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lence with his wife-and- children cannot dry
their tears, yet they have 6ur sympathy ire
Reshf-'d, That a copy of these proceedings
be sent to his family, and that the chairman
bf this meeting present them to his Honor
fite presiding Judge at the next session of the
court for this District, with a request that
they be entered on the Journals, and also to
the Chancellor at the next session of the
Court of Equity with a like request.
-A. C. SPAIN, Chiarman.
On motion of Col. J. U. MILLER, it was re
solved, that the proceedings of this meeting
be published in the Sumter Banner, Column
bia Carolinian and Chaileston Courier.
F. J. MOSES, Chm'n.
E. M. ANDERSON, eC'y.
Mr. eth W. Fowle, Boston: Dear sirr- I
perceive by all the newspapers, that you
are the General Agent of that very useful
and highly popular Medicine called Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry. Allow ine to in
form you, sir that I have used that medicine
in may family with decided success. Last fall
iny wife was quite sick; had a very bad
:ongh. I consulted a physician who visited
HOY afa prescribed some medicine, which did
Not ten*we her cough. At last lie ordered
171. WISTAIR'S BALSAM OF WILD
H ERRY. linmniiliately procured a bottle
of your ageut in dis place, Mr. Daniel V.
Doty; she took it, and it e-tred her cough en
tirely. Duriuig the winter I hrad a fever my
self, which left ie very weak, and feeble; I
was obliged, however, to take two bottles be
fore I was entirely well. All who have had
Colds, severe Coughs, or diseased Lungs, I
would advise to try
DIL WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD
CHERRY at once.
Signed, DAVID AYERS.
I am personally acquainted with Mr. Ayers
and believe his statement to be true, and en
titled to the confidence of the public.
Pastor of the 1st Presbyterian clnch,
None gentune, un-e4 .signed I. BUTTS
on the wrapper. For sale in Suiterville, by
Dr. J. I. MILLER, at the Drug Store; and
qy Druggists generally in South Carolina.
MARRIED--On the 5th October by ihe
Ilon. T. G. McCrary, Mr. S-rcPiH.N L. IIA vxs,
(family of Sumter District, S. C.,) to Miss
Caroline E. only dauighter of Z. S. Standiler
Esq. all of Ilarris County Ga.
In pursuance of an Act of the Legislature
passed in December, A. ). 1839, an Election
for Sheriff and Ordinary for Sumter District,
will take place at the usual places of Election
in said District on the second Monday in Jain
uary next, being the tenth day of said month.
J. D. JONBS, c. c. r. s.
Oct. 27. 1847. 1 lot
TO TIE PLANTERS OF SUMTER
The subscriber having recently had erec
ted on his plantation, one of P'rovost's Patent
swinging Fulcra Cotton Presses, and with
which lie is well Pleased, and believing it to
be far s.uperior to the Screw or any thing nIw
in use forCotton Packing . purposes--he his
purchased the right of said Press for Saimter
)istrict. This Press has been in ecessful
operation for three years. i regard to the
convenience of the Press, it can he attached
to the Gin-house, and sheltered all under one
rof. It is well calculated to press from four
hundred and fifty to five hundred pounds of
Cotton in four and a half yards hagging, and
that with one smutle. The workumianship of the
Press is quite simiple-takes umich less tinn..
ber than that of a screw, and can be built ini
one-third of the time, and cani lie raised ini
three or four hours with seven hands without
any danger whatever. The undersigned biegs
leave to imifornm the public that he has w' rt
msen now ready to attend the building of the
Press: Price tifty dollars,_they furn;. his.g
timbers anid materials.
Persons wishing to build their own Press
will be furnished withI a bill of t inibers, and
dimentionss for, t wenty duollars, ($'20.) Me
chanics wishsin'g to enter into the bussinee'ss,
can have by one hundred dollars ($m00,)
worth at $10 per Rig.ht. Any further infor
mnation wanting, aply to the unmdersigneod at
Friendship P. 0., Sumter lDistrict M. C.
.AMES S. TINDAI..
-Nov.3d. .. . Itt
Tfhe suhuscriber placed into hands on Sun.i
day the 22d August, last, a letter eniclosinig
a One Hlundred Dollar Bill of thme Blank of
the State of South (Carolinia. The Bill hi ud
been tore ain two amid either pinned toget h.ir
or pasted. In the samse Letter was enchesod
an execution on Tlhomsas Bhoone on which an
asignmenmt was miadeC by aim to John 1I. lDi'.
in ; also an account of Mcluncan against
John II. Dixin for $175 of which accounit was
receipted by McDuncan. Th'le lette'r was
sealed and directed to John II. Dixinm Bish mr-,
ville. Thme money and,1papers wore eclose'd
In the presence of WV. 1. Spasm and Sw op
son Sanders, and delivered to Sweon San..3mm
ders in the presence of William T'. Spanes,
with particular charge to Swepsoin Sander s
not to loose the letter and contents an I I
charged hint several times in the presence o~f
W. T. Spann, to be very catreful of the letter,
which he promised faithfully to deliver to .1.
II. Dixon. It is said the letter was lost by
Swvepson Sanders on hsis way front his father'.s
to John II. Dixons. All thme Baniks and ini.
viduals who may receive a Bill of said dec.
scription, will please investigate when t h
person received thme Bill. I would give as
reasonable Reward for the money and papers,
and will give the whole of the money if as
discovery is made that the letter wags broken
opet and the money taken tromn it; for I anm
determined to bring the persns gtuilty to stneh.
punishment as thme laws of South Carolina
provides in such cases.
WM. II. BOWVEN.
Sept. 14, 18147. 1 3t
LADIES' FANCY STORE !
The subscribers have just opened a hand.
some assortment of Fancy Millinery Goods:
consisting of thme latest styles of Bonnets
and Flowers ; Plaid and Omblra Shaded
ibmbons. Also, a handsome assortment of
D~ress Goods: consisting of P'laids, Plain anid
Figured Silks, Tarlton P laidls and Raw Silks.
They thank the public for their past pa
tronage, and solicits a continnmance.
Dress-making dlone ins the latest styles.
IWILBURlT' & LAN.\G AN.
O~tober 'l7th. P17. 5'l 3t
'The subscriber ofers for'sls i n6w and-well
furnished HWuse with four uprightL..,gns,
Entry, and Plaza two Fire Places, 1vitW al
necessary out buildings, all built within the
present year. The lot containii about 10
acres of land.in a Igh and airy part o- the
Village affording g water. This place % ill
be soTw low and on liberal terhs.
Also two waggnon ne for two horses and
-one. suitoble for three horses, and a Buggy
-just finishad, light and strong.
The above Vehicles will be. sold law for
cash dr city acceptance.
T. J. COGHILAN.
Nov. 3,. 1 It
800Tli-4ROLINA --SUMTER DIST.
By W. LEWIS,' Esq., Ordinary for
' Sutnter District.
WuERFAS, .J. I. Chandler, hath applied
to me for LeUers of Administration on all
and singula 'ihe goods and chattels, rights
and credits of E. Chandler, late of the
District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all-and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appenr before mne
at our next Ordinary's Court for Lrw said Dis
trict, to be holden at Sumiter Court House on
Friday, the 12th day of November, 1847, to
show cause, if any, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and Seal, this
25th day of October,, in the year of
[r.. s.] our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and forty-seven, and in the 71st year of
W. LIW1S, O. S. D.
Oct.25, 1847. W 2t
The subsecribers respectfully inform the
inhabitants of Sunterville niid vicinity, that
they are about opening a 1AKER'Y, to com
mnence on Monday, November Ist,. for sup
plying Bread, Biscuits and Cakes of every
description, at Charleston prices.
Famuilies wishing to be served with -Bread
every morning wil please leave their orders
at A. Loryea's store.
The subscribers hoping that by strict at
tention, good quality and punctuality, to so
licit the patronage of the- public.
Fresh =rend' evefy morning, and Freolh
Qakes of every deweription by 3 O'clock eve
J. 1. DALLISON.
N. B.-Orders punctually attended to.
Oct. 27, 1847. 52 6m11
The subscriber, thankful for past favors
begs leave to inform his friends and the public
generally that lie has just received a full as
sortnent of French and English Cloths,
Cassimners and Vestings. Also, Gloves, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs and suspenders.
Oct. 23, 1847.
- ec1anics Association.
The first Quarterly Meeting df the Me
chanics Association, will be held at the Old
Methodist Church on Thursday, 4th Novem.
her next. The Mechanics of the District
are invited to attend. -
A. CONWAY, Secretary.
Oct.20, 1847. 2L
CHARELSTON NEW STORIr
The suhbscriber wouild respectfully informi
the citizens. of Humterv ile and viinity, that
he is tnw receiv'ing and opening his FA Ll
STOCK of Goods, consisting of
Dry Gaxsla, Groceries, Iardware, Cutlery
anid Croekory; Uootu and shoes; hiats and
Caps, &c. &.c. -&c.
Oct.'20, 1847- 4t tf
A CURE FOR)I
H A RD TrI M E1S!!!
SMALL PROFITS FOR CA SI!.
TH. subscriber is now receiving a large and
general assortment of New G(xxds; viz:
D~ry Goods, Groceries, lIhardware, Cutlery,
Carpenters Tools, ('rockery ; Shoes and
floots, hats, Caps and Bonnets;
RIE A D Y' MA Lu4 t)gy''IINyi.
Coats, Vests, Pants, Shirts, Pine Black Cloaks
&c. &c.; Candies assorted;
,IIAGGINGI AND ICOPI.;
T obacco, segars, &c.
MUSICA L I NSTRtUMENTgS.
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c.; anid als", a se
ler ted lot of Italian Violin and Guitar string.',
and a groat many Panucy Article. too) tedious
to mention. All of which, will bo sold low
L,. B. HIANKS.
O),posite China's ilofei.
October 20, 1817, 22 tf
PLANTATIION FOR SA LE,
Near P'rovidence anud I~radfuord Sprinsgs.
TIhe sub~scriber offers his Plantation, bet ween
Providence and Bradford t'prings, fur szale.
It cntains Eleven limundred and Fify
(1150O) acres; about 250) cleared; the rest
well timbered. A good dwvelling house and
the necessary plantation buildings. T1hris
place combines, in an eminent degree, the
advantages of health, good land, and good
water. A purchaser muight "go further and
J..W, J.ROWN FIEIL D.
Sent. 29, 18R7.. A8 Ut
DRAPER AND TAILOR,.
One door above McLead's old
Respectfully returns his thanks to the eiti
eens of this District, for the encoutagingpa
crouage they have tiu far given. him aince.
his commencement in business.
He is now receiving and opening a very
FINE STOCK OF GOODS
in his line, which he proposes .t sell and
make up upon equality, on -as good-terms as
any in the place. All persons wishing to
have work done, are respectfully dolicited to
give him a call, befoe purchasing elsewhiere,
as he will eudeavor to give general satisfac.
Sunterville, Oct. 20, 1847. 5.,f '
W. R. HUNTER, Agent of the "Cemetery
Marble Works", will be at .China's Hote,
Suiterville, during the first week in Novem
ber next; when all, who desire, will have an
opportunity of procuring a' Memorial to mark
the resting place of the Dead. Persons re
siding in the town or vicinity, who may de
sire to examine his Drawings and prices at
their residpnce, .will be accommodated by
leaving a written request to that effect at the
Post office, Sumnterville, previouy to 2d- -Nov.
Oct. 20, 1847. -1 2b
The creditory of Jonathan Miller who are
entitled to a dividend of the propetty assign
cd by him for the benefit of his ''reditors, are
hereby notified that a dividerd of said proper
ty will be declared on Monday, the 10tf' of
January ntext, at Darlington Court House.
S. W. IHIUARELL, Asignee.
October 5th, 1847. 51~ 2t
I have just received anid am now opening
a very large assortment of every description
of Goods, comprising Dry Good's, Groceries,
Slardware, Cutlery, S a d d Ie ry,* Crockery,
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Carriage riniigs,
Shoes and Boots, Ihats and Caps, Donnets,
Ready-made clothing, Cooper's ware and
Carron ware, and a variety of other articles
not to be found in any other store in the place.
The subscriber having laid in his Fall stock
with a view to the purchase of Cotton during
the Business season, would respectfully call
tie attention of the Public to the same. Ile
will give the righest market price for otton
Ol' other country produce in Cash or Barter.
A. J. MOSES.
Sumterville, Oct. 13, 1847. tf
Persons having leiimands againi R. R.
Drake, dece:ase,1 are retinested to present
them properly attested; and Shose indebted,
to make payment to the subscriber.
ALEX. NORRIS, Adninds'r.
Oct. 13, 1847. 50 at
The subscriber has just returned from
the North witlh a full and well selected
stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES,. and all
kInd of JEWE LRY. Also, PISTOLS, Fine
UTLERY, PERFUMERY, TOYS and
Knick Knackeries of every description.
The above stock is the' largest that has
iver Wu ofoered in Sumnterville.' Has been
snlected m ith great care, and calmtot fail to
Purchonsers may expect to find great bar.
gains for Ce s h.
The subscriber returns his greatful ac.
knowledgmnents for past favors, and solicits a
renewal of patronage.
Sumterville, Sept. 14, 1847. 46 ly
N. B.-Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paiired as tusual.
N. CA ROLINA BACON.
2M0 pounds North Carolina Bacon, for sale
by D)ICKSON & LATTA.
One llndred Thonusanid Extra Large size
for sale at Scren Dollars per 'Thousand, by
Oct. 13. A. J. MOSES.
Persons hav'.ing dlemnands against Mrs. Nan.
er Rcees, dlecensed, are reqtuested to. present
hemI pro'poly attested; and~tlwume-indebted to
minake paymemnt to the subscriber.
ALEX. NORIU(S, Executor.
Oct-. l', 1847. 50- 3t
Th le subscriber havinw taken possesion of
the personal Estate of Senjamin R. Ilodsge,
deceased, as derelict. 'The creditors of said
dleceased, will therefore hand their demands
to mue fomr payment.
W. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
Sept. 8, 1847. - 46 tf
A. W HIT E, & CO.
flog leave to inform their friends and tihe
public generally tha;t they have just received
from Newv York and Philadelphia-and will
sell on as reasonable terms as they can be
obitainied any' where in this market-a large
andt aj ,dembd ausortumenat of
1''A AC)YA ND S'I'A PLE DR Y GOODS,
suitable for the J.all TJrade, conmsistina of
Mauslins, Cramnbrics, Calices, Linwons, Shirt.
miigs, Shetings mand Hlomospnuns ; Broad.
clothyI, XIatmeLts, Tweeds and Jeans, Negro
cloths, Bllanakets, &c. of every description..
Also, a largo gssortmnt. of fHats and Caps,
Boots anid Shoes, Stationory, Saddlery, hag.
ging, Rope and Twine; liardware, Cutlery,
(;roc~eries, &c, &c. of the most approved
quality. Peorsonms wishing to) miiake purcha.
sos ill do well to chil-End examine for
Sept. 20, 1817. 47 t f
An excellent and well finished PIANO in
perfe~ct oarder. Also, a first rate SULKEY
AND llAlNESS of Reoynold's muake, very
little used. he termas will be liberal anid1
accommnodatidg.- Apply to
A.. J.t MOSB5.
EDWA RD SOLJOMONS,
SU M T E tIt L LE, 8. C.
Ojfice '2 doors North otf the Court House.
SEED RXE AND OATS.
North Carolina seed Ry.e and seed Oats for
sale by DIJCKSON & LATTA.
Oct. 13, 1847. 54) 3,
57The friends of JACOB aWHITB4
HEAD, Esq., announce him a .a caididate
for Sheriff, at the next, after thea eisuing lec.
. rWe are authorized to announce JOS.
M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the.of.
fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county,
at the ensuing election.
9T We re authorized to announce Dr. W.
J.- WOODS, as a candidate for Representa
tive of Clarendon, at the ensuing election.
0i3We are authorized to announce WIL
LIAM-G. BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for
Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election.
FALL TRADE OF 1847.
M- TEOMCS OiT,
Corner f King and Beaufain streets, (at the
IHas in Store and is now receiving an exten
sive and varief asseitment of staple and fan
cy Dry Goods- consisting in part of
Merino, Aneolb, Limbs wool, fAma, Alpaca,
Cashmere and Worsted Hose and half Ilose:
Black, white and colored cotton Hosiery
of every description for men women
A full assortment of Silk, and spun Silk
Hosiery: Merino, Lambs wool, Caledonia,
lipswch, Germnuton and silk shirts and
Pants for Ladies and Gentlemen;
Fall Gloves of every description;
Silk and spun silk Gloves,
Iidies and Gentlenen's best Paris Kid
White Muslins and Cambrics.
Book, Mull, Nan-sook, Bishop's Lawn
Strip'd and check'd Books, plain, strip'd and
Check'd Jaconets and Cambrics, check
Lawns, Lappets and stripes.
Collars chemozettes, Ilabit shirts, Robes
Insertings and Edgings, a large assortment.
Laces and Lace goods.
Of every description and newest styles.
Of the varioup and best shades of color, of
the well known Manufacturies.
Silks and Fancy Goods,
Embracing every variety of plain and figured
Back,watered, colored and changeable silks.
Of every description, plain plaid and figured
Cashnerev and Mouse DeLaines:
Particular attention is requested to a few
Richly Ernboiderf Cashmeres,
And Monse 0e Lanes debidedly tile richest
and most beautiful goods of the season.
Also a large assortment of Veivet, Satin and
Fringes and Gimp Trimings,
Of every description and the newest styles'
Of all kinds and qualities including Silk,
Broche, Thibet, Cashmere Turkeri &c. &c:
Together with a few Canton Crape Shawls,
from 815 to 860.
Silk an.d Woollen Plaids.
Black and colored Silk velvets, French and
Frenich, English and American Prints.
Viz: Linen and cotton sheetings, of all the
various widths and qualities, shirting linens
of the most approved make and finmish:
Damas per yard, Damask Tauble cloths
English and American Long cloth shirtings
Mfarseils Quilts, Furnitnre Dimiity:
American and German white and colored
cotton worsted Fringes: Hnuckabak and
Dlowlas, Towells and Towelling &..
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings,
In the greatest variety and most approvee
Satinet'ar Tweeds, Kentucky
JEANS, of all colors qualities and prices.
Apron Checks and Linscys.
A variety of Servants handkerchiefs, also
Gingham and fine Mladras llandkerchiefs.
A full assortment of Silk anid Linen Canm
brick I handkerchiefs. A very extensive as
White and Red Flannels,
Including tine Wolch'and Gause Flann els
Red, Blue and Green Blankets,
Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Northern and
.Georgia Plains of every description.
9, 10,-11, 12, and 13 1-4 Mlackinaw, WVhi
tney and Bath Blankets, including some
of the -linest ever imported.
Bed T1ickinigs, Bleached and
Brown D~rillings, of every description:
Blue denims, urlaps and Russia shet
Furniture P'rints, Quilt bordering, Qa
patch work &c. &c. &c.
Of every description. Thread, Spool cotton,
Needles, Pins, &c. &c.
Linen Shirts and Shirt Collars,
Stocks, Suspenuers, Cravats &c. &c. &c.
In rear of the main Store on King street,
is a large wholesale room containing a large
supply of Staple Dry Goods, well worthy
the attention of every class of country pur
.IThe above Goods were selected in New
i orkc by thu proprietor with unusual care and
aueontion,.and are ofibred at the lowest mar
ket prices..withjout fear of comapetition.
Chamrlest on,.Ot. l2,. Mi47. 61 3w
A t 0 A IED .
No. 137., )Bis & D~y~?oser of Queen.
C HA RLL'3A"ON, . .
Faihionabler Clothting and Tailoring Ei
tablishmrent, .and.- every variety -of Gentle
mens' Outfitting, Goods .impgr(ed direct from
NEW GOODS I
'ho subscriber is now rpeelnA New
Volk, &Boton, and Philadelphia, a liautiful
3qdiyell selected assortment of Dry, onds,
Groceries, jardware, Cutleir,3 oes,
Hats, CRp, Sadills Statio rf,: Cnfeefion
ary, Perfumery,- uk .. . .
As there was u.. $ spared 'z :selecting
Goods of the latest tyle 'a li tieta for
Cash entirely, the subsCri r is fled that
he can sell them-as chea as th.ey'iah be ird
in Charleston, or-a'py .other snar4 . i th
State. Persons wishingo-buy ;r 1 -
find it to their interest,.to caMl it'examine
this stock before purchiuing elsow're.
J. T. LOMO .
Agent foiR.. SOLOMo'rs.
At the store- foi-nerly'occupied by D Solo.'
mons, 3 doors abqve the- Court House.
Sept. 15,1847. 40 tf
TECMA.S B. FRASE5,*
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
S umiterville, 5.. (I.
13, 1847. 50 8t
W. E. RICHARDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
To thme Psublic. and to saw
MILE OWNE RS.
The subscriber, having p usehased of W.
B. Elkin Rights to Stunter Distret,.of Hotch.
kiss' Vertical Reaction Vlieel- for Sawv
Mills and other Machinery, and having test'
ed them fully to my satisfaction and to the'
satisfaction of all who have seen them, I now
off'er them to the Public. I will warrant
them to double the capacity of any Mill or
Machinery on any other plan, with one third1
less water. Any persons wishing to purchase
individual rights or wishing the improvement
made, on very reasonable terms, will apply by
letter to Mechanicsville, (post paid) where it
will be promptly attended to,
M. L. SETZER.
July 21, 1847. 38 6m.
Plantations rol- sale on Raf.;
The subscriber offiers for sale his plantation
on Raftin creek, containing about six hun
dred acres, one- half of which is cleared and
in good order for cultivation. It is situated
near'the Camden Branch of the South Car
olina Rail oade four *miles from Boy kin's
mnills,.and the-same from two other mills, and
twelve from Camdem. On the premises is a
comfortAble dwefling and all necessary out
buildings. It mas fine water, and is of unex.
eeptionable health. For information by let
tar, address the subscriber at Camden.
D. M. IIERIOT.
Sept. 18. 48 Sm
There will be a petition prerentet to the'
Legislature at its next session, to' discontinue*
as a Public Road leading from Lawsoni's Ford
to the great Savannah, commonly known as
the Hopper Road.
Clarendon co., Aug. 9, 1847. 43 14t
DAgLINGTON AND. GADSDEN
(V1 k -8U.ITERVILLE.) - -
LINE OF STAGES..
THE subscriber begs leave to inform the
Public that, on Monday, 4th October, lie will
commence running a Two Horse H A C K,
between Sumerville and Darlington C. 11.,
on the following days, viz:
Leave Sumiterv'illec on Monday, at 6 A. M.
and arrive at Darlington C. H1. same day at
7 P. M.
Leave Darlington C. II. on TFuesday 6 A.
M., and arrive at Suniterville same day, at 7
Leave Sumterville on WVednesday at 6 A.
M. andl arrive at Darlington C. H1. same day
at 7 P. M.
Leave D~arlington C. HI. on Thursday at G
A. M. and arrive at Suimterville same day at
7 P. M.
By this arrangement persons Travellingj
on this linme from D~arlington, will be detained
hut one night in Suamterville. as the Stage
leaves here on WVednesday and Friday morn
ings, and ausives at Godsden in time for the
evening train of ears to Golumbin.
IITThe route sill be supplied with a care
ful Drivere good horses and a comfortable
P. M. BUTLERL -
Oct. 1 1847. 49 tf
tl:r The Charleston C.ourier am) Chaervw
Gazette, will publish once a treek until fo.rbid
and send their accounfs to this tgfiee for pay.
NEW FAUt GOODS AT TUE
M. DRUCKER & CO
Are now receiving from the North, a very
large and splendid assortment of Seasonable
Goods, contisting in part of, Cloths, Cassi
mueres, Sattinets V!estings, Linens, Secarfs,
Cravats and Stocks--plain, figured and strip.
ed Alpaccas,-and other deslrable-Goods for
Ladiesr Drssse%; Also,-- a spleindid' variety of
Calicoes and Chintzes, and th'e very best and
cheapest assortment of Bleached a'nd Brown
Mushins in the Town.
The above Gboods have been selected with
the greatest care, expressly for the Crmden
Market, and having bneen purchased on the
most advantageous terms [for cash,) will be
sold at a very, small advance on the Northeru
Also-a.A Large Stock of'
IHardawee, - Groceries, Bagging Rope;.
Twine, Boots- and Shoes.
The subscriber, having made arrangements
tohlutcher during the present season~will sup
ply the Sumterville Market three times- per -
week- or every day if he can get sufficient
encouragement to do so-with the best beef
that can be procured. I le has been at con
miderable expense to enable him to- accomo.
date his friendi in this matter and hopes there..
fore that they will give him their patronage.
Saumtervile,July 21, 1847. 38 tf.
Reeelvced by wagon from.
Fresh' Lemons, Citron, Currant, and Candies,.
French anid Arnorican Rock do., Birizil Nuts,
Filberts and Almonds. Fruits. received .al
Sept. 29.. nDICKmi .t LJTAr