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HOW LOST IS EYE.
In the neighborhood of a small town situatec
in. county, KenLucky, nd righit at thi
junction of a cro.s-r-,ad w'xiu boasted of
grocery and blacksmith --hop. an.I "very" smlal
store, there lives a charaetor whom we recentl.
met, and whose greatest boast was, trhat h
"was one of the tire Iundred men who kille
Packenhami, at New Orleans."
His person was decidedly "unique," enter
taming, as he expressedi it, "en honest rassio
for fighting." in the cour.se of his knoci
downs, all the fingers of his left hand had eitht
been bit, cut, or chawed olf, with the exceptio
of his fore one, which was a long, liuk memib
with a big nail on the enl of it.
Although deprived of the use of one fist, th
finger served him a very useful pu:p"ue.
It may be proper to state, that in this sectio
of country, fighting is regarded as a mere mal
ter of amusement, espe. ia!ly when "red eye
is about, and neighbors knock-down and "gougt
each other in a friendly manner. The subjei
of our story had a peculiar fashion of fightiu
being rather short, and not very heavy, he ha
to take, as he said, all the little advantages 1
keep even. His grand point was to walk up
a man, and by a suiden thrust, which lor
practice had rendered him perfect in, poke b
long bony finger with 'nrring lirecision in h
opponent's eye, and hit hia. at the asane tit
" under the belt." It w'as at one of those d
mestic watering places where families congr
gate to pass a few weeks during the sumia
season, that we first met hin.
He was dressed in the most approved hun
ing fashion, having on buckskin pantaloons, ar
a eon skin cap, with a fox's tail in it. 11
face was particularly striking, from the fac
probably, of it having been frequently "struck
as it was covered with scars.
To complete his description, he had only of
eye, and that only orb, when we saw hin, ga
evidence of a recent muss.
A crowd of some four or five visitors he
assembled at the spring, whico gushed out
the side of the hill, and were xeaJted on son
wide benches, listening to his marvelous advei
tures "by flood and field," and the innumer
ble men he had " fbot" and " licked."
One of the party present, at the risk of feli
considered impertinent, ventured to ask h:
"how he lost his eye.
The old fellow iiniedi&tely brightened u
and sitting upon am empty keg, drew a hul
twist of the native leaf from his buckskin, ar
."Gentlemen, you won't believe this story
some folks don't-but it's a fact, and no mi
"Some forty years ago, things warn't invei
ted to skeer game and let foreigners in.
"Well, about that time I ' boop-poled' in
cabin, on the side of one of the Licking Hill
previous' to my going to agriculture. Them
was a powerful lot of game then, a-id a fello
could pick and choose.
"One day I started out on a still hunt 1
' drap bucks' and admire natur. I went abot
three miles without seeing a deer fat enough
waste powder on. When I cine to a precp:u
on the Brushy Fork -,f Licking, I stopped, asn
commenced thinking about ' Pilgrim's Progres
and 'Robinson Crusoe,' when presently I see
a big buck laying at the foot of the precipic
- Which was about four ramrods deep. I tell yol
religion and litterature flitted iinmediately, an
I jest concluded to C harness' that specimen i
nat'ral history and take him alive.
"I laid down Sweet Betsy--that's what
call my rifle-and shed my flannel fur a regi
lar tussel. He was a- lying in ibe sun at t!
bottom, and never know'd the danger lie wti
in. I made one jump and lit right across bm
back and grabbed both his horns; they wx
horns, and no mistake, and looked like yo'un
black-jacks sprouting out the side of his hea<'
The deer was a little .surnrised and run lik
h-Il straight up the h'aller~. through the thicli
est sort of woods. I hung on to the horns, ft
I tell you, it' I hadi let loose the Way he wa
running, l'd lit on the other side of Lickini
and no mistake.
"I know'd I war in for the race, and we
maigit a' heap under two forty. vin w
went, like the devil heatingr tnn bark, throug
"I commenced to get tired by an'd bye, an
* though~t I wouhl 'case' myself by grrabh g s-xi
sapling. I seed a. small black-jack t'ee ax.
snatched it with nmy left hand, hohling ont wit
the other to the horn of the critter.
"Something 'erneked,.' It wrar:?'t the trei
but ' by gum,' the horn of the buck hada dippe<*
and I tuogbt I was a gioner. 1!is Leal inu:
have aked orful, for he rLun a hoo;p faster ;a
them big anatlers of his'n. as he rushed throat':
the bushes, rattledl arina his skull like shelle
corn in a gourd.
" All at wum.'t something keen hit mec in til
left eye, hut it got mighty dark of a sudden o
that side of my.heaad.
"I 'spose he run about fouyr mniles. wheh li
'faintett,' and I gr't off, and after I r*-tedj. tie
all four of has legs together b..fore the 'ii
fluence' left him. The blood was rnning dow
the left side of my fac an-1l I shut my othe
eye, and d-n me if I didn't see noth'ing.
-went back to the trail we land ron. wvhen 2.s
a bush move. I stompnd stock still and her
the other eye on t.
Here hea pasd and took anothter quiid.
" Gentlemien," he res:e~d3 " it's at fact an
no mistake,'if it warnut my !eft eye hanyi:tg c
a bush an'w inkimir at me."
Everybody was silent-.-rrprisc was too dee
-for utterance, when one of the plarty, drawin
a Ilask from his pocket, bn,"e-1 it to the ma
with request thait he " wouild wash the stur
le suielt it to be sure that it was whiskey
and looking round at the party, said, "Gnh
meon, here's te ab~olitio.nist and tcerterne Ie<
turer's-muay they havx an evirlastingc 'i'.hi:i
without the p.rivilege of 'ser-atchin.'"
A lady tells the following story : I had hee
out to Indiana on a viit and while there~
found a kitten, which I brought home for ai pl-a
-t'iing for my two children. To p'reven~t any d
pute about the ownership of~ puss, ! ro:.oser
and it was agreed. that thxe head of the kitte
should be nmine, that tle body shouald be the be
by's, and Eddy, the eldest-but only three yeai
old-should be the sole proprietor of the len
, and beautiful tal. Edavy rather objre.:td
first to this division, as putting him oli' vh a
extremely small share of tlhe animal. but sou
$ecoqme reconciled to the division, and euil
pyoud of hig o~wiiefship in the g-aceful te-'mint
f the' kittn ;.One day, soon after, ] heard t b
poor puss making a dreadful rmewing, andI
6alled out to Elddy: " There, my son yoe at
hurting my part of the kitten, I heard her cry
"NWo, I didn't, mothar ; I trod cn my part, am
A \rz1answ Coua'r SCENxe-LaWyer-"M
T.7'how magny rioters should you say ther
Witnesa-"Abeout nufftu make a small traji
Lawyer-" Do you recognize among the de
fendants any one engaged 'in the riot ?T'
~Witness-" Yas, that are feller with a red shi.
Lawyer-" What did von see him do ?"
Witness-" Well, me' fayther and me we
standin' pooty near apart, and he throwed
brickbat that went betwixt me fayther and mi
abeout as near to one as it did to tother, oni
a little nearer to me fayther, and if it hnd hi
me fayther on his head,''twould have killed mx
" Taw HU."-The following is from thm
letter of an American now traveling in Ital~
At sunset we reached Gaeta. This place abound
in h'storical interest, -and it was here that th
Pope found refuge when he fled from the Re
public in 1849. Among the legends of tha
place is one to the effect that he and the Kin,
of Naples who had come to visit him in bi
exile, went on boar d of an American frigate
The commander welci m.d them in these terms
' Pope. how are you'? King, how d'ye do!
Here Lieut. Jones, you talk French, parle3
ros with the Pope, while King and I go dowi
and hava drink. KinD. comeon!"
"N9 USE IN CUSSING."
Most persons have doubtless heard the anec
dote related by the Temperance lecturer, White,
of the marketman who was in the habit of
swearing his.way through life, and making the
most obsthnrte and apparently in-surmovuntable
ob~trls in lMs firth yield to his highly concen
e 1retie.' a'di all-puweiil manner of empl.ying
a his " Aker' i:r~c in vin." They will remei
I ber hi trit, to towin with the old rickety cart, full
F of tirnips, drawn by the old gray horse, and I
e that l ong red hill, thl top of which, by his *r
I never-foling elixir, spired with a free use of the e
whip on th' aforesaidl gray, he had nearly
- reached, when the back board of his cart fell
nI out, r.nd the turnips followed, rolling, jumping,
and chasing each other down the hill, and into
the ditches by the road side.
n' They can imagine, too, better than I can de
r scribe, the ftllow's sudden " wo-o-oo" to old
gray, an.I the rising up of his wrath, which
choked down all utterance-how lie paced the
road, aT ran 1;is i n'er' through his hair, as
a his eyes i; ...wed the retreating turnips, fro
t- licking i. w the hill, :ke juveniles turned out
" of school, : the eve- of a holiday ; and the
indignatiti rhich fired his soul, when with
t arms akinmbo, lie earnestly declared, "It's no
: use a cusam. I can'. do the subject justice !"
b GOOD Hrrs.--In the trial of " Jim" Lane at
b Lawrence, Kansas, for the murder of Jenkins,
g the attorneyb indulged in a good deal of pui
is gent wit and sarcasm. One little pass between
is the counsel was so poi- ted and opportune that
c it is worth" of note.
J_ Colonel Young insisted that, in law, the man
e- slain Ia supposed to be wrongfully slain.
er Mr. Coe-That is the law of England, not of
t- Colonel Young-If there is any book on
d G. .d's earth that contains any other doctrine,
is I'll agree to eat it without greasing ! [Laughter.]
t, Mr. Coe-Then you'll -have more law in
," your stonach than you ever had in your head !
[ V Rare of laughter.]
Ie - + +
.e UINGo CoSotAT10s.-An old unloved-Dea
con in his lest hours was visited by a neighbor,
A who said
of Well, Deacon, I hope you feel resigned to
3- " Ye-c-"," said the Deacon, "I-I think I-I am
" Well," said the other, "I tho't it might be
ig corsolng to you to know that all the neighbor
:u hoed are rcsihned also."
I.. ..e.g - -
A d., i ;r: . &t India planter who lay groan.
; ing to t. i-, :A -rize :negro servant, he sighed out,
id " Ah, *, i'zu going a long journey.".
"Never .-- tr-assa, said the negro consoling
- ly, 'him e1 .. wey down de hill."
s- --- - -
A ma- ; i, has sold his piano in conse
a- quence '"" te hard times. He is now learning
his daur' ters to perform on the washboard.
y The music is not quite so pleasant, but much
s, more to the purpose.
M A chap sought shelter of a Boston officer:
"See, C:-p'n, first my father died and my mother
,o married agin, and then my mother died and
t my father married agin, an somehow or other
w I don't seem to have no parents at all, nor no
e home nor nothing."
,' A man lust his dog on Washington street,
d Boston the other day, and when he whistled it
e made a fashionably dressed young lady jump
s' about as if she had the St. Vitus dance. Finally
( she gave a r.tddeu jump forward, and the un
a fortenate dog escaped.
T ALL THE FOOL~s ?CT DEAD YET.-In Stain
,ford, on Sunday, during church service, a shower
of rain fell, and a young man by the name of
.Henry M -, offered to a young lady, (Miss
HI.) who wore thin soled shoes. the loan of his
. boots, to go home in. Shie politely declined,
b-'it thrug~h the inifluenee of other gentlemen
p resent, .a.'e finally accepted the offer. The
Sboots went on nicely, and the young lady went
home withs dry ft, whiile the gallant youth to
r whom she owed her good fortune, plodded home
.. barefoot in the raiin, attracting the iunterest of
l'tep< e i the street. _ _ _ _
u 1858. SfamhK .EIr081TION! 1858.
d OFlNirT'4'r.ASS ST APL EAND FA N CY
h Silks. G-"adine, flaregs, Chi~es, Euk
?, im, Embroid'ies. Ecsim!y, Linens
I nd h'ie Goodr.,
u And th'e nsrrel 1 e of Goods kept in a first class
i Dry Go.s, ei- c.
h Ladli,:s i:u. . & i -a n~ n :le*ive stock the great
d est ass"' :. i t. c. . e abov'e departments,
ever e W::.,.. ' u- . Our er at facilities
ec for oh ic Aii 00 .1 . .io -ai'd large Imi
n p -rter's, .r <- . *to'. -our. customners that
they: mwv y . & ...rlases afrom us at the
. very' luc'i-.. - . e' I.-. y leadin... articles
Imuch I ehtiw hei.. .h .. .Ie
po. -leoas w:ill -c' 'a r. cky t som-.ot., the sea
ijOur lon c'rm ;n .h'e t .,ocial o -te.o of Stran
rers anid 'is' ..'t. rs . h-o's price '-, --:: 1, and
inexpecrienced !'meters~i ie not over e 'hd
Tedies w'!l ai"ways receive kind a.i.' courieous
ttention-it will opiou aese leasure to
P. 8.-Sole Southern Anents for John0 White
,side & Co.'s ee'ebratedl IRISH LINiENS.
~Anansta, Mar 20 tf 12
SPRING A ND SUMME R
i Co." i' ' : o i' --w' st styles, as well as
- he ti . , . ';-. .Ss GOODS, to which
- he wid- : 9. of all persons visiting
IA nge'. . ' -i iva e will pit~ii nuo
i 1one to . .-- confident that he enn
nsell a. - - fO per' ce 9. cheaper
a than . . - . C M h. . ity. lHe
e ant t. '(. . wi -' ' pleasure in
s wa n -. .: , hi wId - -' e i; and as
~ev wrl . . iy U~v io at the stocks
f el ..lt & (- e- tO hi-d .*. best v. -e, he hopes
they wi I '.. . i ha iilud his. '.oe. whic : s one door
abovoe iC. orja lla'o ii lanik.
d -CALL AND SEE IllS STOCK!
&ady your interests ! Nobody compelled iabuo
Everhdyreatedon woith pleasusr;!
A I.L STYLEs--VERY LOW.
- Peiinted L'w -, O~rgendie a'cd JACONETS, all
varieties and very el'es',
- Printed ban, Orghundie and Jaconet ROBES,
difi'erert styles'- -
-t Pminted La. .i BATREGES and GRENADINJES;
A lar~ne lo. GlNGHA~ls and CALICOES;
hwis.,Jacou'et r'd M.''l MUSLINS;
s A splendlid ar ek of EMBROlllERlED Goods ;
a be nmer !$H AW( ':id MANTILLAS. t
e Is to be fon.'d all that is novel, never having been
better sup;>lied with all that is desirable in
BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES,
e&c., &c., &c.
Sheetings, Shirtings & Osunburgu.
s IRISH LINENS; TABLE LINENS and
- TOWELLINGS; Musquito NILTTINGS ; ~
Bu d SPREA DS, FRINGES, &e. o
A full su:-ply of IIOSIERY, &o.. &eo, &c.
Ai'rta, April 5 tf 13
~~OTIf'E.-A ppication will be made to thme -
.LLegisature at its next Session, for an A ct to in- 1
cororate the Bethlehem Baptist Church, in Edge- J
field District. C
UBLIsHDI EVaRY WKuNE5UAW MSORNING.
SIMINS, D. R. IWRISOE & ELIJAI HEEE,
TERES 07 SUBSCRIPTION.
Two DOLLARS per year, if paid in advance-Two
OLLAtS and Farvv Cuns if not paid within six ]
onths-and Tine DOLLAas if not paid before the
cpiration of the year.
Subscriptions out of the District and from other
tates, must invariably be paid for in advance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
All advertisements will be correctly and conspien- ]
usly inserted at Seventy-five Cents per Square (12
revier lines or less) for the first insertion, and Fifty
ents for each subsequent insertion. When only pub
ished Monthly or Quarterly $1 per square will be
Each and every Transient Advertisement, to secure
tublicity through our columns, must invariably be
)aid in advance.
Advertisements not having the desired number of
nsertions marked on the margin, will be continued
antil forbid and charged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year, can do so
n liberal terms-it being distinctly understood that
tontracts for yearly advertising are confined to the
mmediate, legitimate business OL the firm or individ
ial contracting. Q
All communications of a personal character will be
larged as advertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
rill 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 Magistrate advertising.
Hardware, Cutlery, & c.
HAMBURG, S. C.,
W OULD inform his friends o
and all who may be trading 0 o
to this larket. that lie still con
tinues to keep a FULL and well
selected Stock of Goods in the
above line, and solicits a share of
patronage from all who may be in want of any ar
ticles he keeps, assuring them that every exertion
shall be made to give satisfaction to the purchaser
ti quality and price, feeling confident that he can
el his Goods on as Reasonable terms as
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE ts AUGUSTA.
His Stock is now COMPLETE, having added
largely by r. cent pechases from tlq BiST Nlanu
facturers. li's Stock is such that almost every one
can find so ne article on their list of wants, and on
such terms as en i iot fail to pleast-arr-on-,st which
is a good assor tetit of
Cut NA fS ' r ' ,'z. of t':e best brands, in
ludin- all sizes W' . iES. A' o, English and
American Floise S .; \a.'s, Waion .and Wrought
Nails, all sizes.
Nail R())S aid .et n d TTono IRON;
Blister. German aid (i-c bT..E L;
Collins & Co., Leiere.t's end uther ce'ebrated
make of Broad, Clo.ieg ani linad AXES,
Mill, Cress C': r4 - II:'rd S..W A, all k'nds;
Hammers, Chi.c , Au'-ers, 1).- wing Knives,
Adzes, Gimblets, l.. ianead ,;a-s, si'), ;land Saw
nd every variety i: Vibes and h6 :.-, S.-w Fetts,
Compasses, Iloilow Ar- ti erl I:;, Gauges,
anes of every dere.i,..ioua, P :,e L;.s, and every
Variety o Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Too's of every descrip.ion.
. E1ac2~.mith Tcol.
ellows, A orl. V:ee.s, Screw Plates. Sledge. [land
and S..oei.i' Ii. r.nera, Rasps, Dril:s, Tongs,
&e., el o: 0- best manufacture. Great
care id b een taken in the seletion
of t'-.o a-deles, they cantt be
ce'ed upou~t as the beat.
P'ocket and Table Cutlery.
Is Stock of Peacket and Ta'e CaL'e.y is complete
and qualiiy unsurpassed - -. .aoagac wihich can
be foiund full Setts of T. W' Cu.lery, of
Joseph Ilodgers & S.. e- ee'eirated
maiuricture; Poke ned t'en
Knives aill patterus end qtual
itie's; fine Ilazors, Scis
sors, Shears, &c.
Also, a great variety of
S MA LL W A RES,
uh as Pins, Needles. Port Monies, hinir Brushes,
Combs, Paper Eunvelop'es, Pens, Pencils, &o.
Guns, Pistols. Atc.
)n hard a el'oice lot of Cu.'s a -d Pistols of the
iue. qu.-'tw-C ., 'e, Ad:-.od and Dean's and
A' b.: .. s': ii. neut of Poei~eL, Piato's,
P .... 'o C- is, Si ot lis,
"o...F aska, Gaie Blags,
C 3. .-; flods, &c.
IiwSoek of Bi i'i g na.eil1 swi:1 he. ftond eam
pletel, co.,i'-~ i., pat of Locks, hlinges,
Screws, Wi. dowv Fast..nintr, ali kirds and
qualisies. Also, Till, Pad, Trrunk and
Liht and Hleavy Castings.'
lwys ti .h a fine assartmnent, of ltght and
hevy C:.: .i.'. PO-S,0Ovetns, Spiders, Tea Ket
ti's, Well Wit-e!s, Waflle Irons, &.
Farme,'s J:teis, Cmil.rns, Waigon
BJoxes, S..! irons, Fire bogs,
Si-ove' and Tongs.
Cooking and Heating Stores,
ALG' PATTERNS AND) SlZr(S.
agon Chains, alhl kinds, Log Continued. IHlter
and Trace Chirgs, Spades and Shovels, Hay
Forks, Crockery and Glass Wnare, &e..
Also, manufacturer of all k'ads of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware !
All are earnestly solielted to call and examisne
hr themselves. Aid you will find it greatly to
tour interest to. p~~oiZe your old. Fdgefield Di.
iet citir. WMM . LlL.
.hllayrg, Ge.t 2.0 tf 42
iue Ridge Riiroad Company
IN SOUTH VAROLINA.
CIA RL ESTON, May 5, 1858S.
NUBCRIBERS to the Capi:al stock of this
SCompany are hereby notified that the F0iVR
EENTH pnd FIFTlEENTH1 INSTALMENT.S
ipon the first/subhscription, and five peri eeunt. wa
he amount! of the second subscripition,. aie re
1uired to be pai as follows:. The foust atetih in
talmet atnd live per cent. on the second, subscrip
oai, i-n the 22d Juno next; the liteenith bsatal
ent ont the 22d1 July next. By erder
WY. 1. P'ERCi:EA U,.'L-ess'r.
May 10 Ut 18
Marble at Neulherry, S. C.
[ KEEP constantlyoRelbans,ab y Marble Yard,
Newberry, S. C.,. M1AABLE and GRANITE
'0BS, TOB TABLETS, MONUMENTS,
lHead Smes, &c.,
In endless styles. and of every variety.
LETTERING donet meatly andecrrectly at.thmree
ents per letter.
All orders shall have prompt attention. I senl
cheap as the cheapest.
IfFor further partictnlars, call on Col. Chris
c, at Edgelld C. H ,S. U.
JOHN R. LE AVELL.
Newberry, May 24 - 3m* 20
Boot and Shoe Notice.
HE Subscriber continues to have
Lmade, on the shortest notice, and in '
e best manner, th.- finest and most sub- I__
antial BOOTS and SHOES.
All orders left, at his Shop will be promptly at
de to. C. M. GR AY or myself will be found
all times in the Village to attend to all orders.
o work to leave the shop without the knowledge
the subscriber or my A gent, C. M. GRAY.
ILrShop opposite B. J. Ryan's Livery Stale.
E. 1i. YOUNGBLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
[CE! ICE !-Always on hand a supply of t
LIE, which will be sold at 6 Cents per pound o
ash. E. T. DAVIS, Agt. C
Ma 19 it 19
FOR LIVER CO IPLAINT, AN
DUBLIC opinion and Physicians have decide
L SARSAPARILLA that cn be obtained.
gredients are well known to Physicimts and th
dEDICINES, when appropriately used, often E
i othing more reed be said11 i praise of it.1
sins in addition Sarseparilla, the hyl.o-alehi
iVhite Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chiou
Podophyllum,) and Blood IFoot (S'.nguinaria.)
*l'Those prefering this Compornd Preparti
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE OR GEOP.GIA S
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
Bland & Butler,
RE now receiving,a LARGE and VARIED
A Stuck of Spring and Summer
A good portion of which is now in Store and ready
'or inspection. *
In calling the attention of our friends and patrons
to our Stock we beg to assure them that it is
And great inducements. will be ofFered td effeet
sa-s. Our Stock comprises'all the Newest mate
rials with the latest patteru4 and .bsigns for
Plain, Striped and Plaid lIAREGES;
TISSUES. LAWNS, ORGANDIES;
BIILLIANTRS, French CAMRRICS;
Crape MARRTS. Inrege DeLA'IN IES;
Material for TRAVELLING D)RESSES, in Side
Stripe, and Flounces and Bayadere ;
Plain CIIA LI.IES, SKIRTS ;
EMlRlmOI)ERY. LACES, itBBONS;
HOSIERY and GLOVES;
lrown and Bleached SHEETINGS;
i b SIIIRTINGS;
TICKINGS, PILLOW CASINGS:
Talle DAMASKS, DUCKS and DRI' LiNGS;
A variety of Goods for MEN and BOYS wear;
PI,.\IDS and STRIPES for servants ;
French, English and American PIlNTS, in
great variety, at 121 eta. 'Also,
For the Ladies, together with a first rate stock of
SHOES, for all classes.
In fact, we have got about ALL the things you
gg- We shall at all times be glad to sho6w our
Goods and respectfully invite inspection from the
trading community. If we.don't sell yon, it shall
out be our fau't.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefie'd, S. C., April 14 tf 14
Wl (SUGAR COATED,)
ARE MADE TO
CLEANSE TEE ELOOD AND CURE THE SICK.
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
Philanthroptstl, read their Effects,
and judge of their Virtues.
FOR THE CURE OF
Headache, Sick Headache,Foul Stomach.
Pmrsrsumo, Pa., May 1, 1855.
D. J. C. ATa. Sir: I bave been repeatedly cured of
the worst headache any body can have bya dose or two
of your Pills. It seems to arlseifom afoul stomach, whIch
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they do
me, thefact is worthk g. ED. W. PREBLE,
Clerk qf eamer Oario.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
Daraatrzlr or vas INisatos,}
Wasamotoer, D. C.,?I Feb.,1l856.
Sta: I have used your Pils in my general and hospital
practice ever since you made thenm, and cannot hesitate to
say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regu
lating action on the liter Is quick and decided, consequent
ly they are an admirable remedy for derangementsof that
Organ. Indeed, I have seldom found a case of bilious di
ese so obstinate that If, did not readily yteld to them.
Fraternally youfs AW ALL MD,
Dysentery, Relax,.and W~orms.
Post 0rus, Haasla, Lit. Co., Slice., Nov. 16, 1955.
Da. Aisa: Your Pills are, the perfection of medicine.
They have done my wife more good than I can tell you.
She had been sick and pining away for muonths. WVent
off to be doctored at great expense, hut got no better. She
then commence taking your Pills, whihso cure her
body. . hey afterward curmed her and our two children
of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors hadit bad,and
mwife cured hli with two doses of your Pills, while
oters around us paid from five to twenty dollars doctors'
bi, and lost munch time, without being cured entirely
even then. Such a medicIne as yours, wlhisactually
good and honest, will beO . dajFFINPtsae.
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
p-omw Rev... r. hner,1 lair qf Advent Church, Boston.
fla. Avs: I hate used your Pills with extraordinary
success in my family and among those I am called to visit
in distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and purl.
fy the blood they are the very heat remedy I have ever
known, and I can confidently recommend them to my
friends. Yours, - J. V. HD~IES.
WARsaw, W~vomme Co., N. Y., Oct. 24, 1855.
Dman :: I am using your Cathartic Pills in my prac
ties, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify the fountaino e bloodA . D
Erysipelas, Scrofaxla, King's Evil, Tetter,
Tumors, and Salt Rheumn.
Prom a F-brmcardigJthant qf L.nois,}1:. 4, 1856.
DL. Avia: Your Pills are the paragon of alt that Is
grat in muedicine. They have cured my little daughter
oulcerous sores upon her liands and feet that had proved
incurabile for years. Her mother had been long grievous
ly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and in
her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your
Pills, and they have cured her. ASA MORGRIIDQOE.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
Fom the Rev. Dr. fIaioer, of/the Methodist Epis. Church,
Pulass: Hlousa, Savaxxas, GIa., Jan. 6,3956.
Hlowonsli Smi: I should he ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought me if I did not report my case to yen.
A cold settied in my limbs and brought on excruclating
neurlil painus, which ended In chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the disease
grew worse and worse, unill by the advice of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Nackenale, I tried your Pis.
Thir effects were slow, hut sure. By persevering In the
usou of them, I am now entirely well.
Bssav Cuan, BArON lonel, La., 6 Dee., 1855.
Da. Avis: 1 hate lieen entIrely cured by your PIlls of
ltheumatic Cout -a painful disease that had afflicted me
for years. VINCENT SLIDELL.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Comn
yaints, requiring an actirespurge, they are an excei
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
a Dinner Pil, they.are agreeable and elrectual.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
ton, and even Deafteas, anid Partial Blhind
:aess, have been cured by the alterative action of these
Most of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which, al
though a valuable remedy in skitful hands, is dangerous
in a public p.11, from the dreadful consequences that fro
quetly follow its incautious use. These contain no mar.
cary or minecral substance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY 1HCTORAL
FOR TIUE RAPID CURE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, INFLU
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, WIIOOPING
COUGH, CRIOUP, ASTHMA, IN
and fur the relief of consumptive patients In advanced
stages of thce disease..
We need not speak to the public of its virtues.
Thrumgoutt every town, and almost every hamlet of the
American States, its wonderful cures of pulmonary comn
plaints have made It already known. Nay, few are the
t,llies in any civ iled country on this continent with
out seome personal experience of its effects ; and fewer yet
t~e communities any where which have not among them
some living troph~y oif its victory over the subtle and dan
gerous diseases of the throat and lungs. WhIle It is tihe
muost powerful antidote yet knewn to man for the fermi
dale and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
i also the pieasantest and safest remedy that can be em
Icyed for infants and young persons. Parent. gould
Zave ttln, store against the Insidious enemy that steals
upon them'.unprepared. 'We hate abundant gonsto
believe the Cherry Jteteras saves more lives bythe con
eumptins it prevents than those it cures. KepIt by
you, and cure your colds while they are curable, nor ne~
let them uti no human skilca master the inexorab
eanker that, fastened on the vitals, eas your lIfe away.
All know the dreadful 'fatalit of lung disorders, and as
they know coo the virtues of t remedy, we used not do
msor than to assure them It is still made the best It can
se, We mppre no cost, ne( cars, no toil to produce it the
atst pseec possible, and thus atord those who rely on
It the hast agent which our skill can furnish for their cure.
PREPARED BY DR, L. C, AYER,.
Practical ad AalyticalChudSt, Lowell, Km.
.A ND -80LD BY
0. L PENN and DRtS.:A. G. A T. 3. TEAGUE,
Edgefeld C. H.; A. 3. PELLETIER A CO., Ham
burg, and by all dealers in inedicire. Wholesale by
HAVILAND, CHICiESTER A CO., Augusta, Ga,
June 2 ly 21
EXECUTORS NVOTICE.-AIl persont
Ldhaving ecnims against the Estate of Avory
Bland, deceased, are hereby notified to preseni
them, properly attested, imumediately.
J. S. SMYLY,)
J. A. BL AND, Ex'ors.
Ta. 6, a t
NOTICE.-All persona indebted to the Es.
.~tate of John Kirksey, dec'd., are hereby
Imely warned to make payment forthwith, and
'ose having claims against the Estate are notified
e' render them In, properly attested, at an early
r y. B. P. H. KIRKSEY, acting Ex'or.
n ec8 tn e 61
D TO PURIFY TIZE BLOOD.
I that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
It sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
people at the South, to be GOOD, and GOOD
.ECT GREAT CURES.
-han to publish what it is composed of. .It con
oholic extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
nthus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
on of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
mnd Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE..GUE.
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T HE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
friends in EDGEFIEL.D and adjoining Dis
tricts, for their liberal patronage during the last
ten years, would inform them that they still con
tinue to keep on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated manufactories of RAVEN BAj
CON & CO, IIAZELTON, BROS., and A. U.
GALE & CO., New York. for whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
such far famed celebrity, it is only necessary fot us
to repeat that for strength. durability and finish,
together with power, depth, sweetness and soft
ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
wanting a superior
would do much better to call and select from a large
assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
of inferior makers, where they have no choice, and
have often to pay higher prices fur inferior Instru
ments, than fine ones of superior makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE sold by us is
warranted in every respect, so the purchaser runs
no risk whatever. Persons ordering from a distance
from us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICL ., as we make it a point to keep goods of the
best qu:aliy and such as we can recommend aid
warrant in every respect.
Their stock of MIUSIC is very large and they
are constantly receiving all new pieces as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality always on hand.
They would a!so) call attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nil otler artieks.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
of GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS,
FLUTES, FLAGROLETS, VIOLIN BOWS, &e ,
and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrated
ACCORDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
Cash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and
April 7 1858 tf 13
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
WOUL D respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants anad Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Druigs, Medicines and Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN H1S LINE.
I feel assured th': no House in this City or else
where can offer a 0,oek *uperior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on more REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED I
All officinal preparations put tup under the stu
per vIsIon or graduates or the London anid Dublin
Colleges of Pharniacy, andi in strict conformity
with the formularies of the United States Phar
macopmia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
HAir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes,
&c., &ce., & c.,
is at all times comle~te. I would also call atten
tioni toa my st~oeki of
Paints,0Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, aC,,
which I prota~ise to sell 10 per cent LOWER thtan
any House in thtis City.
Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfactiont, the mony will be returned and ex
pences paid in all cases.
Agent for Sherman's'Patent Truun, and
the otnly depot for 'g'enuine sweedish LEECHES
in t~he City.
ggSofickting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confident that the inducemecnts of
feredl bot~h in lowness of price and punctuality in
attending to orders, will secure a portion -of your
3Z7Remember my Store Is under the Augusta
IIo~ei, Atugusta, Ga.
THIOM~AS 3. FOGARTY.
Atugusta, Marchm 30 ly 12
MIION TGOMlER~ Y 'S
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCREEN
ROCK(AWAY PREMIUM ,
WlE AT FAN.
THME SUBSCRIBER htaving purchased the
. l. ight for this State, now offers to Planters these
justly celebrated FA NS for cleaning 'i heat. This
Fan is superior to any thipg of t1he kind now in use,
as the number of premiums awarded at different
State Fairs will attest. It is simple in its structure,
easily rigged, works well, and when out of order,
erm be repaired by any ordinary mechanic. It is
adpted to cleaning all kinds of grain. For further
particulars see [land lill, which will be furnishecd
any one desiring such.
COTTON GINS AND THRASHERS.
- Also c .nstantly on htand a supaply of Cotton Gins,
which I warrant to be equal to any nmade. Also, a
lt of Thirashters which are so extensively known
that I deem it unneccssary to culogise thenm htere.
These Minchines are all nmenmiaetured int this place.
by skillful workmen, andl of the very best niaterial,
anal warranted to do what is saiid for thenm. A ny
orders for either of the aboive Machines, addressed
to the subscriber, or left witht my Traveling Agents,
will be promptly attended to.
Abbeville C. II., S. C., May 18, 3m 19
Anti Spasmodic Tincture.
TIlE BEST MEDICINE TlA T 'lAS EVER
BEEN OFFERED TO THE PUBL1C FOR
GENER AL FAMILY OR PLAN
It should be kept in every family ready for use
in cases of Colic or other violent attacks of dis
.For Horses fad Mles-It rearly fatils to cure
even the worst cases of Colic.
It is highly recommended by those whto have
tried it in this District.
HOME TESTIMONY IN ITS FAVOR.
-EDG EFIELD, C. H., June 19, 1858.
Da. Dunss-Dear Sir:-1 have tried your
A Ati-Spasmodie Tincture in diseases of horses, as
|Colic, and have recommended it in various cases,
and have not yet known it to fail in effecting a
speedy cure. I have also given it to my servants,
when they have eomplained of being unwell, and
have found it to give quick relief, especially in
Colic. it sffords me pleasure to recommend a
medicine so useful in violent attacks of disease and
so valuable for general use in families and on plan
tations. F. M. NlCHOL AS.
0T For sale by Dr. A. G. & T. J. Teutgue, and
G. L. Penn.
June 23 tf 24
NOTICE-AIl persons having claims agains
the Etate of James S. Coleman, dee'd., are
hereby notified to render them in by the 1st March
1859-otherwise their notes or accounts will posi
tively be debarred. And those indebted to said
Estate must pay up by the 10th February next, or
they will most assuredly be compelled to pay costs.
BENNET PERRY, Adm'or.
June 9 a..- 22
;EAF FAMILY GROCERIES!
HE Subscriber is now receiving and opening
r a VERY CHOICE STOCK of well selected
ro which he begs leave to invite the attention of
?lanters in want of Choice Supplies. He may be
ound in the Mlck of Buildings formerly occupied
>y GEORGE ROBINSUN as a Hardware Store.
ply course will be to adopt the old motto,
'A nimble Penny is better than i
Slow S1hlling !"
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar
St. Croix SUGAR ;
New Orleans, old process, SUGAR;
"9 nEw " do.
Stuart's A. B. and C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
" Sugar House SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio b. superior;
English Dairy and 1oshen CHEESE;
Choice Old BRANDY and Holland GIN ;
Jamaica and New England RUM ;
John Gibson's XX and XXX;
Rectified and Tennessee WHISKEY ;
CONFECTIONARIES and PICKLES;
MACKEREL, SALMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOUR, &o., &o.;
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other article; too tedious to
mention. THOS. RERNAGHAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in Kitts, I and i BbIs;
Buckwheat FLOUR, No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; and CRACKERS;
25 Bbls. Fresh Thomjaston LIME;
Hamburg, Jan. 19 ly 2
-EBroac1 Mt.. . -usMaata, Ga.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
$00000 WORTH of the above Goods,
Scarefully seleted from the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at a very small advance on Cost.
In addition to the above, I have on hand,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
VERY CHEAP I
g0 The Subscriber solicits a call from his South
Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
g TEaas.--Retail, CASH. Wholesale, time
with approved paper. No sepon rice asked.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40
CHRISTIE & HVRLBERT,
T H cE Subscre-offer for sale at the old stand
of R. u. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articles in their line. They have
made arrangementsl to keep their Ilouse supplies
with the BE$T ARTICLES, from the BES'J
Factories in the United States, which they wil
sell LOW FOR CASH, or for good paper or
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des,
ription will be furnished to order on short notice
April 22 tf 15
T HE Subscribers retu.-n thecir thanks to thei
kind piatrons for the li'e: I b.'po.-t they
have received, and respe e.:Zally :.Olici a continu
ane of that generous petroIage.
They state with confidence now that they arc
WELL PREPARED to carry on the
oach Making and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
seated in a durable, handsome, style and by work
mn skilled In their respective traides.
We have and intendi always keepin'g on handa
large and fine assortmient of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C,
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of much value to tho lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
ment a full Stock of Northern' BUGGIES and
CA RRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
~Allsorts of REPAIRING done in the best
manner. and with the greatest dispatch.
ITCall and examine our Stock. Our prices
have been put down to corresipond with the hard
tims..SSITH & JONES.
Dcc 23 tf 50
NEW SPRING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
7HOS. P. LARUS, August1, Georgia,has
th;lisi day rec.eived a large lot of SPR'NG
GOODS, and wifl continue to do so through tbe
sammer, consisting in part of
Ladies' Salk F xed CONGRESS GAITERS,
do do do ~do
-do Glove Kid Congress do
dho Colored TIPT .do
do Black do - do
do Fine Philadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP.
Misses' Fixed Kid-Top KOSSUTTI BOOTS,
do Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS and TIES
Chuildrens' S110OES, of every description,
Mens' Calf Opera PUMP BOOTS,
do Goats H EELED INVINCIBLES,
do Patent W. S. PlJMPS and Oxford TIES,
do Goats B. S. do
do Calf B.S. do
do Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Calf do do
Boys' do do do
'With a variety too numerous to mention. Call
and look, as I have attentive Clerks- who will be
glad to show the Goods.
Augusta, Geo., A pril5 . tf 13
Octagon Burial Cases
T HE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at him
LFurniture Roo ne, oppotite the Post Office,a
large assortment of this new style of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, of beautifpl form, and finished
In brfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CAS ES are now extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep '?ady for delivery at a moment's
warning, a flue Stock of WOOD COlaFINS, of my
own manufacture, and of all sizestprices and qiuality.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefeld, 14ay 13 tf 18
My terms for selling METALiC BURIAL CA.
SE is Ca, but should the cash, not accompany
the order, interest will be ched from the day of
delivery. ,JON M. WITI'.
4. B.--Wood Coffins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf 2
- EGAS--Now open a few thousand veoy
in. SEGlAR. 3. B. SULLIVAN & C0.
T- A B L I
.. - having just re
cuved fom New York a most C0 L _and
MAGNIFICENT assortment of -
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is prepared to exhibit a beautiflt:and
well manufactured assortment of CABINET FUR
NITURE. My large assortment consists in part of
a splendid variety of fine and superfine
A richlot-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood sand ahogany a ibriu
SECRETARIES WIT!1 BOOK.CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and,Mahogany
Mahogany and Rosewood Tales,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EmPAN
SION, QUARTETTE and Ladies WORK TA
Corner Stands and Portabl Desks,
A variety of ue
An unusually large assortment of
Comprising Solid Mahogany spangbttom Rock
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs;. Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
CURTAIN BANDS, PICTURE CORD AND TASSEL, CRIB
- CRADLfS, TOWEL RACKS, &C.
All of which will be sold at a very smal per
cent above actual cost prices. I am compelledto
continue the CASH SYSTEM, and- will rigidly
adhere to it in future, as I am well convinced that
it is much the best system for all parties.
An examioatiot of my Stock is solicited.- Better
barge.ins 'ae 't6 ' be had in' Augusta or any
other Soulte -a CLy.
I coaJ ipo to make to order rviy FURNITURE
wanted, and also t. repair all old Furni ure sent.
Send plongy your work aord i bhall be done in a
Mr Lbespeak a liberal share of public tron
age. J. N. WITT
Apr 21 tf 15
GRAY & TURLEY,
HAVE just received from New York, another
lot of those FINE WHILE BRILLIANTS,
at 121 cents per yard. -
Also, Isabella, Jonannah and Caroline Whte -
Ladics' Marseilles COLLARS and SETTS, both
white and Colored ;
Birmingham and bletropulitan Extension HOOP
Black Silk MITTS, both long and short, with
and without fingers;
An entirely new and handsome lot of RIBBONS,
for Ladies' Bonnets
Finty pieces fine IRISH! LIbTEN, to be sold by
the piece only, at extraordinary low prices;
D)AMASKS, DOYLIES, NAPKINS;
TOWELS. crash and linen ;
'SHEETING, at prides that cannot fail to com-.
mand a quick sale.
Those in want of- such Goods would do wdI to'
call soon. -
Augn~a, June'143 . t~f . 23
TNcorisequence. of-the anticipated, war, I amn-'
.again furnished with aJarge sdiplly.-of thie .
ONLY 'COAL OIL N0owIlNusE, 'tf 411' .
explode, namely, the - *
BRECILENRIDGE ,051I% OIL.
Together with LAbIPd, SHADES; CHIMNEY3,,
The above Oil is warranted not to explolef gum,
congeal, or smell when burning, gives a light equal
to ten candles, and costa less than one half of a
cent a hour to consume it.
I will sell the Lamps and Oil at Now York pri
ces, adding 10 per cent. for transportation, for Cash.
Persons will please remember that this Otlis
different in all respects from the imperfect article
called Kerosene Coal Oil.
No piersun in Augusta has the genuine Coal Oil
for sale but THOMAS P. FOGARTY.
Under the Aangusta ilotel.
Augusta Oa., JuneI15 . U 2
TIfE LIYER INVIGARIOTOB.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
Sa greatt scientific medical discovery and le dally working
- eure,%almiost too great to believe, It cures as if by mag
c, even the first dose giving benefit, and se~ldomu more than
one bottle icrequired to cure any kind of Liver Complaint,
from the worst .Jaundlce or D) spepia to acumton bead
he, all of whilh are the result of adiseased Lh er.
The*.iver is one of the principal regulators of thme
hun,an body, andi when it p~erfo~rms its functions well
the p~owers of the system are fail develotped. The
stomach is almost enitirely d .ependeti on the. hesllhy
actint of the Liver fur the proper performance of i
funlons. When tihe stem aolh is at fault, ihe bowels
ar at fault, and the whole s ystem s uffe rs in comae
onence of one organ-he Liver- having ,eud to
do its duty. F-or the disetls es or that organ, one the
proprietors has made i his study, in a practice of
more than twenty years, to find some remedy where
w it h to counteract ite ma)niny derangejuents to
Tprove ti at tis re medy is at last found, any
person troubled with Liv er Comilaint in an y
.f its f',rms, has but to try a bottle, and conviction i
A rcolmpound has been ~sformed by dissolving gu'ms
and . extracting that part ,..whlch Is soluble for the ae
tive virtues cof the medi cine. These gums remove
all morbid or bad matter frm the system~ supply
ing in their place a h~ealth~y flRow of bile, invigorating
the stonmeh, causing food to digest well, purifying
the blood, giving tonmyand health to the whofemachr
nery, removing the causes rof the disease, and elect
ing a radical cure without a ny of the disagreeable
after effects, felt by using r-. Caloamel or Mineral Pot
ne dseaftr etin isp sufient to relIeve the e
stomach, and prevent the food from rIsing and sour
(Itly -one doe taken before retiring, preveptl
Onlytny e dose taken at ,.inight loosena the bowels
gently, andl cores coalive . ness.
Oneose taken after e: cit *' meal will cure Dyipepala.
WgOnc dlose of two tea spoonsful will always re
ne btle taken for fe t male obstruction, removes
the cause of the disease,, anid makesaperfectecure.
Only one dlose imedeti ateily relieves Ubolie, while
One dose, often repeated.~ is a sure cure for Chol
era 3Morbus, and a pre r, ventaivo of Caolera.
One dose, taken often, ,,will p revent thereurnco
of Bilous Attacks, while it relieves all painflhl feel
09 Only one bottle Is needed to throw out of the
system ,the effects of medi clue after a long sickns. *
One bottle taken for -Jaundlce, removes all
yellowness o r unnatural C() color froti the akin.
One dose taken a short time before eating gives vigor to
the appetite, and makes food dlgest welL.
One dose, often repeated, cures Chronic Dlarrhqs n its
wot forms, while summer and .bowel complaints yield al
On or two dose cures attnack caused by wormi, whihefor
worms in chIldren, there is no surer, safer or speedier ren
edy inthe world, as it never fails.eetame hyar
Plain sober facts, tht we can give evidence to prve, while
al who use it are gIving their unanimous tetmony in Its
e take infinite pleasure In recommending this medicine
as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chi Fever,.and all
Fevers of a Bilious type. It operates with gertainty, and
tiousandsare willing to testify to its wonderfal~virtues.
Amng the hundreds of Liver Demedies now ofibred to
the public, there are none we can so highly recommend as
DR. SANFORD'S INVIGORATOR, so gnerally known
now throughout the Union. ThIs pe arto is truly a
Liver Invigorator, producing the most happy results on all
who use It. Almost lnnumerable certilceaes have been we.
en to the great virtue of ibis medicine by those of the high
est standing in society, and we know It to be the best prepa
ration now before the ublIe.-HIEdO hsiDaucu
Proprietors,*15 Broadway, New York~
For sale at Edgefleld C. H. by G. L, IFENN, Aget
June 16,1858i. iy12
T HE Subscriber having purchased that excel
.lent and well-fitted out Brick Yard, long ,
known as the Slmki' Yard, has just made and.
thorotghly burnt 100,000 CHOICE BRICKS,
which will be sold on reasonable terms. A 'con-*
sadorable discount allowed for the Cash..
H. D. CROOKER.
April 21 1858 tf , 15
N EW FLOUR-Just received a few as
NEW FLOUR from NEW WHEAT. - .
G. L. PENN, Agent.
June 16 tf 23