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g0 the Girt.
M&. Editor: As you have a number
of fair readers, I beg you will allow the
following which I find in an old paper,
a place in your columns. It is selected
expressly for your lady readers, and
most kindly commeded to thon. By
studying it a little they will find it con
tains some excellent admonitions.
II. S. ,,,,,
"Courting, vs. Attention."
"This is a subject which, always im
portant, is becoming peculiarly so, and
we design to call the attention of the
young people occasionly, in hope of ar
resting an alarming and destructive
Young ladies are bound to fall in love
as soon as possible, and bound to be to
a partner for life, as soon as the neces
sary preliminaries can be made----such
as getting a lover, fascinating him thor
oughly, being courted, having the
question popped, getting the wedding
garments in array, and inviting friends
to see them prettily martied. The
young man is bound to be galrant and
polite and to admire, w ithout stint,
all the pretty young girls known and
unknown; to doff the beaver, offer
his arm, invite to the ride, the ple
asant saunter--in short, to all an
sundries indeed to show his devotion
and gallantry towards the sex, until
some enchantress throws her spell
around him, and he sinks, subdued; in
to a common place, indifferent, careless
Now out of these things grow diflicul
ties. A young man admires a pretty
girl, and must manifest it; he cannot
help doing so for the life of him. The
young lady has a tender heart, reach
ing out like vine tendrils for something
to cling to, she sees the admiration, is
flattered, begins soon to love, expects
some tender avowal, and perhaps gets
so far as to decide that she will choose
awhite satin under a thin gauze, &c.,
at the very moment the gallant, that
she loves, is popping the question
(good! ha! ha!) to another damsel ten
miles off. Now the difficulty lies in
not precisely understanding the differ
ence between polite attentions and the
tender manifestations of sighing love.
Admiring a beautiful girl, and wishing
to make a wife of her, are not always
the same, and therefore, it is necessary
that a girl should be on the alert to dis
cover to which class the attentions paid
her by handsome and fashionable young
gentlemen belong. It is hard to draw
the exact line of seperation between po
lite attentions and downright courting,
but our great age and extensive experi
ence have enabled us to observe enough
to aid the young and artless in deciding
First then.---if a young fellow greets
you in a loud, free and hearty voice
if he knows precisely where to put his
hat, or his hands---if ie stares you
straight in the eye with his own wide
open---if he turns his back to you to
speak to another---if he tells you who
made iris oat.---it he sqIezs your hnand
--ifhle eats heartily in you r pr-esence
if he fails to talk v'ery kindly of your
mother--if ire sneezes when you arec
singing, or criticises y'our curls, or fails
to be very foolish in fifty ways every
hour, then don't fall in love withr huim
for the wvorld; Ire only admires you, let
him do or say wirat he will. But if ire
,merry wvithr every one else, but quiet
~with you; if he be anxious to see that
your tea is sufficiently sweetened, and
your dear person well wrapp~ed up
when you go out in the cold; if Ire talks
very low and never looks you in tire
eye; if his cheeks arec red, or if hre be
p ale andl his nose blu, it is enough; if
he romps with your sister, sighs ilke a
pair of hellows, looks solemn when you
are addressed by another gentleman,
and in fact, is theo most still, awkward,
stupid, yet anxious of your male friends,
you may go ahead anid inv-oke thre shaft
of Cupid with perfect safety, and make
the poor fellow too happy for his skiun
to hold him."
The young ladies in sonie parts of New
Jersey are saidl to be so tender hearted, that
when a poour fellow us distressedl for the wvant
of a wife, they place themselves in his wayv
that he may have a chanuce to make one of
thenm anr offer.
The tonie of goo~d company is miarkedl ,y
the absence of puersounalities. Anrmong welhl in
formed persons, thiere a-re plenty of topics to
discuss, wvithorut giving~ pain to any one pire
sent-wvithout submiitting to act the part of
a buul, or of that still poorer creature, the
wvag that plays upon h-mr.
There are some minds which we must
leave to their idiotismi.
Mrs. Gummy was readhing the papers
the other dny, when she held up hoth
hands, and declared thaut the insane com-.
mfittee had reported over two hundred ca
PgnsoNA L THuEATtiicALs.-ilAverybodyv
has his own theatre, in which lie is mana
ger, actor, promipter, play wrighti, scene
shifter, box-keeper, door-keeper, all in
one, and audience iinto tho bargarin.'
Bare's Guesses at Truthk.
H-ARD Tiress.--"Thlese are hard times.'
said John Smith, when ho fell down on
the ice with a pig of iron on each should
The Board of Trustees of the Bradford
Springs Institute, having elected a Principa
and two Assistant Teachers, to serve during
the present year, in whose qualifications they
have the highest confidence, and having made
every arrangement preparatory to the com.
mencement of its exercises on the first
MIONDAY in JULY next,-give notice to
the Stockholders and the public, that Pupils
will be received at the Institute at and from
The admirable location of the Bradford
Sprinits in point of health, and the character
of the Teachers employed, together with the
active supervision of the Board of 'T'rustees,
and the extensive influence pledged to the
support of the Institute, will, it is confidently
believed, at once secure for it a high reputa
A Visiting Committee, will be appointed
by the ''ruotees, which will from time to
time, visit the Institute, and recommend any
regulations which may conduce to the imn.
provement, health, or ceni fort of the pupils;
and parents are assured that no pains will be
spared in the culture of mind and heart, to
implant aad strengthen those principles, and
form those qualties which best adorn the fe
The institute will be opened tinder the
charge of Rev. E. CATER as Principal,
with Miss E. SPAIN as Assistant Teacher,
and Mrs. E. lIUMal'ELL as Teacher of
Music, French, Ornamental Needle-work,
The annnal term of the Institute will con
sist of two sessions of live months each, be
ginning on the first Monday in February and
ending the last Friday in November.
Terms of Tuition and Board,
Board and Tuition in the entire
English course, per session of
five months, - - - 875
Music on tihe Piano, IIarp or
Guitar. including Vocal Mu
sic and use of Instrument, per
session, &c. - - . .- e
I.ttin, French or Italian, - - - 20
Drawing and Painting, - - - 15
Shell and Wax work, the mate
rials furnished by the pupils, - - - 5 00
NoTE.-Pupils who return home at the end
of the week anal have no washing done at
the Institute will be charged one-third less
REV. HENRY D. GREEN,
Pres't. ot' the Board.
SuROWEL E. WLSON, V. Pres't.
JAS. E. LEMBE ItT,
W. W. Al.S''ON,
J. S. RICHARDSON, Jit.
F. J. MOSES,
lb~v. NOAl GRAIIAi,
JOHN A. COLULODUII, SR.
W. N E'I" 1'LES.
June 13, 1819. 33 tf
BY ROBERT LATTA,
LATE BY C. II. DAVIS,
Would respectfully announce, that. le has
now in charge the above wcll located intel,
convenient to the most btusiness part of the
Town, for travellers; directly on all streets
passing through-and now undergoing thor.
ough repairs. Ile earnestly solicits a call
from his friends and the public generally-for
he feels cen/idenu that they cannot be other
wise than pleased, as no pains will be spared
to make all comfortable.
A variety of the best Liquors can be had at
the Bar, except on Sundays. (oddard's old
1S95 lirandy and other line L(iors in bott les:
the most. favorite brands of Chinapagnes; the
choicest brands of Segarsand ''obacco; Scotch
Ale in pints; SOua W rATE and ICE wil be
kept constantly on hand during the summer
Good Stables, roomy lots for )rovers, and
al ways plenty of corn, oats and fodder, and
lIe is agent for the Northern Line of Sta
N. li.-Omibuses run regularly to atnd
fromt the lhil lload D).pot for piassenigers,
whIo can also he atc~onntniodat ed w itn a car
riatgr, buggy or horse to go into thle cotuntry.
Condaeit, .\ay 21, 1 419. d1 tf
Cod Liver Oil,
A fresh sumpply of thme above Oil of stuperi
or quality, just received at.
Z. .J. DellAY'S,
XcarI/y Opposite .llasonic flnil.
Ca nnle n, Atei 1. 1419. ____
For family and plattion tuse of tine qutali
ty, and puiit tip itn mptantti ties to sumit purchta.
sers, alwvays ott hand atnd for sale by
Z,. J. DlldAXY,
?.early Opposite )hlasonic flail.
Thte subscriber keeps constantly ott hand,
a full su pply of T1raint Oil of good quainlity
which he ofliers for sale by theo gallon or
quatttity at reduced prices.
Z,. J. D)EIlAY.
Canmmen June 1st, 1817. :32 t f
For Diseased Horses,
WVAltitENT'ED T1U GCLTtE, Lateess,
Spavit, Big' Jaw, F'ountder, Spraitts and
St rains, Sph~nts, W ittd Gal ls, lt ing Bonte
St ring IIa It, Truslh, I'oh I Evil, we ., &c.
llatvinlg beem appointe.d Agentt fir thte above,
I woulId callI the atten'ttti of lFarmers andt
dealers itt Ihorses to thme itmpotrtanuce of htav.
ing it a lways at hand.
Z,. J. l)TIIAY.
( muttlen Junie I st, 1'19 3t:l tf
SPRING AND SUMMHYER
Tonsln's." arsaada II bersara
parila l'ill-, Gordol, Spncr's ir Irehs
Wn rghts antd fLee's lI'ml s; ftochme's Ettbr.ca
ion for I loopting Coitgh; I astinog's Syr. Nap
tha, Aver's Cherry P'ectoral & c. & .'. All o
whiceb miay lbe hadl fresht antd genin te at
Z,. . lDEIA V'S.
Nearily ()pl osite .lasonic flail.
Camdon Jtune st, 1819. 33 tI
The undorsignen has just received a ful
atnd general assortmnt. oft New Goods, which
Ite will sell very low for Casht or good pa~por
__________ L. B. IIANKS.
10OPiecea M~uscheto Nettin~
ftw sala chap~ n L. B. flANKmg
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E S T A B L I S11M E N '',
No. 268 King-street, corner ol
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will find at all tunes a full and
complete stock of Gent's.
W. A. KENT. G. It. MITCHELI
Manufactory 1 1 3 WasIiIngton
Stores N. Y.
May 1819. 30 tf
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUIENTS,
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 Hasell streets,
Charleston, S. C.
-U. SIDNE Y lAY DEN,
A. 11. H AYDEN,
May 23, 1&,19. 30 ly
Dry Goods in Charleston
For Spring of 1849.
E. W. BA NC ItO FT, invites the attention of
lunters and their lunilies, who visit the city to,
Ho his now received his Spring Stock which
consists of ev-ry variety of Rich and Elegant
fabrics for Ladies Dress-such as,
Silk, Greaadines, Tissue Silks, Bareg-s, Mus
line", Sewing Silk, Grnthums, Prints, Lawns,
Iloabazines, Chaalys, Alpacav.
hahwls of every Style, such as, eletant Plain
and Emobrordered Canton C'rape, Cashmere,
Sewing Stlk, Silk Muslin, Barege and Plain
I,inens, Damnsk., Diapers, Long Lawns,
Linen Sheetings and Lien Goods in great varie
Hosiery, white Goods, Goods for Gentlemens
wear etc., etc.
In his DOMESTIC GOODS ROOMS, will
be found as usual a enmpletn assortrment of all
the leading Styles of Domestic Goods, such as
are adapted to servants wear and family use
lIe confidently invites attention to the Stock
as one of the
Largest and most Extcassive
in time Soutlherma f o atry.
and the Prices always the LOWEST POSSI
253 King Stroet. Carleston S. C.
April 1849. 24 tf
New & Fashionable Clothing,
GEORGE A. .lYDE,
SUCCESSOn TO HOUSTON & itY DE, 283 KiG -ST.
Opposite Mkerchaft8 hotel.
Manufacturer, Vholcsale and Retail Dealer
G. A. II. Respectfully invites the attention
of his friends and the public to his large as
sortment of Fashionablc and Elegant Cloth
ing* now on hand, equal in every respect t(
the best custom work, to which he is weekly
adding large supplies direct front his own
Manufactory in New York.
'This Est'alistineit is conducted entirely
on the Cash Principles both in purchase anti
sales, giving hint great advantage itn his se
lecdtis and etnabhnag him to to sell at New~
Yourk rates. lie is niow oli'ring this stock,
(whieb is not exc'elled for rariety, style, Iweaui.
ty, antd durability of r.eannship in thea
U niona, at such ptrces as to maiake it :an induttce.
maetnt foir puarchtasitng to call biefore miak ing
thaeir selectionas. A superior aissorttmentt o1
Fitae Shirts, Collars, Cravats, (XtCne, &c. &c.
cotnstiantly ott hand.
Withi attentive and obliging salesmen,
gentlemenic can de'pentd upon having theit
wants supplied imnmedaately. All garments
wvarrantedl to fit well and gave satisfaction iai
LI-Mr. Jatns 'T Da~tn, long known in thie
clothinig line is now at this cstaibiliihmett
whlere he would be happy to see and servc
GEO. A. IIYDi,
Succestor to I loustaon & Ilyvde.
Charleston. May 23, 18-19. 3o ' l
The tundersignetd late oif the Untited States
hotel, Auusa Georgia,) hiavintg leasedl the
CIIARLlfsTON HOTEL for a term ol
years, takes pleasure in statinig that the en.
tire Establishmnent has beeni refitted and ftur.
inishied with new Fuirnitture, atnd is now open
for the recep~tiont of company.
Imnprovenments have also beetn made in the
hlouse, particularly int the L.adies' l)epart
mtent hy the addhition of a Recep~t ion Pa rhor,
and~ the removal of the Ladies' Drawittg
Whlichi imiprovemuents, heo is assured, will
greatly aidd to the cotmforts of the guests 01
thle house; atnd hopes, by strict at tetion enI
his owti hart together wit h the officers of his
hiouue to tmerit a liberal share of the public
DA NI EL MIXER, Proprietor.
July 25, tIO1. 39! ly
BY .%TIIN' &, DIVV~ER.
CorDner ofi in g aind Society Streets,
('114I AR1ST(LVN, N. C.
TIhis I lotel, situated ini the butsiness parn
of the city, (olbrs evecry dlesirabile cotafori
attd coneveniienice t) the Travelhn rg ( 'ommnt.
ntity, and~ Pecrmiaent lltoarders. Tlhe estalh.
hlihment is condutctedl strictly oan Tetmper.
atnce princ(iles. TERMS MOD)E iATPE.
(?I* An Ominibus and C'arriage will at tenta
the Steamiboat Wh~larf, attd also to the Rat
Road Depot, for the accotmmotdation of Pas.
Feb21 17 ly
10O,009 SEGARS for Sale by
L. D. H ANKs.
1-r The . friends of A. it. Brad.
han, Esq., announoo him as a candidate for the
office of Sheriff at the next election.
March 29th, 1849, 24cd
Cc.0-We are authorized to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of SherifF of Sum
er District, at the next Election.
IrjWe are authorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RLIA ME, a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing
sept, 27, 1819. 48 tf
O -The Frienads of Rilchard
D. BROWN, announce him as a Candidate
for the Offic.a of Sheriff' of Sumter District
at the ensuing Election.
Sept. 20, 18-18. 47 tf
G(r We are authorized to announce Major
JOHN BALLARD, as a candidate for
sheriff at the ensuing election.
April 20th, 1848. 20 t f
02The f'ienads of Williaan
A. COLCLOUGII, Esq, announce him as a
:andidate for Sheriff at the next Election.
April 10, 1848. 25
(G We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOHN O. DURANT as a
candidate for the < flice of Clerk of the Court
at the ensuing election.
Nov.8 3 tf
Mr. Editor :-'lease announce JOHN
DARGAN JONES, as a candidate for re
election to the office of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
SI; T ERfI.\ S.
April 20th, 1818. 20 tf
(Q"e are authorized to an
nounce DANIEL 11. RICIIBOIJRG, a can
didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan. 20, 1810. 13 tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
(l" We are authorized to an.
nounce ALEXANDER WATTS, Esq., as
a ('andidate for Tax Collector, of Claremont
county at the ensuing Election,
South Carolina Rail-Road,
Charleston, 10.00 a. m. Ilainuhrg, 5.00 a. n.
Sneath's, 10.40 dd. 'Marsh's, 5.25 do.
ladson'st.o.11.05 do. fAiken, 0(,20 do.
Sunerville, 11.15 do. Williston, 7.30 do.
251ileT.O. 11.30 do. llackville, 8.00 do.
Ridgeville, 11.50 do. JGraam's, 8.25 do.
Ross's, 12.10p.mi .lidwav, 850 do.
41 MileT.O.12.25 do. Jranchville, 9,30 do.
Georges', 12.45 do. Reeves', 10.00 do.
Reeves', 1.00 do. Geor re's, 10.20 do.
Branchville, 1.4.1 do. 411.loeT.O.10 40 do.
Midway, 2.20 do. "toss's 11.00 do.
Graham's, 2.5 do. Ridgeville, 11.10 do.
Blackville, :3.20 do. 2(MdeT.O.1l.0 do.
Williston, 3.5t) do. umerville,11.45 do
Aiken, 5115 do. 1.'son's, Rd 11.55 do.
lar.ha's, 535 do. Siaeath, 12.20 p. mn.
Ar. Ilamn'rg., 0.00 do. Ar.Cha'ston, 1.00 do.
Branchville, 1, 15 p. m. ColuOiaj, 0.00 a. nm.
Rowes 2,0 d. llpkin's,630 do.
Orangeburg 2,35 d.Gail.n .4 o
Jaiesona's, 2.5t)d.Jnt0t, 71 o
Levisvile, 3.10 (0 ot.ot,7'0(O
Fort Mlotte, :1,30 d.LwsilS01(O
. anet ion, :3.55 aa 1 ~ 821(0
G adsden, 4.10(1.Oagtrg83do
I I opjkin's, 4 30(1.Rw' 10d
Ar olbia 500do. A.dsdlen, 9.20 do.
'Fue~lay, o.h~ Fo Mote,.4d.
Leaedo.. Lewive, 8o~.0d.
(~:oade, 00 . amnsoln', 8.40 d. a
Ilokit's o 4)do.I Irangeburg'a,8.35) do.
Clneaaon,60do. Rowei's .00 do.
Ar Cleo'ba, 53.00) do r. Garseh',0.20.
Tesdas, Thurday' aln 4.45urday.
okissp. 4)d Dlare n5.13(0
Laea den, 500 a. m . o.ba 1.15 p. m
Bo.in's, 's 53 ;do lmpo's 1.50 do0.
C(aremont, r000n,64 do. pinss (10 d.
Midlon, M dl.oa30 do. se, 305 do.
LJu.hnctin, 7.15 (ucion, 355 do.
Gddn 7.5do. M iddleto n, o 4.45 do.
IC)mpton'k, 8.2 do.1 B(ykn'. 5415 do.
Ar.atlumabdia,8415 do. 4men3.15 do
Monday, ISensays, adFias
LeCamden, 5.00 a. m.I(ntin 3.15 (1.m
d o. ki ykin's5. 30 do. idetn'1.450(10.
dlreot 6.00 rem 0ntCl 00 do 5.15 do0.
dMiddleto n, (1 30 do. 3ias .00 do.
LeJuaJnctin,1.0 do. 3aaea .15 do0.
Jdo. Bki's 9.0do .4 o
Acona Cad Lard for Sa.5do
Clarmn, .0 C.do., ' Claemnt 271 do.
Arnon,7.10o dnuaof L~.aden,'0.15e do.'
mdBacon andk Lo ar for Sale
Ma n 27
A. J, & P . M1OBSE8 s
Are daily receiving from New York and Charleston, and are now .cpeni'g, 1nA
to their usual variety of
coNsIsT o OF
Dry Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, Grodri
lIARDWAftE, &c. &c.
TOGETHER W tTIf
IIate, Shoes, Saddlery. Mechanics' Tools, Salt, Iron, Paints, Medicines, Dye~s
all of which, have been selected with great care and direct regard to the wantq
tion of country, and will be sold as cheap and on as accommodating terms as na
in this place.
To give some idea to their customers and the public of their prices, they wil
ew leading articles as It would be impossible ini the space of an advertisement to& e
ate all the varieties embraced in their general assortment:
Good Brown sugars, at6, 8 and 10 contH fper pound,
Crashed Loaf do. " 12 1-2 do do.
Nero Kerseye, 8, 9 and 10 yards to the Dollar.
Calbroes, 16, 18 and 20 " " "
Brown Ilomespuns, a yard and a quarter wide, 10 cents.
Do. do. 3-4, 7-8, and 4-4 at 0,7 and 8 cents.
300 pairs women's shoes at 50 cents a pair,
20 doz. Linen cambric Hlanderchiefe, at 12 1-2 cents a piece.
With an endless variety of Alisccllaneuus Goods which they keep and vbtiU1' th 4
an opportunity of showing to their customers, feeling well assured that upow exatin
urchasers will find it unn.ecessary to leave this and go to any other market to buy
JOHN T. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sumteruille, 0. cl.
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaw Districts.
Office one door below Clark's Hotel.
RICHARD M. DYSON,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sumteruillc, 5. (1.
JOSEPH B. KERSHAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW?
Broad-street, Camden, Sr- C.
Attends the Courts of Kershaw, Sumter.
Lancaster and Fairfield Districts.
GREGG, PALMIEIR & GREGG,
Will practice in the Courts of Law and
Equity, for Fairfield District; and
GREGG & GREGG,
will practice in Kershaw and Sumter, in ad
dit ion to Richland.
Columbia, 1st January, 1849. 17 tlj
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Mr. H. will administer the Chloroform in
Surgical and Dental Operations, if required.
June 7, 1848. 32 ly
More New Goods Received,
The subscribers have received another lot
of Spring Goods. They have a great variety
of Ladies' Dress Goods, consisting (viz.) of
embroidered Muslins, embossed do. dotted do.
sprig do. col'd. do., Lawns, Cambrics, Muslin,
Ginghams, col'd Ginghams, mourning do. &c.
A variety of Linen Drills, Vestings, Ready
made Clothing, Panama and Leghorn Hats,
California Hats, &c.
Also to be found at their Grocery, fresh
No. 1, Mackerel, dried 1[errins, N. C. and
country Bacon and Lard, superior N. O. Mo
lasses, &c. J. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
NEW DRUG STORE
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his customers, friends, and the public gener
ally of Sumter, that he has, and will constant
ly keep on hand, a Fresh and well selected
stock of Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Wmndow Glass amd l'utty; Fine Soaps and
Fancy Artiees; all of which will be sold
R. SIDNEY M ELLETT, U. D.
One door icest of McLean's old stand.
P, S. All orders frot the country prompt.
y attended to.
New Spring & Summer Goods.
The subscribers have just received and
are now opening a beautiful and well se.
leeted assortment of Goods, suitable for
tihe season. Among their rich selection
will be foun--Iarages, Muslins. Ging.
hams and every variety of Calicoes.
Also, for Gentlemen's wear Linen drills,
Drab d'Ete's, and Cottonades. A general
assortment, Cotton Goods, such as Brown,
Bleached and color'd. I lomnespuns Checks,
fled Ticking 28 and 30 inches; Curt right
Osnaburgs, Crockery, 11ardware, Shoes,
Hats, &;., &c., at Charleston prices.
CLARK & LEWIS.
Arpril 11 24 tf
The subscriber offers for sale his planta.
tion, situated between Sumterville and State
burg, containing 500 acres of land; a .,ood
dwelling Hlouse and out-hidintgs, with an
excellenit Grist Mill: the Mill I lotuse is in
first rate repair, having beenm lately rebuilt on
ani impjroved plan, a good stand for customi,
with a Gin house attached, running by wa..
ter. Any personi wis~hing to purchase can
CJIARflESF C. JA CKSON.
Sumter, April 80, 1949. 27 tf
IMPROVED COT TON GINS,
Thankful for past favours, the subscriber
wishes to informi the public that he still
Manumfactures COT1TON GINS at his Es.
tablishmnent in Sta:tesburg on the most im
piroved and approved plan, of lie most simu
ple construction of the finest finish, and of
the best miaterials, to wit, Steel Saws (ad
Steel plated ribs case hardened, in which he
will sell for two dollatrs per saw. le also
repairs ohld Gins, anid puts t heni in co.
plete order at thte shiorteet notice. All or
dlers for Gins will be pronmply and putiiz.(
ally attended to.
Statohurg, S..C. A pr l 11, 1849. 24 tj
6 Dozen Townsend's Sarsa
paritJ, jtust received and for sale at
ME4LLETT'S DR~UG STOR1-,
GIN MAKING, 4tC,
We are prepared to execute orderso eanf
extent in the above line, both for newf *1e
and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassQdby
any made in the State, possesing alt oad
vantages of the Falling Breast and. 8jding
Ribs, which saves a great deal ibweyf.re
pairs. We also use the Steel Plat. Paws,.
with teeth set in an angle that cnnet possibly
injure the finest staple, with an inproyment.
to regulate the moting of the cotton; ourbiath
is constructed on a plan, giving at-one;e te,=
alvaut.ages of lightness, strength and force
all very material in the successful operation+
of a Gin. We would invite planters t calls
at our shop and. examine for themselves,.
whilst we would assure the public generally,
that they shall have no cause to complaIa
either of our work or prices.
We are also prepared to do work In tiE
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads..WVardrobeu
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables,Cupboars,
&r. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
IIUDSON & BROTHER.
Oposite the Preslyterian churnh.
Sutnterv ile, April22, 1847.20 ly
AT THE CAMDEN BAZAAR
N. DRUCKER& CO., respectfully informs
their customers in Su inter and the public gen
erally, that they have received a large attdi
general assortment of
Spring and Summer Godde;
consisting of every variety suitable for the
season, Also, -a complete assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, .CutIsf,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnets, Hats and Caps
Bagging, Rope, and
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every other article usually kept in their
line of business; all of which are offered for
sale at extrcuw/y lme prices for Cash. Re
member to call at the
Opposite the Camden Baink, Camden, S.C
The subscriber, having taken, the 'corner
Store, (known as McLeans) would, most
respectfully, acquaint his old Friends, and
the Public at large, that he will at all tits
take pleasure to aceommnodate them, ii Cut.
ting and Making up Garments, in the liost
l'ashionable and substantial manner.
He will keep constantly on hand a fresh
and seasonable assortment, of outfittingt.ot
the latest and most approved Fashions, u-'di
hopes, by punctuality and his desire to piease
all, to merit a continuance of their Patie..
age and confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan. 13, 1840, 12 tU
A fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing
with Shirts Drawers Cravats Gloves &e.
Paciama Leghorn and Palmleaf Hite.
broad brim fur do., ve-y low for Cash.
L. B. HANKS.
The subscriber, through the solicitation of his
friends, has made arrangements to stand his cle.
brited Horse BUCEPIJALUS, Jr. in: Sumter
)istriel, the ensuing Spring. Said Horse may
be expected to pass through Suinterville, by
Fulton, and perhaps Stateburg, and in the Fork
of Uluck River; mud any other place whsre saf.
smcieutly encouraged and convenieut to his routes
which will be determined by the groom.
Teraus-flucephalus. Jr., will be Jet .1o.
maren at $4.00 ; $8.00 the season, and -9,00
to insure; 25 cents to the groom in eve&' I.
stance. Parting with the mare forfeits thl.
taken to prevent accidents, but no liability shonld
N. H. Where n company of 6 or 8 mares is
made up by responsible persona, and theoe..J
said (Groom fnriishmed free of charge as he is p
mig round throngh the- season,, I will reduce.
sealsoni to $7, and the insurance to $10.I
also give the same 6hance to all those whW~l
disposed to, patronize my Horse upon gard .l4.
Ilucephalus, Jr., was got by 3. P. Regq.
hltucephalus; ho by Williamson's Bedfrd of Vir...
cimia, and he by Old imported Oedford. Old'
Bucepharlus dlanm was by old king- lerod, atnd
he by Twig; Twig by the old imported. J
his c. dam was, accordiing to' informat y
Medley. llucepahnius Junior's dam) was ot by
.,ld White Oak Spii,; he by Lewis (ct i s
whose, per formance as a Race Horse -was well
essal-lished on iheo Camde.n Turf, and he. ondt:~
thme old imupo. ted Rauttle-thi-Cash,, Buoephalas,
Jr's. g. darn wams got by Marcus.
I :conhl here publish a Ion g list of eeiifqi
froum different Districts relat ive to bueg~l
Jr's. reputation as a fool geiter, but doeni
kien, as refereince oan be biud'to hsis prtd~ '
andl io citizents of Surater District, Wh
t een of his ceoh s andkti ko, -thtey' vrni
by comipurieon with those , f anty- Oth'erfl~rsea
JAMES D. MeILWAI&,a
Morch, 14, 18419-. 20 3m
~OO , Sansh.hrifSpanil)sh d
nmmerican Segars and One Chewing gqo,