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JOINT RESOLUTION to Mark
Appropriation Eon Expenses 0?
Printing Ordered hy tee Gener
al Assembly during: tue Heoular
Sessions of 1 STO-'T 1, and 1871 '72.
S^Kr^N- 1. Ii, it rcsnhnl by the
Senaw^nd Home of Representatives of
the State of South Carolina, now tuet
and sitting in General Assembly, \\\v\
by tho authority ol the same, That the
sum of two hundred aud fifty thousand
dollars, if so much be necessary, bo, and
is hereby, appropriated for the pay hum. t
of printing claims of the llcpublb an
Printing Company, for work ordered by
the General A-.-cn.i ly at the sossiom? of
187U-T1
Sec. 2."ftatdmc sum ofsovontylivc
thousand dollars, if so much be uceess
ary, be, and is hereby, appropriated for
fche payment of outstanding claims for
the publication of the laws iu the
various newspapers of the State.
Sec. 3. That the sums hereby appro
priatod shall be expended under the
direction ol the Clerk of the Senat? and
tho Clerk of tho llousc of. Roproscnta
in accordance with fche'prov'uioiy?
Actjtpprovcd January l'>, 1871,
tied' "An Act to provide for the
publication of the Acts, Reports, Kes lu
tions, Journals and other papers of the
General Assembly."
Approved December 21, 1^72
1 joint Resolution to a lt..-v.
E. W. BRADDY, OF OllANGEltUlUi
Y,' TO R?l'Kl'M CEItf.Vl.N
! i'K!) T.A N l)S.
f'-.r. I'!'!
lie it rrsofved by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sittiu
in General Assembly, and by lb'
authority of the same, That E \Y.
Braddy, of tlso County ol Orangeburg
bo, and is hereby, allowed lo rAdooul
certain lands formerly owned by him in
said County, consisting of sixty (ROj
acres, more or less, uhi^u have become
a*..,., i,.. . e .
Jtate by virtue of the
lylnlrttF<Vf 'taxes, and the want . ;
bidders at the sale of the same, on eon
dition that he shall pay over to th<
County Tri asurer^of OfaOgoburg Q< unty
all taxes, penalties ?nd e ist.s wni.-h ar.
due upon tho same, after which the
fiditor slnll expunge the said
j|Pia *rroTO tin; forfeited land rect
Orangeburg County.
Approve.! l\.bi-u?iy 27, 187'.i.
JOINT RESOLUTION to Allow M.
Doi.IN, OF OltANOEIJUltG county.
to Redeem Cektain Rohpkitrd
jLmtNDi
Rc tt rF<(iIrrttliy tli e ce rmto und
llousc of Representatives of the Statt
of South Carolina, now uiej, and siuiu^,
in ( .1 Assembly, and by tin (
auto tho same, That .M . Polln
of-tho (Jouuty of Orange *urg, be, and
he is hereby, allowed to redeem Certain
lands formerly owned by him in said
County, consisting of oue hundred and
fifty (150) acres* more or Jess, which I
have become foflcUoJ to the Suite by
virtuo of tho non payment of taxes, and
the want of bidders at the .-ale of the
same, on condition that ho shall pty
ovor to the Gnun'y Treasuror of Orange
burg (afljtttpjj ?H taxes, \ ooalti . * ;? od
costs jpffetflh are du?-. u.*n tho .-am.:
aftcr"WTffrh the' County Auditor :.!i.<:.
expunge the said lands from ti." I i
Am>ruvcili'ubrmu-j 27, l-^liV
An Essex mail bought u pig Sumr
day, suys the *Btittmtry"A* ws. "What
do.-you Iced your pig ':" asked a neigh
rii," said be. ;' i ><. \ .01 :. d
it in the ear V asked the friend. 1 !>?
you think I am a fool?" said tho i'sscx
btreot tni.n, sarcastically.
Adversity exasperates fools, dujects
cowards, draws out six faculties of the
wise, puts the modest to the nweo^sitj
of trying their skill, awes the opub-ui
and*' rnhkos the idle industrious. Mutdi
may be snid in favor of adversity, lu
the worst of it isthat it has n > friends
A gentleman, vrfaoto ho iso was iindei
repair, went out oiio day to scfl how th
work progressed-aid, observing a 'pint
tity of malerialujftug about, faid to ehe
carpenter, "Why don't you toko caro t
these hei'l ? Tiny certainly a.?? h?-t ."
"No? reined flu: carpenter, "you II find
themjjp Abe bill."
lfijou desire to know whether a*wo
man U eotistunt, perr-rvering nnd capable
of pursuing an object to the end, 1? ok
into hor work-ba*k,oi. 11 you find thore
two, three, or.more unfinished pieoes 01
work, euch 0110 of which has beoome
foiled from lying around,you may k. e
)y concludo that she is fickle.
A Chinese servant was brought home
by the gentleman of tbe house, and hit
inistroFH impurci bid name: "Vutij^
|Ioo 'Win." "Oh !" said she, ??I cannot
pall that; I will call you Charley.'
"What's your" natuolf" he asked in
return. "My name is Mrs. John
Rrowning." Wellcc, 1 caller you John!"
exclaimed the celestial
ID Xt JAMISON"
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
Will practie e in tin- Courts of ORANO K
1 V
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
OF AMERICA.
SOIJJHERN
(3b / - (MM y
No. S N. Charles Street,
HAL TIMOR E, MD.
0,y r><!;t ! : > ' in,?U? Kntirriy to finparilty
ojtr ri.aMuL >.</
Is
Oh r,iyif/ i tyitjtheM ist*
OVER 2v00 YOUNG M.L\
'?>???*?- r ?
sot rt \? srtrrs '
Ittire CitAl>{' rxST/TFTfOH, And
? .... ..: I ...... / .<;.;.? in
the /:??/:??? ?.-::\: .1. i iH r.LVES.^M >i '^A5 ej
'h'Atr '?ff .-"? \ :r ?rrrrtf.* siuJ.-nt* am
cnt. r .it .1 HJf tl '? ??.
.V. ' . .tic *x i *H> ftr cnt:ra >'?
?(..... %?. '#>?/ ??.f.T'OTf.v/.Vr.i
??;.-?> ?/ ' /i ?<-. >.-? -royi 'JtC'g.- : t.im/r.
AJJrtit?" >>.'?? ??? i*
II* XI, s 1 I) i VrrttU.
5 .!>v u C.'lUcf,
B. .7 St ?/{:?%."D.
. _? ? j I ._ i 1 ? .
! Fever and Ague,
fi un whi. h mankind urfirr qvrr r. 1. i ;e part of
the plot e, is the con ?qi.^: --e <??' .. ? action
in the; system, liidti -m ??v tin | isonons miasin of
vegetable docay. This cxhul uion i- evolved py
the action of roIm host oh wol soil, and ii^c* with
tlic watery v0| or n >?.. ii. While l'no sun is below
?the hor*>>n this vap.r lingers near the earth's sur
face, and the virus i-i t ikcn with it through the
lur?2s into the blood. There it acts aaan irritating
poison on the internal viscera and excreting nrgatfti
t)f the body. The li\< r becomes tt-rpivi and f:iil> to
secrete not only this tin;*, but also the bile from
the blood. Both the vims ami the bile accumuhite
in thi? circulation, and pn>duec xiolent eonttftir
tional disorder. The nWvt, th^l-i.l:tee?. Hid the
stomach sympathise with tho liver, and become
disordered nUn. Riually, the instinct of our on
ir.-uitv.n, as it" in an .ii'i-not to oiUtl iL- noxious
infit-sion, i-onci otr^trs ihu ?yhfle MooJ ti.' tlie Imdy
in llic int. riisl eXes 3ri & to f >iCe thetn to east it
o'it. Thr Mood lf\\?< li:e S-nfice, and r.isbes to
the central organs with ct>ngeativc violence. This
ia ?ieCiltl.l.. Jint in ihi*?tSnrtm fails. 'Iben the
? Fhvur follows, iu whieh the b'o ?<t ?? v?.tKo??n
nral organs ana iu ties, to the siirfi -e, as it in
another ellbit to ; xp. I the tn itatin? poi ::t throittth
that otlior j'r.Mt excretory ? the skin. In tins
nlso it fails, nhd the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for the rooovory of strength
to repeat the bopeloss effort another day. These
arc the tits or paroxysms of A'avrut an:> A'.-.-k.
Such constitutional disovicr will of coarse under
mine tha health if it is not removed.
We havo kbon:1 to lind, and oars found, an
antidote,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralises this malarious poivm in the
blood, and stimulates tho liver to expel it from the
body. As it Mimild, so it does cxire thl* afQieting
disorder with pcrwetrctttipty. And it does; more,
or rather does what i<i of more service to those sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels
it from the system as it is absorbed, and, Uius keeps
thoie who u've it free from its attacks; keeps the
system "in health although expo.-ed to tho disease.
Consequently it not only eures, but protects from,
the great variety of affoctious which are induced
hv this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fever. Chill Fcvor, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or bilious Headache, bilious
Fevers, Neuralgi.i, itlu um itism, Gout, Blindness,
Tooth.icho, Karache, Cat irra. Asthma, Palpita
tfon*, Painful Affections of the spleen, ilystcries,
Colic, Paralysis, and. Painful Affections of the
Stomach and Bowele, all of which, when arising
from tlii i eauso, will be found to assume more or
less tho Intermittent type. This "AoUB Ct'HE "
removes tln.? cause of these dei ungeuieuU, ai.dcurev
tlie disease. i<j . ,
This it accomplishes by stimulating the rxere
tttrici to expel the vtm- fr.>a the system; aud
tte?e organs by deprees bc? in? ) ciAtcd to iio thi>
tiitir office of their own acrord. Ifenee et No*irrtet
we term tici'Hniatatin?. Time may accomplish tho
same end, but often life ir. ti">t long ?nntigh, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this" AouuCeaK"
docs it ut onee, mid r/ith safi-ty. We bat'A gre-it
re ison to believe this is a sur?r as \'<;i it. safer
reuiedv for the whole cla.-r nf dir. . m . wl.' h are
caused by the niiasniatic iufcvtiuu, than any other
?shiohhts been disco7c: * d ; audit lias still another
important advantage ti> the puhlte, v.hlch 0>, that
it is cheap a.-, well as i-.o-.d.
rnBi?Aiao> ?t
DR. J. C. AYEH & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
PmeE Ohe Dolla? ran Bottlb.
Ayer'^ Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for tho core of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it ir. entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
cvideneo of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has lonu been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure tho people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has bet ri, and that it may lie relied on to
do for their relief all il ha? eveu: been found to do.
e
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
L'ou Cosm t.Ha>s;
Foa tiis Oi Bn of ?vs.ai.nii;
Foa J.m NMtt;
? Foa tub Cvrj. ov l> Di'iKTuts ;
J ^ Fort B sis avoir*. ?..
Fon mis Crux vv Dvsi aTsav;
l-'on a Fort. SrtTst a'cn ;
Fou ihu Cunn op Rrysii'I'.las:
l'ou rnj. EUraoht
Ton tub Ct Be. ni? Hotiort i v; t.
Fon aii. Srnorei ot"? Comi-laivts ;
Fou tub Cube of Rubi matism;
Fob Disbabbs optiim Skin;
Fou uri: Cuntt o* Ltvbb CoHrJJUMTi
Fon liRorsY:
For tue Ci r? of Tamm, 'Luhors and Sait
Ritfct xi;
? For Worms ;
For ths Curb of Ooct;
Fob a UiNMr.n Pii l;
For tub Conn or Nrrn vi.ni v ;
Von PcarrviNo tub Bloou.
They are sugar-rented, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, ao harm can arise from their use in any
quantity.
Price 85 ocnU per Box; Five boxos for $1.00.
Great Bombers of ClerRymon, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personage*, nave lent their
namoe to certify the unparalleled useft?ness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The A cents below named fur
nish gratis our AmrhiCAM Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaint*, and tho trbetmont that should be fol
lowed for their mire.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Aybh's, and take no others. The sick
want the beat odd there is for them, and they should
have it. "
? All oar Itcrnodiea are for sale by
.SBUO
RECEIVED
And now opening*, at
amaras
??* i k?ui a.1 ?bit
A full assortment of FALL and
WINTER GOODS, of every descrip
tion, at prices to suit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries
now on hand.
J. MclTamara.
1
DRY GOOD AM)
UKOCERIES.
HAVE i'. HEAT pl.UASl IT [n submitting tbe following K?t of G< OI)H
to tli ir fro Ilons hud the'publie, and vvjjilc tlianking llicni f it- past confidence so
i?^raHy bestowed, olfcT rcnewqd a- urhntp that every effort will bo made to mod
tiroir waife with t>:u very best >f ./ ? ? ds at lowest uasfi priori.
DOM.'.ST'T DR'i <;<>i)!>S. ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
und < l.i iTlllM.. STAPLE CltOCEHIES, such as
1 !.< M K. SU.C AII, COIT.E, IJACON,
HAMS, M ACK EH EU, LARD &a.
FAN< V KRIES.
SUCU AS
NUTS,
RAISINS, ?1EUU1 ES, SAUCES, SPICES, l'ICKLBS, MUS
TARD, a .. CANNED i l.-'II, ERUPT, and VEUE
TAl5l.ES. in ever} variety, T1NWAUI5, and
CIUR EERY, A EUUU U1NE Al<
WAl'S ON 11 AND.
HOSELET A (HOOK,
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS 15ANK.j
-.tune 2W June lv
I s OEAITGEBtl HG
Ik- iirvrr ticcu IdcM w i 11 ? u - A i-v_?l ?N 16 E ,ual tho F. NT HUP II IS F.. RNTIHKI.Y ItK-AP
I'dl.S'l TU and. RKPT.K.VI<P RD. it ?> |.t er?inon'tly the 'BAU ?l* the Ii A V. Under, my
i)irw)i?ciiiciit it hna crown sn popular tint men w!io have mit lasted the gr.tp?5 for i v?nty
years, have been neon, aid nr?! now. Pt: At," i'K'I.Net at my t' tUNI'tilt. Since, their steps
ii.ivc become S'I'KAItlKIt, tliiiir vision* i i.K \ IlKK. an I their sleep SOUNDER. The
pedple say that since :Lv way tli^t Ovaugobuxg wai
LAID OT ASHES
? v M.e hand ..f ISf'KNDl VIIIs?. tint 1 ins !i i-- hoen se-t hersabotft* rrVKQlJ \!. my SUPgHR
STOCK ?? MKI.I.OW WiriSKRYS. while Abb lUiltKK -vi.n-> VOICK that my St ITl.Y
?f A I.I s. WINKS, IHtAXDltS. I,i \l.s. Uj.SK, COItlUALS, SYKUl'S, ete.. it pur?! and
nielli lit. As Letid ip i: t! > j e? pl? no for NiONKY they nil with one action! declare
ONE MILLION OF DOLLARS
could it'.'t itiduco them t? 1>> ?iili my vivifying drinks. Although thej bavo
tno Men in. I'.liss ,\ c,.
LOST
? i ? i Ii ii-ure is s:i;i in ihein in de reflection that the
Supreme < o u t CANNOT grant m M \ n '11 .S tu compel tue to shut up my S A LOON 1
privilege is still left in?? to keep in;. RJ,\ U o.ien. in t to soil
Lia'?OEB, WINES &e?
g j?g Rrw US** "wW ?*
cheaper than any one el*c in Orntigebiirg.
tlive no-mi tilul nud ho convinced of the superiority of my ^"ouk.
' BY AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
KNTERPRISE SALOON.
an:'. ".<i
Of)
"DCs'i1 nnnii
jIImi H?hl
AT
D. LOUIS
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.
Call soon.
may 1(1
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Cuablbstqn, S. C. December 14, 1872.
ON AND AFTER 8UNDAY DECEMBER
14, tli* Passenger Train on the South
Carolina Railroad will run a? follows;
FOR COLUMBIA.
Leave Charleston.9.30 A. M.
Arrive nt Columbia.6-^0 M.
FOB AUOVSTA.
Leave Charleston..?..30 A, M.
Arrive tit AugUSta.-'' -0 P. M.
ror nnABfcF.STOB.
Leave Columbia.9.00 P. M.
Arrive ui Charleston.4. Ii I'. M
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.4"> A. M.
COLUMBIA M01I1 KXI'BKSB?aMXOAXM KXCEPT
i.n.
Lenvs Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive n( CoTnrhbiii.0.30 A. M.
Leave Columbin.~ 3U P. M.
Arrive i i Charleston.4 40 A. M.
AUOUSTA NIOII r KXPBBSt
iUXUAYSEXCSPTH
Loave Charleston.8.30 P. M.
Arrive nt Augusta.7.'-J"> A. M.
Leave Augusta.G.15 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5l60 A. M.
SUMMF.RVILI.S Tit A IN.
Leave Summerville at.7.2.' A. M.
Arrive at (Charleston at.MO A. M.
Leave Charleston :ii.8.85 P. M.
Arrive at Suininerville at.1.50P. M.
CAMDKM URAXCU.
Leave f ainden.7 20 A. M.
Arrive at Coliiinbiii.11.?? A. M. i
Leave Cntutubia.10 P. M '
Arrive a: ?' iin Ion. 0.55 P. M.
Ray an 1 Niirht Trains connect lit \ugu.?)n,
with Mficmi and Attgn tu ltts.il Roiitl, Central
Rail Road and (Jeorgiti Rail Road. This in
the quickest hud in<"-t direct route, and us
roint'oi'l bit iitiil tMleilp as huyoilier route to
Louisville, Cinuitinuti, Chicago, St. Lotii?,
and .ili other ] bin's West :.u.i Northwest.
oltiuibia Night Train ednbeots, with
tire, lirllle on 1 iliithl I i IT titfutid, und Day
and Night Tiaiiis connect witli Charlotte
Road.
Through Ticket." on pale) via ih! = route to
nil points; Nort It.
i Hindoo Ti lin connects nt Kingvillu duilj
(except .-'i.r l i ' with i?tiv Passenger 'I'ra.n.
and runs through to Columbia.
A i<- i V i I.... Vioit-Presidcnt.
S. I?. Pi< RK.ys, General Tickv.: Agent,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &e
*?',S,;r hit
p. i\ T O A le,
Manufacturer rtuti Dealer,
No. Jo Hayn? Street ai 1 llorlbcyk's Wbarl
Til vlU.K-TOV, k
tfiff"Tltis is the Largest and most Com
plete Factory the kind in the Southern
States, und ?M articles in this line can be
furnished i>y Mr. P. P. To.vi.Riit prices v. iiicli
defy compel itii-'l.
h?5V* v pamphlet wHh rhu and detailed
li?t of all sizes of Door* Sashes und Blinds,
an l the prices, ot bach, will he keut free und
post Paid, on ap] licalio ! i<r
; i?. I?. roALi;,
CifAKi^ES'io.N s. c.
jVily ?.*? wee
MONKi CANNOT HUT IT!
Tor Sij;!i( i*> l'rieoless! !
RUT TU K DIA MOV p sfpfecT^CLEl* WIL1
PRESERVE IT.
tI\RK
If you value your Eyesight use these Per
feet Lenses, tjround from Minute Crystal
Ptuble*. Melted together^ and derive their
I name "Diamond" on inr%tirit of their Hard
1 ness and llrillianey. They will last mauy
i j -ar? without change, ..ml are tfarrauied
superior to all otb*r? in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica.
Manufacturing <'?>.. New York.
CAUTION.- None 0ending unless stamp
?J with nur trade mark.
For Si'., by Responsible Ageuts thr.?u-li
eut i ue Union.
E. J. OLIVRROS,
jan 20?ly ?ranacburir, s. C.
rn i ?
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH ?' VR0I.INA,
Oimitgehnrg Branch.
Will pay 7 PKR ( P.NT. INTEREST on
SPECIAL- DEPOSITS au Iii PER < KM. ?n
SAVlNC.S DEPOSITS, Compounded Si mi
nmi.tliy.
I.ociil Finance Committee.
Uon. TH03. \V (VI.OV Rlt.
Col. I'M 'I. s. FKf.OKK.
Capt. JNO. A. liAMILTON.j
.i \s. ii. rowi,ks,
A.-.-isiaut Cashfor,
j inar.28 j.^i olv
At Private Sale.
rilllE PLANTATION forming n pari <.i
1. the Estate of the Into Col. Kcltt, un-l
known pa the DAURY PLACE. I lie traci
enhsists of nbetii MM) aere?, one half well
Timber eil, I he remainder liich. fled, Loam
Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. These
aro the Finest Lnndfl it. (he District, and
were valued at $'20 per acre in 1800, Would
he sold for one-bait I ha' ,'rrico now. One
fourth oash, the remnir er in three instal
ments bearing interest from date and se
cured by mortgage uf th" *auto.
This is a splendid ohnnoe for BBefVne do
siring lo sci'urr Rieb Lands. f)ne Wat Of Pow
er, excellent Cuttle Range and u llefiaed
Neighburhuod. Apply to
Mrs. L M. KR1TT.
Or J U KElT'f, Rsti.
jan ii
4>r to x*iO PER DAY! Age bum
?4)0 WANTBDJ All ehutsee of working
people, of either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their spara
momenta, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars free. Address
0? 8TIN8ON & Ce.,
sept V -lo Portland, Maine.
A?KIVIX? UV JiVJ?UV
?tot!
NORTHERN STEAMER
A T
GEO. H. CORNELSON'S.
.?*d
In er.kr to be prepared forth* demands of ihn saiaan, T am rcooiving large eeppUes el
11 the rar! oua goods iiacdadjU I Iii* time ef the year: aueji ai | \
Plantation Kitpjdie?. Tools. Plows, Iron,
And everything eis? necessary .(o jn:ih? a crop. I urn A gort for the fallowing vaMeMe
nod established Manures:
ET I W AN OLA No,
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE,
ETI WAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC PJluSPHATR.
ATLANTIC ACID PH08PHATK,
JS IQftANK COK'S PHOSPHATE,
PEKPVI AN OTTANO.
LAND k'LASTKR LIMB AND SALT.
All tbe above Man urea lire offered at manufacturer* prices will bo said at the eava*
torma asat the works und will bu dwlivcrod if requested at any depot on tbaSoatk Caralia*
Railroads. ' rerd
job 1 GKO. H. CORMBLfOtr.
?Saas
DUKES' HOTEL.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
The Sol ?uro in aVnowncing to his FRIENDS andtks COM
Ml ihni he lias Ol'KNWl) s PHI ST I LASS HOTEL, at tho l.nrgo Rtabieaae rseeat
i.coupii i I ? X'I i Hal ? Wanwomnkorl I 'on.foi tahlo Accoir modstiona, a Beaatasae
Tibi?' n?i<l Cautious Ait. nti-.n lire G??rnnticedj
inn 1-?:'.in
J. W. 1*.
? p: V. v
EECrULAE DAILY TBJtiXL
KNOTHBR TKAIX JUST LN AND FILL?? WITH
DESIRABL
AM? CUSTOMERS SHOWING *T
? ra *t*b w?> * ^ vmw h! grtjkaaflt air
: vss \ i*.?it a. fcrtaarf ?>
Mnkiug Selection from their Extraordinary L irge sod Varied linear en*
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Their assortment, with constant additions, is
'1 wnvwt
UNSURPASSED
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Toth as to STYLES and Q1T ALVrTKS. JLea?! ?~
Their facilities in drawing supplies from Jesirabla Marfcctff
TOR THE CASH
Enable them to tmki> the be^t ?ossib'c KATES, which is
tinued froiu its ORG A.N'IZ ATION ?
18 12,
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(living an c.tperie ce of 30 years in Businew.
EcoWrhy and Enterprise together witT> the Energy .ind cronlfematfry ItriflT
i nt of nil their Assistant, are ttlwats found at the OLD KSTABLISUfassV
nor si: of
... BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
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? et c."i \? .?ot>d iieei
I t<t /uosr.s w>? a baa
tri? jjnds^esff!
ill r/rjesw *l riiiv im**?
?I bapos eis "tea^n'SWa
ii (til k' " vJifo> Ju?i 1
oj *v*i f .tiMHVi Jij" I ail; ^atva
flo \ i??mWtk?p a ve >'V law utsir. ?dt t
WOULD INFORM Till! Pl'UT.ir THAT HE IS STILL CARRYING ON THE CA*?,
ring? Making in stilts various brimelies, and will Manufactore er Repair attaW
Short eat Notice, all Carriages, lluggica or Wagoos. Aral am alee prepared wit*
NEW PRESS AND 0 TO CIN AND PACK COTTOM
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton GIN NOT AT MY MILL has brought from \ to \ eeat aaare
taan that Qinned on tbs OoOimsl?Sia. n. RI?Qti.
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