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71 S,~AV DQ
Th#%: re fd*: fhiliMt A
Rheutmatisin that w do te inf
Once of Sarsaparills an Qeen!# Delight If~
duly persevered'especialy if tiker 11i 0bd
junctiori witli Hyily.-of Pd sh, Aimies "calld
Mercurial Rheumatisia (violent. pains initho
bones, c.,) resulting from the mercury aken
by patients during severe fevers and other
It is highly recommended for all~ diseases
of the skin, clironIc as well as recent. One
bottle will, in most inotances, effbctualy re
move all' mples, hostules, or blotches on the
face, to which young persons in this climate
are so much 4ubjected to. arising either- from
impurity 'ofthe bluod or debility. It is the.
best remedy known for scrofulous affections,
sores, and breakings out in young. -childrenj;
and is safe and efficacious in removing entire
ly every troce of hereditary diseases from tbe*
system in the tenderest infant; in fact in all cu
taneous affections it is invaluable. As a gen
eral purifier of the blood, and an eradicator of
all obstinate diseases this preparation will un
doubtedly take the precedence of all other re
medies. It gently operates upon and reg
ulates the bowels, restores to the blood its
wonted purity, gives tone to the stomach, and
It will effectually relieve Erysapelas even
in its worst stages, and all persons suftbring
from this distressing complaint are advised to
use it, first so, bnt if no marked relief be found
after taking one botta, it will be necessary
to use the Hydriodated Potash with it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as is
done in the case of all quack medicines of the
day, to effect their sale, and so force them up
on the public, the subscriber begs leave to
state that this preparation has been proscribed
and used by a number of Physicians and Plan-,
ters of our city and neighborhood, with gioat
success, viz: Dr. 1I. . Frost, Dr. W. .
Ramsay, Dr. Thos. Y. Simmons, Dr. C. C;
Pritchard, Mr. S. Legare, Lieut. Wilson, U.
S. R. S., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes, Sumter. &c.
For the composition of this preparation,
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's
Delight, Physicians are respecfully refered to
the 5th and 6th Nos. Vol. 1, of the "Southern
Journal -of Medicine and Pharmacy." '
Price $1 per bottle, or 85 for 0 do. The
same preparation as a Syrup, is also prepared
at f1 per quart bottle, or 85 per 6 bottles.
Prepared by J. PETER M. EIPPING,
Kemist and Druggist, King-st.
Charleston, S. C.
For sale in Sumnterrille by the A ent,
JOhIN I. MILLEA M. D.
UTThe subscriber will receive negroes la
boring under any of the above muentioned dis
eases, even the most hopeless and obstinate
cases, on treatmout; or those persons having
unsound negroes, and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and are willing to dispose of them with the
view of seeing them cured, will find a pur
chaser in the subscriber, who is willing to
give a fair price for such.
March 31, 1847. 22 ly
LANDS AT PRIVATE SALE,
The subscriber oflers for sale the follow
ing Tracts of Land, at the following reduced
One Tract adjoining lands of Elias Durant,
Matilda Durant and John Donalde, in Middle
Salem, contaiing by resurvey *152 acres at
One Tract, on Lynche's Creek, known as
t.e Bradley Tract, lying between English's
cross roads and D)uranmt's Ferry, adjoining
lands of David Cole and others, containing
303 acres at S'400.
One Tract, on Lvynehe's Creek, in Darling
ton District, with Duraint's Ferry attached to
it together with a large new flat, containing
148 acres, at the very reduced price of
OneG other Tract, on 1Hope swamp, adjoin
ing lands of WVells, Hancock and Wilson, of
200 acres more or less, at One Dollar, and
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per acre.
Trhe quality of Lynche's Creek lands are
too well known to require any praise or puf
fing. Suffice it to say then, that on such
lands as I am offe~rinig at the above reduced
prices, 1 have hecretofore made with proper
cultivation and manuring, one bale cotton per
U71 am also the Agent to sell several other
large bodies of Innmds in a high state of cul
tivation and improvement; which are offered
at the small sum of $3 per acre.
Terms are made to suit purchmaers; any
length of time given that is at all reasonable.
J. D ASIIMORtE,
Agent <f Mihartha Ashmore.
Nov. 253, 1847. 5 lamt f
IN TilE cO~ialoN PLEAS.
Wmn. Hf. IDant adls. C. Hunt, Adnm'r.
WVhereas Wim. HI. IIunit, wvho is in the
custody of the sheriff of Sumtter District, by
virtue of a surrenderlby his hail, in the above
stated case, has fiheed in my~ oflice his petition
praying for thc benefit of the Act of the Gen
eral Assembly for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors, together with a schedule of his es..
tate and effects :
Notice is hereby given, to the said C. Ilunt
Admr., and all other creditors of the said WV.
H1. Hunt, to be and appear before thme asso
ciate Judlges of the said State, at the Court
of Cormmon Pleas f'or Sumter District, to lie
held on thme first Alonday after the fourth
Monday in March next, to show cause, if any
they cani, why the estate and effeets of the
said W. 11. H unt, shiouldl not be assigned and
he be discharged accordling to the provisions
of the Act of the General Assembly for the
relief of Insolvent Debhtors.
3. 1D. JONES, c. c. c. P.
Clerk's office, Sumter Dist.
Dec. 13th, 1817. 7 3m
(LT LOOK IIERIE. J'
Th''le subscriber han's just retuirnied fromi
the North wvith a full and well selected
stock of CLOCKS, WATCill:, and all
kind of JEWVELRY. Also, PISTOLS, Fine
CUTLERY, P'ERFUMER~lY, TO,0VS and
Knick Knackeries of every description.
The above stock is the largest that has
ever been offered in Humiterville. Has becn
selected with great care, anid cannot fail to
Purchosers may expect to find great bare
gains for CIash.
Th~e subscriber returns his greatful ac
knowledgments for past favors, and solicits a
renewval of patronage.
Sumterville, Sept. 14, 1847. 46 ly
N. B.-Cloclis, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired as usual,
ti kin costoame 0
frinitbi 9d tand arthir
Ao -1ckWW'to-e above tho Caiiden Bank,
qW- ve. on handspd are receiving constant..
ly, a ne* arid fil assortieat"6'df choice and
select Groceries, which they offer FOR
GPAH, at a ,ntall advance on Charleston
Noith Carolina Baan
Leaf Lard, in barrel andlkegs for sale by
Camden, S. C. Sopt.203847.
Hasm, &e. &c.
1 cask Reynods' llama
1 ". Lacock's do
smoked Beef, choice pieces
Bologna Sausae, fresh. Just received by
DICKSON .& LATTA.
Molcha and Old Java Cofiee,
Teas, Chocolate, Cocoa, best- and common
loaf, crashed, clarified and Havana, and brown
Sugars. Also-All kinds of Spices, whole
DICKSON & LATTA.
Canal and N. Carolina Flour,
Canal Flour, "Extra," in barrels and 1-2 bls.
North Carolina Flour, from new wheat
Canal Flour. Just received by
I door North Canden Bank:
Fresh liaisinis and Prunes,
Boxes Layer Raisins
.30 " Prunes, in fancy boxes
20 drums Turkey Figs, i pritneorder
1 hale soft shel Almonds
100 lbs. selected candies.
Soda, butter, and a variety of other crack
ers. DICKSON & LATTA.
Taiarihnds in Syrup.
Retailed by the pound, by
DICKSON & LATTA.
N. CAROLINA BACON.
2500 pounds North Carolina Bacon, for sale
by DICKSON & LATTA
f ider, Ale, Porter, &c.
6 boxes New Ark Cider; 6 boxes Claret
2 casks London Pale Ale
2 do Philadelphia do do
2 do London Porter, in quarts and pints
10 baskets Champagne, favorite brands
2 boxes fine lemon syrup
3 " common do do
Strawberry, Raspberry and Pine Apple syrup
Just received by wagon froim Gadsdcn.
DICKSON & LATTA.
3 dozen rich imitation Engrlish cheese,
3 do boxes Ilatch and Winchester's cheese
mild and rich, weighing 6 to 8 pounds.
2 dozen Enrlish Dairy do
Pine Apple do
Received by wagon from Gadsden.
DICKSON & LATTA,
SongS, &c. &C.
Toilet Soaps, Casteol do.; Toilet Powder,
finely scontedQsuperior Pearl Starch, Yeast
Powder, Rose Water, &c. &c.
____DICKSON & LATTA.
Pleicl Salanuon, M~ackerel1
Loclafine Klerring, &c.
.3 barrels picekled SA LMON I) No. 1
2 do MACKE~REL (10 1
2half do- do do 1
3 qu'r do do do 1
5 (d0 do do do 2
Whole and htalf kits do do 1 & 2
Quarter barrels Fulton Market Pickled
Kits L~ochtine Herrings
,J 1Salmon and Mackerel retailed b~y the
Sept. 29. DICKSON & L A'TTA.
P~reserves anid Pickiles.
East andl West Imnl ia Pi eserv~et.; in
jars of all sizes. Also,
Pickles, in half ganllon, quarts andI
plnt Jars, Capers, IFrehch and Spuaishi
Olives, Ketchup and( Sanmces, received
by wagon from Gandson.
DICKsON & I.ATTA.
SEED RYE~ AND OATS.
North Carolina seedl Rye and seed Oats for
sale by DICKSON & L.AT1TA.
Oct. 13, 1817. 50 3
FORl FALL RADE.~
TPIlE Sutbeiber will, during the Sumtmer,
ma~ke extenisivc addi~itiotns to lisa Estali'ch
ment in the way of Roomt, so that lhe will be
p~repa~redl this Atmnntti, to shtew lisa costomeitrs
otte of the largest anid riche;t stock~s of DRf y'
GiOODN' in the Southern count:ry. It wl
be his intention as he'reto!Lre, to. kecep cvery
article int the D)ry Gioods lite. I 1n r ina r at
tent ion p~aid to all styles of IA DIJR' 111CI1
DR1 RSS~ GOODN) AAD NJIA IIN
Our Front. Sales' Rt'oom will hte very* muchil
enlarged and1( will as. heretofore he devoted to
our Retail D~epaurunent. Rioms4 in the rear
will be well stocwked with all te leading
styles of D)O.1IENTIC (:OtODN, KRI.
NE'YS, Bfl4ANKETIS, 6.YA lJUgu(s,
It wil be our enudoavor to ofier to purchtas
era one of t lhe largest anid be~st rtecks in tihe
City, andI at the lowe,.t posible prices.
251 King at. C'harbetonu, S. C.
N. 1U.-In Chambers, tver 253~ Kingrstreet
we shall, ats uisual, ol'r to Alerebanmts anid
others, a large stoc~k at Whtolc.ale, at prices
well worthy thIeir atteti on.
July 7, 1$ 17. 36 tf
J, L. HAYNSWORTH,
SUMTE R 'IL LE, S. C
OrvicE~ .N t)00i( SOU'TH or' Tiiy Dtay STonT..
R E C O Mi M IC N~ D A T I 0 N.
WVe respetfully desigre to recoinmmendl Mr.
hunra L. 1lNi fswnumn, as a akiltul and thor
nnughly qualified operator in his, p~rofessioni, amnd
lyentitled 1o thte c~ontidence of thte conunui1
nity at largo. ilo has been our pupil for the
last .rnRF~.E YR.Ang, and has ith ptersevering in
dustry, profsted by ail the ample opportuniiies
wihel our est iabluent in Coumt.in aflorded.
IJLA ND1b4 & REIYNOLDS.
Columbia. MaJ 181.i on ly
rge a rid id ass n f4
Goods, doistiig iR-tof Clo6
meres, Sattinets Vestings, - LineiScari
Cravats and Stick-"plain figured an'd strip
ed Alpaccas, and other d'sirable.Gpods. f
Ladies' Dresses; Also, a splendid .ariety <
Calicoes and Chintzes, andthe'very best au
cheapest assortment of Bleached and'Browr
Muslins in the Town.
The above Goods have been selected wit
the greatest care, expressly for the Crinde
Market, and having been purchased on th
most advantageous terms [for cash,] will b
sold at a very small advance on the Norther
Also-A Large Stock of
Hardware, Groceries, Bagguig Ropi
Twine, Boots and Shoes.
Smoked Salmon Tongues and Beef;
Pickled do Mackerel and Tongues.
Sardines, lobsters, anchovies, capers, olivel
Tinitation English and Northern cheese, mac
Crushed and loaf sugar; assorted brown di
Rio and Old Java coffee; superfine hyso
and gun-powder teas; N. Orleans and Wes
India Molasses; half barrels Northern Floux
CIJAMPAGINE AND LIQIOR&
Baskets chanpngne, of superior brands
Champe and other cordials; best Frenc
Brandy, vintage 1605; sup. sherry and mi
deira wines; toner-lre and mala 'a wines; ol
Scotch and monongahela whiskey; Jamaic
and Northern Rum; lolland Gin (very old:
Old Peach and Apple Brandy; old Port wine
very superior; orgeat, ginger, raspberry, lem,
on and other syrups.
P R ES E RVE S.
West India Preserved ginger; Vest lndi
preserved pine Apples; limes, peaches, plum
and cherries. Fresh prunes, currants, citro
Butterfly, Diana, Regalia, Gold Lea
Charleston, Crown Eagle, and various othe
approved brands. Just received, and for sal
by S. B. LEVY.
Czns-len, S. C., Nov. 15, 1847. 3 tf
Thie subscriber respectfully informs hi
friends and the public in general, that he ha
fitted out a house as a RESTA URAT, Appc
site Mattheson's store, and between Davis'
I lotel and Boyd's Hotel, where will be foun
Eatables of the best kind the market can af
ford. Also, Planted Oysters-all of whic
will be served up in the best style. Th
lar is furnished with Liquors and Cigars, <
the best quality.
'The subscriber having a long experienc
in the business, hopes, by strict attention, t
merit an equal share of public patronage.
JAMES C. M'KENNA.
Caniden, Nov. 3, 1847. 3 tf
No. 137, East Bay, Corner of Queen-St.
CIAR LESTON, V. C.
Fashionable Clothing and Tailoring Er
tablishinent, and every variety of Gentle
mrens' Outfitting. Guods imported direct fronr
March 10, 1817, 19 tf
A. WIIITE, & CO.
fleg leave to inform their friends and thm
publie genmerally that they have just receive
from New York and Philadelphia--and wil
sell on ais reasonable terms as they can b
obtined any where in this market-a larg
ami splendid assoriment of
suitable for the Fall Trade, consisting c
Muslinis, Camubries, Cadicoes, Lirnn, Shirt
ings, Shootings and Hlomespuns ; Jiroad
c!oths, Satinuets, Tweeds ansd Jeans, Negr
clo'ths, 11ankets, &c. of every description.
Also, a large assortment of Hats rensd Capm
BAnts awil Shes, Stationery, Saddlery, Rag
gmrg, Rope and TJwine; lmardware, Cutler)
Grcris &c. &c. of the rmost approve
gnaiiy. Peorsonis wishing to msake purch:1
ses will do, well to call and cxamnino fc
CiLi RLES'TO, S. U.,
DJrcc. 31, 1847.
[G, m n u. Osnnr.n Nmo.--.]
Alxandmuer G;lnin Rice and~ Nampthali lhiu
lips, Esqrs., ha~ving( been appointed Aids-de
Camip to~ his~ Excellency David Johnson, wit
the raink of Lieutenanit Colonel, will be obey
ed ande respectedn accordingly
fly order of the C'omndner-in-chief.
J. W. CA NTlY,
Adjt. and lnspector General.
Jan 7 11 3t
W. R, HUNTER,
AGENT OF THlE CEMETERY
D~arliniglon, C. H. S. C.
OZrA1l ordeirs by letter or otherwisc
will neet with prsonmpjt auttention.
Decc. 22, 13-17. 8 S
10 barrels Irish Potatoes for sale by
-W. M, WE 111, &CO
.L n. 1, 18-18. 10 3t
F'rcsh a irdes Seeds.
Just received and for sale at the
A general assortment of Fancy Articles
including P'unge uits, Otto Rose Vials. Fanc;
VialIs, Toilet Cologne Ornaments, Chanlla
Peorfumnery, Soaps. Nail and finir Brushes
Teething Rings, steel Pens, Pocket lunk
stands, &c. &c.
December 8, 1847.
Groceroles in d* eo
rusiness, and i<ley r
ces,-to meri aon' and that gaditage
heretofore extended to t
Camden, Jan. 10, t
Fi4e r40 Ornges; Fresh Leinons; A.
plea, &c. &c.
Citron; Currants; Candies; French s l
American Rock do., -Brazil, Nuts, F1"ihofts
and Almonds.' Jist received per steamde
DeKalb, and foi sale b
Jmh 10, 1848. IC ON & LATTA.
From the subscriber, at his dnt.ation" on
Santee, onthe 20th inet.;a large. liver colored
1 double-nosed POINTER DOG. -Lie liad olI
vhen he left, a collar, with the owners name
- upon it.- -Any information.. respqepti' him
, Will] be thankfully received, or:# @Uitable re
. ward-will be paidfoi-his deliver tome.
J. M. ELSON.
t Dec.20, 1847. 10 21
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
; extent in the above line, both for new work
a and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
- any . madeinthe State,. possesing all the. ad
i vantages of the Falling Breast ant Sliding
Ribs, which saves a great ddal in'way of re
pairs.. We also use tle Steel P'late 8aws,
with teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
- injure the fi.nest stapl!e, with an imuprovment
to regulate the notiir of the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a pTan, giving at once, the
advautages of lightnless, strength and force
all very nmaterial in th successful operation
of a Gin. - We would invite plantets to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure the public goierally,
that they shall have no causb to eonplain
either of our work or prices.
r CABINET MAKING,
D We nre also prepared to do urk in the
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tablce, Cupboards,
- &c. &c. Ait short notice, on liberal terns.
HUDSON & BROTHEIL
5 Opposite the Freelterian church.
Sumterville, April 22, 147. -26 ly
A good pair of-Family Horace, eound and
gentle--will. be. sold very cheap.
An excellent and handsome second-hand
'f Family Coach and 1irness. A A Nly to
T. J; -COOGILAN.
Dec. 22, 1847. 8 3S
NEW FALL AND WINTER
The subscriber would rcspectfully inform
the citizens of Sumterville and vicility, that
he is now receiving and opening his .kALL
STOCK of Coods, consisting or-.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Lirdwnre, Cutlery
and Crockery; Bootp and -0hoes; Uats ani
Caps, &0, &c. &c.
Oct. 20, 1847. 41 tf
Plan t aftoa for sale on Raf..
1 The subscriher ofibcra for sale. his plantation
I on Raftin creek, containing about six hun..
3 dred acres, one half of which is cleared and
3 in good order for cultivation. It is situated
near the Canmden Branch of the Boruthj Car
,olina Rail Road, four mriles from Bloykcin's
f mills, anti the same from two other mille, and
- twelve from atrrl~en. O.n the premises is a
- comfortable dwelling and all necessary oune
a buildings. It h-as fine water, and is of 'unex-.
- ceptionable health. For informnatioin by let.
,~ ter, address the subscriber at Camden.
ID. M. lIERIOT.
, sept. 18. 48~ 3m
ToJ' tIre Pu'iblic. undc to Saw
Th~e subscriber, hiaving purchased of W.
.. B. Elkin Rights to Summter Distret, of Ilotch
kiss' Vertical Rteaction Wheels for Saw
Mills and other Machinery, and having test.,
ed themi fully to my satisfaction and to the
satisfaction of all who have seen them, [uow
fbr them to the Pubulic. I will warrant
them to double the capacity of any Mill or
Machinery on any other plian, with one third
less water. Any persons wvishaing to purchase
individual rights or wishing the imnprovenment
made, on vecry reasonable terms, will apply by
letter to Mechanicsville, (post paid) where at
will b)e promp;tly attcended to,
.M. L. SETZER.
July 21 1847 38 Gim
. 80UTH-;CAROLINA-:.SHITER DI1ST
- WVhereas Mondal Smith, who is in the cuts..
tody of the sheriff of Sumater District by vir
uie of o surrender by his bail in tihe aibove
stated caise, had filed in my ofmce his petition,
praying for the benefit of the Act of thme Gen
eralI Assembly for the relief of. Insolvent
Deobtors, together with a schedule of his Es
tate and ellbe'ts:
Notice is hereby given, to the said Samuel
J. Young & Co., and all other creditors of the
said Aiendal Smith to bo and appear before
I the associate Judges of the said State at the
Court of Comrmon Pleas for Sumter Distrfet,
to be behl on the first Monday after the fourth
,Monday in March next. to showv cause, if any
the1' can why the estate and efl'ects of tihe
said Monidal Simith should no'. be assigned
and lhe bo dischargod accordine to the provis
ions of the Act of' tile Genera! Assembly for
the relief of Insolvent Debtors.
J. D. JONES, c. c. o. r.
Clerk's oflice, Sum. Dist.
Dec. 13th, 1847. 7 8
There is a large hay mare mule taken up
;by the subscriber, has the appearance of be
longing to some farmer, appears quite tamne
,and lins been worked; she is about 183 mnd
;high. The owner canm come. forwa~~
property, pay e'.penses amtak erduj
e'.-ha mi B&
.M the A Oft
poTiet 69, Rd1 F
ang listg Ari
facttha Mr. .Bac.
MissParker i yi f . -
tid school in Ph,Jmi a P
ci ithi an'ds Pdirepng
4'chtoi.It Dtabli hed
* ie.Asidezny ted
All the iid6' - vi Afid' -
TMethodi hurches iiidItjJt
the Caeden Rail RoadMi
There vifl'o an annts v
15hz Nveniber to tjd Pt
l'jle D0_11)1Jgy UK
Board and tuitnda, Wshli Ar.
lightse : u
Reii WritinG, G
gra'iy Histoy ,Arithmetiat.
cmatics Mora and Natural P'h.4~
sophy CheRNistry nd B
Drawvimg and Painting, Q
French or Italian, .
O ereanharpor Piano, f
A s ehav ienon wilib f#n M. , 4
Jou L. MANxlmo,
RaieAnd C. h innAtShNr P
A. I. BRaILSFdSD, T
AriRa Wo FALL.
UTH CAROLJ ...SIM airun tIa-e
FElijah Rend Dlaae
1 v.5 Dt achment ini
Isa eWhuiyorth.) at.
Whereas the Plaintiff jn the i
case having this da filed h -olf
against the Defendant who is it
and without the limits of the-Stat(a1
said). and having neither wif d
known, upon whem a copy .t 9the aboveDdi
claration, with, a rule to plead the 4n
served: It is therefore ,in pursa i
Acts of the General Assembly of~t~ 8
im such cases made and provided
that. the Defendant do plead thert
fore the eighteenth, day of JuneA.
ethorwise final and abschdd juY
be thell given and awarded against
Office.Con Pleas, Suinter Dit
17th June, 1847. d
J. D. JYONESi ,
JuIe 23. (86.) 24
BRt AD I BREA!V
The subscriber respecktffiN
inhabitants of SumteUyll&, dj6i
he has openei-.a BAKERY, fr.,Oit.
of supplying'Brend, uisedits"~iiid
every description, at Charleston
Families wishing to lIe 0prVe,11..
every morning will please lelve t'i p
at the store formerly ocdupied by V Al
The subscriber-trt, by strirtetenb
and pur.-ulitv to oqijit the patroni
Freek Bread every mnormg, and.
Cakes of every deseniption'by3 D'elc
-. JOHN CIN J
N.B.-Oplers punetually teiel
Dec. 29, 1847. ," 5 ~ -
The subscriber, haing whad. arraa
toButcher during the present setusoniay
ply the Sumtervmlle Idlarket threa" ti W
week- or every:dey if lie cai get i
encouragement-to do so-with the
that can be procured., He-hs1
C' ble expenset nbeJu
d . 'bis friendi in thismein au tc
fore that they will
Sumtervile, July 21, 847.'
The aldihseriber lus~a
tenda keeping constantly 1.
hand a general afitmntno'
Medicines, Paints. Oils, Dr.
Stuflh, &c., &c.,whjqh Ire wil
self as low as they cain ,our d'ed 5:
this3 place. - -
Perfumery, Chalk f~r the e in~i
~AlgCream1, Soap in Balla anmi(d
~VlieWash Blrnaes, ~A ckIs t
Maeitle an Solar $tand r 1 sE2
Red and Bllack WVitti 1dc b
Ink, with and withoi4 the flidl
ration, Fine Tdbaee- c--s
quireat the Drug Store -
Sign of the Goldenv or4
Sum ter ville', 8. 0.,
Thme Hubscriber will be tp 5,j
spply Plantera and otb t~hu
quantity of GEORI A A N
season. Owing- to ti
I:lst season, hie was Iihaep
that were wanted. Hlii
rangemnents for u full supply
with confidence say,. lhat he
best article'for the price .itvl'I4
are sold, ever' oflecred icaIpe
servants wear. --
A full assortmentota (,' -
Styles of KER~I~
BL~ANKETS , &c., --i
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