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WHICH TO CHlOOSE.
Mrs. (Chimpeion, a rich widow of only v
thirty uNuie,,, ae.d ill the 6;d1 bloom ilf
her.hte:tutV, was it the inatritnonial market
c'osely besieged by three Suitors, all of
them1'good looking, all gentlemen, and all
professing unbonded and disinerested affec- 1
lion for he f-ir i1:1dy. Capt Treva'nien had
been a CaValry er. hit he le hal retir-.
ed fironi the service. I e was 1:dl,,d.tzhin;;
fignre, with very miS eL-r:StiCt m11:mn1ter's, ad:.i
like Ned Pepper, Paul cihl'od's frientd, Ip.:.
sessed aln " u i :a li e ie:ll of hair."l
Itideed it was rumoed.t- ii at iii aibrosia: i
emis. wer-e-am- -Sn tlre'. --If*t a bn M
;o.'ib oj:l ! .t on? i~k 3 M L
aron~d indi::r. d, ~procred of -1 gl %a heI
intermedli:::ian oft :: t:tIm ;::a'-d4" "lf h.
luCre. The Capatiaia haaJ inh-a iled a .arge:
Suitor No. 2 was a younag man abott town,
very fashionab lie, p-dished and pleltsanit. He
contrived to keep (jut of debt, but his finan
vial resources were .:id to he very limited.
Ir. Clade Can less evi ht!y Ih.d a good
p-o.-pect of success.
Ti1te third suitor, Mr. -Stansh-v Moretten,
was an iart-student and also Cultivated ploe
try. rhough- very modest and unanfeted
he was slightly eccentric in the matter of
costuie-woi e a hat, and black velvet coat,
ad during the Kossuth excitement had se
rious thought of completing his equipment
y raeather-but his byptter reliS saved
him from this silecism. As he was quite
sensitive and timid, had ail awkwa rd habit
of laluslhiing, anid was sil-ent inl Coanyli W,
the Captain and Ca I .-s imlade light of his
rivalship amid Coaliden-d the cn-titeSt ais con
fided to themselves.
The Ci)tilln proposed after the most ap
proved taste of falshion. dropping gracefully
0:. onie knee. atl pressin-g the lips that mur
inured his vows to the fair hand he solicited
as his guerdon. -
When he retired, Clau.dc paid his devoirs,
and made his pi oposals % ith great earnest
ness. Ilis profes*i is of disinterestedness
were no less emphatic than the Caplain's.
The painter came next. When aloie
with tI e lady of his love lie found a voice
which failed hir in the presence of others.
To each of ih iuitors she gv.teL the s:ine
reply-namely. that she woufl return a defi.
nite answer to his suit, exa:ly three weeks
from the date of his propoisa!, requiring him
in the interval, to refraii froaui c dlitng or in
quiring about her, and to absent himselfl
from the eitv. The coaauiul:lnds of 1 rich
beauty are itnyerative. Each Wooer prol
ised knightly obed vnce, 'n-l ke; ( his pldre.
The Captain ran de'xn io N.wimg Caude
wenat to Saratoga:i, adel Stanlev e ,r, it'd Liz-:
sketeh book up to the While M outains.
The widow shut herself up for three
weeks. At the-expieation of that time,
punctual to the appointed day, hour and
minute, the elegant Captain entered Mrs.
Champion's drawing room, aund sui veyed
himself from head to fooet in the Versailles
Mirror, and with a smile of satisfaction.. [e
was engaged in self -admitration, wheni a light
step recalled him to sense of propriety. lie
turned and beheld the widow, but at thiek
veil covered her fauce. Hie drewv a chair to
her side and addressed her.
"Dearest Isabella," said he-, in his most per
suasive tones, "~ allow me to remove the en
vious screen which shirouds charms that were
never meant to be concealed."
"Alas, Captain," said the widow, with a1
tremulous voice, and drawing her vie1 yet
closer, "tbhose charms exist ino. longer."
"Is it possible !" criedl the Captain ini a
tone of alarm. 4. What do you n-ean ?
"Since I sawv yo iae been ver-y sick.
W~hen I was a child, my pareiits neglected
to have me v'accinated, and the ravages of
the small pox
" The small pox !" crieud the Captain, push.
ing his chair back to the other side of the
" Don't be afraid, Capjtain," said the Wid
owv. " It is all over--and I am a dreadful
object to behold-hilt of course that makes
no0 difference in yoeur affections."
" Hem!'' cried the Captain. " it wouldI
make 110 difference if I wznted to retire
with you into the counitry, to live like D~arbyv
and Joan. Dat to go itt society - to intro
duce as my wife at halls :ad sorees, a per
son disfigured bay a dreatlfull disordler. O)
Lord, ma'am, the idea never entered mya
bead !" -
eaf release yoiu froml your engagement
you are free," said the uitow.
"I have no doubt, ma'amr," said the Caxp
tain, gr eatly relieved, "~ that you will Find
individuals not exact'yv in my sittuationi, n ho
will be-will he very happy toe-ina short,i
tma'an, I wish you a very go~od o@y."
"Cold-hearted, v'ain egoti.st !" said the
widow, when he had left: " I rightly guat-~
ed your character. You only ni ished for a
haindsome wife to enihanice your c-onsequence,
and para'de in society, aus you show off your
handsome horse in the street. Let us se
whether my thoughts have wv-onged Mr.
To Careless she told the samne story. The
young gentleman heard oef the loss of h'r
beauty with great nonchalance."
"But this is not tall," saidl Mrs. Champe~ien.
"My business manl has just been with me
all the morning. My inxvestments were mist
unfortunate. I ami coimpletely fbeugaredl
"~ H ow unifortuniate," cried Care-os, "e for
I am iin the same predicament. I don't see
my way through this quarter. Now it is
very evident that it would lbe the height of
folly for two persons without any intc
or prospect to marry e nly to multiply mise
ry. I must beg you to consider my propo
sal of Last month as onely conditional. Doubt
less there are rash unpirincipeled men who
would in my ease think only of sentiment,
but I am too good a moralist, and too gooedI
a citizen to think of yterseverinig now. Far-e-.
wvelI madame! farewell forever! I leaive 11
you wiith despair in my heart and makiess
in my braein." t
Probably no declaratioin of despair wass
ever uttered in a cooler tone-and so thought
"lHe loved me for my money, as I
thought," sihe said. "~ I begin to bielieve that
all the men are alike. If Stanley proves
equally heartless, I shall renlouiiee-the pier
fidious sex."~ t
The young artist heard the loss of his r
lady's beauty calmly. i
"It is a misfortune." said lhe. "e Beaiuty s
is a glorious gift, but perishable-the true I
heart and mind alone remain unchainged till f'
death." - t
" But [ am poor, Stanley," said the widow. I9
"You give me new~ life, Isabella !" cried
the painter. "e The world canntot say~ no0w I
that any mercenary mioties tainted the pure'
feelitig with which I regarided you. Tlrust
me, you shall never want while I have brain j
and band to work for you."
"Then take me for such as I am utnd
wvas," cried the widow, throwing off her al
.e, n~b in person and in pupe and tl
rgivetle fabricated tale which proved two
f my suitors worthless."
Freed froi the veil, her dazzling beauty
eamed ont the painter in undinmaed radiance,
nd her hand thrilled to his touch. Need
ee s:ay that they were happy ?
MT1IEit filAWFOlRD'S IAllEIVELIj E.I0.
EaOTED BY BILL EASKE'L.
Durting :myv Soj)U ra in lizsissilppi (ho tly
Jfatr I itant the g e:t ermon1 tha1it was pl.y.
dt on :i hata y of a t!mand~a: a.:ing<) I haja!
reon om to) visit a 1.iou.I i:1 h ei h r
11.1l of ltt .'h a. Ta ::-sI d1ty ) i!
tlt, I neet ::I:1aae.l hit I Zon ChaeIs. .
\mvw ai:itier h1:;i l-ee called to that neigh.
Joi It:, ;ad Ihi .s t4) be his !alutatory
Z:.,:n Chap.-l was mone hmaldred. ya rdIs
may fom 'ti e re'ad, ,.ad enrt iode byV
"rest tiee. lavig arrived ratler tom e:tly
r sevit, mat ~ auid Inivl itmia.aitead
iliout tihe woods, ratiher actively employed
n bruA.ing ay the mlosquitoes that sur
oudd us. At length a strange spc-cimiena
f the genius home made his appearance on
torseback ; it was brother Crawford.
His dress was decidedlv peculiar. Oil
ii bead he wore ana old fashined bell-crown.
d beaver. several sizes too lage. To reme
Iv this defect ai cott.ma bmd .am handker.
:ii-f was stulfed hetween the hat and fore
lead. His coat was of a modt anciienat pat.
mr ; blue, with brass buttons, short waist,
md lotag swallow. The collar came within
i inch of hidtg the back part of his head.
[lis ve.t was extrumely long, and his pants
litto short. The latter were held dowi by
vaather sta'Fps passed tinder a I:ge pair of
>roganas of at untannied leather colm'. Al.
ogetber, his presece strontgIly suggested
l) :! .larble in his Yankee character of Jona
bhaI 11 tllmespo1it. But to the sermon-or at
e.lt a pvrtion Ar it, ftor it was uuerly im.
uOZSible to report the wh.
The congregatint was large, as it had
en "arated" abroad that a new servant
>f the Lord was about to make his debut
Brother C-awford slunk into the pulpit
aith more that ordinary humility, and after
leVot inga: few, mintutes to silent prayer, he
Gingerly pushing up the sleeves of his
tore coat, whereby ie displayed a pair of'
arge, long, honv hands of a beet.red color,
1V graspel atn earthern pitcher, and pouired
ato a tin cup a draught of water whieb he
raitk with iniitabIle gusto.
[lis appearance in tihe patilpit was study
to al artist. Hik .ce was Iong and hlk,
?yc. pale. grey, nIose taquilitne, ci -llapexion
mty, hair grey ish sandI, htad bnald oi
!e top, wiith the exception of a small patIch
tI W:gIAt of revereane, as if to sht:de it,
mold altogether the picture of Grteey whih-t
adi:1iaa Frevsoil Abolition docnment for
he he:aelait of his Southern stanuseailbers.
fle began apologetically as follows;
You don't see me? to-day in the dress I
iler %,ear; I come anong yon as a stran
;er, and I am now tricked out in my store
inths. I atm not a proud tmatn, but I thoughat
twould be moare beomring before stranagers.
A fter this hec raised a haymt itt whaich thea
atntgregattiont joained. He thaen begana his
" My dear bretharen aand sisters. first anad
oremo'st I'm nowii gwiaao to tell you about
lae afli.etitng partin' I htad w itha aty congre
;tn at bethel Chtapel. Arter I had go)t
brao'ugh with my liarewell sertmont, as I came
Iow0n outean thte pulpit, the old grey-headed
>rethren andt sisters whto htad istented to my
mice for twentty years crowdvaed arountd tat,,
md, with so bbinag voices anad teaarful eyes,
aidf-Farewiell, brother, CrafTord !
The young meni itt their tight peatenat leath.
r boosts, higha collars anad flashy waisteoats
-smielling of pomaintm atil cigar smoke;
vitha theit shtanghai coaats, atnd striped zebra
ants-thecy too said, Farewell brothter
'1The little clahbren, lambs itn the fild, lifted
ip thecir tinay htands tand~ stmalI voices, and
itha one accurd said, Fatewell brothter
TIhe coloredl brethtren of the contgregationt
iow came forward-black shecep whlo lhad
yeenl admtitted to thte (ld ntudet tmyi aminas
r-with tears a:a maitng dlown their Ssble
:ieeks, they, too, said, Fare-,ell birother
As I gott oni my htorse and b,:aale me. to
nyS cotaga:iotn Jirevert, I tu rned to) take a
atst lotok at the old chnurceh where I laud
reaced~a the unasearih ble tichaes of Cht: ist
'or mor'n twenty years ; atnd as~ I gs:-.d at
s dhilatpidlatted wvalls anad aaSs-coveredro,
t too seemaed to say, Farewell brother C'raf
As I rode downm through the villagea, thte
eople whon poked their hteads outen the~
.v itders, and thte sea'nats who leatat ot their
roosam all's seemned to stay, Farewell brothter
As I passed'a ;long dou nIte hihaym,
bro,' the foirest, the indit, as it uiisit led
brugh thec tree taop5, p:layi::g on thlahives
ad b~ranchaes, the baoadena of salvationa, it.
no, seemed to say-Farewell brother CJraf
Crossinag a little creek that was gurg.ings
ud a sitnginag ov'et its peb ly bed, ats it n-jo iced
na its way to the "reat ocean of eternity,
too seemaed to say, Farewell brother Caf.
As I rode alon~g dinwna a hut, dusty lane,
m old sow that was asleep in :iaeecor
aer, jumped out of a suddhent, with a loud1
roa.oo,oo--she too, semed to stay, Fate
vel, brothter Grafford!
M~y haorse, hec got frightened anid jaumpedl
rom under tae, atid ais he cuirled hais tail over
uis hack, kickedl up hais hteels, anad ran'o!Y,
e, too, seemed to s:ay, Farewell brothera
'H E.us UP p-A tail!, raw- tboned recruIt
vas put oni drill bty a little cockc-sparrow oft
n officer; as evera- order wats given to bitt
e would look (Iowan to see htis commtana~der,
nd was as oftent aahntanished to hold up his
cadl. Repeatted aihnrotitioas of this kindl
.t length laud thte effect to inaduce thie tecrit
raise his head, ait least to a levuel witha thte
ettiig sm, anid tihe officer orderedl htitm to
' What, always ?' wats the itnquiry.
'Yes, alwuayvs!' was the stern-a reptly.
*Thten good by'e lefteantt ; I shall itever
e y-il, againf.
VERYv FRhtxeN(.-A French palper relattes
at, at a ball laitely giv'en ait Pot t Lontis,
eart Lorrenit, whtile a younag ladly wu'as wualtz
ag, shte felt the hian:I by whaieb shte wats
upported becomne stonie cold, atnd oat look
g inito the face of her patntter founda his
mtutres to bte dleadly pale anad haorribly cain.
-ated. Shte faitnted at the sight uatd flii tat
t grt mud, whtilst t he cav'a'r dlropped tat taer
ale. Te ladyl wats takena up andta recover.
Il, bumt thec lift of the getlean wais extinct.
he aaaitains thait ho was detaid several se.
-ntda before sh kniew it, antd that shea madeal
ae turn round thte room with haim after lhe
as~ a corptse.
WoMxu are like tulips-lhe more mturaest
ud retired they appear, the better you love
CoNVE.TION OF ASsoCIrTIONS--e sug.
gaeOstions 6f " Action," u bich a ppeared in
onr issue of Wedne..day, meaets with favor,
and signs of' the times, we twist think, urge
yet strongly prompt action. The Carolina
Titi' ns the Convenation should Meet on
the 3oih ilsant, if not Sooner. That date
ka(11H h l. rhIaIs, :1s 1l..as 1111 the iSs- r
CLittIOns Oeln n imeet d;Iil mit tlieir de., :
gae.lthenl, dhere is to bie a 011nV1,111101
O' a3ociatiolls, lt' it mteet on1 the 20:h int.,
.ml if we are permil to mIlako II suigg:s.v
ti. e won:hl !:IV i. L the Prelletts It n
eahl s:i-ociaion' :I! a m Pi a:% erv al '
I C t
!pli4.s~ anld appohI-1. eeates :.0 mee: in o
Columiia:i It IIh tim-:le Je aVe- niied. A
there shouild be a fi'l ineeting, that the while
State hiould consult tTet he r (.n s, impoIIlir- I
taolt :a questian, we woulI siuiggst that any1 .
DI ,t5icts that nini not vet h a-e l'orid K:it
sus1- ainoeint i.ons, sh1111id Cali nwet-in gad
n up dlegates, wtho mI ay aid by their
counlcl lad advice the ftientds of, Sutllern
Rtights inl Kansas. For we fIe! satidied that
thI wholc State lels at interest in this malfl
ter, whether they have taken action yet or
not. The suiject matter involved in this
Kansas question is the most momentoins that f
has ever agitated or perhaps ever will agitate
this country--in it is involived the existence
of the Uni--n. The cry of danger has been i
so fr equenaly raised, we have become fattit
iar to the sound. but now the cry is omin- 1
ous and should not be disregarded. 'If we
slumber, the enemy will be upon us. Nev.
er have the Northern section of the Union
shown so much determination as now to I
oppose, at any hazard, the firther progress
of Slavery, an1d conisquently the equality
of tihe South, in the Uni.m. Let us then
meet in Columbia on the 30th insiat, and
:take cahin amvid deliberate council together.
Let eihi, thinkiug, dicreet lin be sent
thedre whose aetion w ill be ma rked by the
greatest prudence.-Newierrv Nlirror.
WA LNE'S PoSTION.--We hive recently
received various and very conflieliig ac
counts respeefi-g the successes and ieverses
of WValker's army in Nicaraugua, and we
have been only able therefure to give such
I accounts for what they were worth. Of
one fact we have been-*assured 'om the
most reliable source, that is, that the Eury.
dixc never blockaded Grevtown, although
she examined several vessels entering that I
iipoit, principally, we liiieve, at the request
of the Agenit ofi the Transit Company.
I re aippears no doubt of Walker's retreat
iftrom Rivas, after a heavy loss, both on his
part and thsat of the Costa lticalns. The
itest intelligene intiforms us thiat Walker
waS in Virgin Bay with 700 ulen, about ti
invade Cost:al~ tica; that lie had 204 men01 in
Granda amd 000 elsetwhere, Ih..t his force
i.4 aisil I: cigetler of L,000 for)e1iglers aid
a0: 5(1ntii;and that o%%ug to the
dlepcie.iaIns hey were unlergAing the e was
a great deL:al of d iss:tifact ii amil iiong his
troops. This is the sumi total of what we
live lc en ablo to gather by the British
steuner recently artived 'oi GreGrtown.
iP21ana Str, My 23.
WoMinN AltE so).I a: oN ITt'PlAo.
In a :t5t reet collogny bietween .ilrs. Smui hers
anda :Miss Betier, the iother dayv, the farmer
:adv told the Ilatter thaot she wa< a skelet on
imantraip-as remn: k which the p:i ty ad
dressed reciprocatedl by calling her antago
nist a locomontive hying machinae, dlressed in
cotton hatting. Thhis was ai elini'ee, nnd
conver ted the verbaul hirmui-h inato a dligital
tuste, wvhich resulted in thle loss of' cighit ar.
tifiil teeth asuit a sorrel wig.*
Tu'is RoAtn To lh:.wnx.-An hoa'ncst
Dutch farimer, of New York, tras a -ked his
opinlin as to wvhichu denomaination of Ch:rist
innis were oii the tight wvay to Hfeavenu.
Vel, dlen; said he, von we aide our wheat
to Albhany, some say this roatd is thle pest,
anid some say da(ht ; but it <doi't maike mtneh
di$'erencie tvicich r'oad we taike, foir voni we
git dare, dayV never ask us vich-l vay we comell
-and its nonie of dare pitsiness-if our
wheat is~ ga.
S:'.ric KINmsL 'ro Tst: F.nttit'.-No
hid man is ever b rough!It to I epental ai e bayI
ia'y words, litter amd scorii!'ul repjraches.
,I He Iorti,.as hcimselt' ag ainist repro at and
h. rls baick I'onl chairpzs in l'aee of his ae
| enai'r. Yet guilty and111 ha rdenedl as he seems,
he ha~s iaa et ini hIs baosum amni may be
mnltu to teaus biy : antle voice. Wh1oso,
p~-eoe anl rtriuuain hi.- 1i'O--itiion to
bidejt:, a:-] citn i:iig huii-ell' thnei to a 'ful
lei lbroathler, will soona~ tid at way to *ate
feling< uihini. l'i: v a'. p:itience are the
tw o lw,-" which n~uack thle huma~in heatrt
pa.ubli:c thi..t iliey arae mo:ann aa:r and1 have
-itur v ::i:int, anad nae conusn''yu mi~i~ai alt kinds
aof Ca:'inges~4~ :mdc E ;i's a-t the lnaesi
p1!rounail miist fasiabiule sty les anal ::r. als~o u e
eivineg fra;iomt N'inhl irasm tihe b-~t Factorai-. 't
kh:.so. (. !l/Ilt lg S Es~a JJ(1:(:11-.', all wthich
th v viil .1 ':i a-. lav..ri~al i enes f.r C sh.t (or icp
pro'veP.l Pa;.etr :s :ay s'.iltai <al.-lhmenut in th
Seth. LttG tIl & T 'CK [AR.
N., Ii -l'..ir~jig don:e a:s iniali n. aisonale~
termis, at short noet ee. L. S.
'le SNuhsea ilter r ini.- lais s~aicerv Iamn s to t le
Ci'ias ofr the dietraict for their pa: -i'age tfor the '
lst I bireuc years aind edicits a contiionanitce for the
New fwmm." JtOtIN LI l(i.I a
A pril 23 183G. ti 15
Sam's in Town once Mohre,
I)"ant goodas arte renhac hit ir datinationai.
I an naw reeiing dutly imy sparing~ ,tock of~
gacds, conais-;t, ag in part oft
I leidtsze Clunnpiaagne ;
2talaums d. dci.
Neetar Whliskey mia all taiher tbraands that a:re tic
beha.d in thisu a:arket car Auigua'a.
tSmolked1I l'efaiek!as, Praeservesa. Rauisints. FigsC,,
jioked aT'rnagnes, Ketcup, A tincaida, an aalzl oather
kidcs 'af Nutis, Crushed-a Sua.pu-, Grcnd, ail. tanf, &c..
I tic Caira-e, En:aniira. .linva. lIti, Flour,. supjerior
h.\:ioani, Aalaaan-atiuan spch mtc CiandhleN, and a
varie~y of other airticles taco numrou :atro menruaitian.
- S. E:. t;owiERS. Agt.'
Ihtmunhuirg, A prit 1G. tr I-t
]Giuse aind Lol for Salc.
3| E I Subscribevr wishinig to lev-:e for pariItSs as vet
tunk n.wni, ac'ers for salte has (Cottageu Raisihaueac
ti e i~ad:- tari' maihla Noriba aof t.ibety 11111. It
is suitedi toa a P'rteae. TIenhera tor Physici am air ;:ty
persan wishi:ac.i biahthy na si'a tne'.
Tfa:a as. Laaw price andi lang eredi t. Focr pauruie
ubrs ingnjaie af GEORGI( I G A LllIIN.
Laangmuires, P. 0., S. C.
Atpila2 1850', I f 1~2
FOR SALE, r
r fit R S'1ol:E lIOITSE.next Fta.t of P.. II. Su!
liivnu', :3u feet troaut andl Ca0 deep'', contaainuug
thee roomns below, oune abhove. nun I a g-oad cellar.
T Fi TAN YARiD sad tot aijoiuing, aund eon
taanng abaut three :aures.
ONE tI.OT on thec bran'ch aaljI'ainn C. T,. Rehfo.
Oct 2 ft
" EconomI2y is WencIt~h !"
(OOD1 elan t'aus oaf e'very desctritption will hie
.Xtpurchiased'a at the "~ Adverii'er.Gilice." Prie,
2 ets ptr Ipounaid. Noaw, hera's a ebm~ance foar almaos.
every boidy, and old tbaeclor's too, to muake mnoney.
April,1a tar 14
1I l AlNURG, S. C.
JOHN A. MAYS, PROPRIETOR.
I LE,~ Public are respectfully n
formed that ilikf Hotel has un'e r- V
inea thorough repa:r, and has bven
eitted inl the RlsT STYL.E. regrd-.F
.sH or expense, and w.as opend e n Ihe Firt of Oetoi
er, for i lie reception or Bo:rders nnd ccee--mudattioni
f Transienjt enstotmersj.
The lie-t teconinodatioiin is viaranticd to those
rho will favor the Proprietor wv:th their patronaae.
Id the Mlania:eent wi i be rich as to comaitind
ar the I louse, I lieh reptiatin it h14 nIay mn'n
atned,as the E-st " oel in iii 'burmg.
The Prii;orit.tor nsnv:es the pile that not pains
hall be sit Irl on I lie p:rt rof the Mani:icemeit to
urnish the Tabl. with I lie hest viann.s the \.larkets of
k ngusta an I I lamburg nil'ord.
.camilis vriting our Town are solicited to grive its
enll, as our he- t exertions sliall be devoted to ad
nititer to th-ir eiire comfo.rt.
..tta:1chd to the Hlotel, is a fine LIV E1Y itl
A L.C STAlILE, kept by C. 1)in1s & J. B.
,AntICO, Which is vell fitted up and has za l kinds of
'rivender that this Market can 1ssiby afirl, and
hey pledge themselves to take uas good care of Stuck
Ls any other Stable, or no pay.
They are prepared to accommodate Droveis Stoek,
md Transient 1lorses at all tines, and have h orses
Mid Buggies.to hire, and will run one or more lacks,
vhenever called for on reasonable ternis.
N. B.-They have an eminett Ilose Farrier
eho proposes to cure all curable diseases of the
lorse, (e-tagious disensus exerpted.) or no pay,
mad will be responsibte that horses under his treat
nent shall be well cared for and treated accotr'ing
Hamnburg, A pril 23 1856. Gm 15
PRING AND SUMMER
- Dress for Gentlemen.
17. O>. F1.=:LcC-l era CO.,
S7OU LD invite attention to a CnoIcE SToCK of
N i Goods imported fir the season-em bracing
very arliele for Gentlelmet W nr, all of
he newest styl-e, and to please all, even the most
st id is.
T1MMINGS FOR THE TRADE,
All the newest styles or triminiigs for lte trade,
mppied on the most liberidI terms. &
W, . 0. IT ICE So CO.
Drapeis and Tailors,
255, Broad St , Augusta, Ga.
April 30, 1856. 2nI 16
/'ILLER& WARlR EN, Opposite Globe iotel,
Aualusta, Ga., are receiving their usual choice
nriety of SPIRNG DRESS F A lI IICS, embracing
,he best mnkers of French and lw.;lipsh productionts,
Un1onig wh'ch are
iel l'rinted French JACON ETS and ORGAN
DI MS ;
Rich i'rinted Flounced BAREGES and ORGAN
Rich Print ed Amerienn nna Enli.h LAWNS
lieh " French B RILLIANTS and CAM BILIICS:
Iil, 1?ue and Pink, 11RI LLIANTS, new artie!c.
As-orted Co'ers Flounced Silk DR ESSES;
1tich Plaid and triped Tali'ta SII.KS
lih Mitire A ntique, Tonlard and Choina SILKS;
Blak Tat-ta and Gro de 1:hine Do.
Mourning Gioods -
Plain and Strip'd GRENA )IN ESand P AfREGES;
Bi'k Flounced Grenadine ad lInrege D)RESS E$
uperior Summer BOMlBAZliVS and CIl \L
LIES; B'k iACONiTS, R0GANDILS and
MIA lQ1U ISIE ;.
Brk. EI. UR \P29, Love V ElLS and HAND
In additioni to this long linte or Dress Goods, we
nve a comle~Lte stock of CAL1COES, GING
11.\MS. LlNlig GOOD). Ls\tlRlll)EUES.
FUIN Ti: RIIPRINTS andi T~LAC~i, 0!Sl CRY
tad (1LOV KS, Plaina and Embilroidered Crupe
SIJ A W LS.
Alacrgelotor MANTILL.\S,in great variety of
PA NT.\LOON STUFFS, hlleachied and Birown
White and Strijed OSNAlUllGS, of various
Our friends and customers are respetfiity invited
0 ex:ine~i thei largest stock or spring and Summer
GOLDS ltmt we have ever had.
Piartieuhn-'ti tetntion paid to ti!!ing~ order.
A tus4t. A pril 23 im15
I. Su ;mmer Stock or Goodls att h:s old stand the
iik S tore, consistinig of Nery va:tety u~nn.ly ke pt
in a I ry Goods estore, viz.:
Iliebi cle Silks foir !:nths lDressee,
si:k Tissttes, Chiaieys, lharage. D~elnine~e,
a~i tund Cuolured harntges,
\lutin and Earlstona Gitngham is
Engli-h anid A mnerientn Prits,
Plaitn, Cht-eked, Striped & Do~ted Swiss Muslins,
P:itn, Cheoked Jneaotnets amnd ( Cmbries,
Finte worked Collarn, Chemtzitts: aid Untder'
Swiss ant.1Taeoenet ainsin Edginis andl insei ting~s
inie Sil1, Crape, Napiolitam Stiaw :ande Faney
A godn us.ortmnent of IBonnet Rbbons
A !!i.l a'sortme~nt iof :nsaioimable lt\TS of all
kitns.,nitna tor the scaSOn.
I 'bre.:a:5 mad i'arss--1la,
I).s *:n.ics. I ioys, .\his a:id chmildrens, B3oots
timt shoe.- of all kinads
Grise-ies, Iliard ware an] ( :rociary.
'iii of whili .. ill be sald on thme i :enn-nn
terms, all ate invitud to el atil examnine foar ithem
OJf A liberal duscount for Ca-li.
11. C. ilVn A N.
A pril 2 18s:.6 tf 1 2.
Spring and Summrer GoodIs,
l'* hi USpring ::nl Sudlatier EGoin ', ti whieb
het respectfuhrI enils the atei in of his frienids ::i
the cmmiu:ity g.enraily, tlhe Stoek cons!.-t Vi.
Friech Jne, net Al US1 IlNS;
Frenich Organde* Musldiis;
P'rinits and GlINOilIA :~
A !pnmens and BOM 1Az: NE ;
Colt.l nd lIik. SilIA LLEYS;
Iinek and Pltid SILIE1( and a tine and large as
wtetnt of White Goods
Drat I )e et and 1ta1ian CLOTlI:
WVi~ite nti lBrown Linin 1)iliLS:
*Plain nni Tuilbhd CO)TTON.\ I:
lilealhed and llnrown SI IEI ETI INO;
hik:lehed and Bir. vii SIllT1WNO
A tine hut hrh It N ENS;I
. inniets atad lIonnett liibbons in ::ity vari. ty;
iI' sitry aind G Ion si of all kind%
lInhts, Bo its,Slates, Cr.' kery :and~ Glasi War.:
lI ard wate andmi Cutlery, Saddlery and Groceries.
lease enll and exantine tmy stock, for we will take
~ret plasure in showinag it.
Ajtri 2 tf 12
FSTR AYED) fromi then Sublsc:ihter's resilence,
.J M\ay 2ith, a satll sorrel M\AR lI M UJLh, iive
r ix years old, wvell formedI, thou::h dlisha fned.
N'o artks except that of thmegentrs. fTe satid mule
vs bought fromt ~ aiaman from Noarth Carolitna or
I thitik sh6c is trymrg to mtrke lher wnvy back to
Ite place fiom n~ hIb she camte.
Th'e said Mlule was last heard of at .lameis Dotrii's.
A~ny ote taking uph said Mlule will contfer arvr
y ropping~ me a lin,' at Edgetiel l 0. I11. All rean
unble exp)enses wiil be chteerfully paid.
June 4,185G. tf 21L
LLPersons htavintg dlemattds againstthe Estate
of B. R. Add1li-.on, 1 dr ., are reqiuested tn
reseit thmem piroperly attested to thle itnidersigned,
u whmrnalh~. those intllgol toi te Istatce ate re
uired tomiake promipt paymen~tt.
G. L. PENN,
Admi'uriwitht the Will annexed.
May 9 tf 17
i N IC irst rate secondi [lamd CARIRIAGEC fit
Usale, by A. I3USILNIELI.
Aril 16 tf 1 4
For Sale, 4
F STRA TI Tann and Currier.
.IAlsT, a oo ilaeksithl for sale or hire.
'(tinire of F. O'CONNOR.
Mt a it:.a., E.1.fi..1, District, .Tnn 7 tf 52
AND SURGICAL 11,11IRYL
HE Undersigned would respectfuilly call the altt
T. to 1itir very complete and extensive Estiabliht
if NEGROiES ruiing SU CAL OPER
The Biilding is .-ihinted corner of Jackson and
ew SaV.111mah Rail Roaid Depots; andi ill Sight of* 6.
ion (of patients from a distance. In its consireti-i
iew the Special ull rpose to w. hic-h it is ppidit ; bI
101duce to the, COM k RT OF 'Ill ' SICK. It i<
miths'-and his watier.elosets in each story to avoid
Iso ve'l vetiti;ated and lighledl witi gaS. Wilt
id female tuiirses. ine patient will be s:ived mnteh o
it unlav'id.alle nvulect in the trenonnit o* 1 NI GRO
TER31-Fonir Board, Lotiging andI Nursing, p,
ittendatnce, iurgical Operatiuns, & c., the s:inn as it
Aunusi, Jan 30, 185G.
DRUGS, lEDIC INES, & C,
D 1S. A. G. & T. J. TE A G UE, resIet.|
'fully informn their tiiemfis mawp.tln that,
hey have just received their FIRZESl Stoek of
ure and Genun!"e Drugs, &C. GF
nd will be plised to wait upon adl who may favor
iem with thieir patronage. F
Spat-C will n.t allow U< to give a Catalogue in th s
lei of our Stoek oif Duis. Th dicines. &*. Sur
.v it :Ivwe have the I T I , T STni ;i,
MOST COMPL.1r1..LE St'ev r
Tered in thk phace. em
10lgefield C. 11., May 23 tf 19 set
- -- -- - --- an<
R E -R A fie.
Of the Tin Ianufactiry, "m
NE A R lin. 1.. T. M1 11S' T A N Y. AIDI he
IE Subscri;btr ionl respcetin'ly inform the
E.ciives f 1gei..d nt h.ll Il erroundl-inw DUs
-lets. that he !h:,s re-movedl to, his ridecw -
11t. hIas recentiv .ected at c l re :nd1i r-.:.:,niiou
hoip, and is n prelipallil to en:ry 1-1n the
ix A\ LL ITS i1R ANGl II , :Su-i \I; -infactu
Tl n Ware f.r Mtechants. ROOFING, G UI
'Ri-:lNG. a l :, tilinier (X e ) i .
A w:its ott liti1l n general nis$'itLlt id
TIN AND JAPAN WARE!
0T Mertchaits vuppiflied at shrtest notice and ont
the most reaonable termts. Orders solieitI.
C. L. IItFO.
Oct 3 tf
ED II 1 SLb-. 11.. S. - r
..conftinue to bullIi. Z2.~,
-- to ordecr, andti if the - ~2i..
13::ST 31IATt~fl.\ L that c::nt he' pre-cured,
Carriages, Euggies, &c.,
Or rnv S-rYLE AND D:scRIPrtoN. rThey a isc~'ee
cinstantly tin hand a line andlh vaiedi asotmen~iCt it
ev anid Secon&d-Ikinud Cari;;Cs
t-EP.\Iil!NG nieatly and promp;tly attend
Tankiful for past pa~tronee,.C they htope by giv ig
uie attetion~ to t i- huei uitnes attul the inoterests ofl
Iir customters, i tottiniue to reCive a ibera shre
f iuie favor. C. Md; t -,t; l
F. L. SMI'II.
Ih St~ etdo oar. It. 11. Art.Li..4vas
repie to usike to iirder' line
At the shorte-it notice. :md ofdi thvr 131-.ST V1\
li hip..-s hie .:ithfutl wo: k-1 chse rutetiton toi
usziss to bit atble. to islev:e n~ whio may-tv r butm
i th-:tr jtutage..(
I will refer* ti ei r. S. F. Coom:, w ho i. y uau
elm. ini .t1 inatters of b~uti..;
Jly 18 II
Fi I SK'
atnt j'.eta e Burial Oms
i Ito : 1n: .-l h - : u u.m~l.:t t ti .r- :1
I. ei vl ie r iih.r- :: ; : ~ if .h ;i u;s ;tbe fCai el,
le' i .. li i i.:0 ..rehittyilliei tni bi. i
ill's.fo tit;:p.rt:'. l il t~ 0ral -- t r de i l '
liv i'i.-itsh ii xm li I tin:.-' r'.or fo i.4 .!, f-o r he nt t
trn e -it of i mee tititem.n- :ey hthe~ y:i0 n 2 i 'h s e
iptl ofd whpi.rh lie the forn-eriiatIt gl.I ii TIe
e ie.mno.se.;id'. -t i h z:h at 'ii ek:' i-.i lit t!. -
li-tlii w.\ LS.:iet w h:. te t-t.. tii-r Cip alid ltiit tin
se idn -- it ot the mi b e::uI l-n i hii-ily n 'e - - .
MiThu,(~ 1)utt t-iv e .pizb-ei .\ - L L S IC :Int o nt
tir, U.U- 1 Dea nibli 1 -.y. d. 31- . W. I )TT
. x-IIt b11. ay o rse il e u:-in l : I- ii l'e at
II4it-t tlann t 'eon n 's ::nd at ii bTt..-id t's :il P
oue al le-en it do tllte ;lten:i;t C [we tyl 4i
i t if .vtn Lni s e I in h i h,:md mi os iti |-i-ei - e
itnve ti-s ol wes i . l ttleii rim more t n e h:- t-o -
Tre weaso Hrm se'a a os rA.r.W
POh of' thie ist the ewndo1llat in god tI~ eiii
m. 45is. and 7.t C-u. byha . m Tko:. MIn the .
m it'le :1.ecnh .\iry TI e fni eon
edwrnevea Ches atnwd Trelingib-se
-1FN ilY as- by-3 ipor~tei Medini, Chis atb
l 11do T-, v Dam h Cttsits For s.alt- by A
Ai, . G. Da&b T. edly.J. h G . i. i . Anns -
telbd anyhos 2n3tif wol - -ie w i etat
uping as.tes anndr orficeatos ih-mn e n
A ~lb itn's.'n lsos ts nd :te to i-t lii RY
us: saur atter is ho theyareto Eescricd.
h STrwetey i-d bet feh iled ity thSsaon t
Monre 23 if 11.
WfY FOR NEGROES,
n4tion of Planters and Slaije-owner3 generally
nent in Angusta. Ga., for the aceomollold~ition
'LONS or TREATMENT IN Ci!RONIC
Fenwick Streets, between the Georgia and t
ih. It is therefure conveiient fur the recep
, throughout lie entire plan, was kept in
:ing 'furnished with everything wlic!i can
mit d with hot and cold baths nud shower
ftigue aid exposur o the patient:,. It i
he coniislai. atte of experienetd male
the stilriiig wI too often is the result
.S in ordinary private piactice.
lr nith. $10. Fir all NECESSA.tX Me!lial
ordinarv it v practice.
11. F. CAMIPBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, AtLending I'lielan.
L. L, UNNINGHAK & C0,
LOCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND 1EALERS IN
3REIGN WINES AND LIQUORS,
A.MBURpG, S. 0.
v I t::ke th!s pporunity of retu: niin th:aks (
to, ur pairons amid frmis l*r the very lib.-ral
.nrgeen 1a.1 favors we have received for
eral year. Past, and respeelfully solicit a contiln
.c I te Same. Our hihivt aims. ;nl ie-t en
lvo'rs will be t. acrit anl dvrve the p:t ronne
ur (il. ens.n:ers, e1s aind tle publie gene- I
iy, by coiductizg our busnss as we h.:ve done
etofi-e, andi inreasing (ir reputation fur
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
!d mitakOin:1 it toth dee:Jed advanta"ge of dt who
: .- w With their trade.
Lhe iniervarcd p:ilivltrae we hive reeivil andl
. coItiuIa'y rec.iviln.1has in- ceil 1 to Bu .
LARGE mn.1 WELL ASSORTED
k ot'G .(oid:, in ondcr to meet the gi ill- dte
nd. :md incre.s1 f1 t trale.
THE UPIERIEI QUJAL!2TY
tll G) ii.i!- oi-ered to the Publi.c at this c ia ;h
nt, i< so well kniwn thiat very little need be s-il
.in thki sa1j1.t. But with tie t::y il'f LOW
IC ES, awl the very best qu:ll.ty of 40UD !,
lle mtil f busineS the sulaci iiers are deter
itted1 ti) carry Out. This wi]i be maile allicable
cvry branchel oft tfhir busi l-ss.
)ur G.ods in ll i nstances will he what thwy ate
*.esented to) be--anid whenl sold by samled, shall
%*s be tin ~ ciidOrity with the~ samte.
) 1eI an-ennian I ' eiC ifn aei t~
-coitssin g oif
) A', CR[:.-mi-:t. CfL.\ltilfEl. ST. ClOIXl
AMN) UlULE ANS SUG.\l;,
~.mE.\NSs YI1LP & CfJIla 1 .'.SSES,
NN'IE.iz-:E 1.I) L'iTIl2E l.lCON
'A N) D L),
IITEC WINE~ A NI) A PrI.E VIN EG.\RS, &c.
WINES4 AND LIf~iTORS,
th f.lnin e-bate f ian :ndVni-ts
OI.rd I E f y Co., N I ,4 S i 1 , 3 1,7
AIizar:s iE.ett,E W tI S -19~ . A
. N'i1em :. . S 1se.39 e.v't~~i'
'A t iI. :ll.\ POa; e.\n i )al l'i bcit Y:l W*1 i tiES,
11 3 1. 1 r . .\ 1) Gts th N.t'i ~rs L
.l.\'.! IC .\ N l5 T.r ltiX il' 13
lii.l>Nsi ts.\ iLEIi1 W l'ta z.. K If Y.11 AND'~
.. i a:.e:t...ia , our li :..r,3 . a.-su s t
he itingE t:,l Ien in f.et the ub-tIitt rd
-hlti !O an. p..ro is wn15.ng s.al :'ure
u i.i he i ..!n I . . . a oth shto : te t h:e
CN~; (it. ntDit upe tt!ewuls
ne-, ': l i ei~ior for - en :i pu ir :ircim.
! lIA ni re3iL'ringtn ;,V>sfo ei
purposesij :ge atie nkit~ li-e tr eCdtedoex
Wetbtr keep2 cont~tl on h 20l
T fe, Whtotsid-~o' i udi i wl:n
TlttukeC3.ts alnidI rret liika'kets, c
SIi( il eg le tliiti an I. oes, :t eals
r.-oesoln ing dmadiher's inits, Isat
aLeun' I. e as, lc Noi t . so urb otfe
Wrcscni! th k sate iais.r Clthet, iur andltelt
thne Choars, m nihnrgds, the site-rcr
NE . .n i o;.-. ye.-ho5peI
LeGoai..it Brist iipe andruent paj'e n (
ei..d , Tethi n . i1ehe n41ings&eFr a b .' - I
.. & Tr. p-J.:EGUE., l r agiem.fie
ray 23 viii-1bsaaktaeer.:i oiie
tie sa :llbfoethr ae h-i urhse.
. NEWBY& co:
WHOLES.ALE, AND RETAIL
I rAT , OAPS,
TRUL'VKS, CARPET BAGS, kc.
S I. NEWBY & CO., under the U.
. IS . tt-1. A ts-rA . Ga., are now receiviig
nd 'p9 .-ning the I,.\ RGEST, BIEST and MOST
-.1 llo.\.\lLE A-SORTMENT of
-V]ER ofiEred in the City of Aucnsta, comprising
VERY VAIETY of
'or G n:lenen and Youth's Wear, which for su
,ri-r QUAlTY or MANUFACTURE cannot
Pe surpassed in this or any other Market. In addi
ion to which, we will weekly receive
'rom our Hlouso in New York. We also keep con
mtintly ot hand a LARGE AND SPLENDID
Fouth's & Children's Clothing!
L Country Merchants and ALL PERSONS
risiting Augusta will eertainly find it totheir interest
examine our Stock.ns we are determined to offer
.ur Goouds to the trading public on the most'reason
rV Thankful for the past kind and liberal pat
ron-;e that we have received from the citizens of
dlgetield and the adjoining Districts, we hope to
nerit a continuance of the samne.
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
A ugusta, Sept 24, . tf 36
1'E Undlersigyned haive-associaied with thenm in
the Read y-lade C!othing Business'- Mr; C.
1. DAY and WaM. S. WISE, and will continue
lie same under the name of J. M.NEWsY & Co.
- HORA & NEWBY.
A ug 1, 1S5. tt 37
OrPOSZTY MAsUNIC HALL,
BRO.D STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
xO eLx 2cxAceAc KEmNOTL
Are receiving their full stock f
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
)ur Stock wi:l cn:ipri e all the miost fashionable ar
ie-s, anwithose that enn be recommended for dura
,ility. Alo, n large and superior lot of
lTen's Rip BIOGANS and Wonen's Leather
We feel conifi.lent that we can show one of the
IES1T ASSORTED Stock of Goods that has ever
wiien in our City, nnai rejuest our customers and
'rivns to give us a canl betore purchasing.
A u" *9 - tf 33
rIE EDGEFIELD BOOT AI9iD SHEE
I Il Substeribe; most respeet
Sfully infurns his h friefids thIat
!e is still at the same old Stand,
a. 1imakes ta order,
1oots and Shoes
OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
A!so, on hand, a very fine assortment of -
ilre: s, poub'e Sied 'Water Proof and Quilted
.\ni, ~s u-uil, sa v::riety of thosse FlNE~ Pt.(3P
1100T'S. so mreh and. so ju.-:ty ndmiired.
All of wh.h in futuor,. he will sell at the Low
est l2hri4ce tSir CAShL r~nd CASil ONL Y.
lie will strieth- ndhere to thi< rule in every inistane,
.ml.a enestly trusts that Ni)NE will expret hont to
depart from' it. W M. McEVOY.
_ept _ if 37
Water Proof Ware-House,
.IIA3LBURG, S. C.
TII is Subsec-iber has taken the ..7=
4L2.h% Planteh~rs Water Proof
5Vare-IHouw, foarmer~y ocenpiedl by Mr. -loiis
l'smta, Sr., andt by sti-jet auflndin. to, business hie
hope-s to i rit a libera! share of the. patronnge~ of
the g'-n.rans public of the upper and Cotton-grow
ino: I iistrits.
Thle Waire- I!..ure is aboive hi:;h water marnk, and
mre': .reente fromt Fire than any other Ware I louse
I w~il l' tho tmid to ree'ving an-l forwarding
Goods, ..e . iXrusted to may c::re.
C. I1. IZCNNF.Y.
Unm~ibtur... Se'pt 1.t, 1855S. t- 34 .
'P1 I i IoderA.i:ed revturnoe hts sinmeere thatils ti
. . h frienda: for' their patronge wh le:I 'cented in
II~llar :rm2. hereby infmitms them that lie can bu
!iamml (afit r I st Se:.te::nber next.) at the- 'I'':so o
W A RI!). !'. U11011. It 1 ) & CO.. oppo-it-- tha- M!a
-'tu'e I l-t. .\azp::.:a. Ga.. where lie wou!l be- hippy
e..seennd aeve themn, :and where a FULL and -
Cmrj~lte steck of Dry Goods,
-at i.vs bhe fonil. whi--h~ will be sahl as [.OW
*s front iny !s: in thme City.
M. A. T1.\NSOM1
limnhl.:r. Aity 13. ift 31 -
Theste ..i'e Fnes- and no Mis
I 11 .\'.'-: jt received. s.mie of the best Otard,
I,npunv . 1 0 U.\ N D)Y eva-a oliered in this
market. .\ I-.. ''me Cna-k of OLI) PECACII BR A N
I)Y. fr-ttomi a:. tt County. Geo'rgia, warranited the
iur :ele ini every. patrticular. .Also, Uiglanda~
\lnilt WI i I-tK E Y,- -the pure Seotch.
S. E. ]lOW ER.4, Agent.
lla:bnht. F'. b 18, if 7
N ot i o e.
.\AM damily ree.-iving my Splming Stock consisting
&. if e-:ery artiele usuailly kept in our line of Bus
iess, which will be sold at Messrs. Laimbaek
:'aopear's Cash prmices. Among my Stuek isthe
Best Assorted Liquors and Win.
ivecr ole-redl in l~anmburzr, which wi'll be sold
-ording to quality anad not Brand.
S. E. DO WERS, AGE.T.
Jatn.o if - 3
Carpenter's Sheet System
I." Cutting Ladies' D~resses and Gentlemen's
L /Coats antd Sneks,-ailso. Vests, Pantaloons and
;alte--s, toez,-iher withi Youths, Boys anid Girls
;airments of a:l kin.s :and sty-lei, will be taught to
.:dies mo.1l Gen:lenmen by a
l'ew Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
to as to learn- them to cut with EASE and SKILL
nmy of the above mentioned Gar-ments.
The Copyright of this State has been assigned to
SE0. S. MCN EIL. & Co., of this place.
Persons wishing to at nil themselves of this Sys
em; or wanting information will enll'or leave their
'rders at Mrs. AlcNEI.'s Mliner Estnblishment.
GEO. S. McNEIL & CO.
Edgefield C. Ti., Mtay 30 ly 20
FOR1 T HE L ADIES!
rITE lhave on hand a-great variety of Co'a'gnes,
' V lland kerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
n assorttimnt of Famncy and Toilet Soaps ;
Potmades. Pure Bears Oil, Ilair Tonies, Restorn
ves and H air Dye ;
Prieston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar ;
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Tlnir De
ilatory, &c., to all of which the attentian of the
ntdies is resprectfelly invited. F"or sne by
A. G. &T.J. TE AGUE, Drug'ists.
May 23 ~ if 19
Caution to all..
ALL. reisons in anywise indebted to tiheSubscri
tbers, either individually or collectively. nres
emreby forewarned to settle up at an ear-ly dat.
therwise they will certainly have to settler with ani
~ttorney. We? have a large amou'tnt of mottey to~
aise in a Civeen time, andl arc ntecesarily cominpelledl
a pursue this course. Take heed, the'refeen.. sill ye
rho are interested. . J. 11. dJIENN IN(S
Sept 6 - t . SI -
' Brushes, Brushes!
[ N Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish. Cain
ing Blnders. Tan0ners, Wh'itewnsh, Criamb.
)usting and liar II' shes and Comtba-Fh-lsh
Irushes and tr Gloves-Nulil, Tuoth and Shtavin -
Irushes, &c. .orsee5y *
A4 &T. J. TB EA E Druggist. -
M ay 233if 19
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