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OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FOR SUMTER DISTRICT.
iSouth-Carolina, Sumter .District-Fall Term.
TO HIS HONOR THE PRESIDING JUDGE:
In pursuance of the Act of the General Assembly entitled "An Act to make further provia.
ion for the security of public monies under the control of the dillerent Boards of Commission
ers in the State" passed in December 1814. The Commissioners of Public Buildings for
That the Commissioners at their meeting in January of the presentyear laid an assessment
of twenty-five per cent on the general tax of the District for t le pur pose of raising funds to
discharge the balance due to J. Loomas & Co, on their contract for addition and repairs on the
Court louse and for other expenses.
The sums collected and paid over to the Treasurer of the Board tinder the said assessmnont
by the respective Tax Collecters of the District are as follows: viz: L. 11. linkirid collector
for Claremont has paid over the sun of twelve hundred and ninety-six dollardi venty.four
cents, and has lodged executions for taxes unpaid in the Sheriff's Office for the amount of
seventy-five dollars and eighty-two cents; James McCollum, collector for S:dem line paid
the sum of seven hundred and fourteen dollars and forty-five cents; and Wm. F. Butler,
collector for Clarendon has paid the sum of six hundred and ninety-one dollars and thirty.
seven coets, making the amount paid to the Treasurer under the assessment, the sum of
twenty-seven hundred and two dollars and six cents. The sum of twenty-four hundred dol
lars has been paid on the Court Ilouse contract, discharging the debt, except the sum of one
hundred dollars which was retained on account of a defect discovered in the roof, till the same
shall be remedied. Besides which payments have been iade for shelving the new ollices
and other extra work, furnishing the Court Room and raising and levelling the yard, the pay
ments for which are stated in Treasurer's Account accompanying this report, which is refer
red to for more particular information.
All which is respectfully submitted.
WlLLIAM M. )ELORME, Chairman.
WITLIAM hlAYxsw1ojrnl, Secrelary.
The Treasurer in Ace't. with Commissioners rf Pub. Build'ge for Sum. Dis.
1848. DR. CR.
Novr. 4th. To cash on hand as per Report of this date, 179 00
8 " amount balance of Collectors under assessment re
ceived of J. Mallard Collector, - - - - 50 31
By commissions on 850 :1 at 5 per cent, - - 2 51 1-2
13 To ain't rec'd of the SherifT on divers Tax Exceutions 88 30
" By commiusions on $S 30, - - - 4 41 1-2
Dec. 19. To amount received of the Sheriff on Tax Executions, 121 50
" By connnissions onl 81,21 50. - - - 6 07 1-2
" 22 " payment in full of J. Ioomnas & Co's Account for extra
work, &c. - - - - - 253 00
1840. 440 01 260 00 1- 2
Mar. 8. To amount received of L. 11. Dinkins collector for Clare
mont on assessmient 18.49, - - - - 4300 00
" By commissions on $600, - - 30 00
April 8. To ain't rec'd of V. F. Biutier, col'or for (larendon in
part, - - - - - - 400 00
By conimissions on $ 100, - - - 20 00
May 7. By ain't pd on Bonld to E. Killian, (C. I[muse contract) 05t0 00
June 8. To ain't rec'd of J. McCollhn col'ur tr Salemi in full, 714 45
" By con missis on t714. 4 - - - 75 (7
"! " am-ount paid) on Bond -to E. Killian. , 7010 00
.t u -- u, iin res mf a. % mute . '-;o. - - ;S u;5
" By " paid for eltirs, freight, &r., - - 117 79
12 To " received of L. 11. Iilins on assessmnent, 09 2.1
i" By commissions on 8696 2.1, - - - 34 81
" " amount paid on Bond to E. Killhan, - - 650 '00
July 2. To an't rec'd of W. F. B1tler on assessm ent, - 291 37
" By comniss;ons on $291, - - - 14 57
3 " amount paid on 1Hnd to E. Killian, - - - 1(H) 00
26 " " " A. Chisholhn for hauling, &c. - - 55 50
" ' " '" Win. Clark fur work done in C. llouse, 2 80
3145 10 297(3 .10
Balance in hands of Treasurer, - - - 1H6l 70
WM. IIA NSW ORTII. Treasurer.
November 1, 1819.
COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS FOR CLJA ltlMONT COUNTY,
.Fn Account with 1W. L. b'runson, iTvasurer, to ot'ember 1849.
1849. NONIlIS REEFtr..
May 1. Amount received of T. J. Wilder, Into SlherifT of' Snnaer
District on two cases. (viz.) L3elser & tichardson, 40 00
Aug. 8. Amount received of L. 11. I)inkins, 'T'ax (Collector for
Cla renont County, incluigi Sheriif's receipt foir
Executions amounting :o 15 25, . . . . 261 11
1840. tON I:s PAm1 AWAY.
alny 1. Amount paid L. White ein his Account lot I 1 and 1 19, $ 35 43
" T. J. Wilder, late c herilrof Sumter District
on Nulla Ilona Ixecutioins, . , . . 4 30
A ug. 8. Amount paid A. J. Mose-s by L. I1. 1)inik in , . . . 7.1 50
" 13. " " l"enry I Inyi'nsworth on J. Rt. Spann's Account, 22 00)
" " " " John China for two Accounts. . . . 1.1 00
cc '' '' '' C. C. Jack-on on M. Sanelrs Account, . 5 8
'' it "' It J. N. Ienuir on .1. Lenoir's Accoun,t . . 10 00
'o it '' '" W. Ostern for constable services, . . . 10 0
c '' '' "' II. U. Corbett in part on Plvers A ccouint, . t) (1(
' it it (t \W. S. Vells on I:. 1'YrdJreaui's Ac e)unt, 7 5t
W. J. lFrancis, bulLtace in full, . . . 3 50
N EW G 0 0D 5Til1
TIE SUBSCRIBER calls the atcnt ion of1 his frieds and the P'ullbe generally to his large
and1( well selected
STOCK OF STAPLE ANDi FANCY DRY GOODS,
W hich is now complete, and will be shown with ple:.n i. 'ihe fo lou n ;g co nsit me :ot m re
o1 1ie lead ing artielos :
FOR LA011t' I)I 'S (O) s.
Rich Figured and Plain, Cia nge'able SIl -NS; (h i::ei hbe TPuirk Saurms; I.eurrl :md i'in
Miousseline de Laines; Riich figured Alolair I.ustire ; Alode and lIwh I Co,;tred Alermo-,.s
and Colurgs; Plain and Fancy (Colored Alparra.; lilack S.-,; lolbtliu in; A lp;cc is, and
Delaines. A large assortment of tiglhauns and Prints.
Ladies' SILK SACKS, M AN'l'l lLAS, and it Kos- sI'l Ios.
FOR GENTLEMEN's WI-:A IR.
Superior Black BROADCI4O'fIIS and CASSI .\lCEES; and a good assortment of Fancy
Tweeds, Albertino Cloth, and Jeans.
DAMASK )IAPEIRS; Napkins and Doilies; Irish Linen; Sheetings and Lawn1; I llcka
buck, Birds'.Eye, and Scotch Diaper.
Brown and Bleached Sl IEE''IN(S; ('aiton F'l;ainnels; Tic liigs and Cotton )iapers. 'T'he
above comprise a large'Variety of width style, and price.
BL, AN K l's.
A large and varied assortment of Negro Ill.ANK ET'S; Super French (tiibbon Ilouul)
Bed Blankets, imported or city trade, very choice; also, ('rib do.
SUNDR I IES.
EMBROIDERIES of all kinds: Lace Cape?, ('oilars, Cui&i , infants' Worked Ilodies, &c.,
&c.. A fine assortment of Lace Edtgings of all Styles; I.a;die-,' (Gentlenen's (oe, o; thirty
one different rarielies. including h'a,/lIdre's lIe't; l losierv, of af Ie scriptnis, for miei,,
women, and children, ineudingrs ladies and gentlemen's luerin' Iilnder Shirts; a choic Se
lection of Bonnet and Neck Ribbons. Also, Ielting, Window Sh:eiles, withI the nccessr
Cords and Tassels, Rollers, &c., painted in Oil Colors, Phli jdelha Made brellas; ShawlI
and llandkerchiefs, in great variety; Perfumery, (ombls, Bruslies, and o'uilet. Covers.
CA RPE VINGS.
The subscriber is also in receipt of Rich Tapestry Velvet CA It PETIN(;, of Splendid Style
and rich pattern; English and American Brussels carp eds, (i nev and leanuf l s uyes; S,iE.
rior Three Ply Carpets, of the latest styles and choice pa tterns; Superior Ingrim Carpels,
of hansonie styles, and some at. very low 1roes; Itih Chenille anl ''nfted It ogs, tom iatel
the Carpets; Venetian Stair Carpcts: Flor (I this and I ize:S, a rE il i155 El lent.
The above comprises the largeslt ais: irlonwa-t of C::prits the sub-c ribter ias t ever oElhred to
his customors, and have been very careinlly -el.Ected in regarl to plat'eins, style, and quahty
ind with the above will be sold at the very lowest l'ricet.
Cohinbia. S. C., November 3, ,19. No.I Bi .;,. I.
Wilmington and Manchester
FRIERSON & PRINGLE take this early
mnethod'ofreturnipgtheir thanks to the good
people of Sumter District, for their very kind
and liberal patronage bestowed sincetheshort
time they have ;en in business; they respect
fully solicit t1 continuance of the same.
They will keep a',before every article in the
grocery line besides a little of the dry goods,
Hardware and almoit every article which the
Farmers nay call for, will barter for any kind
of country produce, and on -ae reasonable
terms as possible, if you doubt itjust call in
at the corner store opposite hicLean's old
stand at the sign of the negroes, the follow.
ing articles compose a part of what they
have on band.
3000 pounds Bacon sides
20(00 " Stbgar cured hams
500 ". LeafLard
10 Kits Mountain Butter
5 do Goshen (10
20 Best Goshen Cheese'
25 Barrels Baltimore Flonr
10 Kegs Bickwhnat do
10 Sacks Java Coffee
10 do Cuba do
10 do Rio do
10 bIs Sugars craslh'd, clarified & brown
1 Ilgds Charleston relined Treackel
2 do N. 0. and West India Molases
100 Sacks Salt
2 hbls Mackerel No 1
500 lbs Cod Fish
5 bbls Irish Potatoes
Candles, Sperm, Adaiantine and Tallow
Crockery and Hardware
French Chocolate, Citron, Vermicelli, Maca
ron,, Brazil nuts, Almonds, Raisons, Ginger,
Nutmeg, All-spice, Pepper, Mace, Cloves,
Prunes, Pickels, Catsup.
100 Kegs nails assorted 5 1-2 to 0 1-4
Baggin 15 Rope 12' Twine 1q 3-4
Tea, Hy on, Gunpowder and black
Tobacco, Gold leaf
Mrs. ,Miller's best cut Tobacco, at 3 cents
Soap, Starch, Onions
10,000 Cigars, and many other articles, at
the sign of the DA RKIES.
Call where you can he suited to Fashiona
ble Beaver, Mioleskin, Silk or Nutria Hat.
Gentlemen not visiting the city can have a
fine ITat sent o them through their neighbors
or Factors by sending a c rrect measure of
their head in inches, and stating what shape
Caps! Caps 11
Gent's, Youth's and Children's fine Cloth
Caps well made and warranted of the follow
ing numes: Albion, Polar, Octigon travelling,
fishing. and numerous others.
Fancy Hate sanad CapR,
Fancy Drab, and White Beaver Hats for
Children trimmed with pink, blue, drab, and
Cherry ribbons, very ic.h. Also, Infants Blue
Black, Purple and Green Silk velvet Caps.
Plantation HIats and Caps,
Wool Hats fine, super fine Water Proof
and co .rse-and Caps of any price. Call
and patronize a Young Carolinian.
2:31 King, opposite Ihasell Street
Nov. 2S 1349 5 t lj
TO ERIIll1T TAlILORS.
II. 11. C L A RiKE,
Ihas now on hand, a full assort ment of the
LATlE8T STVYI.E AND~ FINEST QUAL.
ITV of the following Goods:
Superfine ainI mentdium BRLOADCLOIIS, in
black and colors
Siuperhine 'andi ine~d iurn black French and
Gecrmn nDoesk in~s
F'ancy~ Casimeren of the latest styles
V~esti-agr.----zlk and 31erino, rich and new
E' 'tra sup:er. back Satins and Silks
Gen'.' -, id Glovcs, best <iuality, ini black,
w'hi'e. andl c'olors
G eni' lII wer, .\ ermwn-v :ililitary Glove.
Unider Shirts and IDrawers, of Silk, Woox:l,
Sino and Co:t.on
llac k It-ian and fan'v C'ravats, of the biest
<in lit y
T.or'>I Trinuings, of all kinds.
)rde:rs fromi then couintry priompijtly attended
11. It. CI.ARNiE, 205 King-.street,
2ud stnore abv .\lau''Irket st.
Cha;;rhston, Nov. t' h, 19'9. 5 G S
('I I A ld'8.'l'( IN, 5(1. ('.
I i : AI.l:lt I N
Sugar, Coffee, WYiollasses,
Wines, Liquors, Balt, &c.
T'E A s.
Nov. 2s 5 (hm
Rail Road Notice,
Thec f-, ight on Co'tton fromi (Ciunden anid
way .taitiones, will b~e as hmeretof. re, onew dol lar
N. I). ItANLEYX, Agenti.
1000 Bushels of Corn;
AIso, I' bler, fo r sae hc ow, fo~r Canshi, at plant a
tin, iur Staitehoirg,
TI. D). SUIJlTER.
Nov. 21, 190. 4 ti
R, 0, ANDERSON,
FOR 112 IEll IY ll.\ll N l'T & A ND)EltON.
At the nXign /lu. he JiyHt,
No. 3 a u~:enman~s lluw CUI.iJnitA, S. (
tomp consant!ly on i rid lie muost. exterim
5ivei assort imenit of )LT'l"l ING and II ATS
of any othler I loose in, this Market. All of
whiuch will ibe .-nhl on is goodnc terms as (an lie
bughut ini the State., anil every art ir'lo wvarran
ted. 1t. C. \ND ltSO1( N.
Nnov. 211l'- 19 4 lim
isn'trecive i, C ..mnigoX ON ON
Pl'' 1-Il. IFor Salo hv
NEGRO SHOES, &.
To tile Planters of santer thud
JOEL WITHERBY, Corner of King and
Society Streets, Charlerton S.; C. respect.
fully calls the attention of Planters and oth
ers to his largo and well selected assortment
Plantation& Brogans and House
BOOTS AND SHOES,
conprising a stock of over
Thirty Tihousand Pairs
)f first, second and third qualities-both black
lie has made arrangements with some 01
the best Shoe Manufacturers to be. supplied
lirect from their FACTORIES by the week
ly Steamers from New York and Philadelphia,
thereby afirding PLANTERS a rare oppor.
tunity of making their selections of GOOD
PItESil Shoes, and such as will give satis
Still adhering to the "Nimble Sixpence
Cash System" great inducements are otTred
to purchasers to call and take a look before
A general assortment of Boots, Shoes and
Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c., for Family use.
IIrDont forget the NO.
Cor. King and Society streets,
Charleston, S. C.
Nov. 11, 1849. 3 7t
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di.
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court House
on the first Monday and day following ir
December next, within legal hours of sale, t<
the highest bidder for Cash, the following
property. Purchasers to pay fer Titles.
One lot of 4 acres of' land and
huildings thereon, in Manchester, adjoining
lands of - and where Saml. J. Tindal
lives, levied upon as the property of Samue
Tindall, at the suit of J. S. & L. Bowie.
One tract of 150 acres of lant
more or less in Claremont, adjoining lands o
- and where defendant lives, levied upon
as the property of J. M. Kolb, at the suit c
One tract of 425 acres of lani
in Claremont, adjoining lands of - an
where defondant lives, levied upon as the
property of WI'. II. Brunson, at the suit of A
HARVEY SKINNER, s. s. D.
10 Nov, 18-49.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di.
rectedl, will be sold at Sumter Court Ilouse
on the first Monday and day following ii
December next, within the lentil hours of sale
to the highest bidder, for Ca~1z, the followvini
Personal PIroperty. Purchasers to pay fo:
1 i egro levied on as the prop.
erty of W. J. F. .Bethmne, at the suit of B
1 horse levied on as the prop.
erty of P. WV. Cullen, at the suit of WV. J
I negro levied on as the pro
perty of TV. J. Coghlan, at the suit of S. .3
I negr-o levied on as the prop
erty of W. It. Gavie, at the suit of Danie
Lloyd and I leuiry 1)radhrun, f. al.
I negro levied on as the prop
ert - Tim. 1.. JIones, at the suit of W. A
Co clugh, I. G. ieschamnps and I ly. Kelly
I hiorse levied on as the p~roi).
erty of J. M. Kolb, at the suit of Vn in. E
I tic hardsoin f. al .
2 netgr-oes levied On as th<(
paroperty of W. E.\3lellett, at the suit of F. (O
D~eschi:uanps, J. J. Moore and .McDowall aS
I nudte levied on als the p1rop
erty of T1. 'T. T1ouchberry, at the suit of Ii
I hlorse levied 0on as the pr-op
erty of J. I1. Watmt, tat the suit of James 11
I 'res-cot t, fotr al. 2 cases.
Snfegr'oes loviedl on as th<
pripert' or 1. D). Witworth, at the suit c
40) buish els of'corni, 1000)( lbs
ofi Fodler, 20 head of I l'g, 10) buvhets e:
l'tuia.', 10) do. dlo. shijy, halfI do'ze'a 5ittin
t'Ihers, 2 lBeds andt lFurmture, 2 Bed-stead,
I p-ur of G;e.-e, 12 hie:al of 1"ow Is, 1 louse
hoh,!l soual K Iitcen Fuiriotuire, levied on as thm
Iroperty of Th'fis Gdhui, at the sit of1Thior
('iary fir :al. To be~ sohal at dlefendant's resi
danca I' uesday drhl lDecembelar.
SOl1ne corn, sonue fodder, am(
Some-. Cotton, ini the seed levied on as the pro
perly of, A. J1. I1lwks, at the suit of J. 31
'lilTomoon. Tlo be 'ol at defenadant's resi
dtealce ion Tuesdl ty -tIth D)'aamber.
IlAhlV la SKIN NERi, S. S 1).
S. A nde rt. S
By~ virtue, aof an (Orde(r from Wmn. Lecw
ia, Esq. Onhar y aof Smnuter Di strict, 1 wil
sell on the Iirs;t .\londaay in D~ecemnber next, a
Sunmter Court I louse, between the lega
hours of sale'. one tract of bind, contamin<
d50M acres, in Middle Slalem, on 31eet ing hiousi
Branch, wvaters of Black lRiver, bounided bi'
.\argaret I luggins, Estate of Mary Ander
Sonl, Ilyrdl Km1 g, WVm. IIancock, and Jamie
Wilson, originally granted to WVm. llancock
Te'armas--On a credit fill first day of Janua
ry 1iS51, for one half, the other half rand feei
cash, thei purachaser giving Bond with goe<
secuntray andl a Mo rtgage of thle premaises t<
the O rdl.nlary for thle paiym Ient of the purchias<
onley, withI intcret.st f romi the daty of Sale.
II. 8lKINNEII, S. S. D).
Samiokedl hcef, andi liiullllo TPonatue",
at tine sign of Th' Ao.
* i "-", r "d r ;T , ".( *.1 ?., ri
i To Co~tyI NeOha1ts Par.
A. NOfTH B13Id J ' NGE COLUMBIA
67 L1B RTY yTBJ ETjEWy-YOLK
. . GREEN by slit to inform thq
Merchants goneraly sat he hataken chatkQ
of the above eatablisement and will offer grea
inducements to.the closot'Buifers -:"
The stock consists in part of--'
ClotJsi Caseit wi es, Sattinets, Flannels, Lin,
ens, Tickings, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, La
ces, and Embr-ideries.
Dress Goods of the Newest Styles :
Such as-Silks, Merinos, Cashmeroe, Lye.'
nese Clotho, Mohairs, Alpacas, Bdiihnzines,'
Ginghams, Prints,--&c., &c.,. &c., which he
will sell at a slight. advance upon the New,
York prices, thereby saving the. oxpopse . of
Insurance and Freight.
A large assortment of
P. S. ust receive- another large lot of
Blankets at from 75 cents upwards.
All persons indebted to the late firm of J.
C. WALKER & CO., are requested to make
immediate payment, as the afTairs of that
firm must be closed immediately.
Oct 24 . 48 3m
ir We are authorized to
announce JOHN V DARGAN, a candidate
for Tax Collector, for Claremont County, at
the next Election.
Oct. 31, 1849. 1 tf
We are now receiving and opening for
sale the largest assortmeut of goods ever
offered in this Town; to which we would re
spectfully call the attention of our customers
and the public generally. We will not be un
dersold by any house fur cash; and offer as ama
ny inducements to approved credit, as any
one. Call and examine for yourselves.
A. J. &. P. MOSES.
Nov. 6th, 1810.
A large and general ~assortmont viz:
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware and Cutlery,
Carpenters and Blacksmiths Tools, Carrage
Trimninis, India rubber goods &c., Boots and
Shoes, Mats and Caps, Saddlery, Stationary,
a good Stock of Crockery, a very large Stock
of CLOTHING, and a variety of other goods
ahnost too tedious to enumerate. The sub
scriber having p urchased his stock in the
city of New ?Ork, and at the closest possible
prices, chiefly for cash, enables him to feel
prepared to suit customers in prices.
-L B.- IIANKS,
Oct 22 - B. tf
200 pr. Negro Blankets.
2000 yds. Negro Kersoys and Linseys.
For sale by
I:. B. HANKS.
Oc2 . 52 tf
Erer Of'ererl in Sumterville.
Thes subscribers having received a fresli
supply of FALL and WINTER GOODS,
take ldeasure in ofl'ering to their friends, and
the public at a tri/ling percentage the fol low..
mngwell selected Merchandise, to wit:
Muslne 'Lanes FrnchCashmeres,
Ginghiamrs, Fanxcy P'rmis, Mourning Prints,
Bleached and Brown Cotton Shiirting, Shawls,
Suspenders, llat Ribbons, Sup. irish 'l.inen,
Bleached and Brown Canton Flannel, 8-4
Tauble Damask, 6 and 12-4 Sheetings, Broad
.Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinmetts, &c.
A wvell selected Stock of Shoes, Ljadies and
Misses Gaiter Boots, WValking Ties. 'Also
Negro Shioes of overy kind. For Sale by
CLARK &LE' IS.
Oct 30 1 tf
FISHER & AGNEW,
At thre sign r~f tihe Golden Anvil,
.COL UMB!RA, S. C.
Drect Inporters of English Ilardware,
Cutlery, Gunns &c., alnd dealers in Paints, Oils,
.. Varinishes, \Vindlow Glasw, Groceries, &.c.
are now receiving their full supplies of the
above meontioned articles, comprising the
largest nuortmenit ever olleredl in Colurimia,
wvhich they will sell at Extreamely low prices
'for cash, or on short credit to'punctual cus
?rr C:ouitry Merchants will find a good
t assortment of lI ardwamre, adapted to their
trade, at Charleston drices.
Cohniamd a 8. C., Nov. (,1840. 2 4lt
A ulTrimmings &c.
A ulsupply just received by the subscri
hers, cnisisting m part of SP'Rl NGS at 12 ets.
-A XLES at 8 cts. and FINE IRON at 3 1..2
- ets lb. T'ogthier with a complete as.sortmnent
of laces, 'ringes, Leather, India Rubber
I Cloth, Varnishes, &.c., &c. Suitab'e for C.ar
. iage Manufacturies, constant ly on hand and
.for sale at prices blo~w the Charleston rates.
FISilER & AGNE\V.
Cohiimbia S. C., Nov., 1819. 2 St
Cutlery, Guns &c.
Just recoivedl by recent arrivals from Li.
verpool a coimplete assortment of Taulo and
Pocket Cutlery. D~ouble and Single Baurrell
-.'Ahot G.unls, compri)isinlg an Extensive assort.
nient of the above inamied articles, both with
regard to (lluahty aind price.
Blrass Penders, Andirons, Sh~lovels anid
To~ngs, Fancy Bellows, Hearth Brushes,
Chimnney IHooks, &.c. Those in want of such
articles can find a large variety for sale at
muoderate p~rics by
FISHlER &; AGNEWV.
Columbia S. C., Nov. (1, 1849). 2 St.
The subscribers keep constantly on hand
a complete assortment of Locksa, Hinges,
Screws, Anvils, Vices, Hliammers, Spades,
Shovels, Scythes, M ill-saws, Mill I rons, Fules,
lasp', t.hlisels, Aungurs, lUench and Mdinitg
110oop Iroin, and Cauit Steel in liars aind Sheets
whic~h they wvill rell at the . loweetYhurket
FISlIERl & AGNEW.
Columbia, Nov. 6, 1849. 2 St
.' a I . J'
_ d -. E
ston on st
rme C,! y
JT.SOLOIMONS & 00.'
Ievojes reevod and ar o onlan their "
NEW f TOCK fFf N
ItIE4,- Il ATW' C APS, D0NW..T j'
fES,.r IARDW ARE and CUTLc .also
a'fine assortmet. of
sA owi ch they e ofring at the v5.ai
Lowv.Sr -raws-op ~whIch they ca4 5r ofd In
.Eyi jnest e'eivd dIDS a d the Oa.gir'
and betessorted STOCK READY QE
CLOTilING ever effIoe.x in..IjaarkaI, ~sd
GOnoistake. Coanits,Veta, fants, OverCoats,
Drawers, Shirts, Under Sitrt 'ocos'(, S.
can rotei thp whole outer md from Bonpet, to
aaot-heel-CHEAP FOR CAS, or on ac
commodating terms and- reasonable prices to
good odtomrnzs. .Como on and maske yourelec.
A. s.'&P. OSE$.~
Oct..a 1 )
Wantedi to Hire 100 Bands,
To work on the Rail, Road; these hand
iRl be employed out in the Pine woods until
after frost, when they willbeplaced on the
side of the River swamp, the work is all ih
and dry; and the hands will be supplied with
an. abundance of wholesome food and dry
tents. Wages good, and p-id in-Cashsonth
ly, or as the owner mayprefer.
Enquire of C. S. Mellett on the work near
Manchester, or of the subscriber, in.Sumter
ville, b. B. McLAURIN.
Aug.20. 1849. .- 43 tf
*sa~~am For Sale, te o
Al mdesirous of removing,Iofefr
ad yPlantation situated of Santee, ten
miles frmNelson's Fery. The said Planta
tion contains about Two TIhousand Four
Hundred Acres, six hundred cleared and.
under good fenceing, On the premises is a
good comfortable two story DvELLING
well finished-and all necessary out buildings
price Foulr thousand Dollars, and I will.
throw-in my whole stock coniting of One
hundred head of Cattle seventy or Eighty
head of heethe sainF of hogs ad sitty ,or
seventy iend ofGo ais. For any fuather n
formation address. the -subscriber -i
WILLIAM M. DAVtS..
Sept. 10th, 1849. 47 am.
ToGuardians, Trusteee, chceiits,
and oinmittees .
All guardine, trustees receivers and otier
who are bound to accoun tto the Cornimion
er in Equity Ror Sumter District, ai heireby
required to be wnil appear before suid Cor
missioner at his office at Sumter Court House
the second Tuesday in January, and th.
Tuesdays in January and February next, to
make returns of the estates lit their h'ands,
possession or managonut, setting forth ou
oath, the particulars and value of such estate,.
and an account of all ioney received and
paid far said estates, and to substantiate the
same by proper and sufficient vouchers; also
to produce all bonds, notes, certifcates of
stock and other ovidence of choses in action,
which are specified in said return; and also all.
title deeds, bils of sale and other muniments
oftitle of property purchased bgy hin or her,5
or them, for his, her or their warde r cesty
qui trust. .Those who fail rules will beim
mediately issued agairnst them.
WJOhN B. MILLE R, c. E. s.D.
Nov. 7th 1840. 3 t
. For Sale.
A valuable plantation containing nine hun
dred and eleven acres, situated in Claremont
County, about soven miles fromx Sumterville,
on tho pnublic road loadinsr from Sumterville to'
the Swiamming Pena. There is on the place
a good U)welling 1louse, Kitchen, Smioke.
hlouse, Stables, Corn Ihouse &c. All in good
repair. For terms apply to Sami. J. Bradford
J. W. Dargan or thie Subscriber on thouplant-'.
ation,. Wm. VAUJGITAN.
Nov.17 1849 4 if
The Fubscriber hogs leave to inform Juig~
f'riend~s and the public generailly, that heawill
continue the IROATI'NG rUJSINESS from
W RlOH 'S BLUFF to Charleston the en
suing WVinter. All Cotton and otherProduco
coinsignced to his Boats .vill bereceived stored
&c., free of charge. Freight as reatsonable
as by any other conveyance.
(rateful for past favors,:ho htopas, by his
usual strict attention to the interests of his.
frien is to realize a continuation of their pa
tronage. J. RUFUS FELDEIL
*Wright's Bluf, 17 Oct. 1849. 52 tf
A PIANO in good repair, will be sold low
if aplhed for immeudiaitely. Apply at this
office or to .A, 3. Moses.
Oct. 31, 1M9. . 1
All persons havinge demnipids against. the
l'X.aro of Mrs. ANN E. ROACII la:e of Sum-.
Iter District, are notitibd tehnd them in i
properly attested; and those ~indebted, to.
WI LLIA M SA NDERS, Ex tor.
Oct 30, 1 tf
800 pr, Negro Blankets.
1000 y ds.E.rseys ad Ignsys
CLARK & L.EWI.
5000 lbs Assoed T o
Sale by L.. B.A N.
Ea gging ad o
oy . 99 -# i9
L2~0 COILS FIRST QUAI1TY BALE
ROlF,,. Jnst received and for anleity
BRW , E &C