IIWB k f ASMIE.
THURSDAY DECEMBER 7. 1871.
CL US MATES.
For the benefit of those wishing
<J«bs fbrilhe Nsws A Fu|l«, we offer the
olio wing foAtcosoont*:
Kto copies. JJO;
The domT always to accompany tho order'.
To those wishingpromlumo far elobs, wo
«. *-*« *■,—
Van Lottos Mogonne, Jortoor
_:u—. *2.50 eoch: or, wo will give
for twenty subscribers, »t
iar>o, mnitdUicm, U»obt«S<* -P»fto«ary, ‘h«
itnlir prico of which is Iff
Parties retting op dobs, will pleoso send in
tlw names as fast as they net them, loose
wha hare sent in elube of iva.»nd upwards,
<£• forward suboeribers at two dollars e-ch.
Notwithstanding the inelemansy of the weeth
or and the prevalent opinion that cotton will go
higher, the market this week ha* been quite
(q failed tv th« TANARUS« CoUectoia k°-
tiea in another eelemn. He is now on his last
(•and, and Ml hooks will be closed en the 20th
ln*l, at whieh time he will iasuo executions
against all defhaltor*.
Loao-t-toosn Luc*—We learn that Mr
Hamilton Coleman of onr county went ont on
hmt Friday morning and brooght in four wild
tnrk#y*,ull of which were killed by himself,
▼orily. wo would liko to go bir* hunting wtth
Mr. Coleman. Stich lack is not mot with ovo
ocourod in town on Tneadny Inst" be
tween two eiMff e ne of «ur county, M r - Augu.m.
Wooten, and Mr. A. J Cook, in whioatho lat
tW received three slight gash wounds in the
hand, arm. and face Tbs e#ur would doubf
iasa prored to hare been serious bad not other
Mr ÜB, Johnson who bus bseq with 0*
asreral days representing the house of Mess.
Chslfaut, Cox * Cos. of Pbilitfelphia, has ex
hibitsd some eery fine specimens of Dry Goods
Hosiery, Notions Ac., and hss been eucceesful
kt roceirsing ard*™ from our merehante. Mr.
J. is H«ite a clersr gentleman, and we hope
tbs pleasure of meeting him again oa his trip
through this section next spring.
Th<* eard of tha Jsffersou High 9ehw>l will be
g>Wud in another column. Tho Spring term ot
this school opsns on the third Monday iu Juuu
pty under tb.e supervision of Bov. O. C. Pope,
Mid Mr. M. A, Clark. The capacity of these
gentlemen for teaching is too well known to
need comment from ns. Suffice to say, that
they will fill the vacancy made by Mr. Snnfurn
whi- hss been employed to go in the College at
HEW GOODS! HEW GOODS!!
The undersigned has just receied large ad
gltions to their Stock—it is now complete
Gome and see us ams we will satisfy you, that
WP house in the State underfill* us. Tilts is no
place to enumerate prices. The counter is the
place to price goods. In a word, call on us,
add we will prove by occular demonitration
that what wo say we do.
McGQWAN db STRATFORD
Pianos,. Organs and Sewing Machine* can be
furnished on most reason able terms by appiyiug
(ft W. C. D. ROBERTS, at this office. Wm
tan guarantees given with the St. Louis Pianos,
by the manufacturing Company, for five years
■swing Machines with all tha new improve
ments, from $76 00 to $l3O 00; Pianos from
*373 00 to SI4OO 00. Organs so cheap that
yv>u will almost think you are getting them for
Bottling. Ail sold on the Instaesnout plan, ex
At a meeting held by th* Democrats o( this
county on Saturday last for the purpose of
sendpig delegates to tha. Gubernatorial Conven
tion which was held in Atlunta on yesterday,
the 6th iml, the following gentamen were ap
pointed : Gaul. B. W. Carswell, Col. James
Staplston, Wm. 9. Alexander, M. A. Evans
J. H. Wilkins and W. F. Denny.
A motion was also adopted, requesting the
Beprestativsa in the General Assembly from
this eeuaty to act as Delegates to said Conven
tion. See proeosdiugs of meeting in this issue.
Vut Tneadny being public sale day, there was
considerable amount of property disposed of ai
pqhlic outcry, among which, mas tha heusc
and lot on Eighth, St. belonging to the eetat%of
41. W. Roberson, deceased ; Sold for diatribe'
tipn among hie minor heirs, to Dr. J. R. Smith
who will take possession and more in. übont the
Hirst of January. W» are gratified to know
that the Doctor will locate, with bis family, here
meat year. He is an old and experienced phy
sician, and his superior knowledga of his busi
ossa will gtHMMtee himawabapdanco ofprao
ties. May success attend him
Mr. Jeka J, Davis of Davisboro is in. onr towyi
ennvasing for a History of tho Bible, by W.
L. Smith L.fe Wa have Seans prospeclu
oapy of this book and consider it a moat valua
hie work, and it wonldibo truly a grant aequisi
tion to any family library. It is richly and
profnssiy Illustrated, and is gotten up in most
oacellsnt style. Mr. Davis will be with us for
several days and intends giving every body a
chance te subscribe fur this book. Ha is also
Agt. for anew Illustrated Family Bible which
is sold by subscription.
The weather for tha past week ha>.
bees extremely celd. Mr. J. Frost spread oat
Me heavy white cloak on Saturday night anti
ftewe things spin stylo, as though winter hau
•ai in in cold earnest. Up to Sunday, quit*
q acpply of rain had fallen, rendering some
parts of the read* almost impassible and caus
ing a considerable swell in the creeks and riv*
gy The various ftmds around town have been
crowded with visitors of tha feathered tribe,
much to the delight of oar several duck huu
tprsin town, who have been goiugoul; dai>y
for them; but we would judge from tho amount
Iff game brought in that they fly high and dry,
tho mush so, for hunters of small experieace.
Tfa have heard of some of our country friends
Mho have had very good luck, killing as many
eg twelve orfitteen in one evening.
A Minnesota paper chronicles a
yield of oats, on a farm in that Slate,
«f 833 bushels on three acres, and
•Iso. a potato crop on another farm
that averaged a peck to the hill, no
potato weighing less than a pound.
The popular amusement among.
Bedford Indiana, ladies and gentle-j
men is wrestling matches. What
At a meeting of the Democracy of
the County, held in Louisville, on
Saturday 2nd inst—Oa motion. Col
James Cain was called to the Chair
and J. R. Smith, M. D. appoi*t~ti
Secretaty. The Chairman aiated
the object of the meeting in a few
pointed Remarks- Geul. R. W.
Carswell then moved that our Rep
reseatatives in the Legislature, Hon,
W. P. Johnson and Hon. A. Beas
ley, be requested to represent the
County in the approaching Guber
natorial Convention, and that the
Chair appoint six other delegates to
that Convention. The motion was
carried without diasenl. and Geul.
R. W. Carswell, Col. James Staple
ton, Wm. 8. Alexander, M. A. Ev
ans, J, H. Wilkins anil W. F. Den
ny were appointed.
On motion the Secretary was re
quested to notify Messrs. Johnson
ft Beasley of their appointment.
On motion Re sol ved'*—Thai the
News ft Farmer be requested to
publish the proceedings of this
On motion the meeting adjourned
JAMES CAIN, Chui’n.
J. R. Smith, M. D. Sec y.
Willi the close of Die year 1871,
Every Satukpa* Will drop its pic
torial character. Its last number in
pictorial form will bear dale Decem
ber 30, IS7I. (Jn and altei Janua
ry 1, 1872, its publication will be
continued in the original character
in which, during a period of four
years (18G6-1809.) u gained ihe
highest lavor trom many thousand*
ol intelligent and thoughtful icadet
throughout the country. The pub
lishers confidently hope by making
it emphatically “A Journal ol
Choice Reading” lo commend it not
only to it its earlier readers, hut to
-those who ■ luring the two years of
iis publication as an illustrated jour
nal, have afforded it the mo#t sub
manual token of their appreciation
and good will. Address James U.
Osgood ft Cos., Boston, Mass,
CHR ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE TO
We learn from the New York Sun,
and the New York Sun learn* “from
a source entitled to credit,” that the
British Government is. just at the
conclusion of negotiations for pur
chasing the Atlantic' telegraph cable.
The story is partially confirmed by
itie well known laot that a ring of
London capitalists have lately paid
$25,000 lot the privilege ol purchas
ing, within muaiy days, and at nine
tv cents on Oie dollar. $2,500,000 of
the stock of ihe New York and New
foundland Telegraph Company, the
wires of which foirnthe ex l aive
connection between the Western end
of the Atlantic gable and the tele
graph sysiemoi' the United Slates.
It die Atlantic telegraph is sold
it wtd doubtless be made a much
greater huskies success that it is at
! present. The Ornish Government
has for more than a year been work
ing the land tines of the United
' Kingdom with remunerative results
and if the purchase L made the line
oetween Ireland aad America will
at once be put under the same aye*
letn. The Sun figures up the prob
able cost of the purchase at about
$12,000,000 in gold.—Mobile RegV.
A suit is now pending in Cincin
oati against the Western Union Tel
egrspii Company of considerable ia
terest to all who use the wires. It
seems that owing to non-receipt ol
a message telling him not to make a
journey, a gentleman traveled to
Mississippi and back. He claims
from the telegraph company the
amoant of kU expenses, alleging thai
the fault was on their side.* The
company set up the conditions prin
ted on all their blanks giving notice
that the company would not be lia
ble for damages beyond the amount
of transmission, unless tho message
was repeated, and then only in a
■urn fifty times as great as the snm
paid for transmission. This defence
will hardly stand, A telegraph, com
pany should bo held to as great re
sponsibility as any other common
The “Gran-Juke.— The New
York Sun, wearied with awaiting the
arrival of the young Alexis, amused
itself by poking some fun at the fuss
made over the expected event by
the committees. The editor said :
We are authorized by
Who is almost erazy
with invitations tor the Gran-juke to
dine, wine, and stuff generally, to say
that the possible successor to the
throne does not come here to oat, hut
to see our institiuions, to get some
• usight into the ways us our people,
■ind lay up a store ol information
which will be useful to him when he
shall be caiicd to occupy a high po
sition near, if not on the throne of
The Cincinaali Tines and Chron
icle adopts the following method ot
telling that its Radical cotemporary
the Columbus Slate Journal is a
dull concern :
For heroic and long sustained- re
venge commend us to the postmas
ter’s organ in Columbus. About a
year ago a Cleveland paper clipped
something from it and omitted to
credit, and horn pure spite the or
gan has had nothing to clip over
About three hundred lndia«s still
inhabit the Everglades of Flotida.
as *was aauMViar.
The members ot the Board of
acatioo are ordered to meet at the
Court House on Saturday the 9th
day of December next. All teach
ers and others having claims, and
other persons having business of
any character, with the Board, are
notified to present the same on that
JAMES G. CAIN,
President of the Bo trd.
Louisvjle, Ga., Nov. 17, 1871.
We do not suppose there ever was
an article so universally popular and
commended as a family medicine
as Darby’s Prophylactic FUiitl. We
have never yet heard any one say a
word against it, hut all speak in its
The Alabama Conference is in ses
sion in Mobile, Bishop George F.
Pierce presiding. The Conference
tepresents a membership of about
35.00050u15. The North Alabama
Conicrence-of the same church rep
resenia about the same.
Harriett Thompson of New York
ia the first victim of royalty, Ghe
will probably die from iniitries re
ceived by llie upsetting of a carriage
in the ducat procession.
Louieejll*. Dec. 6.—Cotton I6J@I7J.
Augutta, December s.—Colton, IB;
Snvannah, D»e. 5. Coitou, 171(01104;.
JVeie York. D*c.!>—Cotton, I9j.
Liverpool, Dec 5, —Cotton,
CENTRAL H li. SCHEDULE.
Leave Savannah 7 IS
Arrive at Bartow 12 f,|
“ ‘ Vt»con 451
I.eav* Macon 7 s in
Arrive at Ilir.ow l| g,
“ •• Savannah 523
Leave Savannah 7 p in
A i rtvo at Harlow l ail
“ “ Mr.00n...,. 5 ir,
Leave Macon 6 ;|i)
Arrive at Bartow v ..)t :tfi
“ “ Savannah 450
Passengers for Augusta, make connection at
Mitten, on both trains.
JBTFRPON COUNTY, GEORGI',
SPRING TERM begins 3rd Monday in Jan
TUITION—Ist Class S2O per war.
2nd “ S3O
3rd ” S4O <•
Masic S4O ••
Board eaa be obtaiued nan# th* A aadamp
on reasonable term*.
•\ C. POPE.
M. A. CL RK.
•eeembsr 7,1771. 32 If
Georgia jeffebsom county-
Will be sold at the Market House in Lo«-
isville, on the First Tue-day in Jannerv n«i».
between the legal hours of sale, a Tract of Land
in said county, containing seventy acres, more
less, adjoining lands of Henry Walden, G-org»
C. Brown and others. Lev ied on as the |.rte
erty of George T. Palmer, to satisfy n fieri faeiu
issued from tha Superior Court of said county,
in favor of E. H. W. Hunter. Agent otM. J.
Baldy, vs. aaid George T. Palmer. No person
ia poeseeaion and notice jgivea to tfefenden -■ „f
JESSE T. MULLING, Shlf.
9*e*mber?,lß7l. 33 tds.
NOTICE is hereby given to Town Tax Pay
ers, that my books wii I be closed on the Bth day
of December next, alter which time execsflona
will be issued against alt delinquents.
R. J. PANNAL, Marshal.
Louisville, Ga-, Nov. 30th 1871.
ALL articles for rapair whieh have b*aa. left
ut my (hop and repaired previous to Ist 01
September, will—if not called far before the 96t1.
.day of December next—be (old n aceordanru
'with the terms of the law, to pay ,xp-nas ol im
pairing. t f. Harlow.
Louisville. Nov. 30 IS7I 4t.
C Georgia, jeffewson county.-
F Whereas, Green 3. Hall app ies to me fin
letters ot Administration on tha estate of X«d
ing Hall, late of laid county deceased-
These are therefore to cite aud anmoniw
nil paities interested, lo tppear before th-
Court of Ordinary, to be held in and for said
re.aty on.the First Monday in Janaary n»i>
aud show causa if any thay can «hy sa.u leu, it
should not be granted
W H. WATKINS, Ord'v J. C.
Nov. 30, 1871. 31 Id.
W. H. WATKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wilt praatiee ia the middle Cir-uit. 6p <-»i
attention given to the Collection of CLAIMS.
REAL ESTATE IN LOULIVILLE.
THE UNDERSIGNED haviig been ongag
ed in the Carrirge business for the pan.
twenty eight years.offers for sa'e sos two sin,,
dwelling bouse, and lot, on lire » * Ter of Wtoeh
tngton and Center Streets, containing five rooms,
three fireplaces, garden and good well ol water -
said lot contains half acre more or less; also on
the North-west corner ol same streets, one
whole square of three acres, oontainiiig Carriage
- : hjip, two story building 42X24 feel, sheds on
each side 16X42 feet, Blacksmith Shop 35X211
met, with two furnaces. Imrsetot, corncriil
cow aud wagon shelter; also a single sior.w
dwelling house containing \ rooms, kitsliva,
well and garden tho above lo.s will be solo
cheap, separately ortpgether. 1 itlca good.
J>. R- U< 14*
■Novembel 17, 1871. 2!i 61
DR. C. R STEED, formerly of TbsmsoS
Ga., offers bis professional services to ths
citizens of Louisville and Jefferson «ounty.
Office at Mrs. Dr- Miller’s residence. A (share
of patrouage solicited.
September 22, 1871. ~ 21 3 m .
Notice to debtors and cukdit-
ORS, —All persons indebted to the estate
of Thomas A. Mcßride, late es Jefferson jeonn
ty deceased, are requested to como forward
and make immediate payments, and those kav
ing claims against said eatata are notified to.
prcEor.t them in terms of th* law.
ffAMUEL J. GORDON. Adm.
Nov. 10th, 187,1. 37 64,
WILKINS & HOI’KI N;8,
Have ia stare aad are daflj receiving Bacon, Floor, Sugar, Salt, Bagging, Ties, Coffee, Whiskey, Tobacco, Molasses
Also the largest and best selected Stock of Dry Goods ever brought to this Market, at astonishing low prices.
WILKINS & MYLES)
II *v* j«*t rmmeived «»4 Mr* bo#
and from ibis lima on will be daily
receitig FRESH additions to their
Tbeir assortment is aart'd, and
embraces everything kept in a
They call particular attention to
heir assorment of
COM MEAL ALWAYS ON HAND
Hi-. ir slock has been carefully se
if cic i, and in making tbeir purchas
es, ihr '.asis and wants ot the coun
ly have been consulted. Their
y>xid- have lieeti bought upon the
oust reasonable terms, and they
win Ire sold CHEAT.
They are determined to GIVE
.SATiv'f'AC i ION, and will always
i tk« pleasure in wailing on custom
er- iind ho|M.' tocontiuUf- to merit the
: patronage ot thedr old Iriefidd,
Loe'.-viile, Oct. 16, IS7I. I ly.
GEORGIA JKFFEKBGN COUNTY—
Green MeGahee applira to me for eieinf -
’ior. oi pursonaity mid selling apart and valua.
ifiu of lf«uie. tend, mid I will pass upon ibe
name on the Iflili d»v of December 1871, at niv
office in • fit: Court Mouse of Said county at 10
. o’clock a m.
w. ii, watkins. ord'y j. c.
Doc. 7lli IST i, 21.
Georgia jefferson county.—
Whereas Amelia Week* applies to me
for exemption of p. rsonalt,, and setting apact
and valuation of Homestead, and I will pass up
uu the same af mv office in the Court House of
i. said county at lit o'clock, a. n. on So 16th day
of December H7I,
W. H„ WATKINS, Ord’y.,' J. 0.
Dec Tth 1871. tj.
GEORGIA. JEFFERSON COUNTY
Whcreiis, U. K Stni'h as administra
t r-'f A E Smith late of said a-funty, deceased,
. applies to me for leave to sell all the rial estate
of said M E Smith’s esiaie Tliese are
, therefore io cite and admonish all persons
iuUT. at. and to appear before tbe Court of Ordi
nary w ithin the lime prescribed by law and
. make known their objections if any they have
Why said Leave should not bo granted.
W. U, WATKINS Osd’v.
Deo. Till 1871. jp,
| < EOKOIA JKKFEKSON COUNTY,—
1 V3 Wherena, J T Jordan applies lo me for
Letters of Disiaissiea at Guardian of the person
and property of the estate of Sal lie M Kodger,.
These are therefore to cite all persons interest
ed to appoar before the Court of Ordinary,
, within the time preacribed by law, and make
| known their abjections if any they have, why
: said letters should not be granted.
W. IL WATKINB Ord’y.
Dec 7th 187 L. st,
g" 1 EOKOIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY.—
"iff Where*#, Samuel M. and Emit/ V. Clark,
Administrator and admiuistrairix of James W
Clark decoased applies to me for Letters of
Dismission front said Administration; these are
therefore io cite all persrfts interested te appear
et ruy office within the time preacribed by law,
and make their objection* in writing if any they
have, why said letters should ant be granted
W, H. WATKINS, Ord’y. J C
Dee. 7 1871. 2ft.
. -- . .
i 1 EOKOIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY.-
Aj" By virtue of an o der eftke Court of Or
dinary of Jeffersoa County, will be so'd at the
Market House in 'be town of Loui-villeon the
first. Tuesday iu February next within the n
u 1 hours of sale tbe following prperty belong,
ing to tile list«t ' frames W. Clark decea-cd,
‘H)i a crcs of land more or less adjoining lands
of Robert Harrow, J. W Bdnsou and othr«._
Also at the same time and place sixty acres in
the 85 District G. M. of said county and ad
joiuing 1.-iudsof U,C. Brown Ko.-n Brown and
lotiiers to tie sold for the benefit of the heirs eml
credi ors of said estate. Terms cash. Pure'u:*-
reqiured to pavfor titles stamps Ac.
W. H. WATKINe Ord’y., J 0.
. Dec, 7th 1871. 2ft. tds,
f f EOKOIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY.—
Vj Whereas, William M. Mox’oy, udiniuistrar
' tor of hi M Moxley deceased applies to tne
for Letters of dismission Irom said
administration. These are therefore to cite
and admonish all persons interested, to appear
before the Court of Ordinary, within the time
prescribed by law and make known their ob
jections, if any tbev have, why said letters
■houkl not be grauted.
W H. WATKINS, Oru’y J. C.
Dec. 5 1871. St
Georgia Jefferson county.—
Whereas F. A. Sinquefield applies to me
for letters of Dismission from the Gua«<ti.in
ship of the person and property of S. A. D.
Brown, of said county. These are thereforo
to cite and admonish «R persons interested, to
appear before the Court of Ordinary, within
tbe time preacribed by law, and make known
their objections, why said leUeraisheuld not be
W. H. WATKINS, Ord’y 3. C.
Not. 17 1871. W &»
McGowan & Stratford,
TAKB PLBASUHK IN INFORMING
their patrons and tbu public gsnecally
that thsy have now on hand
CHEAP FOR CASH,
a Urge a**oriment of
iSAfIIS All MBIT
WOOD W ABM,
BUCKETS, TUBS, Re., As., **, dbu.,
ANT and all sf which will be sold at
PSICBB TO SUIT THB TIMM.
QITB Cl A CALL.
McGOWAN * STRATFORD,
iwyr.MA' i iV
Positively my Last Round.
I nfaiffs will please notify ibe Freedmen in ibeir employ that it ia Tte*
Raying tune, *
MrPoll Tax to be Paid,
6TOKK3 BORE, 77tb District, O. M.. MONDAY, December 11th.
POPE HILL, 61st " •* TUEBDAT, •• iatb.
STAFLETON’S STORK, 76ib •* *• WEDNESDAY, •• IMk.
STAPLETON’S ACADEMY, 761 b ** - THURSDAY, - 14th.
HUDSON’S STOKE, 7Mb •• “ FRIDAY, • l&tk,
BARTOW, 86th •• “ SATURDAY, « IdtE
BETHANY, 83rd - - MONDAY, • |fl,h.
! ALEXANDER’S Woe. 84th “ » TUESDAY,) ** I9tb
Will remain in Louisville orrtill December 2-slh, at which time I wifi
positively close my Book* ami issue Executions against all who tail to pay
Os that lime.
R. A. GARVIN, T.C.
Louisville Ga., October 13lh, 1871.
Cash Capital $1,000,000
WILKINS k HOPKINS, AGTS-
Louisville Drug Store
E. H. W. HUNTER, M. D.
Druggist & Apothecary.
Saseeteor to HUNTER A CO.
i Keeps on hand a full and well assorted stock
DRUGS, MIDICINE9, CHEMICALS,
paints, oils, varnishes,
ERY, SOAPS, COMBS.
GARDEN SEED es all kinds;
PINE CIGARS end CHEWING TOBACCO;
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY Re. A*. j
Which he offers to sell FOR CASH, as sheep
at they eeii be bought, at retail, in sap town ia
August 4, 1821. Id ts.
THE UNDBBSIGND takes pleasure in in
orming tke citisrns of Jefferson and ad
joining counties that he has opened a
where work of ell description., both new and
repairjsra, will be done witii n*stuess and die
HOKBE SHOEING done in the neatest and
most .nbttantiel manner,
furnished at sort notice.
a H. HARRELL,
Jaly», 1871. and 6m.
Georgia, jefferso county-
By virtue off au order tram tbe court of
Ordinary of said county, will be raid at the
Market house, in the town of Louievillu, eU
ihe FIRST TUE'DAY in DECEMBER next,
within the ueual hours of sale, one half interest
in that tract or parcel of laud situated in said
county, containing 11070) one thousand and
seventy seres morn or less, nod adjoining lands
of A. J. Williams, Elisabeth Brawn end«them,
to be soldae the properly es the eats** of Blimt
Brown deceased, fur the benefit es the
creditors sod heirs of said deceased. Terms
cash. Purchaser required Is pay for titles.
BURWELL J. CROWN,
Adm’r EeUtate of Blisa Brswr.
Sep! 2e.l«L II kds
r*» a. v. tusr, wa. *. mssim I
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
A 1 baainesa entrusted to their earn *4l’
meet with prompt attention..
Particular attention gtvsn la Ike eelUeMS*
July 3,1871. |S fg
w v cancan. »o caavaa, • * eaavap, 4k.
W. W. Carter K Sons,
-lAJ BAY SAVANNAH.
AU* STREET, REUBOIA.
CM*Prompt personal atteation gWea la Max
CM’Planters supplied Srith Bagging and TIB
at Lowest Bate*.
July 23rd 1871. El Ip.
DR. E. & V. BDBTEB
Having resumed tke pmeties of med
icine. offers bit Piifiartieiel aerviaee (a
Ibe aittaena of Loaisaills ead the immtdiata vA
Sept. 29, 7871. m am
WE wiil pay ag«oJ price foraU the geaß
clran.Cottoo Kag* Drought to us. Nowisßp
time to get rid of your old cloth*.
WILKBW A nmna
J. W. COOLEY,
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COURT OF ORDINARY. JirrtiM* O# 2
For Covrvv Puapcssm 7
At Chsmberb Ocv. 12, WA .1
IT IB ORDERED, that there be aoitestad \f
the Tax Collector of aud county
66 per cent, upon the fftate Tex for CeU*%
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