Suuterville, S. C.
} Respectfully informs the people of Sum
ter District that he has jut receive.I and
now ofters fur sale the bes' selected and
most-chite stock of
Spring and Suurinumer
That cannot he surpassed by anything in this
market. Ite has received many new styles
which purchasers would do well to nxaine be
fote buying elsewhere.
BROADULOTIIS, CASSIM ERES AND
----AS B so
A full and large supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
Drawers, (loves, Suspenders, Cravais, IHand
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assortment of ItEAI)Y MADE CLO.
THINt, which will he sold low.
$F Garnents mannfactured by the stbscri
ber, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or
ders from a distance promptly attendod to.
April 5th, 1854 if
' ONS. BERGER having been advised
to open a Dancing School in sum
terville, respectfully informs the citizens of
said place that he will do so on the 1st of
May, or sooner if he can leave Charleston
before said time. Mons. R. is already
known at Suttervtllc, having taught there
in 18.50. Hie will however say fo- the
information of those persons who do not
know him that he is an "Artist" and teach
es what is really dancing ; teaching from
the beautiful "Walking Steps," called
Ladies and Gent lens style, up to the tmost
difficult passes of Opera Dancing. le
also assures the public that he teaches the
figures of the "Quadrilles " such as thew
are danced at the bull root. also the real
Polka, Schottish, Redowa, Polka, Mazuka
the beautiful Sicilienne, and the walt z a
deux temps or "waltz at two times" heing
now the only waltz used in fashionable
Society. He also teachtes the old Style
of dancing with fancy dances of every
description. Best references given.
Ter ms : $12 per session of 18 lessons,
three lesson a Meck:
Should the class be of 40 pupils the
price will be only St1I. Persons wish
ing to subscribe will call on Mr. Theodore.
Apr. 5. 1854. 23 ti
tLI Wateenan copy.
XCrH! XC! ICtXc
THE " WILMINGTON
ICE HOUSE "
Is now open. The Public muy depend npon
having their wants supplied, at ALL SEA
SONS of the year, on reasonable term..
Ice ordered from the countfy will he well
packed and promptly forwarded at all times.
All orders fur Ice must be addressed to WIL
1fINGTON ICE HOUSE."
*r TER MS CASH, which will be strict
ly adhered to in all cases.
Deposits may be made by persons ordering
from a distance.
gL-r PRICE, ONE CENT PER POUND.
Extra charge for package, dray age. &c.
A. M. VAN BOK KELEN,
April 5th, 1831 23 in.
WILL be given for the apprehension and de
livery to the Master of either Workhouse in
Charleston, or any jail in the State, of ISAAC,
sometimes called John Brown, who, without
any kumvu cause, ielt the James init l'lamtna
tion on the 20th of October last. Said fellow
is 5 feet 8 inches in height, mustee complexion,
smart, intelligent spoken, and is a Carpemer by
trade ;and when lasthbeard of was In thte lower
counitry,. on 3MeCord's plantatin. Fiftyv dollars.
in addition to the above rewardt, will he paid
upon proof to conviction of bia heing haurbored
or em plyed by a white or enhtred person.
Ap~ vto 3. &J. D. KlRKi'ATRIICII.
3 are29Jth, 1853. 22 tf.
OFFERS for sale his plantation in the Fork
of Blac-k River containing
Fincenu luntd red Acres
of lAnd ttwo huntdred and fifty acres cleared
,and well fetnced ; also a fine stock of Cattle and
JAMES 1I. NELSON.
March 29th, 185-4. 22 tf
WILL BE SOLD
IN Stumterville, on Wednesday the 12th
of April, to the highest bidder, 15 or
20 good young Northt Carolina llorses,
among which are two ponod p~air. TIhese
horses will be sold on a credit nttitm first of
November, for notes wtth approved securi
Ear h 29th, 1854. 22 td.
!!3 Watchman copy.
THE subscribers are now receiving their
stock of Spring and Snammer goods, which haive
bteen selected with great care, anud catnnot fail
to giss satisfaction in style,qnality, and prices.
Our stock compaises all articles which the
wants andi taste of the community demand, and
we solicit a call from outr friends and the pubi.
hie' before calling elsewhere as we have many
new afyles which cannot fail io please-.
TIN29 ;DAL, WATSON <4CO
N. A. COHEN & COHN,
FOREIGN and DOMEESTIC
No0. 117 East Bay,
NATHAN A. COHEN,
CH A RLESTON, s. C.
Mar. 29, 1851. 22 ly
We the friends of A, R.
BitADH Al' Esqlr., take pleasure in an
nouncing him a' a candidate for Sheriff
of 3umnter Distriel, at the ttex't Electin.
jiar. MANY FRIEDS.
* Rl OFFICE 1S PREPARIED TO
All Ordene to~ Job Work,
W it N itcs c1f)Y IStpattIJ,
We hope thnse of ouar ,oaaders tishinw
Irork dann' in this lin, will g~ ite a calf.
T IE best a-mt hatesi Editionts of School
floks, of all' kimirls i. erraul tuse, to bc
tadt at 1W'ITIKlt & N~E$EX'S.
- MIafeff rthe I854 2(1 t f.
3' Yn 5. ~adsotls Jr,, lMagistrate, wii
te sepl t al snakysertrsted is
Jrt1. lwe just iye;oi. .H mn
To raise Supplies for the Year 1854,
and for oth er Purpose..
Sscrtos I.- lie it ordainesd by the Ins end..
ant and Wardens of Sumterville, now met and
sitting in Town Council, and by the authority
of the same, that a Tax be and the sname is
hereby laed on all Rteal Taxable property with.
in the limits of the said Village of thirty-five
(35) cents, on every hundred dollars valuation
ofsnch property, according to assessment.
SECTION 2.-T'lsnt a Tax of twelve (12) cents
he, and the seine is herehy itnposed upon each
and every slave within tho'limits ofsaisd Village,
to be paid by the owner or person hireing or
having control ofsueh slave or slaves.
SEc-rtoN 2.--That every person liable to the
Tax imposed by the 21m section of this Ordi
nance, shall sake a just and true return on
oath to the Clerk, of the number of slaves for
which he or she is liable to be taxed, on or be
fore the first day of May, and if any person
shall fail to make such return, he or she shall
forfeit and pay a sum of money not exceeding
the surn of 'wenty Dollars, iand it shall be the
duty of the Clerk to report every such default.
er to the Town Council at their next meeting
SECTION. 4.-That the Taxes hereby im
posed on Real property and on Slaves must be
paid to the Clerk and Treasurer before the
first day of May next, and it shall be the duty
of the Clerk to make a return to the 'T'own
Council on that day, of all persoans who have
failed to pay said taxes, whereupon Execution
shall be issued tterefor and for ecst. under the
hand of the Intendant and the seal of the cor
SECTIoN 5.-That each Free person of color
residing within the lirnits of Sutttcrvillo, from
the age of fifteen to the age of sixty years,
shall pay a tax of Two Dollars ($2 00) each,
and each and every such person,' from the age
of Ten to the age of Fifteen years shall pay a
tax of One Dollar (*1 00) except such as are
clearly incapable from mains or otherwise, of
gaining a livelihood, the taxes hereby imposed
on free persons of color shall be paid to the
Clerk or Secretary on or before the first day of
May next, and if any free persots of color shrill
fail to pay said tax, an Execution therefor and
for cost shall be issued to the Marshall direct
ing him to levy such tax and cost of the goods
and eattles of such free persons of color,nnd
in case sufficient goods and ehattles cannot be
found, then to seize such free person of color
and sell hin or her for such tite as will pay
such tax tud cost.
SECTION G.-That every white inhabitant,or
free person of color who is liable to work on
the sin ets of the villege, shall on the payment
of Two Dollars and Fifty cents to the Clerk
and Treasurer before the first eday of May next,
be exempt front such work until the first day
of May 1855 and all persons owing one or more
slaves liab!e to work on said streets, shall on
paytnent of two Dollars and Fifty cents to the
Clerk and Treasurer before the first day of May
next, for eaeh and every sith slave be exempt
as regards such slave or slaves from such work
until the first day of May 1855, anl the Clerk
shall make a return to the Council at the first
reguiar fleeting after the first day of May next,
of ut persons who shall fail to pay for such
SEcTtoN 7.-That no free person of color
residing without the limits of the staid Village
shall be permitted to work therein unless he or
she shall first procure front the Marshall a writ
ten permit for such privilege, for which the
stint of one dollar atud fifty cents shall be paid,
and for negieet of obtaining such perntit, ie or
she shall be taxed double to be collected by
execution tgainst the gols ref such free per
sons of color ; and if hie or she have no goods
by execution against the person of sutck free
person of color.
SECTION 8-'That no slave whose owner re
sides withost tite Iinits sf sail Village shaltl te
permitted to work thereit tinless a written per
mit he first procured from the Marshall for which
the stm of City edits shal)lie p;ast for a csnainn
labosrer, atnl the sntt of oets dolhar and fifty
cents for a neclhunic and it'such slave shall work
therein without such permit such slave shall
he imprisoned by the 3Marshall until released by
the Council, an.l in no ease will a release be
orderel until the price of lermit and expenses
ofitnprisonment have been paid.
SEcTroN 9 -Th'at no l'ermit shall be grant
ed under the 7th and 8th Se, tinsse of this Ordi
nance for a hsngsr tittle titan three months..
Sr.cTIoN 10.-'Ihat persons in po.session of
Property on the first day of, March inst., shall
be liable for the Taxes thereof.
k.aibined/ in Co, sil wii ,ug i-,ta u5
Imy hanel and thei Seal of the corpora
tin sf Sumterville, this 13th day of March,
one thounsattd eight ittlred atd Ii fey ftsir.
Mar. 29, 1851. 22 tf
Sale of Valuable Lands.
IN E"QUj'jTY-..~A IUlN D~li~ilCT
Fmsley AM. McCoerkh:, )~
Ine purstanscetof at uderetal ordecr of the
Cousrite o I ljiity in this case, I will ollir
fitr sahe ait Mlaccost Crit lionsse , son the
irst Alondayht itn Sa mtie , thet. l wingtt
va t~luale trat Is oh lande:
I. TIrset ot lande etuateud 'n Da'run-itons
IDistricI, tiesar lie honda tthry oef thle lbstricts
of Mariont atnd l).irlingtotie, atnd withint two
nmdes of the Wdintgton~ andI Manchlester
lRailIroadi, ceontamsin g fiturtseen lhundtredl andi
ntine snere-i, ont wichld Ithlte Mrs. .\l. A.
are a fite mtanition lieiuse, witIh oirnaet
ed "rouii ds, sstt buti ldorgs, gint hiotuses an td
negrot hiouses.. Thle~ landss st this tract is
ina high statte oh cu ttivaetin, aned lcatedl
in a neisghbosrhoodst of wealth an inte o ie- el
ly. 'lThere it also tos the promiises a store
hsousie, constideredl a fine sta sd tor buesmtesss.
A ppra isedl at e ight do Li rs per aicrte.
2. A tract oef land commontissly cat!led thte
irown tract, adtj:tcetnt to the iirst niamedi,
situated int Meariton District, constaittnite
thieteI t hundreid sand twventy.eix arres...
OIn this tact are an overseetr's hotuse, gem
htouse ated tiegro hosuses. Apeprassed at
eight dollairs per;acre
3. A tr.sct ofl hmdt ad~jaetnt to thle Lest
twte tracts, lyintg in .\larlon I bstrttct, knostw s
as the Thonessonsi t ract, ctat~in ir tie
test dollars per acre.
d. A tact ref latnd tadjointing the lThompt
son tract, kniownt as the .ttones tract, cost
tamtinig twety-five acres. Apeprassed it
ten dolLars peor acre.
5. T1hie Wootdrow tract oif Liand, coentn
ing four hundred andit sixteene acres, situ
ated isn Matritn listrict. Appjr: isedl t
four r:tllars per. tecre.
6 and '7. 'The Mill tract of land, tie be
tetlti isn two tracts., situtatetd in Macriont Dist.
trnch, oni the tsoth wiest issle ref G reat Pee
I)ce river, tnear lBurchl's Ferry, conttaings
Ithree I tousande ec ht heuundred antd thttrty
nitne acres. On the traect are a fine steam
Mill, dwellinsg hosuse and tnegro aeises.
''Te lantds of this treact arc well atdaptedl to
the cultivatione of cotteon, corn, etc., cotntaine
a quiati ty of valuabl e timbiler, astd beitng
situated with aet ith srt disnce nof thle Pee
D~ee, ande tibounidotg in a growth of pinG
trees, smaty be coseiditerasbly enhianced isi
value by the foermtatiton of a tutrpenetitne plate
tationt. Afepratised at our diollairs petr acre,
Plats conita ittntg a descripetioenof the
lands will be exhibieted ott the day nof sale,
anid macy bee seten before on apheiationt t
the Comitss oner's office.
Termss of sale: TIhie Ilands will neot he
sold fer less thtan the apprantisedi valute. I
ai grea'ter price thant c theapptraiseenet is
offered, thery wll b le sold oni thotse termts,
~epinses of sale cash--foer the hahasnce a
credit of ne, twor, three, four andh liu
yeair; imeerest fromn the dey of sale, anit
Putrchia'sers lto give beond, wvith two tei
moree applrotedl peersoneal iurities, andth
sliortgage ref the premsises to secuere thi
purfEhase msoneeyr aend to lpay fon the notes
Metrinnh C. hI., Maerch '.!. 185t. s 2-t
In this age of advancement and intelli
gence, why practice inconsisteacy I
It would seem from facts, yearly evi.
dencing themselves, that the chivalric
State of South Carolina and inure espe.
cially, the chivalrous population of Old
Sumter, 'ire fast verging towards the tastes
and opinions of our 1orthern neighbors
and aristocratic Southerners.
Vo would not venture upon this asser.
tion but for the fact,:, " and facts are stuh
born things." Now for the inconsistency.
The planters of our District have allowed
themislves to be prevailed on in many in
staces, to purchase articles of foreign man.
ufacture and mechanism, which on ac
count of their seem l. exterior and that
alone, recommend them to notice,--whilst
in their own midst an article of the same
kind which we think vastly superior, in its
operation and arrangement, is passed
over, and :.e. lected, and the manufictur
era themselves, scarcely enabled through
this neglect to maintain the position (in a
pecuniary view) amongst their fellow cit.
izns winch they deserve.
For one or two years past, companies of
men emigrating front the land of "hams
and nutmegs " have in ti.o.r peregrinations
found a soitable place for locaion in the
genial atmosphere of our Sister state Geor
gia, from whence the whole South;(on ac.
count of their facilities for manutacturer
and the disposal of large futids at their
command) is inundated with an article of
Gins, for which agents are to be iound i
every town, city, or village, who imposed
on, by the travelling agents of those con
cerns, tire in turn, unwittingly placing in
the possession of their supporters, the
Farmner, ant article wh-ch does not answer
the purpose. In using this strong langnage
we do not speak utialvisedly, but can re
fer to sone of our best citizens, who have
been duped. These Gins are calculated
to strike the fancy ,ou a' count of the tine
gloss~y appearantce and coloring to resen.
ide some wood grown perhaps nlrtit of
Mason and Dixon's line and unknown to us.
Our farmers' themselves have contri.
bited to their increase, by g.vintg certili.
cates, that the Ginis work weld, which we
allow they taty do wlen tirst put up; but
it is no un:oannion ihig to hear thei ex
press great dissatistiction, ie a very short
time after the Georgia Gins are put i
operation, it great portion of the iron w, rk
about theim being cast, when once it be
comes broken or out of repair, can never
Ie nended; requiring new work or leavior
the (:in useless, thereby m king up ii
"Etenso" the loss entire, of the price of a
Now, in your midst, are to be found
tuechanics, who can, and do put up a Gin,
mi every respect we think superior to the
Georria for a saller price.
The G;ims boilt by them. have been
proven, both 'n Sumter and the neighbor
ing Districts, to have periormeid a greater
alint i work in a given time, to produce
a better int ndod to pick cleaner than the
Georgia G;in. Anttlier iaivattage is, mo-,t
of the iro:i work aboni 11 uto & IlnoTt
ei's Gmts is wrought. thereby lilin r
the poisessor, shittd itis Gin get out of
repair to go at once to the shop, which
cannot tie the case were it cast, there not
being a foundry in many, many tiilcs, and
still another a dvntage is, the last inimed
Gums are more compactly built and occupy
iiiucli less space tihin the other G.n with
the sate t11inumbe o; 5::ws. 'o the t iuizens
of the D atrict and of the State, we would
say, we th:auk yotu for t e p:tronarge hre.
tOhore exteided to us and eatrnestly solicit
:._ otioninlce iof t4:h saitij.
We cet be fouitnl at all tines at our chop
in Sumnterville, where we will be pleased
tit receive ordlers fotr Umtis oft ruty size tow
in tuse, at 5n!00( per saw which we wilt
wvarratit to trave satlisarlo.On
1llU ISON & BROUlER.
March 29ith, 1$.)>1. 2.2 2t
WIIOLESA LE & RETAIL,
117 King ."freet, Charleshton, S. C,
TIlE hiubscribsar is recei. ig a Ilarge assort.
menit of the abtove goof,.
50),000t Italls or Paipe.r !Tanin~tg. 1000 pairs
of Window Shuades , 100 31:ntrasses, tf every
deacription. Alsoi, P'illtws, IHolstrs, Lice auni
Mlushin Cirtains, IDamnak, Satini De Lanes,
Corntico, lindsrl, F'ire Screen' Veniitian Bilinds,
All kindsl of V'tholsteringt, andI thie busiiness
as usually autenderhd to ini alt its lirance'.
II. W. K(INiMA N.
Agen cy for Iron Railing and
TtEmtubscriber w ill receiv.e orders for
Ca'.t Iron Itailings, andit othier Ironi wtork tinanu
ofCIIASE & BhR0TlIRS
ofIlositon. Th~le Work will ltd deliveretd ini
(Cha~rtestoni at ltontii ptrices with the expensos
of ltding, Freight Insuranlce, IDrayage andi
Anty persont winint ( illustrated catalogute of
tie dtifTrent d.tcrignsr cani be suppliedt by rapply
iog lat liy store, where specimtens ctfsomne oif the
articles cant rdso ie seen.
A catatlogue cani lid see n ati the oflice of the
No. 60 1-2 East Bay, opposite P. & MI. Itanik
Charleston, S. C.
Mar, 29, 1851. 21 Gmn
FODDER, FODDER FOR
T ~ thie hate restidence of Dr. Mudlrow,'
on a credit unittl the first of Novemter
with inote and good security. Apply te
Wmi. J1. Muthlrow, ont the ptreises,
GE() C. MULD)ROWV.
RO)RTJ. Bi MULDROW ~, ~-Execu to rs
March 23th 18 l51 21 4It.
R, . WB X~BB & CJO,
T"1 l " unihr'tigef- hve a-sociatedthn
?selves together, unider the above natme
aind style, fttr the tranlsactioni of all buim
tness itt lie imercantihe lino atnd mtay hi
fouind at the' ob1 statti of Wn. WVElB
where they willIf he hippy to) see andi ic
comiodat e thie. r friendis antd thle pulic.
Mar. 15, 1851. 20 t f
A Number of Voters takE
ptleasuire ini annotticing Col. WI I.LIA.3
A. COLCLOOll as a candidate for Slier
itT of Sumtter District, at te next, electior
u ,irc , me on ,r.
Saw and Grist-lYlills,
11E subscriber in prepared to make
contracts to furnish Steaun Engines,
Circular-Saws, Grist-Malls, and other Ma.
chinery ; and to erect and put the same in
operation in this or arijoitruig Districts.
He is a practical Engineer and Machin.
nest, and his long e.xperience enables him
to give amp!e satisfaction. Mills erected
by hin or under his superintendance will
perform the amount of work stipulated for,
or contract forleitcd.
Persons having sullickent heads of water,
and tiinber enou.rb to nake it an object,
can have the Circular-Saw applied to their
water-mills, warranted to du more and bet
/er work in three months than they can ini
twelve months with tl.e up and down raw.
Owners of Steam- mills at presnnt using
the reciprocating saw, can have their Mills
made valuable in the same proportion.
All that is necetsiary on the part of the
persons wishing to have their old 11 ills al
tered or new ones built, is to give the ne
cessary orders, and the subscriber can
command suflicient, talent and materials to
satisfy the employers, without reqjuiring
them to devote any perswul attention or
giving themselves any further trouble
,about the work.
One of these mills working inder the
charge of the subscriber, near Sumtter
ville, can be seen in operation any workingr
day. Where persons wishing to engage
im the husies<, can satisfy theaselves of
their superiority by actual bservation, and
have all neces aary inbrmaton as regards
cost, amount of woirk, ran:igement, &c.,
fully and freely imparted.
The subscr.ber will also furnish esti.
mates to parties wisluing to build, for $10.
Estitnates, with plans, specifications and
Th above and sunerintending the erec
tion of Engines, not over -t) horse power
to drive circular saw and grist mill, 8500.
Over that au, aunt of power 10 per cent on
each of add':ion-il power and machinery.
T. J. O(.)UiI ILAN,
Blacksmith, Engineer and .\lachinest.
Mara 22, 1-5 1. 21 :
1Vatclmaan copy :, t.mes.
rT1iE subscribe-s respectfully nform the
citizens ot Sumter District that they
have purrha it-right to sell and
put up th rs of lighatning
ever tat of insulating is
as far su ,nmode alpted in the
Spratt conductors, as Sprt 's rods are su
perior to the old rods used five oY tet years
The arnprovenrtts in these insulators
were made and paicatted by G. W. Oti-,
and by said Otis cotnveyel to the 11 Lvna
Manualacturingj- Company " of \ew York,
anid by their lawful Agent conveyead to us
for Stiier District, Sunth Carolina.
\Ve will furnish buildings, public or pri.
vate, at mulch less cost, and with a far su
perior conductor. than has hitherto been
put up in this 1)i--tr;ct. lamphlets con
taining iniraat ion can be l:,i of either of
the .ruhscribrs, ar.l a itodel will soon be
E. DIXON and
T.J. :OG!LA N.
M:irch 22, 1ti. 21 :t
'' Vatchia c -oiy 3 times.
T IIE Subscribers are now receiving froo
the Charleston, jBalthriore and New
York tnarkets, a large anid c'omplete Stock
of (ools for the ,pring ati iununer traue,
camipris;ng in part, under the following
Stape &Fancy Dry G~oods,
Amcgwic, is a lire aissortmtenit of Mats
iH, lace, C(l ia r. Gloves, Mitts. &c.
R R I)V .1*1A lI)E C:I.O TVII,
Boots & Simae.
Ladies faisnable Silk atnd Straw loat.
Getr lemtent's flahoahik' iA TS-----Panta
rma, Leghourat, anid P'. L. l),.
HardIware & Cutlery.
Carriaige I lanhvware andi Trimitnrgs,
I ron, Nails, I lillow-ware. Saddlecs, lBriudles,
Asa Iftll supptily oft
AllI ot wich will lie solnd Iow for casha
or to pirt tal t cutomiraers ent timte.
Th'an akful for past f'.vor., w.e respiect.
(aully asks a csiian1lce sof patroage,
prttnimg onr our part to use everv' exer
iota to satisfy ou r cu' toiniers ina prices.
G r ait innetaair ail fireaifast lates.
Steark i Ihes, Iiutter Iitisheis, Soupal lols I
( ast artd. Stad:. Friits 8: andas,
F'lower V aseas. (hina andr Class Candailisiicks,
P reserve itilhes, lDecanaterti. Tuleat)Lras,
Gh.la'.s Paitcher:., arid a tanmbe of otheir aricler
jusnt receivedl antl t'ir aile bty
TI. .J. .SOt.MON S & CO.
Maireba 2'th, 1851 21 if.
lA 1)1F. 'iootrees unndu WalkLing Saoes, (uil
Ites KidT'ies,. &c. Gent.s' Caslf lIootas, andi
*nitee, aies' aundi Gents. Ovher Shoes.
Also-A n ata ourtmaenat of 1lardlware, Titn
Ware, 8uadiery, &e.
lets, lilair andmi Tioth llrrushe:., lDressing, Tneck
uam P'ocket Combttis, &ca.
Novels, Potetical Woirks airds Schoo'l iBooks
atnd ai line anstrImtent of Stationary.
G ROCE RI ES.
ilrown, (Clauriftid rand Criashed SurgasrF,
1ro ard .lrava (o'e,. iolasses, Cheese,
Soiap, TJ.a, Starchl, P'ickles, Sardlines,
Ginger P'reserve~s, &c.
Also, a Iiao aw-sortm--t oif Cooking Uhtnilh
For sale by .1. T. SOLOMONS & CO0.
Marcha 21th, 1851 21 if
20,000 Copies in 20 Days
Th'le most extraordinary and Thrilling Ta!
of tiodcrn 'aTies.
This is the uiv'ersal testimnony of th
Newspaper Press, and the verdlict of th
WeV have btecn ntterly imale to fill oti
ordier., so great haas bieen the deanad ft
GRIEAT AMERICAN ROMANCE.
JOllN P. .'lEWlTT & CO.,
And for sale by all linoksellers.
I P. S.--I'he work will lie forwarded I
mail to arty persou eanciosing $1 andl si
Marcd' 22,1a51. El 4t
C. P. RELYSEN,
(SUCCPiSdR TO R. IIAWLEY,)
J IIOLESAhlI AND RETAIL
Rkihartiront .Str-e,-- N. 89.
TWO DOORS BEL.OW TIIE MARKET,
COLUMIAJfl , S. C.
M.nr(:hI 15, 1331. 20 ly.
CONFECT'IOXA Y AND FANGY
11"o. 130, Richarcon Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
PARTIES AN D WEDDINGS FURNISIIED
AT sIIOIRTES'r NOTICE.
TVIfIOLES'A LE A ND RETAIL.
larch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
'I'HOMAS S. NICKERSON
CH ARLES'ToN, S. C.
Feb 29, 185_4. 18 ly.
BY G. W. BOMAR,
South-u'est corner <f Church and Queen-sts
CIIAR LESTON, S. C.
Febt. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLUM IA, S. C.
V1IOLESAIE AND RETAIL
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemincals,
Perfumery, 10aeicy Articles, Blrushes,
Glassw'ire, ye Stup:, and all kin (s of
GENUINE AND POPULAR P1TE\T
A complete assortment, of the best qualcty,.
and at the liov-cst prices.
.larch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Caiden, S. C.
D. S. SARGEANT,
Nov 9, 1853. 9 tf
C. T, IASON,
1ATCII.MAKER & JEWELER.
IS prepared to do all manner of work in hi
line, with neatness and despatclh. IIia term
are ".et. !ne :o -,.! at hli' nI . et n i
above the Town Ihall. r
Feb. 8, 1854. 15 tf
DRIRD--FIGS. RASINS, CANDY,
CHEESE, BOTTL.ED CIDER, PORT.
Dferangn DoaLins, Printed Jaconets, French
Camhriccs.-Fine ansortment (if Ging
hart:,, blacnk and colored, and Enbhroidered
Goods, &.c. &c.
.1. T. SOL.ONOS & Co.
Aldarchn 8th, 1'05t. 19 i f
(L We are authorised to
announoce Mr. JAMIES E. WITIIER
SPO)ON, of Sanlemn. a Canndidate for Rep
resenitative for Clanremnont County at the
Matrch 8, 1851. 19 tf
TO a~rrive by the~ next Tranin, a choice
lot of Groceris from B1:nltime-.re, sineh
as Clanriieud an I (Culk~e Sur, supierioir
R'o and Javan Coilhe, No. 1. Marnknerel mo
IKita, S oap3s, Stanrch &c., which cant be
bouaghnt low frio,
BUTJLER & NEWBJERIY,
Mn nrchn 15tlh, 18.51 20 if.
WI\N & CIAdRKSON.
TI'lE nnndersignedt ha~ve thnis dlay, associated
themntrlves~ togetmher. undler tihe abonve name and
styl for them transaction of all businjnes in tihe
CLOTiliN(, aind at ILtCITANT TAILORS'
line, and nmay be found at the Corner store
formetrly oniied by Clark 4- H~ro., where thney
will be hnnppy to accommodlate their friends
and tihe punblic gencrally.
D. .1. W INN,
8. E. W. CLAltKSON.
31archi 13, 18-,i. 21 if
RO0TS, SilOES, TRUNKS,
G AIT ERS, &C,, &C.
il EEmporinm of Fashlion anti Quality,
where ma~y be foundi a complete assortment of
1.adiies' Mlens' ioys' t.Iiso ai Childrens'
lloots, Slos, Guniters. &c., of alurost overy style
andn qunality. Theyc~ are fresh goods ami are all
warranted to give satisfaction.
J. T'. H RU~SON.
Neit door to 11. C. Webb, & Co.
A'lar. 22, 1H01. 21 if
RI. LAPAR has just received frl
Charlneston a new and beautifunl collec
tion of Fancy Caises, Medaions, Brooth
e's, etc, which lie woutld oi1fer to th~e people
of .9umnterville andt vicitnity, and respect.
(tihly requests them to call and examine
fonr themselves. ile in tihankful for tine
kiond favors which hive already been coin.
ftered, and wo~uld earnest ly sonlicit a contin
uat ion of the saime. Roomns Up) staira
next to ihe Sumnter~ Banner Office.
March 22th 1851 21 tf.
LAND FOR SALE,
A TRtACTI of Land belonging ho the
Estate of Dr. Robert Muld row, de.
ceased, lymig on tihe masin road l-ad ing
from Camoden to Carter's Crossing, on
'Scape O're. Tine said lands are bondem
fl by lands of Stephecn Boykin, Darlin Da
vis, Dr. E. Grengg, James C'orbitt and .Ma.
r ry Mimmsns. Termis reasonable. Apiply
r to either of tine subscriber, at MayesVnld
RlOhT. ii MijLDROW. Idxecutors.
WVM. J. MULDROW, 3
March 2d, 18.-I 21 2mn.
2000lf LBS. of choice countlry cute4
y , BACON, aind 50( lbh. No. 1
x L.EAI LARD). for sale low for cashn onnly
by BMITLER & NEWBERYV.
Marcek5n la .1R 20 tf.
FALLS & KINARD,.
WOULD respectfully announce that'
they are now opening a large and
choice stock of FOREf(iN AND 10.)
MESTIC DRY (GOODs, for the present
Sprmon trade. enmaprisin:a every vitriety f
SILI', bEfSS-(: (1ODS, AND EM
BROI DEIld N pitonrted. Also, lhouse
F'unmshing :tnil Phantation Coud:', Holnsiery,
G!oves, &c. &e.
Paris and Lyons; Mantillas, Mlantillettes,
&c, of the latest dpe.,In'.
On our second floor will be fonttd Car
petinirs of every quality. Rnags, Oit.Cloiths,
Mattings. Wtindow Shaule.., Curtain Dam.
asks, Lace and Muslin Curtains. Gilt Cor.
nices, with a complete stock of Window
The attention of buyers is respectfully
solicited at our New Glass Front Store, a
few doors above the uarker.
Coinmhin, S. C., Mtarea 15, 15 '--E0.f
A, C. SQUIER,
NO. 203 AND 210.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
z-x a~ al tf~~
WALl. PAPER, &c. &c. &c.
At very tow prices for cash. Ile is constant
ly replenishing his large aasortment from his
MANIJFAC'h RY in Columbia, and from
New York. and now olerrs a greater variety
than usual, especially so in FA NCY AND)
ENAMELED FtlRNITURE, sitting and'
Rocking Chairs. &c. &c.
A. I. GALE & CO.'S SUPERIOR AND
GREATLY IMPROVED PIANOS, at New
York cash prices. E9" All Pianos or Furni
tore sold by him are warranted for one year
or longer. All kinds of Furniture neatly and
A large lot of MIAHOGANY VENEERS on
hand, with other Cabinet Maker's Materials, in
WALL-PAPER AND BORDERING, a
large and rich assortment.
Lr Funerals served at short notice with.
Metalic and Wood Collins.
lie would respectfully invites his friends and
the public generally to call and examine his
March 15-, 165-1. 20 Iy.
ROBERT A. YONGUE,
BEGS leave to- cull the attention of his
friends and the public to his
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWEtRY, &c.
In addition to his former stock, he lhs jnkt
received at new nnd extentive assortment of
GOLD and SILVER WATCillS, Msatel'
CI.OCKS of every variety. Silvber and l'hated'
Ware, a large variety ; Militavy and Faunt-y
Goods ; Guns, Rifles, Sportsman's Apparatus,
Fine Pocket and 'able Cutlery, and a large
assnrtnentof FANCY GOODS.
His prices will be found, on examination, to
he as moderate as at any other establishment
in the .nsth. Thankful for past favors, he so
licits a continuance of the patronage of his
furm.r f:i !:! d *..~ln
March 15, 1351. 20 ly.
DR. C. H, IYIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NE A R VIE COURT H OUSE.
Drugs, Medicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancv
SELECTED EXP'RESSIY FORl TIS
March 15, 1331. 20 ly.
Boots & Sh1oes,
197, Richardson Street,
COLU31IBIA, S. C.
IHAS constantly on hand anal is daily receiv
ing fresh supplica oaf all kinds of Ladies and
G~entlemen's Bootis .rd shoes of the latest fasha
fani. A ha-. FR El C'A LP-SINS and SOLE
L.EATIltER foar B~ot-makers.
Marcia 15, IS51. 20 l.
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware &nd Dry Goods,
252, RICIA RDSON STRE ET,
and corner of (Garrtais' aStreet,
CO LUMBI A, S. C.
Mahrcha 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Hardware, Paints, and
J. & Jt B. EWAR,
'O LtJ AtBLI, S. (!.
SIdN O'F TIIE GOLDEN JACK-PL ANE,
Ofl'er for sale at very low prIces, a large and
wvell assor ted stuck of
3ii[1 !>- A 1 A N D MIlLiL-I RUNS,
P AIN7T'S, OIL S. A ND DYFI.
.29" Ooods delivered at the Depot free of
J. & J1. B. EWART.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
White Lead ! White Lead!!
1 0,000 Lb'S. PURE WHITE
L1EAD for snic low.
J. & 3. B. EWATRT,
Columabia, S. C.
Marsh 15, 1854. 20 l
Dealer in Provisions, .PlourJ,
BA CON, GROC~RES, WINES,
LJQ UORS, CIGARS, TOJIACCO.
Plantation Siupplies and
ThA, MOI,ASSES, CUEESE, &c.
194, Richardson Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Marcha 15, 185t. 20 ly.
Mat. Enaroat: Please annoutnco Col. J,
M. NELSON ntS a enatuldate for Senator ff1
Claremont County, at thae ensuing election
and oblige MAnY VOTKRs.
February 8th, 1854 15 ir
trr wathma .lau c.
Dt. WJaa~argan & Co,
R *ETAIL 1',lAI.*:I jI'n'IJs,,rs, Mnd'
l rinos.' Pnints, Oils, DI)Vb'uno, IN-_"
tent Mitdi.ines, Window Gina', Iderfumery,
Fancy Artieles, nd n -varlety.of olher articles
uWually kept in Drug Stores. -
Jt'o.' W. DAnaAN, W. JAs. DAIRArff, M. D.
QT Next door to'China's Hotel.
J, n. 2, 1851. 16-tf.'
Elilg's' Sargag rillat
(BEST NOW IN USE;
And a varilty of'other'popular -Pate-fr Mledl
cines, for sale by
Dr. W. JAS. I)ARGAN &'C(1.'
F-.-29, 1851. 18 ti
A Lot of Paint Boxes
%Water dotbrs,) for saie b'p
I ARt;M%4 Crf
Feb'29,'-1N54.' D I -
. large sOpply, kept constantly on hand
1 ARIAN & Co
Feb. 29, 18 it
Excelsior Family Starch;.
Jht..pangd; packages, powdered. Also the.
highly celebrated Corn-Starch, for sale by
1DA'RlAN & Co:
Feb. 29 .1851. 18 tf.
Genuine- Cod Liver Oil,
I'epared by Itisliton,- Clark.& Co. Alto;.
colI drawn Castor Oil,. (very fiieln dalk
by DAlt43A'& to.
yFe' 20, 165f: 18 tf.
AND FINlE CHlIWING TUBACC; for sale'
DARGAN & CO:
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 t f
Fancy and. Tolfet Articles.
A, beautifnl assortmtnt. Call at lDargan'a
and ernmine thon. Also a varietyof Note Pa
per and tavelopos, for sale 7y.
DARtGA N & CO..
Next door to China's Hotel.
Feb: 20, 185.4. 18 if
OFF.CE, Noafh CoQrituERIA".- WHItAa3'
CIIARLESTON- S.- C'
Fe b. O,- 154.- 18 1'v
- JP 1 NIXON,
PItOPRIETOR OF TIE
Corner Qucenand Church-sts.
Ciarleton, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1853. : B y.
E. H, COWPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KING 2D7 STREFTV
Five Doors above Wecnt'wertlue
CHIA RL ESITON, S. C.
@G We are authorised to
announnce Maj. A., C. SPAJN as a cand,.
date fur Rlepresuentative fromr Claremuonu
Coutnty, at thte neuing election.
Feb. 22, 1851- 17 if
9jt& Mesurs, Editors: Yout
will oblige many vote of Claremont Eier.
tion f'istrict by tnnnuncing Cot. Rt. 14a
ROACIIE HA:RIOT'as a candidate for u.
seat. in the Lower Branch of the Legisla.,
ture of te State of Sout h Carolina, at the
Felb. 2:i, T854l. 17 f
'T.ace Subsceriber, wife of Ilubert Craghatt~
of Sumnterville, Shop-keeper, hereby gives
notice that at thce expitation of one trionth
frorrt first publication of this advertesemen'tr
it is hter intcntion to trade na a sole ttfader.
February 28, 1851 18 it
New Store and New
DllGSO AD EDCINEL
T H E nndersigned lhas esladlskil~ himsel
this village, and has now opie a large and
well tassorted stoc-k
of Fresa nand Select Dhage stid
'IcedicIeue, witta Piiir, Olts,,
Dye-Staa t s, Wiundow Ginsa,, iVar
uuisthes, Perfussacry, Pateusf i110e
dicinuea. &c. &c. All of which are
of thce best quality, anid wfll 6'e sold otn ocomo-'
dating ter ms. A ushre of th'pitblid patronge
Dec. 2S 1853..O--t.
MRx NDfTOTC: faou Will obligd many
citizons by announcing aol. .J. tD. fL1.
two as a bandidate fei Represermatite for
Clarctrrnt Counity, at the- next sesion of
F'eb. 6, 18.918 tt
5&J* Watchmran pt~ase ceipf.
W.a.'. fAY.N'SliOt'p. .J0N 't. O.IEEN.
ATTORNE~YS ATi LAW.
EJUMTI 3 RVIbl%, 8. C. -
WifLd. practic6 ftt Sumnter and the ad.
february tir, 185f. 26l if
H. L. BUTTERFIELD,
Feb, 20, 185ru. 18 ly.
1Er. Editor: The Citizens
of Clarendon County are desIrous that C. W.
I.. REYNOLDS, represent them in the q
Legislature. By announcing him a ~4a
for that oflite. y8U will dhliewskhe, .
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