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My father died, God rest ul
When years Insunh IP
And 14 me'inittiAild alonO
A ste p-gr aiAd9, now namore,
Taught me my P's and Q,
* And'eTig in my'years hedinn'd
You'lf paddle your own canoe.
my onio wiis eElysian spot
Of right iaid sunny hue,:.
And therererel the sooner left,
T. loi i own canoe.
Andthrough the world I roamed at large,
O'erIandsa& ocean blue;
And though the struggle oft was hard,
I paddled-my own canoe.
For thi gud, man to man
Then s.il'withhealthsanistrength you're blest,
ast'iaddle your own canoe.
As partners in the strife for gain
S6lf-interest will pursue;
An leave'you with their debts, perhaps,
To paddle In your canoe.
Anhen no.sympathy you'll find
roen ffieids that once were true
The newyou iost when first you eemed
toaidlee-your owi canoe. -
Buttone cherished object sought,
*Aveven kept in view;
A fiietid pfpure unsullied heart,
A in4 she is hi.rede and deed
ercinterestfline is too;
We tWinare one-I still may say.
I Mle my on canoe.
rc. FAREWEIL TO WINITE.
F46elltothee, Winter, thy triumph is o'er;
Thou Hiitehain up the fountain and streamlet
Ir't'ades are bursting their pentprison free,
Adiiirnig echo replies to their glee.
gnepgurn,,thy departure,for close at thy heels
pgherlightfootsteps of verdure re
Aujght*ttigsongsterare singing her praise,
iEfldy.lland ;oodjaud? resound with their
II9MfEirejoieing to see thee depart,
tig zephyrs are touching her
And s 'vally liliea peep out from their bcds,
Still modeay'drolngtheirdelieste heads.
I1M;, o'io'nofjoy; every bird, tree and flower,
V. - 7s eleopmws~ lehour
Then farewell to-Winter, as ofl'and afar
islossmned crowned daughter shall reig
FZrOr.wCITaS: I didn't -
toedaech at this tirh4 iere
ie .'xkguish myse,but Imly
Gentlodmen, I am the~>as a candidate.
obrhe superflue . floating candidate
ant to makr 'I'.s district, and i only:
g -aifew remarks at this time.
'go-od many of you; gentleine, iris
neverneen me befo're,.andi n mereLyf want
to state uly views upont tle qpzesfons t
1be gitated. Gentietiin.f was bUdi in
the county of S'ulli'an, and fotahed up in
Enor, without parentage; and if it hadn't
beefor the goodness of.'God, and several
otliegentlemnen, who took me, when. but
ana orphan bo~y of twenty-five yearse of
age,'and-gin me an education, .1 might
have been; as ignorant as -the common
jpeople; or, even you gentlemen.
IGentlemen, my father was a patriarch
of- the Revolution, and I,am a patriarch.
Gentlemen,.my father stained the walls of
America with his blood ;.and when Goen.
.Jackson killed the -injins, at Orleans, I
'waded-up to any knees in mud. Gentle
enr.I am opposed to nullification. Gen
diemen, I 'would rather be a galipot slave,
than be a. nullifier. Gentlemen, I haint
got time to give you my views now, but
1i'llslon you agin in a few days. But,
gentliemen, there is a sort of bigbugs that
kir~jing to put me down, but 1 defy 'em,.
~e~tiemen. -I hope to be delivered out' of
the hands of my enemies as Moses was
deliveied out of the hands of the bulrush
.G.enflemen, come across the square,
aid take something to drink, and we'll
git better acquainted.
THE following *"cure.for the gout," is
taken from an old wvork:
~irst. Trho person must piek a hand
kerclhief froin the pocket of amaid of fifty
eyears, who has never had a wish to change
Secoud. He must wash it in an honest
Third. He must dry it on a person's
hedgie ho-was never covetous.
F~itt, THe must send it to a doctor's
shwlio'~h never killed a patient.
-Fifth. He mustriaark it with a lawyer's
ink, who never cheated a-client.
Sixth. Apply it to'ths part affected, and
a ur vill speedily fellow.
OD PazsoK M., of Torringford, was
&queer sort of a man. One time when
hiscopngregation had most of them fairly
disposed themselves for their afternoon
'nap,.be started theni as. well their ideas of
propriety).hy asking in his loudest tone,
At another- time, some straiigerfs com
ing to church with~hide the congregation
'id mote: attenlitot them dhan ti~y
- d&~oJdim. Losingal af tience he stop
p~ed in his sermon aniai e~Tia~ts
in my pew are my cousins from H.; so
yon needn't siare at them nny more."
D 1 attend churchto. day,
sas'Iharged ob"61iquired an -old plan
r of 6ne of' islaves, as he returned to
"Sartain, massa," was Cudjo's reply,
"an' what two mighty big story dat
preacher did tell."
"1ush, Cudjo, 'you musn't talk that
way-what stories are they ?"
Why, he tell do people no man can
sarve-two massas; now dis de fuss story
kase you see old Cudjo tarve you, my
old massa, and also my young massa
John. Deu de preacher says, he will
love one and hate de oder, vhile he knows
I hate you boff."
A-x honest -Hibernian- had come far to
see Niagara; and while he gazed upon it,
a friend asked him if it was not the most
wonderfulthinghe had ever seen, to.which
he replied:-"Never a bit, man-never
a bit. Sure its no wondor at all that the
wather should fall down there, for I'd
like -to know.what eould hinder it !
A snARP . talking lady was once re
proved by her husband, who requested
her to keep her tongue in her month.
" My dear," reasoned the wire, "it is
against the law to carry concealed weap
THiERE is an 'old horse in this city so
poorly fed that his owner never has to
put sleigh-bells on him-his ribs rattle
together so that lie can be heard for 'half
"PAT, if Mr. Jones comes before my
return, tell him that I will meet him at
" Ay, ay, sir; but what shall I tell him
if he don't come I"
A Poon, hard-working and feeble moth
er, recently insulted her daughter-a girl
of seventeen idle summers-by asking
the Miss to help her iii the kitchen. Out
TnEnE is a gentleman in this city so
polite that he begs his own pardon every
time 'he tumbles down; being good na
tured, he always grants it.
A daguerrotypist lately took the. por.
trait ofa lady in such an admirable man
ner that her husband preferred it to the
"Wuy is John Bigger's boy larger
than. his father t Becaueo- h- 4 a liUlc
To kiss a rosy checked girl, and' find
your mouth filled with Venetian red, and
she growing pale on it is truly awful.
Taiur up a. child in the way he
should'nt go.pn h'in he gqts oldihe'll
lick his mammy.
ANew Pamily Grocery I
S. E. BOWERS,
I VD .*rst~f -ef RO~nnsn's HardaefJ? Store
Ii HAMBSIUaG, S. -C.
RIESPECTFULLY info~rms his friends an
the-pabbe'gezaerally, that he has-ped
- iVew EArocery j~
were e wacn"
steek.o3~'"" on hand, a choice
AND - AMILY GRCRIES, .GLASS
ser OOiWCKERT WARE, which ivill 'be
~ii he lowest market pries.
Thepublic are earnestly solicited to call and.
examiine my stock before buying elsewhere,.and
every exertion on my part,- wdl be made to math
fy th' ose that-call.
There is now in Store a large supply Sugars,
Goffees, Teas, Molasses, Syrups, Wines, Liquor,
Porter,.Mustard, Pepper, Spics, Ginger, Nut
megvs, Cloves, Rice, Flour, Bacion, Lard, Cheese,
Butter, Tobacco, Segars, 'Snuff, Powder, Shot,
Lead,.Lamp and Paint Oils.
'Albo; TPubs,. Buohets, Chmus..Brooms, Brush
es, Blacking, &e.
Also, 20,000 lbs choice B.4CON FIDES, and
2,000 lbs-John.Fitch & Son EXTRA HAMS.
August 7, if 29
Important Sale of Negroes,
ON THlE 27-ru DAY OF APRIL NEXT.
T E Undersigned, h~aving nearly completed
Ltheir contract .on the South Carolina Rail
Road, will positively sell, without reserve, on
Tusdhy, the 27th day of April next, at Aiken,
South Carolina,.to the highest bidder,
One Hundred and Thirty Negroes,
3 Rorses, 90 Carts and Harness,
25 WHEELB3ARROWS, 1900-SHOVELS,
Rail Road Plowvs, Picks, Blacksmiths', Carpen
ters' and Wheelwright's Tools, &c.
These Negroes are, beyond doubt, the likeliest
gang, for their number, ever offered in any mar
ket-consisting almost entirely of young fellows,
from the age of 21 to 30 years ;somne few bays,
from 12 to 16 years of age, and four women.
A mong the fellows are first. rate Blacksmiths,
Carpenters, Coopers, Brick Moulders, Wheel
wright and Wagoners.
Amuong the women, ons excellent Weaver and
Seamstress, another a good Cook.
All well trained and discipliued for Rail and
Plank Road working,.(having just complefed a
splendid piece of work at Miken,. S. C., under
the utenagemnt of a gentleman of veny supesi
or ability and exp~erience, and well caleudatedto
train them,) which maktes them more valuable
than untrained hands,.to which we would rcs
petfully beg leave to call the attention or those
engaged in such enterprises.
The Mules are'all' stout, young, seleet, well
broke and in fineordler.
The Carts were gotten up by oneo of the best
manufacturers in the State-Iron axles, and net
much injured by use.
We deem it unnecessary to say more, as the
property will show for itself-.
- J. C. $PR&ULL & CO.,
-Ailien, S. C., immediately on the R. R
Mareb 25 3t 10
HpE beautiful ani thoreugh bred~ Stallion
a ."-S CO U T," known as Towles' Horse,
will stand the ensuing season, at the following
plaes:-Colpman's X Roads, W. W. H~arird's
Store, at or near H. C. Hecrlongs, Dr. Cooper's
Store and Starling Turner's.
B. M. SCURRY.
.Mareb1.8 4t 9
A LL ?ersons indebtled' ttih4FeI3steof Same
.t.son;B.:Mays.dce'd., are requestedito make
paymrent, andaalU those~havingsdemanile. agsinst
sai~estatowill present them prdiperly attested
according to- law. - -..
EVELINA V. MAYS, Adm'x.
Aprail 3 - .l 11
S. '. TO IPK 5,
M7 0 s-immediately in rear of theCsCoun
Jan 22 t 1
G. W. L A N D R VM,
Wy LL Practice in tha .Courts of ;LAW an
EQUITY -for' Edged;d - and Lexingto
Offiecin Law Range, Edgefield C. 11.
Jan 16, tf 52
WILL be found at all times in his Office, a
Edgefield Court House, near the PLAN
He will attend promptly and strictly to busines
in his profession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
W IN. M. HIL L, 11. D.,
FFERS lis, professional services to the'citi.
zens of our Village and District. Havinj
graduated at the.University of New York,,-witl
high honor, where' he availed himself for the las
two years, of the advantages to be derived frou
the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals
&c., &c., offers his services to his fellow-citizei
with the hope that he will prove *orthy of i
share of their patronage.
97 ROOm at the Si-AkNi HoTEL, No. 7.
Oct 2, 2if 37
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. 1., or'Sleepy Ciek
P. 0., S. C.
March.11 Ty 8
JAYXES B. D AY,
OF RICHMOND, :VIRGINIA, -
Permanently located at Edgefield C
TI., offers his ,prafexpional services
to the eiiiens~ of'ho Village and
its vicinity ;.and will attend to aiy call he may
have either in the Village or Countr*.
All operations warranted.
March 13,i850. '5 8.
ror Tax Collector
F. W. BURT.
B. F. GOUDEY,
HENRY H. HILL.
ELIJAH T. RAUCH.
BARNEY M. LAMAR,
WILLIAM L. PAlUKS,
L. A. BROOKS,
IL. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODI,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
Edgefield Male Academy
TEAdM 5 K1TED.
A rTEACHER is wanted to take charge of
the Edgefed-Male Acadey.: The
cant must he a TEAC ETRO
one who bas expcierl in li~buresgn ew:S
plyr qulifid&for rea y unuen for stle
61 If 45$
T ' t5:rJersigned JAMss M. C. FR EEL.AND
and JAMEE A. TALEERT, both of thie State
and District afoksad ~do hereby certify that
they have formed wlrsasually enlled alimnited
Partnershiilunder tile'name ofJ-. M. C. FEE.
z..iNoor "tlie 'transaction of of the business of
MIeroaandize,' mainlyinthe Dry Goods line,,.in
the said District, at- theStorc~house, now in the
possession of the Undersigned J. M1. C. Freelund.
J. M; C. Ii'eeland: is to-be the general part
ner and the 1!nd'ersignedl, James A. Talbert is
to be the special partnrisaid concern ; and
the latter, James A. Talliert, tle speii'a1'partner,
is to contribute thirty-six hundred and thirty
sir 66-I00 dollars to the capftal on which said
business is-tobo bondneted.
The partnership hereby formed is to comn
mence on the fifh .day of March next, and eon
tinue ro'r two years~
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands, this thetwernty-eighth day of February,
J. M. C. FRIEAND,'i
-JAS. A~ TALBERT.
March 4 . .6it . 7
NEW BOOT & SHOE FACTORY !
(Next door to SUoxarvaN & BnoTnEWr.
W HIERE may be had BOOTS SHOES
~Yof all desceriptionis, made of te
13y the-BEST WORKMEN!
A large-Stoek of Home made Plantation Bro
gans of the bes't goa~ity. Planters re ivited te
Upper, Solo', Harness and'Belt Leather uponi
good terms for cash.
Mr. J. D. Tzra-rrs, the Foreman of this.
Establishment, will fill all orders for miaterials
and exeeuto all orders for work with'aEsbatch.
. - R. T. MIMS, Preopristor.
Jan8 .- -tfi . 51
ALTof FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
A fibeIbb oft Hollonw or Pot Wuare wheh wiR
be sold ve.ylo'w for cashor punctual buyers.
Jan 6 . f 1 -
ALL those indebied'to. the etate .1 Wiffans
1).Garrett, dec'd., are requtested:. to- make
payment forthwitht, and those rhavintg demands
against said estate will rende: them in properly
attested, according to law.
WM. G. HAIWMON.D > a
THOS. GARRETT. -
A LL those indebted to the estate of Nathan
1.Norris, dee'd., are requessed to male piy
ment forthtwiti, anid:tose' having demands
against said estate will please present them bn
mediately, properly strste&scoding ..
March.4 , , . 6' 7
LLersons indebted to the Estate of E. HI.
No is, deo'd., will ..pleaseepmo -f .rward
and make prompt payment,, and- those -hilng
demands against -said estat6,U'are requested to
render themi perytt09
t - .
J- re eivn
- - - A
e Vl.p thine e
U ~ ~ G I~U4
'T -SuN e era ar nvrieefiing
tf -E.I- arSoffered
I if ifEST H
; --A LI
-A GOO IP.ZX-A
Of Cvry tr t thll persons vi
eall exwt athblaClvcs
Augusta, a N 6
THE Subscaibei we n irc
Kthiq th$~wdB~ akSSO
to hs f: Atm
CO1YIB8- UTTON-*-IINS, NI
age f" h bel' i d ln-t ategant Stock
eieJc - m
Dye nt - ib' i tber e its atty
..O 1iaspn .rnem e
Of avecco r nae4 th e i t a sp'
Tlae anet~4eigfa egous
Agp. iop ' qil e is..th - wil
The i to parebas o lifntha n
M- M~Ibqf~h-vInr will pit
Augweta' call- Nadi:6 s 6m
Dp . ri e
Whoe cId &b rgist
rr L Ingm tbauka
a-gee fdr-II n 2a' tf . -
- a ~ aw.~rira ep
Tiannes ~ Wtindws-Ss
Bldeindrs or Fupramen .snc
a allotheftaeNI 1racetasiliNs
Bedseadsi TablesofWisStahs, lin
keiltd eifio allidr-si~his . ok- n
made o ao o er -
Thll arejrauires Seeic pag ifa'
ean efneatEde~ld WoutIowse asenn
beond . Dg 'imc
-anllhe raiciii -sale ther launsse
dtea Tbes i - tn~sk
pCistanf e f~~'Irhe
mae or T~iegeto oiv anca al
L. -glas an
portin of t i ell* timrd okand can be pfur
oha ee wherresaile ibra terms. on wr
bo n ne . ~ - -
Aeb k~ess*76r Oil 4.oie
the best salarteiland b
ors. obi L. ojr~ . iiMs
All odersad&Ei~?to~iis.tr oe
orto Mr.iL.r-ss wil
Al Dtos n tthe sa it
ofeStat ' -Ihr esi
Uae~lb T ooMu~~t
O...iinefk,&fT -. '*
o it- -
TAIL D2EA LER IN
'RUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,
)TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
the LARGEST-and BEST ASSORTMENT
this city.; Their.Stock consists of the latest
EKSAND CHILDRN'S CLOTHING
isiting-our city, are respectfully solicited to
iont Manufacturers, both North and South
EDLES, RAZORS, SCISSORS
OS, WALLETS, POAT-AONIES
I Pens, Spectacles, &c., &c.
5 AND MIRROR,
11 an cheap Stock of
Books, Paper, Ink, &c., &e,
,y inr the-country, the Subseribers are deter
my House in Charleston or Augata.
ase call and examine for themselves.
DUNHAM & BLAKELT.
TAX COLLECTQR'S NOTICE,
TWITl attend at thef iuOwing plne6s herein
after specilied to collect the General and
Distriet Tas fur the year 185).
At Dorn's, . onThursday, 1it' A pril.
" Smyley's, John" F'riday, 24: "
" Allen's, ... " aturday, 3, -"
" Zdgefiieldg H . Mon , ;5fh' "
" r'sc ' " w~a 1th "
~'M lng " 1~a, !i
" Iaid'm- " ed'ay 1ti "
" rry~', *" Traiy, Eil "
?L Wilcnlnii's, " ria , 1d "
" Rieada'' "' Siatiid y,' 1th
" 'Moonrt''s, ik." Tuindlig, 1't
" P.iavird's, . " Widd'day, 28t "
"'PSeprry's ." Tfhursday,.261h 4
"Sus.Rihrdo '" Saturday, 2-ih "
-"g iersoI's " lMonday, 2t "ay
"-oe,~ Nic" Tesdy -27rh "fSae
"on Moly', Wlae d'de oay t28 ,they
"ahe'uatanito Fhunrdy 3t: '
"Sctt's or Satu rda 2ia"
"EgfedCII. "~ ModyT tMy
Afitnernhinietierbs, -wl eue
ame R Irr.! I. H1:.,dT.cC E. D.
IP. a.-Ten hateuie the owndars Jfsames 1
Go-rpay the T axe tn he Tax i Cole oin e a
os Vh harir, slavesi arre ttpa taxeathy
shonliipaik treth'e witrts. imts
t~Stater o oth fr CarROLLin
Brionis anm otherscainoftiOdr
or -esi bl ilb t ien fr Paronfes
aginT tppemrn. ht h efnat ae
.-.riyAH.S Garret, C.E.aEth
S b2rtan B: .'Si''k 664 if~ir .
tifL' Sicitor rdered' Orhal Dile-n
fendtemr, plea or Bnswe of he
ort sai bil il be an pconesso
R, F QurksAdoh. IMKaSe. E.E.D
Febta 2Willi am 6iiaunadGog .
STAnTEo o OF-8UT CarlFARn~f' oIdtA.
aihfnd.ete .ubli Bitio of ore or
es. 464'I~gans thlemn.
S~>ame 8lPA mtor-Sof for ca hallin
RI F.,urlens a oers an find i
.IT pperin to myji~ satistoth th diefe-:.
dans, iuilli 15. tron adr .GorgelI W.
do'i ule d thatrhaid dfen.n 9 00ur
plad orh an ver oth satid ilwt pre.
.wInxoile ebintion o~fits rdperor stde
garaifae tRcnfso a gltonta a ormintthm-'"
i ol egland etoe an und ame in
Lth tract o landon .wielingsort &Wiht
po poe artwtiooland, an 00t9
Ai~ll othemEilsk at the loweotpe.t
ni aN~datek~lpit sitan feror styred,
atreidence.llths tha ma fvorI ithS
VE GET A BL E
THE MOST P0PULAR
OF TUE AGEE.
lsed. y Phj8icns -of IgI Staudllilf.
These SITTERS removeell. morbid secretloas,
tiri the blood, give great tone and rigor to te
ageslive organs, fortify the ~ytem againatall future
d seaw canfbe.tken with- . at no time dbili..
tating the patient-being grat ul to the most: deli.
Cate stomach, and remaikabe'for their cheering,
hirigoratin'g, strengthening. and restor'etive proper.
ties, and an invaluble and sure remedy for
DYSPEFSI INWS WORST FORNS.
Also; Liver Cpmplaints, Jaundice, Ilearthurr. Cos
tiveneser Faintness, Disorders of the Skin and Liver,
Loss of Appetite, Low Spirits, Nervous Hleadaele,
Iseldiness, Palpitationaf the Heart, Sinking and Full
sees of Welght.at the Stomach, and all other diseases
caused by. an impure state of the blood,-'liver, -et,
which tend to debilitate and weaken the-system.
Whn uter from ~a mrbid. and unnatural condtlo.
In as.. camrs of GENERAL DEBiLITY, this Iledi
cls ACTS LIKE-A CIAI'..
Have tested its etficacy, and thousands more are now
under treatment; and.not one solitary case of faflure
baweret-heen reported. Volumes could be Ailed with
eaertificates of those who hav6been permanently
call on the Agent, and get a PIPHLET,
Cortaining the CertiAcatrs of Remarkable Cures, and
the high estimation in which this Mediciie is held
by the IPule Press-can be had of.the Agents. free
sold by all the Genuine .lcine Depaii in the
gg Price 50 Cents per Large Botte.
Principal Oc, Itl FULTON ST., N. Y., up stairs
For sale at Edgefield C. It., by
A. G..TEAGUE, AGENT.
LEWIS-' TRAW CUTTER.
r IE Undersigned takc this opportunity of
.Lstating to the public, that' he will lave
mother lot of his 5tlwinee rendv -for narket Ifi
le course of a few. days. Persons wanimn
besge .3ln ei ill do well td'menu in tfleir or
ere early s ast to etsiure their-belngfihlelW -
Ile refesto.tlie f to6%ng Cirifiei-s; of the
any.whicelhas rodie for'ditibimnl-tes
imony in theiri. favor.
Wyso (Peiii'.) Janiaa-y2d 1851.
M1a Lay.--The Patent.Straw Cutter ~lhich
oinarpated, slid are now odrte~otlaindblie.
8 tetc s .ezolnt,.art pe and .deservee public
isek J~~P s . J:ri~a& Oeg:abzen
)jqhmsin all seit, and
.oid ahiin 'j with thaeoneI havey
e Uu~tim est i/'". T '
Re4e..l F EPOLU.ETe
Me. Tawis.A iitW! %imeo time minic ;
ed one ~gr youir StraW Cutters to eat roots -for
Iy prpaaton fGeorgia Sautoparilba. Somse
ifthe roote we're very linrd and tongh.--l anm
ppy to say .vour~ Straw Cutler hta far .exceeded
y epetat.:ous. The' ublie neede~ iot feat'of
s ifeftinag sul of o'rder by~ entting -straw or fodl
r,_or byaccidetally getting' hardesubstaces
t. Yours, respetfully;:; .
. EnrLt C. II,Sept. ie0-.s851;
in. W1. Lawils,-Sir rit yoist lette'r you
k hzia' Iflike th e~trau.Cutter 1 bought from
at. I say it exci-)s 'any tlikg'ffs kind I
ae ever seen, ad I esuldl not be i'ndueeAl to
t .with, it, .withaout -the p~rospect .ofgting
ctlcer, fer aniy ecunitnoni e.nsleratioin..
-.... --..-.-. WML P. BUTLEll. -
Drsa Saam:.I hjave been usning one of your
trawt Cutters o: onaeithr.e ur fs~zr monmhs,
dimaa tatited tint -its advantage's ori~r. all
I~er7nre sue'h that it -will recomndns itself to
ery ob bei-v#Ifs 2nnpedness., touttiry~ alle
ars of grain, in any desirable length, stst security
ube operator,tenminimtum of-lInswer requaire d
k eep it i operation,.,the dispinteiniih whicha
e-etes ha woark, combined with ilasiimplicity
d Tur~A~iftf, mus wplke itinyalwtable to every
no thatmaayha'e are for them.
-. A. GTEAGUS.
T!W\ar, L wgs, Ei.-r amburg,.S.CQ.
AHOUSE A ND LOTr contasining ashoui two
Cacres, one and a hitlf :nili-e from Edguheleld
athe Columba aad. There are. oat the. Lot
well of good wanter.and all ries'ry outbuaild
pgs'for a emal- family..
The plije will'bo'sold for Caash or on,time,
-'the -purchauezmoney being .amply secured
ltimeite passesion given.
I A pply at thitb'Office4 ': M. A
'Feb 5 - - - . tE .. 3
tHS ag domauds .agaitnet thi Estate
Lof Abner Peterson, dlee'd., wall render them
rproperly attested accordiug to lay 3und all,
oe indebted will make immnediate muet
Jan'22 3.m 1m
jE;eeetig calamity by Fire and the erealse
tihtnps~fhe Albacy I'far~rAfder it
mpersonim-nie o colle t ilnIIrfg debts.
h op thse ipilebtedi iwill enjre-mo4hse ncecesity
fa personal ifppi!idl by promptly Esatponding to
raLT ns p Iabediotli~sn of Tewis
co:gre , makejm
~dti daydet, a tliosealag demands
plhasth~le SIDC eop ente~ttqht ~ pelat
' .7 - ':k. ig Adm'k.
~V~.,~e~ed-. or6 t o t.1, 2.qsrd
140RI 'U isAa fBarea
Mfe ata A f M.%I7
Lionl ofrleurning of.iN.hiKa elw
Distrie4j - The wftefitpw:a!chk
wvih otbers, jiauye;1eapeiePqed. '
deuce, to recommena th AsMf~~ht a
rona,,o, of *the community. ~
The School was opeticil on 01w,
iince been:graiduahly inceaesing;
Iy.pxpectei.tia thSnibe. a
Y. greatly inerigascA, dutringte i,
The '41ititUte buildink oL9'w1Fqq
roirnw, all of which havie. , TPih1ij~
tilLd, for parpoe of Jndrucuob ,
Afilue apparatus; a lUrge colec*o
Anatomical Charts, GlIc,&e
Naturail 1ustor, Ainet of-P
helse furnish upiusua~ cilhitiI's
a pritotiali; Lnoiilctgc oftti.delpi
The course of Study ii o ~nn
ter, and More eouuvprehvaein' ' MIA that oC.bolt
r~malL aiIufitutu4qls of the higliest rePutallon~~.
to the ~uprme ~dusrcipo h atiU
chusiucirtt ""ilo I 04"
of 14, weteki i~ci-, It I- -of f
tthatihetutci be.- pR unt aOflbip. i.
meat Wo the' ScisionTL
for nicAi.fnel a few. Weekx dlyIMY~ eA
snw:dia;; f thepupil tlroisithy~~~.
Foi.Tiition in the:Pu, Punary Dpotieits3N~
viin, per kewiou..'. .
"Tililullo ilie. inryDeatin,4
'" " " Collegbie
1A.,xwifiP4m the l'Iano uid umnoflIp ifia't -.
Mmikrii LAnguliges. -eac,.. *00
Drawifig and Skctehingifro'M N-i"0;.
Patiating in Oils, Portrait athdlaai
[JsdofApaau. . z,.
Fuel ,nnd cAre- of aldi ,...u
GoodBoarding can beobtainelh
hgeincluding~ights,- In~hfzj, u
&a., at (Per ilsuh),.. .,
4f tiue S=con, arc,;elhongc~ -3 1,%
entrance to Ite end O 30ha $esaon-,~
All bills rn k re $7,
Close or cacti Seuuuuon. -- ,
in tile village at sqq "k,
'The Departnii. uui'h all 91.'
Vision or one of the, most actt~
pisheod tenehierp-ia 06. ate
[wadiioo ui;4eg I.vt
in tik 4part 'k, t