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sept. 27, 1849.- 48 tf t
Othfa ~ c 4 6kd ielaanrd
B. BR rupprnce him a a Candidate
for the o MN66f Iherifl' of Sumter District
t the. iriij1Eokbi.in
&pt0, 1648. 47 tf
6 e are au thoriaod to announce Majo
jqI BALLARD, As a candidate for
O heriffltXthe. ensuing election. .1
p ,4pti h, 1848. 20 C
I pIt Pefringi o4fWiIIIm1
IJdCOG, gsq, announce him as a
oandidate for Sheriff at th e next Election.
AVI 1 8I. 25
FOR? CLERK.: ]
We are authorized to
annbunfo Mi . JOI-JP 0. DURANT nil a
cW4date o? the tileof Clk of the Court
at the ensuing electidn.
Nov.8- 3 tf
Mr. Editoyr:-Please announce JOHN
GAN JONES, as a candidate for re
Vonidii. to the office of Clerk of the Court
. founier bistrict, and oblige the
April 26th, 1848. 20 tf
y are authorized to an
nounce DAlIEL H. RLCH BOURG, a can
dida%;.1or tie dflice of Clerk at the ensuing
I . Jail. 26, 1846. 13 tf
; E 20AZ CO EL.C TOR.
-illimWe are authorized to
anuounce JOIN W DAlGAN, a candidate
"'x Cileor, for Clarempnt County, at
_M -49o Efektio.
Oct 31, 1846. 1 tf
qj, We are authorized to an
L NDEL WATTS, Esq., as
i ld r Tax Cpllotor,uf -Ga.e
t e Election,
abinet Making, &c,
Thesubscriber respectfully announces to
the, public that, he carries on the Cabinet ma.
kimgfuniless in all its various branches; and
hopes iy rintiring industry arel attention to
business to merit a slare of the patronage of
his friends and the public.
N. B.--He will keep constantly on
Iand-4Pancy and Plainrmnrhle top Dress.
ing.buieautjs, Side-hoafds, Pine and Mahoga
rynWrrdrobes,, high and low post curled
naple Bcdasteads, fLbm, anid Divans, Centre
tables, Sitting Chairs of every description.
Mahogany Rocking and Nursing Chairs, do.
Boston Rckerq and Nursing, Pier Tables,
Pandle stands, &c. &c. Also, Cotton niat
treas which they will sell low for Cash or
IdrFURNITURE MADE and REPAIR
ED at the shortest notice.
Mahogany and Plain Coffins
furnishea at the shortest notice.
Just teceived a- e edid assortmeii t of
Bed-saedglt g uTrsinrg Chairs.
,~ ;'K. ~D,;-. SARfGENT.
asre Urpal'ed to o.WC. to orders to -mry
~ ~zt~haIbove b:ue, Lui.h for new work
aaind w~.Our Gins are nant siurpa.sed bry
3n mei tie State, possesing all thre ad -
vr~ ,bf ih Falling Breast and Sliding
Ribs, whlich .aves a g reat dleal in way of re
pairs. We also use tihe Steel Plate Saws,
vit~h teeth det in an angle tha't cannt possibly
a~jre thefiniest staple, with anr imnprovmrent
to regulate the miotinig bf the cotton; our brush
isconstructed on a plan, giving at. once, tihe
advautages of lightness, strength and force
all Very'material in the successful operation
o# f a Qin. WVe would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themsaelves,
v ~ilit- we would assure the public generally,
that they shall hav nu ri e to comrplarm
either-bfo 01 s.
~.We are also prepared to do wg~rdrobea
Cainetbne-suchi as Bedisr ead, upboards,
~k.~s~dg- oeral terms.
- - .rI~ u & BROTHIER.
Oppa't4 the P'reslyerifan chrurc..
mtervil eApril22, 1847.20 ly
aId at Bradford Springs
AELIGIBLE SUIMMER RtESIDENCE.,
rhe fMibbcriber udbra his tract oft land at
Brar~lford Springs conrsistzing~ in all of 206
Acres, situated in a North Easterly direction
from thre Institute on thn public road loading
fomr thre 'Swining P'en to Camdlen, adjoin.
irrthe Janrds of the Innstittite and Mr. P'. Bit.
'~ n'the premrises are several very bold
Srrgs (glulphrer, citlybrrate and excellent
.irn i ater sprIngs) and from its corn
e an~ii posiion would form anr eligible site
Le da nbrit o its elinrat is to wll kcew
to need commrnnt. .,Andl the landhfr plantinre
is au g~od lf iiot superir to a majority rrrornni.
.Aiso--Ther adjoining tract 105 aicres, err
lichis a d wellinig house and ont buildinig's.
TermnsLow. For further particul ars enquire
of t-' .Di:GM
oro BROWN, LER & CO.
* Suimterville Arng, 1o, 1849. 42 ff
- ubrscriber, hraving takern, thre corner
Stq9e (knowip an McLeatrs) woruld, most
*repgctfully, acquaint Iris old Friends, and
ti bhie at- large, that hre will ait all tirmes
-op leasure to accommodatei themn, in Curt
tmrg and Markiung up Garmients, in thre most
Fashionabrle and substantial mar~nner.
i*He will kedp constantly on hanrd a fresh
and :asnsoable assqortmnt, of outfitting, of
the latest and.monst approved Fashions, an
hopes, by punctuality arnd his desire to please h
all,1t8 merit a continuance of their Patron. h
ag and confidenice. p
- * J WJNN. "
h~k'u fo at fanvomir, the srubscriber,
yishes to inform the public that hre still
Malufactures CQTTON GINS at Iris Es
tablishmeont in $~tateshtirg on the most im-.
aund afbroved piian, Qc-the rnost- aim- T
sticto of, the finest finish, andI of
S,'st imateiaiufts wit, Steel Saws and
:f$~j latd rib~s case hardenied, in which] Ire --
~'ylaltfor tvn dfollarR per saw. H~e also i
o~tp~~ld Qins,. and pnta themn in com- i
fete order at the shqrests ~qice. All or
,Ire -for Ginam, ill bb 'rot and punictu
attended to IAMFLJ8N
dtikefr1. (.,Anrril lI189 4 t Sn.
L~ .~go .JJ( . . .JI~ I . .
LASS, APa," l fS
Y, SP1CEB, ND"FAN ' A t 8~t~~
Whicoh he tetpse'fdlly Intuit te atientloso
1yueine, Plantersind dealors generally.
I amnow hlerekularly ajpointcd Agent fur de
so following valiable Prep rations, via:
Uollie'i iemedy for MJease'd lioreit s a
Allen's Cotopound foV Dyin
Keeler's Satrsdparilhi P-aces. a
" C(tllminative Co'dial. C1
" (-ou0gh Syr .- ce
" Itihnatic tion.
Epplng's Sartiparilild amnd Queen's Delight, G
Townseni's Sarspapurilla, Wistar's Dalsam, Dr. ar
aynae's Family Medicines and Ruobe's Embro- &
atsis for Hloupiug (:ough, wih any other' qI
DoU numerous to mnuution, may always be found in
Z. J. DEIIAY,
Near.y Opposite Masonic flil.
Camden, Oct. 7, 1849. 51 tf C
Rew and Choice Fall Goods. x
The subscribers are now receivingone of
he laraest and most desirable stock of S
GOOD% that has ever been offiered to the ai
riends and customers of the C
They have during the past week. openqd,
nd are now prepared to show a splendid as
sortment of F
Rich Fabricsfor Ladies' Dres
SUC As, Elegant Cashmeres, Muslin Do. 'j
lAtiner, P6lain Merinos, Chameleon Lustres, y
Lyanese Cloths, DeLisle Stripes, Ginghams, c
A large assortmeat of Slawils,
Such nu Long and square Shawls, both
plain and printed, silk, enhmere and broche.
A large stock of Linens and Linen
Marseilles Quilt, Dimities, Curtain Stuffi',
EVERY VARIRTY OF HIOstIEY.
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear,
4 large and spnleulid stock of Ready
Of every quality, and at.prices which.cantnot
fail, to please.
They are also prepared to ni'er to Planters
and others, one of the most complete aseort
ments to be found in Camden,otf
Blanket .Kerseays Saltinets Jeans,
DOMESTICS, J'c., go.
9-- They confidently invite the attention
of purchasers to their stock, as one of the lar.
gest in town.
It is theiir intention to embrace in their stock
every articleof Dry Goods that may be new
or-desirable, so that purchasers can lwn sbe
supplied with the nowest and best stle of
Goods in the market nnd at the lowest possi.
M. DRUCKER & CO.
BY OBERT LATTA
...LAT BY C. I. DAVI ,
WVouhd respectfully announce, that he has
now ini charge the above well loca
own, for travellers; ilhlectly on all treets
pasing through--.and ta uirdergoinmg thor.
ou~gf repairs. He earnestly sol icitsa a call
from his fridnds and the publbe generally--for
he feels con ad~m that they cannot be other.
wise than pcased, as no pains ia ill be spared
to make all comfortable.
A variety of the best Liquors can be had at
the Bar,exrcept on Sunmdays. Gddant's old
1805 llrandy and other fine Liquors in bottles:
the most favorite brands of Chammpagnmes; the
choicest brands of Seg ars and Tobnacco; Scotch
Ale in pints; Sona~ '*VA-run and ICE wimi be
kept constattly on hand during the suimmer
Good itbles, roonmy lots for Drovers, ant
always plenty of cornm. n .tider, Pj
attensive hosiera rte NorhraLiefSa
fr. t L-Omnimmserun regularly to and
who can also be aiccohmnu odateu vt: a ca.
riage, buggy o~r horse to go into the country
Camd~en, .\aay 2d, Iso 41 tf
-. E. Li3DNstUenl~
SUMTERV1ILE, S. C.
M.r. UI. icill adiminister the Chloroform in
Surgic al ai ental Operation,., i required.
JOHN T, GREEN,
ATTonnj~y AT AW
Will practice in the Court. of Law, for
n'ite r, Da rlitngton and Kersha w Districts.
iice one dloor below Chirk's fluntel.P
Attorney at Law.
S'um tvle, IS. C'.
-Mm"1 1849-- 29 tf
IMPROVED ENDLESS CHAIN"
All P'ersons wishing the above Elevators
an be supplied by the Subscriber, who is theM
kgent for the District of Sumtmer S. f.
. R. F. IGON
Sumnterville, Oct. :31st 1840. 1 ly B
PRiVATE BOARING, A
.The subscriber would respectfully inform
is friends and the Public generally, that hie
as taken the Statebur H-otel, and is pre
trod toaccomm:,odate all who may favor him '
ith a call, with goodh Fare and comsfortable fa
Ooms. Drovers can be furnished with lots a
id stable room. m i
HA LE JOHNRON. A
Statehuirg, S. C. Nov. 14. 1849. 3 tii ge
Chewing Tobacco, ~'
A line lot of ELD)ORADO CHElWING a
DBACCO, for Sale by
-~" CLAR & LEWIS. .
19) Sept 1849. 47 'if
300 p1, Negro Blankets. lad
)O0 '.ta. *". oraeye .nd Linseys.
ior Solo by
CLARK & LEWIS.
000Ib8 4sortc4 Irgy~ gor.
heoby - - 1l1A.ALm(B.
fy tih d I U the res, onts of
nier istipt vho intend .visitin teocity
ag' aIdo'their '~teusle aF6otment . 6
'APLFAidT'ANCY DRY GOODS, con
tingifj #i as'follows:
,in Black Gro de Rhine, Gro Grain, Gro C
Naples, and G(r de Swiss, Figured, Stri pd
I Plaidnd do., Rich, Chanehton Brocades,
ch Chaielion Glace's, 'Rich Cliamelion
tin-du Chine, Rich Chain Gro de Afreqjue, M
iaml Raw Silks, Col'd Marcilines, Flotm. I
Double and single width Scotch, English,
!rman and French Printed, Satin Stripes
d Plain Cashneros, Paramettas, Madanas,
c. Plain Mode Co'd Alpaccas, Satin
ripe do., Black do., and Black Bombazines,
great variety and at all prices.
A large assortment of White, Black and
al'd Crape, Thibet Wool, Cashmere, Bro.
de and Sdk, all sizes and very rich.
EUSEIZNS AND ZACES,
Col'd Muslins, White Organdie, Namisook,
wiss, Book, Mull. and Cambric do., Cotton
id Jacconet, do., Laces of all styles, Lace
apes, Collars, Caps, &r., Lace Edgings,
ambric do., Muslin do., and Thread do.
Chintz and Giughans,
English, French, and American Dress and
'urniture Chints, English, French and Aneri
an Gingliams, henuti ful styles.
CL OTHs i C.
A large assortment of Cloths, Cassimores,
'weeds, Kentucky Jeans, Rob. Roy Plaids,
latinetts &c., Satim, Silk-Velvet, and Valen
Brown aid Pleached Sheetings 5.4 to 12.4
ide, Brown and Bleached Shirting, and Long
:lutls, Col'd Plaid and Striped Ilomcspun,
-indsevs, Kerseys, Plains, Blankets. Flaanels,
tc., in gfeatv'ariety, aid:all other articles
isually found in, an extensive Ir: 'loods
K. & T. won1 further remark t! heir
acilities are such that they are constantly
i the receipt of all the most fashionable
ityles of geods that aro imported and at such
irtees as cannot fail to give entire satitfac
ion, To be convinced give us a call.
P. S. All orderes promptly attended to
md faithfully executed.
KETCHUM1 & TAYLOR,
24:3 King Street Charleston, 8. C
23 Oct., 1849 52 7t
DRY GOODS fbr FALL TRAE
. IN CHARLESTOn, . C.
The subscriber is now receiving rne of tle
largest and. mot desirable STOCKS (F
GOODS thathas ever 6eea 'ofl'ted to tie
e Ad tustomers of 253 KING STRET.
lIe has, duriig the piast Summer, made ea
tensive addit ions andi alterations to his roosrus
and ist now ie 14d-To show in his rethil di
partimenta most-splendid osfortmnent of
Ricl Falbrie for Ladles' Dress,
Such as:, Elegant Silke, Caslimeres, Mus
lin D'LAlneso Alparen, Satin DO Clmes, Pr"n
broidered Orleans Cloth, Plain Merinos, Et
broidered Cashmeres, Chameleon Lustres,
Ginghams, Prints, &c., &c.
Ilk (e Shili Dennrtsavent,
us is preparea to o'er every valtl.y of
Long and Square S1IA WLS, both Plain and
Printed, Elegant Silk do., Plain and Hmnbroid.
ered Canton Crape do., Cashmere and Broche
A great va riet y of Rich flack andI Colored1
Silk anid Satin M ANTIAS, VI$E'TES,
and SA CKS,
A l., ree s'rk of LEmen. and I nen Goods,
Marsedlleg Quilts, Fringes, Dimnities, Gutr
Every variety of IhOSIE RY.
Gorods for Gentlemen's Wear s''chl as
Broadcloths, Cassimceros, Vee.,,. * avts
In sms connected wa he iront sales
rootrs he is prepared t &r P'lanters and
ojAurs one of the rnost ciumplete asdortnent to
efound in Charleston of
Blnkets, IHerseys, l'inthm-tts,
Jennam,. Dossaentics, &.,.
haocontidenitly invites the attenihni of all
wo v - '"".N '" ki stock, as lu iofithe
[LAriI IN TH -E SOUraIEltf COU LN
It is his intention to embrace si his siock
'very article of Dry Goo~ls that .ay be new
ir desirable, so that puirchiaer, can always
supplied with the newecst ani best Styles
if Goods in the market, and at the LoWF.rr
N. B. In roomos over the Rdiail Depart ment
me offers to Merchants and dhers a comiplete
ssortmnent of all the aboveGooils, at
nd invites the attentiou of cash buyers to
is stock and prices.
WV. G. BA NCitOFT
53 King street.Cha rleston, S. C,
Aug' il tf1
JAMES Si ROBERTS,
Vouild respectfumilly arenaint. his friends an d
mcelPubbei generailly that ho has now in
TrORE his FA Ll hTOCK, conlsisting in
ent's. extra fine (Calf Puimp Dress Boots,
from the muost celebrated Phlidadelphia
ent's. P lain sewet and pegged Boots, sonic
very low pric-'d;
Oxford anid 'l'nterey T~es4, (supemrior);
idies' inted aniii Black1,'Kid anid Satin Sli'p.
idies Black. Bronze, Blue and light colored
idies Slro~co Kid) and Calf walking Shoes,
of dilreut styles;
isses andl Childrens Gaiter Boots, Mloroco
and Seni, dlress andI School Shoes.
ack and Rtussett Broganms of various qluali
larc esupply of flmouse Servants Shoes, both
Men andm Womeun, sohme at very low pri
sides the a bove he has an extensive variety
of Iron and Wood tr~une Tlravelling and
Hair Trunks, Valisses, Carp~et flags &.e.
I'be stock embraces as large a variety of F
hionahle Boots and Shoes, as can lie found
any similar estaibblishiment in t ha coun ty.
uill dlescription of which wouldi be alto. [
her beyond the limits of a newl spaper ad.
hisemnent. They were ca refulIly selected
maysell, and wi h~e oll'ered at ai very small,
ance on first cost.
233 Kmg~ Street, opposite Ilasell
harleston 8. C.., Nov. 14, 18349. 8 t'
Indiae Riubber' Boots asad
r Shoes for ladies and genitonuien, Misses
a rubber Busking,, for sale by
L. 1. HANKS.
et 22 52 ' tf
iBarreI l aun for sale by 2J
to:. 17 1Aan
o. 264 Ning-street, corner*(E
Wentvorth, Chfileston, S; C.
Purchasers will find at all times a full and
>nplete k of Gent's.
READ MA.DE CLOTHING
r. A. KENT'I 0. IL IIITCIIELL
1anufacery 11 8 Wa shington
Stores N. Y. -
May 8491 8 30 tf
FER INAND ZOGBAUM,
IUSICII SICAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
ClitrIeston, S. C.
GREGG,;JIAYDEN, & GREGG,
[mporters of Fine Watches,
JEWE I1tY, SILVER WAREs
Guns, Mil ary & Fancy Goods,
Corner of IKing and Hasell streets,
Charleston, 8. C.
1. 8I)NEY HAYDEN,
1. If. HAYDEN,
May 23,1840. 30 ly
New & Fashionable Clothing,
G:ORGE A. HYDE,
SUCCESSOR 1) HOUSToN & HYDE, 2M3 KING-ST.
Opjeite Aerchants Hotel.
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
G. A. 11. lespectfully invites the attention
of his friend; and the public to his large as.
sortinent of Washionable and Elegant Cloth
ing now on land, etiual in every respect to
the best custen work, to which he is weekly
adding large sup es direct from his own
Manufactory i N v York.
This Estabialt nt is conducted entirely
on the Cash Prcbieples both in purchase and
sales, givin hin geat advantage in his se
lections anl enah jig him to to sell at New
York rates. le isiow offering this stock,
(which is not exce " d for variety, style, beau
Iy, and durabilil of workmanship in the
Union, at such pri s as to make it an induce
ment for purchas g to call before mnalging
their selectioni. superior asswrtment of
Fine Shirts, Collar Cravats, Canes, &c.&c.
constantly on hand.
With attentive and obliging salesmen,
gentlemen can d nd upon having their
wants supplieil itnile4tely. All garments
warranted to fitwall ahtgive satisfaction in
MrMr. .torytT DArn wn in the
clothing linr ;is &ow at this esta b-hment,
where he y6uld be happy to see and serve
GEO. A. HYDE,
Succestor to Houston & Hyde.
C1Irleston. Mav 23, 1840. 8o lV
llA R LEST ON,. .
This Hotel is situated in the most fashion
able part of the City. The Proprietor will
be ienwsed to see lis friends and the travelling
public promising, that no exertions diall be
.vantimg on his~ part to make their stay agree.
atble. P'rices reasonable.
F. A. IJIOK E, Propretor.
Jons~ W. KING, Assistant.
Aug. 29 44 t
CH'JARLESTON, S. C.
Having become the Proprieto's of this ex
tensive and well known, establishamneit, sub-.
mits its claimis with confidence to public uup
port, satisfied that their efforts will render
comfortable all who may favor them wvith a
July 21, 1849. 40 13t
The undersignmed late / the United States
I otel, Auusa Georgia l having leased the
C HIAlRI.l'I'TON JI10'J% for a term of
years, takes plecasure in sating that the en
tire Establlsh~ument has hen refitted and fur
nished with new Furnitue, and is now open
for the' reception of comnpay.
Improvements have als< been made in the
liouse, particularly in ti, Ladies' Depart
meat by the adidition. of a Reception Parlor,
and tae reinoval of the Ladies' Drawing
WVlich improvements, h is assed, will
~reatlipdd to the comiforts if the guests of
he boise; arid hopes, b~y strt attention on
ow. part together with tle otlers of his
ouse bioerit a liberal shari of thme pumblic
DANIEL MIXE?., Proprietor.
BY %TiPEN & DIIVVER.
Cor,:r of King and Socitly Streets,
This Ilutel, situated in the business part
,f thme cit., oti;bra every desirable comifort
ndl conivmionce to the il'ravelling Commnu.
ity, and i'ermnent Bloardlers. T1hme estab.
shimenit ii conducted strictly on Trem per
nee priinchles. TERMS MODERATE.
aUAii Onnrlius and Carriage wvill attend
'i Steamioat W~hart, and also to the Rail
ad Depiot, for the acconmmodation of Pas
Feb 21 17 lv
ffie 8~0 Railroad Company,
IAR IESTON, Oct. 5, 1849.
From ant after thme 15th instant, the local c
ites for pat age over this Road will be as fi
romn ChiarI "to to Hamburg, Colaum
lMa, Cam n, aind all places 125 F
miles andii fl-r - - - - *5 00 f<
nder 12,' maibs, and intermediate F
distaneios per mile, - - 4 cts
Oct 51 if
Plalladillaia muade Calf and -
oat Walking Shmoes, Kid Ties and Slip.
rs just receved by
CLARK & LEWIS.
JUST RECEIVED. SI
Smoked De~ef, aiid Buflhlo Tongues,
At the uig'n of the egro. b
0 COLS IZRST QUALITY .lIALE. '
3PEl. Just rhie n for salz by
JOEL WITHERBYiCorberof King and
lociety Streets, Charlexto -! C. reopect.
ully calls the atention of Vlinters and oth.
re to his large and well selected assortment
PlataMtion Brogans and House
BOOTS AND SHOES,
omprising a stock of over
Thirty Tlhousand Pairs
f first, second and third-qualities-both black
He ham made arrangements with some of
he best Shoe Manufacturers to be supplied
lirect from their FACTORIES by the week.
y Steamers from New York'and Philado lia,
herby affording PLANTERS a rare olijor.
unity of making their selections of GOOD
FRESH Shoes, and such as will give satis
Still adhering to the "Nire sixpnce
Cash gim" great'induc'rnents are o cred
to purchasers to call iid take a look before
A gerd assortment of Boots, Shoes and
Trun t Ba &c fornFamiiy use.
iDorge t e NO:.
Cor. King and Society streets,
Charleston, S. C.
Nov. 14, 1849. 8 7t
Call wnere you can he suited to Fashiona.
ble Beaver, Moleskin, Silk or Nutria Hat.
Gentlemen not visiting the city can have a
fioe Hat sent to them through their neighbors
or Factors by sending a cnrrect measure of
their head in inches, and stating what shape
Caps Caps !!
Gent's, Youth's and Children's fine Cloth
Caps well made and warranted of the follow
ing names: Albion, Polar, Octigon travelling,
fishing, and.numerous others.
Faney flats and Caps,
Fancy Drab. arnid White Beaver Hats for
Children trimed with p ink, blue, drab, and
Cherry ribbons, veryrich. Aled,4nfants Blue
Black, Purple and reen Silk velvet Cape.
Piantsation Hats and Caps,
Wool Ilits fine, super'fine "Water Proof
and coarse-and Caps of any price. Call
and patronize a Young Carolinian.
231 King, opposite lasoll Street.
Nov.281849 5 tlj
TO MEIRHANT TAHLORL .
H. B. CLARKE,
Has now on hand, a full assortment.of the
IATEST STYLE AND FINEST QUAM.
Y of the following Goods:
I on and mediuniBROADOLOTHS- Iih
Super~flt!. 43fl U
Fancy Castimeres of the latest styles
Vestngr.-Sik and Mero, rlic -end n"w
Extra stntor. black Satins and Silks
Gen'.'s Kid Gluves, beg4 quality, in black,
white and cu.ors
Gent's Deai'r, iern and Military Glove4
Undler sitts'and-Drawers; of Silk, WVool,
Mermno and Cotton
Bllack Ita -an and fancy Cravats, of the best
Tailors'I immings, of all kinds.
Orders from the country promptly attended
HI. 1B. CLARKE, 205 Kinw-street,
2d store above Market at.
Charleston, Nov. 28th, 1849. 5 (Ju
WhOLESALE AND RETAIL
UlNDER ODD FELOW'S hALL,
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.
Sugar, Coffee, lMollasses,
Wines, Liquors, Balt, &o,
Casato.a Tea Comapanay's
Delebrated Black asad Green
Nov. 28 5 (3m
Fare Reduced to $20 fr'om
Charleston to New-York,
['HE GREATV MAIL ROUTE P'ROh!
CHARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the WVharf at the foot of Lau
ens-st. daily at 3, p. m. after the arrival o1
he Southenrn cars, via WILMINGTON and
VE lDON, N. C. P'ETERSBUJRG, RiCil
fU0ND, to WASHINGTON, DA LTI
TIhe pubilic is respectfully informed that
he steamiiers of this line, fro Charleston to
Vilmington, are in first rate condition, and
re navigated by well known and experienced
ommianders,.and the railroads are in fine or.
er, thereby securing both safetyand dispatch.
THROUGH TICKET having already
eon in operation will be continued on and
fter the first of Oct. 1849, as a permanent ar
angemeont from Charleston to New York.
'assengers availing themselves thereof, will
ave the option either to continue without
clay through the route or otherwvise, to stop
any of the internmediate points, renewing
leir seats on the line to suit their convo.
iee. By this route travellers may reach
low York on the third day dluring business
ants. Baggage will be ticketed on board
to Steamer to Weldon, as likewvise on the
bange of cars, at the intermelliate points
omn thence to N. York. Through TPickets
20 each, can alone be had front E, WI NS.
OW, Agent of the Wilmington antd Raleigh
-fR. Company, at the oflice of the Comnphny
ot of Lmirens-streot, to whom please apply.
or otheor juforamation inuuire of
L. C. DUNCAN,
At the American Hotel, Charleston S. C.
May 0 49 ly
The subscribers have just received
e of the heaviesv and best atelected.
ocks of Gnods they. have~p opened
id for qualiefy and choa 10k catmo#
aurpassed rn this market. Qau oad
g e #uselve .
_Van Wihdb*: Gliiisj Grocerd 4w.
are. no* receivin~ their full- dpp)l.e te
above mention -artielbs, eomibi Ithe
largest asaortnent ever offieredin Colurnbl,'
which tlie'wil1 sell at Extremely low.prices
for cash, cw on short'credit to pun etual CUB.
I" .Cpu'ntry Aforchants vill find a good
assortaent )of Hardware; idapted: to their
trade, at Charlestondfrices..
ColumbJa 8. C., iov.. 1849;!. 2 4t
CARRIA05. HARI) ARE,
A full supply just received by the suhscri.
ber., consisting in part of SPRINGS at 12 cts.
AXLES at8 pt.and FJNE IRON at 3 1:2
es l . 1 er with a coinlete assortment
of IAee, jriges, Leather, India eRubber
Uloth, Varniehes, &c., &c. Suitab'e for Car.
riage Manufacturies, constantly on hand and
for sale at prices below the Charleston rates.
FISHIER & AGNEW.
Columbia S. C., Nov. 6. 1849. 2 st
Cutlery, Guns &c
Just received by recent arrivals from Li.
verpool a complete Rassortwent of .Table and
:Pocket Cutlery. Doiible and single Barrl
Shot. Guns, comprising an Extensive assoft.
ment of the above named articles, both with
regard to quality and priec.
Brass Fenders, Andirons, Shovels . and
Tongs, Fancy Bellows, Hearth Brushes,
Chimney Hooks, &c. Those in want of such
articles can find a large variety for sale at
moderate prices by
F"'ISHIER & AGNW.W
Columbia S. C., Nov. 0, 1846. 2 8t
The subscribers keep eenstantly on hand
a complete assortment of LAcks. Hingos,
Screws, Anvils, Vices, HammerP, Spadee,
Shovels, Scythes, Mill-saws, Mill Irons, Files,
Rasps, Chisols, Augurs, Bench and Moulding
Planes, Pots, Keules, Bolting Cloths, BarIron,
Hoop Iron, and Cast Steel in iars and Sheets,
which they will sell at the lowest market
FISHER or. AGNFEW.
Columbia, Nov. , 1849. 2 St
To umntry Merchants. Par
A. NORTH, BRICK RANGE COLUMBIA
67 LIBERTY-bTREET NEW.Y6RK.
J. C. GREEN begs leave to inform the
Merchants generaly that he has taken charge
of the above establisenent and will offer great
inducemients to the closent Buyers.
The stock consists in part of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinets. Flannels, Lin.
ens, Tickings, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, La
ces, and Embroideries.
Dress Goods of the Newest Stylss:
Such as--Silks, Merinos, Cashmores, Lyo.
neiwok# O ol*ip"4A c Bombazines,
I which he
at~f , ii d e- uo h e
A large assortment of
P. S. net received another large lot o
Blankets at from 75 cents upwardi.
All persons indebted to the late firm of .1
C. WA LKER & CO., are requested to mak<
mmdaepaymient, as the affairs of tha
firm must be closed immnediately.
Oct4 48 3m
R. CJ. ANDERSON,
FORMERLY. BARNET & ANDERSON
At the Sign of the Big Itat,
No. 3 MERCHANTs Row ColtJMDJJ, S. C
.Keeps constantly on hand the most exten.
swve assortment of CLOTTHINGandHATS
of any other House in this Market. All of
which will be sold on as good terms as can be
bought in the State, and every article wvarran.
-ted. I. C. ANDERSON.
Nov.21 1819 . 4 4mn
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I have this day associated WM. L. REY.
,NOLADS with me in the practice of DEN
Mr. REYNOL.DS has been my pupil for- the
past four years, and I commend him with con
fidence to the community.
TIhe business will be conducted as former-.
ly at mny oflice on Main streeA under the
above name and style.
WVM. RE YNOL DS.
A ug. 15 42 tf
GREGG, PALEER & GREGG,
Will practice in the Courts of Law and
Equity, for F~airfield District; and
.GREGG & GREGG,
will practice in Kershaw and Sumter, in ad
diti.on to Richland.
Columbia, 1st January, 1849. 17 t lj
The subscriber respectfully informs the
public that he continues Bakimg, at his old
etand in Broad street near Main. Bread and
all varieties of Fancy Cake, Bliscuits and
Crackers, constantly on hand.
In connection with his bakery he is in di
ly receipt of FRESH OYST ERIS--and he
has made arrangements to serve thoem up
RoAs-r FRIEn Srcwzo or in the shell.
ICE CREAM, every variety of Confec.
tionary, Fruit, Native and Tropical, Nuts,
Fancy Articles, etc. ec., constantly on hand.
try~ FLOUR, of the best brands for nile.
July 18, 1849. 38
@50 H~esa Northern cabbages, and
2'S bhls Northern Pippins from New
York, and for anle at
TIHE~ PUBLIC BAKERY.
Nov'. 28th 1849 5 if
A Lot of VIZETTES for Ladies. Also,
Steel Dead Bags alta Kid Gloves.
Ru E udT i Prtaoy
1We poesatfpe K )!i'
to any sold. It c w t
purging, Alckenng, r
-% th reat bauty a
perilla over- ol $her Med
ate disease, it jar
SPRING AND hIFMEL. Wc1
ever known I It not only P140 AlqZ'.
tern and strengthens thep, bet ile
pure and rcblood ; a Poweor
blediie. A Id this lies b grand -
wonderful success. It has performeil wt
two years, more than one hundred I
of severe cases of disease, at least, 00,00 were on
sidered incurable. It has avd the Ilves e( 0ot
than 16,000 children the three pAt aso
l00,000 eases of GeneCal DefIity an -
of Metwoods Wss~sgy. ,
.Da. S. P. Townwsann's Sarsaperilla egattk
whole system ermanenfly. To 6
lost their muscular energy, by
eine, or Indiscretion comaItted 4 40y", W%**r
iesinve adulgence of the1. do e, and
by physical prostretion of a ns
eoude, wont ofamblton, falat
ture decay and decline, hastenin toward
disease, Consumption, can lie en re'r
this peasant remedy.- This 5arsWpa'rf
As It renews and Invigorates the system a
tivity to the limbs, aud strength to the
s) stem in a most extraordinary degree
Consnamptt Cud. -
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consu xnmption bf
cured.- Brenchit , Ceeumpliena Ue
pluhit, Colds. Catarrh, Cuaughs, .ist 'ItL7
0Bied, sereness in the ChestH, Vs
Nat Sweats. Difficult eo Prfse Efsce.ieu
Psan lo Ae Side, c., have been and esa be cdr
Epituung Blood. - <
DO. S. P. Townson-I verily believe out Sara.
parilla has been th: means, throf seles
of saving my life. I have for several Yliar a
bad Cough. It became wane and worsew .At last
raised large quantities of blood, had night sea
and was greatly debilitated and reduced, en d 4
not expect to live. I hare only used your Osis..
parilla a short time, and there has a wonderful
change been wrought In me. I am now able,4,
walk all over the city. I raIse no blood, 664d'my
cough has left me. You can well imagine that I
am thankful for those results. Year. obedient
srvant. WM. RUSSEL, 64 Cahdist
Do. S. P. Townsar's Beaprilla is a' ebvemtegu ..
and speedy cure for theligent Casumptnoe B . 7.
Ross, Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the-Wea6
tiveness, Piles, L.euoorrhea, or Whiteso t
or ditlcult Menstruation, incontinence
invouinntary discharge thereo, and lbr'tM ls
prostration of the system-no matter.:whe thn
result of inherent cause or causes, produe. by ir
rogolarity, illness or accident. Nothing r -
surpris than its invigoratingefbetoo -e
frame. Porsons all weakness and lasside,: flos
taking It, at oce become robust and fuill o energy
under its influence. It Immediately caunuteracts
the norvlesness ofthe femaleframe, whicha the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be
oalns, In cases of so delicate a natureto ek
tileates of cures performed, but we e
afflicted, that hundreas or ese havise
to us. Thousands of cases where fami Os te
without children. after using a few bottisfer
Invaluable Medicine, have been blestd..wit e
Great Besaing to Mothes a I
It is the safert and mnat effectual medicine lor
purifying the system, and-raliving the sutrerings
attendant tupon chiMlith -'eter di an-ered. It
strengthens both the mother and thechilh, etebta
pain and disease, increass and enricO thes food4.
those who have used It, think it is in nsabli.Jt
is highly useful both before and After
as it prevents diseases attendant u
In Costiveness, Piles, Gnips. S'a
Plaspondency, Heartbur, .
ack and Lions, False raliV
regulating the secreouins a
lation, it has no eqs.L T
medicine is, it is always aa
Use it akot successi.tyner
any ather M-st om l.l
,it odwith this suedicin
'Ai nd *esy cosInement.
'114 3MeV. Jouns
Of Jersey City, an old anal highlyt9pca~ in
yman of the Btislt Denomnanate an ded In the
- tait s cktf icate at Dr. a. P'. Towseapras~mce.
Dc. 5. P. Towsexaawn-Dear Sir: I at constrained
to give ynu a statement of the benelt I derived
from usmng your Sarcapaerllae, .believing b ooK.a
doing, I aa render a benent to thos~e who are suf
fering as I hare been. I was 'reduced faror
monthas by the Dspersis, s uch thatvit'aas wth
much didiculty fr me to walk or heep about.
ha asoatetewhich covred the maultU
my heed-which was extremely treekt o~'
sore ,-It got to be almost a sca - u' sed a
number ofremedies for both the bupalisht
received little or no benefit. until I to ryas a
saparilla, which, through the hindness ofProd.
dence, has restored me to more than m #anal
health, as I am now enjoying better than I h e for
a number of yeara. I am now 60 years of age. I
believe It to be an Invaluable medicine, aa
mend It to my nunmenus acqukintaaeeew ate
very large, as I have ben amsalatea repaap
years. I hope this hasty sketch n ege~b
heneat to ynu as your medicine h see
July II, 1547. JOHN SEGEtR, Jese
The fillowing was cant to our Akett NeI
way, by the Rev. J. 0. TUNIBONfoter: tbI
Episcopa Church-one of the smest'learam
eetdIn the ainema... Is'a,,skthfve
ofthe wonderful effets of Dr. S. P Toteed
Sarsaparilla on the system. ~ .
Fasan Pxsaaow-flaing o oea
you are aware, experienced grmeti
of my syatem, attended with greata gwa
Irritation of my throat and nge
stance, and In consequence of, havligid
McLean'. decided testimony ERIts a
to try Dr. S. P' Townsenal's er a
I tried It, I confess, more 'Inth
conidence of Its proving efficacIous; lsa oa
In candor now.tc, acknowled I1
it long befre I began to axpe ed Its beua7
enbets ;and manosawtCpti
lion." It bee done me~mt
vious remedy I have tried, adIf thi ateu
deemed by yuof any'ea yo, aie
fell consent tmeJ e trul
Rahway, August ad, SI7. i . O~ TN~N
This certl~eate conclusIvelypae tla s~
Sarsaparlla has perfect con.ti over .h etnt
stinate diseases of the blood. Three persona ouda
in one house is unprecedented.. .*- &~
Three Children,' -.
Dc. S. P. Townsn-Dear Sir: I hab ia Ise.
cure to inform you that three of my lpe hw
been cured-of the Scrofula by te ee'sa
excellent medicine. They were a~i4vs
caverely with bad Sores ; have tkesmyqu
bottles ;It took them away, fe* whIo
self under great obligatIon. ,*,a,
I8AAL' W. CRAIN, 100 W.
OPDNIONS OF PEY3IOIAWgg
Dc. S. P. Townssann Is almost daily rseevIng
orders from PhysicIans in diflbruut peas of the
This Ie to Co~rtify that we, the mt MeMnd
Physicians of ..e City of Albany, have ' umer
otis cases psaribed Dr. S. P. 'rownsead's qava~
rills, and bellere It to be one of the mseet vaubl
preparatlonasin the market.
H. P. PtTLIN0, h..
J. WILSON, Ma,.-.A
B. B. BIGO, K. D,
P. LEPLMiENORF M D
Albany. Aprll 1, 18$?... ~ -
Dr. S. a'. Townser,4' Princ
removed from 'in Fulto toa~~
thme buildaing -formerly occuyleI
Aos~nvs.-R edding & Co, No.8 ate
Mra. F. Ridder, No 300 Courtestret
Samuel Kidder Jr., l.owell; Henr 't
James B. Green, Worcester; Ahlisa-d
Concord ; J1. Belch & Son, Proleae
Druggists and Merchants generally tt
Uned ts, st ladles and teo
1000 Feet 4 inecb Copper al
Oti Floor Cloth, Imlia Rubber Clofl
sels Carpeting, together with a fut eg
menti of Cairrifg i rintmiuggO~,1
Visrnish &c, For Sale bye ka
ror the year i85(.2 M
-10 flue jNou~ ik.Pf