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authoried toinnou '
roii - BA aRD -, a candidtfor
0ier at theepaulnig election;.'
..-pi26th, 184$. 26 ;i
O A'Te friends OiiE
. COLLOUGH, Esqj announce him id4a
saal. for Sheriff at the next BEtio.n
April 19, 1848. 25
57The frieids of JACOB IL WHITE.
'HEAD,Esq. annotnce him as a candidate
for Sheriff at the ensuing election.
Sam. r:-.-Please announce. JOHN
DARGAN JONES, as acandidate for. rs.
-eloction to the office of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
Apil 26th, 1848. 26 tf
;We are authorized to an-,
nounco DANIEL H. RICHBOURG,'a can.
didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan. 20, 1846. 13 tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
MirWe are authorized to announce JOS
X. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the of.
fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county,
at the ensging election.
07We 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,
RIC , FANCY, AND STAPLE
Having made large additions to his room
tie past season, he is able to offer greater in
ducements than ever before, to liis friends
and customers, and confidently invites atten.
tiCon to his STOCK as the
Mosi 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 DRE'SS GOODS
Silks, Muslins, Bareges, Cashmeres, Alpac
cas, Blombazines, Shawols, Mantles,
.Mantillas, Visettes, 4-c.
Linens, Linen Fabrics, Hosiery, 4-c. 4-c.
In our Domestic Rooms will be found a
very full assortment of Domestics.
Nega'o Goods, Blankets,
ssaburge, &c. &c.
O7Particular'nttention paid to this depart
* ment of our business. And Planters will
find our stock and prices well worthy their
* Oar facilities for purchasing goods, are
such, that we are able to offer them at such
pieas-defy comj etition. -
pr -s W.,. 15ANCROFT',
-253 King at. Charleston, S. C.
- N. 1L-In ou whlsle roms, we offer
a large and well selected STOCK to Mer
chants for cash or approved paper, at s~Xch
prices as are svell :worthy the attention of
clos.e buyers for close maarkets.
T'he subscribers beg leave to inform they
fronds and the publhc generally, that their
have entered into copartnership under --he
firm of CONWAY & WINN, for the pur
poseof carrying on the Tailoring lIusiness.
They have taken the New Building next
doer below China's Hotel. They intend
keeping a general assoteat of Clothe, Cas.
simeres, Vestings and Trimmings, and hope
by strict attention to business to merit a con.
tinuanco of. the patronage heretofore so-liber
ally extended to them.
4 A. CONWAY,
D. 3. WINN.
January 1848. 12 tf
The subrcribers having associated. them
* selves under'the firm of A. J. & P.-MOSES,
forthe purpose of transacting a general mer
cantile business, respectfully solicit a share
of public patronage.
A. 3. MOSES,
H71aving altered my business relation, I
-would earnestly call on my former Icustom-.
qrs to come forward and make settlement, of
aopourits due to lst Jan. 1848.
- A..J. MOSES.
A large assortment of Weeding Hoes on
hand, and for sale at Charleston prices by l.
ozer ,by J
'~h~rbr oul respectfnlfyr
l~~.a d t~ejmbtc gnerally1 that he
S - it Asll atn
do djleh rennc ofilother re
Wotibd 3t gies tone to the stomnach, and
It ijljbtialy rello e .Eya edas o
inilse r d adisd 'to
to ::4 "41 thl YdrVae P ffhitbl-a zev
N9ti .intojubl"ErtlA&jeba i is
done in the cseosl qic medjoines oTthe
day, to t thes audisoforce them up
on tde publie, hquscie lleave to
state tlat this prelaa~inis been prescribed
and so y~uu~ fPyicians and Plan
tersiW d b , gat
d Frost,1Dr. W G
Raminay, 'Dr. Thoi.Y.'Simnmons, Dr. C. C.
Pritchard, Mr.8:.Lgare;'LietiL Wilion, U.
S. Ri S., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Beaufort' Di.3. A. Mayee "Sumtr. &c.
For -the comnposition of tis preparation,
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's
Delight,Ph'ylians arerspefully refered to
the th ad 6t N~sVol.,of he Southe'rn
Price 61-per bottle or *5 for 0 do. The
same preparation as a Syrup, Is also prepared
at 81. per qiuart bottle, or 65 per 6 bottles.
Prepared byJ. PETER M. EPRING,
. mis an D &~ g aUigs.
For sae in umervi bhy te Agent,
JOHN -. MILLER, M.D.
117The subscriber will receive- negroes la
boring under- any of the above mentioned dis
eases, even the most hopeless and obstinate
cases,.on treatmeut; or those persons having
unsound negroes,- and ot wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and are willing to dispose of them with the
viewvof seeing them cured,.will find a pur
chaser in the -sub'criber, who -Is willing to
give a fair price for such.
i ce is, z 3, riq r~,: P. M. E.
Feb. 16; 1848. 16~ P. yE
W. AKENT & EMITCHELL,
No.268, K(No-RT (CORNROP WENTwoRTRl)
hRLESTON, -. C.
W.. A K. & ffth ra ty, the public a
superior articleJn uupeine Dress aniT ck
COATS;K3eavsi, Frockiand OverCo-its and
Sacks, (plaiiand rembroidored) -Cahieue,
Merino, Satin,- Silk and Cassimere Vests;
plain and figpred Caissimere and other Pants,
with a general atssortment of
Out -fittina Goods andI ancy
PURCHASERS WILL FIND AT ALL TI*E A
ExcELLENT ASSORTM'ENT OF TiuE FoLLOW.
White long-cloth and linen Shirta,
Colored muslin and linen do.,
Linen Collars and Bosoms,
Black silk and satin Stocks,
Self-adjusting - do.,
Black silk and satin C ravats,
Coird. do do 'do.,
8ilk and satin Scarfs,
Cambric and silk Pocket Hlandkeorchiefs,
Kid and-buckskin Gloves,
Merino and Berlin do.,
Silk and thread do. n
Silk elastic muspenders, -
Elastic suspender Ends,
Silk, cotton and damb's wool socks,
Silk and wrnino Under-shirts and Drawers,
Lamb's wool and Shetland mixed do.,
Flannel, Segovia and Berlin do.,
chaker fiannel and.Eng. buckin do.,
Minerva Shoulder Brices,
Riding and -Moy Bels,
DreimrGowns and Caps,
8i1k andecotton Night Caps,
Trunks, Valises linicarpet Bags,
Silk'and Ginghm Umbrella,
Combs,.Brushes, Perfumery, &c., &c., &c.
Day's Water-Proof Claps,
Cals, loaks, Cusions and
The superiority of thio workmnansnip of
the above Garments is unparalelled in this or
any city in the Union.
sTrAl orders filled with promptness and
dispatch, on the most reasonable terms-and
all Goods Warrantedeor nio Sale i
WV. A. KENT & MITCHELL
Keeps constantly on haand a osunplete as
sortment of the above Goods at their store in
Camdoi, S. C., MasonicJFHall, directly oppio.
siter Sr.tCleveland's Drug store.
Fob.- 10, 1848. 16 Ly
SELLING OFF AT COST.
A large assortment of Mouselin de Laines
and Cashmeres; some of our rich and hand.
- - - -A. 3. & P. MOSES.
A 6 allilt of very fine, just opened and
for saJlo eo by
. A. .1. & P. MOSES.
AUfderse expects to open in Sumter
on ay.the. i7th instant, an
IGUSHI SdHQ lisited to Twet
swiyx d shk lately ketby Mr.,
'The 'school room Is in the riliblilding
p.4zea h Med ~ asna
' Panacea ; &<'
Ayer's Cl4erry.Pector al
RoIan Ey aj i n
Tqther.with a lgf
Trin ind 1 o6118 Q alu, ipearlq* qua it
Annatte, Maderim tne,4 Zpp.
funiery 16Brushoices 01W0
Blackng, WBindow Gs,'Is,.linW eis e
sale as above. 4. -t .
N. B-Castor O~lfon draiQ
;Camden, May 3d,j848.
AGEN OF TIE CEMETERY
Al14 E i t
'All 'orders by etter or otherwis
will meet vith prompt attention.
Two or three negro boys asPpK enI.esI
learn the carpenters trade. 40 is1 c
Jan.19, 1848. 12 tf
Justreceived a .e -feo
maple and fancy sitting aidR chi
cane and wood 'seit.;togeUier. whh'kt' A
assortment of Furoiture, such'as
Sofiss BooF Cases,
and Plam.Deinsm aus
For sale cheap for cashor ood 1 e6.
J,.' F,' 8UTHEIfM N D.
Camden, Jan10,1848 t
ounteriille, 0. 9.
E. HLMEL ICHAmp,
qontractor in teI
llaving I9eated hidiself in" S vi1
now prepared to .'xecute ll nds
in the above lin ob reasoneLb t m
.A share of public patrone is soicited
2 doorvesto the M dist Parp
Fntertaisnent ati the Elan
The subscriber. bega lave to. infor:m I
friends and the.Public generally, that he hi
opened a Jhouse of' Enterttininm~t but4
quarter of 'raile fromn ths Clarendo Pepi
on the.Stage Road, where he will 'be reaQ
to acconmmodate customers by the 15th!1
lie haopesi'by close attention - to business,
give oneral satisfaction to all that iny
vor him with theircitatom.
- THOS. 'MCGEE.8
March 0, 18480 19 tf
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepard to execute orders Wal
extent in the above line, both for .new wo:
and repairs. Our' Gius, are not surpassed.1
any made in the State, possesing all the'a
vantages of,,the Falling Breast and Shidh
Ribs, which saves a get deal in way sofgr
pairs. We so' use te StE. ,1'te- Saw~
with teeth set in an anl tha cannot poesib
injure the finest saple, with an- inrine
to regulate tie meting of the coft'on; ou brui
is constructed on a lne gvn'g..at once, ti
advantages'of lightness, strengt! ad fore:
all very material in the uess u ieratyi
of a Gin. We would invite planters'to ci
at our 'shop and examine. ;or themselvt
whilst we would assure thojujhic gner all
that 'they shall have no caus'e to coinple
either of our work or prices.
We are also prepared to do -work in ti
Cabinet' line-such as Bedsteads. Wardrolh
Safes,.Dook cases, Stands, Tables;Cn-pioild
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
HUDSON & BROTHER.
ousite the Preus 'i chutrch,
Sumterv' 'e, April 22, 1 ". 26 y
M188S HORT, .in compliance with sti
wishes of her friends, has .opened a 111G
SCHOOL for Young Ladies, for which-sl
trusts that the advantages of education at
the experience of a long course of years, d
voted to the duties of a Teacher, have du
preare .hr.Her number will be..limite
an h ilendeavor toprocure, as soon a
bar prospect. will~warrant it, such assistani
as will ensure the high standard at- whkc
Her terms are, per session of five month
For general instruction, including
Vocal Music,.-.-.-. . .. (2
Music, - - . . . . 20(
Use of Instrument per session, .2 (
French 9r other Languages,- - . .20 (
Drawin in Pencil and Palnting
inater Colors,.-.. .. .5 (
Miss Hoa-r isereoting a commiiodious Scho
House, and board can 'be procured in high1
ayments required at the eo fc
semssion, or 'at the time- whenaunyrppf,
withran from the school. Nolov~
a~d ft as~ unless on
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