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AURM~Oi nounceWK: a candlidate
for ~ a~t tle stihelection.
Y Idtr:Pease annou6ne
CatT..AKER as a candidate for Re..
presentative at the ensuing. election.
Jan. 1, 1848. -~V 11O tE
CrWo a'e authorled to announce Major
JOHN BALLARD, as a candidate for
Sherif atthe ensuing election.
April 26th, 1848. '0 tf
p rThek-l ds ofR Wllian
A. COLCLOU.GH, Esq, announce him as a
candidate for Sherif at the next Election.
April 19, 1848. 25
93-The friends of JACOBH. WHITE.
HEAD, Esq., announce him as a candidate
for Sheriff, at the ensuing election.
Mr. Editor:-Please annouisce JOHN
DARGAN JONES, as a candidate for re
electiQn to the office of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
April 20th, 1848. 26- tf
flZWe are authorized to an
nounco DANIEL H. RICHBOURG, a can
didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan. 26, 1846. 13 tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
MrWe are authorized to announce JOS
M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the of
fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county,
at the ensuing election.
M-We are authorized to announce WIL
LIAM G. BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for
Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election.
Dry Goods In Charleston.
The subscriber would invite the attention
of Planters and Families who may visit
Charleston to his stock of
RICH,FANCY, AND STAPLE
Having made large additions to his room
the past season, he is able to offer greater in
ducements than ever before, to is friends
and customers, and confidently invites atten
tion to his STOCK as the
DMost Extensive in Southern
It is intended to embrace every article in
the Dry Goods Line.
Our front sales room will contain a com
plete assortment of
LADIES' RICH DRESS GOODS
Silks, Muulins, Bareges, Cashmeres, Alpac
cas, Bomnbazines, Shawols, Mantles,
Mantillas, Visettes, 4tc..
Linens, Linen Fabrics, Hosiery, 4-c. 4-c.
In our Domestic Rooms will be found a
very full assortment of Domestics.
Negro Goods, Blankets,
Osntaburgs, &c. &c.
(EDParticular attention paid to this depart
ment of our business. And Planters wvill
find our stock and prices well worthy their
Oar facilities for purchasing goods, are
such, that we nre able to olfer them at such
prices, as defy compleition.ACOT
253 King st. Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-In our wholesale rooms, we offer
a large and well selected STOCK to Mier
chants for cash or approved paper, at such
prices as are well wvorthiy the attention of
close buyers, for close markets.
Alarch,18483. 18 ly
The subscribers beg leave to inform they
frends and the public generally, that their
have entered into copartnership under the
firm of CONWAY & WINN, for the pur
pose of carrying on the Tailoring business.
They have taken the Newv Building next
door belowv China's Hotel. They intend
keeping a general assortment of Cloths, Cas
simeres, Vestings and Trimmings, and hope
by strict attention to business to merit a con
tinuance of the patronage heretofore so liber
ally extended to them.
D. J. W1NN.
January 1848. 12 tf
The subrcribers having associated them
for the purpose of transacting a general mer
caintil business, respectfully solicit a share
of public patronage. A .MSS
U2~Iiaving altered my business relation, I
would earnestly call on my former custom.
era to come forwvard and make settlements of
accounts due to 1st Jan. 1848.*
A. 3. MOSES.
The subscriber would res.pectfully inform
his friends anld theo public generally, that he
*has roeved to the. stand formerly occupied
by rr A~ Conway.
3. 1. MILLE'I, M. D.
hRoes ! Ioesa
A% assortment of Weeding Holes 'on
hand, and for sal, at Charleston prices by the
A. 3. & P. MOSES.
~21S 0 Sa 11 Jdf ~isn's Delhi(
tNt Ydrof1oahIie cle
*emaim( poa ns i thea
1tilnjri theIeCrcu takaui
b~' p~aeptar fversasd pther
ofthe ak, conloas wvell as recent. one
b wttle~ill, .msIsfances, effectualy re
move all ~ii petules,"or blotches op the
faces to w. c~ytmg~ persona inethis climate
are so much subjeted tolai' "either froi
inipuity "of thie bood r'debi ty. It is the
best remedy known far scrofulous affeictions,
n reakings outmin yung children,
and ja safe and effleaqious in removi entire
ly every trace of hereditary diseases In the
system in the tendereht infant; in factin alleu-.
taneou* af0'ectiong It is invaluable. As agn.
eral purifier of the blood, and an~eradicator of
all obstinate diseases this preparation will un
doubtedly take the precedones of all other re
medie-s. It ~gently operates iupdn and 1eg
ulates the boweis, restoregio the blood is
wonted purity, gives tone to the stomach n
promotes digtion. ,an.
It will efibtually relieve Eryiapelas een
in its darst stages, and all persons sufibring
from this distressing complaint are advised to
use it, first so, but if no marked relief be found
after taking one bottle, it will be essary
to use the Hydriodated Potash with it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as is
done in the case of all quack medicines of the
day, to effect their sale, and so force thmn up
on the public, the subscriber begs leave' to
state that this preparation has been prescribed
and used by a number of Physicians and Plan
ters of our city and neighborhood, with great
success, viz: Dr. H. R. Frost, Dr. W. G.
Ramsay, Dr. Thou. Y. Simmons, Dr. C. C.
Pritchard, Mr.'S. Lare, Lieut. Wilson, U.
S. R. 8., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes, Sumter. &c.
For the composition of this p reparation,
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's
Delight, Physicians are respeefully refered to
the th and 6th Nos. Vol.1, of the "Southern
Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy."
Price 1 per bottle, or 'for ledo. The
same preparation as a Syrup, is also prepared
at $1 per quart bottle, or $5 per 6 bottlms.
Prepared by J. PETER M. EPPING,
Kemist andDruggisrt, King-st.
Charleston, S. C.
For sale in Sumaerrilse b te. .
JO HN I. M Ly Lh AEnt D
117The subscriber will receive negroes la
boring under any of the above mentioned dis
eases, even the most hopeless and obstinate
eases, on treatmnout; or those persons having
unsound negroes, and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and are willing to dispose of them with the
view of seeing them cured, will find a pur
chaser in the subscriber, who is willing to
give a fair price for such.
P , P.M. E.
Feb.~10; 1948. 10 ly
W, A. KENT & MITCHELL,
" MASONIC H ALL,"
No.268, KING-ST. (CORNER OF WENTw ORTn,)
CH AR LESTON, S. C.
W. A. K. & M. oflers to the public a
superior article in euperfine Dress and Frock
COATS; Beaver, Frock and Over-Coats and
Sacks, (plain and embroidered,) Cashmere,
hierino, Satin, Silk and Cassimero Vests;
plain and figured Cassimere and other Pants,
with a general assortment of
Out-fitline Goods and.Fancy
PUnCIIASERS WILL FIND AT ALL TIMES AN
EXCELLENT AssoRTMENT OF TnE FOLLOw
INo ARTICLES :
White long-clo'th and linen Shirts,
Colored muslin and inIen do.,
'Linen Collars and Bosoms,
Black silk and satin Stocks,
Black silk and satin Crav'ate,
Colrd. do do do.,
Silk and satin Scarfs,
Cambric and silk Pocket Hlandkerchiefs,
Kid and buckskin Gloves,
Merino and Berlin dlo.,
Silk and thread do.,
Silk elastic Suspenders,
Elastic suspemd or Ends,
Silk, cotnand lamb's wool socks,
Silk and merino~ Under-shirts and Drawers,
Lamnb's wool and Shetland mixed d~o.,
Flannel, Segovia and Berlin do.,
Shaker flannel and Eng. bucksin do.,
Minerva Shoulder Braces,
Riding and Money Belts,
Dressing Gowns arid Caps,
Silk and cotton Night Caps,
Trunks, Valises and carpet. Bags,
Silk and Ginghiam Umbrellas,
Combs, Brushies, Perfumery, &c., &c., &c.
Day's Water-Proof Caps,
Coats, C'loakcs, CuisA ions and
LiFE PRE& ER VERS.
The superiority of the worknmansnip of
the above Garments is unparalelled in this or
any city in the Union.
, ITAIl orders fillel wvith promptness and.
dispatch, on the most reasonable terms-and
all Goods Warranted or no Sale !
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Keeps constantly on hand a cimplete as
sortment of the above Goods at their store in
Camden, S. C., Masonic Hall, directly oppo
site Dr. Cleveland's D~rug store.
Feb. 16, 1848. 16 ly
SELLING OFF AT COST.
A large assortment of Mouselin do Laines
and- Cashmneres; some of our rIch and hand
A. 3. & P. MOSES.
A small lot of very fine, just opened and
forsal lo by A. J. & P. MOSES.
The undersigned expects to open in Sumter
ville, on Monday, the 17th, instant, an
ENGLISH SCHOOL, limited to Twenty
Pupils, and similar to that lately kept by Mr.
The school room is in thie now building
on the lot lately occupied by Mr. LAUnEL.
DInxiNs, and near the Methodist P'arsonage.
F. M. A DA MS.
Jan. 6th. 18 11 m3
y e 4
Peer - b
B6k ith -
Bra this sdlh
Mofit's andd.p e
Hooper's Fena -
. Ayer's Cherry Pectorial
Roman Eye Bilsau
Together wilh a large and fresh supply of Lii
Train and Sperm Oils of superior quality;
Annatte, Madder, Brimstone, Copperas, Wh
fumery, Brushde, Spices, Essentil Oils, Con
Blacking, Window Glass, Sealing Wax, &c
sale as above.
N. B.-Cantor Oil oil draught.
Camden, May 3d, 1848.
eW. R HUNTER
AGENT OF TIE CEMETERY
Darlington, C. H. S. C.
0PAll orders by letter or otherwise,
will meet with prompt attention. - -
Dec. 22, 1847. 8 if
Two or three negro boys as apprentices to
learn the carpenters trade. Apply at this of.
Jan. 10, 1848. 12 tf
Just received a fine assortment of curl.
maple and fancy sitting and Rocking chairs,
cane and wood seats; together with a fine
assortment of Furniture, such as
Sofas, Book Cas
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and Plain Dressing Bureaus,
&C. &C. &,C
Foi ale cheap for cash or good paper.
Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 tf
RICHARD M, DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sumnterville , ..
E. H. MELLICHAMP,
(goutractor in 1cnteral,
Having located himself in- Sumterville, is
now prepared to execute all kinds of work
in the above line on reasonable terms.
A share or public ptronage is solicited.
2 doors west of te iMethodist Parsonage.
Jan.20, 1848. 13 tf
Enitertaiaent at the Clar
The subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and the Public generally, that he has
opened a House of Entertainment, about a
quarter of a mnile from the Clarendon Depot,
on the Stage Road, where lie wiill be ready
to alcoinunodate customers by the 15th inst.
lie hopes by close attention to business, to
giwe general satisfaction to all that may fa
vor hinm with their custom.
March 0, 1848- 19 tf
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
extent in the above line, both for new work
and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
aniy made in the State, possesing all the ad
vantages of the Falling Breast and Sliding
Ribs, which saves a great deal in way of re
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Saws,
with teeth sot in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the finest staple, with an improvment
to regulate the meting of the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a plan, giving at once, the
advantages of lightness, strength and force
all very material in the successful operation
of a Gin. We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst. wve would assure the public generally,
that they shall have no cause to complain
either of our work or p rices.
'We are also prepared to do work in the
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
HUDSON & BROTHIER.
Opposite the P'reslyterian church.
Sumterville, April22, 1847.20 1y
MISS UIORT, in compliance wvith the
wvishies of her friends, has opened a HIGH
SCHOOL for Young Ladies, for wvhichi she
trusts that the advantages of education and
the experience of a long course of yIears, de
voted to the duties of a Teacher, have duly
prepared her. Hcr number will be limited:
and she wvill endeavor to procure, as soon as
her prospects will warrant it, such assistance
as will ensure the high standard at wvhich
Her terms are, per session of five months:
For general instruction, including
Vocal Music,.. .. ....$25 00
Music, - - - - . . 20. 00
Use of Instrument per session, . . 2 00
French or other Languages, . . . 20 00
Drawing In Pencil and Painting
in Water Colors,..... .. 15 00
Miss HOR is erecting a comtmodiolis School
House, and board can be procured. In hg
respectably families. -~hih
Paymntsrequredatthe endl of .eacl
session, or at the time when any pupil. is
withdrawn from the school. No alloWance
made for absence unless on account of il1
Apnril 5, 1841~ .
Diids Pas Killi iZi i.
Rowind'e Toni !5tayi id
Potty Chwin Greea Mi r~o~,Logwd,f
iting, White'La'd,aip" mach Soaps, Pi
es Watgr,'Pia and ?UdiUgica Itruniente;
&ces Wat~ Psh os a "For
Hogsheads s~aid(some r) low riced)
Tierces Granulated hugarw
Barrels crnshed did pewdnred do~
Fine old'Java coffee; eRio do.
Sperm candles, For-sale low'by
Feb.1. . . W
"A few mo e of the samn Sort"
5000 Gold L.eaf segars
5000 .Chaffdstei' do
Pressed Esperango Reg'alla do.
Th omsp ewig oaco
N"bc. ovaoubrdssoe lW'Pei.
Half Spanish segar. :Jut neeived by
Feb. 13, . B. L EVY.
Bazakets C a-" nr
do g do liintjve, lngr
do e "D ouche"
Casks Porter, quartand pints
do Ale. Wines and Liquors f
qualities. . Just ieceived by
FeL 13' oLEVYk
and herries.. Frsh prunes clrrant'citron
and himonsed Friae by. 5J
Fob 13 MV
Rasint Figs am pp'd.
1.4 and 1.2 boxes Raisins; DrumsFigs
Barrels Northern Aiples nB6r Lemons,
Also--A fresh supply' of Icandiet. - Just
received by - & B. 4 LEVY.
Camden, S. C, Feb. 16,1847 3 tf
A. J. &P. MOSES,
Offer for sale on as reasonale terms as
can be obtained in Sumterville, a veir g
assortment of of Goods, conmprisi D
Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutier',Crock
ery, Saddlery, Shoel and Boots, lts and
Caps, Bonnets, Cooper's ware, Carrop ware,
Drugs, PaintsW, Oils, CarriageTriinmings
Conectionary, Garden seeds, &c. &c.& c
SOUTh CARIOLINA---SUMUTER DIST.
-Elijah Reynolds - Declaration in At
vs. tachmnt in Assum
Isaac D. Whitworth. Bt.
Whereas the. Plaintiff ii- theabr stated
case havng this day filed his Declaration
against the Defendant,' who lis absent from
and wvithout the limits: ofite"Stt, (as itis
said) and having neither iwife nor Attorney
knowvn, upon .whom a copy of the above Do.
claratin, with a rule to plead the By
served : It is therefore in puirsuance'of the
Acts of the General Assombly of"the State'
n such cases made nd provided, Ordered
that the 'Defendanst do plead therold on or be.
fore the eighteenth d5y f 'Jufie, A;D., 1848,
othewis finl ad slute judgenient will
be then given and awarded ainst him.
Offie Cmn. Pleas, Sumntor Dist. '
-17th June, 1847..
Ju - 3 .LD. JONES,c. c. c.p.
Jue 3. (#0.) 34 qflfyd
SThe subscriber has just -rettsrned from
-the North with a full ani'd w~ell iselected
stock' of CLOCKS, WATCHES, and all
kind of JEWE LRY.' Alen, PISTOLS, Fine
'CUTLERY, PERFUMERY,. TOYS and
Knick Knackeries of every description.
The above stock is the largest that has
aver been offered in Sumterville.. Haa been
senlected with great care, and cannot fail to
IPurchosers-may expect to find 'great bar.
quins for Cash.
The subscriber returns his greatful ac
knowledgmnents for past favors, anidsolicits a
renewal of patronage.
Sumterville, Sept. 14, 1847. .40 ly
N. B.-Clocks, WVetshes, and Jewelry re
paired as usual. ' .
s E tray. -
Daniel Driggei'% tolls before nie a blacke
horse, blind in the right eye; narked with
harness; about fifteen handsigh; twelvgor'
lifteen years old; appraised at Ten Dollfas.
The horse may be.feund at Mr. Driggetsa.op
the road leading from Carter's crossing on
Scape O'er, to Camden.
A. SCARBOQUGH ~Lhw .te
Sumter Dist. Mar. S1848
ThesnibscrIbr'uldi ~ tfut ~i tl*
attention of' his fr1ti~sad ti5pbj
and ke~ for Iapecto) hc bw~.I
'try produce ,
& n eevlle Apif8,184. M ly
Caitlery, Cocker~ ~u
meratb all wdaildjjl*
Edward J; Porter,
for the t As.,
Josepho Lwtonh e
uai n Br o n an
wifetMuy'R. e l.
It appearii toihs
R1. is'wife, two defend
resaide beyond the liai
motion ofNG Ri
miurr to thq'ei m
biJwll i be takenpqit
his filends, ha made n
his be1ebjiuidHoiiD q
die 8 1i m sS t r ~ ~
hyps Stateis4 i
ibver; and any rlc
Jy encoutrage and .conw
which willioged51 I
whos ezpeenceaa a
ares at 84(X0 theM unlsa
season, and 812.00'oi~
in feah: 25 cents otjr
stance Poitatig. mhth
insurance in. every
will be taken to 'preifM
liability shoukd anyr ;'
isiade u Ars '
Hore a Jroorn '
as heis passing tona ~
11l reduge the-sao
chance to allhs
. Bucephalue, Jr. a
Virgiia, rnd~h~b ~~
. Icoudoepbh *
cates ffo dUj)a
cephdus Jr repuai
deeqm ii iselgsi a
District, who h4
know theywell suh
those qf any $irf