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T. B. JOHNSON, P. M.
ry 25th, 1871. tr
If there is a stinking combioa
ider the sun, it is poor whiskey
ted OD?OOS. Whenever we scent
lor, we involuntarily exclaim, "O
IBBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID!"
Pr. J. E. GODFREY, of Atlanta,
is been spending a few days in our
He represents the St. Louis
tl Life Insurance Company, and
Iderstand will appoiot a resident
It having been circulated
rhout this County, and also in the
ling Counties, that the owners of
Gins, are subjected to pay a
be, for running the same, we are
td to learn from official sources that
is not the case.
'We direct attention to the valua
>perty offered for sale by Mr.
BARNETT, located at Manville,
rery healthy region of country, and ;
rery respectable neighborhood.
plantation offered, embraces some
finest cotton and corn lands.
)roprietor also offers his Dwelling
Store for sale, where he has been
;a successful business for the past
^y years. See advertisement.
We direct the attention of pa?
to the school notice of Mr. Tnos.
jQUEEN. We are pleased to learn
lis talents as a teacher arc fully
:iated, and that hia School is again
iourishing condition. He merits
iberal patronage of our people, and
;1 assured- that his labors will be
^ensated, by his success in estab
?g a permanent institution for thc
tration of our youth, for college aud
ie first bale of new cotton, offered
lis market, is from the plantation I
Jr. J. D. MYERS, middling quality, j
was purchased by our esteemed
citizen, Mr. EusnA CARSON, for
St. Jonrph's Academy.
will be seen by a notiee, in to?
ja issue, that this flourishing institu
conducted by the Sisters of our
of Mercy, for the education of
lg ladies, will be re-opened on the
Monday in September.
Sumter District Conference.
ie Secretary gives in this paper, a
rt of the^transactions of the above
|ious body during its recent very
tant sessions in Sumter.
Snmtcr Female Institute.
ie principals of this excellent Insti
)n, for young ladies, announce
fugh our columns, to day, that the
regular Session will begin Sep
L F. HASTINGS, Esq., President of
?Security Fire Insuranoe Company
Tew York, has made a present of a
fey of One Thousand Dollars to the
List Church, in this place, on their
?Dg through Mr. A. WHITE, the
liar agent of the Company at this
Ellis Ac Graham.
affords os pleasure to direct attcn
to the advertisement of oar friends,
are well known to the people ol
itcr County. An excellent oppor
[ty will be offered to those in want
[orees, or Males, to select fron.
Stock, which will arrive here
reen the first and seventh of Septem
next. They will be sold low, anc
be seen at thc S'.ables, near thc
fl Road Depot.
'his Musical Monthly, for August, is
land. It is replete with good stan?
pieces, new and piaqunt. 30 cents
rle number. Send for Specimen nam
[to PETERSON'S MUSICAL MONTHLY,
The Christian Weekly,
!hs above paper, published io New
k, is purely a benevolent enterprise,
is receiving a liberal patronage.
e number before os is embellished
h u fall ptge view of the "Falls of
kgra," and other illustrations, besides
merous interesting articles. Price
o Dollars a yeAr. Orders for the
rr may be addressed to B. C. Loesch,
Nama Street. '?
Something of an affray occurred in
this town on Monday evening last, be?
tween some soldiers of the garrison and
a party of negroes assembled at Main
cross Streets. Both parties were armed
aod seem to have prepared themselves
for the collision which occurred. Reports
are conflicting as to which party fired
first, bat guns aod pistols were freely
used. We have only heard of three
casualties, none of which promise to be
fatal, and those were negroes who may
or may not have been participating in
the disturbance. The night was quite,
dark and the firing promiscuous, and
thc negroes stampeded soon after the
first volley, or it might have been a
much more serious affair in its results.
The whole difficulty originated*, we
learn, in the beating of a soldier by a
negro named John Craig, on Sunday
last while the soldier was in a state of |
intoxication, and this excited his com?
rades. It is very much to be regretted
that a few evil disposed and turbulent
negroes can involve the innocent of I
their race in trouble and disturb the
peace of a whole commnnity. As to the
late difficulty, we have no voice, as we
have no power, under the wretched mis?
government of the country, and there?
fore we simply state what we learn as
the facts in the case, and every reader
can draw his own conclusions.
One of the soldiers was seriously
wounded-shot in the thigh, aud the
ball has not yet been extracted. The
soldiers say the negroes swore they did
not dare to come up street that night,
and that the negroes commenced the
One Jim Reed, a colored man re?
siding on the plantation of E. W. Moise,
Esq., has been extensively engaged in
the sale o? the Porcine species, h is
business being conducted by an agent
who effected the sale to thc residents of
the Town. It appears that the said
Jim Reed, for some months patt, has
been gathering up hogs belonging to
his friends and neighbors, of both
colors, and after collecting a goodly
number, would send his agent in thc
town to engage thc sale io advance of
the delivery. We are gratified to learn
that this traffic has been suddenly
interrupted by th? strong arm of the
law, as several warrants for the parties
have been issued, and are now ir: che
hands of the proper authorities.
Wm. G. Wnllden.
We would direct the special atten?
tion of our readers to the advertisement
of this gentleman. Our friend has been
engaged in business on King Street
over twenty one years, and was favorably
and extensively known as one of the
firm of the large and enterprising house
of Messrs. HAY/DBS & WHILMN. Ile
will devote his attention entirely to the
retail business, and offers a carefully
selected stock of Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware, also a choice assortment
of table Cutlery, China and White
Granite Goods, and a variety of Fancy
Articles. His establishment is at 255
King Street, corner Beau fain. Give Mr.
WHILDEN a call when you visit Charles
ton. He will sell you everything in
.lis line at the lowest possible prices.
JtlliUnerr at Baltimore.
Messrs. ARMSTRONG, CA TOR & Co
have sent us, with the regularity char?
act cris tic of this long established house,
their semi-annual advertisement, which
will be found in another column. This
firm, embracing liberal and high toned
gentlemen, have made themselves well
known through the press of the State,
andar? reaping the benefits of a judi?
cious system of advertising. They offer
a splendid stock of Goods, unequalled io
choice variety and cheapness, comprising
the latest European Novelties. We
take pleasure io referring to their j
ldvcrtisemeot, aod commend them to
the liberal patronage ot oar merchants.
At New York on the evening of the
21st inst., stood at 18} cents, is reported
steady and firm, with light offerings.
Liverpool-same date, easier at 8?d.
-A Newark boy was frightened
by a snake a few days ago, aod after
irards, going to to batbe while heated,
?ame oat ill with what the doctors affirm
to original hydrophobia, unmistakable
in its character.
-The German Government has
?ecided that the 10,000 railroad cars
taken from France daring the war aro
to be returned as speedily as possible,
railroad rolling s tock not being classified
as legitimate "spoils of war."
-Somebody told Jerrold that Geo.
Robbins, the auctioneer, was dead ; "and
sf coarse," oded the gentleman, "his bu?
siness wi!! go to the devil." "Oh then,
he'll get it again," said the wit.
'?a? m ?o?
-Romantie Amelia (to her be?
trothed yoong doctor)-"Look, dear,
such a beautiful sunset ? The sky is
.rimson." Un rom an tic Dorar-"Ya as,
tppears to have bad a ma.? tard plaster
-The steam power employed io
he United States docs tie labor of
140,000,000 man, while tl at of Great
Britain is equivalent to 490,000,000.
-A patfaar in Penney] tsa?a atarte
iff by calling a neighboringeditor a
coundrel, Har, and assassin,
G 0 UDEYSYILLE, UNION C07 S. C.
Messrs. Do wie, Moise A Devis,
DEAS SIM :-Henry Moore, * nun veli known
in this neighborhood, bad become Very mach
emaciated from cen tinned attacks of "Ch Hs and
Fever," and bad found no relief from quio ?ne or
other medicines, which ha faithfoUj nsed. . See?
ing bis condition we sold him a. bm of "Moise's
Fever and Aguo Pilis," agreeing ha should not
pay for them, if ba would ase ihem^aeeording to
directions and they did not care bias.. He took
them, nsed them, waa completely oared and call?
ed some weeks afterwards, poid 1er . them, sad
expressed himself much gratified as th? result.
We cannot only send jon further testimonials,
but can ourselves certify that in.every.case we
bare sold them, they have given eneire satisfac?
tion. J. TOLLESON & SON.
For sale by sJl Prtggists. . _, ,
Xsebllly ead Em ade tic a
Both result from the lack of ability to convert
the food into nutriment. How necessary, then,
for those suffering from these alarming symptoms
to immediately resort to a remedy that will
strengthen the stomach and digestive organs.
For, as soon as this desirable object has been ac ?
compiisbed, the health improves, and the patient
r?sumes his usual personal appearance. Hostel?
ler's Stomach Bitters have attained a world-wide
popularity in such esses, end have been proven
the best sod safest means of removing constipa?
tion, toning the stomach, giving energy to tho
liver, and'relieving every symptom of nervousness
and depression of spirits. Its cheering and bene,
fieial effects are highly spoken of by thousands,
who owe to it their restoration to health. No
restorative in the annals of medicine has attained
the same popularity in tba short space of time it
has been before the public, or has won the hijft
endorsements accorded to this excellent tonie.
Many other preparations, purporting to be cor?
rectives and restoratives, hare been introduced,
sud have perished one by one, wlile the popular?
ity of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters continues to
increase, and is now recognised as a standard
household medicine. Tbs success which attends
tho use of the Bitters evinces at ones its virtues
in all eases of debility . and disease of the
stomach. Certificates, almost without number,
have beta published, attesting its truly miracu?
lous power in removing those painful and fearful
diseases. And at this Hmo it seems idle to do
more than eall attention'to the great remedy of
the agi?, in order to awaken pnblie attention to
its excellence. It is the only preparation of the
kind that is reliable ie all cases, end it is there?
fore worthy of the consideration ot the afflicted.
Signa of the So dla e.
A philosopher in the West, grown into admi?
ration of the Cherry Pectoral, writes Br. Ayer
for instructions ander which sign he shall be
bled, which blistered, and which vomited, ead
nnder which he shall take Ayer's Pills for an
affection of the liver : also ander which sign his
wife should commence to take the Saraparilla
far ber ailment. He adds that he airead/ knows
to wean bis calves nnder Taurus, change bis
pigs in Scorpio, eut his hair in Aries, and seek
bis feet ia Pisces or Aequarius as their condition
Schoolmasters, start fot Wisconsin, sad visit
Mr. Ham when yon git there. [Lowell Baily
Dr. J. S. HUGHSOK,
WOULD INFORM HIS PATRONS AND
FRIENDS, that he bas removed his office to tbs
new building, on Main Street, next above Mr.
T. T. Upsbar's Store, where they may fiad him
from 10 o'clock A. M., to 1 P. M., ead from 4}
to ti P. M.; unless professionally engaged. If
abtent they will please leave their names on tho
After 7 o'clock, P. M., bo will be found at his
jesidence on Liberty Street, opposite the Acade?
THE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liqnor Hoiise
THE UNDERSIGNED.begs leave to
call tba attention of his friends and the
public generally to his
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Which be offers low for CASH ONLY.
All articles warranted as recommended
f?r* Pare Modioinal Liquors kept constantly
J. H. EBERHART.
April 13 tf
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF SUMTER,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
[?on?as M. DeLorme, Plaintiff,
Charles DeLorme, Henry B. DeLorme, Charlas
H. DeLorme, William M. DeLorme, Samuel
J. Bro wa ead Hortense C. Brown, ale wise,
James H. Bracey aad Elisabeth M. Bra-toy,
bis wife, Judith H. DeLorme, Minnie Swin?
ton DeLorme, Carrie Budd DeLorme, Jsaes
E. DeLorme ead Joba F. WV DeLorme,
TO THE DEFENDANTS, Charles DeLorme,
Seary B. DeLorme, Charles H. DeLorme, Wil?
lam M. DeLorme, Samuel J. Brown ead Hor?
ca se C. Brown, his wife, Jsaes H. Bracey ead
Elisabeth M. Bracey, bb wife, Judith H. De
[.orme, Minnie Swinton DeLorme. Carrie Redd
D iLonas, Jessee JL DeLorato ead John J. W.
YOU ARB HEREBY SUMMONED ead ta
laired te answer the complaint la this action,
rhieh is .filed ia the oftee of tbs Clerk of the Coori
>f Coomoo Plsee,fer the seid C sea ty, ead ls lorre
lopy of your answer U the said eossplaint ok the .
ebserieen at their omeo, ia the Town of Som
e.-in the County ead State tfeseeakL wilbla
wooly days after the service hereof, eaetarfve af <
ho day oTseek setwise: oed if yea fall to eau s
*er the ooaptrtet witbJs fie tinortterveeki, the i
is relief dessaaaedie (ftc ces?plaint. < ?
*&?t iSasT ** ******* A*B< im'
FRAS^B^lSsWORTHS A COOP**
AafXeVf? Pkinti?fs jettomya.
Pickled Beef, - - IO cte, per lb.
Western Butter, - 35c. per lb.
Best Goshen Butter, on Ice,
50 cents per pound.
Breakfast Strips, - 12lc per lb.
Sugar Cured Hams, 20c. per lb.
Low Grades Flour, $6 per bbl.
Super Flour, - - $7 per bbl.
Clarified Sugar, - 14c. per lb.
More of that Hyson Tea, at
75 cents per pound.
Fresh Dates, - - 15c. per lb.
Genuine "Pieper & Co,,"
Pints and Quarts.
White Corn Whiskey.
Best Scotch Ale
Wild Cherry Brandy.
For Pickles, Preserves, &c.
Just Received and for Sale by
Chas. H. Moise & Co.,
SUMTER, S. C.
ADRIAN & V?LLERS.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WE KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE AS?
TO BE FOUND 15 ANY SOUTHERN MAR
ket Oar Lia* of
Of ?rery kind i* completo, and at price? tbat ea: i
off all inducements to send order* North. Close
baying customers will And that they sata mony
by ordering from aa: Oar Catalogne fur the spring
trade is unusually fall.
Wines, Liquors & Tobacco.
Whiskey, Gin, Ram,
Brandy, Wine*, Bitters,
Ale, Porter, Ac.
1 Chewing Tob?ceo, In caddies and J boxes, of
Smoking Tobacco, all kinds, in }, \, i at d I
Segare, a good many different sorts and all
Tba abor? we offer to tbe trade low fer CASH
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
Marek 27_ Wilmington, N. C.
16,000 BUSHELS CORN,
8,000 Barrais Floor,
1M Barrels Pork,
f0 Baza* B. S.and L. C. Sid?*,
J? Hhd*. D. 8. aad Smoked Sida* and
496 Sack* Rio, Jara and Lageayra Coffee,
20 Hhd*. Demarara aad P. R. Sager,
260 Bbl?. Refined Sugar-ali grades,
SOO llhda. Coba Molasses,
IM Bbls. Cate Molasses,
160 Hhds. Sugar Hoe*? Moiseses,
IOS Bbls. Sugar House Molasses,
SOO Bales Hay,
2,000 Seeks Salt,
150 Bbls. and Boxes Crackers,
15 Tabs Botter,
200 Boxes Soap,
100 Case* Ly* ead Potash,
75 Bbls. aod Tab* Lard,
76 Bbl*, and Kit* Mackerel,
75 Boxes Tobacco,
80 Box** Soda,
150 Kegs Nails,
60 Bexes Cheese,
For sal? b>
I. If. XBKCHKER,
27, 28 ead 29 North Water Street,
May 10 Wilaiagtow. JL Cg
Court of Common Plea?,
COUNTY OF SUMTER.
Elizabeth JV. Bradley, Plaintiff, against
John McLeod Bradley t Gordon Brad?
ley, Mary Murray Bradley, Samuel
Bradley, Henry Hoghes Bradly,
John N. Frierson and Edvard &
Pensent rs aa Order of tte Coast ia this ea/*,
?ede at May Tsrrn, 1871, tte Creditors of Suaeei j
!. Duft*?, retested, tke^ttatatet la tteesaaa, s
ereby aMrfcd to eome ia befare ese eal ame
LseiAstei. ?aierteSsi* lia.lat day et Eeaeteber
ext, ead steele ettaait of their casals* Ja te
tate ttetr sleets by that tiree Ikey win te os
laded ste teaeAt af tte deere* seed* ia tte ese*.
Clerk sf tte Coari and Reftree.
Ottte OSJee, Seester, Hay Slat, 1871.
Tim T. Upstar's Store,
SUMTER, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
announce? to tho public, that he bas in
.store, and will be constantly receiving, a large
and varied assortment of
Suitable for Plantation and Family ute,
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
will be ?Hewed Merchants, and they are specially
invited to call and exau>ine his Stock, and they
will find that his business facilities enable bits to
supply them with goods
AS QBE AP AS THEY CAIT BUY THEM
in any Northern or Southern Market. Cone and
see for yourselves, an ocular demonstration is
Highest Market Price
paid for Cotton.
AND TUREE FOURTHS OP THE VALUE
CASH, will be advanced, on all Cotton Shipped
to the House in Baltimore for which he is agent,
and it will be held over if desired. He will make
a speciality c
Corn, Bacon and Flour,
which he is prepared to furnish in any quantity
?ST* Customers and Families purchasing
their supp!'?s at my establishment, ean bavo
them delivered free'of charge, at their residences
within the limits of the town.
BAGGING AND TIES,
AT LOW RATES.
THE COTTON FOOD FERTILIZER, guaran?
teed to produce as much as Peruvian Guano,
pound for ponnd, aere produce.
ZELL'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE, a capital Fer.
iiliser, always on band.
" f3P Country Produce taken in ?change
THOS. T. UPSHUR, JR.
HOYT & FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS,
MAIN STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
WE, the undersigned, having foi med a co?
partnership, on the 5?h June, 1S71, under
the name and style of HOYT A FOLSOM, would
respectfully announce to the public of Sumter,
aad the adjoining counties, that we are now pre?
pared to ext cute all work entrusted to us with
promptness, and in a workmanlike manner.
OUR STOCK will embrace the Ir.test styles of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
All of which will be sold at the lowest cash
OLIVER HOYT, .?
F. H. FOLSOM,
At Hoyt's Old Stand Main Street.
^.The genuine DIAMOND SPECTACLES,
manufactured by J. B. SPENCER A CO., New
York, always on band.
THE undersigned baring just received a fine
S .PREPARED TO PUBNISn
Monumental & Cemetery Work,
of all kinds
in a manner that will compare favorably with
any work in hit line. Having received a liberal
patronage heretofore, be continues to invite all
who may be desirous of any thing in his line to
give him a eal!.
He defies competition ia price?.
f3r Positively no work delivered in the futore
oe til paid for.
W. P. SMITH.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Now hast?o Store' a Large and Careful?
ly selected Stock of
Spring and Sammer Goods,
WHICH HS GUARANTEES AS REPRE .
8?NTED, SUCn AS
CLOTHING-Fine, Medium and Common,
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Pin? Lot Tweeds, a
Gloves and Cravats,
Hankerehhjf*, Ac, 1
which he pledget himself te ?ell Ie? far esta. J
April M _
AtAtftTA* Where ea Ibis globe caa we g* be?
yond (be omnipresent Yankee? Loading at
Bm*; we had walked hat a ?hart distance lato -,
Ike .town whets we reached tb* northern depot of
Dr. Ayer/s med trino? ia fall display among nh? S
huts, shanties and tourts of these boreal tribe*- 6
There the familiar, bametike names of bis Cherry
Pectoral Pill?, Ac, s?late ns from tba exterior and
tba interior of a store w hieb ?Lows more business a
than Us aeLjbears, aad proves that that? ?imple ?
bat ?are rtmodies ara even mare aeoenry to f(
?avage life thta to our??!?? where they visit
rvevy fireside. (Cufreepeadeat Ale**** Jaar
J. E. SUAREZ
TH?? SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS
? Friends and Customers tbat bs bas receired
and will continua (o receive
NEW AND CHEA P FURNITURE,
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists of almost ev^ry article in tbat
line, ris :
SOFAS, SIDE-BOARDS, BOOK-CASE*
Wardrobes, Extention Tables,
Sitting and Rocking Chairs, of every kind
Cribs, Cradles, Trundles Cottage Bedsteads
Some more of those CHEAP COTTAGE SETS
Meat Safes, Window Shades and Wal
Papering-all low for CASH.
J. ?. Snares,
Main Street, opposite Express Office
Entrance from Stair Cass on Main Street to
SINGER'S NEW FAMILY
Stands unrivalled by any other manufactnrer In
the whole world.
The sales for last year 1870, 127,833, being
over forty four thousand more than any other
It will hem, fill, bind, gather tuck and ia fact
do all that can possibly be done by machining in
the most perfect manner.
A full assortment of silk twist, eolors sises,
needles for all the leading styles of machines end
a general stock of attachments and sewing ma?
chines goods generally.
* Address J
GEO. E. NEWELL,
Agent Singer Sewing Machins.
No. 9 South Front St.
NOAH WALKER & CO.
Celebrated Clothiers of
BALTIMORE, MD. j
Announce tho introduction of a n!an of ordering
CLOTHING AND UNDERWEAR
BY LETTE it,
to which they call your special attention.
They will send on application their improved
RULES FOR SELF:MEASUREMENT.
and a fall line of samples from their immense
stock of CLOTHS, CASSIM EUES, COAT
IN GS, SHIRTINGS, Ac., Ac, thus enabling
parties in any part of the country to order their
Clothing and Shirts direct from them, w th the
certainty of receiving garments of
TJie Y cr ?j Latest Style
And Most Perfect Fit
(tools ordered will be seit by Express to any
part of thc country.
As is well known throughout tho Southern
Sutes they bare for FORTY-THREE YEARS
in all department? of their business, which is a
substantial guarantee as to the character of th?
Uoods they will send ont.
A large and well-assorted stock of
always on band, together With a full line of
including all the latest Novelties in Design, and at
When Goods are sent per Express C. O D.,
there will be no collection charge on amounts of
$20 and ever
Rules for Self-Maasurement, Samples of
Goods and Price List sent/rre on application.
The attentive <>f the Trade is invi:cd to our
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT which is al?
ways kept up to the highest standard.
NOAH WALKER A CO.
Manufacturers and Deislers ia Men's and Boys' j
Clothing and Furnishing Goods, either reedy
wade or made to order.
165 ?od 107 Baltimore Street,
PLANS AND ESTIMATES furnished on
spplication. Will at'end to any business en?
trusted to him with aecuraey and dispatch.
Refers to FOES OR FRIENDS.
Address, Box 20, Manchester, 8. C.
ROBERT BROUN, D. 8.
New Style Window Shades.
AFIN^aseortq.'rr.t of WOODEN WINDOW
SHADES, which f< r their durability excel
Ul others. For ?al? at tbe Sumter Furnitur?
J. E. SUARES, Agent.
m mm nm
Near the Sumter Depot.
TOTE baring se Ieee tod ear Mill as to enable
YT as to sell say kind ef Lumber for LESS
ION EY than aar other 1HU within reach of
caster, have established e
ear th? Railroad Dspot, ?ber* can hs found all
?elide* of Lamber, as cheep as it ese be sold.
All bill* for Lumber not on. th* Yard, can be
krsrisked at sheri noises. -^ ? .
l?*M . REAM BS ft ?(?.
?tay IT .tai
L. H. Miller.
Miller's Safe and L'on Works,
ESTABLISHED IN 1857.
MILLER'S BALTIMORE MADE SAFE
tbe best now in nso-wat ranted free from
rust, dampness or decay.
WELDED STEEL AND IRON
Burglar - Proof Bank
Key and Combination
Bank Vaults and Boors.
Sales Ho om 265 Baltimore St.
FA CT OR Y-Sytarc homded by
Henrietta, Claret, Fremont
and Warner Streets.
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
OVER 12,000 IN USE.
TESTED IX 200 FIRES.
Fraser, Haynsworths <fc Cooper, Hoyt k Folsom,
Sumter, S. C.
Worth k Worth, Wilmington, Nc. Ca.
Joba Agnew k Son, Colombia, S. C.
National Bank of Chester, S. C.
Smith k Melton, Chester, S. C.
900 IN BALTIMORE.
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