Newspaper Page Text
~ 4 ~ ' d , L 47 , , '.
HOW THEA419OSIERCOME IT.
- Many years 4gq a Hoosior, who
had-just struck Newi, Orleans for the
first time, after his flat boat was made
snug and f"t, wont upAto see the sights
of the city. Passing St. Charles he
stopped immediately in front of the St.
Charles JIotel, and, looking up, sconed
to scrutinize the building with the eye
of an architectural connoisseur.
After satisfying his gaza lie asked of
a passer-by what building it was; on
being told it was a hotel, he inquired
for the entrance, and being shown, lie
ascended the steep steps. Approach
ing the office he inquired for the land
lord, of whom lie inquired if lie could
get "a bito" to eat. Mr. E. R.
Mudge, who was the host at that time
and who is a host at all times, humor
ing the fellow, told him he could do so
by paying a dollar. After considering
for some time on this item, and gravely
looking his host in the fhce, he said,
"Well I'll go it, thar'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
will hear the gong, which will inform
you that dinner is ready." "The
gong , what's that ?" asked the Hoos
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.
.R1ecov.cring from his astonishment at
the noise of the gong, and scenting the
delicious fumes'of the dinner, the Hoos
ier inado a rush through the crowd
forA seat; but being met by the host
he'6was conducted to his allotted chair.
The gentlemen seated on eaceh side of
him], as well as the gentlemni opposite
him, had their wine before them.
Aftei finishing his soul), and having
his plte well filled, the Hoosier observ
ed th" ntlemen helping themselves
'fr6I fvihe, and, so seiZng the bottle
q.of'his.rit-1hand neighbor, lie attempt
S"Jib .p himself, when ho was mod
As formed that the wino was "pri
h'loosior did not seem to
- -1apd ithiblank sort of
6 edind hidnife and fork. On
ypg them down aaii* and having
retycopei~o lerooluaior $ld
o uld not all be "p v.,ataJwine e
8 a h6ld of his-leftMnnd fridnd's bot
Sp, Ifou 'please,. sir," sai
tepf9nd; 'dividual with a fierce
leek, ' t is pra'vate tine, sir." The
oioo ed still more astonished,
and fi '' git a har-d case, thought he
m~i~alka another- trial any how. Se
6ahng across the'table, lhe seized the
b~ottle opposite to him, aind was just in
thoeact of filling his glass, when his vis
4. .'9:vke-echood, "private wine, sir, ii
:idase," and withdrew the bottle
.t from the fearful leakage it was about tc
The "green un," becoming enraged
* teing foiled at over'y side, and observ
img :that there was a general simpering
and tittering among the waiters, turned
*og the servant who stood at the back 01
* is chair, and who had taken away his
plats for the.fifth or sixth timc, and'bcri
ed~out to hiim with an oath to bring bach.
his :plate, and.that if ha took it' awayI
again, "he'd be dod dr'ot it' lhe didn'i
- draw his picker- on him," and, as suit
ing theaction~to the word, put his hiand
into his bosom, showving the handle o
a huge bowie-knife.
- Affeithis,;things went on quietly
'till the esrtwsput on the table
- ho.eta large .charlotte Ruwsse pud din
wa 'tright before the Hoosier.- Thii
a~* ~ heim'mdmtely drewv near his plate
rind looking right and left at his neigh
bors, he helped himself to a large per
tion offit. Keeping his eyes fixed or
the dish while eating, lie perceived hi!
right-hand neighibor attempting to wIth
draw the dish fr'om him. "No yet
don't, Mister," said the Hoosier t<
him, "that tihar piuddin' is private paid
din'.". The left-hand gentleman, no
-observimgswhat had passed, then said
"Allow me to take the pu'dding, sir?'
"No, you can4 taett tihar pu(
din'," said tha Hoosier with a scowl.
that's private uddin'." And he re
helped hinisel . 'Shortly after the gen
leman opi~osite was in the het of draw
ing 'tie dish over to him. "Hold on
Mister," said the Hoosier with a loo1,
* . of trium ph. "I'd have you to know
that puddin' is private pudin'," whik(
at tiosame time lie put his thumb tc
- his-nose- and made sundry gyrations
*. with his fihgers. "You can't come ii
. o er me," heontinued, fooling that r
oeke hadbeen practiced upon him.
* The attention of the table being at,
p trieted during the latter scone, the
gntlemen around burst into a roar ol
laghter, and soon the whole story was
whispered from one to another. .The
thing took so well 'that every gentle.
maan wa Induced to send his bottle t<
(lltHoosier with his compliments, and
our "green iun" soon became as iner
ry as a lord. Hiccoughing as he lefi
the table, he turned round to the gen
tlemen and said: "Well, old (hic
cough) follows, you (hiccough) could
n't (hiccough) come it over (hiccough)
me with your (hiccough) private wine.
The glasses fairly danced upon the ta
blo with the uproar and laughter whici
this last remark created, and the Hoos
ter, staggering out of the room, math
the best of his way to his boat.-Pica
Wir~ The following advertisemenI
the Knickerbocker foind posted on 1
lamp-post in Canal street, Albany:
STRAYED OR STOLUN.-My wift
Ann Muriah. Whoever returns het
will get his head broke. As for trust
ing her, any body can do so who secE
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. DoDsoN.
To Travellers going North,
THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM1
C1IARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of Lau
rens-st. daily at 3, p. m. after the arrival ol
the Southern cars, via WILMINGTON anul
WEIDON, N. C. PETERSBURG, RICtH.
MOND, to WASH INGTON, BALT!.
MORE, and PI11LADELP1IIA.
TIhe public is respectfully informed thai
the steamers of this line, from Charleston tr
Wilnington,- are in first rate condition, and
are navirated by well known and experienced
conmnanders, and the railroads are in line or.
der, thrreby securinslhoth safety and dispatch
A Till ROUGIl TICKET having already
been in operation is now continued as a por.
manent arrangement from Charleston to
Philadelphia. Passengers availing themsel
ves thereof, will have the option either tM
continue wit hout delay through' the rouite or
otherwise. to stop at any of the intermediate
points, renewing theis seats on the line to
suit their convenience. By this route travel
lers may reach New York in the thril day
during business hours. Baggage edl be
ticketed on board the Steamer to Welrnon, a
likewise on the change of cars. at thai inter
mediate points from thence to Philadelphia.
Through Tickets to Philadelphia at 2Oeach,
can be had from E, WINSLOW, Agent of
the Wilmington and Raleigh R. R.-Compau;
at the office of the Company foot of Lami-ens
street, to whom please apply.. F<r other in
fornnation inquire of
At the Ameriran Hotel, Charleston S. C.
May 49 ly
The Stage will run daily from Sunmtervill
to the Claremont Depot on and after the is
of March, and will leave at 3 o'clock in th~
morning, setting out on its return, on the ar
rival of the cars in the afternoon from thm
P. M. HUtTLER.
Sumiterville, 29th F'eb. 1849.) 18 cnn
All persons having goods shipped to Mlid
dleton Depot, will be chargyed Storage on th
same, (in case they remain ini Depot ove
seven dlays after the slate of their arrival) an
in every such instance will the storage b
required to he paid before thme goods ar
B. F. WILSON, Agent.
Mliddleton Depot, S. C. Rt. RI.
June 6 :iN it
Dissolution of Copartnership
Th~e copartnership hecmt~ofoire c~sis?tng un
decr thme firm of S/'l tGENT & M1LLIEI
dloing biusiness as Cabminet Mlakers in Sumn
terville, wa dissolved by mutual consen
D)ANI EL 8. SARtGENT,
WVILIA AM B. AlILLElt.
Jumne 15. l~i-9. 341 t(
The subscribmer, having taken, the corne
Store, (known as Alc~eans) would, imos
respectfully, acquaint his old Friends, an
the Public at large, that he will at all time
Lake pleasure to accoinmmodate them, in Ct
timg and Alaking up Garments, in tihe mos
Fashionable and substantial manner.
Hie wil1 keep constantly on hand a fres
and seasonmable assortment, of outfitting, c
the latest and moist apiprove.d Fashions, an
hopes, by punctuality anid his desire to pleas
all, to merit ai continuatnce of their Patroni
age and confidence.
D. J. WVINN.
Jan. 15, 1849, 12i tf
Drugs and Medicines,
AT CHIARLESTON PitICES.
Z. J. De IEA Y,
J. A. CLEVELAND,
DRUGGIST AND AP'OTHIECARY,
NEARLY oVVosITE aMASONIC n1ALL1,cA~MDEN,s. 4
Takes this method of informing the citi
zens of Sumter, Damrlingtn, and thme adijacer
couniltry, that he keeps always On hand,
fresh and wecll selected stock o~f'
Drugs, Chemiicals, Pa;ints, Oils and Dye
Stu~h; WVindow Glass and Putty,
Patent Medicineos and Pcrfumenry:
Soaps, Brushes, Combs anmd Fanc - Articles
Embracing every article now used in the
Practice; &c. &.c.
All of which wvul be sold as low as articlesc
the same quality can lbe bought in Chamrles
tonm, FOR CASh OIC Cit FimT.
UTPhysicianms, Planters, and Country Mer
chants will- do well to give mue a call befor
Camden, Feb. 21, 1619. 17 tf
QiJaI)Qstal t butrtisemetnsz.
W. A, KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will find at all times a full and
complete stock of Gent's.
W. 'A- KENT. 0. II. MITCHELL
Manuffactory 1.13 Washington
Stores N. Y.
May 1819 30 tf
DIUSIC, DIUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
GREGG, HAYDEN, & GREGG,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE..
Guns, Military. & Fancy Goods
Corner of King and Ilasell streets,
Charleston, S. C.
11. SIDNEY HAYDEN,
A. 11. IIAYDEN,
. y 13,184P. 30 ly
Dry Goods in Charleston
For Spring of 1849.
E. W. BANCROFT, inviles the attention of
Planters and their fumilies, who vi,-it the city to,
lie has now received his Spring Stock hich
consitst of every variety ol Itich and Elegant
fabries for Ludies Dress-such us,
Silk, Grenudines, Tissue Silks, Dareges, Mus
linses, Sewiug Silk, Gringhams, Prints, Lawn.,
Duombuz:nes, Chadypi, Alpcas.
Shawls of every Style, such as, eleront Plain
and Embrordered Cutitan Crupe, Cashniere,
Sewing 1ilk, Silk Muslin, Darege and Plain
Linens, Daanskak, Dinpers, Long Lawns,
Linen Sheeting, and Lineu Goods in great varie
Hosiery, white Goods, Goods far Gctih-ueiis
wear etc., etc.
A L9 ,
In his DOMW-'; GOODS ROOMS, will
be foudoxava usual a complete assortment of all
the leading .Styles of Domestic Goods, such as
are adapted to serentots wear and family use
1e conlfidently invites atteutiou to the Stuck
as one of the
Largest and anost Extensive
in the MoUthIcrat f 'uuutry.
and the Prices always the LOW EST POSS
253 King Street. Carleston S. C.
April 18419. 24 if
New & Fashionable Clothing,
GEORGE A. IHYDE,
sUCcESsOR To IIotSToN & HYDE, 233 KING -sT.
OppJosite Me"rchants Hotecl.
Manufacturer, WVholesale and Retail D~ealer
in Clot hing,
G. A. II. Respectfully invites the attention
- of his friends and the putblic to his large ns
sortmnent of ashonagble and legant Cloth
jing now on hand, equal ini every respect to
- the best custom work, to which he is wveek!v
Sadding large supplies direct from his own
r Manufactory in Newv York.
I This Estalishmnent is condneted entirely
on the Cash I'rinciples bioth itiprchase and
sales, giving hinm great adlvanttage in his se
lections and enablinug h im to) to sell at New
York rates. lIc is now ofTring tis stock,
(wvhich is not excelled for rariey, style, beau
ty|, and durability of u-orkmanshuip in the
1imen, at such prices as to) make it an induce
nment for purchasing to call before making
their selections. A supeirior alssortmnent of
- mie shirts, Ciollars, Cravats, Canes, &c. &c.
constantly ont hand.
W ~ ith attentive atnd obliging salesmen,
gent lemten can depend tpon hatving their
wants stipplied immned iately. AllI garments
wvarranted to fit wtell and give satisfaction in
OT Mr. Jihns TP. DAu.Y, long known in the
clothing line is nowt at this establishmntt,
where he would be happy to see and serve
r G;EO. A. hIYDE,
t Succestor to l louston &. Hyde.
:Ch-trlestn. May 23, 1849. 30 ly
t MR. ~III ISSENIDEN, of Charleston,
Professor of Music, otyers his services in the
Formation and Instruction of Military Bands,
f &c. Mr. B. is possessed of the most satis
1factory testimonials regarding capability and
a character. Commnunications can be address
- ed to the care of Mr. F. Zogbaumn, 201 King
street, C.harlestoni, S. C.
A pril 18-5 25 3m
BY STI'.EN & 1IVVER.
Corner of King and Society Streets,
ClIA RJESTjO, S. C.
This Ilotel, situated in the btusiness part
of the city, ofiers every desirable comfobrt
and convenience to the Travelling Comnmu
nity, and Permanent Boarders. T1he estab
lishmnent is conduItctedl strictly on ''Tmper
.ance principles. TRl:MS MOD)ER ATE.
OTAn Omunibius and Carriage will attend
. the Steamboat WVharf, and also to the Rail
t Road D~epot, for the accommodation of P'as
Feb21 17 ly
A, lYI iVANIGAULT,
CHARLESTON, S. a.
- June 13, 1849. 33 :it [Pd.]
- Tm New Goods,
a Tindersignen has just roceivetd a ftull
and general assortmient of New Goods, which
Iho will sell very lowv for Cash or goo paer
* FOR SHRRIFP.* '.
.Mr1.Th e fMlends of A.",. r ,
ham, Enq., announos himas a can'idato for et
oflico of Shoril' at the next election.
March 29th, 1849, 24td
f:frW e a'e aIuthio'zied tU
announce MALLY BROGDON,- Eq. i
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of-Sum.
er District, at thb next Election.
tc-We are authorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RiIAME, a candi,
date for the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing
sept. 27, 1849. 48 tf
0:'rTie Friends of Iiotaa'd
B. BROWN, announce him as a Candidat<
for the Offic. of Sheriff of Sumnter Districi
at the ensuing ]19ecti6n.
Sept. 20, 1848. 47 tf
lETWe are authorized to announce Majoi
1OHN BALLARD, as a candidate (o,
Sheriff at the ensuing election.
A pril 26th, 1848. . - 26 tf
0:r Thef riends ofiWilliafin
A. COLCLOUGII, Esq, announce him as F
:andidate for Sheriff at the next Election.
April.19, 1848.. 25
(LTr We are' authorized tc
announce Mr. JOIIN 0. DURANT as v
candidate for the c flice of Clerk of the Couri
at the ensuing election.
Nov. 8 3 tf
Mr. Editor :-Please announce . JO11N
)ARGAN JONES, as a calididate for re
election to the office of Clerk of the Cour
for Sumter District, and oblige the
April 20th, 1848. 26 tr
(G"Wo are auth ized to-an.
nounce DANIEL-H1. RIC4tOIURG, a cap.
didate for the office of Clerk at th9. flsuinj
Jan. 20,1 fa tf
FOR. TAX COLLECTOR.
- We are atithorized to an
nounce ALEXANDER VATTS, Esq., a
a Candidate for Tax Collector,of Claremuion
county at the ensuing FlUect ion,
- - MANY FRIENDS.
South Carolina Rail-Road,
Liave Ira v
Charleston, 10.00 a. m. mburg, 500a.11
Sineatlh's, 10.40 (Id. M:rsh's, 5.25 do.
Lakdson'st.o.11.05) d., Aikeni, 6,--)( do.
Sumerville,11.15 d-) Wilhston, 7.30 do.
25MileT.O. I .30 do. B!ackville, 8(0) do.
Rtidgeville, 11.50 do. Grahamz's, 8.25 do.
Ross's, 12.10) p.m. Mid war, 8 50) do.
41MileT.O. 12.25 do. B Iranch'ville, 9,;i0 d1.
Gorges', 12.4l5 do. ii eeves', 1000 do.
Reeves', 1.00 do. George's, 10.20 do.
Blranchville, 1.44. do. *41MdleT1.O.10.40 do.
Midway, 2.2() do. -toss's 11.00 do.
Grah~asn's, 2.45 do. Rtidgeville, 11.10 do.
Blackville, 3.20 do. 2OAMeTl.O.l1.30 do.
WVilliston, 3.5(0 do. S'auerviile, 11.45S do
Aiken,, 505 do. L.'on's, Rid 11.55 do.
Marsh's, 5.35 do. SineathI, 12.20 p. n
Ar. Ilam'rg., 0.00 (d0..Ar.Cha'ston, I.00 do.
Blranchville, 1,45 p. mn. Colhi., 6 00 a. n
Rlowe's 2,10 do. I lopkins's, 630 do.
Orangeburg 2,35 do. Gamdsden,, 7.00 do.
Jamniesoun's, '2.50 do. Junction, 7.15 do.
Lewisville, 3.10 do. Fort Mlotte, 7.4I0 do.
Fort Moite, 3,30 do. *Lewisville, 800it do.
Junction, 3.55 do. Jamnieson's, 8.20 (10.
Gadsden, 4.10 do. Orangebiurg,8.35 do.
Ilopkin's, 4 30 do. 'Rowe's 9.00) d1
Ar CoI'hia, 5.00 do. Ar. Brch'lle,.2() do
T1uesdays, ThIaursday's and Sat urdays.
Camden, 5.00 a.mi. Columbia, 2:30 p.r
Boykin's, 5 30 do1. hlampton's, 2.50 do.
Claremont, (1.00 do. I lopkin!s's 3.10 do.
Middleton, 6.30 do. .Gadsden, :135 d10,
Junction, 7.13 (1o. Jiunction, :i55 do.
Gadsden, 7.35 do0. Middleton, '4.45 (do.
Hfopkins's 8.00 do. Claremnont, 5.15 do.
Hampton's, 8.20 do. B loykin's, 5.45 do
Ar.Columblia,8.4l5 do. 1Ar. Caomden, 6.15 do.
M1ondays, W~ednesdays, and F~ridays.
Leave Camden, 5.00) n. mn. 1.15 p. m4
dlo. Bloykin's, 5 30 do. 1.50 do0.
do. Claremnont, 600 do. 'J.25 do.
do. M~iddleton, 6.30 do. 3.10 do.
Leave Junction, 7.15 do. 3.55 (10.
do0. Mliddleton, 804) do. 4.45 (do.
do0. Claremnont, 8 3. do0. 5.15 d10.
do. Bloykin's, 9.10 do. 5.45 do.
Ar. at Camnden,, 9.45 do. 6.15 do.
Camden, 5.00) a. tn.!.lunction, 3.55 d1o.
Bloykin's, 5.30 do. Middleton, 4 45 do0.
Claremont, 0.00 do. Caremont, 5.15 do).
Middleton, (1.30 (d0. Bloykin's, 5.15 do.
-Ar.J unction,7.10 do. Ar. Cumuden, 6.15 do.
Juno 6 32 tf
Bacon and Lard for Sale,
The subscriber has for sale a very largi
lot of Bacon and Lard, of his own curin1
wvhich ho oilbre for sale low for Cash or goo
paper. Apply to BRU ION
Fulton, S1. C. May 1, 1849. 27 2m
A fresh assortment of Ladies' white, col'
and black Silk.Gloves, for Sale by
CLARK & LEW!s.
May 9 '27
Aro daily receivlig from New York and (
to their us
Dry Goods ReadyIa
Iats, Shoes, Saddlery. Mechanics' Tools,
all of which, have been selected with great
tion of country, and will be sold as cheap an
in this place.
To give some idea to their customers and t
ew leading articles as'it would be impossiblk
ate all the-vaiieties embraced in their gener.
Gobd Brown sugars, at ., 8 and .
Crashed Loaf do. " 12 1-2
Negro Kerseys, 8, 9 and
Calicoes,a16, 18 an
Brown Homesptns$ a yard and' a
Db. - -do. 3.4, 7-8, an
300 pairs women's shoes at .50 ce
20 doz. Linen cambric llanderc
With dn endleso variety of Miscellaneous
an-pportunity of showing to their customei
purchasers wdl find it unnacessary to leave I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaw Districts.
Office one door below Clark's Hotel.
RICHARD WIf DYSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sumiterville, S. C.
JOSEPH B. KERSHAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Broad-street, Camden, 8. 0.
Attends the Courts of K0-shaw, Sumter,
Lancaster and Fairfield Districts.
GREQiG, PALIMER & GIREG,
Will practice in the Couls of Law and
Equity, for Fairfield District; and
GREGG & GREGG,
will practice in Kershaw and Sumter, in ad.
dition to lichlapd.
Columbia,' Ist January, 18419. 17 Ilj
SUMT.ERVJI ,LES. C.
Mr. It. wvill a)dmn niste r the Ch'oroform in
Surgical und Dertal Operatiuis, if required.
June7, 1 :32 17
More New Goods Received,
The subscribers Iinte received another li
of 5iang G ods. Tlv-v hav~.e a greut va r~e:v
0f I Adl.Os' DPress G:;o&, ' ona;ting( (v~z.) od
emibroidered. Mushn.', embo,.qsed do. doed do.
ospraig .cod. . anCu is uln
A varety of Lionn lJril!., te.:ne', Ready.
Imade Clothiung, Ilu:namaa and Leghorn Iliais,
California llatN &c.
Also to be found at their Groecry, fresh
No. I, Mlackere!, dried I lerrinw, N. C. and
country IBaconi and lourd, superior N. 0. 3M0.
lasses, &c. J. TI. SilD.l0NS & CO.
NEW DRUG ST'OIIE.
.iThe subscriber would respectfully inforn
h s customers, friends, anid the publie gener.
ally ofe Suter, tInt lie hasw, and will consianlt
dyke n ha nd, a Frelh aind wellI seete,
stock of' Medicines, I'ints, O)ils, Dve Stuf1's
Window Glass and l'uitty; Fine Soaps ami
Fancy Articlcs; all of *which will be sob
One door u'esi oj' il Lega's old stand.
P, S. All orders Iromi the country prompt.
y attended to.
New Spring & Summer Goods
T1he subscribers havet just received an
are now opemning a beauifuil and well se.
lected assortment or Gono., suitabile foi
the season. A mong their rich selectior
will be foun l--arauges, Mushins. Ging.
hamns and~ every variety of' Calicoes,
Also, for Gentlemen's we'ar Linen drills
Drab d'Ete's, and Cot onades. A general
assortmieni, Cotton Goods, such as Pirown
Bleached nnd color'd, [lomespons Cheeks
[lcd TPicking 28 nnd 30 inches; Curt righi
Osnauburgs, Ci ckery, Hlardwamre, Shoes
[lats, &c., &c., nt Charleston prices.
CLARtK & LE~~'s.
A pril 11 24 if'
Tesubscriber ofliers for sale his planta.
tion, situated between Sumnterville and State.
burg, containing 500) acres of land; a gooi
dwelling Ilouse and out-bhiings, with ai
excellent Grist Mi: the Mill I louse is ii
first rate repair, having been latchv rebuilt or
an improved p~ln, a goodl stand "for custom
wit Gin house attached,'runmningr by wa.
ter. Any person wishing to purchase cai
CIIAR LES C. JACKSON.
Sumter, A pril 30), PP49- 27 tf
IMVPROVED COTTON GINS
TIhankful for past favours, the subscribei
wishes to intormi the public that he sti I
Manufactures COTTON GINS at his Es.
tabulishnmnt in Statesbumrg on hue most imn.
proved and approved plan, of' the niost simu.
ple construction of' lhe finest finish, and o
tihe best materials, to wvit, X/r'el Xa' anm
Steel plated ri/is case' hardened, in which ht
wtill sell for two dlollars her saw, lie ale.,
repairs old1 Gis andl puits them inl comn
lete ordecr at the shortest notice. All or
ders for G.1ins will lbe p~romnply and punctui
ally attended to.
Statehuurg, S. C. A pril I I, I1'49. 4 tj
6 Dozen Townsend's Sarsa
parilla, just receivedi and taor a'e .at
MlEL."ITs twi't: emooj:
M0 E S
,har!eston, and are i:ow opig p }oge addito
ual variety of
TING OF -
de Clothing, Groce'es
HE, &C. &C..
S-tit, Iron, Paints, Medicines, Dye stuffi &d
care and direct regard to thb.wants of this see.
oin as accommodating terran as can be bought
he public of, their prices, they will inention.a
i the space of an advertisement to enumera
0 cents per pound, -
10 yards to the Dollar.
d 20 "
qua-ter wide, 10 cents.
1 4-4 at 6, 7aiid 8 centgW
ts a pair,
hiefs, at 12 1-2 cents a picce.
Goods which they keep and would Le glad of
1s, feeling - wlil assured that up:on exainmaticrt
Iis and go to any other market to buy cheap.
' A C A R D .-The undersigned respect
fully mform the citizens of Sunterviile and
surroundmg country, that he carries on'the
PAINTING BUSINESS in aJI its ,rarions
Hloiuse, Sign, Ornamentala
Decettie: ildling anmd Old.
Correct Imitations of Fine W 'ofyl 4u 'L
Granites, &c. &c., and hopes fron a detc.e
mination on has part to give full satisfaction.,
both as regards Workmanship and Pricee, tq
merit a share of their confidejace and support,
ALBERT If. GRAY,
N. B.-Paints of all colors and description,
and ready mixed, for immediate use, fat
country -occomiodation. For Salai un rea
A. H. Os
frr I orders punctually attended to.
At Mr. Sargent's Cabihet Waro Rbonus,
Sumterville, S. C.
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orderj(to any
extent in the above line, both Ibr.:pw werk,
and repairs.. Our'Gins are notisiYpassed by.'
any made.f the State, imosseng2.al the no
vantages of the Falling Breastadi Sliding
Ribs, which saves a great deal in waf of re.
pairs. W\e also uEe the Steel Plate Saws,
with teeth Fet in an angle that cannot-possibly
injure the finest staple, with an -imnprovment
to rerulate the noting of the cotton; our brih
a conAruCtcd on a plan, giving, at cnce,. the
advantages of lith''nes strengtl-end force-.
all very materi int!ge successful operaticn
of a (mn. We would inrite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselvee,
hilst we would rEsure the publhc ger'erally,
trst t1y shnll have no cause to complain
citir of our wcr, #r prices.
CA I3N!'T MAI ING.
We -ra also prepnrcl to do w\r(.k",- in the
CAhirct line--such as RIbdteads. vardrol es
&,. ,.a- lhort ntie, on hil-eral tCrus.
11UDS'ON & BlROTIIElt
flmv site the Pres''veraian church.
Sutnterville, A pril 22, 1847. 26 1y
IAT THE GAM1YDEN BAZAA
M. IDiIUCFiR &I (O., respe-t fuliv inform
ti "r customers. inl Sumiater ata11 :he puidi 1) en.
erally, that they have received a large and
gen 'rat assortmnent of
Spring and Summer Goods,
cohnsistin~g of every varety suitahle for the~
season, Alsrn, a comuplete assornnent of
Groccrics, liardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnewts, Hlats and Caps,
Bagging, Rope, an~d
SA DDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every othe'r airticle usually kept in their
line of business; atll at which are offered for
sale at extremely lowe prices ti'or Cash e
member to call at the * .Re
Ojpposite the Camident Bank, Camden, S.C
'Vh Bueptuzmn-r, .Br.
Tesubscribe.r, thsrought the s''licitatliona of lisa
frtcem's, has madue arran iem.-nts~ to smsand his, cele.
Ibrated iorse. IIUCI'i AI.US, Jr. in Si~amiser
lthstri, thme ensuing Spring. said Horse may
he expectled to pass ihrough Sumntervill, by
Funl on,, and tperha ip. Sitatebsirg, asund in thme Fok
of lilmk I iver; sandi any oil, r palzeen n hesre so,
ficientily ensconraged and conien'ljsat to hsis route,
whmich wdil be de'terined~s by the groomi.
Terms-Ilucepaluss. Jr., will he le t
mnare,, at S-.00O~ ; $S.00t thme season, and $ l2,O(g
to imsure; 25, centsi to the room, ill evr n
stanice. Paring with the malru forfeits the in.
suranmce il every instance. Every ente ill~ bo
takenm to revent accidents, but no liability should
N. B. Whiero a company of 6 or 8 manres is
'madlo ip by resi onsilel pr rsons, ad the hlorss
and Groomn furnmished* ftce of charge as he is pass,
ing round through the season, I will reduce thlA
season to $7, ad the insuranmce to $10. I will
also give the samec chance to all these wh feeit
, dispiosed to piatronizo may iorre upen said teimo
Ituephaiins, Jlr.. wais got by J. P. Rlogrrs'
fliicepalmt; tie by W.ltiam tsen's lledford of Vir..
gaiia, nid hie byv Oltd imnportedl ledford. Old
liucephidulne dm nwais by old Itking. )'lerod, anid -
he by 'l'wig; TIwig by the, old importda mes
his L'. dami; was, nccordijng to informaatioin, u
h1edh-y. llucephmaluis Intnier's dam was got by
Iold Wl bue Oak Split; the byv Lewvis ('oti ins' Splil
Iwhose peiformansco as a limco Ili'rne was well 1
e'staltlirheid on thme Catmb-ns Turf. unid lie out of 5
ther old imipoi ted Iile- i~.the.t'nsh; IlJucephaluw
Jr s. g. itdam wats got by .'marcrus.
I cinhl here publsh a in list of certifientes
fronm dtiYerer.t Di'tricts relamlvo to laneephiaita
J1r'i.. repiutnition us a fonI get imer, hut deemi it ust.
tllss, as re'ferenace cai is hud bas to Isis prinsied bills,
aid to citizins of Ssuer lihstrict. whm have',
seen of his culbs annd knouw ihey will tmt snmfiae
by co~mparisona i tthose sif iaiv oilier llsorse.
I 9% SInih hni f l Spjanishi nil
Atnn-rian ; irs andt ilne Chezwing Tobaaoo,,
tarCLAltK & LEWIS.