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0^7” We are authorized to announce A.
B. BACON Esq., of Columbia, as a can
didate for District Attorney for the 2nd '
Judicial District, composed of the counties
of Copiah, Pike, Lawrence, Marion, Han
cock, Simpson, Covington, Harrison, Smith
'Rankin and Scott.
FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE.
0^7= We arc authorized to announce T*
Y. GRIN’STEAD, as a candidate tore
present Lawrence county in the lower
branch of the next Legislature.
—v---—
0tj- VVcare authorized to announce Wji
WEATHERSBY, as a candidate to re
present Lawrence county in the lower
branch of the next Legislature.
05“ We are authorized to announce J .
R. CHAMBERS, as a candidate to re
present Lawrence county in the lower
branch of the next Legislature.
Q^T” We are authorized to announce W.
A. STONE, as a candidate to represent
Lawrence county in the lower*branch of
the next Legislature.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
0^7~ We are authorized to announce
JOHN D. BOWEN, as a candidate for
the office of Judge of Probate of Lawrence
county-_
0^7” We are authorized to announce M.
B. CANNON, as a candidate for re-ciec
tion, to the office of Probate Judge of
Lawrence cQb'uty •
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK,
We are authorized to announce ED*
WARDL. BOWEN, as a candidate fori
re-election to the office of Clerk of the j
Lawrence Circuit Court.
We arc authorised to announce THOM
AS F. MOBLEY as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of the Lawrence Circuit
Court.
FOR PROBATE CLERK.
03" We are authorized to announce M.
H. SMITH, as a candidate for the office
of Clerk of the Probate Court of Lawrcn e
county.
SHERIFF.
^7** We arc authorized to announce
JAMES M. TURNE i, as a candidate for
re-election to the office of Sheriff of Law
rence county.
k COUNTY TREASURER.
CO1- We are authorized to announce l)
F. N. TURNER, as a candidate for re
election to the office of County Treasurer.
0^7” We are authorized to announce
POLLARD MULLINS, as a candidate
for the office of County Treasurer.
{j^7-We are authorised to announce
JAMES E. HARPER, as a candidate for
, the office of county Treasurer. ’
FOR ASSESSOR.
We are authorised to announce JONA
THAN WEATHERSBY, as a candidate
for re-election to the office of Assessor of
Lawrence county.
0^7“VVe are authorised to announce L.
H. WILLIAMS, as a candidate for theof
licc of Assessor fur Lawrence county.
A List of Letters
Remaining in the Post Office at Monti
ccllo, Miss., on the 1st day of
J-uly, 1S45, which if not taken out by the
1st day of October next, will be sent to the
i* General Post Office, as dead letters.
J\ IU
' Armstrong Jesse Morris William B2
B Murray Rev A
Bourne Bennet 2 Mobley Thomas F
^Bailey James N
^ostick Frederic Nelson John
^Bridges Mrs Alla P
^Bourn John Pen ell Rev James 2
Boon Robert Janas Pounds L) C
C Pendleton Mrs F
•Crump William Patterson W B
F R
Fox Robert L Rice Cornelius M
G Riley Edwa rd M
Green William Riley John S
Grant Francis M Reies Lemuel
i H S
Hemphill A Speigh s Sir phen A
Hughes Rev II S 2 Speights Stephen L
Hughes Mrs Mary ASpeights Larnon
Hoggat Isaac Sutton James
I Harrison William Steen Janies
Lji Herring'on Enoch 2Stringer John S 2
I Hooker 1 lymrick Stuckey Simon or
|> J John
Johnson Andrew or T
Hi Mathew W Miller Taylor William R
Jett Hamilton 'J'errel E M
Sjj^nlones Nathan ■ W
mmi K Wray Wm
Kj^Hbight Mrs Violey A Warner James
L Willis Francis W
||||Bpoftin Ezekiel Wiley Elbert M
BHrLewis Blunt Writchley John
TT Lenoir A S
1 N.B.—Persons calling for any of the
1 above letters will please say they are ad
: vertised.
J D.F. N. TURNER, P. M.
Monlicello Miss., July 1, 1845.
The State of Mississippi,
Lawrence County.”
I’hc Honorable Probate Court, June
Term, 1845.
rHE undersigned having been appoint
ed Administrator de bonus non, at
he above stated term of the Honorable
Probate Court, in and for said county and
State, on the estate of HARMON RUN
NELS, late of said county, deceased, no
tice is hereby given to all persorfc indebt
ed to the estate of the said deceased, to
come forward and make immediate pay
ment. Also, to all persons who may have
claims against the said estate, to present
them, duly authenticated, within the time
prescribed by law, as this notice will he
placed in bar to a recovery of all-claims
against the said estate presented after
that time.
SAMUEL STAMPS,
Adm’r. de bonus non.
July 1, 8 15-51-6 tv.
Administrator’s Sale.
BY virtue of an order from the H nor
ablc, the Probate Court of Lawrence
county, Mississippi, at the June Term,
1845, the undersigned, administrator ol
tlie estate of Harmon Runnels, late of said
county deceased, will proceed to sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder, on a
credit of one, two and three years, notes
to be made payable first of January 1847,
’48 and ’49, at the door rtf the court house
of Lawrence county in Monticello,on the
fourth Monday in November 1845, the fol
lowing described real estate, belonging to
the estate of the said deceased, to wit:—
the east half of the south west quarter o(
section three, township six, range eleven
east, containing eighty-one and G8-100ths
acres. Fractional section twcnty'eight,
township seven, range eleven east, contain
ing six hundred and thirty seven and G0
lOOins acres. The south east quarter of
section three, in township six, range ele
ven ea«t, containing one hundred and six
ty acres. The north east quarter of sec
tion three, township six, range eleven
Kciai, cmiiiiimiiu uuc ituuuieu nuu siwy
three and 40-lU0:hs acres. Fractional
section two, township, six range eleven
east containing one hundred and ninety
four acres.
Purchasers will bo required to give
notes with sufficient and approved sccu
ritv.
SAMUEL STAMPS,
Administrator de bonus non.
July 1st, 184r> 51-tds.
Tlie State of Mississippi,
La whence Count .
The Honorable Probate Court, June
term, 1815.
IIF. undersigned having been nppoin
led Administrator at the above sta
ted term of the Honorable Probate Court,
in and for said county and state, on the
estate of ELIJA PURVIS, late of Law
rence county deceased—notice is here
by given to all persons indebted to
the estate of said deceased to come for
ward and make immediate payment. AP
so, to all persons who may have claims
against the said estate, to present them,
duly authenticated within tlie time prescri
bed by huv,as this notice will be placed in
bar to a recovery of all claims against the
said estate presented after that lime
J 031 AH PURVIS,
Adm’r.
June 24, 1845-50-6w.'
Administrator’s Sale.
Saturday, 1 iicQGih day ol July, 18
45, 1 will offer at public sale, at my
residence, seventeen and a half miles east
of Monticello, on the Mount Carmel road,
all the personal property belonging to the
estate ol John W. Sterling, deceased—
consisting of negro slaves, John, Harriet
AA. >Siarr»llM 1 • r f 1 i 111 •>! >• u l f nirrhtnon mniiflits
7 H
old. Cattle, Iwgs, sheep, one bay mare,
household Furniture, anil farming utensils.
Sale to take place within the hours pie"
scribed by law—credit of six months will
be given, by the purchasers giving note
with approved security.
WILLIAM L. STERLING,
Administrator.
June 10, 1845. 48-6w.
Administratrix’s Aale.
PURSUANT to an order of the Hon
orable Probate Court of Lawrence
county, made at the May term thereof,
1 345, the undersigned will proceed to sell
to the highest bidder, on a credit of six
months, all the personal property belong
ing to the estate of Lucinda Prestidge, de
ceased, on Thursday the 10th day of July
next, at the residence of said deceased.
Sale to take place within the usual
hours prescribed bv law. Purchasers will
be rquired to give bond with approved se
curity.
PAMELA PRESTIDGE,
Administratrix.
June 10, 1845. 4S-w.
The State of Mississippi,
Lawrence County.
rB'GlE undersigned Administrators of
the estate of Joseph Lard, late of .said
county, deceased, would hereby inform
all persons interested in said estate, that
they will at the July term of the Probate
Court, 1845, of said county, present their
accounts for final settlement and allow
anccand resign their letters of administra
tion.
GWLN PEPPER,
John lard,
Administrators.
May 21,1845—46-0w.
Proposals
For publishing, in the City of Wash
ington, a new daily, semi weekly
and weekly, democratic republican pa
per, to be entitled
UNITED STATES JOURNAL,
BY JESSE E. DOW & CO.
The first number of our new paper will!
be issued on the first day of May next, with j
xn entire new dress—new type, fine white 1
paper, with other important alterations and
improvements. The paper will be devoted :
to a fearless exposition of democratic prin-!
ciples; it will zealously and unremittingly
oppose each and every effort to establish a
mammoth monarchy bank and other mis
chievous corporations and consolidations of
wealth, which subvert the rights of the
people and undermine the pillars of the
republic; it will oppose an oppressive and
anti-republican tariff system, the assump
tion of the State debts by the general gov
ernment, and all other federal principles
which have an inevitable tendency to des
troy public prosperity as 'veil as individual
happiness. Against all such political delu
sion we shall wage unchanging, uncompro
mising war.
The Fanner and the Mechanic, who pro
duce all the real capital of the nation, will
find in ottr paper an unwavering champion
of their inalienable rights: the long cherish
ed principles of the editors are too well
known to the public to require any pledge
upon this point. To the miscellaneous de
partment, particular attentioifwill be devot
ed; the ladies will always find in our co
lumns a choice selection from the current
literature of the day, as well as original
contributions from the most talented wri
ters of which our country can boast. A
general summary of foreign and domestic
news will be furnished.
The conductors have already secured the
aid and co-operation of a large number of
the most distinguished literal v and nolitical
writers of the day; arrangements will also
bo made, at the earliest period possible, to
embellish our columns by the contributions
of correspondents from1 abroad. With this
brief and imperfect outline of our plan, we
very respectfully submit our claims to ar.
extensive patronage totlio consideration of
a generous public.
THEOPfllLUS FISK, ?rr,
JESSE E. DOW, $ Editors.
terms:
Daily paper per year, in advance, $10 00
“ for less than a year, $1 per month.
Semi-weekly per year, in advance, 5 00
“ “ for less than a year, 50 cts.
per month.
Weekly paper per year, 2 00
“ “ lor six months, 1 00
Subscriptions to the Daily for less than
two, to the Semi-Weekly for less than four,
or tojlie Weekly for less than six months,
will not he received.
If not within the year, the Daily paper
will be $12, the Semi-Weekly $5 and the
Weekly $2 50 a year.
Subscribers may discontinue their pa
pers atany time by paying for the lime they
have received them; but not without.
Those who subscribe for a year, and do
not, at the time of subscribing, order a dis
continuance at the end of it, will be consi
dered subscribers until they order the paper
to be stopped, and pay arrearages.
The State of Mississippi,
Lawrence Countv,
Rankin, Boggs 6cCo.)
vs. > Attachment for
Jackson D. Williams.) $01.
In the Circuit Court of Lawrence count]],
Mississippi, to June Term, 1815.
J-TSlliE attachment in the above staled
case having been returned into my
office by the proper officer of said countv,
the defendant is hereby notified, lliai un
less he appears, put in spqual hail ' and
plead 10 plaintiff’s action onglt ■ before the
first day of the next term o^said court,
to be hidden at the court-house of said
county on the first Monday in April next,
judgment final will be entared against him
and the property and effects in the hands
of the garnishee in this case, will he applied
to the payment of plaintiff’s claim and all
costs.
Witness my hind anil seal of said court
at the town of Monticello, county afore
said, this 2nd day of June, A- D. 1S45.
EDWARD L. BOWEN, Clerk.
T. S. Swift, Att’y.
June 10, 1S45. 48-Gw.
The State of Mississippi,
Lawrence County.
E. Foster, )
vs. V Attachment for ^‘734.
J. D. Williams. )
In the Circuit Court of Lawrence county,
Mississippi, to tunc Term, 1845.
ri'IHEattachment in the above staled
case having been returned into my
office by the proper officer of said county,
the defendant is hereby notified, that un
less lie appears, put in special bail and
plead to plaintiff's action on or before the
first day of the next term of said court, to
be holden at the court-house of said coun
ty on the first Monday in April next,judg
ment final will he entered against him, and
the property and effects in the hands of
the garnishee in this case, will he applied
to the payment of plaintiff’s claim and all
costs.
Witness my hand and seal of said court,
at the town of Monticello, ccmnty afore
said, this 2nd day of June, A. D. 1845
EDWARD L. BOWEN, Clerk.
T. S. Swift, Att’y.
June 10,1845. 48-Gw
The State of Mississippi,
Lawrence Countv.
James M Ellis 1
vs. > Attachment for $70.
John V. Sanks )
In the Circuit Court of Lawrence county,
Mississippi, to June Term, 1815
THE attachment in the above stated
case having been returned into my j
office by the proper officer of said county,'
the defendant is hereby notified, that un-;
less he appears, put in special bail and ;
plead to plaintiff's action on or before the \
first day of the next term of said court, to
bo liolden at the court house of said coun
ty on the first Monday in April next, judg
ment final will be entered against him,
and the properly and effects in the hands
of the garnishee in this case will be ap
plied to the payment of plaintiff’s claim
and all costs.
Witness my hand and seal of said court,
at the town of Monticello, county afore
said, this 2nd dav of June, A. L). 18-15.
EDWARD L. BOWEN, Clerk.
J. M. Ellis, Att’y.
June 10. 184| * 48-6w.
Administrator’s Sale.
IN pursuance of an order of the Pro
bate court of La.vrence county, at
the April term, 1845, thereof—the un
dersigned, administrator, de bonnus non,
on the estate of Zebulou E. Pendleton,
deceased, will, on the first Monday in
June, 1845, before the court house door,
in the town of Monticello, offer for sale
to the highest bidder, on six months? cre
dit, with note and approved security, a
likely negro woman named
“DIANA.”
Diana is about 35 or 40 years of age;
she is a first rate cook, washer and iron
er. Persons wishing to purchase a val
uable slave, will do well tu attend to!
the sale.
J. W. PENDLETON,
Adni’r. c/e bonusnon.
May U lW4a-4;5-tnv
*% The above sale is postponed until
the first Saturday in August, being the 2d
day of the month. J. W. P., Adm’r.
June 3 1845-47-9w
The State of Mississippi,
La.whf.xce County.
The Honororable Probate ( ourt, May
term, 1815.
HE undersigned having been appoin
ted Administrator at the above stated
term of the Hon. Probate court in and for
said county and State, on the cstateol
JOHN S P E R LIN G, late of Law
rence county deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to the estate
of tiie said deceased to come forward and
make immediate payment. Also to all
persons who may have claims against the
said estate to present them, duly authenti
cated within the time prescribed by law.
tis this notice will be placed in bar to a re
covery of all claims against the said es
tate presented after that time.
WILLIAM L. STERLING,
Administrator.
May 27, 1845-46-6w
The iState of Mississippi.
-4< Rules held in the Clerk's office of
the Superior Cou-t of Chancery of the
Stale of Mississippi, at Montieeljo, on
the first Monday in May, A. D. 1845,
it being the fifth day of said month, be
fore the Clerk of said Court.
Josiah Purvis, eh a!.
No. 17. vs.
Thomas J. Coffee,
Robert Underwood, )
Henry Smith and >
John Freeman. )
UPON opening the complainant’s bill.!
and it appearing satisfactorily, that 1
John Freeman, one of the defendants in
inis cause is not an irinaoilant or this
State, but resides beyond tbe limits there- !
of; and the jurisdiction of this Court,!
and he having to enter his appearance, and
plead, answer, or demur, to the complain,
ants; upon motion of the complainants by
Counsel—It is ordered that the said de
fendant enter his appearance herein on or
before the first day of the next term of
this Court, lobe held at the courthouse
in the town of Monticello, on the first
Monday in the month of September next,!
and plead, answer, or demur to the com- j
plainant's Bill—otherwise the same will |
be taken for confessed against him and !
set for hearing exparte, and the matters !
thereof decreed accordingly—And it is
further ordered, that a copy of this or
der he forthwith published once a week
for two months successively in the South
ern Journal, a newspaper published in
Monticello.
ROBERT HUGHES, Clerk.
By E. L. Bowen, Dtp. Cl'k.
B. Harris, Sol. for Compl’t.
May G, 1845-43-bw
Eagle Hotel,
Monticello, Mississippi.
rI^HE subscriber would inform his,
a friends and the public generally, j
that he now occupies the EAGLE HO
TEL in this place. He has used much
money and pains in making improvements |
and additions to his house, and hasattach- J
ed to it a bar for the accommodation of his
customers, containing every variety of]
choice liquors. He therefore, with confi-1
dence solicits the patronage of his old
friends and customers, and assures them j
that nothing shall be wanting to render
them comfortable. In fact he is determ
ined to keep a table not to be surpassed
in nnv section of the State.
EDWARD L. BOWEN.
Monticello, March 25. 1S45. 37—lv.
S. ODELL, Gunsmith,
main STREET, NATCHEZ.
THE subscriber most respectfully in
forms his friends and the public
generally, that lie has rented a shop on the
North side ol Main street, second door
from Commerce, whore he will continue
>n his own account, the Gun Smith Busi
tess in its various branches, lie respect
fully solicits a continuance of the patron
lge so liberally bestowed on the tirm of
Fitzpatrick &, Odell.
Persons sending work will please ac
company it with a note addressed to him.
Apr if29, 1845-42-1 v
RICHARD ELVVARD,
BOOK BINDER, STATIONER, AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER.
Main street, next to the City Hotel.
7 ▼HE subscriber has conslantlv on hand
a supply of STATIONERY of every
description, for sale cheap, for CASH,
viz:
Super royal, royal, medium, derni, folio
post, cap and letter PAPER—plain and
ruled. '
Quills, Steel Pens, blue and black Ink,
Sealing Wax, Wafers, Sand, &c.
Also—a supply of Blank Books, viz:
Ledgers, Journals, Invoices. Cash, Cotton,
Record and Day Books; together with a
variety of Calhoiic Books.
BLANK BOOKS made to any order
and to any pattern which may be requir
ed. Old Books,Newspapers and Periodi
cals, carefully rebound.
03” Any orders sent to Natchez or Jack
son, will be punctually attended to.
RICHARD EL WARD.
April 29, 1845-42-1 y
------» _
JOHN BAILLIE,
Under the. Free Trader Office,
MAIN STREET, NATCHEZ.
HAS constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of cheap goods, which he
will sell at very low prices for cash. As
his stock is selected (expressly for country
customers, he solicits a call from all with
whom economy these hard times is an ob
ject. Ilis assortment consists in part
of—
Blankets, white and colored,
Large and small Bed and Saddle do.
Cassimeres, Sattinets, Kentucky Jean®
and Tweeds,
Kerseys and Linseys,
lied, yellow and white Flannels,
Bed Ticking and canton Flannels,
Bleached and unbleached Shirting of the
best brands,
LowellOsnaburgs, 4-4, 7 8 and 3-4,
Irish Linen, brown, black and white Hol
lands,
Bombazine, Alpacas and Merinos,
Plain and twilled Mou.-selin de Laines,
Crape and Chamelions do.
Blanket and worsted Shawls, all sizes,
Bandana, flag and fancy silk pocket hdkfs,
French and Italian black and fancy silk
cravats,
Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons and Fancy
Goods, &c.
CLOTHING —consisting of dress and
frock coats; a good black dress coat for
$12 00; Pilot, Pelto and Flushing Over
coats. all prices; Cassimere, Satiinet,
Tweed and Jeans Pants, do; Fine linen
bosom Shirts; Lamb®wool and Merino
Undershirts and Drawers; with a general
assortment of every article in the line,
BOOTS and SHOES—a very complete
assortment. Super calf sewed Boots;
waterproof do. and pegged do; russetts,
kip and call Brogins; boys and misses
calf and kip sewed and pegged do.
SADDLERY-Men’s Spanish and
English Saddles; ladies’Side Saddles for
$10; gents. English do.for$G; boys do
HATS, CAPS and BONNETS—con
sisting of all varieties and shapes. Russia,
i a.-sunere, tviiria ana wool Hals; Cloth
Velvet and Hair Seal Caps.
Florence Braid and Fancy Bonnets; a
few Bombazine do. for mourning, $3 each;
with numerous other articles impossible to
put into an advertisement.
Don’t forget the store, the first
round the corner from Cotton Square, on
Main street.
April 29,1845-42-1 y
Hlack Smith
B|[inE undersigned have opened the Shop
formerly occupied by Aaron Hargis,
where they are prepared to execute Black
Smith work in all its various branches.—
Every pains will be taken to give satisfac
tion, and all work that leaves the shop will
be done well and in a neat manner. We
solicit a liberal share of patronage.
WILLIAM NAIRNE&Co.
Monticello, January 7, 1845—26 Iv
1 he State of Mississippi,
Lawrknck County.
rjVHE undersigned Administrator of
JL the estate of Sampson Block, late
>f said county deceased, would hereby ir
orm all persons interested in said estate,
hat he will at the July term of the Pro
late court, 1845, of said county, present
hisaccounts tor final settlement and al
ow ance and resign his letters of aJminis
ration.
LEOPOLD BEER,
Administrator.
June 3 1845—17—Gw »
Great Bargains.
Selling off at Cost!!
A&- L. BEER, preparatory to going
• North to replenish their stock, are
now selling at cost—persons wishing to
purchase goods Cheap, will do well to call
as they are determined to reduce their
stock by the TOth of July, when they will
leave for Now York and Philadelphia.
June 10 1845-48-4w
Shoes.
JUST received a large assortment of
Misses and Children Shoes; Black Kid
Boots, Morocco do., Light Kid do., Light
Kid Helltics, Cloth Gaiters, Nullifies,Slip
pers, &c. &c. &.C., for sale lo#..by
A. &. L. BEER.
Family Medicines.
£
THE suberibers have just received
and will keep constantly ton hand a
general assortment of the following Drugs
and Medicines:
Godfreys Cordial, Rhubarb,
Opodeldoc, Salt Petre,
Bateman’s Drops, Salaratus,
Laudanum, Ginger,
Paregoric, * Calomel,
Essence Peppermint,Castor Oil, *
British Oil, Sweet Oil,
Balsam Copaiva, Jpirits Turpentine,
Magnetia. Spanish Flies,
Cayenne Pepper, Gum Myrrh,
Lees Pills, Gum Arabic,
Worm Lozenges, Gum Giacum,
Sappington’s Pills, Ailoes,
Peters’ Pills, Cloves,
Soda Powders, Opium,
Seidleiz Powders, Blue Stone,
Quinine, Jalup,
Blue Mai,', Spanish Brown,
(liiutnr Ploslnro hif.il.
- — J i'juuivi ,
Peruvian Barka, Sulphur,
! B trley, Coperas,
Nutmegs,
Nux Vomica,
Casteel Soap,
Alum,
Epsom Salts, Spice,
Cream Tartar, Black]Pepper.
ALSO
Bears Oil, Hair Oil, Soaps and perfumeries
nf the most approved brands.
A. &, L. BEER.
April S, 1845—39-tf.
NEW GOODS.
A &. L • BEER. have just opened a
1 JSL* large and splendid Stock of new
Sowing and Swmmei Goods
Their stock comprises almost every article
usuady offered ibr sale in a country
Store. Among them may be found a
handsome assortment of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
A few patterns of plain, colored, satin,
striped, and embroidered TARTALANE
SWISS MUSLINS.
Super fine Black Bombazine.
A large assortment of the latent style
FRENCH, ENGLISH & AMERICAN
pints.
A beautiful assortment ofOmbra stripe,
BROCADE, CIIAMELION, RAINBOW
and LEGHORN BONNETS; NECK and
( AP RIBBONS; French Wrought MUS
LIN COLLARS; Lisle and Ashburton
ditto, Cambrick and Muslin Edgings,
Black Bugle Gimp's. A large assortment
of fanev colored gimps and
PARIS CORDS.
Black and colored Kid Gloves, Black
ana unite uugle ftiitts, Ladies rich Silk
Velvet and
trench Reviere border and various other
qualities of.
g | Liunen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Silk Merino, Cashmere and Colton ho
siery, Childrens Lamb’s Wool ditto. Irish
Linnens, Long Laws Table Damask, Birds
evcand
R u s s i a D i ap e l's ,
^ Black Satin and Silk Velvet Vestings,
Tweeds, casimere, Satinets, Kentucky
Jeans, Bleached and Brown Domestic
Sheeting, and Shirting, Bed Ticking;
Apron and FurnitureCheks, 3-4 and 4-4,
White and red flannels, also Salisbury
flannels for children’s wear, Saddle Blan
kets, 7-8 and 4 4 Lowels.
Silk, Scoth Ginghams and Cotton Um
brellas, d('C , &,C., ifc.
B o n n e t s.
Adelaide, Florrence Plait, and plain En
glish Fluted STRAW BONNETS.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS.
Hats.
Beaver, Silk, Glazed, Panama, Straw and
Leghorn Hats.
Ready made Clothing.
of almost every variety.^
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS
SCHOOL BOOKS AND
STATIONARY.
'SiQQ'lUXTU
Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Saddle
bags, Collars, &c. A very large and
complete stock of
Hardware and Cutlery.
Blacksmiths’ Tools, in full sets. Carpen
ters Planes, and Tools of almost every
kind.
V\c respectfully invite our customers,
and the public generally, to call and exam
ine out stock, which we are determined to
sell extremely low for CASH
Monticello, April 1,1845 ^ tf.

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