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'A - yeareC
C a r-ofhoPresst
ihus n46d abl
Ii ~ir n h redw
c eir ess
W iitj one mule.
'~ .~6jjJJ~1, 4wn res
Im r ;A
er niiIto th'e'busi
n 'dollars (#10.
PJW SumAter Dist.
GON, * ,
n ." C..
thiu day assoeciated
w b e conihicted uin.
1A RSON & CO.
I! SHOES!! I
'6.Wdcl reectfully inform
'hlk<lneraly that he
a complete asor
. teasorfable te"una
wel as any in
nImVelder, belrg a
Note, cIedf ithin ie .prison -rullis
-i - ridIIurtef.M by virtue of a
saisfacnduma the' suit
diMu i iapd the said William
Id~hytn fied iti my office his pti.'
*1t~h u o oa b, of his wsole
~N for the liin fit of
- ssemnbly' for the
enti the said Jacob
is ~l~olor ~reditore of( the
~m~el~r44~~ d appear at
~if~n~t~P~ 1dbehoden at
~ ini'ndfor he Di-strict
t~4~cofd M in Novem.
* eSauei .iy tej'Cn
a ~, t~~ asigned~and
e ot ro'asions of
o r' foFthe.
* c. c. rs.
~frined in New
aot the first of-last
ht~i~i~itus go at the Otdi
50 G3 ~adde,. ~-'
be Gfoot Train an
oIdio TUr i e co.
Bol k nhice n
T HOMItON1NM EpICINE&S
Embi-a9 ' et aleiised In'therPrise
-06h otorypof EphrainLaribeof
Perfli .Combs, Bryshes,.SOaps and
Fancy rti s Hair:Oil, col4 Crean,' shar
g cream , nch and American.Tonlet pow
der, Boxes and Pufre; chalk balley &c- &e
which he offbre at a gteat reduction for aih
or al aife-d edit.:
NearlyoppnsifkMasontc Hall, Camden,8. C.
Aug. 9,1848 40
Na B. Mr..Z. J., DEiAY ifillcontinues to
act ahmy A-ntand Attorney and will give
his Undivided ateiott l'9df kde
ed th' me-for Medicines connectid with the
The subscriber vill be in Washington
during the month of August, and will
a ar rangements by Which he may "pro
cure in the -shortest time and at least: ex.
ponse, the Warrants for 160 acres of. Land,
or In- lieu thereof .Government crip' for
8100 00 due each. member, or the heirs-at
liw: of each deceased member of Company
A,aPalaietto Regiment. may
1H6 'will be happy upon his return in Sep..
t4nber to further these claims and with no
chRges'on his part.
JAMES D. BLANDINdR
July7 1848. 139 4t
Just received and for sale at the Old Drug
Store, a few Turnip and Cabbage seeds.
J.-J. M L;LER,
Druggist, Sumterville, S. C.
The subscriber keeps constantly oil hand
to HIRE a BAROUCHE, single horse Bug.
and ukeyand Hoses; all of which can
o9btaie-w for Cdsh. -
July 2, 1848. 39 C m -
BLACK AND GUN SMITH.
We, the undergigned, inform our friendso
-neighbors, and the public, that we still con.
tinue carrying on the- above business in Ful
ton, one mile from Mr. J. Dyson's Factoiy on
thep 0 blic river road. We also return our
greafal acknowledgments for the liberal sop.
port. we havo had for eighteer monthsj and
iolicit a -ontiraarrce of theit . patronage.
The subscribers also inform their friends and
the public, that they are in wvant of a black
boy as an apprentice to learn the Black
Smith's Business, and wvould be glad to ob
tairr on imnditey
8. U. D168CilAMP~,
Ju 12, l------3 4
Ma8. L. Bi AKER ofibre for -salej-rier'resi.
deuce in the, southern part of tiI village of
SumtervillediAThe -Dwelling - House, which
i commodione'and nealf ad } 'ell cotistruct.
1d--is situated upon a sp .:6'um lot "contain.
lng 18 acres, borderjg~ 'westwardly upon
Broad street. Uponr the premises are con
venient t-bulrildingar. Its retired position
renders it especially'desirable for a ?ebid6hed.
I1cr store lot in the village of Sumterville,
situated u n Broad street, Iinmediately op.
.oite to China's Hotel, and in the-centre of
bsiness operations, having 80 feet front and
runining back to Mr. P. O'tlullivan's lot.
These will be sold together or separately.
Fr terms, which willI be accommodating,
a ply to Mrs. L. D. Baker, Maj. Win. E.
July 12, 1848. 37 tf
Elijah Reynolds B eclarationr in At.
vs tachmrent in Assumn.
Isaac D. Whitworth.) . sit.
Whereas the Pl;aintmff in' theo above stated
case having this ~day filed his -Declaration
agaimet the 'Defondant, who is absent fed
Me #ithout the limits of, the State,-(as it is
said) and' aving neither, ife xtonig
'known1 upen wh om ac ' of thq abxv Do.
4daratlon, withlibra~le t~ l thereto; may be
servpdf Itis therefore- in puranef the
Acts of the General Assembly of the ~State
lh such cases made and- provided, Ordered
thtthe Defendant do plead thereto oni or be.
. U egitteentigday'of June,A. I3g
oto naandaoolate judgenientih
errg~vo anid awaaled against him.'
1lii eas,4 Sumter O~~?
-' ~Y~ V'XFONE ec. c...
~80)- 3- gilryd -
- . - .La.-a
-h ~ 8 m heaJrajto and
omC i sfone cald daytro.
rrm ndA ,s ever day..
'Jly 8 7 St
yero CA. SA. in CA .
&ei u ins,
RW. Chin er, tone of the dlefenidens,
bei coAfiied within the Prison Boundsof
DDistrict, oa writ'of caplas sd
iatsface aathe suit of Miller,
i:o.,-and thd aldbfendant havi
hia Petitio in mty office rying for: t ii
*tgof:the Act of.'tle General Assembly.
kinde foijhe relief of Insolvent Debtors, to.
eteior with a schuie of his eatate and ef.
rects: Notice is.:hereby -given to all the
ereditors of the said defendant,: and especial.
l to Miller, Ripley & Co., to a7ar at the
Lurt of: Common Plea~,to beed at lDar'
i.gton Court House, pn thedthirdmondag
(beig the 16th day) in Oiober next, to
show cause ifaidy can, why the estate
d effects of thiid r bort W. Chandler
should not: be assigne,inad ho. discharged
aceding to the provision of 'the sad At.,
Clr -, J H:IJUGGINS, c..c.i'.
e'sOice, Darlington,C. H.p 38
tnCuary 28, 184.A . m
Samuel D. McGill )'
a ads. - Ca.S.on Sum.Po
a l. Matthews.)
The defendant,.Samtiel D. McGill, ho I
aonflned within the bounds and limit,, ..:a
fail of Willismsburgh District, by virtne of
a writ of capias ad satisfaciendum at the suit
Jf Samuel P. Matthews, has filed in my
office his petitioni praying for the benefit of
the Act of. the General Assembly for the re
lief oflsolvenat. Debtors, togeter with a
schedule of his estate and effects: Notice
s hereby given to the said Samuel P. Mat
thews and others -the creditors .of the said
Samuel D. McGill. to appar at the Court of
Comon Pleas to be holden at Williamsbu
Court Hlouse on the third Monday after th
ourth Aonday in, October next, to show
aause, If any theycans, why the estate and!
efets of the ;aid Samuel P. McGill should
ot be assigned, and she be discharged ac
cording .to the provisions of the Act of the
General Assembly for the relief of Insolvent
W. it SCoTr, c. c. rs. -
Office of the Common Pleac, 37
ilhiamsbrg Dis. July l , 1848. 3m
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
extent in te aoe line, both for new work
and repairs. Mooi lins are not surpassed by
an idde in the State, oesing all the ad.
vantages of the Fallingreast. and Sliding
Ris which saves a get deal in way of re.
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Sa*l
with teeth set in Att *gt that catto possibly
mijre e inest stape, with an iprvment
to regulate the eicn of e Aotto our brush
is c4 structed on a pan, giving -at once, the
advantages of lightness, strength and force
all very material in theE successful operation
ofa Gin. We would .invite planters to call
cit e& shop . an'd examine for themselves,
Uelrilst we would assure the public 'enoealy,
that they. shafi ftare fo- cause to complain
either 'our work or p rices.
W - aealse p'epatred to do work in the
(.abinetJine-such as Bedstehos. Wardrobes
Safos, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards,
&.c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
IHUDSON &, BROTHER.
Taken up by the subscriber,.on 'fuesday,
the 9th iust.,a sorrel MA RE, with a'star on
the forehead, and about 1& or 16 hands high.
She w'.as found in the possession of a negro
boy, -1.. says ho stole her frmaMr'. George
Ne r. .i the 54 mile house, on the common
road. The owner Is requested to coime for
ward, ps'ovo pvopertyr, pay expenses and take
18 mile House, state roei,
May 18, 1848. 33 tf
A. J. & P. MOSES,
Ofers for sale on as reasonable terms as
aan be obtained in Sumterville, a very lag
assortment of of Goods, .com praing Dr
Goods, Grocedrl'iadware, (.utin , Crock.
o~y Saddlory, hoes and Boot., hats and
Caps, Ihonnets, Cooper's ware, Carron ware,
~gPaints,: Oils, Carriag Tuimmis gs,
ecfnry, Gasden seeda & &c
sou n U
e not. r9r1.
leru v lnt'tu eaaci
tO $ mOnR re
prove uond warnt lO ~s ta
s .io6 orhiit A_1
The .uscrbert retu in u'jwt
tis to nufacte G I
"'m yo id totog
So o fn w a r raose t h e m - " i k o
int* -or mnsb pt 1*~n
asMcrtepairin Millb rfaith rlys tos
The subscribeir. repiecfOaljy'reique~s~
6hare, fthe parng o'the, plant I
if I you' i.- to8 V OURtTQI041bgj
one of those H Ri IL, vl nw
as McCreight's Mill I ad expreayt,~
attached to Gin.Ge' The fubicribe
has a fe n hanL
MrOrders for Gibs or Mil dvill bpr
ly attende4 to.
Camden MIay,1848 Orn
The Stb a*
Begs leave'i informis ts stineru andthi
the public generally, that he has jut ecely
ed a eneral assortment ofUfEDICINES
whic he itill dlspa.ofas@ wtheycaa
eafbided inthip: ;
M3I1 LLERU, M. .
A very heavy supply of each oni band ain
for sale by
* ~ A. 1. & P.:MQ .
MONTGOMIRY (ArL.) . 21184
J. 1. M. EprING, Esq;
Dear Sir-Your prepaation St1 glag
or 'I-QuOe's Delight 1s attraotingisome at
tention in this place; and we think it only ne
cessary that it should be attainable to rende
it very saleable. * *, *Beloww
will give you a fewt linda from Dr. Beuie i
reflecting the opinion of thedprofessio*i
of the merits of the preparation,'Dr. B.' isA
Physician of large practice and extended re
putationj abd whose recommineidaioy. .Woulm
go far to extend the sale of yohr Medicie
you can send un a lottothee of T. G
Mobile, * * * *
.12NNINGS & CAFFM', DIIUGOIST8
Mr. 3. P. M. EPrNG!
Sir,'-! aiD pleased to discoel from th<
accompanying letter of Messrv. Jennings d
Caff'ey, that they have applid~t you for al
Agency for the sale of youfr pireparation c
Styhng:a. It would be1 I am per*adaded
greatly to your interest to establish an Agen
cy lhere, and should you determine to do se
Jenning & Caflee would do as well for yoi
as any ousein tis plee. They az fespeii
sible and clever gentlemen, well known ti
the community as such, and you would~ con
fer a favor upon thle faculty generally, a, we]
as the people, if you would place us in pos
session of your preparation. --I have eve
been pleased with the (tylingia in the treat
ment of,certain afectiolist havirig first receiv
edi an acquaintaftee 'iitit its remnedial proper
ties, years since, from my friend and pieceD
tor Dr. Thoe. Y. Simons, of your 'city, t
whom I would riefer youa, if I, thought neges
GA~A&fEt 1 EY, M.
I publish the above letters to still furthie
satisfy the public of thve value of unyjea
tion of Sarsapalaande Qued e Jlig
The last one showe concolusively hiow'-It
estimated by the more enl ghtenedponida no
thme Medical profossions and neetseabtuinl
the sneers, &c., &cofp eofuwolh
and curi., people whfch? traidi
3. P. MEPIlIG1 Cianist and D U
No. 277.King-sut., opposite See.~t
Feb. 23, . 7~ti
I have epointed Major Willian 1~
ardona . uttefneygimmpediately toigt
a clor *. I settle up a17 matters a4 ~g
perta in : to my late Sheriiity tBbt
District. Mnd zrequest all persons ce44~
to take notice hereof.
All persons. idobte4 to me are~ - que
to make immiedire 'n to anm~~
rue, are requester;f%
Feb 1" 8. t i
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