Alpaeas, and Mourning Goods of all kinds, . Embroideries and Lace Goods, of every variety. Evening Dress Goods of every description. . intleme's anel Boys' -Wear,, Cloths, Cassimeree, Vestings, .Linen .Drills and Coatings, of best French Goods. Satinets, Tweeds, .Jeans, &c.-. F OR F A MI LY U SE. Rose, Whitney, and Bath BLANKETS, Red and Whiite Flannels, English and Ameican Cotton Flannels, French, English and American Prints and Cam bries, Linens, of Richardson's celebrated make, for Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table Damasks. Doylies, Napkins, Towelling., H. E. and Hloeka acek Diapers, Fruit Cloths, Glass Cloths, A pron Linens, &co. CA RP E T ING S. Ingrain. three Ply, Brussels, Tapestry and Velvet, British'and Anierican Floor Oil Cloths, Wilton Velvet and A xminster Rugs, White and Colored Mattings, of all widths, Stair Rods and Staii Carpetings, of all kinds. Of every variety in SILK. SA TIN and WORSTED Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains," GiltCornices, Curtain Gimips, Holders, Loops T'assels, Drapery Cords, Bell Ropes, &c. PLANTATION GOODS. Blhnkets, Plains, Kerseys, Caps, &c. Cotton Osnabnrgs,of all the best Southern makes. gg All the above, with every other line of DRY GOODS which can be demanded, are of OUR OWN DIRECT1' MPORTATION, and are of'ered at the Lowest Market Prices for Cash, of ity acceptance. W'-Th'o ON'E PRICE SYSTEM is strictly ad ered to. All Goods are warranted, and all orders filed with promptness and the most careful atten ion. BROWNING & LEMAN. Charleston,Jan. 25, ly . 3 CARiRIAGE uMANUFACTORY I EDGEFIlELD C. II., S. C. T H E Subscribers continue to build to order, and of the EST MATERIAL that can be procured, Carriages, Buggies, &c.,. Ov aEaY STYL.E A ND DmscazrrioN. They also keep costantly on hand a fine and varied assortment of New ad Second-.Hand Carriag es ggREPAIRING neatly and promptly attend ed to. Thankful for past patronage, they hope by giving ue attention to their business and the interests of heir customers, to continue to receive aliberal share of public favor. C. McGREGOR, t . . .-. --.L SIH Mar 28 .tf 11 Land Warrants. T HE Subscriber wishes to buy LAND WAR RANTS, and v.ill giv.c the.-highest Cash rices for them. .. I SULLIVAN.. August 1 tf , 29.: STATE OF SOUTH .CAROLINA,. EDGEFIELD 'DISTB.ICT. IN ORDINRY. Lewis Robertson, Applicant,. vs. Win.Morris, James Morris and I others, Defendants. TT appearing to my satisfaction that Polly Chap pell, William Morris, James Morris, Rebecca Morris, Marshal Palmer and wife Elizabeth, Barbara Palmer, Amelia Hlendersoj, Levi Fulmore, James 3Cehran and wife Nancy, Williata Fullmore, ,Jo eph J. Fulhnore and Joseph Morris, reside beyond he limits of this State, It is therefore ordered that hey do appear-and object to the sale or division of he real. estate of James Morris, Sr., dee'd .,on or efore the 16th day of December next, or their onsent to the sme will be entered of record. Given under my hand, at my offiee, this 16th day f September, 1855. H. T. WRIGHT, o. x. n. Ordinary's Offiee, Edgefield C. H. Sept 19 3m 36 -For Sale, ~WQ Grade Devon Bull Calves. Alo .a few Grade Grazier and Suffoek Pigs.. Enquire at this Offiee. :.Aug-se .- tf . . 32 Cupping Cases' and Scarificators, A LL kinds. Also, Lancets and a great varietyi fSuge1Instruments, for sale by A. . & . . T EA GTI~ T rhuggrists. EDGE}FJ.ECL) ?MACHINE SHOP, AND FURNITURE JOHN M. WITT takes pleasure in. ealling the. atten tionr of --the citizens of Edgefield District, to hi MACHIN SHOP, Which is now in sheetssfal-and- complete operntioi and also solicits an examination-of his Where he has on hand an extensive variety of beau tiful and well-finished FURNITURE, consisting u Mahogany, Waleut,-Rosewood, Maple ana Pine Cubboard Safes, BOOK CASES &' WRITING DESKS Wardrobes of various Qualities, SOFAS, SOFA LOUNGES, '&C. .EED O"E-'Emor (fine variety,) WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSES,.&C. Always on hand, a good supply of well-made Sash, Blinds, Pannel Doors, kc., &c Having secured the services of the most compe tent workmen, I do not hesitate to say that I can ex bibit as fine and good work as will be found else where. - REPAIRING neatly and promptly attended to. 'I will sell the above articles on as reasonabl terms as the times will allow. Those who pay Casi for their Furniture in Augusta or Charleston wil not find'nach diffbrence in our cash charges. " (.nll and inspect the above Furniture before trading elsewhere. Edgefield C. IL., Sept5 . tt 34 Special Medical Notice, cUa"R'EQ of ZYSP=r - T. A. T HE undersigned is_ being' cony- e by lette from-all partsafthe'Union, be those who ar< suffering from DYSPEPSIA and its oonseqnen general weakuem, muscular relaxation,and nervou debility. Having for the last few years, in his pras tioeof medicine, turned his attention almost entirel; to the treatment of this disease, he is enabled fro his large experience to institute a peculiarity of treat ment that will enable' the patient to see, feel, an knot, after a day or two's treatment, that hia recove ry has already commenced. has hen dry tongue thirst, oa of aipneti:e.-ennstipstion df-bowels, Clause and vomiting t-is the skin dry, harsh, with unnatu ral bieat?-Is he troubled with sieeplessncss,atartin in his sleep, somnolency, impaired volition-wit' palpitation or "fluttering" of the heart, and easil out of breath by quickened exertions? All them after one, two, or three Jay's trcutn.,t will com mence to disappear. Termns of Treatmient. $5.00 for first consultation. Medicine forwarde by mail, with full and explicit written directions the course of treatment, &o. to be pursued. Eac subsequent consultation and medicine forwardei $2.00. Money remitted in all-instances should b "registered" at the post-office. All letters to'b addressed to the undersigned. WILLIAM W. BLISS, M. D., 2 Beekman St., New York. July 25 6m 28 -STARTZ.ING, SUT TRUEN.. WARNING TC EVERY SENSIBLE WDMAN 'Why Females ~siier ini Health. No woman of delicacy la willing to dloslce the pecullt alments incident to her s;x cvea to a must intimate fami 'Ti odesty and deliac s implanted by nature, n neier should nor need be sbected to the rude shocks is eitable in making known to the other sex those allmecnts~b loging e.dhlustvely to the fermale. Exce ,tin extreme cases, her sensItIveness will sacrifk her hit rather than her deliency. The consequeinces are serious, lamentable, and life-loni Thuis what at first could have ,bjeen easily remedied, perapso better still, not Incurred, becomes a compilcatton diseae, not only ruining the health of the mother, and en biterintg hter days by sickness and sutffering, but entaihnt broken conistitutionis upon her children, and embarrassing. not distresing, the business and pecuniary prospects of i husband. Let every sensible woman T.JKB W.6JIAYNI IN' TI.II?, (as thousands have done) by the blitter experience and snffe Ings of others, of the dreadful usequences she hntails ap~ heraelf .mdi' those. endecared to her, by ther tgner:m'ee or th simlest anid plaiuest rules or heeltth as conneeta willh th marhige state, the viohlto of which entails disease, sutrei Ing and misery. hlow many are suffering from obstructionor 'rregularitit peculiar to thd fetmale system, which undermni.a 8he healti the effects of which they are tinorant, and for which thei delicac forbida seeking medical advice I How any sut from proapus uteri (falling of the womb,) or from fluo albs(wcakess, debility. &c.)! How many are In consiar gony for many montha precedingconflnemenit I How mar have difficult, If not dangerous deliveries, and slow and tu T' thr qusin, how are these to be prevented? who shall be done ? the answer Is simple. Let every woman ascertain ror herself, without vIolence I her delicacy,thse nature and charncterof the ailment (to wlec she as a female is subjeet)theecauses from which It may aris< and the p roper remedies for its cure and future preventlor This she can do bypsesng a little volume (atread; possessed by thouisads which telis her what is the mattei and tells her whatto dofor It, in simple but chaste wordi nd such as she carr understand. This little volume is entitled THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRVATE~ NEDI.CAL COMPANION BY DR. . .M. MAURICEAU, PaovuasoR orF D I SEA aEs orF wosEN. Onc Hundredtk .Edit ion, (500,000) 18 mo., F- 250 . [oN FINE rAPER, ErTRA BtiDiNG, S1,00.) A standard work of established reputation, found classeec In the Catalogues of the great Trade Sales in New-York lladelphta, and other cities, and iid by tie princips jokellers mn the United States. It was diras published t 547, since which time ivo Hundred Thousand Copies have been sold, of 'which there were upwards of ONE HUNDRED- THOUSAND SENT BY MAL, attesting the hih estimaion Ia which It Is held assa relable BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE, the author having devoted his exclusIve attention -to' the Ireatnent -of comtot peculiar to feanles, in respect Ic rhich he is year consulted by thousands, both In persot d by letter,' Here every woman can disenver, by comparing *her owi ryptomss with these describedl, the nature, character, causei r and the proper remedies for, her complai':. he wife about becoming a mother t::as .fa : need of In, itrtelon and advict of the utzmsost Impno':-tw to. her fiidurc bealt, will find anehantroduction and advise, andl also ex slain .mny symptoms which othmerwise would occasion anx ety or alainn as all the pecstliarIties incident to ater situatiot ire descrlibe. I is of course Impracticable to convey f "- he varlotu albjects treated of; as they are of p nature strictly intenided 'or the married or those contemplating mar The reve aiona contained In Its pages have proved a bisigto thou ands,asthennlluerablldelreceivedbytheauho(whle ls pemitted by the wintlers to publIsh) wll attest. Zerai qf a Aeiter pen ao etk Dr.4. H. Mauricea: "My wits has been perceptibly slaking for aome thre brInga som months beor and durn cumn t eve ueaiye one morc and more debilitated and proetrated ierputtlig her lufe In Imminent danger, and which was on e as occaso desparedof. I supposed that this state o ugs was InevItable, and resigned myself to miieet the worst. kt this time (now about two :nonths)1I heard your book igly spoken of; as eontajalog somie matteri reachitig my tame. On its receipt and perussl,1I erwnnt exrreas to you the seit ILafforded myl distressed mind, anid Lie Joy Its pages niparted to my wite, on learnig that the great diecovery o . M. Desomneaux provided a remedy. It opened a pros eet to me which I little conceived was posst610. No pecut slary conlderatiani can over repay the oblitgati'ct.s ii m unde > yu, for having been the mems of imn::ra. to us the anters contained ia "The Maurred Wonan's P'rlvate Medl a Companion." Butifor the eremother year would have inssed over myheaditsaflhtfns probabilIty my wiftwol save been in her grave .and may childrem left mothertess.' In cneuence of the universal poularity of the work,a avidene byIts exrcdIayslvrous imposittons havc been attempe, as welle ookelers as on the pubtie by nitatons oftte page, spurIous. editins, and aurreptitlou ofrngeenla ofecopyrlght,and other devlces anddeceptions, I has benfoundi necessary therefore TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC a buy no book unless the words "Dr. A, M. Mamatoria, [29 Liberty Street, N. Y." Is on (and the entry In the Clerk's lce on the back of) the title p age ty only of respee able and honorable dealers, or send ai, and address to Dr. A. M. Maitricean.w tW-Upon receipt atf 0:fc Dou.Am . -i E 7afAIED OMAN'S RitlVAT kmitE~ltUAL 00MPAN102" Is seni 'maikd fre) to any part or the Unlited e:ttes, the Canadas nd Briish P'rovhmses. All letters miust ie puet-pal'i. ant drssed to IDr. A. .5L \LAIURAU, box f.'.M. Newv York lty. 'alllhltig Ofilee,3u190Liberty Strect. New York. /-For sale on Ageney Ia tids Villt-je Sy Mr. 0. L 'NN, Agent. D e st* - d English Prints WI iLLIAM SHEAR, Augusta,Georgia Thas just received from New York a supply f English PRINTS, of new and beautiful styls iuitable for the Fall aeason. A'lao superior Merri ack anid othor Akmnlean PRIN'I'S, of'the latcal stys. ' A ugtsta, Oct 2 tf 38 Teacher Wanted. F OR Thorn's Crgek Academy. 'The appleni must4 be wecll verssi 'n the Mdern and Ancient anguages. None need apply unless they ean ce ell recommnded. .~ . W AS! . W ISE, .l0llN Fa IR. Ont 2 ,r 1' Tiru..tc. FOREMAN'S IR&I? f THE REMED-Y ?OR VJ HE attention of the Planters of Edgefiel T JUSTLY CELEBRATED and VERY PLOW S7 I have purchased the right for Edgefield Distric Edgefield C. H., and also of RoxsLso & JAcxt l From Certificates in my possession, I am wa RIOR FOR ALL PURPOSES. .Its durability soiling our old worn out lands, makes it the MOST DESIRABLE fA. 0' Any person wishing to try them can do so may return them without charge.. r DGEFIELD C. H., Sept.*12,l18S5. LEAVITT'S PREMIUM PORTABLE :ORN WILLS , a FOR CRUSHING CORN AND COB- TOBETHER, - AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. d JJAVING received the Sole Agency for the State of South Carolina for the above cele- A - brated Mills, conceded on all hands to be the great- wo cst economisers and labor-saving articles of the day, ma the Subscriber is desirous of establishing Sub-Agen cies for their sale in every District of the State. Prices within the reach of every farmer in the land: on y ranging from fifty to one hundred dollars, according t to power, size and quality. No better investment as - can be made by the Planters of this or any other for State, either for profit or convenience, and no far mer should be without them, nor would they be, if in they were aware of their value and utility. A. S. 'LANGLEY, General Agent for the State. 11 July .2. 6t 25 C 6 Carpenter's Sheet System J e I Cutting Ladies' Dresses and Gentlemen's Coats and Sacks,-also, Vests, Pantaloons and Gaiters, together with Youths, Boys and Girls Garments of all kinds and styles,.will bes.taught to ser - Ladies and Gentlemen by a . ..at, Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules, So as to learn them to cut with EASE and SKILL any of the above mentioned Garments. The Copyright of this State has been assigned to Gao. S. MIcNZiLLt & Co., of this place. r Persons wishing to as all themselves of this Sys- V 7tem or wanting information will call or leave their Ian dorders at Mrs. McNat's Millmner Establishment. ] -GEO. S. McNEIL & CO.' tiv Edgfield C. T., May 30 ly 20 J Lightning Conductors, ,pi IIf9OSE of our citizens, who desire to proteot L S..their houses, barns, &c., from liffhtning, would ido well to try OTIS' IMPROVE'b PA TENT .. LIUGIITNING CONDUCTORS. By aipplication e to the subscribwr, A gent at this plnee, they can pro' cure these rode and all necessary fixtures, and, what is more, have them well put up, all at moder-J r- ate charges. These Conductors have been piheed at.J "over the Court IHonse* and Jail by the Commission- bui era of Public Buildings. They are the best, decided- the --iy, yet invented. BYE o~ SApril 4 Sf 12. Er d wa eand Cutlery, ~ Y oO ALL our old friends, we would say, toe arene ~1 ihankf ul for past favors, and to all others who may wish Goods in our line ;-eall and see as also,no tor send your orders. We will make every effort o (and it is notorious of the Goods we keep) to give . a "general aatisfaction." Our prices Sit ALL he in accordance with the times ; always assuring our. e ustomers to nell them at the LOWEST MAR EKT PRICES. SWe have now in Store a fine Stock and are re- u eeiving weekly. Amongst which .may be founi WeC 50 Tons Band and Hoop-IRON,.D 250 ."~ Sweed " assorted, 50" English - " the 200 Smith BELLOWS, all qualities, fiel: 50O0 Keg. ".Peru'?- NAliL8, - SirY Ton.TCASTINGS, -- 100 " Pad " ! 5 " Till, Chest. Draw and Trunk Locks, 1 i100 " A XES, Collins, Levette's and other her makes, . eth . 10 " Superior BROAD AXES, Au 500 " -HOES, all qualities. - --ri To enumerate is too tedious. We have the Goods to and want, to sell them. - -- -whi Wer keep all things neeessary for Mills of every style, Corn Shellers, Straw Cutters, Vices, s Anvils,- Smith Tongs, Circular, Hand, - - and all other kind of Saws, Screw - and'Bales,-Knives and Forks, - PocketKnives, Scissors, Shears, Screws, -- prdw Bolts, Spirit Levels, to e Guages, Candlesticks, Planes, quir IHorse Shoes and Ndls, Brushes, Coffee Mills, IHalter, Trace, Streteh, , Log, Breast, ContinueA and FifthChains, Rope, Files ofall -kinds,..a beautiful Lot of . Guns, of all qsalities, Pistols,.Percussion Caps, Curry Coinbes, Game and Shot Bagh, Powder Flasks, Dram Flasks, Sand and Waffle ions, Braces I and Bitt., Augers, Chisels, Hammers, Drawing J Knives, Mortars, Kettles, Stew Pass, &e., &c- Ed * ROBINSON & JACKSON- ine Hamburg, Dee 4 .. f 47 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. at i EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. An IN EQWITY.. Mi.gud' Bill for Relief ~t Elenor Thurmond and others. 3J TT appearing to the Commzissioner thqt George &ho IThurmiond, one of the Defendants in this ease rent reside beyond the limits of this State On *mction of sold Mr. Landrum, Solicitor, it is Orderei that the fi~id. George Thurmond, do plead, answer or demur to A the allegations of this Billiwithin three-nonths frosn KE' the date of this publicationr or' judgment pro con- atte frase will be entered against him. A A. SIMKINS, 0. a. a. D. Oct 27, 1855.. Sm ' -42 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, A "EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,T 1Nf ORDINARY.Di Joseph Par'kman,Applicant, emb.ni 5s. Chil John Parkiman and others, Def'ts- an TT appeariar tomny satisfacetion that Harriet Davis, A Melia Pasrkm~an and Marion Park~man, reside 'A without the limit. of thc State, It is therefore or- - dered, That they appear and object to the division or sale of the real estate of Mark Parkman, de'd., on or beforc the 10th day of January next, 1856, or R their consent to the same will be entered of record. Given tinder my hand, at my offic, tihis 10th day CL of Oct. 1855. H. T'. WRIGHT, o. a. D. - Ordinary'. Office, Oct 10 3m 39 rmRemoval No, 2, A 3 .BOWERS, Agenat, begs leave to min e nomhsfriends and -?.he publie generally wil tahehsagain moved his .Large Stock of Groceries, And will occupy 'for the ensuing year the Store , formally teneted by M. A. RANSOM, next -door to J. SIstaVr & Son where he will keep constantly on hand, every article that appertains to the Famnily f Grocery Business. 1..mur.., Oclt 9, tr '9 ii. " 1' . I District is respectfully called to this VALUABLE , nd they can be had at my SHOP at ox, Hamburg, $. C; at *5,A0 per Stock. rranted in saying that:it bs -NO .SUPE , together with its peculiar fituess for sub. W NOW IN USE, , and if they do not answer the purpose, S. F. GOODE. if 35 , Look at This! triagst, Oariaggs, nggles, 3tiggies, tc., &o. &c,,.a. }ITB Subscriber still carries on the Carriage bia siness at she old stand of A.' Bosnisw and ald say to the people of the Distrl't t they y at all times find a good-assortment of CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES hand, of his own manufacture, that will besold ood punctual customers on as reasonable terms hay can be bought in any Southern market. have secured the'services of Mr. A. Buwnas.., the present year, and from his long experience the Carriage business, t think that purchasers i expect satisfaction in their work. -JOHN LEIGH. T. B.-I am tTsn prepared ast all times to furnish FFINS and HEARSE for any portion of the trict at the-shortest notice.. ?.dgefield C. IL., May 16, tf 18 Notice. LL. Persons having. any just demands against L the estate of G. W. Reams, dee'd., will pre tthem to the'Sutiseriber, in the-9vdinsry's office algefild; C.-II., .on~the 25th .day.. av qb T,- to--eceivel paymetA'liaie din~tM I be ba.red out. E. H1OL LO*.NAY, dm'r. . Mug 23 3m 32! FOR THE LA DIES! VTE have on hand a great variety of Colognes, SHandkerchkef Extracts, ToiletPowders and assortment of Fanecy and Toilet Sosps; omades, PdreBei-s Oil ,HIsir Tue., Restora sand Hair Dye; 'eaton Salts and Aromntie Vinegar; 3ream of Beusaty, Carnation 'Rouge, Hair Do itory, &e., to allof which the attention of the lies is respefcicly inviied. Formsac by . A. O..& T... TEAGUE, Druggists. Jay 23 tf 19 Laud. Warrants, 'HTE Undersigned respectfully announces to those that have Land Warrants for sale, to call uis Store, opposite~thes Amerienn Ilotel, in Ham -g, where the highest cash pric .will be paid for mn. .THOS. I. Ti$'ET. , Inmburg, July 2, ~ m 25 Administrator's Notice. LL~ Personis any wise indebted to the Subseri L. ber, either by Note ior Account, are reguested msy up, as I am determined to-close up' my busi s. AlIl persons failing to comply with-the aboee ice-had better lookout..- -. - . . WILSON ABNEY. sept 20 tf 36. N h odbetween EdgUIaI Village-anday -house on Sateda -River, on Tuesday -as' ll-POCKET DIARY, with a.memnorandmaer iflher, &c., andocontaining about One Hundred lIa in Bank.Bills. L liberal reward will be pai'd for the dellvery of same to me, or to Mr. W..-P. Butler, - at Edge I Village. - - A. L. DEARING. 'ulyi 0 f - . 26 Caution to all. LL Persons in anywise indebted to the Subscri bers,. either individualy. ie .collectiv~ely. are shy forewarned. to .settle. up at an early date, rwise they wiU certainly have to settle with anI orney. . We hase a large amonts of money to e in..tiven time, and are necesarily.compelled ursue this course. Take heed, therefore, all ye tare interested.: - . J. H. JENNINTG W. D. JENNINGA ept8 6 - -,f -34 Iotice. LL~ Persons-having dettiands againstthes Estate .of 13. R. Addison, dee'd., are requested to ent thenm properly attested to the :undersigned, homn also those indebted'to the Estate are re ed to make prompt payment. - -' G. L. PENN, Adm'or with the Will annexes. .,9 y s f 17 TO the Ladies. RS. E. T.'HNMILTON, taks -this method of informing the Ladief elel&Vilage.add viIty, tha' sher-h.e 'om eed the linary an -Brss-Kaking huiness ain Store formerly occupied b~y Mrs. Baown. J legro Clothis and Blankets. IST received y the Subscriber, a supply of' tho Augusta Manufacturing Company .and ey's SUPERIOR NEGRO CLOTIlS of diff'e styles, warranted all wool filling, which will be ~ at very low prices. - --ALSo large assortment of White and Gray' BLAN igusta, Oct L . - - 38 Merinos and DeLaiises, SVElRY- LOW PRICES! HE Subsorzier will sell 'his pv"snt large Steel of French .an4 English MEINOS and all3 .AINES, at very Late Prices. The assorMnent raoesa great variety of styles,. for Ladies anid dren's Itresses. -Also, superior Welch,Gause SikWarp ,Flannels. Sil~-WILiLIAM SHEAR. ugusta, gd~ly 30,. tr -Come at Last! H. SULLIVAN, has just received a e large and very handsome assortment .ef fine )AKS and rDMLMAp', at unusually lo* prldi et24 ' .. . - ..41 No.tice. LL ersons Indebted to the.Estate of BenjamiinP GaI 1man, dec'd., are requested to male pay t. Those havIng .deipnds against the Bstate render the:a In propel atestd - -' :.S.BOYCE, - Ex'ors. M. A. RANSOM. 27, h, s,f 46~ LACK, luet, .Indelible and Carmine, fos hale ,a by A. G~. &e T. J. T EA GUE, Druggista. ..,, 23 ,rtf 9AL DCL BRYAN,, At bis Old Stand, the Brick Stare, JL T-? R DS t h3 M initi tomeer.andthe publie to egal gd 4samp seyes, as he haa : ..- - assortment of all.nger ' Amo Wt faile m our Rich. Prai:, lack, Aigrea, Watere andSt ILK81- - Plais''in F1a id flbeslri8DLiN E r't, 7iench and nglishN'ENO; -. Black BOkAZiNR, A L Cl A ud 'CAN TON'CAT8:.'rA Very Riir aisortaitE' Ladies' Ooiks Ta~nw4 ' & . D , a large and beautifultoek oe A full supply of For Men e wea. - - A splendid and well sle ra tmnt o Eerseys,. Blankets &:Negro -oes HARDWARE ANDCROCKERI( '_; SHOES, HATS, CAPN, C. - With every article generally' ket' in a D-y Goal Store. Thaukful for past fav ri I bops b .rt aii tention'to business to morft a eontinace oft " " cr A tiefal41seontslyay'a.ae for Oct . .t1 . FUR1ITURE AND CARP WARE-ROMS ! -C. A. P ATT & .CO. BROAD ST., AUGUSTA;'GA'" H1AVflG enlarged ont Eabri.hment to at extent not equalled in the Sbuthern epuntry, we are now prepared to furnish articles-of our own. a"ed with the' . GCw.rea Vaa.ed O T E 1A ;PT A qD'OST FASif1Of FURITURNI. Coineed with 'our Ware-Room.;' whs 4a -ige estblistment,the niachinery i wbif)is di-e by steam power, where we can. at the shortest no- . ice manfaoturo oay artibljp not usually 'iept o In our Furniture Department, whih -imbraes three St cu~b~ Evey' icte d( lts~ N ind we particularly request all rsons-to look pct ny -rtifetat~brrtbn rge e We also have on hand a splendid Stock of Tapestry, Brasels, Tugrain,.Wilorn,.Three-P , Dutch Hemp and Cotton CARPETS, CRUMB CLOTHS and DRUGQE1TS: (all sizes and.widtzs,). , ,t CURTAIN-. STUFFS. Damask, Lace apd Muslin. Curta 'Gmps, Cords, Tassels;,-o'rhie'es ,Midifa * 'ni of the . greatest variety.: Rugs, Ddbrmata an'iitaIr Rods, (of all qualities.) FLOOR AND T ABLE OIL CLOTJI6, Of all widitha, and of high reputatino as ip stylo ud euality, and eut to fit any size room or entry iA one plee. g' The attention of buyers is respectfully re - 3. B. P-LATT, N. B. ADAM. . Augusta, Oeiober.I, 185$...-.2 .Un de r takein g: tbihetaCoffins Wareroomn, wo re now prepared to fornish, FISK'S-celebrged - M- AMC JBURIA L CASESand COFFINS of every size- and style of finish at' the shortest notice. -' .Orders-at night or on Sunday, will receive prompt atentioni ir left at. Mr. J. B. PLATS residend. ot Elis Street, in rear of the store. C. A. PLATT &i CO. Auguata;Oct i 4m - ., 86 WM. O.,PRBI CF.,& C O H 1V ee !4 thiir'FEL.L' 2A .'WNTER SPP ESof -.tbip'atest 1hnportatioun. and would invite the attiallon''of those who wapt the best Ooodt to callad pakselejos -- -CIothifb~ 7 -OVER GARalENFS'.of all ?th poewed istyles, Dress Coats, Pautaloonsandl Vests,;Olie and lIn liness Coats, Pants and Vests2 and a General as ortment of Fasb'iible CltigV ' - -- -Hosiery,&e. *' 'lr UN~DER- GA RMENTS' o at* ' hs~ br the'neek,-'eaIfh, SfOdks, Ties, (3o itber artiles useful for dress'a'ih eondniebde. -' WM. U. PRICE' &CO.3 Auigusta, Nov6 - Smn - IS' DAWSON & SKINNEW, . A.UGUST A,..G A,, . '... .. A -RE-Now'reeiving a large ddCARWULY t~I.seleoted Stoek of .- - CMot C's FAMLf ROC"It, - comprs.ng.,.. . Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Molasses, -o .Provisions of all kinds,: Flour,-Dutter, Lard,:Cheese,,Smoke4d sdiekled Beef, 1, Pickled Pesrkt, Beef Tongues, Potatoes, Ononus Pickles Preserves, Hermetically Sealed . - inreit vity -' ' I' ,.iuors awl Wissa ofiikl'Mrifsa. IMPORTED SEGAlRS, &e..4 .. -a -JANES -C. D'AWS1 : --- - LUCIUS'C.'SKItN n -- gg,. . - -- 2 m - - ' -d To Wool Groweoi Za A BO Ui AW W ~r o rprdto CARD WQOL INIO. RLAon a new set of Wool Cardyirja Burr.M~chine attachtd, -that will, hytrr rge woo. ith less westi tn.done.by i Dad. 1ie..t4 ahine is.new,'and iiiated on.. peozis 4 miles above Abbvlle C......rqthe al fiosflabovp Tem~pe 'dfB P', b~ igs iieaWes of Dbe West Cot'tier. ' We will lie able to Card froin '100 to i13p0 nl erday. As we intend& to do, pur part wegllwo o.to give genetralsatisfaotion, ap(.fh 4eu) e Athe patronage of the~bi Sept26 - . .1 New Embroideis' a 2,~,~l4R af'besutifl-style Ladles' Muslim: UNDELSEEVE, WodAd. Jaconet B-ANDS ; - . gree Soiuoped COLLARES, a new and bea& - tiful article ist mourning ; . , White Crave COLLARS, for mourning of new and beauti'gyey To all of whichi't15 -attebtion of th Ladies ie spetfullyinvited. - g Executors N4egICe., 'LU ersns avidehtandiragint-the-Etate resenit the same .propeurlyattested for-paynmentad ose who ara indebt t~the kstle-aue 'regneslea makespamenit to - 3. E. LEWIS,.Exer., Rov 28 - 41 460.. r. , $ceased~ in- inideited will present tieir ajs* and gifl persons indebtei to the saidlite. el w~ payments to the undersigne'd.