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UraetSpeech by the President.
NEW VOKK. August .i0.
The Banquet to the President Inst nie.h*
wis a splendid affair. Auwint* tliiise presen
were Grant, Farragut. Seward, Welle?, Rous
seau, Mexican and Brazilian Ministers, A. T.
Stewart, Astor, and upwnr.ts ot t-vo bu d:e.
prominent citizens. Ill? Preaident bp..ke a
great length, and said, in the ct.orae ut' hi.
remarks, thu the Government went lo wai.
for i lie express purpose o preserving the L u
iuii ot these S nt?-?, atm iii.it the Govcrniuetil
iiu-l e-iab islie.l the aieal lae! that the State
Lave not tue powe.r ur the rif?ui ei.?cr b<
forcible or peaceful n.e.ms to separate tr m.
eacn other; Out ?he Congress-bas pract call
av>uinei, an 1, up jo the preseui time, carrier,
um the doctrine. Uat the Government was
daubed, abd the>?e States were out of fbi
U. ?un. We denied their rii;hi lo s> cede even
peaceably, and now we lind when these S ates
erek again tu renew their practical relation.
with ihe Uaion by eendiug representatives
to Contre-.-, there ate n e > ia that body
who, in violation ol our great charter ot'lib
erty, refuge tondrait them. Tbc question is,
will we submit, will tli3 American people
submit to this practical assertion ol the doc
trine they repudiated and overthrew ny the
war V That, ??sue is before y-.'U. :f we sub
mit to thi* we give the lie direct to every
position taken by us sinco the war commenc
ed. Ho asked, in the " spirit ol' christianity
and sound philosophy," if "we are prepared
again to see one portion of the country ar
raved against the other in deadly conflict, or
shall we make every effort to m.ite the whole
country ia harmony and brotherly affection.
Referring to the Philadelphia Convention, hu
said thc last evidence that can be shown ol
loyalty, are loyal pr fessions and loyal actions,
and when those gentlemer, met in Coavei.
tion, from the North and South, come for
ward and profess devition to the Union and
Constitution, and whet. tLeir sciions and pro
fessioas orrespond, whj sliall dare to doubt
them? Have we reached that, poiut that all
conlideuce is lost in men? li we hare, i
tell you that your Government is not as strong
as a rope of ..-au:l ; it has no weight, and will
tumble to pieces. Tue adhesive p-we- ol
tlii.j Government is in the confidence which
Che people put ia cacti other. He said the
South had accepted the arbitrament of the
sword and lost, and wanted to return again
to the Union. He did nut want to se.i 'hem
?...ine back degraded and debased, bat wanted
them to come with all their manhood. They
have again taken np the Constitution, and ask
I hal its laws shall be enforced. What, then,
wa3 the cause of distrust and lack ul confi
dence in them 7 There is r.o causo. He
also :.aiJ General Grant and himself had
fought for Union at one end of thc line, and
now they were figuring tor it at the other, and
(irani was not ia the (??ld ; he was-doing
equally good service, [laughter and applause.J
he said, if our three thou-?nd millions cf debt
could be paid only by the consolidation ol
our nationality and the perpetuity and union
of the States. In conclusion, he said th'
demonstration iii New York confirmed .him
ia his opinion that the people wi'i take care
of the G m'rrytne.nt, i-i.L ---
? renrprto cliecic their purpose had better stand
out of the way. For himself, be hail reached
th? summit of his ambition, with ono excep
tion. He said there is but one thing waut
ing. Would you hear it? [Cries o?uj9i.K]
At this particular crisis and period of our
.histe ry, when the Stites are in p ri!, if I can
be the instrument in the hands of the people
cf restoring this Union and making it com
plete, causing thc Government to re com
mence its glorious and mighty career of pros
perit and greatness, V will be willing to-ex
cls: . as did Simeon of old, when he saw the
b- oom in the manger : ,: I have seen the
, y of Thy salvation; let Thy servant de
part in peace.'" [Enthusiastic applause.]
That being done, ray ambition is complete
I ask nothing more. I would rather Jive in
history-rather live in the affection and hearts
of my countrymen, as having consummated
the great end, than be President ot' the United
States forever. Here the audience broke in
to an irrepressible barst of applause, and on
tile call of General Sandford, gave three
cheers for Andrew Johnson, the restorer of
the Union. After a drive through Central
Park, the President and General Grant took
a boat at Manhnttanville for Albany.
. EXODUS OF FREEDMEN*.-On Tuesday af
ternoon, a body of freedmen, about thirty in
number, some of them having their families
with them, took.their departure from Green
ville. They have been employed to work cn
? plantation in Florida. Others will follow
soon, we understand. In tho present pros
pective scarcity of food, this movement is a
temporary relief ; but we fear that similar
drafts upon the labor of this section of coun
try will in time produce a very serious auuoy
RADICAL VENTILATION'.-Thc Senate has
been discussing-a bill to appropriate ono hun
dred aud seventeen thousand dollars for the
ventilation of the Senate Chamber. We real
ly think an appropriation to ventilate the
Senate would be most appropriate. Howev
er, the Chamber is doubtless full of foul air,
for have not Sumner and his followers been
speaking there, for, lo, these many mouths't
Btu that sum ? a large one. We* supposed
Hercules would have cleansed the Augean
stable for a less amount. YeJ, wc must own
that Senators are the best judges of the con
di lion of the apartment which they have be
There.is an organization of freedmen in
this plate, whose obje?-. is to ferrot out, and
punieh crime among themselves. Upon learn
Mg that a negro hcrse-thief had passed
through the place yesterday, a member ol the
organization put out in pursuit, and soon had
the thief in limbo, and delivered him up to
t'ae pursuer. The negro had a horse and
buggy, which' has been left here subject to
the demand of the owner.
The same organization took up a shoplifter
the other day, and as the proof was positive,
they promptly applied to him a ('os; of Mos? s
law. Far better this than a provost court.
Wry few darkies will risk a second appear
ance before thia body.-Cheraw Advertiser.
SAD ACCIDENT.-We are pained lo learn
that a sad accident occurred on the morning
of the 27th matt at Dantzler &. Antley'srnil?,
Jamison's Turn Ont, by which oue negro was
ki I ed, another had his leg broken, and ?Mr.
Levi faabinet had his thigh badly fractured,
and his son's leg was broken.? The causfTof
if was the blowing up of the mill stones, and
Mr. Jno. W. Dantzler barely escaped with
his life. Wo have not learned any further
parlioulare, but hope that the injured will
recover.-Orangeburg Times, 2iith.
PttESENT TO GBX. R. E. LEE.-A splendid
saddle was recently forwarded from New Or
leans tb Geh. R. E. Lee, as a present from the
lion. Mr. Connelly, M. P., who was a frequent
visitor of the.Geueral'-- during the war. Tho
saddle is of the English Horse Guard pattern, '
with holsters, valise, pockets for writing ma- I
tenais, and a "splendid shabraek of Astrac?n j
wool, bound with red cloth. The heidie and
breast strap are spcciraeDs of adra; rabie work- j
mao ship, the whole forming1 a useful and wor- j
thy prefect, J
PERSONAL.-We had the pleasure,^ last
night, of meeting Gen. M. W. (Jury, of South
Carolina, eu route for h.?me In m a rustication
at thu Y.iginia Shrines. Ui^-fKii#^gt!ie
same g.-ninl' and i:a.-tiu g tpiliL ?s ' I voie,
when, at tte head of his ^alunit .-brigade, he
bore the reputation of-ono of ihe lirst of our
Confederate sabreurs. Entering service as a
captain, he lought up to a brigadier general
ship, commanding the famous Hampton Le
cion, atur tbe promotion ol' Ger.. Wade
Hampton, ?ts original leader; and then being
.-pei i Jly s? lecied for a picked ?.valry brigade,
luis o ce was, as will be remembered, which
lived ih.i la?* ?un ht Aopatiattox, and at its
uead Gen. Ga-y eut his way out of the Fede
ral linen on tue nitfllt cf the surrender, dash
ing tnroigh the Filth Army Corps and reach
ing. Greensboro in safely. Uere his sabre
was put nt the disposal "of President Davis,
.ind'with ibo last hope of the Confederacy
. mr Md dragoon remained lill the star of
our hope? ?et in the clouds of irremed:ablc
iiscs:? r. Such a man, true a? the steel ol
uio sabre, it ?loes one good ?0 meet i.i these
Jay? of tquivt.eaMi u and caul.-Augusta
TH ? A D V E R T IS E R.
JAMES T. SACON, EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, ISGO.
The Musical aud Dramatic Entcitnin
The Sioricid and Dramatic Entertainment,
4fioken i?f mm? weeks ?go, for thc purpose of
?Ung fu :ds to repnir tho Episcopal Church in
hi.-pljfo, will tate pl?;ce ou Thursday evening,
September 2?tb,in the Odd Fellows and Masonic
Accession to the Ranks of the Baptist
On Tbu-".".?y bis:, at Gilgal Church, about 12
ui'es from bur town, fifty-two whites, besides a
la-ge number of blacks, were baptized.
O t the past SaMrdiiv, Thirteen white persons
.vere baptized ai fis plaee, by Rev. Li TURU lt.
We bear of many ' protracted meetings, both
among Methodists and Baptists, in different puris
of thc Di-tricl ; and we understand that well
nigh all of them are resulting in the addition to
thc Churches of unny m w members.
The Legislature afscmbles this e vening (Tucs
!?y) at S o'clock. Gov. ??oxnA?aml Gen. BUTLER,
tSottw-) Repmontalives who live in our villag'i
a-e already gone. Wonder if this Legialature
will go immediately rc work to consider thc con
dition of thc people, a condition which needs such
-peedy and positive action, or if they will dawdle
lint wi di thc stains of thc nigger. Tu a very
.erUiin tli?n? that we white people do not Know
our statu- i.i any political respect, aud until
this is established, 'there certainly need be no
great straining to attend first to thc political
rights of niggers.
- ? -.>- ?
Still in Luck.
Wc ring tho kindness and generosity of JOHN
AHAMS, Esq . who lives not a hundred miles from
old Dunlonsvillo. Ile lins sent us a gn at and
grand Muskmelon, the first we have seen this
season. X?t t>ne of your slim, slick-rindcd, mag
ne.-i i-ta: ted things ; but on the contrary, hnge,
rotund, rough, sugary. Very Huge We ?ll fling
bim our thanks from hero to his house. Hope
they'll hil him pleasantly.
Jone?- A- Norris.
Willi particular pleasure, we call thc at ent'n.n
of the peoplo of our District to thc Law Card of
Mes*'*. JUNKS A NORRIS, to ho fo.?ud in another
column. LA M BK RT JUNKS, IVO , of Newboriy is
loo well known hereabout a to need uny introduc
tion. Au'ttKO NORRIS is a son of our honored
fallow citizen, MILTON NORRIS, Esq , of tho Ridge
Ile is a voung gcmlfcman of thc highe.' t nnd
-teadict charg er, and thc possessor of n min i
of ?ineo?Dinon practical and business-like power.
?Ic will soon sit up hi? rest among us. Wc most
honestly wish him all success.
Tm Mi hi Vlr*-*^
"J The tnigbiy truth of which wc now speak is
that GRAY A TenLEY, of Augusta, next door to
?he Masonic Dall, are baring their Etrong right
arms to do mighty deeds in the Fall and Winter
See their now advertisement in this number of
ourpajicr; great, grand, and glnring. We mean
thc advertisement, not the paper.
He who advertised well, doeth most all things
well. ^Ie hath a sound, clear head ; ho buyoth
well, bc selloth well : he generally hath fine ta .?to ;
he cboosetb well his good.-: bc flourisheth, he
groweth ; he waxeth in wealth and honor; he
dcaleth fairly und honorably; he-is honored of
tho community in which he lives; and he is
blessed (a great thing!) by all newspaper men.
So it is of GRAY. So it is of TURLEY.
Umbi it not. Or if you do, goto them, and
your doubts will sc%n be removed.
A bold and fierce outrage was perpetrated in
thu Beech Island vicinity ono night last week.
While Mr. JOHN GLOVEU, an unmarried man, liv
ing alone, was asioop, two or three shot* were fired
through the walls of his bouso ? one of them
wounding his in thc hand. Immediately lfter
this, ruffians-perhaps black and white-en
tered the house, dragged Mr. G. into the pi
azza, beat bim until they thought they had
Jellied him, robbed his body (or may be his bouse)
of $<00 in gold, $20 in Greenbacks, notes and
papers worth macy thousands, and his wetch.
The lobbers then lied. Since this, two negro
fellows K ivo boen lodged in our jail, supposed to
be of the^ ruffianly porty. Ai the sajpe time, was
brought uti und ro-committod to jail a white man
named ALLEN, who broke jail somo weeks ago.
This man ALLEN WOS originally lodged in jail
upon a charge of horso stealing ; stealing a horso,
if we mistake not, from this same Mr. GLOVER.
Whether or not ho was caught with the said ne
groes, or any whero in Mr. GLOVER'S neighbor
hood, we have not been able to oscertain. .Vir.
GLOVER lies low from his wounds and bruiies.
He w.ill however, in all probability, got well. His
notes and papers havo already been recovered,
"ot so of thc money and watch.
Manget & Harrison.
S. II. MANGET and H. B. HARRISON have formed
a morcantilo copartnership, nnd respectfully so
licit, in another column^ a share of public patron
age. These young gentlemen! aro PO woll known
in this community ns to need no word of appro
bation from tu to give them popularity and pat
ronage. In their own right they already possuss
every qualification for su-cess. Their stock is not
excelled, in low price or good quality, ia this
part of the country. These new beginners dc.
srrvc to be remembered by the community.
Grent Boot, Shoe and Trnnk Empo
At 1S2J Bro id Street, Augusta, next door '.o
Mrs. Frederick's famous candy shop. Tho pro
prio or is Mr. M. COHEN. IILS curd in to-day's
I paper ia highly interesting. In tho boot, ?boo
! and trunk line, bc has not inly a large and most
complet-; assortment, but his finer goods are al
j ways of thc highest s'ylo aod fushun, ilia es
tablishment is already brilliantly replenished for
the coining season. We impress his name and
local habitation upon the minds of our reader?.
M. COHEN, 1S2J Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
The Tubal Coin of Augusta.
Mr. P. MALONE. Ho is an artificer in brass
and iron. Rend his card. , Peoplo np this way
will not probably wont large bells and banefsomo
! iron vorandahs, but those other things-those
Columns, and Girders, and Pipes, and Polleys,
and Gin Gear, 4c, Ac, Ac.,-we have no doubt
many are now ruminating as to whore they shall
buy them. Mr. P. MALOIE of the Augusta Fonn
dry, is now the great source and fountain of BrnFs 1
Havana letters of the 18th' ?tato that the
slave trade is on tho increase; 700 Africans had
been landed at ono r?-?e.
Monday last was Sale-day. In times gono by,
this Sale-day in Septombcr was a great occasion.
Our public squire u?ed literally to swarto with
men. Xi?t so now. Man and beast aro.too light
ly fed in those days to make unneecssary.trips to
town. And if they are lightly fed now, what will
thoy bo next year ? . Echo shrieks out in appall
ing tones: what? * -'
Eut still there were a good many peoplo present
on Monday. And having waited long and vainly
for something to turn up, wc went out into the
cn.w.t to turn something np ri rt nrun'* ; but with
no fU"ce-s. Items arc a scarce commodity just
now. Good ones nre quito out -of tho question ;
and even those of secondary importance are al
most unattainable. But things will soon go bet
ter. Wc arc to haYc an extra session of tho Leg
islature, and perhaps a Convention of the people;
and tho dirty Radicals aro to hold an opposition
Convention in Philadelphia : and thc conserva
tive 1'nion General.-' and Soldiers omi Sailors arc
to hold'ii Convention at .Cleveland, Ohio. It i<
hi)d io tell what a day may bring forth. The
events of to-d iy aro scarce worth a pnst-ing no
tice: those of to morrow may s?artlo and shake
thc globe. Q ni cn ?nbc f ?
' But wc havn strayed far away from our Sale
day narrativo. What happened then? Sheri!
Snnr.s sold three or four small parcels of land
and Commissioner CAHWILK, threo or four larg?
ones. Among tho latter, was the extonsive am
valuable landed estate of thc late Mrs. CIILOF
WATSON of tho Ridge, lt brought' someti.inf
very near $12,< 00 ; und was bought by her grund
son Capt. ROBERT WATSON. Tho town house am
lot of thc late EDMUND PKXN, Esq., was bough
by Mrs. S. V. GOMMNC for SLI'.O. A good look
iog bty horse was offered for sale at public out
cry, but notwithstanding a vast quantity of out
cry, no shadow of a bid could ho got for him
Who wants to buy horses to lie down and dio o
What elso? When crops were mentioned
gloom overspread every countenance. From wba
we could gather, tho rust, in the caro of cotton i
about to complete tho ruin commenced by tb<
drought. We found people-still harping upon tb
debt (incition :-ar. well they may. Every mai
queried hin neighbor to know what he though
the Legislature would do. Public opinion i
overwhelmingly in favor of a Convention of th
perhaps people have becomo tao poor even t
buy liquor. We ray so because we saw only on
or two who appeared to be at all ." bifurcato<
ibrougb the tonsils willi hot shots from a blu
ruin ilccantor :" tillich is a phrase we caught u;
as wc sloshed around, and which means drunl
Perhaps we caught it from Gen. GARY ("'ob
MART") who has just returned from his Virgini
and Maryland tour; and who enlivened the fa ;
end of Sub-day with a most entertaining accoun
of his "esplites" along Mason and Dixons line
We meuu his " explites" of tin'? summer, whei
bc appoar?d as an amiable carpet knight, instea<
of a bold and fearful iabrenr. The General as i
well known, is not only a man of valor, but
man of humor.
Whatelso? Wc noticed that nine men out o
ten came aad went on Mulebirk. Thia used t
bc a raro thing. Nothing elsi:. Selah!
Rt?seuc Their li?mes.
Aro any attending to tho call of Prof. Riven;
tbe Agent appointed by tho State to mako a coi
red Roll of South Carunna'* gallant dead ? I
matters no', whothcr our lat? struggle shall b
calli-?! Treason, Rebellion, or Insurrection, we ar
not. ashamed of it : and in aftir years it will b
the chiefest pride of a Southerr (perhaps wo mig!
with propriety say Americar.) citizen to clair
kindred ?iib, or descent from, those who fough
who bled, who diod, on its glorious battle fields.
^ From thc fact that the archi.es of tho Conreo
orate Government were captured, and many c
thom destroyed, by tho enemy, it is probablo th:
wc shall never bc able to obtain anything like a
approximation of our dead and missing from th.'
sourc. Thc parent?, the relatives, the friends, (
these heroes then must furnish. tho list. An
this wc 3ire-t"rft ie ka*-?--? r- . a <*? -ran
"Hull patnatism, to departed worth, and to th
claims of Posterity.
Well do wo remember that Cowan from th
District died like a hero in thc first and noble!
defence of Secessionville. P. B. MCDANIEL <
thc gallant Major ABNKV'S Sharpshooters, fell o
tho desperate field of Pocotaligo, in the front ron
of our Forlorn Hope. WALTER II. KIRKSEY, th
son of our fellow-citizen E. P. n. KinjcsKY, wini
a boy of only sixteen summers, accompanied th
7th Regt, under Col. BACON, to Virginia; bein
discharged thence on account of ill health, h
joinod. at Columbia, tho 22d Regt., which WI
just then organized by Col. JosEi-n ABNEY; prc
ceeded to Charleston with his command, was sc
Icctcil, as ono of tho detail of Ten to aid in witt
standing the attack upon Scccs-ionvillc ; stood b;
tho side of COWAN when hcyicldod up hislifc; froi
exposure and fatigue, contracted a fatal roalad]
which, at thc Augusta Hospital, on tho 26th Jun
lSi>2, and in tho I7th year of his ngc, termine
ted hie brief but honorable career. A like fat
befel bis brother, BRYANT P. KIRKSEY, on th
lOth May 1S65, at Gainsboro Hospital, N. G. J
departed also in the 17th year of his ago, possess
od of all tho heroism of his elder brother. 'Twa
but thc other day that wo heard Major ABNE
speak in earnest and eloquent terms of thes
youthful brother?, and lament that such name
and such examples should not bo rescued fror
And JACOII BOZIER, who perished in Virginu
Ile was distinguished as one among the mos
steadfast and intrepid of all tho soldiers wh
* fought on thc lines between tho Savannah an
the Potomac ; and there were few fortresses an
few battle fluids in this wide expanse of countr
that djd not witness a display-of his courago an
And why do wo mention theso gallant spirits i
particular? For of course there oro hundreds c
others, whom wo do not now call to mind ; c
whom wc never %eard : perhaps will Merer heal
Our reason is this. Of tho death of theso jowcl
of the State,"wo do not remember to have seen s
much BS a common obituary notice, or a bar
mention in thc Journals and Repe rta.
Wo conclude therefore thus : It is the duty ?
all patriots, of all who glory in the rcmembranc
of Southern devotion and self-sacriCcc, of nil wh
lovo tho " Lost Cause," to preservo tho names an
the memory of their dear children and friend
from forgetfulness and cold oblivion.
In this number of thc Athertincr will bc foum
an account of tho glorious meeting of soldiers ii
Anderson, and thc organization thero of a Sol
We earnestly exhort thc hundreds of bravo sol
diers in Edgefieid District to consider the object
of tho Andorson Association; and then to mee
together.and form a like ono hero.
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Iiettcr and Better.
Each succeeding number of tho Southern Cult i
tutor-tho best agricultural paper extant-evluce
an evident improvement on former numbers, anc
clearly demonstrates that its Editors and Pub'
Usher aro real lire energetic businers men,-mei
too well competent to fill the important posts thej
occupy with ore lit to themselves, nnd'grcat ad.
vantage to their patrons. The Septeinbcmumbei
has the following Table of Contents:
ACIMCILTIRAL - Farm Work for Sept.; Cotton
Culture; The Cultivator-Rieo Lands; A True
Bill; Prices of Commercial Manures; Fermented
Food f?r Pigs ; H ;w a Lady should sit on a Horse ;
ASI Invalid's Fm diing Experience ; Silk-Anew
Branch of Indurtry; Cultivation of Tobacco;
Management of Freedmen ; Improved Imple
ments; Pulling Fodder; Rat Poisons; Cahbngo
Worms; Agriculture, .tc, in Texas; Howe'n Cot
ton Picker; Subsoil Plows, Ac; Sea Island Cot
ton- Inquiries; Tho Crops.
EDITORIAL.-Business Notices; Trichine; Ex
II o HT i c u LTD n A L.-Tho Garden; Grapes; Irish
Potato ; New Roses ;
HousEnoLD ECONOMY.-Little Matters; Mustard
THK FIRESIDE.-Rachel; More than She Bar
gained lor; How to be Unhappy.
, Annuls, WM. N. WHITE, Athens, Ga. Terms,
$2,00 per annum ; SI for six months.
ty Jersey lightning ia to be hereafter known
?a needle-gsm waister. <
? President Jonssoy; attended by Secretary SEW
An?, (Jeni. .GnAXT,^ndi considerable number of
oiher ilisMnguishcd/incn, ls malting n tour fran
.Washington to tho groat^metropoHs of tho North
West, Chicago. By this time, they have arrived
at their destination. Tbeir'routo wa3 northward^
through Baltimore', Philadelphia, New York, up
tho Hudson, Albany; then'wcf?ward through the
State nf New York. Wo read of them last in
Rochester. Their whole journey ha? boen ono
grand ovation. Municipal ?nd civic ceccptions
processions, military displays, speeches in eily
halls, Speeche* on rail road" platforms, speeches
from car windows, shouts, hurrahs, applause, fran
tic public endorsements of tbe President's course
and policy ; dinners,.suppers/ serenades. In but
one placo lins any ?ot bf mon given him tho cold
shoulder-Philadtlpbia. Hero tho. Radical city
council and thc Radical association of Corn Fac
tors refused to gi v.o.-him aVpublic reception. Thc
people bowovbrjaan'c up for itrtboir demonstra?
tiens were enthusiastic bcyonct*all precedent.
A Well Known Grocer nnd Winc-Sellcr
Mr. A,STEVENS of Augusta. Look elsewhere
and read his category of good things. Stock
always incomparable Located in the heart of
business. Now in full blast. Let no man who
crosses thc bridge from Edgc'field to Augusta, re
turn with thc indiscretion .opon his head of not
having visited the establishment of A. STKVKSS.
Foreign News.--By ihe Cable..,
ST. PVTEBSUDRG, August 31,
If. Grosdcr, who presented the address'to
Mr. Fox, in behalf of the Russian Peasantry,
said, in case of necessity-Russia would un
furrher banners by the side of that of the
The cholera is spreading in Russia.
LONDON, August 31.
The 13th hussars and 54d and Cist infan
try are ordered to Canada. Possibly more
troops will follow=
BERL?N, August 31.
It is rumored- that the Elector of Hesse
Mjrxicn, Aogbst 31.
Both the Bavarian Chambers have approv .
ed the treaty, of peace. In-the House of Do -,
puties Herr Mahone 6poke, favoring a close
union with Prussia.
LONDON, August 31-P. M.
The Times of to-day. in a lengthy editoria',
congratulates Pr?sidant Johnson on the de
liberations and action of t?ie Philadelphia
Convention, detailed accounts of which were
received by thc steamer yesterday.
LIVERPOOL, 31-P. Vt.
The threatened raid by the Fenians into
Canada bas received serious notice po the
part of the British Government, which is tak
ing active precautionary measures. - Three
batteries of artillery have lately been sent to
LIVERPOOL, September I.
Cotton market dull, and prices have de
clined a quarter ol a penny per pound.
Sales estimated at 7,000 bales ; Middlinc
Uplands, I3}d. r.ceadstuffs mnrket dull ah3
unchanged. Provision market unchanged.
Durant and Brownlow Bant.
WASHINGTON, September I,
Durant, of New Orleans, and Brownlow
spoke nt a inasj meeting, in Philadelphia,
last nigh!. Thc former said that Governor
Wells, under directions from Washington,
filled every office with men who had given
aid-and comfort to Ute rebellion, cither in thc
field orlte Cabinet, and so well did he sue
ceed that, in the following year, no man was
elected to the Legislature who would not
have considered it an insult to have been
called a_Union man.
Immediately were seen the direful conse
quences; odious distinctions were made in
every direction ; emancipated slaves were
oppressed and justice or.right in the case of a
citizen of African descent or Union princi
pies, in most quarters, could not be obtained ;
and this was one" reason why loyal men turn
ed their attention to the thought of re con
sphiwu* ??a r??*-""'ian nf ]I gftJ-IR-,--L*
that tho President's interference in affairs ip
New Orleans produced the terrible results of
July :>0tb, ana that loyal men were .fleeing
to the North for protection and free speech.
He asked for thc enfranchisement of the
negro, without whose aid, he says, the loyal
white men of Louisiana cannot recreate a loy
Hon. Wm. Kelly said he wished to intro
duce the great and vulJiant Gov. Brownlow,
who, in tbe course of his brief remarks, said
thc present Congress was the most patriotic
body in the world, and never had been ex
celled by any but the present Legislature of
Tennessee. He further said : If another war
comes, I want you to divide your army into
three parties, let the first and largest come
armed with baipoons aud do the killing, let
the second come with live torches and do the
burning-let the third come with surveyors'
lines and remark out and re settle the coun
try. These ere my sentiments.
The Mobile Time* says a number of old
resident Mobile nogroos have called on the Mayor
of that city, and otTcrod their servicos to suppress
any riots that may bo caused among tho less pru
dent and sentible of their brethren.
Tho water of the Ohio at Cincinnati haf
assumed a light green color and an unwholesome
odor, and thc people are advised to boil it before
gSS~ Tho widow of tho late Stcphon A. Doug
las, formerly a Miss Cutts, and now re-married
to Major Williams, an officer of the Federal ar
my, will be prosont at thc dedication of tho monu
ment to be erected in Chicago to the memory ol
her first consort.
jZ?y* It is stated that Secretary McCulloch will
avail himself of the balances in tho hands of the
national banks to pay off the temporary indebt
edness of his department, so as not to disturb
tho monoy market by calling in loans on thc
part of the banks.
A letter from Dalton, Ga., says that one
company there took out $10,000 worth of gold
from the mines in one day, and tho capitalists ol
New York and Bostonee about to ship exten
sive mining machinery to that place for tho pur
pose of working the mines.
?? A disgusted " reb," in the Valley, has had
a commission sent him as captain of a militia
company, rccontly formed in his County. Ho rc
turned it with tho following endorsement :
HEADQUARTERS ut THE FIELD,
Respectfully returned, disapproved. D-n
Governor Pierpont, and his Virginia militia !
ttST A rich and beautiful young lady in Brook
lyn, Now York, devoted herself to nursing cholera
patients there, nnd recently died a victim to thc
. pSr It is said that'tho. Popo has been officially
notified that on the 15th of September, the French
troops will bo withdrawn, and that consequently
the Holy Sec would liavu to como to an under
standing vwith tho Italian, Government on'the
political situation and other, matters of impor
??S?* Th* Democrats and Conservatives who
support tho Presidents policy express great indig
nation nt the courio of the Philadelphianuthorities
for refusing hospitalities to tho President and
party, ly this action of refusal to act, our offi
cials havo placod themselves in an exceptional
position, all other cities having tendored him
HS*" Summer is at tho White Mountains. Ho
is trying to get tho word " white" stricken out by
the Now Hampshiro Legislature
^?"The Mississippi,Cotton Growors' Associa
tion estimates tho coming-crop In Mi?ihsippi at
200,000" boles and throughout tho country at
?Sjr'A nephew of ox-Gov. Wiso arrived at
Fortress Mooroo on tho 30th, with orders from
Maj. Gen. Schofield, in command of the Depart
ment of Virginia, to rccoverall'the personal pro
perty of the Governor that could bo found. A
?jeoa siderablc quantity was found m.the,possession,
of different persons, who were quickly and rather
unceremoniously ?ktpoman?. I
VEUY SAD.-A memorial of the lato war
appears in thc English papers, in a transla
tion ot an advertisement from the Vienna
Kreuz Zeitung : ' -
Dc-oply r?ffl etctfj I annour.ce . .to outrek
tives andI friend*, that my beloved husband
died, yesterday morning, from the;terrible ag
itation caused by tho'de?th pf oUr children.
Our five sons-Francis Joseph E^n?st,' George'
Leopold and Heinrich De;SwVolinski-havei;
all laid down their lives-for their" beloved''
Emperor and master. 'Four young widows,
and an only sister mourn with rac.
DE STOVOU.VSKI AND DE RADETSKI.
GENERAL SICKLES.-The Washington cor-^
respondent of the New York Herald says:
" There is authority for slating. _tha_t. Ma
jor-General D.E. Sickles, commanding the
D?parlm?ht Of the Sbulb,.has'hOt authorized
the use of his name'in connection with the
Cleveland Convention, and" declines while on
duty in his present command," to t?ke p?ft'
in politice! movements."
^39* South-American UewS'to thc '8th August;'
says it is reported that a new ministry will be
formed who favor a more" vigorous .prosecution
of the war against Paraguay. Tho' 'Argentine
army had repulsed an assault of tho Paraguay
ans, inflicting a severe loss. " .
?33~ Tho negroes who fought the duel near
'Savannah lately, und both of whom were wound
ed, aro recovering gradually. Tho causo of dif
feronco between them lay in one having charged
thc other with stealing a watermelon.
13?" A Washington special states that Gen.
Phil. Sheridan bas been removed from command,
and Lien. Stcedman appointed bis successor.
?&r (leo. N. Briggs, paving-teller for thc
Naasra (N. X.) Bank, was, onthe Slat, arrested,
un charge of embezzling one hundred thousand
dollars of the funds iii tho bank. Briggs bas
been in the habit of frequenting and losing heav
ily at various gambling houses throughout tho
city, and, on being arrested, made a full confes.
sion of h is guilt
ftgr Ex-Governor Morehead of North Carolina
died on the 28th at Rockbridge Alum Springs,
THE ARMY WORM.-The appearance of
this terrible scourge is reported in several
localities. The Columbus Sun saya the only
way to stop their depredations is to catch
each individual of tbe.army, and crush it be
tween the fingers. The Sun says the army
worms will.not attack the cotton crop Very
vigorously during July or August, jthe weath
er being too hot for them, but during Sep
tember they ni?ke their greatest ravages, de
stroying the cotton plants both night and
day. A writer in that paper mentions his
experience with the army worm during Sep
tember, in 1860, in a field of corn" measuring
about ten acres. The "army" extended
across the field from West to East, over three
hundred yards, and apparently contained
countless millions of worms. The writer of
the article, however, determined to try the
plan of mashing th- worms between the fin
gers, and succeeded, so well that in half an
hour he placed six negroes at the work, and.
before sundown-had subdued the entire army
DKPARTEU this life, on tho 11th of August last,
nt 0 ilmer, Desota Parish, La., EBB Y BUTLER,
son of Lt. PIERCE M. and KATE BUTLER,.late of
Edge fi eld,-aged- three years and 4 months-after
a very short illness of Congestion of the Brain. .
The grief of. kind parents and doating grand
parents no tongue can tell,
But you must remember, kind friends, God doeth
/Ri things well.
DIEU, at his residence, in this District, on the
19th August, after a short but severo illness, Maj.
JOHN W. MUNDY, in thc 53rd year of his agc.
The deceased loft a wife, son, and amiable
daughter,, to mourn their loss, which though great
at any time is certainly moro seriously felt by
them whilst our suffering country is passing
through an unparalleled ordeal.
The death of Maj. M?NDT is not only a serious
loss to his immediate family, but it will be?rc
grctted by the vicinity in which he lived, for he
was everready and willina; to Fer ve his neighbours
T j- j tn-rrmcn ^""TlPfninitjr nf ttl? ???? ??
quired. He was for many years a member of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, though perhaps a
more regular attendant of tho Baptist Church ut
Antioch than any other, owing, we suppose, to its
proximity to him, ulways seeming to manifest an
intorcstin that Church.
Ho was apprised of his approaching dissolution
by hi? physician, which seemed not to alarm him
in tho least, though quite rational up to within a
few hours of his death. The writer of th ie notice
his known him intimately for above twenty years]
and to say that he was faultless would be untrue,
for none can be so whilst in the flesh ; he-howovci
possessed as few faults perhaps os most men. And
, wo have reasons to believe that ho died trustins
in thc merits of our Saviour, and with the hope
of a blessed immortality beyond the grave.
J. A. D.
Dim, on the 5th June, 1866, by tho cruel hand
of violence, in tho Village of Wilfiston, S. C.,
JOHN A. ADDISON, aged about 37 yeare.
Possessed, of superior natural talents, though
not highly cultivated ; of great industry und en
ergy; kind and generous to those around him,
his death falls not only with crushing forec upon
his family, but with sadness upon his friends iu
general, and his neighbors in particular.
When despondency has seized upon so many,
and unusual exertions are so necessary ; when
pecuniary despair and political gloom havo throws
thoir dark shadows over all, we can but poorly
aparo ono, who, like the deceasod, rose above these
difficulties, and gave to those around a gloriout
example bf tho fervor of an unconquerable will,
and a d?termination never to yield to adverse cir
cumstances. Let others appreciate bis vim ol
cbaractor, nrouso themselves from their stupor,
buckle on their armor, and'with firm step und
undaunted courage, move forward toward the ac
complishment of their purposes-trusting thal
what is best wiU come from favoring Heaven
Stricken down in the prime of noble manhood
and in the full enjoyment of his faculties; cut nfl
from kindred and friends, the only consolatioi;
that ?pring; up from tho desolate hearth-stono ol
his family, and cheers its saddened inmates, it
tho triumphant hope of Heaven-based upon thc
repeated expressions of preparation for 'hereafter,
made by thc decoascd, in extremity
May those for whom he felt regret at leaving,
ncvor bo discouraged, or experience unkindness
Pence be to his ashes ; folicity everlasting to hu
soul. _ "
Barnwell Scniintl will please copy.
X. Y. Z.
AUGUSTA, September 1.
Thc money market has been extremely quiet
for scvcrul days past Gold has sympathized witt
the New York nfarket and gradually declined.
This morning the brokors made afew sales at 14? ?
they were paying 145. Thc market closed dull
Silver is easy at 137@140. Exchange on Non
York is bringing par @i premium. There li
some demand for State and city bonds, but fen
COTTON.-Tho market is very quiet, and the
few sales that are made may be termed forced
Wc hear of a few bales middling at 20$e.
Tho amount of the staple on hand lu this cit}
is D.OSS bales; in JJamburg, 500 bales. Total,
BACON'.-Ribbed. Sides, 21@22o.; Clear Sides,
23@24c.; Hams, 25@27c; Hog Round,v20@21c,
CORN-White, $1,55? 1,6Q; Yellow, $1,40(3)
WHEAT.-Market steady, and a good demand
at $2,50@$2,75, according to grade.
FLOUR.-According to quality, from $11 tc
$16 $ barrel.
MEAL.-Good demand ; prices vary from $1,60
LARD, 23(5)27 cts.
SUGAR.-Brown, 15o.; Clarified 17(3)1 Sc.;
Crushed and Powdered, 20@2le.
BUTTER, Good Country, 25(3)35 els.
EGGS,/$ doz. 25 eta.
. .BAGGING,-Quenby, "f>. yard, 40@43c; Dun
dee, $ yd. 43@45. c.
ROPE-Kentucky, $ lb 24@2jCjfManilla, $
lb 28@28c; White Cotton, $ lb 40@45c.
IRON.-English, firstname.lastname@example.org Swcedes, 0(3)12cts.;
Plough Steel, 15 cts. $ lb. r* ?
SALT-Liverpool, $ Sock, $2,90?$3",00.
CHARLESTON*, August 31.
Tho cotton statement for tho. commercial year,
which cloics to-day, shows.that the receipts at
this port for tho year wcro '5,865 hales of Sea Is
land, end 107,82rbatcsof Uplands.-Total, 113,
68fi, against 522,372 for 1859'and I860:
Receipts of aetton for the.week, 913 bales;
sales same timo, 75Q bales ; exports, 825. Stock
on bond and on shipboard, 525 ; Middling, 30(3?
31 ; Striot Middling, 32(?,32j. Careful estimates
from statiHticB.rocoived hero placo the crop af two
NEW YORK Soptembcrl.
Gold, 46}. Flour dull at $'J75?$15 50 for
Southern ; sales 450, bbls. Wheat 2(3)3- lower.
Corn Je. lower. Oats ](To2,better. Beef ?toady,
pork heavy ; sales ?/55T) bbls. mess nt $3^ 87.
Lard dull-; sales^W shafts ?'a*' 53@i?5. .Sugar,
active ; sales 1,500 hhds. Muscovado at 11@ 12$.
Gold, 140. Exchange very irregular.
Has on Hand and receiving daily a
LADIES, MISSES, CHILD!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION that
Would do well to call and' ^xamin
.elsewhere. It is my determjnatioi
My motto is < * ~ <?
I^Dont forget thc place.
. M. C
182 1-2 Broad Street, next
VW?. W. HENRY, late with
pleased to see his old friends at M
Augusta, Sept 3
._gp _ , _j ag g . j
Office Columbia & Augusta R. Ii. Cor, ]
AUGUSTA,^Ga., August 8th, L'.lGC. ' |
An instalment of Ten per ..enc. upon all Sub- ?
scriptions made to- the Capital Stock of this
Company since the first of last September, is
due and payable at this Office on the first day of
By order of tie Board-of Directors:
Sec'ry & Treas. CIA. H. B. Co.
Augusta, Aug l t lm 33
The Edgefield Baptiet Association will hold its
next mooting with tho Little Stevens' Creek
Church, eleven miles North of Edgcfield C. H.,
on Saturday before the 2d Sunday in September.
X. B. GW?LTNEY, Mod'r.
JONES & NORRIS,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors
WILL Practice their Profession in the Courts
of EDGEFIELD and LEXINGTON.
Oflce nt Edgeficld, in Law Range.
LWBF.RT J. JONES, A. J. Noams,
Newberry, S. C. Edgeficld, S. C.
Sept j 3m 36
HANGET & HARRISON,
WE respectfully inform our friends' and pat
ron?, nad the citizens of Edgcfield District
generally, that wo have opened, and will endeav
or to .keep always on hand, a WELL SELECTED
Stock of Dry Goods,
GROCERIES & CONFECTIONERIES.
We hope to share the liberal patronage o'l all.
Give ns a call.
Wo will also keep constantly on hand FLOUR,
MEAL, BACON/LARD, BUTTER, and juch
articles as are mostly needed for the table.
Wc will pay the highest market price for Coun
S. II. HANGET,
H. E. HARRISON.
Sept j tf 86
IIIIDS. CHOICE BACON,-Clear Siles,
. Ribbed Sides, Regulars und Shoulders.
50 Bbls. Northern ond Western FLOUR,
10 Tierces Primo CAROLINA RICE,
125 Bbhls. Refined Bs SUGAR, t
5 Hhds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR,
10 Db's 1st Quality Gcjden. SYR\lP,
10 Hhds. MUSCOVADO MOUSSES,
50 Bbls. Large No. 3 MACKEREL,
1000 Saeks Choico Bread CORN
75 Boxes FAMILY SOAP,
30 Boxos ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
75 Bbls. and Boxes CRACKERS ?nd BIS
50 Bbls. Bourbon and other WHISKEYS
Large Lot of CASE LIQUORS all variciiois
25 do/.'. HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE, Pints,
and Quarti, .
40 Capks BURTON ON TRENT ALE, in
Pints and Quarts,
10 Chests Jenkins A Co'?, TEAS in Small
75 Kegs Old Dominion NAILS, assorted Sizes,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES,
RAISINS, ALMONDS, PEPPER,
100 Kegs LARD..
500 Sacks SALT,
Largo.lnt of BAGGING and ROPE always
And every thing usually kept in my lino,'
' For sale by f
( A. STEVENS.
Augusta, Sept 4, tf 3?
. AND . * *
Brass and Iron Casting?
I HAVE now on hand SUGAR' BOILERS, of |
ali sizes, Alarm (Amalgam) BELLS, GIN GEAR,
HOLLOW WARE, and Anti-Friction MetAl, for
fast or heavy hearing?, and can fill all ordors for
every description of CASTING, (Iron and Brass)
such os SUGAR MILLS, COLUMNS, GIR
DERS, S A W.MILLS; PIPES, PULLEYS, BOX
ES, GIN GEAR of seven different pattern*, Im
proved CORN SHELLERS, PLOW POINTS of j
all sizes, and VERANDAHS, of which I have
some very handsome patterns.
Railroad Companies, Bridge Builders, Factory
and Milt owners, and all persbns wishing a largo
amount of CASTINGS, at shprt notice, will find
it to their int erest to give mo a call before con
tracting elsewhere, as I am now prepared to do
all work in my lino at New York prices.
Special attention paid to GENERAL JOB
Bll?p-'aod MACHINE WORK.
Augusta, Sept 3 .3?- 30
NOW IN STORE!
[N addidon to our superior Stock of DJRESS
GOODS and DOMESTICS, SHOES, . HATS,
GROCERIES, Ao., Ac., wo. are in receipt of a
?piondid lot of .. ? .
COUNTRY CURED BACON,-Ham's, Sides
?and Shoulders ;
Fresh Ground Family FLOUR j
CORN, CORN MEAL, GRITS, Ac. .
jAU.ot^high wiU b?eol'd^
?ir? as a cal?. A. CHEATHA ?J AB RO?
Aug28 tf 35
3TAIL DEALER IN
large and well.^r^StMk ot
REN, GENTS iii3''B?"fS
can be had in AISTT IM
i io keep a ., .
ANO CHEAP P CASH!"
- -c -r- TV. ? I
Door above Mrs. A. Fredricks,
BONES & HENDERSON, -will be
i. COHEN'S Shoe Emporium.
...... ... 3au ? -, 36 : .
Bagging, Rop?, Salt, Flour, te,
B?sbola WHITE COItN.
lOOO Bushels YELLOW CORN and MIXED ;
25 Bajes heavy GENNY CLOTH ;
120 Coils best GVREEN LEAF ROPE j
50 Half Coils <' "
500 Lbs best TWJNE ;
500 Sack Liverpool SALT ;
lOOBbls Extra Family FLOUR;.
100 Bbls Clarliied Sarar ;
40 Bbls P. E. SUGAR ; .
30 Bags choice RIO COFFEE
60 Bbls Muscovado MOLASSES;
Long experience ia business, and our facilities
for the purchase of Goods, warrant ns in saying
that we FURNISH GROCERIES AS LOW AS
ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY, and of as GOOD
QUALITY as can be"elsewhere obtained. -
2&?r Yonr Orders are respectfully solicited, andi
we promise our best efforts to render .entire satis
BAKER & SHIELDS.
' Angus ta, Aug.5_lm_ 3C.
SCHOOL ?F MEDICINE.
Session of I860 and 1867.
D. WARREN, BRICRELL, M. D'., Professor of
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, etc.
HOWARD SMITH, M. D*., Professor of Materia
[. L. CRAWCOUR, M. D.T Professor of Princi
ples and Practice of Medicine.
HENRY F. CAMPBELL, M. D., Professer of
Surgery. '. . '
ALFRED C. nOLT, M. J , Professor of Clinical
A. E. PETICOLAS, M. I., Professor of Anatomy.
J. D. BRUNS, M.'D'., Professor-of Physiology.
and'Pathology. * .
Chair of Chemistry will be filled at an early day.
W. S. MITCHELL, M. D., Adjunct Professor of
Anatomy and Special Lecturer on Ophthalmia
Surgery asd Diseases of th? Eye.' . .
JOS. HOLT; M. D, Assistant to the Chair of
A. W. PERRY, M. D., and FRED.LOEBER, M.
' D., Demonstrators of Anatomy.
The Eleventh Annual Course of Lectures in
this Institution will begin November 12th, 18fi?,
ind ejad March 12rh ensuing. A Preliminary
Course-will begin October 1 ?tb, and will bo free
to all persons.
The Faculty, under the laws of the State .pf
Louisiana, are Vi.-iting Physicians and Surgeons
to tho great Charity Hospital, situated at the very
door of the School, and their pupils have froe ac
cess to the wards.
The Dissecting Rooms are unsurpassed for ex
tent and comfort and will bo opened on the 15th
Dissecting Material will be furnished gratis.' ,
Matriculation (paid but once).....-......'..:. '5 00.
Practical Anatomy...:...../............-......i... 10"00
Diptoma ja Medteinc..._;..::zV.l...?\'2?I)Q'
Diploma in Pharmacy?....:.. 15 GO
Board and lodging can be aa cheaply procured '
in New Orleans as in any large city in this country.
D. WARREN BBICKEbb, M. 1% Dean,
. .185 Carondelet'Strect, New Priesa*.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of MARY
TROTTER^ deceased, are requested to pay
the same as early as possible.. Those having,
claims against tho said Estnto aro notified to ren- ?
der them in to the undersigned properly attested.
A. DELOACH, f. AArn,nra
.B. T. JENNINGS. J
Sep t 3, 2t* g 36
ALL persons having claims ?gaiast- thc Estate
of HENRY C. BERLDNG, deeeaied, either
as principal or furety, arc requested to furnish me j
with copies of their demands by the 10th day of
. H. T. WRIGHT, Adm'or.,
With the will annexed.
Aug'st. 5_ 4t _36
lnnHKr undersigned baa appointed JAMES A.
X TALBERT her true and lawful Atterney for
tho purpose of attending to her business general
ly, and investi; him with full authority to give
receipts, and acquittance 3 in her name, in all oases
wherein the same may be necessary. '
Aug. 30,1186g: 4t ..: 36.
|EE PUBLIC aro-informed-that GEORGE S.
M i-NE IL is no wat his Forge anil ready tc
do any work in his lino at tho New Shop of j
Aug 28_tf *5.
HAVE plaeod the.Notes of tho Estate .of JR. .
_ W. ADAMS,, decaased, in tho banda, of "W,
W. AOAJIS, Esq., for colleetion, with instructions .
to give all the indulgence .within my discretion.
I am advised that I hare no .d?cfetion to wait
beyond ?he 10th Srplcinber next. I hope,
that all partioa interested will maka arrange
ments to save me the necessity of suing. T do
not wish to sao anybody, but tho law gives me ro
discretion*and t cannot take any risk.
I T. D. PADGETT, Ad'or.
Angl8- 3t 3t
Notice to Debtors.
THEJfOTES and ACCOUNTS tdonging to "
ihF Estate of ARCHIBALD CLARK, d?
ceasod, are in my hands for collection,' un'oM am
directed to sue on them if not paid before return
day. -. . L.J.JONES,
i July 17 9t '^3r
dftQA A JfcONTH I-AGENTS^wa'nled for
?ix entirety iieio arlicltt, iust ont. Ad- ^
dress O. T. GAREY City Building, >Blj?d?9foTd? f
Mo. Junee i?wly ,2,1 J%
Executor's Notice. '
ALL Persons.indabted to the ?st^. oL??rs. V
MARGARET LANHAM, de?NI.*ar?tmU&C \
that their Notos have been placed in the tom "
W\ W.-AdstoiU Bettor ?pllcctron. Call on
and settle. M
OEOBGE BOSWELL, Ex*or
Jone 27 l?* 2fl