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T us stuch anfr h
it tif era .or, ii as Plado
snug.,d - o Ae.e the sights
ofthe ,'cit. P- n S Carles he,
stopped ivaf itol mi front wathe Si.
C hrej city 4 datn'S. Jalsh
Charle otel, and looking up, seemed
to sor eio the building with the eye
of ana i'hitoctural connoisseur.
After satisfying his gazo he asked of
a passer-by what building it was; on
being told it was a hotel, he inquired
for the entrande, and being shown, lie
ascended the steep st9ps. Approach
ing the office he inquired for the land
lord, of whom he inquired if he could
get "a bito" to -eat. Mr. E. R.
Mudge, who was the host at that time,
and who is a hwat at all times, humor.
lng the fellow, told him lie could do so
by paying a dollar. A fter considering
for some time on this item, and gravely
looking' his host in the face, he said,
"Well I'll go it, thur's my dollar,
whar's your dinner ? '-"Well." said
the other, with a smile, "It is not
ready yet, but take a seat at the table
there, and you can amuse yourself with
pt. the papers for half an hour, when you
will hear the gong, which will inform
you that dinner is ready." "The
gong, what's that ?" asked the Iloos
ier. "Oh you will find out when you
hear it," replied Mudge. Satisfied
with this answer, the Hoosier, after
looking wildly around him, sat down and
rummaged over the papers. Time
sped on at its customary rate, when
suddenly the gong sounded, and ! as
-usual the crowd moved for the dining
Recov~ering from liis astonishment at
the poise 6f the gong, and scenting the
deliWjous fuies'of the dinner, the Hoes
iergi4e a -rush' through the crowd
- - fora seat;but being met by the, host
hisonducted to his allotted chair.
The gentlemen seated on caceh side of
him, as well as the gentleman opposite
- him liad their wine befure them.
-Aften finishing his soup, and havinw.
h iell filled, the Hoosier observ
.4 tle.men helping themselves
f A-6 1ng7 and,:sosCizng the'bottle
ahd ielhbor, he attempt
Swhimslwrnho,. was mod
n~pbUmei that the wino wa, -"pri
H r4 notseem to
'i 4tpt Lplosega sr" said
'~ ad~~ iici~dual1 with a fierce
.~ .d~If a 'i .rate winesir." Thme
~ff*I~r edigill more astonished,
ard case,. thought he
"i 'iqa totheiltrial aniy how. So
heao hetble, he seized the
bottle' o~st~ihign was just in
* h ae of-fillig his' glass, when his via
4~i~M'oechoed, "private wine, sir, if
~e,' and withdrew the bottle
~ fr~mthe fearful leakage it was about to
~' ~ '.'The 'een un," becoming enraged
~aig foiled at every side, and observ.
itia thi e was a general Simpei-ing
adtitteding among the waiters, tuirned
the gervatst wvho stood it the back of
ohi nd who had taken iwa~'his
hla for the~fifth or sixth. time, and cri
~~V1~I~ e4oto him vith an oath to bring back
fip~tand'-that if hid took it' away
again, "lied be dod drot if' he didn't
.drahspager on him," and, as suit
i etgh~~to the word,put his hand
~ ,4ri~ his bosom, alhowing the handle of
Af g'tis,ithings went on quietly,
-t 1l h~Jseert was put on the table,
*. gs'are harlotte .Riusse pudd ing
hiribtbefore the Hoosier.. This
*% ~.A hetim &itly dresr near his plate,
jliid I~~g right and loft at'his neigh.
bors,' hlped himself to a largo per.
ton tf Keeping his eyes fixed on
* the-dI W hii oating, he. perceived his
rigit ~nd rieighbor attemp~fing to with
drawlthe dish from 'himt "No you
dons't, Mister,". said -the Hoosier to
him, "that thar puddIp is private phud
din'.'" The leftehand g6nltlernati not
observing4dhat had passed, then said,
"Allow me tottake the pu'dding, sir?"
"No yeuy.canat take 'that thar puid
* dm O' sadV osisrvith a scowl,
that a priva" di,. And he i-e
Shelped hinise .. Sodh aftsr the gen
~~ en aniop~osito was-un the het of draw
ig ti e dish over to iii 'old en,
~1ster," said the Noosidr with a loolk
~ftriump~h. ,.*"I'd have you to know
L Ihatddin' is private pusddin' ," while
same time lie put his thumb to
,~ ,,. " ~ liisii~-and made sundry gyrations
athi fingers. "You'can't come it
4Vfme," hdontinued, feeling that a
heeen paeticed upon him.
3~tntion of the table being -
during the latter scene, the
if tlio around burst into ti roar of
I ~terrgaid soon the wthole story.was
*hispered from one to anther Thie
*, .~, "thng took so well that every 4entle.
S.Iuce to soiid his abpt qto
thi~ conplitont an
oi green i6i" oon became as mer
ryas alor ,iccougtjing as left
th e table, ho tur. rn .d toei gen.
tlemen and saidi " 'Wl, old (hic.
cough) follows, you (hiccough) could.
n't (hiccough) come it*er (hiccough)
me \vith your (hiecoughPrivate wihe.'
The glasses fairly danced upon' the ta
ble with the uproar and laughter which
this last remark 'created, and the Hoos.
ier, staggering out of the room, made
the best of his way to his boat.-Pica
AB- The following advertisement
tho Knickerbocker found posted on a
lamp-post in Canal street, Albany:
STRAYED OR SToLgN. -My wife
Ann Muriah. Whoever returns her
will got his head broke. As for trust
ing her, any body can do so who sees
fit-for,, as I never pay any of my
own debts, it is not all likely that I will
lay awake nights thinking about other
JAMES Q. DoBsoN.
To Travellers going North,
THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
CHARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of Lau
rens-st. daily at 3, p. m. after the arrival or
the Southern carm, via WILMINGTON and
WEIDON; N. C. PETEMRBURG, RICH
MOND, to WASHINGTON, BALTI
MORE, and PHILADELPHIA.
The public is respectfully informed that
the steamers of this line, from Charleston to
Wilnington,-are in first rate condition, and
are navigated by well known and experienced
comnansder, and the railroads are in finu or
der, thereby securing both safety and dispatch.
A TIJROUGH TICKET having already
been in operation is now continued as a por
manent arrangement from Charleston to
P'hiladelphia. Passengers availing themsel
ve4s thereof, will have the option either to
continue withodt delay throughl the robte or
otherwise. to stop at any of the intennediate
points, renewing theis seats on the line to
suit their convenience. By this route travel
lm may reach New York on. the third day
during business hours. Baggage ill be
'ticketed on board the Steamer to We1ion, as
likewise on the change of cars, at tho inter
minediato points from thence to Philadelphia.
Through Tickets to Philadelphia atgO.ach,
can be had from E, WINSLOW, Agent- of
the Wilmington and Raleigh R. R.-Compaw,
at the office of the-Gompany foot ofL Imlens
street, to whom please apply. ,Fi other in
1nnatipn inquire of
:At the Aminehin Hotel, Charleston S. C.
MayA '49 y
The:Stage will run-daily from Sumterville
dthe Claremont Depot on and after the 1st
ofMarch, and will leave at 3 o'clock in tile
nmorning, retting out on its return, on the ar
rival of the cars in the afternoon from theu
P. M. BUJTLER.
Sumterville,28th Feb. 1849. 18 (im
All persons having goods shipped to Mid
dleton Depot, will be chaarged Storage on the
same, (im cose they remain in D~epot over
seven days after the date of their arrival) and
in every such instance will the storage be
required to lbe paid before the goods are
B1. F. WILJSON, Agent.
M iddleton Depot, S. C. Rt. Ri.
June0 ;32 - 1
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The copartnership heretofore exist ingv un
der thec firm of SARGENT & MILLER
dloing business as Cuabinaet Makers in Sum
terville, was dissolved by mutual consent
(3n the 15tha inst.
DANIEL S. SARGENT,
WILLIAM B. MILLER.
June 15, 1F40-. 34 tf
The subscriber, having taken, the corner
Store, (knownm as McLeans) woaabl, mnost
respectfully, acquaint his old Friends, and
the P~aublic at large, that he wvill at all times
take pleasure to accommodIate them, in Cut
ting andl Making up Garments, in the most
Fashionable and substantial manner.
Hie wvil1 keep constantly on haand a fresh
and seasonable assortment, of outfitting, of
the latest andl most approved Fashions, and
hopes, by punctuality anad his desire to please
all, to merit a continuance of thnir Patron
age and confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan. 15, 1849, - 12 tf
Drugs and Medicines,
AT CHIARLESTON PRtICES.
Z. N. DeNIAY,
J. A. CLEVELAND,
DRUGGIST AND APOTilECARY,
NEAnLY Ot'POsITE. MAsoNIC nIALL, cAaMDEN, s. C.
Takes thais method of informing then citi
zens of Sumter, Darlington, and the adjacent
country, that lao keeps always on hanad, a
fresh and well selected stock of
Drugs, Chemnicals, Pants, Oils and Dye
Stuffs; WVindowv Glass and Putty,
Patent Medicineos and Perfumery:
:Soaps, Brushes, Combs and Fancy Articles.
THOMPSONIAN MEDICI NES,
Embracing every article now used in thme
Practice; &c. &c.
All of which will be sold1 as low as articles of
the same quality can be boughat ina Charles=
toi, FOR CAsH OR CnEDIT.
ltTPhysicians, P lanters, and Country Mer
chaip~s will- do well to give me a call before
Z. J. D).
Camden, Feb. 21, If%9. 17 tf
WA. KENT & MITICHELL,
01othin g an d, Out'Fitting:
Si8T A B L I SfNi E N T
No. 268'King-street, %rnOr of
Wentworth, Chyqeaton,,E. C.
Purchasers will flid at all times a full and
cornplete stock of Gent's.
REA.YT-A.D.E CLOT4 gNG
W. A. XENT. 0. U. MI4TCHELL
IManulfactory 1,1S Washington
Stares IV. V.
3fay 1849. 30 tf
IJUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRURIENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
GREGG, HAYDEN, & GREGG,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEWELRY, SILVER WAtRO..
Guns, Military- & Fancy Goods
Corner of King and Hlasell 'srets,
Charleston, q. C..
H. SIDNEY HAYDEN,
A. H. HAYDEN,
bny 28,1849. 30 ly
Dry Goods in Charleston
For Spring of 849.
E. W. BANCROFT, inviles the attention or
Planters and their families, who vikit the city to,
lie has now received his Spring Stock ihich
consists of every variety of Rich and Elegant
fabrics for Ladies Dress-such as,
Silk, Greaaudines, Tissue Silks, Barego, Mus.
linue, Sewiug Silk, Grnghams, Prints, L~ans,
Bombaz:nes, Chadys, Alpaca.. -. ..
Shaiwls of every Style, such as, elerant PIain
and Embrordered Canton Crape, 'ashidere,
Sewing Sik, Silk Muslin, Darege and Plain
Linens, Damnasks, Di pers, Long Lawns,
Linen Sheetings and Liueu Goods lu iRreit vari..
Hosiery, white Goods, Goods - for Ge1ra reaI
wear etc., etc.
In his DOMF'".-0 GOODS ROOiS, will
be foun,.ar tifual a comopleto asiortmint of all
the Iatding Style, of Domestic Goods, such as
'are adapted to serntairear mnd family use
He conllfdeutly iuvites attentiou t6 the Stock
as e of the
Lair eStand nost Extensive
1*1bZANodthern t ountry.
and the Price. always tho LOWEST POSSI
253 King Street. Carlosion S. C.
April 1849. 24 tf
New & Fashionable Clothing,
GEORGE A. HYDE,
SUCCESSOR To hoUSTON & anYDE, 288 KING -S'T.
Opposite 3frchants Hotel.
Manufacturer, Whlolesale anad Retail Decaler
G. A. H. Respectfully invites the attention
of his friends and the public to his largxe as
sortment of F"ashaionable and Elegant Cloth
ing now on hand, equaal in every respect to
the best custom work, to which lie is weekly
adding large supplies dlirect from his own
Manauafactory in New York.
'This Establishmient is conducted entirely
on the Cash Prinacipks both in purdhase atnd
sales, giving hinm great advatage ini his se
lections and enaling him to to sell at New
York rates. lie is nowi~ off'ering this stock,
(which is not excelled for rariety, style, beau
ty, and durability of workmnanskiip in the
Union, at such prices as to) make it an ianduce
mient for purchasing to call before making
their selections. A superior assortment of'
F'ine Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Canes, &c. &c.
constantly on hand.
WVith attentive and obliging salesmen,
gent leiiena can depend upon having their
wants suppllied immediately. All garments
warranted to fit well and give satisfaction in
117 Mr. JOHN T. DA.Y, long known in the
clorhinag line is now at thais establishament,
where lhe would be happy to see and serve
G;EO. A. HYDE,
Succestor to Houston & Hyde.
Chirleston. May 23, 18d9. 30 ly
MR. HI. 3. BRISSEN DEN, of Charleston,
Professor of Music, offers his services in the
Formation and Instruaction of Military Bands,
&c. Mr. B. is possessed of the most satis
factory testimonials regarding capability and
character. Conmmunicationas can be address
ed to the care of Mr. F. Zogbaumn, 201 King
street, Charleston, S. C.
April 18- 2.5 3m
BY STIdEN & DIVVER.
Corner of King and Soc.'ety, Streets,
CHIA RLLESTVO, S. C.
This liotel, situated in tlao business part
of the city, offers every desirable comfort
and convenience to the Travelling Comnmu
mity, and Permanent Boarders. The estab
lishmnent is conducted strictly on Tem per
ance principiles. 'TERMS MODERATE.
0UAn Omnibus and Carriage will attend
the Steamboat Whaarf, and also to the Rail
Road Depot, for thae accommodation of P'as
Feb21 17 ly
A, M,! MANIGAULT,
VANDER HORST WHARF
CHARLESTON, S. C.
June 13, 1849. 33 3t [Pd.]J
The mudersignon has just received a full
and general assortament-of New~ Goods, which
lae will sell very low for Cash or good paper.
L. B. H A NKS.
iam, 5Eaq. anousyhliles a (t26i. %~t.
O de o.f.Shittihq next elpiy *" N
M'arch 29th, 1849..' -. 24td
Sa d o
annoutce. MALLY R4OGD j~t4a
Candid.ate for the OlfCed.of Shriff 6 611t,
er District, at thn iext Election. -
cPuWe are authorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. R11AM. acandr.
dlate for the office of -Sheriff, at-th .ensiirg
sept. 27, 1848. 48
0:Ty he Friends ot Iieoliaa
B. BROWN, announce him as a dondidate
for the. Offic. of Sherifr of Sun ter -hlistrict
at the ensuing Pecti6n,
Sept. 20, 184... 47T
ITWe are authorized to announce M'ajor
FOHN BALLARD, as a candidate.:
Sheriff at the ensuing election.
April 20th, 1848.. .. 20 tf .4
0:: PThe_.lion.s 1 inliaba
A. COLCLOUGH, Esq-, anounce him as a
:andidate for Shoriff at the next Election.
April-19, 1648. . 25
0:T' We are authoriked to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. DURAN'T as a
candidate for the cflice of Clerk of the Oourt
at the ensuing election.
Nov. 8 ~ - .tf.
Mr. Editor:-Pl0ise unnouride -OHN
DARGAN JONES, de n cadidat fo re
election to the office of Clerk .of th e.gouft
for Suinter District, and oblige th
April 20th, 1848. 26 tf
O-Fi Voq are ali t se. ' a.
nounce DANIEL-H. IV R a
didate fbr the ofilce of Cler suing
FOR-TAX COLL CTOR
4-: We are authdrizod (6 an
nounci ALEXANDER WATTS, Esq., as
a Candidato-for Tax Collectorof Claremont
county at the ensuing15lectioni,
South Carolina Rail-Road,
Charleston,10.00a.m ihIlmhurg, 500a.m.
Sineath's, 10.40 dd. Marsh's, 5.25 do.
Lideon'stLo11.05 do. Aiken, 0,20 do.
Sumnerville, 11.15 do. Willaston, 7.30 do.
25MileT.O. 11.:3( do. Blackville, 8 00 do.
ltidgoville, 11.50 do. Grahamn's, 8.25 do.
Rona's, 12.10 p.mn.:Mid way, 850) do.
41MileT.O. 12.25 (do. Branchvi lle, 9,:10 doI.
Georges', 12.45 do. Reeves', 1(000 do.
Reeves', 1.00 do. George's, 10.20 do.
Blranchville, 1.44 do. 41MuleT.O.10.40 do.
Midway, 2.2(0 do. 'tss's 11.00 (10.
Graham's, 2.4) do. Ridgeville, 11.10 do.
Bllackville, .20-o. 20MuloTl.O.11.30 do.
WVilliston, 3.5,0 d. Sumerville,11.45 do
Aikeun, 505) do. I'son's, Rd 11.55 do.
Marsh's, 5.3 do. Sineath1, 12.20 p. mn.
Ar. llam'rg., 0.00 do. Ar.Cha'ston,l.00 do.
UranchVille, 1,45 p. mn. C'olumnbia, 6.00 a. mn.
Rowe's 2,10 do. Illopkins's, 030 (10.
Orangeburg 2,35 do. Gadsden, 7.00 do0.
Jamnieson's, 2.50 do. Junction, - 7.15 do.
Lewieville, 3.10 do. Fort Motte, 7.40 do.
Fort Motte, 3,30 do. ,Lewisville, 800 do.
Junction, 3.55 do. Jamieson's, 8.20 (10.
Gadsden, 4.10 do. Orangeburg,8.35 do.
Ilopkin's, 430 do. Rlowe's 0.00 do
Ar Col'hia, 5.00 do. Ar. Brch'lle, 9.20 efo
Tuesdays, TPhursday's and Saturdays.
Camden, 5.00 a.mi.l Columbia, 2:30 p.m
Boykin's, 530 do. lipton'e, 2.50 do.
Claremiont, 0.00 do. (Hopkins's :3.10 (10.
Middleton, 0.30 -do. iGadsden, 335 do.
Junction, 7.15 (10. fJunction, 3.55 do.
Gadsden, 7.35 (10. <Middleton, 4.45 d10.
Hopkins's 8.00 do. (Claremont, 5.15 do.
Hampton's, 8.20 (10. (Boykin's, 5.45 do.
Ar.Columbia,8.45 do. IAr. Camden, 0.15 dto.
Mondays, W~ednesdays, and Fridays.
Leave Camden, 5.00 a. mn. 1.15 p. mn.
do. Boykin's, 5.30 (10. -1.50 do.
do. Claremont, 000 do. 2.25 do.
do. Middleton, 0.30 do. 3.10 do.
Leave Junction, 7.15 do. 3.55 do.
do. M iddleton, 800 do. 4.45 do.
do. Claremont, 835 (d0. 5.15 do.
do. Boykin's, 9.1(0 do. 5.45 (10.
Ar. at Camden, 0.45 do. G.15 do.
Camden, 5.00 a.mi. Junction, 3.55 (10.
Bloykin's, 5.80 (1o. Middleton, 445 do0.
Claremont, 0.00 do. Charemont, 5.15 do.
Middleton, 6.3(0 donu ioykin's, 5.415 do.
-Ar.Junction,7.10 do. Ar.Camden,6.15 do.
Jutio 0 32 tf
Bacon and Lard for Sale,
The subscriber has for sale a very large
lot of B~acou ..a Lard, of his own -curing
which ho ;f~tfor sale low for Cash or good
paper. A tl~o . -GHON
Fulton, S. C. May 1, 1849.- 27 2mn
A-fresh assortment of Ladies' wvhite, col'dl
and black:Silk Gloves, for Sale by
CL A RK & LEWIS.
Biay 9 27.
01- . xir
o~iesoei~ to their dufoi sdt
Dy Goodfa 1a
- - TO bETI
ts, Shoes, Saddllery, Mechanics' Tools
all of'vhich, have been selected with great
tion of country, and will lbe sold as cheap an
,oge s'ome idea to their cnbtoinbor8,ard)
r e admnggrticles os t would be impqosile
atd-all the .aeties embraced in their gener
VGold Brown sugars, at Q, 8 irid I
Crashed Loaf, do. "12 1-2
Neam Keorseye 8, 9 and
Ca ices, .16, 11S ar
Brown Homespibqfna far4 ndade
3O airs; nmoei'a shoei at 50 ce
20 dos. 1ineo cambri/ Flanderc
?9'4 ,M in edesS varietf qf Miscellaneous
apjtunity'-'showing to their customej
P -"ers wtl finait unncessary to leave t
iOHN T, GREEN,
Will practice in-the COart,,o.-Law, for
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaow Districts.
Office one door below Clark's Hotel.
RICHARD K, DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Suinterville, :0. C.
JOSEPH -R ERSHAW,
ATTORiNejy AT LA.W'
Broad-stree, ('inden, .. 0.
Attends the Courts 'of Korshaw, Sumter,
Landaster and FairiAd Distric.
GI iG9 PALI R & OEGG,
Will practice in the dourttaf Law and
Equity, for Fairlild Disfriets -ud
will practice in Kersh*-id Niiinter, in ad
iition to Ricia d
ColumbiaJ nuary, 1849. 17 Ilj
SUINYMRVILLE, S. C.
Mr. 1H. will administer the Chloroform in
Surgical hnd Dental Operations, if required.
June 7, 1848. 32 1y
IMfore New Goods Received,
The subscribers hmve received another lot
of Spring Goods. They have a great varietv
of laidies' Dress Goo:k, consliseting (v ia.) ci
emb~roidered Muslins, emabosased do. dlotted don.
sprig do. c'ol'd. do., L-twns, Camriris, Muslin,
Ginghams, col'd Ganghamns, mourning tio.&c.
A variety of Linen Lbril!s, Vestines, Ready
mode Clothing, Panama and Leghorn hair,
California IHnts, &c.
Also to lbe found at their Grocery, fresh
No. 1, Mackerel, dlrie.l lierrins, N.'C. and
country Blacon and L-ard, superior N. 0. Mo
lasses, &c. J. T. 80OLOM ONS & CO.
NEW DRUG STORE.
- T he subscriber would respectfully inform
hi's customers, friends, and the public gener
ally of Sumter, that lhe has, and will constant
ly keep on hand, a Fresh and well selected
stock of Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
WVindow Gloss andl Putty; Fine Soaps and
Fancy Articles; all of which will be sold
R. SIDNEY MELLETTP, M.D.
One dloor west of Mc Lean's old stand.
P, S. All orders from the country prompt
y attended to.
New Spring & Summer Goods,
The subscribers have just rcoived and
ore now opening a beautiful and well se
lected assortment of' Goods, suitable for
the season. A mong their rich selection
will be founl--Barages, Muslins. Ging
hams and -everf- variety of Cnlicoces.
Also, for Gentleme'n's we'ar Linen drills,
Ura b d'Eto's, and Cot tonades. A genreral
assortment, Cotton Goods, such as R rown,
Blenched and color'dl, [Homespurns Checks,
fled TPicking 28 and 30 inches; Curtright
Osna bu rgs, Croeke ry, 11 ard ware, Shoes,
Hats, &c., &c., at Charloston prices.
CLARK & LE~Wls.
A pril 11 24 if
The subscriber offers for sale his planta
tion, situated between Sumiterville and State
haurg, containing 500 acres of land; a good
dwelling [louse and out-hmidings, with an
excellent Grist Mill: the Mill liouse is in
first. rate repair, having been lately rebuilt on
an improved plan, a good stand for custom,
with a Gin house attached,*running by w~a
ter. Any person wishing to purchiase can
CUJAR[LS C.J .ICSON.
Sumter, April 30, 1919. 27 if
NIPlROVED COTTON GINS,
Thankful for past favours, the stubscriber
wishes to imform the public that he stall
Manufiatures COTTON GINS at his Es
tablishment in Statesburg on the most im
preyed and approved plan, of the most simn
p)1e construction of the linest finish, and of
the best materials, to wit, Steel Samcs and
Steel pla/ed ribs case hardened, in which he
will sell for two dollars per saw. ie also
repairs old Gins, and puts them in comn
plete order at the shortest notice. All or
ders for Gins will bo promnply and punctu
ally attended to.
Statehurg, S.C. April Ii,18~4. 24 tj
6 Dozen TownIsend's Sarsa
parilla, justyreceived and fr sale at
MELLET'rS D)RUU( STORE.
..~ . . ~ . ......
r esto6 nd' j 'Aon
ual variety off
do Olothing, GrooK %
ER -tITH -
S-it, Iron, Paint Mediifes, Dye ,tuff k t4
maro and diract re k'l to t wants of t~igisec
I on as accom tigtermsas .an be bou
he pu'blico~their prees tgeyvill mnent
in the space*of an advrtisenent to enume.
10 yards to the.Dollay.
d 20 "
quiater wide, 10 cents.
1 4-4 at 0, 7auid 8 cents
ints a pair,
iiefs, at 12 1-2 cents a piecd.
Goods which they keep and would be glad of
s, feeling, well assured that upon examination
his and go to any other market to buy cheap.
017 A. CAR D .-The undersigned resoeet.
fully informs the citizens or4.umterville atid
surrounding country, that i i l e
PAINTING BUSINES " ri
lifosuse, Sign Ornase
Correct nitations of Fine. -
Granites, &c. &c., and hopesr de
mination on his part to give fai
both as regards-Workmanship'aindi
merit E share of their confidence ahd
N. aALJlRTl H. d
and- ready, ied, for immediate se .
country accommodatiou. Fo Salate te
sortable tersu, t.i
lt'2h1'c lera punctually attended
t rAtro lhoo
GIN MAKING, &C.Gi
We are prcpad to o41cu1 :I t ny
Oxtenk in the a Ivelinp*gL w wor]
i i.t" /ins arno d b
:anyaerthe tt-,poM6 e t1
Yatgs-of: the Fllig lredit Slid
Ribs, whieh saves a great deal in Waf reo '
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate 8 w'd
with teeth set in an angle that cafdtoltp bibly
injure the finest staple, with an iinpo'iment
to regulate the motingof the cottozi, our br"''
I constructed on a'plan, givin' orij 1
advautages of lighiters, strengtdyd1a i4.
all very unterial int.fe u ccess 9peratin -
of a Gn. Wo would ut.e plalehr'to'cal
at our shop and exain'e fo e 1mnblyeE,
whilst ve would nekurgqhepuxb1ic geerallv,
t.hat they shil hnve n .c-uae to- eomil n
eitier of our work or price.,
We a also prepared to do work in-the
Cahinet fin-suc.h -s Bzxdsteads. Werdroles
SafeP, Book ensce, Stnnds, i'ables, Cupboards,
&z. &c. at short notice, on lileral tcrms.
IHUDSON & BR OTIIER.
Ormr site the Pres'trian church.
Sumterv ild, Alpr 22, 1847. 20 ly
AT THE CAMNDE-N BAZAU
M. DLiUCK E R & CO., respetfully inform
their customers, in Suumternd :he puiblic gen..
erally, that they have received a large and
genxeral assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting of every variety suitable for- the
season, Also, a complete assortiuent of
Groceries, Hlardware, Cutlery,
Crocke'ry, Boots, Shoes arid
Bonmets, Hats and Caps,
Blagguig, Rope, and
SA DDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every other article usually kept in tlieir
line of busimess; all of which are off'ered for
sale at exrtremnely low prices for C'ash. Re,
member to call at the
" CAMDEN BAZAAR,
Opposite the Camden Bank, Camden, S. C
.The subscrib,.r, throngh the~ solicitation of his
frient's, has made atrran gemnents to stantd his. cl,.
brnted hlorse, fUcEPiALUs, Ji'. in sumi,-r
District, the ensuing Spring. Said Horse may
bo expected to pass through Sumnterville. by
Fnlton, and perhaps Stutchaarg, und in the Fork
of Bilac k Ricer; and any oil, r place n heare sur,
ficiently en~conraged and convenietnt to his route,
which wdil be determnined by tI:e, groom.
Termns-ucplus. Jr., will bo let to
marent at $'l.l( ; $8.00 the season, and $12,0(j
to mnsure; 25 cents to the grooms in every in
stance. .Parting with the mare for feils the in..
surance it every imatance. Every 'came will b,
taken, to prevent uccidents, but no liability should
N. B. Where a comparny of 6 or 8 mares is.
'made uip by resisible persons, andt the Horse
antd Groom furniished, face of charge as lie is pass,
ing round through the season, I will reduce tha '
season to $7, un~d the inusurance to $10. I will
also give the came chance to all those who fe
, disposed to patronize may ilorce upon said tei~me
Elnceplusii, Jr., wats got by J. P. Rogers'
Dlucephahii; lie by wdllinmson'p Bedford of V'irq
gitni, and lie by Old imported lledford. Old
lBtcepid~us' dlamn was by ol kinig Hecmd, and -
hie by 'Twig; T[wig by the old imported James'
his g. damt was, necordingr to information,, 2
Medl'.v., lucephnhis Innior's dlam was got by
old White Oak Split; he by Lewis Cull ins' Split
Iwhose pietformnanco ais a Race llm'r.e was wvell
estatlished on the Camideni Turf, und he out ot
the old inmpotled Rnotlde-the-cai; Dueal a
Jr's. g. dim was got by Marcus.
I cetd hera publish a loniz list of certificates
from ditlerer~t Di'stricts relatgive to bucephiakia
.Jr's. reptutation na it foul getter, liut deem it use.
esas referenice co be~ hail to his piinted bill,
and to citize-ns of Enuniier District. who have
seen of his calms nnd know they will itot snfl'ee
by ctompuiriaoni with thosec of any other Horse.
.JAMES D). MIcJLWAIN.
I[archt 141, 1S49- 20) 3m
Atmericant Siutra anJl iino Chewing Tobaoo
for Sale l.y
CLLAIIN & LEAWI.