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COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE
WINN & CLAIIKSON.
T. 'Ill l: ntudIorsigned have this day, associated
them selves together, under the above name and
styl' for th. :ransactionit of nil bmusines in the
CI: OTI1NG, rand M ERCI HAN' TA I LOltS'
line, and many be fotnd at the Corner store
formerly occupied by Clark 4 lire.. where they
will be happy to secomimodate their frietdsi
and the public generally.
1). J. WINN,
S. E. W. CL.RKSON.
March 13, 1851. 21 if
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
GAITERS, &C, &C.
THE,Emporinm of Fashion and Quality,
where may be found a complete assortment of
Ladies' Mens' Boys' lisses and Childrens'
Iouts, Shoes, Guiters, &c., of almno.t every styl.
and quality. They are fresh goods and are all
warranted to give satisfition,.
J. T. IItI'NSON.
Next door to It. C. Webb, & Co.
Aar. 22, 1851. 21 if
DAGUERREOTYPES,
M R. LAFAR has just received from
Charleston a new and beautiful collee.
Lion of Faney Cases, Medallions, Brooch
es, etc, which he would oiTer to the people
of Suimterville and vicinity, and respect
fully requests them to call and examine
for themselves. II,- is thankful fori the
kind favors which have already been con
fered, and would earnestly solicit a contin.
uation of the stne. Roonis up stairs
next to the Sumter Banner Oflice.
March 22th 1M 21 tf.
LAND FOR SALE,
A TRACT of Land belonginig to the
Estate of Dr. Robert .l uldrow, de.
ceased, lying on the main road leading
from Camden to Ca-rter's Crossing, out
Scape O're. The said lands are bo unded
by lands of Stephen Boykin, Damrlin Da
vis, I)r. E. Gre%.g, James Corbi aml Ma.
ry Mimms. Terms reasonahle. Apply
to either of the subscriber, at Mayesvilie
P. O.
GEO. C. MUJLDROW.,
ROI'. B. MIJ.DROV Executors.
VM. J. AMULDROCW,
March 22, 1851 21 2.
CROCKERY AND
GLASSWAR
CHINA and Granittc Tea's,
Granitte Dinner and Breakfast I'latc'
Steak Dishes, lintter Di~ties, Snp' llovis,
Custard Stands. Fruits hnds.
lower Vases, China and (lan Candlesticks,
Preserve Dishes, Decanters, Tmiiblers,
. Vite -lasses.
Glass Pitchers, a'mda rrlm'er of other articles
just received and fi'r sale iv
1 . J. 80I.03ONS & C(.
March 22th, 1851 2' t.
. . J ustHode Received,
LADTJIF.S' Bootteesind \talking Shoes, G ni'.
ers. Kid-Ties, &c. Gents' Calf Boots, atd
floottees, Ldies' and (;ients. Over Shoes.
. Also--A fine assortmenmt of Ilird%'.ure, Tin
Ware, Sadlery, &e.
t . . atla y , (Ods0di.
.T.adies'. Wood and Mmroca Work-flor .
'.ufTlBoxes,. Iort-Monie,., Se.<tr-C(ases, lBrace
- Ic ;ta, flair ani '1,'ooth Brnshes, Dressing, Tuc-it,
amuil Pocket Cormbs, &c.
Books. d'se.
Novels, Poetical Works acid School- Iomk,
and a line assortment of Stationary.
GROCE R11$.
i]rown, Ciarified and Crushiei 'agar.s,
Rio and Java CofT e, 'lolasses, Cheuese,
Ituismri, Dried Figs ,Flour, Candles,
,Soap, Tea, Starch, l'ickles, Sardines,
.Ginger Preservesa, A-c.
4I!.n a fin~e as rm-men ..f Cooking Ilrindl
1For .alde by .l. T1. SOLOMOuN S & (.1:
Mlarchithm, 1851 21 if
FODDER, FODDE R FOR
Sale5
A T iho late residence of Dr. %Mldrumw
omn ma credit unitil the first of Novm'imer
tvithm no~te and good securit y. Apply at
Wmn. J. Mnltdrow, on the prg~iiscs,
GEO. C. MU1L DROWV.
ROUT. B1 MULDR IO\~ 1~xecute~rs
WM. J. MULD)ROW,)
March 22th, 1801 21 4t.
20,000 Copies in 20 Days
The LauunpligIater,
The most extraordinary andI Thrillingr TPat
of umodern TIimmes.
'This is the universal testimominy of t he
Newspaper Press. and the verdict of thme
READ[NG PUBLIC.
We have beeni utterly unable to fill on
orders, so great has been thme demast.d fi
this
GREAT AMERICAN ROMANCE.
PutttED By
JOHN P. JEWVETT" k. CO.,
Boston.
Amnd for sale by aill Booksellers.
P. S.-Th'le work will be forwanrded b~
miail to any person enciosing $1 antd si~s
postage stamnp..
March 22, 185 1. 21 4
Copartner ship Notice
* II .I WEBB & 00.m
~HE' undersignemd, have associa ted thmem
selves together,~ untler 'he above namt
ai)styrlerfoe the tra-naiction of all basi
neCss rn the mnercantile line and mnay bem
fouind at the old stand of Wmn. WVEll
avhere they willl be-happy to see and- aic
g~omodate their friends and the pn~blic.
RL. C. W V BIB,
Rt, S. W EBB.
Mlar.I15, 185$. 20 t f
A Niumber of Voters take
p.leasure in) unnomuneintg Conl. WH.1J.IAN
A. COLCLOUGlJ as a candidate foir Slher
jif of Sumnter District, at thm next ele:l ion,
* March J5, 1.5- 1. 0 if.
O lff LB~I, of chnice country cured
faVIJBACON, andi 500 lbs. No. I'
MFAP LA RD. for sale low 'for crash only
biy B1UTL[ES & N BgIny.
Lif Uhdr lUk-Nimd~, Aershmaw, iDarlngtem
pand WVilliamsuut~rg-dimtrt. OJiie, just, bacl
#01 I- 'I. Solomb'itszeae,.
Jaw. ?3, D351, 1g. i
Notice,
Julin S. Iltsterdson. Jr,, Magistrate, wil
atie-ni ,ronptly u-. mill husines *ratrusted ii
Ti. C) fie Jipst .bw of 3. 'T, $olonmanis
*~u 13 r.
Saw and Grist-Mills,
/1111: subscriber is prepared to make
rountractR to furnish Ste:an Engittes,
Circular-Saws, (Grist-1\1:Ils, amti other Ma
clhinery ; nod to erect and put the samtte itn
operation I this or atijoining Districts.
lie is in practical Engineer and Mlachin
nest, and his long xi perience enables him
to give ample satisfaction. Mil's erected
by hitm or under his superiutendzance will
perfortm the amount of work stipulated for,
or contract forfeited.
'ersons having stliclr-nt heads of water,
;tid tiulher enough to amake it an object,
can have the Circular-Saw applied to their
water-mills, warranted to do more and be
ter work in three months than they cnn in
twelve months with the up and down saw.
Owners of Stean.nlIs at presient using
the reciprocating saw, can have their bfltls
made valuable in the saine proportion.
All that is necess. ry otn the part of the
persons wishing to have their o!d Mills al
tered or new ones buih,. is to give the ne
cessary orders, and the subseritier can
corttiiiimnd stulli.etit talent ant ritt terals to
satisty the employers, without requirtug
theta to devote aniy presonln/ attention or
giving tleisclves any further trouble
about the work.
One of these tiilis working ainler the
charge of the subscriber, near Sunter
ville, can lie seen in operatin any workmtug
day Where persons wishing to tngiage
in the busintes, can satisfy thcmselves of
their superiority by actual observation, and
have alI rec.esiary inlorm at:n as rtgards
cost, aiount of work, ianaugenent, &c.,
fully anod t/cel7 imparted.
The suiseiber wilI also furtish esti
mates to parties wising to build, for -Sit).
Estiintates, withf plants, speeificatnons and
references, $5t).
The above and s upt erintending the cree
Iton of Etigiies, not over '!l) horse lower
to drive circular s:w and ri.t mli, 8500.
Over that tamnont of power 0 per cent on
each of additional power anti machinery.
T1. J. Ct)Gi,A,N,
Blacksmith. EIngicer aind Machine.st.
Marih 2-., 1851. 1 t
; -" Watcu n copy : timnes.
LIGHTNING RODS,
r IIE btblters respecfuilly inform the
citizens of Sotitter I)str et that they
have purchased the pttttnt-right to sell and
pt.t up tie best coniluctors of h gh tnotg
ever tmvented, tte ntutiner 'i inulatagt is
as tar superior to tlie tmtle :iilptedif int tle
Spratt coiletietrs. as Sprat 's rods are su
peritr it the ohl rot- used live or ten years
'lhe tmyrove.m'nts in these insulators
were t~atle and parelterie by G. \V. O ,
and by s:ii! (t. . . . ty dl to Ithe 11
M:\ansutacturme_ Conrpany " of \ew 1;>rk,
gand by their lawful Age otivev,.id to us
for Suimmter .strict, South Carolina.
W t w:ll furnish buithln-, pulbbe or pri.
vate, at muoch less c..t, :anti whit a far su.
perior conductor. than has lithert, leen
put up inl this llh.trct. Itttl phlets con.
ttainin;r inftritaittti rou bt had of eu her of
the sub-cribters, ant a tmo.le will soon be
(on exh'il"teen.
I'. I )NT(N and
T..1. ('t)(; 1,:\N.
March 2", 1851. "1 ;t
' \\:tchio:tn copy 3 uios.
At Bishopville.
'TII: Snuhtt ribiers are now retceivin rfont
"ii the ('harle ton, H:altnore ant New
ordi fr t e Sil ad n: ar]l,
('at teit' Fiitn~~l IaI.y l)r -('0uta
ins, I, e tt, :ui.d rP lv \~t. &e
R Fiti A~ I Yu. I Ao I}-oa C,0 Tadl-,rilli,
Lad, ill asitnable oif an ~rw10:
Gent ofmn' fhihinble ff.\' I-i--lura
tt ron, Nu.nis, ul tllow..walrie, Saidls Biridl~ie-,
.\tarin gales aiii C<, j ari , &cti.. &c.,t &c.
Also, Ii at inlyitii supply itoFs ifr
GIC RE OOEN Elt-sPR-s.
A21 ElofE whc w'ill e) sld lEw fo caR.
orao punctual, cushtrs Jtime. 'cul
(tintatiks-y iur enonwrutet om pr uim.
J.'I. OL(S &S&NCO.
B ahopville, .\t r .51. [ f) t g
SPOOC , orSti, -NGR-PRt.;ultyl.; Ri.
riese' ai E forT laEtiDt Cintlt, a~lT.-h
El rdi 8,1c. . 1
oraGrobrics-ine asotmenWt iofi~e titnc
hu am- black and colore, anda Emroide 1 rd
Good, &c.ps &tc. cwtc ib
arebt 1th, 1851. 1 tf
Co-pearteruhinpd t
announe .llr lOMS le. \Vn~tcI aiart
reseflntat4 ive for Clareotouny t.h
Maurch 3, 85t. 210
Allarieuby th next Triacoice
le otet of Groie r~ Badtimre, suchti
aos C oa'ritigd hi and C lh Sgarw, sueriorll
TR I ~ us and a tColT e de, j of. 1. Ma ckrli
Kits,moas, Starc &c.,d ttL~IOa whieb can be
Bah~t~ U'I'IER & NEWBElly,
Ma rch 15:h, 185 29 tf.
DR. C. H. MIOT,
COLUMIA, S. C.
NEAR TIlE COURT 110 USE;.
DEALER IN
Drugs, Yledicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
Articles.
SEI.ECTE'ID EXfili 'ssI.V F'Oll TIIIS
MAltKET.
Iarch 15, 1851. 20 lv.
Boots & Shoes,
JAMES FENTON,
1)7, lictardson Streel.
COfrU11ila, S. C.
If AS constatly on hand and i. daily receiv
ing fresh suppl ies of all kinil of .?die ai l
(Gentlernen'sr loots nil Shoes of Ithe latest lisi
ions. Also, FIlESIl CA .F-SKINS anI S)LE
LE E RATl EIt for liiot- Initkers .
llarhei 15, 1851. 20 ly.
l, Hinsdale
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
25, RICIIA IDSOV STREET,
and corner ~J' (.a rrais' Strcct,
CO)LUl:la, s. r.
Malrch 5, 185,1. 20 lY.
Hardware, Paints, and
Oils, &c,
J. & ,1. H. EUIRIIT,
('OL UJIA'./., S. ('.
SIGN OF Tf. GOLDN JACK-PLANE.
OfITer for sh- at Very low prices, a large ad
well av.-orted stoek o'
.31/11.,-8.. A W .1' 1 ) .1111,- IRONS,
'A IT1'7'8, OILN,A.1) DYE
S TUFFS.
" (Gnods dliviered at the Depot free of
tcharge.
.J. &- .1. IR. E;WillT.
Marcth 15, 1851. 2'0 ly.
White Lead! White Lead!!
10,000 L's. Jl tli l' 11l''.
LE I /) for Sale, liw.
..r J. -'.W IT
tol uiiiiti, S. .(;
MTarebl 15, 1951.2, y
A. BROIDE,
Dealer in Prorisions, .Floiur,
i.-l COX, (1R OCA'iL lS, '" NS,
L ' LSt,
Plantation Supplies and
'TElA, Nl IASSE*S, CII l-ESE, &c.
191, Rielwurdson Streetl,
(LUMIl.\, S. C.
Marib 15, 185-). 20 ly.
IVuller & Senn,
I FJIO LES..-tL/E s lX ji Ah I lL
COI.A!MBIA, S. C.
I Il N iubscribiers woiuld re-pe t fu'ly caull
. lti he ttoiu oi oflthir inn l-t and the
eitiz.-ns geneu~ralyi of( 8taintr I)i.t rit. to
thir i-xtenstive ioul wi- siIceted stock of
(G1I)('I Itl l . m~ guieir:, andii piartaiularl
ol t heir l".\ .\I Il lf)0EI 1'1.8 A.N I)
I '1 ) \1'if )NS, whiebi will hb d isposed o
(in as~1~V ruvraii terms~ a are (all'red at anyv
oither estabh~l-hmient in thle citr.
All ordecrs for God will incet wilth
IPrompllt atitendini and he cxsectited with
Ispec al care.
C. P. REMVSEN,
(SU'CCEKSSOlCt) It. l1AWI.EAX,)
MANUIWAC[lUImRI OF
TW'~O 010)(i lJEI.OW THE1 MAItKI*'I',
C OLU.11111.1, N. C.
March -, 185i. 20 ly.
MYcKENZIElS
C~OXFECTI'OxAIR Y AX!) F'ANCY
Stor'e,
ANo. 1:80. RichardIsonJ ,Stree,
. C~l.UNllIlA, 8. C'.
PiAIlTIS A N I) W EDDI)NGS I'ltNI8IIEDI
Jii/OLLESI1L' 1Ef AI R TA IL.
Mitrilh 15, 1851. 20 lv.
MYILLS --HOUSE.
TIIOM AS 4.NICKIE RSON
P r o p r i Oe t o- r ,
CHJI AIZNETON, S. C.
Feb 29, 185I. 18 Ic.
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
BY (G. W. BOMAR,
SiouthL-sI corncr of Church/ andt Qjucen.ss
CIIAI1Il.8'TON, 8. C.
EXCELSIOR HOTEL,
(Cuadeun, 8. C.
D. S. SARGEANT,
Pl 'I{YitE TIt.
Nov- 9, 1R5:3. 9 t r
0, T. MASON,
WATCI-.MAK1~II & JEWELER.
IS propeed/1to 40-41l /nWIflnpr of work in hi
lille, with neatncas and1 desipatchi. Ilis term
art C'Ann. kieis still' at his old innd jus
abiove llie Tian. a,'l'
Fe b. %. 1854 lr.. if
Salem Nomination.
After an extensive notice had been, cir
cubited, Ithe citizens of Salem asletld
at the liRev. F. It'uh's t mill, on Friday the
17th inst , for the purpose of nomlinating a
calnldlate to represent them in the next
Legislat ire.
On ii-ion of Mr. 'l'hns. S. Price,
Mr. Wmn. It. lHurgess was called to the
chair, who, on a kin it, briefly explained
the object of the meletingj ; whereupon it
was moived and seconded, tHul a comltmlittee
of five be appointed, (alterwardlsi a:nended
to ten.) by the cliair whios dny it will be
to noh:niite atl report to th(i= meeting a
suitable candidate for the Iegislati:e, at
thio ne.tt clection. Whliereupon the chair
named the followvin.1 commuittee( viz : 1". S
\Worshatn, Wtm. lirand, Sr., H1. L. Mlcin
tosh, Jos. S. Ilurgress, 11. Evans, l)r. 1).
Soiuth, Jn3o. Me Knight, J. A. lholdin, 'Thos.
S. 'rice, and '.' ot. J. 31 0Knight, wh, pro
ceeded im nediately to discharge the duty
assigned tem1 , and after retirng a short
time, returned assi reported the name of
Dr. Satnl. W. Viherepoon as a suitable
inlividual, which being submitted to the
mneeting* was nuanimusly" adopted.
WM3. lt. BU~lt(isS, Chairman.
March Sth, 185-)1. 19 4t,
FALLS & KINARD,
w 01 1 I) respectfnI!y announce that
thev are now opemnig a large and
eicico stock of FOiGEIUN ANI) DO
\ LS''IC I)t\ GOOD)S, for the present
Sprui trade. comprisin' (wvery variety of
S-HKS, 1)iESS-(-X)l)S, AND EM
1111011)E01111 S irmported. Also. Ilouse
F urnishing; and l'lantation G;ood-, I Iosiery,
G'!oues, & c. & C.
'aris and I.vona Mantillas, 3Mantillettes,
&. ,., of the latiest da"igns .
On our second .bors w-ill he found Car
petings of every lul1:ity, RJugs, Oi-Claths,
.tat to s. W\'altowY Shad~e-, Cutrtrinu f)am-.
ars, icc :nil .\lslin (urtains. GiOL ('or
ricev, w":ith a wintplee Stock of W\itolow
TIrionutnng.
The attntion of bunyers is respectfully
solicited at our New Glass Front Store, a
few diors above the imarket.
(oumbia, S. C., ilarch 15, 15.1-20-It
At G. SQUIER,
N M 9 A N I) 21n1.
3____ A I N STiItI1-:'T,
!' .t 3lllA, S. C.
Manufacturer and General
)1;.11:R 1.
FINE AD) PLAIN
Pia no's, Chairs,
\\':W\A1L1. 1'.\I'i":11, &r.c. c". c
At very lmv prices for ca-Ih. Hot ts constant
ly replenishing his laryt a ortmnt front hi-;
31ANI'FA("I '1itY in ol'utnhia, and from
.\ew Yort. ni Inw olli-rs a grete(lr varity
than usual. e'ipecially .o in '.\NC1- A\i)
-'N.1;1-:[.1-1 I) 'I'I{ \I1 i't-:, ittin andl
Itocking ('hairs. Ace. &v. A f :til "( .- ilft~ tA 1
A4. I. (;. IF. (1 C . St1-',RIt OR A yt)
1.Itl.\rr' 1.31Ui IV . I) PIANOS, at New
\Turk eash prices. f. 1." Allt P'iatns or F'urni
(tire ib hb limt ar 're arranted fnr ltear
or Ion".r. All kind. of Furniture itertty' ral
pronmptly reparir..
A larie lot of mii:(.1 .\N' VFNF1::lts n
hai. with other Cab inet .laker's Materials, in
gr;al vari'tv.
WAV 4.1I..'It A NI) I1Ilti)ERINt, a
7,Z I-r iunera'ls erved at1 '1hrt not ice wvit'
.1f i c 1 i :si. 2:) i v.
ROBERT A. YONGUE,
C'() I~Ul~[I I.1, X. ('.
Large and handsome Stock
UF iI. IW-Lit4, &c.
In add1it30ionI o 0 his frmetr "3tock, ile hasE just
recivedi'~. a newt and1 'utensi'~ve. asaioritent of
CI.( RKS oif evetry' variety. Silve.'r aniii Pated
Ware11, a1 tar. va rit : .\lilitary' aind iFane(y
l'in~e j'l'oeke :1( tie abd' le ( 'lry, tai a largo
a.'Ortmntl1 0f i"A N'Y (.1(1)1)5.
llisi prices.' wtill b foundit. 44n e'xaninlaionf, 3o
ilcit a contli33inuanc of thel pat(rona~gi of his
former friendst' and11U ersomenrs.
31arch 15, 1953. 21) 1
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
1)eoa'r. in
U/ixn"r, J)',e'.V/nt/s, urn?// e;l/ g'ad
medicines,
A. e Imlt a 13rtmen, of lte bI.t gnli t3,
M. Ntel.sos as~ a c(3)nlidate for Seinato'r for
Clarem~ntt Cotyl (, at1 thle ensning elction),
and olig Ma Ny 1'tI n us.
Febiriiary i3th, 1.45 1 15 tf
M4lj. Entr ol: 4.u( wi oblige lmany'
I NG as a caindidamte for Rtepresentlative for
Claremont Counlty, at the next seossion of
ou Igishlitnre. 0ie1'hiV
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN.
Wil .. Iract ('0 in S(1inter an id the ad.
joiing Jihitricts.
February 15th, 185I. 20 t f
PVILION IfOTEL,
MYr. Editor : The Citizenis
of ('Iar'ndnn Coun4.ty a're de.sirous that C. .
IL. Jtt'EYNOLD)S, repre'ent them in th6e nert
I egisilture. iiy annJ(ounc1'ing him at ('amlitia
for that ('ffle'e. y"un nill eoblige them.i'
Forty-three Negroes
FOR SAILE.
113Y permission of Wiiliams Lewis, Or
dinary of Suter i)i.trict. I will
sell hefore the Court louse of Sutmter
District, on .lonrluy the :3rd of April next.
to the hiehest bidder, FORTY-illtEIE
NEi;tOES. belonging to the Estate of
R. Ml. Sanders. These negroes are all
votng al I have been raised in Stumter
District, anitd are an unconmm only like'v
g:rng. The terius of the sale wtIl be one
third payable the first of Novenber next.
'The ba lance int two and three years, with
interest upon the whole front ilay of sale,
patyable annually. The purchasera giv
ing bond and approved security, and a
norage of the property and paying for
t he necessry pape~rs.
W.- M. SANDERS,
Administrator.
WI1.1, be sol at the pianittion on
Thuirsdany the 3dcth inst., the perisha;tble
property of the said Estate, consisting of
Corn, Fodder, Stock, Plantation Utensils,
Idouse-hOld arnd Kitchen Furniture, &c &c.
'Tertns made known on day of snle.
W. M. SANDERS,
Administrator.
Mares 1.i, 1851. 20 8t.
' Colnubia anner and Camden
Journal will please copy the sale of the
neg.roes until day of sale and forward bills
Io ih is oflice.
$50 REWARD,
RUNA WAY from the subscriber on the
5thI inst. near liritton's Ferry on the
great Pee l)ee, said negro fellows to wait
CYRUS, belonginrg I.o Mr. S-inuel 1ell
of Conwayboro' of S. C., is tof rather light
complexion for a negro, about 6 feet. high,
with ligh cheek bones, well built and will
weigh about 185 pounds. lie is about :30
years of are, and formerly belonged to
Mr. McCloud, of Sumter District.
J'ACK, colu(nonly called .ack .ones, of
li- tnt complexion and inclines to stoop in
his shnilders, is about 50 years of age, a nil
had on when he left, a slick, or firemans's
hat, arid an oil cloth coat.
JOSEPII, dark complexion, about 5
feet 8 inchle . weghs abont 160
pounds. with whiskers aid wears a esp.
ALl'1ED, the brother of .loseph. tho'
lowcr height, .nf dark comoplexion, weighs
about 1:35 pounds and would be taken fir
a b1y of 1> years o!d.
I.LEWIS, about 25 years old, of light
cintplexion, rather round shouldered,
abfut 8 eet 8 ircha higli.
The nclove negroes are iteiinrent an4
quick spoken, except Jack who has a
stubborn look. 'Ihev are all front the*
Eastern part of North Carolina, except
Cyrus, and it is supposed will endeavor to
tmake their way back. Cyrus, though not
from No Ii Carolina that we know of, way
be induced to keep with them.
We will pay ten dollars for each, lodg.
ed in :any .laior in I his S! ate or North Caro
lina, so that we can get thern.
S. & 11. I3-LL.
Mia r. 15, 1851. 20 3t
Dr. W. JasDargan & Co,
R ETA IL 1)1A LERS in Drugns, Meli
eines. Paint. Oils, I ve Stuir, 'a
tent Medlicines, W'indow (lass( , Perfumnery,
Facy A ricles., arid a variety of other articles
onally~tt tkept in tDrurg Store..4
J.No. W. I)x tio.i s, W. J.r s. D)A RG AN, M. D.
L3Y Next door ro Cinra'i Hotel.
Jant. '2, 1851t. 1t0-f.
Epping's Sarsaparilla,
('ItE>T NOW IN USI2d
Andu a variety of oilier pmolar Pa.tent Medi-.
(tines, for nsale by
Dr. WV. JAS. D)A RGAN & CO.
A Lot of Paint Boxes,
tWater (Colorut,) for sale by
L)ARG;AN & CO.
Fetb. 29J, 185 I- 18 cC
Garden Seed.
A lnrge supply, kept counstiaty na hiard
by
IDARGAN & COY.
Feb,. '29, 183 iF
Excelsior Family Starch,
frnp~rund pan I's,"4 poiwderenl. AlIso the
Feb."9 .811.in18
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Prnipareud by Rus.htn, Clacrk & Co. Also,
coal! iirtraw nnsor Oil, (tvery line.) for Hale
byv I)ARGAN & COi.
F'eb. '29, 1-'5t. 18 if
Spanish Cigars
A ND FINE CH EW ING T1OH-ACCO, for sale
bny
DARGCAN & CO.
Fecb. "29, 195t- 18 i f
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
A henitifii assortmint. (Call at Daiirgan'sa
aqdrn e.Cnuihu'ne he. Akbn fa variety of Note Pa
p-:r em'l [i~aelope's, for sacle by
D)AR;AN & CO.
. -Nex door to China's HtoteI.
Foeb. 29, 1951. I8 t f
Samuel Jeffords,
C'OMMJ'SION MERCH /IAXT',
(Orrce, Norrit Contirnew. WHiARF,
CJIIARLESTON, S. C.
Feb.29,915. 18 ly.
J. B, NIXON,
PROPRIETOR OF THlE
Corner Qunen and Churchi-sts.
Chauletoni, S. 04
Feb. 29, I16 16 ly.
E. R, C0WPERTHWAIT,
Furniture anid-Chair
KING, 267 STRIEET,
Five Doors tabeve Wenitwe~itth.
(l A R I, E STO ", S.' C.
Whe. 2. I Rn i 1 ni.
PERRY,]
A T THE OLD STANID
1I AS just received and offrnrs frr sale, at Cliai
lBLA N K KT-s, at 50 ench. good and heavy,.
IHeavy Twille lIed Flannel. 31. 1.4 santa p
Sattineta. Kerseys,. &c., at full assortmIent, 8
(Georgia Kersoys and il'laias-Schley'siiagaw
Alons. 1)el.ains, at 12 1.2, 18 3-4,25 cents;
Prints, Domestics. &e., of all prices tud quo
Carpeting, at 50, 75, $1 00, $1 12 cents ;
Pickled leef, Smoked and Pickled Tongues
Sugar, CoA'e, Ncon, FIlor, Lard, Butter, Rice
800 Packs Fire (Graekers,- for the Boys;
20,000 Segars-choice brands. .
Iardi
His heavy stock, and good assortmopt ar
.A FUL AII RD GEEll
Assortment complete, together with every dses
will be sold as low as can he bought in any-marl
Purchasers will find it to their advantage as well
stock is large, embracing Any thing and Ever
5000 poundls witnted, -for which the I
or in Cash or Merchandize.
One' Hundred Do z
for which over the market pries will be paid in I
det. 2,1S3.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity--Sumter District
It. Yates, et. al,
, rs. Bill for Acet. &c.
Wm. Sanders, et al.
IN p nunce of an order in this case, I
will ofer sat ptbic -ale on the first Mon
day in May next, between the hours of 11
o'clock A. M., and 3, '. 1i., at the Court
Hlouse in the )istrict and State nforesaid,
the lands particularly below described, ly
ing in Marengo county, in the State of Ala
bamaa, to wit: East half of N. E. quarter
of section 32, in township 14 of Range
one East in the District of St. Stephens,
Alabama, containing 79, 80 1-2 100 acres.
Ve t half of N. IV. quarter of same
township, range tic., contaning 79, 80 1.2
101) acres.
East half of S. E. quarter of fractional
section 31, in same township &c., contain
ing 80 acres.
North East quarter of Fractional section
31. in same township &c., containing
151,6-10) acres.
S. W. suhdivision No. 3, of Fractional
sectio:n 1, in township 13 of Ilange one
West. in the dist rict of lands subject to sale
at St. Stephens Ala., cont;uining 100,77-.
10b acres.
East half of S. W. quarter of section 0,
in township 13 of lR-ange one East. contain
ing 80,)1_, 1.-2-M): acr'e".
S. W. subd.vision NT). 2 of fractional
sect ion 1. in township 13 of rangc one
West, containing 11,77-100 acres.
N. W. half quarter of sections 12, in
town:-.ip 13 of range one West, contain.
ing 89 acres,
East half and N. W. quarter, of N. W.
quarter ofsection No. G, townslip 13, range
No. one East containing 121,47-100
S. W. quarter of section No. 31, town
ship No. 14, of range one East, contain
tainig 160 acres.
East half of N. E. quarter of section
No. 1, township No. 13, of range No. 1,
Vest, contaming b(' acres.
Vest half of S. E. quarter of section
No. 31, township No. 14, of range No. one
East, conta ining 80 acres.
WV. half of S. WV. quarter, of section 32,
township 14, range No. one East, conta in
ing 79,6-100 acres.
We'st half and S. E. quarter of N. E.
quarter o1 sectioni No. (5, townwhip NI). 13,
of ranige No. one East, containing 121,48
100 acres.
WVest half of N. W. quarter of section
No..5, township No. 13, of range No. one
East, containing 80,89-100) acres.
N. E.. quarter oif N. E. qularter of section
No. 6, townsahip Ni). 13, of range No. one
East, cont aining 40,49.4))
Tnnats :So touch cash will be reqgnired
as will pay the expenIses of the sale for the
b-dlance the pinrchiaser, unles he prefer to
payi3 cash, to give botnd with good sourely
to the Commissio~ner, panyable in two equal
annual insta lnents. with iterest fronm the
dlay of sale payable annually until the
whole is paid.
WN. F. B IIAYNSWORI'iI,
Comn'r Eq'y S. D.
Sumterville, Feb. -28, 1854.
Feb.. 29, 10-t. 18 9t
le We are authiorised to
annonnee .\lj. A. (C. SPAiN as a caiid,
daite for Repiresentative trim Claremuont
Contnty. at the ensuing election.
Feb. 22, 1851. 17 tf
To the Public,
JOllN CIIINA *ofE~e his services to lth
citizens of Sumter District and the pubtir gen-.
erally andl pledges himself toi gitb every atten.
ton Ito thei sale of all properties entrusted to lhis
hands (in commisiin, either at. tuetion. or pri
vale sal. TIhe facilities he enjoys, aa to situa
tin aut his long experience in the business are
satisfactoiry evidlenc~e of his abiility to do jnstiee
to any who may emtploy him.
Feb 22, 1S51. 17 tI
le messrs, Editors: You
v.'ill obilige mtany voters of Clare.mont Elec
tiot l)jstrict by announ~cing Col. R. L.
ROACIIE t IUOIT(I as a candidate for a
se-at in the Loawer Branch of the Legishi
ture of the State of Sou'h Carolina,-at the~
enusuinig election.
Fe b. 22, 1851. 17 tW
Who Wants. Money ?
T1he siubscriher for one, is particulcriy in
want of it. anid lhe hopes thiat those who lave
patroinized lhim so lberilly, will contimte their
friendship biy paying up, and enabling him to
mect the .de~aindls oif others. "Wheels cannot
move without grenae'
T. D;: FR1IESON
Old Brass anfd Coepei,
The Stbscriber will pay 12.2 cents per
pounod in cash for any quat'-ity of old Blras
orn Copper, dliverf'd at his simpis, neair thte
WViinngtron-mi Mimchester R. Rt. Depot
in Stianterville. ...
T.J. CGE N
Februtary 25, 1851 18 if.
..Notice.
Tie Suibscriber, wife oflHiihert Croghari
of Sutervi lie, Shop-keeper, hereby gives
notice thiat at the exptration oif one month
fronm irst public~tiots of i~ i dbsieret
it is her intention to trade oas-, bie trader.
.MARY CRIOGHAN.
Wetu a , 1uu.. 10 t
Oi' A J. & P. MOSES.
katon prices (freight includled) 5'ltYANT'&
er yard '
nic as 'ow as 1' 2.3 oents;
ifacture
ilities ;
Mackerel,. Salnond,. Iob 'ers, Sarliea, d
Molase, Salt, &c., dec.
vare.
too well known to require enumeration.
A T ASSOlRT1ENT.'
~tion'of O olf, s(sit the coentry trade, whlk
e1.for cah, or to approvddl purdlim'sefs,- t -tiri
its mine, to call on me before p'urehasing. My
y thing."
>ol.L2 'S~i ogDl28 ...
ighest, market price will be paid, eith
en Eggs Wanted;
arter. -
Columbia Clothing
Fullings; Bostwick & C
_COLUMBIA S.- C.,
JAVE. constantli on h and t1 Nr9 e
etock of
in-this place, which they are prepared t'
sell at prices lower than any o her estab
lishment in Columbia.
Their Clothing is manufactured'by theni
selves with- particuJar reference to this
marker, ti they feel wartented t ay it
,is inferior to none, and SUIdFRU9 TO
MO.is Q.LO'Il G offeregI ip'any part
of the eauntry. 'I heir business is doh'
ducted upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods marked in
plain figures upon each article hv which a
uniformity of price is observed, and the
inexperienced buyer is enabled to make
his purchases nt as Iowa rate, as the more
experienced and better jidge ..1Peraons
visiting ,Colubnia arc respectfully invitdtl
to an examination gfAur stock and icire.
February 15th, 183-1. 16-1.
Notice;
Look Up 8t4et
.WEDn CLARK'S IIOTI: is still in ji
eration-(thanks to the .kindness of gr&d'
friends)-ready to receive customers,' and
entertain them, to -their entire satisfaction.
.1r. C. is resolved that his Hbtil s'hall not'
be excelled by any house in thit: iodi'try.:
Everything the market can furni;li stall,
be spread upon lis,tabibl, wall copllel' a'.yk
cleanly. '1 he beds are all in good order,
and shall be kept so. Give him a trial'
and Mr. Clark pledges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, 1834 11 tf
New Store and New
thii villnge, and has now epened'i 'larg'e aii
well aLssorte'd stock -.- .., ,
o~f F a-esla amad Select,. P'saga ag'
MeduIici ne", willa Paaints, Olis,
Dye-Stau fs, WV dowV G insa,'V.'a
artslses, Pecrinemt ea'gt'e at'e
ddca. &c. &c, *11 of wJij are
of the best qtuality, and.wifl le sold on'accomo
dating terms. A share of thepbiarng
is solicited. -opbi arng
D)ec. 23 1853. g-i.g
TINDL, WATSN & Co.
TII E1 subsecribers having estahhuhed them
aelves at the stand opposite A..J Moses' Store,
ree >ectfuzlly solicits the attention of their friend.
and the public to their wvell abloeced stock.
'Theuir assortment comprises aIn avticles usu'alty
*eipt, Caueping~ Iignera) and.will be constantly
repteraiilied, add disposed of on as favorable.
'terina as ar6 ofe!redianyiwhme'r..
Tlheir stock consists in paret:igollows -.
Ladies' Dress Goods and-TPrimming
I'.adtes' Collars, Chiemise tt%. and dndet.
sleeve.
Ji.cesq. Edigings, nd lInseriings,
.T&conet and Swiss--Muslins,
-Ladies' and tIeimen's L. C Hdk f's.
At lrgai lo't of Hosiery and Gloves, Cravats
ndw fieks. . . .Also,
A' altl su piof-Prints andI Domestics.
('lt.OCRI E8. Hardware. Hiolloware,
Carpenter's and lllacksnmith's Tols
Cistern Pumps and Pipem, Carriae Tiin'
Initgs,
Crocker~y -and Glassware, Sadd~bry anid-'
H arnes,-~
Boiot,., Shoes, Hants. Cray,. Ready' mada
Clothing. &c. &. &c
.A rs S. TI'i iA rt,.
SAMUtol. WATSON.
HI. W. GaarDSKa.
Februasry- 22,-15 17' tf
For Sale.
IIj~E SUflSCRIB3SR'offers for sale o9
. ve ty reaiAnnabl e.ns~ some valuable
iiijprovedl and unimproved 'lo ipa th'd Toirn of*
Suimtervillc. For partibulars, apply to
..ARCH'D. ANDERSON.
Slimrterriffe,'ykn. 3d, iA54. 10-tf.
LDmber andligood
-THlE tub.at'iler, suaperrntendant of the
Steam Saw Mill of Coghlan, IDixon & Co., re
six-etfstily inforins -the publice that they are pro.
pa red to furnishi.Lumber'of an~y dicscrprion at
the shortest notice.
JHtv-ingp good wag unial ', th#can de.
liver to pirghaseru whegn dpired. .'Ihe have'
a largeqaantity ofprimi O - and ' tw'ood
whii tid endelve tocutonrs ouindsr
ato tqrms.
TIRails.-~..A rpasoiiahl dedue'n in gallj casea
for cash, or other widoe, n los wff be tak'en when
ordepe are filled.
nEvery asertio. ill be usied to'giveaatistae
tion to those who 1140= up with ordets.'.
-.-CO(bAN,'DIXONA Co..
~Suterville,.1a. 100I. -It
-F1eEEMAN HORYT
H. AS just received (rmm New York4 a
. H good pasOrtmfenit of tine JSEWELRY/
I'OCKEiT CUTLERY, GOLD SPEiC.
TACLES, &c., &c., which Ihe will soll es
.chea p for 'cash as any other rctailing est
'tablishment in the State.
TIhankful for past favtrs, he rpcttiafr
solicits s' corntinuance of the patm e
his old friends and thb public non 1.

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