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THE Subscriber ir taken:the
)4 Planters Water Proof
WawieHouse,'foinerly occupied byMrJoels
Uea, Sr.,'-and b ai~iet Etfention . .tbasenbss he
hopes to merit :a lr J iar e-of .jI *trb eof
the generous public of the upper tOotpr
ing Districts. . -
The Ware House is above hIgh water mark, sad
more secure from Fire than any other Ware House
I will.lso attend to receiviqg 'sd forwarding
Goods, &c., intrusted tomy e Ere.
C. Hi. KENNEY.
Hamburg.ept rdt,-1855. - tf .34
*r Independent Press will copy one montr and
forward account to C. II. K.
BACON,- LARD, &'c.
.-.rT HE sORE OF
4O~HHDS -Rbed INE BACON SIDES,
30,000 lbs. Tennessee Clean .do
3,000 lbs. Tenn. HAMS andSROULDERS.
-.5,000 lbs. Choice Leaf LARD..in kegs and bble.
50 bbls. No 3 and 4 MACKEREL.
Half bbls and.kiteNo I. .. do
100 bbls. Choice N. O. MOLASSES.
)5 llhds: Prine Cuba do
1,000 Sacks SALT.
J 00 Boxs. Sperm and Adamantine CANDLES
.S0 Boxes Jackson & Linkoln's No. I SOAP.
10 Boxes Kendals improved :Chemical Olive
-A few Tons Peruvian GU4NO.
Ageneral assortment of Groceries, consisting of
BAGGING AND ROPE, SUGAR AND COFFEE,
MOLASSES, HICE, FLOUR,
Lime, pldster, Sole Leather,
Gun and Blasting Powder,
SHOT, IRON, &c., &c.
- For sale by J. SIBLEY & SON
Hamburg; Sept 3 8t 34
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE!
T 1I E Subscriber ofrers for sale the TRACT OF
L AND whereon he now resides, situated about
treur miles South of Edgefield C. H., containing
Near Six Hundred Acres,
'With all necessary improvements.
Come and witness the present crop, and all will
'be convinced as rega'rds the fine quality of the land,
-and its adaptation -to the cultivation of cotton, corn
.and smadl grain. I wrill' be pleased to show the
.]and to any oneesiring to purchase.
L. S. JOUNSON.
Sept 5 . tf 34
Land for Sale?
BY consent of the parties interested, I will pro
. .eed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on Saleday in
November next, the TIACT OF LAND on which
Isaac Bell, dec'd., lived at the time of his death on
'Turkey Creek, containing
.Oner Hundred and Sixty-Nine Acres,
more er.less, bounded by Lands of Dr. R. T. Slims,
Rev. D. D. Brunson and others.
Tass.-On a credit until the 1st day of .Otober
1856. Perchaders giving notes with ample security.
* . The Lands will be shown Ly application to
the Subscriber, and will certainly be sold, unless
. prchased privatelyk before the above time.
JAMES. M1. BELL.
..Sept5 tf 34
Public Sale of Land !
* TILL be s'old to the highest bidder on the 25th
VTday of October next, near Cambridge, at
*the late residence of Mrs. El~izabeth Todd, dee'd.,
-The Tract of Land
belonging to her Estate, containing FOUR UN
D)RE. ad TWENTY-SEVEN ACRES; about
One hudred and seventy-five of which is in woods ;
the balamee being under fence, and in. a gouod state
or cultivation. On the premises there is a
Comf'ortable Two Story Dwelling,
With Six Rooms, each having a fire-place-a new
Gin House, and.all necessary ant-buildings. The
Tract is watered by several excellent Springs, and
it is a place on which Gine ihealth is enjoyed.
The Land is well adapted to the culture of Cot
ten, Cosn, he~at and Oats.
*1C- Anyperson wishing to- bay Land in this
section of country wfll do well to examine this Tracet
before the day of sale.
The Laud will be sold on a er-edit of one and two
years. The Purchaser will be required to give
notwe and two approved securities.
J. McCRACKEN~, -'ir
P.11. EDDINS . '~
Sept 5.~ .St . 34
Lan'd fo r S ale;'
T HE Subscriber of'ers for sale his VA LUA BLE
.PLANT AT[ON, lying on Cua'y Town Creek,
three mile~s Notrh-East of Liberty 11ill, containing
Three Hundred &r Seventy-fve Acres,
One hundred ad twenty-five acres cleared-all
fresh and in a high state or cultivation. . This land
-is wvell adapted to Corn, Cotton and smnall Grain.
7The present erop will c.ompare faivorable with any
,Those desirous to buy land would .do well to come
anid'ok at it, as i~t is located favorably for raising
stock and oth.6radvantages.
This~Tret is-healthy, well-waterecd and conveni
ently 'located.. tselan
I am determined tosladwill sell A GREAT
-BARG AIN to an approved purehaser.
. For further particulars,,enquire of Mr. Jas
-Shieppard and W. WV. Adams, Esq.. at Edgefield
C. H~:or-t the Undersigned . G AK~
Sept 5 '. --'t34I
"Excellent Land for Sale,
d'T ILL-fferfotnerle to the. highest bidder, on
.Ate st Monday in November next, at 'Edgeield'
-C. H1., my VAL UABLE PLANTATION,. eon
. t aising Four Ilundred and Thirty
~Wo Acrds, lying on both sides, of Lloyd's
-Creek,-about, 2 miles fromn Hanmbturg.. This 'Creek
-has:5No. I MILL SEAT on the premises, and
-ifords muffleient water to carry a Grist~Mill. There
e about two hundred acres cleared and in a fine
state of. Weltivation. About 35 or 40- acres of splen
lid idev ground.' Onthe premises are a coiforta
iie Dwellin'g Ho~ase with~all necesary outbuildings.
"Also; two excellent Sprangs.'
- For further particulars, apply to the Subscriber- at
Harnburg, or Thos. Garrett and S. B~roadwater, a
joining the premises.
- SUSA1' GARR ETT.
Sept 5 - 91 ' 34 -
S Ueeby ivento all concerned, that a final
setement wvill be made on the 2d Mlondsy '
- -Decenmber next, in the Ordinary's. Office, at Edge
-tol'V. H, on the Estate of Williamp~obey, dee'd.
-IAl peruuns indebted' will please mike paymnentby
- tbat time, and those having demands will present
'tlem bjthe same time:
- - W'I. E'. DODEY, Ad'or.
Sai 5 .3m' ' 34,
- -' 'Notice
SIebygiven to all concerned, that a final set
-tetetwill be -moade-'on the estate of John
"C'-awford, aded.~,"inthe Ordinary's Office, at Edge
held C. IH:, on the 2d- Itdendaj-in December next.
All persons indebted will make paynient'by the above
time, and those having demands will -present them
bly the same time.
FREEMAN I ROPER, Adni'or.
Sept5 ' 3m 34
-S tatc of South Caroliga,
-. EpGEFJELD DISTRICT,
-Zdsui'ers and others 1Petition for th sale
-- -~ us. - . (of trust property.
,Moses Ss idcr&
aRUP r to y'satisfaction that Moses San
ders,Ti~ ietat liithis unse, resides beyond~
hbe limits of tis" S(eOI .motion of Landrum,
Ptrisioberta drioritei- s ordered that he do plead,
answeq~e deinur, to't.h eelCi'etition within three
months from thefpublieation 4f thas rule, or the pe
tifion will bie fakcen gr 4afeudhaaint-him.
.SliMKINS~d. E. IE. .
Sept5 3n ,os:.- . 34
, .he 9th 9f .Angist last, thi dyr the elegff
me~nntal parade5 somneone tookl'my GMtt, either
thronoh mistake or p~o~ . fTiwas 's 1'ouble
Barrelj %un, with tlg *ht tabe-brokeu off. If any
one will infoum-inet flbwhereiboats of said Gqn'
r they-will.confer? a favor. Leltera may addrese to
Sn, a D~1untonsville, 6. C. . a- -
'HOS. 0. BUEN3TP.
- - Est 5, 2- 34
tion of the eitzens of Edgetield' n strhit, to his
Which is now in successf:l and complete operation,
and alsn solicits an examination of his
Where he has on hand an extensive variety of beau
tiful and well-finished FURNITURE; consisting of
Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood,'Maple and Pine
BOOK CASES &" WRITING DESKS,
Wardrobes of various Qualities,
SOFViAS, SOFA. OUNGES, &C.,
- (lne variety.)
WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSES, &C.
Always on hand- a good supply of welln-made
Sash, Blinds, Pannel Doors, &c:. &c.
having secured the services of the most compe.
tent workmen, I do not hesitate tQ ay that I can ex
hibit as fine and good work as will be found else
REPAIRING neatly and promptly attended to.
g I will sell the above articles on as reasonable
terns as the times will allow. ~ Those who iay Cash
for their Furniture in Augusta or Charleston will
not find much difference in our cash charges.
Wg Call and'inspect the above Furniture before
Edgefield C. H., Sept 5 tf 34'
2Kavan-a plans Lsottery.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
L TTER. .
[By Authority of the State of Georgia.]
To BE DRAwN 24TH Sr. 1855.
W ILL be distributed according to the following
11Grand and unprecedented Scheme, in pub
lie, at CONCEItT IALL, Macon, Ga., under the
sworn superintendance of Col. Gao. M1. LoAs and
JAs. A. NIsBET, Esq.
The Manager announces his determination to
malth this the Most popular Lottery in the-world,
and challenges comparison as to the chances to draw
Prizes with any other Lottery.
- OA. =TA 1a
1 Prize of... $8,000 1 Prize of......$5,000
1 " ...2.000 I2 " $i000-2,000
5 " $500-2,500 10 " 200-2,000
20 " - 100-2,000 78- " 50-3,900
120 " 25-3,000 18 A pproximat'n P. 600
256 Prizes amounting to $31,000.
ONLY 10,000 NUMBERs.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid
when due, in full, without deduction. Orders strictly
onfidential. Drawings sent to orders. ,Registered
etters at my rik.' Bills on all~solvent Banks at par.
-Tiekets $5; Halves $2,50 ; Quarters $l,25.
JAS. F. WINTER, Manager, Macon, Ga.
Sept 5 - - 3t, 34
ew Literary andi Political Journal,
TO BE PUD1.iSHED AT COLU~iA, 5. C.
MpIE Undersigncd, late Editor of The S'outh
ACarolinian and Columbuia Banner, proposes
to publish, in the city of Columbia, a Literary, P.
itical and News Journal, to be called
In making this annonneement, I 'am aware that
propose to engage in an enterprise not iree from
ificulties; but these I will endeavor to provide
gainst, by securing a Subscription List that will
lce the paper beyond the reach of failure. South(
Jarolina can richly support, at her Capital, a leadingt
iterary and Political WIeekly .lonrnal, and to her
~cople.I now issue this Prospectus, feeling assured
he enterprise will be sustained, and that they will
upport a Home Journal of the character of that
~ow proposed. As a
or the home circle, the E'xaminer will, he con
eted with a view to render it at least equal to any
er published at the South. The choiest selections
f English and American Literature will be made.
r its columns, and a number of able Contributors
jll be secured. I will endeavor, in this department,
*make it a journal worthy of the patronage and
eady support of the people of. this State and of the
outh. As a
The Examiner will abide by the old land-marks of
e State Rights Democracy. .Independent of na
ional parties, it -will take a stmiid as a faithful co
iperatr in the great work of maintaining Southern
tigts and promoting Southern: union.. It wvill be
e orgn of no political party-the exponent of no
olitia creed-which has not for one of its cardinal
iriniples " th'e Equality of the South in the Union, I
r ndepenlenceout or it." This is no new faith, '
t one whielh South Carolina has long aiid earnest
NEWS -JOURNAL. -
The Examiner will contain the latest News, For
ign and Domestic, received up to the hour of publi
a~tion. It will give full and correct Market Reports
ad Prices Current. Our readers in the country
ay rely on strict attention being paid to this impor-1
nt feature of a newspaper. It will give full and
ecurate reports of the Proceedings of the Legisla
are and of Congress, and the acts-and doings of the
various political orgainizations. All news wortha
riving to its readers will be carefully culled'for its
SIZE AND STYLE.
-The -Exarpiner will be one of the largest Weekly
Fournals in the Southern States, pr'inted with new
ipd elegant type, on fine white paper, and issued in
arge quarto forni of eight pages, containing forty
,olumu of interesting reading matter. It will he.
arlinadsmet paper ever published in South*
have thus given an outline of~the principal fea
nres of the Examiner.' Carolinins or the people
f the South* ought to . mteed' no further appeal, in
iew of the present aspee~t'of political affairs, to in
lce them to sustain with vigor and efficiency their
wn Press and Literatur-e. - .., 1
Twvo Dollars per annum, payable in advance.
'he first year's payment will be required on - the I
eceipt of the firstnumber of the paper, which will I
e issued so soon s I-receive a..suffieient number of
,ubscibers to ensure' its success. Send forward
or names. -
67 Postuiasters who will. be so kind as to for
ward me-names of subscribersa will confer a favor;
and will receive a copy of the Examiner without,
charge. Address me at~ this place.
WM. B. JOHNSTON.
Sept. tf .34..
State ofT South Carolina, i
IN ORDINARY. - t
BY H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whees, dwrd~ P. Coleman has applied to me for
Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
oosan hate ight anddcedtsof Hugir Duffie
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
angular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
id, to be an appear before me at our next Ordinary's
Court for tissaid District, to be holden-at Edgefiekdi
1. H., on the 14th1 day of September next, tp show
cause, if any, why thesaid adpilnistrationshould'not be
Given under my..handand seal, thir3lth day of Au
lust in the year ofour Ierd one thousand eight hundred
ad finyfive and In the eightieth year of Amene~an
Independence. - H. T. WRIGHT, O. E. D.
Sept. 5 -2t 34
HE Co-Partriership known as Witt -h Palmer
ug7,.1855. . - tf - 31
~ *-Bricks for Sale.
ESuiseniber has a let of BRICKS far sale
-D.F. HIOL1INGS WORTH.
r'ol 0110J G.iat.18%1110
F~OR YO(UNQ .LADES 1
HE aet Sesiion will commence on Monday.
the 17th Sept., and continue fourteen weeks.
'the system of Instruction,.uder which this Insti
tution has retained its 'popularity for- the. last four
years will be continued, with such improvements as
ma enlarged experience has suggested. The same
'eachers who have proved so popular during the
past year will e continued in the several depart
ments. Whatever can he oined by q most thorough
system, combined with faithfulness, competency ana
industry.,on the part of the Teachers-aided by a
splendid' Apparatus for illustrating the different
branches of study-can be safely promised to those
who wish for their daughters an enlarged ana liberal
mental culture. -
We consider the accomplishments of the past as
the surest guarantee of success fur- the future, and
rely upon these, and our cohjinued efforts during the
oming -year, for the continuance of..that liberal
patronage which has always been so cheerfully n
corded to this Institution.
It is of importance .to' the -Pupils that they be
present as early as possible after the commencement.
'The Rates of Tuition in the different departments
will. remain unchanged. They are as follows:
Collegiate Department, per, session,. - -$15 00
Academical " " . - 12 00
Primary " i 7 00
Fo wHICH TUE CHanos Is EXTRA.
Music Department - - - - $18 00
French . - - - - - - 10 00
Drawing " .- : - .- - 10 00
Pupils using the Chemical and Philpsophical Ap
paratus are charged each $2 a Session for breakage,
&c. And those practicing upon the Pianos at the
Institute pay each $1 a Session' for keeping them in
There is also a charge upon all the Pupils 'of 50
cents a. Session for contingencies.
IlT All bills are payalire atthe close of eah Ses
dion. CHAS. A.' RAYMOND, Pal.
August 29- - tf . 33 .
Y E subscriber offers- for Sale the TRACT OF
LAND where he now lives, situated about
mne mile from Edgefield C. II., containing and
Eight Hundred Acres,
More or less. There is on this desirable plantation
Two Story Dwelling House,
with ten good rooms, together with all necessary
It is well watered, having a large number of.good
cool, and never-failing springs of-the purest water.
The land is productive and well. adapted to the
Cultivation of Cotton and every kind of grain.
The situation is healthy. and in a good neighbor
hood, and the tract could be divided so.aa to make
two or three good desirable settlements.
Also, the Holmes Tract, '
ontaining one hundred and sixty acres, more or
less, situated near Red Hill, and adjoining lands of
Col. Wyett Holmes and others. This tract former
y belonged to the Estate of Wm. Holmes and was
purchased'by me at his sale. .
The above lands will be. sold on ve.ry accommoda
ing terms; and If desired, negro property, at fair
prices, will be taken in part payment.
Iwill be pleased to show the lands to any persons
lesiring to purchase. S IJJ~E
August 23 if ' 32.
House and Lot for 'Sale.
[T being the intention of the Subscriber to remove
to New York, he offers for sale (on aceomnmo
lating terms) his HOUSE' AND LOT in the Vil
age of Edgefield.- -
Upon the Lot there is a never-failing well of the
olest water in the Village. All necessary out
mildingsm, Gardens, Hot-House, &e.
Aug 29 tf 3
ot~os:TE AsoNIC IA ILL,
ROAD STREET, AGUSTA, GA.
.Are receiving their fall 8tock~of
BOOTS, SHOES,.TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET. BAGS, &c., &c.
ur Stock will comprise all the most fashionable ar
es, and those thatecnn be recommended for dura
.ility. Also, a large and superior lot of
tien's Rlip BROGANS and Women'. Leather
'We feel confident that wve can show one of the
ZEST ASSORTED Stock of Good. that 1as ever
ee in our City, and request our customers and
iends to give us a call before purchasing.
SAug29 3m 3
Edgefield Male Academy.
THlE English Department of this Academy is
under my charge, and I hold myself respon
ble to'the patrons for the advancement of those
atrustedl to nmy care, and 'them accountable to me
r the Tuition -of their sons or wards, as I assume
he responsibility of my department.
The exercises were resumed on the first MIonduay
Tuition, the usuth rates of the Academy.
I would here return my sincere .thatnks to my
mer patrons and friends for the liberal patronage
eretofore bestowed. upon me1 and solicit a conitinu
e of the same so'long as I merit it.
T. BI. CROOlKER.
Aug 29, - - __- 4m 33_
More New Goods,
H TE Subscriber has recently received a FINE
and E.RESHI SUPPLY of
*DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Pihiehi he wishes to sell, and on moderate terms !
OLD GOODS ATECOST !
ome, ladies and gentlemen, give mec a trial, and I
r certain you will obtain bargains.
J. L. HARMON.
Mill Way, Atug 22 3t 32
Notice This !
A.LL Persons indebted to the Firm 'of Harmon
. & Skinner, are notified to cme forward and .
ettle the sante, either with the caoh or by note,-be
re the 15th September. .I am compelled .to bring
e old business to a close, and those who fail to
amply with the above request by the time specified,
-ll have to pay cost. J. L. H1ARMON.'
Mill Way, Aug 23 3t 32
- . C.EE.
pHE Undersigned returns his sincere thanks to
L'his friends for their patronage while located in
iamburg, and hereby informs them that he can, he
band (after 1st September next,) at the..lonse of
WARD, BURCH'ARD & CO., opposite thme Ma-'
inic Hall, Augusta',.Ga., where he would be happj'
o see and serve them, and where i FULL and'
-omplete Stock of' Dry Go ods,
an lays be found, whieh will be sold as LOW
s fom any House in the City..
M. A. RANSOM.
.Hamburg, A ug 13, - if - 31
Saluda Sentinels, Attention,
OU are hereby summoned to be and appear at
.RICARDSON'S on the 4th Saturday in
~eptember next,, prepared for Drill and Instruction.
All desirous of joining t~he Corps will report
heselves on that occasion; and it is earnestly
moped that many will attend for that purpose.
.By order of Capt. A. D'. BATES.
Js. A. DozIER, 0.-S 3
Aug .15 'it3
[S Hereby~~ii'en that application will be made to
th *dt meilature for the-Charter for a Pbi
o4from tle . Aiken Road, at or near. Posey's
Bridge, to intersect the Ridge Rdad at or near M~ar
Aug 8 . -' 3m'- 30 -
A LPersons having any just demand. against
.)..the etate of G. W. Reams, dee'd., will pre
sent them to the Subscriber, in the Ordinary', office
tt Edgefeld C. U., on the 25th day of November.
text, to receive payment; Those failing to do so
will be bared out. . - E. HOLLO WAY, Adm'r.
Aug 23'.. . '3m '-. 32
A FEW Barrels of choice Cuba Molasses on
.1 hand,and.iwill be sold- very low, if applied ror
soon. Also, ..
A. supl. of ceboiee. White Win's Vinegar, for
piekeing 5 ' E . SOWii1RS, Agent.
Ha imbrg~ A pg J, * tf 31
NAVdG released the" Augusta"
for anotier term, I take pleasure in.
-U-Eannouncing to the'travelling'publie
and citizens of Augustaithatit shall be the constant
desire of myself and my assistants to -make the
Hotel, in every respeet, one ofihe first in the South.
It will be palnteda itdfritiehed thoroughly in
a few days, when.thg'guest will-have an opportuni
ty of viewing the'largest, best appointed, as well as
the most convenient Hotel inthe 'State.
The Propridtor and la Laily, the (late Mrs. E.
C. West,) ever .uidfbd e.i lie vast patronage al
ready enjoyed by the-Otel, ;respectfully solicits a
continuance of it, and pledges their every effort to
make the guest happy, and thd Hotel a favorite with
the travelling community.
W. P. STARRProprietor.
Augusta, August 1S, .... 3m 31
AME'R.ICA QTE L
HAMBUR6 S. C.- .
THE Proprietors-of ti'well known Establish
ment bega.to inform the. pujblie generally that
it has-changyd hands, apd will be -.
Re-opened on toe first of A&ugust,
For the accommodationdfzIl:who may favor them
with their-patronage. ''lh. House it now under
going thorough repairs. do 'ns or expense will
be spared to render it deirle stopping place.
W The.STABLES upon tieWpremises are al
ready fitted up, atteittieeO lerengaged, atnd.Stock
placed in our-charge wlU'be seupulously care for.
HARRIET S. OLiVER,
-o. H. P. SCOTT,
Hamburg, July 23 fit 28
CHANGE jkREPAIRS. -
" i. The Subscriber bega to
inform hisfriends and ac
quaintances ana the trav
elling public ge eralay 't itli has leased tie well
known Hotel at Branlniille, S., so long known
to trivellers under- the. chare.of Mr. CJAnITRAN,
gad is determined to inerit, and-respectfully solicits
a continuance of the patrpnage htherto enjoyed by.
this prominent and important stdi.
The Hotel is 'ow; undergoing THOROUGH
REPAIRS, whichwillioon becompletei, and all
eeded arrangements are in.-progress to ensure to
travellers all the comtorta ant conveniiences de
manded by the spirit of this rail road age. Pas-.
sengers arriving onany of the trains on the lines of
road meeting at Branebville will find a meal always
ready, which will be uerved up in good style and
mannpr. A call and trial is respectfully solicited.
Aug133 . 31
NEW CAIR ET. 8TOR.E!
(LATE OF THE Fil OF BAILIE L LAMUSikT.)
DIREOT IMPORTER OF.ALL KINDS OF
RUGS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, &c., Mc.
Curtain IMlaterials and-Trinunings,
&o., &c., &c. -
234 KING STREE , CEARL.RTON, S.,
g P. S.-Orders promptly attended to.
Aug 8 6me 30
Noti c e,
THE Subscriber respectfully informs. the citizens
of Edgefield and tioinity that he intends open
ing a School upon his premises. in Edgefield Vil
lage, on the first Monday in August next, wherein
will be taught the higher branches of
English and Classical Literature.
o pains will be spare4b render ample satisfaiction
to parents who mnay intrust their children to hiis care
both as to lerrning and~ discipline. Charges the
same asylt the Village -Academy, and invariably in
gg He will also attend to the practice of LAW
nd EIQUlTY, for the District-and may be found
on Saturdays and a portion of sale days at his Office,
over Mr. B. C. Bryan'sttore.
July 30, . tf . .29
MEDICA1. 00.L4E I0F GEORGIA,
THTE TWENTY-FOURTH Course of Lectures
in this institution will commence the first
Monday in November next.
Antomy-G. M. NEWTON, M. D.
Surger-L. A. DUGAS,-M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy-A. MELVNS, M. D.
Materia Medics, Therapeutics andMed: Juris
prudence-I. P. GARVIN, M..1>.
Obstetrics and Diseass of Women and Infants
J. A. EVE. M. D.
Physiolkgy and Path~olo'gical Anatom-H. V. M.
MILLER, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine-L. D. FORD,
Srgical, Comparative and Microscopical Anato
y-I. F. CA MPBELL, Ml. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy-R. CAMPBELL,
Assistant Demonstrator-S. D. SIMMONS. M. Dl.
- Prosetor to .Professor of Surgery-JU-RlIAH
hA R RIS, M. D.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered regularly at
the City Hospital, and ample opportunities will be
af'orded for thle study of Practical Anatomy. ,
Fees for the entire Course..........$105 001
llatriculation Ticket (to ho taken once).. 5 00
Forimeather particulars, apply to
.G. bI NEWTON, DEA.
. A ugusta, July 23 . -2mt 28
" The New Era,"
UH E subscribers propiose publishing in the city
.1 -of Columbia, a WEEKLY PAhPER, bearing
the abve title, advocating the advancEment of the
Americap cause, Literature,.Agriculture, &e. In
the editorial department we 'have seeured the assis
tane of gentlemen of eminent'abilities. The " Era"
will be established upon a permanent basis..and we
intend to make it a journal acceptable to-all classes.
Th first number will appear about the first of
Terms of subscription TWO DOLLARS per
n'num.J. C. DEGANFARELLY,
J. Hi. CURTIS.
S August- 29 -tf 3.0
Splendid Land for Sale,
T1E Subscriber of'ers for sale the Tr~ct-of Lnpd
i upon which he -now resides, situated about two
nile below the Pine House, and immediately on the~
Plank Road. The Tract contains
About eighty of which'are cleared 'and in- hg
state of cultivation, while the rest is heavilytm
bered There are on the premises an excellent
Dwelling House, good Negro Houses, &o., &o..
Persons desirous of purchasing can apply to the
Undersigned on the place.- -
J .AS. L. MATHIS.
Jne 27 . i-. . . 24.
ECESSITY compels me -to~eall on my friends
.adcustomers for the amount due mne; and if
am comelled tosue them, tutthey wtill not be
angry geh one who has so often waited on them.
- Your obodlent servant,
WMl. McE VOY.
Aug 29 - t f . 3
* Notice !
ALL Persons indebted to tdward Coleman, dec
.tcased, as also all persons having any demands
against the said deceased, will appear witli them
properly -attested, at the late Vesidence of the de
ceased, on Thursday the 2Qth of September next,.
. CAROL[iE'COLEMAN, Ex'ix.
Aug 29 - 4t. .. 33
TS hereby given, that in future, I will grind for my
.Lregular customers on .Tuesdays, IFridayrs and
Saturdays only.. Persons at a distance are earnest
ly requested to have an understanding with mo be
fore sending their grain, in order that a day may be
assigned them, by which they may avoid an extra.
trip. JOHN DORN, Sa. .
Aug 23 < tf .- 32
THE Subscriber wishes to buy LAND WAR
RRANTS, ami4 vill give thie. highest Cash
prices for them. .11~.'I SULEW AN.1
A ugust 1 ,f *. n2 . |
. I. .WAZGHT, -DENTIST.
- FFICE-over Messrs. CAauOniAL
& BEAN'S Hardware Store, Broad
street, Augusta, Ga.
' All operationsert'aining to Dentistry will be at.
fended-.to with promptness; and to the entire aptis
factionof all.whomay-favor him with-their patronage,
. (-. Gold Plato and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder,
&c., furnisned to Dentists for Cash.
Augusta, May 1 ly 36
D- R..HL. PARKER, respectfally informs
. the citizens of Edgefield District, that he niay
be found during sale day week at the Planter's Ho
tel, Edgeficld C. H., and at his residence on the
Anderson road, eighteen miles North-east of the
Village, on every Friday and Saturday following.
tapeeimens of his work, put up on the latest and
most improved principles,.ean be seen at his Offide,
Ifis'address, when in the conutry, as heretofore;
Slieepy.Creek, P. 0 -
'Dec 27 tf. 50
JOSEPH WHILDEN, -
- DEALEl , I-N.
Paints Oils ind.Glass,
Charleston, S. S.
HE Keeps constantly for sale,. a general assort
ment of Paints and Oils of all kinds, Varnishes,
Window Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine, Spirit
Gas, Cotton' Foot-Gin Fixtures, Glue and Brushes
of various kinds.
Charleston, Sept 4 - y 34 -
Special Medical Notice,
Cit E of kV2EP'POBIA..
'HE -undersigned is being consulted by letter
from all parts of- the Union, by. those who. are
sufi'eritg -from DYSPEPSIA and its consequent
geniral weakness, muscular relaxation, and nervous
debility. Having for the last few years, in his prac
tice of medicine; turned his attention almost entirely
to the treatment of this disease, he is enabled from
his large experience to institute a'peculiarity oftreat
ment that will enable the patient to see, feel, and
know, after a day or two's treatment, that his recove
ry has already commenced. Uas he a dry tongue,
thirst, loss of appetite, constipation of bowels, nausea
and 'vomiting ?-is the skin dry. harsh, with unnatu
ral heat :-is he troubled with sleeplessness,starting
in his sleep, somnolency, impaired volition-Wth
palpitation or " fluttering" of the heart, and easily
out of breath by quickened exertions? All these,
after one, two, or three day's treatment will com
mence to disappear.
Terms of Treatment.
$5.00 for first consultation. 'Medicine forwarded
by mail, with full and explicit written directions of
the'course of treatment, &c., to be pursued. Each
subsequent consultation and medicine forwarded,
$2.00. Money remitted in all instances should be
"registered" at the post-office. All letters to be
addressed to the undersigned.
WILLIAM W. BLTSM. D.,
20 Beekman St., New York.
July 25 6m .28
STARTLING, BUT TRUE.
WARNING TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN!
Why Females Suffer in Health.
No woman of delicacy Ls willing to disclose ' the peculiar
ailments incident to her sex,, even to a most intimate fanlly
. This modesty and delicacy is implanted by nature, and
neither should nor need be subjected to the rude.shocks In.
evitable in ipaking known to the othersex those ailnentsbe.
longng excltsivery to the female.
} xeept in extreme cae, her sensitiveness wilt sacrifice
her health rather than her delicacy.
The consequences are serious,, lamentable, and life-long
Thus what at first could have been easily- remedied, or
perhaps better still, not- incurred, becomes a complication eo
disease, not only ruIni'ng the health of lhe mother, and em.
bittering her days 1W sickness and suffering, but entaling
broken constItutIons upon her chIldren, and embairassing, i
not distressing, the business and pecuniary prospects of the
husband. Let every sensible woman
TIERa Vt.a1.VA' 1A TL.IE,
(as thousands haive done) by the hitter experience and suffer
[gs of others, of the dreadful consequences she entails apori
herself and those ondeared to her, by her Ignoranee of tlie
simplest and plainest rutes of health us connected with the
rarriag state, the violation of which entails disease, suffer
inur man are suffering from obstruction or Irregularities
peculiar to the female system, which undermine the health,
t0eeibos-of which they are ignOrant, and for' which them
delacy forblds seeking medical advlee ! How many sufer
fom p.ole ua tetri (fallintg of the. womb,) or from fluor
adlus(we ess, debilty,&c.)! Howv many are in coustani
agony for many monthus precedingeoitfinementt! 11ow many
hasvedl0lul,fanot.dantgerous delvrles, and .slow and amn
To the question; how are these to be prevented? Wvhal
shall bedone ' the answer is simple.
Let every woman ascertain for berself, withoiut violence te
her dehc..ncy,lhenature and characterof the allment (to whichi
she eos a female Is subject) the causes from which kI may arlsa
n tthe p roper remedies for Its cure and future prevention.
This she can do by psessing a little volume (ahready
possessed by thousands which tells ther what is the matter,
and tells her what to do for it, In abnpte-. but chaste wohl,
and such as she can understan~d. .
This little volume is entited .*
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
flY DR. A. M. MAUlIlCEAU,
PaOFtssoR O F DriSBEA ES O F WOIIEY.
One Hundredih Edition, (500,000) IS mo., p. 250.
[ox FINE PAPEat, E~XvaA DiNDlNG, $1,00.]
A standard work of establishted reputation, found eiasssedl
in te Catalogues of .lhe great Trade Cales In New-York
Phlephia, and oilier cItes, and -sold bty the principa
booksellers it tile Uited Slates. It was- first pubfished In
S4, since whiehbtime.
Five Hiudred .Thousand Copies
have been sold, of which there were upwards of.
ONE HVNORED THOUSAND SENT BY.-MAIL.,
attesting the high estimation In which itlis hold as a reliable
,OOK FilOR EVERY PEM.ALE,
the author having devoted his exclusive attention to the
treament of conmpiaints peculIar to females, In respect to
which he' is yearly consulted by thousands, both In person
and ty letter.
H~ere every. woman can discover, 'by compraring her own
symptoms wilthise rieecriberI, time m:ature, charesetor, causes
of.. and limo proper remedies for, her comphainis.
Te wife~ abou~t becoming a miotther lhas often need of In
struction andi advice"? the utmost importance -to lter-fiture
ealth, will find sueh induction aind ad vice, and- also ex
lain many symptloms which othterwise would.oecasion anx
iety or alarm, -s all the peullarities Incident to her slltuatlon
It is of conire Impracienible to convoy fully the, various
uibjecs treated of, as they are of a ntaturn strictly Intended
f.r the married or those onlenmplatinig marringe. The reve
lations cohtained in its pages have proved a blessing to thou
sands; asthe lunuei'abieletters reeived by the author(whteh
he is penmitted by the winters to publish) will attest..
5.tract of a letter from a geirnta- in- Dayton,. Ohio.
DAv'rox, May 1, 1M7
Dr. A. X1f Xfuieatu:
" My wife 4mas been perceptibly shg~ing for. s',mc three
years or muore, in consequmeniceof her great angulish and suf
fering some months beforo .and inuring confinement; every
successive one more anti' more debilitated and prostrated
fuer, putting her life in imninment dapger. and which was on
the last occasinn despared of. I su pposed that this state of
things was Inevitable,. and resIgned myself in -met the worst.
At ttis time (now iabout twoT months) I heard your book
highly spoken of, as containiing some matters reaching my
case. On its receipt andl perusal, I cannot express to yout the
rellef it afforded mty distressed mlid, and the joy Its pages
imparted to muy.wife, on leaing that the great discovery of
. Mlpesomeaux proitiled a remedy. II opened a pros
pect to me which I little conceived was possible. No pecu
niary consideration can ever repay the obligatIons Inant under
to yo, for havinew been the means of impart~ng to uis the
matters contained In " rihe Married Woman's P'rivatq.Mued
cal Companion." 'But-f'or this, era another year would have
passed over my head, in all human probabiltymy wife would
have been tller grdve and my children left motherless."
In conseqnence of the universal populari ty of the work, as
evidenced by is extraordinary male, various imp~ositionis have
been attempted, as.well on booksellers as on the public, by
minaos of tItleu page, spurious editIons, and surrepttitious
infringemetfs of copyright, and-othier dievices and dlecepntons
It las beent fountd necessary therefore..
* TO CAUTION THE.PUBLIC -
to b no book enties the words "Dr. A. M1. M.tvateEAw,
129 berty Street, N. Y." is on (and the entry In the Clerk's
)mee on theoback of) lime title page: and buy only of respec
table and honorable dealers, or send by maii, and address to
Dr. A. M. Maurlceau.
gr Upon receipt of Ossr ISOtr~an "TIlE MARRIED
WOMN'b PRLYVATE MEDICAL COMPANION" imnseait
mauali ,f,.)- to any port of the United States, the Canadas
and Britsh 1Provines., All letters must be ps-aid, and
addressed to Dr. A. M.L MAURI[CAU, box i24 New 'York
Cty, Publishing Offlee, No 129 Liberty Street, I'ew York.
AGN's'iN ALAA(A.-,J. F: 1 E. P. N. GILaza, Catmt
den. Dr. JTosEPRt 1TUCKtta, Mobile. -
August 6 m 32i
Patent Metalic Burial Cases i
T H EN valuable air-tight and- indestr-uetible Ca
ses, for protectinug attd preserving the Dea for
ordinary interment, for vaults, for-uttsportation, or
for any other desirable-pbrpose, are oftercd for sale
in this Village, cheap for Catsh, by
- J. M. WITT.
P. S.-I have on hand an assortment of all sizes.
July 7 ' . .f .. .,8
IILLIAM -SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., has re
- ceived this day, from New Yed-k, superior'
12-4 LINEN SHEEBTINGS, which he will sell at
ery lo prices. - -
Aug 15 ...If. - t
- inks, Inks
BLCKBlue indelibile and Carnmine, for sale
bA.G. I T.J. TE AGU-E,.Druggists,
Ma...n - ' if . ' i
JM. NEWBYI& CO., under U. S. Hotel,
. BEST and MOST FASHIONABLE M
SPRING AND SUM ER
Ever offered in the City of Augusta. In-addit
8UPPJLES from our House in New Yorkc.
YOUTH'S AND .CHI
Also, a- full assortment of -FURNISHING I
Country Merchants and all persons. visi
examine our Stock, as we are determined-to ed
Augusta, April 3, 1864.
NEW SPRING & SUMMER
THE Subscriber has just received, at his old
T Stand; (the Brick Store,) his Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Comprising almost EVERY VARIETY of Cods
for Ladies Spring and Summer-wear. Aiong-his
extensive and welt assorted Stock may be fbun
Black and White, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS,
Ladies'fine worked HANDKERCHIEFS, COL
LARS, .Undersleeves and. Chemizettes.
Kid and Silk.GLOVES and fine MITTS,
A splendid assortment of PRINTS and GING
HAMS, and very cheap
- LINEN DRILLS and other Good. for Gentle
men and Boys' wear. -
A beautiful and extensive lot of BONNETS and
Bonnet RIBBONS. . -
A fine lot of Moleskin, Panama, Leghorn and
Soft HATS. Also,-a pisge.Stock of
'bots and Shoes,
Groceries, Hardware; Crockery,.&c.,
With many other articles too numerous-to mention,
all of which will hie sold on the most accommoda
- g7A liberal diseointfor Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. II., Mar 27, ' .t ,f - 1L -
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
D RS. Aa G. & T. J. TEAGUE, respect
fully inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all whoiay favor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in. this
place-of our Stock of Drus . .edicines, &e. r}uf
fice it to say, we have the , UL EST and
MOST COMPLETE Stock ever
offered in this place.
Edgefield C. H., May 23. tf . 19
Galvanic Batteriesk Magneto Electric
JUST received, and for sale by
A. G, & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
flay 23 t. 19
Medicine Chests and Travelling Cases.
(/N hand a few very fine family Medicine Chests
and Travelling Cases. For sale by
A.'G. &T. J. TEAGUE, Drg'gits. .
May 23 ~ tf - 19
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pockt
M EDICINE CASES-for sale by .
A..G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.~
M a y 2 3 -tf :l.9
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bags and.
H OSPTALa CUSHIONS-for sale by - .
A. (#. & T..J, TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23tf 19
>A large Lo~t of Glass liare.
TINCTURE and Specie Stands from one gallon
Tto half pit, assorted.,
Vials and Bttles, all sizes. Also, a few Ther
mometers,-for sale by
* A. G~ & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 * tf '19
Brushes, Brushes !
IN Storc a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewvash, Crumb,
Dusting .and Hair Brushes and Combs-Flesh
Brushes and Ilnir Gloves-Natil, Tooth and Shaving
Brushes, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf . .19
Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
A LL kinds. Also, Laneesand- a great variety
.Lof Swrgical Instrumettts, fur sale by
A. G. .& T. J. TEAGUE,.Druggits.
Ma-Ty 23 , tf 19
ANEW -and improved Style.--Aso. Ninpple
AGlasses, Breast Pipes paa Pump;, Nipple
Shields, Treethuing Rings, k.FrsaIdby
. A. G~'& T.4J. TE AGU~e, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
FO. THE L ADIES !
1E have on band a great variety of Colognes:
VTHandkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powdersand
an assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
.Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tonies, Restora
ties and Hair JDye;
P eston Stilts and AromatiecVinegar; .
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Hlair.'De
pilatory, &c., to tall of which the attention of the
Ladies is respectfelly incited. -For sale by.
A.. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
- May 23 if - 19
AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES.
W iLLIAM1 SI E AR, A ugusta. Gee., has this
.ay marked hais Ladies' SUMMER DRESS.
SILKS at unprecedented -Low Prices, and would
respectfully invite the public to examine his assort
Agusta, July 30, s tf 29
IFine Flour and a Good Turnout.
T IE Undersigned-begs to inform the-public
.that his Mill, seven miles.East' of the Court
House, hias been - placed in thorough conditiob for
the grinding of WHEAT .AND CORN.- TI~e.
best rock-dresser in the District, Mr. G. E. HaNDY,
has fixed every ting about it in his best style, and
I am now prepared to please all who may favo me
witr their patronage. A share of custom is respect
fully solicited. .JAS. HI. SWE ARINGEN.
August 1 .f 29
- Cheap Carpets. -
ON hand a flne supply-of Brussdls, Tapestry
JVelvet, Ingrain aind Venetian CARPETS;
which will be sold at very low prices.
Agu ta .J u ly 30, if 29 ,
TI'IE Subscriber would res-pectfully inform the,
eitizens of E~dgefield Vijiage and vicinIt, .that
es taken the Hous'e formerly occupied byMrs.
. Gray, opposite the 'Plauters Hotel, for the pur
pose of carrying on the
CLOCK REPAIRING BUSINESS.
All work entrusted to his care will be attended! to
with neatness and desp~ateb. He will also give his
attention to the REPAIRING OF FURNITURE.
H e warrants satisfaction to all, and solicits a lilieral
patronage. WM. LEWIS.
Jan 10. tf 52
N %o t ice. . .
L L Persons indebted to the Estate of Jacob B.
Smith, are reilueste'd to make payment, and
till having demands against the same wP.1 hand't~hem
in properly attested.
* BENJAMIN WALDO,?E'os
* --GEO. A. ADDISON. Eaos
Aug8 - . tf . 30
J UT received and opened a fine- supply of 'ex
teellent Tobaceo. Try it. - -
II. JI. SULLIVAN.
Jun1 1 , tf . . _. _22
Shlereliy gicn tlia ,jplibamtion wil'be inade at
th ,ext-Seion of the Leiltrfor an act
Ito incrprate the EdAge.flE 1Village Baptint Chgia
AND RETAIL' :
Au aeIsta, are Dow veceiving h1 EST
READY- DE CLO I Q .
on to which, we are weekly receiving
We also. keep constantly on hand aag", otte
RTICLES, for.gentlemen'swe- r
ting Augusta will. find it to their nGest to
:er our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
If .. - .1 .
WESLEY BODiT .
T HOS. Go- B A00L r- ?
EDMUND PENN -
If. T. W RIGHT,
- .or .heriff.
JAMES EIDSON. -
JULIUS DAY, .
r Taz Gollector -
- THEOPHILUS DEAN, ". -
WESLEY WERTZ. -
- M. B. WHITTLE, .
-BARNEY LAMAR. - -
TUOMAS B.- REESE, - - - -
DERICK HOLSONBAKE, ",,
A. R. ABLE, -
* w N ie
MESSRS. ABNEY ~& :CHAPMM,
have this day --formed a partnersilip fec:
practice of Law in .the.-Distriets of Edgefiditmd
Newberry. .- - . - . .
They can be. consulted either at Edge6la .
Newberry C. H., as thoe-wishingdvie' find
it most convenint . - ..
JOS. ABNEY, -eldCH.;.
J. A'. CHAPMAII Newb.40it.
.Tne 1,185.. -
- Land Watzant' r =
Ht3 Undersigedres py sainonne to
those that Have.Land -Wai'rants Ibr ialet
at his.Store, opposite the American HotelJ -s
burg, where the'highest cash init t
them. - THOS. Id C.
Hamburg, Julj2, . m .s
Curryon Academielu A
Hamug Juy2 4 E MALE DEPA RTMENT 'these4&ie
mies is -unider the supervisid'of . .l
LESLY. Assisted by Mr.-BASB . "4%.- .W
The Female Department will be -spersi by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, aated' by eot. Ma
sienliand otiter luutruotoreus. ' - sin
3 Rates of Tuitioime-..t
irst Clss,Primary rtmnent eSessn 9,
2nd " ordinary- islh b....'..,.,00
3nd " higher Eglh branches....5,00
4th " Greek'and~ [tom iterature with
Pupiis ae-echarged-from the time of en rigjse
il the end of the Session. Taltion intadvam..
The yearlis 'divided -into two se tmif lve
months each.- - "- -- - WT
.. gT"Good-board ean b'e-ad in the nofthbdrhsoI
at from $8 to $10 dollare pemoath.. --u.
- ..~ ROBTRI~H R~
CARRIAGE EAN 9ATORY
T llE Subseribrs"
.1continue to build
to order, and of the --
BEST MATERIAL that eon be precure8,
Carriages, Bluggies, &e.,
OF vrnv S'rv:g an DuscatwrloN They loce
constantly on hand a flue and varied awsso tb
New and Second-Rland Carrag'h
ggREPAl RING neatly and proitiptly-attend
ed to. -
Thankful for past patronage, they.?opa-byitring
due attention to -their business and~the. intereslta et
their eustomers, to continue to receivea libal'ss
of publie-favor. C. MtiGREGOR.
F. L.- SMITrd. -
. Mar 28 .tr 11
A LL Per-sons iming andaagifettle Estate
of B.R. AYaisd de'd., are- ~ o
present thenm properly attested t.tea
to whom also those indebted, to the .Estato~ara re
quired to make prompt paymient. -.
Adin'or with tlte Wil'4i
Ma' - tV * .i
2 5B LS. and HalfBarres No; 3; e*'AE
A few-h ,qenarter and..half bbis 1Co. Adliaeke
rel. .- ~- J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hlambug,. 24 tr' .
"Econonty is Wsale 9N'
OO0D cle.'n Ragao e very deseription ifil be
Apurcbased-at thee' Advertiser Office.'t; Paiee,
3 ets.per piound. Now, .bero's a ebasee~or alijist.
every body, and old bachelor's -too, tee make uat.?
April 18 * ' f- .f- -
State of South Caroiua .
.EDGEFIL. DISTRICT. .: -,
- . INEQUITY. -. .
Mary Morgan'anid othei-s,
Sam. P Getzen and othes.j - ; i
. T appenying-to my matisfaction that-.the J3e 4.
dants Osborne Jeiinings- and his wife .-aiu
reside beyond the limits of this Sttei on mutii
Mr. Mona~GNs,ComnplnaantY.Soliestdr, It is 4
that the'said Defendants da pleadeanswdkrr;t
to the allegations of the Bill above d~daut~
in three.months from the publikion of:~E
or judgment p~ro conferso will .be. Ee'jl,
them. - A. 5lNKibS,. ~. 3
Comm'rs Office, Jane 12, 3 22
iterigos and Detainest A
AT VERY LOW PRTOY4!
T 'HE Subscriber-will'sell his'pressu~tlae
Iof French and English MER -O
DLAINES, at very Low frice-. The nsns
embraces a great variety of styles,, fer.r8a
Children's IDresses. Also, superior 1Wiah14p
and Silk Warp Flnn6ls.
- WlnLI'AM HNE
-Augusta. July 30;- . sf *:s -2 -
I -Notice .: ..
Tany one ashould desire to have.,therjpnars
.copied in~ a neat and legibre lianea perunnay
befound to do ft for them, by' appjiestion- lt this
- Mar21 ' - - t
'A Cardr 2
E. BOWVERS, Agent, may be fa.nad.Vde
e the American Hotel, w h)e ten~eghs
professional services to the ~~e
put up in te 'neatest stili, and'fees yerg tJfe.
Hambirg, Auk 13 ..: t.-d; t
for a Charter incro na- ao
Ri-Road from aikeno H.
.Tuno 27 St 8s.