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- 1frb ditor:-1 6e*7thusced
CiPt. T. M. BAKER .as a ndidate for Re
preseitative at the usuIng"l1tion
Jan. it 11 tf
e authorized to ain
pounce DA$IE H. RICUBOURG, a can
didate for the office of Clerk at the enu'
Jan 28, 1840. 13 tf
U-OThe friends of. JACOB H. WHITE.
4IEAD, Esq, announoe him as a candidate
r Sheriff, at the pext, after the ensuing elec
M7We are authorized to announce JOS.
M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the of
fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county,
at the ensuing election.
07lWe are authorized to announce WIL
LIAM G. BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for
Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election.
W, A. KENT & ITCHELL,
" MASONIC HALL,"
No. 208, KING-ST. (CORNER oF wENTWORTI,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. A. K. & M. offers to the public a
superior article in superfine Dress and Frock
COATS; Beaver, Frock and Over-Coati and
Sacks, (plain and embroidered,) Cashmere,
Merino, Satin, Silk and Cassimere Vests;
plain and thrured Cassimere and other Pants,
with a general assortment of
Out-fitting Goods and Fancy
PURCITASERS WILL FIND AT ALL TIIES AN
EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF THE FOLLOW
ING ARTICLEs :
White lontg-cloth and linen Shirts,
Colored muslin and linen do.,
Linen Collars and Bosoms,
Black silk and satin Stocks,
Black silk and satin Cravats,
Colrd. do do do.,
Silk and satin Scarfs,
Canmbric and silk Pocket llandkerchiefs,
Kid and buckskin Gloves,
Merino and Berlin do.,
Silk and thread do.,
Silk elastic Suspenders,
Elastic suspender Ends,
Silk, cotton and lamb's wool socks,
Silk and merino Under-shirts and Drawers,
Lamb's wool and Shetland mixed do.,
Flannel, Segovir. nd Berlin do.,
Shaker flannel and Eng. bucksin do.,
MAnerva Shoulder Braces,
Riding and Money Belts,
Dressng Gowns and Caps,
Silk and cotton Night Caps,
Trunks, Valises and carpet Bags,
Silk and Gingham Umbrellas,
Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, &c., &c., &c.
Day's Water-Proof Caps,
Coats, Cloaks, Cushions and
LIFE PRESERVE RS.
The sd periority of the workmansnip of
the above Garments is unparalelled in this or
any city in the Un:on.
0~All orders filled with promptness and
dispatch, on the most reasonable terms--and
all Goods Warrantedor no Sale I
W. A. KENT & MITCHEL,
Keeps constantly on hand a coimplete as
sortment of the above Goods at their store in
Camiden, S. C., M-asonic Hall, directly oppo
site Dr. Cleveland's IDrug store.
Feb. 16, 1818. 10 ly
LANDS AT PRIVATE SALE,
Th'le subs~critier ollfers for sadle the. tollow -
ng TIracts of Luand, at theL followingreduced
One Trract an.onuing lanids of Elias Dutranmt,
Matildla Duranmt and .luhn Donals, in .\lddle
S-alem, containing by resurvey :32 acres at
(one Tract, on Lynche's Creek, known as
the B3radley Tract, lyinig between English's
cross roals ani Duranit's Ferry, adjoinn
landls of David Cole and others, contamuing
*303 acres at .9400.
Onme Tract, on Lynche's Creek, in Darlina.
lon District, with Durant's Ferry attached to
it together with a large new flat, containing
1-0 acres, at the very reduced price of
Ome other Tract, on Ilope swamp, adjoin
ing lands of WVells, hlancock and Wialson, of
;33J acres more or less, at Onem Dollar, and
Onte D)ollar and Fi'ty Cents per acre.
The quality of L ynicher's Creek lands are
too well knownt to require any prauise or puf
fing. Sufilee it to say then, that on suchl
lands as I am o!Tering at the above reduced
prices, I have haretofio mide with proper
cultivation and manuring, one bale cotton per
ID-I am also the Agent to seill several other
large bodies of L-mds in a hmah state of cuil
tivat ion an I implrovemeneit; which are offered
at the small sum of $3 per acre.
Terums are uide to snmit purchasers; any
length of time given that is at all reasonable.
Agent of .llartha A shmmore.
Nov. 25, 18.17. 5 lamtf
- F U RiNl1T U R E.
.Just receivedl a fine assortment of eurl..
maple and famncy sitting and Rlocking chamirs,
cane and wood seats; together with a fine
assortment. of Putinnituire, such as-.
Sofhs, Book Casos,
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and Plain Dressing Bureaus,
&c. &c. &c.
For sale cheap for cash or good paper.
J. F. SUTIIERLAND.
Camden, JIan 10, 1818. 11 tf
All persons indebted to I). Solomons, dec'd,
are requested to come forwardl and make
payment, as the subscriber is dlesirous of set
.ling up his business.
R. OLOMONS, Admrx..
feb.1. 16 s
ESTON S. C.
Broad-utreel, nearly opposite Masonic Hall,
CAMDEN, S. C.
Hasireceived in addition to the former ex
teise stock, by late arrivals from Europe
and the Northern cities, a large and well se
lected stock of
Chemicals, Perfumery and
The Proprietor now off'ers one of the most
eomplete stocks of French, German and
American Drugs, Chemicals, valuable Fami
ly Medicines, Perfumery, &c., Soaps, Brush
es, Combs and other Fancy and Miscellane
ous Articles in this country.
Attention is solicited to the following pre
Peters', Beckwith's, Lee's and Spencer's Bil
Hoo per's Genuine Pills;
Ilull's, Chase's and Marsh's single and dou
Linses' improved Domestic Instrument, or
Nursing Bottles and Tuhes;
NippleShields, and Shells and Breast Pipes:
Heilers Teats beautifully prepared;
Genuine Bermuda Arrow Root, Tapioca;
Sago, Pearly and Patent Barley;
Hew's Nerve and Bone Liiinent;
Davis' Pain Killer; Dudley's Pain Extractor;
McAllis'er's lyorld's salve;
Harrison, Judkin, and Gray's Ointment, for
the cure of scrofulus and other tumors, ul
cers and sores, rheumatic and Neuralgic
Dr. Allen's vegetable Compound for Dyspep
sia, Clove Anodyne, Tooth Ache Drops.
Roach's Enmbrocation, (genuine);
Butler's Aperient and 1leury's Genuine cal
Cleveland's Cough Mixture;
French Jujube Paste;
Refined Liquorice, IRnglish;
Thompson's Botanic Medicines from the
Labaratory of Ephrain Larabve, of Balti
more, comprising every articieL used in the
Also, a full assortment of the Genuine
Feb. 2, 18-19. 14 ly
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEYS
There are few cases of chronic and painful
Rheumatism that will not yield to the inilui-i
ence of Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight if
duly persevered, especially if taken in con
junction with Ilydr. of Potash, tines called
Mercurial Rheumatism (violent pains in tile
bones, &c.,) resulting from the imercury taken
by patients during severe fevers and other
It is highly recommended for ail diseases
of the skin, chronic as well as reCent. One
bottle will, in most insltances, eflectuialv re
move all pimples, post ules, or blech.ells on the
face, to which young persons in this climate
are so much subjected to. arising either from
impurity of the blood or debility. it is the
best remedy known for scrofalous afietions,
sores, and breakings out in young chilren,
and is safe and eflicacious in removing eiii ire
ly every trace of hereditary diseases 1rom the
system in the tenderest infant; in fact in all cu
taneous atflectiois it is invaluable. As a gei
eral purifier of the blood, and an eradicator of
all obstinate diseases this preparat ioi will uiii
doubtedly take the precedence of all other re
medies. It gently operates upon aid reg
ulates the bowels, restores to the blood its
wont ed purity, grives toiee to the stomach, and
promoit"s d iestion.
It wvill elyectual ly relieve Erysapelas e ren
mi 4ts worst stages, andl all persons sull'ering
from in s distressing complaiit are amtvsed to
use it, first so, but if no imarke'd relief lie found
after taking one hot tle, it will he necessary
to use the Iliydriodlated P'otash with it.
Not wishing to pubilish certificaites as is
done in the case of all qtuar k ineihiines of lihe
day, to efl'ct their sal e, anid so force theum up
on the public, thme subscriber biegs leave to
state t hat this prepacramt ion has bee pre'erhe
and tuseid by~ a inumber of I- hysienm s an md I 'laun
tens of our city antd neidtborihood, wt great
stuccess, v'iz: I )r.. 11. R. rost, 1)r. Wt. 4.
Rlatmsay, l)r. Th'I. 1. Sinanoiens, lIr). . ( .
S. Rt. S , all of this city, DrI. Jamets Stoiney,
Ileaufort. Dr. J. A. la':es, Sumiter. &c.
Fomr the compoisiit on of this p'r .i:,n
andii thme Mediena; Il Propert ies of theiiC leen'S
L telihmt, Phlysic ians a re respierful ly re;,ered to
the .5th anid (iith Nis. Vol. 1. of lie ''.outherii
Journal of Medicine mid Phfarmaciy."'
Price $1 per bottle, or $5 for Ii d1o. The
samte preparation as a y rtip, is also p~repiredl
at 61 pen qutart bottle, or 85) per (i bo'ttles.
Prepared by J. P'ET 'MR M. EIPPING,
Kmist and D~runi st, kino2st.
For sale in, .Sumterville b liith .1 gent,
il'he subscribmer will receive nie'roes la
boring unider anyv of thei abmove mentitoned dhs
eases, evein thme most hopeless atuliihbstina;te
eases, on treatmieut; or those persnus hiav ing
unsotmd negroes, aitid not wishing ti niiur
the expenise aftendaitt oni sitich treat mieit,
and are willing to disp'ose of thmeim wtith the
vieow of seeing them e ure~d, will find a puri -
chaser in the subhscriber, who is w,~ilbnmg tom
give a fair price fiur such.
March :il, 1847. ~ 23 Iv
NEWV3FA LL G00IDS A' TTIlE
ME. DRIUCKER & 0CO
Are now receivintg from thme Northi, a very
large and splend id assiortenit of Neasontable
Goods, cotntisting in piart of, Cloths, CJassi
meres, X~attinets Vestings, I inenis, Xeea~rfs,
Cravats anmd Xioc ks.-pla in, figiureid aind strip.
oel A Ipaccas, and othlen desirabh- ( ids fur
Ltdies' Dresses; Also, a splendid variety of
Calicoes and Chintzes, and the very best andu
chmeapcst assortitent of Bleached 'ind Brown
Mus line in thme Ton
''Te above Goodls havo been selecteid with
the greatest care, explressly foir the Crmdeii
Market, aind having been purichased on I le
tmost advantageous termis [for cashi,l will be
sold at a very small advance on thec Northere'
Also--A L~argfe Stock of
H ardware, Groceries, IBaggitng Ropr.
Twine, lloots amnd Shoes.
T AR ! TARl !! TAR I!!!
A prime lot of -TAR on hand, andl for sale
by F. M MORGN.
ials,' oleit Cokue
?eethngRi gest tee oet
tand,. - .&
AGENT OF THE CEMETERY
U1ARB I, WORK10
Darlington, C.H. & C.
O6rAll orders bygsttei or -herwise,
vill meet with prompt attention,
Dec. 22, 1847, 8 tf
Two or three negro boys as apprentices to
earn the carpenters trade. Apply at this of
Jan. 19,1848. 12 tf
The subrcribers having associated them
elves under the firm of A. J. & P. MOSES,
or the purpose of transacting a general mer
:antile business, respectfully solicit a share
if public patronage.
A. J. MOSES,
Jan. 1. 1848.
Orllaving altered my business relation, I
vould earnestly call on my forner custom
rs to come forward and make settlements of
ccounts due to 1st Jau. 1848.
A. J. MOSES.
5ELLING OFF AT COST.
A larre assortment of Mouselin de Laines
nd Cashieres; some of our rich 'and hand
A. J. & P. MOSES.
rhe undersigned expects to open in Sumter
ille, on Alonday, the 17th instant, an
NG LlSil SCIlOOL, limited to Twenty
Pupili, and similar to that lately kept by Mir.
The school room is in the new building
on the lot lately occupied by Mr. LAUREI.
)NKINs, and near the Ilethodist Parsonage.
P. M. ADAMS.
Jan. 60th, 148. 11 t
The subscribers heg leave to inform their
rienes in Sumter and th0 public generally,
hat they have entered into copnrtnership,
mnder the style of A. M. & R. KFNNEi,
Ohen they removed to the store lately occu
tied by J. D. Aliirray.
They intend keeping a general and exten
ive assortment of Dry Goods, Hardware and
irocercies, and hope, by strict attention to
musiness, and selling at the veiy lowest pri.
es, to ierit a continuance of that patronage
teretofore extended to them.
A. M. KENNEDY.
IL M. KENNEDY.
Canden, Jan. 10, 118. 11 tf
W. THURLOW CASTON,
ATTORNEY AT iAW,
(Ea 111b e 11, S, T .
Office on King street, opposite the Court
louse, in rear of Boyd's Hotel.
Jan. 1848. 12 3m
RICHARD M. DYSQN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W. E. RiCHARDSON,
|ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
SOLICiTOR LV EQUITY,
SUMiTERYILLE, S. C.
ATT"IORNEY AlT LAWV,
E. HI. MIELL4ICHAMP,
A N D
(!ontractor iln (Senltrlal,
l lavinig locatedl himiself in Sumiterville, is
no .ppred to execute all kinds of work
n the above line on reasoniable termns.
A sharie of pubtlic~jpatronage is doicjted.
2 doorr ucs o:f the Alihdist Parsonage.
Jan. ti, 189 1;3 tf
,c . J0J5 UN A RtitIV ED..)
' he suzbsecrd~er imforms his friends and cus
tramers thart hie has just received by the Ia
l est a rrivalIs fromi t he North, thle following
(ioods which in addit ion to his former supply
le will dis.pose of at the lou-est prices for cash.
Fine gohl pens1, w'ith or without pencil ca
ses; Finec Guns and Revolving Pistols;
F.lutes; Fiies and Accordions; Violin and
Iaptiek G;lasses; Fine Pocket Cutlery; Rod
zers' Razor strops, a supierior article; Steel
lkeads and steel hag and purse clasps; Go
hiic k clocks-eight day; Percussion caps;
&c. &c. &c.
Nov. 22 , 1817. 4 tf
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
The subst riber wvoulnd respectfully inform
he citizens of Snmnterville and vicinity, that
be is no(w receiving andl opening his FA LL
ST1OCK of Gooss, consisting of.-.
D ry Good~is, Groceries, IHardware, Cutlery
anid Crockery; Boots and shoes; Hats and
Caps, &c. & c. &c.
Oct.20, 1847. 41 tf
Mri s. Itobiisoufa
Wiall open1 a Female School at Liberty
Ihill, Kershaw District, with competent As
aistants, on termst of tuition as followvs, per
mession of five months:
)rthography, Reading and Writing, *7 00
With Arithmetic, Granmnar and His
tory coinnenced, - - - - - 0 00
E~nglish Grammar, History and Geo
graphy, - - - - - 12 00
Drawing and Painting, - - - 10 00
Music on the Piano, - - - 20 00
Embroidery and worsted work, - - 8 00
Jant. 28. 10 4t
9Afew more 1rde an
5000-Gold Leaf egars
5000 Charleston, do
Cubrey Butt. liy, do
Pressed Espeadngo Rghali do.
Thomas' sup. chewing Tobacco.
Tobacco ofvarious brands, some low pri.
Half Spielfzsi. Just roceived by
Feb.1, 8. B LEVY.
Baskets Champaigne, 'Bollinger"
do do pints, "OLin er"
do eo "Bouche"
Casks Porter, quarts and pints
do Ale. Wines and Liquors of al
iualities. Just received by
Feb 13. 8. B. LEVY.
Vest India Preserved ginger; WestIndi
>reserved pine Apples; limes, peaches, plum
md cherries. Fresh prunes, currants, citrol
md l6nions. For sale by
Feb 13 8. B. LEVY.
Rasins, Figs and Apples.
1-4 1-2 boxes Raisins; Drums Figs
nltern Apples; Box Lemons,
A frosh supply of candie.7. Jus
eceived by ' S. B. LEVY.
Camden, S. C., Feb. 10, 1847. - 3 tf
J, L. HAYNSWORTH,
$UMTER VILLE, S. C.
3)FrIcE oN Doon SOUT OF THE DOagU S-oRN
R E C.O M M EN DAT ION.
We respectiilly desire to recnmnend Mr
iamrs L. I AvNSWOrTH, an a skilful and thor
mgly qualified operator in his profeission, ant
Ul entitled to the confidence af'the comlmu
uiLy at large. lie has been our pupil for the
mat -rnan YKAns, and has with persevering in
lustry, profited by all the anmple oioportunitie
which our establichment in Columi-in abffirdt-d
BLAN DING & f(EYNOLDS.
Columbia. May 1845. 20 Iv
There is a large bay mare mule taken Uj
>y the subscriber, has I. appearance of be
oning to) some farmer, appears quite tame
mIII has beer, worked; she is about 13 hand
ugh. The mwier can come forward prov
)roperty, pay expenses and take her away.
JE. COSKER Y.
Dec. 31, 1847. 10 t(
IN THE co3131oN PLEAS.
Wn. I. Hunt ads. C. Hunt, Adms'r.
Whereas Wmn. H. Hunt, who is in thi
:ustody of the sheriff of Summter District, 113
virtue of a surrender by his bail, in the albovi
-tated case, has filed in my office his petitior
)raying for the benefit of the Act of the Gen
3ral Assembly fur the relief of Insolven
Debtors, togethter with a schedula of .iis es
late and etl bcts:
Notice is Uereby given, to the said C. Hun
tAdmnr., and all other creditors of the said W
11. Hunt, to be and appearbefoe the asso
ziate Judges of the said State, at the Cour
')f Coimnon Pleas for Sumter District, to b(
held on the first Monday after the fourtl
Monday in- March next, to shew cause, if an
lthey can, why the estate and effeocts o~jhi
said WV. H1. Hunt, should not be assigned an
lhe lbe discharged accordinig to the provision
of the Act of* the General Assemnbly for th
relief of Inisolvent Debtors.
J. D.JONES, c. c.e. g.
Clerk's office, Smuniter Dist.
Dec. 13th, 1847. 7 3;n
IN THlE contatoN PLEAs.
Samuel J1. Young & Co. vs. Mendal Smit
WVhereas Mendal Smith, who is in the cum
tody of the sheriff of Sumter District by vii
uie of a surrender by his bail in tihe abot
slated case, has fitled in nmy office his petitio1
piraying for the benefit of the Act of the Get
eral Assembly for tie relief of Insolvei
Debtors, togethe ir with a schedule of his E
tate and eifects:
Notice is hereby given, to the said Samus
J. Young & Co., and nll othier creditors of tl:
said Mendal Smith to be and appear befoi
the associate Judges of the said State at th:
Court of Comimon Pleas for Sumter Distrfc
to he teld on the first Monday alter the fouri
Monday in March next, to shew cause, if ali
they can why the estate and effects of tI
said Mendal Smith should not be assignc
and he be discharged( according to the provi:
ions of tihe Act of the General Assembly fi
the relief of lnsolvcnt Debtors.y
J. D. JONES, c.c. c. P.
Clerk's office, Sum. Dist.
Dec. 13th, 1847- 7 3m
SOUTHI CAROLINA--sUITER DIS'l
Elijah Reynolds )Declaration in A
vs. tachm~ent in Assun
Isaac D. WVhitworth. ) sit.
'Whereas the Plaintfl'in the above state
case having this day filed his Declaratic
against thme Defendant, who is absent froi
and without the limits of the State, (as it
said) and having neither wife nor Attorne
knownm, upon whIom a copy of the above Di
claration, with a rule to plead thereto, may i
served: It ms therefore in pursuance of th
Acts of time General Assembly of the Stal
in such eases mande and provided, Ordere
that. time Defendant do plead thereto on or b
fore the eighteenth day of June, A. D., 1841
otherwvise final and absolute judgement wvi
be then given amid awarded against hiim.
Office Com. Pleas, Sumter Dist.,?
17th June, 184,7.
3. D. JONES, c. c. c. P.
Junue 23. (80.) 34 qflfyd
- - Notice.
TO ALL WHOM IT AY CONCERI
The subscriber takel. this method of-it
forming all those who are indebted to him a
Note or Account, that if they do not con
forward and settlei with him before return de
they wvill finud their Notes, &c., in the han<
of J. B. N. Haniwet, Esq. for collection.
Feb. 28, 18388 g'
and nd-en-al e u
dom r sin one huindred~l
C ue may besei
The subscriber respec
inhabitants of Sumterville
he has opened a BARK "I
o suppying Breadde an
every descriptionat Charl a
e ve ry m n ng wi I please ,leave r
at the store formnerly-occupied-bIX
The subsriber truste, b
and punctuality, to solici th a,
F sh Bra Breadvery inornii
Cakes of every descripto bh 8 0 4
.iOHN C s
N. B.--Orders punctually i
te. 29, 1847. .uli2
A small lot of ver Ip
for sale lo by
.The subscriber pepectill -MW
I friends and the public i gene t16
-fitted out a house as a RESTAURT
site Mlatthieson's store, abd&betw
D.c .9 1847. ..
-Hotel and Boyd's H-otel, where il
Eatables of the -best kind the rhiet
'ford. Also, ]Viante4. O)yster.;l6
will be served up in the best
Bar is furnished with Liquors .and 04 4
the best quality.
The subscriber havi a l Iongfrek W
in thie l4usiness, hopes, bystricftt~oz
i erit an equal shareof Rubli, atlft-l s
-ltte ouJaAou E C.s a RSTU A
Camden, N te, 18d47. 3
GIN AKIN G
We are prepared to.exere or-ders
extent io the above line, both .fore
and repairs. Our Gins are not 8
any made in the State, s
Baitagesof the Fahingqureast
Ribs, which saves a great dea
pairs. We also use the -teelr C
wTh teet sct in an angle that.
injure the finest hope, b it
to regulate the eotin of the" cotia
Ws construe vopg nitv
advantages of lighto es, Otre
all very materia in the successfl
of a Gin. te wFtid invite plaite a
at our shop and .exangre far
whilst we would assure the pulice
that they shall have no cat Caeno
either ofiour work or prices.
We are also prepared,to doofth ct orknin-the
Cabinet rne-stich as Bedstiad aob:eW, a
avnfes, Bo casiestns, sTegtbles~O
&c. &c.u shoi-t notie nr tiieiily
whlspwoldtesshe th ulcgzrcr
eiter u vo oApric2, .
WeheNalorpwithd tol ad-*oen e
Csbinet of sCOCKs BedTCEas adoael
CUTEsooYs, PERFUME, TOlsCpbiru
&ckc Kackeore notie, ondies~i..ts'
Thepaove tc i'
eselecte ithe Arat car, 1ndcan7. 1 to~
%NThe subscriber hare trturns his
knowltedgmnfor wihas fulan vors, l~to
renewa of CLtOnage. WACEadC l
C LEY SutrvlERFUep.14,Y8 f
e TN. boeCock W theslarund rj~
it pairens r a. M
kNo.l137,eEtsto as faorsr i~si
rtalhent parnaee va.
mte Out,ing. G E imArOT
N . . &k, WaceP n~l~.
canie oaine usal unit
A ae ontCrs
nu Drug , at Oils, CarfusI
r Apshonbl Cloethin tot
etmbdiatepment nd everywahyl
March1, 184. -1w f
OAle fr sae nbte oiaet a*
G. Ds, wirocere >s~r;~l~j
er;, adleroso hoanv Bo.fft
Estatgs, winthan Ois arig
y All erson ndbetole s otm
l Nthe s begng said
f aorthwbith. 1thda o