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t ; 't :t O1' E N OCEL ;
1 ' t . An persona indebted4ttho Esrtate of T.
.1 ilder, decease I, by' uoreiae istth
lSai of said Estate, by me nde, are hero
byitotiIod, that the Credit gyon of SIX
-x ; A1011T i& to'expir ; and paymett nust
tit'once be'"nafde. h levad thtat this re
;,.~uestd-'ill, wtithoii delay, he complied
~ with, nat lte property sold was all tinder
oxopution, andinight have been - sold by
\theSheriflror- Cash, but for the mutual
benefit of all concerned, the Judgment
-' + creditors permitted a Credit Sale.
S .W. LEXVIS.
Aunrust 12, 2850. 42 tI'
h\Vlereas I have this day taken posses
sion (as Ordinary of said District) of the
personal property as derelict of John
flanks late of Sutnterville dec'd; and I
avail myself of this uethod to notify all
perons indebted to the dec'd to make iml.
mediate paynent to Mr. L. 3. Ilanks, my
Agent (in this particular;) and those ha
- 4 ing demands against tc c'd will hand them
in duly attested according to law.
W. LIBWIS, o. s. D.
Aug. 2d 1850 41 tf
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execnte orders to
any e ntent in the above line, both for new
tcorkatl repair's. Our Gins are not sur
p a -ed by any made in the St ate, lgossesing
:all the advantages of the Falling Breast
and Sliding Rits, which saves a great deal
:.. in way of retairs. We also use the Steel
Plate Saws, vith teeth set in an angle that
cannot possibly injure the finest. staple,
with an itnprovmnent 'o regulate the mtai ing
of the cotton; our brush is constructed on a
pan, giving at once, the advantages of
htn'rue.es, strength and force-all very
mesaterial in the successful operation of a
in. ~We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure the public general
)y, that they shall have no cause to conm
plain either of our work or prices.
W e are also prepared to do work in the
C>abinet line-such as Bedstemds. Ward
robes Safes, Book cases, Stanttls, 'T'able:s,
Cupboards, &c. &e. at short notice, on
JHUD)SON & URIOThIlIt.
Oppeie iI I'r. /ritrian church.
Sutnterville, A pril "2"., 18-47.'1(;
t The nndersilned wosnl rspe c tfully
infonn the public that he thns iaken
lxthe hose well knowe n ar the "t ''IN..
A %S," formerly leist by .r. Wi. Mca-Kin.
n the toan of (aneadeni wsen hre is prepared to
Saeromnodate travellers. nd hoarder:; at ren
:eable pricees. Thoeaee wholis, dein-t I1"fel the
a'aame quiet abroad as at home, are inl% ited to
give in n cnll.
Trrnaetlers acesmnr'lated for a tintle nicrit.
ind breakiest in timoe for the ears in the1 mera
ing, at moderate claarges. J. II. F. itt JON f?.,
Fe b. 13 1850,O 1G i f
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUMI'TE PIL . L , '. C.,
-"; This IHotel is situated in the most
j21 pleasant part of the to' " " 1 C
Proprietor wilt t.,. picased to see
his friend,ail tMO travelling public; proma
isina to sparOOW exertions on his part to
render then comfortable. Charges rca
I u uade ntlhing n ienr re
ates to mot frtett to tuy feelilga
Youtili stalat lata
- - 5 A V1IGt(Jt S lIlFE.
-- i s 1ef-ee rvt~cIaationi
fail insfornaticon, n the ,ilnirmiicaani e-,-~
- of the, Gtenaitive Oirrgane. It addreersee itee I
To' all wh'lo sppreendse or nualler undealr the dtire
e-.. conmesegn Seneenf of early oir parolonatged tiie-ret iions0
---to nti wia, feel thea e xhnassaative etllrtseof ,en-s
tary sand1 banafuil habtitee- to alt n hoe inl aihleitionl
aor'deaeinn phmyseical eneaargy, a re* ex ehi- ee- ielo
- - iazlneieiy de~.w.eem 3. *IDr. li. noul seat-ay
-- Itend tslain Book.
Thlev eiaala l na-e anad imps~re-.i e is eanin
t. uiv~'es, n ill parevenit ycars' if is-erfl' :eia i - r.i
Pae~ icrentsc by re:eaig. it nc ill le:arna howe so pre
-venat tii. dleatrue'*ian osf tei-r chtibi.
lette,. addre~sa- to f I~t aacN1(E.IN, a N. te W.e a
araaer ofl eTil ttit ii &~ UNION Streset, betweena
perssee.&e Pine. PIlti-ArTKui.P(IA. nc al en.
1eure a hock, un-h-r envacelope, per re-tucrns ef masis .
FlF-ilN Y EAltS
of '"tenasie nil unainterruptaed psrnaetire spent
-ea in th i cty ahcne rean tered Dr. K. tIew mese te-wrc
~ awl- enecesefeul pratijtioneaer fasr and nier. in the
as-atent eofel al dsens1es eel a periv'ate anatuere.
a lbreeat. ear teg,-. epais in isa lira ess ar Iteenes, amer
enrmii rhl ati stn . *5tria'iures, graceldlie,-:-ee*
carseing frot yonthfidl aexcesi r istaparitijee eel
thoetaiod, wh iereby tiem cOln tiution has- b~eome
*enlfeeledci, nire all lrn-atced wcit hi ,'-ee..
11ic who peces hi'nevlf asumer tlss aere of lI r.
I., nmtcy religitaMly contidlo in hc*I seehanr ns. a
ge'ntleaani nuda coanhsiently rel y iiponse a..kill
PAC(e ,(8 of Ml lIC( ll . Illi11t:T.
- ,,~O! - Sel a', &c., forwc ardled, Iy senng u as remt ae
- I l cue r o m ~AMc NE O l t Ca l t a .
tns er, aand all stes unphdwe is
alec c woark lat very low~ ratt.-s
heb 1,1850 16 ly
F. 3YI't18, woueld re~se'cfully ini.
.' foeram the rcii'ea eof Suannercille uami
lte surrouin~ge- countisry thaat lee has
- juat retarm-d~e fraont *I'hab4ten, ciand lase madel
nr'eangemcentia lea re-ac i t' anel S(JJ.\ W .\.
Tal, of cevery vuriaty. wceekly.
l1 i- a n handse, and wcilt acontinuae Ie receive
theroughoutee the seaesonc. cnil chi-ce-eeoraeta ofl
Winejcc asnd *crdiacle- Conefect'iaeris. Frait,
a eal of wchaich will tbe dtigoee.d of enape~r
than was ve ever oflereds before tui thi. place.
M-ay 29. 1850). an if
The slwerIber hais iletned~a haise F-'l~NI
Tiief WA it~iwoOM to Mr. A. .1. Men' e aw
- hailde ing (as .in irs) whesrec he will kia-eeaaon
leantl y ecn hande a genearal saortmaenst elf Fair.
nitucre, cseistingvle insa ri oef
1' '1 )rsesssg linrnc aua, PIun maec ad
M1eube l'eeop, Sefasan :eslli
'cans. octt stuool, Otltoase Wardlresc, peinein
sted Mahioganyv Ciadle tstads, 1)ianing. T'eat
eael WYork Talee, Centre dto.; Unsrede Mapjle
haighi nnd laiw peost li~setteadu. Mcagany dis.;
Ole, slittig. Niureing andh Itockuing Clasn of
Funrnittdre ade and repaiiredl at t elihorteest
nlotc .. -
- Ph*udiianl Mahogny Cotfiis frn~eiseinO or
Jaundice, ,.lUr eps at (f4ionwo Or
ing from a Disorder
ed Liv'er or 'Stonchl,
Such as CJonstipation, in.
ward files. Tit l C88) or blood1
to f/he head, Acidify of the &o.
mn/il, 11 ausea, Hcarf~rrrn, Jms.
yust for lood, .l ullness or weighit in
thec AStom11 (ach, lSour Eructation?,
Sinkci,,, or .l.ElufferinU at the
Jl)j /' (lhe ,Stfomach. ,Sz''nn
flh fl th(le .head, ifrdriced
(1,i(1 difficult Jh.1eatiin,,
*flller i 11 at f/ic heart,
Sflocuaqn sensations whlen in a
J'lnr osturpe, Diimness qf
1 swio, Dots or J~elts be.
Afre (lie Sight, Fevecr
addull pain in t/he
iS'/.in a(mci .El/('. pain
in the ide, B~ack', (:'/het,
o~f .he.at, Bulrniniq in flu' ~lshJ,
(4'ui tan inliaqliti iffJ (if Ev.Nil, and
Gireat De'pre sswn of ,Spirit Q, canf he
T[1htJl:'J'rrALT.,' C!TIIID BY
Celcbr1t' (cimuriumi Ritter(.,
I'll : PA Itr TIit tI
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
Vol) 1'20 _l mcii S't., PliistieicphiU.
Thir Drr a333i' (the u/3!. a/ntlt"a is1 tool r.r
cii,,/tI / * qn,:ll lnj t,' 111/1r )rriyriliaiu in I/se
('a iyd' fb.%~, its 1/1 .uirex ulv:Il. inl mn!/is r3*.
tiller 'k/ual lhy'b'i~ h1.31*l,ld.
I.These Iliiter. are worthy the i~'33lntinn3 of iii
1:aliiI. I 333333*'.j33j1 ;realt v irto illI th real ilient
Lio.n of .Ii3.4:a"e' oIf the' I.icer wool. it--r..*r ((13333133
c1r. 1114 ta l..' to'ao Ie ralairtits Ja l ills I ..k
are', II Ilioil. more. .erl:.iti moli iI..nat.
iHi %D ANI) HE cONVI\i :IcER
Iit..tr 3.. I r. .1;.,l3.ti3. Jan. :1, 134513. tni.I-.
131v %%if' anll tnvi f,~i:t ' " 'l'id ain r.' ht
,'ft lrt,ri }'our otic.1ijoe tha o, tith oler we ha:1.'
ever takt-ni lr th' l)y.p sius andI Iirrvr d;*,amr.'
io.3..lia.32 i.. m,. l osil .'' rtyafliel rat3 I':i.'ti
I iiia.3.d o-f Iawiry 11. lii0si'-'1.E,33iI
er 11 .rI i of nt ire* i.~ the. I.( c,,., Il.ill,r, iut
crie by /)r. llo"Ilto..l. a tiai prpa;3redl byv 1)r. I
.Il3Lo33, ill l'Iiihi.IIin. ( ii,. ji3r'33 .' ill a
I.:irlai.r. in i4% luau tih ..l~tra.3r I irlii.t of Iis nl
13i'.iri.33 lil, t- hero t.-t" 1. ha;. f.i,'ii" uer ..ir
M1r. An 333I illt ii 1.lo~tI.3.. of Iaai, C1331,3. 113w++
very i'eri133,lV :tflljrm,I wi1th I :ter Cetl3ltlit.
3.33.1 toiler Iryaiel iln l'"a * 33(,33 rtiia,'.ie. Ilt. a1
I333r1'iILrd is 33o I.-.o io Ie lii33.r,. aid afte'r is- it
ilit """" :.0 11331113 relieved~i ofC his3 diin-ir, . it
restoired, .'riin-ray in, he.ailh."'
.110.:K ,ll3. M. No.m i, 0 i~ett i'inati lviiii[gnt it
wjet lilii 3333. literary rtttaiIle.'tt,. ,aid0 il i~
'"1)11. Jlor.. xua'i. (:c,a.I I1IT't:ru.- I01
ir CONVERNS EVERY ORES
- OSOLERA CURED I
kPr.J cler's ,Cordial and Car
For the speedy and positive cure of DI A Rit. 1im
IG :A, D)YSEN TERtY, CliOIFllA #10OR. the
S, CHOLERA INFAN'I'UM, COLIC,
ATUENCY, GIIPING PAINS, and -
ror all D)eratagemaents of the Stomach and
ljowels, caused by Teething, Improper Drink, an
sic., etc. fir
IUT ASIATIC CIIOLERA is as easily .
ared sand prevented as any other disease of
the stomach and bowels. provided the proper
imonas are used. It presents the same nor
rid symsptomss as Cholera Mforbus, tly more an
iolent. There is no dill'erence it tisnir pa. it
hulogy, the tretment being the same. Dr. Inj
Keeler's Cordial. so justly celebrated for lls. .
uses of the stomach and bowels, will, as cer
ain as it is used, -cure this disease. As a B
Preventive, it should be Used in small quanti
ties doily, mnixed with water, and oi the -up
roach of the disease, it should be taken in
noderate doses, at regular and short intervals,
antil every symptom is removed. Frictions to
.ho abdomen, .with ex'esril applications to IC
he extremities., in the worst atages of the dis- .3h
!use, will curo forty-nbte of any fifty cases. --
I'horo is no need of anything else; and, above
ill, beware of Calonol, Purgatives, and other A.
Pulliutives; they will kill more than they will as
:uro. The most severe cases of Complaint Fil
field to the heroic virtues of this remedy like .
nagic. The proprietor invites investigation,
said boldly proclaims that it will seucedily cure
all diseoses of this chauracter. lie can point to
.ving witnesses of its benelicial elfects, after an
ei:ig prionounced incurable and gaven up to cat
lie by their physicians. lit all cases of failure Cr
he' money wilt be cheerfully returned. -
Rmdth Nsis Testimotnyl .
Exarntt of a letter from the Rev Dr. Earle.]
)nisville, Bucks County, August 25th, 1847, at
Dear Sir-1 ns now prepared to recom. a
nted your Cordial from having used it with Ot
nccess in several instances, and I am now
Tying your Panacea in a case of protracted
lebility, attended with craugh, aliparently.pro.
Iuced is the young Lady by her 'outgrowing
ter strength,' to use a commnn phrase. t
Yours, respecfully, la
As.r'ar.n EAR., Al. 1). C
Extract of as letter from Ebenezer Conk.
New York City,July 20, 18.17.
Dr Keeler. Sir. I have used in my fani.
y sill of the Cordial which you left with me nn
ust summer except two bottles which I per- as
unded a cutostoer of aine to try, and having Sui
roved very bcneliciul, he has recommendod
to some of his friends who wish to have some -
f it, I therefore wish you would send same some
,y express. I am entih-fied from my own ex- B.
erience that it is the best mtedicinte for chil
renl 'eething and Summnter Complaints that ,o
off-red to the public, saud all that is neces- El
ary for a recomensdation is to try it.
28-1 Graud at. cur. of Alley.
This is to certify that I have used Dr. Keel
r's Cosdial, ams lave found it a valiable ued- Cl:
fine in dinrrhetn, dysentery, and all derange- ties
lsts of the stomnnc!4 and bowels, caused by
'eething, and is p"rticularly ndsd'.erst to all
isases of those or tras. ca-.cal by acid fruits F
r the debialu.tinag ,seL. of season and cli
D) .\'A L..sos, a. u. Plum st. In'ila.
Dr Keeler's Cordid.--We *.sll call the
Mentieion of our renders to this invnlosl mel
in,', t hich will be fand adverti-ed at lengths
our columans. As a corrective in cases of
iarrhatci, a diseanso very prevaient at the pro- I
tat timte, it is highly spoken of by all --to Lau
tee, sted it. arri
deal's Saturday Guzette of Ant'" 2" 18.17.
JIr. Keeler'st Cordial ati -.armniative.
'hlaisrticle. is advertised " another part of TI
tr paper, it is warma', recommended by fausi- INC
,s who havo tr; at. It IS specially ,f , Ill
nonsg child,..,, atnd hats cil'ectesd hundreds of TF
rr-e. -ne Cordlial is ntot a ciuack nsoutrumn, the
1t carefully prepated modi'in, andu peorfeet-- to y
free trossa any thinag injurtious.--Pennsyiva.. is
nu of Sept. I, 16.l7- o
1)r Ks'ele- Dexr Sir. As it Is my duty to i
ise e'ver., htonae-a; inu to, ivomsote ste happi- sa
r'us of' oar t ollow s, e'at re's, I take great plea.n
arein isating to you the sdvantageo I rt:.dy havi'
I froam your vzahsiatie Gorjiasl and Gsarminsa. <ott
ve. 1 ~..-' suiha1 I was sttneke'd with Diar. 154!
sai ws btsch delahtl-.edn an! stystems very nmue ; h
,r aaearly tharee wees I tried manasy 55er 105, av
tat tfounds little or nso L:'-rasit, whIent ti daugha- (5p)
ir maformued smes of ymwtr('ordialt. houaghst a thrs
attle and lad slot t aken buit tw dloses be'fore ant
slat ainsd re'l.'f. I wos a- rely recovered thsi
e'fore 1 sedi the nolt of -t; sand htavo re 5ti
unnaed hei-arty ever ,:nace. lleuuspctally
ouarn, ,' , Bean, ). D). last
l'r-pare'' ids sold, wholerlasal n retaial,
haihllphaint wh'lere salsio lIr. Ki'elr':e 4o htsjlsdj
ii AhlIp l.t;.l'10N , 11 2 anad SAN N.
IVl SIl m aaiav hi' obasran.edu. 1lemessdies
f usuast iid effi'a ney, amal il hi htave noai
aina- o'~ fialy ina aowna or counstry rihouhl a
'I'e . wihu thi' ce.leb~re mei/-ias so rea
'hlo'hv aaptive to meeta. suddenl emaergena . of b
11. ''A, Or ate pesrmasaent cusre and remaos sa
'4 aLt d'Iaaet araiaing froma aspeirities of the
si&, r lhbi t t ti boy, via: (hroanicT
Gen~ses oif thew chest, Coanstion lit, Ironachi -
is, ('atairrhi. lens~risy, Scriulit isn ill mat formats,
:'etter, ."cilid bondss, llitotch.:s tif the fasce,
'broiite d~sat'ses ut dhe Stoacht, I .:ver andai
ksit, cusane aous erupiti'onas wh'li'i awellinags,
lipi joaint l af tosn, dlaelp si'ateda paiss of thae Jt
'siasi, aswe-ings of tie jintes, U'leers, Syphlil- St
s aca'dieas, ',1ere'nrini asnd all lIIerechltary Itis
reibspipis . F'emale- s nl'r ing froms oba- Iat
tr aictison, sallow comp alex isn, as-'rvouasnsas, IikI
ti:., wall (I sd thse Paiea nan ele-gant remaealy onli
uir their a emsovaul-.i
Foraa sali hv lsr. lI. Si. Mlh-tt, ."to. i554
e'rnib-; %. .1. li-I iny, C~.alh-na; lilnek o
VF -blsoy, U r~agilhurg; lintwrighat & '
)rssgtIst assail .\les's'uialals tia -vray tow! as d
rs ai.; bhot i t he ttte. -tila
lat-. 10, 191I0 8 ly Ce
ie Wa~ise is Timse!-"Il'IS Fi-'t..Y ." .
l'hos:inal. are sul'-ri.s frutm isen-asi frnas
sinchl thaeir is sasno iatit in iing peirmsa.
asntaly andai sp edily reheiivedI provY eedite
hglt manai- hei sed. -.\.s eve sry vice. unats its
uwat liinhi-hmens~at, ss it woutld s~sem evsery -
has-ase lias its remedyaI). Thlisi is truae, andsi lteru
a othinag is athis lf.~ mhors cer-tsaainhansa thsat
.t'ied andai cer tnisa remedt-sy fior nll ilsesa-es osih'
a iiIjr.ai chlatracter-, kn sowns to thas norbil. g
\dliatedi to every age~a oif the ihiseasei, sex. antd
*ato -an s iii, at all timeis jansa onsa , thseri iii
so fienra-sit of epi:,nre, titnti Irmas hsessi '
sir rst-ricstion isa siet: frosm thu evisa ands
pedyl~ teli-5 it 'iv-es, it is tnwthe alas'aait popus~~' I
ar ras d si- o'if th' sday. FTs ThIouasanda eim.e~s
avse Iiie-a emedai e'tt-etiaally Iy it diarsng thei ap
'iat yelar l'ep1asre'd Iby a5 prtacticlI phtysician th
hI si ilitril ''is uily wsiths scouandences sin its
-atr-tivie ipiwers ovyer sseus sit tis charsne'
-r. Fist d sreer'iions acoman~ay sacshibottle.
Il tl' IO)N .-naiik fisr thas amesriiant
-ompoundlasl andss phisrza.se onaly of tho agentts
Pri-n I 5'0!
F~or ale- lby P. M~. Cohen'a ('hiarlestona, I a
liastritreht & .\l iot C osalumiin; Z. l i, ii ay ina
Damanien and bay lahthepincipall I)raaggist itn all
lbo Csitiaay tonas tharotaihuat thse Stato:
I'()R SAII, ('hap foe C!auh AnnlY
Him Esq a ias as a candidate for
ofiee o idtfl n't the net electinn'
March 84 24td
..r #hor "d to
nounc.~?MA L :Y)RGG DON, . a
ndi ltceOf Sheriffof Sum
Die et Eet. ion.
r rl auitorized to
a no d UN C. RHAM,ta cant.
a t ~t Zrk 9f~hen> t the egu.
>rl r Richard
B r unce him a r, Candi.
to of S eriff of Sumter
stricter the- ensuing Electg
t FW Ire authorizedto 4niendine ftaj.
THN 1JA LLA RD, as a chtidldate fo
eriff at the Qnsuingeleetion.
The flend. of .Wilian
COLCLOUGH, Esq., annotce him
a ";andidate for ShiUr at the next
We a uthorized to
rf nce rirOH O. DURAN' a a
id ate for the-ciflce of Clerk 'df the
urt at the ng election.
W ai-e authorized to
:ice DA IIL I. RICIIIgOIJRG,
atnidate fo the office of Clerk at the
FOlt' '' X COLLEC I'OR.
we are authorized to
mue..JOH W I)ARGAN, a candi
e for Tax Collector, for Claremont
unty, at thi next Election.
6Y] W are authorized to
'Ouitice AL XANDER WATT, EH.
"Ca uidate 'or Tax Collector,of Clare
n1t 9n~i.ty at the ensuing Election,
M The Fribids of D.
McLAURIN, Esq., annohn'ce him as
ndidate for the (.)tlre of Cieark of tih
urt of Common i'leas, at the ,e
)ct , 50 it
3 Tiute Fr-leiade of .olaa
LE announce him as a Candidate
rk of the Court, at time ensuing ei c
iept. 26, 1350. 49 tf
Xe Reduced to $20 fro
arlestfon to New-Yor
[:ItlAT MA IL ROUTE FR
CIIARLESTON, ,. C.
EAVING the Wharf at the fc
ren-t . diil at 3, p. m. after
al of the uthern cal, via WI t
GTON, and- WELDON, N. C. 1
tSiUltG, RlfCIIMOND, to W A
TOK.1BALTIMfORE, l'IllL~Ar~ DEL
A. antd N. YORK.
he p)ubI'c isarespectfully Nomed. that
tteaumers of'.-s line, from Uares -
lilnington~ in first rate corn IO
:are navigated by well known aim x
:ed Coxmnanders, and the railr nda are
le order, theorehri securi, .g atyi~t, 12(1th
dmp~atch,. A PfIIROJPli TICKiET
ig already been iumiperation will be
nudon anti alter tihe first of Oct.
, a a ngrimanent arranmgememnt from
arlestonm to New York. Paasengmers
.dning thmnselves thereof, will hmavme thle
ion either to continue without delay
omughm the romute Or otherwise, to stopi at
01o time imtermiediate pointfi renewing
'ir seats on thme line to suit their conve
nce., 11y this ronte travellers may
chm Acw York on thme third day duringr
iineafshours. Baggage will hie ticketed
bmoardthe Steanmer to Weldon, as like
te on thme chanige of cars, at tihe initermne
te pinits from thmence to N. Vork.
roughm Tlicketsm $20 each, can alone be
1 truom 1E, WIlNNLOW, Agent of tlie
ihin gtonl amid Ra leigh R. RI. Company ,
hei olbire ofn tihe ('imouay foot of L a'm
's-street, to whomi plase apmply. For
er imfiorimaton incliNf
\t the Amnerican ioteil, Chmarlesonm S. C.
~lav 9) 0.5 ly
ie State of South-Carolina,
I. J. Keels,
ails. -(a. Sa.
in J. Keels, whlo is ini the custodv of thme
eritf of Williamsbumrgh District,'by vir
of a Writ of Caiasni ad Samthfacimilum
the. slutit ofEdwaird 11. Davis, havinr'
*d ini my otice, to;gthemr withm a schmedle
mmath, of his estate anid effects, his peti
1i tio the Couart of t 'ommon I 'leas, prav-.
that lie imay lbe adin itted tom time bonetit
thle Arts of thme Genieral Assembnhly,
ide for thie relief of Inusolvent Debitors:
is omre-ed, that time said Edwl Iardi h. D~a
anid all othier tihe creditors to whomn
samid .John J. Keels is in anmy wise in.
ated, len, amnd thmey are herebmy simmoned
I hanv notice to'apmpear. biefore time said
murt at 'dlinummsbumrghm Court IIotmse, on
third ondmmay after time fouvmrthI Mondayv
)ctoble nex t, to show~~ caiuse if any they
m why; 'in prayer of thme pectitiona afore
di shmHinot bmiile ranited.
lien omf thme Connmmuon lPieas,
A vaIuiale platttion conaining mninme
ndmlred an m4 elevyuen ares, situat ed in
are' moniiu 'i unmty, ablot sevemni miles frommn
mtervi le. "i tihe pubmilic roadm leadimng trom
imtervimi to thme Sw iuiing l'emns. There
miin the pa ce a gioodi I )weihung Iioumse,
mimhetn, .4mmoke-io.II use, Stabhles, Corn
umse' &c.' All imn goodim re pair. For termis
ply to, HImnl. J. liradfotrdl J. WN. IDarganm or
Saii~ muuIber on time tdanttiont.
WNM. VA UGlA N.
Nov.1 ~1%9 4 t
(f )tEver; lIesc'ripmtmon troutmm e lemnen.
-y Spoller, oi Lat in and Greek, itnclud.
Staitiomry of all kinds, for Saleob
A. J. & lP. MOSE.
Brown, Lee & Co,,
Aenmts 1s the Sale. of IIA1!RVIAM SIro).$
Would res>ec~lly 4
ceived from-l isMaduattoyti City
CAIlNET y'/tNITURE, over bre w t
of style or .drkwanshiip, cannothe surpassei
le also invites those who ir 'abbut to piui
prices-- ified that itey will be net-withl
S A on his Stock now on To
J _164, cases
e . ntr ;1ables
arble To- W ash-Stands
thogany iADo. do.
WRITING DESKS in great variety.
195 and 191
Ali Furniture safely pack
GEORGE W. MORGAN,
SUMTERVIL LE, S. C.
f' office one door South of A. C. Sru'c a
"rn l e.
umterville, Juno 5 37-tf
The subscribers have this day formed a
c(.partnership in the practico of Law.
T. B. FRASER,
L. L. FRASER, Jn.
Jan 1, 1850. ly
Tjij CARM BIA4Rll
The Subscribers beg leave to announce
their friends and Customers in Sumter.
at they have just opened a splendid stock
FANCY and S'1 APLE GOODS; all
i which they offer at the lowest prices
I assible. To the tollowing articles they
' ish most particularly to draw the atten
a i:n of purchasers:
' lain, figured, and satin-striped Barcges
igured and Embroidered .awns
rench and othercalicoes
'issue silks, and Ginghams
lain and Figured Swiss AMulls
Plain and Figured Canibricks; Jaconets
Embroidered curtain muslins
nens-Irish and Grass; Linen Cambric
!madkerchiefs, Lice Capes, and a great
variety of Needlework Goods
"gether with a general assortment of all
other articles usually found at their es
'Ve wish to draw the ittention of gentle
men to our stock of Rendy-inade Cloth
ing, which embraces every article in that
M. D)RUCKE'R & CO.
Q0tllumbia ; btucrtiscinlits.
'Hardvare & Groce~riesin
Bellows, Vises, Ainvils, llammers, &c.,
Planes, Saws, Guiges, levels, S niares,
Mill Cranks, Mill Screws, WVrag Iruns,
Mill Spindles, Winged G;uidgeons, &c.,
LIME, Calcined Plaster. Nauls, liInes.
P'lough Mlohls. Iron and Stee!, Locks,
I linges, Screws~m, 1B01:2,
Window Fastenings, Pruning Shears,
Whale, Sperm and I.insed Oils,
Varnish, Paints, Paint llrushes,
WAhgite ad, warranited pure, manutafac
tured by \Veanerat & IBrother, with
a large .nu weil selected stock of Shelf
Hlarware and Cutlery.
Sugar, CofTee, Molasses, Flour, Spices,
Teas, &c. Any article not aniswerinag to
description givena wll he exchangedc~, and
all sold at unusually low prices for (.ash.
Er GOOD)Sdelivered at Rail Road 1)3
pot free of charge.
Ja n 10, 1850. l y
C'IIINI, G1A88 & EIRTIIEN
Wholesale and Retail,
R, MORRISON, & Co.
FItST STORP. NORTil OF TIlE MARh'ET7
RI. M. &. CO. have on ~.nd a full andl
complete assort mnent oif CII.A, Gfet .S.
and E. All'hhI.V W AflIR, twgethier with
general assoirt..ment of 1ff? I1T'A .YI.1 AX.!)
l''ramned Pier and Tloilet L.ooking Glasses,
All of* their Stock hbeing ent irelv new,
and selected hv one of the firm, t hie flatoer
themselves, they will bie eniablen 'to give.
a. tristact ion, ton paurchasersr, hothI in prices
WVM. 11. ST.\N 2Y.
Arl24, 2(1 il
I haerebty eldre ntie' that applhic.itiona will bem
made'l to lhe. A'goIiatr oft his State. at its net
se*NIIIn for a road, frmi near thme hIouse f( E.
inaaud Stickey sen. , ton the, roadl from, lii.1.p
1i tlh'twn to ilndn, at t he lower eatnd of the planit.
111n (of Joel I 1a i is.
ishopville', t.. Aug~ti.. th, 185n. -l'.--t f
IS hierebhy given, thant a pplication will be
madte at thme next Session of the' I a.gislaiturn
of Soth Ii(Carolina, for a Chatrter of Inur
pinrationa for thea Village o f King.t ree.
ia mg.t ree, A ug. 20, 1850. - I '1m
Apphealution wil be1I mn~ade tol then I .et~ilatue
at it" nleat Scesion, by a numb.-r of Ph~tetr.
Mechianics and 3Ierhmat ti fr a ihater ito in
cinirinumite a (COTTO( N MlA Nh lFAC-l'l It INE
('OM PA NV, ao be locatced int or near Smtnter
A ug. 27, I850. 4f i 'm
Thle subscriber has madte arranagmnit' for
then mannafactuiiro of fromt Four to Fiv.. Thonuasandq
pairs of it.9 abovoe ariticle' by the FA ILI.. For
reforence a toa quality, hie would respect fully
refer persouns whlo may bei dispoedl tin purchase
ouf hum, to thoso who patrnazed him lasnt year.
As to prIce, Ihe ivill gntaranatee themi as loiv as
ecin be aflimnled;:
May 22 2 tf J. 310 CAN.
dtr kistrict, that~ h* as recently .,t
le Soutliertidaurketad which (or bee iy
1 n t oolsH E'
t1'1 n t '.iIt tt .hhs entyr
c th ny Rockers
W aliut Do.
&c. &c. &c.
Kin g .Street, V ctoria Range,
Ctarleston, S. C.
ed for Transportation.
Qllairtcgtt g 2tbucrtisetgteitte.
W. A. KENT & YIITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E S '' A B L I SII M E 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.
READ YJiADE CL OTIIING
A Il TICL',S'.
W.' A. KENT. G. It. ITeItIELT.
nKaaura iictory 1113 1Vuwasiungto
stoe<! N. Y.
May 1819. 30 tf
Trout & DeLange,
COJIMJSSION M E!? CHIANTS,
No. 112, EAST BAY,
Charlesm, .. C.
Keep constantly on hind, a large nasort
mcnt of Fresh burnt Stone lime, Rosen
dale Comett, laster of Paris, New York
Marble Line, 1Philadelphia white do., Gyp
sum, or Fnrmers manuring Plaster, Fire
and hearth Bricks, Plastering Ilair, and
unihsnitif MateriaIs in geetiral.
ORE l)lRM left with Messrs. .1. 'I'. SOi.
ONMONS &, CO. will meet with prompt
.Jan 23 Iy
MUSIC,'D MS~vL. spRUMEN'TS,
Kin irtet, $a t eJthe Lyre,
GEN'L. COM3flSSWON MERtCIANT,
Noe. 1 I'edu Rag, Chja rlson, N%. C.
I ceps alwvays on Iland a generrd Stock ot
broceries, &c., andl disposes of every des
eript ion of Produce at private sale.
G AtnSneN- Jatn 23, t f
W- C. Dukes & S4on,
C O M 3 T IS S I O A N E R CA)T
c onUs'roNTIATI C JI\r S
Jan 2:1 ly
Paul T. Villepigue,
(;RIl:R.tiI. C.o ).11 1119N 31I-:RCIIA.VT,
Chawrleston, 8. C.
VIniRO l ENDILESS C'I[AI\
All Pers.ons. wishting the above Elevators
enn he snyjp!ie by! t he Snbascriber, who is
the Agent for the District of Sumter S. C
R. F. IGON.
Sumttterville, Oct. :1st 111. 1 1
20,000 lbs, Iron Assorted,
5,O000 ydIs. ltra'n tn sirtintg and shetingtt.
.S harlf barr..ls, Noa. 1. 3tarkerel,
FrohI Subshi. W'ines' uad Irmt->nt Crackers and
nt fre,.h 'iuf.;dy of alt kindst ofi (ootd just ro,
t'ri ed, and fot .r Fiah-, bty
Fe tA 3. & P. 3M08 s.
T h. ttutdetr,.i.stned haintg Iltmovedl sie door
respect fully solicit the ,atronage heretoifur. fit
vouredg hv haiNn riinds amd the cit izett oIf Sutetr
genleraIlly, bieing satifieds tt Ihe ennI atccotnnnt,
Ies., contit~tng of a large andtel s,.leeI ed at.
1000 Feet 41 inc~h Copper riveted Gin
(bI Floor Cloth, Intdia Rnhlher ClothI,
Brnttweis Carpetittg, together with a fn'I
P'aintts, \Irntisht &ce. lFor Sile by
A. J. & P. MO)SES.
A Nice assorlzment of Spir
it gass TtLamps. Also, the Spirit.gaxs
For sale by
L.. II. IJA NKS.
The htigiost market ptice paid (hr WOOL
A. .1. & P. MOSl'R
B~rown,~ Lee & Co.,
A ltntut for the X,tI. E qf N A IAlIUA .tIAtN.
(!.' A(TU R iNG C'O.'. ( 000DX <tnJ Varen,
i msnn n lo e - -. .au7mm
1,UF T ,-i
DR. S. P. TOWNSENB '
OOUIND ERY~aCT OrV
Wonader asastd+ esesng of the "A
7se most estreardinery Asdicine in the WerLd
This Extraot~ai put up La Quart putt. gt Is als
limes cheaper, pleasasterand warranted superint
to asy 'sold. it Cure* isae. without popsiing
purging, elckenlog. or dellttisik tleel'Jsent.
The great beauty and mnperlnr1 of 'th Saria
perills over all other Medicines ti, while it eredi
ates disease, It Inuigorate. the bidy;,ites one of th.
SPRING AND SUMlERR- MVilc.ItESg
ever known ; it not only purfle bthe whole sye
tem and strengthens the pErson, biht It preates, new,
pure and rich blood ; a power ssesed by ulonthee
ledicine. And in this 1ies the grand secret of its
wonderful suedsisJt has pertonned within the last
two years, more than one hundred thousetid cures
of severe cases of diese, at least, 60.160-were eos
sidered incurable iN nas sated the lives of more
than 15,000 children t..a three past season.
100,000 cases of General Debility an(Waast
of Nervous Energy.
Dx. 8. P. Townssan's 8erssparilla invigoratee the
whole systemn permanontly. To those who have
lost their muscular energy, by the effeca of medi
cine, or indiscretion committed in youth or tlb ex
cessive Inlulgence of the pasions, and brought on
by physical prostration of the nervous s stan, las.
estude, want of ambition, fainting seusatius, prema.
lure decay and decline. hastening toward that fatal
disease, Consumption, can ;be entirely restored by
this leasant renedy. This Saksapiarilla Is far supe
nior toany "
As it renews and Invigorates the systen, gives so
tivity to the limbs, and htfength td: the muscular
system In a nest.extraordinary degreo
Conssuamption Cared. t
Cleanse and Strengthen. - Consumption. can be
cured. Bronc.hills, Censussylion, lArer Con.
plaint Colds, CatarrA. Coughs, .esta., Spittin;
is load, Soreness in the Chest,' li.stlk Flush,
Ni4 At $weat. DglIcui or Profusec Erpecteratieaa
Paln in the Side, a9c., Asse been and can be cure.
Da. 8. P. Townssao-l verily believe your'Sarsa.
perilla has been the means, throngh Providarce,
of saving my life. I have for several years heat a
bad Cough. It became worse and worse. At last I
raised large quantities of blood, had nig teweats
and was greatly debilitated and reduc-dend dial
not expect to live. I hare only used your Saris.
parilla a short time and there has a Vonderful
change been wrought in me. I am now able to
walk all over the city. 1 raise no blood, and my
coogh has left me. You can well imagine that I
am thankful for these results. Your obedient
servant. W.M. RUSSE., 65 Catherlne-st.
Do. S. P. Town eaan's Sars pa silsa is a sovereign
and speedy cure for Incipient :onsumrtion, Barren.
ness, 'rolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb, Cos.
tsvenes, pales. Leucorrhea, or Whites, obstructed
or dimcult ZMinstrustinn. Incontinence of'tUrins, or
involuntary discharge thereof, and for the general
prostration of the aystam-no matter whether the
result of inherent cause or causes, produced by ir
regularity, illness or accident. Nothing can he more
surprising than its invigorating effects on the human
frane. Persons all weaknoss and lassitude, from
taking it. at once become robust and full of energy
under its influence. It immediately counteracts
the nervelessness of the female frame, which Is the
grent cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex pected
of us. In cases of so delicate a nature, to exhibit car
tificates of cures performed, but we can assre the
aliicted, that hundreds of cases have been peported
to us. Thonssnds of cases where families have been
without children. after using a few bottles of this
Invaluable Medicine, have been blessed with Ane
healthy offspring. *
Great Dlesesng to Mothtee asisd Obaltfes.
It is the eafest and most e etual.aediclae f[r
puridying the system, and rel ving sings
attan nt upon childJtir , t .
steengthns both the mother a
pain and disease. increases and eat
tbsse who hvae used it, think it .
Ishighly seful both bes,
be It pvteents d~eeiea ues
it Catjitnea4 Mar
cannn; as no
OfJreCtan old andl highlyr~abq1i.
gymun o the liaptist Denosmntisn,? hthn the -
following certificate at Dr. 8. r. Townsenyl'stolitee
It speaks faa- itself.
Di. it. P. Towresr en-Dear Sir: I em constrained
to give you a statement of the benefit I dterived
from usinig your Sasrapaerilla, belheving, by
doing, I shall render a benefit to tlaose who, are
fering as I have bwen. I wan re,tucead for n. al
months by the D3i spcpsia, so mutch that it wan wish
much ditticulty for mie to walk or keep about
badl also a totter, which coveredl the most-part of
my head-whichs was extremnal troublesaome and
sore ; it got to tbe almost. a sceb. I utrait quite a
number of renmedies for both the comlaients, but
received tittle or no benefit, until I tooh your bar.
aprslla, which, throngh the kinnsess of P'rov&.
.Ienmce, has restored me to mocre thissi my usual
health,. as I ens now enjoying better than I have faor
a number of years. I am now 60i yecars of age. I
believe it to he an inreluisble medicine, and recomn
mend it to my numerous acquaintances, which is
very large, am I han been a sniniter a grest maany
years i nethis hasty sketrh ma lie as much
benefit toyaas your ntedicine has t ie.
July II i 1847. JOh N SE&Ulik iecle~
The inhlowinsg wan sent to our Agent In flab.
way, bay the ier. J. O. TU7NISON, of te Melthodtist
E:piscopsal Church-one of the most learned and re
saoetedl in thae connection-sod is another evidence
o. the wonderful ed'ects of Dir. s. P. Townsend's
Sarsaparilla ou the system.
Faeen 'esassox-ilaving for some time pas
you are aware, experienced great general deiiy
of my system, attendedl with constant arxl alamutg
irritation of my thrtsat anid lungs. I was, at youin.
stance, anal in conasequence of baring reads Captain
.\IcLean's decidled testibnony In Its behalf, induced
to try Dr. S P 'Townsendl's far-famed Starsaparilla.
I tried it, I conifess, more In the hope than In the
confidence of its psuving emecacioss biut lam boutnil
in cuindiar now to. acknowledge, that I hadl not triedl
It long before I began to expeuience its salutary
effects ; amid I may now say, with Captain MlcI.ean,
"that I would not be without it on any considesa,
tion." It has done me more good than any pro.
vious remedy I have tried, and If this statement is
deemed lby you of any importance, you have my
full consenst to make it lubl ic,
ltah wray, Augusst 3d, lul47. J. 0. TUNIsOI.
This certificate concelusively proves ths,t thaie
Sarsapsarilla haes perfect conitrol over the moat oht
stinsate diseases of thme hblota. Tihsree persons cured
in one house is unprece~len~ted.
Drm. 8. P'. Towmvram-Dear Stir: I have the pDlea.
sture to inform yots that three of in childiren htare
been curced oft the hicrofusla by the use of you;
excellent medicisne. They were amicted very
severely with had Sores ; haeve taken only tout
bottles :it took Sham away, for which I felay
self under groat obligation.
I8AAC W. C A IN, 106 Woosterast
OPINIONS Or PHYSICIANS.
Da. S. P. Tewraer Is almost daily receiving
orders from Physicians in different perts of the
This is to Certify that we, the utndersigne4
P'hystcians of the Ctty of Albansy, hare an nunmer
ous case. paescribed fDr S. P T'ownsend'~s iasa.
rilla, and believe it to be rane of thsaet valuabi
prepiarutions ina the nmarket.
ii. P. PULINO, M. D.
J. WiLSON, Mt. D.
R. BI. .IIR100I, Mi. D.
P. E.. E.LMEFN DORF, MI. D.
A lbassy, A pril 1, 181?.
Dr. 8. ?. Townsend's P'rinci I Ofice has beta
removedi front l Futton, tato Nassau street In
the buailing formerly occupied by theSoh
Anr'evt.--lending & Co., No. B State.street, andi
Mrs. E. gfidder, No 100 Court-street, 5oete '
8emuel tXbiJer. Jr., Lowell; t en~ Prt.~ly
James B1. Green, Worcestar tA ~a & Genl
Concotrdt; J. Dalch & Son. Providence e nd b
Dtrugg ite sad M'rchants generally throughout the
Unite States, West Indies. end the Canadas.
A. J. & P. MOSES,
Sole Agents for Sumter District
A. F. Allen,
PLASTFRf:R AND IPCKLAYhn
hang ha~d conhsidorable-eyperiqece in
t\he ove line ofibtiies5 yespecl
t wet oftjtju 1 111t0o the publc.Alljo i l..
ed to hitnt, will beo exerttt.d O~*th tie nnes
amis dispatch, nud wa'rrarriatn toive rnim'.
1.action. lPlastering linitsed ins superior?
.luno 12 '33