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r NOTICE T .NOTICE F
A a Indebted o the ,Etato of T.
r.o ceto by purlgao at. the
Sd'Ete, by me made, are here.
by notiflod, that the credit given of SIX
41,9NTi'U has expired; and payment must
i.at once ie madth It. is hoped that this re
quer'" nsilll, without delay, he coinpi,t'd
with, as the property sold was all under
execution, and nght have been sold by
ithe Sheriff for Cash, but for the mutual
benefit of all concerned, the Judgment
creditors pormitted a Credit Sale.
August 12, 2850. 42 tf
Whereas I have this day taken poss:'s
Sion (as-Ordnary of said District) of the
ersnal property as derelict of John
5.anks lateo9f Sunnerville dec'd; and I
avail rityselfof this method to notify all
persons indebted to the dec'd to make im-.
mediate payment to Mr. L. B. Hanks, my
Agent (in this particular;) and those hav.
ing domands against dcc'd will hand them
in duly attested according to law.
Aug. 2d 1850 41 if
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to
any extent in the above line, both for new
workand.repairs. Our Gins are not sur
passed hr any made in the State, possesing
all the advantages of the Falling Ir'east.
and Sliding Ribs, which ave., n ;a deal
in way of roilaira. We also use the Steel
Plate Saws, vith teeth set in an angle that
can* possibly injure the finest staple,
with an improvneni -.o regulate the mo ing
of tlie cotton; our brush is construct.ed on a
plan, giving at once, the advantages of
i lightness, strength and force-all very
material in the successfol operation of a
Gin. We would invite planters to cail
'at our shop and examine ror t henselves,
whilst we would assure the public general
ly, that they shall have no cause to coin
plain either of our work or prices.
We nre also prepared to do work in :hi
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Ward.
robes Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables,
Cupboards, &c. &c. at short notice, on
IIUDSON & hitOT lElt.
Oppohsite the 'resyleria n church.
Suinterville, April 22, 1617. 26,
,, The undersigned would respectfully
Inform the public that he has taken
, the house well known as the -'CR lOS
I'S," formerly kept by M1r. Win. lch'ain,
in the town of Camden where he is prepared to
acconimodate travellers, nnd boarders at rea
sonable prices,. T'hosei who desire to feel thet
same qiot abroad as at home, are invited to
give him a call.
Tlraveller, nccunnodated for a single nig tt.
and breakfast in time for the cars in tie morn
ing, atnmoderato charges. J. 11. F. tOO\ E,
Feb. 13 1850, 16 i f
ebb Clark's Hotel,
* UMTR VILLE, S. C.,
This otel is situated in the most
pie-iint part of the ton n. The
Proprietor wail he pleased to see
his friends and the travelling public; prom
isintr to spare no exertions on his part to
render thorn cornfortable. Charges rea
suitble. ~ WEBB CLJARK,
terville and Claremont
Th'e Eubscriher respecetfidly ain
V i nouncs to the Tlrav''-ilo Pubii.
en that his .Niage leaves Sumteirmite'i' evr yimor -
ing at 2 o'clock, (except *Xiaday) n i arrimt nt
-Claremont in timei for ihe cars i,r I. *lebin't.,,
Ieaves saint day (aiter ihe atrrivail of the (ars.
fromi Chiarlestoni) aid arrives ait Sumiterville at
N. B.---.laing procuredl the serviece sof hi'.
former Driver, Mr. L. D). IIOPE. ':mn assur- all
who patronize bin stage, a safe and expeditius
A pril 17, 1950 25 t f
*l um a man, and deC 'n nothiing a hiehi re
ates to man foreign to feelings."
IA YILGOtOLS tItIE,
T'his IBook, just publishmti, is tilld withi ii'e
ful isnformnatton, on the infirmiitie" nni isase
of the Genierative Organs. It attbIresse's iit"lf
alhke to YO'U''lf, MlANllOOD) and 01.1).At1t.
To all wvho apprehend or suiller unider ihe dirt'
conqV'juenrcs of early or prolonedt indiscretiins
'-to all wvho flee the exhaustive e fles of se'den
tar 'and baneful habiir--in a Itwhoi' in add' it ion
tot eclininig phypical energy, aret ilhe vitim-O of
nervous and mtatiil dei lpy, an ii of mingi a nd
mdlancholy despondency. I)r. K. went' Iue
Rend (tis 11ook.
.The valuable advice and imipressive' warahi:g
it gives, will preent yea re of mii-erv ant tir
erng. andJ save annually ThoIu-andi o it.is es.
Parn'ts by rea-ling, it wvilI tearin how to lpre
Vent the destrucion of' ilheir children.
' I~'."' A remnittance of 25 cents. enctosed in) :
letter, addrsneto, Di )1. EINK[:t.IN, N. W.
corner of'1hhll)D& I NION Sireets, htween,''r
Spruce & Piner, PII,.)E KItlla, will cii.
* ttre a b'ook, under envelope, pter re'iui n of ima.il.
unitnivean uinintierrutl~ tirattee spent
in thirecity have rendered Dr. E. the inosi--xpe'ri
and sudcesfuil practithmer far and neasr, in st
I.reatment or alt i seases of a private natuiro.
P'ersons aifilited wiih ulcers upon the body,
thront. or legs, paii n hathe head or b~ones, met'r
enrial rhoumnatism, straitures, grsavel, udise'ase
arising from youthful excesses or impu~ritie.s of
the blood, wheirebty the icointiitstion lias bec'roime
enfeebled, nre all treated wit h siicrss.
lie who pIeces himself under the, catre oif IDr.
1g., may reltigioiisly confhi'de in his htoinor as5 0
gentlemnan, and conifidontly rely upon tis skuti
~s~i fesn ta (istanet, may addtres' Dr.
K. l6 -k'ettr, (pmst-pnaid,.) andt lbe eniredk athoitt..
P, CK AC'.S of MED~tICtNESX, ltlt'iCT
OINS, &c., forwardod, by sendinig at reimiinan-'
an-I mit up se':nre fromt )AIIAG E OR (t, R I
Edf' Booksellers, News Ag."is,. Pedlars,
Cgmvansers, iind atl ot hers supplied wiith tie
above work at very low rates.
Feb' 13, 1850. 16 l y
ti~ h surronding country itha t, tinha
uist retrjdi f'rom Ch1arlestoni, and( lhas ui.,e
uirrangerlnnsto receive l(iE iiwl ~OuDA WA
TEI4.of every variety, weekly.
II, ban on hmandt, and wilt coniitiu t' receive
blroughouit the season, a chtoice iisoritmenit of
e~' Winos, and CordIals, Confecionailes, i-'it,
&c., all of SvhIch wjll be dinpost'd of chen ape r
thn vaeor oileredt bofore in this placo.
* $0,000 CASH
In hond for the putrcha~se of Negroes of
eitlheges Apply to .
Cn1iunbtnM,.R C. Au-g. s.. 1849.
elaundive, .Dyepspsia, (Jhromo or
.Nervous .Debiity, JDisease of
the .Kidnneys, -
ing from Li Disorder
ed Liver or Stomiach,
sueh cas Constipation, in.
wa)'d Piles, .Fullness, or blood
to the Read, Acidity of the Sto
machi, .LVaus~ca, IJeartburn, Dis.
gust for Food, Fullness or weight in
the AStomacha, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or IFluttering at the
Pit of the Stomach. Swimi
rninq of t/he Hfead, [fur~ced
(and difficult Breathing,
fluttering at the Heart,
SufocatinqI sensations when in a
k!ing Posture, Dimness of
Vision. Dots or JBdus be
*fo,'e the Siyht, Fever
and dull pain in the
Skain antd .Fifes- Pain
in the .Side, Back, Chest,
Limbs, s'e., Sudden Flushes
qt' Ifeatt, Burn inqt in the Flesh,
('onistant imflaginings of Evil, and
Great Depression of iSoirits, can b
is rFi::C'ITA 1.1 A CURED~I BY
Cdcbr';i 4ct 4,aci'ufiiii Hlit ter t,
,)11.. C. M. e/JAUKSON,
(R WA N :11':)1 'INI*; ,STOf R,
i0. 12111 .4 iceli St., P11uilafll(u:s,
Thetir /Di''(i filer thef reicnl',' tlirasrt'.~tmtt fr
cvly.itrr beiep~ ,I hir eiMbar )creyrdoi in fte
'anilcIStart, cis flit' iairc rl yttfc. in ntunr rqust'
!tulle r at/a iledu j11c/riuteut hurld failed.
There itte:,art- ra ''.ni li the atnii oni of iii
'a liI=. I'o= c'aa.jini, rl ''iriliac iii thec ri'tilir'a.
huiii' (if ''1i-at'. ofC ieer liter antd leuccir glacnd..
tt''tlaiinz Ito' tnca'i uarc'laiutg poweatrs: in 'a'ai: .
ii i+" will *tR4li''onti (if the di etiigai' a'trgccthey la
art, " ithat. ,al:', crirl:,iii uutld jaa is :t..
C tans. uit I r~a'ON. ISq.. J:atcctfat 1141.. in at
lettear to 1Jr. .ftac.cn, .Ian. t.), 150 i)1. c-_
""T'a %a i I'a" n-iit'"'lIrt aa' rea t e .tt no re Ic'i
e'fi I'm tit yoasr ml~iiaci'nu' Ikon i nn)' tther We't hay',,
ea.'r lakit for iii).' ltc-ai andf11 Literr dlaastr."
''t'utc: 'l:NrlI 1.6t. m.*' jacih-ic11cI at stc, '.,'watry1),i:la.,11
" i'e a* it.rcla' uo'ul "r''iic-l frcoth ra'etaa
au'italan tat Oiw' 1itlahlia lai' af tta'. :t ciont t':iuta~i
.l'l'la'i:1"t ,'-a Iii a th u iil''S- tltacrcttcLtctV a-t
'i fl at:' I ta-ir '.ctia'. :\tu1a1an ilacasa' tt'","~'aiclaal
a'r t'''art l tu'at itj'. it tlic' I.' .cfcuut Lit,ert. in
''lt'iIh~ ly l)r. Ilcctavun,/. :aw itt1 area b'ty U r.
Iutriiatuar. ini t%' li t-la lt' .i'a'riatr 'rgaca-ac oal tiaja
tt- cialacuIa'.I e' it~ hic'ic'st. hautl lhitlcat taicalar tair
tta:.a r'ti(all. I Jtarincz lu. I' ati -*titnar. itst a- ila
vey a'iad V cat:iljc-te' \. ith I .i'a'tr c'acinatiai
:cutt aftei.r tryineg iiin ar'.iaH:"c rttmala"s. hit
pit rtlat"va it bcottIlea ta't ii Ijit-a. a d ail f 'ter ii.
intalita. aiti lie Inac rtttc'il 1 of ciic' Iiai',:i j
na14ytateprfera :oturhIttadires-hamrac en:tireIy tao hatilt.''
JiR'A I) i"l ui'Ill'lIt A FEW F"ACTs
Jiua ti;c: 31. 31I. Ni)..it, a Ecaitletcili With great'
ictia~ttit :oalc Iliterary latitlliic't, t'taju ill him:
ry~:1 ('. tt:\'::L'3F tXl:"Jua
IT. 0O1W0ELv8 3L'15IY Olf s
CRDL., PURED I
Dy.,Kecler's Cordial and Car
For the speedy and positivo cure of 1)I A R.
IlEA, DYlEN'TElIY, CIlOIERA 510R.
bUS, ULIOLElRA INFANTUM. COLIC,
FLATULENCY, GRLIPING PAINS, and
for sill Drangemots of the Stonachs and
Hou ci., causaed by Teething, Improper Drink,
E! ' ASIATIC CIlOI.ERA is as easily
cured and prevented its any other diseaso of
the stomach ,.al bowels. provided the proper
nions are used. It presents the same muor
bid syusnpt us Cholera alorhus, only more
violent. Wre is no dil'erence in their pa.
thology, the treaunent being the siamie, I)r.
Keelr's Cord al. s, justly celebrated for dis
cases of the stomaich aud bowels, will, as cer
luin as it is used, cure this disease. As a
l'reventive, it should be used in aniall quanti
tics daily, mixed With water, tand on the ap
proach of the discase, it should be taken in
modes ate doses, lat regulir nd :short initervals,
until every synmptorn is removed. Frictions to
the abdurnen, with ex crnul applications to
the extremrnlic,. in the worst stagos of the die
eamse, will cure forty-nine of any fify cases.
l'lhere is no naeed of anything else; and, above
aill, beware of t'ulomiel, Purgutives, said otlimgr
I'allatives; they will kill more than they will
cure. The most severe cases (if Cohnplaint
yield to the heroic virtues of this remedy like
magic. The proprietor invites investigation,
and boldly proclaims that it will speedily cure
all disentses of this character. lie ean point to
l.ving wit nesses of its beneficial et'ects, after
bei g pronounced oncurable and given up to
die by their physici5ans. In all cases of lailure
the sioney wil b. cheerfully returned.
Read this 'I'estinuiny.
(Extracst of i letter frorn the l ev Dr. Esrlo.]
Daisville.. Ihtwks County. August 25th, 1847.
Deer Sir- nna now prepuind to recoin
inend your Cordial from having used it with
success in 'veral instances, and I atn now
ryiisg your %nnnisen in sa case of protracted
debility, attended with ca-ngh, apparenatly pro
duced in the younig Lady by her 'outgrowing
her strength,' to uso a common phruse.
ALFRED EAtI., M. D.
Extract of a letter from Eben'zer t'ook.
New York City, July 211, 1847.
l)r lieeler. sir. I have used in rny farni
l) sill of the Cordiul whic-h you left with me
lst sinaer except two ita:i. which I per
siasl.l a customier tf sainin to try, and havisng
pr.ovesi very beneil:icl, h liasts recoruancidel
it to si se oIs is friends who wish to have suine
of it. I therefor w zii yoatu wouhl send me some
by express. I ann istelad frontay own ex
pertence that it is the h" tst miedcine for chil
dres 'l'ee thns and Sutinnr Complaintia that
I ' ri 'erd to the pubse, und all that is neces
sr for a re'aisnmendation is to try it.
284 Grsi::d at. cur. of Alley.
Thims is to *wrtify that I have used I)r. Keel
er' C'o.ali.tl, itnl have fuad it i vtaluahle auled
e st is <lars lra. da 'nterv. taid all dernne
ment. of : .tso.,c: ai haatowels, caued by
I e' hi.mnr, sunsl is part c hartsly adta.ted to all
.e 1 f those orr isls esnused by acid fruits
air the delshtatinsg etlfects of season and cli
) M'A 5.t.tsn , At. U. Plum st. hila.
1)r Kleeler's ('ordial.-We would call the
atltertnu of our readelrs to) this invntabtle. mted
ice, nt hi wril l' unnd advertised at ltengt h
in our aotisanss. As at corrective ins cases of
1a rins is a, a disers t very prevalet at tIs pre
-aut tintw. ia its highly spioke of by all who
hste us,'d it.
(Neasl's Saturduay Gtazetlte of Angiust 28. 1847.
Ur. IK eler's Cord:al and Carminative.
Th'iss sr tsle as udi'erised ina aniother part of
(st phiper, it its wartn'y re'commenat sded by frasni..
lies also have' tried 5t. It is espeacially' ueeful
saong cihhtIa-s, sad has effectad hsundreds of
cuarer. 'lTe Csrdsal is saot as qjuiack nsostrumn,
but caire'fuslly pire-pared rnedaiine, anail pecrfect
jy freea fromi sissy ttin. intjuirous.- Pennasylvi-.
sint tat Sept. 1 , I 4.l7
I): Ka'.llr- 1)h-ar Sir. As it is tny adty tn
1'al evr baois's: r55a:sans to pIt isi s the, Usppa -
is- o f ousr lael~t~s uw t r sare'. I talte great pla-s
"sare isa stlat ing to) yous thsa .adv'ansi.ta I receiv
i:ia'. I n~s sit tussas I w~'as nittia-kaed withl lIilr.
* ta-, wisib dehttat's e ly sst very mauchs;
ILr narly s thv Ii''we'eks I trwad annaiv resteadiws.
histtisud htth-' ar sio ben-sefs itsein m/s dungsh
ters isnfersiued meW of yoaur 5 sirditIl. I biougt ii
b i .5th- statSal d um tae but I wo adaosl,sbfre'
I 'Is htoed Iwlf. I wais enstn,'v recaove'reda
ha'-tur isneedii ith uhaoe tof it ; andsi lavye re
i ina--dl halty ei Cr tein'e. It,'peta'':a.ly
t. ents, S. 1Wk sn, I), I).
P rep as-d aml sshll. whsi;!e. mssl reta'ii,
ladI isldh a ; when- ' .i-- I hI~ . l'is tle's ('..naeh
11 \t 'II l.)'l'l4.\, Ill'fl-t siand S.\N.\ -
ITf\'I. lf~.S msa 5' osb:..ine-'!. lIema~e hes'
is uns lsda I li. 'st'v, as wh.'h hs:ar''tnt
a l5. "-, s Lst l sin town't sr solisry' tssInId
hse w'thut thi.'-. t~retr' S metad-iiies asa
.1, slit.:~ .ial*;sessve la tiaet ,ssilslei e'stleIrI est
,'.\-- Ills. IKFll..lI'. S xlI.\lu
.I 's hr i!s'. Ja.rfsttt efl'it i'asra' nssal ra'irntlaii
'I il. i.-e't-i's a str'i frsosas s'sarile's taf tia'
-d..t sr b u-t ofl 5 ar loiva v-z: t'baronice
s-h oie s-lit-St, 5 'sat'staauslt i, I'artthi
i -. 'a!.rsh. I'.t : isy,''t' -'sla a .il i, faormis,
TI! .C . Id he5 If lhon'-h us of ala' in.
< hr- ' 5se a-- if ith-- . ' sinih . I.' r andss
I th's' -e . n, de'a --. l'd iis of tha
li-a.aw. It' has sit:1, L.c~~s-r' \ alsl
t ' e!.e :, , i-r ni 11 ii als l all I e~re's.s sry
l-,*e . 1-m* si dl n.s:U t r tit th -
II-. n sil ind th sice -au dih-gast remedsaiI
r ~ 5i ir r s-is ii.
I-'z r h- lhv IrIs. R. 8. .\5'lb-tt, .Sotos.
n ;li* %.. .1. I -Il iny, C'ssail.h-; Ilu.aek
s' I-' ny t )uimtaa-ia ; t u~ as i hi &S
* (' 'to-obbs; .1. :\le-.\l!ais, .llariona:
Itsa '- utud .\l.'a t'Isis ia eveyts IOt\I Is
ttil ' is:' :111 .
whw ien- is ianols sl- s litenity m b it'pernui
liat' an ,seediy 5' lo-''sed, pridedht thet
sat ':,etl" ii. as.ds. -'Aii a'terv' \ils. hSdi it's
ler. se :. lstt ri at' lls. 'l9ss' is 5ssa' rss,, ; i a-ras~
i-niu is ale Is' ino-a' cartasi thans thati
h 5A a'llt'A Niu ti)\i'l-Nit I thea-. most
.eut r hrat-b. is. non toi thei wanl.
\d .': ic. ev--r it.-g; of~ii thea s . iss sal
em 1'nnn *lt 'i:1 ."unesatusi sunits tere hiss
if. ree'*i'- ii il sit t-,i itiallii t ieas-rt ein ;git'
hr hi-- e'nnd iti 'ua hv litti'ia duhri, rin.
'i-' ut5i-.'lr. a is dv wis 'ith cou5Ilh-ne, oni its
itr .hia -- ponis --r 'ii ave ihha'srtis of lhis ebliar.ai'
.-' i' ION.aj>--ask Issr thei sutiaa.:rcan
acompind aid pusrchs tonly oef thSe agentsat,
Iistri iiibt &~s.,~ Alit Cohnhiatls; Z,. 1)e' I ay
t'iasndea sad hs, the5 pirincsipli l)rngUiist its ull
the~ 'ott latows tharotiaghorst t'e Sa'e:
EIIr(owVE., lcc' & Co0e,
Aecsnts fir the At Isaof AIl.f!I)A MAN.
I T'A( l T l X'G1Y ('O.'S G000)S atsnd Yarns.
la ne ;, Il ' f
IMr The friends of A. U. Brad.
hum, Esq,, an noe him as a candidate for
the office of S rIff at the next election,
March 29th, 1849, 24td
O'rWe are authorized to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum.
cr District, at the next Election.
zCPWe are authorized to
announce Col. JOH N C. RHAME, a can
didate for the office of Sheriff, at the ensu
The Friends of Richard
B. BItOWN, announce him as a Candi
date for the Offica of Sheriff of Sumter
District at the ensuing Election.
QT We are authorized to announce Maj.
IOHN BALLARD, as a candidate fo
'31heriff at the ensuing election.
The friends of Villia.n
A. COLCLOUGH, Esq., announce him
as a candidate for Sheriff at the next
(cib Weare authorized to
announce Mr. JOHlN O. DURANT as a
candidate for the (ffice of Clerk of the
Court at the onsuing election.
(D-J"We are authorized to
announce DANIEL H. RICHBOURG,
a candidate for the office of Clerk at the
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
-arWe are authorized to
announcq JOHN W DARGAN, a candi
date for Tax Collector, for Claremont
County, at the next Election.
(Z-J' We are authorized to
announce A LEXANDER WATTS, Esq.
as a (Candidate for Tax Collector,of Clare
Mont county at the ensuing Election,
Fare Reduced td $20 from
Charleston to New-York,
TILE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
CIIAR LESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of
Laurens-st. daily at . p. mr.. after the
arrival of the Southern cars, via WIL
MINGTON, andl VELDON, N. C. PE.
Tl":slihUiG, HICIJMON D, to WASH
INGTON, IAlT'IMORE, PIIILADEL.
PIIIA. and N. YORK.
The public is respectfully informed that
the steamers of this line, from Charleston
to Wilmington, are in first rate condition,
and are navigated by well known and expe
rienced commanders, and the railroads are
in fine ortier, thereby secnring safety both
and dispatch. A TIROUGII TICKET
having already been in operation will bo
continued on and after the first of Oct.
18.19, as a permanent arrangement from
Charleston to New York. Passengers
availing themselves thereof, will have the
option either~ to continue without delay
througvh the routc or otherwise.'to stop at
any of the intermediate points, renewingf
their seats on the line to suit their conve~
nsience. By this route travellers may
reaach New York on the third day dluring
buisiniess houirs. 1Iaggage will be ticketed
on boardthse Steamier to Weldon, as lik;e
wise on thie change of cars, at the intermie
dbie poinits fromt thence to N. York.
TIhrough Tickets $'20) each, can alone be
id fromis E, WINSLOW, Agent of the
Wihnsington and Raleigh R. R. Company,
ast the oilce of the Company foot of Lau
rens-street, to whom please apply. For
oathIer aiformratio~n inqu ire of
L. . DNCAN,
A t thse American ilotel, Cha~rlest on S. C.
May 9 05 ly
The State of South-Carolina,
J. J. KeL,
IEdw. II. Ihvis. ~C.40
JhJ.Keels, whoi is ins the ctustodlv of the
ShriTf illiamshlurgh D)Htrict,'by vir.
tu faWrit of Capia: ad Satisfacieidunum
at the suit of E.lwaird II. Davris, hsaving.
filed in my foliCe, togthe with a schenduleI
lin u:schI, oft is etstate andi elnct s, hIis pet i
ti to th Ile Cosurt of Comnassr Picas, psray
ingr tlihat esmay he admitted tos thme bsenefit
of the' Arts o~f the GeineralI Assembly,
madse for Ithe relief (of I nsslvent Debitors:
l..s rdered, that the said Edlwarsd 11. Dai
va.ml all otheisr the creditors to whom
th. I d Johnsa J. Kses is in any wise int.
debited, b -, :mds rlhev are 'ehr summtaonedl
:sand have nost ace to appea., befror. lise sud1
('ousrt ast W\ilhashnstsrgh Cosurt I lssuse, on
this thirdl .\lunay aftssr the fourth Monday
am ( )etober next, to' .shewa c~ius if ansyte
s'an ~a by the prayer of the petitin tfoe
a d abIaasus nt hes g.r.mtersd.
W M. Ht SCt )Yl"I',. e~s. r. w.1,.
O)tlice ofm the Commorarn Pleass,)
Wt:shtamsrg IDist riet, ~
FAn\an rn. 9ths, 1 50. .12 :1t
IA valuable pslanatai conataining~ nine
Isisnd'reds isam elevena ascrs, sit uated ini
(aremonett (ountyr, abousrt severn mihes froma
Soutearrvals', sn thes pubbel rss~sl Ileasog fromss
Sasstervillo to tIhe Sw iminisg P'ens. There
on it the phicse a goodas Dweling~ Ilsonse,
Nilchers, Smrokle- IIouise, Stable~ss, C orni
I liarsea &c. A sll ms godsa re'pair 1'or termt
;apla StaSh. .1. lr:sdalr J. WN. l)argasn or
the' Susibe~-~r san the phmsrtat in.
.'54~ I W M. V'AUGITA N.
No.71 10I' .1 i
1(10 Gin Bands,
1000(Fet 4 mehcl Cospper rivetod (Gin
thIrsPllor C loths, Indsia Rubbher C'loth,
tln~esarpotmrg, togeathesr wvath a flu5
aste. s'rt sof I srrage T''riuisnsgs, Os,
l'.aantsa, \V.rsah &c. Fo'sr Sale by
A. J. &. P. MGSICS.
I f Esvery Descripstions froms thie Elemner
t;.ry Spsol l'r, to lI ,sin andI Greek, inclusd.
oig SIga~lonecry a of lkmd, o Sasle by
N NBrown, Lee & Co.,
A gensts foi the ~sale of IlA R VIN'S SiOES
.rlun1 I' 32f
FOR tsai fije eaeorCh.pl
FREDERICK CLARK, NOS.)11
Would respebtfulljforithp people of
ceived from his Manufactory jtbo City of
CABINET FURNITURE, ever ofibred n ti
of style or workmanship, cannot be surpassed
le also Invites thoso who ire about to pur
prices-satisfied that they will be met with u
Among is Stock now on lan
Marble Top Wash Stands
Mahogany Do. do.
WRITING DESKS in great variety.
195 and 197
(t-All Furniture safely pack
Jan 9, 1850.'
GEORGE W. MORgAN,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Office one door South of A. C. SrAnZ '
Sumterville, June 5 32-tf
The subscribers have this day formed a
co-partnership in the practice of Law.
T. B. FRASER,
L. L. FRASER, JP.
Jan 1, 1850. ly
THlE iJMDE BZ41II.
The Subscribers beg leave to announce
to their friends and Customers in Sumter,
that they have just o>ened a splendid ittock
of FANCY and Si APLE GOODS; all
of which they oftbr at the 'lowest prices
possible. To the following articles they
wish most particularly to draw the atten
tion of purchasers:
Plain, figured, aind satin-striped Bareges
Figured and Eibroidered Lawns
French and othercalicoes
Tissue silke, and Ginghams
Plain and Figured Swiss Mulls
Plhin and Fafiured Cambricks; Jaconets
Embroidered curtain mnslins
Linens-Irish and Grass; Linen Cambric
Ilandkerchiefs, Lice Capes, and a great
variety of Needlework Goods
Together with a general assortment of all
other articles usually found at their es
We wish to draw the attention of gentle
men to our stock of Ready-made Cloth
ing, which embraces every article in that
M. DRUCKER & COQ
SCOTT & EWART,
NO.1, MERCIIANTS' ROW,
C:olumbia, S. U.
Keep constantly on handl a general assorts(
Hardware & Groceries,
Rellosa, Vises, An vils, IHammuers, &c.,
Planes, Saws, Guages, Levels, Squaares,
M ill Cranks, Miill Screws, Waag f rns,
Mill Spindles, Wmtgedl Gidgens, &c.,
IMF, Caleinal P'laster. Nails, inoes.
Plough Moulds. Irton and Steel, Locks,
linges, Screws, Bolts,
WNindowv Fastenings, Pruning Shears,
Whlale, Sperm and Liinseedl (.ils,
Varnaish, Paints, Paint Bruisheas,
WVhite Leadl, warranted mire, manhufne-.
tnared by WVekett & Brother, walh
a large iad well selecte-d stock of Shelf'
H arware and Cutlerv.
Sugar, Coff'ee, Malasses, Floaur, Spices.
Teas, &c. Any article not answerinag tao
description given will he exch.anged, and
all sold at unusual ly lmw priceas for C a sh.
G-* G;OODS delivered at Ral Road De,
pot free oif (charge.
Jan 10. 1850. 1y
Wholesale and Retail,
R. MO RRiSON, & CO.
FIRST STORIC~ NORTIlI OF TIlE MIAltKET,
R. M. & CO. have on inad a full anda
coampla'te as-sortinentfII Cl.Y A GI.A -SS
antd E.. A R1T11l.Y hVA RUE tior-' her w a h
'veral aiseortmaent of! IHR I I .I A 1: A \)
j'/,A 'IRI) 1I'A r~ (a, 1 Gdiad .Al ahoan~ay
Fraimed Ier and Toslct Ioln Gi ats-' ,
All of their Stock bei n' entirely new,
and asel-c-tedl hv one of th fi rmt, a haov flhtter
thems,-elvesu, they~ wlil be h eniabiled to aiv
s 'a sfact ion, to puarchiasers, boa tin paraces
and qualhty. RlIR''M tIISN
I 'WM. 11 ST.\NlaV.
.A pril 21, '21 t lj
I haereby iv e n~ -tot ice that applia in wi,1 ll bie
node~lt to theleisatreo !0Ibiq' :tat :i ia ext
esinfrnroad friom naiaar thae houaie if F.
umd turkey 'eni., to tie roadi fromti ltjliihop.
vil lo t Canoie, at thte lowe ren aofltC hle planta
tiona of .Joel hlavis.JhN110Nu-.
Itiahopaville. S. ('. A tag. 13th, 1850t. -P2-t C
IS horebay givean, athat nipplienat in will bei
nmade nii thu next Sean''ai ofi the I uegishituar
of Soutth (aruinat, for a Ch-~ir'-'r ofi iacor
poaraitioni for the Viiingevt of Laing~tru-.
l'inau'tree, Aug. en2i. 18.i. II 'tii
A pplaeintioan-will hev madiet to. the LOUeislatuiire
ai t iaanext Senian, by a numbiutr fb Plaanter,,
Mi-caies andui 31--rats for a iharte'r to in.
aiorpoura!ate a )till'(N 3MAN t FAC( tI NI
(4 3 IPA NY, to he loacat-td in or ne-ar $iinte-r
Aug. 27, 1850. -14 3m
Tho athnbibr has madle arranpanments fair
tho manu facturn of~ iroma Four to Five~ Thoanda
pairs of ate above artile- bay the F-A IL. F'or
rorerence as to quality, lie wtid resapectfulhly
Irefer poisons won inay ho discpoudu to putrchase~
of hnlua, toi those who patronaisedt him hast yer.
A. to' priue, het will gturatite them nae low tna
acan tao nTahrderl.
-al~v -2a Jf.. M10lt(; \N.
)5 AND, 197KiNG
tumter istrict, th
Now York, .tho'M 1 i';Ro opF
e Southern marko', and Wlich f, bau
chase; to call and oatnzA -his dk and
td, are the latest Styles of
&c. &c. &c.
King Street, Victoria Range,
Charleston, S. C.
ed for Transportation.
11 l y
W, As-KENT & IYIITCHELL,
Clothing- and Out-Fitting
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchaers will find at all times a full
and complete stock of Gent's.
READ Y-MADE CL OTHING
W. A. KENT- C. U. MITCH EL.L
Manufactory 113 VnRiisgtoa
Stores N. V.
May 184!. 30 tf
BY SThEN & DIVVER.
Corner of King and Snciety-street,
CuAtLCSTON, A. C.
This lotel, situated in the busini part of the
city. oflers every l iraitb comfort and convon
lence to theI' Traveling Comnmnity, and Perma
nent Ilioardler.. The retblishmnent is cotnductedl
strict;ly tun Temperantce Princiide". Ti~nes
An Omninu, autt Carringe will nttend the
St.eaboat. Wharf, and aflo to the Rail Road
D)pot, for the acconunodation of I'a.cngers.
'eb. 21 la: , y
Trout & DeLange,
CODL ISSIONMHER CHANTS,
No. 112, EAST BAY,
Charleston, R. C.
Keep constantly on hand, a large assort
meait of Fresh 1urnt Stone Lime,Rn1sehi
daie Cement, Pluster'of Paris, New York
Marble Lime, Philadelphia white do., Gyp
sum, or Farmers manuring Planter, Fire
and Hearth Bricks, Plastering lair, and
Buildiner. Materiaja in:.general.
DlUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMIENTS,
King street. Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
Edward C. Tharin,
GEN'L. COMM1 )IN MPRCHTANY,
No. 21A Vendue Range, Chaurleton, S. C.
Keeps alwvays on hand a general Stock oh
Grcris ke., nind 'lhsposecs of every des
criptiont of Prodnee at private saile.
M. C. MonrnteAt, Es. and Col. JAMFY
G~nasN.Jant 23. tf
W- O. D)ukes & Son,
F ACTOR S,
C'O.1T.S'.T ON .VETE ClTAXTS,
S'OLTi Arti.ANrTc Wrair,
Chari ?!eon, .S. C.
.Ian 23 ly
Paul T, Villepigue,
G E.NE RAJ. CG'[1'.%SIOy .|lIIcJIA.V',
ACCOM'IOLDATION wn'iA RF,
Jan 23 ly
IMPROVED ENDL1ESS CHAIN
All Persons~ wishinug the abhove l~levator~.
cant be suippIlhfl by theo Subtscrib'er, who i
ithe A\gent for the DiLstrict of Smniter S. ('
Smn'ttervile' , t. 3lst 18.19. 1 ly
20,000 lbs. Iron Assorted,
5,O00 yds.. 1trown shirting arid sheetinr,
Fre-hi 8. da. W in.. suie 1 -nuon (rackher, a id
a fresht .iupply if aill kind, of (hode justi re
eeni .d, ai for .:ale, by
tFeb 27, A. J. & P'. MOSI:S.
beo W'in. 'i'ebb's New~ ~ork Ni t-. waiIld
re'-vcliil ly solicit the~ at rien' herettofore fat
vor..d hv hi<. fricndsi and the ci s ti-e of Sinmte'r
gener.tt. hc'ein ctiikd . that hoc i-nn ai(ftlccm o
dateii. i themnh an~i:y axrticles in hi'e he~ of b'c:i.
neec.. i s--'sin~g of a large nndic evci c-lacteed ct*
RI. St. 3Lt'.ITT.
A Nice assortmuenut of.Spir
it gass Lamps. Alson, rto Spirit-gnes1
For satlo hy
he B. II ANgS..
couro 11; taa
Wonder asnd Bilassing of the Age
The most extraurdinary Mtdinise I "he'Yr
This Extract is put up in Quart
times cheaper, pleasanter, andw
to any sold. It cures disease
purging, slottenipg, or debllitIf
The great beauty and uperio
petia over all other Mtedici
cates disease, it Invgorates the
very best ., ,
SeItNG AND SUMMER MEDICIN .,
ever known; it not only purifies theb)ltl
tern and strengthens the persen but It creathe
pure and rich blood; a power possessed by no
Medicine. And il.tIi lies the grand'e
wonderful eucees.thas performed within i
two years, more than one hundred.thoseand, t
of severe cases of disease, at least, 80.000 weare
sidered incurable. It has saved the lispsof aw
than 10,000 children the three past seasons
100,000 cases of Gcneral Deilitty a.5tn hisg
of Nprwoua Energy. ,
Da. S. P. Towrasicon's Sarsaperills iavigorafeelg4
whole system permanently. To those who have
lost their muscular epergy, by the eifects of .id
cine or indiscretion committed in yout or the e,
ressive Indulgence of the pssions, a ng op
by physleel prostration of We nervog .us y,
situde, want of ambitio nting sense os, prena.
sure decoy and del ng toward tht tai
disease, Consumption, entirel ri red
this pleasant remedy. 4 arsaylla is
raer to any tr.; it
INVIGORATING CORDIAL " i
As It renews and invigoratss the systee, gtve4 ae
tivity to the limbs, and strength to the 'm dtaIs -
system in a most extraordinary degree .
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consumption can lbw
cured. Brenskft.s, Consuspliei, Liver Cow
peliut, COldS, Cerat, Coughs, .Sde, Sputi'
ef Bleed, Soreness in the Chest, letic Flypas
NizAt Sweat,. Difficult or Profuse Es'ptetesWtien
Fain in the Side. 4c.. have been erd can be cnai
Da. S. P. Towensri.n-I verily believe your Sase.
perilla has been the means, through Providencer
of saving my life. I have for several years harl a.
bad Cough. It became worse and worse. At lest lI
raised large quantities of blood, had night sweatsa
and was greatly debilitated and reduced, and did
not expect to live. I have only used your'Sersa.
parilla a short time, and there las. a wonderful''
change been wrought in me. I am now able'to
walk all over the city. 1 raise no blnd, and my
cough has left me. You can well imagine that I1
am thankful for -these results. Ypur obedaLt
servant. WM. ItUSSI L, 65 Catherine-st.
Dr. S. r..Tow:,sr.,n's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign'
and speedy cure for Incipient Consumption, Barren.
nea, Prnla snus Uteri, or Falling of then Womb, Cos
tiveness, Piles, Lencorrhoa, or WVbites,'obstructed
or difflcult Monstruition, incontinence of Urine; o
involuntary discharge thereof, and, for the general
prestration of the syslen-no matter whther'the.
result of inherent cause or causes, roduceddby ir?
regularity, illness or accident. No be more
surprising than its invagorating affeo humas
frame. Persons all- weakness and e,. frois.
taking it. at once become sipust and Rl orenemgy
under its influence. it ediately counteracjs.
the nervelassneas of the e'frame. which is th
great cause of Barrenn twill not be 'expected'
of us, in cases of so delicate a'nature, to eshibit eer
tifientes of cistes performed, but we can assure the
aflilcted, that hundreds of cases have been vsaseorto
to us. Thousands of cases where families have beei
without children. after using a few biles of this.
Invaliable Medicine, have been ilessed iith 5i
Great Btcssing to M1others and tiatdren.
it is the safest-and mest-effectual hedileire for
purifying the system and relieving the mufferingg
attendant upon childbirth ever dascovered it
strengthes brth the mother and the chid,' tv
pain and direase. increases andenrIe t si'
those wiso have used it, think it is irdlspaiai,.
is highly useful both before and afte*koeni'
set vepr uts diseases attendn sehl
tuu en fifres, Crsja.,'
wn ertihaa at -r. s. P.
It speaks for-Isel, -
Da-. 8.3'. Teonnno-Dw'ar Sir! .I
to give you a atatement of the be$ "I
frnuis utng ynsur Sarsaperlls,a believiingehby
doing, I shall render a benseat to those-who atesw
fering as I have been. I was redueed foi .nayi
months by the tDy pepasa, so n ehl that It was with ?f
much diculty for ime ta walk or keep ahout I
had alsn a tetter which covered the moat jeart of
my head-which was etremely troulesme an4
sore ; it got to be almost a scab. I ursed quite a
nnmber of renmedios for both, the complaInts, bit .
receivedt little or no benefit, until I took your Sae.
taparils which, through the kindness isf Pyevi.
.tene, haas reistored me to more 'than ,aay'tienal
health. s I am aow enjoyntig batter than I. hate Dar
a numtharof yeara. 1 cm now' 60 years of spe.I
believe it to b~e sn invaluable medichop an4 .rweam
mnad it to my numerous acquaintanices, which '~
very large. us I haeve been a ministersa great'mat:y
years I hope this hasty sketch may be as much
benefit to~ yon as your maedicJane has to me.
July 11. 1817. JlOltN fiGEIt,' Jersey.City:
Me thodiset Ciergyannat.
The following wvas sent to our A gent In Dali
way, bsy the lIar. J. 0. T UYNIsON, of theC MethodIst
Epico eol Churchs-one of the most learnest snd re.
set in the ennectinn-anod is Another evidenis
of the wonderful efrects of Dr. S. P. TIownsend'ai
Saralaaralls on the system.
Fair.., P.:avson-Itaving for eons time nate
y.-s are awate, experienced great general debility
of my vyttem, attendedt with constant and slarining
lrritation of miy throat sand lun iga. I was, at y our In.
stance, and in. consequence of hnving rend Captain
.McLean's deeided testimanny in its b~ehaif, induced
to tiy lDr. at P TVowrniens' fsr-f.snmed Sarseparllla.
I tried it, I confess, mnore in the hope than In the
confidence of its proving efleacaoeus ; but l am banind
In candor now to acknowledge, that I bad not tried
It long betfore I began to expedience Its salutary
effec'ta; an'd ia y noiw nay, withs Captain SlCLean,
"that I wouitd anot be withouait It on any'conaller.
tion." It las done me mnore' good than inny 'lire.
venas remedy I have tried, sod If -this-statement is
deemed by7 you of any ismportance, you htaeay
full consent to make It puhluc. . 1
Rtahesy, August 3d, 1987. J. 0. TUNiSON.
This certifleale conclusively proves thiat~ this
Saisaparilia has perfect control over the moat obs
stinate diseases ofthe blood. Three paersona ttse4
In Otis house is unpecedecnted.
Three Chldren. -
Da. S. P. Towniran-Dear Sir: I have the pslie
sure to Inform vou that three of my children hava
beeni cured of'the Becrofula by the use of yotur
excellenut medicine. They were afflictedl very
severely with bat Sores ; liave taken only tout
bottles ; it tooks thiom away, for which'I feel my
self unler great nhligation.
SA A C W. CRA IN, lo0i Wooster-st'
OPINIONS or PHYSICIANS.
Da. 8. P. Towssren Is alnost daily receiving
orders from P'hysicians In dtilerent partseof the
This is to Certify that we, the undersIgned
Ph) asianvs nf the City of Altainy, have ani numew
ous cases pr scribted Dr S. l' Towneend's Sarsali
rilla. and. belIeve it to he ore of th vat valual
prepiarations si the market. -
J. WiIL ON. M. D.
Albany. A pritl, 1.947.
Dr. 8 t'. Townvend's Principa -has been.
removed! fiom ja Fuilton, tonP tree.
.the buuilding formesly occupi San
Anrwe.-Reddig St Co, No. A t p
Mrs. E. Kidder. No 100 ('ourt-st' .Be
OSamnel gidder. Jr., i.owell; henry- Pra ~*
.Janie BI. tireen, Wonrcomter; Atlana~
SConenrd ; .J tch k Son. Providuence; '
Druggists and Merchtmut genesrr.iy tlsmogk
United1 States. West indiles, anit the C'anadee. ~
A. J. & P. MOS]ES,
Sole . A gentsi for SutePlt Disr4~f
A; Ft Allen,
PL.ASTERERi~ AND DRIUK!.AYER,
1It mig hand enmiiderisbte inser-iw'ne1
Stm. aft I bn iil! %e-oiPll5), w.th nesthsas
liat j. luerig hshd ineo
.I en 10 2'