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"CooPSfT1TIoN 18 1% 'LIFE OF
Sc uay ; 1 ?~ $ h
fake this imtb Otttocink.thelr modest
pretehtion Ktb notico f "the -deair peopl"
of S uitg.Dspist A "new broom sweeps 1
clean,",an4 frhe purpose of making a clean
sweep of <Il their Groceries, they have re
sQlvod to sell at such prices that will tempt
all peisons to buy who honor them with a
Every variety of Groceries for Cash or
Barter-..in part as follows:
70 Pieces Dundee Bagging (best) 44 in.
50 Coils Rope, 12 cents.
100 Sacks Salt.
13000 lbs Bacon Sides.
1000 lbs. Best IIams.
Nails 0 1.4.
Sugar (brown,) 0 1.4 to 10 cts.
" Double refined.
50 Sacks of Coffee, Cuba, Rio, Java, 0 1-2
to 12 1.2.
Molasses, Candies, Prunes, Pickels, Go
alhen Butter, Cheese and all "that's nice."
Please call at the Grocery of
FRIERSON & PlRINGLE.
Opposite IWndharm's Hotel
&mterrille, S. C
Sept 25 45 if
J, T, SOLOMONS & CO,
Hnve just received and are now optnming their
NEW STOCK of FALL und WINTER
000 DS, consisting of DRY GOOl)S, G ROC E.
1Il ES, IATS, CAPS, lIONNE's, ROOTS,
SHOES, HIARDWARE and CUTLERY, also
a fine assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
All of which they are oltering at the vr.av
.ow.:s-r TErF3:s-on which they can be sold in
They invite their FRIENDS and the COM.
MUNITY to give them a call and examino for
themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
Oct. 10 50 If
Clothing! Clothing!! Clothing I!!
'Ve have just received decidedly. the largest
and best assorted STOCK of IEA I)Y M AI)E1
CLOTHING ever offered in this Market, and
no mistake. Coats, Vests, Pants. Over Coats,
Drawers, Shirts, Under Shirts, Socksete. We
can renew the whole outer man from Bonnet to
Doot-heel-GIIEAP FOIL CASE!, or on ac
conmmodatinig terms and reasonanlle prices to
good customers. Come on and make your selec
A. J. & P. MOSES.
Oct. 10 51 tf
Wanted to Hire 100 Hands,
To work on the Rail Road; these hands
will be employed out in the Pine woods until
after frost, when they will be placed on the
si le of the River swamp, the work is nil high
a td dry, and the hands will be supplied with
an abundance of wholesome food and dry
tents. Wages good, and paid in Cash mouth
ly, or as the owner may prefer.
Enquire of C. S. Mellett on the work near
Manchester, or of the subscriber, in Sumter
ville. D. B. McLAURIN.
Aug. 20. 1849. 43 ti,
As I am desirotus of removing, I offbr for
sale my Plantation situatedl on Santee, ten
miles from Nelson's Fery. The said l'lanta
tion contains about Two Thousand Four
Hundred Acres, six hundred cleared and
under good fenceing, On the premises is a
good comnfortable two story DiVELING l
well rinished and all necessary out buildings,
rrice Four thiousand D~ollars, and I will
throw-in my whole stock consisting of One
hundred head of Cattle seventy or Eighty
head of sheep, the same of hogs nod sixty or
seventy head of Goats. For any further in.
fornrtation address the subscriber Wrights
WILIJAM M. DAVIS.
Sept. 19th, 1849. 417 3m.
Plantation for Sole,
The sub)scriber "ll'ers for sale .is Planta
tion in Sumter District, two mmues soothI of
&atesburgh, consisting of a tract of ,,en
hundred and fifty acres (7501,) a large ,. . .ion
Uak and Ilickory and adm~iirabtly iodapted to
tute cultivation of cotton. Theore is anm excel
lent Dwelling 1 louse--good out huihlings
stable and barns--and houses for thme accom.t.
imodaition of forty or fifty negroes.lThe gootd
lands and decided health of thme place combhine
to render it a desirable putrchtase.
For terms apply to
WV. J. R EEX, Jr.
Statesburgh, Sept 19, 1319. 41! tf
Application will be made to t he L egislatntre
at its next Session to c lose lie RtoadI oiown
as the State Rtoadl from Green's ton Vancwes
Ferry, and also, to ouen the ol lRoad leadlin'
from Scotts lako to 'ances Fecrry as necar in
the old Vances Ferry Rtoad ats is piractableh.
J. II. IHROGDON.
Clerk aad Tlreas..
Clarendhm County 13.Ang., 1840. 3m
Application wi'll be miade to t he L~egisla
ture at its next Session, for a Roa~d, runoninag
castwardly from thme Claremon"t Deplot to thm
JOIIN J. MOOR E, Chnm'nm.
- Board Co'e Rwvuls.
Aug. 13, 1R49- 42 :hm
I'i hereby given, that application will be
mtade t(o tihe Legislature at its next session,
for an Act of hncorpmoratiomn for 1 Iarmony
Church. (I. LOAWDEN.
Aug21, 1849. .43 :sm
Application wvill be made to the Legishitttre
at its netxt Session for an act of iiejncrort ton
of thme "Ilonme Branch Baptist Church.
Jim hereby givoen that applicat ion will b~o
made to the Leogislature at its itext Session to
charter a-Bamik, to bdo located at Sumtervillo
- im the District of Sumter.
Sept. 4 45 3m
Just received I5 doz. C2"mnino LOND)ON
PORTER. For Sale bty
A. .J. & P. MO wis.
or the FallCampaign,
The subscriber. has recently returned from
sharleston bringing With him a complete and
ieect ussortment of
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Me
PAIN'T'S, OILS, DYE,-STUFFs, WINDOW
ILASS, SOAPS, DIRUSIIEN, PEIlFUME,
1Y, SPICES, AND FANCY ARTICLES
o which hle respectfully invited the attentiono
PLaysiciuns, l'lanter and dealers generally.
I am now the regularly, appointed Agnt, for
Ie following valuuble Preparations, viz:
Collier's liemody for Diseased llorses.
Allen's Compound for Dyetpopaia.
Keelor's Sarsapurilla Punacea.
" Curminativo Cordial.
" Cough Syrup.
" Vermifuge Syrup.
" Rhumatic Lotion.
Epping's Sarsaparilla and Queen's.Delight,
Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Wistor's Dlalsam, Pr.
layne's Family Medicinos iand Ruee's Enbro.
ations for (looping Cough, with many others
0 numerous to mention, may always bu found
Z. J. D'IIAY,
Nea:rly Opposite Masonic Hall.
Camden, Oct. 7, 1849. 51 if
New and Choice Fall Goods.
The subscribers are now receiving one of
he largest and nost desirable stock of
GOO1)S that has ever been offered to the
riends and customers of the
They have during the past week opened,
nd are now prepared to ehow a splendid as
Rich abdricsfor Ladies' Dres
srenr As, Elerant Cashneres, Muslin De
Laines, Plain i 'erino-, Chanmeleon Lustres,
layanese Cloths, Dc Lisle Stripes, Ginghans,
A large assortmenl of Slhawls,
Such as Long and square Shawls, both
plain and printed, silk, cashmere and broche.
A large stock of Linens and Linen
Marseilles Quilts, limnities, Curtain Stuffs,
EVERY VARIETY OF IOSIERfY.
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear,
A large and splendid stock of Ready
Df every quality, and at prices which cannot
ail, to please.
They are also prepared to otTer to Planters
tnd others, one of the most complete assort
nents to be found in Canilen,of
Blankets Kerseys Sattinets Jeans,
D OMIES TICS, cj c., & e.
Q27 They confidentiy invite the attention
>f purchasers to their stock, as one of the lar
pest in town.
It is their intention to embrace in their stock
!very articleof Dry Gods that uay be new
ir desirable, sot hat purchasers can always be
mtipplied with the newest and best style of
0t0:ls in the market and at the lowest possi
M. DRUCKER & Co.
DRY GOODS for FALL TRADE
IN CH AR L ESTOn,, S. O.
T1hae suibsc'riber is no(w receivin one011 oft lie
argest and mo~st desirablec STOCKS OF
'l00)1)8 t hat has ever leoen oIrL'd to t he
riends and etistomiiers of 25j3 K i,~ Sramtr.
lie has, dturing the past Summiier, mode ex
ensivec additions and alterations to hi~s rooims,
mid is now prepared to show in his reta il de
Jartmlenit ai most~t spledid a isorItmen1t oft
RticK.i'iFabrics for Lt. il Q% Drrs,
Such as: Elegaint Silks, CTasmeres, M is..
in D)'Laines, Alpeacas, Sain Dun Chiines, 1Em
iroidered O)rleans Cloth, l'laini Merinosc, Emn
iroidlered Cashimeres, (Chameleon l,astres,
Jinghamss, Prints, &c., &.c.
Ian th~e Situnil DepaIrtmen,,
lIe is prepared to offer every' uriety of
.ing aitiui Sepiare SiIIA W\1I.5, ho:ii 'h 1in andit
riiinted, I'le.ant Silk do., I lain :nsdlicE'nbro..
redl Canston Craipe do., Cacsmere amid lriochle
A greatt variety of flich H'.ek anl (olor,'d
lilk anud Sitin M.\NTI I.1.AS, Y l.3;TTlES,
A large stock of I .inien s and I ,inen (Goods,
Iarseilles Quilts, IFringes, Dinhnt ies, Cur
ivery' iarieoty of 1105 IElt.
(Goodeis for Gent.ilceins Wear, coneh ais
Inriadelothis, Camssocn..res, Vesting~s, CraLvat..,
in roomis conneIcted~ wicib has front sales
(msl lie is prepared to otfer Plamet rs anid
,thers onei of the miost coimplete assortmient to
ie foundic ini Charlestona of
Janste Danrsent is &., lue.s
Tie conifidenitly inivites the attention of all
tiho visit the cityv to his sltck, as (one of thei
.AlGI'STJ IN TIill' SOUTIIEltN COUN
it is his initenion to ettibrace in his sitmch
very atrtie ofl D ry G(o tis thiat miy be niew
rs de.,irabtle, sto that purch~lasers canl alIwaiV:
insuppblidl with the newevst anid be.s t t's
f Goodl~s inil ithmariket, anid at the Leow sag
N. H. ia riomis over the II 'tail DiI epacrtment
te otlers to Mern' ilts an d iothlers a cinpilete
55iortmen'it of all thle abv I Goo' (cds, at
~nd invites Ithe attentio oft~( cashl huvers to
is5 stock and prices.
W. G. II.\NCIFT,
253 King street, C ha~rlestn, S. C,
Aung 25 --I I f
ver Shioos for hIbes anid genitlemienu, Mtlisses
ndlia robber linsk ins, fo r sil by t~
I,. II. IIANKS.
Oct '2- 52 t f
Iice zItro atat oC'Epirit
ass i~aimps. Al1so, thle Spir;!-ass
For sale fby
1.. 1. iA.NKlS.
Oc t 22 -3 t f
Bagging Rope and Twine.
Ju-t recived( ai litrge t"ivit of ItAt olNG(
tOJ'E aind T 'WJ N I.X iFor Salo by
A . J. & 1I. Af s ;8.
03 Tihe. frim(ds of A. It. Brad
ii, Eq1., announce him as a caudilato for the
utlice of Sheriff at the next election.
M arch 29th, 1849, 24td
Cr-We are auithorized to
annorwo MA1LLY JIROGDON, Esq.
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum
er District, at the next Election.
We ire uthorized to
annnunee Col. JOHN C. RHIA ME, a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing
Sept. 27, 1819. 48 itf
0-TIc Friends of Alehiiard
1. BROWN, announce him as a Candidate
for the-Oflic.i of Sheriff of, Sumter District
at the ensuing Election.
Sept. 20, 1848. 47 tf
Ur'We are authorized to announce Major
[OlIN BALLARD, as a candidate fo
Sheriff at the ensuing election.
April 26th, 1818. 26 tf
Yri ac friends of W illian
A. COLCLOUGI, PAsq , announce hin as a
:andidaite for Sheriif at the next Election.
April 19, 181.. 25
c0 We are authorized .to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. l)JRAN'J' as a
candidate for the t flice of Clerk of the Court
at the ensuing election.
Nov. 8 tf
Mr. Editor:--Please announce JOHN
l)AILGAN .JONES, as a c;ndtidate for re
election to the.otll:-e of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter listrict, and oblige the
April 2Gth, 1y18- 20 tf
f "We are atuthorized to an
nounce DANIEL 1I. R ICIIBOJUR, a can
didate for the otlice of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan. 26, 1SM. 13 tf
FO)R T'AX COLIal'1'oR.
( We are authorized to an
nounce ALEX\ANI)R A. Tl'S, lEl., as
at Camlildate for Tax Colloctor, of Claremont
county at the ensuing Election,
BY ROBERT LATTA,
LATE >HY IC. u1. DAyV E,
Would respectfully announce, that he has
now im ch:hrge the above well located litel,
convenient to the most business part of the
Town, for travellers; directly on all streets
passing through-anl now undergoing thor.
nugh repairs. lIe earnestly solicits a call
from his friends and the public generally-for
he feels confulent that they cannot be other
wise than pleased, as no 'pains will be spared
to make all comfortable.
A variety of the best Liqors can be had at
the Ihr, crcep/ oin .Siiluys. (oddrd's old
180:1 Iran.ly anl other tine Liquors in bottles:
the most favorite brands of ChIanipagnes; the
choicest brands ofSo:, rsand Tobacco; Scotch
Ale in plinlts; .1onA' En t and ICE wid he
kept contaly on3 han~d during the summer
Good .Stables, roomy lots for Drovers, and
always pl'nty of corni, oats and foddler, fand
lie is agent for the Northiert Line of Sta
N. Ri-Omnnibuses run regularly to and
froml the RilI Road Deopot for paissengers,
whoca)n~l also beI atceomnodatedl witn a catr
rige gyor e to go into the ctontry.
amn,3ay 2d, 1 919I. *1l if'
CALL AT THE
Fishker & Hioxie
Receive wveekly by usteaimers fromt
A.llit ionsI to thieire(xtenseas~c OsortmenCt of
D ry G o ods,
m al;re al'ye p~repaureto 1 frmanbi lhe latest
Sty b"s at r at: f:,tory pri.cc..
T, E, OCLYnE,
GR OC E1R,
UNDIER 01)1 FELLOW'S HALL,
CIIAIEA8TON, S0. C'A.
Sugar, Coffee, lMollasses,
Wines, Liquors, Salt, &c.
Cau ntoua TIen Ciossapanyi
OceIe bra ted D~ elc and1 ('Neecn
Ot. 1(1 51 6
JOHN T. GREEN,
ATroutrny AT nsawi,
WiolI prauct ice in the Courts of linw, for
)hice onte dhoor blouw Clark's I Iate..
CauItAu, P aIaien~ & (qncaO,
Wdl prut ier' in the ( 'otrts of Law and
pnty, for I-'a irtield D iostrict; and
vill pract ice in Kershawv and Stuter, itn ad..
lition to laichbud.
CoIlmabtita, I1-t .Tanary, 1 19). 17 tlj
3. C.- ijNnoumij
SUTIEitVILE, S. C.
Mr. II. will adin.,,ister theo Chaloroforma ini
'itrical andI Denititl Operaitionsi, If reuired.
June7, N819. :2 Iv
A line. lot ot ElOlit)DO (iIEWVING
l'( Jll\tCCO, for S de" by
CLAltK & LEWIlS.
9 S'et IN1. 417 tf
W , AKENT'& M ITCHELL,
Clo t h i a g and OutFitfing
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will find at all times a full-and
complete stock of Gent's.
BEAD Y-MAADE CLOTHING
W. A. KENT. 0. I. MITCHELL
Manufatory 1.13 Washaington
Stores N. Y.
May 1849. 30 tf ,
MUSIC, DIISiCAL INSTRIUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
GREGG, IIAYDEN, & GREGG,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEIVELRY, SILVER WARE.
Guns, Military & Fancy Goods,
Corner of King and Ilasell streets,
Charleston, S. C.
I. SIDNEY HAYDEN,
A. H. IAYI)EN,
May 23, 1819. 30 ly
New & Fashionable Clothing,
GEORGE A. HYDE,
SUccrSSOR To HOUSTON & HYDE, 283 1ING -sT.
Opposite M'rclhants Hotel.
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
G. A. II. Respectfully invites the attention
of his friends and the public to his large as
sortment of Fashionable and Elegant Cloth
ing now on hand, equal in every respect to
the best custom work, to which he is weekly
adding large supplies direct from his own
Manufactory in New York.
This Establishment is conducted entirely
on the Cash Principles both in purchase and
sales, givino him great advantage in his se
lections an enabling him to to sell at New
York rates. Ile is now offering this stock,
(which is not excelled for rariety, style, bean.
ty, and durability of workmanship in the
Umion, at such pnces as to make it an induce
ment for purchasing to call before making
their selections. A superior assortment of
Fine Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Canes, &c. &c.
constantly on hand.
With attentive and obliging salesmen,
gentlemen can depend upon having their
wants supplied immediately. All garments
warranted to fit well and give satistaction in
ir3Mr. JoI[N T DAnny, long known in the
clothing line is now at this establishment,
where he would be happy to see and serve
GEO. A. IlYDE,
Suces.tnr to Iloustonl & IIyde.
Charleston. May 23, 1849. 3(1 ly
coInNERL 0F KNG. AND GEkO11GF STItEETS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Forme'rly kept by Charles Hi. iot.
L~AMK1N & IIJRS'ST
11winig blecomen the Proprietors of this ex.
tensive aind well knfown est !blfishmonlt, sub.
moits its claims withl contidence to publlic sup.
polrt, satisfhied that t heir eflorts will render
'omfotirtabhle all whlo may favor them with a
July 21, 1819. 40 13t
The undeirsigned llate of the Urited States,
IlTotel, Auigusta, G'eorgia,) havir leased the
(C1lARjLIlMTOlN IllTEL for a termt of
years, takes pleatsure in stating that theo en
tire lataobl ish ment has been retittedl and fur
nishedi wit h new Furniture, and is now open
tior thle recepi ~t iof comlpany.
hiip~rovemienlts have also been made inl the0
llouse5, particularly in the Ladies' Depart
mient by the addition of a lleception Parlor,
and the removal of the Ladies' Drawving
Whichl imlprovemlents, he is assured, will
greatly adid to the comifo~rts of the guests of
ie house; and, hopes, bly strict attention Onl
his own part together with the coficers of his
house to melLrit a liberal share of the public
DANIEL MIX ER, Proprietor.
July 25, 1819. 3*9 ly
BYv STIEEN & DIVVER.
Corner o' King, and Society Streets,
ClA RL E STloN, S. C.
TJhiis H otol, situated ill the blusiness part
of the city, otTers every desirable comfort
and convenience to the Travelling C7omm;u
lishmelnt is conulcted strictly on Tlemuper
anice piriniciphes4. TE'R M MODENRATE[.
iseAnl Onibus andi Carriage will attend
lie Steambiloat Wharf, atid also to the Rtagi
Road D~epot, for the aiccommllodation of Pats
Feb, 21 17 l y
10100 Fiet -1 inch C'oppeor riveted Gin
Ol Floor ClothI, India Rubblder (Nloth Brus.
ss Cairpet ing, togethIer withI a tull assort -
ment of Carriage Trinounings, Oils, Paints
\armish &c. For sale by
A. . A. IlMOSES.
WILMINGTON AND MANCHESTOR
The subscribers .have pened books for
receiving subscriptions of stock to the Wil
mington and Manchester Rail Road, at the
office of James D. Blandiog, Esq.
JAS. D. EfLANDING,
W. A. MULDROW. C
Sumterville, 20 Aug., 1849. 43 tf
The subscriber having just returned from
Charleston with an assortment of BOOTS,
SHOES, Ladies' and Misses' SLIPPERS,
TIES and GAITERS, of every kind what
ever,-cithre then to the public on better ternis,
for Cash, than can be had elsewhere, and so
licits an early call at one door east of Miller
& Bossards I)rug Store. Also, the New and
Fashionable slipper for Ladies called TAY
LOR TI ES.
DT All rips sewed up without char e.
siin otf the Boot.
May 23, 1840. 3 .f
NEW DRUG STORE,
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his custoners, 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 Stufik,
Window Glass and Putty; Fine Soaps and
Fancy Articles; all of which will besold
IR. SIDNEY MELLETT, M.D.
One door west of McLean's old stand.
P, S. All orders from the country prompt
y attended to.
SUMIjTLRVILLE, S. CAROL lNA.
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally that he
has opened for their accommodation a House
of Entertainment in this place. He solicits
a share of public patronage, arid promises to
spare no pains in order to merit and secure
the same. lie would further add, that the
ocation of his House is such, as entirely sub
serves both business and quiet. A trial is all
Jan, 8, 1840. 11 tf
This amount in cash to be paid for negroes
from the age of from 14 to 30 years old.
The highest market prices will he given, and
persons wishing to dispose of such property
will find ready sale by applying-to the sub
scriber at Sumterville S. C.
T. J. DINKINS.
Aug., 4, 1849. 41 tf.
will $20 Reward.
Iilpay the above.'reward for the ape
hension andl delivery ofmy negr ma
iSA AC to ne, or in Sumter Jail. Isaac is
about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, stamuners a
litth ,-and has rather a timid appearance
when spoken to.
J. S. RICH ARDSON.
Oct 21 5'. tf
The subscribers have just received
one of the heaviest and best uelected
stocks of Goods they have erer opened
anid for quality and cheapness cannot
be surpassed in this market. Call and
judge for yourselves.
BROWN, LEE, & CO.
2nd Oct. 1849.
P. Ml. Gibbons,
Peter MicKnight. i
it appea.ring to my sat:sfaction that
Tihomas McKnight, the 'defendlant, in the
above stated case, resides with'ot this State:
It is therefore, ordercd, thiet lie do appear
and object to the Divisien or Sale of the
Rteal Estate, of Thomas McKnight, deceased,
on or before the seventeenth day of Dccemi
ber next, or his consent will be entered of
Scp. 1th,18 . LEWIS, o. s. v.
The undersignied have associatedl them
selves together under the tirmn of PRINGL.E
& G RAiH A M, for the transaction of business
conniected with the .St'.am Mill, situated
1 1-4 miles from Sumterville, w'eo they
are prepared to Saw and grind.
N. G RA HAM.
Sept 10th 1849. 47 tf
IMPROVED COTTON GINS,
Thai~nkful for past, fauvours, the subscriber
wvislhes to inform thle public that. lhe still
Mauifactures COTTJON GINS at his Es
tablishmnit in Statesburg on the, nost im
provedl and approved plan, of the most sim
ple constructionu of the finest finish, and~ of
'hie best materials, toi wit, N/eel Naws an~d
Nteel p/ated~ ribis case, hardened, ini which he
wvill sell for two dollars perC satw. lie also
repairs old, Ginis, and huts them ini com
plete order at the shortest notice. All or
ders tor Gins will be prompjly and punctu-.
ally attended to.
WVILLAM ELL ISON.
Stateburg, S.,C. ApriI 11, 18419. 24 tj
.IOR SALE, Chieap for C'ash. Apply at
Nov. 0, .) 2t
14)0 SACKs PaIME SALT. Just re
ceived and for sale by
lROWVN, L.EE & CO.
Sept 4 45 tf
29 COILS FIJRST QUALITY BIALE
ROP'E. Just received and for sale by
I3ROWVN, LEE & CO.
e subscriber respectfull ino f'
th . arli~te t, carriesen tt Jblaa$ /n
ing usne sin a is vriou rnch . and
api ; by Wiring at esttry ak ;attorniO fo
business to metst abare of ibo patronage of
ie friendsad the public.. . .
N. B.-1. . w.ill .kep constantl oi r
hand-sancy and Plain ;marble top Dress.
ing ]uresus,1 id-boars, e Andial
ny Wardrobes, hig h and' ot po,:
map e Bed-steads, fas and Divans, Centre
tables, Sitting Chairs of every description
ahoga Y king and Nursin .Oiilre, do
Roston ckers and Nursing,. iert ables,
Candle stands, &c. &c. Also' Cotton mdatr
tresses, which they will sell low for Cash io'
RNIT URE MADE and REPAIR '
ED at the shortest notice.
Maho any and Plain. Co4ine
furnishe at the -shortest notice..
Just received a splendid assortmen t o
Bod-steads, Sitting and Nursing Chairs.
D. S. SAR919NT.
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute ordgrs to rpy
extent in the above line; both for new work
and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
any nande in the State, possesing all the a.
vantages of tlhe Falling Breast and Sliding
Ribs, which saves a great deal in way of re
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Saws,
with teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the finest staple, with an improvment
to regulate the noting of the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a plan, giving at once, the
advautages of Ii htness, strength and force
all very materia in the successful operation
of a Gin. We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
wlhilst we would assure the public generally,
that they shall have no cause to complain
either of our work or prices.
We are also prepared to do work in the
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tablcs, Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal ters.
HUDSON & BROTHEL
Opposite the Preslyterin church.
Surnterville, April22, 1847.29 ly
The subscriber, having taken, the corner
Store, (known as McLeans) would, most
respectfully, acquaint his old Friends, and'.
the Public at large, that lie will at all times
take pleasure to accommodate them, in Cut
ting and Making up Garments, in the most
Fa:;hionable and substantial manner.
lie will keep constantly on hand a fresh
and seasonable assortmeut, of outfitting, of
the latest and most approved Fashions, an
hopes, by punctuality and hi: desire to please
all, to merit a continuance of their Patron
age ant confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan. 15, 1849, 12 tf
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
G. FARGO, Proprietor.
This well-known house having passed into
the hands of the present proprietor, no pains
or expense has been spared to render it
thy of patronage.
July2~5, 29 4m
The subscriber would state for the benefit
of the public, that he will haul from the Mid
dleton D)epot to Sumterville, by the load
(either four horse or two horse Wagon) at
18 3-4 cents per hundred.
Au~ 2 , 14~JOHN CHINA..
Au. 2,18943 . f
In hand for the purchase of Negroes of
either sex. A pply to
J1. M. E. SH A RP.
Columbia, S. C. Aug.8, 1849.
Attornecy at Law.
Sumtervdle, S. (7.
May 16, 1849- *29 tf
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I have this day associated WM. L. REY
NOIDS8 with rme in the practice of DEN
Mr. REvNOLDs h-is been my pupil for the
past four years, and I commend himr with con
lidenrce to the community.
The business will be conducted as former
ly at my ollico on Main street, under the
above name and style.
Arrug.hu5 42 tf
The subscriber begs leaveo to inform his
friends in Suimterville and vicinity,' that as
his opponent in thu Beef business continuies
to Butcher on the a-ame days that he dloer, thait
he will change to MONO1AYS, WE[DNES
DAYS and SATURIDAYS are thre days he
will Blutchrer: the prices are five amnd six ets.
if Becef is taken regularly roiud-if choice
pieces every time, of the round, the price is
eight cents. All persons are requested tn
have a small Book so that the Beef can be
entered in theirBook as weoll as mine.
June 27 JOHN ChNA.
Tire subscribrer respectfully informs theo
pubrlic that he continues Baking, at his oldt
mstand ini Brord street niear Main. Bread amd
all varieties of Fancy Cake, Biscuits an.
Crackers, constantly on hanrd.
Also-Received daily a constant:supply of
Smrith's celebrated SOD)A .WVATER anid a
supply of Ice fromi Chrleston.
ICE ClR EA M, every variety of Confec
tionary, F~rurt, Nartive and Tropical, Nut,4
Fancy A rticles, etc. e., conatantly on hand.
t1fy FLOUR, of thre best brands for sale.
July 18, 1849~. 38
Of Every Desrcription~ from the Eleinorntar
Speller, to L-atin and Gwreek, including Sta
tioniary of all kinds, for Sale by
A. J. & P. MOSES.