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lence with his Vq
their tears, yet
Re4oled, That.a - W" a
bee to hJs, athoi
.o th6M 1et
the red bnit nas
the Ohancellor.at the ixt session 1he
Vpurt of Equity with a . -
oA. Ce8? Okiaratn.
C. J. L2 L, it was re.
1b7 c 'i of'thii meeting
be ubl Me 'B n t' Colum
Mr. Qith W. FOU al T i.
are thd-iweUol~fEfto tit vI usfu
ard%%ighI edicine calle4Wistar's
Balsam. of WlldC ber. 'Allow' me to, in.
form you, air,-"- id dthatimedicine
in 'nyfinily.with dejidlsucess.
a in ami dies. -ast fall
lay wifewaiir c d. a very bad
onP . I cons i piian who visited
L f0 p bdsine i idicime, which did
6t tia1 ber cough. At last Aib otdered
IL WIS 'S 3ALSAM"OP WILD
H ERIY. ~Inaied y procued aottle
of your ageisutn thira ilee, MriDaniel W.
Dot; shetook iilt' ee cough en
tirely. Dutinig "' iiter1 Thixa fever ly
self,-which let me veryweak, nd:ffeeble; I
was obliged, -however, to'take two bottles be
fore I.s " ntire well. All who have had
Colds, ievver Co ^h or diseased Lungs, I
woula'advisa to r
DR. WIST'AR? ALSAM OI'WILD
CHERRY. at oncO.
Signed, DAVID AYERS.
I am personallifacquaintedwtithMr. Ayers
and beliee his itatement to be the, and-en
titled to the cofifidonceof the public.
- :*t't 1 , *~ e by
'Vr. OSCAa HAIUS.
Pastor ..of the et Presbyterian chkmh,
None genuie, fir:ih%'s 'ikid'I . BUTTS
on the wrapper. For sale in Sumterville, by
Dr. . I LLER, at the Drug Store; and
qy Druggists generally in South Carolina.
-MARRIED-On the 5th October by the
Hon. T.G. McCrary, Mr. STEPnEN L. iA NKs,
(family of Sumter 'District, S. C,) to Miss
Caroline E only daughter of Z.S. Stajlifer
Esq. all of Harris County Ga.
In pursuance of an Act of the Legislature
passed in December, A.D. 1839, an Election
for Sheriff and Ordinary for Sumter District,
will take place at the usual places of Election
in said District on the second Monday in Jan
uary next, being the~tenth day of said month.
J. D. JONES, c. c. r. s.
Oct. 27. 1847. 1 lot
TO TIlE- PLA"4TERS.. OF SUMTER
The subicriber having recently had erec
ted on hi -plantation, one of Provost's Patent
swinging.. Fulcra .Cotton Presses, and with
which he'is well oleasid, and believing it to
be far s.uperior to lie S6rew or any thing now
in use forCotton Packing,. purposes-he has
purchased the right of said Press for Samnter
District. This Press has be' in successfi
operation for three years. In regard to the
convenience of the Press, It can be attached
to the Gin-house, and sheltered all under one
roof. It is well calculated to press from four
hundred and fifty to five hundred pounds of
Cotton in four and a half yards Bagging, and
that with one mule. The workmanship of the
Press is quits simple--takes munch less timi
ber than that of a screw, and can be built in
one-third of the time, and can be raised in
three or four hours with seven hands without
. any danger whatever.' The undersigned begs
leave to inform the public that he has work
men now ready to attend the building of the
*Press: Price fifty dollars,.they furnisintg
timbers and materials.
Piersons wishing to build their own Press
will be furnished with a bill of timbers, and
dimentiona $dor. twventy dollars, (920.) Me
chanics wishirfg'to enter intco the busiineess,
can. have byv one hnndred dollars (8100,)
worth at 815 per, Right. Any further infor
mnatoi nwanting, appl to the undersigned at
Ffiguadship P. 0., Smter Distit B. C.
JAMES B. TfliDAL.
'"Nov.-84, ...~ , tf
Thbe .wucriber placed into hand, on Sun.
dayth~e 22~d August, last, a letter enclosinig
'aOneJlunzdred Doller'Bill of the Bank of
the State of South Carolina. The Bill h ad
been tora in two and either pinned togeih.ar
er pasted. In the same Letter was enclosed
an eecuttion on Thomas Boone on which man
assignment was made by him to John HI.li1v.~
in; also an account of'McD uncan against
John H. Dixin for 8175 of which account was
receipied by McDuncan. The lettalr wvas
sealed and directed to John II. Dixin Blish-sr.,
yille. The money andpapers wore enclosed
Ia the presence-of W. T. Spann and Sw ep-.
'son Sanders, and delivered to Swepson Sana
ders irn the presence of William t1. Spanut,
with particular charge to Swepson Sander e
not to ioose the 'letter and contents an i I
charged him several times in the presence of
W. T.Spann, to be very careful of the letter,
which he promised faithfully to doeliver to J.
HI. Dixon. It is said the letter was lost by
tSwepson Sanders on his way from his father'su
to John H. Dixons. All the Banks and indhi.
'viduals who ma receive a Bill of said dle.
scription, wilrl'ease investigate when thai
person received the Bill. I would give a
seasonable Reward for the money and papers,
aand will give the whole of the money if a
dis~coyery js made that the letter was broke n
.ppee and the money taken from it; for I am
*determined to bring the person guilty to such
pimnishufent as the laws of South Carolina
provide. in such bases.
WM. H. BOWEJN.
SSept.l4, 1847. - 1 3t
LADIES' FNCY STORE I
The subscribers have just opened a hand.
some assortment of Fancy Millinery Goods:
consisting of the latest styles of Bonnets
*ad .Flowers; Plaid and Ombra Shaded
S.ibbons. Also, a handsome assortment of
Dress Goods: consisting of Plaids, Plain an~d
Figured Silks, Tarlton Plaids and Raw Silks.
They thank -the public for their past pa
tgoag~e and-solicits a continuance..
- ' Dtesis-making done in the latest styles.
HULBURT & LANAGAN.
Q btober 27th. 1847.~ 52 3t
fhERse-, f. i. ha app 4
to &d foi .olf f initratin -on all
and "siq-gulk e e and' bttels, rigt
and ciedits of Qlinoler, lat ef ef
District aforesaidt decea.s
These are, there to cite and a''oish
alliand singulari and cei'i'o
the said d , , a. r be foeme
to une x Coirt t in said Dis.
tan bil ien at Sumter"Cout H use on
Fday, the12th day of N ovaembe14 to
1hew cause, if agy, why the sad administia
tion should not be grantedp
.Given under my Hand and Sefo tiais
2dth d of tober in the y of
[.. s.] our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and forty-seven, and in the 71st year of
V. -Izwwf 0-. D V.
The subscribers respectfully inform -the
inhabitants of Suimterville" and Vicinity, thiat
they are about opening a.W AERY, to com
mence on Monday, No 'ir lst, fo r sup
glyinf Bread, Biscuits siadCakes of every
bi.. ies wi sitin. -b, sqved with 'iead
every morning wil pleaiea '- thelkodwris
atA. Loryea's store.
The subscribers hoping that by strict at.
tention, good quality and punctuality, to so
licit the patrewage of tier public.
Fresh Bread eYery morning, and Fresh
Qvakes-of every dea'cription by '1 O'clock eve
ry evcning. .
. A. LORYEA.
J. B. DALUISON.
N. B.-Orders pupctually attended to.
Oct. 27, 1847. 52 6m
The subscriber,. thankful for past favors
begs leave to inform hisfriends and the public
generally that he has just received a full as
sortmnent of French and English - Cloths,
Cassimers and Vestings. Also, Gloves, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs and suspenders.
- Mechanics Association.
The first Quarterly Meeting of -the Me
chanics Association, will be held at the Old
Methoqist Church on Thursday, 4th Novem
ber Pex. The Mechanics -of the District
are mv oWdatt.d.
. A. CONWAY, ecretary.
Oct.20, 1847. 2t
'*e subscriber would respectfully haform
the citizens of Sumterville .and vicint, that
lie is now receiving and openin his FA LL
STOCK of Goods, consisting 'of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery
and Croekery; Boot, and shoes; Ifats and
Caps, 5 ~ A. LORYEA.
Oct. 20, 1847. 41 tf
A CURE FOR
H A RD TI MES8!!!
SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH.
Tnz subscriber is now receiving a large and
general assortment of New Good; viz:
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery,
Carpenters Tools, Crockory Shoes and
Boots, Hats, Caps and Bonnets;
RE ADY MADE CI;OT1HJNQ.
Coats, Vests, Pants, Shirts, Fine Black Cloaks~
&c. &c.; Candles assorted;
BAGGING AND ICOPR;
Tobacco, segars, &c.
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c.; and also, a se
lected-lotof Italian Violin and Guitar strings,
and a great man Fancy -'Atideo too tedious
to mention. All of which, will be sold Ibw
L. B. HANKS.
Octobr 20, Opposite China's Hotel.
Otbr2,1847, 22 tf
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
Near Providence and Bradford Springs.
The subscriber oflbrs his Plantation, betwveen
Providence and Bradford Springs, for sale.
It contains E~leven Hundred and Fifty
(1150) acreu; about 250 cleared; the rest
well timbered. A good dwollinq-House and
the. necessary plantation build nge. This
place combines, in an eminent degree, the
advantages of health, godland, and good
water. A purchaser ndgt "go further and
-Sept. 29, 1847.. 48 nt
e -is - n
o F GOODS
y W ..Persona..M4
av o ne,,Are respectfully t-e
riveh ,betes purnhhei le hose,
ahe' t4 give ge
4 . "
HOP E&, n i. 'Ce
Warble Works'?,will 'M mr 5
5u ile, duringthert*i~t e,
ter whenl, who ri, wN .
rtunify of;proc ri ngnark
e resting pieceof ad1 .; ii ' ye
iding in the townorsvicinity, aoay d.
sire. to examine his Dra*ings, and pices at
heir residpnce, .wijl -be qec. md ated bi
eaviig a written request to'thata bst'at he
Post oice, Sumnteryle,'eviut
Oct. 2(, 1847.- ,g i -
The creditor. of Jonathan ille e
Intitlid to a dividend of th
:h him for the blnbfit o W .are
e y notified that a diVide o id proa
.y wlllbe declared-en Mo 6hy.U of
anuary bext, at hIarli n Court House.
a RLI Assiaee.
Oobr5tho 1847. .51 *2t
I have just keeeived and sirn nov bpeifng
a very large assortnient of every description
Af Goods, comprisipg Day Go 'dsGroceries,
1-Irdware, Cutleay, ad 14'r 'rockery,
Drugs, Paints, 'Oils, Cairrisi mings,
Shoes and Boots, Hats .and? Cop,'bonnets;
Reidy-made clothing,. Coiper'# ware and
Carron ware, and a variety of otheW atticles
riot to be found in any other stor& in' ihe place.
The subscriber having laid in his Fll stock
with a view to the purcRase of Colaln duri
the Business season, would ripectfully ca
Lte attention of thq 'Public to the sai*' He
Will give thle Aighest market pnice-fe'cotton
Wf 6ther country produce in Cash or Barter.
A. J.' MOSES.'
umterviller.Oct. 13, 1847. t
Persons havinsr demands aaim.
Drake, deceased# am retpzested t present
them properly attested; and --hose ,idebted,
to make payment to the subscriber.
ALEX. NORRIS, Atmi'r.
Oct. 13'1847. 0.. 0 .8
I' e subscriber has jtut fturned from
1.the North with atull'nd welf selected
stock of CLOCKS,' WATCHES,. and all
kind of JEWELRY. ' Also, PISTOLS, Fine
CUTLERY, P9RFUMERYj TOYS and
Knick Kiackeriea of every-des&iption.
The above stock'is the' t thatshas
iver been offered.in Sumi Has been
enlected with gregt .care, 'nd d inot fail to
Purchosers may expect tolid great bar.
rains for Cash.
The subscriber returns his greatful ac
knowledgmuents for past favors, and solicits a
renewal of patronage.
Sumterville, Sept.14, 1847. 40 ly
N. B.-Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired as usual.-.
250 pounds North Carolina macon, for sale
by DICKSON & LATTA.
One Hundred Thousand'Extra Large size
or sale at &ren Dollars per Thousand, by
Oct. 13. A. .1. -MOSES.
Persons having demands aznst Mrs. Nan.
ay Rees, deceased, are tsted to present
tem properly attestea tkne-indebted te
ruake paymnt to the stibscriber .
.ALEX. NQAIJJ .Executor.
. The subscribes having tait possession of
the personalEstate of Benjamina R. odge,
deceased, as derelict.- !Bhe creditors of said
leceased,-will therefore hand their demand.
to me for payment.-'
WV. LEWIS,. 0. 8. D.
Sept. 8, 1847. ' 40 tf
Bog leave to inform. their friends and the
public generally that they have just received
from New York *and Philadelphia--and will
sell on rig reasonable terms.as they can be
obtained any where in this msirket-.-a large
and splendlid assortment of
FAN Y AND ST1 APLR -DRYGOODS,~
suitable for the Fall T1rade, consistin ci
Muslin., Cambrics, Calicoes, Linen,, Sirt.
ings, Shfeetings . and H-omnespuzns ; Broad.
cloths, Satinets, Tweeds and Joan,, Negre
cloths, JBlankcets, &c, of evey description--.
Also, a larg ,ssortmeantW ~ts ani Caps,
Boots and shoes, Stationery- SaddleyBg
ng oeand Twmne~ Iardware. Cutlery,
ruacies, &c, c. the gnost approve
riaiy sons wihinel't U make purcha.
themselves, ~ .. i xmn o
Sept. 20, 1847. -. 47. tf
An excellent and wall dIhibbed PIANO in
perfect order. Also,'ai first -rate SULKEY
AND H ARtNE88 of .Reynold's make, ver
little used. Thle terms will be liberal asa
accommnodatidfg.. Apply, to
SlM TERMVL LE, S. C.
Oflce 2 doors North of the Court House.
SEED 1E AND OATS.
North Carolina seed Rye and seed Oats for
aale by DICKSON & LATTA..
Oct. 13. 1847. - n 0 e
-'of Tivoollecok o
v of Clre nlge
Tax mo at loa
1ive a ,ad staple aid fan
oy Dry,Goode par
MAno Angbla, Lambs wool, 1 At
Cishmere and Worsted Hose
Black, white anI color ed i
of every dewion teed
A full asotment of Silk, and S
Hesiry :Meriino,.Lambs w64 edpia
ipaob, Germangon and silk shii-te
Pants for Ladies and Gentlemei ;
Fall Glovesof everydescription;
Silk and spun silk Gloves,
Ladies and -Gealmen'u' best PAN
Gicwenu . . - .
White Muslin and dCavrnics
Book, Mull, Nan-sook, Bishop's Lawn
Strip'd and check'd Books, plain, strip'd a
Check'd Jaconets and ambries, cmk
Lawns, Lappets and stripes
Collars chemozettes, Habit shirts, Robesm'
Insertings and Edgingr aargaaseuoizez
Laces and Lacegods.
Of every descriptionJfand new;st atyleI
French Merino 4N
Of tJr varis and aest d" of cobor of
Silks and-Fany 1goods,
Embracing every variety of plain and fgure'd
Blackwatered, colored and changeable silks.
Of every descrion, lain plaid and fgured
Cashnerw ad Mouse, DeLaines:
* ,Particulair atntion. is requeited to a few
Richly Erbroiderbd ashmeres,
And Mon ew laes debidl - tfie richest
and most beantifu goodof' ' season. ,
Also a large assortument of Velvtf iinand
Fringes. and Gimp Tri
Of 'every description and the nowestxtjeW
.Of all kinds and qualities including Milk,
Broche, Thibet, CahmerenTurkeri &c. &c:
Together with a fewi Canton Crape Shawls,
from $15 to 060.
Silk and Woollen Plaids.
Black and colored Silk velvets, Frenchux4
French, English and Amrican Prints.
Viz: Linen and cotton sheetings, of all the
various widths and qualities, shirtin linens
of the most approved nmake and fiih:
Damask. per yard, Damask Table cloths
English and A'rican Logcloth shirtings
Marseils Qlts, Furtitre Dimity:
American and 2Ornan white and colored
cotton worsted Fringes: Huckabak and
Dowlas. Towells and Towelling &c.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings,
In the gasatest variety and most approvee
Satinet4 Tweeds, Ketituky
JIANS, of all colors qualities ans .
Apron Checks and Linseys.
A variety of Servants handkerchiefs, also
*Giun and fine Madras Handkerchiefs.
'A ful assartment of Silk and Linen Cam-.
~brick Handkerchiefs. A very extensive as.
I sortment of
White and Red Flannels,
including fine Welch~and Gause Flannels
Red, Blue and Green Blanikets,
Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Northern and
.Georgia Pfains of every .description.
9,.10fN,-12, and 13 1.4 M kinaw, Whi
tney and B~hBlankets, 'inlqding some
of ne Sct over imp'te.
Bed Trickinigs, Bleached and
Brown Drillings,,of every' description:.
Blue denim,, Burlap and Russia sheetin
Furniture Prints, Qilt bordering,. Qsi
patch work &c. &c. &c.
Of every description. Thread; Spool eettong
Needles, Pins, &c. &c.
Linen Shirts and Shirt Collars,
Stocks, Suspenders, Cravats &c. &w.&Sc.
.In rear of -the main Store on King street,
asalargewolsale roonw cntain alait
suppl of Stale Dry Goods, wel woty
chaers uinevery class of country pur
The above Goods were selected ln Newr
York by he ropritor with unusual care and
attntin,.ndareo~bedat the lowest mar
kat prices,.withoutfest of tompetition.
Crieto,,Oct, J.gy 4. 51 gw
Fabhienable,- aM~ and irng Et.
tablishlaen and. ever var of GenQ
menu' Outfttingos i.4e direct frotn
-March 10. 1617. 10 'if
B E in .u t t h -...
.ks *:et Reactign. W'.
ids - a h n
nny on~ any treanWt rf hr
ILn Raft t e
dred a R~I Leqg2'y d
-he biriprt havhlrg,.uua rQ
la Ro"' -B kin'%
kiss' -Verti, Racin~ihd
Milland otb4 am er .nrmiand
weCd thernfM 1 iaa n iso the
Antasfctio r ohae4en them, Iubw '
d e tein adacityl 6 ay filour
inery on any other.olin ftione' tird -
wade,- on very fitnborl's wililyI by
tter-tolehdi I-illne ppu) whe-it;
Se pt 1, 4874 * 3 8m
.Th subscri OFer a
dred atre.' a e e tie nte
in goodr , eroniol te
near the Cadda vu t ~eSuth Car.
olina D~i fa~m~gf o Bkin'
oprer mi and
twlef~ikC~uiden.. On -the premises is -a.
comafort*~fe d~afting. and -all , necessary out
bui It hus fin- water, d i of unt
ceptoal heidthi. For infi "tio~n by let
tE the subscriber at Camfdit.
Sept.1. * 48.'~
cmenw be a iti aero rsaA
as aPublic ied ;anin g n d
the terilleon ony atn 6 .
MariGTON ANDC. GH 0 meD&a
t P. M. .
vI'E GP & T AG S
ITM1 subscriber-beg Meaye to iri~le
Public that, rionday, 4th Octobet,aell
on thiie fomwrningtyn, v il
bu oe nghuim merville.-o das te4tag
leavexsurife on Wednesday aia morn
Mng aniiairives-at Darlign C.m for tai~d
LveDrutetnl bC.uplie on h at are:
A.l DLaarivgase at autendl acmeortable
bTe niharlesuteCour. ans Cthem Stg
uaetot ubls bne-aphe we th una are
aned send their acEGwpl to this opes for pia.ry
HIBR~UOEER & O
ArO~heO receivirnjffrom the -wh ~r
large and splendid assortment of 8ea4 -l
Goods, .conti n.in part of, Clo
meres &ttinet Vstins Lrien7 fras
Cravats and - ck-pan, fgd trp
ed Alp ccand'-othlet disfrbl a~ for
Ladet'reseAsospleidit variety of
'palicoeg and Chmtzes, an ~ vet'y biest and*
boveGoos hve eenselected with -
teeatet care, expres ly fo th . Crmdein
most advtageous terms(or dashi,] will be
pold at a very.smal.advmnoe on the Northeru a
- lsmkLafa ock'ogf
Hdsdeute,, Groceries, B pruij Rope
Twine, Bfait ad'Shoes. **
'Tbe sulscriber, havin made urag~~ ts
taButcheruduring thepeaitso IIap.
yly the 8unlterydlle ~t thMe $ pert*2 '
weak-or every da if he can ti slb .
siderable zxiente to enable hlin t'accomno-.
date hi. lriendi in tisma erand hopewtlhere.
fore that theyawill giv~hIu ~rar age.
Sadmtextile, uly 21, 1 38 tg.
AvedbyWW nj tont
einmn~ton, Crrand Oandids,
neh~an Anercan Rck-d riNut*,
Filberts .and Almonds.- Finits. oc61eddal,
a*i D1C2O1 - T