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at Petersfield Pee Dee River, my Ne
gro Fellow Cyrus. Ile is between twen.
ty-five and thirty years of age , bright cop.
per complexion-high cheek bones, upper
Front teeth slightly decayed in front. le
is about 5 Feet 10 to 11 inches high, he
professes to be a common Carpenter; and
was in the habit of working about Sumter.
ville, and is brobably lurking about hore
now, or at Columbia, where his mother
is. I will give one hundred dollars reward
for his delivery to inc in Conwayboro, or
Fifty Dollars for his confinement in any
Jail in the State so I can get him. He
formerly belonged to Mr. McLeod of Sum.
SAM. BEL L
Con wayboro S. C.
April 26, 1854 26 3an.
So, Carolina--Sumter Dist.
By IV. LE WIS, Es I., Ordinary for said
Whereas, B. E. Weeks hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattles, rights
and ourdits of late F. Weeks of the said
The.e are, therefore, to cite and admon.
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi.
tors of the said deceased, to be and appea
before inc at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden at Sumter
Court house on Friday the 5th day of
May next., to show cause, if any, why thf
said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
26th day of April in the year of
[t.. s.] our Lord, one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty.four, and in the 78th
year of American Independence.
W. LEWIS, o. s. D.
April 26th, 1854. 26-2t
T HE subscribers respectfully informs
the citizens of Sumter District that
they have just received a supply of Otes's
meet perfect Conductors of Electricity.
They will supply the people of this Dis
trict with the rods and send a mechanic
to put them up, or from their simplicity
this item of expense can be saved as any
one that can use a gimblet and screw
driver can do the work. By sending a
buggy or cart and servant we can send you
the rods and all their fixtures, and instruct
the messenger how to put them up, there.
by saving you the expense of paying for
horses and persons sent out for that pur
pose as has been customary in this District
by the venders of an inferior article here.
DIXON 4- COGIILAN.
April 19, 1864 2 3t.
You are hereby ordered to as.
no:nzble in front of the Town
Iall, on Saturday the 29th inst,
at 11 o'clock A. M., fully armed
and equipped, for drill and in
By order of
C.APT. J. B.N. IAMMET.
L. L. FRASER, Jr., 0. S.
W. J. WINDHAM, BtEN. WEEKs, 1. B.
WntTrF, G. W. WESroa. E. J. %V.
Vauan, C. L. TISDALE, R. TISDALE.
L. 1L. FRASER, Jr.
April 19,1854. 25 tr
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FANCY & STAPLE DR Y GOODS,
No 1, Gratiite Range,
CotLvaturA, S, C.
E9"" All orders thank ful y received and
promptly attenne~d to.
BENJ. R. CHAMBERS. WM. MARLSHALL,
April 19, 1854. -(5 m
The Co-Partnerhi p heretofore existing be
tween Daniel Chandler and Robert J. Ander
son, merchants at Lynchburgh, under the
names and style of Chandler & Andenson, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Robert J.
Anderson is duly authorised to close the bus.
ineas of the concern, and to receive the paiy.
muent of debts due, and is atone responsible for
the payment of all outstanding debts of the
Mar. 17, r1854 24 St.
You can obtain from one of th e first artists
in the States a FINE LIKENESS FORl TWO
Mr. S. JENKINS begs leave to inform the
9'citizens of Columbia amd surround ing country
that lhe has located himself at the corner of
Richardson and Plain streets, over Fisher &
Agnew's store, and is ready, with a well-ar
ranged light, to funish DlAG U ERR EOTY1'ES
of superior style and finish.
8:| I have taken the past two years, at
Glen's Gallery, in Charleston, 4,000 daguer
eo .Call in and examine specImens.
A pril 12th. 1851 24 6t.
The subscriber having completed his ar
rangements for making Sash, Blinds andl Pan
melI Doors begs leave to inform his friends and
the public, that he Is prepared to furnuish at
short notice, Sash of all sizes primed and glazed.
Blinds to suit any size witdows, painted or not,
and Pannell Doors of any size or make, a per
tie n of public natronage is epctu solicited.
is. work is all done by hand and out of good
500 lights of S:,e 10 Sash ready for delivery,
to suit windows of 12, 15$, or 18 ight..
JAMl ES HELL.
Sumteraille, April 12, 1844. 21 tf
SA fine large House and lot, with all
h::nthe necsary out bumildings, occupied
at p resent by Mrs. Murphy, arid situ a
ted on MaIn street and nearly oppo.
sit. Dr. Withersponi,. For further informa
riotn enquire at It office or of R. D. Caston on
April 12, 1854. 24 t
Ranawy from the stnhseribser in. Ottber
15,a Neror GIRI. by the name of AMAIN.DA,.
said girl it about 16 years of age and very
slender hut, rather light compleeted. Hecr
tmother being owned. by Lerny Witherspoon
of Sumter Dstri, it ii supposed that sho Is
lurkin; about thlat neiglhborlus. I' will give
Acty nellara le wrt for her apaprehension and
deltier y t ism at, Swift, Creek,, P. Ot. or in
sceme Jail, whesE 1 een .set her.
*L. I.. ITU('E1W.
The Rem owpaed Remedy!
The extraordinary Unguent is composed of
the most healing Balsams, and when used in
accordance with the directions whinh accom
pany cach pot, will assure cures when all other
means fail. Cases of the most desperate Skin.
diseases readily Yield to its eflicacy. It is fa
mous when used in. cases of 'Gott, Rhouma
tism, Contracted or Stiff Joint,, In Asthmas it
will dra wonders if well Tubbed into'the Chest.
A MOST ASTONISIHINO CliRE OF scRO'ULOUS
ULCERS,-A CASE CER't'IFIED BY TnE MAYOR
OF DOSTON 'ENGLAND.
Copy of a Letter from . .. Noble, Esq., Mayor of
TO PRoFPSEoR IOLOWAY,
Dear Sir,--Mrs. Sarah Dixon of Liquorpond
Street, Boston, has this day deposed before me
that for a considerable period she was severely
afflicted with Scrofulous Sores and Ulcers in
her arms, feet, legs, and other parts of her
body : and although the firstof medical advice
was obtained, at the cost of a large sum of
money, she obtained no abatement of suffering,
but gradually grew worso.
Being recommended by a friend to try your
Ointment, she procured a small pot, and a box
of the Pills, and before that was all used, sym
toms of amendment appeared. By persevering
with the medicines for a short time longer, ac
cording to the directions, and strictly adhering
to your rules as to diet, &c., she was perfectly
cured, and now enjoys the best of health.
I remain, Dear Sir, yours truly.
(Signed) J. NOBLE.
Dated August 12th, 1853.
AN EXTRAOnDINARY AND RAPID CURE OF
ERYSIPELAS IN TIE LEG, AFTER MEDICAL AID
Copy of a Letter from A.. Eliabelh Yeates
of the Post Oice, Aldwick Road, near iognor,
Susses, dured Jan. 121th, 1853.
TO PROFESsot IIOLOWAY,
Sir,-l suffered for a considerabte period
from a severe attack of Erysipelas, which at
length settled in my leg, and resisteil all medi
cal treatment. l y sufferings were very great,
and I quite despaired of any permanent amend
ment, when I was advised to have reciiurse to
your Ointmenst and Pills. I did so without de
lay, and am happy to say the result was emi
nently successful, for they ef~ected a radical
cure of my leg and restored me to the enjoy.
ment of health. I thall ever speak with the
utmost confidence of your medicins,and have
recommended them to others in this neighbor
hood similarly afflicted, who derived equal
I am, Sir, your obliged and faithful Servant,
(signed) ELIZABETIl Y EATES.
The Pills should be used conjointly with the
Ointment in most of the: following cases:
Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Burns, Bunions, Bite
of loschetoes and San- Flies, Coco-hay, Chiego
foot, Chilblains, Chapped bands, Corns(Soft,)
Cancers, Contracted amid SrtFPin*:, E!uphan
tiasis, Fistiulas, Gout. Gluyidular Swellings,
Lumbagn, Piles, Rlheumatimn, Scalds, Sure
Nipples; Sore- throats, Skin-4liseases, Scurvy,
Sore-heads, Tumours, Ulcers, Wounds, Yaws.
**8LD AT Tin. ESTABLISH)ENT OF i-go
FES.oa IIOLOWAY, 244, raeTRND (near TEM
PLE BAR,) LoNDoN, and also pt. his.Ilousr. N
New Yoal:. Onunms for 'M edicines in the
States, addressed ' T. IIOLorwA' NEW Yon Y
will receive due attention. Sold also by atIl
respectable iruggists and Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States ,in ('ohs, at 37 1-2
cents,87 cents, and $1.50 cents each. To be
had Wisuiesale t. the p.rincipal.-rug Houses
in the Union.
$2 There is a considerable saving by tak
ing the larger sizes.
N. B.--Directions for the guidance of patients
iln every disorder are affixed to each Pot.
For sale by
P. 3I. COIIEN & CO,
March 5th, 155 23 ly.
? or rte Banner.
MEFSsas EDITonts: Agamn we see that
your columuns have given puhheliation to
A. R. BRA D)11 A M'S noneo, as a can lidatte
for Sheri oif Sumnter IDimtrint, nimong the
mtltwy namoes wte see aninotune for Sherif.
WVe esteemr no tman higher thanm Mr.
BR.Al)1lA l, he hsas bseent our Deputy
Sheriff for nmany yealrs and notwithstand
ing the high re.~pons-ibilities he was acrt ing
undser for thle Sheriff. his sber. h'on -St anti
inidustrnis quabI licat tins ena~bledh hime to
act m0 snech a minne111r as to give genIerasl
pintisfaction to thme people, lie is a mans
that take-s pirie in ri-heving thme wants and
necessities of his fellow rman and would,
if able , assist ilsemi all, btt his condit ion
in hife remnders him una~ble, Wec trust he
may tbe elected shersf.
A pril 4, 1854. 24 3t
SW Wastchmtan copy twice.
-JUST received and Opening a fine stock of
thea most fashionable and Latest Styles of
Spring and Summer GoodNs. Consisting. in
part roft lhe follo)wing articles.
El1k. & fasncy Cloths.
S primg & Sunmmor Tweeds
BJk.W White & Fancy Silk V'estings.
" " " larsailles
"" " Linen Drills
BIk. White & Fancy Silk Cravats.
Linen & Camtbric
Silk & "Hnd',
Gloves, Socks, & Drawers Iad's
Linen Bousom Shirts and Collars.
Silk & Merinoe under Shsirts.
111k. Silk " Hlats..
Panama & fancy Hats.
Bl1k. a-nd Faney Cloth Coals. and Sack.
"C " " Afnaca a
Silk, Grass and Linen " '
Drap d'eto ". " "
111k, and Fancy Cassimero Pant.,
Drap d'ete and Tlweedls,
Whmte and Faney Limnn
Bl1k. White, andI fancy Silk Vests
Bombazine andl Linen -
What andl fancy Marsailes,
All of which we invite onr friends and the
public generally to call and examine.
We are also prepared to matke to order, any
articles In the '! ailoriig line, as neat arid Cheap
as cart be done in the state on the same terms.
WINN & CLARLKSON.
A pril 12, 1851. 21 i
All persons having demands against the
Estate of WV. C. Gtuerry, deceasned, are
requested to hand themn in properly attes
ted ; and all those indebted to) the same,
will make payment to the siscriber by
the first of November next. *
WV. C. GUER RY,
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. 4t.
SStrayed from the subscribers Steam
Mil [in Clarendon, on Saturday last,
--two IHorses, one of theam a dark hay,.
of medium. sise, with marks of saddle en his'
back, the other Is a sorrel, nearly blind, any
person taking up snaid horses, will be suitably
- - -'. R. HARLVIN.
Apr'. 5A 1863. ' de
NEW & FASHIONABLE
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
Thd subscriber would respectfully call
attention to his large and well assorted
Challiea and Berege DeLaines,
Plain colored Bereges, printed do.
Printed and plain Jaconet Muslin.i,
Poplin and Linen Lustres, in dress
Black and col'd Silks, Marcelain Silks
Dotted & Plain Swiss Musline, Mull
Fine Embroidered collars, Chenti.
settee. lifants- Waists &c.
Alexander's Kid Gloves, Lisle Thread
At low and uniform prices.
L. B. HANKS.
OSNABURGS, Plain Striped
Blue Denims, 'Tickings-&c.
Bleached and Brown Shirting, 9 1-4,.
10 1.4, and 11 1.4.
Linen a'uble cloths, Diapers &c.
Long Cloths of all qualities.
Fronting Linens, Pillow-case Linens.
by L. B. IANKS.
EATABLES, Figs, Prunes,- Raisins,
Preserves, Candies, Nuts &c &c.
L. B. HANKS.
Almost anything else to be called for
For sale by L. B. HANKS.
April 5, 1854. 23 tf
THiE subscribers are now receiving their
stock of Spring and Summer goods, which have
been selected with great care, and cannot fail
to give satisfaction in style,quality, and prices.
Our stock compises all articles which the
wants and taste of the community demaud, and
we solicit a call from our friends and the pub.
lic before calling elsewhere as we have many
new styles which cannot fail to please.
TIN DAL, W ATSON - CO.
Mar.'29, 1851. 22 tf
A Fresh supply of SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS, embracing any thing and EVERY
thing, selected by the Subscriber himself,
whose lung experience and knowledge of the
Ropes, makes it no presumption in him to say,
that some of them are cheaper goods than have
ever been brought to this market.
Brown Houmespuna 25 yards to the dollar.
Gentlemen's Hoskin Gloves 75 eta. a pair.
Beautiful colored Muslin at 12 1.2 ets, per
yar-l. French Drillings 10 ets. a yard, a fine
assortment of Fancy Goods that must and should
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Hats, and
Bonnets, Ladies, Gents, and Youths shoes and
Gaiters, fine and common. To enumerate
would be too tedious, but come and see and I
will warrant you satisfaction, both in style, and
prices PERRY MOSES.
April 5th, 1851 23 tf
Country Blams, and Shoulders,
Pickled Beef and Tongues
Goshen Butter, Rice, Flour &c.
Mixed Pickles, in pts, qts. and 1-2 gals.
Olives, Capers &c
Candies, Raisons &c
Raisons 100 Boxes at a Dollar per Box'
Apr., 5, 1854. 23 tr.
FONS.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 let of
May, or sooner if he can ibave Charleston
before said time. Mons. B. is already
known at Sumitervtlle, having taught there
in 150. !c wllhweve say Ifo thle
information of thiosec persons who do not
know him that he is an "Artist" and teach
es what is really dancing ; teaching fromi
the beautiful "Walking Steps," called
Ladies and Gent lens style, tup to the miost
ditlicult passes of Opera Dancing. I~e
also assures thme pubhic that he teaches the
figures i'f the "Qutadrilles " such as thev'
are danced at the ball romom. nlso the real
Polka, Schiottish, Rtedowa, Polka, Mazukai
the beautiful Sicilienne, and~ the waltz a
deux temips or "waltz at two times" being
now the only waltz used in fashionable
Society, lie alson teacies the old Stvle
of datncig with fancy dances of every
descrptiomn. Best reterenices given.
TPer mis: $12 per session of 18 lessons,
three lemcon a week.
ShmouldI thme clamss be of 40 pupils the
price wimll be only $10. Personms wish
ingr to subscribe will call on Mr. Theodore.
A pr. 5. 1851. 23 t
1L7 W~atectman copy.
N. A. 00HEN & COHN,
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
No. 117 East Bay,
NATIIAN A. COIIEN,
LEAP'OL D COllN.
CIIAR LESTON, S. C.
Mar. 29, 185-1. 22 ly
Suluuaterv ille, S. C.
Respectinofly irrformrs the people of -S'rnr
ter District thrit he lhas just receive.i amdi
now offers for sale the bes'.selected and .fl
most choice stock of
SPigl aund Sn11111110r
Tha canothe Goodie,
Tha canotbesurpassed by anything in (lifa
market. ie has received maany new styles
which purohasers would do well to examine be
fore buying elsewhere.
BRO ADULO'IIIlS, CASS1IMERES AND
V E STI NG6S.
A fuland largemsuppy of Ilosiery, Shirtn,
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assortment of RCNADY MADFE CLO'
Till NG, which will be soldI low.
C$P Garments mannfacturedl by the o'.bscri
ber, and wsarranted to give satisfactIon. Or
dern from at distance promptly attended to.
April 5th. 1854 if
A LL who are liale to taxation within the
incorporate limita of Sumte rville are informed ,
that dturing m - absence, they w ill find their
accoimts with V. .J. N. IAM MMET, m ydeputy,
at IR. C. WVEIffI & Co.'s store, the first day of
May is the last day of grace, pay up and save
WV. S-. IIUDSON, C. C.
A pr. 5, 1853. 23 - f
The subscribers are now in receipt of
their SPRING AN NDSUMMERI STOCK,
conhistinig of everyvariety of Gents' atnd
Ladies' dress goods. Groceries, Hard
ware &c., which they are prepared to sell
as cheap as this market can aff'ord. Please
caU and examine for yourselves.
Apv, , 1b4R. C. WEFBB &, CO.
A o., . 15423. t f.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
IN EQUITY-MARION DISTRICT.
Finley M. McCorkle,
vs. Bill for Parti.
C. Henry Black and wife, tion, &c.
and others. J
In pursuance of a decretal order of the
Court of Equity in this case, I will offer
fin ale at Marion Court House, on the
first Monday in May next, the following
valuable tracts of land:
1. Tract of land situated ;n Darlington
District, near the boundary of the Districts
of Marion and Darlington, and within two
mies of the Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, containing finrteen hundred and
nine acres, on which the late Mrs. 11. 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 cultivation, and located
in a neighborhood of wealth and fine socie
ty. There is also on the premises a store
house, considered a fine stand for business.
Appraised at eight Ii rs per acre.
2. A tract of land commonly called the
Brown tract, adjacent to the first ntned,
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 acre.
5. The Woodrow tray t of land, contain
ing four hundred and sixteen acres, situ
ated in Marion District. Appraised at
four dollars per. acre.
6 and 7. The M:ii tract of land, to be
sold 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. On the tract are a fine steam
Mill, dwelling house and.-negro touses.
The lands of this tract are well adapted to
the cultivation of cotton, corn, et -., contain
a quantity of valuahie timber, and being
situated within a short distance of the Pee
Dee, and abounding 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 on application at
the Comnis:oner's office.
Terms of sale: The lands will not be
sold fcr less than the appraised value. If
a greater price than the appraisement is
offered, they will be sold on those terms.
Expenses of sale cash-for the balance a
credit of one, two, three, four and file
years; interest front 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.
Commissinn'r' Office, 1
Marion C. 11., March 29, 1854.'
LADI ES' Boottees and Walking' Shoes, G li
ters, Kid-Tie, &c. Gents' Calf Boots, and
Boottees, Ladies' and Gents. Over Rhrs.
Also-A flme assortmnent of Ilardware, Tin
WVare, Sadle-ry, &c.
tLaien- Wood sait iNoroca Work-tHoxes,
P'u- Boxes, Port- Monies, Segar-Cases, lirace
kets, Ihair and Trooth Brushes, Dressing, Tuck,
and Pocket Conmbs, &c.
Novels, P'oeticad Works and Schoot Books,
and a line assorument of Stationary.
Brown. Clarifie.d anti Crushed Sugars,
Rio and Javas Col1ee, Molasses, Cheese,
Raiisonst, Dried Figs ,Flour, Candle,
Soap, T.-a, Starch, Pickles, Sardines,
G;inger P'rese-rves, &c.
Aliso, a finoe assoratment of Cooking Utensils,
For sale by J. Tr. SOLOMONS & Co.
Marcha 22th, I8&i 21 ife
XIE! XC'! 102EZI
THE " WILMINGTON
ICE HOUSE "
Is now op-it. The Public may depenil upon
havmg~ their wants strpplied, at A LLSEA
SONh of the year, ona reasomabte terms.
Ice orderedt fromt the country will be well
packs d and promptly forwarded at all times.
All iorde*rN for ft-e must be addreSsed to lWf .
MINGTON ICE I[OUSE~.''
tidF TER.lS CAShI, which wilt he strict
ly adhered to in aHl cases.
Depiosits may be made by persons ordering
from a distance.
gf- I'RICE, ONE CENT PER POUND.
Extra charge fur package, dray age, &e.
A. M. VAN B3OlKELEN,
A pril 5th, 1854i 23 Gim.
E. R, COWPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KING, '267 STREETr,
Five Doors iabove Wenatwortla,
ClIA RIESTVON,, S. C.
F~eb. 29, 185A - 18 6'm.
T HIE hest and latest Editions of School
Books, of all kinds in general use, to 6e
had at 10LOIEfl & l EWIBERYiS.
Marcht 15th, 1851 20 tf.
OFFE RS for sale his plantation in the Fork
of Black River containing
Finecin hundred Acres
of Land; two hundred and fifty acres cleared
and well fenced.
JAMES II. NELSON.
M1arh 29th, 1851.' 22 3mn
House and Lot for Sale,
SIn Sumtervil, conftaining 3-4 of
IjEan acre, situated near the Preshy
terian Church, vWithu all necessary
buildmgs thereon. Conditioner one-third
cash, the ballance payable first Janutary
next. For informatioYapply at this office.
A pr, 5, 1854. 23 8t
JOhN T. DARBY.
G, LITTLE & C0,
G. LITTLE. J D. SCO'T" C, F. JACKSON.
No. 199 KING ST lR EE',
Next door to Victorir inotel.
CIA RLSTON 8. C.
Always on hand--A large and Fashionable
AT TnIULOwK5T 1o5sF3LE PIE,,
SiIllRS, 1l0 ERUMBRE LLAtS, &c. &c
W~HOLESALE ANE RJPTAIL~.
-Apr. I2, 185h. M ~ n,
TIlHE Subscribers are now receiving from
the Charleston, Bltimore- antJ New
York markets, a large and completeStock
of Goods for the Spring and Summer trade,
conprising in part, under the following
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
Among which, is a fine assortment of Mus
ins, lice, Colla re, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Boots & Shoce.
Ladies fashionable Silk and Straw Bon
Gentlemen's fashionablo IIATS-Pana
ma, Leghorn, and P. L. Do.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Carriage Hardware and Trimmings
Iron, Nails, Ilollow-ware, Saddles, Bridles
Martingales and Collars, &c., &c., &c.
Also, a full supply of
All of which will be sold low for cash
or to punctual customers on time.
Thankful for past favorq, we respect
fully asks a continuance of patronage,
promising on our part to use every exer
tion to satisfy our customers in prices.
ROGERS & SPENCER.
Bishopville, Mar. 15, 1851. [20-tf]
New Store and New
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
TIIE undersigned has established himself in,
this village, and has now opened a large ands
well assorted stock
of Fresh aund Select Drugs and
Medieines,, with Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Wiadow Glas, Var
nishes, Perfassaaery, Patent ille.
dicitaes, &c. &c. All of which are
of the beat quality, and will be sold on accomo.
dating ter m. A share of the public patronage
W. G. L. RICE, M. D.
Dec. 28 1853. 9-tf.
TO arrive by the next Train, a choice
lot of Groceries from Baltimore, such
as Clarified and Coffee Sugars, superior
Rio and Java Coffee, No. 1. Mackerel in
Kits, Soaps, Starch &c., which can be
bought low from.
BUTLER & NEWBERY,
March 15th, 1854 20 tf.
WINN & CLARKSON,
TIIE undersigned have this day, associated
themselves together, under the above name and
style for the transaction of all busines in the
CLOTHING, and MERCHANT TAILORS'
line, and may be found at the Corner store
formerly occupied by Clark 4 Bro., where they
will be happy to accommodate their friends
and the public generally.
1). 1. WINN.
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
Slarch 13, 1851. 21 if
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
GAITERS, &C,, &C.
THE Eaporum of Fashion and Quality,
where may he found a complete assortment of
Ladies' Men.' Boys' Misses and Children.'
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, &c., of almost every style
and quality. They are fresh goods and are all
warranted to give satisfaction.
J. T. BRUNSON.
Next door to R. C. Webb, & Co.
Mar. 22, 1851. 21 ii'
R.J IL AFAR h as jest received from
VAChiarl eston a new and heatiful collec
tion of Fancy Cases, Medallions, Brooch
es, etc, which he would o0'r to the people
of H'umterville and vicinity, and respect
fully requests them to call and examine
for themiselves. Ilo in thankful for the
kind favors which have already been cont
fered, and would earnestly solicit a contin
uation of the same. Rooms up stairs
next to the Sumter Banner Of~ee.
March 22th 1854 21l tf.
LAND FOR SALE.
A TRACT of Land beo-aging to the
Estate of Dr. Robert Muldrow, de
Ceased, lying on the main road h'adin~g
fronm Camden to~ Carter's Crossing, on
Scape O're. The said lands are bounded
by lands of Stephen Boykin, Darlin Da
vis, Dr. E. Gregrg, James Corbitt and Ma
ry Mimmin. Terms reasonable. Apply
to either of the subscriber, at Mayesville
G'EQ. C. MULDfROW,)
ROBT. B. MULiDROWV, Exectors.
WVM. J. MUEDROW,
Marcha 22r 1851 21 2m
RI. 0. WDB~~J & ICOs
TjilIE undersigned, hnte associated them
&selvyes together, under tite above nlame
and style, for the transactioh of all busi
ness in the mercantile line and may be
found at the old stand of Wmn. WEBB3,
where they willI be happy to see and ac
cotnodate thetir friends and the pufrlic.
II, S. WE~BB.
Mat. I5, 185 (. 20 t f
WILL be given for the apprehaensaow andl d
livery to the MJater of either Workhouse in
Chlarlestott, or any jail in the State, of ISA AC,
sometimes called John Brown, who without
any knowtt canuse, left te Ja:wes Hill Planta
tion on the 20th of October first. Said fellow
Is 5 feet 8 inces In height, muutee comploxlon,
smart, intelligent spoken, and is a Carpenter by
trade ; and '9hen last heard of was in the lower
country ,on McCord's plantation. Fifty dollars,
in addtio to the aboyo reward, will be paid
upon proof to conviction of his being harbored
or emplyed by a white or colored person.
App3 to J. & 3. D. KIRKPATRICII.
29th, 1853. 22 tf.
CIIINA andl Granitte Tea's,
Granitte Dinner and Breakfast Plates,
Steak Dishes. Butter Dishaes, Soup Bowls,
Custard Standis, Fruits Stands,
Flower Vanes, China and Class Candlesticks,
Preserve Dishes, Decanteas, Tumblers,
Glass Pitchers, and a number of other articles
just received and for sale by
Marcia 22th, 1851 1 f
0i" LB.of choice country cured
BACONr and 500 lb.. N~o. 16
LEAF LAR D. for sale low for cash only,
.by BULE '1PR & NEWBERY.
March 15th. 1&4 2 tfr
Dr. W. JasDargan & Co.
R ETA IL DEA'LERS in- Drugs, Midi.
cines, Paints, Oils, Dyo. Stuffs,. Pa-.
tent Medicines,. Window Glas.,. Perfumery,.
Fancy Artidies, and'a varietyof.otheirarticlea.
usually kept in. Drug Stores.
JNo. W. DaIOAN, W. J'as. DARGAN, M. D:.
gg'' Next'dbor-to.China's lintel.
Jan. 2, 1854.. 10-tf.
(BEST NOW IN USE;)
And a variety of other. popular Patent Medi=.
cines, for sale b
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN.& CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
A Lot of Paint Boxes.
%Water Colors,) for sale by
DARGAN & ~
Feb. 29, 1854. D 8
A large supply, kept constantly on hand'
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 18 if
Excelsior Family Starch,
In pound package.., powdered. Also the~
highly oelebrated Corn-Starch, for sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29 ,1854. 18 ro
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
P-repared by Rushton, Clark & Co. Also,
sold drawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
by 2 5ARGAN & CO.
Tab. 29, tr85.r. 1A tf
AND FINE CHEWING TOBACCO, for sale
b 2DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, I8 4. 18. if
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
A beautifnl assortment. Call at Dorga 's
and examine them. Also a variety of Note Pa
per and Envelopes, for sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Next door to China's Hotel.
Feb. 29, 1851. 18 if
At C. SQUIER,
NO. 208 AND 210.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
WALL-PA PER, &c. &c. &c
At very knw prices ow cash. le s eunstas
1y replenishing his large assortment fmm his.
MANUFACTORY in Columbia, nd frem
New York. and now offers a greater variety
than usual, especially on in FANCY AND
ENAMELED FIRNITURE, Sitting and
Rocking Chairs. &c. &c.
A. i. GALE & CO.'S SUPERIOR AND
GREATLY IMPROVED PIANOS, as New
York cash prices. 87 All Pae ec Fura'
cure sold by him are warranted for one year
or longer. All kinds of Furniture neatly and
A arge lit of MAHOGANY VENEERS on
hand, wilh other Cabinet Maker's Material., in
WALL-PAPER AND BORDERING, a
larg and rich assortment.
MetneralCsrve at short notice with
Hie would respectfully invikes his friends and
tepublre generally to call and examine his
March 15, 1851. 20) ly.
ROBERT A. YONGUE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
8EGtS leave to call the attention of his
friends and the public to his
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
Int additiont to his former stock, he bas just
recerved a new and extens'ive assortment of
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, Mantel
CLOCK(S of every variety. Silver and Plated
Ware-, a large varit y Military and Farrey
Goods ; Gons, Rifles, Sprtsman . Apparatus,
Fine Pocket and Tabl Crtlery, and alarge
assortment of FANCY GOODS.
His prices will be found, on-examination, to
he as moderate as at any other establishment
in the South. 'Thankful for past favors, he so
licits a continuance of the patronage of his
former friend, anid customers,
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
DR. C. H. 1MIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAR THE COURT HOUSE.
Drugs, 1Medicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfbmery and Fancy
SELECTED EXFRtSSLY FOtt TiflS
March 15, 185.. 2?) ly,
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
252, RIClIARDISON STREETS
d.nd coriler of Garvais' Street,
CXYLUSWBIA, S. C.
M~arch 15, 18&i. 20 ly.
Dealer in Proavisions, Floure,
BA4 CON, GROCERIES, W*~1Vl',
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TODAUCCO.
Plantation Bapplies and
TEA, MOkAtSE C1*EESE, &c.
194, &ichardson Street,1
COLUMIIIA, 8. C.
Plarefi f5, 1834. 20 ly.
DRIEF.nIGS, RCASINS CANDI,
(CHEESE, BOTT LMD CL1BER, PORT
lerag Detains, Pritfed Jacont,~ Yrenchi
Caw ricks.--Fine assortment of Ging
hums1 black and colored, andc Etnroide'red
Goode, &e. &c.
J1. T. SOLOMONS-& Co.
March 8th. 1b54. i9 er
MR. EDITOR : Please announce CoL J.
M. NELSON as a candidate for Senatum for.
Claremont (County, at the ensuing election,.
and oblige- MANY VoTEaa,.
February 8th,.1604' I& t;
OJT Watchman pldase copy
Met.. EnToR:: Your will oblige- many
citizens by. announcing 0bl. L1. D. BLAND..
ING as a candidate. for Jlepresentative for'
(Clanmnont County,.at the- next session ofh
Feb. 6,. 18i4' 1S t
Ti" Watchman please copy.
Mr. Editor:- The Citizens:
of Clitrendon County are- desirous that C. W..
L. REYNOLDS,.represent them in the nest
Legislature. By announcing him a. Candidate
for that offibe, you! will'oblige them.
ii We are authorised to
announce laj. A. C. SPAIN as a cand.
dabs for Representative from. Claremont
County. at the- ensuing election,..
Feb. 22; 1:x.. 17; tf
' Messrs, Editors: Youi
will oblige many votensof Claemont Elec
tion District 'my announcing Cal. R. Im.
ROACIlEl HKRIOT asa candidate- for a
seat in the Lower Branch-of the Legisla
ture of the State of South Carolina,. at the
Feb. 22, 1i84.. IT tr
We the friends of A, R.
BRADHAM Eaqr.. take pleasure in an.
nouncing himas a candidate for Sheriff
of Sumter District, at the next Election..
Mar. 29, 1854. 22 tf
(t-P We are authorised to
announce Mr.. JAMES E. WLTHEft
SPOON,. of Salem, a Candidate- for Rep
resentative for Claremont County at the
March.&,. 1854. W f
A Number of Voters take
pleasure in announcing Col. WIl.LIAM
A. COLCLOUGI an a candidate for Sher
if of Sumter District, at the next election.
tarch 15,- 1854. 20 t.
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. T. D. FnIERSoN as a Candidate for
Sherifl of Sumter District at theceuing
Aug. 21, I853.
Er. Editor :---You will
oblige a number of the voters of Sumter
District, by announcing in your column,
the name of Major J HN JALLARD, ae- a
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing
Aug. 73, 1853. 42 t f
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
Mx. EDITOR :--Please announce Mr.
ROBERT W. DURANT, a candidate
for Tax-Collector of Salem Cuenty, at the
next election, and oblige
JanuaryI4, 85 13--.f
W The friends of Capt.
P.M. GJ1BBONS announce him a candi
date for the office of Tax-Colleetor for
Salem County, at theo ensuing election and,
oblige MAzqy Vo--raS.
FO0R O R.DI N ARY.3
(t-P Er, Editor :--You winl
please announce WILLIA M HI. BRUN
SON ase a candidate for the Office of Ordi
nary of Sumter District, at the ensuing
A pril 27th, 1852 27-tf
F OR C LE RK.
(Ic We are authorized to
announce 'T. 3. DINKINSf , Faq., a Candidate
for Clerk of the Court, at the enaning election..
A pril6th 1851 2tfe
0:' Mr. Editor: Please am
nounce Mr. J. J. McKELLt.Al, a Candi.
date for Clerk of thim Court, for Sumtet
D~istrict, and oblige MIANrY VOTERS.
April 18i, 1852, 25.-tf
MR. EDITOR:--MANY FR1?ENDS
of WV. i. N. HAMMET are desiroue of pgt.,
ting him in nomination for the Office n6'
Clerk of the Court of Sumter Wetrict, aO
the ensuing election.
May 24, 1853. 30t..s
toa&~ We are authorized
to nnonceA. E. POOLi aa- a- candidate
for Sheriff of Sumter Dtsin at theense..
December 21, 1853( g.-tf
Mr. Editerf-Please an
nounce JOHN lN 1cLEODY a candidate
for Sherif ef Sumter Dlistuict and ob,.
lige MAar FairoS..
June S6afr,- 1853 35-.tf
TVie Sulisc'iberd ife of Hubhert Crogham
of Sumterville, Shop-keeper, hereby give.
notice that at the eupiration of one mentir
from first publicatian of this advertisement,
it is hier intention to trade s a ale trader,
Febvuary 28, 184 18 (f
HAYN8WORTE & GREEKs
WMa. IIAYNSWORTH. JOHNl A R25
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
WILL pfactice int sumter cmd the ad
February 16th, 1808. U tf
HI. L. BUTTE~RFIELD,
Feb,29 1814.- 18 iy,
f Ti MASON.
#ATC-MARKI A .~3L
. S prepared to do all Tm~tof- k
Sie ihnatness aa eP. ll. to
bove the a odstandJs
Feb.8.18&. 4 -