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ARRIVAL OF STEAXER ALPS.
Bosrox, July 31, 1854.
The steamer Alps has arrived, bringing Liver
pool dates of July 19.
The news from the Principalities indicates a deci
sive battle. Omer Pasha was at Guirgevo wit'h
17,000 ment, and the allies and Turks, 60,000 strong,
were advaneing to reinforeo him.. Tihe French
were already at Rusteiuk. The Russians were at
Fralhtenciti, 70,000 strung, and were continually
The Russian had been defe-ated at Chernavoda
and the place captured by the Turks. The Russianms
hal also been defeated at Wateschi. It was rumored
that ihe Russian General Arnep had iemmitted sui
c:de. The death of Prince Gortschakoff was re
ported at St. Petersburg. 500 persons had been
arrested, charged with plotting against the Govern
In Spaim the rCvo!ution was spreading. The garri
son of Barcelona had declared against the Govern
The steamer Atlantic arrived out on the 19.Th.
LivatrootL, JulV 19.-The circular of Ilollinshead
& Setley states the sales of cotton, s'nee the sail.nir
of the Africa, at IS,000 bales. On Tuesday there
was a better demand at stiffer rates. Breadstuffs
had largely declined. Ohio flour 34s. Gd. Corn
P3)3EE33 OF THE CHOLERA.
NOW YoaK, July 31, 1854.
'Theo total number of deaths in this city last week
was 1,150, including 241 from cholera. In Phila
delphia 500, including 90 froim Olera. Im Boston
the deaths from cholera were 175. At the State
prison 125 cases, but no deatls had occurred. Da!
timore is still free from the disease.
The brother of ex- President Filhnorz has died in
Miinnesota of cholera
ALLEGED OUTmAGs nr BmITISR Tuorors.
We h:ave heretofore seen serious charges pre.
ferred amgainst the Turks, amid then againlst time
Rutssini trotops. since the breaking (out of the
Eastern war, and nowv a letter fron London to
the New York Tribune thus speaks of excesses
on the part. of the lish saiiors:
At the takinI of Bonersund by a detachment
of the Etid fleet, a circunmstance oectred
which the world it large siold know. ''ic
lissian wunmen were vtohlated by the English
:il,ro, their houses laid waste, imd thefis com
mitted. The London D-,ily News admits tie
fact With in :air of col depravity that mnost
dis-iusmt every humitm being- who reads it. It
says that whin the marine first landed mn the
viilaige, tl woiten fled frighteimd in all diree.
tions i but when they found that British tars
Were not beings to be frightened at, tie color
of the rose son succeeded to tie pallor which
had overspread their fatir cheeks, and they sh.
mitted to time kisses of time bra-e tars whim evi
dent deligtht. Tiis w:s btt imidiig insult ti tie
worst crime kiown to l:w. Instead of a peace
sable submission on the part of tie Russian wo
Men thev were taken out by the drummken saillors
to the public common, and the re violated enimasse
in the nid,t of orgies that wnihi iave done
honor to Siuth Sea cantiibas! Tme ecommander
of the English i'orces, ashamed of this coinduct,
afterard ametmpted to .pologizo to the Cover
Mor of th:t place. In .reily lie was told that
there were soine crimes fomr whiim imen coid
apologize. but for such a one as this tliere cotuld
be li apoogy, and he was surprised to hear one
otfered by a imatimn tnderstanding so well the
obligations of civilized life.
A LATE work on Utah and the Mormnns. says
Mr. Voodruli, of Avon. (onneelictit, ias risen
to be one of hlie Twelve Apostles int Utahm,
and tiat he is constandy "m narrying new and
WnEN a m:mn has a ureat deal of fmlt to find
with a1 new .p pemr whih he never fa ils to read.
it is a suire. '-in timat hem ha s inot p'id f'or it.
People. seldo mid hfault w'i it the,.ir mwnm prompet.
o B I T U A R Y.
DikD. 27dm .1 uax at his res demce mmn ths Dimstrict,
after a sih 'rt illness, Mir. L~wms ASaILLt, Sr., ~in tihe
6tiJh vai ar f hms amge.
lie'was a native of North Carolin.a, hut fur nmany
year< a eit.zen of Elgemiell I i).strikt, inm which hei.
lived e~temed amn hoinest aimd up'righmt manm, hav
ing unied with the le:ptst Cumreb. a imelmberh
which he wa at the- time of his mlh-athl. Thmereforme
leaving his flesh ti rest mimhope till time last truimplet
b~.s it arise auni-I1put onm immmi: al. whlenm nill be
fully broughmt tm pms time pronmisme mf Go. as cmon
taimned itm time subject of his ownm ih:.ice t'r his ftmm
ra-e .amv are tif' af~liti,'ns'of time ighteous, but
time Liurd d~livere:h ihIiim out of them: all.'" Psa:mis,
34th chapter. P'Jthm verse.
Yes, faithm can triu niph o'er the grave,
Agmmd tranmple onn time toummihs;
,Jemas, our liedeeme'r hives
aly God my Saviojhr coe.
D)ED, Mlar 7th, in .Musemozee Co., Ga., Mrs.
Mityv .llutrsoN, aged 77 years, 2 mmoths anmd 26
She was born in Brunswick Co., Va., where in
early life she joiined thme M. E. Church, nd u ,after
wards mmved to Ed!gefiel1 , S. C., whm, re shte lived in
commuimnf anmd el'.owh-p with thme church anmd thme
God of all egrace till 18:1 site momved to Georgia to
spenmd hter last days in time homuse of hmer beloved
daughter, nis. 'm enthmumt, wh!ere she bmeathmed lier
last in peace with Godl anmd mli mankind.
For fifty-six years she walked. withm God bearing
time cross, despising~ time shmme, hmavimng due respmect
to the greamt recompenuse of- rewamrd. in her l:mst ill
nes.< whichm was pnrotracted ndti pamtful, mnot mm mnur
nmur or repimning setimenit esemtped her lii-s, event
wheni undemr tihe seven st paroxy-mt of lher imdady
wvh~eh was exqjuisitely pa~infuil. She exprersed a de
sirec to departandmi he with Cihrist wiih is far~ better,
yet a wil-ingness to sutl'er on itf Gd i hid wnisdmm
saw it best for his gloryanmd her ultiumate ripeness
for eavn. houh d~idshe yet speakethm. The.
unfailing energy of lier faith amnid trials and heavy
hereanvements will aroiuse the enuergy of mmanmy mit
ttoseo who have hasd thme'benefit 'of lier aequanmane
and felt the power of 'ber exammmple.
-Dm~D, tt imis fathter's' residemncin Ricmnoind Co.,
Georgia, oin time (6th Ju'.y, hMr. ELLseid Sesino, in
'thme 22d yemar of his aa
Tme 'deceared was a youing mamn whomse moral
contduM tmand aliable ptuimerJ secured thte fin l.ship
of all wvho kntew him. TIhmough lie mmaide rn' profes
sion of religionm yet thtose virtues whtieh he prame
,tieed were sufliienmt evidence of his adumitammce up
.to the ehmnbs mnf glory.
"Ali earthly htopes stayedl to thme land,
Or smitten tiy dleathm's all conuquering hanmd;
Thomugh limneIV lms bmndy here doith lhe,
li s spirit rests ini worlds "it high." S.
. Barbecuwil Dinner !
Tua ilbe a Dimmier givenm at W. W..Ilanv
AaR's on Friday the 25th of August.
l7 The Candidate% are respectfully invited to
A ugust 3, 1654.
TIlIE Subseriber will stanmd his fine YOUNG
.-JACK 1O5l bVA R, tite present Fall Season
.at his own stable otnly, mat SS to imnsure a mare mto b,:
in foal, time money tom be paid as soomn as the fact is
ascertained-or $10) to insure a live'enmlt.
. I any perso'n putt a mna-e and trade or transfcr
4her before it is knownm whtether shte be itt foal or not,
he will be held respmunsibie for the minoney.
Persons at a distance wishinug to senmd Mares to
the Jack, will have- good pasturage fummmshmed for
them gratis.. ' .
All possible care will be taken to prevent acci
dents, by escape or othterwise, but 1 will nqt be res
ponsible for any shouldthey occur..
Aug 2 4t* 29
APPLTCA TIONmwill be made at the next Ses
Asiomn of time Legislature for a Railroad Chmarter
from some poinit on the Greenville & Colmumbia
Rail Road near Iliggin's Ferry on Saluda Iliver, to
some poinmt on.the llamburg & Coluambia Rail Road,
near the Pine Ihouse.
Aug 2, St , 29
T HERF'BY appoint J. A. TA LBERT, to act as
. my Attorney, durintg my absemnce from the State.
-.J. B. T/.LBERT.
4 .. -3 3t* 29
Edgefield Imfale Academy,
T IE Exereses of this Institution were resumed
on the first of August.
The same course of Studies hitherto pursued will
The Principal pledges his best efforts to impart
thoroughness of instruction.
J. GREGG LEITNER, PRINCIPAL.
Aug 3, if 29
Horn's Creek Beat Company,
Y OU are hereby commanded to be and appear
at ytour regular parade ground (Eigefield C.
11.) on Saturday tiv 12th inst., armed and equipped
as the law d.rects, for drill and instruction.
By order of Captain RYAN.
Ag 2 2t 29
Look at This,
AND THEN I KNOW YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED!
r llE Subscriber has on hand a large St:..k of
TS iRTINGS aid COTTON OSN A BURGS
which lie is offering for sale at llamhurg Prices, for
Ca-h. M. W. CLARY.
Claryton, Aug 1, 4t 29
Imported Turnip Seed!
SUPPLY of Fresh and Genuine imported
TURNIP SEED, of last year's Crop, viz:
Large White, Flat Dutch, Large Globe, Large
Norfolk, llanover and Ruta Baga Turnips.
Orders from ny South Carolina friends earnestly
sol:citLd. Just received and for sale by
217 Broad street.
Augusta. Aug. 2, 4t 29
COMPLETE assortment of HOMEOPA
Tl mic E:CIl.NEs, comprising all the lead
in articles, both Tincture Dilutions, Frishurations
and Pellets; also, The I lomeopathio Domestic Phy
siecian, a condensed wo: k on the uso of the reme
dies, with their antidotes, &c. For sale by
W31. HAINES, DRUGGisT,
217 Broad Street.
Augusta, Aug 2 4t 29
IN SPLENDID DRY GOODS!
TILIAM 11. CRA\E, Augusta, Georgi.
'I' will sell the remainder of his btock of Sun
mier Goods at
Greatly Reduced Prices!
Those in want w.li do well to give him a call.
LIGIIT SILKS, GRENADIN ES, BERAGES,
PRINTE) J ACON ETS & ItUSLINS,
IANTILIAS & PARASOLS, AT COST!
Augusta, A ug. 3 2t 2
CROCKER & REES,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
Jackson Street, below an: on the "posite side of
Warren's Block, AUGUSTA, GA.
H UE Undersigned wou'd respectfully inform
itheir friends and formier patrons, that they will
remove, ti the 1st September next, to the NEW
and SUBSTANTIAL Fire-Proof Ware
house ,n Jackson Street, below and on the oppo
site of Warren Block.
We w.l give our personal attention to a'l bu-iness
ntrustt.d to our care, as leretofore, and hope to
niterit a continuatce of the tLvor of former patronis.
We are prepared to make, at all times, liberal
ash advances on Produce in Store.
orders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMILY
SUPITLI ES will be carefully tilled, and at the low
ebt muarket price.
J ma tJOUN R. CROCKER,
JOHN C. REES.
Atuausta, Aug. 3, 3m 29
Aiken & Ninety-Six Rail Road,
OFFJoE G. & C. R. I1. COMPANY,
ADnarEvilLE, .l uty 27, lS854.
rJUTE G'reenvile & Coluimiia lIaH Road Comopa
I ny has acceplted the aimnded Charter passed
y the Legislature at its last Sestion, which anontgst
ther thtinigs. Crants to the said Ciomtp:mny thte poe
To' build a la:il Iload from 'sotme point onm the man
rutk of thte G reenvtle attd Colu tibia Rail Rtaid,
est ,,f Saturdi. to thme SouthI Carolitna Rail lIto t,
t or~ East ot A iken"; atnd in accordate th; re.vith,
he I )ire~tiion ha.-ordlered~ . Boiks of Subseription
r ttew Stick iti tlhe capital of thte satid Comapaniy,''
o he eneted by the Cotmmtissioners and at thc pla
ces (espective!y htereina'ter des gn:tted.
Tlhe Cittmmt shitners aire autho' rized anid reqgnested,
n th.. 15ith liv uf .\ngust neixt, tii open Books of
Subsr.ption fur th.-~ purpose aforesaid, atnd toi keep,
lictt open 'or five days. and at thte expiratiotn of
Nt time, w,;thoiut elosing the books, to report to me
the Stemck subser.b -d.
rTe subscription to, be itn shares of Twventy Dol
r eclh, and' the first ittstalbu.ent of One Dollar
per share, to be paid int cas~h or by note at the titme
f subscriing. Stockhoilderg wall have the privilege
f workincg out, ont thte ltiiad, one-half of their Stock.
Greenville-C, J. Elford, E. S. Irvine and E. P,
A tiderson--Daniel Brown, Elijah Webb and
Jthtt P. Henisen.
Do)tnnaldsville--Col. Samuel Donnald, James
~ewrit and A. C. Hawthorn.
Atbeille-Matthew McDontald, Hi. A. Jones and
. H. Wardlaw.
Greenwood-E. R. Calhoun, James Bailey and
ob.'t C. Giltnan.
Niety-Six-R. C. Griffin, Wmn. L. Anderson
nddohtt 1t. Tarrant.
Newbrry-Itobert Stewart, J. M. Ctossen and
ames M. Baxter.
Egetield C. lI.-W. C. Maragne, L. Uill atd
eorg.: A. Addison.
A len's-J. C. A !enDr. Mob'ey, Z. W. Carwile.
Aiken-1B. T. Rogers, A. Coffin, D). F. Flem
Charleston-UI. Gourdin, Jamne S. Bowie, Win.
Columbia--J. P. Southern, Robert Bryce and
By order of the Board. .
T110S. C. PERRIN, President.
Aug2, St 29
STATE OF SOUTH'l CAROLINA,
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
Sam.~ E. Bowers.
DY Virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa. in the fore
Igoinig case, I shmll proceed to sell on Fri
day the 18th inst.. at thte Store of the Defendatnt,
ii'te Tow.. of Hatniburg, otte Can of Limp
ill, (69 Gallonts. more or less, and one Catn of
Litd seecd Oil. 386 gallons. more or less, levied
tt as the property of the Defendatnt.
Terms Cash. LEWVIS JONES, S. E. D.
Aug 2, 3t 29
Last Notice !
A LL Persons who were indebted to the late D.
ISmith, at the time of his death, by Note or
Ac'eunt, are earnmestly requested to settle the same
y th'e 1st Monday in September next, .aft-r which
time all unsettled deminuds will be put ip suit.
J. P. MICKLER, . ,
Aug3 5t 29
T HE First Session of these Instituttions will close
with the p resent inonth. -The Second Session
will begin the l ith .July,. at whieh time it is desired
al candidates for admission will be present.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
June 26, 154.tf 24
Final Notice !
T HE late Firm of WILLIA MS & CHRiSTIE.
Ihaving beetn dissolved, circumstancees require
that the debts be eollected untd the busiuess be closed
up without delay.
Notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to
the Concern that longer.indulge'nce CANNOT be
given, as Meiney is wanted an'd MUST be collected
to meet the demanids agatinst the concern.
All notes and accounts not settled by the first
day of September next, will be put into the hands
of n Attorntey or Magistrate for collection, unless
satisfactory arrangements are made previous to that
tme. Thle notes and accounta enn be found in the
hands of ir.E. Penn, at the old stand of Williams
& Christie, who is duly authurised to settle the same.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
I HAVE on hand a larg as.ortment of Ladies'
Dress Goods, Tr..pin.gs, Mantels, &o., com
prising Silks. Plain and Printed liareges, Tissues,
Organdies, Grenadines, Muslins, &c., which I wish
to close out with the season. I will sell them at
prime cost for CASH, or for a very small advance
oil cost to regular time customers.
W. P. BUTLER,
No 1, PARK Row.
Edgefield C. TI., July 13. tf 26
New Goods at Low Prices,
LIBERTY HILL, S. C.
T HIE Subscriber respectfally announces to the
public that he has now on hand at Liberty
Hill, an ENTIlELY NLEW and FASIIIUNA
BLE S Stock (of
Hardware, Hats and Caps,
A xo A VAaRIETY OP OTHER VALUADI.r GooDs,
All (if which he will sell at EXTREMELY LOW
PRICES, a1d on as accommodating terms as any
other 11ouse in the country. Give him a call.
W M. B. GRIFFI N.
.June 12, 3m 22
T HE Subscriber takes this method of tendering
his thanks to the inhabitants of Edgefield Vil
lage and the surrouniding country, for the liberal
patronage hitherto extended to him. and by which
he is enabled to continue his busiiess at the Corner
Store, next to the Crroliia 1 lotel. where he still
keeps a GEN ER AL ASSORTMENTr of
10 2 Y T@ 0 D M S
Bonnets, Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c., &c.
11e has a FULL SUPPLY of the above articles,
which lie respectfully invites the Puhic to exanmiie
before purchasinii elsewhere. Ilis Stuck has been
carefully SELECTE) from the largest and licnp
est liousr-s in New York, and Will he sIld at REA
SONABLE PLOFITS FUR CASINl
Edgefield C. 11., May 11 tf 17
r TIE Tickets for W. A. IIAnnis' BEAUTIFUL
RESIDENCE, in the Village of Edgelield,
are it i!l yet taken. They can be had of WM P.
BUrLER, Dr. A. G. TEAGeE and M. LiEDEsCuLTz,
at Edaefield C. 11. Tickets $1.
July 6 tf 25
FI 8 kS
Patent Metalic Burial Cases!
T11 ESE valuable a'r-tight and indestrue:ible Ca
Ises. for protecting and pre-erving the Dead for
ordinary int.-rinent. for vault.4, for tsaisportation, or
for any other desirable purpose. are offercd for sale
in this Village, cheap fur Cash, by
J. M. WITT.
July 27 if 28
BUT CHERIN Go
T 11l' Subscriber Likes this oecaion to infirm
his tustoliers that lie will, for the month< of
July and August, furnish them guond FAT BEEF,
on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
norningzs, and also ont Saturday evenings when so
lie will, also, furnih them with fine, fat, tender
LAMBS and S110TES on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday nionings, or oftener if- desired.
W. W. GOODIMAN.
An Actual Fact!
LL Persons indebtel to me for 1leef or Mutton,
A are requ-sted to make immediate pavimnnt, as
it is impo.s:ble for moe to get either without the
iCash. Therefore all those who .ire in arrears must
pay upforthiwith, or cease seningiit to MAltrket witht
the expectaltion of getting thi-ir wants suippiled-.
W. WV. GOOQ).\AN.
July 13 4t 26
A RARE CHANCE!
Lumber-Dry Lumber for Sale.
r jli1l ls ub-criber offers. for sale at lhis,~t M. two
.1 iies Southi-et oft the l'iune lionse. on'- of the
FIN RsT LO'S of SE.\$ON l~IJLMUJERt in the
country. which lie wi~ I sell v-.-ry laiw.
Of Those ini want of Lumnber will do wecll to
hand in their bdh!s early.
JTuly 27 t 28
Land for Sale !
T H E Subscriber,.desiriouw of iiiovine WVest, offers
for sal-, on reas'onabl. enus, his VA A A 13l.,ls
TR-\CT OF L.\NI>, situated about seven mcas
West ot' Edgfiehml C. II.. imminediately .oii the A b
beville Road-thie Edg~ehield & Chieathiaim Plank
Riad wilt also paiss itrughi the preies. Thi<
Tract contains Four 11lundred atid Fifty-thiree Aeres,e
all of which is well adapted to the enitivation oh
Corn,.Cotton andl small grain. If not sold p:-i rately 11
before the first .\on'tiy iin October next, it will thent
be sold at Edlgefield C. 1I., at public outcry. An
opportunity to any one wishing to get a bargain ist
WAYNE M. C. FURtGUSON.
Jluly 27 tfi 2S
FRaS-r Dmvirox.SOTr CAROLINA MiLiTrA, e
A bbe ville, June 20, 1854. 5
The following Rlegiments will parade for drill ail i
review t the timhes and l.laes specitied below, viz:
The 10th Rleginent of Infantry at Rechardson'se
on Thursday the 27th of Jluiv next.
The'7th detgimneit of Infant'ry at the1' Old Wells,"
on Saturday the 291th of July niext.
Th le 9th Rmegi:nent uif lmfaiitry at Lowe's on Tues
day thme 1st of August next.
The 2d Itegin.int oif Caivalary at Longmitre's on.
Thur-day the 3dl of August n-xt.
Trhie 8th Regiment oif Inr'hntry at " Morrow's Old
Fied," on Saturdaiy the 5ith of A ugust next.
The 6th Rtegimient _of infatntry at Loimax's, on
Tuesday the 8th of Augu--t next. -
The 4th Regiment of infanitry at Haney's, on I
Thursday the 10th of. August next.
The 42d Rtieimet of ifantry, at Minton's on
Satuday the 12th of August next.
TIte 2d Reginment.of luifintry dt Hall's, on Tues
day the I15th of August next.
Thle 5th Regiiment of Infantry at Hutnter's, on
Thursday the 1ith iof A ugust next.
Trhe 1st Regiment* of Cavalry at Pickensville, on
Saturday the 19th of August tiext.
The 3d Rtegiinent of Infanitry at Toney's Old
Store, on Tuesday the 22d of August next.
The 1st Regimient of Infntry at Bednton's, on
Thursday the 24th of A untust next.
The commissioned and iion -coimmissioncd Offieers
will assemble the day previous at the pleep of ren
dezvous of their respective Regiments, for drill and
The Brigadier Generals will,,.each with his staff,
attend the Reviews in their seperate commuands, and
are charged with the extension of this order.
By order of
Major General McGOWAN.
Jons C. Sr~turs, Div. A dj. General.
July 6 if 25
F ROM the Subscriber's planiation two Negro
men, A RChlY and J ACKSON-the foimner
is a very likely young fellow, about 22 years ofr age,
bright dark complexion, abiout 5 feet S inches high,
well made and active. Thme latter is blinek and well
made, about 5 feet 6 inches high, and talks rather
thik. le formerly behonged ti Mu'rs. loor, and has
a motmher at. Mr. Bamusktt's mill pla.ce, near Aiken.
They were both seen there on Frnidaty, the 14th inst.
Any one securing them will be rewarded.
F. W. PICKENS.
July 27 tf 28
Rags and Beeswax Wanted.
W ANTJRD One hundred Thlousand Pounds
of each. R. L. GENTRY.
m...r... Api 0, nfe 4
FOR YOUNG LADIE-S.
Rev. C. A. RAYflON1lD, Principal
82 PUPILS HAVE ENTERED SiNCE 1TH OF JAN'Y.
'I HE SUMMER Session will commence on
.Monlay. April 24th.
The Academical building consisting of eight
commodious Rooms is finbly furnished with every
thing necessary to secure.the most rapid advance
ment of the Pupils. In this respect we do not think
greater advantages can be anywhere enjoyed. The
prescribed course of Studies is so arranged, that if
the Pupils remain lomg enouigit th e Insttution tu
pursue it regularly, they can hardly fal of acquirmg
a liberal and finished education: and in the Extra
course a thorough knowledge of the fine arts.
Pupils can enter at any. time, and if near the
middle or close of-the Sirision, are charged but
from the time of entriance. Al buch deductions
however date from the close of the seaond week of
that Session. Loss of time from sickness if of more
than two weeks is also deducted.
The Rates of Tuition are conferined to those of
other Institutions of the same grade. Payments are
to be made at the close of each Session. The fol
lowing list includes all
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiate Department..............$15 00
Academic do ...............12 00
Primary do ... .$7 00 and $5 00
Pupils using the Philosihical Apparatus, are
charged Extra $2,00 per Session. And all Pupils
ure charged 50 ets each, a Session, for contingencies.
Music....................... $18 00
French........................ 8 00
Drawing....................... 8 00
Oil Painting........-.... -..-15 00
There is no charge for use of Piano. Pupils prac
tiing at the institute are however charged S1, each
session, to pay for keeping the Pianos in tune.
Board, with washing,. lights and fuel $10 per
There are no other extra charges, except for
Books and Music sold.
R. T. MTIMS,
S. F. GOOl)E,
E. PENN, Trustees
G. A. ADDISON,
A. SIMKINS. I
April 5 tf 12
Medical College of Georgia.
I '1E Twenty-third Course of Lectures in this
f institution will commence the FIR:$T MON
DAY j November next.
Anatomv-G. M. NEWTON. N. D.
Surgery-L. A. DIJGAS, 51. D.
Cheiidstry and Pharmacy-ALEX. MEANS,
A bteria IMledicn, Therapeutics and Medical Juris
rudence-l. P. GARVIN, M. I).
Obstetries and Diseases of Women and Infants
J. A. EVE, Ml. 1).
Plysoloay and Pathological Anatomy-fl. V. M.
tili.ER, Ml. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine-L.D. FORD.
Comparative and Microscopic Anatomy-H. F.
3AM'BPELL, NI. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy-R. CAMPBELL,
Clinical Lectures will be delivered regular!y at the
:t Hospital,anid ample opportunities will be afford
ed for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Fees for the entire Course..........$105 00
Matrienlation Ticket (to be taken once) 5 00
For further particulars, apply to
G. M. N EWTON, Dean.
Augusta, July 8th, 1854. 2!n 27
[T AVING chunged owners, -and the present
.i.rm wli, in a few days, have two run of lurs
exe-lient cgrder for grinding wheat; and they will
ave also, an excel ent pair of granite Stones for
:rinding enn. and it can bu 'groiund at all times in
is turn. The suliscribers flatter themselves tlat
his new arrigeient will be of some conveniened to
ie public, amid we would msk for a continuaneo of
ie very liberal p.atronage.whichm the Mills lave
lere'(oere received, only soulong as we may merit
Persons wishing to engage tm, will please do so
athme evening of each day,.as it is the intention of
lie pa esenit okiiers to grmund in thle d:ay-time only,
Scept in case of necessit.y or great press.
REUBEN LYESRAM ..
July 13 tf 26
Near the Georgta Rail Road Depot,
TIL build to order all kinds of light CAR
SV RI.\GES, WAGONS. BUGGIES, &c.,
mn the most accommodatiing terms, and will keep
ni hand a sima~ll stock of the above articles, which
e will as sell lowr, or lower, than any other shop in
O R EPA IRING (lone at short, notice and on
Le most reausonable terms.
. B.-A small Stock of Buggies, Tiarners,
Tmbrells, &c., will be kept on hatnd by Mr. F. M.
JIno.AS, Agent, at Edgefield C. H~.
May 4, 3m 16
IANO-FORTES, B00KS, MUSIC, &c,
TIlE Subscribers would called at
tention to their Splendid assortmient of
P IA NO F O RT)E ,
)f 6, 6, ( and 7 Octavos from the celebrated
laiufaories of ltscoN & RaveS, UiAzET-oN &
inos. and A. II. GALE & Co., of New York.
'hese are made from the best and thoroughly sea
'ned materials, with all the latest improvements,
md are A AR R A NTED to stand the. various
hages of this climate--anid for~ equalhty and sweet
Their 11OOK and ST.\TIONER1Y department
onsists of a good asuiom tmient of
School and lYiscellanleous Books,
and all the Cheap literature, as soon as published,
s well as a large anud well selected Stock of Sta
Their Stock of PRINTED) MUSIC is' the largest
t thme State, conusistinug of all the popular Songs,
Vultzes, Marches, Variatiotis, &c.
ET Nw-Mu'ic received every week.
-Te~y also keep an elegant assortment of tho fol
uwiag'instrunmnts (in hand viz:
(olins, Guitars,~Violincellos, Clari
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
-ENOR HORNS, FLUTINA S, FLAGE0O.ETS, BANJOS
Also, an assortment of Musical Merchandize,
E7 Atn assortment of superior Violin and Glui'tar
'TRINGS, always omn hand.
All the abtve articles wtill be sold for Cash or
rood paper, by G EO. A. OA TES & B ROS.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 9, tf 42
Beautiful Residence for Sale !
- TIlE Undersigned, Agent for the
S Distributees of the Estate of the late
3 Thoma~s 11. Loveless, (who are all of
age) offers for salo the TR ACT OF
A N D) on which the said Thos. IH.Loveless resided
it the time of his death, situted on the Columbia
toad about six milestromi Edgefleld C. H., contain
ng, Three hlundred acres, miore or less.*
The lands will be sold for division, upon terms
'avorable to purchasers.JONC OEES
une22 tf 23
To the Stockholders of the Edgejield Odd
Fellows' and Masonic Building Associa
GENTLEMEN: You will come forward and
pay to .1as. B. Sullivan, Treasurer, or A. Ramsey.
A gent, the Thmird instalnent of 10 per cent. on your
Bioek. And thoso who hiave given their Notes for
hhe First and Second Instalments, are earnestly re
:juested to take them up, as we mred money to have
lie work advanced. Please respond early.
.A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
June o2 tr 22
Jk H. EEW B.Y & C 0.,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
M. NEWBY & CO., under U. S. Hotel. Augusta, Ga., are now receiving the LARGEST,
. BEST and MOST FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT of
SPRING AND SUMMER READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Ever offered in the City of Augusta. In addition to which, we are weekly receiving FRESH
SUPPLiES from our 11ouse in New York. We also keep constantly on hand a large Stock of
YOUTH'S- AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Al.so, a full assortment of FURNISHING ARTICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
ggr Country Merchants and all persons visiting Augusta will find it to their interest to
examine our Stock, as we are determined to offer our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
Augusta, April 3. 1854. tf 12
FELIX E. BODIE,
War Tax Collector
M. B. WHITTLE,
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
R. B. HOUKNIGHT,
TIIOS. G. BACON.
11. T. wRirHT,
JOHN w. S.IIIH,
W. F. DURISOE,
GEO. E. HENDY, E sq.
T TIE Subscribers take great pleasure in recom
iumending this gentleman as a
Stone Cutter and Mffill Dresser!
Ie cuts beautiful MILL STONES at hii Quary on
Cloud's Creek, and Mill owners would do well to
ive him a trial. E. P. & J. ABNEY.
Iiggins' Ferry, S. C.
A NY Person wishing their Mill Stones Dressed
. or Wated, can address the Unlersigned at
Norrisville P. 0., Edgetield District,.S. C., and lie
will with pleasure give them prompt attention.
G. E. IHENDY.
Norrisville P. 0., May 29, if 20
DR. A. G. TEAGUE respectfully informs
his friends and citizens of Edgefield generally,
thate has just re-eived a LARGE ADDIlTION
to his already extensive Stock of fresh and genuine
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
His Drugs are carefully examined by himself, and
all that are found worthless, rejected; and those
that are approved may be relied on as efficient and
of uniform action.
ALL of his Medicinal Compounds, Tinctures.
Pills, Ointments, &c.. &c., are put up under his
own supervision and in strict accordance with the
United States Dispensatory.
From his long and extensive experience in the
practice of Medicine, he has maide several Coin
pounda of his own, not to be found in the Dispensa
tory, viz:-A Prepnration for the CROUP, which
e has used extensively for eighteen Years, and re
cmmends with contidetce: a V ER.llF UG lE, safe
and eflicient; and many other Compounds wh;eh
e makes extemporaneous!y to fulfil the indications
in each particular case for which it is usel.
It would require more space than could be ob.
tained in a Newspaper to give a Catailogue of the.
Drugs, Medicines and Chemic.ls kept and sold by
him-suflice it to say, lie can furnish a Physician's
Office CO.l PLETE. with Physick and Furniture.
le hns added to his former Stwck some of the
most reliable Veg--tabie extracts, viz: '()])OPIIIL
,IN, SILLINGINE, LEPTANDRIN, &c.
r-7 Planters and families can be supjlied with all
Medicines necessary in a fhmily-and when desired,
irections put tip with eaeh article.
All oof the most reputab!c NOSTRUMS may be
round in his Establishment. Also,
Candies, Kisses, Sngar Plims and
ALSO, FINE WINES AN]D BRANDY,
for Medicinal purposes.
Perfuniery of his own and Northern make,
hard to heat.
SOAPS.-A large and extensive variey.
CANDLES,-Wax, Sperui and Adamantine.
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs,
WINDOW ULASS, PUTTY, VARNISIES, &c.
lR USHES.-Marking, Sash, Tool, Paint, Grain
ing, Tooth, Nail, Flesh, Crumb, Shoe, Ihorse and
ENCLS-Camel's and Sable Unir, large size.
nd last though not least, the fnest Il A(R BRLUSI
ES ever offered in the place, of various patrons
Dressing an~d extra fine QOMBS,
UST ING BRUS HE S,-An excellent article.
APER-Fools Cap and Letter Paper, common
OTE PAPER-Various sizes and fan'y styles,
'NVELOPES-Co.mmon Buff, Pain White aud
Fancy Note Envelopes,
N, P ENS, PENCILS AND CR AYONS,
Osborne's A merican Water Calours.
Guam Elastie Balks-Solid, Illow and
Fine,-Parlor Balls for the Ladies, inviting them
to exercise within doors, when the weather is
ton inelemment to be out..
May 18 tf 1S
Edgefield Mfale Academy.
flls institution is opened for* another year unde~r
L the cuntrol of Mr. J. GREGG LElTNER,
ur last yeatr's Teachier.
The experience of a twelvcemonth has fully satis
fed us tha;t no more competent young genitlenman
n be found in the State than the one now at the
ead of our Academy: The best proof of this i'
the general satisfaetion given by him last year,
acked by the additiotnal fact thamt his School, at the
termination of its first week for the second year,
numbered 43 Pui~ils.
The Trrustee~s desire to assure the Public that
their united efforts will be given to the -cause of
their School, and a continued and complete supervi
son will be exercised by thenm over its progress.
Mr. LErrNER will in a short timnejprocure a first
rate Assistant, and atny number short of four score
can then be well attended to.
The Building is in comforta'ole condition, having
three large fire-places (one in each of the larger
roms,) and being well supplied with convenient
tables and arm-chairs of the best finish.
Once more we appeal to the people of Edgefield
and the adjoining Districts; for their encouragement
or our earnest endeavors to establish a first rate
For the Classical Department, per annum,.. $30.00
" ligrher Eng. " " " .. .32,00
" '! Ordinary " "' " " ..-.26,00
Capitol boarding to be had in pleasant families.
JOIIN LIPSCOMB, ,1
A RTHUR SIMKINS, I
GEO. A. ADI)ISON,
LEWIS JONES, I 2
R. T. MIMS. )
Jan 11 tf 52
B Y Virtue of an Order from H. -T1. Wright,
)Ordinary of Edgefield District, I shall pr"
cd to sell at my restidence, one mile below tht
Pine House. on daturday the 5th day of Angtlst
next, all the Estate ot Vann Swearengin dee'd.
onsisting of four negroe.5, one tract of land,
ontaining one hundred and fifty (150) acres,
ore or less, hounded by lands of R. T. Mime,
.. R. Wever snd others, on a credit of twelve
months. Purchasers will be required to give
notes with amwple security before the delivery of
anMPo hrY SWEARENGIN, Executrix.
.t,y 13 At 26
Rich and Beautiful Goods
AT THE NEWW AND ELEGANT DRY GOODS STORE OF
WARD & BURCHARD,
Orrosrrs MASONI IIALL, AUGUSTA, GEOURGIA.
W E are now receiving our SPRING AND
SUMMER supplies of
Rich and Elegant Dry Goods,
Selected with much care in all the Northern Mar
kets. and we take great pleasure in inviting the at
tention of all in want of FAMILY SUPPLIES,
feeling assured that we can offer the best bargains
to be found in Augusta,
in elezant Spring SILKS, Rich Wedding SILKS,
Organdies. Tissues, Bareges, French Jaconets,
Lawns, laek, Brocade Silks.
Also. one of the largest Stocks of high Lustred
Black ITA LIA N SILKS,-the most elegant Goods
ever offl'red in Augusta.
New and beautiful Parisian PLAIDS, in Silk and
other Fabrics, with rich combination of Colors, in
cluding the gay, the grave, the rich, the elegant
EM3ROIDERIES of every description,-nnd in
fact every other kind of Dry Goods suitable for
Ladiej amit Children's wardrobes.
SHAWLS OF EVERY KIND.-In this De
partinent will be found some of the most elegant
Embroidered Crape SHAWLS, ever exhibited
South of the Ptitomac.
NIOU RNING GOODS in great variety.
American, Elnglish and French CALICOS and
GINGI I A31 -
IHOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-As
Irish Linen, Linen Shecetings, lillow Case Linen
and Cotton, Table Damask, Napkins, Towellings,
Augusta SIIEETINGS and SHIRTINGS, Cot
ton OSNA BURGS and Georgia STRIPES at the
g Our Goods will be offered at a small ad
vance upon the original cost, for CASIh, wholesale
and retail. They will be shown freely, represent- I
ed fairly, and submitted to the unbiassed judgement I
of the purchaser. J
W Orders accompanied with the' money will
have our prompt attention, and the exercise of our
WARD & BURCHARD.
Augusta, March 27 tf 11
Ladies' Mourning Goods,
W ILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., has
rece.ved fron New York a full supply of
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS, among which
Lupin's Plain Black CTALLY, of the best quality ;
Lupin's Black Summer BOMBAZINES, of beau
tiful styles ;
Plain Black BAREGES and MARQUISSE, of ex
tra quality ;
Plain Black Barege DELAINES;
Plain Black GRI:NADINES, an elegant article
for 1lourning Dresses;
Mourning M USLINS and LAWNS, in a great va
riety of styles ;
Mourning GINGHIAMS, of superior styles and
Superior lilk. ALPACAS and Canton CLOTHS;
Superior Eng!islh ]!aek CRAPES, for Veils and
Blk. Love, Lisle and Crape VEILS, some of extra
Ladies' Minurning Cambric and Lawn HAND
Lailies' Mourning FANS and PARASOLS, of
beauti''ul styles -
To all of which the attention of the public is re
lay 26tf 19
FIRsT BRIOADE CAVALRY, S. C. I.
ORDER NO. 2. -u
I A HIE tilowing Regiments of Cavalry will pa
-1 rade for drill and review, at the timesad -(
places specifiel below.
The 21 Regineit of Cavalry at Longmires (not
at Mlount Vernon) on Thursday the 3d of August
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry at Smith's Store, on r
Saturhav the 19th if August next.
The Oonmm<isioned anti Non-Commissioned offi
cers will appear at the places above stated in their
respective legiments the day previous, for drill and o
instruction. By order of -
S. NI. WILKES,
Maj. Gen. 1st Brigade Cavalry, S. C. M.
J. V. 51ooaE, lrigade Mlajor.
.Ju~y 13 tf 20
AGNEW, FIsHER & AGNEW,
NEWBERRY 0. H., S. 0.,
131PORTERS & DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, P A IN T S OILS,
Window Gla s,
Groceries, Dry Go'ods, &c,, j
A nd Buyers of Cotton ,and country produce.
I"'Planters visiting this .Market will find it
greatly to their audvanntage by giving us a call.
AGNEW, FISH1ER &c AGNEW.
Newberry C. IL, A pril 13, tf 13
S- The A bbevillc Banner will please copy four
Summer Dry .Goods!
WIL LIAIIJ SHEAR,
.AUGUSTA, GA., '.
IAS now'in Store a very full and complete as
-Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Embracing the latest styles of Ladies' DRESS
GOOD)S, and comnprising almost every article re
qired for family or plautation use. New Goo~ds
will be received through the season by the Newt
York Steamers', and the assortment kept complete.
Thme public is respectfully invited to call and ex
aminme the assortment.t
May 26 tf - 19
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
SA MUEL SIIA RPTON, who is in the custody
of thme Sheriff of Edgehield District, by virtuer
of a WVrit of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit
of .lohun Cethran, having filed in my Office. together I
with, a Schedule oni oath of his estate and effects, his
petitiomn to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that
he many be admitted to the benefit of thme Acts of tho
Generaml Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent
debtors, It is Ordered, that the said ,John Cothran,
and all the other Creditors to whom the said Samuel
Sharptonm is in any wise indebted, be and they are a
hereby summnoned and have notice to appear before s
the said Court. at Edgefield C. HI., on Tuesday the
third day of October next, to show cause if any they
can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid should'
not be granted. . T. G. BACON, c. c. p.
,Clerk's Office, Jluly 5,1854. 13t 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
' N COMMON PLE AS.
S .EATON MOULTRIE, who is in the custody
of the Sheriff of Edgefield Distriet, by virtue
of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit
of Rt. M. Fuller, having filed in my Office, together
witth a Scd ule on ottth, of his estate and effects,
his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying
tat he may be admlttd -to the-bene'ft of the Acts
of the General Assembly made for thie relief of in
solvent debtors, It is Ordered, that the said R. M.
Fuller, and all the other Credit'ors to whom the saiA
Seaton Moultrie is in aun anywise indebted, be and
they are hereby summoned and have notice to ap- 4
pear before the said Court,. at Edgefield C. H., on
Tuesday the 3d day of October next, to show cause,)
if any~tthey can, 'why the prayer of the petition
aforesaid should not be granted.
-THIOS. 0. BACON, c. cr.
Crk's Onfce .Ju1y 5. 1854. I-3t 25
Cheap Goods I
TIIE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends
and the publ'c generally that he has on hand,
it the Store formerly occupied by WILLAms &
HnaisTIEr, a Stock of
Desirable and Seasonable*Goods,
Which he will sell VERY LOW FOR CASH I
hey have been put in his hands on sale on such
erms as will enable him to sell them at COST, and
nany of them considerably UNDER COST.
All those who desire to purchase good' bargains
vill do well to call and examine the Stock.
April27 tr 15
New Goods! New GoOdsI!
T HE Subscriber wo814 respectfully Invite attett
tion to his Stock of
SPRING &, SUMMR GOODS!
t is one of the LARGEST and BEST that he has
wer had the pleasure of of'ering for sale. For the
Ladies he has
PLAIN, FIG'D and PLAID SILIi,
BAREGE DE LAINES,
SILK TISSUES, 4 -
MUSLINS AND LAWRS,
FINE WORKED COLLARS & H'KFS.
CHIEMISEETS & SLEEVES, .
WHITE & BLACK LACE MANTILLAS.
rogether with the above, he has a fine assortment a
Groceriest Crockery, Hardware,
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, 4c.
All of which will be sold at moderate prices.
0 A liberal discount always allowed for Casli.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. H., March 15, tf 9
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
risges of every description. They also keep
m hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
W All orders promptly attended to, and- Re
airing neatly exceuted.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 18 tf 1 /
Soda Wate r.
DR. A. G. TEAGUE respectflly Informs the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgefield Village
ind vicinity, that his Soda Water Aparatus' is in
ine condition : and, he is drawina at his Counter,.
he MOST DELICIOUS SODA WATER. He doetnot
vish you to pke his word for'it, butcome and try iL
0T The Ladies shall be waited on 'promptly and
eceive special attention when they visit him.
May 18 tf -8
House and Sign Painting!
HE Subseribers-having formed themselves into
a Co-partnership, respectfully inform the citi
ens of Edgefield District, that they are now pro
ared to do all business entrusted to them in the
PaIntingp Gildingl ivarbing, k.,
n all its various branches, and upon the most rea
0T All letters addressed to them at Edgefield.
1. II:, will ieceive prompt attention.
They may )e found in the Painting Room of Mr.
Vrr-'s Furniture Establishment.
Reference.-41r. JonM LE39H and Mr. JoiN
VImS. .. 'C. H. LUCAS,
A. A. PAUL.
March 8 tf 8
F. M. 10CBO L A S,
BEG EAVEto inform the citizens of Edge
field District that he has on. hand a small lot 6
Choice Buggies I
Iso. Some that he'ean sell as LOW as ONE
JUNDRED DOLLARS, and -others at moderate
rices. Persons wishing such articles would do well
) give him a call before purchasing clsewhere, as
ic can give them better bargains than can they gcs
his side of New York.
June 8, tf 21
Land for Sale.
F HE Subscriber intending to move offers for sale
his VALUJA BLE PLANTATION, containing
Five Hundred and Fifty-six Acres,
.ying on the head waters of Sleepy Creek, and
rithin one and a quarter miies of J. Dorn's Stean
1i11. Two 1lundre~d and fifty acres of the above
'ract is cleared, under good tenciuig, well watered,
aid in a high state of cultivation, about half having
een reccntly opened. It is well suited to the growth
fCorn, Cotton and small grain.
On the~premnises arc a comfortable Dwelling House,
iin Hlouse and Screw, New Negro llouses, and
ll necessary otut buildings. Also, an excellent Well
f water in the yard.
There are also on the premises one of the finest
Irehards in the Distriet,'embracing several varieties
rfruit trees. A. G. TURENER.
June 1 tf 20
F TE Trustees of Blethany Academy take pleAk
1ure in annaouneing to the public, that their
chool will be opened for the reception of Student.
a the 2nd Monday in January 185.4, under the su
ervision of the well known and successful Instrue
,r, Win. M. IIF.ATu, Esq.
Rates of Tuition the same as those charged by
ie former Rector, Mr. GALPHNw.
Board can be obtained in the most respectable
Inmilics on reasonable terms and convenient to tlie
ichool. WILEY HARRISON,
-Da. S.F. STEVENS,
G. J. SHEPPARD. - J
Dec 21 ly 49'
.00,000 Feet of Lumber for Bale
AT my MILLt' on Edisto River, ten- miles Fist
.of Edgefield C. H.,uand fourmiles below Lott's
.0O. I have several hundred acres of heavy tim
cred line land, that has never been picke-d over,
ut of which the J3EST OF LUMBER can be
twed. There are* splendid roads leading to and
rom the Mills.
I also have a splendid pair of Stones of Mr. G.E.
Iendy's'eut, which make ELEGANT MEA L.
Any person wifrhing Lumber will be supplied at
he lowest prices-Meal ground with promptness
ad despatch. l am S'awing and Grinding daily.
June 12, 2mn 22
P PLICATION will be made at the Legisla
ture at its next Session, by sundry creditors of
he late Henry Shultz, to amend the Charter of the
tuggsta Bridge to Jones & Kennedy, as to require
he tolls received by them to be divided among al
he Creditors, instead of prefering the present hol
era of the Charter.
Hamburg, June 5 - .f '21
ALL'Persons anywise indebted to the Estate of
t.John WVise, dee'd., ase hereby requested to
make immediate settlement, and those having do
mands against said Estate will pleaso render in their
ecounts forthwith, properly attested, according to
SW. SIDN EY WISE, Exos
B. H. MILLER. **"
Oct 26 tf'
SLL Persons indebted to the Estate of M. E.
.HlollIingsworth, dec'd., up to the time of his.
eath, are requested to make imaaediate payinent,
nd those having demands against aid Estate will
resent them properly attested.~
D.- F. HOLLINGS WORTH, Adm'or.
Mar 29 tf 11
IACnAf PLASTERING LATHS, four
a UJg UU and fouir and ahl ett o
ale low..A pply at Plank Road Mill, 10 miles abome
hamburg, or'to c. H. A. KENRICK.
Hlambui-g, April 3 tf 1,9
JUST! received a supply of CHOICE BACON
SIDES, SHOULDERS and h AMS, for sule
~heap for Cash. . G. L.:PENN, Aossr.
May 4 tf . .. 16.
.UST Received direet-from the Feetery, Thitty
) Boxes .CHEWING TOBACCO,. comprising
rour Choice Brands, viz: Honer Dew, 9ronoo,
Extra and Preimium. For asle lby the Bo, of at
eteil at LOW PRtICES. 1pon't fall to caland~
ample before buying elsewhere.. -..
G. L. PENN, Aozat.
Oct 26 - t 41