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NEW FALL GOODS, FOR 1853.
XVM. H. CRANEA
(First Dry Goods Store below the U. S. Hotel.)
LIS J ust reccived froin New York a large and
extensive assortment of
Suitable for Fall and Winter trade, which he o'firs
at VERY LOW PRICES. Ije would respectfully
invite those visiting the City to give him a call.
- AIONG TE.1 ARE -
Plain Blabk and Rich figured Silks,
Rich Plaid and Figured Silks, new styles,
Rich Plaid Merinos and DeLanes, (all wool)
Elegant Fig'd French DeLanes, new designs,.
Superior Plain French Merenos and L eLanes,
Plaid and Plain Colored Flannels, for Sacks, &c.
Superior Black Bombazine and Alpaecas,
Plain Black Crape Cloth and.DeLane,
Small Fgured DeLanes, some very cheap,
Rich French Cashmere Robes and Dresses,
A large assortment of new styles Ginghams and
Furniture Calico, Turkey Red Cambric,
Furniture Dimity and Fringes,
8 4 and 10-4 Damask Tabie Diaper, and Cloths,
Fine Damask Napkins, Diaper, Hituckaback,
A large assortment Gent!emen, Ladits and Chil
dren's Hosiery, (EngliMh and German,)
Fine long and Square Wool Shawls,
Plain and Embroidered Talma Cloaks,
White Crape and Colored Cashmere Shawls,
Fine Black Cashmere Long and Square Shawls,
10-4 and 12-4 Hamilton Sheeting, Pillow Case
A large assortment, STIRTINGS, SHEET
INGS, KERSEYS, together with a very great
variety of other Goods
Autgusta, Oct. 3, 1853. 3t 38
NEW FALL GOODS,
L D. LA L LERSTEDT has received at his old
. stand, (Corner of Globe Hotel, Broad Street,
Augusta. Ga..) a new and com.ni-te assortment of
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, for the Fall
and Winter trade, consisting in part of
Extra rich colored Brocade Silks,
Do. " " Broken Plaids,
Super Super Plain Black S.lks,
Do. " Watered and Figured do.
Rich Figured and Plain Paris:an DeLanes,
English and French Narenos,
Black and colored Alpacca,
Super Scotch Ginhams,
English and American Prints,
Purniture Dimity and Fringes,
Merino Cassimtere and Jeans,
Bleached and Brown Shirting,
Red and White Flanels,
10-4,11-4 and 12-4 Bed Blankets,
Negro Blankets, great fariety,
Osnaburgs. Stripes and Georgia Plains,
And a full Stock of every thing belonging to the
Dry Goods' trade, to which he invites attention.
A ngusta, Ga.; Sept 19 3m 30
D R. JOHN G. WILLIAMS having re
Scently moved to Ldgefield Viilage, for the pur
pose of devoting his whole time to the practice of
his Profession, would most respectfully so-licit a
share of that patronage. which was at one time so
generous'y extended to him.
10 For the present lie may be found during the
d1ay at WiLL.uis & Camus-rmE's Store, and at night
a his own residelee. the house recent'y occupied
by the Rev. C. A. R.yiuoxs, near the Male Acade
Sept 21 tf 36
T HlE Proprietor of the " V'AstETY STORE" would
in form the public that lie has on hand, and is
from time to ti:ne receiving supplies of
All Kinds of Toys for Girls and Boys,
Such ns Dolls of all descriptions, CryIng Babit's,
Porcelain, A labaster, India-Rubber and Kid Heads.
and somne very lairge W'ax Dolls, with natural hair,
moving eyes, and as natural as life.
NA RBLES of all kinds, Rubber BALLS, &e.,
&c., and wh'len you visit Auuta just call in and
buy a ntice presenit for the' good wife, the darlinig
boy :mrd the beautiful girl-as I have somnething
to suit each one, and perhaps you may see some
thung to suit "No. 1.''J". ULY
155 Broad Street, A ugusta Ga,
Sept 5 tf ' 34
liolins, Accordeouns, &c.
,FINE assortment of DOUB3LE LINED
-A VIOL!NS, at very lmv prices.
Also Strings, Ijows, Bridges. &c.
Fin A ecordeons, Flutinas, Fifes and some choice
Lined Silver Keyed FLU TES. &c., &c., just re
ceived at the " ARIETrY SToRE." by
.1. A. GURLEY,
155, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Sept 5 tf 34
J UST received a beautiful assortment of TOILET
BOTTiLEs, Bohemian and Cut Glass. Also
sonie Thlirty' diffrent kinds of TOILET SOA PS
andl a varity~ of' O!LS for the I hair. atL " V'ARiETY
Sroar,-' 155 Broad Street, A ugusta, Ga., by
J. A. G UR LEY.
Sept 5 tf 34
IN awsortmnent of SUPERIOR POCKET and
iiSPRING ENIVES, SPORTMAN'S Do.,
(containing enough different useful utensils to open
a small shop) miade by the well known makers,
Geo. Weustenholm & Sons, Jonathan Crooks and
Jose'jh Rodgers & Sons. Also somec American
patterns very goiod, at "VARiETY STORE," 155
Ero::d Street, Auusa Ga.
J. A. GURLEY.
Sept 5 tf 341
"Ho0w to muake Flour Rie.
T UST call in at the " iAnt1ETY STOR E" and buy
C, sonme of Paesrox & MEIRRILLS' INFALLIBLE
YEASTr P'OWD'ER. "and its bound to rise."
Call at the " 'AimT S'roaE," 155 Broad Street,
Augusta Ga. J. A. GURLEY.
Sept 5 tf 34
ON hand a good supply at 51,00 per Grossq, or
one cenit per box, warranted good. CatlI at
" ARiETY STORE," 155 Broad Street, Augusta Ga.,
and get your supply for the year.
J. A. GURLEY.
Sept 5 tf 34
Pair Ilomec made Plantation
HARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
OF ALL DEseRiPTioNs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp 0i1,
A t the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
- R T. MIMS.
July 21 t f .27
Rleady-M~ade Clothing i
J UST Received a heavy Stock of READY
MAD)E CLOTHIING, well suited to the Fal
and Winter Trade, and will be sold LOW FOR
CASH, or on easy terms to punctual custonmers.
Let the doubtfull examine for themnselvyes.
M. W. CLARY.
Claryton, Oct. 3, tf 38
Notice for a Teacher.
T HE Undersigned hereby publish for a Teacher
I.to take charge of a School in their neighbor
hood. The Sehool is located about three miles to
the East of Liberty Hill. No one need apply un
less thoroughlv qualified to teach the English brait
ehes. Address either of the Subscribers at Lomg
mires P. 0. It is desired to open the School about
the first of January next.
G. C. MAYSON.
Oct 5. tf 38
Fine Stock and Gin for Sale,
A N E W 50 Sawv GIN for sale on moderate
terms, made by TAvLR~o, of Georgia. A
-- A1.so -
A very superior FINE BRED RAM, about
thtree or fotur years of age, a ec oss of Liestershire
and Southdown-bred by Col. W. Hampton, and
from his best Stock. Sold merely to make a change.
LotP.0.. Oct3 3: 33
FOR YOUMG LADIES.
REv. C. A. RAYMOND, PRINCIPAL AND' PRoF. o
NAT. HISTORY, NAT. SCIENCE ANDCHEMISTRY.
REV. WM. CHRISTY, PROF. OF ANCIENT LANGUA
GES AND MATIEMATICS.
Miss HELEN MONTGOMERY.
Miss HELEN RAYMOND.
MRs S. A. RAYMOND, Dii ECTRIS AND TEACNE1
OF VOQAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
-, AssISTANT, (1~ be supplied.)
Miss HELEN RAYMOND, VOCAL MUSIC.
Drawing, Painting and the French Language
are also successfuLly taught.
T TIE Third Academic year will commence or
MONDAY the 19th of September.
The whole number of Pupils in attendance du
ring the past year has been 112.
, The next Session will commence with greatly
increased facilities for instruetion.' These consist
First, Of the very considerable additions to thi
building which have been made during the present
Secondly, Of the purchase of a very splendid
Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus, the original
cost of which was above $2,000. This has been
added to that already in the Institute.
Thirdly, Of a a-lditional nunber-of Teachers.
Fourtfily, Additional Pianos, five of which. and
an Organ for the practice of Sacred Music, are now
in the Inst-tute.
There will Also be opened in connection with th
Institute a PERMANENT BOA RDING HOUSE.
For this purpose the very desirable and spae:ous
mansion, fornerly owned by Mr. EDMUND PENN
has been purchased by the Principal. A large num
ber of Pupils can here enjoy not only the comfort
of a well regulated home, but they will be st al
hours under the control and watchful care of their
Teachers. Their hours of study, seasons (of recrea
tion, visiting, &c., will be regulated by their instrue
tors; and any directions which parents may give
concerning their children will be rigidly observed.
Board can also be obtained in several of the best
iamilies in the Village.
The Trustees take pleasure in adding their re
newed commendations, to the flattering testimonials
which aie -daily given of the very hightstinatte in
wheh this Institution is held. They think that not
only does it deserve fully, the patronage of their
fellow cit:zens. but that the People of the Distric
may justly feel proud of raising up. and sustaining
such a noble Institute in their iidst-an Institute
which they believe second to none.
They also take pleasure in recomntding to the
patrons of the School the Rv. War. CHRIsTY of
Alabama, a Presbyterian Clergyman, a gentleman
with witorm tley' :re personally ;equainted. Mr. C.
brings with him rare qualieatentis, ripe experience.
aid the best recomnlations. His acceptance 4f
the position offered Iim in the Institute, they are
convinced will add very much to its strenath and
inerits. The Assistint yet to be chosen in the M1u
sical Dep:irtnent, will be required to poassess tht
The Academiical year is divided into three Ses
sions of 14 weeks each. There are two vacations,
one at the timte of the Christmas holidays, and one
in August and September.
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Colleg:ate Department............. $15,00
Academic do .............. 12,00
Primary do ....7,00 and $5,00
Pupils using tihe Philosophlienl Apparatus, a"e
charged Extna $2,00 per Session. A nd all Pupil,
are charged 50 ets each, a Session, for contingencies
Oil Painting...................... 15,00
There is no chnrge for use of Piano.
Board, withl washing, lighlts and fuel $10 per
There are no otherC extra charges, exeplt for
Books and Music sold.
R. Tr. MTMS,
S. F. GO0I)E,
E. PENN, ~ Trustees
G. A. AIl>DISON,
A. SIMKINS. J
A ugust 8, 1853. tf 30
TO tke cargeof anl NSTITUTTIONO
LERNN tbot to be stabl:ihed inubge
ield Distr ct, South Catrlitna, on Sweet Water
Creek. and about eight nmiles from Ilamlburg.
'The School is located in one ot thle mlost healthy
portions of Edgefield and in an enlightened, mloral
Every facility, such its board and other comfo.rt
will be e-xtenlded to the Pupils, and every means"e
support ini abundance, will be nifforded to the gene
ral advancemenit of tile lInstituition.
Thue Seminatry lhas already a permanent Capital
Stock (of Thirty Thousand D~ollirs, wthl a prospece
f constant increase, until its end~owm~ent shall equal
tha'lt of any Seminary in the State.
Whilst Teachers will lbe fully. sustained in enlusing
rder, and in causing the best discipline, and tin
est systeml of learning to be observed in thecir
4ehool;- they will be required to com~ie quhtiled to
teach the very highest bramches thlat arie taughlt it
thle State, an-I to comie recommen~ctded by the yery
best and most reliable authtority.
Two Teachers-one for Mlales, and the other for
Females, are wanted ;and thley are expeted to be
ready to undertake thleir chalrge on the first Monday
n February next.
Applications must be addressed to Capt. Robt.
Me -iwvether, Chanirman of the Board of Trustees,
t Ivy Isilnd P. O., Edlgedeld District.
HRT. MERI WETHIER,
GEO. BOSW ELL, I
SA MtL. G ETZREN, ITrustees.
A. P. BUTLER,J
ANDREW J. HAMlMOND.
Uamburg Republican wvill please copy until forbid.
Sept 2a 1853, tf 36
EDGEFIELD MALE ACADEMY !
TilE TRUSTEES of thlis Institution beg leavI
Lto assure the public that their echlool is now5
in successful operation and that thtey are determinled
to use their best exertions to place it upon the hligh
est and surest footing.
For other particulars see first advertisement.
In the Classical Department, per Session of file
In the higher English Branlches.......16 00
In the lesser " " .... .. 14 00
These rates are as moderate as those of alny othe1
Academy of equal exceilenee in thle Southern coun
try. W e desire that exorbitance orf price shall be
no hlindrance to any one's reaping tile advaingel
Iof this lastitutiotn.
JOHN LTPSCOMB, ,.
R. T. MIMS, ia
ARTHUR SIMIKINS. E
GEO. A. ADDISON,'
May 18 tf 18
Edgefield Female Academy.
R EV. N. A LDRICH respectfully atnnloul
ces to hlis tion~er patrons andi to the publia
genraly that he will ope-n on the first Monda.y
September next, a SCilOOL FOR YO U SG L A
DIES at his present residence. and will hold himsel
prepared to receive into his fanmily the chlildren
all such parents as may be desirous of havIng then
under his immediate care.
The usual Branches taught in Female Seminarie
will be pursued in this, and every care will be takes
to advance thie Scholars in thle various department
The Terms of Tuition are the same as they wer<
it the Young Ladies Boarding and Day School.
August TOtf 30
Episcopal Female School,
AT GLENN SPRINGS.
H A VING purchased the well-know.n Propert~
.LGL.ENN SPRINaS, the undersigned propose t
open there a IGH SCH-OOL for Young Ladies
on the First of February 1854.
No pains wvill be spared to seeure an effic-ien
corps of Instructors, and to make thle lnstitutioi
eqal in every respect to the very best itn the land
A Prospectus will shortly be issued conltah:iig thb
usual partictriars as to Termls. Sessions. &c.
TIIOS. S. A RTiIIUR,
J. D. MCCULLOUGHI.
AU ,,~ nnot 23
FELIX E.. BODIE,
Wor Tax Collector.
A. R. A BLE,
M. B. WIlTTLE,
THOMAS B. IEESE,
' DERICK HOLSONBAKE,
H. T. WRIGIT,
JOHN W. SMITH,
W.. F. DORISOE'r,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
THOS. G. BACON.
R. B. BOUKNIGHT,
Maryland State Lotteries
FOR OCTOBER 1853.
The Payment of all Prizes is geraranteed by the
State of Maryland.
-154 PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
(REGILAlI I.ICENSED A('..NTS F1l1t MARYLAND.)
The ol..lowitng Schemes for October will he found
especally worth the attention o.r the publie, and
orders are most respectfully solcited in them.
CONSOLIDA TED 42. FOR OCT. 21s1.
I Prize of SI3.000 ;s $iS.000
3 " ' 6.0001 is 18.000
3 " " 3,000 is 9.000
20 " " 1,000 is 20,100
20 of $400, 20 of $30 .
199 Prizes of $100, &e., &c.
.Tickets $5 00. Shares in proportion.
Certificates of Pocknes of Wh.hi-s, $75, Halves
- $37, Quar. $J8j.
GRAND CONSL)LIIIATED, t7, FORLOCT. 2.
1 Prizes of $30.000, 20 Prize-s of 5,1100 20 1of 1,000
20 of 50v, 20 of 400-24 of 250-.119 of 00.
Tickets $10. Shares in proportion.
Certificates of Packnges of 25 Wholes 148, Halves
74, Quarters 37.
.Patapsco, 200, for October 24.
I Prize of $11,00iI is $I1,000
1 " " 5,000 is 5.000
1 " " 3.1(0 is 3,000
20 60 nre 12,00
500 oif 04, -2 r 20 &c.. &e.
Tickets $3 -hares in pr--portion.
Certificates of Vatknues If Wheh-es $38, Ila!ves
$19. Quarters $9A
Carroll Couxly, Class 45, Ot. 27.
1 Prize of $24,0041 25 Prizes of $600
4 " 4 000 25 " " 300
8 4 " 2,0o 1 253 " " 115
65 P'rzes of $50. 65 of $411, 30. 201, &c.
Tickets $5 010 '1hares int prop.ortio.
Certifiantes i,' l'nekne z ci: 26 Whides $74, 26
Ilalves $37. 26 Qut.- 183. 26 Ei;Ihth 94.
Patapsce, Class 284, for Oct. 28.
I Pr z- if $6.'16 S $8..,ili
4 P-ize. wi 1 7511 a.et 7,t0
Ili /.t4e of :t(10. 267 of 40. &c.
STickets $2. Shaes in. proportion.
Certifiente o'f Packnece of Wbhk-s $30, Halves $15,
- Quarters $74.
$1, 217.216 !
GRlAND CONS0UI)ATED. W. FURl 01.T. 29.
1 P'riz - of $711 00t0 .s $711.000
1 - " 30.l000t is 31,010
4 .1 -- 5.011 -re 20.000
4 4' " 2.500( nr- 1 0.000l
4 " " 1.7511 a:ec 7.000
800 Priz.. s of $250. &c. &c.
Tickets $20 00. Shntres in pro~portion.
ICertifiente of 1Pnek:,g.s cos 2b Whtles $250. 26
Ha',ves SW1. 26 Quarte.rs 70. 26 E-ghths 35.
The. Lotteries in Alar.s land are drawn unnder :no
thtority o.f the Stale by Sw..rn Commtnissio.ners eleet
ed by t peo.ple. On'le P':cknge itn an~y of the above
Lotteries mony drlawv the 4 ht;hest Prizes.
All Lotteries are . n wered b.1 r turn mail. and
the Officinl Prainted IDrawinag whth a written expla
nlattion s,-nt immtediattely the result is over..
When contvenientt send a draft, as moist secure.
Frotm the very immaaense number of Prizes sold by
us recetntly, we* are fully jnastitied in sayintg. that iln
order to obtain a Good Prize, it is only necessary to
address a line to.
EMORY & CO..
154 Pratt St., Baltinmore' af d.
Oct 5 tf 38
State of South Carolina,
1BY .dot .l Wk~aiii t . Lsqr., Orditinry of
Wherens, Joseph~i Etheredge has' applied to
me for Letters of Admintistr.tion. on tall and
singuhir the goods and chattles, rights antd
credits of Cohierine Innabuie, late of the Dis
These are, therefore*. .o in- und nidmonish all
and sing~ular, the kinidred and creditors of' thte
said deens~ed, to in- :.tid ijppenir netore me, ait
our anext Or diary's Counrt for t he satidt District,
to be htoldena it E~de-twild C. HI.. on t he 20-h
day of Oct. inst, to. shsw cau-e, it any. why
the satid admtinis' r..t ion shonid n.,t be gratnted.
Given unader myt) htand andl s.euI, ti 4th day of
Oct. iln the year oft outr Lord one totusanid
eight hundred and Iifiy-three, antd ill the 781h
year of Amtericnn Inodepende' ce
Oct. 12 2t 39
STATE 01' SOUTHl~ CA ROLIN A
BY H. T. WRIGH T', Esquire, Ordinary of
DEdgeti eld Distriet
Whterents Robert .al.rine he ,r has applied to
nte for Letters of Admtiist rat ion, oni till and
singutlair thle goids anid ebat tel., rights an
credits of Mary Aniderzsoin late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and sittgular, the kindred and creditors oft the
snid decense'd, to be aid atpplear biefoire me, at
otr next Ordiniary's Court foar the said District,
to be holden at Ed..etieh'l C. HI., ott thte 20tht
day of October itnt.. to -htow en.use, if any,
Lwhy the said adiniis.rationi shutnd not he
-Given under my lo.d tad seal, this 4th dasy
rof Oct., ini thte year of .enr Lord onie thtousan4
feight huitdred and ti'ig breie aitd ini the seventy
eighth year of American lIndependence.
sOct 12 -l2t 39
US HREBY Notice.
IS H ER EB i te alI pritsons indeb~ted to the
S1Estate of Edmounde Byi, deec'd., to muake im
mtediate payinett and t hose hiavintg d.-mands against
the said Estate, will render themt t inro:.erly attested.
JAS. & TA NIDY 10o YI), Ex'rs.
Dec 8 l v 41
A LL those indebted to the Estate of W. W.
StkWalling, deedI., nr -reqested to settle tas
son as possibile, and those havinig chutms will retnder
themr in immediately, properly attested.
tChAR LES lA MMOND, Ex'or.
Jan 19 tf 52'
~tOn hanad and for Sale
A SUPEltIOR Lot of WINES and LIQUORS,
which will be sol.h in guantities of Three Gal
lons, or more, by F. M. NICHiOLAS.
Saluda Lands for Sale 1
W E W ILL sell publicly at Edgeield C. If. on
Sale Lay in November next, the Plantation
belonging to the Estate of Then. I lill. dee'd., situ
ated in Edgetield Distr.et, just two mdes above the
Greenville & Columbia Rail Road, immediately on
Saluda River. The place conti.ns
Eight Hundred Acres
Of Land which in point of loemaion and fertility ii
net surpassed by :ny 'lr.et in tli.- S-ite. There nre
about Tiee li nulid.-I & Fifty acres cleared -nimoetly
fre-.h-and admirably adalp'd to the p;oductioin of
Cotton, Corn, Wheat, &e., &c. The remaining
Four Ilundred and Fily &!res, embrace a hbody of
the best virgin forest to be round in the country.
The Place is coniparaimly healthy, well impreved,
with ,od fences, irup. Gi louIse, Franed Negro
Hou with brisk ohinrret a Comre table Dw. I
lin with four goe0Re -..Vd all oti r necessary
bui ings. .. - .
' The ot4.r- - .: is particularly
nvited ": . . I LU 1i: A CE, and they
are re4Wc'eu to visit ite plince . see the growing
crop. Terms made.kea oen day of sale.
L. HILL, ' Ex'ors
. R. G. 1ILL.
W The Charleston Mercury, Carolinian. New
berry Sentinel and Abbeville K eemr. will please
copy weekly until first of November, :nd send
b Ils to this Office.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale his plantation on
Horn's Creek, containing
Eight Hundred and Thirty Acres.
The Land is well adapted to the growth of Cot
ton, Corn and small GrAin, with cll necessary im
provements. The Tract lies within 16 miles of
Illamiburg, and 7 mies of Edgefield C. Hf., and ad
joininig lands of Washington% Wise and others.
g" Terms will be made easy to an approved
purchaser. For further particulars address h
Subscriber at Edgefie.d-C..1.
Sept 28 tf 37
i7 Trhe Newberry Seniinel will copy five times
and forward account to S. C.
Land flr Sale.
T HE Subscriber offers for vale his Plantation
Six Hundred Acres,
This Tract is situatedi on Payse's Creek. three
miles East of the Piue House. It i. well timbered,
and good water abounds throughout the Plantation.
There ar.e n Ote - ifortable I Dwell
ing hlouse, 9-fr~i- ~ m- every (other
neessany out builincg. .. if whi'.h artes'w.
There is also on the pr-'ises an excellent SAW
MILL. For further partieulars apply to
June 29 .. tf 23
Splendid Farm for Sale!
TIE Subscriber ofers for sale he,'r valuable set
.tlenent, known ap..EVERGR EEN, situated
n Anderson Distriect, S. C., 12 rriles South-west
of the Town of Anderson, and tmur miles east oif
the Savannah River. This place comprises Eleven
Hundred Acres, Seven hundred ot whiih is in line
W moodlaid, One Thndred anl Fitiy Acr's of best
Creek lotton, ieoe..tly in cultivat:on, and 400 or 50th
acres of Upland, sill in a good state of culture.
[Ipon the prenises is a neat and subtanitial Dwei
ling House. Kitehen, Negri, Houses. Barn, first-rate
Flouring and Saw Mill,
entirely new, Store-ltouse and oilier nee. ssary out
This place combines many advantages for an en
terprirsing man of business. It is seinated in a fine
neighboerhoeod, aecessible tronm all peaints. productive
lands. and as a place of busine'ss, e'qnael to) any in
the I istrict. Trerms emade easv tin pun-mhnsers.
The Subacriber also otlers temr sah-' lb eligble
n the Town of A ndersoen.
For further particutars npply to the Subsecriber' at
Evergreen. or tin Nessrs. lhuerrisoen & lioyles. .ie
leson C. II.
El-.Z2\ IETIl EA\RLE.
A pril 20 t 4 l
0-P-H ! FOR THE LAns Of FLOWE RS, MILlK AIND
HOIEY ! !
JIE Subsecribcer moffers fear sale his TR ACT OF
LAN I I, ceoneaininag abmout 85tt acre's, ncere dr
lss, lyinmg 12 muilesi Soauthawest ofl A ndersoen U. II.,
ine one mcile ofel bieat :viga.tiont on Snv amahl iv ter
300 necres mef whcicha is clear' d .nndem. cemd 50 mer 9i0
acres geood bomttone land. Thies tenet is susceptible of
divisioen into two or more tracts.
Also, anotner Tract oel 250L acres. situncted ontBi
Genrostee creek, 11 mailes Smbclwest met \ncder
sen, 20 acres of wh~ch is Ko. I bottoem. and alemet
90 neres woeod hatnd.
Alsoe. anoether Truet ceentniniei.g 4N0 aeres. .->n oef
which are woeed land, aned abhut :30 acres eaf bettome
lnd, lying ndjeining thea Evetrezeen traet. cin the
Aegu,ta road, alsom on thec reead he :ling~ frmce A cider
Saon (.. 11. to A theans, Ga.
Alsoe ainothe~r tract conitaining im0 acres. lyineg
n the road leadcng fronm Anderon C. I'. toe Doocely's
Persoans desirous of purechaescng will aepply to. air
address me at Evergreen, Acnde:'r.en piitriet, S. C.
I shall at anye timhe take ple:esure ine alha incg cel eer
either oaf the above tracts, to any pe'rsomn wisleing tea
purcase. J A.\ES E A R LlE.
A pril 20 ,, tf 14
Steam Mill for Sale.
T ilE Ilambiurg ande Edgefield Plank liond Cme
AIpuny otfer frate thc. ir V.\L U A IL ESTREA M
M51 LL, cnow in eaithm about tecn ick s frma ilacc
burg. The Engince is oaf Thirty locrse Po~wer, buiit
by Messrs. ucnston, Green & Cma., Provience, 1R.
I., and bees eace eat Pitlces' l'atenct I lydrun'aie eg
,cbtarsati euijd. :'M4e M:!l sipteed up wthc eone ofi
P e'PatetW nr iiensde't thle last yeare over
rw nuTflJ ..s- eerlani~ve. -
Persons deieiing to pur.:hane will pelacs'' call aned
see it in operaetionc.
To an aeppromvm d pucrchaser it w;1l le .sold een emone
erdita if desired. A ppli tom
Ht. A. KEINRUCl, Presienet.
UTamnburg, J lune '7, 1853. :f 21
Beach Island Land for Sale,
' 'lIE Suibseriber ,eiuers ..t p .vae siate FItE
IH LIN DR EL.A(;RES oaf leele lsI.ei.:ewn~eme
Lac.l, lying oen the Hiera, ai :cei. icng inndces ar
S~aue Cleark and. Jamcees T1. Guer..nere, aned recited
te present year by Jaenes T. Cariner.
A beut 400 acres of the cebmve Tract are el.eme
andm well imtproved. The bahmea in Cypre.m untd
oier sw~acmp timber. ~.teeet .r *' ~
Terams mcade .ensy to a mrhsr \pl
Silvrtmn. S. C., laf lbt
ALL Persons indmet Abrame
payment. Thoselhavig II p)resent them
prperly attetedtfor}'acem -
Notice, -. .
A L L Persons indebted to the I-stcate mer R. Pl: it
Birunsmc, dee'd., are reep..-..tlully ntateied to
make immacediacte pacyenct, and thoese havineg det
mads agaeinst sa~idl estate wilijireee at themc fiarthaweith,
. 3htR-. . ~~L.. l t U Nlr4ON, Aaleem'is..,
C.GJERT 1.uflE:R, Ada 'or.
Ocet 2 1 1 if . . 41
LL. thease is ted to je ectate eat Willaai
CL Garrett,. de?'d.. are re4i ested to nae pcay
ment iorthwith, ahd' those havlcng demcande atgcainst
said estate will r-endaer i' mn in proapem'ly atte.ted,
according to law.
hIlAURL ES tc.\ MMONI). I t
THON". GAI1RRETT. If 2
Feb g tf
'NDRLEW R.\MlSEY, ih- iauthoerized Agant
j sef the Edgetield Odd IF.-llaws and leMacnie
uiinieg Assmcicnteoe witl ena i up~n that ecatckhmolders
wlo hacve not pcaid thecir fir'st instalmaent, for the 1st
inethncent of t0 p--r cent onc their Steock-and is
alse authoeriz'-d to receive aedditi aen al suibseriptiones to
the capita; tntock.
A. G. TrE AGUJE, Presiden t.
Acg 3 tf 29
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of C. J.
S Glover, dee'd., are reequested toe mneke immne
dimate.payment, aned those heavimig demands aganst
said estate, will present them properly atteated.
JO11N R AIN4SFOR D, Adm'".
NEW AND CHEAP!
T HE SUB;CRIBER is now receiving (at the Store formerly occupied by 11. B. JACeSON)
his Stock of SPRING and STTMMR GOODS, comprising the latest and most desirable
STYLES OF LADIES' RESS GOQD0,
-AONG WhICH MAY BE FOUND
Baragi. DeLaines of new and beautiful patterns Gloves and t-oiery in every vavityfor (4and
Silk lisue and Bareges. young,
Foulard Silks of light fabrie for Spring, Lidies'in- GentsLinen C. Handkerchiefs, from
French a:nd Organdie Mluslins. from 124 to 50c. l0ets to $6. each
Fig'd and Embr'd Swis " a beautiful article Elizabeth Collars, a splendid article,
Swiss, .Jaeonet. Ib'ok aaed Nainsok .luslins, Printed Underslceii to match,
While iand Colorcd Tarleton " himasettem, all stYles and quAlis,
French, Seotch and American Ginghams, all Marseilles, Corded and Grass Skirts,
qualities, Jaconet, Swiss, Liaen and Lisle Edgiags and
English: French and American Prints, every des- Tusertiiigs,
crivtitn. Ribbons, Pans, Paasols and tmbrelbis, ME great
4-4 'urkey Red Prinls for Curtains, ariety,
Blue, Red. Orange and Green Prints, solid col- Shell, Buffalo and Horn Back, Side and Dress
ors for Quilts. ing Combs,
Furniture Prints, some Striped for bordering Tooth and.lair Brtilies. Toilet Soaps, Co
1& 114, 0 logrne and P'erfumnery,
vLinesn Brai ers and Bens, both Plain and Ser
Black Allapacas amd Banibazines, all q ualities, pentine.
For Gents' and Youths' Spring and. Summ'er Clothingf
-CAN B E FOUD
Draip De Ettes. Cashmeretta, Rel French lering bone Drillinge.
Merino Casimeres, UPine Brown, Striped and Graast.cli
WVhite and Ctl'd Linen Drillinghs, Cottonades and Coid Catublets, &C.
fHuckalmack and Bird Eye Towelings, 40 inch Pillow Came L~inen,
Damask Linen Towels, with borders, some 40 an G s Cotton,
very fine. Real Irish Linens Undressed,
.4 amid 8.4 Dlen'd and Br' n Table Damask, 100 inch Licee Musqut~io Nettingf,
Table Napkins, I~ Bleached and Brown Slmirtings, all qualities,
Germnan: Oil Cloth, for covering Furniture. a 11 Carolina and Georgia 7-8 anid 4.4 Brown
aShirtings and Sheetin s,
!.nprio arlcleGRibbone, aSr asoe s and Umin bres, n gactr
5.4. 10.4, 11u4and 12.4 Bleached and Brown nedg Dre
Li Marlboro Plaids aind Stripes, &c., &c.
Ba AS la ee Goods were bought for CASH, iducenints will be offered to tile purcha
ser seldoma imet witht. An examinatiotn is respectfully solicited.
M.' A. RANSOM, AGENT FOR
R. Al1. FULLER.
FlAbinuJG. April 20. 1p52. tf 14
<J.4 -11. NEWBY & CO,
WVHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &L., &,
UNDER TH'E U. S. 1hOTEL AUGUSTA, GA.
M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving the CLARGEST and BEST ASSORTbIENT of
c ki Ready Bae Ctothi ever ofered in Llrs city. T nheir Stoweionngts of the latict and mos
i anrved 8yle's of an0tufaut e .
-A L S 0
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTHS' AND CHILICREN'S CLOTHING.
.Te Countri Merchantsn all persons visiting our city, are respectfully solicited to eal
and -xainite oir Stlock for therngulves.
AS iusta, Sept. S23. dk 36
DR. DENNIS'S I BEALL&I STOVALL,
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA, WAREHOUSE AND GROCERY
FOR . MERCHANTS,
Jau.di4 . Sick Ilead-aca Dizziness. Lo a) AUGUSTA, GA.
A i e, arb oroP thi d, p ile - nnd - - - & c.
case AS Chose Goesswr og o A, PaniindBwlo*l oneeentsignbeofed to usill purha
Rhcuotim. ausd b Ikeuseof ercry, Sol Fre of Comsso3 GnT.O
Su,,klis.Sa~oaila Bois, UlersR.-M.- FULLER.
'ft.P M.AATONi mNd aE pur B p Ys-PPl imo traC & C .,hin
pur sat te UlodoER itTHE-U the HtmEL WAUGUSA GAN.GO1RYIU
JM. REWBY A& CO,aenwT eevn theE-LAGESSaT sand wEkTw ASSOTa.tE on
.pretindof blarde Cllthiee mad'e.e intrisciy.'ei Stek osit theLAm~ at-et, ndowt
Thpovewotued theesof arus re. aain f rcig n aeos nCtiht m)wtt
tre iC oure rcha ntlaind botle Dr pe rss vi si or cty, lae irmspecin aulysiie on a
itsattv nd examineratveef-csoupnrh Stock for themselves
D~PrpRetoly. DENNIS'S BEALLAugas-STOtheCLL,
ldicyA0.ick U Hand-e..zie.xs gfelreued s.al-BAL
Apetit.e1 Cotipaion ofT h oruaPiea, JJNW .SOAL
caursdbt o stiA eness, & to P ai n tiF ui ugsa uy2in th-Bwes.8r
Rhumati.sm. caed v,ih useaof rcury,. F
UphilD. .S rtfu:tlta.Ail & U lce r . - . F.
1&11 PREP RAaix TION is. lrmadeN Ias T pur a . ossti-e
Tet. Iuta. hiter ati, tindrgit geefici al ly.ct Tin1! V T vn ucae h
pure-at p;te lood, prbotte itfo be. thecuieimtr~ ftm ~l HN 1
Jittac26 151 tf 3 on A Cthetoloinsgne rtio in winmll anec
r Elt i m o ro , amda .l e As . & C, vi ng
beeneas islled winthe Glas ofd Prmeds,th
PUREST ge:,tAND iatnwl bOTU E maEeSS madte ofamewll s kn micotands.g tooren
pr eparatnf Srsa~ie ll th .satme. Catr- L O
iThs woiae usvmtmt ier. th riou pr paIr.Wiat s'o
Saspilla. wll ford by hate an -err et, bethatRFAM SAD IDW RM S
thereims- atore 5a:niltla in tonei boe of. Dr. Drwl M NrE .Px
St'prpi otha i 3hm:adoe bo 34d asu iriit iss W r SansBo
Its altera tie d mik ey ugaiveta e pplie tion -O
boes a k ~it o t-mm onl amoe sbsti tutf Eee to totealleeril- nd Friumeo v yds
rury.tt- uselin s r emo a f iessa ri-a sing ri n om rtipl mduoith iethbr
te b.m.pru td s of M arcurv ti. JC.A en iftms
1i" raiea ~e on lyr iby J.t D'EN- Nm,-iii t M fmm-e EgfedC I. Dec,1,Augtitfs
Solrby uAnd doG. TEAGE ad.G G. PrTEAdgeiel
N.H;P 1 o tice. Ca'fl ouutA E hsmto frtunn i hnst
Chreso ;PLTATONwilln &e nalto andF CeisurehsfiT-as ti aarn.frscjat~ eh
tim J.iT artt, uaf t K. litburx minEtie Pl- n Cei iw eevngaa-ito ohi led
rg" itemeber to aseforsDENNS'tGEkRGf
.lunev 2.5 tf 23 Drgmdcn-,Ceias
NoticeDy tth titilinovlasPuy
IS IIerebyFi een. that applictin will b e m ae atsca'sSo uniue
th -i s i tt tt .tgslatr, to Char-Ter IET IE N BtN IS
ai nemi n fr-:m r ea r R cky f Pondt P.mru O.,e rto' rn
time t e- tavan t, 1.ive.latti Ir letmm, nr lmt. Wiriamis' 15(1To ac o
,,h-lie. Ah til,f a Cha-r-t.iiters t toriterr o eig es-BFU E
t,,lihedmr at s inne pit-td be known Ofhison.Howleter m ke
euut3:ti 2 re nan Wa r s &Cel.,) wher
NoiPthir, b hapy Soe thafnds annenBinshe
I te ia: it~ Sat tt .t tm. Lgis~aureran anct e madte unde ftirm owhapviinwy in strict
a,.ita-ip--ma- hai l,.hlean Camip Gou Sdi t e o rarer wit trdi whtheyU feel confi
A a.~~t-~m :1, 3mm: 29 i The i st. R p tbe Nsru us
- Al of i-C ie vicell mat ieso C tt ill Storhe
N~iticc fAora witulay Sou7ic6amt Ths wi8
T~ I fll~ CV N.tiai mtple~tin il Jte HNu topr .ts arile Ti hain urc hasoell the
I mtaeh atth tntit . si't ee itei~gismanr. o n h aland eth e lin ri s, in ca mpi ead exies
t~tirt rt lt- ery aerisst~m ~alua Rve, a t e lldeticrerd . 1.Jamt 2he Augst prcsv
made ofal Sscrdbaccording rede.
Notice. Ianne Doerw buligindoweraro BMinsr
* mu .. mie lecilat~re.fora pbli Bod et St es. preabred. d Wall kiands, of iB a
le-i.,.mttfruiB:-omitic Joinersn Work.3-&c.,n &c.
P a~m Utai.C ntice sait heryv thati aliatifor --A Lc S O-t if g
ii- b tte madet. le rdi t to r f ronatr te RT eir ing and b W tork woev rk ill rer ivng
Fbrr.I iatk Roatu freii th Ttcn tof Edglescie ropto aovenatile. anS.rir F GIeyds
JmRi chaei Isrdin's.1 Te rot of i 25di o eitodn rmpl n pntems iea
beb A iln's . lths and--- To.BootAalen'soefftermr.
rcteni ;ot.ruse Notheighc hoo hse Edgefield C 11. ec OO MA85 S and 46
p In he cai ta ap p licaton illb m d castu tini ~~~~~~~d PE G.R~ wil fid nUE, t
mta. 'A Ta. ON wis. i l bit e mLegt h iltureia t - islo end ntd po sor t he pua trongsh
ofas- u-h Ginrii o i tlina n ris et esion toh placen ( a cevdin tesl t rug T. Med lemeS&
the Fivrerf etei llamdburgtii ad iEdgenil amn G -o e is nF ciingt an adiiSohine faldsa-rptioy
.tliewh'.mtt ii-i"-ttgM t' oana -e-2 m dtrgd e diirs.h mias
-tthiam C h--- - D y u i P2n4, O l s i d w G l3,2u t
.oi .BPhysiianl Dhopguernretype.
a te nmext S-ssiona omf the Legilature, fti e~are- forth t Mk- n e ntle n ptrof e flan
ierwheal t imw t-rn tfro th \lF rti.y e arss S a a viiiyohtlensni iyt srealta a
i,. tiwm byd the -aksn oms cothe F-. edeiosfobanoeor m n orebafcco,
t., t 7mug rntvil n kn 3mf is na d D ortherno make,
___ugust_3 - aMr. L.2isFrepred toxtakes &c., oftmc.rn
Noticetlo Paintures I~the Artd aer f.he
IS 1P RIICTIO ill mha dlet wile nex mae ' ade wilfn thtbako drk re ig
to.su the teu n.t. LegislatureC frt r haon admc t h euyoftePcue
Anut 27 3m 289_ucy
S he.rely giv Cn that ppliention will eat J N V Se rinA utao llnbrada
mad tat. th ext S s.ion of the cgi sature, o ree-fe oftebtSU E OR R Z Svih
bat th Cire if t es Ferr across tiver Saat th e wrantogv tifaco.
Ri~~kowbyte am f ilras'sFrr. Arlfwhc he w iSel a prce thaicSopr
. 1ne 53 3m 23Bakmthfh~
tate of South Carolia,
M. L. Bonham and wifr' and others.' Bill for
Ann Griffin and others. Pdrli'n.
Y Virtue of an Order from Chan. WARE
wLAW in this case, I will offier for sale at.
Edgefield C. H., on the lirst, Moiiday iii No
vember next, the following, real estate of Ille
late N. L. Grifin.
1. The Ninetv-Six Tract of Lna contining
Eighteen ~Hunated anid - Twentyfeive,(8#
neres, more or less, situated in the Ditriet ffere
said. on Henley's and Njnety-Six Creeks', an*
wkihin three miles of Ninet y-Six Depot ontlbe
Greenville and.Columbia Rail Road, which -will
be sold in two separate Tracts.a as ivlows.
Tract No I. or Northern .Division, pontaine
ing eight hundred and fifteen (815). acresmArl
or less, adjoining lands of the estate.of' Whithmu
Carter, estate of Bollig,- est ate if'ViddefktUt ,t
Giffin. and hinds if Jaies C ell . '
-Tr.sct.No 2, or Southern ivishi, contan.
ing one thousand an!i ten (lMOM)-.re, more'
or less, adjoining lands of' Juile Cresivell,
G. M. Dunovant; Mrs. Ann Willinus- and Wil.
liam Carter. 'I bis is one "d the brest Cottesi
and Graisi Plantations in this setilon of them
State. . It contains about Six Hundred -(600)
Avris of Forest. Land, whiidi will be indien1t d
on the Pia, and ,ies well at' a whle,. but-ii
offered as above for the nceconnodation of 'ih4
chasers. The first Division has no improve
nents-the latter has a Dwelling House aiad all
2. Th'u Hiekery Grove Tract, five-mil.-s-smitr
of Ninetv-Six Depot, contaiiifg Thirteen Hunr
dred and Twenty-Eight (1328) neres, more-or
less, adjoining Lands of Mr<. Ann -Williamn
James H. Mims, W.- N. Moore, the Estate of
William Andrews and others. This is also a
valuible Cotton and Grain Plaint.tion, and is
admiribly soited for a residence. The p.eU is
in complete order, havmig a Iirge and comforta
ble Two-Story Dwelling House within vi w of
the Edaefield Road, with every out-houle that
can be esired on a farm.
Each of the above places is well w: tered
and in a high state of cultisation. 'ThoSe desi
runs of obtaining a fne planting inerest-Wodid
do weNi t< examine them before-the d:y of 'Sile
Such an opportunity for a profit IbL investnient
is seldom offered.
. 3. The White Tracti, situnted within 2 nyles
of Edgefield C. H..- on the Pine Hlaise Ro:d,
Ceontaiiiing One Hundred and Eig --Omne (181)
Acres, more oir less, adjoiiimng imd's of Dr.
Wn, M1. Burt, Abner Bushnell. the Estate of
John Harrison, S. S. Tomplkins -and 'olttrs.
This in.e is valuable for its firewood'n. well as
for a small farm, and has *a fne site- for a resi
Terms of Sale. One aid two' years dredit,
except as to the costs of this suit which must
be paid in cash. Purchisers will be reqired.to.
give Bond with at least two approved sureties
to secure the purchase money.
Plats of the Lands as recently surveyed by
A. R. Abhl., can be seen in this office, and will
be exhibited on the day of Sale.
A. SI51KINS, C.'E. E. D.
Sept. 27, 1853. 6t 37
State of South Carolina,
Allen B. Addisot, Jr. anid
Dathe~rs . x,. Lq:nds 4- Negroes,
Dai .Kih'r 3.Ex'r Deribudion, 4-c.
Y i C iim Order fromt Chain. DUNKIN,
13jn - .- stated ease, .1 shiall sell on the
Twenn,.tir - T~'wentv-second of November
next, na't the latie residene o' Jamies E. Kilerense,
dee'd., the folio . ing Re':l nd Personal property:
1. A very valuabile tract of hind situatedon
Big Steven's's Creek. abouit two- miles distant
l'romn tihe Savaninah River and inimtedinrely on.
the contemplaited route of Railronid. Si tract
lies adjoinaing landie of Newaome, - McDonie,
Blair, Holmnns and others. -~Upon ii are fifty
acre~s of choice low.grounds. four hiundred acre.
of oak and hickory forest of good qnnlity~dnd
about foaur hntdred neres of well timbe~redlpine
land. The' old ph~t enlls fur two thonsatnd aeres
in the whole tract. A resurvey is iintenided
however previom, to the sale andi the ne'w piat
will be opened for exhibition to all dceirons of
Also, ont the same ocension, I will sell the
following gang of nlegroes. A likelier set of'
hands ennno~it be produced in the Si'tthern
country. They are named as follows: Lake,
Tonm, hanrry, \Vade, (a fir .t.rate thieksmithi),
John. Ned. Dave. Charte, (i goodi ,]hoemaker),
Jack. Dic.k-.Hay wood, Dave, Jake., Gus, Mu rrer,
iley, Julia, Jane, Jen, Cle, Amny. Ritter
and her four children Mfartha, l~ewis Riobert,
:md Tom. Kiz a nd her two child rent. Melinda
aund Fed, B.'t sand her two childreii unrence
ntd Susannngfu' Enmily and her :bres. children,
llenry, Fran, and Ed. Lid and her m wo children
H-Iarri'et .ad .Jimt. Fan iiad her child Barbara,
Ann, Clarissa. Am:as:da, Kate, Chairlottec and
Lucy. Out of thi- fasmily of niegroes, nearly every
purchaser can lie suited. Of' the number there
are thirty-three grown hands, aitd but oneC that is
at all advanced in years.
I will also sell, at the. enme time and at the
same pluee, 12 head of mules. and five head of
horses, 60 head oif cattle, 2 yokes of oxen, 40
head of sheep, 50 head of hogs, I wagon, I car
ringe. I enrt, 1 set of Bhacksnmith tools. House.
hold and kitchen furiture, the growing crop of
corn, eOt ton, &c., &e.. &c.
The above described property will be sold on
the following terms:
The lan~ds on a credit of one and two years
from daty of sale, purchaser to give Bond with
approved sureties and a muort gage of the premi
The negroes and other personally on one
yers credit with ample Bo'nd5 &c.
The costs of this suit and expenses of sale
to be paid in ensh.
A. SIittKINS, c. E. E. D.
Sept 21 tf 36
r The H:amburg Repuiencn. Charleston
3ercnry and Abbeville Bnnner will copy week
ly till day of sale, atid forward accounts to
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Grenvillr Ilord and )~
Eveline V. Hord, et at,
John WV. 3Mays,1
Mairy Calafernia Mays,et at
BY" Virtue of' ala Order from Chancellor Ward
law, I will proceed to sell at the premises
on Tuesday the 15th of' November next, the
following real and personal estaite:
The Tract of Land (in Horn's Creek upon
which the P'laintif's now reside, containing.
Eight hundred and seventy-eight (878) acres,
more or less, and adjoining lands of Mrs. Susan
Roper, John Fair, S. B. Griffin, WV. B. Addison
Also, on the samne d:iyjat tie' snme place, i-he
following negroes, viz: Mtiddleton, Abram, Simu,
Docey and her 4 children. Boss, Mtinda, Laura
and Sarah, Edie atnd her 4chiildren Dick, Eldred,
IThnbel and Marganret, Jenny and her 3 children
Bill, Henry and Mary, Euasthier and her 2 chit..
drer. Jefferson and Maria, Rhody and Winny.
Also, a fine stock of cattle und hogs, a pair of
carrigehorses, several. mules, I carriage, .1
wagon, I cart, plantation tooks household <md
kitchen furniture, atid the growing erop.
The realty will be sold upons a credit of one
and two yearwith interest from day of sale.
The personalty on a credit of one year, with
interest from day of sale. Costs of the suit to
be paid in cash. Purchasers to give Bonds
wih: approved suretIes to seeure the purchase
money. A. SlMKlNd, C. E. E. D.
Com'rs. Office, Sept. 6, 1853.
Sep 10 34
Letter and Foolscap Paper.
JTUST Received a large supply of.Letter and
t Foolscap Paper for sale at very low 'price.
Same excellent Letter Paper at 124 eente per qr. by
the resin or half ream.
Also, a large supply of Scbool and Blankm Books
G. L. PENN, AGEN~.
Sept 25 tf - .3