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Father ! by thy spirit teach us ;
Lead us on from graco to grace ;
Let nut sin or e vil reaoh us,
Till wc sec thee liico to face.
S !..!..g iu theo, our souls enlightened
v With thy Spirit's inward my ; .
Siroug in theo, our pathway brighton'd,
Lri^utonii?i* to the perfect day.
IL'ly Father ! bo thou near us;
lu temptation bring relief;
^V?ll. tho hope ..f' glory elinor u*.
1\"hcn our SJUL arc lotvc-d with" <j:ief;
To ihc nuie' s'reams ilircet u.
Cid us re.st ii; pas:iir.-r? >crven ;
Through the barren ivu.->le protect u*
?I.ty we on thy besoin lean.
The following beautiful pusssngc is from
tin* pen of Dr. Gufhri? :
Home! T" bi- home is the \vi>h of the
seaman >ni stormy .seto, and lonely \v:tlcb.
Hume is the >vi>h ed'tb;* soldier, mid
tender visions 'mingle with thc troubled
dream. of trench and Held. Whore thc
palm tree waves it-' graceful plumes, and
hirds.of jeweled lustre Bash, and dicker
from among gorgeous flowers; the exile
sits staring iip^n vacancy ; a tar away
h'?me lies tm his heart; and borne, on the
wings td" fancy, over intervening sens,
and hinds, br has swept srway to home,
and bears the kirk sing above bis fat her"s
fields, and see. his fair-beaded boy broth
cr, with 'ight. foot and childhood "s glee,
chasing the butterfly by his native stream.
And in his best hour?, home, his own sin
less home-a booie wit ii Father's above
that starry sky-will be the wisMtif every
Christinu wan. tlc looks around him
the world is full of sufferings he id dis
tressed by its sorrows, and vexed wit!
lits sbis. Me looks within him-he find,
much in his own corruption to grieve Ihr.
lu tho language of a heart repelled,
grieved, vexed, ho often turns bis eye up
wards, saying, " 1 would not live always:'
No; not for-all the gold of tbe world's
mines-not for all the. pearls of her sea;
-not for ail the pleasures of her flashing
frothy cup-nor for thc crowns of bei
kingdoms would I live always. Like ?
bini about to migrate to those sunny land:
where no winter sheds her snows, 01
snips the grov?, or binds the streams
he will often, in spirit, be pluming hi:
wing for the hour of his Hight to glory.'
They aro motherless ! Ob, gently, gent
ly, keep back those bitter words. Aver
that cold, cruel stare. See you not th
quivering of the grieved lips! Mark yoi
not the tearful eyes ! Alas ! that sorrojf
should ever make a child's heart it
They ari motherless ! Stranger hand
ministering to their daily wants ; strange
hearts wearying of the irksome duty !
No fond sweet kiss ; no warm embrace
No gentle words of comfort and love
No soft folding of little hands in prayer
Missing the low sweet cadenee of he
voice : missing that tender "good night. ;
seeking, seeking, seeking, all in vain, tba
ark for the weary dove-a mother1
Draw thc lillie forms near to you
heart! Pillow the aching head upon you
bosom ! Think of your sunny childhood
' your mother's earnest love ! Pier genii
CHrc-her patient forbearance-her pr(
cious forgiveness. Then, only in kind
ness let your hands rest on each honore
little head-only in love reprove thu
stricken little flock !
Oh, let jjours be the hand that sha]
lead them tn the green pastures, and B;
the still waters of thc precious Saviour'
love ! Let yours be the blessed benedk
tion, " Inasmuch as ye have done it unt
mc." .Remember the angels do alway
behold the face of our Father In Heaver
Then, it may be. that a child's bund sba'
lead you to that. Heavenly home, i
child's hand place the crown upon you
Speak gently to tho motherless !
A weight uf woe th?y bear;
Greet them with looks of tenderness,
Oh ! add D"t to their care,
Speak gently to tbe motherless,
When t?ai? their eyes bedim:
Remember who hus bid thom " come."
Aud lead thom uuto Him !
Thuu yours shall that rieb bles.+ing bc
" Friend?, ye have done this unto me."
Christ Loved His Mother.
The last thing I have to say about th
character of JXsus Christ is, Ile. love
.His mother. The Saviour was nailed t
the cross; the whole weight of His bod
was suspended from His lacerated limbs
and there He had to hang, hour aftt
hour, till life actually sunk under tri
power of suffering ; but even here II
didjiot forget His motlier. He gav.* i
the most touching manner possible. Hi
dearest friend a charge to be kind lo he
to protect her, to take care of her as lon
as she should live. He did this', howeve
almost by a word ; for under such ci
eumstance, it was tort ure to speak. " Bt
hold thy mother." That was all ; but
was enough. Now let me ask each on
of my readers, whether young or oh
who has a mother still in life, as you sin
this book at the close of this paper, to g
and devise some act of kindness au
affection tor her in imitation of the dyin
example which the Saviour set us. JD
something to cheer and comfort hei
Evten if it fe no very substantial act e
kindness, it will bring gladness to th
heart, as a memorial of your kindm. :
A DELIGHTFUL LEGEND.-There a char re
ing tradation connected with the site 01
which the temple of Solomon was erected
It is said to have been occupied in com
mon by two brothers, one whom had
family ; the other had none. On this spo
WHS sown a field of wheat. Un the eve
ning succeeding the harvest the when
havingjKsen gathered in separate shocks
the elder brother said to his wife, ",Mj
younger brother is unable to bear thi
burden and heat of the day; I w 11 arise
take of my shocks and place them wit!
his without his knowledge." The young
er brother being actuated by the samt
benevolent, motives, said within himself
u My elder brother has a family, 1 have
nono ; I will contribute to their support
1 will arise, take my shocks and place
them with his, without his knowied?e."
Judge of their mutual astonishment when,
on the following m..ming, they found
their respective shocks undiminished.
This course of events transpired for sev
eral nights, when each resolved in bis
own mind to stand guard and solve the
mystery. They did so j when, on the
; following night, they met each other half
way between their respective shocks,
with their arms full. Upon ground hal
lowed by 'such association as this was the
Temple of Solomon erected-so spacious
and magnificent, the wonder and admira.
of the world! Alas! in these days, how
many would sooner ?teal their brother's
TijiE.-" A million of money for one
inch of time," said England's proud Queen
Elizabeth, while filled with remorae in
her dying moments; but ail the wealth
of the world could not p?rchase a single
Young woman, are you improving your
goldeu hours so as to save yourself from
vain regrets by-and-by, when the falal
archer lets fly the HI row of death and cuts
short your dream of life? You have
heart sympathies to cultivate, mind to
educate, powers to make active for goody
and influence to wield for the right and
the true. How much of your time is
absorbed by lof:y aims and Hubie stri
Voung man, can you afford to waste
un hour in idleness and frivolity ] Can
you nip ?rd to neglect your opportunities
of storing you" mind with useful infor
mation, of making solid acquirements,
arni preparing yourself thoroughly for
those high efforts that win success in the
great undertakings of life 1 You have a
groat, deal to do, before you attain to
ymir majority, in order to inout the just
expectations of society. You haw..to do
with a fast age, to share in operations
moving with..lightning speed and you
j must Iv capable ol'quick decisions and
t?risk movements, tor time and tide will
not wait for you. livery hour not need
i cd for reposts .iud recreation should be
I tilled up with bent fi ta to yourself and
others. Ac! upon this bini, and you will
Mess us for dropoii:*! it. Here is an old
saying and a true, one, which you will do
weil to fix in your memory: "Who
Idiom nothing in his thirtieth year, it
nothing in his fortieih, has nothing in his
fiftieth, ieanm: nothing, and comes to nolh
MARK-AUE.-1 never, says Airs. Childs,
saw a marriage expressly for money that
did not end unhappily. Yet managing
mothers and hear, less-daughters are coi*
tinually playing ihe same unlucky game.
1 believe men more frequently marry foi
love than women, because [hay have ?
frue choice. I am a fyi id to conjecture how
lame a portion of wolmai many because
they think they will never have a bcitei
chance, and dread becoming dependent
Such marriages do sometimes prove toi
erably comfortable, but a greater nutnbei
would Lave been far happier single. I
I may judge by my observation of sue!
matters, main mg for a home is a mos
tiresome way cd' getting a living.
RECREATION.-Speaking of the differ
euee between sport and eYissipatiou, dan
cing and-old-fashioned playing. Edwart
Everett has remarked. " that the A m er i
cans, HS a people-at least the profession
al and mercantile classes-have too littli
considered the importance of healthful
generous recreation. They have nc?
learned the lesson contained in the. von
word, which teae.'ies that the worn-oti
man is recreated, made over again, b;
the reasonable relaxation of the strainer
faculties. Tin own upon a new confinen
-cager to do the work of twenty centu
turies in two-the Anglo-American popn
la:io:i has overworked and is dail}r ovei
working itself. From morning till nighl
from January tn December, brain am
head, eyes and fingers, the powers of tl)
body a i id the powers of lite mind, are i
spasmodic, merciless activity. There i
no lack of a few tasteless, soulless dissi
nations, which are called amusements
but noble, athletic, sportsmanlike out
door exercises are too little cultivated i
our town and country."
KEEP nt Goon HUMOR.-It is not grea
calamities that embitter existence; it i
the petty vexations, the small jealousies
the little disappointments, the minor mist
ries, that make the heart heavy and th
temper sour. Don't let them. Anger i
a pure waste of vitality ; it is always du
graceful, except in some very rare case;
when it is kindled by seeing wrong dun
to "another ; and even then noble rag
seldom mends the matter.
Gon's .] UDGMENT ANO MAN'S .ll'DO.MEST
-Comparing ourselves with others, w
may have kept our places in all the pr?
pricties of life, and neither in act nor ii
lentiou given any legitimate ground fo
reproach to be cast upon us. In the. ey
of man. we may be blameless and j r.sist
worthy ; but what shall we think of th?
ordeal when our secret sins are placed i
the light of God's countenance: and hen
shall wc be prepared to meet it, but h
examining our spiritual condition, not b
the fitful glare of man's opinion, but b
the enduring "light of God's" most hoi
LtFK.-Men rejoice when the sun i
risen ; they rejoice when it goes down
while they are unconscious of the deea
->f their own lives. Men rejoice at seein
he face of a new season, as the arri vi
of one greatly desired. Nevertheless tb
revolution cf the seasons is the decay c
human life. Fragments Of drift-woo
meeting in the wide ocean, continue I?
geiher a little space; thus parents, wive:
children, relatives, friends and riches r<
main with us buta>hort time-then sept
rate, and the separation is inevitable. N
monal man can escape the common lot
ho who mourns for departed relatives ha
no power to make them return. Know
mg that the end of life is death, ever
right-minded man ought, lo pursue tha
which is connected with ultimate bliss.
KEEP TRYING.-The way to success i
to keep on trying. The desponding shoul
remember that time and patience couver
thc mulberry leaf into satin, while
handful of acorns only need (he fosterin,
influence of a little sunshine and a liltl
rain, with a little ox lugging and a litil
genius, to become a frigate with two row
Deal gently with those who stray
Draw them back by love and persuasion
A kiss is worth a thousand kicks, r1
kiod word is more valuable to tho los
than a mine of gold. Think of this an<
he on your guard, ye w ho would chase tc
the grave tire erring brother.
New Spring Trimmings
JUST received, and for sale at August* rctai
price.", a complete assortment of the latcB'
stvle?, and most definible pmu-rns nf
Lakes' Dress ?.nd Cli.uk TRIMMINGS ;
?RAID, CORD. EDGINGS;
FRILL?. r.Dcy arni plain;
Press BUTTONS in crtat variety;
An<t many ofhor article* too numerous to men
tion, st tJic Kdgefielu Variety St?<re.
P. F. McEWEN.
March 27_tf_ 13
AFRESH iopply "f Italian MACCARONI;
Cbcwinz and Smoking TOBACCO;
POWDER in FiH.skd:
FISH HOOKS, Ac, Ac.
S. JI. MA NO ET.
Mar 27 Lt
T> BUY FANCY flOODS, PHOffR PFR- j
.PUMBRYof all kind?, fm* 'J OIL RT AR: !
TICLEi, and NOTIONS GENERALLY, ii ut
tho _ VARIETr J
KaW if V j
Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
We are offering to our cus7,
tomers the most approved
kinds of the above, varying
in price from ?20 to $120,
according to kind and size.
Every Stove or Range will
be guar?ntccd to operate per
fectly as represented at the
time of sale.
Wm. Shepherd & Co:
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 18G6, 9
Our Stock of the above com
prises almost, every article for
comfort and convenience in
house-keeping, and we shall
be hnppy to show the goods
to all who will call upon us.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866, 9
ed Pails Cedar Pails, Cocon
Dippers, Rat Traps, Wash
Boards, Wash Tubs, Plough
Lines, Cotton Cards, &c, foi
sale low by
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
%Aug?sta, Feb 1866, 9
Biscuit Ovens, Biscuit-Spi
ders and Extra Oven Coven
of all sizes, for sale at low
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb I860. 9
JOHN A. HOUSTON, W. E. MIUDLKTO?
HOUSTON & MIDDLETON
No. 1Q9 Broad St.,
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE
RESPECTFULLY announce lo their friends <
Edgofiold abd neighboring Districts tbi
they ?re n?w in receipt of a VERY LARGE an
SUPERIOR assortment of
EMBRACING EVERY ARTICLE in tho lint
and wh'.ch we are offering ut the LOWEST PR]
Prompt and personal attention pivon to tb
?ale of COTTON and COUNTRY PRODUC
We will bo pleaded to sec our friends and t
show them our Stock of Go. ds.
Augusta, Apr 10 Itu 15
Tax Assessor's Notice.
?WILL bo at thc time and places hereinafti
mentioned to make tho Asse Sf ment on the A
scssable property of the District, consisting i
Lauds, Lots. Lands and Buildings in Towns an
Villages, Manufacturers, Spirituous Liquor?-, Co
ton, Turpentine, Ac.
Liberty Hill, Wednesday 25th
Shatterfiold, Thursday 26th "
Roundtree'g Storo, Friday, 27th "
Plenfant Lane, Saturday, 2Sth "
Meeline Street, Monday; 30111 ?
Mrs. Allen's, Tuesday, 1st May
Dr. J->bn Mubley's, Wednesday, 2d "
Mrs. Norris', Thursday," 3d "
George Addy'.?, Same ?vening. 3 o'cl
Mrs. Gibson's, Trida}*, 4th May
Mt. Willing, S.-turday, 5th .?
Mieklor's, Monday, 7th "
Huiet's Store, Tuesday, Sth u
Perry's, Wednesday 'Jib "
Coleman's X Roads, Thursday, Loth "
Richardson's, Friday, 1Kb "
Mrs. Culbroath's, Saturday, 12th "
Coopersville, Monday, 14: h "
A. Kemp's. Tuesday, l.r>th "
Dorn'.?' Milln, Wednesday lath "
Edgctbld C. H. Thursday, 17th "
After which limo try A-FCS. incut boo!*? will clo?
Persons making returns will bear in mind th;
returns must b-3 made with refereneo to tho fir
Books open at 10 o'clock, A. M., and close at
o'clock, P. M.
Tax Assessor EdgoGeld Dist.
Mar 21 ? tf 12
THE CAROLINA EVANGELIST,
A BAPTIST WEEKLY PAPER TO BE
PUBLISHED AT OllAXUEBURU, S. C.
THE Subscribers propose to commence, in tl
cary part of Juno, the "publication of
BAPTIST WEEKLY, to be called "THE CA Rt
In addition to articles and items of a do no m
national character, it is designed that it sha
contain reading matter of general intorcst.
It will equal in sizo tho "Confederate Bu pt is
(lately published in Columbia), und will bo ci
lurged, if the iiubsci iption list should be ou dicion
ly incroarcd to warrant the change. It will 1
printud nu good paper and in cloar tvpe.
Subscription prico TnREE DOLLARS PE
Thura who are fnvorablo to thc publication i
tho EVANGELIST, will pleaso endeavor to ol
tain Subscriptions, and forward names of Sui
scriber*, with their Postofliues, to Oraogoburg, ?
C., addressing either of the undersigned.
B. W. WHILDEN,
Pastor of Orangeburg Baptist Church.
THAD. C. ANDREWS,
Publisher of Tho Carolina Times.
April 4 , tf U
Good News from Mexico
THE Subscriber respectfully announces th?
bejs prepared to do ALL WORK in the
Coach flaking and Repairing
All kinds of REPAIRING dono promptlj
and warranted to give satisfaction.
He has also on band a large supply of Pint
Black Walnut and Mulberry COFFINS, ncatl
Untidied, which ho is prepared to deliver in un
pai t of thc District
As he bas to pay CASH for everything he ha
to liuy, ho will ruiiuirethc CASH, or its cquiva
lent, on delivery of tho work.
Liberty HUI, Apr 2 tf li
Notice to Distillers.
BY the recent Act of Legion tu r?, persons dis
1 tilling Spirituous Liquors from grain, aro re
quired to pay to tho Commissioners of Publii
BuilJings, a license of Two Hundred dollars foi
each still so used.
Persons interested will plc-.asc come forward an>]
pay tho ?imo. Tho.law will be enforced ag.iiusl
nil who f:.il to do co. By order of I he Board.
. S. F. G OODE, Sec. and Treas. C. P. B.
Jan 24 tf 4
ALL persons indebted to tho Estafe of JOHN
QUAT I'LEIl A UM, dee'd., will pienso mnko
immediate pflymenr, and nil persons having de
mands a rains t the said Ii- Ute aro requested to
proscnt thom, duly atteste?!, to tho undersigned at
the Into re: ide nco of thc deceasod, on or bc foro
thc 30tb day of Jan?.iry"18C7, as thorn will bo a
iiti/il 'settlement of tao E-tntc on that day.
SIMEON COO-BURN, Ex'or.
.Tan St? d ly. Jb
ON HAND a su; ply of IO, 8 a>-d 6 PENN V
NAILS. J. JL CAWlLlj AJCO.
GROVESTEEN - & CO.,
THE attention of tba Public and tbe trade is
invited to our NEW SCALE 7 OCTAVE ROSE
WOOD PIANO FORTES, which for volumo and
purity of tone nro unrivalled, by any hitherto of
ferod in this market Tboy conloi" all tho mod
orn improvements, French Gra'jd Action, Harp
Pedal, Iron Frome, Over-Strung Bass, Ac, Bnd
each instrnmont being mndo nndcr thc personal
supervision of Mr. Ti H. GROVESTUES, who has
had a practical experience of over S5 years in
their manufacture, is fully warranted in every
Tlie "Grovesteen Piano Fortes"
received the award of merit
over all others at the celebra
ted World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments from the best
makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadel
phia, Baltimoro, Boston and Now York; and also
at tho American Institute for five successive
years, tho gold and silver medals from both of
which can be seen at our ware-room.
By tho introduction of improvements we make
a still more porfect Piano Forte, .end ty manu
facturing largely, with a strictly cash system,
are enabled to offer those instruments at a price
which will procludc all competition.
PniCES-No. 1, Seven Ocbirc, round corners,
Rosewood plain case, $2/5.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round cornerp,
Rosewood heavy moulding, $300.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corners,
Rosowood, Louis XIV style, $325.
Terms: Net Cash in Current Fund*
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
New York) Oct 19 [A.?c.]ly 43
fl Y THE
?Ki GIFT MTi!
180 BROADWAY, NEW YOfiK,
Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings,
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Diamond Pins, Diamond Ringa, Gold Bracelets,
Coral, Florentine, Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Cameo
Ladies' Sots, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver
Extension Holders, Sleeve-Btfttncs, Sets
ol' Estuds,. Vost and Nock Chains, Gold
' Bings, Ac. Valued at
DISTRIBUTION is made in the following manner:
CERTIFICATES naming each article and its VALUE,
aro placed In WSAIiED UR VKLOPJ?t?, whlc? aro wV'll
mixed. One of these Envelopes, containing thc Cer
110031*: or Order TOT some. Article, will bo delivered at
our office, or ?ont by mail to any address, without regard
to choice, on receipt of 25 Cents'.
On receiving the Certificate thc purchaser will see
what Article lt DRAWS, and its value and can thon send
ON li DOLLAR and reeeive the Article named, or eau
choose ASK OT?EB ono Article on our List of the same
CST" Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES, may
in this manner, obtain an Article WORTH FHOJI ONE TO
FIVE 1IU.NI>HKI> DOLLA cs,
which they need not pay until it ls known what is drawn
and its value. Entire Satlsfactiui Guaranteed in all
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would call attention to the fact of its being tho Origina
and Largest Gift Association in the country. Wo arc
therefore enabled to send FINEH COOM, tint" gi ve bettor
chances lo obtain the wore taluatlt price?, than any
nth,* establishment ol' tbe kind. The binine>s contin
ues to bc conducted In a fair and honorable manlier,
and a large and greatly Increasing trud? in proof thal
our patrons appreciate this method of obtaining richi
amt elegant go "K
Daring thc past year Ibis Association has som a very
larg.' number of valuable prizes io all parts of the coun
try. Those who patronize ns will receive tho full value
"f their inouey, a* uo article on our libt ii worth les;'
tban Out- Dollar, retail, and th. re are no blanks.
Parties dealing with UK may depend on having prompt
returns, and the article drawn will be inmediately sei.I
to any address by return mall or cxpruv.
The followingpartics have recently drawn valuable
prizes from the Eureka Association, mid have kindlv
allowed the use of their names, many other names
might be published were wc permitted :
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadelphia, Penn.,
Oil Painting, value, $100; .Tames Hargraves,821 Broad
way, New York, Oil Painting, value, 1100; E. F. Jones,
Barrett, Marshall Co- Kansas, Melodoon, value $?1)0 ;
Patrick J. Byrnes, Waterbury. CL, Gold Watch, value,
?125 ; J. F. Shaw, 224 East 24th Street. Now York, Plano,
value, $33.1 ; Mrs. Chas. J. Nevis, Elmira, N. Y.. Cluster
Diamond Ring, vnluc, $200: Mrs. IC. Pennoyer, City
Hotel. Nashville, Tenn., Melodt-on, value $123; Oscar
M. Allen, Co. B, 149(1 Beg. Ind Vols., Nashville. Tenn.,
Watch, value, $35; Howland S. Patterson, Co. D, 10th
Iowa V?L Volunteers, Oil Painting, ralee, $100 ; Mrs.
Abbey <T. Parson*. Springfield, Mass., Melodeon, vainc,
$150 ; daniel L Dexter, City Surveyor, Syracuse. N. Y..
Gold Wntch. value. $150; Mrs. damos Ely, 177 Wooster
SL. cor. Bleeker, N. Y.. Oil Pa'nting. value. $1D0 ; Mrs.
.T. C. Coles, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sliver Castor, vainc,
$40 ; Dr. J. R. Sincluir, No. 4 Main St, Utica, N. Y.,
Framed Engraving, valuo, $25 ; Hon. Luther Detmold,
Washington. D. 0 . Oil Painting, raima $100.
Letters from varions parties throughout the country
acknowledging the receipt of very valuable glfls, may
bc seen on fl'o at our office.
TOBE SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH,
Without regard to r./iw, ami not tobe paid for until
you knole ir/iat yon iriU r?crit*. EACH.
5d Fine Bose WM Pianos, w..rth from $250.00 to 500.00
60 Mclodcons, Rosewood Cases. 125.00 to 225.00
100 Fine Oil Paintings. 25.00 to 100.00
100 Gold Hunting Caso Watches. 75.00 to 150.00
150 Diamond Rings. 50.00 to 200.00
250 Ladies' Gold Watches. 60.00 to 85.00
450 Silver Watches. 25.00 to 5o!00
200 Fine Steel Engravings, Fraraod.. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Boxea. 12.00 to 45.00
1(10 SilvorRevolving Patent Castors.. 15.00 to 40.00
loO Silver Fruit and Cako Baskets... 15.00 to 85.00
500 Sets Sllvwr Tea and Table Spoons 15.00 to 80.00
2,5t'0 Vest and Jiock Chains. 5.00 to 23.00
2,500 Ladles'Silver Porte Moonies_ S.00 to 15.00
8,000 Silver Butter Knives,. 8.00 to 7.00
2,000 Pairs Ear Rings, (new styles). i .50 to 6.00
8,000 Gold Ponoilsand Tooth Picks.... 3,00 to 8.00
8,000 Onyx, and Amethyst Brooches... 4.(>0 to 10.00
8,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches... 4.00 to C.no
1,000 Masonic Pins. 4.00 to C.50
2,000 Fine. Gold Wntch Keys. 8.50 to 6.50
5,111.0 Children's Armlets. 2.60 to 8.00
2,500 Sets of Bosom Studs. ,1.50 to 5.00
2,500 Enameled Sloero Battons.... 2.50 to 10.00
10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings l.OOto 5.00
5,000 Stone Set and Seal Rings.... 2.50 to 10.00
5,000 Lockets, all sizes. 2.00 to 7.00
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jowelry. S.00 to 20.00
4,000 Watch Charms (each). 3.00 to 5.50
5.000 Gold Pons, Silver Ex. Cases 4 00 to 6.00
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scurf Pins 3.00 to 20.00
2.000 New Style Bolt Buckles.? 4.00 to 0.50
2,000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains 6 00 to 20.00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 7.00 to 14.00
2,000 Suts Ladies' Jet and Gold... 10.00 to 20.00
10.000 Gold Crosses. 1.50 to (5.00
0,000 Oval Band Bracolots. COO to 20.00
4.000 Chased Bracelet?.. 5.00 to 16.00
2,000 Ball Eardrops, all colors. 3.00 to 5.00
5,000 Fine Gold Pens.,. 2.00 to 3.50
2,000 Jet and Gold Eardrops. 3.00 to 7.00
2,500 Long Crystal Eardrops.. 4 00 to 8.00
2,000 Geld Pons..'. 3.00 to 6.00
A CHANCE TO OBTAIN ANY
OF TUB A li of Ii ARTICLES for ONE
DOLLAR BY" PURCHASING A SEAL
ED ENVELOPE-FOR 25 Cta.
t&T ('ive si-nb.il Envelopes will be sont for $1.00;
Eleven for $2.'Xi ; Thirty for V>M: Sixty-five for $10.00;
One Hundred for $15.00. AQENTS WANTED EVERY
.WHERE. . . :
Our patrons aro desired to send United States money
when it I? convenient. Long letter* arc unnecessary.
Order* for SEALED ENVELOPES must In.every
ease be accompanied by ibo C*sir. with thc namoof the
person sending," and Town, County and State plainly
written. Letters should bo addressed lo tho'Managers,
GOODWIN, HUNT & CO.,
Box 570C Post Office, New York.
Fob. 23 . 3'ni 0
To Farmers arid Planters
AM in tho ro?rt-pt for
TON and PRODUCE.
J *?U-B ^.^*'**L?|^*! thc-purchase of COT
3. ?. BOWEKS.
Sjynbnrg, feb i
.t? $ A
3TEEL PE*f WORKS,
Factory; CAMDEN, Ni J.
.R. E?IERBRCOK & CO,
403 ARCH STREET; PHILADELPHIA,
42 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK
THESE CELEMtATED PENS^ara of Genu
ino American Manufactura, uud comprise
tvery leading style in tho Market, and aro equal
io finish, elasticity and fineness of point to tho
host imported. They are, therefore, suro to gain
the confidence of the American public. .
S:itDpl<-1 and prices on application.
Lots made to order, of any pattern or stamp re
For Sale to tho Trade at tho Manufacturer's
Warebcu.es, as above; and at retail by all Sta
tioner?, Booksellers and News Dealers in the
R. ESTERBROCK & CO.
Mar 13 ?m ll
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
THE Subscriber bas just received an assort
ment of these beautiful Rosewood finish
METALLIC BURIAL CASES and CASKETS
Air-tight and indestructible-for protecting and
preserving tho Dead-which ho will sell at but a
moderate advance on original cost and transporta
tion. Wherever introduced these Cuses have tho
preforence over all othors.
C^Ordors promptly Ulled. Terms, of course,
strictly Cash. ' -J. M. WITT.
Edgeficld, Mar 13_tf ll
THE Subscribers respectfully announce that
they are now preparod to do all work in tho
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that may bo entrusted to them, in a work
manlike manner, and with neatness and dispatch.
We have on hand a few CARRIAGES aad su
perior BUGGIES, of our own manufacture, which
wo will sell low.
All kinds of REPAIRING done promptly and
warranted to give satisfaction.
As we sell ONLY FOR .?ASH, our pricos
aro unusually reasonable. AH'WB ask is a trial.
SMITH & JOIVES.
Mar 7 t? 10
B. SMITH & CO.
JUST opened at MOUNT VINTAGE, (the late
residence of Mr. F. O'CONNOR,) a varied as
Dry Goods ?Sc Groceries,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
AND ALL THE USUAL ARTICLES KEPT
IN COUNTRY STORES.
jJBS^Goods not on our shelves will be procured
at short notice.
TERMS REASONABLE, and a fair share of
Mt. Vintage, Doo ll 6m50
SAIE Al I?VER? STABLES !
I. IV. TEAGUE,
SEDGEFIELD, S. C
HAS leased tbo Whitaker Stables for the pur
pose of conducting a goneral SALE AND
LIVERY STABLE BUSINESS.
HORSES left in his charge will rocoivo thc
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES and HACKS, and
good gentle HORSES, to hiro whenover called
DROVERS will find ampio accommodation at
Feb 14 tf 7
THIS WRINGER has again taken the FIRST
PREMIUM in the Great Fair of tho Ameri
can Institute-it has also taken the FIRST PRE
MIUM ot the State Fairs of New York, Vermont,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Il 1 i n o i
Kentucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut River
Valley Fair, Champlain Valloy Fair, and at most
of the County and Institute Fairs throughout the
Over 200,000 have boon sold and are now in
use in the United States, and ?oe never heard of |
ono that toa? not liked.
Tho UNIVERSAL is suporior lo all other
Wringers, in having large rolls of solid India
Rubber, so protected by strong COGWHEELS thot
they cannot slip or break tooee from the shaft. Its
strong wood trame oannot be broken, and does
not rust or ?oil the clothes. Eve*# Universal
Wringer is WARRANTED.
We select a few testimonials from persons
widely known to the public, wbo speak from ac
tual experience, and aro above suspicion of mis
" My family would as soon give np the cooking
stove as tho CLOTUZS WRINGER. It cannot be too
highly recommended.-[Solin Robinson.
" This is tho first Wringer I have f<?nd that
would stand the servico required of it."-[J. P.
Huggins, Lovejoy's Hotel.
" We think tho Machine MUCH nour, THAN PAYS
FOR IT8EI.F EVERY YEAR IN THE SAVING OP GAR
MENTS. We think it important tho wringer should
be fitted with COGS."-[Orange Judd, Editor of
" I heartily commend it to economists of time,
money and contentment."-[The Rev. Dr. Bol
Large Wringer, "A" 912,00
Medium " . "B? 10,00
Doty's Washer, Family Size, 14,00
" " Hotel " 18,00
Merchant? or good canvassers can make money
I rapidly selling-them in every town. Exclusive
sale guaranteed and liberal terms given to res
ponsible parties-who first apply. Descriptive Cir
cular and terms sent free.
Tho celobratad DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER,
which bas just taken tho first premium r.t the
groat Fair of tho American Institute, is also told
by tbe undersigned.
K. C. BROWNING,
. No, 317, Broadway, New York.
ALI, persons anywiso indebted to the Estate of
E. T. DAVIS, deo'd., aro rcquosted to call
on T. H. Clark, Esqr0 my authorized Agent and
Attorney, und settle. And thoso having demands
agu ?ny t the laid estate will please present them to
my aforesaid Agent and Attorney properly ?.t
tcsted. NANCY L. DAVIS, Adm'ir.
Mar 20 tf 12
For Old and Young"
tTIAVE on "hand a largo and choteo varioty of
?PK?TACLES. InMiVjHng :P>tenr -Percscrfpio
T.RNS and co'iuino Roo'cb PEBBLES. Also,
EYE GLASSES, EYE PROTECTORS, Ac.
" Givo me a call. I otto suit your Eyes. '
D. ft MCEWEN.
Oft 3: t? 4% ;
M. Ii. BONHAM, r
Morney at Law and Solicitor in
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Jan 29 tf '5
OHN E BACON. M. C. BUTLEB.
BACON & BUTLER,
LT T O UNE YS AT LAW
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
Till Practice in the Courts of this State, and in
Jan 30 . lm 5
?U. II. PARKER han jim returned from
tho North with a NEW SUPPLY of MA
PHIALS for all the LATEST ?nd 'MOST AP
.ROVED STYLES OF WORK done in this
Sept 5 . tf SC
The Friends of Cont. A. P. WEST respcctfnl
>. announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff of
2dgefiehl at the next election.
Nov 7 te* 45
^SErMVe havo been authoriiod by tho Frionds
>f Capt. II. BOULWARE to announce him a
Candidate for Sheriff of Edgefield District at the
Apr 12 '.te? 16
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friend? -of'D. A. J. BELL, Esq.,
.cspeetfully nominate him as a Candidate io
Tax Collector at tho next election.
Oct 13 * te 43
For Tax Collector.
THE many Frionds of Capt. JAMES MITCH
ELL respectfully nominate him as a Candidate
for TAX COLLECTOR at the next oWtioo.
' Doc ? ! te? 50
WEST'S IMPROVED PUMP.
Anti-Freezing, Double-Acting, For
cing and Lifting.
THESE PUMPS have now been in gonoral
usc, a number of years, and give botter sat
isfaction tbun any other, and are recommendedst
THE BEST I
Ey CAPTAIN ERICSSON, and other eminent engi
neers. Wc can refer to thousands using them, and
guarant?e that all will recommend them. They
arc more ?imple in construction, and work easier,
and cost less than dil others.
'?Our-readers will find thc double acting, improved
Pump of J. 1). West & Co., one of thc best in market
Il is very ?imple, works to a charm, so that any child
may use lt ; throws a steady, continuous stream, .and
does not freeze in thc coldest vxpoMirc, and isnnusnnlly
cheap. We say this knowingly, and give Die testimony
of our own accord, without tbe knowledge or request ol
the proprietors.'"-A". Y.Ecminy J'ott, July lut, 156JJ.
J. D. WIST it Co.-We ure pleased to state that tht
Pumps wc hud of you, abau: a year ago, have been iii
constant us?, 12 hours each day, und raise for the use oi
our woolen factory, about one hundred and fifty gallom
per minute. They work with hut little power, compared
with pumps we have used before, und do cot get oat ol
repair, and arc satisfactory in all respects.
DUNLAP it/03 l*F ACT UR IN Q CO."
SOLON ROBINSON TO TUE FAHITEII'S CLUB, JAW. 23:
'. No Farmer who owns a well ox cistern can possibly
afford to bo w ithoul an Iron pump. It should be ut onct
a suction aud force pump-a perfect little engine-sued
a one known as ' West's Improved Pump.' i speak oi
this pump, because I happen to know lt tobe very sim
ple, durable, powerful aud cheap, and it dont freeze ut
nor get out of order once a year. I Imow this and thin!
1 may be doiug thc farmers good by speaking of it. A
boy ten years old can work it, and throw a continent
liich-and-a-quartcr stream. It can. be made lo work II
deep wells as well as In shallow ones."
U CHAT NECK, L. I.. 1861.
"I have used this Pump for one .iiioiiuer and winter
exposed to the northwest wind, coming over Lou? Islam!
Sound, beim? the coldest pcuihle exposure, mid at i <
timo did it freeze, nor were we nuable at any lime t<
pump water willi great ease.
v . H. B. McILYIAN."
"Thc undersigned having oed "West's Improved
ramps, cheerfully wsacMMM th eh) aa ?Impla. Ul-M?
and powerful in raiting and throwing water, and foi
their ease of action, security against frost, and low price
we believe them superior to all others.
WARBEN LELAND, Mel. Hotel, N. Y.
J. W. POMI1KOV. Yonkers, N. Y.
JOHN MKSSEI*. AIT. N. Y.
DOMINICK LAWRENCE, Winchester/
From Uta New York Observer
" We have hail in use for months past one of West's
pumps, which has given us more satisfaction ns a (bret
and lifting pump than any wc have ever used. Il is om
of great power, and well adapted for ship'* decks, mines
factories, greenhouses, graperies, etc- The AlMtn
Chronicle and Huilwaij Journal says : It ts recommcn
dod for its extreme simplicity of construction, grea
strength and cons?quent durability and cheapness ot' ri .
pair." There i.? no stuning box-the pressure being heb
by a cup-packing like upon ihoworking-pidon, workin;
in a cylinder, titled for the puqio.-e within Hie upper ai!
chamber-which we think a great movement, s* r.iiiffiu>
is so liable lo bc deranged amTleafc under strong pr. asim
to say nothing of the Ml by friction Incident thereto. I
hus also two Hirchambi rs- thus tho action af ihevalvi
is cushioned upon bolh tides bv air-preventing waler
hammer and vacuum-thump. The valves are very ne
cessible, and slmplp-tind cheaply repaired. They wori
easier than any pump we have ceer seen : the -1 ineh cy
Under being worked by children in weds one huiulrc<
feet deep, and as they are extremely cheap, as well ai
simple and strong, we freely recommend them."
uCAJi?ninr,r. MINC, N. C.. Juno 2.*>, ISM.
J. D. WEST it Co.-O'tnl*: The Purni) which 1 ordern
for our mine is received, and put to work in our tinderla;
shaft, which we ure sinking Wc find that one man will
with ease, lift ll fi y callous per minute. W-e lifted in ihre?
and a half hours all thc water In the shall, wbieli mei.
nures even twelve feet and thirty feet deep, and itwu'
full when we commenced. It answers our expectation!
in every respect. It will do great service with but triflim
expense for repairs. Yours, respectflilly.
"Thia may certify that I have been using nt my men
ufucture for the last four years. West's Improved Pump
I now have In usc, three of said pumps, one of which h
i kept constantly at work 24 hours of each day, (excep
Sundays,) and has been running for the past two yean
I pronounce them unhesltantly, thc beat pumps that havi
been brought to my notice, having used many other
previously, They arc simple lu their construetlnn, am!
not easily disarranged.
New York, Oct 12,1S63. JAS. A. WEBB."
Wo have plenty moro such certificate?, but thick
these are enough. For Pumps, Hose, Pipe, Ac,
Ac, address or call upon .
J. D. WEST & CO.,
40 COURTLAND ST., NEW YORK
ty Orders may bo sent through the AUERIUAB
ADVERTISING AGENCY, 3S9 Broadway, New York.
Mar 7 lm 10
THE Subscriber having bron appointed Agent
GERMANIA, HANOVER, NIAGARA &
REPUBLIC FIRE INSURANCE
Of New York,^tho aggregate Cash Assetts of
which ls NEAR THREE MILLIONS OF DOL
LARS-is prepared to take risks against loss or
damage bp Fire on liberal terms.
2. W. CARWILE, Agent.
Feb 13 tf 7
State of South Carolina,
Nancy Adams and others, Applicants') Petit'nfor
ve I Par. and
Thomas J. Vaughn and wife Carolina f Sale of
and others, Dofendants. j Land, Ac.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Elizabeth
wife of John McDonda, and Caroline, wife of
Thomas J*. Vaughn, Dofondants in the above
stated case, reside beyond tho limits of this State,
It is there Toro Ordered that they do appear and
object to tbe division or sale of the Real Estate
of Abner Adams, deceased, on or before the 25th
day of Jnue next, or their consent will be entered
of record. W. F. DURISOE, O.B.D.
Ordinary's Omeo, Mar 30, 1866. 12tl4
Direct and Fresh.
JUST received direct and fresh, a largo stock
A, B and C SUGAR;
RIO COFFER, a first rate article:
SUGAR CURED HAMS;
CLEAR SIDES and SHOULDERS ;
MESS MACKEREL in Kitts;
Snperior TEAS, Ao, &c.
Als?, always, on hand a splendid article of CA
SAL FLOUR, nt tho loweit market price.
8. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Mar 27 tf 13
rHE CREDITORS OF THOMAS PITTS,
dee'd., are notified that a Anal settlement
rill be had on his Estate, in tho Ordinary's OMI s
or Edgefield District, on tho 26th MAY NEXT.
AH'persons haviu; deiinnds airainst the said
itdate mutt |> usent them according lu law on or
.?fore Ih-it day, other?i.-e thor wi'l he excluded
rom p?jinout. Tm?WAS JONES, I
A-eot for JU A. Pitt* E*'ar. I
?tibi? An " fi
TEXAS! TEXAS!" TEXAS I
TnE tendency of immigration in the whole
country, North and South, is now towards
Texas. The desire is universal to know more of*
this promised land. ? newspaper that gives re
liable intelligence of affairs here, the condition bf
tbe country, etc., should bo welcome to thousands
of people in the older States. This newspaper is
THE HOUSTON TELEGRAPH,
Published at Houston, Texas, Daily, Trj-Weekly
and Weekly. It it;? large double-sheet, of the
same size as the New Tork Herald, Tribune and
World. Besides the news of the day, it, devotes
a large space to Texas Intelligence. To this de
partment it bas over thirty paid contributors, in
every part of the State, besides an exchange list
embracing every paper in the State. It is pub
lished at the following rate? f
PKR YBAtU 'PER MOTH.
Daily, SIS 00 $1 50
Tri-Weekly, 3 ZOO -100
Weekly, 5 00 ; ' 50
And for shorter pcri< ?1.- in propurtioD.
Mechanics,, farmers, capitalists, railroad and
steamboat men, artists, teachers, etc., come to
Texas, and welcome to bor fertile fields and geni
al skies. We have'room fir twenty millions, and
will not be crowded. * ?
For the Telegraph, address
E. II. COPHING, Publisher,
R. H. GRIFFIN, Bus. Manager.
Mar 19 ' 2v* 12
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD"' DISTRICT, - -
Rich'd. T. Parks, ")
vs I Bill to make title,
Wm. D. Jennings, S Cancel Mort, Spcc'f.
C. L. Bis ie, I Perf., 4c.
W. Ii. Parks and others. J
r' appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
dants,-W. D. Jennings and J. A. Bass, are ab
sent, from and reside-beyond the limits of this
State, On motion by Messrs. Ans tv k WRIGHT,
Complainant's Solicitors, ordered that the said
Defendants do appear and ph ad, answer or demur,
to this bill within three months from tbe publica
tion hereof, orin default thereof, judgment will be
rendered against them pro confeuo.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
March 5, 1866 Sm . ll
State of South Carolina,
Wm. A. Strother, Adm.'or, ") Bill to call in Cred
V8. ~ I ?tors, Dis. of Assets,
Sophronia Clark, et at, j Par'n. and Relief.
BY virtu of an ?der of the Court in this
cause, ll and singular the Creditors of Jap'.
WM. E. Ci \ IK, dee'd., are required tn pref enc
ind prove tuoir respective claim? within three
months from this dato. Such as fait te do so will
be barred from all benefit of tte decree to ho
pronounced in this cause.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.E.E.D.
Com m'rf. Office, Mar 8, 1866. Sm 12
State of South Carolina,
Eliza Adams and others, Ex'ors, ") Bill for Cen .
vs. . > struction of
N>.ncy A. Adams and othots. J Will and Relief.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Josephus
E. Children and his wife ?arah E., two of tho
Defendants to this cause, reside beyond the limits
of this State, On motion by Mr. W. W. ADAMS,
J Complainants Solicitor, Ordered .hat thc said Dc
fendants do appear and plead, answer or demur
to this Bill, within three months from the publi-'
cation hereof, or in default thereof, judgment
will be rendered against them pru COM/V**?.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.r.
March 1 1?66 . St 13
State of South Carolina,
Tho Stato of South Carolina, 1 Bill to perpetuate
Ex rclationc thc Solicitor J testimony in tho
of the Southern Circuit. j matter of docum'ts
J lost or destroyed.
ON hearing tho Bill in this cato, and on mo
. tion ol Leroy F. Yunnan*, Solicitor of tho
Southern Circuit, It is Ordered, That all persons
interested in doetitnents'of apy description, lost
or destroyed during the recent var, tho proof of
.Those existence, loss and cuten ;ur any of them,
vests in t?te memory of witnesses, and who desire
to have evidence taken and perpetuated in regard
beieto,~b~rre twrc-te-oomo beforo the Court for
? his pnrpo'c, by making written application un
der oath to the Commissioner.
Z. W. CARWILE, C. E. E.O.
Mar 12,186?. 2ml 1
State of South karolina*
James Bodie, and 1
Nathan Bodie, et al. \ imi fwr P".n.
David Bodie, Adm'r., ot al. j
?T appearing to my sau?.action that Ibe Defer.
dants, Dani. Holsonharke and bis wife Mary,
-Parduc and his wife Elizabeth. Gil >ert McCay
md his wife Margo!ct, P?-nica horton and the
Chilrfrtn' of E'ijah Bodie, de;'d., -.hose names
ind nu ml er are unknown, reside beyond the h'm?
?ti of this State, On motion by M<csrs AXi.ty k
Wright, C< inp. Solicitor?, It ii> Ordtrcd that tho
iaid Defendants appear within three months from
che publi. ?rion hereof, and plead, antwer or de
nur to tl Ja bil', or judgment ? ill bo rendered
igainst them pro eonftrto.
Z W, CARWILE. C.E.E.D.
Commissioner's Office. Pcb 12 3m 7
State of South Carolina,
Robert Hatcher and wife Perme- f
li- Hatcher, James Morris and j
Lucy Morris, et al, [ Bill for Par,
vs. I Acct, k Relief
Alfred Hatcher k Samuel Posey, I
Adm'or., et al. j
IT appearing to my-satisfaction that the Defen
dants John Hatcher, Martin Phillips and wife
Polly, Benj. F. Hatcher, Joh:a Carpenter, --
Hardy and wife Elizabeth, Benjamin Thomas and
-Powell and wife Lucy, rebide beyond the
limits of this State, On motiot of Messrs. ABNEY
& WRIGHT, Complainants'Solidtors, Ordered that
tho said Defendants do appear and plead, answer
or demur to this bill within taree months from
tho nphliration hereof, or in default thereof, judg
ment wilt be rondered against them pro conftuc.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.E.E.n.
Feb. 28, 1866. Sm 9
State of South Carolina,
Wm. R. Hatehor, et al.
va. )> Bill for Par'n.,
Alfred Hatcher, | Acct, k Relief.
BoDj. Thomas, ot al.
reappearing to to my satisfaction that the De
fendant; John Hatcher, Polly Phillips, Martin
Phillips, John Carpenter, Elisabeth Hardy and
her husbnnd-Hardy, Benjamin Thomas, Lu
cy Powell and her husband-Powell, reside
beyond the limits of this Sta te, On motion by
Messrs. ABNEY k WRIGHT, Complainants' Solici
tors, Ordered that the said Defendants do appear
and plead, answer or demur to this bill within
three months from tho publication hereof, or in
default theroo.O judgment will lie rondered against
them pro con/etio.
Z. W. CAJiWILE, c.E.E.n.
Feb 28, 1866. Sm 9
State of South Caroline,
James Hatcher, "j
v*- \ Dill of Ecvioor, ace*, de.
John Hatcher, ct al. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
dants, Benjamin Thomas, Elizabeth Hardy-ni
her husband-! Hardy, Lucy Powell and her
husband_Powell, rctide bayoud the limits of
this State, On motion by Messrs. ABNEY k
WRfcnT, ComplV Sofr'*, Ordered that the said
Dofendaats do appear, plead, answer pr demur to
this Bill within throe months fr?m tho publication
of tbic nrder, or in defno? th? r*of judgement will
be rendered against th?? pi o eottf?oto.
Z. W. CARLILE, C.E.E.D.
Feb 58 18ftt _Sm _
To the Public.
DF. WcEWEN, having received a COM
. PLETB ASSORMENT OF WATCH
MATERIALS, would r.spec!fully inform his
frionas and tbe public generally that ho is now
prepared to execute, with dispatch, all work
Watch Impairing Department.
AU work dont? hy him will be warranted.
Allitvles-of TIA IR WORK and SOLID GOLD
JEW.TvT.RY made to o;der.
TERMSSASH-.. N?.? work will "be'allowed to
lt?\r* ihm Sb op until paid (ne.
OrlU' tl 1 44