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LAOS, P~V T'A
Thesia bshber offers for sale t follov
zN Tracts of LAnd, at the following reduce
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.
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
U-I am also the Agent to sell several othc
large bodies of Lands in a high state of cu
tivation and improvement; wiich are offere
at the small sum of $3 per acre.
Terms are made to suit purchasers; an
length of time given that is at all reasonabli
J. 1) ASIMORE,
Agcnt of Martha Ashmore.
Nov. 25, 1847. 5 Iamtf
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'
There are few cases of chronic and painfu
Rheumatism that will not yield to the inflt
ence of Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
duly persevered, especially if taken in cor
junction with Ilydr. of Potash, times calle
Mercurial Rheumatism (violent pains in th
bones, &c.,) resulting froin the inercury take
by patients during severe fevers and othc
It is highly recommended for all disease
of the skin, chronic as well as recent. On
bottle will, in imiost instances, eflectualy re
move all pimples, postules, or blotches on th
face, to wich young persons in this climat
are so much subjected to. arising either fro:
impurity of the blood or debility. It is tb
best remedy known for scrofulous atfection
sores, and breakings out in young childre
and is safe and etlicacious in removing' cr entir
ly every trace of hereditary diseases from tbl
system in the tenderest in fant ; in fact in all ct
taneous affections it is invaluable. As a gen
eral purifier of the blood, and an eradicator c
all obstinate diseases this preparation will ur
doubtedly take the precedence of all other rc
medics. It gently operates upon and reg
ulates the bowels, restores to the blood it
wonted purity, gives tune to the stomach, an
It will effectually relieve Erysapelas ere
in its worst stages, and all persons sufTerin
from this distressing complaint are advised t
use it, first so, but if no marked relief be foint
after taking ono bottle, it will be necessar
to use the I lydriodated Potash with it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as
done in the case of all quack medicines of th
day, to effect their sale, and so force them up
on the public, the subscriber begs leave t
state that this preparation has been prescribe
and used by a number of Phvsicians and Plan
ters of our city and neighliborhood, with gre
success, viz: Dr. 11. R?. Frost, Dr. W. (
Ramsay, Dr. Thos. Y. Simmons, Dr. C. (
Pritchard, Mr. S. Legare, Lieut. Wilson, U
S. I. S., all of this city, Dr. James Stone)
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes, Stiumter. &c.
For the conposition of this preparat i
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen'
Delight, P'hysicians are resperfually refered
the 5th and 6th Nos. Vol. 1, of the "Souther
Journal oaf Medicine and lPharmnacy."'
Price $1 paer bottle, or $5 for 0 do. Th'l
same prep~aration as a Syrup, is also parepare
at $1 per quart bottle, or $5 pter (6 bottle
Prepared by J1. PFCTI-:R M. E-'lPING,
JKemist and D~ruggist, King.-si.
C'harleton, .S. C
For sale in Suemerr ille hiy the A genI,
ITTThe subscriber will receive negroes h
boring uder any of the above mentioned dhie
eases, even the umnost hopaleless anid ob~stinat
cases, on treatinient; or those piersonsS havin,
unsound negroes, amnd nt wishing to ic
the exp~ense attendanit onm such treatinen
and are willing to diispose of themi with thm
view of seeing thenm cured, will find a pmt
chaser in the subscriber, who is willingt
give a fair parice foar such.
March 31, 18417. . 22 ly
FU R.NITU RE.
Just received a fine assoritment of cur
maple and fancy sitting and Rocking chair,
cane and wood seats; together ithd a fin
assortmaent of F'urnmiture, such as
Sofas, Book Cases,
Wardrobes, Re-steads, Fanc;
and Plaini Dressing Bureaus,
&c. &c. & c.
For sale cheap for cash or good~a paper.
.1. F. SUTlIIERLAND.
Camden, Jun 10, 15-18. 11 t f
NEW FALL G0098 AT Til
M. DRIUOK ER & 00
Are inw reeiving fromn the North, a ver
large and splenudid assoirtmaent of Neasonaabl
Goods, contisting ini part of, Cloths, CJassi
meres, .Satt inets Vestis in nen, , Xcarfa
Cravats and Stocks-plain, figured andl striji
ed Alpaccas, and other des:irable G oods ft
Ladies' Dresses; Also, a splenadidl variety<
Calicoes and Chintz'es, anda the very best ani
chmeapcet. assortimnt of Bleached and Brow
Muslins in the To'awn.
The above Good~as have been selected wit
the gre~atest carel expressly for the Crmdek
Markot, and h aavintg been putrch~ased on th~
most advatageons termas [fo'r cash, wvill b
sold at a very small advance on the 'oarther
A iso-A ImgeL~r Niock of .
Hlardware, (Groceries, Bagging Rop<
Twine, Boots and Shoes.
Virgini Rye Whiskey!.
Fine Virginia Rye whiskey, vintage c
1830, for sale at S 1.50h by
DICKSON & LA TTA.
Camden, Jani. 10, 1818.
N. CA ROLINA BACON.
9500 pounds North Carolinma Bacon, for sali
by tlDJCISON & L1ATTA
M 'CIA)LESTON STORE.
DICKSON & LATTA would respectful
ly inform their friends and costomers thatthey
have-removed from their old stand to their
A new Brick Store above- the Camden Bank,
and have on band, and are receiving constant.
5 ly, a vew' and full assortment of choice and
a select Groceries, which they offer FOR
9 CA SH, at a small advance on Charleston
2 barrels Cranberries; 2do Oranges
2 do Northern Apples
North Carolina do. Just receved by
Feb. 5, DICKSON & LATTA.
j Goshen and Fresh Butter.
2 firkins Goshen Butter; fine country do.
1 For sale by
Feb. 5, DICKSON & LATTA.
Fresh Buck Wheat Flour.
r Quarter and eighth barrels Buckwheat Flour
r For sale by
Feb. 5. DICKSON 4 LATi TA.
Harns, smuoked an(d pickled
Half bble. Fulton market pickled Beef
y do do do do do Tongues
Smoked Beef, choices pieces
3 casks New York Pig Ilam. For sale by
Feb. 5. DICKSON 4-LATTA.
ALUM, ROCK AND SACK SALT,
Kept constantly on hand by
Feb.5. DICKSON 4- LATTA.
- 2 boxes Congress water, quarts and pints
f Just received,
- et.5, DICKSON 4- LA T'TA.
Bacon and Lard.
North Carolina Bacon
r Leaf Lard in barrel and kegs, for sale by
scb. 5. DICKSON 4- LATTA.
Mocha and Old Java Coffiee,
Teas, Chocolate, Cocoa, best. and connoni
loaf, crashed, clarified and Havana, and brown
Sugars. Also--All kinds of Spices, whole
and ground, iao pcs hl
DICKSON & LATTA.
Ilaans, &c. &c.
1 cask Reynods' Hams
1 " Lacock's do
Smoked Beef, choice pieces
Bologna Sausage, fresh. Just received by
)MCKSON & LATTA.
Fresh Raisins and Prunes,
I Boxes Layer Raisins
30 " - Prunes, in fancy boxes
I 20 drums Turkey Figs, in prime order
7 1 bale soft shell Almonds
o 100 lbs. selected candies.
y Soda, butter, and a variet7 of other crack
ers. DICKSON & LATTA.
Tatnarinds in syrup.
- Retailed by the Iond, by
DICKSON & LATTA.
(tu.i and N. Carolina Flour,
Canal Flour, "Extra," in-barrels and 1-2 bls.
North Carolina Flour, from new wheat
, Canal Flour. Just received by
DICKSON & LATTA,
1 door North Camdien Bank:
Fruit ! Fruit ! !
Fine large Oranges; Fresh Lemons; Ap..
les, &c. &c.
Citron ; Currants ; Candies ; French and~
American Rock do., Brazil Nuts, Filberts
and AhInonds. .luist received per steanmer
DecKalb, and fo~r sale by
Jan 10, 18418. D)ICKSON & LATTrA.
.(Iider', Ale, Porter', &c.
..6boxes New Ark Cider; 6 boxes Claret
2 casks Losndo n P ale Ale
,2 do Philadelphia d14 do
'r 2 (d0o Loundonm Porter, in quarts anmd pints
,10 baskets Champagne, favorite brands
2 boxes Ifine lemon syrup
.. 3 " common do) do
, Strawb'erry, RIaspbecrry and Pine Apple syrup
DICKSON & LAT1T.
- Cheese, Cheese.
:i dozenm rich imitation English cheese,
- :j do boxes Ilatch and WVinchaester's('cheese
, mild and rich, weighing 6 to 8 ons
e 2 doz,ZIng ilishi Dairy (10
iDICKSON & LATTrA,
Soaps, &c. &c.
Toilet Soap~s, Casteel do.; TJoilet Powder,
finely sented, superior Pearl Starch, Yeast
Powder, Rose W~ater, &c. &c.
Di)CKSON & LATT"[A.
Picled Sainsuon, Mackercil,
Lochmfine he rring, &c. '
3 barrels pickled SA LMON D) No. 1
2 do AIACKERtEL (10 1
2 half (10 (do d1 1
3 <pu'r do do0 do 1
5 doi d0 (10 do 2
y Whole and half kits (10 (d4 1 & 2i
Quarter btarrels Fulton Market Pickled'
. Kits I 4Lmhine Ilierrings
r [I7 Sahnon and Mackerel retailed by thme
r sinmgle one.
I Sept. 20. D)ICKSON & L.ATTIA.
P'reserves and Pickles.
East and( West Indmeia Preserves, in
jurs of all sizes. Also,
Pickles, in halIf gansllon, gnamirts andl
pinot .oars, Ca pers, Frenm~ch andl Spaniiishs
Olives, Ketchup mind Sances, received( (
by wagon from Gadson.
DICKSON & LA TTA.
Best witier strained sperm, solar anmd traini
Oil, for sale by DICKSON & LATT"1A.
SEEl) RYE AND) OATS. j'
North Carolina seed Rye and seed Oats for I
sale by DICKSON & LATT'IA.
Oct. 13. 1417. n0 ne
ptgrBmp vo 6wried
Barrels crushd- wdered- do.
Fine old Java , 4tio do. In
Sperm candles, For sale low by Vii
S. B. LEVY. Per
Feb. 13. To
"A few more of the same Sort
50 Gold Leaf segars
5000 Charleston,. do
Cubrey Butterfly, do
Pressed Esperango Regalia do.
Thomas' sup. chewing Tobacco.
Tobacco of various brands, some low pri
Half Spanish segars. Just received by
Feb. 13, S. B. LEVY. -
Baskets Champaigne, "Bollinger"
do do pints, "Bollinger"
do eo "Bouche"
Casks Porter, quarts and pints lea
do Ale. Wines and Liquors of all fic
qualities. Just received by
Feb 13 S. B. LEVY.
West India Preserved gin'er; West India sol
preserved pine Apples; limes, peaches, plums for
and cherries. F resh prunes, currants, citron cai
and lemons. For sale by of
Feb 13 S. B. LEVY.
Rasins, Figs and Apples.
1-4 and 1-2 boxes Raisins; Drums Figs
Barrels Northern Apples; Box Lemons, w<
Also-A fresh supply of candies. Just Cre
received by 8. B. LEVY. ac
Camden, S. C., Feb. 16, 1847. 3 tf
The subscribers beg leave to inform their soi
frends and the public generally, that they
have entered into copartnership under the -
firm of CONVAY & WINN, for the pur
pose of carrying on the Tailoring business. TlI
They have taken the New Building next vil
door below China's hlotel They intend El
keeping a general assortment of Cloths, Cas- Pt
sineres, Vestings and Trinunings, and hope Bc
by strict attention to business to nierit a con
tinuance of the patronage heretofore so liber- on
ally extended to them. Dt
A. CONWAY, D
D. J. WINN.
January 1848. 12 tf
GARDEN SEE DS.
The subscribers ofTer for sale a very large fi
and general assortment of Garden seed thi;
comprising one hundred and fifty varieties. un
Catalogue iay be seen at the store. vi
A. J. & P. MOSES. pit
SOUTl-CAILOLINA---SUM31TER DIST. Siv
IN THE CoMi1oN M1.EAs. Gr
Samuel J. Young & Co. vs. Mendal Smith bu
Whereas Mendal Smith, who is in the cus- hel
tody of t- sheriff of Sumter District by vir
u of a surrender by his bail in the above
stated case, has tiled in my office his pe'tition, 4
praying for the benefit of the Act of the Ge(n
eral Assembly for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors, toveth er with a schedule of his Es
tate and e ects:
Notice is hereby given, to the said Samuel
J. Young & Co., and all other creditors of the
said Mendal Smith to be aid appear before
the associate Judges of the said Nate at the H
Court of Common Pleas for Suniter Distrfet,
to be held on the first Monday after the fourth
Monday in March next. to shew cause,,if any
they can why the estate and effects of the
said Mndal Smith should not be assigned
and hie be discharged according to the provis..
ions of the Act of the General Assemibly for
thre relief of Insolvent D~ebtors.
J. D. JON ES, c. c. c. r.
Clerk's oflice, Sum. Dist.
Dec. 13th, 1847. ? 3m
SOUTHl CAROLINA--SUMTER D IST, an
Elijah Reynolds )Declaraion in At- vai
vs. tachmnent in Assum.. Ri
Isaac D. Whitworth. ) sit. p
Whereas the lPiainttff in the above stated ."'i
case having this (lay filed his Declaration '"iJ
against the D~efemndant, wvho is absent from to
and without the limits of the State, (as it is is
said) and having neither wife nor Attorney ad
known, upon01 whomi a copy of' the above De- al
claration, with a rule to plead thereto, may be of
served : It is therefore iln pursuance of the at
Acts of the General Assembly of the State ~v
in such cases mrade arid provided, Ordered thn
that the Defendant do pleadi thereto on or be. eit
fore the eighteenth day of Junie, A. D., 1848,
otherwise final ad absolute judgemnent will
be then given anid awardled against him. Cr
Office Coim. P'leas, Sumter Dist., Sa
17th J1unec, 1847.&
J. D. JONES, c. c. c. r.
June 23. ($6.) 34 qflfyd
The suibscriber respectfully informs the
imbhabitanits of Sumaterville and vicinity, that s
he has opened a 1lAKFEltY, for the purpose kir
of suipplymg~ Jread, Biscuits and Cakes of CI
every (escriptio~n, at Charleston prices. K
Famiilies wishing to be served with Bread
every morning will pleaise leave their orders
at the store formerly occup>ied by C. M' Lean. srt
Trhe subscriber trumsts, l,y strict attention,
and ptunctuality, to solicit the patronage of
the putblic. g
Fresh Bread every morning, and Fresh
Cakes of every description by 3 O'clock eve- kn
ry evning.JOHIN CIIINA, Jn. rei
N. B.-Orders punctually attended to.
D)ec. 29, 1817. '52 6m
J. L. HAYNSWORTH,
SUMTER ViLLE, S. C.
OriEON noon Sourn, or vinE Dico S-rona.
Ri S Co O Nl M N D A Tr I ON.
\Ve resp.crfulty dlesire to recommndi Mr.
JAMrs L. lhAV sswonern, as a skilful and thor- tal
ottghly quralied operator in his profi~ssinn, anid "
fud enitledl to thei conifidenice of the comimu-i
nity at large. lieI has been outr puilh f(br the
last vunrWA: Vnans, a'nd hias with persevering in.
dmistry, profited hiv all the. ample op'porttunities
wvhich otur estblifichmnt in Colui-lia anlerded.
BI-lANDfING & UtEYNOLDS.
Cunmhia, May 18.15. 20 lv cal
North Carolina Bacon ern
Leaf Lard, in barrel and kegs for sale by Ca
DICKSON &LATTA. Dr
C-imden. R. C. Saet. 20n184 r,.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL
Jo. 207 KING-STREET, BEZ.0W THE BEND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
7road-street, nearly opposite Masonic Hall,
- CAMDEN, S. C.
Has received in addition to the former ex
ensive stock, by late arrivals from Europe
and the Northern cities, a large and well se
ected stock of
Chemicals, Perfumery and
The Proprietor now ofibrs one of the most
:omplete stocks of French, German and
%merican Drugs, Chemicals, valuable Fami
y Medicines, Perfumery, &c., Soaps, Brush
.s, Combs and other Fancy and Miscellane
mus Articles in this country.
Attention is solicited to the following pre
Peters', Beckwith's, Lee's and Spencer's Bil
[looper's Genuine Pills;
Jul l's, Chase's and Marsh's single and dou
[inses' improved Domestic Instrument, or
Enema A pparatus;
Vursing Bottles and Tubes;
Nipple Shields, and Shells and Breast Pipes:
Ileifers Teats beautifully prepared;
Renuine Bernud'a Arrow Itoot, Tapioca;
3ago, Pearly and Patent Barley;
Jew's Nerve and Bone Liniment;
[)avis' Pain Killer; Dudlev's Pain Extractor;
UcAllis'er's World's salve;
larrison, Judkin, and Gray's Ointment, for
the cure of scrofulus and other tuniors, ul
cers and sores, rheumatic and Neuralgic
)r. Allen's vegetable Compound Ior Dyspep
sia, Clove Anodyne, rooth Ache Drops.
Eoach's Eumbrocation, (genuine);
Eutler's Aperient. and Henry's Genuine cal
leveland's Cough Mixture;
"rench Jujube Paste;
Eefined Liquorice, English;
Thompson's Botanic Medicines from the
[.abaratory of Ephraim Larabee, of Balti
nore, comprising every article used in the
Also, a full assortment of the Genuine
3haker's I lerbs.
Feb. 2, 1t18. 14 ly
E. H. MIELLICHAMP,
A N D
olitractor it SctncrL,
-inving located himself in SLmterville, is
ow prepared to execute all kinds of work
n the above line on reasonable terms.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
2 doors u'est of the Mlethodist Parsonage.
Jan. 26, 18.1S. 13 tf
07 FJ U.T A R R YED--C
[l he subscriber informs his friends and cus
oners that lie has just received by the ]a
est arrivals fron the North, the following
1oods which in addition to his former supply
le will dispose of at the lurcst prices for cash.
Fine gold pens, with or without pencil ca
es; Fine Guns and Revolvinmg Pist0s;
Flutes; Fifes and Accordions; Violin and
iptick Glasses; Fine Pocket Cutlery; Rod
,ers' Razor strops, a superior article; Steel
leads and steel bag and purse clasps; Go
hick clocks-eig.t day; Percussion caps;
Lc. &c. &c.
Nov. 22, 1817. 4 tf
IN -rii Lo~uMO roEs.
Wmn. 11. Ilunt ads. C. Jiuni, Adma'r.
Whlereas Wm. I1. Iluint, wvho is in the
gistodly of the sherill' of Sumter District, by
-irtue of a surrender b~y his bail, in the abov'e
tated case, has tiled in myi ollice his petition
iraying for thme benetit of the Act of the Gen
'ral Assemably for the relief of Insolvent
)ebtors, toagethier with a schedule of his es
ate amid elleets:
Notice is hereby givenm, to the said C. Hlunt
unar., amnd all oither creditors of the said W.
1. 1liit, to, be anmd appear before the asso
inate .ludges of the samid State, at the Court
ft(~ uComn Pleas for Suimter District, to be
acid on the iirst Monday after the fourth
doonday ini .larch next, to show cause, if any
hrcan, why the estate and el'ets of the
a:id W. II. I hunt, shouhl not be assigned and
ic be discharged :accordinig to the provisions
if the .Act ot te GeineralI Assembly for thme
'cief of I usolvenit IDebmurs.
.1. 1). JON ES, c. c. C. P.
Clerk's oflice, Sumter Dist.
IDec. 13tlh, 1817. 7 3m
A small hot of very line, just opened and
or sale !'me by
A. J. & P'. MOSES.
The subs'criber respect fully' inaforms his
riends~ and thle piliic in general, that lie has
it ted out a house as a Rt ESTA URlATl, oppo
it(e Mat theson's store, amid bietweeni Davis's
hiotel and lloyd's lI Itel, where will lie found
-;atables of the best kind thme market can af
uird. Al so, P'lanted Oysters-all of which
vill be served up in the best style. The
tar is 4murnied with Liquors and Cigars, of
lhe best quality.
'T'he subscriber having a long experience
a thle busiiness, hopes, by strict attention, to
wcrit anm egnal share ofP pblic patronage.
JAMS C. M'KENNA.
Cmamden, Nov. :i, Il'7. 3 tf
WEW FA LL AND) WINTER
Thie subsc.riber woulId respcctfully) inform
lhe citiz/ens of Smuntervialle and v.iciniaty, that
.o is now receiving andu opening his l'ALL
;.TO C K of G oods, conisist ing of
D ry Gooids, Gro0 ceries, lIIardware, Cutlery
ndl Crockery; Boxots aiid shones; Hlats aid
'aps, & c. &c. &c.
Oct. 20, 1817. '41 tf
Trhere is a large hay mare mule taken upi
y the subscribher, has thle appearance of be
migimg to sonie farimer, appears quite tame,
ndi has bueun worked; she is about 13 hands
igh. Tlhie ownie'r canii come1 forward prove
roperty, pay expenises and~ take her away.
J. E. COSKERY.
Dec. 31.1R.17. in .,
6gerierill 604:nuiea Ari
lx Toilee Co16g~6Onu
)ecoe 9r 5,847~ .
W. R.1. kti,
A R B LE W
Darlington, C. H. S1. C.
TAll orders by letter or otherwi.,l l
11 meet with prompt attention J
Dec. 22, 1847. 8
Pwo or three negro boys as apprentices
rn the carpenters trade. App ly-athis of,
ian.19, 1848. 12 tf
rhe subrcribers having associated -tbegd,',
ves under the firm of A. J. & P.-MUSES,,IQ
the purpose of transacting a general er.
itile business, respectfully solicit a she
A. J, MOSES, -
ran. 1, 1848. s3n
IT2Having altered my business rblatio,1
ould earnestly call on my former custim..
i to come forward and make settlement of
:ounts due to 1st Jan. 1848. . w
A. J. MOSEWU.-. *
BLLING OFF AT C09.
A large assortment of Mouselin de Laine.
I Cashmeres; some of our rich ard batid?"
A. J. & P. MOSES.
le undersigned expects to open in Sumter-.
le, on Monday, the 17th instant, an
GLISH SCHOOL, limited to TwentV
pils, and similar to that lately kept by Mr.
1'he school room is in the new buildiig
the lot lately occupied by Mr. LAUREL
ximc!s, and near the .Methodist Parsonage.
F. Al. ADAMS.
lan. 0th, 148. 11 at
rhe subscribers bea- leave to inform their
mnds in Sumter an? the public generally,
It they have entered into copartnership.
der the style of A. M. & IL KENN=',
en they removed to the store kutely occu
d by J. D. Murray.
Plhey intend keeping a general and exten.
e assortment of Dry Goods, Hardware and
geercies, and hope, by strict attention to
wesi, and selling it the very lowest pri.
i to merit a comlinuance of that patrunage
etofore extended to them.
A. A. KENNEDY.
IL A. KENNEDY.
7annden, Jan. 10, 1,;8. 11 tf
. THURLOW CA.TONj
ITTORNET AT raAW1
(a6ambcn, S. C.
)ffice on King street, opposite the Coust
use, in rear of Boyd's Hotel.
lan. 1818. 12 8m
RICHARD M, DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GIN MAKING, &c.
We are prep~ared to execute orders to an
ent in the above line, both for new wor
I repairs. Our Gins arc riot murpassed-by
made in the State, possesing nil the ad.
itages of the Falling Breast and Sliding
be, which saves a great deal in way of re.
re. We also urse the Steel Plate Saws,
thi teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
ure the finest staple, wvith an imp n
regulate the motinga of the cotton;h
onstructedl on a plan, giving at on ,~h
captages of lightness, strength and force-.
very material in the successful operation'
a Gin. We wvould invite planters toll
our shop and examine for themselves,
ilst we would assure the public generally;
Lt they shall have no cause to- complain
her of our work or prices.
We arc also prepared to do work nite
bmnet hiue--such as Bedsteads. Wardrdlbes
fes, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards,
.&c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
IU DSON & BROTHER.
Opposite the Preslyterian church.
Bumtervile, April 22, 1847. 20 ly
Thle subscriber has just returned front
the North with a full and'well selected
ck of CI.OC KS, WATCHES, and all
.d of JE WE LRY. Also, PISTOLS, Pine
ITLERY, Pll IFUMERY, TPOYS and
ick Knackeries of every description.
rho above stock is the largest that hs
er been off'ered in Sumitervilf e. Has been
ected with great care, and cgniaot fail i
'urchiorers may expect to find great bari
rns for Cash.
l'he subscriber returns his greatfud ae,
>wledgmnents for past favors, and solicits '
ewal of patronage.
sumterville, Sept. 14, 1847. 48 lyn -
>J. B.-Clock.,, WVatches, and Jewelry re.
red as usual.
A CA RD.
oW. 137, E~ast flag, Corner of Queen.Sf
(C AI L ISON, 8. 0.
['ashiionable Clothing and Tailoring El,
lishmient, and every variety of Gentle.
ns' Outfitting. Goods imported dirset fnga
Alarch 10, 1847. 10 if
A. J. & P. MOSS
3ffer for sale on as reasonab1s tens
be obtained in Sumterville, a ',i.lg
ortmnent of of Goods, comnprii -
ode, Groceries,11ardware, Cu tlety,Vck
', Saddlery, Shoes and Boots, flats azt4
ps, Ronnets, Cooper's wapa, Cari'on
up, Pniints, Oils, Ca
fectionary. Garden a