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The feast :s o'er! Now lrinring wine
In l.rdly cup is seen to sline
-B1Metre-eheh eager ruest ;
And ilentee fi's the erowdtld ball
As deep as when the lu ral(i's eall
Thrids in the loyal breast.
Then up arosc the noble host
And smiling eried, " A toast ! a toast i
To al our ladyes fair.
Here, before all I p-ledge the name
Of Stanton's proud and beauteous dano
The Ladye Cundetnre!"
Then to his feet enel: gallant sprung,
And joyous was the shout that rung
As Stanley g:ve the word:
And every eup was raikt-in high,
Nor ceased the lbud and gladlsome cry
- Till Stanoy's voice was heard.
" Enough, enough," liean:iling sail,
And lowly bent his haughty head,
" That all may have their due,
Now enelh in turn must ilay his p.:rt,
And pledge the lailye of his heart,
Like gnllant knights and t:ue,!"
Then one by one each guest sprung up
And drained in turn the briming cup,
And nimed the loved oie's naiae;
And each, as hand on high lie raised,
Ilis lalye's grace or beauty pra:sed,
H1er constaney and fame.
'Tis now St. T.con's turn to rise,
On himt are fixed-those countless eyes
A ga!!ant knight is he ;
Envied by some, atlaired by all,
Far famned in !adye's bower and ha:,
The fliwer of chivalry.
St Leon raised his ki:dling eye,
Anal lifts the sparkling cup on lhigh :
I drink to one," he sad:d
"Wlose image never nny deapart,
Peep graven in this grateful heart,
Till memory be dtad.
"To one whose love for m2 shall last
When lightcr Iassions long hare past,
So ho'v 'tis and true:
To one whose love hath hinger dwelt,
More deeply fixed, more keenly felt,
Than any picalged by y.,u."
. .:<h guest upstartt d at the word,
A nd 'aid a lonil upon- his isword,
'i:hh fury fl:shing t ye,
And ::,tan)* said : " We crave the name,
1'roud knight, of this most peerles danme,
hos- love you count so high.'
* St. Leon pausei as if lie woull
. Not breathe her name in e.:rtss tool
--Thus li ltvy o another:
'Then bent his nUble hral as though
Tlo g~v that word the reverence einei.,
Atnd g< htily saidl: " My mnoh r i
Touchinig Remniniscence cf General
Try ~ revolution was over. Eighit years'
coid!iet i;d ceased, and the wanliors were
noiv*.th sepatrate forever, turingti their.~u eap-:
ens into ploughislhares, and their'canmps into
The spectaile,-thaough. a sulime an d glo-.
rious one, was yet attenided wvith sorroutful
fleeings ; for, alas ! in the remtainis ohf thi.t
g:dilanti armoy oaf patriotic solders, inow about
to di.,band w ithout p:ay, wihout supiport,
- stalked poverty and disease. T1he country
had not the means to he grateful.
The details of the cotndi:ion of mainy of'
the offieers and soldiers of that period, ac
cordiarg to histormy amnd oral tradition, wer
tuelancholy in the extreme. Possessinig no~
me~anis ofl patrimttoral itnheritanice to 1all back
up~on-thrmown out of evenz the perilious sup.
porait of the soldier at th~e cojnaneneement of
in ter, and hatrdly fit for any other duty
.1hani that of the camp- their tituation cani
better be imagine'd than described.
- A single instancee, as a samnlle of the situ.
.ation of miany of thae ilicers,.as related of
the conduct'of Baron Steuben,.may not be
anmisp., When the manin body of- the. army-t
traslisiantded at Newt burg, and the veteran
-soldi-er- weme bidldinag a partinig ftirzwuell to
to each other, Lient. Col. Coerain, an age d
soldiers of the New-l1amnpshire line, remnark
ed. ith tears itn his eyes, ats lie shook hands
withi the Baron:
"For mysvelf I could stantd it ; but my
wtife and daughters are in the garret of th:.t
wretched tavern, and 1 have no means of
rem o'ing them.".
-' Comie, come," said the Baron, " don'
jive- wvay thus. I will pay nmy respects to
Mrs. Coeran and her daughters."
When the good old soldier left them, thenr
countenances were warm itih grratitud
for lhe left there all lie had.
In one of' the Rholide lantd regimenits
were several conmpaies of' black troops, who
had served through the wrhole wvar, atid thL ir
biravery anid diSciplineC wero unurpatssed.
TJhe Barotn observed one of thiese poor ne
groes on the wharf at Newburg, apparenitly
in great distress.
"What is the mattor, b)rothter soldier ?"
" Why, master Baron, I w'ant a tdilar to
get homie wvith, now the Conagress has no
further use for mie."
. The Baron was absent for a few moments,
and then returnaed with a silver dollar, which
he had borrowed.
" There, it's all I could get. Take it."
'rho negro received it with joy, hailed a
sloop whbich was passinug downi tile riv'er to
New York, mand as he reached the deck, took
off his hat artd said.
*"God bless you,.Master' Baron !"
These are only sinagle illustrations of the
army at the close of' the wvar. Indeed,
Washington had thisvtiewv at the close of his
farewell address to the army at Rocky 111ill,
in November, 1793.
" Andc beimng nowv about to conclude these
his hst public orders, to take his ultimate
leave ina shiort time of the tmiitary charac
ter, and to bid a fin~al adieu to the armties he
has so long had the honor to command, lie
can only again offe-r in their btehalf, his re
commendations to) their country, and his
prayer to the God of armies.
"May ample juste lbe donte thenm here,
and may the chioiceet of the lleaven's favors,
both her-e and hereaf'ter, attend those who,
'under divine auspices, have secured ininutmer
arble blessinmgs for others.
"-With these wvishes and this benedictioni,
-the Commainder-in-Chief' is about to retire
fromt service. The curtain o1' separation will
soon be. irawn, and the military scenes to
Linm will be closed forever.
-The closing of the " military scenes" 1
am about to relate.
New York, had been oceupied by Wash
ington on the 25th of N~ovembe~r. A few
datys afterwards lie notied the Presidenit of
Congress, which bodly was lthen in session
-at Annapolis, in .Maryland-that as the war
was now closed, he should consider it his
,duty to proceed thertco and surrender to
t. t body the coninission which he Ld re
erived tom tl.ei seven years befoV'.
The morning of the 5th. of December,
+783, was a sad and heavy one to the iem
natt of the American army ii the city of
New York. - The ioon of that day was to
witness tire farewell of Washington-he was
to bid adieu to his iilitary comrades for
ever. The officers, who had been with himl
in soleti council, the privates who had
Tought and bled iin the "heavy fighlt," under
his orders, were to bear his commainds no
longer. The manly form and dignified coun.
tenance of the " great captain" was hence.
forth to live in their imemoties.
As- the hour of noon apprnached, the
o garrison, at the request of Wasl.ing.
ton hiiself, was put in motion, and mareht d
down Broad street to Francis's tavern, his
headquarters. le wished to take leave of
private soldiers alike with officers, and bid
them all adieu. His favorite light i:fantry
were drawn up in lite facing in wards, througi
Pearl street, at the foot of* Whiteh.dl, where
a barge was. in readiness to convey him to
Pou ell's' look.
Within the-dinitg roomt1 of the tavern were
gathered the generals and field otlicers, to
take their farewell.
Assembled theie were Knox, Greene, Clin.
ton, Steuben, Gates, and others, who had
served with him faithfully and truly in the
tented field," but alas! where were others
that hal entered the war with him seven
vears :efore ? Their bones crumbled in the
sil from Canada to Georgia. Montgonery
had yielded up his life at. Quebec, Wooster
fel:l at Danbury, Woodbull was barbarionts
ly murdered while a prisoner at the aitmHe
ott Long Islami, and Mercer fell mortally
wc,unded. at Princeton ; the brave and ch:v
ahiC Laurens, after disp1laiying the most lie.
roie eourage in the trenehes of Yorktown,
died in :I tilling skir.oish ia South Caroli m;
the brave but ceceti: ic Leo was no longi r
livinlg, and I'utnam, like a helpless child, was
stretched upon the bed of sickness. IndodL,
the batte!-field and time had thitied the
ranks ubich entered with him ott the coit
filet of Intdependence.
'ashiigton entered the room-the liner
of separation hat come. As lie raised his
eye and glanced on the iaces of those as
Eembled, a tear coursed down his. chtdek,
and his voice was tremulous as he saluted
thetm. Nor was lie alone. Mei, " alhi.;t
unused to the mehing mood," stood arout d
him, whose uplifted hands to cover the'r
brows told that the fears which they in vaitn
attempted to conceal bespoke the angui:
they could not hide.
After : mont' s coivermatiOn, Washtiig
ton eal!d or a of wine. It was
brouiht to himo. Turnb;g to -h o!ieeis, lie
thu.; :sid-(e-ed them :
" W ih a heart fu!l of lov and grnii!ib.,
I now take iy final leave of yu. uid
mest devoutly wish your litter days may i
as propperous and hiaipy as your firnei
ones have beeni glorious and honorable,"
Lie then raised the glass to !;s lips, and ad
dued, " I canntot enm to eac of y*ou ta~ke
my leacve, but shiall be' oblige'd to you if each
of you uill take nme Iby the htatd."
G.eneral Knox, w'ho sood ntearest, um st
into tears, atid adh-anced, itteapiiable of utt e:
hand, and etmbrae.d thim. [IThe oflivers c:tue
up successively, ad tookl ani effec iitinte
leave. No w'oulds wete spmken, lnt. all was
the "' siletnt elot;uece of tears." \\ hiat were
inure words at such at scene ? N. .il.inig
It was the fet hings of the hieart-thillitng,
WVhen the last officer had embracd hitm,
Waishiirgton left the roomt, followed by his
comiradles, and paussed tld~oughi the line <I
light intfatry. llis step was stow amid mtens
ured, huis head unicovered, anLI tenrs tlow~ irg
thick and fast, as he looleil from side to
side at the veterains to whom lie niow bade
adieu fort ver. Shortly ani ev.enit occurred
iore toucl.ing thi' all the rest. A gig'an
tic solier, who had stood by his sitde at
Treniton, steppevd forth f'romi the tanks, and
entendedIC his handu. .
"Fatrewi t1l, myi belovedh general, farewell."
Wash.inigtott grasped his handt ini conivil
sive emotion int boith of h5s. Ail discipline
was ntow at ain enid. .'Te oflice'rs could niot
restraint the mcen ts they rushed f'orwcard to
taike Washiingtotn by the hanuid, anid the rio
lenit sobsj antd'tears of the soldiers told howh
deply enigraved uponi thir all'e:ionis was
the love oef t hir conuidlter.
At h.-nmth~ Wasigtonm ecached the barge
att Whitehall, and (etrd it. At t!.c fit
strokeo of the oars tic ro.-e, and tutring to
the com pantions of his gImyut, by wainig his
hiat, bade thiemt a silenit adieu. Thecir ant
swer was otnly ini tears: and the ofiie.rs and
men, with glistening eyes, waitebhed the re
ceding boat till the fonn of their noble cent
muander was lost sight of itt the di.,tance.
[N. Y. J oturnal of Conmwttree.
G EORGti-2 RODINSON & 1I. 33. -JACI(ON
have s.,,eiated themsiie:vLs together, for the
transac'ting of a -
General Hardware Business,
Undel.r the si) he o.f lionis & -l~exsox, I htinrg,
where w le wilt ahyaysc keepi :sm ext' ts.Vv -sotmenvtt
of E~VERtY' ilING tin th:.t lineu. to'rctiber ithif
ad dles, I3ridltes, I!airnevss, Leather. Tfrm~.s, Wt hiips,
11amnburg, Ajiil 27 tf 15
ROBINISON & JACKSON7,
IAMBUW RG . C.
I.\LVE niwI ott hiand a mio,-t compiilete Stock~
11of Hard ware', aimontgst bIich tumy be
200 Ton Eniglih atnd Sweed Iron,
500) Kegs Nail',
5it Joz. C"llinus' A xec,
75 " Bradec's' t'atenit ITos andl o.thers,
5 " Sutperior S'itaw Cutte'rs,
20i 4 Spadtes andiu shovels,
10 " tk,
Ti!etsn and o:heru. muake of V;ees atnd .\nills,
Traice, llIalter, L'.a. Filtht iunde oiher sti eI' of' Ch.as,
A coeute St'ck of iP.ekt t ant Tfah'e Cutlery,
---LL sTYLis O
lauins, Saws,' CIst I, Seren s. I tinges,
Pub'sIttl' Iis, shot itas,
Poweder F'asks, C ottui ot nd o'l Cards,
Fry~i a.. GI eS V, I.'m.:Sr. I'hts
Flates, Conmp:.sses, ThI.
TTtnthiere. Aprite 27 f 15
I OFFEIR 'for sale the fn-,.winuu Tracts of Ln::d.
Tu'r:ct No 1, Cuttaiining 5'09 .\eres-two hun-.
dredl adres cheared, and 40t acres oi litrst rate l~iot.
Tract No. 2,. Contaiingi 2-50 Aerrs-2li acres
Bottomn an.t 100 WVoodlunzd.
'The L~andsi of both Tracts are of the best quality
stmd exceedingly wellt timtbered.
J. W. E.AR LhE.
Eversren. ?. C1. Nov 9.18~53. i 415
ILL. Persons aityn ise itndebt-d to the Estate of:
li John Wi ~ ise, dee'd., tare hereby requested to
rake immendiaite settent, and those having d.*
nandns agatinst raid Estate wz!h please rend. r in their
ccuints foth~withi, prp' rhy attested, accord!ing~ to
fl. I. AlIL LEl. ExS s
Oct on if
CDONSTANTLY ON HAND &SILRIECEIVING1!
I AM NOW receiving my usual supply of GOODS for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
To which I respectfully invite the attention of the Community
and the Trading Public. W. P. BUTLER,
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 12, No 1, PAuRK Row.
FALL TR ADE FOR 1853!
C 1UNN IN G HAMU1 .
eJHE UNDERSIGNED h: ving given a further triai to the CASH SYSTEMr during tic
A. past neason. have become still more convinced that. it in the oIly trie sytemn of doing a
GRO(:E R Y BUSINESS on termnsadvantageous to both sellernamd buyer, beingr thleewiw.
safest ad surest for both. While the seller i- benefitted by getting the CASH 1'AID DOWN
rior his Good, eniabling him to turn his money over nany times in the year, the buyer has the
advantatge of gettinlg his Goods
Ten or Fifteen per Cent.Carnper
Thnn they ean be obtained from those who sell (nit credit ; tliey brig compelled to sell at this
dilTerence of per cett:ge to cover bad debts and pay the adiitionni expene of ketping and co!
h-et ing ong accounts. It only requires a little reflection, aidel liv a sliglt exani nation, to con
vinee those nho visit f laimur for the purpose of purchasitig S U 'PLEJS, that lie M'erchnt who
deals exelntivelv on the Cash System in purchatsing his Stock, lys it in eheaper thwn those who lay
in large Stocks on credit, with a vi tw to selling tIhm out inl the same way, beingt enabled to turn
his eapital over only once a year, must of Course get i:irger profits in sustain hii.- hsie. titaI
him who on the Ch system, buys moderate Stoeks, SELLS QUICK and TURINS OVlih
eHpizal every thirty to -sixy days. The intelligent planter will perceive that the CASH 1YSTE.'
Meiehant 'ill have made more money at the end of the year, by mking FIvF. Pr CENT PrO.FIT,
than the credit system man Mill at TwENTY-FIvE, anttd -thac those nho btty Good., had better bor
row the moey at home, and allow even finleen or-twenty per cilnt.interest, and pay CASh! for
his supplies. than to Inrehtse on tine even ftrom the best, CREDIT 1lOUSES.
The Undersigned having imade wmple arratigements to keep (sn iand a LARGER STOCK.
ntnd much better uanortnent -'
ALL KINDS OF GR-OCERIES
Than they dii the past seisonl, only ask of their frieM'As and others vi.,iintr this rnarket, to give
tiem a call. aht-re ity w% ill titd, in addition to FIKE FAMILY GROCERIES, a large
!-ppl111y of neaty all the staIple Goods tutally ted in the country, stuch as
Saddlery, Hats, Shoes, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets,
FLANNELS, &C., &c.
Bleing thmfuul frt the libler.h pa runaiuts (if the past season, and looking forward to n largely
inereased trat!u ls ecin Fi-l. n e have laid in and are now receivinig our Stock, and take Ide
tre inl calling tle attention of enstomers to our tuierior
Teas, Sugars, Coffee,.Cheese, 11olasses, Flour, isacon,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Thope who prefer pnying Cash for their Giiods, an: thereby save V"1'een DAllars in erery 0In
dred, had betii-r cll at our Old Stand. ont the Corner nearly oppo~-ite the ('rolinia lotel. where
all artieles sold, will be put tip in tie bezt tmanner, and warraitted to turn ont. wh::t tvy are ro-p
r ..:.. R. F. & 11. L. CUNN!NGUIA3I.
tl:nnhntg O-t. 10, Gin .
.OOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
DRY GOODS FOR THE FALL' TRADE.
I r A. RANSOM. Agenit for R. M. Fu nrtu. is tiuw ini receipt of a LARGE~ annd SI'LEANDIDI
A. S:ock of F*ORtEIGN andh IW 03ESIC DRY' COODS, comiti: ~,g all wthi it ew anod
Oenu!til. Atnotig wich may be f'onid
All Wool DE LAINES, of rich and sidentditd|fRed, whiuttnd fig'd Flannels, all qualiti s;
.,soid coloertet FI:ntantls, fosr teas;
rLarge amd small lg'td De Laines, utl qutali:ieut, Cawiniers, Sa tln, Tweeds aid Kenut tiek
'erstiai D~e Luitnes, vatiossi qu.alities, Jeuitns, :tll onabii is:
th'iI Silk Liistres, very rich ; Blenebed and b~rownt Table D:t:inks, waurrantted
"Raw Silks, in high coloars ;. all Linen ;
Cashmteres antd Airpnau Lustres, all qualities Blie:ibed hiumask T de Clo is, some very floe:
~.nd colors ; .Ih-ebed ail birownt itnetn ' owelltp :n.g d
Plain l'k Gro d-Rhino Silks, various qnntlhties Towel.' ull s~tu liti~s;
and widths: lEinbrideredt Table Covters:
Blacek Watered Silks, a superior article Irish Liueti of tvery gnat~lity, from t-ilebrated
-Fig'd and Brocade Silks; tnnittnlce'nres itt sofmt inish. 5-4, li-4I, I -1.
Rich, coltired Silks, all quamlit i ;imnd 124d bleached atnd browin Shecetins
Colored Marcehine Silks, desir ibh- colors; best miake;
Solish coleretd De Lutines atnd Mer is ; Grasit e' ille, Aiuusta :and ihtmnerk brownt
Solid colored I';ris De Biege, fur travelling Shtirtinigs. by ihle bale ear Isi-ce, ebe.p ;
dresses; llenl Georgii l'lainis, and Tn ills, of'Geoe. Shry's
French Scoetch anid Amerieunn Ginghs, from mntinuetture, ein-ey ;
12 to at 1 2 etnts: Twaille-d Ker.-ys, muautured at, the Autgusta
Etnglisht Fretch anid Amneticatn Prints, fr(!n .itanf.seintuili Comttpanty;
t; 1.4 tup.; Georgiai Str ipes antd O.-.nnaras, Cottcn Yurns
Salit Tahntas'of newv and beatnt il styles; \yhaite aid coloredl Blankets, large stock, n ill be
I .:id is ClothI Cloaks, new anid hate sty-es ; stltd ebetunp :
Colored Fritnges, l'ointted G;imnps. uand othier Whon-y atnd liibbotn bounid BI:utkets, all qttali.
Tmitimings, greaut vairiety ;-tiesanid aises;
Plain amid tig'd Clothas, light fabric for L::die, Cribh lanoket:
Clo~in; TJhtrec .'ly, Inigrini atnd Ilemtp C.srptiing.s
Dhnek Thibbet, Bay State and umbiriided Shtuivls: various piumter nis:
Chiatsetts, F'rench worked Collars and( Umnder- Rogs and lDruguruets, fo-r floor eloths;
sleeves, hlte st vles; Eandits :aid Childreni, Sho-s;
.Lene, Thread ai Li.-d Edgitigs and minert- Cuarpet inigs, l'oari t lien, Is ory .nd l'en:rl T..
ingts, aill qoualities: h-is, Extracts.a Ot c cf Ricases, Fuitey Sos::p.
Iadies Aerino aid Sik Under-vests: C"iahgine, I lair antd TootoIh Brushes Ioury
lid Silk itnd Wool Gloveus, fir Ladies, 3Iisse.,. aimd Itorn Combus, &e., &..
u ntd Chilhdren;
() Therse~ Goods have been piurchasued wvith GREAT (CARE at the LOWEST MARK E I
PRICE aimsd purebaisers timy rest nasured ithat every airticle will be solhd as ch~eapt ama enn be.
1ought ii Augusta. An ex:.iinamtioni Is respectfully solicited. M .R\SM GN O
R. 31. FULI.ER.
ITAsrneno, Oct. 26, 185. 4f
Hardware & Cutlery Store, ot-adSoe1Infcoy
31!-' SC HS TILES hiave jult receivecd their -. ~ - N eistdtiteSir
IHARDWARE & CUTLERY, * Ir. .(.Titsis
Cotnsist hg of A nvIs, \" ces, BiellowN , Smtitms 11am-* ~ u trasiutIa
mers, Screw P'lates, Stocek anid I):es, Ilerate Stsho cltittk t rkFm res uii oe
Nils, Rustps, Files, llandis anid Cut, .\h111, and all oilier WtrPoa iahTun
Ihtnd of SA WS.*.. * B osad hc ,
500 dozen0 ot all kitnds of Locks.OfhevrB STMT IA ,atdanxe
500) " " "~ Knives. kittmawy vriuel
.jtli p air Pitlols oif all kids.
Iu Gtt uns CLtuhs Revolvers. Al~enms do. A s.onhtdumlrg'vriycfhWOSahI
Wn iLEgen Clams, Castings, lIine * Screws, Housec~l)h ~ tomss~m'~ttc vih s~lb
Furiin Iug Gods, antd every thi::g else: connmecteddsjadoft rooubemui.
with a la-dwareu house. t -I
.- A L SO --~N )-lmuetre i~setyst ei
Coin Shiellars, Straw~t Ctters; Alills, thme ge-nnmn*e Sii-tidtghuit~.leieuthh 551
ClnsAxes, .Adz.s, Hatchets anud a: kinds Edge -* -
We would respectfulhy solicit a share of patron- eay A WolI gr G od
ge, anod aniythiing sold biy ius wilt be -warruanted ot LfdTIfIk!5
the best miusaufacture. ~tTTE ARllN -u-a 'uhav
M IiU LL AR!ET & OAK .XAN. I' utre-ci ttnc tskaf0-r
A few- douors anove lostuan.:e- kuank, Augustm(u.Pta Ga. ~ ihu utg o l~.1utl9- v
G r o c er i e ~ wonni; taiir1.\\ liNeG rheymtviet the tite
~ II !:-s- Drug Store, as Aunu-dat, Oct.e1
pated tC make t order, Fine Drss, Dunbs- itl,
10( Iauts oily iial ~mmse~ j~~c'Gj, Saann rofahd Pump Valy R a
itti Mes M CXL~R L, ils Kic, o fI the very p EtT hmAih TEit--i L--zs, an ana emicel
And ~uuhl tate, tha we hvc a ue s , one hand pes ai aera-:iety ofa tp isOTiS nn
assurtutuciat ~ ~ ~ SlOE of tmy tees to wn i nsinr:e ttt ie-reir whai i-b
Blaket, Jegr Clths paidisoe of on trea:einabluue term -tis.rs-aitstts
Bi-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~[ .lit-sChi, dd, nabr, tiiStoicotstlmiir -Wunte, thlusre tipen this iatorlearn
I:.,' * i~as, Whe L~d, Sht, lI.r L ti he * hoet-m alt- hsg ettiess.i P I e e a t.-i ilyt soon.ja
A a ;u re: vey rtulcissumv luia1 iia Iv h ut atreve to lr-etoc fis Gueosria~
ceryStor. J.S~bLY & ~*~N stPlaiis bund i inhereot .o r sut mmd -t Ne
Il~itiat~ttuu, Nov 14,;'en 5Te-i. E lakshsm in f th e m neiuhthinr Ehty
Smivy.dc'd, tih riett he itpt~i- im la he par ielte invitec th !teu
Gro ia iyitciumicaeri aie!~ceam tion of~i pmter. Ali fint 'he ~
50i IIks.tts oa:).\ .sp :vtts d~els hTgEW- L ~ isdcr, ti
J. o~sRlE C.~ ,- SupLEri, At'* hu hiielstml, hlsi li- )alces
10]) te G-n andS'unf jt:intamdl'enttt0Fe sie #e 0', r u
30-Wo-e ilulf__ an--are -as --- 3._______ No ui it.V111CE.I uttfti oclluta
' andMe L r CKER EL alsoKir.
4 A nd~i weh oul thse hi~st idderthitiweahavdaa fine-Ot2 ~ I
l'dght--tch, imlirEY YadeG, Osn::, Ptripesi0tCC
ti . Chr a .- - Pof er. E nrbti Uier, ogi p usrhe i-o tcarietitv A(uaeiy
ait sd bcae ie iaetie t Itaiimin i n)s Gro- adth asun ya u ia-lrt
netr. J.A. SlLEY &" AON. -I l W RS
Jlahn ,No 1 4 -2 Jtf 445
PIANJO-.FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIc, &c.
-rp i-TI I E. liubseribers wouhl enlled at
tetntini to te:r S.lenlid atssortmient of
-P L& If 0 F 10)R T R s,
6, 61i. 6i1 :m.1 7 Otavos from theV e.-ho-brated
!I.uIfiteiri.s11 of IAco.c & l:AVES. AIVIAMoN &
linos. :ndi A. I I. .ta: & Co., of New York.
l'hese ar. fr.nn!c Ot lest and t huonghly sea
I.JedI 11 ater'.n!s4. wi:hj :d.I theL I.jte:-t iII.rovemnrts,
md are '.'AlIRANTED ito s d the various
S of this e:imute-and ror cc UI:ity and sweet
less o-f tone e:not he surwe.
Their BOOK 0 nnd VSTATION ERY department
:(myitis or a oti asso, inwent of
School and Misccllancous Bocks,
Aid all the Cheny titeratuire, :s s1n01 1. published,
1s w8 Il n- arge :.ul well seleeted St..ek of Sid
Their Stock of .lN'TElD M1US1C is the largest
n the st. conrisitting :fIal the popular Songt,,
Waltze<-, .\brehes, Variations. &e.
01- -New MAlni recei..ed every wvork.
They n'so k.-ep :in e'legant vs.,rtmvnt of the fol
en inl instrunici:s on hanl v:z:
Vllns, Guitars, ViclIncelIcs, Clari
nets, Cornopecns, Sax Horns,
[ENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS
Aso, nn assortmient of Mlitend 3.-relmnaiZP,
Z1C' A n ::s.wrtment cf lnperior Violin ard Gu:tar
S'JlIlNGS. nlu nys I'n hand.
A l tht nLove artiele-s m ill be sold for Ca.h or
n1od paper, by GE0. A. OA'l ES & B 11W.
lIr.wla Street, A ugust-,. Ga.
Nev 9. tf -12
Rich Carpets and Curtain
NOWDEN & S HEAR, have receivel
from Ne-w York
iihi 'apestry 'e:vet Car.ets, or new and1 splentlitl
Igii lir: ts.e.f rich al vlezn:.t styles:
Sup orior T::ptsiry I'llusse!-: ul \eiitin Carpets;
-:tperi ir hig;raln and Thre-e P'ly Carlai ;
lrinted Flrr B:ticzs, by the vard. and in patterns
.'a;-i e's, for Ptlls and Bed luins, at very I.>
Superior white Ebroil. red Luvce atd Mualin Cur
R1ieb vo:ored Dan.tsk, for Wiioiw Cui ta':s;
Fr neh Wind.ow Shndes.of etegant tie,-i:n':
Cutnt*n 1,0io; rich Cireici. ; lro, aned 1 te.d
St:ir 1Rm,1 :
Furn'ture: Dimities and o('ttton Fninget, a largr
tentin .f thew 1-u!lie.
Nov i if 45
THE MARRIAGE STATE;
Shall Happiess and enIlth, or .fllsery and
N'cknesa, nfend l I
MOST STARTLING CONSIDERATIONS I
Reflections for the Thoughtful.
Strange that countless human beings exist and
drag through life as do the beasts of the deld, or
tle insects of the carth, eviicing no more thou;ht
or reflection than though the noble faculties of mmd
were not vouchslafed to them.
Mtfary such are husbands and fathers, upon who a
are depeldcent the health, the well-being, and "e
hapinoess tif a confiding and affectionate wife, with
perhaps a famnily of childlren.
110W OFTEN :T ltAPPEFNS TrtAT THEP
WIFE LINGERs FROM YEAR TO YEAR
In thlat pitial~he condi.inn as not even for one day to
feel the happy anid exhierthtig lituence incident
to the etny iuent of health.
tShe inny not be an in~valid confined to her bed,
or even to her room; as her pride, ambition ahd
eergy induce and nerve her to take personal
charge of her hlousehold, even when her health will
not admit oc it ; but she is nevertheless perceptibly
sinkinig from daty to day, antd always ailling.
Thus, tda'y after day, and month aifter month tran
spire. 1ier health daily sinks, till fiually even the
huipe of recovery nto lunger remains. And thus
THE BLOOMING BRIDE,.
Bult a few' years ago in the Buesh of henaith and
yonlth, and buoncy of spirits, raupidly, andI apepa
rently inexplicably, becomes a feeble, sickly, de
bilitated wife, with frame emnaciaited, nerved un
strunlg, spirits depressetd, countenantce bearing the
ilup~rers of sufring, and an atter physicaf and
deinectimes5 this deplorable change mnay and tines
arise from torganuic or costitutiolnal dauses. But
oftener, by far oftener, to gross and ino~Xcutsable
ignoran~ce of thle simplest and plainest rules of
health as connected with the marriage state, the
violation of which entails disease, suffering and
misery, tnt only to the wife, but often
llereditary Coniplaints up~on the Childfent
" UNTo THiE TvitD AND FOURiTt GENERATION,"
Trnismittinog CONSUMPTION, SCRIOPULA,
HYPO50i1ONDItlA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KING'S EVIL, antd other dIseases,
froma tihe Parents.
And most this continue I Shall we be wise in
all that concerns the caittle of otur fields, our horses,
our sheep, our cows, our oxen, the nature and
chlaracter of the soil we posses.s, the texture and
quality of onr goods andi merchandise ; but in all that
concerns ourselves as human beings, with human
functions and passions, subject to greatt derange
mncut, in~volvin~g our future peace and happiness
in all that concerns the heal th and welfare of the
wife of our ntractions, anad the mother of our chil
dren ; in all that concerns the mental and physlcal
welt being of those children, we should be ia
mersed in the darkest and mnust
ais cL'LIrAm2.3 AS :agxcustaLKx!
Ilow long shaull this ignorance prevail so p reo..
tire of its hitter fruits I How long shall the wife
antI 0nother be ignlorant of the nature, character andi
causes of the various womb and sexual colleaints,
etubitteriing her days by suff'ering-sui'oring often
prolunged to years, eventuating in a complication of
di.rases utterly and hopelessly ineurable 1 Shall
we fur ever close our eyes to the results of physio
logical science by which we may arrIve at an
understanding of ourselves as men and women
suhject to serious life-long enduring diseases, anti
perpetuating them to our children.
LET EVERY WIFE AND HUsBAND FONDEE.
No, hausband or wife nered be ignoratt of wha
Concerns temn mti to know to seure ter heulih
and harqpiurss. Timit knowledge is cotained in a
li/dc work ent itled
THlE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DRl. A. al. IIIAURtIUE'AU,
ratnt'tsSolt OF Di'EA1SES oF Wo~tttEN.
One llundjredlh Etion. I18m,. pp. '250. Prc 6o Centls
[.u Fi'xi PAP'ER, Exz'nA anfNiN, $1 O.]
First pubilishied in I847 ; and it Is not
SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL,
Conalderitng that E VE RY E A L M,
whtether M.%RRIED ORl NOT, ennt here
acquire a fultl knowledge or tihe ae
tuare', charneter and entuses of her
cotanplaintan, w~ih tihe various
symptomsj, anti that nearty
HALF A MtILLION COPIES
should have been sold. It is impractieable to eon
r'ey fully the various euhjeets treated of, as thej
ale of a nature strictly intended for the married,
or those contemplating marriage.
UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED TIIOU.
Have been SENT BY MAIL withia the last few
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
BE NOT DEFR.4UDED
liny no book unless Dr. A. Md. Mauricean, 129
Libcrty street, N. Y., is on the title page, and the
entry mn tile Clerk's Office on the baek of the title
page ; andi buy only of respectable and honorabtle
deliers, or send by mail, and address to Dr. A. M
Mauriceau, as there are spurious and surreptitious
infringements of copyright.
ffD Upon receipt of One Dollar " THE MAR
RTED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAI, OOM.
FANtION" Is senit (mailedl free) to any part of the
Unitted States, the Canadas and British Provinces.
All Letlers must be post-pati,'and addressed to
Dr. A. Mf. MAURICEAU, Box 1224, New-York
Oity. Publishing Offce1 No. 129 Iiberty Street,
7K (. r s E le in thtis VilInge by D~r. A. G
I'lr\G ' l . P 5 Cea~ts.
Ssti2~> ly 37
E Ol1',S NS~ hatlebttedl to ite As-iatnetd Es,.nle o
LI dIll. I .onl iltlth-s ta1ke noticte that1 their
ect'ttl and1. Notes aret in the hmnals of W. W.
.1h111s ihr' et,lth etion. The'se. who aru desirous of
otg cost will enll immnediite~ly.
S. IF. OOO)D it, AssIgnee.
Jnnl~ 11. if 5,2
iamnburg & Edgefield P'k Road,
[ III; Pl.A NtK R( I.\ I front I Iambure to Edg~e
. ile'dl as now comid~eted and11 ttpent ftr lte public I
11. A. KEiNHI!CK, Pres.
O..S tfe 3$
. 3 1OS 1P A BIN E V,
VW IT.L be founl at all times in h.is Oflice. at
VVEdgefield Court 11ouse, near thI PLANTEra'
IlIe will attend promptly anil strictly to business
in his profession.
Nv. 14 tf 51
A B N E P E R IN,
SENT r dhe Pro-.*eitions lor C.i:u, for Boun
Ltv Laal. ldvolutisiu-y andt .JKIher Penmsions
Offi.'e at Edgelieldl C. I1., S. C.
Feb 23 . t f 6
. Zor Sheriff.
FELIX. E. BODIE,
Wcor Tax Collector.
TIlO1314%8 B. IR EESE.
A. R. A lI..
M. It. W1lIITTL1E,
11. T. WIGicHT1,
DA VID 11i)DI.
JOIIN W. S31!T11,
W. F. DURISOE,
TIJOS. G. IIACON.
New Fall and Winter Goods.
MILLER & WARREN,
-A VE Ju-t t ecived, at thir S.tore, Ccorner op
.psite de.\lanslnlinse. 1 : rIe 111 1i
peeS (Nof 1- L.I. ANI) W1 ER GsOIld,
1AE30 MIT3 G' DD .
B~rioewlemsl Iliich P'laid SIL.KS.
Br..eade and aStriped :.Aek SII.KS,
Emasbrosdered .erinao, Itsbes,
Richa Figurrd Caasmree and I)'Laineo,
l'rain' Fressch an-1Egi~'ierns
Saxony 'l:ads, a beautiful article for CIitJren's
Cu!'d Englia-h Flannels, for-Children and Ladies'
Super. White Oxuze anil Wesh Flannels,
Black Alynca alnd Canton Clo:hi, for.lAies'
I;!nek CAaily. D'f.aines and bnlhaz'n-..
French, Kngi.hi nd American PRITS,
French CI .\llENI E! and tLEEVLS,
. lin E-I?ins.9 :iml insertinen: rish .Linen ;
aimn.k I Table Cloths. Table Nal-kin an a)..yle,
12-4 TIavy lk.rnsley'She..t'ngs,
Togetiher wita a fine I.,ck or SATTIN ETF,
Kenatneky .1 t ANS, CLUTIIls, Cl.\1 ERIE
We respetfually solicit a, l from or frie.I
:tn.l (n.tonimerx. ani permms vimiting th- city wosuld
.lo welt to give* n<4 a look before pourvh.maiig.
A na?2aim. Oct 12 in1-1 3R
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER'
And Eoiler MIaker.
SLL1 ftinals9 of ltur, (;r:st and .a .\lilI Gear
.i 1 ?in t maliaft n?3 onde~I and iarrtated tem per
rorma eiual to any i lie Stat.
l ir. It. T1. 3.\iu.. at Edgs ik.d C. 1H., is anathurised
.\'ent to ,im~k e ontra.cts.
No. 601 2East-Day. opposite P. & ZIE Dank
CantmrLwros. S. C.
IJ E keeps costantly foir -,ne~ a geriiul assort
Ai ment.. of PA INTS andm 011.5 tsf alI kinds,
Windm (l:a~ antd Snj.hme.
syr:s. Turpetin:e. Unmpa1latene. Spirit Gas,
Ta.low,. I rind.stonieit. Ceirdag..
&C.ttoni Foot Gin Fiature1', and l'2,rhe~s oft varian.9
(Charleitona. Nov. 1 Crnl 42
\ R. LE IG H would respectruily annoeuiaee te
Af thle I~a~li.s andte Gentlemean uf Edtlekitii anid
vicinity, that he is now re-tdy Ko serve all that iiaay
tb- desiroubs of obtaining ea or more of hiis
Mr. L.. is preparedt Ko take any o~f the different
tyleus of P'ictures thme A rt is capable itf.
Er LaJ~e5 will find thiat black er dark Jressing
will add mcucha to thae beauty uf the Picture..
.iniy 1I tf____ K 17
CLOTHIR G MPQRIUM.
IUM. . PRIE & CO.,T1AiL~OaS-FOR
v I 'UPING TIt.\ l)E--Are constantly
rnanfactureng and Ar ALL .iMas well supplied w ith.
thae newest styles iof
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PA NTA l.OOYS, V EsTS, SIlIIITS,
Un dersh iirt a und Drawrs,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &c., &c.
TOilET FIhNIS Ii.li G-amcy Soups. KE
anetsi. Clotha undt Ilair Hir;abest, Coiia, ltiigers'
Kiaves, Shen:rst, Puiraesa :and Port .loies. (C?aes.
Umbarel'tas, I its, Cupts, uand every ailei of Geun
iIeens' direnma andI pers-on:al furniatr.
T) TIll li TItA It E-We~ are well .-upplied with
l'111.\ .\ INGS. (Cloths lby the piece. pa~tterna or
otrd, wh'eh we will sell as1 low ats enn be botughit ina
New York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
No. 258 Biro.ld-street, A ugusta Ga.
March 30 if 10
B3OOT84 AND SHOES
AT THE IRON FRONT STORE OPPOSITE TE
Masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Eags, kc.
GenCoits. L ansc?, Alisses, Bos Yoth and1
'luldren's SilOES oft the
\nml -the be-K thiat vani he bounght.
Onar .m'Aiiormenat contiains EVERY ARTICLE
wuntl:y kept in thla?rgest Boort tand Shsoc stores.
-As. vAnETiPU OF
IND 11 OUSE SERVANTS' SHOES
All ofn whtich we wi:i sell on the~ amaot rensonaible
SA utusta Oct 12 ft f39
Iwi.C .~ Lbs. Periuvians Gunanmo,
Le0X,000'J100( bb's. Kettlewell's G UANO
anid SA LTS,
') iibs. Kettlee ' C! E3IICA L SA LTS,
S" Pure grouniad PL.\STlEIt
The above celebrated 3ilannares foar sa'e bmy
,J. SIBLEY & EON.
lHambuarg, Nov 14. tf 44
eg The Laurenasville lerald, indeperndlent Prtes
nil Andaers-na Gnattao will copD~y the above fouar
ims. atnd forward b.ils to .1. S. & SON.
Ready-Made Clo hing! I
JUST Received a haeavy Sttck of REA DY
31 AI)E CLOUTIlIINU, will.-uited to thec Fall
ul Winter Trade, nid will be Mi 1.0W FOR
'ASII, or til easy termis Ko punactual cut-tomeara.
.t thec doubtfull exiaminec for themiaselvts.
Fresh and Pure Kedicme6s, &c,
r EMil E aub).er'ber hiisi juat redefevd a iSE VCr
1 STOCK of
Family Medicines, Chemicaisyte.
-CovISaING iN rAl.T oF
Sulilte or Q..ia.ine. Pure. l'ilisi,
S ni. s.f StIn, Cal..el,
ll ry's Cal Mi3gves:a, Cr l am of Tartar,: A "rd
L ulphj..tev oaf .\brphine, uli.e
I A u.p lsag. 'in, . tryelen.ne. . . --
Munt's E f.xir of Opinm, IFehnostuc'a V, rriinge,
Thiopon's Eye Wat r, 11e.\% IP-. r's Ointmnt,
Chee uamn's Kiaamn, Ei vans' imeeatui.
Norw td's Ve ratrun Viride.
A it, a full ianpl'y of uwmt all the ptiopular Pisti
Me.liines oaf the. day, all tf tiiich lire wars:Md
free from adultratiot.a.
Oct 24 G. L PINN. -A axxia.
1 on. .1. G. - Ao
Wholesale &,,,Retail Druggist
' A K KCS this antod of returninag his gh.ulkmt
. his f.riendri and patrons, for tIw ptrina I&
ham received in the sale oft Drugs,-Medicine, &e.
lie is now receiving an addi:eon to his alriady
extensive Stnck of
Drugs, Medicines, Ohemieals,
Dye .atutra, Paintus,.Qils, Window Gis4, Patty -
Physiciaes'h'op rurnitt, se.
THE FINIKT WINES AND 4IRAND1ES
fur Medicinal purpetes,
Fin e Cigar and Tobaccd, -
Of hia own is and Nortierin nake,
French Extracts, &c.0 *c.
Paint, liair, 1lat, Shoe anod Tanner. Bruihtu
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds
made undler hais own suptrvitia in strict
nectordar e with (9 UT. S. Dijsp'ry.
Time maost Reputable Nostranmas,
All of wiie lihe will sell at prices that will con:pat
I favosraly with nny So!uthern markeL Tiftoe Wp
ing to purhesi airaiele in hi: lii:e kill dol'well
vall aud exaomine h%- Stock and .rices.
Edlgefi'eld C. Ii.. Jnuw 22 .tf I
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &c.
T &, J. HILL, IIaamburg, u:& ina
IV f4rim their frieids sand eum k 21as> -
krp e..m.stanily on liand. 'at. g
l.\lf(G E aid WaELL SE
siatimg in part of the r.11..wingarii a -
FI|N E 7 F iAY
A large assartmnt-of i'oeket Knives- Kziives an
Forks. seisuirs. &c., &eg)Lth' Esg I1h .am
Tin and Caper Wa .
E*verv art:ele of Tin Ware kep4t 1l).ay-,o naJ,
and .rders re--ivedl. for ayate~la l
needed in tt.r Copper. Tfn.'Olof t rolti'.in
..\ gol asusrtmint-t ofIIentineis"id 'n-1411 e
iThe it, r ire raesmmnei'znlted to lue ktep.rs ir
nentumtk- and , conomy.16
Gum nid sto; - -
. full a.-uurtment ,of Oums,. rrd rlinary wvy
fine. r',:t5' reptatine 'i'.d..P, A len'a, a i
and Solf-Cck;itg ain;;le Ilnad I 'istoil. Alsonsom
un SITN'S TOOLS.
A large andiu etiipelte Stank of Smith's Tooli etn
,it'iin of .Anvel-'. ihlelws, $.,rew Plate, H1mma
Aa sloveige I Iuiiiumwrs. -'il.*, i k;ups, &c.
CARPENTERS TOOLS. - - -
Embruing i arietieas o.f Plis w,, Chel
Axes, Adtze's, &te., &c. - . -,
' pades 'and~hovels.
pade~iss and' sho*.ls tiss ti s. Aeo,
~.\anre forks, lioes, &c., &e. -
Lo.g, Ox, Trace, I'amim, 00:1 andi Hater Chains.
Iloilert nnd Caidrons.
A rarity of linil-rs n.1 ('alltany.yte prf p.-r
usa, ..f hichsl fasrimers will fi .a great ainug in
rfeeding Cattle ami Hogsi.
CASTING M-I~D HOLLOW WARE. -
Pot.. Ovenis, Spider., Tii a Et:Is, Wafile and Wal
fer lawss. -'ire JDog~s. Wiatggosn Boxes, Gridl Ileisn
Smitothing iruna, .\torters. &c.
I300 Kee .f Nais aetI i8e Alsan a srt
I Itrste so' Nails. Ctoll'e Toasters, and..Cenon
ne.l W..i <:ards.
The mosst nyi.rse.l.traws Cutera, and Corn Shel
kers, whmkh Iraistrs wou:4t fmnd gr.-as econonmy to use;
CIl AINJ P'UMPS!
(lhain Puimps andI Iinu-anu excellent muethodi fur
,drainjg water frtom welm.
Lr A !! the fureging articles sold on the tmoss
llaml~urmt. Oc~t.2fi 6mn 41
BLALii STOIA L L,
WAREHOUSE AND 'GROd5RY
AUlGU'TF A,G A.
IAll Cotton consigned to us wilibe
Sold Free ot'Commission.
Trl E Firsn, if .itIViOa,"Itus.L, & C'o.. having
i een di sa.hedJ tn the 5th of'-June Iasts. lb..
Subiscribe'rs, members sof thes late firm, wul1contiisse
N E.% at tihe nunie we'll knotwn'"Stands. <(Stor. ia
irand street. epptsite the PtL~au' Jlo-ra. n'oWs
ereting, andI W arehouse tan Camipbeil St..) whvm:
theyv will be happsy to see. ihe frientls and sccquains
mnees of the, late firm. haviing always orr liand a
LAItGE .\NI 'WELL SELECTIliD V.'
Stock of Grocerfen,
Suited tio lanterp' tradso, in whsich theytfeel eni fis
detnt ltey cant tler inducmntseqatonyM'e
in the~ itv.. e* - os
.ij* (sa advances adte oin Ctottn in Sige whmen
required. WM. M. BEAll ..
.JullY W.. 1,. STOVA LL~
A ngutsa July 27 'fam tS
Freshm Newv Wlens Ffour"
AND YEAST POWDERS.:
I U2ST liceeived Thirty Barrels of that- Chsairg
feiF:sur f-omi the Tumblig Shia!a' Mills. Zveri
Barre s..id e.:n be returnesdif naot.pproVed.
A:sa,, O.e Gi osa oef l-reesn & Merrelt's lnfallibe
Y E.\ST lI'sW D)En. lNo exc'se. tae' bad -hr. ad
now. i-'r saele by - . L. rENY, AgenL
l~e 2I tf . 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLL'A
John Rainmsfored. Adm'or of
C. J. Glever, den'd.
Jtesiahl D. Til bett:, A
F. Ii. Weardisiw, -
Jamie P.* Adrams.
U TNDER an Order from the-Court of Equity
la) in tis cise, noitic in herreby given - to the
Creditors tof C. J. Ohtuver, Jee'd., to comne in and
proven heir claims befomre mec any time betwt-en
thme presenit drte ansd thme 29th. daiy of Jsninry
next, as sifter thait time thety will not be received.
A. S'aKINS, C.~E. E. D..
Nov 14 9t. 44' * .
LL Prsos inebtd totheEistate of C.A
diaite payn-nent, andme thosne hmaving denmands against
aid estate, will presentt them priperhy atteettedl.
4JiN RAINSFOR.D,'Ada'r. ~
Sept22 't ' 3r
r 'lIE Subscriber having es'eted a
I.new buaildinag is the rear of Aleusse
. Wu:tLAMS & Ciu~a ni ad L. HuIn's
Stores, is prparedl teo do sall kins' of
Ilrse-Shaaeing and PIanation, wor~k .will aeoei'e
prompt attentin. S. F. G'ODE.
.lanu 19 ti - 1
F jROM the Subsvteibep's plantation, a few aey
. after- Chrlitums, 18 cur Twenmty l-FX l~
ING f1OGS, of v'ariious coloars-.pinelpallyf
back uind blue. Thev~ are all nsmskd' ithl atmoplt
ini esm.4h yeasr, amed an s'ader hit in thec right.'
Asny infinathan~ concerning said Jinga wI be
timkfnlty seceived.L AMON IN$)$EY
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