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TO THE PEOPLE OF
New Fall Goods:
KE''Cli UM & TAYLOR, would respect
fully invite the attention of the residents of
Sumter District, who intend visiting the city
this fall, to their extensive assortment o
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, con
sisting in part as follows:
Plain Black Gro do Rhine, Gro Grain, Gro
de Naples, and Gro de Swiss, Figured, Striped
and Plaided do., Rich Chaanelion Brocades,
Rich Chamuelion Glace's, Rich Chamelion
Satin du Chine, Rich Chanm Gro de Afreque,
Chaml Raw Silks, Col'd Marcilines, Floun
Double and single width Scotch, English,
German and French Printed, Satin Stripes
and Plain Cashmneres, Paraiettas, Madanas,
&c. Plain Mode Col'd Alpaccas, Satin
Stripe do., Blick do., and Black Bombazines,
in great variety and at all prices.
A large assortment of White, Black and
Col'd Crape, 'T hibet Wool, Cashmere, Bro
cade and Silk, all sizes and very rich.
1YUsLXNS AND LACES,
Col'd Mutslins, White Organdie, Namsook,
Swiss, Book, Mull. and Catubric do., Cotton
and Jacconet, do., Laces of all styles, Lace
Capes, Collars, Cias, &c., Lace E'lgings,
Cambric do., muslin do., and 'T'hread do.
Chintz and (inghhani,
English, French, and American Dress and
Furniture Chints, English, French and Atieri.
can Ginghams, beautiful styles.
CL OTLS' ' U.
A large assortment of Cloths, Cassitneres,
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, Rllov Plaiis,
Satinetts &c., Satin, Silk-Velvet, anid Valen
Brown and Bleached Sheetin's 5-i to 12.4
wide, Brown aia Blieached Shirt ing, and Ising
;loths, Col'd I Plaid and Striped Ilomiespun,
Lindsevs, Kerseys, Plains, Blankets. Flannels,
&c., in great variety, and all other articles
usually found in at. extensive Dry Goods
K. &. T. would further remark that their
facilities are such that they are constantly
in the receipt of all the most fashionable
styles of goods that are imported anl at such
prices as cannot fail to give entire satisfac
tioi, To be convinced give us a call.
P. S. All orderes promptly attended to
and faithfully executed.
I11'CiIltM' & PT LOR,
243 i ng Street Charlestoi, S. C.
2 Oct., 161) 5'2 7t
JAMES S. ROBERTS,
Would respectfully acquaint his friends and
the Public generally, that lie has now in
STORE his FALL STUCK, consistir.g in
Gent's. extra fine Calf Pump Dress Boots,
from the most celebrated Philadelphia
Gent's. Plain sewed and pegged Boots, some
very low priced;
Gent's. Congress Gaiters. Patent Leather,
Oxford and Monterey 'l'ies, (superior);
Ladies' white and Black, Kid and Satin Slip
Ladies Bhick, Bronze, Blue anal light colored
Ladies Mafroco, Kidl and Calf walking Shoes,
ofadif~hrent st yles;
Misses anda Chxildrens Gait er Roots, Moroco
and' Seal, dress anid Schlooil Shoes.
-- A r.so
B3lack and Rusett Brogans of various quali
A large supply of f louse Servants Shoes, bioth
Menx and Wi on, somxe at very low pri
Besides the ahove lie has an extensive variot v
f I ron aiid Wa'ool framixe T'rave.lling antI
I lair T1runks, Valisses, Carpet Hags &..
The stock embxraxces as large a variety of
fashxionabule Boots axia Shoe's, as can bea (oxundi
in any siunilar estabhshiinent in th a ot v.-.
A faul! description of which wouuld lie :alto
gethier beyond the limits of a neawspaper ad
vertisemxent. Tlhe' weare carefui liy selcted
by myself, axnd wil lie oflereda at a 'very small,
.advanxce on first cost.
2:1 King St reat, oppite Icla.-el
Chiarletoni S. C., Nov . hI it1. ;3 ij
A'i Till 80o Tllisu ST OUIE
NO. 6, MER CHIANT'S ROW 001X31IBIA.
FISHER & HOXIE,
Are nw enaled t olr toi thier irsinds
andi tox thii public gener ally. a lxi xand wel i
selected Stock oft Staple andi Fancy I) R V
G~OODS, to which they.'. are iaakoag tralegnet
addittins. Theiiir Stock at. pxresent conlsist~s
in part of
Rlichi Silks andx Satinx de (lhiine., Canution
Crapes bliack axia col'ad, Alein'ite an oi alaatir
Lustres, Conxton Clothus faor Mlin xg, a becautxi
fuui article and egual to lapinis Homixbazinxes
at half the cost.
One thonsand piices wvooleni (ood ii
Cloths, C assimieres, TIweeds, Satinets and
Carpiets, Rugs, axild Druigzxets, togeother
withi anx assortimient of ingh six, I)uxiil axid
Aierican xxllaniket s by thie sinhgle pr*.o'r halei,
all of whichh we are alhsposed tio sell at low
prices for cash.
Oct, 2;1 .5' 'It
Th'ie suzbscribier w.ouiil r espaectfu liy info~rmi
hiis frienxd-u axid thle Publhiex geneirally, t hat lie
haas takent the Statebuxtrg I lotel, andx in hre
pared to arconnnxiodiate all who mxay lao-or lhimi
with a call, w ithx goodi Fa ra axnd' comlfort able
Roomis. Drovers caniu be furnxishied with hats
axia stable roomxi.
I IA I.iE .lOiilN SON.
Stateuirg,_S. C. Nov. I4, 181'.. ;3 t hj
All personis inxdebated to th laoIate Firmli of
CONWVAY & WINN, are e'arneostly solicitetd
to make inunedoaiate paiymen~xt anxd save Cost.
Oct. 10, 1849D. 5(1 t f
Smokedl Beef, anal Blloi Tionigues,
At the sign of thxe Aegro.
A Primxe lot of BUT1"il R just rectived
and for Sale bay
CLAnK & .E Irwm
For the Fall Campaign,
The subcribor has recently returned from
Charlestou bringing with himi a cornpleto tad
Melect assortnment of
Drugs, hemicals, Patent Me
PAINTS, OILS, DYE. STUFFS, WIN1)0W
GLASS, S)Al'S, HiRUSilES, P'ElFU.AlI.'
RY, SPICES, AND FANCY ARTICLES
to which he respectfully invetes the attCntiono
Physicians, Plauaters and dealers generally.
I am now the regularly appointed Agent for
the following valuable Preparations, viz:
Collier's liemedy for I)iseut'd lorse..
Allen's Cunpouud for Dyspcpsia.
KeoIor's Sarsaparilla I'anacea:.
" Carminative Cordial.
" Cough Syrup.
" Vornaifugo Syrup.
Epping's Sarsuparilla and Queen's Delight,
Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Wistar's liliiamin, Dr.
Jayne's Family Medicines nnd ltoche's Lijlimbro.
cations for (looping Cough, with nauy oth'ri
loo numnerous to mention, may alwaya be found
Z. J. l):I.\Y,
Nearly Oppo~site .11arsonict Hall.
Camden, Oct. 7, IS 19. 51 t f
New and Choice Fall Goods,
The subscribers are now receivintr one of
the larrest and inost desirable stock of
I)O1) 8 that has ever been oil'cred to the
friends and customners of the
They have during the past week opened,
and are now prepared to show a splendid as
Rich Fabrics for Ladies' Dres
Stei.n As, Elegant (ashmieres, Muslin De
I;a ines, Plain M erinos, Chanelon I nlstre's,
ILyanese ( loths, 1)c Lisle Stripes, iigl I:nls, I
A large nuisortient of SIanwis,
Sneh as Long; aw square Shawls, both
plain and printed, silk, cashmcre and lroche.
1 large stock of' Linens andl Linen
Marseilles Qilts, Dimities, Curtain StuTfl,
E'VEitY VARIETY or II1tsFIY.
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear,
.1 large and splendid stock of Read
C LOT 11 I NG,
Of every ginality, and at prices which cannot
fail, to please.
They are also prepared to ofl'r to Planters
and others, one of the most complete assort
mCnts to he founitd in Caiiiden,of
B1iankvts Keirscs 2SaL'inets .J'anq,
.D OM12MT [CS, Jge., .'
LIr They conlidlently invite the attention
of purchasers to their stock, as tune of tie lar
gest in town.
It is their intent ion to embrace in their stock
every articleof Dry Goods that may he new
or desirable, so that purchasers cai always lie
Supplied With the iC'est and hest st vle of
Go'is in the snarket and at the lowest possi
M. DRUCKI IR & CO.
DRY GOODS for FALL TRADE
The0 siubscriber is now receivinig oneO of the
hlargest. and mo~st. desirable STOCK OFNM(
GOO)I )S thIat has1 ever heen oleredi to 1hle
friendsh ald e nstomers of0~ 0153d K IN' Sii -r : Ir.
ten~sive adlditionis andt alIteraio ~ns to hiis roIns111,
aind is no2w plreparedI to sho1w in isk re'tailI de
J'lrl lt 1201 :2nest)5 5hpl l i :Issoirtliient. of
Riela F~abrics for1 Lattic''. Drew',
Sneh1 as: Eb-' nu "di, ii-m,-ces. .\lnizs
hli IaLines, Alp t-as, 'Salm1 lin l('ies, lEmi
hr. ideredl Ca'lhmetres., ChailtE',n ILu:stres,
Ina I he %aalI I) palraeamt,
\lrmte sth-gant Id Ilan ant inl'l mbol-,
M re Clnton Crapel, Cailgshn)1ier at's, lIroch
A g!rea varity of1 11(-h l'ilac anV. ooe
.\lrsills foru ilt'lFrme si lhit iesswl asr
lHr. :inlclothis, Cassinlieres, Ve'stinilI, ('raivais,
Inl rooml~s conn1ectedi with1 his front sah-s
rioliis lhe is pirepa;red'to 10ll;r I lhinters an
2.t he(rs (2ne2 of the, milist comp111let e assortl ineit to
.Nenn ie, B~oaiml'egic', &., A.
lie conintil'ily Il inn 's thec alttton 22f all
It is his inlten1tion2 t, embllralce iln his sior k
everyr artile 122 I)ry (hni that2 mayi ibi~e nwi.~
or~ desi'urable, so that puIrIchasers ca:2n ailwayis
lhe''1111'2 upli wit thei nlewest iandl best St vlw'
C ,.Hio.2 Il iliE Inaret, alId at.un I i e l :'I~l
lie 22212r5 II .\l2'rchants matil others a com:lpleteI
assoritmen.t oflalte above~ (;aOodis, ait
Amnil inlvites the at~tnton of2 caish buyeyrs to
h1is .stocek ailnd rs.
~253 IKing st reel, Chiarlest.oin, 8. C,
An~g Z-I dd. ti
ove(r Shoie's for 1:ole2s and g''ut Ileen, ili sses
Indl~ia rubbe2Lr lluskinsc, fo~r sawl by
L. IB. Ii.I NK.
A Nice ass'or'tumsesat oCmpirit...
g~ass L-un~ps. Also, the $pirit-gass.
Forn sale by
L.. R IA XN'S.
Oct '22 52tf
Bagging Rope and Twine.
Just received a lamrge sulyt oef IHA( ( NG,
[lOPE and1( TW!NH. For Nale: by
A. J. & P'. MOSFS.
Ao O R~ SZi~ud I ; . It 1'." (1
414111, 1'"q., 4444 4I4leC, iiit eta a cai dai~~te, for the4
*f~ice~ of >hli~rl :et thle next elOeti.
lltrchi 29t~h, l$.l9, 2 ltdi
Oizr 'e are flh1u1lhorize t to
111114141e ?%1 A1.1Y 13 ltlI~J )O:N, Es;q.
ttdiilate for thie Olicor of SII4erill" of Sum
!r I )itr n t ,at th In Ir'xt. El.ectijon.
r We are :tht 10Iize(I 44)
tInttOII~i (C4. .1011 N C. I I:lA E, a i'4t41i
lte Ior the oie of1C ) Shterill, at theltoCIIIito
sept. 27, 18~ R"19, 'N t
Or r'F he Ie'ricu.Is of ai~~a~
11. 13 l()\VN, 311114)11 h4C imi as a Candljidate
or hut Ilie; of *'ieri II' of .u tirt e~ D istrict
it Ihe eiisuiii EleFctionl.
*ti~pt. 2(1, 1~-16-. 47 tf
I t' e arc: :4411 li c toI 4 a1)4I11C Matjor
I OlIN 3A 1.1 A It!), as a cand~idate fo
Slierill" at the~ 014541iJg C electlonl.
Aplril 2'4t Ii, 151=3. "26 tf
a:lljl;0lid i'f u" Slei(l1' at. t144 ne4xt IlIert 44)1.
April 19), IS H. 25:
p'We are authorized to
announce11(' Mr4. JOHN 0. ()11I( \j%'J as .1
candt4ida~te' or lthe e Hi1re, o4f ('c~ 1 "I/ the11 ( 44741
eCl4'lti4I to4 thle (4111C of1 1 lenk of 11t0, (.ollt
Ifir Stit'r Iist t, and14 4414ig4 thIe
:*ai. 26h, INI 'i . 121 if
I \\nTx(. ilee ! .lot CIttreIiiim (lt ;II,)
,nj~ WXe are atorize to
411144104:.l I\ \V I):\ AN,1 a\4 eaceae
;ur (Tlatx C i :xolletor, 4,r C lart County , at
( ) 't'. :31, C. I!) 1 If4
n 4)c:11 '4S1'l It II \ 3I11411IC1, th i'' at~s
taii I"aei c1ii ~t I Tax (11441VC i, 14: ClarImontc
(''II aC1Elt tot In i': 11 I5 lc~riist)sj, n. i i
4411 1 'i~ii' RI 4 . 11r[.'l sDti V IS,4
wie lr o in iar', he aliii- l);lil li':Itl l ~e cl,
to tttniake toter I4l lilt t ulp. p r o h
frontis Stenl :4114-) room' IChtr _1)t',ai'r, 3042
he tees V4 r~ Illist ns. h'Ccno h ter
11iI V :ugret eit a lie ainslei 11"IIe ofSae
toN.k all- )tli,Ir~it e.r:tlvo tl
A valet of lughes Ii,r can he had at
W, A, KENT & YIITCHELL,
C1othing and Out-Fitting
EST A B LISM11 IIENT,
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Went vorth, Charleston, S. C.
Puareilsors wil! tindl at. all times a full an'
coinplete s nhi k of (ient's.
RA' D YIA DEA' CLOTIIING
W.- A- in:iNT. G. nI. .ITr-CIIF..
'tdaiia iactory 1 1 3 nVshingtoa
Stores N. Y.
Mfay 1819. 80 tr
MUSIC, MIUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street. Sign of the I' re,
Charleston, S. C.
GRGt;, IIAYI)l'N, & ItEBIG,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEWE1LRY, SILVER WARiE,
Gimts, Military & Fancy Goods,
(Order of Kinig:~ and I nasell street:-,
C!:arle ston, S. C .
A. 11. IIAYDEIN,
May 23, 1819. :30 1y
New & Fashiible Clothing,
GEORGt, I: A. ]lYl)E;,
s1-cerlsso: ' I : r. .. . . . v in:, 2 rx: -is-r.
Oppositte -li .-chttuts ][antel.
32matufactu.or, \\'hlle-ale and Retail lDealer
in (l, hin-r,
GI..A. 11. Rtespectfully inivites the attention
of hi= friends and the puldic to his large as
so0rhau1nt oft Fashionia/le, andl 1-|;ll/rgn ClIr
iIn! now on hainl, eilual in every respect to
Ily /ifst clston i work, to whlich Ie is weekly
"hb.1 large suloni es direct front his own
.l\luItacto;r inl New York.
This l:t ablisiutent is condurtel entirelv
on the Cash /'rincijI/es bot h in pirciase andl
sales, giving lini great advantage in his se
lections anti enabling hin to to sell at New
York r:ites. I ie is now oflering this stock,
(wich is not excelled for rairiet, s;;lle, l'/'iu
'!/, and f/ur /,ili/y of lro,-l.3,ows/,ip in the
i tm, at such prices as to iake it an intice
inent for pirchasinig to call before niaking
their selections. \ Superior assortient of
Fine Shirts, C llar s, Cravats, Canes, &c. &c.
const~nitly" I'l 11and.
With 'attentive anti obliting salesiien,
gentlemen can depenhl u1pol havingz their
vaits sllilleid ininei(lateily. All garments
warrantei to fit vell and give satisfictiun in
!~i'. lr..ion 'I' ILi rv, long k inown inl the
clothing line is niw at. this establiineu,
vliere ht' wouh be happy to see and serve
GEI O. .\. HYD)E,.
C Shrlstoni. .loa-,i1 1 1 .. It Ivly
Ti l Ihutel is situaited in thre inest fashion
abde par t t ti- ('.t. 1 T~i Iriietor wd!
hiih prulnsti . I lhe no .'xu-t -I i h
wanitingi:ti hiis parit i to mk' their stav ia-ree
able. Picesz* rea suaa h1l Ii.
I'. .\. I10fN l, I'oriei'ir.
('IIAR liSTON. 8. C.
Fornwrupig kept lny ('Im:rl'. ii. 3llot.
I Iavii u- i rn( tl'he 'rioprietair. if this ex
tensie itid wil knowwn estabb~siinin-ut, siub
inis its ichiunis wvith cinfiidetnce ti piubhle sup
porn, sitatil tha~t their etirts wiill reinder
comfiotrtablle all whoii tiay faviir thremn with a
.lulyI -1 0 1 3
Thi ininlersigned lat of i the I'nied St ite.
Ii inth, AutLut,i( Geirtiua.) haviinig leased the
(:ll.\l IlSTI( )N l I( )Thl. fur ai termi it
yeair-, taikes plihaure' it stat ing that the en-.
irn Estab hshinu'ut has biieeinf eiid andI fur
inhed ithI ni~ r u nirrutura.,:ni is nowu pe
lniihiroveilliiits hu\e alsoi iietn iale ini thne
lli itsi.prart inularly in the l.:nihes' ilepirt
aiithie retinoval of thre L.alhes' iDrawmitg
WhIi chi ipoi( mlents, lie is aissuiroil, will
greatly a-bil toi I he ciimfortns iii the gnests ot
his wn lirt togrutfher with :hie iitliiers if his
hoiiuili ti mirit a biherl sharie of the piubl
I).\ NI~l :. \I I ER, Proprietuir.
.loul 25, 18 l19. 89 i v
:WW'l-' &,hi ~g1E
( -rna::(li:2 m/ 'e :& Sir is,
Th'lis I lu;,', situit.tid in thi buinetiss pr
andonve in Bati-nrd~es, tomu
it,:nl) l'eroemIontli ti ir-rivTlest Gh
il l.\n ( litah u ihn : ul ar r e wleil Ii mnts
thel~ Sareat W , toa e it as tolh art
bunt ut lbpt, fourrte arnitiiditi, onls o'fiis
\~ ith u; c Grin Byns
A . . 1P. .\l0NK8.
The subscriber having just returned from
Charieston with an asortment of BOOTS,
SXlOES, Ladies' and Misses' SI1.1cpytS,
.'i S and GAI'1ltS, of every kind what
ever, oilers them to the public on beterterns,
'or Cash, than can be had elsewhere, and so
icits an early call at one door cast of Miller
.z, Bossards Drug Store. Also, the New and
r"ashionable slipper for Ladies called TAY
11 All rips sewcd up tcithouI charne.
Stignof the Booi.
May 2:1, 1 +49. 31 tf
NEW DRUG STORE,
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his customers, friends, and the publi'c gener.
ally of Sumter, that he has, and will constant
ly keep on hand, a Fresh :ud well selected
stock of Medicines, Paints, Oils, I)ye Stril ,
Window Glass and e'ttv: Fine Soaps anl
Fancy Articles; all of which will be sold
Rt. SI DNINV AllELIETT, MI.D.
On, d/oor res! .,f .IeJItni's old slamd.
', S. Allorders from the country prompt
y at tendedi to.
St~ 1IEiT VILLEff.IQ,4. CiRIOLIVA.
The surbscriher woul respectfully inform
his rils aild the public generalv that he
has oreied for their ;ccommodatiioi a I ouse
of hntcrtaimnent in Ihis place. lIe solicits
a share of publici patronlamr, and proinises to
spare no piuls in order to nrierit aind secure
the sanie. lIe wouhl further add, that. the
oration of his f louse is suclh, as entirely sub
serves both butinCss anid quiet. A trial is all
.Jan, S, 1l9 11 t f
Th:s :rnnunt in cash it be paid fto negres
trornrr Ihe ;;r, (f, from 1.1 to yt years oil.
'T'he inrhes at earket prices will ie ,riven, and
persons wishing to drispose of such property
will tind! ready s;rle by applvin to the suli
scriber at Sunttervile S. (.
T. J. 1)INITNS.
A1,, -l. 1 19. 41 if.
I wi Il pay the aove reward for the appre
hens.ui(, anid delivery of rmy neg-o ian
I.\.*\(' to rme, or in Suite'r .Iail. Isaac is
aint 5 feet ( "r i; inch-s high, stamniers a
littl.,-anl hrs rather a timid appearance
when spoken to.
J. S. RICIIARDSON.
Oct 21 52 tf
The subscribers have just received
one of the heaviest and best selected
stocks of Goods they have ever opened
atli for gnality anti cheapness cannot
be sut!rpassed in this market. Call and
jrtdge for yourselves.
1BH WN, LEE, & Co.
2nd Oct. 1 49.
P. .\. Gribborns,
Peter .\r Kni~ght:.
Thirra.ar 3il nght'1, Ire 'drnianrlrt, in tire
It is thlfrrerr, 'rd-'red. theytihe do ap ear
anid object to thte I iisian or Sihe ti thre
ren orr brefore thie reentrearh rIhw of D~ecem-nu
heer next, or Iris co rnsenct wd bI e enterced of
WV. LiE\V[, . s.r>
Sept. 17th, 1-;19. 419 :!t
iji. ne rrultersrined havre associartd themn.
srelves tot her undrrer ithe fi rm orf P illN~\( I.1g
&. G( ll.\.\ .t.. fo r the' t ransoact in of brusiniess
connrrectedrIwithr thrr'X/- nn .li//', situatrerd
1 1.4 mn.s frem 8.onri.-rnle, where they
are pirepaired to Saw trwl trindr.
Seprt 10th 1419). -17 t i
IMYPROVED COTTON GINS:
Thanrikfrul tor prast favyours, thei subhscrrber
wisher tor iniftori thre pubbre that. hre st il
.~iirfactres,' C(i'TON (;INS at his E-s
tbblrlrret ini tatesbrgr oni ithe imrost im
prtvedl arid aproud rl a,; f lie morst sirr
(tr1consrrutorrn of thIe tiest firrni.h and ofi
the best rrrerral.,to wit, Sf/,! NeUS rsln
.'rf/ /-/atal ri/. case' hrnrd, ini whichr Ire
wdil stll nor twon dltlrs peer sew. Ih b.' uI
repirs rrhl (Girs, ari nd n p t tem mn croil
rlet rder at thre nirrrteet nitice. All or
th'rs for Gins will Ibe ptromply :un punct u
alh- attreil t..
St atehunrg, 8. ('. Aipril II1, 1819. 2.1 tj
Land at Bradford Springs
Th'i. SublrtheIr rtlles ins trr n1 hurt at
lhiral'.rld- eth:crns ~ ing in all oft 2t0t
A\rr., t.tiurted mi a Norttth Irasterly direcltton
tr in th lu)sn rite mn thet pubrllic rtrrr! lerrliint
tr nm ih e eu none:s I ns ato I n tin, r;tii.
me th ii. !.nl n o thre lurstilute arm:l .\lr. I'. tIrt
ton. (in the~ rern's are seralr very hllr
Sptrrings, (-Sul hr,~.d alybrrrste marl e.Nellerri
drankmr water sprmesf) antd tirnm is rtim
ra i.l [ t,.'t i:n wcoul fotrin al i!i rle' site
or athe.!, s w e a privarte resideice.--....
Thit!.? r trio its cInnater is toot well known
t. nerod cttioienit. Aid Ire latitl for jrhnili r
is s good it nortt supjrrior to urmiority arouni.E
A\i.-t-Tlhe ad~jtingr tract 1(15 aceres, on
whichl is ar udwelhu tistruid on!ut htuiling's.
Tler rs I ow. Fotr Ituriher pa rt iulars entpure
or of Ili )W N, I, .t1 & (C.
StimitervriIle .1ug r 15, I. 1 91. -12 tf
MP~ROY El) ENlSS CilAIN
All Persons wiing thii.~Ie abovt~e lileva~tors
can hre supltied lby the Subsriber, whoin is the
Age r thre list rict ro Sumriter S. ('
It. F. LIGON.
Sumoterville. Oct. 31st 1&4m 1 l..
Cabinet making, &c.
The subscriber respectfully announces to
the public that, he carries on the Cabinet mnaa
king Business in all its various branches; and
hopes by untiring industry ard attention td
busimess to terit. a share of the patronage of
his friends and the public.
N. I.---Hc will keep constantly on
hand-Fancy and Plain marble top 1)ress
ing Bureaus, Side-boards, Pine and Maho a.
ny \Vardrobes, high and low post cur ed
ma ple Bed-steads, Sofas and Divans, Centre
'alles, Sitting (hairs of every description.
lIahogary Rocking and Nursing Chairs, do.
3oston Rockers and Nursing, Pier Tablest
Candle stands, &c. &c. Also, Cotton mat.
tresses, which they will sell low for Cash or
IITFURNITURE MADE and REPAIR
ED at the shortest notice.
Mahogany and Plain Coffins,
f'urnished at the shortest notice'..
Just received a splendid assortnen t of
Bed-steads, Sitting and Nursing Chairs.
___ _ 1). S. SARGENT.
GIN IATUNG, &C.
Ve are prepared to execute orders to any
extent im the above line, both for new work
and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
any made m the State, possesing all the ad
vantages of the Falling Breast. and Sliding
Itibs, which saves a great deal in way of re
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Saws,
with teeti set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the tines I staple, with an iinprovmient
to regulate the rot ing of the cotton; our brush
is co:structed on a plan, giving at once, the
anslv~itages of ligtntess, strength and force
all very tnatermi I in the successful operation
of a (;Im. We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilt we would assure the public generally,
t.at. they shall have no cause to complain.
elither of our work or prices.
We are also prepared to do work in the
(:iinet line-cucl as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, 1ook cases, Staud, ''ables,Cupboards,
&c. ,&c. at short, notice, on liberal terms.
Il.'1DSON & BROTI ElR.
Opposite ihe P'rc/lhprian church.
Suimterville, April22, 1k47. 26 ly
A CA R),
The subscriber, having taken, the corner
Store. (known as Me Leans) would, most
respecuuIv, acqIuait his old Friends, and
ie l'uble at large, that he will at all tines
saike pleasure to accommodate them, in Cut
ting anl MiakAing up Garments, in the most
faIhiontable and substantial manner.
lie will keep constantly on hand a fresh
adi seasonable assortment, of outfitting, of
the latest and most. approved Fashions, an
hopes, by punctuality and his desire to please
all, to ierit a continuance of their Patron
age and confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan. 15, 1.-9l, 12 tf
The subscriber would state for the benefit
of the public, that he will haul from the Mid
dleton Depot to Sumterville, by the coad
(either four horse or two horse Wagon) at
18 3-- cents per hundred.
A i. 22, 1h19 43 if
In hianid for thte pttrchtase of Negroes of
eit her sex. A pply to
J. M. E. SUA RP.
Colum~tbia, S. C. Autg.8, 1849.
Attorney at Law.
Sumtetreille, AS. (7.
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I hav~e this daty associatedl WM. L. REY
N )l, w18~ ith tme in the practice of DEN
Mr. Revxor.ps ha~s beetn my pupil for the
past four yea rs, attnd titnneod himu with cont
fidlence to; the coiunfitv.
Thel butsintess wvill lie coniductedl as former
ly at tty oflice ott Main street, under the
.dwe ntatte and stylec.
A ug. 15 42 tf
Thisbsctuber begs leav~e to imform his
frientds, tn Sumtterv ille an vi ~icinity, that as
in open'lt mi the Beet biusintess contttiues
to l utcher ott the s-une dlays t hat hie dones, that
lie will ebange to .A(IONDA YS, WED)NES
l).\YS and SATl'-RD.AYS are the days he
wdil I ultchler: the prices are live anid si' cts.
it lieet is ta keni regiularly rotud--if choice
lic-es every time, of* lie round, the price is
eight c-ents.I Alperons arc requtested to
have a simallI Bouok so that~t the Beef can be
entered mt their Book as well as mine.
Jiune 27 JOHN CHIINA.
Plantation for Sale,
Thle subscruir otiers for sale his Pianta
ion ini Siinnter lDistrict, two miles south of
Staitesbuirghi, iontssling of a tract (if seven,
lhuinilred antd fifty ac'res (750),) a Inarire portion
(Oa;k arnd I lickiry and aidmtirabhly idaphted to.
t cutlt-vationt of cot!tont. Thelire is art excel
lent I w~elbng I louse--god outt buildhngs
stableiu an uti arns--anil hiouses for the accomit
indat tiot of tirny orm liftyV negroes. The good
hmds and dlecidled hihh of thle place comtbine
o rendier it a desirabile purchase.
For te'rmts aplylr to
W. J. RERS, Jr.
Statesbutrght, Sept 19, 1849. 46 tf
Of l'very D~escription fritm the Elemnentary
Spelhcr, tii Laftn arnd Greek, including Sta.
tinary f all k indis, for Sale by
A. J1. & P. MOSES.
Oct 2 49 tr
A desirable Siunitner Residence on the High
I lills tiear Providence. Twenty-five Acres
of Laund are attached to the pr'omises. For
termis whlich will ho alccommtodating apply to
1L. M. Spanni, ont the spot, or to WV. F. B
Haynvnsworth, int Sumtiterville.
FOR11 SA LE, Chteap for Casih. Apphf at