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;V*l4 isligl -at tegufat gradat0 fkom
tihe1 est medidal schools of the dountry.
n -419Alladias oftb city-of Phladel
Weatnk. great , pleire in presenting
be 6dIg ti'the emiitld, They are all of
eISnd hold out to the
t a promise ofr suct as noon others
paqe They eseh have bevothoroughly tri.
a *long seessful .private practice, and Lve
lablished for-thefinives a 'reputation- l(at few
p it wudtgien iettoir satisfaction to the afflic
to Th ii any of the boasted remedies of the day.
nfetitne kh~in to the' public, the 'proprietor is
11nqueed by no alister iotives of gain, but
60tioscious that thay are eminently deserv
nhaugof publio.confidence. No medicines ever be.
ore th public havd acquired such deserved
reputation upon their moral. alone, or appeal with
bsch irresistible force to the invalid.
he blood. Dr. Keeler's Sara.
ut$I1a for tine removal and pernaa
qI1 "ure of ill diseused arising fron an inipurt
8tt6 of ji. DUOUP and hubit o' the body viz:
I-hroniu kirunchilis, Catarrh, Plurisey. Cought
oofula in all its forms, Tetter, Scald head, UI.
of the fuce, body and extremities, Chronic
fumatism, chronic diseases of the stomach,
Wand akin; White-nwellings, Ealargenian
.ie joints, old ulcers, constitutional debility
eyplitse disorders, aercurial and hereditary pro.
-TO TilE VI-E AND AFFLICTEI
n overy change that is taking pldco in the
J. body, it is manifest that it is brought about by
,.somtething lanving a subotantive existence. I1
- W U s e theorgans of our body originally per.
a thahe intervention orsone.
- -alinn to thein,
1 all cases of diseases, there-- . ...-.
sevun of so , e new ingredient, which, boy play,
* th part as n cause, served to moilify the pro
paries before connected with the body. It it
absurd to talk of spiontaneous dirense taking
place in organs healthy, without the interpositiot
of one morbific agent, As well maight we ex.
pebt n'plece of chalk to trainfer itself sponutane
ausly into Plaster of Paris, without the aid o!
Sul)huric Acid. lie all diseases there is a prioi
cause that must be removed through the inter.
' vention of the BLOOD: to accoip!ish which
the affl Caed have noo remedl equal to Dr,
KIEELER'S SA R.A PARILL..,
1It For details, certificates, eti:., see circulara
etc.--Prico 8t per bottle, large a-sze, 6 bottlea
Dr. Reeler's Couglh Syrup.
Ationg uil the remedies heforeo the public thii
stands pre-eminent Consumption, firot,chitiis
deatarrhot, Coughas, Harseness, Whoopin
Coughs, I'leuri-sy, Aslanha, Spitting of Blood,
ia-for kll affectious of the pulmonary orgaa.
deoasioned by cold. Tot) much.praise cannot be
hestowed upon tis remedy' and the proprietor
- a,% any one affilicte-d with any of' the abova
complaints to securo it at ounc-. It is warranted
b) dure or no pay. Price only fifty cents.
Dr. Keeler's Cordial and Caroni
Every family whether rich or poor, who val
ties health and nll its blessiir, should havo .his
Staluable reinedy at hand, It is infiiitely..
best remedy known for Diarrhuaw, dv :.I
cholera morbus. cholera infaunum, chat a IJia
loncy, griping pains cramp, etc.. sal .41l dis
eases of the stomach lend boFveXanused by
teething. The numerous v Iinials fro:',
Physicians and others unsoi 4 i*aa given it a
reputation as firm as ada Price 25 cents
Ieasant to the taste, harm.
sit and all powerful in estroying
Ig athllnds of worts from the body,
cut ddibt, the cheapest and beit des
g medicine liofope the public, and will if
rinistered according to directiois, remove
6o within five or sax hours after taken. The
ose is emall, and each bottle cquitins twice as
much as similar remidies. Price only 25 cents
.Keele ' . Liver adSaai'
Althoaugh not recommenaded as a "core all,"
- yet they tare' the mnihlest and best remedy to rem
movo Consunnuinae , loutiee, Dyapepain, li
e~generg Unlike other -,r"sch. head-ae
9yg~ ---blrg A the bowels always relaxed, con
sequently ore the paroper medicinme for females
and persons londinag a sedentary life. [Prace 25
Dr. Keeler's Rheuanatie Lotion.
A justly celebrated external applicatin for
pains of the cheat, neuralgia, head ach, sprainas,
Sbruises, tic dohoreanux, *wellinig of the jolints,
rheumatismn, gont, sciatica and for all disorder.
whvlereina a sedatavot and rubefacienat remedy is zup..
Irlicaible Price 37 1-2cots. per bottle.
All the above celebrated andl extensuively used
mediacines are prepared and sold letail, 294
F or sale by Dr. R. S. MeIlett, Sumter.
-VIlle; 7. J. Dellay, Caamden; llack &
Ehany, Orangoburg; Botatright & Miot,
C oluiht; J. McMillana, Muarion; P. M.
Cohen; Charleston and by Druggist and
Merc.hanlts in every town throughout the
* Dea 14. 1849 8 ly
* ~PonLt-Ogice, . um~ftercille.
The Statehurg miail, whuicha embraces the
Northern atid We~stern, as well as the Charles
ton Columbia anad Camden mail,
Duo daily at - 8 1-2 P. M.
Closes daily at - 4 "
Duo Tuesday at - 5
Due Thursdaty at - 8 "~
Closes Tuesday at - 4
'Due Saturday~ at . (I a
Closes Tutesdag at - 4 ..
VANC1sS FE RRY M AIL,
flue Tuesday and Friday at 7 a
Closes Saturdny & Wednaeday
C t - - 4 "a
PLOYWDEN'S MILL MAIL,
Due Monday at -- 8 "
Chore. Satturday at - 4
Due FUL.TON MAIL,
ne uesday Thaursday and Saturday
C oesMonayWedneseday andI Fridny
at .. - - 4' -
Wal open every day except Situnday at
- -8 P'.M.
-Will close at - - 1
Will open at - - 2 1.2 "
Will close at - 5 "
Willipanat - 8 1.2 "
Will close at - 9 1.2 "
N~ B. All Transient newspap~ers not sent
intmediately from the office ol publication to
eabscribere, iast be pre-paid. Circu lare,
5andbihlle, Li'-hograph'. o4e., must always lbe
pr oepaid thrao-cente,.otherwise they will not
be e t ilfe mails
SH1ENRY HIAYNSWORTHf, P. M.
S umnterville, Jan. 1st 1854) 10 tf.
Dagging Rope and Twvine.
~ .Jaereem a large suipply of BAGGING,
~!~~~satldTWINE. For Sale by
A.,. &P. MOSES;
l "iadosih hlayo asso-.iafed them
I~ea~mqi~e~ndr Ii,. oWnof PRI.NGL.E
~ "f~I4~f~ itrazihssetion of businoss
M tn if ll iated
ji'ti teyfille, w Ief the
Just opened a beautiful assortment of the
following fresh Mourning Goods, to which
the attention of pdrehasers Is requested.
Supr Black and Blue French Bomauines;
tfo do & do English do.
Do. Silk warp Alpaccas;
Do. do do Figured
Plain Black Mouslin Delaines and Cash.
Black French Morinos, Thibet Cloths and
Parissiones, Black and wbite DeLaines;
Black Silks, all qualities and widths;
Super Black Enwlish and Italian Crapes;
D. do India Satins, Sarenets and
Cases of Black and White Ginghams from
12 1.2 to 31 1.4.
N. E. Corner King and Market streets.
Charleston, 8. C.
Jan 1, 1850. 11 It
Lawn and Linen Cambric
Just opened and for sale by WM. 110W.
LAND at North East Corner of King and
Market streets, A very large assortment of
LAWN AND LINEN CAMBRIC HAND.
KERClIEFS, ranging in price from 0 1.4
o 81 25 each. Jan 1 2t
IIati now on hand, a full assortment of the
LATEST STYLE AND FINEST QUAL.
ITY of the following Goods:
Superfine and medium BROADCLOTIIS, in
black and colors
Superfine and medium black French and
Fancy Casimerea of the latest styles
Vestings-Silk and Merino, rich and new
Extra super. black Satins and Silks
Gent's Kid Gloves, beat quality, in black,
white and colors
Gent's BIeavor, Merino and Military Gl&ve,
Under Shirts and Drawers, of Silk, W0010
Merino and Cotton
Black Italian and fancy Cravzist, of the beat
Tailors' Trimmings, of "'01 iindls.
Orders from the c'autry promptly attended
It. B. CLA-RKE, 205 King-street,
2d store above Market at.
Charleston, Nov. 28th, 1849. 5 6im
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
New and Choice Fall Goods.
The nubcnribers are now receiving one of
the largest and most desirable stock of
GOODS that has ever been ofered to the
friends and customers of the
They havc during the past week opened,
and are now prepared to show a pand_ .
Rich Fabricsfor Ladies' Dres
sucn As,j'g~gant Cashmecres, Muslin De
Lyerese Clothu,- bTe Lislestripies, Giighams,
A large assbortment of Shmwls,
Such as Long and square Shawls, both
plumn and printed, silk, cashmere and broche.
A large stock of Line-n, and Linen
Marseilles Quilts, Djimities, Curtaini Stufly,
E.vERY V'AIETY OF HIoSIER.jt
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear,
A large and splendid .itock of Ready
CLOT HI NG,
Of every quality, and at prices which cannot
fail, to please.
They are also prepared to oflier to Planters
and others, o'ne or the most complete assort.
mnents to be found in Camnden,of
Blankets Kerseys Sattin ets Jeans,
IJ O ES'TICS, d~e. d..
l17 They confidently invite the attention
of purchaisers to their stock, as one of the jar.
gest mi town.
It is their intention to embrace in their stock
every articleof Dry Goods that miay be new
or desirable, so that purchasers can ilways be
supplied with the newest and biest style ot
Goo)15 in the market and at thle lowest posi
bl e prices.
M. DRUCKER & CO.
BY ROBERT LATTA,
LATE BY C. II. DAVIsE
Would respectfully announce, that he has
now in charge the above weell located Ilotel,
convenment to the most business part of the
Ton for travellers; directly on all streets
passing through-and now undergoinig thor
ough repairs. lie earnestly solieits a call
from his frienda and the public generally-for
lie feels confident that they cannot be other.
wise than pleased, as no pains will be spared
to imake all conmfortabile.
A variety of the best Liquors can lbe had at
the Bar, except on .Sundlays. Go~duarud's old
180)5 flrandy and other fine ~Lhiuo)rs ini bott les:
the mlost faivorite blrand~s of Chamnpagnes; the
choicest brands o)fSega~rsndc T'ob'.Lco; Scotch
Ale in pints; SODA WVA-rEnt and I(E wid lbe
kept constantly on hand during the summer
Good Stables, roomy lots for Drovers, andI
always plenty oif corn, oats and fodder, and
lie is agent for the Northern Line of Sta
N. B.-Omnnibtuses run reoularly to and
from the Rail Road Depot Kr passengers,
who can alap be accommodated witnl a car.
riage,. buggy or horse to go into the country.
Camden, May 24l, 1819. 41 tf'
$ Smter Bakery,
The subscriber respectfully informs the
public that he continuN( Wkmng, at his 4,hl
rtand in Broad street nuear, ainl. Broad andI
all varioties of Fancy C.i, Blisenits and~
Crackers, constantly on hai .
Ih connection with hli baker he ism in dai.
ly receipt of FRESH OYSThRH-and he
han made arrangements to serve them up)
14oAsw PEDrso STEWED o ii the shell.
ICE. CREAM, every 'va'i'ety of Confec
tionary,. Ftuit,. Native and Trypical.. Nuts,
?ancy Articles,:eto. etc., constastitly on hand.
sfr FL.OURh,.of the best bmuds foa salo,
Clothing and Out-FittL
E ST A B L I 811 ME N T,
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will find at all times a full and
complete stock of Gent's.
W. A. KENT. -. Ii. MITCHELL
Manufactory I 13 Washlingtona
Stores N. V.
May 1849. 30 tf
GREGG, HAYDEN, & GREGG,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
Guns, Military & Fancy Goods
Corner of King and Ilasell streets,
Charlerston, S. C.
WILLIAM GR EGG,
Ht. BlD)NEY HAYDEN,
A. H. HAYDEN,
May 23, 1849. 30 ly
T. E. CLYDE,
W1OLESALE AND IEETANEj1
UNDER ODD FELLoW'.e1IALL,
CIIARLSTON W. CA.
Sugar, Crige, LYollasses,
Winey i-lquors, Salt, &c.
COmton Tent Csapauay's
?T E AS.
Nov. 28 5 Gm
New & Fashionable Clothing,
GEORGE A. HYDE,
SUCCESSOn TO HOUSTON & HvinE, 28: KING -ST.
Opposite Alerchants Hotel.
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail )ealer
G. A. II. Respectfully invites the attention
of his friendsand fle public to his large as
sortment of Fashionable and Elrgant Cloth.
ing now on hanl, equal in every respect to
the best custom work, to whieli lie is weekly
adding large supplies direct from his owin
Manufactory in New York.
This Establishment is condlucted entirely
on the Cash Principles both in pirchase anil
sales, giving hii great advantage in his se.
lections and enabhing him to to sell at New
York rates. lie is nsw ofTering this stock,
(which is not excelled for raricty, style, leasu.
Iy, and durability of trorknanshij in the
Union, at such prices as to nake it an induce
ment for purcha'insg to call be'ore nakinsg
their selections. A 'superior assortnent of
Fiinn Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Canes, &c. &c.
constantly on hiand.
With -attentive andi obliging salesmen,
gentlemen can depend upon having their
wants supplied immediately. All garments
warranted to fit well and give satishaction in
(ITMr. JOhn T Danur, long known in the
clothing line is now at this establishnnent,
wvhere lie would be happy to see and serve
'..s~ar~sZ Su.. .0rtPflsisImst2:R. -i V' .
unariestoN."May3,18 0 30 '
conrn~i or Kie. AN)soirTrEs-rm-S.
CHlA RLE~ST OX, S. (I.
T1his I tote is situated in lie msts fashion
able part of' the City. Thesi l'rsiprietor will
he pleased to see his friends andI the travselhsng
puhlic promiising. that sno exert ions i'ball bc'
wvantinsg on his pasrt to snake their stay agrese
able. P'rices resonar~s~ble.
1". A. IJ0KE, Proprietor.
Jotns W. INs, A*sisisn.
Aug. 29 44 if
CHIARLESTrON, S. C.
For'merly kept byi C'ire I. MlIot.
l.A MKIN &1117l$'T
Ihaving becomne the l'rsprietors of this ex.
tenii~ve asid w~ellI knsowns estabi shmusnt, suhi.
mits its claims with conifiidenceIs to bal~ ill
port, sat isied that t heir eflisrts will rendesr
'omnfortable all wh'o uma~y favosr liesm wvith a
July 21, 1849- 410 13t
The unsdersignr'l late of the Unitasl Stastes
I lntel, A ugusta. Georgia.) hsavinig le'asedl thle
Cl (Alt I..>'TON Il(l'TF1. for a trmi of
years, takes pleassnre im stating thai~t thle cii
tire E'sistbl~isment has been'i refit ted andl fsir:
niishedi with, new Fu rsniture a, ande is now open i
for thle reT(ceptiris oft company~ .
[snprov~eens have al so Ibeen mnasde is the
hlouse, particularly in thle I .ad es' D epasrt
menti by the, aslhhti'on of a lItcep1t iin 1lo r,
and thle reisnoval of the Ladies' Drawinig
WVhich improvements, lie is assure I, willI
greatly adsd to, the comfiorts oif the guests sot
the house; aind hopes, hv sic't atteit irs eni
his own part testhlen withI the slliicers of Is
house ito mierit as liberal share of the publ11ic
Jluly 25, 18~ I9. :;o l '
Corne'r of/ K',, in d No~ccty Ni ratsi,
This flntel, situated'i in the( buisinesss pirt
of the city, oill;rs every de'sirabh-lt comifosr5
an~d coniveumenice to the Travselhuag t 'soss..
msty', andl l'srmsaneint flardlers. 'Thes e's! ah.
I isshmenst is conductitedl strnicthy on 'Temipe'r
iD'An Omt iinibuii sd am arria:ze will attends
the Steamssbsat WVhiarf, andss alko iso thle U a'
Road IDepot, fon thle auccosinsiodat ion of I'as
Feb 21 7 l y
Office S, C. Railroad Company.
GIIA R LEST1ON, Oct. 5, 1819.
From aiis after the 15th instant. the local
rates for passage over thia Road will lbe as
Fqomgliarleston tn lhmburg, Colim
bia,. Ghtmdbn,. and all places les5
miles and over- - - - $5 00
Under 125 miles, and intermediate
distancs per mile, - - 4.ets[
OctO 0M. t
SCTTT & EWART,
NO. 1, AIERCHANTS' ROW,
Columbia, S. C.
eep constantly on hand a general assort.
Hardware & Groceries,
Bellows, Vises, Anvils, Iamners, &c.,
Planes, Saws, Gnages, Levels, Squares,
Mlill Cranks, Alill Screws, Wrag irna,
Mill Spindles, Winged Gudgeouns, &c.,
LIMP, Caleined Plaster. Nails, Iloes,
Plough Moulds. Iron and Steel, Locks,
liinges, Scrows, Bolts,
Window Fasteninm, Pruning Shears,
Whale, Sperm anI Linseed Oile,
Varinisli, Paints, Paint Brushes,
Whito Lead, warranted pure, manufac
tured by Vekeritt & Brother, with
a large and well selectel stock of Shelf
liarware and Cutlery.
Sugar, Col'ee, Molasses, Fbur, Spir.es, Teas,
&c. Any article not anwev-ringy to descrip
tion given will be exchalngeil, an7d all sold at
unsnally low prices forrCash.
8T GOODS dolI %ered at Rail Road Depot
free of charge.
Jan 10, 1850. ly
CIIIN Ufi88 SAND EARlTHEN
'Wholesale and Retail.
R. MORRISON, & CO.
FIRST STORl NORTH OF TIE MARKET,
R. AI. & CO. have on li:lnd a full and
0omillite aisornient of CJIINA, GIhANS
aInd EIA 11TIEN WiA R', togrether with a
general assortment of IiUT.INIA AND
I'IAIT El. D AIIlE, Gilt and Mahogany
Frame'd Pier and Toilet lioking Glassee,
"All of their Stock being entirely new, and
selecte.: by one of the firm, they flatter them
selves, they will be enabled to' give m itisfac
tion, to purchasers, both in prices and quali
W.M. BI. ST. N L11.
Colunilia, Dec. 20, 18-10. 0 3in
R, C, ANDERSON,
FORM1EliIM BA LNET & ANDERSON
CLOTH ING S' H'ILISII MENT,
At the Sign (,f the Biy Hat,
No. 3 .1h.nen; ji-rs llow Co.cMIA, S. C.
Keeps constantly on hand the most exten
sive nb-ortment of Cl.)TTIIING and R.\TS
of any oither I lose in this MarkeL All of
which will be sohl on as god terms as can he
hongrht in the State, and every article warran
tedI R. C. ANDIlRSON.
Nov. 21 1G9 it 4m
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I hMave t1is day aIssociated WAL. . REY.
NOLDS with me in the practice of )EN
Air. ItEYNouMs has been mny pupil for the
prast 'imr years, annd I cormend him with con
fidence to the community.
The business will be conducted as former
ly at my oflice on Alain street, under the
above nane apil style.
W f. REYNOLDJ.
Ang. 1~, -N If
Fare Reduced to $20 from
Chairleston to Nlow..York
TI IC G tll.:A 3.1I, lI )OUTE FitOM
(llARIl.E-Sl't)N, S. C,
LI''AVING the Wh-.3rfat the toot of I~an
reins-sr. dl*nI v at i, p. mi. after t he arrival ot
h.' MStnl-rin cars, via W II.MI N( ;TON and
W C ..)O.N, N. C. lI'l I-:RllJRit;, It IC I.
M IIN I), to W.\NI IIN( 'TON, BlA l~I.
Altl-C, l'llf~h.AIllliI.lA aini N. YORK.
Ijie inlhhe is re.spect in!!v Viiinred that
ho e. nteams of this line, fromu Charleston to
Wihninton, re in first raite condhtion, and
are navigated lby well IinoiwnI andl experenccd
conniinni,lers, amil the raiilroadls are mi fine or.
dler, t hereby -cr werIg both I afety and dignatch.
A~ IlltIIA)( l'l 'K 1-:T h:iinig already
becen in uaperaition will I'e continiued on andl
alter t hie irat. of Oct. 18 19, as a periarnent ar
ranig~en fr-on ( 'harlesion . to New York.
I 'assenngers a vailing tha~el ves thereof, will
have, thIe option either toa con:ianne with(,ut
dlelay thiro~ngh thle ro-be or otherwise, to stop
at any of the intermei:hiate: piomit, renewing
their seat S on the Iiline toi suit their conuve.
Ilienice. lBy t In a roite travellers mayi reach
Newv York *on thle t lordn d:iy during bunsiness
hours. 11bnage will lie tic keteid on board
the Steamlir t, WVelhn, as hklewvise on the
ebiange iof ears, at t hiei niterimediate points
irmi, thence to N. York. TVhronghi Tickets
/ eachi, cain alonei~ he hail fromn~ 1, WVINS
I . ) W, Ageyint of thle Wi Ihmnigtn anid Raleigh
It- It. ('omnpanyi, at thle titlice oft thle Compilany
fo,"'t of Ic.-nreni-striet, to whom please apply.
I or iothier mfirijiat ion iininuai oif
I.. C'. D)11N(A N,
At thle .\ rmeric an 11 iotel, ( 'h mrles-ton S. C.
.'la~v I) 49
A large and general aissortmnent viz:
I )ry ( ;ils, ( roceries, I l.irdlware ainid Cutlery,
(rpienter5 antd lac ksmiths Tlools, C arrage
'iaroungts, . ndm; rirbber ;rinds &.c., Boots anid
Sho.e-, I bits aind Caps, Soidlerv, Stautioniary,
a gini Stock . of *r ickerv, a ver'y lairge Stoeck
nif I t'l)IlIN(I , and a variety of ot her goods
ahniost tin tld-ns to einitierat,'. Thle sub.
senheiur im ing pnlrih'sed hits ..tiick in the
city iil Niewi York, ainil alt the iclo sist piossible
pr.re's, chai'fly for enh,. eniabh-ls himi to, feel
I.. B. IJA NKS, t
Clothing! Clothing!! Clothing!!!
('1.1 TIIllNt; ever inleredl in this iliirket. and
iraiwers, Shair-, ihnh-r Sluir ii, .Soc-kiet. \\'
ienn renew,' ih. wo- itioui-.r noum fromi Itonuet to
yondii iien, q.- t h'oc x oil niimike your ntelec
I inin.A. .1. & l'. .A l() s.
(Oct. 10I .i t
his e in:,tomersi, fieital, iaiid ihii p >li'e gener
ailly o, Sumiter'i, t hat hei lias, anil vi ll constant
ly keep on hanil, ai lre.h and well selected
stock oif Mlediin es, I1' tnts, (M. s, D ye Sttuffs,
noow (;lass iii~ Pnit y; Fine Soaps and
l'ancy Articles; all of which will lie sold
One' door ur's of Alc iua's old sta nd.
P, 5. All orders fromi the country prompt.
y atteindeid to,
Smioked Reief, andi llnfl'to Tl'mges
A rh.- s inrof ?tu A'gr..
FR D ClJ O41O
Would lespeotfuly In .tjep e of
from his Manufactory in the .tOIty ]Now.
FURNITURE, ever ofibred-In' the Southern
anshi p, cannot be surpassed.
He also invites those who are about to pi'
ces--atisfied that they. will be met withj6
Among H8 Stock notoi .
Sofa ' ables
Marble Top Wash Stands
Mahogany Do. do.
WRITING DESKS in great variet .
(T'All Furniture safely pack
Jan 9, 1850.
Attorney at Law.
Stunterville, S. C.
May 10, 1849. 29 tf
JOHN T. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SuntrrviLLe, 5. (f.
Will practice in the Courts of Law, fo
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaw Districtl
01ice one door below Clark's Hotel.
COLLETON II. TOBIAS,
!5umteriflle. S. (9.
Will practice in the Courts of Sumter
Kershaw, Dlarl ington and Richland.
Jan 9, 1850. ly
The utiscribers have this day formed a co.
partnership in the practice of law.
T. D. FRASER,
L. L FRASER, Jtz.
Jan 1, 1850. ly
FRItEGHIT ON POTATOES REDUCED
OFFICE S. C. R. It. COMPANY,
Charleston, Dec. 28, 1819.
FREI(31 IT on Potatoes (Sweet and Irish:
both up and dowit, will, until further notice
be reduced to thirty cento per bbl.
W M. II. BART LESS, Sec'ry.
The subscriber, hriving taken, the come
Store, (known as McLeans) would, mas
respectfully, acquaint his old Friends, ani
the Public at large, that lie will at all time
takeC pleasure t i. nann.-t-i IP bem.~ in *Cut
ting and Making up Garments, in the 'mos
Fashionablie anu substantial manner.
lie wilt keep constantly on hand a freel
and seatsonrable assortment, of outfitting, c
the latest and mnost approved Fashions, asn
hopes, by punctuality rind his desire to ple-is
all, to merit. a continuance or their Patron
ago anad contidenice.
D. J. WVINN.
Jan. 15, 1849, 12 tf
3. L. U3N51UJORlt,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Mr. H. will administer the Chloroform ii
Surgical and Dental Operations, if required
.lune 7, 18-18. 32 i y
J. T. SOLOLYONS & CO.
II lve just received and are no0w opeing thi
NEW~ STlOCK of F'*i.!. and WINT'El
iIl ER, II AT-s, CA PS, HON N ETS, BOOTs
SIIOES, lIAIRDWAURE and CUTLE~RY,als<
u lii euortm,-nt of
Ready Made Clothing,
All or which they are ofl'ering~ at ite vreni
L.OWES-r TrnuS--on which they cani be sold ii
Thiey invite thair FRIINDS and the COMI
.'iUN ITY to give them a catl and enemine fo
tthemsetves before purchasing elsewhere.
Oct. 10 50 if
Jnst received 15 do:. Genuine L.ONDoNi
PORT~ER. Fur Sale by
A. J. & P. MOSES.
A Prime lot of BUTTER~l just receivei
and for Sale by
CLARK & LEWVIS.
11eadia Ru~ber flools aumei
over Shoes for ladlies and gentlemien, Missei
India rubber Buckins, for sale by
L.. B. [L\NKS.
Oct 22 52 tf
A Nice assor't saesamt ofiirit.
gas~s Lamps. Also, the Spirit-gass.
For sale by
L. B. IIANKS.
A Gwood Asisoriagseant of Lar
dies fllck anid Colore I Kid Gioves jus
eeeivedl by CLAl(K & IbIWig.
PiluaticIphia anade Calf tin'
(oait Wni1king Shiocs, Kid Ties and Slip
piers jhust received by
CLAlIK & L1E~ls.
*.3 ('01I.8 l'lRST QULLALITY BALI.
RtOP'. .lust rn-lvedl and hfor sale by
BROWN, fI.NE & CO
1.111R.' ! I.3IE U! l[1 !ai; ''1
50I ltirre.., Ste l..ma
It) dlo ir I shd ilanod do
2 line, yoting Mu les (wr s ale, also a go
Liarness Ilorse, AT' TlihM l)AIRKI $.
29 flarrels of Stone and Shell
Limoi just received aind for sale byvIS.
CLARK & LE~W
2JO Hiead Noathern enhhnees, and
25 bhls Northern Pippins from Newt
York, and for sain at
TJE PUBLIC J3AKERY.
Nov. '2Hthi 9 81 tf
5000 lbs Assorted lroui Ebr
Siie hy t B. A ANKS
195 AND- g
iuswter D triet, that hasV
York, no chdiest i*rmel "t1f IN T
-uar ,aan whibli for uty o sty r
eiaaso, to call and eunmitne his stokk and pri.
Tand, are thelatet ftles of
Card Tales .
&c. &c. &c.
1197 King Street, Victoria Jiange,
Charleston, S. C.
ed for Transportation.
Lr Time friends of A. I. Brad
ham, Esq., aninounce him as a caudidate for th
office of Sheriff at the next election.
M arch 2th, 1849, 2id
0*'We are autilo'izCd to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq.
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum.
er District, at tie next Election.
rVyW c are autlhorized to
dnniounce Col. JOHN C. R}HAME, a candi.
date for the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing
sept. 27, 1849. 48 tf
OTrhe Frieua(dM of R1icIaurd
1. BROWN, announce him as a Candidate
for the Oflica of Sheriff of Sumter District
at the ensuing Election.
Se pt. 20, 18.-. 47 tf
IrrJWe are authorized to announce Major
IOHIN IDALLARD, as a candidate fo
.Mheriff at the ensuaing election.
April 26th ,1848. 26 tr
kT Tie riejads- og'Willin ess
A. COLCLOUGIT. Esq , announce him as a
:andidate for Sheriff at the next Election.
April 19, 184-9. 25
((T We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. I)URANT as a
candidate for the (ffice of Clerk of the Court
at the ensuing election.
Nov. 8 3 tf
Mr. Editor:-Please announce JOHN
DARGAN JONE.S, as an candlidate for re.
election to the olicte of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter Iistrict, and oblige the
April 20th, 1448. 20 tf
(LTrlVe are authorized to an
nounce DANIEL H. RICIIBOURG, a car
didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing
.Jan. 20, 1846. 13 tf
I - We are authorized to
announce JOlIN W DAiRGAN, a caan date
for Tax Collector, for Claremnont County, at
the next Elect ion.
Oct. 31, 18149. 1 tf
(VJ1 We are authorized to an
nouance ALEXANDER WATTS, Esq1., as
a (Candidate for T1anx Collector, of Claremaont
county at tine ensuing Election,
Cabinet Making, &c,
Tine subscriber respectfully. annaounces to
the public that, he carries on the Cabianet a.
kmag Business in all its various branaches; andl
hopes lay untiring inadustry -ar-l attention to
busmaiess to merit a shanre of thne patronage of
his friends anad the punblic.
N. I---lie will keep constantly or.
hand--Fancy and Plain marble top liress.
ing Blureans, Siade-boardls, Pine and Mahoga
any Wardlobes, hnigh amnd low post curled
aple Bed-steads, Sofas and Divanas, Centrme
tables, Sittinag Chairs of every description.
Mahaogar.y Raocking and Nuarsing Chqirs, do.
Baostorn Rockers anad Nursing, hl'er Tables,
Candle stands, &.c. &c. Also, Cotton mnat
tresses, whnicha they will sell low for Cashn or
(FrFUIRNITURE MADE and REPAIR
ED) at tine shnortesat notice.
Mahogany atnd Phain Coffins
furis~hed at the shortest niotice.
.Tust received a splendid assortmen t of
Bed-stead,, Sittiang anad Nuarsing Cinairs.
D. S. SARGENT.
GIN MAKING, &,C.
We are prep~aredl to execuate orders to any
exteant in tine above line, bothn for new work
anal repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
any made in the State, possenaing all the aal
vanntaes of tine Falling Breast and Sliding
Ribs, wicn saves a great deal in way of re
I tmirs. Wn also uase tine Steel Plate Saws,
vithn teethn set in an ang'le that cannot possibly
.njure tihe tanest staple, with an imnprovment
is rgatinte motiang of the cotton; our brush
icomnstrnuctedl on a plan, giving at once, the
advanatages of ighntaness, strength anal force
all very mnnaterial in line successful operation
of a Gmn. We wvounld invite planters to call
at mnir shop and examine for theamselves,
whnilsat we wonnld assunre the~ punblic gennerally
that they shall have nno causee to comnplaaa
eithner of oaur work or prices.
We are also prepared to do work in thne
Cabinnet hn---sucla as Bedsteads. WVardrobes
Sa fes, Bhonk cases, Staands, Tables, Cuanphoards
&c. &c. at shnort notice, ann libneral tcrmns.
I[TDSON & B1ROTIIER~i.
( posue~ fthe 1%I'ra4,eriq a A churchn.
Sanmte'rville, April 22, 1847. 26 ly
Land at Bradford Springs
AN ELIGIBLE SUMMER RESIDENCE,
inhe Subhscriber offbrs has tract ol land at
Brandford Spriangs coansistinig ian all of 206
Acres, sitatedl ian a Northn Easterly diirection
fromn th IncJnstia ute ann tine pnnblic roadi leading
froma theo Swimmaning Pens to Camdien, adjoin.
inng tine lannds of the~ Institute and M1r. 1P. Brit
ton. On tine promnises are several very bold
Springs, (Sunlphor, calybnete and excellent
'drinking water springs) and fromn its eran.
ainding pos ition woulad foram an'eligible alte
for a hotel, as-well 'as prnvato residennce.,..
Tine salubhritfof itgoe)taato is too wvel known
tenooed commenet.L , d the land for ni
&.as goomIif sua mtror toimajbrit, o
whc ningJ4 tract 1O5 ne ljuW
dhich Adel hauond out 4lik''
oroiiRO~WN', L.EF & C.
SuBtatttille Aug, Isa, Ig9. 41 f
8 A R S A PA . IF LL
Wesua ma " nng r Eh
ne mes eeier4mary .s
This Extract is #ut up la'quart Battles i
111eS cheaper, pleasI"Ani Qed
to any sow K ures s'
purging, sickening, or'dsbltismtg Ih a
The great beauty and spriouy
perila over all other Aed IJoes -s. w
cat., disesa, it lavgosales
Very heat P
SPRING 4ND SUkMSIP
ever known; It.not o ily
tem and stre thn$e he
pre and rich 6 ---Wtspow t.As by
iedicine. An in Ui z grand sePret
wonderful success. lis performed with&*hijw
two years, more than one adMA
of severe cases of
sidered incurable. ittas la
than 18,000 children the thst
100,000 eases ofan~ Gesser
of Nervous En~sx.
DR. S. P, TeirerW's Sarsaplio ?
whole systen germanently. T Shb"
lost their museusar energy, b
einer or indiscretion committed sin
cessave indulgence of the P ioN and
by physical prostration of the nervus
situde, want 0 amblition, A
lure and decline;
disease, Consumption, cane
this leasant remedy. Th 1
As it renews and invigo the'*'
tivity to the limbs, and at IIt
system In a most extraordnary degree -
Costsunston Cex !A u
Cleanse and Strengthen. ConsuAntioe a '
cured. BrAsnhlit, Ce
plesut. Colds, CaterrA, Caus, eds x.th U
of lMod, Soreness ins the Ches ft, i Me
iatl S Svents, Dit g orP el
Pain in thAe Side, C., here seen a"ndl 60sji
Do. S. P. Towesan- verily believe our
perilla has been the means, through RUT
of sving by Ilire. I have for several yar
bad Congh. it became worse and worse. Al t ,
raised large quantitIes of blood, had night s
and was great) debilitated and reduced -K,
not expect to Ive. l baye only used your fses
perilla a short time and there has a
change been wrougi tIn. me. I ant tw eoe
walk all over the *.l%- raise no bd sand-may
cough has left rns. ocan well I that
am thankful for these results. voee.;
servant. WM. RUSSEL, . C u
Do. S. P. Towseno's Sarsa paralais se
and speedy cue for Incipient consumPt,
mss, rrolapoas Uteri, or Falling of th o Wsik (s.
tiveness. Illes, Leucorrhma, or -W ehhOt
or difficult Menstruation, lacanUtnence o, Urine, or
involuntary discharge thereof, and 5sefo
prostration of the system-no matter wter the
result of inherent cause or ca I bi I'
regularity, illness or acdept. ea be bos
surprising than its invigorating s i asa'
frama. resnns all weakness and leA?n Wjg6&
taking it, at once become robust and Mul f eluy;
under its Inluence. It immediately
the nervelessness of the female is
great cause of Barrenness. It wp
of ns, in cases of so delicate a es
tificates of curm performed, but GOV.t
aSllicted, that hunreds of cases have be"
to us. Thousands of cases where famile he' "e"'11
without children, after using a few bottleeIf thI4
invaluable Medicine, have been blessed :with hne
Great Bleaang to Methasara tsh
It Is the sarest and mast efictual me"a s let
purifying the system. mod rejeing the
attendant upon childbirth ever docaovore .t
strengthns both the mother and the ad4 evlp
pale and disease, increases adi
those who have used it. thinki i
is highly useful both before 'end -r
as at prevents diseases attesdent qhll
in Costiveness, files, C W M
ack and L Falo
regulating the seoretiohn s chm
lotin, It has no eqa. heg
medicine I&, it Is alwaya safe, and the
use it most succes Ily, very few i
any other medicine, In some a little
Magiasia Is' usenal. .eteist -6
lgt fodwththis a
Of Joea f'it .si6
lowing certifcte at Dir. . P. o
It speaks for itself. '
Da. 5.1P. Townvsaxm-Dear Dirt fii
to give you a statemsent of the 1nE~ v ed
from usani your .Ssapesua,bhel~ *'
doing, I shal render a benefit tethpt.
ferin as I hare been.
moth by the Dyp sabe t
mtsch dlfialty~ rmet aslk wse.
had also a taer, which odvered th. "a ef
my head-which was asrael tmu
nu fremnedies for both, the mpikh
received little or no benefit, until I to year Sean
saparilla, which, through thehinqs U~I
dence, has restored me to more tat 'aa
health. as I am now enjoyIng bdtter thane U he he'
a number of years. I ala npw 60 years of age. I
believe It to be an invaluable meiie, and recems
mend it to my numerous aequaiatnemes.wibi
very large, as I have been a miniser a e~ sy
years hope this hasty sketch ayb c
bnefit to you as your medicine has to mie.
July II, 1847. JOHN SEGKl, Jese City.
afethaudtet Ceeg)'uase. ~
The following was .sent to our Aget4 lk
way, by the 11ev. J. 0. TUNISON, ofth~esJ
EPiscopa Church-one of the most learned and re
saed in the connection-dand isant.4Me
ofthe wonderful effets of'-Dr.1 *P. *b .
Sarsaperilla on the systemn.
Fatano Pcnasson-Havl fong me a
ou mare awase eeriene gretgueu~i
lrritstln of my throat end lns sriya a
stance, and in consequence of haiy1 ee
McI~ean's decided testimony i Its be d
to try Dr. S. P. Townsends ihr -&amed eali
I trie it, I confess, more in the oe't*ue
confidence of Its prosing edicacious ;nt la uean -
in candor now to acknowledge, tha I had not tried
it long before I began to aeaee tary
effects' and I may now my , wit Cebi~ een,
"that Iwould not be witeut It on anyesiders
tion." It has done mse more godta n re,
vions remedy I have tried, aiiif this ttt sat
ful coset tomake -tusM
Rahway, August 8d, 1847. 4. 0..Ty Igogi,.
SOROPULd, ' VmIsi. -
ThIs certificate conclusivel tiovas isat' tini
Sarsperilta has peet contrl a over osisnt oh.
stinate diseassof the blod. The persons outed
In one houa4 is unprecedta.
Three OMlrsa,. o.
Dc- S. P. Towa'srse-Dear, Sir: I .6ma.*he~
sure to informe you that thre. ofpy bi
been cured of the Sosolisla by th a f yev
excellent medicine. They were am leIve
eeverely with bad Sores ; have taken pl loss
bottle, it took them away, for which treiny
self un er great obligation.
Very res etfall '
Dm. S. P. Towwssavp is almoes dsa 'eiving
orders frost l'hysiciansa indibed of the
This Is to CertIfy that 'we, the andeulud
Physiclans of the Ciy of Albny sav n
ous cases pr'scribed Dr. S. P'. TonsdsB
rills. and belivet tobe one ota
preparations its the market.
H. P. PfIlNGO, D 1k''
J. WIL,80N hi, D.
R. B. Bsfrobui',;
Albany. April 1, 1047.
Dr. 59 . Townsend's Prineia aile. haa beens
removed from --Jo-Fnton, to ~~as tpIs,
the building bormerly- occie( ~ foths
Anyr-B.--edding & Co. No S Sta*VW asd
Mrss. F. Ridder. No 100 Court-sta4
Samuel Kidder, Jr.., l~owell ellenlle. l
James B Green, Worcester; Alan"it
Concord ; J. Baich & Son, Proviiets
Dunggiste and Merchants generrlhyuin
United Statee. West Indies. end lbes -~bls
A. J. & P. MpJ,
Sole Agentsf'or Sam ~ isa'icte
1000 Foot 4 inch 30se Gi,
Oil Floor Cloth, Indigt 'ftbber hJM~ Brua
seha Carpetingaugethdhii ~i~e
ment of' Can'ing Wlii Pans,&)~~laints,.
Vnish &. , 4