AUGUSTA, GEO. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1827.
EVERY MONDAY aMDTHORSDAY
7 O’CLOCK* 3P« Mi
, .. Howard's Brick BuiMinrs. oppe-ite Mr. Cummings
A!1 Law Buiklinjs, M’Intosh Street.
Sale? nf Land and Tits rots, by Administrators. Execu-
r*. or Guardians, are required, by law, to be hi-ld on the
hrst Tuesday in the month, between the hours of ten in the
forenoon and three in the afternoon, at the Court-house of
the county in which the property is situate.—Notice of
these sales must be eiven in a public gazette SIX! V days
previous to the dav of sale.
Notices of thesale of personal property most be riven in
tike manner, FORTY days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to the debtors and creditors of an estate, nrnstke
published for FORTY days.
Notice that application will be made to the Court ot wr-
dinarc for Icvae to sell land, must be published for lOLK
RICHMOND SUPERIOR COURT, ?
May Term, 1827. )
Shannon vs. Thompson.
The want of effects in the hands of the drawee
of a bill of exchange, will excpse the payee fqr
not making a demand on the drawee, and giving;
Dot ice to the drawer.
Notes in the hands of an attorney for collection
are not such effects as will authorize his client to
draw a bill on him.
Assumpsit on a bill of exchange drawn
by the defendant on — Esq., an
attorney at law in Trenton, New Jersey.
They bill was never presented to the per
son on whom it was drawn, and on the
trial, the plaintiff proved that the drawee
had no effects of value of the drawer, in
his hands, either when the bill was drawn,
or at any other time whatever, except
some promissory nores placed by the
drawer in the drawee’s hands for collection,
upon which he had brought snit, but never
collected anv thing, in consequence of the
insolvency of the makers ; and that there
had never been any other transactions
between them, and the defendant knew
these facts when he drew the bill.
Upon this evidence the defendant’s
oounsel called on the Court to charge the
jury, that alihough there were no effects
of value in the hands of the drawee, vet
there were effects, and that therefore a
demand on the drawee was necessary, al
though notice might be dismissed with.
By the Court.—The reason upon
which the rule requiring a demand on the
drawee and notice to the drawer is fund
ed, is this : Where a person has funds in
the hands of another, and draws a bill on
that person, he has a right to suppose and
consider that the bill has been accepted
and paid, unless he receive notice to the
contrary in a reasonable time ; because, if
the bill be not accepted and paid, and he
receive notice of its dishonour in due time,
he can proceed to withdraw his funds,
and secure himself against the insolvency
of the drawee. (Chitty on hills, 197.)
In regard to the ground taken, that anv
effects, even if they be of no value, will
rfequire a demand and notice; there seems
to he no good reason in favor of such a
doctrine ; but if there be, it can only ob
tain between merchant and merchant,and
has no application between attorney and
client. The attorney is only liable after
he has received the money, and cannot be
6aid to have effects in his hands until then,
when he is subject to summary process at
the suit of his client ; but notes or other
securities placed in his hands for collec
tion, are not such effects as will authorise
the client to draw on him. The cases in
which presentment of a bill is necessary,
although there be no actual value in the
hands of the drawee, and in which upon
the dishonour of the bill, the drawer is en
titled to notice,are such, in which circum
stances exist that would give the drawer
good ground to consider that he had a
right to draw a bill upon his correspond
ent ; as for instance, where he had con
signed effects to him, to answer the bill,
though they may not have come to him at
too time when the bill was presented for
acceptance. (Chitty on bills 208—211 in
The ground taken by the counsel for
the defendant, that a presentment of the
bill and demand for payment, are neces
sary where there are no effects in the
hands of the drawee, though notice of the
dishonour in such case need not be given
to the drawer, seems to me to b.e entirely
without any reason to support it. The
same reason which would require a pre
sentment and demand for payment, would
^lso require notice to the drawer, and
what benefit could arise to the drawer by
a presentment and demand, or what inju
ry coaid he receive bv the non-present-
ruent, when he had no effects in the hands
of the drawee?—It is clear law, that no
tice is unnecessary where there are ao
affects; and it is also ruled that present
ment may be dispensed with under such
circumstances. De Berdt v. Atkinson,
2 H. Blae. 336—Chitty on bills, 159.
f Crawford &i Ciwming, for plaintiff.
King, for defendant.
RICHMOND SUPERIOR COURT, )
May Term, 1827. )
Dana vs. Edwards.
Co-partners ate not compelled to go into equi*
ty to settle their disputes, but may bring actions
at lawttnder the act of 1820; and if the evidence
4*f the opposite party be necessary, a bill of dis
covery may be filed.
When one partner proceeds at law against ano
ther, he need not state the paitnership.iu the de
Assumpsit with the usual money Counts,
aud a bill of particulars, stating the items,
among which was one for 2100 dollars in
small change. Upon the trial the facts
appeared in evidence to be, that Edwards
of Augusta, wrote to Dana of Boston, for
some small change, which he stated he
could sell to advantage, and offered to pay
Dana interest and allow him half the pro
fits. Dana, on receiving this letter, sent
2100 dollars in change, as requested,
which was received by Edwards. Ed
wards sold some off the change ; but the
business turning out not to be profitable,
Dana requested a return of the money in
Spanish milled dollars. Edwards accord
ingly from rime to time made remittances,
all of which were received by Dana* ex
cept the last, of 1SG0 dollars, which were
placed by Edwards in a box of goods at
Augusta, belonging to one Lee. The box
remained some time in Augusta, and was
then sent to Savannah, where it remained
in stare some time before it was shipped
for Boston. When the box was shipped,
no mention was made of the money* nor
was it specified in the bill of lading; and
there was no evidence that the silver was
in the box when it tfras put on board.—
Dana, on being informed by Edwards that
he had ient the dollars, had them insured,
but when the box arrived in Boston, it
contained no silver, and .he insurance of
fice returned the premium to Daria, be
cause, under the circumstances, they had
run no risk and were not liable.
Reid and John Schley, of counsel for
the defendant, objected that the plaintiff
could not maintain this action, because:—
1st. The evidence established a special
and limited partnership between Edwards
and Dana, and therefore the plaintiff’s
remedy was in equity, where transactions
between co-partners are properly cogniza
ble; and, 2d. That if under the act of
1820, (Pamp. page 78,) an action at law
can be supported, then the plaintiff should
have stated the partnership in hisdeclara-
tion, which has not been done.
By the Cqurt.—A bill in equity is of
ten the best mode of settling partnership
transactions, but a partner is not obliged
to go there, if he can mako out his case at
law. The act of 1820, has provided spe
cially, that when a party can do without
the evidence of the defendant, and make
out his case by aliunde proof, he shall not
be compelled to go into equity. The
plaintiff (herefore has his election, either
to proceed at law, or in equity, and if he
proceed at law, he may, if necessary, ob
tain a discovery from the opposite party,
by filing a bill for that purpose on the
equity side of this Court,, and such disco
very may be used as evidence in the ac
tion at law.
2d. The second objection is, that the
plaintiff has not stated the partnership in
the declaration. This is not necessary to
give the plaintiff a cause of action, be
cause, whether the parties be partners or
not, the action will equally lie; and the
simple question to be determined by the
jury, is, whether the defondpnt has money
belonging to the plaintiff, which ex^erpta et
bono he ought to return.
The Court then charged the jury, that
if, from the evidence, they believed that
the partnership had not been dissolved,
but still existed at the time when the mo
ney was lost, then they should find a ver
dict for the plaintiff, for one half of the
amount so lost. But if they believed that
the partnership was at an end, when the
defendant transmitted the money, and that
he had acted with as much care and pru-
dence in the matter as a prudent man
would do with his own pvoperty, then he
was not liable at all to the plaintiff but
that if he had not acted with that, care,
prudence, and circumspection that a pru
dent man would in his own case, then he
was liable to tire plaintiff for the whole
The Jury found a verdict for the plain
tiff for 650 dollars.
Wilde, for plaintiff.
Reid, J.no. Schley, for defendant. .
The folio wing is from an individual
whose success ought to give weight to any
af his observations on the subject of pul
Much of the power of preaching is lost
by an affected manner and tone of delive
ry. By some means it happens, that we
no sooner mount the pulpit, and look
rook round upon an audience, than we
find it necessary to abandon a simple un
affected use of our articulate-speaking or
gans, for unnatural inflexions, and artifi
cial cadences of the voice. This fault is
almost universal, both among preachers
possessing literary advantages, and among
those less favoured in this respect. These
uncouth inflexions amount sometimes to
a sort of whining, at other times to a mo
notonous, drony, soporific noise, and not
unfrequently they are formed into a sort
of measured chant. Even when these
more prominent faults have not appeared,
we have often remarked a stiffness in the
cadence of the voice, which by its great
uniformity and artificial savour, becomes
tiresome and disagreeable. Surely wo
should better consult the genuine proprie
ties ofour art, by adopting a mode of deli
very, more in accordance with simple un
sophisticated nature; and we might cal
culate pon moral uand religious results of
more extensive and decided utility from a
course which coincides with reason and
nature. Does the reading of the scrip
tures, or the utterance of solemn things,
require us to leave the plain path of un
affected and ordinary discourse ? To be
solemn, must we become lugurbious, and to
perform an important function for the
honour of God and the happiness of man,
must we assume the pedestrian march of a
Delphic priest, who gave out his oracles
in a sort of frantic prose ? An easy, na
tural, and affectionate manner wiil cer
tainly uot misbecome the oratory of the
Chum.—A second dasher is now pla
ced about 4 inches above the other, in a
churn; and this is found to accelerate the
the Ladies of Augusta and its vi
cinity, that she intends opening
a School, for PAINTING on Paper and Velvet.
A specimen of her Painting can be seen by ap
plication to ti>« Rev. .Mr- Smith.
Augusta, Nov. 19 57 3t
A N excellent BILLIARD TABLE, With ap
paratus complete- Enquire at this office.
November 22 57 tf
Draw’mg to be veee’wed next
Rhode Island Lottery,
1 prize of $10,000,
2 prizes of $,1000,
39 of $50, &c. &c. Ac,
ONLY 14,190 TICKETS.
Tickets $3—Halves §2 50—Quarters $1 25.
Beers’ Fortunate Lottery Office,
No. 241 B' oud-street.
Nov 22 57 3t
P R1ME % PICKLED OYSTERS,
Just received and for sale by
Nov. 22 57 2t
T HIS Establishment (owned and formerly
occupied by Messrs Bullock &l Wells) is
now in the hands of the undersigned, who has
made ample provision, through his friends, to
keep it in as good style perhaps as any House in
the back country ; and from his former experi
ence in the line of Tavern keeping, flatters him
self that all who may be pleased to favor him
with a call, will depart satisfied both as respects
accommodations and charges. Families Can be
S. C. Brame.
Macon, Nov. 22 57 tf
To Country Merchant.
Carlton, Cook & KnowUon
Are now opening an Extensive Assortment of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
'bales and cases of brown, bleached,
plaid and striped Domestics,
3 do. Checks,
3 do. super and common Tickings,
1 case Satincits, 300 pieces Calicoes,
250 colored, scarlet Si black Cassimere Shawls
200 dosen silk, cotton woollen and lambs-wcrol
50 dozen buck, b’eaver, kid, horse-skin and
25 dozen lined Gloves,
300 do Spool Thread,
1 case Choppa Romals,
1 do German Flaggs and Bandanb^s,
1 do b’ack Sarsnetts,
1 do figured Nankin Crape Robe%,
2 bales white and red Flannels,
1 do 4-4 and 5-4 Green Baize,
100 Camblet and Plaid Cloaks,
60 Ladies Plaid do.
40 pieces colored Cambrics,
Bio Do| for bonnets,
Scarlet, crimson and black figured and plain
Do do Rattinets, Circassians and Salisbu
Batteste Giirghams, plain Si fancy Cravats,
Irish Linen, Lawn Lawn,
Cambric, Jaconet, Book and Mull Muslin,
Plain and figured Swiss do.
Super black silk Vestings,
Toilinet, Valencia and Marseilles Vestings,
Caroline and Tartan Plaids.
Camblet Crape Shawls,
Super Nankin Crapes,
Biack Sinchews do.; Italian Lustrings.
An elegant assortment of black and colored
Grode Naps, plain and figured,
Stripe and Plaid Sarsnets
P aid Gro De Naps
1 case Cambric Dimity
I do Furnlture do extra wide
Black French and Italian Crapes
White, pink, blue green Si straw Florences
Blue Pelisse Cloth
Madrass, Bandana Si Cotton Flag Hdkfs
Cotton and Webb Suspenders
200 packs Pins
300 gross Suspender Moulds
Steel Coat Buttons
Bang Up Cords
Millinet Buckram Foundation MusRh
Rose and Point Blankets
1 bale stout Gznaburgs
1 do Negro Cloths—Paddings
Black, Olive Mixed Cloths Si Cassimeres
A general assortment of Bonnet, Belt and
Tapes, Bobbins, Sewing Silk, Quality Bind
ings, Needles, Sic. Sic.
All of which were purchased at the New York
Auctions, and will be sold at a small advance
No. 249 Broad-slreet, a few doors below the
having located himself at
Monroe, Wdlton county,
tenders his Professional Servi
ces to the Public. Business entrusted to bis care
in any of the following counties, will be faithfully
attended to—viz :
References can be made in Augusta, to
JOHN P. KING.
Wm. SIMS. WILLIAMS & Co.
MUSGROVE, WETMORE U Ob.
HEARD"fc COOK, and
WM J. HOBBY, Esquires.
Nov. d-s. 53^ t£
R. A. PALMER,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
At ^Yo. 302 Broad-Sheet,
25 Tons Swedes Iron, assorted,
100 bbls. Northern Gin,
l00 do N. E. Ruin,
75 do Whskey,
40 do prime Sugar,
10 quarter casks Sweet Malaga Wine,
35 bags Coffee,
12 bbls. prime do. do.
15 quart-r chests Hyson Tea,
2 pipes Seignette Brandy,
2 quarter casks old Port Wige,
25 boxes Raisins,
12 bales brown Shirtings,
5 do Sheetings,
2 cases Plaids,
2 boxes Cotton Thread;
1000 lbs. Loaf Sugar,
10 boxes Sperm Candles,
6 bbls Sperm Oil,
15 boxes Oranges,
Nov. 8 53 tf
AT THE GOLD SADDLE,
FOUR DOORS BELOW THE BANKS.
T HE subscriber has just received a further
supply of GROCERIES, which makes hit
assortment complete. He has now on hand
1500 bushels Liverpool Ground Salt
15 hhds St. Croix Sugar
3 do New Orleans do
15 bbls Loaf and Lump do.
60 bags prime Coffee
2 pipes Cognac Brandy, Seignette brand
3 do Holland Gin
2 hhds Jamaica Rum
12 qr casks Teneriffe Wine
6 half qr casks do do
10 qr casks Malaga do
3 hhds N Ruin
60 bbls do
60 do N Gin
40 do Whiskey
30 do Mackerel
20 do Canal Flour
10 half bbls. Crackers
15 kegs Tobacco, No 1
30 do Nails
60 boxes Soap
20 do M Raisins
10 do Whittemore’s No 10 6ottou Cards
2 hhds Copperas
20 bhls Northern Potatoes
2 cases Wool Hats
Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Cloves, Ndtmegs,
Almonds, Powder, Lead, Shot
Spanish and American Segars
Writing and Wrapping Paper, Sic. Sic-
Wm. A. Mitchell.
Nov. 5 52 tf
WHOLESALE &, RETAIL.
SMITH & WRIGHT,
j Hare r.ow on hand, a Splendid Assortment of
I Goods in their line. Manufactured bv them.
| selves, of the frst rale materials and workman
LADIES’, Men’s, and Boy’s Saddles,
Portsmouth Sharp and Snaffle Bridles,
Braided, Round and Flat Martingats,
Coach, Gig and Wagon Harness,
Saddle, Carpet and Medical Bags,
Valices, Holsters and Bridle Leathers,
Twig, Coach and Wagon Whips,
Military Bridles, &.C. &.c. <fcc.
Saddlery- Jf m are
Snaffle, Sharp, Pelham, Portsmouth, and Bra-
doon Bits, of the latest and most fashionable
Patent Roller Spring, Fancy, Round-leg and
Prince’s metal Sti. rups,
Curb Chains, Spurs, Buckles and Slides,
Haimes, Terets, Hooks and Bradoon Runners,
Bridle and Harness Buckles,
Streiuing, W orsted and Cotton Webbs,
Plush, Serge and Baize,
Saddle Trees and Hog Skins,
Skirting, Bridle and l^irncss Leather,
Coach and Gig
Cap’d, Bell and Straight Bands,
Door, Dash and Body Ha- ’!es,
Knobs, Tufting Nails,
Pasting, Seaming and Broad Lace.
Cochineal, Blue, Biack and Green Morocco.,
Cotton Cassimere, Rattinett and Fringe,
Oil Cloth and Brussels Carpet, Sic. Sic Sic.
Having long been engaged in the business,
they feci satisfied that their present assortment
of Goods is far superior to any in the U. States.
October 22 48 w 12w
T HOMAS EVANS would Inform his friends
and the public generally, that he has re
moved from his former stand, t» the Store No.
279 Broad-street, formerly occupied bv Mr. G
Hannah, where he keeps constantly on hand, a
very large assortment of Gentlemen’s Superfine
Beaver Hats ; also, Beaverette, Imitation Beaver,
Castor and Rorara Hats; Youth’s and Children’s
Hats ; besides a very large assortment of Wool
Hats, white and black; also, n general assort
ment of Fur and Cloth Caps—Leghorn &i Straw
Hats and Bonnets, all of which he offers for sale.
Wholesale and Retail, on the most reasonable
Merchants from the Conntry arc invited to call
and examine for themselves.
Single Hats made at the shortest notice and
agreeably to order.
I he highest prices given for all kinds of Hat
Kept constantly on band, a general assortment
of Hat Trimmings.
N. B.—Looking Glasses for sale at the above
Nov. 8 53 tf
B ENJAMIN DEAN, grateful for the liberal
patronage he has received, begs leave to in
form his friends and the public, that w ith a view of
extending his business, he has connected himself
with an extensive Manufacturing Establishment
in the City of New York, from which he will be
constantly supplied with HATS in the rough or
unfinished state, and have them finished in this
place by experienced workmen, under bis own
direction, which will enable him to get them up
in a neat, handsome style, and much better suited
to this market than they could possibly be or
dered from abroad ; and be pledges himself that
his work shall be equal to any in the market, for
fashion and durability, and that bis prices will
be such that they cannot fail to suit purchasers
at wholesale or retail.
Persons wishing Hats madd to order can be
B. Dean will keep constantly on hand a gene
ral assortment of Hatters’ Trimmings, Bow
Cash ud the highest price paid for Hatters’
IT Old Hats Dressed and Repaired at short
Oct. 29 50 wtf
- ST received and for sale, a lot of Superfine
HALL & HARDIN.
Oct. 22 48 tf
Linnaean Botanic Garden,
Flushing, Long Hand,
WM. PRINCE, Proprietor.
R B. HAVILAND Si Co. will receive orders
• for Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flower
ing Shrubs and Plants, Hyacinths, Green House
Shrubbery. Grapes, &c. Sic.
05’ Catalogues may be seen on application to
R- B. H. k Co.
Oct. 25 49 3m
And immediate possession given,
lgg»M a comfortable Dwelling House, on
g 11B3 Washiugion-street, suitable for a small
family, opposite Mr. Jacob Dan-
foith’s. LUTftER ROLL.
Novem' *t 12 5* tf
DRAWING NEXT MONTH.
GREENE 6f PULASKI
To be drawn in Savannah, in five days draw
ing, under the superintendancc of the Commis
sioners ajipointed by the State of Georgia.
The first drawing to take place in the month #f
The prizes all floating from the commence
ment, except the prize of $2,000, which will be
deposited in the wheel On thp third day, and the
prize of $6,000, whicli will be deposited in rite
wheel on the last day.
Highest Prize $6,000.
1 Prize of $6,000 is ,$6,000
6000 Tickets. $*24,000
Tickets $5—Halves $2 50—Quarters
$1 25—to be had in the greatest variety
of numbers, at
Fortunate Iajttery Office*,
No. 241 Broad-street.
Nov 12 54 tf
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Is now opening at the Subscriber's. .Vs. 232 Uroru *
strut, tu o doors above Dr. Carter's Drug Lie*-,
E XTRA superfine blue and black Dress Coats*
2d do do do do do
Blue, olive, claret, green, and grey mixed Free'*
Bine and Drab Box Coats,
Green, blue, olive, claret and steel mixed CtkUfC%
Youths’ blue and black Dress CoatS,
Extra superfine blue, black and mixed Cloth .fnj|
2d quality blue, black and mixed Cloth aud Ca ■>•-
Fancy, Toilinet and Marseilles Vests,
White do do do
Black Silk Velvet and Silk Florentine do
Blue and Black Cloth and Cassimere dh
Extra fine plain it frilled Lineu 4i Cotton Shirts,
2d quality do do do do do
Cotton and worsted knitted Shirts and Drawer^
Mens Plaid and Camblet Clonks,
Ladies Camblet and Caroline Plaid do
Lion Skin Great Coats,
Satinett Coatees and Pantaloons.
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT IT
Of all descriptions and sizes.
fcf’ The above GOODS being
made up purpasely for this market, will hear th«
strictest examination, as regards both the quality'
of materials and workmanship. They will he dis
posed of IV holesale Si Retail, on moderate terror.
J. P. SE TZE. ^
Oct. 22 48 tf
NEW FALL & WINTER
No. 162 Broad street,
Uas just received, direct from New-York, c ’i<-t
Staple end Fancy Goods,
Which he offers cither by Wholesale or Retail,
Oct. 22 43 tf
NEW FALL GOODS.
Has just received, direct from New-York, a !..r:
STAPLE 4* FANCY GOODS.
Which are offered at low prices.
No. 175 Broad-strlet.
October 18 47 tf
T HE six acre Lot above Turkm-trs Spriw^,
adjoining the property of W. Smith, Esq.
The situation is commanding* and pleasant,
it is in the neighbourhood of good water. F.^
disputed Titles tv ill be given to the purchaser.
KOR TERNS APPLY TO
W. A. BUGG, Ar- nt.
May 31 it tf
Wells 4* Kibhe,
Take this oppor
tunity of informing emt
Friends in the City bmi
Country, that owing to
our being burnt out on the
night of the 2d of July, that we have removed to
the Brick Building, formerly occupied as the
Post-Office, between Broad-street aud the Mn;t-
sioti House, where we continue our business as
DRAPERS & TAILORS,
In all its various branches. We have on hand.
Goods of all descriptions, such as will suit ti e
lovers of fashion with any article of genteel
Augusta, Aug. 27 32 tf
W ILL he opened on Broad-street, 11 few
doors above Doctor Wrays, at the iioil--
formerly occupied by Judge Wilson, on the fit t
Monday of October.
Mrs. H. v ill be happy to give private instruc-
t oiis in Composition, and the higher bran- be* of
Education, to young* Ladies who desire to devote
a ponion of their time to mental improvement.
Instructions also given in Dra vingand Paint,
ine. in 1 lain and Ornamental Needle Work.
Terms of admission made known at the
Sept. 24 40 tf
M essrs, a. i. & g. w. huntingtcn.
will act as our attorney, during efur absence
from the State.
TAMPLET k. ROW AND.
.Tune 16 tf
3,000 Bushels Salt,
FOR SALE BY
A. R. GORD*ON,
November 8 53 6t
LEWIS r. F. GXBSOX’T,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
24000 Lbs. Sweetie* Iron,
200 Casks Thumastowu Lime,
50 Bbls. Flour,
15 Bbls. Apple Brandy,
35 Kegs White Lead/
30 Boxes Raisins,
10 Quarter Casks Wine3, asiotjed,
10 Reams Writing Paper,
St. Croix Sugar in Hhds. and Bbla.
o Tierces Jamaica Coffee.
July f2 ly t*
R ESPECTFULLY offers his Professional
Services to the Citizens of August. He
has taken a Room at Mrs. Leverich’s, next do01
to Mr. Jacob Danfortb’s, on Washington-street.
November 8 53 tf
Blank Checks on the
Bank of Augusta, for ^ale at liiis
A first rate Northern
made GIG, with a superior sett
of,HARNESS. Apply at .bis 1 fficjr.
Nov. 8 £8 6t
ff?" Mr. Abner Washburn, jt.
is my authorized Agent, during n-v absencetr«i;
this City. F. S. WARNER.
August 30 ‘A'A »f
T HE SUBSCRIBER has Removed his Store!
to the Y ellow Brick building, 8 doors above
his former Stand, where he has on hand and \»
constantly n-ceiving a good assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Andjj|*er articles in his line, where he iuvitoS
hit fropds and customers id call and examine
J. P. Force,
No. 284 Broad-Jirec'.
Oct. 8 44 tf
Blank Bills of Lading
for svfu at Uie Office of the Geo. *
Nov. 12 54