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~ .bu & Mu l dhh he brag
the Nfthevrhiang Westernes dm i atho
Chareato Col at iu sid amdn.
WDue at 6.2 P. M
y'at ' 5 P. M.
OTON MAIl, VIA MT. CLIO.
Oiday at :8 P. M.
Cl Tueday at , 5 P. M.
Du tilrday at : 6 P. Aj.
Closes Ties day at : 5 P. M.
YANCES FERRY MAIL
D& *edncedays & Sundays at 6 P. M.
C0si-Friday and Monday at 5. P. M.
PLOWDENS MILL MAIL.
Due Monday at : : 8 P. M.
Closes Saturday at 5 P. t.
'ULTON MAIL VIA STATEBURG.
Due Monday Wednesday and Friday.
CloseaIonday Wednesday and Friday.
IBISHOPYILLE, MEC1A NICSVILLE,
MILL GftOVE, MT. ELON, PLEAS.
ANT VIEW, &C., VIA CAMDEN.
D]entWednesdays& Saturdnysato 1-2 r.s;
Closes Tuesdays 4- Fridays at b r. x
Willopen every day at - 8 A. Al.
Will close at - - 12 1-2 P. Mt.
Will open at - 2 1.2 P. M.
Will close at - 7 P. M.
July 2, 1851. 36 tf
IS NOW OPEN
OR TRE ACCOMMODATION OF THE
E I an excellent and commodious building,
new and well fitted up, and lately put in a
state of complete repair. Tho rooms are large.
o n and airy; fine Family parlors well furnish.
The Table will be supplied with every thing
whieh an excellent country market will afford,
attended by the best servants.
The BAR will be supplied with the choicest
WInes and Liquors.
Wie STABLES are well fitted up; attended
by careful and experienced Ilostlers, and well
supplied with Prrovender.
Also Lots prepared for the accomdation of
Drover., with excellent water conveniences.
Theo will at all times, be an Omnibus in
attendance to convey passengerm to and from
The Subscriber having had several year. ex.
perence in the above bu'ines', feels confident
in aaying in that he will be able to give general
satisfoation to all who may favor him, with
their patronage, aml he im determined to use every
exertion onl hIs part to please.
H. J. WILSON.
June 11th, 1851. 33 hm.
Spring and Summer Goods.
The subscriber will receive in a few days a
handsome masortmesnt of Spring and Summer
Goods, consisthzi in pa t a. fullowum
CALICOES; Ginghams, 1rench, English and
Amerienn; C haibrey; Plaid Muslin; Or
gandy do., Printed Jaconet; Ombra enb'd.
Swin Muslin; Plaid Swivs do.; Dutted do.
lace tantillas; Linen Cambric HkIk. from
12 1-2 to $7; Jenny Lind ScarFS ; Belts; Blonde
Veils, Black Silk Lace do.; Enbr'd Cufi; do
Sleeves; Worked Collar; Laces, Edgings and
Inisertings; Agate Buttons for Dresses; Linen
Goods of variuns qualities, Hosiery, Gloves.
Fans; Parasols, of all qualities; Umbrellas;
Embrd. Satchels; Comb', Brushes, Perfumery,
Ready Made Clothing.
vr) Hats, black do., high and low
*6 !Panama Lehorn, Straw, Palm Leaf
a eSportin 11.
Cofree, Sugars, Molasses, Salt, White wine and
clder Vinegar; Rice ; Pepper, Spice, Gingr;
*Pickles; Wilne, Soda and Butter Crackers; l',
Itaisins; Ginger Preserves; Sardine., Sac,
* Soap, Candle'., &c. &c.
30,000 Fine Spanish 8e aa; half Spanish udo.
Eldorado, Gol Leaf, 1o1gh end Ready, and
common Tobacco, fir maul low for cashs or to
punctual customer'., by WV. J. FRtA NCiS.
Under the oflice of the Sumter Danner.
(LATE PLANTERS' HOTE L,)
*CAMDEN 8. C.
THE Subscriber having purchased this
extensive and well known Estahhshm~ent,
and having added largely to its convenience
and comfort, by a new addition of Furniturre
and thorough and complete repairs, beg.
leave to informn the Public, that he is
prepared to entertain all who may favor
hm with a call, in a manner hitherto
unknown in the town of Camden.
He deems it unnecessary to make any
dtpedges, only so far as to say that his Tr~nm.E
*will 'be supplied daily as wvell na any in the
State; attended by polite and attentive
I-is STABLE5, will be bountifully supplied
*ith Provender and attended by the very
No pains will be spared to keep a quiet
and orderly House.
Camden, June 4, 1':51i, 34 3m.
Improved Cotton Gins.
T1hank ful for past favours. the subscriber wish
es to inform the public that he still nmanufac
lures Cotton Gi att hi'. estalhi.smonc in btate
burg, on the most improved and approved plan,
'which lhe thinks that the cotton gmnned on one
of those gins of the late improvoement i'. worth
at least a quarter of a cent more than the cot.
?tn ginned on the ordinary gin. H~e also mant
ufactuten them on the most simnpl construction,
*of the finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wIt, Steel Saws and Steel Plated IRibs Case
hardened which he will sell for $2 per Saw.
He. also repairs old gins and puis. them in corn
pete order at the shortest nonice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and ptnctually attended
to. WIbJLIAM ELLllSON.
Stateburg, Sumter Dint,8S. C. April 23, 26 tf
TBoulnty Land Claims.
prosecusion and collection of claims for "GOfi
cars and Soldiers who have been engaged in
the Military services of the United States."
* His faciltIes are such a to ensure the promopt
- R. lit. DYSON, Agent.
ASumterville, A pril 30th, 1851 '27 tf
DUNN & DUR YEA.
WHOLESALE AND~ RETAIL'
Nto. 238 King street,
BAIIWRL 0. UtTNN, CIRETi. .C
OHN DURYA, C RETN .O
May 21st, 1851 30 f
Permons having demands against the Es
to~of ,. Richardson, Dec'd. are requested
t went them duzly attested, and those in..
S to raak .payment to
:and Suummer Goods
tbseg br1bi no*n euiving his PRING
a'ow Or, GOOD, wih ie obrs.to the
s O asd-od4Ioes; ewaieting in part as
d Organde Lawns,
Eiabroklered " Muslina,
Wove Thread Lace,
Aphia Lace Capes
Sup'rfine" " Ribbons TrnimmJ
Ladies Balloon Sleeves
" Needled worked Collar",
" c, " " Mourning;
' anige Trismings,
Silk Pendants Trimmings,
" Neck Ribbon 4
" Black and colored Kid Gloves,
" Cotton "
Brown and Drab Linen Drills,
Swiss and Mull Muslin;
Linen Caanbrick liiankerchliefs,
Marion Plaid and Striped lonespun,
Marlboro "" ,, "
English Long Cloths,
Charleston 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings,
Grunitville 7-8and 4.4 "
DeKalb Cotton Osna burg.,
Sr o-s Faicy Prints Colors warrentedl,
" Furniture Prints,
" lording ,
Ladies Blackand colored Gaiter,
* Seal Skin Slippers,
" " " Walking Shoes,
Gents Black and colored Gaiters,
" Fur and Silk Matp,
" eghorn nd Panama Ilats.
GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND CROCK.
ERY, &c. &c.
20 Barrels best Baltinore Flour,
5 Kegs best Goshen flutter,
12 Buzes fine English Cheese.,
All of which he ofiers.low for cash or to punrtual
T. J. DINKINS.
April 9, 1851 24 if
JAMES E, SPEAR & CO,
W oeelesale usad Retaill Dealers
Watches, Jewelrl, Silver Ware,
Fancy Goode, Regalia, JC. No.
235 King Street, opposite Haell
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
The Subscribers would reqnent Merchants
and others visiting Charleston to call an iex
amine their assortment, comprising one ol the
largest in the city. Coulfident that their prin-v
will compare favorable with those of any othenr
and the quality of every article i. warranted.
Particular attention laid to orders. Every
variety of Regalia for lasons, Odd Fellows,
and Sons of Temperance.
Agents for Wilders Fire Proof Safes.
Oct. :10th, 1,5W 1 tf
Wliereas I iave this day taken osses
elon (as Ordinary of said District) ( the
personal property as derelict of Jont
Hanks late of Stituterville dec'd; and I
avail myself of this method to ni.-Ittfy all
persons indebled to tib dec'! to r-,k in.
mediate payment to Mr. L B. h Hanks, my
Agent (in this particular;) an:! tlhosc liv.
ing demands against dec'd w.l 1nd ibem
in duly attested accordinur to law.
W. L WIS, o. s. n
Aug. 2d 1830 41 yr
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute oirders. to
any extent in the atbove :me, hot h for m
workand repairs. OUr Gins axre no~t amr
passed by any mnade ini the State, ;>(oSSesing
all the ad vantages of the Falling Breast
and Sliding Ribs, whlkhl saves a great dleal
in way of repairs. We nalso use the Steel
Plate Saws, r ith teeth set in m a ngle that
cannlot possibly injiure the tim-ttape
with an inprovtmem -o re'gulate the mnotmng
of the cotton; outr brush as constructed on a
plan, giving at once, the adlvantag~es of
lightness, strength and for,-e-all very
ma~terial in thme suiccessful operatIioni of
Gin. We would itnvi:e- planters to c;
at our shop1 andt examine for thiei es..
.,-hilst we wouldl assture the imbhel~ gence.
1y, that they shall have no c:, tse. to com,
plain either of our work or pirice.'d
We are also prepared to dou work im th.e
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. WtV:r d
robes Safes, Book cases, Stzands. T-tble,,
Cupboards, &c. &c. at short notice, or.
IIUD)SON & BROTVPl1E R
Opposite the P'resely/erian clhurch,.
Sumterville, A pril 22. 18-17. -at0
MARTIN & BRYAN,
F ACT O R ,
COMM ISSION ME R! CHJA MTrS,
lloyce 4i- Co.'s Wharf,
CHi A RtL E STOI N ,S. C.
JAMES MtAnTIN. T~toMAS A. ttVAN.
Mr. RODERT MAntTtN, Charleston,
"IR. O'NrEA t., Co~oi,i
" C. J. SzH A NoN, Canitlen.
"JAs1F's WatIour, Chierawv,
"3. Rt. Aimcus, WVimnsborn.
ADvANCEs made oin Cottsm and othe.
Produce shipped to them. E4Y - 'art ceiair
attention given to 'Ihe pu.rchasetn of lIaggmy.,
Rope, amif Pamiy Suippiems.
A pril 9, 1851 21 3
WM. C. GUERRY, Mi. D., will promptly
attend to all professioird calls. Residesice r,:ia
Mile South of Providence.
March, l2tha, 1351. 20 t
Pastry Cook awl Ilaker o~f Cakesx, r4-e <-.r
Offers her services to the citizens of
Sumter and the adjc'ining D .istricts in thei
preparation of bridatl feasta, part) -"uppers,
&ce. Hier long experienen and servie i.,
ever dprtment of lier b'iiiness-, isilis
he nengaging to give enmire na isfaction,
to her employers.
She may be found by applicattion at the
Barber's Shop in this place.
Sumtoervijle, Jan.th, lF)I II l f
A. F. Allen,
PLASTERE~R AND BRICK L,.'1:,
1Inving had considerable experience iin
Athe above line of bumsiniess, respe-ct.
fully solicits a sharo of the patron
5age of thte public. All j0o.s enttruasl
et to h imt, will be executed with fenmoss
and diepatch, and warranted to give satas.
faction. Plastering fitished ini superioir
June 12 33
T .RD ANNUAL FAIR
r Tu m
South Carolina Institute.
THE Third Annual Fair of the 80 U T H
CAUOLINA INSTITUTE, for the promotion
of Art, Mechanical Ingenuity and Industry,
will be held in Charleston. S. C.. opening on
MONDAY, 17th November, and contincalxeg dur
p-cimens in every branch of Mechanism,
Art and Industry; so of Cotton Rice, Sugar,
Tobacco and all other Agricultura Product., are
solicited for which sutable premtium. will be
The following special Preniums are offered.:
For the Fix best specimens of Steel made from
Slinrianlucrg or other Iron this product of a
-ounelen hinte, und manufaectured into Edged
lools or any kind-A Gold Mledal.
N. I.-A specin'sn of the liteel in Bars to be
sent with tho 'I'ools.
For the largest quantity of Cocoons raised on
ote plantitation, not less than Ten Bushels-A
Goled Medal or $50.
Fir tie lcrg..c.t qintity of Spun Silk the ro
ducccl i anly one plan'ieeon. not less than on
Pomonb4--A Gold flednil or Preniun of 950.
For the beet ea Isiulnd Cotton Gin, on some
new prinelille, stiperinr to thait now In general
use; or Io- any real ucndl Itiaonlrtint improvenent
on the presient one-.A Gbi d Me-la.
For the, inventionr of a set aible. machine for
l'ulveritigr Iteol epPeir- .A Gold biedal.
For the 4" 8t,-am Engine-A Gold Medal.
For the best model Steam Fire Engine-A
A lirge anid commodious building has been
seliecteI for the' Exhibition, and every care will
bei msjd it) ite reception and att ae of Articles sent
to tif. Fair. All Specimens inut-t bo in by the
Contributcr, to the Fair are respectfully rc
quested whein they forward Sptcimesitn for Lfz
hibie n, ce I.mcl :all descriptions of the Articcex,
mid sitch'. imfn naatiron in geecnl as may be of
use, and lroeir for pitblication.
Addreis J. Hf. TAYLOR,
Chatirimnti of Committee on CurrLspondence.
June 25.th, 1851. 35 tI
TIlE Subwcriber poRne .i Reecipjt. to ena
ble- ancy peron to make Ice, in atny climate,
vith hut little expjens-e or trouble. The proce
is simple., r.d can be accomplislel by the' most
limited untderstunding, so as to produc iuau
even wtart water, in the iorttest climate, a pure
ice, equtal in every enuential to that fomvd by
natural cauis. 'he liuury of always havig
at one's will, in the heat of'ucmmer, a pure and
delicious Ice. will readily l- coetasded; and its
advannges, in cmens ofsickres, Ccannot he too
greatly prized. fly this same procis wonni
water can be rendered delightfully cold in about
5 minutes, acid ice creams, with many other
luxuries, cat iee male in from 10 to 20 minintes.
The followin: inice of theis great discovery
is taken from tich- New York Scun:
"A lb:A. -l.oXI aV.-Dr. James R. Wil.
mlingne prodce.s, by an artifieial process. pure
and solid ice, froim wiarmv water, in the heat of
stmmer. in i than half leour. And le can
render a harrel of water as cold as ice itself
mt it very few minites. This discovery must
be of iiieense value to all living South.
.ERts.-This receipt, whiel centnins full
instructions for making ice and ice creat's,
cooling witer, and enumerou otiler useful
matters wi I he forwarned to order for Two
Dollars, by dnhIres"ing
Dr JAS. R. WIt.tIiNGaToN,
122 Nassau st., N. Y.
One Agt: on1ly will ie appinted in each
"cInty, acnd thiose desiing ite agency imuest
firwiTeerc $50, for wcich the.v will receive
37 copie of the paephilet, containing full
June 25th, 1851
A. A NDERSON,
Saissate-rvi1le, S. C.
Respectfully infeormos the people of Sum
ter lDstrtit that lie ines just received and
now offers fo sale thec best selected aned
most eloice stock of
Sprilsag stad Sumlasssher Goods
Tint hase ever been brought to thin rrket.
io ha received many new styke of Spring und
Sumereiee Goods. whiechc pucrchaacers woul d
wreIl to examinie be thre~ buy ing elsewhere.
. Dmens D'et.s, llrwceIclothc, Cast merets, rP.
lie. ClocthI, plc iai nn'l fae Caedmeurs Da)ecx k
D~rillinegs, 'l'weud l.inim Drillinegc,, Satin, 3Mar
seilles cued F-ancy Vesting. constanttly on heaned.
A fcri. and large sucpply of Horsiery, Glive,
Sij.nder. Cra', aen, I 'medkerr-hic f., &c.. &c*.
tell ci wheiech "ill he sol on the eaet liberal
termiis, amci at priee ern, suit the timees.
EF G:anniceens mcatinlfneurese by thesuhbscri
het. ad wnirraeeel toe give. maisfacetieon. Or
cler. froem a dlistanece- pmomptly act eed to.
A. AN lII0N.
A prii loth, 1851 25 '.; cf
D. J. WINN,
YIERCIEANT T i ILOR.
WouhtclI reepecetfuelly infberm hiis friends aend
ti "' hee g'en--rally thate he nowi leas ocn hand
ce] cefl-- rs focr csale onit reasonnlehe termtia a large
tied slenedlid aessortment of ('lethlis, 'a--r-imeuru
-cee .and stitcj,. with Ilinte, Cape..
8eepn-l.rnr, S. reliae., .%ockse, fine hn-.4~
enci ande Mcserino .:hlirts, Draiwe, s,
Gloes., hannd. e'rchi-fce, teimbrellac, &c.
Mlen aned. heoy, lleny 3lead.- Clutheing of eve
ry dlesceriptin iand vaeriecy.
,Comlee. 31 ilitary (ttt., Uiiforms,* Swordp
a anl*-te, &c. , feiriedee at shorcct netiec.
Unif-irme for 5ecuuecr !tiltemen fuirnishled en
LUllie 'ne,'een's are p-eli-tr!y riechconsis~ing
of far rilcer patel~srn- thn ever previouesly ez.
ehbite~d ine thi..esrket.
Oct. 16. 1850 51 i
Thle csubtscriber haliteu mede hii FI!JlNI.
TIllRE WVAtElWOO3it cc ir. A. J. Shoes,'nlewi
buialdintg t(up-stairs) wheret hce wrill keep core
scantly ten hantd, a gcenrl assorctent of Fur
niture-. censistineg ini paaref of
I ireh'ing lIuereacee. lain aend
Slaerble Toep, Socfas and 1i.
vaces, Feoot Stool., Ottmners. Waerdlroett, pelain
ande Slelehoganey. 4 'anedh- ctandls, Iiinacg. Teen
heighe undt low jns l teleteadees, Slahoccgaeny doe.;
()tlie.., Siig. Nucrsicng ande ltr i Chairs oif
every dlesercjptionn. loiet
niturae madle and reaire~d at the sheortesu
Plaieat lie ahgancy (Coll'ins feernci -cled t. r
Tih,.enieub-craiber in jr -; tred . tee f-ini lilineis,
Sanil .indi Mo-a i 'har-ii cle, ci Pri -
ile~ will ee-ec hi.Wt ili.. lice! :P 'lee,
Old. Stande. wheere tell cerrs ici hce lice. ;h
peucrecaiy actienede i..
D, W. PRICE,
Y1erchIant TIai lor'.
le'epcetfeelly ie nree. his friendsil andrl theet mbie
generilly thatce he Ie. jue.. re~nceiived a New i St. ck
"f 'it ING A Nl> 51-3131 Eht (oaiiS ccen~j..t
icng of fIrt'nl h ofnl c ari -ue s nicendc aned ecol
ers. Vinte t'aecj ieren, lilack tand St c ipedn. cehc-e
Cleece (f \ otuings. Se ice. Silk aced Whitea ine
siile's, lentefew~try kind. Ilfandnkvr'ebetef. t-re,
'enu. K iid' ;le'. he.-bo-leea. All jermnc
wtishimng canyheineg ice hi- !ncne wi edI wellc1 teoscall.
(ceeet enn h e s'enenle. at the shcortestc notice.
lairehf2--h, 1.,5l 22J tf
The nelnh'ribcer lens made arranegsements fior
the mecnecfnactemsa frnm Fo s- ur ten Five T'heucsand
pascst of the aboe, ati-c- by t he FA I..,. Foer
refe'rcece asc tno *e .lity, le wouneld rsectfuclly
refecr piersens we ien, rma y lie d1ispois -ci toi puer'case
of Irime, toC ih~s inw* h laet renijzed heim last yeari.
Ate tno pric'' eee ne ill gmerntee~ thoem as beow can
Mlay 22 2 cC f1 MO01lGA N.
Shoes ! Shoes !
Jladiesa' blacck inclonered tir.
lid aced .11 'en eo Slipe ande Tice.
N -E -A cSiOEo-&. c
Piacetationi l-eaciner, for ceale lowae hi
WV. J. FIs-A C18,
udnder the Office oef the Sumnter Banner.
.Iom n l8'"
Manatacturer of Buggles,
LIGHT CARRIAGES, &a.
Returns hi. sincere'thmnk. to
the citizens of fumtr District
for their liberal atronage iither
to bestowed and bNgs leave to inform them that
he keeps constantly on hand the above articles
of his own manufacture atl warrants the same
to be of the heat material, workmanship, anti of
the latest style. His prices shall compete with
the Charleston prices, and an to durability, no
comparleon - to be convincetu, you will please
call at his darriage IteposItory on Broad Street,
under the Town IIall and examine for your
With twenty years experience, and Liberty's
Ile'll vie with the country and the arts of
May 14th, 1851 99 tf
Jaundice, Dyapepsia, Cirone or
Nervous Debility, Disease of
ing from a Disorder
ed Liver or Stomach,
such as Constipation, in
ward Piles. Fullness, or blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Sto.
Wnln0i, Nausea, He'artburn, Di8
tuist for Food, F ilntess or weeiqht in
the Stonach, Sn'tr Eructationd,
Sinking or Fluttaring at the
Pit of the Stomaich. S'wim
Wningl of the H1ead. Hu'er-ied
and dificult Breathing,
flutter-ing at the Heart,
Safocating sensations inhen in a
Lying l'osttre, Dintness of
iuion, Dots or Webs be
fore the Sight, Ferer
and dill pain in the
Hzead, Det iency
ASkin and T /es. Pain
in the Side, lBark, C'heat?,
Limbs, Su., Sudden Flushes
of heat, Biurning in the F lexh,
Constant imatiinin!'; <! fEvil, and
Great bepression of Aprits, can be
EFFECTUAL.LY CURmD 11Y
Celebraented Gcrassaan Bitter,.,
.ft I-1.EPIARED) .'
DR. C. M. JA'KSON,
GRR.1IA v .ST':nO'ir ' R E,
No 120 %rIa St., t-1 lhha.
Thi/r poswr o'er the canwe desros--s es nt er.
reled. f equalled, by n, t her p --;.oraticn in the
Vnied Statex. as /he enres afteSt. in malny utxes
affter skilfel physit inns haluftilerd.
These Jliter- :re worthv the attention of imn
'alids. Po'en-eesing eat, vi'rtues inl tihe reiiiica
tiO.HN ofdiseraLnt. of the L.iver and !e- ee - glands,
exereising the a,4 sevarchine er en weak.
ness and alection '' titw digi" iIve organs, thr'y
are, withal. safe. eer'ain arnd (4enan14ft.
READ AND lBIE CO.NVINCED.
ClIAs. RonsNO, Est. Faeton. Sd., in a
letter to Dir. Jak-<mi. Jani. 9, 18'>0, muil
' y ife anti nyset f hae receivedA mn- -t
.fit iruom your miedicine than any other we have
ever takei for the Dispepsiez ant? Lirer disense."
"Tut TENTn1 IAGtoN." pUblieed at Wood.
stock, Va., Junuary 10. lRYA. .anit
"A GIIEAT M7i)ICINE."
"Wea have unifonrtmly refrained frein recem-,
tmcedi1e tel the publeic anyl of2 lhe vari''nnsh Pat-t
31edi"m,- " f ' lu-nt ?a y, tiletw~ thr- 'tglbly ceon
*:.'i of l etir vahlte. Atnme':, those' econ-idt.
er wotr thy of noti'e is the (erneun fliittre, in
vented by II'r. Hoeahnd, anti prep~aral byt Dr.
Jackson, in Iliiadlhhia. Onel ins.tane. in
pxartiettiar, in wthtielt lhe 'ttp'etior e.irtnes of this
obsu'ervatinen. IDnrinsg ilhe laet t'nmm r* a s.t 2 of
Mr. Antan.l.1 'at titlt.t.. of theis coutnty. was
very seriousley atfflit ' with ILit er comlphainit,
aund afl riring in vin~ variotus rn'meie--. he
pulrchasedtc a bottle--of the liittern,anti atter n'.
ing it, was ste, much r~jeeliee his dliiatn'-'ing
malady, that he precurced another bo:ale,~ and ie
restOndlenel o heal~nth." I.AC
Jn en-r MI. M!. No.te, at entienmn with, gr,-at
se'entifm il nd terary a'tatnettun, siaid in his
"eNmw Yonxc WrEIt.Tv 31Esnn.e-an," J.nmua
ry 6. 18,4
"Dla. lloott.Astn'n GEnst.4n ht-rvens.
Ihere i= in [ereparaitionl which tihe leading pressess
int tihe I'mlne appear ii~lt ite n naanmous itn re
commlte':nlinlg. ari tihe n-at--e'n is ebiette. It in
manic af'e'r at preecri'tieon futrnnishede hv' ene enfthe
mtfl relebiirated phyn'i ins etf tmotiern times,
tine late lI r. Chirir tonph-r WVilhelm I lmoofland,
I'-eor to tine I'niversity oef Jena. Pnrivante
Phiysiciain teo tine Kinng of l'rntnia, aund onne etf
time greatest medical write rni Grrmany has ever
prne hi. lie was emtphnatneaiill ''eny of
humnhung,- anti thnerefoere at mfediemtie of wich'i hie
was thinentar and enose'r miay in- cnti-i
entiy reliced on. lie spnecialiy re'commtnendedn
It inl l.ie'r & omiplaint, i)y5lpepsiat, lihilitye
V'ert igo. A cidity ofC tihe tormeh', Coenst ipai tin
anti ail comitplaiiti arising fromt a dlisoneed
coernnlitio'n ofC tine nstech, tine liver and thne irn
testines. N ine Philadelpihia paeltkrS Ciexre
their ncnicjtint of its e'xctlelmee, and' teveral
nef tine editors nnpeak of itne eillets freetm thin'r onwn
itiiniiuaClxperiiece. I'ndelcr thiese cirenm-te
etances, we' fee? wanrranmted, tnt mnly itt c'aiing
tiht atteitnt etf tnur re'aderst teo thle pr'eent prne.
pnrie'tor's ( Dr. C. M!. Jackso'..nt'n pntnretarnein,
hntt it recommewhi'n'itg tine article to all afihlit
MOR E EVID)EN(E..
Thie "Pnmiti..nrnt.rit S"'r~er nrv Gae-r-r.Tr,"
tine best famuily new'npaper pninub i ini tine
I 'nted Staltes. thie' editeor sav of
D)11. lOOh~t.A N II'S (;Elt3IA N liil'I' EliS.
"it i sciom tha.t wte rt'enomm,'eini whiat are
te'rmled l'atetlnt edicines to tint conitfidne' antI
patronnage of enr rczede: ainde therefenre'. whient
wte recomend~t' Dr. Il'noutlatunl'cGerme'an litters.
we wti-n it tol b,-- Iitin'tlIy undteerttod that we
arc no:t n'peaking onfine noct reims of tine dlay. -hait
are tiniwd' abou'tt for an bnrief pn riodi aund tinhen for
gntntn afte'r thney htave dniee thei r gility rae' eef
tmiine- . but eof a tmedine nt'ng estabbiie,n
tunt e'r-c ily prizedaend wm hi i nan tie t tine
hnearty alppreval eef tin.-'Faetnity itself.''
Evt ieine' upe'i eviidence has bnen rece'ived'
(like' the foerveeig) fromntllI sectins' oft tine l'n.
lenn, the lnan't It'e years. and thi/e stro'ne~rs1 te's!i
timng in isfant-or, es, tht'tt thenre Iit', noeto it ins
it in tin, prate ens' of tiht reguar l'heyntemns oef
Phene ithi ctphint alil otheir ntroimtnc 'omed,n
a facit thant enne e'asily hn:e' enie td ands fully
wtitih thieir gjnie't approlnt n hnen peentted e vt'n
im tn h ifrtm.
'Thait ti mlediinte wi lit enre' Iive r comtlin iint
ande I eniepeesia, tic ente elim ceenat, aifter n'nng nt
as directte''. It ar-ts ei' t.hlily upn the Htnim
ennb attn1 mvet --n' ic eref'ei 'thie it -alme int ajj
Iilios discnsr's --thle ti'et 1-" imm t.ediate. They'
cann be aietmitute ed'n to, vrat e. .r. er e w ~ r
wtusni' iema.' rehnhh-t inclnefit, al ttny imte.
'Tiis~ mheiin hs am tin ilheat l'hit chla rne.
ner whi'h i" neecenry fonr all mitedities to ait
ttin toe inm ht c'onin'.:r'eiters tee pmt foirtih a ".pl.
rinetue artic'l' ant time rtk otf tihe ivten onf thoste whoi
are ienntenIt I Ideeiv'ed
i'll-: U E-: r'. I
They' heave thne wtrittn Fignaet te, nf 4'. 31.
J AC'lKNON tpen tihe n raper. aendn tine mtne
blowtn Inn the honsttle:, wijitout i t hry a~e~ res spc.
iFnr satle, wthlesale andI -eaaii, an thet
No' 2n) A l(?li Xtre'et, tent leer bnehaw Sittl,
(hats of 278 Ittr -treet.) llad~hia, an ,jh,
resp~en'tabile diealers general-sly throuighiout tin'
Alsco, for salet in 'S'tmterv'ile bny
It. X. Mh1'.I,ETT'.
July '31st. 1850. .40.
0,r We are authorized to
annt ce f r."J. DINEINS, F~q., a'andidate
for Olerkof the Court, at the ensui .
M1ANY V Rs
April 16thl 4j - 25 'f
* The Friends of W.
LEWIS announce him a Candidate for the
offico of Ordinary, at the ensuing election in
Feb. 19th, 1851 17 tf
Uci The Friends of Rev,
FREDERICK RUSH, announce him as a
Candidate for tho office of Ordinary, at the
Nov. 13th, 1850 3 tf
GP Messten. EDITORS: You will pleae an
nounce Air. AMOS A. NIETTLES a candidate
for Orlinary of Sumter Distrietat the nexteelec.
tion and oblige 1ANY VOTERS.
Jan. 29th, 1851 14 tf
OJ* The friends of A. B. Brad
ham, Esq., announce him as a candidate for
the office of Sheriff at the next election.
larcb 29th, 1849, 24td
OTrWe are authorized to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum
er District, at the next Election.
1pWe are autlaorized to
atnnounce Col. JOHN C. RHA ME, a can
didate for the office of Sherifr, at the ensu.
Time Frienuds of Richard
B. BROWN, announce him as a Candi
hltte for the Offico of Sheriff of Sumter
District at the ensuing Election.
ax. We are authorized to announce Maj.
blUN BALLARD, as a candidate fo
8heriff at the ensuing election.
The frieads of Wiizasmn
A. COLCLOUGIJ, Esq. announce him
is a :andidate for Sheriff at the next
FOR 'AX COI1LEC'OR'0 .
_"y7' 1Uisag. EnmTroS: Please annonice
51r, JOIN F. IIALLA RD, a candidate for Tax
Collector, at the next electkm, and oblige
F--brary 5th, 1851 15 tf
wr-We are authorized to
innouice JOHN \V DARGAN, a candi
late for Tax Collector, for Claremont
_ounty, at the next Election.
?-cr We are authorized to
innotm re A LEXANDER WATTS, Esq.
-s a Catibiiaite for Tax Collector,of Clare
nont county at the ensning Elect ion,
KR The Friends of Thos,
. S31.I, annonnee hin an a candidate for
e oflare of Tax Collector, for the County of
NovemNber6, 1850 2
CW We are authorized
onnnimnre Capt. J. W. hTl7CKEY as a can.
.idate tfr Tax Collector fur Salem County, at
he! nout electron.
Oct. 16th, 1850 53 tf
Oz'r The Frie ndi of Joha
W IilTE, Esq. announce nin a a Candidate
Ir 'Iei Collect, r of Claremont county at thc
GEORGE W. MORGANi,
SUM TERVI L LE, S. C.
SOffice ono door South of A. C. Sriam.'s
Sumtervilte, June 5 3-t
The~ subscriber-s hatve this day formed a
co-partners~hip ini the practice of Law.
T. B. FR ASER,
L. L. FR ASER, .a
Of fice at .8Sumntrille.
Jan 1, i8.51. ly
WILLIAXM G. KENNEDY,
SUMITERtVILLE, S C.
W ill prnetice mi the Court. oif Law, for Sum.
er, ltichand, Kershaw and Darlington.
OFFICE AT SUMTERFILLP.
Jan. 1t, 18l5i 1t tf
&NY, AND EVERY THING.
A. J, & P. 1VOSES,
IIav'ing receive'd their FA LL A ND WINTER
STOC K, now offer at their conumodious WVares
lJIOLiESALE AND RETAIL
The largest and most varied assortment of
;oodhs, Wure,., aind Merchandhize, to be found
n Sumterville, viz: Dry Gooda.. G;rocerica,
Vrockery, Iiardwar, Cuttlery, and edged Tools,
llats, Caps. and lionniets. Iloots auad Shoes,
Sadliery and liarness, Sole, Ujpper and Patont
IAeather, Ciarriage Triminig., meiling Axles,
Spsrings, and Mlatleablio Casting.
100' Sacks. Salt.
Sweeds and~ Enagliwsh Iron, broad and narrow
bars, square and round do. Jioop, lland, and
liother I ron,
5000 yardi. flagging
'iTogethier with aIitupe. Twvine, &c.
Sti i)000I BOOKS AND) STIA TIONARY.
Thel attention of Teache.rs is particulariy re
inesiedi to the~ above a.. fiom our immense
egoo-k any quantity or kind can beo obtained.
Wt'e have the motlst compujlete assortnment of
It E A DY M1 ADE CLOTrHING;
lint has ever been bsrought to this market, to.
oithter i. ith Cloths, Cassimaers, and Vestings,
tsime anid see-.
('A R P EIG, I Z E A ND RUGS,
1000) yards carpeting, Ruigs to match, and stout
Wecan supply any quantity, qualit -, or colour
of raint and enna recommesn nih our (iass as to
quaml it y and at (iharleatson prices.
i.l'ENTl MIEICINES OF ALL KINDS
icludinit Dr. Jaynec's Famiil y Medicjines. One
l.ibb- Fr-4h 1 lops juist op~enied.
Piant~er. wiial nit to the ir :.dvantaee toer
aintie our liianikets, and Negro Goots ia aswe
can sell themai as low an iay Chaarlesto.n Ihonse.
Ihecembejr 4th., 1850 6 i
Mlahsgany i;llIocking Cain seat D~o.
12 dozens Cain Seat and Wir.V or Setting
('hairs for sale luw. Appsly to
A. J. & P. MIOSES.
DA-c. 18th, 1Q50 8 t
A bir.-t ratte fiamily carriage, built to order
to - ut I'tle the wo.rse of wvear, can be
M. imht for ab~out one fourth its vtlue by
ap. iy.ng to T. J. COGIHLAN.
Jna 2.Cth. 1851 o3 2to
E B. ".EW
Auetioneer sV4 4 .m as
x E H A NIT.
NO 19 VENDUEKANOB,
CHARLE8TON, B. , .C
Unreserved 84es tof DRY 000S twice.
week at hi. Sales Roms, lberal advances
made on all conlg ents.
November 6, I ? tf
Ts E CLYDE,
Wholesale and Retail
Under Odd FeUow's 1al, Meeting Street
CHARLE8'o1y, 8. C.
Sugar, Coffie, Molasses, Wines, Ideours,
Sa lt,&C. AGENT FOR
Canton Tea Company's Cebrated Black
and Green Teas.
Oct. 2, 1050 49 tf
W, A KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
MASONIC HA .L,
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will flud at all times a full
and complete stock of Gent's.
W- A. KENT. G. 1. MITCHELL
Manaufactory 113 Washingtsn
Stores N. Y.
May 1849. 30 tf
Trout & DeLange,
COMAUSSION MER CHANTS,
No. 112, EAST BAY,
Charleston, 8. C.
Keep constantly on hand, a large assort.
men& of Fresh burnt Stone Lime, Rosen.
dale Cement, Plaster of Paris-, iew Yrk
Marble Lime, 'hiladelphia whitedo., G
sum, or Farmers manuring Plaster, ne
and Hearth Bricks, Plastering Hair, and
Buildim Mterial in eneral.
ORDES left with Afesmr. J. T. Sol
OMONS & CO. will mneet with prompt
Jan 23 ly
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
ARE INVITED TO CALL AT
FASHIONADLE FURNISHINo STORE
Corner of A\eeting and Market -Streets
NEAR THE CHARLEsTON HOTEL.
Fine Linen and Muslin Shirts, made in
the latest Fashion, and of the iest Mlateri
als, superior workmanship, and
WV. A. DANKIN is the original Inven
tor of the system of cutting Shirts by
DANKIN'S PATT'ERN has receIved
the unqualified commendations of gentle
men in all parts of the United States, and
been pronounced verfece.
The superiority of Dhrnin's .Pattern over
all the late imiltans of it, is universally
acknowledgedb.Te yoke is fitted neatly
and consequently does not cha y
ken and Shirts. naade to
order at shaort notice.
AlSO FOR SALE.
UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAwVERs of Cotton
Silk, Cotton, Woolen anti other desirable
kinds, Dressing Gowns, Russia Belt,
S~uspenders, Half Hose, Gloves, Cravats
and Hankerchiefs, (ready hemmed.) Stocks
Opera Ties, Canes, Umbrellas, Soap, Per
fu tery. And a great variety of other
goods suitable for Gentlemen.
(Ei The prices at this Establishment
are moderate and uniform-and the busi
ness so conducted as to secure the custom
of those who once purchase from us.
Oct.2, 1850 49 f
IMPROVED ENDLESS CHAIN
All Persons wishing the above Elevators
can be supplied by the Subscriber, who Is
the Agent for the District of Sumter S. C
R. F. LJIGON.
Sumterville, Oct. 31st 1849. 1 ly
20,000 lbs. Iron Assorted,
5,000 yds. Osnaburgs,
5,000 yds. Brown shirming and sheeting,
5,000 yds. Illue Domestic and Ticking.,
5 half barrels. No. 1, Mackerel
Fres.h Soda, Wine and Irmon Crackers and
a fresh supply of all kind. of Good. just re
ecived, and for sate, by
Feb 27, A. .1. & P. MOSES.
The undevrsi ned having Itemoved one door
below Wmn. 1',ebb'd New York Store, would
retspectful aolieit the patronage heretofore fa
voredl by his friend. ard the citizen, of Sumter
genernlly, being satisfied that he can accommo
date thema with any articles in his lIne of bust
ner.', consristinig of a large and well selected as
sortmnt, c. I. 8. MEL LETT'.
1000 Feet 4 inch Copper riveted Gin
Oil Floor Cloth, India Rubber Cloth
Brussels Carpeting, together with a ful
assortment of Carrmage Trimmings, Oi's
Paints, Varnish &c. F~or Sale iby
A. J. & P. MtOSES.
H~aving taken the Agency of the Ds
KA LB FACTORY, we are pead to sell
their YARNS and OSNAB RUS for Osh~
at Factory prices.
-VL & P. Mb8ES.
fo rhe RemoTal thd 'Prniat -
AMd of those Complaints which are caused b
paired, weakened or unhealthy conditionof th
This beautiful and convenient alppliesuoison'o
terious powers of GALVANISM and MAGNETI
beem pronounced by distinguished physicians, t i
Europe and the United State, to be the me2t reissue
Woedicoel iscovery qf the .g. .
Dr. ORISTJE'S GALVANI0 31
Is used with the 30et perfect and certain sucee. ialn
GE NERRAL DEBILI ir,
Sr tening the weakened body giving tone to the
aI orans, and Invigorating the entire a lo. Als
in FITS, CRAMP. PARALYSS and PAL DTSPEF
SIA or INDfGESTION. RHEUMATISM, ACUTZ en4
CHRONIC, GOUT, EPILEPSY. LUIBAGOL DRAF
NESS, NERVOUS TREMOR1. PALrITATIO r'OF
TIlE HEART, APOPLEXY NEURALGIA, 'AINI
in the SIDE and CHEST, LIVER COMPLAINT. SPINAL
COMPLAINT, and CURVATURE of the SPINE.11IP
COMPLAINT, DISEASES of the KIDNEYS. DEMf
CIENCY OF NERVOUS and PHYSICAL ENERGY
and all NERVOUS DISEASES, which complaints arigs
from one simple cause-namely,
A Derangement of the Nervous Syitear,
(7- In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drug and Medi
elns incrosse tA disease, for they weaken the vital Seeri
gies of the already prostrated system ; while1,u-der the
strengthening, Ue- in& vitallal influence of Gal.
ranm, as applied y t beautif and wonderful dia.
Dovery, the exhausted patient and weakened surereg i
restored to former healh, strength, elasticity and ilgor.
The great peculiarity and excellence of
Dr. Christie's Ga1Yanio Ourative,
consists In the faet that they arrestand cure dlsaesby
eerd pp lfln, in Place of thelsual mode of drug
ping, an& ph~sicltingr We patient till exhautted Nature
sinks b ialy ander the Infliction.
TheF strenghenA the whel systsm,* ze I4ckiw
les Of e Sbler promote $As secreImmess, ead *vater
1ae aSkst Ghwadetr "ny cireusmstances. , Siace their
arodmction the United States, only three years sin
incluarng all ages, elasses and conditions, among-wllc
were a Iarge n=mber of ladles. who are pecuiarly staijeet
to Nervous Complaints, have been
ENTIRELY AND PERwANENTLY OURMD
when all hope of relief had been given ub and vesy,
thing se oeen ied in vain -
To illustrate the use of the GALVANIC XXE/P
se " the esse of a rson aMicted with that hew
air ation, DYSPEPIA, or any other Chronic er -New.
tWs Disorder. In ordinary cases, stimulants are takem,
which, by their action on the nerves and muscles of the
stom afford temporary rellef but which leave the
atient a lower state, and with injured faculties, after
a action thus excited has ceased. Now ceMr this
with the efreet resulting from the application of the GAL.,
VANIC BELT. Take a Dyspeptic suffbrer, ese 1 the
worst symptoms of an attack,. and simply tie.the 3elt
around the Body, using the Sagnetic Fluid as dieeited,
In a short period the insensIble perspiration will act an
the posItivO element of the Belt, thereby causing a Ga
ranc circulation which will pass on to the negatire, and -
thence back again to the positive, thus keeping up a cow
tinuosus GalvanIc circulation throughout a systesm.
Thus the most severe cases of DYSPlSIA PERm
IIANENTLY CURED. A FEW DAYS IS AMPLY
BUFFICIENT TO ERADICATE THE DISEAiE OF
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIAS
Of the most Undoubted Charsotes L
From al parts of the country zould be given, sufteent to
Ail every column an this paper!
AN EXTRAORDIN As
which conclusively proves that
Rlheumattar, Bronchlti and Dysppsa.
REV. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGYMAN
of New Jersey, of distinguished attainmnents andl exalted1
Smnw,:v, New Jersey, July It, 1343.
Da .I.Cnaustax-Dear Sir: You wish to know
me what has been the result Iin myoncase, oft
L ACE.Myreply Is as follows :
For about twenty yeers I had been suffering fIem -
Dyspepala. Ever year the symptoms became worse;
ac could I oh anp rinanent wehlef from any course
Of maedical treatmen whatever. About foursr 'yeas
alos in consequence of. frequent exposure to the
weater, En the discharge of my psoral duties I
became suhject to a se re Chronic Reumnatism, whc
he year anter year, caused me Indescribable anguish.
Farther : In the winter Of '4I and '4g, i enew
queceeof preaching a great deal in ay awr, end
various other churches in this regIon, I was attacket
by the Bronchitis, which soon became so severe s
to require an Immediate suspensIon of mky ~atora
labors. Mg sems syatem a mear tierskps
5rered, and as may Irnnchitis became worse, so akdie
my Dspepsie and Rheumatic afihetion-thue evteig'
that sese disorders were connected with each ether
through the medium of the Nervous System.+ ln the
whole pharmacopsla there seemed to be no remedial
agent which enld reach andl recuperate my Narvees
Sysem ee tin' tatI hd ridb th e had
amine yorinventions, and (thouagh with no very earn.
guise oesof their efficiency,) I determined totry the
effect of te application oi the GALVANIC DELT AND
NECKLACE, wIth the MAGNETIC FLUID. ThIS was
in June, 1843. To xv enar esvomasunami, s two
lava xv Drssavsaa auso aoxx; ir a sout Dave 1 wae
anaatito TO axvus xv Wasoaan. LaSOas, woen aveu 3
staros osunro a etwaL:sesaaer en ACCOcav or a
Baowcastas auto xv Russxavse arrucisom .aas ae
vmssa~t crasro to raouas.x arc., Such is the woodes'.
fml and happy results of the ax prlient.
I have recommended the B 'LT and FLUID totmany
who have been likewise suf'ering from Neurealo albe
tions. They have tried them, ware tavry assus.e, 3
ass.asvs, sa saar case..
I am, dear sir, very r efly al Dig
Is used for all complaints ailketing the Throat ow Hle,
such as Bronchltle. unlamm ation of the Throat, Narvoue
and SIck Hieadache, Dininess of the Head, Neuralgia lae
the Face, Buzsing or Roaring in the Ears,Defs,
which ls Nerlljervous, and that distressing com
plit ol To oreux.
DR. CHRISTIE'S a
Are found of vast service In cases of ConvulsIons or Fits.
Spasnodic Complaints, ant general Nervous Afectlona
of the Head anid upper extremities. Also In Palsy and
Faralyais, anid ali diseases caused by a dlencienny of power
or Nervous Energy In the limbs ow other organs of the
Ap- Many hundred Certilneates from all parts of the
countryr of the moet extraordinary character can be
gIven, if required.
~.No trouble or InconvenIence attends the use of
D CHRySTIA'S G4tLVA.NIC .ARTICLES, arnd
they may be worn by the moet feeble andl delicate, with
pee se and safety. In many cases the gonsatlos
atending their use Is AIgkry pleasant and egreesbie
They can be sent to any part of tne country.
The Galvanie Belt, Three Dollara.
Thes Galvanic Necklace, '' Two Dolhla..
The Galvanic Bracelets, One Dollar Each
The Magnetic Fluid, One Dollar.
~-The articles are accompanied by full and plala
dIrectIons. Pamphlets with full particulars mnay be had
of the authorized Agent.
%- Je eqf CeuaterJfetseand IVerthless ymftatisas
D,.O. MORBHEAD, M. D
GENERAL AGENT FOR TIII U)NITED STAWS
33 Broadtway, New York.
ET"Po F~r ee in Sumiterville, 8. C, by Dr. R.
S. MELLETT, authorized Agent; and by
Drtlggists genetrally in South Carolina,.
Aug. 28, 1850, 44 oowfly
The subscyiber will rent for the enisuing year
on r-sasonable teriis the residence-of the late
D. F, Wylee. Faq. in Stateburg~.-.On the pre
mises al aenofortable Dwellg House and
al1 . ~~ Building.p witi1 abog Twenatv
441ha T. Yard Ifl full ortap.
R~tebrr, M.A. WYiE$Ar