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aRos o lnd
S., levie upon as~
Sumter,,at the suit af
Bumter, Ex'i. of
ores of land
9 omm Ed -- -levied
6 . S. C, Deschamps,
?Gadsden, under mort
SKINNER, S. S. D.
~f~i? ~ ~b ~ th July 1848.
S lT-f R IFF'S SI ES.
of sundry Executions to me di.
M b sold.at: umter Court House,
,oidyy, and day following in
within the' alg hours of sole,
b the following
-ty Purchasers to pay for
SC t and'Horse, Saddle
d n as the property of Johu
0 th suits of Jas. Keels 3 cases,
To be sold at John P. June's
r eVJ reipdon, on Tuesday 8th August
A VE YiSKINNER, S. S. D.
X SA OF MORTGAGED
&oftbrefor sale,, at Sumter Court
seqn .the first Monday in August next,
oebthe name of Nanny, levied up.
e sold to forecloso a mortgage giv.
I. Belser t' Willis Ramsay.
nAgei to Foreclose.
,'45 July 1848. 34 4t
OUTH CAlROLINA---SUITER DIST,
B virtue of an order from William
vit uire, Ordinary of Sumter District,
1Iwi11 si1 on the *first Monday in August
iext at Sumter Court House, between the
legal hours of sale,
A TRACT OF LAND,
iontanlnj three hundred acres more or less,
Ituated.m Clarendon on Taw Caw creek,
waters of- Santee--bounded by lands belong
hi tothe Estate-of Evan Benbow deceased,
*kobertiBowman and the [Hopper lands, be
lotig'n to the Estate of Seth S. Kellumn, de.
Terms: On a dcedit till first day of Janua
ry next, (all fees-cash,) the purchaser giving
Bond with -good-security and a Mortgage
of th. premises to the Ordinary for the pay.
m of tle purchase money, with interest
frol the aiy.of sale.
XARVEY SKINNER, S. S. D.
th J 1848 36 t
As 11. aD BAKER offers for sale, her resi.
dnee outhern part of the village of
Sflinfevb'd The Dwelling House, which
is comm.ious and newly and well construct
e satut dupon a spacious lot contain.
ig18 ares, bordering westwardly upon
sptet n the premises are con
vement out-buildings. Its retired position
reders It especiallly desirable for a residence.
~ - ~ --A~SO
'Her store lot in the village of Sumterville,
situated upon Broad street, immediately op.
poite to Ubiha's Hotel, and~ in the centre of
business operations, having 30 feet front and
running baclk to Mr. P. O'&ullivan's lot.
These will be sold together or separately.
For terms, '~ will be accommodating,
apl .to Mrs. .~!l Baker, Maj. Wmn. E.
~,juy 12,848. 37 tf
DARLING TON DISTRICT.
-'IN. THE COMMON PL EAS.
Miller, Ripley, & Ce,,J
vs. >CA. SA. IN CASE.
Chandler & Huggins,
R.4-W Chander, -one of the defendants,
bein copfined within the Prison Bounds of
Darsntn District, on a writ of cai'as ad
shtisfaciendum at the suit of Miller, Ripley,
& 4.the said defendant hnving tiled
his izfniy office, paying for the ben
madl-fo Act of the General Assembly,
usaa ei relief of Insolvent Debtors, to.
gether with a schedule of his estate andi ef
fects:*Notics is~4liereby given to all the
creditors of the said defendant, and-especial
ly to Miller, Ripley, & Co., to appear at the
ourt of Common Pleas, to be heold at Dar
lington Court 'House, on the third monday
(being the-16th dar) in October next, to
show cause if any t oy can, why the estate
~and effects of the said Robert W. Chandler
should not bq ~igned, and he discharged
aecording to ti ~oiion of the sad Act.
H.HUGGINS, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Darlington C. HI. 38
January 8,1848. 3m
&muel D. McGill
S ads. Ca. Sa. on Sum. Pro.
The defendant, Samuel D. McGill, who is
confin'ed within the bounds and limits of the
Jail of Williausburgh District, by virtue of
a writ of capias ad satisfaciendum at the suit
of. $amuel P. Matthews, .has filed in mny
office his petition pray'q for the benefit of
the Act of the.Genera Asemably for the re
lief of iusolvent Debtors, together with a
schiedule of his es to and elkects: Notice
is hereby given t4e le said Samuel P. Mat
th'mand- others 'the creditors of the said
Satbuel D. McGill. to appear at the (Court of
Colnmon Pleas to be holden at Williamsburg
Court Holise on the third Monday after the
fourth' Monday irf October next, to show
cause,'if any' they cais, why the estate and
effecnte of the said S'ainuel D.. McGill should
northe ssign'ed, and he be dischai'ged sc.
cordirig~'to the proisions of the Act of the
General issembhl for thes relief of Insolvent
WR. SCCOTT, c. c. ps.
Offiee oftbWComnion Plea., . 37~.
Willianshurg Diet. July 5, 1848. O
C.,aro f HEN -NU }Wuiigtn,
Wilmington N. C. Juy 22, 1848.
ON TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and
SATURDA YS, the -Passenger Train of the
Camden branch, after meeting the Morning
Train from Columbia atethe Junction will pro.
ceed to Columbia, and re1nrn in time t6 meet
the Evening Train from Charleston; thus af
fording the citizens of Kershaw, Sumter and
Richland an opportunity three times a week,
of visiting Columbia and returning home the
same day by Rail Road.
Time Table of Accommodation Train on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: -
LEAVE. - LEAVE.
Clarement,- 6 30 A.m. Columbia, 1 00 P.m.
Midleton, 7 30 '" Gadsden, 2 15 "
Junction, 8 15" " Junction, 2 45
Gadeden, 8 45" " Middleton,4 00 " "
Columbia, 10 00" " Claremont,5 (0 ""
The name of the Station near Manches
ter hitherto called CLARENDON Is changed,
and will in future be called MIDDLETON.
rho Station near Stateburg is called Clare.
The Sumter and Camden Stages run in
connection with the above train, and passen
gers taking this line to'Columbin, wil meet
with no detention either going-or returning
:n those days.
The Caniden Stage meets the Cars to and
from Charleston and Augusta every day.
Engineer Cam. Branch.
July 8, 37 3t
Taken up by the subscriber, on Tuesday,
the 9th inst., a sorrel MA RE, with a star on
the forehead, and about 15 or 10 hands high.
She was found in the possession of a negro
boy, who says he stole her from Mr. George.
Norris at the 54 mile house, on the conmon'
road. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay expenses and take
ber away, CARSTEN VASSE,
18 mile House, state road,
May 13, 1848. 33 tf
A. LORYEA takes this method of inforna
ing his friends and the public generally, that
lie has removed to Manchesteri and has open4
ed an excellent assortment of Goods, which
he. will sell low fur Cash or country produce;
or will give the usual credit to punctual cus
tomers, &c. &c.
JUST..RECElVED PER RAIL ROAD.
2000 pounds Bacon, shouldere,
15 sacks salt,
10 boxes soap, ,
3 boxes Madeira Wine,
Loaf s lgar, Tea, Cofle and Flour.
Manchester, Sumter Dist. June 22, 1848.
By DRUCKE R & CO., a full and complete
supply of SA DLER Y, CUTLERY A ND
HAR DllWA RE, consisting of almost every
article which belongs to the above specified
lines, which will be offered at the lowest pri
r.es. Enquire at the
CA MDEN BAZA AR,
_______ Opiposite the Camden Bank.
Two or three white boys as apprentices to
learn the carpenters trade. Apply at this of
Jan. 19, 18418. 12 tf
DR. J. J. B088ARD,
Ihaving located in Sumterville, respectful
ly solicits the patronage of his friends and
lis oilice is three doors above A. J. Moses'
store, where lhe may be found at any time,
unless professionaly engaged.
A pril 12, 18483. 24 ly
The undersigned would respectfully in.
form the Public, that his psresent stock of
MED)ICINES were purchased in New York,
(and withr a few exceptions) from the Mann.
facturers. Purchasers may rely on their be
ing fresh and genuine.
J. L. MIL LER,
At the sign of the Golden Mortar.
Sumnterville, S. C.
Ready-made Clothinug: Shirts, Vests, Coats,
and P'ants, by
A..I. & P. MOSES.
WILLIAM J. GERALD,
Will attend punctually to all business en.
trustedl to his care, in either of the Blanks in
May 10, 1848. 28 4t
CHOICE GROCER IES.
CONSISTING IN PARIT OF
Browr, [,af, Crushed and clarified Sugars
Java an dRio CotTee, H yson, Gunpowder
and Black Teas
Delta, N. Orleans and Cuba Molasses
Raspberry, Pine Apple and Lemon Syrups
Walnut and Tomnatto Catsups
Old Madeira, P'alo and Brown Sherry wines
Confectionary, Candles, Raisins, Al mends,
10,000 super Spanish Cigars
5,000 do 1-2 do. do.
10,000 North Carolina Cigars, at 50 cents pr.
box. together with a good assortment of
Crockery, Glass, &c.
20 Baskets pints anid qlUurts Chaim
pain i.wine, wvarranted the best quality,
at 88 and $15 per dozen,
~Byass Porter, pints andl quarts, and almost
e'very article usually found in a Grocery
W. 3. G'ERA LD'.
One door southi of thec Camden Bank.
Camden, May I0, 1848. 28
fr~t~fnin .use fo Cotton. Packiff
(poss",itepureliasedtlh i-ight sa:t
Presiortiuiter Dist icgg PrTshha
teen in successfulppration for three yeare..
eg&ad to tho pvnefice of the Pross, it
~an be attached tothe Gin-hous~e, and she)
ored all inde orie roopf. 11 is well'calcula
ed ts frme dur huid'rediandfifty to
ive hundred pounds of Cotten .in' four and a
ialf ya'd.mof Bagging, and. that with one mule.
Personewishmgtobuild -their own Press
.ili be furnished with a bill, of timbara and
limnensions for Twenty Dollars, ($20.)
Phe subscribers beg leave to inform th'e pu
ic that they have workmen now ready to
t'end the building of the Press.
Mechanics, hing to enter into the busi
ess,can have by one undred dollars ($100.)
vorth, at.15. per righ.. Any further ifor
nation wanting, apply to the undersigned,
JAI BS S. TINDALL,
Friendship, P. 0. Sumter Dist.
Sunterville, 8. C.
Juuie 21, 1848. 34 Gin
The subscriber respectfully informs the
:itizons of Sumterville and vicinity, that he
ntends to carry on the ButcheringlBusiness,
mnd that he will furnish them with the very
lest Beef -the country can afford, as low as
t can possibly be afforded, on the following
lays, tA -wit: Tuesday, Thursday and atur
lay. Having carried on butchering for the
ast eight years, punctually, lie returns his
hanks to his friends for their liberal patron
ige, and solicits a continuance of the snine.
.O. . J. CHANDLEIL.
June 14, 1818, 83 tf
The subscriber begs leave inf
riends and the public generally, that lie li3s
mngaged, hiielf, in the Butchering Business
n Sumterville. lie will endeavor to procure
he fincst Beeves the country affords: and
wvith strict attention to businers hopes to re
:eive a liberal patronage. lie will butcher
:hrce times a week or oftener if required.-:
Regular customers may run accounts month.
y. O-P1aynents required promptly, to ena
Jle hin to carry on the business. -
T. D. CHINA.
May 29, 1848. 31 .4m
Saiteruille, fi. (f.
Oflte two doors North (f) the Court House.
JOSEPH B, KERSHAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Broad-street, Camden, S. C.
Attends the Courts of Kershair, Eurfiter,
Lancaster and Fairfield Districts.
F. M. ,ADAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
O1rce in the rear of the Court House,
that formerly occupied by Blanding &
DeSa ussu re.
May 17, 1848. 20 1y
SURGEON DEN TIST,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Mr. H-. will administer the Chloroform .in
Surgical and Dentail Operations, if required.
June 7, 1848. 32 ly
THO1MA~S 3. FRbASER,~
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND SOLICITOR IN EQUIT1Y,
Fresh Soda, Butter, and WVine Crackers,
Young Hy son Tea, in 2 to. 10 oz. papers,
-1 d' z P'idcs, pts qluarts and 2 quart Janrs,
R;uius and Almonds.
L. B. IIA NKS.
(6 Doz. Fine Mladecira Wine,
:i ltbskets Chiampaingec,
I Umi:es dho
10 dozen Porter, quarts,
J int, (London).
L.. B. HIANKS.
I OOO l bs. N. CA ROLIN A BA CON
low for cish.
Itacou andI Lard.
A tine lot or Bacon and Latrd on hand and
for sale 'ht-p by M. DRUCKER & CO.
Camden,, May 10, 18418.
TIO PLANTE RS.
1Maconi and Molnsses.
A verv heavy supply of each on hand anid
for sa b- by
A. J. & P. MOSES.
A. IVEIT'IE, & CO.
Inform their customers and the public
genaerally, that they are receivinr their
SPRIAG STIOCK( from New Y'or .
Their senior partner is now in Charleston
completing their stock--which they will sell
ats low as they can be0 purchased in any
southern market for cash, or to prompt custo
mers. Call and examine our stock, and- we
flatter ourselves we n ill not fail to give satis
T1hey would also inform their friends that,
havhnq lately become agents for the sale of
FUJI'ON QSNVA BURGS, they are now
prepred o suplythat article in any desira
ble quan itie poni as w terms as it has
ever been purchased in this place. Prices
as follows:-- 1-2 cents per the hale; 10 do.
per the piece, and 11 do. per yord for all less
er quantit'ies ttpo'h timer eacyadwrntd
to wveigh 8 oza's. c rr vratd
March 29, 1848,
Ti Usela dewed
-hi a puts heee 1!0
shortest notice.- .All order 'tex'Gin I
promptly and pune'sdt e
Stateburg M -
8OUTil-CAROLINA-. JITE DIST
1N TIlE Co.hioN PLEAS.
-B. N. Penich Decaration -in Alta
Bo * D.West. -Debt. .>
reas the plamtiffin 'hisaction d1 or
thi a sle his Declaration aainnt. J
D. West the defendant .who s abson
and without the.lii i tat.l Son't
Ciaolina, (as it is said aving ixethei
wife or attorney known i n whom a copv
of the above Declaration with a xuld to pled
thereto, may be served :
It is therefore ordered, that the ddfendnt
do plead thereto on or before the twenty.
fourth day of May next otherwise final and
absolute judgment will be then given and
awarded against th# said Benj. 3. D. West..
JCr D. JONES c. c. P.
Clerk's office, Sumter Dist.
May 23d, 1848. 31 qf lad
Tho undersigned having this da ssocia.
t themselves in the Pract':e of Mediciiec
014 the firm of MELLETT & BRUNSON, and
alsofor the further purpose of carrying, or
the DRUG BUSINESS in Sumterville
would respectfully solicit the patronage o
their friends, and the community at large.
They have, and will constantly keep on hand
a large and fresh supply of D R- U G S.
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE
STUFPS, and every other article that is
common to a Drug Store.
One door west of McLean's old stand,
R. S. MELLETT,
W. W. BRUNSON.,
May 20, 1848 1 i,
And for salle by the subscriber, a genera
stock of PA INTS, OILS,DYE S7 UFF
19C. 4-e. 49c.
J. L.P0MILLER, bf.'D.
CASH will be paid for a few P Rl1fE
YOUNG NEGRO MEN-their having a
young family with them will be no objection
. Stateburg, May 24, 1848. 30 tf
- To Famiies.
No. 1 Mackerel, Lobsters in tin, Sardines
Ginger Preserves, Fresh Crackers, assorted
Almonds, Raisins, Figs,. Brandy fruit, Butter
Lard, &c. &c. &c., for sale by
A. J. & P. MOSES.
MONTGOMERY, (ArA.) JA,. 21, 184(
J. P. M. ErrINo, Esq.
Dear Sir-Your preparation "Styllingia'
or '-Queen's Delight," is attracting some at
tention in this place; and we think it only no
cessary that it should be attainable to rende
it very saleable. * * * * Below wc
will give you a few lines from Dr. Berney a
reflecting the opinion of the profession her
of the merits of the preparation, D~r. B. is
Physician of large practice and extended re
p~utation, and whose recommendation woul
go far to extend the sale of your Medicine
you canzsend us a lot to the care of T. S. G.
Mobile, * * * *
JENNINGS & CAFFEY, DRUGGISTS
Mr. J. P. M. EPING:i
Sir,-I am pleased to discover, from the
aIccomipanying letter of Messrs. Jennings oS
Cafrey, that they have applied to you for m~
Agency for the sale of your preparation e
Styhingia. It would be, I am piersuaded
greatly to your interest to establish an Agen
cy here, and should you determine to do se
Jeinnings & Cafl'ee would do as wvell for yom
as any house in this place. They are respan
sible and clever gentlemen, wvell known ta
the commnunity as such, and you would con
fer a favor tupon the faculty g'enerally, as wel
as the p~eople, if you would place us in pos
session of your preparation. I have eve
been pleased with thme Stylingia in the treat
ment of certain aff'ections, having first receiv
ed an acqhuaintance with its remedial proper
ties, years since, from my friend and precep
tor Dr. Thos. Y. Simons, of your city, t'
whom I would refer you, if I thought neces
"JAJMES BERNEY, AI. D."
I publish the above letters to still furthe
satisfy the public of the value of my prepara
tion of Sarsapar-illa and Queen's Del igh
Trhe last one shows conclusively how iti
estimiated by the more enlightened portion <
the Mledical profession, and mneetseol'ectuall
the sneers, &c., &c., of some of our would b
great Doctors who try to put it down. Why
Ilecauise i thas been the means of reliovin
and curing people1 which they had treatedi
vam for 3years.
J. P. M. EPP'ING, Chemist and Pruggisi
No. 277 King-st., opposite So'clety-st.
Feb. 23, 17 tf
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to an
extent in the above line, both for new wor
and rep~airs. Our Ginsi are not surpassed b
any made in the State, possesing all the at
vantages of* the Falling Breast and Slidia
Ribs, whlichm saves a great deal in wvay of re
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Sawi
with teeth set in an angle that cannot possig
injure the finest staple, with ani improvmet
to regulate the moting of the cotten; our brus
is constructed oni a plan, giving at once, thm
advautages of lightness, agrengthx and force
all very mnateria in the sueessful opematie
of a Gin. We Would invite planters to Ca
at .ouir shop and examine for themselvei
whilst we would assure the public generall~
that they shall have no causo to comnple:
We are also prepiared to do, wolk: in ti
Cabinet line--such as Bedsteads. Wardrobe
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboard
&c. &c'. at short-notico, on liberal terms.'
IHUDSON & BROTHER. d
. O>ostethe Prslteranchurc7k
A. COLCL.OUaGi, Eeq, giouuic h as a
candidate for Slhriff at te nextR~ection.
ltrThe f'rieiso ACO3LWHITE.
HIEAD,Vsq., .nnouhim as a at.
for Sheriff, athe enauinseefo6 r
r. Editor CceJOHN
DARGAN JUNE8 aae andidate for re
election .to the offiC a trkfhe Cut.
for Sumtae sti
April 20th, 1848.
* JWeyIrf6 thorized to an.
nounce DANIEL H RICHBOURG, a can
didate for the office of. Clerk at the ensuing
Sarn. 263, 1848' 13 tf
FOril T kCQR.
TWe are authorized to annIounc
M. NETTLES, Esq. candiate fr the f
fice of Tar Collector for Claremont county,
at the enlsuinDglection.
[I7W~e are authorized' to announce WiL.
LIAM G. BARRtET, Esil as aiaidate'(or
Tax Collector, at the euing l6ctioN
The subscriber returns his thiks'to those
who patronized him laut'seaaork He'contin.
ues to manufacture GINS up the most ap.
proved lan, aid warrants them to
other ins, inwrkmanshi a
perfortaned. They are warralited t
lITRepairibg will be afuyattended t&
The 2ubcr uest. a
share of th" .thean ters Er
this and16 , e . t
*If you wi . tHftTOLL get
one of thbeofCe) MILL8. well known
Ias McCreight' Mill, made* dpresy to b
attached to Gin .Gearing. The sbcribg
-has a few on hand.
IIJOrders for Gins or Mills, wibo promnpt.
-ly attended to. Ghos
damdenlay 1848. 30 Gm .
Begs leave to inform his customners and the
the public generally, that he has 'ust receivo
ed a general assortment of MBRDICIRES,
whic e will dispose f as lq v as they can
be afforded in this place.
J7. I. MILLER, M D.
I have appointNMajor Willamn E. Rch
r ardson my Attorney, immediately to bring d
a close and settle up. all rtittersan4 th:ngA
-ertaimig to my late Sherifiity of Satmtet
,District: and, request all persons coneprned
hto take notice hereof.
- All persons indebted t6 ne are e.esi
to make immediate paymetnt to my said At.
torney and those having deahd against
I me, are reluested to preseht thein to him
r THOS. JWILDER.
-SOUTH CAROLINAda 318ERnw'1%
Elijah Rteynolds ))eaEi inAt
vs. -tadment in Assums
Isaac D. Whitworth.) sit. 3
Whereas the Plaintiff' in:Ije above statie
case having this day filed his
r against e Defendanztr w of iho n i -
and withot the limits of e -fa s It
said) and havin neither swife nor4
known, upon .wom a cop, of the&
Sclaration, wit~ irtute toad thee *
served: Itistherefore inju th
Acts of the Gend mbly otth
Sin such cases . vided,
;that the Defend ereto on r.'
fore the oi liteent of June, A.
otherwise nal and ~ ~
be thean given and aware a.him.
Office Coin. Pleas, Sumter "-j
17th June, 1847.
- u~ #.) D. Jfy
W, R HUNTER1
AGENT OF TE FCFMETER
orer y lettto ~ s~lerae
N 1il eoet Nith profpt atdetnt
a Dec. 22 18.
becelvda fine -sdttet
pniapo and fane sitting
cae-andswoo aekta;ts l
B Wardro ] Be~4
and. PI m Ds n u ,a
I amnden, ian 1th, 1IMB 1 ~~j