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niskan Debility, curing after
Nat d by Nature's Own
Agent, t tie. Pamphlets, contain.
-ing S rnien be of its Value, furnished
by agents nUtice atitibg the medica
'rhnusands 'c tidkenls who use Verminuge.
composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., arc not
aware, that while thoy appear to benefit the pa
tiont, they are adsially laying the foundation for
a series of diseases, such as salivation, loss of
sight, weakness df limbs, dwe.
In another column will be found the adef
*ement of Hobensadk's -Medicines, to widch
we ask the attention of ill directly interested
In theIr own as,well as tileir Children's health.
In LIver Complaints and till disorders arising
from ttose of a bilious type, should make use
of .thesonly genuine medicine, Hobensack's
tg "Be not deeeivcd," SUt ask for Ilolieta
sack's~Worm Syrup Liver and Pills, ard the
serve that each has the signature of the Proptie
orJ. N. HosuNsAcIC, as none else are genuline
Agust. 10. 42-1y.
1MEssitS. EDITORS :-The anxiety mani
fested to bring before the people many of
the citizens of Claremont County to repre
sept them-in the next Legislature, induces
miny of tlie friends of Capt. FRANCIS
J. DSSCHAMPS, to offer his name for the
consideration and support of his fellow citi
His unpresuming, unostentatior ;deport
mntri. his modest manners, together with
jis strong good sense and high moral worth,
entidfes him to the support of
Sept. 9, 1853.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to old
customers and the community generally
that hy the 20th inst., I will have in store
a full stock of
FALLJAND WINTER GOODS
in my line, consisting of CLOTHIS, CAS
MIMERES, .and VESTINGS, of every
H A T S, CAPS. &c.; FINE LINEN
SHIRTS, DRA WERS, SUSPENDERS,
H'ALF HOSE; GLOVES and CRAVATS
of every'description; with a complete as
Ready Made Clothing,
carefully selected in the Baltimore and
e4 York markets.
D. 1. WINN.
Sept. 20, 1853,
Village Lots for Sale.
T ERMS mado easy and possession given
Alot -January next,. * Now is your time
for a good bargnth Apply at this office.
%9ept. 1 853. 46 tf
44t$ REGIMENT, S. C. hMt,
- Old Ford4 Sept. 7, 18-53.
- HEFORTY-FOORTIR REGIMENT,
S. C. Militia, wi i parade on Saturday,
theBth day of October' next, it Timnmons
* %wti, al-ned and equilpped as the law di
recteyfor Dri and Review.
- The Commissioned and ~nnommis
stoned officeb. the da'y previous for Drill
'he Line to lie fomwfed each day at 11
o'clock, A. M.
Punctual attenraaneo is required, as the
Law will be strictly enforced against all
B3rigadier General B. R. CnIANDLE.R ahid
Staff' are resectfully inivitod to attend on
. ,pth~e day ofurefiew.
Col. 44th Reig't.
- W. T. W[LDER, Adjutant.
Napt. 5, 185.3. 45 5
I-F'Wy.tchman copfuntl pade.
Attention I Beat No. 3.
Beat Company, No. '3, Upper Bat
II talion, 44th Reghntent, will parade
at Plowden'.a Mills on Saturday,
nithe,17th of September next, arm
ed and equipped, as the lawv directs,
fort Drill and Instruction.
Thei.ni to -he formned at 11 o'clock,
By order of Col..P. M. MELLETT.
- iAS. H. MONTGOMERY, Capt.
29th Aug. 1853. 44 3t
0'TH REGIMENT CAVALRY,
SeuSranviLR, Aug. 25, 1853.
Tthe 5th Regiment of Cavalry is hereby
ordered to parade at Sumterville, on Friday,
j e~u J4th~day of October next, at 11 o'clock
~~v . M., for Drill and Review.
~?The Cdmmissioned and non.Coinmission.
ed officers of the Staff and Line, are order
ed to assemble the day previous for drill
and instrieticirh at the same hour and
. The Lieut. Colonel and Major, are
charged with the extension of this Order
to the Companies composing their respect.
THJOMAS li. IJAKEk,
- Col. 5th Reg't. Cavalry.
RI. H. GooDWVYN, JR.. Adj't.
Atug 30 44 7t
Estate of L, White, Dec'd,
DERSONS indebted to the late Capt.
ALeonard White, will take notice, that
tho demands due him are lodged with us
for collection, They are requested to come
for ward and settle, as our instructions are
positive. No other notice wvill be given.
Aug. 048 . J. & M. MOSES.
Au. 83- 44 3t
T~ C. WORTH,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Aug ,41 ly
Fine Sogars and Garden
Kept eoustantly on hand by
--. OAaGAN.& CO.
Y virtue otuidfy 0utidi to me
sold sBi trsCot
*use od the stifondl3 'tid d follow.
il October nextithing hours
f .adie~to the highestbidderjtb cali th
following propeity. Purchaser to paj fbi
- One lot of lard in Sumterville, adjoining
lands of the Academy and 1_4 D;'Jodesi,
levied upbt di-the property. f John D.
Jones, at thbbedit of John11. Frierson.
Defendant's ihterest in-ono tractf'ladd
in Saldm; adjoining lands of Ei Durant
and Eot. of J. McLendon, levied upon -as
the pfdiidfty of Isalah McCoy, at the suit
of 0. P. McRdy. Sbild at the risk of the
Deferidants intefeht in One tract of land
in Salenr; adjUidirigi Iditda of DAvid Green,
Player and others; levied dpadt as the prop.
erty of T. Wa English; at. the suits of
Brown, Lee & Cod G; C. Wheeler; -and
W. E. Vose.
Lot and. buildings theion In Sumter.
ville adjrjhing land of- -.opposite F.
Myer's lotei levied dpon as the property
of A. Chieolm, (under mortgage) at the
suits or Joel Stevens, Samuel Kikendall
and J. Jam. Chandlei:
Lot aid buildihgs therenn in Sumter.
ville adjoining lands of~ and where 0. M
son livdlt levied upon as thd pfbpdkty di A.
Chisolm,(under mortgage) at the suite of
Samuel Kipendall and J. Jas. Ckandler.w
Lot and buildings thereon in Sumterville
adjoining lands of and where defendant
lives levied upon as the property of A.
Chisolhn (under mOrtgagb) at the sUita Of
Samuel Kikendall ai.d J. Jas. Chandler.
One lot and buildings ihdreon in 8um.
terville, adjoining lands of anid wh're
Miss E. Itenney lives, levied upod as the
property of W. S. Hoyt, at the suit Of E.
Salisbury, Pringle, Graham, & Cd.
One lot of 2 dcrea, more cot less; dAd
buildings theroni One lbt df &:4 acids and
buildings thereon: One tract of 1000 acfds
(if lnnd; One lot and buildings thereon in
Sumterville, and where del't. lives, levied
on as the property of Thos. J. Coghlan,
at the suits of John G. Raflield, Edward
McGrath, Win. Adgor, R. W. Spann, and
Bank of the State of Sonth Carolina,
Interest in 1 negro. 2 wagons,'I horses
levied on as the property of A. Chisholm,
at the suits of J. Jas. Chandler and Sam'l.
1 Negro, levied on as the property of G.
W. Billups, at the suit of Wm. Webb.
1 horse -levied on as the properly of G.
F. Bradford, at the suit of C. T. Mason.
1 Negro, levied on as the property of
T. R. Berry, at the suits of W. Osteeni;
J. T. Cummings and A. J. & P. Mo.es.
1 Negro levied on as tire property of W.
R. Bently, at the suit of E. D. Pringle &
I Negro and 1 Horse. levied on as the
properly of John W. Ballnrd, at the suits
A. C. Spain, F. J. & M. Moses, and W. E.
12 Negroes, levied on as the property of
W. F. Butler, at the suits of E. D. Prin.
gle & Co., W. H. B. Richardson, J. J.
Berry and J. S. & L. Bowie.
1 Horse, levied on as the property of R.
L. Chrisunas, at the suits of . Vaughan,
and Wm. Wilson.
One negro Ievied upon as the property
of John W. Ervin, at the suits of D. S.
Sargent and Thos. Cohb.
One Negro, levied on as tie property of
John W. Ervin undera Mortgage given by
J. W. Ervin to Joseph Montgomery, and
sold to satisfy said mort g.
1 Negro levied on as the property of B.
J. Hodge, at theesuit of W, Webb & Co.
and W. Webb, Assigneei arid J. W. Dar
1 Negro levied on as the property of C.
W. Lesesne% at the suit of.R. M. Ridgell,
1 Negro, levied on as tihe property of
Elizabe;. Mcbeod, at the suit of Richard
1 Morse levied on as the property of HI.
Husbands, at the suit of J. B. Lewis.
1 Negro levied orn as thre prorperty or
Jars. McCauley, at the suit of WN. A. Oun
1 Mule and 1 Horse, levied on as the
property of Wmi. M. M.'ore-, at tire suit of.
D. J. Winni and Win. Webb.
2 Negroes levied on as the property ofI
W. 1H, McKnright at the suit of WN. C.|
Dukes & Sons G. Foilin, ann Rt. McLeishr.
I Horse levied on as thre property oif TV.
HI. Osteeni, at the snita of .V. E. Cunning.
hamr, and John WV. Kelly.
1 Negro levied on as tire property of WV.
M. Wilder, at the~ suits of WV. Webb, anrd
Black & Jonies.
1 Negro levied on as the property of Rt.
J1. Withrerspoon, at the suits of T. D). Fri
erson, 0 Reeder, and John China.
1 Marre, Colt, Crop of Corn, Cotton in
the field, 1fodder, ilogs, Cown arnd Calves,
House and Kitchren Furniture, Plantation
TVoolsn levied on as the proper'v of L D).
Bryanti. at the suits of L. B. I-fanks; and
H[enr.y Kelly. To be sold on Tuesday tire
4th day of October, at Defendants rteui
dence in Clarendon.
1 Negro levied on as tire property of
Edward Richardson, at thre suit of L. F.
1 Negro levied on as the property of WV.
Clark, at the suit of 0. P. Mc Roy.
Stock in Store, levied on as tire property
of Thosn. O'Connor, at the suit of M. L.
- 1 Hlorsre, 1 Mule, iS Wdagons, 2 Carts
House and Kitchen Furniture, levied on
as thre property of Thos. J. Coghrlani, at
the suit of tire Bank of the State of Sonth
Carolina, Rt. W. Spann, WN. Adgor, Ed.
ward McGrath, and John G. Rarfheid.
J. C. R A ME, s. s. a.
Sept 10, 18.53. 46--3t
Mr, Editor, You will please
announce through the columns ot youir pa.
per, the name of JOllN S. RICHARD.
SON, Ja., as a Canditate to represenit
Claremont County at the next tilectiotn for
the State Legislature, andI oblige
&ept. 7, 1853. d5 td
Mr. Editor: Please ainnounce
Capt. TV. D. FlERsoN as a Candidate for
Sherifl' of Sunmter Drstrict at tire drnsuing
Aug. 24, 185g.
Mr. Editor :----You will
oblige a number of thre voters of Sumter
District, by announcing in your columns
the name of Major JOHN BALLAnD, as a
Candidate for Ordimary at tire ensuing
Aug. 13, 1853. 42 tf
We are authorized to an
nounce Mr. Gzortoz P. Cooca., as a Candidate
for Ordinary of 8muter Disti, at the next
Aug. 4, 1853. 41 t(
NRATLT EX1rUTR1es aT TnHIr FFIE.
i & n W e h eston S
We are receiving or usual large supply of Fdacy and Staple Dry
Goods-Also, Patahtation Goods of every variety, consisting ofr'
Super DUFFIL BLANKETS, MACKINAW DITTO; OSNABURGS; GEOROiKA
PLAINS; KERSEYS: STRIPES; PRINTS, &c. &cj
We still adhere strictly to the One- Price system. Our goods are all
marked in plain figures, and our terms enable us to sell, EVERY ARTiqLE, at the
SMALLEST SIBLE PkOFIT.
W. G. BANCROFT & CO.
253 and 255 King Street, one door bdlow Wentworth.
September 10, 1853z 46 4m
-A V 'H9 OLD STAND OF A. J. & P. (OSES.
As Agcnt Jki* the D.Kulb Manufacturing As Agont for T. B. Peterson, Publisher
Company their Yarns and Osnaburgj any of his publications at tho sanie
at Factory Prices; at Wholesale, price; retailh as he selle therh for in
WINDOW BLINDS, adapted to windows Philadelphia-comprising the best and
of 18 lightsi 8 by 10 or 10 by 12, Jatest publicat ions, by the most popu
FLOUR on consignment of the best br:.nd, lar and celebrated writers in the world.
Faniily; etc. . WINDOW SASH, 18 lights, 10 by 12,
PRISERVING KETTLES, of all sizes. French Glass, primed and glazed at
PATINT Copper-riveted Gin Bands. 15 cents.
Cotton Bagging, Rope and TWine
Of various Qualities and at the Lowest Prices.
GLASS JAS with covers, for Preserves SCHOOL BOOKS. An extensive assort.
and Jellies. ment of English, French, Greek and
PAtNTS; Oil, Glass, Varnish, &c. f.atin; Also, Writing and Drawinig
LIME, Ilaister Patis aild Hydiaulic Ce- Paper, Quills. Steel Pens, Inks, etc.
ment. LINNEN LUSTRE. A few pieces at the
ENbLESS CHAINS and Vixtures for low price of 10 cents a yard.
=3Doon 2 aroon 8 Df l a -
*OO pounds wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid, cith
er in Cash or Merchandize.
Sept 7, 1853. 45 tIj
D11 W1 JAS. DARGA-, & C0.
Ono Door West of A. J. Moses' New Store.
Offers for sale on reasonable terms,a choice
and well selected stock of
P, I V Al E.B I B o
Chemicals, Evan's Lancets, Perfumery,
Dye-Stuffs, Silver Lancet Cases, Flavoring Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Scarificators, Gelatine, (variety)
Window Glass, Stomach Pumps, Hair Oils,
Spirit Gas, Breast Do. Fancy Soaps,
Best Vinegar) Brushes, (all kinds) Pens and Ink,
Varnishes, Pessaries, Trusses, Toilet combs,
Shavibg Creams, Paper, (variety) Lemon Syrup.
COLD-DRAWN CASTOR OIL.
Best quality of Medeira and Port Wine and French Brandy,
For Medical purposes E.rpressly.
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Thoimsoniai 'and Patent Medoideks.
Together with a variety of other articles, comprising tie stock
of Drugist or Physician. b
ly Al! orders put up with neatness and despatch.
May 24th, 1853. -30-t f
The undersigned having entered into a ciir.nTA EV .
Copartnvership in the city of Charlesiton, ~IIECMRCMSI,~1 .
under the namte an ! firm of CH AMBERS,~
CHISOLM & MOORE, for the purpose Cfl5
of transacting a general FACTORAGE ucirqaiy\'ieCz!rcail.an
avnd COM MISSION BUSINESS, respect- e abia 5 1 ,7. v.
fully tender their services to their friends, (1.
acquvaivntances and the public generally, ~pro ni ulMsis
for Live selling of' Cotton, or the purchasivng miokMuvin t121,1825
of Goods of any description. 1.,312.ad5.ei,
Any or all of the products or vnanufac. Bs ulte fikspLvI
turedl articles of the country wvill be re- rs ~rdWvt anrc~a 0 212
ceived tipon consignments, disposed of ai 834c~
prornptly, and to the best advaunge. AtCrsbnd itCalricetrftit
such timeas as there may be onily a limited 2.114ai 712c~
demand for an article consigned to thoem. a kOilitvveaortevtfMSI
nmarket will be fuound whore it will com- I1t)IE1~,a
miand its value-.V 1.JCBI~SN
The receiving and forwardinig of Goods 21Kn~t~ Bn)op h i Io
will also have theil- prompt attention.
Every exertion will be used to conduct Fec ulnE bodre
all business entrusted to their care in such
a vaianuer to ake it mutually profitable admonbvhri'iluhvazi*ivi.
and agreeable.. t3 nd5)cs
Liberal advances upon consignments ad$ 5
will be made.
From their long experience iti businessExrFnevibolrdMmli eoc
avid general acquaintanvce with the- wanatsArihaotetofVrld sinrll
and desires of the people, wvitha a pledge to ~s ni~ 5
devote their entire time andi sluih to the J.ACII&S,
businecse, they Ihatter thaemvselves that they )jKna.(bad)pi.tih:fi.
will be eablted to give entire satisfaction.
A share of patronage is respectfully so- ---
licited. ~ ha od o pn
H ENRY L. CHISOLM, 20 DO N oaevsCtzaOS
W. C.MOORI~ Epi .ocns
July 13, 1853 43 t f.sBo. i afhsat( . dt
BY . vuyhm
Clarke &z Brother. 15 ziioqulyLlk mleor
who have just received per Rail Road a xr ult ~rivs lvd~vdFov:
fine assoriment of ''wha 37 oa..av.z~
Fancy Groceries. VtoLvrslirtuiiat11.
comapriahug Pickiea, P'reserved Fruit, Cigar,, rwLionat11.cnt.
candle,, and a choice lot of chewing tobacco, w ..~cii&SN
to which they invite the atleantion of the citi- 21Kigt.(od pthIgho.
February 22, 1853 17.--tf---_ _ -- -
Wolfes Aromiatio T EN I N
*SO'HEDAMf SC'HNAJ'PS. *JY~
A suiperlativ'e Tonic, Diuretie, zAti-Dys- fJay hsuwam ii . cav
peptic, Invigorating Cordial, &c. laetgve10motc-viiie ~I
For sale by -iht ard h sm.Frtmlhr
DARGAN & CO. aragexnddt i, agv-fmav
Citrate 0f' Magnesia, fam cv~ir.
OR LEMONADE PURGATIVE 01Tl D)1
A Preparation now extensively usedI as an Sn cvte ue tm1U ~i
agreeable msubstltute for Epsom Salts. SA ULCD NN& C
Prepared and sold by
PepredSwdsolsbynw Bok. u i rleat o1-,, S2.
DARGAN &CO. ~A31r C-,3 . nd 50o 11.nts, II
SY~ic 3 1- pr x.Juy 2h, 1nd37 1-2 etf
next election, and o d
Tttlualy 14, 1852 ai
1ii The frieds ofapt
P. Nf. GBONSannoue In a cnidi.
date for the office of Tax-Collector for
salemh Coknty;at ethoensuing election and
oblige 1ANr VOTEn.
October I SL
FOR J'AX' U6LLE c01,
O7 The Xriends -of Daan
IEL MATIS1l1, Evq., annOnce him a a'
caudidatu fur Tax Collector for Claremons
County, nt the ensuing dlection.
Feb. 8ith, 185315 d
FOR OR I NAy R. 3
VITr, Editor:-You will
please announce WILLIAM H. BRNU
SONas a candidate for the Office of Ordi.
nary of Suniter Distict at the ensing
April 27th, 1852 '7-t
(LT We are authorized to
announce '1'. J. DINKCINs, Esq., a Candidate
for Clerk of the Court, at the erituing election.
- MANY VOTERS.
Alril l6th 1851 2.5 tf
- ^ im . Editor: PlIaste an
nounce 31r. J. J. McKElNLAR, a Candi
date for Clerk of the Court, for Simter
District, and oblige MA1Y VOTERS.
April 13, 1852. 25-tf
MR. E'IDITOR:-f3ANY FRIENDS
of W. J.N. IIAM.T are dasirous. of put.
img hunm innomination for the Olice of
Clerk of the Court of Sunter District, at
the emsuing alectioni.
M atay 24, 1853. 30--tf
VcRThe Friends of Mr.
JOHN F. JUNIE, announce him as candi
dato for Sherill' of Sumter District at the
Nov. 12t h, 1852 3-d..-pd.
M We are authorized
to .noun.ce A. E. POOL as a candidate
for Sherill'of Snmter District at the ensti
December 21, 1852 8-tf
Mr, Editor:-Please an
nounce JOHN N. bleLEOD a candidate
for Sicriff of Sumter District and ob.
lige 31Ar Fr x s.
June 20th, !853 35-tf
Mr. Editor,, Please an
nunce (ol. R. F. IIICKSON as a candi
date to represent Claremont Cuuty in the
next Loagislature and oblige
June 24. 19 34--tf
Butler & Newbery
Woubl 'Mot respectfully inforzit their
friends thot theyw have juat received.an ad
ditionial K6tock Of
consisting of Tissue., Berege DeLaines,
cnlored Silks, and Muinhr, Mourning
Ginghtlanis, Bierege Lann ms and M tnslins,
Flabroidoerd Collars and Under Sleeives,
Blne D~eniane. (Osnaburga and Homesptins,
of vey id.The abovenmed articlos
us a acall.
June 'ilh, 1853 32--tf
Do not Defer, but Come if
YOU WANTr TO GET THE
Mr. RlEICH, Merchant Taiioi-, begs
leave to miferus the genmtlmoen of Suimter
ville ;and District that he he4 just returned
with a spendid assortmtent of
Clot1:4, Casimeues~ Dapjj etc,
V'estings &c. &c., andl in short ev'ert thinig
that a rain~'airedl for a fumll suit. H1avine~
masde the cho'ice of his goods huimuself, h~e
doubts not but whlat he can ethat thei most
frasiidinoi4. Thmere, is no use to have your
cloths unde in Chtarleston or by Yankee,,
whaen yiou can haive thenm made as stylishm
an s well it not bctter thtan anywhere
else righat at ho~ime, and this Mr lb~acn
paroamises to doi, nayv, he wvillI add that, if his
work is nt turnef out al least equal to aniy
dlone ina this counittry he will not charge
aLntin;.Asr t his prices they shall be
hiam a ;riali !t!Cmne soon nad pics out
som anti athese bea utifnul Pnnmts a nd Vest
patterns, it will intmn beo warm and you wal
.Alr. IR~ten lives nexst door to John F.
Ilaymisworth almiost opposfte Dr. Wither
Aar prilt, 1853 26-tf
The Real "Simon Pure."
C. TI. MASON
WVOULD) respctftully inform his pa.
1trouas 'al friendk, amnd thea public genearally'
Ithat he has received an eaditional Stock o
W1atches~ and Jeweigy
fret-l from flaltimnore, of every description
af pastirnoa as neoat anid duarable as tant
which ha:ve ever beeni brought to this mar,
ket. 16s prices are low and his article1
All kindis of repairing donto in the neat
esit mtanneacr, and with puromptness.
lle respiecaifully solicits the patronage o
thea pubhtie, :as lie is ready to sutit thtem ir
I ly:1, 185: 31--tf
A.ll personas indebted to thme Estate o
-l1ev. .launes Newhery, deceased, either b'
Note aor A ccouant will ake imnmedia~te pay
menctt. Anal those having demands agnins
thei saite will render them in properly at
tested within legal timo to
A. McCAIN NEWBERY,
SAMIUEL C. GRAHAM,
A pril 2ftha, 1853 2-t
- FH Darlinagton Flag please cop
arancM, Wnd 'qnjwrs AS-)- . N
linso -7rto;4d1;a s a thiC
robt, hies Jt a shoytnek ch~lb
tige.s. liad ,t be scar oo
his forehead *d 6 at ideye-rdire, l'
niay Ity to hldeit by Wearing his cpk
hatdown oter his, forehead. Hau. be
sure to pass himself for .a white'..'' onr
he .a very white and hasliden ig grep4
care of his skiti for.somd*time. hen he'
left lie had a cloth :cap, black coat.ald a.
dark colored pair of pants. He will 'be
sue to change his Cal) antI clothes Its.6SOdhf
as lie can; he.also vears his hair In front
straight doiwn to hide the'scar of the-blis
tor.- He is a shoemaker by trade, though
lie may not go at the business# expectitig
that he will be so advertised.
The abov6e rewaid 'o One Hundred
Dollirs ivilI be paid for his ddlivery in any
Jai In the. State. He will be sure to give
himself arother name. ,-V
Dradleyville, Sumter District, S. C.
May 2htn, 1852 . 30-tf .
' Cainden Journal and Cheraw Ca
zette publish five times.
SO. CAROLINA--SUMTER DIST,
IN.ORD1NA R Y
ALrnEus Gnoons vS, F, Bnown and
JENCY his wife and others.
It appearing to my satisfaction that F.
Brown and Jency his wife. John Bosman
and Catharine his wife and Lomuel Dos.
man, defendants in the above stated case,
reside beyond this:State: It is therefore
ordeted that they do appear and object to
the Division or Sale of the Real Estate of
William Gr'ooms, deceased, on or -before
the first day of October next, or their con
sent to the satase will be entered of reco-p.
W. LEWIS, o. s. D.
June 28th,1853 35-t
11HE undersigned have forned a Co.
partnetshi for the transaction of the
FACTORAGE A N D COMMISSION
BUSINESS, in the city of Charleston, un
der the name of ROSSER & WARREN.
The usual advances will be made on all
Produce consigned to us, and strict per
sonal attention given to all'business eni.
trut-ted to our care.
Our office on CENTIHAL WH1ARP, Will
he opened on or before 15th September
THO. J. WARREN.
July 12th, 1858 :17-4t
Improved Cotton Gins,
for past tavotrs the subscriber wish.
es to infortt the publc that he still manuffe.
Sures Cotton Gins at his establishment in State.
burg, on the most improved and approved plan.
which le thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gis of the late improvement is worth
at Ieast a quarter of a cent more than the cot
ton ginned on tite ordinary gin. Ile also man
ufactures them on the most siinplea construction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wit, .Steel Saws tuid Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which lie will sell for $2 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and puts them in com
plate order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptl antid puncttially attended
to. WILLIAM ELLISGlN.
State btrg, Sutnter Dist, S. C. Feb 17, 26
Al, personis having demands against
the Estate of Mr. H-arvey Skinner, dec'd,
are requested to hand thout in properly at
tested to the subsetilber; and all those in
debted will.a inaimediate payment
RI. M. SKINNER,
Jly 20th, 18353 88--in
For Cash, And that only
rThe cheapest GROCERIES ever sold
in Stamterville, cana be had train GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old Stand.
S'gairs of the finest quality and most ap-~
proved Brnnds in the world, togeater with
P'resetved Fruits of dilferent kinds, Syrups,
Nuts, &c. A shatre of the public patron
ngo is desired, provided it is accompanied
by the CASH, but not otherwise.
GORDON & Co.
June 1-4th, 1853 23--t
15 Shares "'ofihnine~tn and Man
chester Rail Road Company Stock
ror sale,; any person desirous of purchasing
said stock will pleaise call on the subscri
ber at his office in Sumtervihle.
J. B. N. HIAMMET,
March n2, 1853 21-tf
Notice, tans h
Alprnshavinag demands agant te
will present attested utatemennts thereof---and
thoseta indchted, to the sme, will maks pay.
mntt to the Subscribe~r
TIIUSMAS 0. E.LLIOTPl,
Charleston S. C.
A pri 20 , 1853. 26 2m
All persons havinw demands against the
Estate of the late eol. John J. Moore of
Sumter District, aro requested to hand
themi in properly attested to the subscri
bers, and all those indebted will inake
payment to the saume.
J1. B. MIOORE,: xeu
3. S. MOORS, Eeuors.
Marcha 15th, 1853 20--tf
The Celebrated Lecoultro
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BLADES, and
othter Shaving Aparatus.
.For sale by
DA RGAN & CO.
Buter, LardyBacon & Corn
PRI5E Montai uttr, (in small Firkins
do. do. Leaf Lard, do.
North Carolina liacon,
Ml ~,1851 ROBT. LATTA.
The subscriber hasa made arrangements foi
the mannfactture of from Four to Five Thousan,
pairs of the above article by theFA LL. Foi
referenet as to qanlity, he would respectfull1
refer persons who may. be disposed to purchase
of hun, to thtese who patrontized him last yea
As to price, he will guarantee them a. low aj
can be oflfreie
May 22' 2 JiQRGAN.
beenpliered'f~r A j#61
- They inuifi n, oaiznalo
theirfrinds i ydich g ~ e
Tsrm Sa in i City acc,0
Who lhies made new4i:nlrovotnil!e
considerably enla-ged hisstre V
receiving fresh goods y P
cars and ofiera to the u r
ndah months the following arie
Ice Crcan and Amona i
Oranges, Len1s Pine Apales a
tropical fruits' also a fne asso
Tobacco and Cigars, with a cho
Family Groceries. -also'a larget,'
DIRY GO &ODS
Pickled Salmori and Pres
the beat brands warranted, hi
of Bacon of which he receives a new 1- q
ply weekly. All of wicie guagnt
to sell at the lowest rateisfor caslh.
-April 5th, 1803 23
B3ROWN & DeRO88ET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEWT
DnROSSET & BROWN $
Cotton Factors and General Comnm
B. McLAURIN, Eq.. will t q.
Doi sonal and special attention G.
terests and orders of his friendil
State and the adjoining Counties of orth
Carolina, who nay favor these -H: n
with their patronage. Coni N
produce to the House in Now ork eit
by why of Charleston, Georgetow
Wilmington, will be covered hy insaa
if notice of the shipment be promptlyg
May 3, 1803
All persons are hereby caution
trade for, or receive in payment 0
debt1 either or both of two Notes ginvo
the subscriber to It. 3. Price,the on
two hundred and fifty doilers, andt
er for two hundred and ten dollzee.j
Notes given for two separate tract#:'
were to be paid after good andfa i )et
were madb to me by Price, which d",
tions were put in writing and are nowAWI
my possession, and )vbtch contajiis-it
further understanding.4t in the eve.9 it
his failNif as he has a e' to make
titled 1he would forfeit the amounts-&c
April 3, 853 . A
Lr Watchiman copy.,'
Sunterville, s. C -
Respectfully informs the peobto of a i
ter District that he has just receiveli pu
now off'era for sale the bet seledted ud~U
most choice stock of
spruag and slummer Goodli.
That cannut be sturpassed by anything i -
market. He has received many new uka
which purchasers would do wolf to exaniikb
fare buying elsewhere.
BROADCLOTHSn, CASSJMNEO AND
.....- -. - ..
A full and large supply of Hoslsj e ~ ',
Drawers, Gloves, Suspendersa pndty
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assorpnent of REA DY MADI6&
TIIINtI, wh ch wvill be sold low. )
8' Garments mannfactured bythenubsel
ber, and warranted to giite satiis tidln. Gr
ders from a distance promptl attendead to.
April 12th, 1853 A. .ND gII
New Tin and Sheet-Irda
JAMES H. -DUE: would respeettillty
imforim the citiseus of~umterville~n tglh0
surrounding country, that he is no*e a
mu a TIN MANU ACOY.ig
vi l, and is now prepared to fill all o
mn the tin line. Merchants vill:finid~ ; "
their interes t to purchase their wai' frooi~
me,.ae I intend to sell low and wrtanfalK
that I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTIdRING and JOB 4
WORK executed with promptness and i
a workanlike manner. The cash will
be expocted im every instance on finishin~
or delivering of every .job. I intend to sel
cheap and for the cash only.
Fob. 8th, 18531 . . -t
State of South Car
IRA W. BROWN,
* InA W. Baowy, who ist in
of the Sheriff of Sumter Diutr~
lain Writs of Capias ad Satisfac
the suIt pf Robert Latta havin
my ollice, together with a Schae .n
oath, of his Estate and efieels, hs petitiotn
to the Court of Common Pleas prayig
that he may be admitted to tho boe lta o
of the Acts of the General Asseniy inade
for the relief of insolvent debtovi It is '.2
ordered that the said Robert Iktt and al
others, the Creditors to wvhom ih, vt ra
WV. Browvn, is any wise indebtea1%Ard
they are hereby summoned,an pit aveno.
tio~ to appear, before the said C att at
Sumnter Court House, on the Bo8 d
of November next, to showe~ l I ly
they can, why the prayer U 4
aforesaid, should not hegatdP~
WV. J. SING 1 iN
kind can but mt
ville, ,h Wsesotad