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14DRA aN aiiididafe j
electien to 'idItent Clketi Cour
for Suiiater.Dlerietand ob'II e the.
April 26th 1848..~ 26a tf
(jpWe'are authoirized to n.
tioupco DAltlEI I R COIlG, a can_
didath faiihe effle of Clerk at the ensuia
Jan7, 846. 18
- .FOR. TAX COLLECTOR.
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nounce NAL A14D10 WATYTS sq., ai
county at b ensuikg Election,
- ~ ~ MAY, tENDS.~
The sbecriber offerefor sale, the Tract of
Land am whic!4he now lives, containini Four
Hundred ad Ffy-Four Aeres; one hundred
and acres cleabad and undergod
fen ;! abhi1 0f tha ame, eared iset
winter; he baance, good tinberdd laddwith
a comfortable Framed Dwelling Houe lin
gleitbry), with Plaza and Shed Roomaind
necessry and convenient out-buildings
the' plade healthy--good water, and good
range for gtock.
The-above land is situated.on the Charles.
ton goad,.nipe wmiles lpelow Sumterville in. the
neighbojood4f Bethel Baptish Churchaud
Ebpezer Methodist Church and Priateer P.
0.' Persons wishing to purchase had better
come and-ee for theinselvei, as a good bar
gain may be had.
Sept. 6, 184S. 45 Gm
so &T-CAOL sP' IITRA IST.
INi THE:CoIIXO$ PLEAS.
B. N. Pen ck Declaration in Altach't.
Benj. J. D. Yest, Debt.
Wherea the plaintiff in this action did on
this-dayfile his elaration against Blenj. J,
DrAest' the defendant, who ih absent, from
and without the limit.-of the State of Sotath
Carglina,:(asit is said) and having neither
wife or. attorney known,. upon whoin a copy
of the above Declaration with a rule to plead
thereto, may he served:
It i therefore ordered,.that the defendant
do plead thereto on 'or before the twenty
fourth day of May next, otherwise final and
- absolute judgiment wvill be- then given and
awarded against the said Benj. J1. D). West.
. D. JONES, c. c. c. i.
Clerk's office, Sumter Dist.[
May-23d, 1848. .~ 31 qf lad
IMPROVED COTTON GINS,
Thankful for ,past favors, .the subscriber
wishes to itifermn the public, that he still
Mfanufactures"Cotton Glins at his esitablisli
mont in tateburg on the most improved and
appiroved' plan, of the most simple construc
tion, of thie finest finish, and of the beet ma.
ternisl, to-wit: Steel &Sws and steel plated
Ribs, case hardene'd, in which lhe will sell for
Two Dollars per Saw. Ho also repairs old
.Gina and puts them in complete order, at the
shortest notice. All orders for Gins will be
promptly and punctually attendedtto.
Stataburg, Mfay 1, 1848. 27 tlj
*'1he subscribers beg leave to inform they
frend. and the puiblic generally, that their
have entered into copartnership under -.he
firm of CONWAY & WI NN, for the pur
poset'cariJng on the Tailoring iuuiness.
'la hy takenthe New Building next
dO 'e6 hiin's Hot'el. They intend
kceepwg ageneral assortment of Cloths, Cas
sirieses, Vyesting~s an'iTrimmings, and hope
oy strict atteipon to businiess temerit a con
inuanco of the patro~nmge heiotofore so liber
ally extended to'the'm.
D. J. WINN.
Jf duary 1848. 12 tf
Begsaleave'to inform his customers and the
the publio generally, that he has just receiv
ed s general assortment of MEDICINES,
wh ch he -wlll dispose of as lowv as they can
beaafibrded in this place.
J. L. MULLER, M. D.
'.~piainNOTICE. h ~iil.
wplcto ill be mas~ptoheLgsa
ture at ta nexltsession fqr an Act to incor
Aug. 18,1849. - '483
'Plubndsignid havinr associated themn
setlM ~J~b~1r otice of Medieine, respect
fullri1Ifvte~p~renge of theoir friends and
th 1(2n~:ighedound at Dr. Mi..
ler' gtro .B
Aug4 I6R.b4~ sit, . D.
s A 161 tF
car 1 -
th !:R F; a Iaeedo
te-Dvii;ar e u'teidtinto hind he- n ri
ri Ihiin u ectors; -ll4iv
o; idt a'd wi b exoited
ette1840 a t e -a airsif
said Estate WhI -oc1o:ed6 atthat time.
-Oct. 848. 1-u5 tf
Dutch Herrings; No;-1Mackerell:Leon,
Soda, Butter, and Wine Crackers; Lobsters,
Sardines; Nd. Ca. Bieon and Iar.
Charleston Braid and OherooteSega
& A J.k P. MOS ES.
Persons indebted to the late Dr. John Boyd,
atre required to make immediate settlement,.
and those to whom the Estite is inidebted
will, resent. their demands, properly attested.
C. R.L OYD. l Ada'rs.
Oct.18 . 52 6
GIN MAKITNG, &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
any niade in the State, po0ssing 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 tSteel Plate Saws,
with teeth set in anangle that cannot possibly
-injure the finest staple, with an improvyment
to regulate the mting of the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a plan, giving at once, the
advaatages of lirrhtness, streng1tiand force6
all very material in the euccessful oleration
of a Gin. We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure thepublic genterally,
thai they shall have no cause to c6nplam
either of our work or prices.
- CABINET MAKING.
We nar also prepared to do work in the
Cabinet line uch-as Bedsteads; Wardrobes
Sea Book cases, Staride, TailesCupboards,
&c. &c. at short n6ticc, on liberal terms.
HUDSON & BROTHER
Op site the Preslyterian church.
Rumterville, Aril22, 147. 20 ly
TO THE PiANTERS8OF SUMTER
Tesubscribers, the fpiier of wvhomn has
recently had erected on his plantation one of
Provost's Patent swing~ing Fulcra Cotton
Presses, wvith which he. is wvell pleased, and
believes it to be fpr superior to the Screw
or anything now in-use for Cotton -acking
purposes, h-ive purchased the l ight of said
Press for Sunmter District. This.- Press has
been in Puccessful operatIon for three yearg,
In regard to the convenience of the Press, it
can be attached to the Gin-hoiase, and shel
tered all under one roof. It is well calcula
ted to press from four huindred and fifty to
five hundred poemnds of Cotton in four and a
half yards of Bagrging, and thant with one mule.
Persons t'isshmg to build their own Press
wIll be furnished withi a bill of timbamrsannd
dimensions for Twenty. Dollars, (820.)-.
The subscribers bog leave to inform the pub
lie that they have workmen now 'ready to
attend the building of the Press.
Mechmamiics, wishing to enter into the busi
ness,can have by one hundred dollars ($100.)
worth, at 815. per ri hit. Any further infor
mation wantiog, a pp to the undersigned,
JA M S S. TINDA LL,
*Friendship, P. 0. Suer. Di.
- R. F. LIGON,.
Sumlerrille, S. C.
June 21, 1848. :34 Om
I hae apoitedMnjo Wilia E.Rich
ardsn m Attrne, imnedatel tobring to
a coeand settle tip all matters and things
pertaining to my Into SherifF'alty of Sumter
District: and request all persons concerned
to take notice hereof.
All persons indebted to me are: requested
to make imimedinte payment to my said At
Iorney:-and those- having demands against
me, are srequested to present them to him
THIOS0 . WILDER.
Feb.12,1848- 18 tf
~Notice is hereby given, that application
wil. be madle to the Lebislature of this State
at its nextusession for a charter to incorpor..
ate the "Bradford Springs Female Institute
SSumterille, Aug, 14, 1848. 42 tf
Applicfitien willl be mode. to' tle Legisla
ture at .its next session for a charter of,
Bridge across Lynches Creek.
Aug. '48. 48 tf~'NS
Application pill be rmade to the Legislatuire
ut its next session for an Act to incorporate
THE SUMTERI BkASS BAND."
Aug. 12, 184S 42 8m
Apctinwill be inade at the next seos
ion or thu Legislature, to incorporate the
rillage of King tree..
Aug. 12, I88 42 lpmf3ni
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,AGENT OF THE-CBRML
04.H-All o istr
will., un87, dtfh '
And for ial b ithubsc
stockof PAINLTS O&-O n
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no t 1ae p k1
phnLBankfs ,i Wyod
M arhrlE 4~ffeHawk .
cilin orStephewibMy lkjm
belli,7defeddaisc inkhdid'a psa e
side without this Stte it i
dered, that- the~y doppenaratitd.
Divis'ionor ie ofth R
Corbett, senior, deceasuid--.un o '"
third day of -anuary hnext, oitbscr 6ri
willk obPIentereo reord.
Jas. Ilodge, and ohersaefend'nt
It appearmg 'to miy natisfactii
dca,-rside without the .ish tae tth
appear ad object to athea di4 botisiiew
tihen Reaslae of ThomRas B.a9Velltiaeu'
onor before henin eeaendayiroe 4tIer
ne rthea ofJnansetoth saeil e,4a
il etered of record.
Ocpt.1, 1848. (48)(49
80UTil CAROLINi--SUiT ti~YT
Wms. Sader and oters.fnni
The pcrdito of SadefandoRt~a
Sth Judme aend Etontin th byp8 a
No aCr, 8dOwtho t thgie nat d ehi
toited it i thetime orf thatsite of th
ppertyan objae to thne db n .Od.
thei dead givingo cdThoma ll teod
ondo ~fr e tablisinteethda ot etes1e
ntin, or theo ntt daye .meileen
sep. 1 , ~IV.LEIS, cl LER
Sumervl Au 148% (#8,n1
Rsier &f Midway for th.
ton u andertae many levth ir p
Dh r.ed. ithr fners and w9 a
ticularest at tbe tearned i ~f h
mup roe oad befoe &tier. b'Wn
Rihadsn t.wt th13pd14B~en
The eubnsrir woulditfuariAin
nd frhienshn thea putmlnagnere lta.
ti movedytoe tand oforme
by dr.Aonwa ;h~ir~
Thus cmite apoited y-h
topletake, ay leettirng p~s~a.~t
can. am. woo. Wiateon rh~j
autb ndelaenorestesing ,.p~.~
harsl ee tor th stnormlyp4
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