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adidheftt ieriff at the iot Iq I
pril ,84.' 4't
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none DANE H,' R[CHBOURG, a can-i
, didate for theafilc of ler at the ensuing'
Jan.26,1840. 18~ t
QS We are duthenseddoa:
nptinc-ALEXANDFEI WATTS,' EiqM s
-.~ aadidate for Tax Collectorgaf Clanioht -
county 4t the ensuing Election -
idhe sui offers for sale, the Tract of
ind onwhicl'ho now lives. containing Four
Htndred and Fifty.Four Acres; one hundred:
and thirtAy-ve acres cleared and under goo:.
feice; fifty acres of the same, cleired idht
v;nter-,'he balance, good timbered land, with
a comfortable Framed Dwellidg House (sin..
gle story,) with PiauI and Shed Rooms, and"
necessary and convenient out-buildings
the place- healthy-good water,. and. good
range for stock.
The aboire land is situated on the Charles-,
tOn road, nine imiles below Sumterville, in the'
neighborhood of Bethel Biptish Church, and:
Ebnezer Methodist Church and Privateer P.
0. Persons wishing to purchase had better:
come and see for themselves as a good bar.
gain may be-bad.
T. _U JONES.
Seot. 6,1848. 45 6m
N THE COMMON PLEAS.
2 N. Penick D ~claraion in Aitsc't.
Jni. D. Wet, t.
Whereas the plaintiff in this action did ont
this, day file his Declaration against-Benj. J.'
D. West the defendant, who is absent from
and without the limits of the Stateof. South
Carolina, '(as it is said) and having neithor
wif ot attorney known, upon whom a copy
of .. .above Declaration with a rule to pleadl
thereto, may be served :
Jt Istherefore ordered, that the defendant:
do plead thereto on or before the, twenty
fourth day of May next, otherwise final and'
pbeolute judgment will he then given and
awarded agamnst the said Benj. .. D. West?
J. 1). JONES, c. C. e. P.
Ulerk's office, Sumter Dist.
May 28d, 1848. . 81 qf lad
IMPRiOVED COTTON GINS,
Thankful for past favors, the subscriber
wishes to inform .the public, that be, still
tvvfanuacures Cotton Gins at his establish..
mien i' t*.eburg on the most improved and
apprdved plan, of the most simple- construc
tion, of thle fnest finish, and of the best ma.
terials, to.wit:. Stl Satos and steil plated
Apiw'Qashardentd, in wvhich he w'ill sell for'
Two Dllars per Saw. He also' repairs old
Gims and puts them in complete order, at the
ahorteat notice. All orders for Gins will be
promptly and punctually attended to.
$taflburg, May 1, 1848. - 27 tIj
The subscribers beg leave to inform they
fronds and the public generally, that their
ei antered into copartnership under the
drm of CONWAY & WINN, for the pur-.
peoi of carrying on the Tailoring iusiness. i
'hey have taken the New Building next
dog" 4elw 'China's Hotel. l'hey intend
IieeP:agegneral assortrpe 'it of Cloths, Cas.
eImoe~, Vesting. and Trimmings, and hope,
oy strict attention t6 business to merit a con-.
inpencr of .thp patronage heretofore so liber
ally, externded to theps .
.D. J. WINN
d - buary 1848. 12 tf
Begs leave to inform his custoiners and the
the public geperally, that he has inst receiv.a
.d ed neraI assortment of MIEOJINE8, 4
.wz~ he will- dispoae of as low as they can
les rddin this place.
1. . MILLER, M. D.
~u te'n :ll ataslteo thee!
.e~y~Jnti~ P*qtce of MedicIne, respect
full;o h patron age of tlieir friends arfd
te1blo. The may be found at'Dr. Mit
9.BOSSA RD,1 M.s 'D. s
le tse ae
nehavm an demands against
f E, a?4tsid,~ diiin~i
ions l to sa d te
to settle on 1st3~, r- A. Ira o
aid Estate will tiu e
Dutch Herrings;d fAu IAh
30od9, Butter, add-V1Nibb Critn Ar Lo Wtej,
Sard.nes; No. Ca. Baco ei
Charleston Brand fl h'droofe, Sedre.
A. JK P. S
Perons indebi'ft to late :'. ioh , LS
are, required to makef m) lale settismen
and those to whom thi $t te i indbedd
will present their do po ry auesio.
J. J. B.OY
C. , YD Adm'rs.
Oct.18 52 ,
UIN MAi & 1,
We are prepared to 'ecute orders' ii
extent in the above line, both for;sew,
ind repairs. Our Gitis are i oisrpase.
any made in the State, posseaifg all h a
rantages of the Falling Breist and S1dibg
Ribe, which saves a greatdsal in way of re
Pairs. We also use the Steel Plate S-i,
with teeth set in anaingle'thitynn'ot-possibly
injure the fineststaple, with'ip improimes.!
v regulate the ninoting cth eotn; our brush
is constructed on a plan, gwng, at once, the
advau.tages of lightness, strength and force
ll very material ift the sucessul operation
>f a Gin. We would -invite planter# to call I
at our shop and leaauile for themselves,
wvhilst we would assure the jiulie generally,
hat they sh-ill have no cause to coplam
nither of our work or prices,
- CABINET'M G.
We are also prepared' tq work in the 1
cabinet line-such as Beds o. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, slvs,Cupboards, 4
ke. &c. at sh&r't6c&e,'on liberal terms.
HUDSON'&- J34OTHEa -
Opposte the y.rlyterian chych.
Sumterville, Ajbiil 22. 47 .
TO THE PLANTERS OF SUMTER
The subscribers, the former of whom has
-ecenitly liiid erected ons his plantation one of
Provost's ~Patent 'swinging Fulcra Cotton
Presses, with which he is well pleased, and
elieves it to be far superior to the Screw
ir anything now inl use for Cotton Packing
>urposses, h-ive purchased the right of said
Press for Snrnter'District. This- Press has
>een in successful operation for three years.
[a regard to the convenience of the Press, it
:an be attached to the Gin-house, and shel
ered all under one roof. It is well calcula
ed to press from four hundred and fifty to
ive hundred po'ands of Cotton in four and a
talf yards of Bagging, and that withi one mule.
Persons wisimg to build their own Press
vlli be furnished wvith a bill of tinmbar., and
limensions for Twventy Dollars, (60)
r'he subscribers beg leave to inform the pub
ic that they have workmen now ready to
Lttenld the building of the Press.
Mechanics, wishaing to enter into the busi
iess,can have by one h undred dollars (0100.)
vorth, at S15.per right. Any further infor- t
nation wanting, a ppyto the undersigned,
JAMES S. TINDA L ti
Friendshp, P. 0. Sumter bst.
R.F ION, . 1
8Sumlite, . c.
.une 21, 188 24 6in t
I have appointed Major William E. Rich
Lrdson nmy Attorneyf gaimediatlya lbring te
Sclose and settle up all matters and shmngs
sertammig to nmy hie- Sherifalty of. Sumter
)istrc.tr tas all.persona codcerned .
All persons indebted to,ne?sr':requested:
o make immedliate payment to my said At
orney: and those, having de~mands against U
ne,; are requested to presetnt thema to him "
* ~ THOS. 3. WILDE R. ti
Feb. 12, 1848. ..1(1 tf
Notice is hereby given, that application
vill be made to the Legislature of this State
t its next session for a charter to incorpor
te the "Bradford Springs remade Institute
Sumterville, Aug, 14, 1848. 42- -tf
Application will he made to the Legisla b
ire at its next session for a chasrter of
Iritige across Lynches orek.
Ag121848." ~ 48 If
Application will be'madeto'the Legislature a~
t its next. sessio t for an Act to incorporate
TH1N SVMTER BRASS BAND."
Aug. 12, 184M. - 42 3m
Apitinwilee.made at the next ses
on o: thu Legislature, to, incorporte !the F ~
lurgical ads rutt
ne, t 1848
Iving- lodhted hiimselfe
iow prepared to executeall 6dbI4Ai
ntheaiove-line on reason e
-A share of puImblic
2 door west Of M&.
AGENT O T
WA RB LEWOKj
O-All orders b lete O
vil mneivith pmin pt atte on
D .22, 1847.
Pist te 7'
And for saile by the subscite a4
took of PA INT8, OIL8,D.yBRt8'UF
-. 4tc.4 c. -
J.. M LLER DZ
H. 11. Corbetu
Ias.C(orbett and others. 3 ~ '
Phen L.1 nkP, John Wood a
Wii llanky, Ele ak, Rik
hildren orStephen Hanks and ifeJ
ieth,:dendibts in the'bi,'ie idneT *
ides without this State;_qt ihathefoie4.N
lered, that they lo'appear an .9bjot4ohe
)ivision or sale of thp Rekut e'61.s
Aorbett, senior, decease'd on orbeforethe
bird day of Janutry ns . t ro
rill be entered of record.
W; JEWiS, s.
.OcL.3, 1848. (8) 4*mi
iN ORDINAR Y
lary J. Well,., applicant,
as. Hodge, and others defendlants.
It appearing to my satisfaction tha Robert
imith and wife defendiant:s..it~ hoy. stat
d case, reside without the: uimt. of tiiis
itate: it is' thsereforesordered, that they da
ppear and object to tie division or sale of
lie Real Estate of Thomas B3. Wellr', dec'd.
n or before the ninoteenth'day of.:December
ext, or their consent to the same,wilj he en
~red of record.
WV. LEWIN4, 0. 8. D..
sept. $, 1848. 48 (s,) 1
~UTHl CAROLNA--SUMrfER DiST.
Rosiser & Yates, et. al.)
Vn. Sanders and othora.
The creditors of Sanders and Crane and
te Judgment and Execution credatorss of
I'oah Crane, whoer Judgments and-Execn..
on. existed at 146o time- ef the dale of thme
roperty ofi Cranie& Sauders by. .W6.. E.
tichardson, t..wit: the 13 and 14 Septemsber
R38,'do filp on oath, arwritten statement o'
seir 'demands,' givinfeiedit for all pyments
ad establishin thewrdemands !y lgal tos.
mony, by the fitday-of 'January next.
By orderoef the Court,
Corn Eq'y 8. D.
Sumger lle, u , 4 8'3m
The committee appointed by the Congue
rition of Midway ror the purpose of erect.
ga NE W CHURCH at that place, are sowa
audy to receive Proposals. Those "wishing
undertake, mny leave'thelr ppx~osalsu'
~r. Z3. W. Witherspomon, frowhom allpur.
culars may be learned. pAil propossals
ust be made before the stec'. next.
Addrers Salem P..O.ljum~ DistricL .
Oct. 4,. '49
The subscriber would respectfully inform
s friends and the publio generally, that he
is removed to thn stand fdraterly occupied
i Mr. A Conway.
3I MIIL4E 'I, M. D.
.Just received a fine -assortm ent of curl.
apie and fatcy ' nt lckin g chairs,
no and w~1 ~~ tt with a .ine
?otuet ? .riture, such as
* oks,- Book Cases,
V'ardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and PanDressing Bureaus,
>r sale coAn o~as
Camden. Ja '10. 1848. 1Fi~
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