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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 February 1848

av noth tTxt , gy h 'a ~kof 'Careiance iotays N anitk singi6Piin te no 9her ipromo VI~ wsthefia thus ,t coatry~th Meaj. Neghorsmculd ear hafve io uthl tieten the Ca6naric.2e .lDelwresa reent noltinedarbysonftl thE ppersin oher artsof te tatY o1ti Praindiantri ssemre rf teuied Waoif f the Braex consisting r a he uppdis a of siinuanhestrtionas aan'- athe:itka Oranger~s, ~ar oThey atia noW.ran in o the not . any proinc of prcoCa uhla, ~ ..Tp pp'et1 A4 h oun wrrrs.n0th conty.t iMay Neighby some unat fthe difficulties between e ekWares, recenlty mection ed' b uone Vsa- an Batilo -.o leSah1 1t Bth papers in arrivat f the .ao t hidv reeie ,eea prte let -ter;fl hantribes' were per ec ofuiet f' di c.lties existing eitherane usrtonouel yes hostile clemonstmtiofisam the:- whitej aoure rang ier c wre av e t sand efflciq "d there'. is noao btenyoied'acro ,thess it is creatio by ihme unauto 'mtvement of our own citizes littl wk New Orea o PicAmeicantro1 'FROM THE RIO' GRANbE.. ew fr uahuao the1 P...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 February 1848

..j; poUp 0.t,. s ipre aad there. - witli"tbedMexldan coinmise~n ~~ 'eettanterms havebeqkiagr e lis bt wp have nothingWuthention the n a o *ikN 0;P 1ic,)b 9 iLT~E FROM TEXA8. he is atpWsentveyrg atyfthe Prairie Indians assembled'on the head Watei-s of the Brazos, consisting of all Vhe uppei-liands 6f (Tamanohes, Kiotways Yam-parith-kas Muiska-ees,Y&c They are now 1organi zing for a hama i the norternpovmee of MexicogChihuahua&c.- They prpose to .threweeral -thiousand~warriore into that countryje Mai. Neihbors could hear nothi if he iffculiesbeteenthe Caiarich'dli aid Delawares, recently mentioned by some of the yapers in other paits of the 1the Indian tribes wore perfectly quiet-nb diffi culties existing either amongst themielves or hostile demonstratiohs agait the whites. Oui-rangers are now very actreand efiicie; and there is no.probability of any distu unless it is created by some unauti movement of our own citizens. From dhe New Orleans Picayu'ne, F . 11.1 FROM THEB RIO'...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 February 1848

-Z -_nrrv, writish uqe) the qeso m stir hehfit r n h~ful.emya ~n ijW nbs Rt1 "d T.Ah 1V e Aw afor ron 000 oli lk tneo per~acy reinaiksl~e onipre t I ibishi ndta: . y c4r1bpT Folkswoo thlie the e editsd t to e -ei Tri h eduz EpUr ng melc,~ aro toe ugert a enceig ou thto tr~yeo t. ofagbe~wh -h in tbisucdifu-s rooul be ~' ~&j id fow a perdsofthis thescrip nidiwi' *unl moin.lfiusc etft-y e tabil'eernbkletht t ihhows donc~td~aivemplosimel fa iue n nsareae 'tesied hI ti d wd i do thoad vho iiifaen professio . W so it ~vou "'t' rgratly t teidvan t riooie person ifthnis desr iivig tuoin ued islin unyu w to saprcdatps, andil telind -y stabi' heyn with swdhih hwas coiI doredinwf ueaploy helf ien soexoahing totshowhir. muchtae :btthe Jonb)d(to WIIOticia ayWbody ese tltsnkes alregde'b succ*giesshiai ed-1 6C p thr k oforahe rnfori apepn thisaM ,they wol butedo -ond so;A soI'dou lo galy on this adn, ti 4rthtiwhic is certin iwn ith er-a sog udoina ofct h hisehl Ady "' ti vesh ho lo u ince bco ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 February 1848

- acre. ~'j ConD mrvin tN Uf h ar to.'re TrInva a :61detl - sen n i g ht Onasna ~8no I Mif~r .16 ! I94-1 at hk oWahl - 'D, ASHMORE Agent of Mah a -A hmom 1eni 7 uvairifan ERP I)AHOE MOVND PLUID EITRAT OF ARA $=A ANDQUEEV,8 DELIGHT. - There are few cases'of cironic Rieumatan tht illi not yield to uthe jnlu. ence of Sarsaparilla and Queen'. Delight if duly persevered, especially i' taken in con-. juncti9 with Hydr. of Potash, times called S Rheumatism (violent, paine in the . bones, &c.,) resulting from the mercury taken by patiente during severe feves, ad other protracted disease. . It is highly recommended for all diseases of the skin, chronic as well as recent. One bottle wil,-in most instances, eff'ectualy e.r , move all pimples, postules,or blotches on the face, to which young persons in -this,,lnimate are so much subjected to. arisingoither from impurity of the blood or debility. It is the best remedy known for 'scrofulous-aff'ctions, sores, and breakings out in young childr...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 1 March 1848

-~1A. 4.1 F A It .114. ~V4 0V Ou e4 U b e liek 0 0 ndgCaedi.a b i orter-.or puffing sh bbe shaigedau Ac ogtiae $P ~ ~ ~ ~ 'b'h ' d o a 6b. ~do AiPtiJ Do AS" ft hnunce him as a candidate pe aye at the eisuing election. iPleae anvoune . L KER as a candidate for Re p eenkt)8 aat the ensuing election. - MANY VOT ERS.. an 1848. 11 tf We are authorized to an hiounce .04W 'MILLER, Esq. a candi. date4 WAtlerk of the Court -of - Common Pleas, at the ensuing election. Dec.1. 1847. . 7 tf .'We are authorized to any nounc6 DANIEL H. RICHBOURG, a can didated 3o thie6 office of Clerk at the ensuing .13 tf Wr-Th nie of JACOB-H. WHITE. HBE u nounce fim as a candidate f4 BeAil at the next, after the ensuing elec tion: ?We are authorized to announce JOS. FNBTTLES, Esq., a candidate for the of 6 lletor for Claremont county, eglection. 37rW. are authorized to announce WIL. LIAM-G. BARUET, Esq., as a candidate for T&-!C6)lletd1at'the ensuing Electidn. NA TI#UL 'LETTlt. o eng uisitely femirnine and e...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 1 March 1848

4day t h Gye t and h Mwiw 3(eal86n~ hwAsNtD", fi t1Ueli bMoulday thes ccsn amer wiet jiGe be-in ttheitonferenconT a bAVwasio catur e oah 1er ntA aundoat of ite exitio i fr~nid its l Me~bnConkrsa~~ hihati~tp byewi o4ldfftpo~ialicons bogden eh ihtsisting bitle eongthatrdyj e asnde po. i finr'Ur itates morbtAnngeofthe of t i epditGra ioeKNe'atoMic a G Upper thiese Corresioni is a- mere a trne 0oed ITYhtM . P IEMo Ja. 1 Fiusbiwasv captured o .th2tse @IA fulli cunt of the eipeitiona furnishped us btopn o inJalapba cwiogdento ef who actmpaned be mia torative1s. intenselyn uitrectin, but a i Tong, that we canntme sibhaffid rot ufor it thismorng One a the attses the expedition was torapltur en Santa Anna at Tehuteavn Ioey Meucas, however efibcted his isape-bu teouge the treacery Ofoneef his havecmeu.t g * EpRiaZ Porreupondence of'Aw-.cauncl wir watl hive heard I'am satised of the cespectness of the ionraton imparted to mneIn.Jalapa, b an :inte~igent merchant watas resided here several yem t...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 1 March 1848

4.W g0 witoute hIt t e:Mdo op it rP4o1lide mi rwa w rZgt ore '3d Viie PlRov nen worehta -bN 9oth2 pdeiveiia oteth -fbr e h L doth raa hrivin armr "Wysr'si r pm lghinto-th g d died 1oeafor ti irkenh, upa oY*rac p A Ab'n- W" d Madfid othus, t mis~ pu ot, h a r, cabobg, tipsh, snait, 0 oat', y u tr -hury iwhee areyour rVn*0iw6'nig, i'runnling~ f allf A iing foirof e Wiy S sa nrt hlsa y. Gdivght 1th inoe d iittr --it 4EN Es, boken, tgaI iroF*i i!A66oWii dhu a&li iic pthtoa 3e comutrt bleo aisd yor ebagiz te' rn goner. t Oil til .. rso r,? 1 aypo indetdto thebry cd~houft rei fquested trokcoe upr Pii tas Isave ~ot te elleie rae-o T{ -t'l t hrunnin mhod of -'. tuiigfor wihofic-' -, 'Wy a ~nwyorgflosce Blastet I'm suted ! t EB u thday nig t do 10th inst. 4bete i lower Sale retuntor Di~ltj%~ Srxna'~EVANS, 86r.r., g th reif. Nrtue, honesty, ntdgrs. t liptat Oa~ indnecss mere his charac aniet E qr bless and cherish J)ig iKiem OWA fmis e died without a single pnem'tovi"4eratelds good Nme. A...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 1 March 1848

7r7 Sil rOabl.' P EIg T OF. Of chronic#dpinful eny u!n a eliht if s - con ju Phcalled l pain. in the ing from the me taken severe fevesed her Pdisea i. . di ,e h yrecommended for all diseases f theu ch nioas we as recent. One little most instances, efibetualy re move' all b postlesot blotches on the cYOUu reonein thisclinaite arsomih rjc no. gaw elther from pitj ofte .blo or debolty. It is the listrnedy'miiow for scrofulous afbctions, gores, andbteakings out in yoing -children. a& is site audeficacious in removinentire If every tr.e ef hereditary "imae m tbe systen i thetendeestinfant; infactinallcu. taneous abotons iti invaluable. As agen esral palfie fibthe'lood, aiid an eradicator of 11b0 s t diseases this preparation will un d6ubtedly taki-.he precedence of all 6ther re me4ies. It gently operatpa upon and reg ulates the bowels, ,restores to the blood its wonted purity, gives tone tA the stomach, and It will e octuy relieve Erysapelas even in it orst stages, -n allpersons suf...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 March 1848

6 ~ --~ - 'At V~ A. 2j 'Ii lree Dollg. Mtrhe end oie t1 earegg No paper Iscontinued util' r rei pmd o ness atthe oI t thiPiopet0f 7~dirtisemuents fusertedL 75 et*. pui half tha im foe 4ach subequtd 9EPThdurdber of iusertt6nsto ba1k& on allyAdvertisements or they will be liblish bd u114f-6dered to be digeontinued, and "leror uaro for.a elinglin. QArterly-and Monty1 Ad higo lentessill ba hargedithe siame a. a piigle insertion, and semi-monthly thgpaune , as w ones. - ' All Obituary'Notices'exceedingsix lin, and Coinmunications recommendmg Candi. dati- foZ Ob id offices or trust-or. puilg Ebxiih ),' l1'ibe charged as Advertse. - i letters by mall must be paid to id. ire p ltual attendance. 40atbibates. Theriends of Captain J; D, AsiMldRil, announcejhiin as a candidate for iepresentative at the ensuing election. J~ap 19, 1848. 12 tf M3Ir, Editor: Please announce Capt. T M. BAKER as a candidate for Re. presentative at the ensuing election. MANY VOT E RS. Jan. 1% 1848. 11 tf gjWe are ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 March 1848

'94 0C rit 0 tior tri ~feaethtatiill eo ton dlhi it oi'y roet c Ion slaveol. State. willnot hasard their pousity, on f delejinpi, hyoiTl inta o.aty'of peace,even. thou! ha'd to.abandot so 0e. ofithir epeatedly avoWd principles. Th fifty four men and a fe*others, all democrats exeptVMr. HAL, willgo against the treaty. It is still the opinion today that.the treaty, with some modification willi be _atified.' The Senate.was in secret sessionon the treaty to day, and -it is said that the discussions were very warmo Mr..Allen '1t is said, spoke vehemently ainht it. The Presidoit professes to very desirous 6f the ratification of the treaty; and 'Mr. SEvisa is exerting all his influence in sup 0 z ftv-Athe organ of the Executive, on n. - 4drdered that 20,000 copies of sas delivered in the :two Houses, on ~e Ife,'death and services af. Mr. AbAMs, be rie-d for distribution. This is very well. The-addressees wero worthy of such special notice. On motion of Mr. C. J. INGERSOLL, a the'franking p...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 March 1848

tt Harvyn,,LFR Hah 'im TrirL aT0rktWa e en T LJ1 S. 1Lseene. %%' ~ - DATH c OF MRn. A %S, ha Washion 'orisspoiidifiof the 4% 1 worasu u a deni ba the- closing fi eaAt the time ofelo y t despatch, it *dwasevdent tol those watc ing by the couch - th-venetable. patriarch, that the o'k of a. death was being brougt so a' rapid close -H however,- cntinued.to breathe calmly until a .ut,1.2 paste o'clock, when signs o imie S. idissolution were. evident. escene was a most.impresaiye one-sur 'dW1%g he was by his family and a host ~*of Inth'ate and mourning friends watching the na diminution of breath, until all signs of ie were yielded as calmly. and quietly as a hlfalling to sleep. 1~ i. . teen iinutes past seven o'olock h is last breath, after lying:Insensible urhours, with but a fe'w monents lof. consciousness. Arrangements leibiig miade to remove his body to his ce. The funeral solemnities, we. Wmuiderstand,? were to have taken place on .turday. . . CAROLINZA COLLEG.--A friend has ed in d...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 March 1848

Beat t g Beat No. - Archibald H. Thompson. Commissioners of Free School.-Samuel Harvin, L. F. Rhame,.John IL. Ragin, E. B. ",Blackwell, R. S.Meddden. Commissioners of, Roads, Western Board. ,.)Y H. B. Richardson, J. R. Brock, W. A. rek, Thos. W. Briggs, J. L. Felder, Henry 1D. Bathune, J. 11. Tin all, P. M. Butler, Ed -"waid'Broughton, sen., Wim. L. Reynolds, and 'hoinasD. Rhatne. "tEaitem Bo'aid,-James C. Blackwell, E. g iPlowden, S. E. N. Plovden, William T. Brogdon, C. W. Lesesne, A. M. White, J. S. McFadden, J. F. June, R. P. 1-1. Haynsworth, B. Rufus Hodge, J. 11. Montgomery, Charles Lesesne. DEATH OF MR. ADAMS. The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun thus desciribes the closing scene: WASINuGTO, FED. 23-8 P M. - At the time of closing my last despatch, it was evident to those watching by the couch of the venerable patriarch, that the work of death was being brougt to a rapid close. le however, continued to breathe calmly until about 1-2 past0 o'clock, when signs of i...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 March 1848

LAOS, P~V T'A Thesia bshber offers for sale t follov zN Tracts of LAnd, at the following reduce frnces: One Tract aojoinmnt lands of Elias Duran Matilda Durant and John Donalds, in Midd Salem, containing by resurvey 352 acres a One Tract, on Lynche's Creek, known a the Bradley Tract, lying'between English cross roads and Durant's Ferry, adjoinin lands of David Cole and others, containin 80 acres at 0400,. One Tract, on Lynehe's Creek, in Darling ton District, with Durant's Ferry attached t it together with a large now flat, containin 148 acres, at the very reduced price. 0400. One other Tract, on -Hope swamp, adjoir i lands of Wells, Hancock and Wilson, acresmore or less, at One Dollar, an One Dollar and Fifty Cents per acre. The quality of Lynche's Creek lands ar too well known to require any praise or pu fing. Suffice it to say then, that on suc lands as I ain offering at the above reduce prices, I have heretofore made with prop< cultivation and manuring, one bale cotton pc acr...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 March 1848

eie 4 t ab -- o - i..; ' -- ~~'SUMXTERVILLS,$9'. A 518 d-&XE. EM~ PUBLISHED B VBR1U DNESDAY ORNING, S. 'Wi [P J.1FRAN C8. - T El R ' M IS .'I'woDollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty.oent at the expiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end ol the year. a 14paper discontinued until all arrearages aro.paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. , IEAdvertisements inserted at 75 ets. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. . ILTThe-number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. . EOne Dollar per square for a single in sartion, Quarterly and Monthly Advertise rifnnta Will be charged the sanme as a single intiertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ondk - -All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications reconirending Cairli dates for public offices-or trust--or puing Exhibitions,. will be charged as Advertise...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 March 1848

~p AMCA -~ - , *i q .t .L .iaol J .WX .... lip~U~~ Ofi1 OL N T 1;S~]E R IL 0-1 ACLN I AL{~ .10,.1848,L~lx4IAJ~1)~ st4d hi ~YtfWBA NER: PUJBLISED* VE ~EDNESDAY ORNIGyMY J. R A NCI S. - .T RMS1 ti .TloodLoalars in advance, Two Dollars and Fity-ceuts :at the expiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end ol the year. --Naspaper discontinued until all arroarages t4 are epaid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. s ilTAdvertisements inserted at 75 ets. per . square,:(14 lines or less,) for the first and c half .that sum for each subsequent. insertion. 0 iKT he' number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and 0 chaIrged accordingly. - P .One. Dollar per square for a single in- Ii sartion, Quarterly and Monthly AIvertise- I ments will be charged the same as a single' t inbertion, and semi-monthly the same as new % one, All -Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, t anti Communications reconiniending Candi date...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 March 1848

**- --- -- *P--4 -~ ~ ~~- u Ew p.p MO wDuft1~O d~Sqiins t"li a on pall ed. ufltl !-der-40.--d "Ceninud,*a~ ed anungl a t~-iefUl edebedi sitner autq iaons recommendingaanig d trust--or puffing claged sAdvertais p at er. n ~0ln ia;-Eermit sno thr . tbheseiUm Qfhyourpaper lo call the ttention of the..planters of this and therdjdiiig Districts-to-.'the, importance 4WP#i isissippiSorapnri -Having visi 115 A i pfivi* the spring' of 1846, 1 MA %'lby)I 'l'"lpi'rssd with its utility in the .Np bdtfa 1'bured a mod 49 . gt c.. lanter of that State ah und sd thema the pasut rarif:niy plantationiand I can con id ohuaudtheni to the public as diWe f offidient instruments br tiui~i!t ind o'cItton Lhave ever sen, fiihid6'irillar to the dommon 1 j.p l', 1utry, with this ex epp y ml. heavier, the fri , Ich. . square .a the nd~l wi eattperds fastened and the QtIh, eripis irportion, The Sornper is pin -d.a half inches. wide and fourteen Rich 'd' lid WiIth steel on the edge a, harp, and is fastened to th...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 March 1848

B1al dIl 04 Au t ik or Git-rtI ahij ld, 'W t at -aI 5O ti1ke ton oofubimet. ia ohrrd $ub t theindep figsitudebCian t16 A lit. lot~gk~d n~ai,4msihbSp'aniah Goa. hear) They would ~tthe elave tradihi heyodld bit...the slsveraf Cuba6 te N peO.JftfhiicOuitry thought ittight tc spend ?150,000,000 in puttingdown slav, 6ry abd ruining !our -;omohs beaf'dcs, woult i not beochap pblicy totpot ad end athe lavery oir ever by. 6eiz1 g' Cubi ' VheChihcbller of theixcheque But Would.j.ou seize the -brazilitas wely Lo'rd.Bentick said, the case of CUbs sto upon its ownnmerits, and upot-the debtoff $4,000,000 due to British6ub, Setsfri the Spa1nishGovermnebtl-Then dep'endeupon it,when Gret Britin osses sed.the -Havana, as once she did, in 1782 wbensie held it for about a year and then eixchanged it for the FloridaeO and *shm #h6culd cut the trae f America in tio nb More boasts would be heard of what the .nited States could do, such 1i that wjuic Wivas ot long ago uttered by one of hei Iiilitary offio...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 March 1848

pt * pu p . ie re.(P se1-1 0pt gh. 9/kgo dm a th9ora nise A ~ ~prqd~it,yqur y1en atenilant upon _AO In the social condition, and the urerafia intelligence, is the tfuma life. With 'die: in i orhe ee ofh and a tegard for: them, and, airidi *ith the strides of science hav %6tl ed the means of arresting die mask aneftngIts ravages. Ndtwithstan. ding the progess e have made, statistics .. qven now, one sixth of the whole 1i-tion die'annually of consumption. 9 nost iiportant discoveries of ?,, n 'orting the condition- of this large class of sufiering humanity, isDr.'Wis 4 ofWild, Cherry...- What time 'sMGblAWand consecrates, what experience i A li'conifins -hat all men in all e~r saymug as good and valua beis so no doubt. A popularity of this Sd"fiAestinOciety itsb roots so deep and 8 tio hift tinie cannot destroy it. The ggyjhic has. attended this medicine *p*fewrayears past, has overcome the rejudices-of allkespectable and sensible men, d~th r c ite thken a stand among the 'discoveries...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 March 1848

lp di1. Or ja & of fledat6 thres$ ~ aeddega 4esio.aI rg the nc nof~a ** TICLES v cysans .wtrrr.e tmn, A A 4* ms.a INs9o oRiLas. th --gK e: o e A-oNd'ir ArL non CollarsandaBosoins Black silk aand satin Stockiet Sel giesti 4 t o. the Blak ik an tinCrandFait @' aqyr CLqo q4OES,'I Wieloandatin da i Black silkdstin Goes . Blcksiand sain Cdo., Cor. do tr ado do., 'Silka atin Sear, Caicto and lam' P oo sonkc is, Silk and merksinGUndeshit, n rwr Vla'nnel, Sevi ado. Beln o slk fan nehread En.hcsi o Siiervaltho usderrcs, Rlaing sundoey-es, .Drnel, Govi ande d, Trer ts,Valisos andl aret Bags, Silk and ham Umbrellas, Cos Brushes, rfumery, &c., &c.,dec. ] Das Water-Pro Cap, Coats, Cloaks, 'usdios0 and ".G; "LIFEUA E E RV RS. "Th".isipe'rfority of the, wvorkinansnip of. the' above. Garnients is unparalelledi in this or. elan c atin She Union. ll.orders filled with promptness and di'dteli n thi most reasonable tcrm-and 9ill ods Warrantedor no Sale WV.A. 'KENT '& MITCHIELL, I)Keeps ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 March 1848

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Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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