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Mr. L. is going nfisking with another cler gynana ! Mr. L. of cotirsu -corrected the awkward yet amusing bluader. It is well to be sociable anil clever ; but to assist in courting your girl is being a lit tle too helpful. BEWARE OF COUNTEtFEITS AND 11. TATIONS. The unparalleled and astonishing efficacy of DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, in all the diseases for which it is recommended, curing mnany cases alter the skill of the best physicians was unavailing, has eifectel a large and increasing de mand for it. This fact has caused several unpriici .pled counterfeiters and initators to pialm offspurious mixtures, of similar naute and appearance, for the genuine Balsam Smile are called "Syrup of Wild Cherry," "Balsam of Spikenard," "Wild Cherry, Confrey," &c. Another, "Wester's Balsam of Wild Cherry.": misspelling the namc, and forging certificates to resemble those of the true Balsam. "Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry" is the only genuine. The rest merely imitate the nane of the original, while they possess none of its virtues. LOOK WELL TO TIlE MARKS OF THE GENUINE. The genuine Balsam is put up in bottles, with the words, "Dr. Wistar's ilaam of Wild Cherry, Philad.," blown in the glass; each bottle bearing a label on the front, with the signature of H. WISTAR, Ml. D. This will be enveloped hereafter with a new wrap per; copyright secured, 184; on which will always appear the written signature of "I. BUT TS." Nozie genuine, unless signed 1. BUTTS on the( wrapper. For sale in Suniterville by Dr. J. 1. MILLER, at the Drug Store; and by Druggists generally in South Carolina. EPPING'S COMUPOUNI) FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, AND QEEEN'S DELIGHT, FOR purifying the blood, and removing all diseases arising from the impurity of the same, and is especially recommn'ided for the cure of Rlheumatism, Scrofiila, Erysi pelas, Ulcerations of the Tlroat sand Legs. Pains and Swellings of the Bones, Tetters, Pimples in the Face, Old Sores, atl Tall CU- i taneots Eruptions, Neutralgic Allictions. s Mercurial Diseases, and for assisting th I operation and preventing fatal cunsequen. ces of Mercurials in Syphilis. Reccommenled by the elitors of the I Southern JournI of Med icinte and P har nacy, and prescribed and recommenleI by by most all re-spectable Pithysician is of Charleston and the surronilintr counitry. c This prepavatioi (by aiddintg the Queeu's Delight, &c. to the Sarsaparilla,) room t hines in a more perfect degree than any known reniedy, tonic, and lterative pow ers, anid is highly recom It'e ndiled by cli nent Physicianis. It is prepareid in conse quience of the reconmendntions givei by Dr. II. I. Frost, Professsr of Materii Medical inl the Medical College of Charles ton, S. C., in his work on Materia Medira, and conentrated by a prcess (if the subscrib-r's to render it more convenient for administration, an with tile exceptioin of the addii n of merry .. wh i ch. m.aI y at all limes be added whleu uiecessa ry. Fr thee co'mposi'ti''n of thiis Preparatlion, and the M4edicinal~ Propeur ties of' tiii-Q uteei's Delight, Physicinis aire respectfu'tlly refer reel to the 5th and~ Gilt Nos. Vol. I, of the "Sothern . lturtnal of M4edicinie and Phtar Prepared by J. PET ER M. EPPING, Chiemist and Drtugg ist, King stre et, Charli-ston, S. C. Fur sale ine Sumterville. by the ent J, 1. MIL LER, M4. D. Mareb 31. 1847, 22 ly W.-j Ieare authori zed to an nounce Capt. W. W. B~ATIEMAN, as a Candid'ate for Tax Collector at the enstuing Election. April 1. 1947. 22 tf 1- iry'1e are authorizedI to an notnce WII.l ' Al M0. IhA It IT.l Esq. as a Cuanidate I f *r Tax Co.llector, at the en, suing Election'. Sumterville, Nov. 25, 1816. 4 SOUTHI-CARtOLlNA--SUMTER DISTRICT, By WV. LE WIS, Esqi, Ordin ary of said District. WHIEREAS Alexander Norris htath ap. plied to me for Letters of Administration on all andi sintgula r the guods a ndl ebaiItels, rights andI credlits of Scarborotught Drake, late of the District aforesaid, deceased. TIhese are therefore to cite anti adminonish all anti singtular, the kindred and creditors tf the said deceased't, to. be and( appear be fore me, al tir next Ordiniary's Court for the said District, to be hohtien at Stumter Court Iloutse on thte nin '.h day of A pril, 1847, to she'v cause, if any, whyt~ Ihe saitd adlmi nistratlion slionuld nol be grtanited. Given undter my htand and Seal, t!.is 25th (lay of March, in the year of [r., s.] out Lord, one thiousanad eighi atiun. dred and forty seven, andt int the 71st year of American Indepen dencee. WV. LEWIS, 0. l. D. March 3lst, 1847. 22 2t TO IEIR E A Negro GIRL ciapable oh doing any kind of hlouse work. A pply at this uflce. A pril 1, 1847. NOTICE. All persons indebtted to thte Estate of James Corbell, Senr., deceased., (na hich debts being now due,) are requested to make imnteditate payment to the subscri ber. WV. LEWIS. 0. S. D. Jaa. 20th, 1817. 13 tf NE'W GOODS! The subscriber hus just received hi block of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS consisting of a general and well selecte stock of STAPLE AND FA.NCYDRYGOOD,5 of the latest styles and patterns. -ALSO Books and Stationery, Groceries, Hard ware and Cutlery, fHas, Caps, Boots shoes and Brogans, Bridles and SaddWeu -ALSO A large supply of heady Made Clothing D. SOLONIONS, 2 doors above Court House. April 1, 1847, 22 tr NEW CHEAP CASH STORE, BY L. B. IIANKS, OPPOSTE CUIRA'd 1 OTE ., SUMEtM.ILI., s. C. H E subscriber is now receiving his gene al stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hiard vare, Cutlery, Crockery, Ilfats, Ca ps, Sho es jandmies, &c., &c., &c., which he will sel s low foor CASH as any other Store it himterville, and Sulicts the patronage o lie public. L. 13, IANKS. Smnterville-, March 31, 1847. 22 tf. AUCTION! )N the first Monday in April next, will bc old, three negoroes: A wvomaan between 40 and 50 years old Cook, and field hand, not so1id. A man about 25 years old, ioit of sound iind, a field hand, A Boy twelve years old. 'I'Terms are one third cash, balance v redii of one year, the purchaser giving iole and security, with interest from sale JESSE BROWN, Auctioneer. Sumterville, March 31, 1847. 22 1w Improved Cotton Gins. H'IANKFUL for past favors, the subscri a'r wishes too inform the Public, that in till Manufactures Cottun Gins, at his Cs' ablislument in Stateburg oi the Mnost im ortivel and appmroved plan, (.f the most sit de coistruction, of the finest finish,and at lhe best materialq, to wvit: Steel Sa ws ait 4teel Plated Ribls, Case hardened i il 1hich hie will sell for 82,00 per saw. It Iso repairs old Gins, aid puts them it omiple-te order, at the shortest notice. Al rders for Gins will be promptly and punc uially attended to. WILLIAM ELLISON. Stateburg, March 3J, 1847. NOTICE? TflE Stibscriber hereby gives iotic( hat after a vacation of two weeks, lhi: clool will again he opened aot his roon qpposite the Druggist Store, on Main St menc ainritig his second term, on the firs l iim!ay ine A pril. N. B. Yming Ladies aitending the e'cho.-l. n ho dm'sire inlstruction in plan~ deedleI WVork, will have nii on hor ma ch eIb,t ervme to teahem, by M~1rs. Doui~les. fear thi Sunricerville Mrarch, 24, 18417. 3ROWV T A R A ND PLASTE'R To pirevenI thec trouble of re-planing. Julst re'ceiv'ed, per steramera Deaalb. a uply of' the ttbeeve,whlei ch willI be marea i led a hm arl estoan price.,, with a v'iewt of' gi yin g 'laaters an opportnicte f testinj thlaa*h 'hr-sai ving~ quaalitites of thae ' Croew'ar."' aena ha- heitefticial1 resal Its of lt he Plaster. Feor sulI retail, by D)1 KSON & LATTA Next to thecTi aik of Cam aden. Mareh 31. 22 tf $100 RW VA R D. R TANAWVAY from my Phantatim in S tunter District, S. C.. aut tihl 16th Noe'miber hrtst, mv' negro maa Jeccii AGCO B . Jaco is36 yarsof age, aibout feet 0 or 7 inchles in heightt, toler .liiy stt ; hItas thichI bmushv hai r, a foerii hug couttenance, wtinkls lais eyes qutiel belin speaking, with a doawn Imok, an [imps a1 littlte in his left leg. The abov' eward wili be pnad finr his safe deli very i: lhe JiailI of Saitutr District, u'ithl suflicien ircof to convitiontl of' his lhnt itg beei lia m-tedl by a ny white pierson--or 850 will b [aid for his delivery as abmove. ES'llER PERIDRIEAU. March 23, 184!7- 21 Oam. $50 R E WA RD. R ANA WA Y from the Plantatin: Sof Robert English in Sumter Dis t ict1, S. C., abouet the 25th of De cemeber last, a negro meuan namec J ACKSON. lackson iu about 30 yeamrs of age, near si cet im hetgh t, stot and w11tell pro~portiline. i.as hiigh andl rnak ea temnples--spIetaks plat ;ihly-has a wtife! ice louston C~ountay, (n ,elonegingr to Mr. J. R. Maec Leaw, whiithli rn ay hav'e goe. The above rewar will be paidl fori his deli very to the saubsc'r ber, or fair his lodlgmen~tt in anty Jail so di I may get h'm again. i10MAS RI. ENGLIsli. Mearchi 27, 1847. 20 St BANK AGENCY. The suibscribter contintues to act r Agent in both of the Banlks in Camiden, o the tsual terms. E. W. BIONNEY. Dec. 30, 16443 6 t CEMETERY MARBLE WORK a NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. The subscriber, us Agent for the abov would respectfully inform the inhabitan d of Sumterville and vicinity, that lie is Ir pared to ft,rnish Toanbstonaes, Toinbtables, Monuanents, Mas tle pieces an, Baptisaunal Fonts, - in American or Italian Marble of ever , variety cf pattern and superior workmal ship, sat greatly reduced prices. A I ordei by letter or olerwise will meet wit )prompt attenidon. WM. R. HUNTER. Darlington C. H., March 17, 1847. 21tl MEDICINES. The subscriher Is, and intent keeping conssuntly on iaind -veineral assorlment of Medicine, Paints, Oils, Dye usiffs, &c.,&c which le will sell as loiv as the can be affirded in this place. Enquire i - the Drug Store. sign or the Golden Mortar, J. I. MILLER, M. D. Sumterville, S. C., 20 ,A. CARD. IWILLfAM MA TTIIIESSEN, No. 137, EAST HAY, CoiSrTa OF QOEr-STaEK CHARLESTON, S. -C. FASIJIONABLE CLOTHING ANL TAILORING E-STABILISUM ENT, AND EVERY VARIETY OF Genllernenq' Out filling O0ODS 13tPORTED DIRE.Cr FROM1 EURdPI March 1i0, 1817. 19 tf J. L. HAYNSWORTH, SUR.GEON DENTIST, SUMTE R VILLE, S. C. Orv:CE CoN. Doon Sou or THE RAV S-onE, C o1 M N D A T I O N. We respectruliy dews-e to rt-commend Mr. JAIi L. IIAYVxsWstT, n a skiifl and thoreoughly quil fied operator in his proessieson, and fully 4 nititle-1 i the confidence o.f the. community at large. He i been our pupil f or the last TlI C VtAnS, and has wit perseverina industry. proffitd biv all the aseptie op0 tuinities wholih our estalichment in Culumi-la aron d.d. IBLANDING & RrYNOLDS. SOUTH-CAROLINA-SUITER DISTRICI IN EQUITY. Sarah J. Bradley, et. al. VS. Bill. Y. Stephens, C. Ial, Will lie sold at Sumter Court House, o the first Mesiflny in A pril next, aid if l then sold, will be tfered at euch vubst qlient sale shiy tor-til sold, A Tract of 350 Acres of Land simated iar BilA pville; I111m41s fit the E tate of - radley. deceaseel; not t, le sold under Five D.cllars per irie. (Coals jmits esf sale are sicir much Cash c will pay te rcsts ofl th,- bill samI sale. TI balan ece on a c red it ofC six monthis; lie purs clisiser givinsg besnd .snds security with inlt est angd if not. pide whuen delea. Ihle landt he rsehl set che risk~ of te purschtaser I' Cash. Th'le TIi ah- Deedi w ill ie e'xeee buit nlet dlelive'redl until te lande ~ ispaid lim Purchsasser pa;yings for Dheeds. By order of' the Conur, J. [3. MILLFR, Comi'r. Sumsterville, 8. (., MIairch -1, 1817. ]ii3 ] 20 3t EDWARD 80LO.MONS, sIJooN DEMTIST, SUMXTERVILILE, S. C. Offie on~ door Nor/th f the Court Houe W. E. RICHARDSON, ATTogiNEY AT' LAW ANI tSOLJIITOR? V EQUITY, SUMTER 1IlhE, 8. C. B3LACKS.MITJl AND) WU'EEL-WRIGHI T Jhe subhsc iluer re. sectfuilly' intfotrms sbI cussteers amtl the pliclee geeraslly. tii lie is niow perepaereel ts execte a i weorki t the abhovec taes with nea~t eu can' 11 terse Shioeineg ca refuClly and pirompn~t attendied to. MIillwrv ighits antd owners of Mills are ii frmieed Ithat lie hass erect ed a .tst Laithe - :and is nlow p'lrepaiire'd to F'crg e antd enis atny Mill lrns, Isn us good termss, andcl ascculrate and duirale, ins wocrkmanshlip sar i miaterial ass cant be Ihae ins Chtarle'stn - el IsewhIere. C'ranie~ Iloeoks iinde Si cew s ( - elevating Mill Steties will be kept oni har I eor made toe circler. Any westk in Iro, Stec Br ~tass or 'Copse'r whtichi is ussual donse by lIIlac'k andse Whti te'smi ths, cani I .done as we'll here nis elsewivh ere. .A well itssortced stock of I reel on har ,anid for sale. C(ILN Fe bs'hruar y 3, 18-17. 14I tC Nec wlEuck wIIheai, Canal anid 11 I Car'olina Fl)ur. 25 hags Phi ladleplhia Buckl whe'at h0 barrels extIra finie.Canazl Flescr 5 halef doe dll ele elI ede ~ 20 bar trels extra North Carolisi Flour --A .e-. a I5 hioxes T~iglisht Daeiry Chieese n 410 doc Gosshten doe d~e 3 dozein ring lishs Ghester (Cheese. DICKiSON & L.ATTPA. Camnicn. C. March. 10, 1-~ SHERIFF'S SALES. PERSONAL PROPERTY.. BY.VIRTUE OF PUNDRY EXEC'TIUNs TO M DIRECTED, Will be sold-at Sumter Court House, o the first Monday and day following i April nti t, within the legal houirs v Sale, 1t) the inghes bidder, for Cash, Ih following Propert3. 'Purchasers to p11 for Titles. One Negro, levied on.as the. property o Thomas Bracey. ti the stit of Antwerp 6 h Frank, and the 44dh Regiment. One Negro, levied on as the proporty o Jaoseplh S. Burgess, at the suits of W. C Dukes, I. L. lieriot and A. Hodge. One Horse, levied oin as the property o R. 31. Bracey, at the suit of Robert Brad ford. a One Negro, levied on as the property ''. W. Brailsford, at the suits of James 4 Guignad aid James D. Weeks, 2 cases. ' 30 Negroes, levied on as the property ' y John A. Colclough, at the snits of ti ,t Bank, James Dunlap, C. Mathison', H. T1 McGee. Ben. Gass. T. W. Pegues. V Hopkins, G. B. Long and John Robinsm & Son. 2 Negroes, levied on as the property o L. T. Diinkins, at the suits of Delsev d Dees, Bank of Camden, James Bryce 6 Co. I Negro, levied on as the property o John N. Davis, at the suits of J. Si Fore man and C. II Plummer. 4 llorses, Cattle, flogs, House and Kit chen Furniture aid some Coria, levied ol as the property of John M. James, at ti suits of Ed. Way, Lewis Johnson, Win Lynum, 11. H. Miller. et. al., tile Horse i bit sold at the Court House-the othe property to be sold atdefendatnt's residenci on Tueslav. Stock of Gowls inl Store, 2 Negroes ani Stock of Leather, &r., in Tanl Yard, -, hlorses, I Cart and I Carryall, levied on a the propertsy of P. . Sullivan, at the.suit, of John E. Brown, Jesse M orgaus, L White, A. Roddy, WYm. Johnson, Rankin Sproulls, & Co., State of Suptlh Caroiina 5 cases.. :8 1 Negro, levied on as the property o - Wml. Rhodes, Ador. at the suit of Johit 0 A. Colclough. is I 2 Negroes, levied on as the property p r S. Singleton, at the suit of t. B. Cain. W J. Singleton, A. L. flamiehine, A. J. Muses and Executors it- Jetsse Miller. One Negro, levied on us the property James M1. Pitts, at the suit of William E Richardson. I Iloirse. levied on as the prorerty o J. N. Cantey, tit the suit of J. J. Richard soin. I Buggy, some Cattle, and Horse nn i Kitchen Furniture, levied on as the prop ertv or T. W. Brnlsfird, at the silt oi Jos. ) Weeks. 2 enes. Cuttle and Fur. niture to he sold at defendant's residence on Tuesday. I Negro, levied on as the property o1 G. W. Billoips. at the tuit of B. J. Harri s11, %. J. Tisdale nol S. E. Dickey. TIIOS. J. W ILDEII, S. S. D. She'riff's Oflice, March 22, 1847. REMIOVAL tiF THE CHIARLLSTONi STORE. -DICKSON & LATTA wvould restpectfually infobrmi th etr friendu.s undit customeirii thu they have remo ivedl fromi thei r iold standl ii thieir tnewi Brick Stmiie above ihe Canalea Baink, a nd havye ont hand sainil arFe recei v - ioiiii. c instanty, ta new am1i1 full ussrorimeai ofchie eih seh-et Grticeries, icih ther offer FOR. CASII, at a smiall advance oii (Chiarle'st. nt prices. F, h 24 Fresha Baisins, Prunes, Figs. - ac, &c. &c. 10 boxtes Lay~er Rasinjts in finte order 20 half iun. M1 R. do. 20 qlurt~ elda. doi. do. 30) d: m's Tumrkey Figs, weight 0 to 8 lbs. 2hloxis Genon Citron I tub '4aite Ciurranats. lb 2 cas.es Wt. 1. Preserved (Chaw Chaw, Oranige aissortedu 2 doi, dio. dio. (Conaquzest ) Limes ii 2do- doe. dii. asstd. in qt. jar 2 idt. E. I. tlo. Ginger 1 dii. Tlamntrinds in Sy rupi;. rantyPnce anid Brandy Cheirries Jusat rece ivedl p r s itnmuer Deilb an)itd (Io saule by DICKSON & LATTA. Cannilen, S. C. March 10. ,Seed Potatoes, Oats and Rye b (0litharrels I, ish Potates, whi te sprout 20(0 husheils North Carolina Oats 20 do ilo Rye, Foir sale by DICKSON & LATTA. rCamadena, Marcha 10, 1847. 2, Bacon. Ilacoin ! Bacon !!! 20choice Baltimore Hamns -, 800 ls.Vestern Sides 4 baurrels Lnird. i300 pounds fine TCallow.'. --- At.sO --- 2 lirk ins Goshen Butter 25 Fiiltion Market smoked Tonguaes 4 I.-4 bIs, do pickled do ,. 2 half barrels dio do Beef 2 do do New York Pig Pork. DlCKMsON & LATTA. Camden, March 10, 1847, SEGARS AND TOBACCO. A new supply, and of the latest impoi tion of chioice and a pprovedl of Brandu of Megars andi Toacaco, of a superli qusality. For sale' by DIcKSON & LATTrA. Camdcn, arch....i SHERIFf fALA REAL ESTA TE. B AY VIRTUE OF UUNPR11 VXE:CUTION& To MRI DItECTED, WI L be sold at Sumter -Court HIu'se, on the first Mon~r"' anild da. follo"whg its e April next, withini the legal hcourd of Sale, to the highest bidder, for Cash, the following.Property. Purchasers to pay for Titles. Onee tract'of 50 acres of Land in Char endeon, adjoihing lands of Henry 11 tdnuli, ievied upon as the property of John Bro-g don, at the suit of E. B. Davis, J. W. Keels, 3 cases, and Wm. Ivery. One tract of 100 ceres of Land in Clar- * enmein', adjiining hands of M. Sabb and;M. M. Frierson, levied upon ats the property of Joh n [1. Baxter, sit. tho sniL of Joel P. Booth, 8. S. F.,rrar. Bryce & WiLrnans. Broswn & Oliphant and Rankin Sproulls, & C. Once [ouse and Lot in Sunmterville, ad. jining lands of Joihn A. Clclough. and. known as the 'Dinkins' lotel, levied upon as the prooperty of L.-. Dinkins, at the suit of Wiml. E. tichardson for others. Oine tract nf 350 acres of l.and in Salem adjoiting lans oif Jus. Thomas, Joel Al len and Jesse [Jill, levied upon as the pro perty of John Grant, at tihe aujit of John fM. Tiimons. One tract of 200 acres of Land in Mid. die Salem, adijinine iands of Wn, Han lcock anti Gordon Hanrock. levied upon as the prope*rty of Thos. Hancock, at the btit of S. E. Wison. One vacant lot of two acres In Sinmter ville, adj-sineing lands of A. J. Moses, lev.. r ied upon as the properny of Jos. L. liar, rington. at the suit of G. Phillips. One tract of 0'3 acres of I:wed In Clore. Inmont, adjoining lands elf Thos. Garreott, b-viedl upon as the properly of Elizabeth Kelly, it tie steit of A. Burnett. One Ilocse and L::t of two acres of land in Stimter vill.., a-josininig latnds. or I. -A. Cuolclough, known lis Ditekins' Intel, le,. iedi upon as thee prperwrty of Tyre J. Din kins, ait the suit of Jances Btyce. & Co. One tract of 25 acres of Land in Clrare mon, adjoininig lands of John Sanders and Bi. Cato, levied upon as ihe property of P, Nunnery, at thee suit of R. Martin. One ilouse ani Lot in Gotnuerville, air. joining lands -f W. 8 iloti, h-vied tipont as the property of P. o. Snulivia, at the suit of the *State. 5 cases, Rinkini, Sprouils &. Co., Wm. Johnn, anie) J. E. Brown. Oine tract of 250 acres of Lacnd in Clore mont, aljuoini ng .ands of Estate of Wm. Mayranit. levied upon as the priperty of W. E. Richard-!nc, at the stit of P. 0. Stullivan and F. J. Meoses. Interest in (lnte tract of 1.000 acres of Land in Curenidon, adjoining lainds of W. r Belser aind C. Couilliette, levied uponi as the propetty of Wi. E. Richardson, aL th suit of P. O.Suillivan anl F. J. Moses, rhd romias D. Caonedy. Ex'r. One tract etf 126 nieres of L.and in Clare notit, adjoiniig liandsc ot lecae Lensoir arid homas snoter, b vied pn a _s the prp errey of Frrancis Steur, atc the suit. of A. Aendersesn. S. Alle~n canal F. J. Moses and TIhcomues D. Coeudy. Ex'r. Once cract of 129I .aces of hand in Cla-e eohut, adj-.icnicg Icendus nsf ieac Leanceir ae d TIhoas. Saecur, hnevie'd tepone as the peroper. ty of Tihes. D. Sumnter. at the suit oaf W. W. Alktscon Dcccil & Brotheer, Isaac Date. irls, andi C. HI Davis. One trac telf 21 acre s oif land in Lower S.s.'nrc, adj uincing hands Wma. II. Weoda a d A llenc Sincgleta rv, he'vie~d uponn as nihe prerety cii .lcech P. Sturgeow, at tihe stilt of . eshn GcUranet, Wm. C:ampbeli, acnd M. L. Once tract of 000 arres of Laned in Low. er Saem, ajosie inng Ilands of Peter M~c.. Kenezie, Moahd I ien~tetc anduN Meridv Welche, (alled Dunann's lancds.) leviedc us .n as thce piropersy oaf Jaccob P. Scunrgi..ne, at the sueit of Jechn Gtant, Wme. Camnpbell anid M. L. Martin,. Once tract of 105 acres of Land in -Ste. hemc, ndrjoni c ng leenc~s of Jaments Me. Ba ker, Danien- Ceenrers and~ Johnt. Kirbiy, levied on ) cas then propjerty scf Jieeoh P. Snturgcen, at else sneit of .Johnc G ranct, Wm. Camcpbelh aced .NM. L. Mitrijin. s Once tract of 100 acres oef Land in Lower Salemn adjoiaing Iccmees of Jaees Mi. Boker, SariahI Toel inuson acnd Jonhcn Kirby, levied epoen ras thie propcerty esf Jec-. h P. 8turgeon, att tine steit o~f .I1tdhn Grant, WVm. Camnpbell'-h aend M. L. Mar'in One tract o'f 64 cneres of Land in Lower. Salem, asdjsieuingz lnds of Wmn. Miemms, homais Lmchier aced Robert Lowry, iev, iedh upcen ns the prhoperty of Jacob P. Stur geon, atl the -stit of Jlohn Grant, WVilliam Cars;phell, and( NM. L. Mtartin. - Taen Yardl ando one tra't of 3 acres of land icn Sicmterville, aedjoiring. lands ot JeseMrgaln an~d Mrs. Rice, levied upnon astepreoperty ofP O tihhivaen, at the silt of then State, 5 cases, Ratnkine Sproedhe, & Co., WVm. Jedhnsoni andc J1. E. Browce. THlOS. J. WiLDER, ~ Sheriff ofI Suter Diat, Sheerifr's Ollice, Macrech 13, 1847. PICKItLED SALMON, MACUKEREL, cc. .-c. 3 half barreh< Pnckb d SA LMON h0 dho MACKEREL No, 4 15 half do do do 1; 5 qu'r de do do 1 12 kits and half kits do do I - 3 hnrrels - do dh' 2 - 5 do do ' do 3 .Cod aced Ling Fish. For sale by DICKSON <|& LATTA r Camden, arch 0. Penri Harley. 20 lbes. Pearl Bairleyv. jnest received anti for sale by DICKSON & LA'4TT.