LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:
The Faculty of Amherst College have concluded that the
beauties of the Library building and lot are sufficiently at-
tractive this year, without me and my cooling draughts; con-
sequently in looking a little to the north, I found a location
Beautiful Grounds of Dr. J. W. Smith,
where may be found in the entertainment, all the delicacies of
the seasons, to which I hope to draw your attention.
and WASHINGTON Cake.
JERSEY PEACHES, MELONS, PINE APPLES
Candies of every description, Ice Creams of dif-
ferent flavor, Roman punches, Sherbets,
Lemonade and Soda-water.
Particular attention will be paid to persons that visit the
Garden opposite the Colleges.
Amherst, Aug. 10, 1854.
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