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(FOR THlE BANNER.)
There is i tear of -weet relief
A t'ar of r-pture tend of grief ;
The feeling heartit uoe Can know
What tot emoetioas trort it flow,
It is wnen rnemory cdirins the inud,
With tender images refined ;
'Tis when her magic sp.-lls restore
Departed frieds and jov no more.
There is an hmur, a pensive hour
And oh ! how dear its enothing power
It is when twilight spre ids her veil,
And steals along tihe s'lttt dale -
'Tim whin the fadia.i b'osons cluso,
When ill in siir-nee ande repose:
Then ienary wake-s, and loves to i ourn,
The days that never en return.
Then is a straitn, a plaintive strain,
The source of joy, and yet of pain u
It ist the song whose dlying nmeasure
Sont' rriend lbeloved heard with pleasure,
Smano Irieiul who o'er again tnay hear,
The melting lay to meinory dear
Al ! then her tmaii spells restoro
Vissions of biissful days no snore.
WVom as's Love.
Like Ivy, viere it grows, 'tis seens
To wear an everlsting green t ;
Like ivy, too, 't is forite to cling
l'oooften round a worthless thing.
Oh woman's lore-at tinies it may
Seem cold or clouldy ; but it burns
With true, unceviating ray,
Nor ever from it's idol turns.
A tear its weapon is !--beware
Of wotnat's tears-there's dainger there
Its sweetest place on which to rest
is a constant ani cottiitln brea.t.
Its joy, to itcct, it's death, to part
Its sepulchre a broken heart.'
Beat at his own Game,
A SCENE ON T1l 11111 WAY.
BY FALCOLntiitU L.
Not many years ago, there was :
law, and yet, perhaps, in the State o
Connecticut, which with suntdrv and the
usual quantity of ilcolprchensibl,
"herein naned's" and "whereas's
"&e's," set forth, that "any man wc
man, or child, found upon the highway
by-ways, streets, lanes, or alleys, cross
roads, cow-paths, or whatsoever, .lris
ing, or causing to he driven, an, wage 1
Stage coach, Cart1, carrvall, Ihui at
chaise, barouche, sled, sleigh. or jumit
er, or whatsoever of the kind, but in
plyig a ctonlveyance u1n1 wheels keil
or runners, uptoll the L40141's day, til
bles ted Sabba:h, or the "firs: day,'' h
or she, thema or the v, f0und1, lmitnltot
upon a horse, gebling, mare, ass c
mule, stallioni, or bea sl of burden whalt
soever, shall be arrecstedl by aniy cit izer
towni cottstatble, sheri'if, shzerifll (teet
or whtatstoevetr, with ptower to cause t
be arrested itn one, all, ter any of thi
above acts; mnt he, shte, the v or thet
so olf~nd ing, shall be brou~cgi.htbfr
the seleetmi tt,sitttmg cemagist tate, jude;2(
or coiu1nnont counil, andt fitned tent <hI
lar's anti Costs, int the lawfuil tcurrenellt
of' the conltun-etimweal th, the jam-tv arr'
tong or ecusinhg tc be attested ,'shahll ri
ceive htaltf said Gue anfittole
cost Ihe ligtnlted;cLc & . &c.
iNcow, theriet is nt t a law cdeviisedl
plannted, oer laidi dotwn, bcut what somt
cute ii liviidual wviil ihel a hole ter hlawv t
crawl thrt.mci;h it, whatever may be it
'"tight lits,'" of coeur se', a ( l u'mtimei
it dlo.sltl happ'en thaut the mo~st wary all
wakeful get cauight ini the v'ery stet
trap set by thiemselves to allure or trij'
Ilentee my stclrv.
It is now~i tnc Iongerl, I heliev'e. an mi
solvedi prob)llemn, a mto oted qutestiotn, hu
as the tmilitary f'riendt cef the Newbur')
potrt la- lies and tile editor of tile Cihrot
otypce ass. rts, at "fixed tact'" that Yml
kees a :now a htark fromn a htand-san~
and can be (ute if eoccionet requcireCs it
T1he're's no0 quest'5itin tef it' (~Conntecticol
Siuday ttravellinig law, the S~unfl-.n i,
num of' whtich I havte set forth wasi
the flower ofl the b loom~t, one r'ainy , dirty
muiddly Siund Iay, julSt sch a dlav whO
both mani andt Ibeast fcel anu intcliniatio
to lay haet in so qu ~ iet , (drv pilaec
anid chew the SWeet ore~ hitter 'dtli ofln
cy, as it mtay he, a live and veritahl
specimen ol ypn us //'n:/exet ( the la tte
phraise is aboriginal, I beliievie. ' "wa
to be seen'' Withlo ut cih-n-gre, in //, 'm.
act of/ 'iolainq ic iKinq's Ite, or tia
of' the CitominwealithI of iConitnecticut
driving a wagoni and Ioldi gravt mtare iu1
the highway! If' he did not 'kntow ti
law heO was not long learnting it, fori:
Connecticut mnan, wilt y rhl as ut ha
inig the~ feat' of (or beforie h ci s e os
clearly as lie had in his hteart the i le:
of' makimg five dollars cll tile lotte tratv
eller, ranht oult of1 his tlry domticil by' tlti
road sude, atnd shlitedltc
"'Certaint, sq ure,' sahli the Yantket
fool yetou, wvoo! Ailornini', sijiire- ii
the ntecte? .Aaitt't t.ott the eclha-r
downI tis wa.y, tee t, I hcyo? IEii
like sixty int Yotrk wvith the dem5t
hait ,ot no( e *Iitery here, bt I gres,
~you don'r. knim mevm gt- a la.. ,la
fines folks who drive on the king's high
way on the Lord's day!'
"Due tell?' said le in a little tight
wagon, "well, I should'nt wonder now
if you had, and .'
"And I shall arrest you, friend, for
breaking the law.'
"I want to know, now? Well, squire
I can't help it, you see in fact, I am in
the allfiredest hurry to get hum: I've
been there in Neuw York 'bout tew
weeks among tiqe dead and dyin.'
"What? with the
"Collery, collery, squire, is carrvin'
'em off by bull wagon loads! (the
squire's eyes dilated.) I got a good' job
at haulh dead in nv Potter's field
"'What, th's wagon?'
'Zackly, squire; it paid well, (the
squire's cheeks grew a little paler,) and
I held on until day 'fore yesterday; I
felt it ouminii' on me, and I started for
'Friend,' said the squire, "its only 7
miles to MI town, and----'
"But I say, squire, I'm desprit il!
sick as a dog; can't you let me put up
with you until-- -'
"No, no, go on, you'll soon get to
M , and .
"But you ain't a goil' to let a feller
die in the road in this here kind a way?'
"Drive on, drive on, friend, don't
stop a minute!' and the old fellow step.
ped off as fast as he could toddle from
the peddler's pet wagon.
"IIallo squire!' roared the man of no
tions, "heow about the fine?'
")a--! blast you and the fine too:
drive off!' shouted the old fellow, and
on went the Yankee, showing a set of
ivories to the drizzy day, enough set a
dentist in estacies.
"Go ahead, Sook; guess that fellei
wont stop trading folks soon agailn, hioo!
htote! hoo! gin himu a re'lar ager fit.'
But the pedlar had not been made
many miles belbre he was again hailed
and by an absolute constable, who, e.i
L jfieio, soon brought up the old mar<
and her driver to a dead halt. It
would not go lown, perhaps so well will
this customer, thought the peddler, t
try the cholera game with him, so th<
Yankee thought he'd try a new (lodge
"Well, haint got no objection to pay
the line, for I was determined to get in
to M to-day, rain or shine, and m
ol. mare is high bout giving cout.'
"Well,' said the oilieer,"'drive ahead
its oly three muiles to M\ , I'll g(
downli with voui.'
'Shantk yeon. 'Spose you ride a hii
mister, 'ml pesky tired sitting-' here, Sr
ef yeo 'll just get in aul a drive altni:
I'lI walk a spell.' And out gut thi
rute chap ntii the road.
The coustahle got in, glad to qii
the md andi raini for s') coin ihrtable
place, and on they went. As y ou '.e
nea 'M., there is pletyv i ofi huses ahl m
the roadu and( mlaui ran ouit to see whi'
oin earth it was puriulninig the Sabbatl
at li breaing the laiw lby driviing a vel
Iv entei Lred peddluler's w~agonm in 'th,
very lhee of openci diay. Se'eing' it wva
Ilteir cons-tabhle, the Iblks wvere at a deat
hoss tou c.iuprehendu lie mn:t:er, andu Ie
him dIivu~e "li withouit intter-nlitiili
Th roadils buinug hiaavv, mud the oh
mare ini the lust stage's of "dn (oit,
the wagonu hurt pelledl ruither tediousl,
alung, wh ile thi b/nfde l/ ..wner hanu..)
limb,ilu wimh-de muol Iight ulf hot , reaielu
e d \l. lull tweitv minuutes bief ire tI
ollieer imul theii r'uscr1ibed wa:1uon carul
up.--Pushuing. inito the il s: uaver~na
handii the peler called for thet hulalord
1andt wanited to knouw if it was not agauinS
ft law to dr ivye a waigoni on Sudatu..
Being well assuredl byv I anilhee of thu
facIht, lie requestedl hihuu to stept out ain
tsee a mnani ini the very act.
- ''Why ! bless mysii ,tht' 3r
-our consitalte!' sutatsM .
"T is?"' s:.i-l the pleldler. '-Well
now I'd call him a puirty fellow, ten
.the constal e breaikin g youri laws al
I tew smash on a Smonlay. Ihut lie is a
-it, amnt lie landlord?'
i"It's a facet; yet lie does come, si.
i'"We'l, I reckon thtere's somnetin:i
ito lbe madetic hre,' said the petddleru, 's'
,I'll just share the line with von, land
- lord, if you'll show me where'the squniru
livs! I'm JTustice huere myself,'si
the 1hanuidoo d .
I )e w tell? well then, we'l soo S f~i i:
tha t 'onst able.'
"iU drove the oflicer, and j~upini
ouu riig, hue huand~ed the lhi esto thn
"WhIiy you beat me here, fi d ,' sait.
(. s-, I /wr,' shud the pedler.
-I eer, i0 ne:tr lii , we'll let u le tiiai
)e i ver uiltil uuitoluilig: Il [akt
carei of the inane andi wagni."'
Tlhe pleller hadl nio objetions.~..-so ii
lihlv vyer tilitil mriulimig, whleni brighi
ul earuly, thue ttonstabile fiil luiutse
hued ten dillarus and cl osts for violatiny
ie uilda. travelinig law!
TIhe dtlicer gr iedI andu squiirmied
lbut as dhe ease was tunile out, clear a~s
ounuuuitti leaned~ that altikee pecii
lers, ike el'ed tutols, uium he hunlet
Carefull v.--Sainaan~ ltua 6hr.
W. A. KENT & MfITCHELL~
F'AiS IIIOiN A BL I
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E ST AB1315l11 EN '1',
No. 268 liig-streect, corner of
XWceitwortII, Charleston, -. C.
IPijraorsa will find at all times a full and
hEAD YiJLIDAE CL OTlIING
A I? TI(C'LLsS .
W. A. KENT. G. It. MITrCHErLL
i'Iammmutaeloiry 1 113 lt~trslmiugtoii
'Stor'es N. V.
MUUSIC, MlUSICAL, INSTRUMENTSi,
Kin;; street. .Sian of the Lyre,
GREGU, IIAYDI:x, & (IRE(;U,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEVELI, SILV ER WI ARlE
(Jorier of K ig and I lf.el : f*tret s,
1I. sII)Ni:1 II.\I\'l)\,
A. 11. IIAYDEN,
M_.A.V "!:i, l' l!. :10 IV~
Dry Goods in Charleston
E:. W1. It:. Nt 11I" 14. iivi7a. the Zliia*Iatmil of
I Ia* If::s Iuattt r:"iv ,aif hi, $pri ~- a. "1 SnaI hilt
fialries foar Iaha.ia I )re-s -"u t ':,
Silk, ( rr uuhus. 1,.suaa Sil s, Ir'ia, ,ls
~ 'eWI . I. (::n" hatu s, I'rcilts, Liaw as,
llfa n l cuys a : i ~~ \Iflaea..
asnd I sshli-araer",I ("aiata ;a. (;,i .111-t.
S-ilk '-S aeuI
I lii I ).aina.l.s. l)1ip -r-., Tl,.ir T.:i'tIs,
I1tsierv. white' (oads, Cuols for (eutlimneu
Ill Iis 1)1) '11 ,;" It' l .1 "I 1 ROOMS1, wvill
hea foulsll as5 n-i ia 21 Ia lalt, a--a rto: --it of( el
the,' lIaiius S'tyIle oa I to.ia,- _se G( 'i t::, siiich us
are adiapeda to s-r% :liiii~ st~c:r atna ftt'rtil i.!
HeIt ct'ii t"iIaatlI lit~lti 1ltlitiaall to til)So gieA
ini the SEfilitme3~i9 9 olial4 m.
aunia lt Prs-i. always th I.\l".
Aill-21ifNew & Fashionable Clothing,
GEORGE1 A. 111.1)1':,
ILr The frieauds of A. H. Brad
haml, Esq., announcle him us a cindidato for the
oflice of Sherifl at the next electiu.
March 29th, 1849, 24td
Go-We are authorized to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum
er District, at the next Election.
-r1W e are authorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RIIAME, a candi
date for the oflice of Sheriff, at the ensuing
sept. 27, 1819. 48 tf
0"rThc Friends of Richaard
B. BROWN, announce him as a Candidate
for the Ollic. of .Sheriff' of Sumter District
at the eiinsnir Election.
Septl. '20, 1 s1N. 47 tf
.f 'We are authorized to anmounce Major
IOIIN B.\ L.AItl), as a candidate for
Sherill' at the ensning election.
A pril '1th1, 181N. 2G If
03.-T h']e ll'ricads ol'W illiassa
A. C(1I('I.(.)l11, Esq , :announce himt as a
:andidate for Sheritl' at the next Election.
April 19, 18-I1. 25
(Tr We are authorized to
announce lr. .10llN O. DU I.ANT as a
candidate for the . !lice of Clr! kf The Colurt
at the elsninog elect1in.
Nov.8 3 tf
M1r. Editor:--l'le :ioumonneC .1OiN
)\I:(.\\ N JONl-4i, aS a c:inllaite for re
election to the otlice of Clerk of the Court
for Sumiter District, and oblige the
SUr IE I.iNS.
A pril 20lt h, 1851;. 2(1 t f
aU etrc itillorizeil1 to a)n
noinne ).\ N I E l. 11. ItlC II1It(G, a can
dilate for the oflice of Clerk at the ensuing
.huin. "' , i- 16. 1:1 tf
FORl T.AX CO LLECGTORt.
NV' ' a rc: itlliOriz(( t o ml-1
nounceu A.E LFN )E-R \\'A\' 1T T, I-s1., as
a ('aniid ~a' for Tax Collector, of Ciarein1.t
county at the cin ig 1-:lect in,
South Carolina Rail-Road,
1 'p. Dorn.
Il."ave " f. .eave
(harleslton, 10.0(1 a. in. I li tlllborg, 5.t 0 a. n.
S.oti's, 11 1) dd. \l:r.-h's, 5.25 do.
lo!-on'st.l. 1.0)5 dols. .\i.i'n, 6,-2O do.
Xo 1.r i h-, 11.15 d1. \\ 'oii , /.:() do.
25.\l l-e .O. I 1.;i, -1o. 1 l____, c. .
I .:.:v d., I 1.51 do. rhtis 1q5I.
II(3.'7, 12.10) p.m1. Md'vi,~~ o
-II .\lde'1T.O. 12.25 do. Irohil.~,1 o
* i'eve's', I 00t (do. 1.'rv', 1.( 1)
lir:u'ehi'dle, 1.1.1 do. 1 *lI..l 1)do
* '1 i'.. ' 2.(1 do.\\'bstn 7.;AI0 do.
Il~a L' li, 121 ~2.iakile,~ I80 do.
o~l :isodo.SiuGraham', I .15 do.
nui 51)5 d. ['idwa, li 1150 do.
ir ii , 5 1 do. Iiiratehvi, 2.:(0 d. '
\r I o r~.,(Jit)do..r's~o, 1.0) do.
.lidway, 2.110 do. IIasiis's, 11.0 do.
G r more'ii, 2,15 do. I a:ide, 71.1) do.
Otaillei, :2) dlo. I23.\ldeT. .15 do.
A113 en.ii 1505 doi. .lliison's, (1 do.
.ol h', 5:15 do. Ar ine hi, 92.20 p. m
I'p. Doi en.
I .v T.eave
la ne v lle, ),1 . m. *ohnnhi., 2:1(0 a. m.i
lI we's 10 do.) I:;lokins', 0:2 .i~ 1
* ran~rehur 4. ,:.15~t do.31adIden, 7505 do.
.Iand jn'a 2504 di. .lunctions, 7.15 dol.
Xr wiyville, 2.l) do. 1-'rt .\loite, 7i.-10 do.
I -'ort .\oIe :', :10 doI!P.'IY . I.'ws i , 100 d.
.lo etin, 1.5 d . .~on so'. Ie .41 .
I ( .den, - ' *0)do. Orang burg, i5 do1.
4114ki ', -il:10ai do. 1) diowe' :.11) 31
Ar Col'h:150 do. ArI.lrh'le,.0 d5414
acn a Ladn. rSae
1(1 I I l m' i 5:i au d I 3, 4) i I.i.0 'ii3
1(1 r.-mo4.' t 43 o
.i A i, 7.'i15ii'i 43 iie''vntit
a ip on'c , 9.20 (dov'. 4rSlli
('Ihnabia, 10 p'I.m
A. 3, & P
Are daily receiving from New York and Ch
to their usu
Dry Goods, Ready-IM~a
Hats, Shoes, Saddlery. Mechanics' Tools,
all of which, have been selected with great c:
tion of country, and will be sold as cheap and
in this place.
To give some idea to their customers and tI
rewy leadng articles as it would be impossible
ate all the varieties embraced in their genera
Good Brown sugars, at(, 8 and 1(
Crashed Loaf do. " 12 1-2
Negro Kerseys, 8, 9 and
Calicoes, 10, 18 anr
Brown llomespuns, a yard and a 4
Do. do. 3.4, 7-8, and
300 pairs women's shoes at 50 ce
20 doz. Linen cambric 1-landercl
With an endless variety of Miscellaneous
an opporitunity of showing to their customer
purchasers will find it unnecessary to leave tl
JOHN T, GREEN,
ATTORNE Y AT LAW,
ZumtrUrill, a. 6.
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaw Districts.
Ollice one door below Clark's Ilutel.
RICHARD M, DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
amnterofite, Z. (.t
JOSEPH B, KERSHAW,
ATTORNIEY AT LAW,
Broad-street, Camden, S. C.
Attends the Courts of Kershaw, Sumter,
Lancaster and Fairfield Districts.
GREGG, PALMER & GREGG,
Will practice in the Courts of Law and
Equity, for Fairlicld District; and
GREGG & GREGG,
will practice in Kershaw and Sumter, in ad
dition to Richliand.
Columbia, 1st January, 1849. 17 l1j
?. ?. 03D11'N 1UOM , j
SU R(GEON 1)ENTIST,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
ir. 11. will administer the Chloroform in
Surg ical and Dental Operations, if required.
June 7, . 1 . 3'3 I y
More New Goods Received
The subseribers have received another lot
of Sprig (ods. 'T'hey ha'e a great varielv
of ladies' Dress Gonis, consi-ting(, (viz.) of
mbrridred sli n emb r lossed do. (lotted do.
iprig dio. col'd. (14., 1lawns, Camblries, 31uslin,
Ginigham s, col 'd Ginnamrs, mourning do. &c.
A variety of Linen lirills, Vestings, Ready
tmade Clot:h ing, Panama and Leghorn I lats,
Caiforuuia I lats, &c.
Also o b le fouml at their Grocery, fresh
No. 1, Mlackerel, dried Ilierrinis, N.'C. and
country llacon and Lard, superior N. 0. Mo-.
lasses, &c. J. TI. 8SOJ0NS & CO.
N\EW DRUG STfORE,
The subscriber w.ouldl respectfully inform
his customrers, friendls, anid the puble gener
ally of Sumt er, that lie has, and wvill constant
ly keep on hand, a Fresh and w.'ell selected
stoc'k of Meiiines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Window G lass and Putty; Fine Soaps and
Fancy Articles; all of which will be sold
R. SIDNIEY ME LLETrT, M.D.
One door tresl of AlcLeanf's old stand.
I', S. All orders from the country prompt.
New Spring & Summer Goods,
Th'le subtscribers have just received and
ar no11w oprening a heauit iflul uand well se
ected aissortmitent of~ Goods, sunitable for
the season. A tmotng their rich selection
will he iuin--liarages. Mlusliris. Ginig
hamrs nril ivery varrietv of Ca':licoes.
.\s, lfar G.etInrn's wvear Linenca drills,
lIhah dl' hti's, anrd ('tonadres. A renerail
a'-otirt , C:t trn Godsr, such us lrou~ n,.
llreiihed andlcolrd, I bom<c Spunsi Cheeks,
d icking~ '28 and :It inclhes; Currtrighlt
).aaburg., Ciockirv, hlordlware, Shoes,
I hats, k..e., &c., at C.harlesitn pii iers.
C2LA ltK & LE~~VIS.
Thre snb:crir rtier:s forr sale his planta
ii n,t tuat a tet watren tumtervilIle and~ State
tui!, cotainintg 5lit acres of1 land-; a pol
dw'eflbnie I house and tolut -briblinigs, with anr
excelerit Grit .\bil: the Mal lioue is in
liret rat rpi, hain been lately rebuol(t oni
:4n iproved plan, a4 good) starnd for customn,
Iwah ai I mn hrouse attacheda, runinrg bywa
ter. Airy persont w.ishinig to purchiase cain
'nitr, r \pril 30, 19-1) . 27 t
IMPROVED COTTON GINS,
Thankf ul for prast favourst, ther subscriorlh
w.' esI to in1formr the pulic4 that lie stil
la nufactuires (CUTTO'l' N G INS at his Es.
tlielnnen~tt ini Statesbuirg oni the miost im-r
p frovedi aind apprloved4 pla tn, of t~n'he mst sim
prle r'oostrution~i of the tittest finish, and~ o4f
the behst mteitriails, to w.'it, .N/ / Nur aind
*X/,r/ jdlaterib (/5case ha rdlenedi, in which hec
wdl sill for Iwo d4 r hirs per saw. JIe also
r4'p4;irs 44b4 Gits, and4( pnts1 them int (4om
pl14te ordfer at. thle shortest notiace. All or
ders for Giris wdi 1libe promttply andl punct u
ally attended to.
6 Dozen Townsend's Earsa
lpi rd4 r, juhst received arid fo r sale at.
arleston, and are now opening, large addition
iI variety of
le Clothing, Groceries'
IE, &c. &c.
salt, iron, Paints, Medicines, Dye stuff &c
ire and direct regard to the wants of thissec.
on as accommotating terms as can be bought
e public of their prices, they will mention a
in the space of an advertisement to enumer
) cents per pound,
10 yards to the Dollar.
I 2) L 6 6
buarter wide, 10 cents.
4-4 at 6, 7 and 8 cents.
nts a pair,
liefs, at 12 1.2 cents a piece.
Goods Which they keep ando would be glad of
_, feeling well assured that upon examination
us and go to any other market to buy cheap.
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
extent in the above line, both for new wor:
and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
any made in the State, possesing 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 Steel Plate Saws,
with teetih set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the finest staple, with an irnprovment
to regulate the motingot the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a ph n, giving at once, the
advautages of lightness, strength and force
all very material in the successful operation
of a Gin. We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure the public generally,
that they shall have no cause to complain
either ot our work or prices.
We are also prepared to do work in the
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
HUDSON & BROTHER.
Opposite the 'reslyterian church.
Siniterville, April 22, 1847. 26 ly
AT THE CAlMIDEN BAZAAR.
M: DRUCKER & CO., respectfully inform
theircustomers in Sumter and the public gen
erally, that they have received a large and
general assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting of every variety suitable for the
season, Also, a complete assortment of
READY-3.1I DE CLO'IIING,
Groceries, Ilardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnets, fHats and Caps,
Bagging, Rope, and
SADDLES, BRiDLES, &C.
And every other article usually kept in their
linie of business; all of which are offered-for
sale at e.xt renuely iou' prices for C'ash. Re
memuber to call ait the
CAMDEN BA ZAAR,
OJpposite the Camden flank, Camden, S.C
A CARD, *
The subscriber, having taken, the corner
Store, (kiiown as McLeans) would, most
respec'tfu lly, acquaint his old Friende, and
lie P'ubbe~ at large, that he will at all times
take pleasure to accommrodate thienm, in Cut
ting and Making utp Garments, in the most
Fashionable and substantial manner.
ie will keep constantly on hand a fresh
and seasonable assortment, of outfitting, of
thle latest aind most approved Fashions, and
hopes, by punctuality arid is desire to please
all, to merit a continuance of their Patron
age and confidence.
D. J. WVINN.
Ja n. 15, 1 A49, 12 tf
A fine as'sortmnent of Ready Made Clothing
with Shirts D~rawers Cravats Gloves &c.
P ana Leghorn and Palmleaf Hats,
broad brim fur do., ve--y low for Cash.
L. B. IIA NKS.
The subscriher. through~ the solicitation of his
friends, ha~s madte arrangemlenits to stand his ce.lo
b~rated florse IIUCErI'tIA LUS, Jr. in Samter
District , I itheiesuinig Spring. Said Ihorse mny
hixpected to pass throiieh Suimierville, by
l'toni. aind perhaps siatebiorg, and in the Fork
olIliack ltiver; aind any olh. r pltace where eeur
ihci'itly einoiraged and convenijent to his route,
whicb wvill be de'terminedl by the groom.
Tertaas~-lucephus. Jr., will be let ~to
mnaren. at $4.00 ; 88.00 the season. nnd $ 12,00
0 inre 'h, cenis to the grooni in every in-.
stance. Partinig ith the mare forieis thes in
snriance im every instance. Every cenre ill be
taken to pirevenlt accidents, but 1n0 liability should
N. 11. Where a company of f6 or 8 mares is
made, op by responsibte persons, and the fiorse
anid Groomi furiisthed free of charge as he ispa
iiig roiind through the seauson, I will rcduce tha.
Seas~oni ito "4,, aint t he inisuranice to $10. I will
atso give the same chance to all thiose who feet
disposed to patronize my iforso upon said teitms
ucephialus, Jr.,* wius got ly 3. P. Rloter.'
lUncephatin.; he byv w'iliaimson's Redford of Vin.
ennta, and lie by Old implorted fliedford. Old
hlncei~jiiduts' d1em1 was biy old king flerod, and
he I y T wig; Tiwig by the old imported James;
hii g. daii was, accordinig 10 information, a
Medley. Uncephaliis Jlnior's dam was got by
olid White Oak Splii; lie by Lewis Colt iins' Spit
whiose pierforrmanic as a Rlaco llorse wias well
establlished oii the Camdehn TFurl, and be out of
the old iimporteid Ra'the-tho.-'ash; Bucephalue
Jr's. g. dtimi was got by Marcus.
1 co0111, here publish a long list of certificates
from ififerent Districts reliativo to buciephalu
Jr's. repluitaon as a foal getter, but deemi it use
esas reference can be had to his printed bills,'
anid to citizens of Sumter District, who have
seeni of his culls and know they will not suffer
by comnparisoni with thoso of ally other Ihorse.
JAM Es D. McILWAIN.
March It, 18.19. 20 3m
5O00 Spanish, hallf Synn iishan
.\meirre'an Segars and tine Chewing Tobaac'e
for Sale hv',
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