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Ap i26th,1848.' V 2 . tf;'
* :3NW6.are authoriZed to an
*unce DANIEL H RICHBOURG, a-64%
-didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan.2, 184. 13. tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
anWe areu lthaid to announce JOS
M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the. of
fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county,
at the ensuing election.
M7We are authorixed to announce WIL
LIAM G.BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for
Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election
The subscriber, through the solicitation of
his friends, has ma4 arrangements to stand
his celebrated HoMVBUCEPHALUS, Jr. t
in Sumter Pistrict the ensuing. spring.
Said.Horse ilytbe expected to pass:through
the Salems, Sumterville, by.Fulton, and per
hap Statesburg, and in the Fork of Black'
River; and any other place where sufficient
ly encouraged and convenient - to his route,
which will be determined by the, groom,
whose experience as a groom, is equal to any
in the State.
-Tims-Bucephalus, Jr.,. will be let to
mares "at 84.00 the single leap; ..88.00 the
Mses, and 612.00;to insure a mare to be
in foal: 25 cents to the groom in. every in
.stance. Parting with the mare forfeits the
.nsurance in every instance. Every care
will be taken to prevent accidents, but no
liability. should any occur. r
N. B. Whore a corpany of 6 or 8 mares c
is made up by responsible persons, and the -a
Horse and Groom furnished free of charge
w he is passing. rounMI through the season, I
will reduce the season to 87, and the insu
rance to $10. I will also give the. same
chance ti all'those who feel disposed -to pa
trdinizo my Horse upon said terms and condi-j
Bucephalus, Jr. was got by J. P. Rodgers'
Bucephalus; he by Williamson's Bedford of
VIrginia, and he byOld imported Bedrord.-.
OdI Bu e hal us 'dam was by old king Herodl,
and he byTwig; Twig by the old imported
Janus ; his g, damiwas, according to informa
tion, a Medley. -Buccphalus Junsior's darn
was got by old White Oak Split; ho by Lew
is Collins' Split, whose performnance as a
R~ace Horse was wvell established on the
*Camden Turf, and he out of the old imported
Rattle-the-Cash ; Bucephalus Jr's, g. darn
was got by Marcus.
I could here publish a long list of certifi-.
cates from diffhrent Districts relative to Blu
cephalus Jr's. reputation as a foal getter, but
deem it useless, as reference can be had to
* *his rinted bills, and to citizens of Sumter
Ditit ho have seen of his colts and -
~ii~teywill not sufibr by comparison with
tbsof any other Horse.
JAMES D. McILWAIN.
We te uners~nedApril 3rd, 1847.
We te unersineddo hereby certify,
that we are acquainted with James D. Mcli
wain's Becephalus Horse; eoen of his colts
and therefore take great pleasure in stating
to the public, that thiey have fully come up to
our expectations. Equal, if not superior, to
any coltswe have seen for years passed:
Samuel Tindall, -Dr. John Boyd,
Harvey Skinner, G. W. Rhameo, Esq.
Edward Broughton,. Daniel McElveen.
* UT'AII those having settlements to make
with the subscriber, in relation to accounts
. -~.made with himn In &umter District, may ex
'pect to meet with him at Sumter Court du..n
wing the first week.'
-JAMES D. McILWAIN. '*
-March 8, 1848. 21 12t
-The subscribers beg leave to inform they
fronds and the publhc generally, that-their
have entered, into copartnership under :he
hIirof CONWAY & WINN, for the pur
pose of carrying ont the Tailot-ing business.
'They 'have takeni the New Building~ next*
door below "China's HoteL. They intend
-eeping at general assortment of Cloths, Cas
simres Vstigsand Trimmings, and hope
by strict attentlotto business to merit a con-v
4inuance of the patronoge heretofore so liber
4lly extended to them.
- ~D. J. W[NN. '.
* .-3nu ry 1848. 12 tf
* ~ ~ENr SEEDS.
~ ef~ey1for sale a-very large ri
* ~6~q~bn? of Gardon egl. C
.-.Two or three ~grooa o e apraesloe*4
earn the carpenters trade A i
Jan. 19, 1848. 12 tf
"U bo 'having assoclated.them
Win, offT. dP. MOSES
16tof ati general mer
alp 0 uimess,repedtul solicit a shars
f puC patrong.
U aing' 848. my iuniass relation, I
vo uldearnestly call on my former custom.
irs to come forward and.make settlements of
xcount due t lethJan.1848.
EIANGOFF AT COST.
*A L assortment of Mouselin de Laimes
ed Ca moes; some of our rich and hand
A. J. & P. MOSES.
['he undersigned expects to op n in Sumter
'ille. on Monday, the 17th instant, an
;NGLISH SCHOOL, limited to Twenty
upils, and similar to that lately kept by Mr.
The school room is in the new building
nthe.lot lately occupied by Mr. 'LUR EL
)miNs, and near the Methdist Parsonage.
Jan. th, 1848. 11 St
The subscribers beg leave to inform their
iends in Sumter and the public, generally,
iat they- bave &entored into copertnership,
nder the style of A. :M. & IL. KENNEDY,
'hen they removed to the. store lately occu
ied by J. D. Murray.
They intend keeping a general and exien
ive assortment of Dry Goods, Hardware and
Frocercies, and hope, by strict attention to
usiness, and selling at the very lowest pri.
es, to merit L continuance of that patronage
eretofore extended to then.
A. M. KENNEDY.
I. M. KENNEDY.
Camden, Jan. 10, 1848. 11 tf
Just received ..a fine assortient of curl
laple and fancy sitting and Rocking chairs,
ane and wood, seats; together with a fine
esortaient of Furniture, such as
Sofas, Book Cases,
fardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and PlainDressin Bureaus,
'or sale cheap for cash or nood paper.
J. F. SUTHERLAND.
Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 tf
WY. THURLOWV CASTON,
ATTORNE.Y AT SAW,'
AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
Office on King street, opposite the Couzt
louse, in rear of Boyd's Hotel.
Jan. 1848. 12 3m
RICHARD 1WL DYSONI
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W. E. RICHARDSON,
~ATTORNEY-AT LAW AND
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
SUJMTERVILLE, S. 0.
MHOMA~S 3. FRASER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
E. H. MELLICHAMP,
e tOntraxtor 'in Siltra1,
[aving located himself in Sumterville, is
aw prepared to execute all kinds of work
the~above line on reasonablo-terms.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
2 doors west of the Methoi Parsonage.
Jan. 20, 1848. .. 13 tf
Entertainmenit at the Clar
The subscriber begs leave to inform his
iends and the Public generally, that he has
mened a House of Entertainment, about a
uarter of a mile from the Clarendon Depot,
a the Stage Road, where he will be ready
accommodate customers by the 15th inst.
[o hopes by close attention to business, to
ye general satisfaction to all that .may fa
>r him with their custom.
March 8, 1848.- ~ 10 tf
in Chanery, March Term,
Wlliamsburg Dist. -1848.
Pursuant to an order made by Chancellor
Lines J. Caldwell at the present term. The
editors of David S. McClaryt, deceased, are
quired .to prove. their clains before the
'ommissioner according to law,-by the first
ry of January next.
ILEY COLE MAN, a. E. W. D.
ZmingstraeMarch 9,4.1A fn.
jolred mu g'n ",0
Co Ird do-.-: JoA47do'j
.9i I sv -aa4- *Iq r
Cambric an h
Kid and bucksliin Gle* s
Silk an ad i do
Elastic. sus 0nuJerEpd
silk, cotton and lmb'
Silk and frhio Un der- a
Lamb's wool and Shetla ixed
Flannel, Segovia pd Ber
dhaker flannel and Ehg.bucks d
Minerva Shoolder Braces,
DressingGowns and Caps,
Silk and cotton Night Caps
Trunks, Valises and carpet Bags
Silk and Gingham Umbiella.,
Combs, Brushes,, Perfumaery, o . &c
Day's Water-oof s,
Coats, Cloaks, Cusdona, and
The superiority of the workmainnip of
the above Garments is unparalelled in this or
any city in the Union..
lDAll orders 'filled with proinptuess and
dispatch, on-themost rasonable teris-and
all Goods Warraniedr no 8al
W. A. KENT&' MfISHEL,
Keeps constantly on han a cimplete as
sortment of the above.Goods at their store in
Camden, S. C., Masonic alk directly oppo.
site Dr. CleVoland's Drug store.
Feb. 10, 1848. 6 1y
DRUG - AND CHEMICAL
No. 207 KmG-srREEnT, BEZLOW: -T BurED,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Broad-streed, nearly opposte Miasenic HaI,
CAMDEN, S.- C.
Has received in -addition to the former ex
tensive stock, by.. late, arrivals from Europe
and the Northern cities, a large and VeU se
lected stock of
The Proprietor, now offers one of thonost
complete stocks ofFrench, ernanid
American Drugs, Chadmicals, valuabl Fani
ly Medicines, Perfumery, &c., Sea Drush
es, Combs and other Fancy and , cellane
ous Articles in this country.
Attention is solicited to the following pre.
Petersr, Beckwith's, Lee's and Spencer's Bil
Hooper's Genuine Pills;
Hull's, Chase's and Marsh'. single and dou
Linses' improved Domestic Instrument, or
Nursing Bottles and Tubes;
Nipple Shields, and Sholl and Breast Pipes:
Heoifers Teats beautifully prepared;
Genuine Bermuda Arrow Root, Tapioca;
Sago, Pearly and Patent-Barley;
Hew's-Nerve and Bone Liniment;
Davis' Pain Killer; Dudley's Pain Extractor;
McAlliser's World's salve;
Harrison, Judkin, and Gray's Ointment, for
the cure of scrofulus and other tumors, ul.
cors and sores, rheumatic and Neuralgic
Dr. Allen's vegetable Compound for Dgspep.
sin, Clove Anodyne, Tooth Ache Drops...
Roach's Embrocation, genuine);
Butler's A perient and Henry's Genuine cal
Cleveland's Cough Mixtur'e;
French Jujube Paste;
Refined Liquorice, English;
Thompson's Botanic Medicines from the
Labaratory of Ephraim Larabee, of Balti.
more, comprising every. article used in the
Also, a full assortment of .the, Genuine
Feb. 2, 1848. 14 l
The subscriber has just returned frpmn
the North with a full and we electe
stock of CLOCKS, WATCEd411
kind of JEWE LRY. Als3'PI pLFine
')UTLAERY, PERFUMERY,.. itidd
K~nick Knauckeries of every~llaaiptii~
The above .stock is thel-largest that has
aver been offered in SumtervilleNHa. been
mmlected with great care, and'cannot'fail to
Purchosers may expect to Snd great bgr
gains for Cash.
The subscriber. returns his greatfnl ac.
knowledgmeonts for past favors, and solicits a
renewal of patronage.
Samterville, Sept.14, 1847.- 46 1y
.N. B.-Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry ,re-,
paired as usual.
The subscriber respectfully Informs hi.,
friends and the public in generail, that he has
fitted out a house as a R.ESTAURAT, o
site Mattheson's store, and between' Dav''
Hotel and Boyd's Hotel, wvhere will be found
Eatables of. the best kind the marliet ~n af
ford. Also, Planted Oyste p
will be served up in the b'
Bar is furnished with Liquors *
the best quality..
The subscriber having a long oe
in the business, hopes, by strict attentlon, to
-Carnden, Nov.8. 1847.
an :On n - uM -
a roc" C
Cape,'Bonkit t bif' 1ae annw
Dru alh0ts ar
aq clot en~t
ertAluitnt~ "W Shi- f ,
District: and juusitallp 4 nem
to t'ake ihotic
All person indebtd is e req te
to make imnediate payment d
torney: at e liavi
me,-are requested to presen~h~t h
THOS: J WHDEL
Feb.-121848 1 tf
SOUTH .AROLIN a .s ~Ing
Elijah Reynold a
vs.. rM ~ tce~*Mjm
case havingithl day. filsdehl eclsilizs
agamnst theoDefendant,.who Isalent fros2
and withut. the Ji
said) and b ifi n
perved: It ierefore ance o4 ie
Acts-of the GoneraloAse i th Ot
in such amade a ' idred
atethe nthl L r,
be then gvn a d
Oce Min PIe Sut
MONTGOMERY, ALA.) JAN.i215I40.
Dear Sir-:Your Prprtio yjjngiaa
or'gueen's Delilt, trt i -s&W t
teit*on lifi tine aid wtht' nly o.
pessary that it should bo.attaimi Wierender
It -very saleable. *.~'* * .DM3elo. e
will gweyda ewilinosa 'rj flri isrra
reflecimg the opino; ef'iofesiQ )~oe
of the-merit o! the"Npapratapn, 'Dr B is
Phlyuieian of large practice and eatende 36.
putation, and'liose :recommendation 'wuld
geefar to extend the sale of your Medje
you can send uS a lot to tlie care ofT2 . 8G.
Moble,~ * *
JENNIN VAFEY~ DRUGIT
Mr. 3. P. M. Ermo:
Sir,--I am pleased to discovor foathe
Caf, atehv ple~t~yufra
A g ny f r t h s e o f d y u ' i p r ~ n
grgaIly to your rnteresoOlU~~~n
cy bee, and shuld you dejr 5o4o
as avy house misipa. 1hyaee~n
sib!.oand clever gentleni, elknant
the community as such, and ysh~ w6ld con.
for a favor upop the facul .~nranya w]
who~m I uld qe ai
-I publsh the abovsler'tn Uft.
th e at sw. ii
ithe sneers, o.e & 6 f se!n ofI'
eat Doctors wot
ecause It has, -ehh uas f~ivu
and curing peopl
vain for years. -
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