The Far-fined Medicine?
" HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
These Pills being composed entirely of medi
cinal herbs are of a inost harmless nature
while the extraordinary virtues they possess
have rendered them universally popular in
nearly every part of the world. 'he immense
success they have met with throughout the
State is most extraordinary, owing, it is pre
sumed, to their wonderful efficacy in the cure
of Bilious complaints and disorders of the Liver
and Stomach. - Persons whopersevere in using
them in accordance with the directions, sel
dom fall in being restored to health.
WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY,-RESTOR
ATIONTOHEALTH OF A GENTLEMAN,
AGED 45, WHEN AT DEATH'S DOOR.
Copy of a Letter from the Rev.- Charles Smith,
dated Norton, St.'hilips, near Bath, Somer
setehire, 17th August, 1 53.
TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY,
Sir,-A Mr. JosErua PuxoN, formerly a res
ident of this place, had been in a declining state
of health for upwards of three years, gradually
wasting away to a shadow by nightly perspira
tions and want of appetite, which caused great
uneasiness to his friends, as he had consulted
various medical men in Bath, without effect.
lie at last used your Pills, and under provi
dence, was restored to health by their means.
lie lately emigrated to New York, and has just
written to say, that he was never better in
health, and desired me to acquaint you with the
circumstance. I ought also to mention, that
my wife had' derived great benefit from the use
of your Pills. I remain Sir, yours respertfully,
CHA RLES SMITHl, Diasentin- Minister.
A PERM:.NENT CURE OF A'bISEASED
LIVER, OF MANY YEARS' DURATION.
Copy of a Letter from Mr. Gamis, Chemist,
Yeovil, to Professor Holloway.
Dear Sir,--In this district your Pills corn
mand a more extensive sale thin any other
proprietary medicine before the public. As a
proof oftheir efficacy in Liverand Bilious Com
plaints I may mention the follow ing case. A
lady ofthis town with whom I am personally
acquainted, for years was a severe suff'erer
from disease of the Liver and digestive organs;
hermedical attendant assured her that he could
do nothing-to relieve her suff'erings, nnd it was
not likely she could - !urvive many months.
This announcement naturally caused great
alarm among her friends and relations, and they
induced her to make a trial of your Pills, which
so improved her general health that she was
induced to continue them until she r-ceived a
perfect cure. This is twelve months ago, and
she has not experienced any symtoms of re
lapse, and often declares that your Pills have
been the means of saving her life.
1 remain, -Dear Sir, yours truly,
July53rd, 1853. (Signed) J. GAxis.
These celebrated Pills are wonderfully efficacious
in the follooing complaints :
Ague, Dropsy, Inflammatien, Sore Throats,
Asthma, Dysentery, Jaundice, Stone and Grav
el, Bilious Complaints, Erysipelas, Liver Com
ptaiut, eioi.Jday syi.jitutiNm, .i:,aches on the
Skin, Bowel Complaints, Colies, Constipation
of the Bowels, Consumption, Dehility. Female
Irregularities, Fevers of all kinds, Fits, Gout,
- Head-ache, Indigestion, Lumbago, Piles, RIeu
matjsi, Retention of Urine, Scrofula, or
King's Evil, Tic Douloureux, Tumours Ill
cars, Venereal Affections, Worms of all kinds,
. Weakness, from whatever cause, &c., &c.,
e* SoLD AT'Tns EsTABLiUMENT or Pao
seaso HoLLoWAY, 2-i, SvaAND,(near Tex
h.E' Hal,),oNDON, anid also nt his lloUsE iN
Nay YoRK. ORDES for Medicines in the
- States, addrsed.,T. l~oL o wA , Nxw Yoate,
wVll receive due atteuntion. 'Sold- also hy all
respecta~ble Druggists and Dealers in Medicines
throughiout the Unitad States, in Bloxes at
*37 1-2 cents and 61,50 cents each. 'To be had
Wholesale of the principal Drug Houses in
Ig" There is a considerable saving by
taking the larger sixes.
NI.B.-Direcuons for the guidance of patients
in every disorder ate affixed to each Box.
Fur sale by
P. M. COhIEN & Co.,
.Maith th, 1851 23 i
All persons having demnantds ngainst the
Estate of W. C. Gunerry, deco-ned. are
requested to hand them in properly attes
ted ; and all those imdebted to the satme,
. will make payment to the subscriber by
.the first of Novembner next.
W. C. GUE R RY,
Apr., 5, 1854. 23. 4t.
Sumterv~Ie, S. C.
Respectfully Inaforrps the people of Sum
tsr District that he hass just receive.1 ah4d
now offers for sale the bas,.selected and M
most choice stock of
-Spring anid Srnumer
That cannot be surpassed by attything in this
market. Hie baa received many new styles
which purchasers would do well to examirne be
fore buying elsewhere.
BR(IADCLOTIHS, CASSIMERES AND
' ' e--ALSO-----e
A full and large supply of itosietry, Shirts,
Drawers, Glove., Suspenders, Cravats, Hand
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assortment of R E ADY MADE CLO.
THING, which will be sold low.
W" Garments mannfactured by the subseri
ber, and warranted to give satis faction. Oi
ders from ? distance promptly attended to.
April oth. 1854 tf
ALL who are liable to taxation within the
incorprate limits of Sumte rville are informed,
that dring my absence,thiey w ill find their
accournts with *W. J. N. IrAliiMET, my deputy,
ist I. C. WEBB & Co.'s store, the first day ef
May is the Itast day of grace, pay up and save
' W. S. HUDSON, C. C.
A pr. 5, 153. - 23 tf
Strayed from the subscribeta Steam
Mill in Clarendon, op' Saturday last,
. etiu Horses, one of thiern a dark hay,
ftrdimsIxe, with marks of saddle on his
baek, iite ither Is a sorrel, nearly blind, any
person taking up said horses, wilbe sutably
C. R. IIARlVIN.
Apr. 5, 1853. 23 4
House and Lot er Sale,
In umterville, containing 3-4 of
an acrec, situnted near the Preshy.
t.E erian Church, witir allneear
bsuildmngs thereon, Conditioner. one-third
sash, the ballanco payable first Xatnuary
next. For inifornmation apply at this office.
Apr,- 5, 1,854. 23 t
5mik S. I~ichesrsoni Jr., Sfagistrate,. will
attend promptly to all husines entrusted to
hi.Offace just back of J. T. Solomans'
-Tan S3.org, t
RUNAWAY from the subscriber
on the 29t1h ult., my negro bov,
WASAINGTON or WASH, said
boy is about 18 or 19 years old, he
is about 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, he is
li:htcr than the generality of negroes, yet
he is not a inuiatto ; his face is rather
long. has a pimply and rough appearance,
He has been seen about Mayesville and
Lynchburg, and said he was trying to
make his way to North Carolina.
le is certain to change his name as he
is in the habit of doing so when caught by
patrollers. The above reward will be
given for his apprehension and lodgment
in ar.y Jail in the State, or to me near
J. G. FORT.
O-TDarlington Flag will please copy
3 times, and forward bill to Sumterville to
Apr. 5, 1853. 23 tf
NEW & FASHIONABLE
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
The subscriber would respectfully call
attention to his large and well assorted
DK E 22 Gx000S.
Challica and Berege IDeLanes,
Plain colored Bereges, printed do.
Printed and plain Jaconet Muslhns,
Poplin and Linen Lustres, in dress
Black and col'd Silks, Marcelain Silks
Dotted & Plain Swiss Muslins, Mull
Fine Embroidered collars, Chemi.
settes. Infants Waists &c.
Alexander's Kid Gloves, Li-de Thread
At low and uniform prices.
L. 13. HANKS.
OSNABURGS, Plain Striped
Blue Denims, Tickings &c.
Bleached and Brown Shirting, 0 1.4,.
10 1-4, and 11 1-4.
Linen Table clot his, Diapers &c.
Ltg Cloths of all qualities.
Fronting Lint ns, Pillow.case Linens.
by L. B. HANKS.
EATABLES, Figs, PI unes, Raisins,
Preserves, Candies, Nuts &c &c.
L. B. HANKS.
Almost anything else to be called for
For sale by L. 13 HANKS.
April 5, 18:4. 23 tf
A Fresh supply of SPRING AND SULIMMER
GOODS, embracing any thing and EVERY
thing, selected by the Subscriber himself,
whose lung experience ani knowledge of the
Ropes, makes it no presumption in him to say,
that some of them ire cheaper goods than have
ever been brought to this market.
Brown Homespun. 25 yards to the dollar.
Gentlemen's Hoskin Gloves 75 cts. a pair.
Beautiful colored Muslin at 12 1-2 cis, per
yar I. French Drillings 10 eta. a yard, a fine
assortment of Fancy Goods that must and should
(mrnw'.ie, Creckcry, lardwae, Ht, and
Bonnets, Ladies, Gents, and Youths shoes and
Gaiters, fine and common. To enumerate
would be too tedious, but come and see and I
wilt warrant you satisfaction, both in style, and
prices PERRY MOSES.
April 5th, 1851 23 tf
Cnuitry Miams, and Sln ders,
Pickled Beet and Tot. un.
Gosnhen Butter, Rice, 'lour &c.
51 ixed P'ic'k les, in pts, qis. and 1-2 gals.
Olives, Ca.pers &c
Catndois, Raisons &c
R~'ntons 100 Boxes at at Dollar ner Box
Apr., 5, 1834. 23 tf'.
MONS. IIEltG Et R aving been adlvised
to open a Dancing School in Sum
terville, respect fully in tormis the citizens of
saidl phitee that lie will do so on the 1st of
ofaor sooner it he cnn leave Charleston
before said tne. Stons. B. is already
kinown at Sumntervtlle,hlavinag naught there
in 185(0. lie will ttowever say for the
ittb rm atin i,.ot those persons who do no~t
kniaw him inhat he is an -Arnst"' andI teach
es what is really da, incg ; teinhmg fromi
the beautitut "Walkmnt Steps," calk-'d
latdies and GJentletis slyhe, up to the inst
difficult passes of Opera D~ancitig. He
also assures the' public that hie teaches the
figures of the "Qudrilles " suich as they
are danced at the ball rioom. also thle real
Polka, Schottish, Rledowvd Polka, Mlazuka
the bcaut.iful Sicilieinn,-, and the waltz a
deux temps or "waltz at two times" being
nlow the only waltz used in fashionable
Soety, lie also teac'es the old Stvle
of dancing with fancy dances of every
description. Ilest references given.
Ter ms :$12 per session of 18 lessons,
three lesson a week.
Should the class be of 40 pupils the
price will be otnly $10. Personis wish
ing to subscribe will call ont Mr. Theodore.
Apr. 5, 1854. 23 tt
E~r Wateemnan copy.________
WILL BE SOLD
rN Sumitervnlle, on Wednesday the 12th
of April, to the highest bidder, 15 or
20 good young North Carolina Honrses,
among which are two good pair. These
horses will be sold on a credit unttl first of
November, for notes with approved securi
Eart h 29th, 1854. to
27 Watchman copy.
THiE subscriber, are now receiving their
stock of Spring and Summer good., which have
beett selected with great care, and cannot fail
to gil a satisfection in style, quality, and prIces.
Ou'r stock dompis.s all articles which the
teams and tasteof the community demand, and
we solicit a call ftomv onr ftiends and the pub.
lie before callirig elsewhere as we have many
new styles which canni fail to please.
T INDA L, W ATSO'N 4 CO.
Mar. 29, 1851. *4d tf
N. A. 00HEN & C<
IMUPORKTERS& DEA LERS il
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
N~o. 117 East Bayy
NATIIAN A. COfHEN,
.LEA PO'Lly CO11N.
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
mfar. 29, 185.- 22 l
OFI~1FRS for sal'e his plantation In the Fork
of Black River containing
~i(Ween Ilundred Acre's
of Land ; two hundred and fifty acres cleared
and well' fenced': also a fine stock of Cattle and
~* ~JA MES 11. NELSOINE
Sale of Valuable Lands,
IN EQUITY-MARION DISTRICT.
Finley M1. McCorkle,
vs. IBill ror Parti
C. Henry Black and wife, tion. &c.
In pursuance of a decretal order of the
Court of Equity in this case, I will oler
for sale at Marion Court House, on the
first Monday in May next, the following
valuable trscts of land:
1. Tract of land situated ;n Darlington
District, near the boundary of the Districts
of Marion and Darlington, and within two
miles of the Wilnington and Manchester
Railroad, containing fourteen hundred and
nine acres, on which the late Mrs. M. A.
McClenaghan resided. On the premises
are a fine mansion house, with ornament.
ed grounds, out buildings, gin houses and
negro houses. The land in this tract is
in a high state of cuativation, :nu located
in a neighborhood of wealth ani fine socie
ty. There is also on the premises a store
house, considered a fine stand for business.
Appraised at eight dollars per acre.
2. A tract of land comtwnly called the
Brown tract, adjacent to the first named,
situated in Marion District, containing
thirteen hundred and twenty.six acres.
On this tract are an overseer's house, gin
house and negro houses. Appraised at
eight dollars per acre.
3. A tract of land adjacent to the last
two tracts, lying in Marion District, known
as the Thompson tract, containing three
hundred and fifteen acres. Appraised at
ten dollars per acre.
4. A tract of land adjoining the Thomp
son tract, known as the Jones tract, con
taining twenty-five. acres. Appraised at
ten dollars per nere.
5. The Woodrow trni t of land, contain
ing four hundred and sixteen acres, situ
ated in Marion District. Appr-tsed at
four ,:ollars per. acre.
6 and 7. The Mill tract of land, to be
soli in two tracts, situated in Marion Dis
trict, on the south west side of Great Pee
Dee river, near Burch's Ferry, containing
three thousand eight hundred and thirty
nine acres. Ott the tract are a fine steam
Mill, dwelling house and negro i.ouses.
The lands of this tract are well adapted to
the cultivation of cotton, corn, etc., contain
a quantity of valuable timber, and being
situated within a short distance of the Pee
I)ee, and tbaoundtng in a growth of pine
trees, may be considerably enhanced in
value by the formation of a turpentine plan.
tation. Appraised at our dollars per acre.
Plate containing a description of the
lands will be exhibited on the day of sale,
and may be seen before o-t application at
the Coomniss.oner's office.
'T'erms of s i-: T.'. lntd will not be
sold Icr less than the appr ised value. If
a greater price than the appr.ibtisent is
offered, they will lie sold on those terms.
Expenses of sale cash-for the balance a
credit of one, two, three, four and fire
years; interest from the day of sale, and
Purchasers to give bond, with two or
more approved personal surities, and a
mortgage of the premises to secure the
purchase money, and to pay for the neces
C. D. EVANS, Com'r.
Marton C. ii., March 29, 1554. # 224t.
LADIES' Bootteen and Walking Shoes. Gal
ters, Kid-Ties. &c. Gen'i Calf Boots, and
Bottees, Lashies' and Gents. Over Shoes.
Also-A fine assortment of Hardware, 'i'i
Ware, Sadlery, &c.
Ladis' cy Goods
Lde'Wood andi. Mtoroca Work-Botes,
P'ufi-Boxes, Poart-Monieh, Segar-Case., Brace
lets, Hlair and Tooth IJrushes, Dressing, Tuck,
and Pocket Corals, &c.
Nov'els, Poetical Worki, and School Books,
and a finei assortment of, Statiotnary.
Brown, Clarified and Crushed Sugars,
Rio and Java Coffee, Mlasses, Cheese,
Ralsons, Dried Figs ,Flour, Candles,
Soap, Tea, Starch, Pickles, Sardines,
Gitnger Preiserves, &c.
Also, a fine ssortm-mt of Cooking Uten'ils,
For sale by J. Tr. SOLOMONS & CO.
Slarch 2'th, 1851 21 tf
20,000 Copies in 20 Days !
The minst extraordiitmry anid TPhrillinig 'Tate
of intoderti Titmes.
This is the universal testimonty of the
Netwspaper P'ress. and the V'erdict. of the
We have heetn utterly unable to fill ouir
orders, so great htas heens the deodam d for
OREAT AMERICAN ROIMANCES
JOIIN P., JEWET'T &t CO.,
Attd for sale by all Booksellers.
P. 8.--The work will be forwarded by
mail to any person erfciosing 81 and six
Maerch 22, 1854. 21 4t
ICE! 103! XCH!!
ICE lousE "
Is now open. Tlhe Public may debend upot
having their wants supplied, at A LL SL-A.
SON S of the year, on reasonable ~terns.
Ice ordered from the country will be well
packrd and promptly forwarded at all times.
All orders for Ice rnust be addr'essed to WIL
MIINGTONq ICE HOUSE."
EFTER MS CA SH, which wHil be stricts
Ily aehered to in all case.
Deposits may be made by persons ordering
from a distance.
gg PRICE, ONE CENT PER POUND.
Estra chrefor package, dray age, &c.
.. A .VAEOK LEN,
April 5th, 1854 23 Om.
WILL be given for the a pprehenslons and de.
livery to the Mlaster of either Workhouse lth
Charleston, or any jail in the State, of ISA AC,
sometimes called John Brown, who, without
any knowu cause, left the James Ilill Planta
tion on the 20th of October last. Said felliow
is 5'feet 8 inches in height, mustee complexion,
snart, Intelligent spoken, and Is a Carpenter by
trade ; and wvheni last heard of was In the lower
country, on 3foCord 's plantation. Fifty dollars,
mn additon to the above reward, will be paid
sApon proof to conviction of his being harbored
or emplyed by a, whijo or colored person.
A p1to J. & J.D. KIRtK PATRICII.
ClflNA andI Granitte Tea's,
Granitte Dinner and Breakfaist Plates,
Steali Dishes, Butter Dilshes, Soup Bowls,
Custard Stands, F'rnits Sas,
Flower Vaseg, Chihia anti' 'lu Canidlesticks,
Preserve Dishes, Decanters, Tumbletu,
Glass P'itchers, and a nulpber of other articles
jakt recei'ved and for sale by
Tr. J.- SLOsYONS & C
Maqr h ?79u 21
T HE Subscribers are now receiving from
the Charleston, Baltimore ana New
York m::!tets, a large and complete Stock
of Goods for the Spring and Summer trade,
comprising in part, under the following
heads, viz :
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
Among which, is a fine assortment of Mus
ins, Lice, Colla r, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Boots & Shoes.
Ladies fashionable Silk and Straw Bon
Gnt lemon's fashionable HATS-Pana
ma, Leghorn, and P. L. Do.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Carriage IHardware and Trimmings,
I ron, Nails, Ilollow-ware, Saddles, Bridles,
Martingales and Collars, &c., &c., &p..
Also, a full supply of .
All of which wiIl be sold low for cash
or to punctual customers on time.
Thankful for past favors, we .respect.
fully asks a continuance of patronage,
promising on our part to use every'exer.
tion to satisfy our customers in pfces.
ROGERS & SPI ICER.
Bishiopville, Mar. 15, 18541. -[~t-tf]
New Store and New
DR[GS AND MEDICINES.
THE undersigned has established himself in
this village, and has now opened a large and
well assorted stock
of Fresa anid Select Druge anid
Medicinc, wiltl Palnts, Oils,
Dye-Staa aifs, Window Glass, Var
niulshes, Pernmanaery, Patenit Me.
diciases, &c. &c. All of which are
of the best quality, and will be solo on accomo
datin terms. A shareof the public patroasp
W. C. L. RICE, M. D:
Dec. 28 1853. 9-tf.
lO trive bl'y the next'Train, a choice
lot of Groceries from Baltimore, such
as Clarified and Coffee Sugars, superior
R~o and Java Coffee, No. 1. Mackerel in
Kits, Soaps, Starch &c., which can be
bought low from.
BUTLER & NISWBERY.
March 15th, 1854 20 if.
WIN & CLA RKSON,
THE undersigned have this day, associated
themselves together,. under the above name and
style for the transaction of all tainre in the
CLOTHING, and MERCHANT 1'AILORS'
line, and may be found at the Corner store
formerly occulpied by Clark 4 Bro., where they
wdl be happy to accommodate their friends
and the pubice generally.
D. .. W INN,
March 13, 1851. 21 if
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
GAITERS, &C,, &C.
THE Emporium of Fashion and Quality,
where play he fopnpd a complete assortment of
Ladies' Mens' Boys' Misses and Childrens'
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters,&c.,-of almis.t every style
and quality. They are fresh goods and are all
t*arraulted togive astj4fagthat.~'
N.7 dor t' R: C. Wcbb, ' C_.
JR. LtJAFAR has just received from
Charleston a new and beautif'ul collec.
tion of Fancy Cases, Medallions, Brooch
es, etc, which Ihe would other to the people
of Sumnterville aind vicinity, imd respect.
fully requests them to call -and examine
for themselves. lie~ is thauikful for thre
kind favors which h ive already been con
fe-red, andu' would earne.4tiv solicit a contmn
uaon of the samte. Rouoiius up stairs
next to the Sumuter Banner Office.
March 22th 1854 21 . t f.
LAND FOR SALE,
A TRACT of Ladbl-gn toth
ceased, lymig on the main road le-adinig
fronrt Camden to Carter's Crossing, on
Scape O're. Trhe said lands are bounded
by lands of Stecphien Bloykin, Darlin Da
vis, [Dr. IE. Gregg, James Corhitt andl Ma
ry Mims. Terms reasonable. Apply
to either of the subscriber, at M~ayesville
GO1. C. MIJLDROW,
ROBT. B. MULLROW,> Exectutors.
WMi. 3. MiLLROW,)
March 22, 18154 21 2m,.
2,000 LB.of choice countr cured
i HAONand 00 bs.No. l,
LE AIF LA RD. for sale lowi for cash only,
by . BU'i'ER & NEWBURY.
Mfarch 15:h. 1854 20 tf.
FODDER, FODDER FOR
'I' the te residence of Dr. Miuldrow,
A on a credit until the first of Natemier,
with note and gorad secufity. Apply to
Win. 3. Muldrow, on the prentises,
GEO C. MUJLDROW,
ROOT. B MUJLDROWV, Executors.
WMa. J. M ULDROW, *
Mfarch 2.2ih, 185 2j 4t.
Gopartnership - Notice
ness In the mercantile line and-tmay be
found at the old stand of WVm. WEBB,
where they wvilll be happy to see and ac
comodate their friend. and the public.
' R. C. WEBB,
Mar. 15, 185. 20 if
E. R. O0WPERTH WAIT,
Furniture and Ohair
.KING, 267 STREET,
tive Doorsm ubore Wenltith,-i
' C HA RF TdA N, 8. C
Feb. 29' 1854. 18 6%.
T'LIfE best and latest Editions of Behool
Omoks, of all kihde in general use, to 6e
had-at 11T14ftn Emmw~mERY'
ardware, Paints, and I
J. & J. B. EWAIRT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
IIGN OF THE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE, l
Ofer for sale at very low prices, a large and
veil assorted stock of
II L-SA WS A N D MlLL-IRONS,
PAINTS, OILS, AND DYE.
W' Goode delivered at the Depot free of Q
"}J. & 3.. I:EWART.
March 15. 1854. -AR- ly.
White Lead I White Lead, I
10,000 LBS. PURE.WHITE
LEAD for sale low.
J. & J. B. EWART,
March 15, 1854. C20 ubia, . C.
C. P. REMSEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO R.. HAWLEY,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Richardson Street,--No. 89.
TWO DOORS BELOW THE MARKET,
COLUMBIA, N. C.
M.trch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
CONFECTIONARY AND PANCY
N. IS, Richardson Street,
COLUMfUA, S. C.
PAfttE AND WEDDINGS FURNISHED -
AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
March 15, 1851. 20 . ly.
Pro pri e Ior,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1854. 18 ly.
11Y G. W. BOMAR,
South-west eanter of Church and Queen.sts
CHARLESTON, P. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 1 '
Ba atwright & irk Inosn.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WHI OlI&EUALE AND RETAIL
Pure Drugs, Afedicines, Chemials,
Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Brushes,
Glassware, Dye. Stuffs, and all kinds of
GENUINE AND POPULAR PATENT
at uof, ' s
O amnded. S. C.
D. S. 8ARGtANT, -
Nov- 9, 1853.~ 9 U'
C. Ti MASON .
WATCH-MAKER & .EiEEhLa . ]
IS prepared to do all manner of work In hi,
line, with neatness and despatch. is term
ae CsEe is satill at his old stand jus
Feb. 8, 1854. 319 if
. flD-FIGS, RASiNS, CANDY,
CH-EES~, IOTT1L.ED UIDER, PORT.
ER, &c. rsl
Derage DeLaina Printed Jacdnbts, Fierich
Carnbrick&.-Fine asrtrlet di Ging
hams, black and caloi-ed; arid .Embroidered
Goods &c. &c.
J. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
March 8th, 1854. 19 tf
3e 8, NIKON,
PROPRIETOR OF T['IR:
Corner Queen uhd Church-sts.
Charleton, M. O.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 t y..
WHOLESAIE & RETAIL,
117 King Street, Charleston, 8. C,
TlIP subse her Is recelting a large assort.
60,000 Roll, of Pper Ifangings ; 1000 pairs
of Window Shades 100 Matrasses, of every
descrIptIon. Also, Allows, Bolsters, Lace an
Must Curtains, Damask, 8atin DeLanes,
Cornice, Blinds, FIre Scraenh Venitian ELndjs
as uuall at noln al1its branch~,
Mar.29,I185. H. W.KI y
Agency fbrfIrdnflallng gird
T1ornamental ork. o
(a Iron Railings, and other Iroir work manu
ofCIIA & BIIGTH.RRt,
ofBoston. The Work Nilil be delivered' in
Charleston at Boston prices W~th the expenses
haBxig aFrelgh Insu'ranbe, Ihafate and
Any person wishiny ilhlutated Cataloge of
ihe dilfir designs can lie uppied h'y -l
at coles cai als be ueenpe n fsm
SumA nr. .be seewr the ei'ee of tfie
Y~'o 60 . JOSEP&t WHILfIEN.
612-East Bay, opposite P. & M. Bank
M~ar. 29. l1i 1 ' 'a'
r. W. JasDargan & Co.
p ETAL. DEALERS in Drugs, Mfedi.
ciins. Paints, Oils, [)ve Stuff Pa
nt M'edirl'nes, Window Glass, Perfumery,
incy Articles, und' a variety of other articles
wally kept in Diug- Stores.
to. W. DARGAN, W. JA. DAlRGAN+,.bM D.
7'' Next door to China's Hotel.
Jan. 2, 1851. 10-tf.
(BEST NOW IN USE,)
And a variety of other popular Patent Medi.
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 if
A Lot of Paint Boxes,
tWater Colors,) for sale by
DARGAN & ,
Feb. 29, 1854. 18
A large supply, kept constantly err hand
DARGAN & CO
Feb. 29, 18 if
Excelsior Family Starch,
In pound packag's, powdered. Also the
ighy celeb"ated Corn-Starch for ' '
bAKGAli & O.
Feb. 29 ,1854, 18 if
Genuine Cod Liver Gil,
Prepared by Rushton, Clark & Co. Also,
old drawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
y DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 if
ND FINE CHEWING TOBACCO, for safe
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 if
7ancy and Toilet Articles.
A beautifnl assortment. Call at Dargaa's
nd examine them. Also a variety of Note Pa.
er and Envelopes, for salo by
DARGAN & CO.
Next door to China's Hotel.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 if
A, 0. SQUIER,
NO. 208 AND p,
MAIN 8TR ET,
COLUd1&f,- S. C.
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
LUP m 11M XtQ m
WALl. PAPER, &c. &c. &r
At very low prices for cash. He is constant.
~,piisuighim large assortment from him
ANUATOIty in Columbia. and from
sew York, and now offers - a greater variety
han usual. especially so in FANCY AND
.NAMELED- FURNITURE, Sitting and
ocki Chairs, &c. &c.
A. If GALE & CO.'S SUPERIOR AND
REALY IMPROVED PIANOS, at .New
fork cash prioes...S' All Pianos or Furni.
tIre sold. by li kre Wartanted fib one yea?
R londet' All kinds of Furniture neatly and
Alj ~ XIAllddANY VENESoit
tsnd,*0a4ti# Ciblnet Maker's IMateriS, lii
eraleservd atsnt nottee with
ealoand Wood Coffins.
He would roeejfully invites hi, friend. -nd
he pubile genetal y to call atid exarnine hi
arch 15, 1854. li y.
RIOBERT A. YONGUE,
COLUMBIA, s. C.
tlhGE leave ica call the aitenin of his
R1eids and the public to his
Uarge and handgomie Stock
tiF .JEWELRY, &c.
In addition to his formet stock, he has just
evda new and extensive -assortrnent of
QLD and SILVER WATCHES, Mante
.,.CHS of eve4 variet', Silter and Plated
4are, a large vpez Military and Faileg
oods ; GunAhs,N ~ rtsma n e Apparths,
ine Pocket ad TleCutlery, and iarge
ssortment of '1ANCY GOODS.
His prices will be found, on examination, to
me as moderate as at any other establishment
n the Sotith. 'Thankful for past favors, lie so.
icits a nttinuance of the patronagn of his
bne ida an Otustomers.
DR. 0. B. lIIOT,
COLtJMBIA, S. C.
NLAR THE COURT HOUSE.
Drtiga, Medicimes, Chemi
uals, Perfbmery and Faey
SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR TH IS
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
Boots & Shoes.
1'7., R ic ha rds on S r e et,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
H AS constantly on band and is daily rcei,
ng fresh supplies of all kinds of ILae and
enemnsBtsand Shoes of the latest fish.
ens. Mao, FRESH CALF-8KINS and SULE
LEATH ER for Boot-makers.
March 15, 1854- 20 ly.
iealdr in Ofdedries, Li24.
Wdfe and Dry Goods,
$52 I~CHRD'.9N 8fR EST
dd corner ofGarrais' Street,
.ae 1,COLUMBIA, . C,
Mrh5,1854. 20 Vy.
Dealer in P'rovisions Flour,
nA CON, GROCERIES, 1%'!NA'S,
!JQUORS, LOIGARS, TYBAUC'O.
.. - ALSO,
Plantation S1upplies and
CO(NTR 1 PROI.iuyo.
TEA, MIOLASSES, CHJEESE, &c.
394, Richardson Street,
COLUhMaA, s. C,
Mua - 5, 1S$4. tr. .,1
Ma. EDITOR : Please announce Col. 1.
M. NELSoN as a c.ndidlate for Senator for
Claremnont County, at the ensuing election,
and oblige NTANr VoTEfR.
February 8th, 185f F5 if
Kr Watchm an pleoa c"'.y.
M'4n. EDITOR : You w'l1 as.Ige maany
citiz'ns by announcing Col. J. 1). BLAND
INO as'a canid;ite- for Representative for
Claremont C'outry,.aC the- next sessior of
Feb. 6, 1854 1.'r of
-'' Watchman please copy.
Mr. Editor : The Citizens
of Clarendon County are desirous that C. W.
L. REYNOLDS, represent them in the next
Legindature.. By aenouncing him a Candidate
for that ouico, you will oblige them.
& We are authorised to
announce Maj. A. C. SPAIN as i cand..
date for Representative from Claremno4.
County. at the ensuing election.
Feb. 22, 18.1. 17 tf
V1h Messrs, Editors: You
will oblige many voters of Clar--mont glec
tion District by an'mincing Ccol. R. LA.
ROACIIF Hit101' na a candidate for a
seat in thce Lower Branch of the Legisla.
ture of dite State of Sout h. Carolina, at the
Felr. 22, 1854. 17 of
We the friends of A. R
BRADHA51 E qr.. take piaaure tn an
nfouncing him a a cnthd-ite for Sheriff*
of Sumter District, at the next Election.
Mar. 29, 1854. 23 t
GT We are authorised to
announce Mr. JAMES E WITHER
SPOON of Salem. a Candidatp for Rev
reientative for Claremont fCunsity -it the
March 8, It1y. tOp 1(
A Number of Voters take
pleasurre- in anrtoncirng CoW. WIlLIAM
A. COLCLOUOH as a candidate for Sher
iffof Sumter District, at the next elect ion.
March 16e 1854. 20 if.
Mr. Editor, Please announce
Capt. '1'. D. FRERot ns a Candidate for
Sheriff of Sumter Distriet at the Cseing
Aug. 21, 185, -
1r. Editor:----You will
oblige a number of the vote-rs of Sumter
District, by annorrnirg in your cohnnns
the name of Ma;jor Jun BALLARD, as a
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing
Aug. 13, 18.5.1. 42 tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
Ma. EDITOR -PIlease ananounce Mr.
ROBERtT W. IDUIIAN-l', a canlidate
for Tax.Collector f alern (Cunty. at th.
next election, iud a7blge!
.aliuatyi 14, 1&fr2 13-t f
P. M. GBBOiN8 unnioniice ham a cuadf
datA inf the office of Tax-Collector for
$ajem ( uunfiy, at the ensuimg eletion and
F oti O RDIN A RY.
OCT it Editor:-You wil
pleasie annotmnce WILLIAM H1. ERUN.'
SON a a eandidate for thie Office of Ordi
rnary of sumter District, at dhe ensuing
*A pril 27th, 18.2 27....t
ecT We are anthorised to
announce T.. .1. DININS; Ese.a Candidaie
for Clerk of the Coaffi5 at Rthen ton
April 16th 1851 is f
O7-Mr-Edfteu': Plae s
nlounce Mr. 3. J. MCKELLAR., a Candi..
date for Clerk of the Court, for 8tntey'
District, and oblige MsiuRY 'opERs.
A pril 5 i8.1hgb
of W. J. N. HARIMR T are desirous of pug.,
tin. kim innomnintian fora the EGt1ee or
Clek of the (!ourt of sitrmtet bisrict, at
the ensning electieth.
may 24, 18.%a. gg..tf
Mi We @@e athorized
to announmce A. E. P'OOIL as a Candidate
for Sheriff dlf Surtlter District & (iit'anmm.
ecember 21, 18.* 8-ti
Mr, Ediar -Please an
notrnce JOHN N. MfcLEOD a candidata
for Sheriff' of Snrrrrte IDistrict and ob
lige MANT I %fENDS.
June 29th; 1850 5.r
Trie Subteriber,-wife of~ fli'aherr Cmnan~r
of Stinmtertihle,- Shop-lr'bee;. herhv ejivia
notice that at the expatiran- eaf ene inonith
from'isst publieation of this advertisemnant,
it Is her intention to trade as a so!" traeder.
rebuar ~ MARY CROGHrAN.
ebar ,1854 18 tf
HANSW6ZTE & GREEN.
WM. HIAYNSWOflTHI. JOHN T. GREEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUMTR VILIE, 8. Q.
. .ii facicein Sumter and the ad
berumary 115m. 185. 26 t
H. L. BUTTERFIELD,
Peb. 28,18 )54 18 ly.
OFaE,, INowR CO.IMr,:CIA, WRARI
CHIARLgTON, S. C.
Fe. 4 1t- N.
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