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Bheriff's Sales,
B Y virtue of sundry Executions to me
directed, will he sold, at Sumter Court
House, on the 1st Monday and day follow
ing in May next, within legal hours of sale,
to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow.
ing property-purchasers to pay for titles:
1 lot and buildings in Sumterville ad
joining lands of and where defendant lives,
levied upou as the property of T. J. Dink.
ins. at the suit of W. S. Boyd.
1 lot and buildings in Sumterville ad.
joining lands of and where defendant lives,
levied upon as the property of F. D. Grier,
at the suit of Pierson 4- Jennings.
1 tract of 108 acres of land in Clarendon
adjoining lands of Josiah Fort et. al. levied
upon as the property of E. Pringle at the
suit of Willey Banks & Co.
1 tract of land in Clarendon adjoining
lands of J. McKeller, It. Ridgill et. al.
levied upon as the property of J. L. Rhane,
at the suit of F. M. Stukes.
1 lot and buildings in Suinterville ad
joining lot of John S. Richardson Jr., and
where B.. F. Brogdon lives levied upon as
the property of J. B. N. Hanmet at the
suits of L. B. lanks, U. It. Leak admin'r,
2 cases et. al. To be sold at the risk of
the foriner-purchase.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
VT. J. Dinkins, at the suit of Win. S. Boyd.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
E. D. Prngle at the suit of Burckmiyre &
Baily 4 cases and Sam. E *.!%wden.
1 negro levied upon anthe property of
C. Brunton at suit of David R.igin.
1 Mule levied upon as the property of
Nap. McLeod at the suit of Jos. McIntosh
2 cases.
I negro levied upon as the property of
Theo. R. Berry at the suit of Thos. H.
O'uteen.
Buggy and Harness levied upon as the
property of J. J. Tindall at the suit of Jno.
Kelly.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
C. W. Lessesne at the suit of N. Crane,
I negro levied upon as the property of
J. F. June at the suit of E. Barnes and H.
Hi. Lessesne.
1 nerro levied upon as the property of
Jas. McCauly at the suit of 11. H. Less.
pone.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
Thos. Garrett at the suit of Black &
Jones.
1 Hlorse levied upon as the prnperty of
Jno. McCall at the suit of C. C. Thaines.
1 mule levied upon as the property of
N. H. Johnson at the suit of J. P Jaroe.
1 mule levied upon as the property of
J. W. Ridgew.ty at the suit of V. F. B.
Ilaynsworth Commissioner.
2 horses levied upon as the property of
R. W. Andrews at the suit of Sanl. Brad
ley.
JOHN C. RIIAME, S. S. D.
May 24, 165-1.
.Luu,uuu {alt '
For The People.
JOSIAH PEIHAM submits to the People of
the United States, his THIRD
MONSTER GIFT ENTERPRISE,
In connection with the exhibitions of hi's
Magnificiet and Immense
MIIannOR OF NORTH
& SGUTHI AMERICA,
AT ACADEMY HALL, 6 -
Broadway. New. York. *
100,000 T!CKETS ONLY,
AT $1 EACH,
Will he sold Eacir piirchase r of a Ticelmt for
THlE ADMISSION OF FOUR PERSONS
To thu Exhibition, will be presented with a
.ioIavr* I ;ainXde, enti!!ing the Jt'.de:
Oine $1 are in the following 100,000 Giins:
A FARai, licatedl in hiurrison Township,
Gloucester C'o., New .Jersey, and within I5
miles of Philade phia. 't emhraces over 100
adres of Land, in a high state of cultivation,
with Dwelling, lBarns, and other necessary Out.
Housers, in good repair. There is a large Or
chard of choice Fruits. Title indisputable.
Valued at $16,000 (Any information in regardi
t'o the Farm can becobtainied of B ELAN ItED.
FIED, tenant on the premises.)
A perpetual loan without security or interest,
5.000
"l "l "1 " " 2,000)
" " " " 1,00
2 "' " $500 en. 1,000
10 " " " "100 "1,000
The Celebrated Trotting Miarc. " Lily
Dale." who can trot, in harness, a milc in
2.4u valued at ,0
5 Rosewood Pianos, valued at $500 each, 2,500
5 " " " 300 " 1,500
t'A portidr' df the'Pianos are T1. Gilbert &
Co's Celebrated AMolians. O'thers of Hlallett,
Dlavis & Co's Splendid instruinents.)
The Splendid Se'ries' df Paintings known as
the M airror of New Englrand and Canadian
Scenery," and now realizing a hanetsomc in
come by Exhibitions in the East vasluedl
at..-...-...- ..-...- ...- 22,000
3 Light and Beau tifuil Carriages, $id5 ea., 675
Q.God Watihes, 100 " 1,000
ld" Penu and Cases 5 " 2,00
5,dO0 " Pencils', . 3 " 5,000
94,819 Piec'eaof Choi'~e, Populnar andl
Fashioniable 5lhsid,2 cia. ea-ch,23.705
100,000 Gifts, Valued at $'J6,310
ONE -GIFT FOR EVERY TICKET.
In order to insure to all concerned a perfecily
fair and satisfaciory disposition of the above
named Gifts Mir. PEltIf H.1proposeis that the
Shr~eholders shall meet together
OH ThuvaaAy Evsnino, Juss 22u, 1851,
(dr s<Aincr, if all the Tickets are sold-doe no
tice of which will be given,) at some suitable
place, here'after to be designated, and appoint a
COMMSITTEE OE FIVE PERSONS, to re
ceive the property, whlich they may dispose of
iti such,nman)ner-by lot or otherwise- -as the
Sharehiolders, for the faithful performance of
the duties required of them.
Sharabolders residing out of the city of New
a Yrk, will stand upon the same footing a. resi
Sdent, and whdlever inay fall to their shares
wsitl be for warded to them in sur h manner as
thy may direct, after the partition has taken
~All orders far Ticts, by mail, should
beiddressee to JOSJIH PERI A M, A CAIDE
liY HA L.L, 663 BROAD W'AY, NEW YORK.
If it should happen that all the Tickets are sold
when thd order is receivcd, the motney will be
retul-ned, at ot expense foi pstage. Corres
pondents wirI-please write disttrdtly their name,
residence, County and 8'tate, tceprevent errors.
Or, If couvenient, enclose an nrvelopo, with
their direelions on it in full--in which, such
Tickets as thiey'iforder vill be returned.
Mlay 24, 1854 '4t'
60 Cotinfry Hamsr
JUST received and for sale hy
J. T. SOLOMONS & Co.
May 17, 1854 29 -tf
ifAYNSWORTif& nIiE5N;
WM. niAYZBwortTH. JOtHN T,' GIEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUMTE RVILLE, S. C.
WIl'fub practice in Sumter and the ad.
joiniiAg Districts.
February 15th, 16,5 . . 28 tf
HE heet'and latest Ed~titiois of School
B looktt, of all kinds ini general use, to be
ha~d at BUTLER & NEW BFRY'N.
S March lilt; 1856 .20 if.
*L L. IiUTTEuRPTELcn
Executive Department.
COL~UMBA 3d May, 1854
WHEREAS information has reach'ed
this Departmient that on the night of
the 28th of' February last a murder was
commni tted in Darlington district, upon the
body of a slave named Peter, the property
of L. A. Williamson, by a gun-shot would
-inflicted by Wm. L. Williamson, who has
fled from justice.
Now to the intent that the said Wm. L.
Williamson may be apprehended and
brought to trial and condign punishment, I
hereby offer a reward of Two hundred and
fifty Dollars for his delivery into any of the
jails in this State. The said Williamson
is about five feet eight inches in height,
well formned, sandy hair, red complexion,
gentlemanly in deportment, and suposed
to be thirty-four y-ears old.
Given under my hand and seal of the
State, at Columbia, this third day of
May A. D. 1854.
.JOHN L. MANNING.
BuM.; PERRY.-, Secretary of State,
M ay 10, 1853. 28 4t
So, Carolina---Sumter Dist,
133 W. LLBE W IS, E sgr., Ordinaryfor said
District.
Whereas. T. L. Burgess, hath applied
to me ror letters of Administrat ion. on all
and singular the goods and chat ties, rights
and credits of the lnte Thomnas Burges-,
of the said District, deceased.
These are. therefore to cite and admnn
ish all and singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and ap
pear before me at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District to be holden at
Sumter Court Hlouse o n Friday the 26th
day of May inst., to show cause, if any,
why the said admninistration should not be
granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 16th
day of Ma'y in the year of our Lord
(t..s.] one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-four, and in the 78th year of
American Independence.
W. LEWIS, O. S. D.
May 16, 18541. 27--2t
Home Industry.
-TE Subscrib takes this
,~nmethod of infourmintg his friends
and the pueblic, that he has recently enlarged
his~
Carriage Shop,
and procured the services of several good work
men, and is now ready to build Vehicles ofany
description at the shortest notice. tie promises
to repair with neatness and despatch and sat
isfy all those who may favor him with patro'
age, in cheapness &c.
R. G. PUoTT.
LnctD byRG S. C., lay 10, 1851. 28-tf
ICJE ! ICE ! I1CE !
NI COte intA ICE HOU SE has been
fi. entir-ly rebuilt, so as to be capable of
jail ipnd thri:hStat. T e fa cilliaymwin
sabouy fihe- eeuary eit winche ien hfeivery
rnering iftmd dsabndy hai, rad, copengeo
freigttrain; in d eprairadmentad haved
to bdre togimv,oer yaii fold tapr
ivn. tWer ilamy had a meal ot the
d ten depts Coreceiv, rthiurd blaykeof
Mayx0, &..2
Costo, c C toin-Sumptnd;era Dage,
bre, and pLckiS, 3ces;r. chdar fur aiod
tol me frn leter or Adcensra0ionm. ol
of the aid Di'rictidctorsd
N.h.elanee are rfr ter coneandrntmode
ofh alanstingue lakets idrefurnied
itrsofth s0,i85 deeaed tob t f p
et prieform C ati urnext rdaysr
urthvnge for theeawill indit to odna
dtyei aante to show~a ca, ,ifay
wh rh APEd cdOninssioN :shAdtb
Give unr y had adCsals, hs. C.
dayth-carylinte yearnufacturi-igd
Cit- o pan y.te dhyero
May 10, 1851. 2
Furitue IndChair
Tb Ts E ubscriber haigcmlte hiiar
nelDoabg leaetoo informin hi friendsn
a~th public, tht h is reaetlo cfurged
alnd prouredthan se witdosvrainteod orkot
aun Panel Dier m o ay sibeild meee.o anyo
tiofpuic atsroegt inortfysic.ited.mse
isri all thdwon my fohn wtd outogoo
aeao inchaea .
tsCuwdows o.fC2, May10, 1851 . .8t
~I~LI~COU~fl~I IA M SUELL.osn
umeralle Apl---,E1844 f24lt wt
supThe-anhibsrelry now iihent reer.y
fheitr PinG Atdtm Nald UM Et hTO,kid
lyonsitingtof gietvery failty o iets' andr
Laines' des tgoods.iv Grot.ciesh,nkHad
ware. &c., hc hyaepeae osl
boa mn cepactigs maret; cafr. onPalerase
caill bendoo exain or yoursteversOo..
N. 3 . fln, r C. vEry covnin mo.e
oftanprinSc. oflncho iccutry e ursed
Mar10 118'54 20 tf.
PR0VIIGUSPICNS:GVN
CoE unt rlms ar payng er'
da rienf BCter, Ri Le,, dur pher
Mixnd haik tle, for psa, wil. and it gao
tderiavs;Capr toadr
PERRYCMM~so M ENS
MAy pr0, 1854.' 2 6t.
OE- R foWsaERnpalTion'1\heFr
FurfteereHundedhAire
oFivea Doors a ndbfifty scres cleare
nd ,ll orsbglan etoid.mi fred an
PROSPECTUS
OF THE
SOUTIK CAROLINA
TEMPERANCE STANDARD.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully
announce to the friends of Teraperance general
ly that they intend to commence the publica.
tion of a Temperance Paper, about the 15th of
June next, provided a sufficient number of Sub.
scribers can be obtained to warrant the under
taking.
It will be printed upon suabstantial paper of
Imperial size, and will contain 24 columns of
mutter. It w+ill be denominated the "South
Carolina Temperance Standard." and will be
published every two weeks, at the price of One
Dollar per annum. As soon as fifteen hundred
subscribers are obtained, we will publish it
weekly at the same price.
Our sole object is to advocate the cause ol
Temperance; and particularly the Legislative
Prohibition of the Traffic in Intoxicating
Drinks ; and to prepare the tmasses of the puo
ple of our State for the enactment of such a
Law, by convincing them of its expediency
and necessity.
We will endeavor to make it a welcome vis
iter in every family. Nothing will be admit
ted into its columns of a worthless and immoral
tendency.
A strict neutrality will be maintained on all
subjects of a pulitical and religious sectarian
character. No subscription waii be received
for less than one year, and In every case the
order must be accompanied by the money.
A limited number of advertisements will be
inserted at the usual
We would respectfully apal'totlt riends
of Temperance and Morlity to sustain us in
our efforts to ameliorate the condition of suffer.
ing humanity.
We hope all persons feeling an interest in
the success of this enterprise, will exert them
selves in getting subscriptions, and as soon
thereafter as convenient send us their lists.
Postmasters are requested to act as Agents.
All communications intended for the paper
must be post paid, and addressed to the " South
Carolina Tumperar.co Standard," Lexington
C. i, S. C.
S. E. CAUGHMAN, EDITORS AND
J. R. BREARE, RotrIoaa.
S. CORLEY, P o
May 1, 1854.
A, ANDERSON,
Sumtcrvllle, S. C.
Respectfully informs the people of Sum.
ter District that he has just receive. and
now offers for sale .thq best. selected and
molt choice stock of
Spring and Sumaner
Goods,
That cannot be surpassed by anything in this
market. lie has received many new styles
which purciers would do well to examine be
fore boying clsewhore.
BROADCLOTIld, CASSIMERES AND
VE-STINGS.
- ALSO
A full and large supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Hand.
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
ALSO
A large assortment of REA)Y MADE CLO
Ti NG, which will be sold low.
E' Garments mannfactuiod by the subscri
ber, anti warranted to give satisfaction. Or
ders from a distance promptly attended to.
A. ANDERSON.
April 5th. 1854 tf
Notice.
JUST recei yed and opening a fine stonk of
the most fashionable and La'te'st Styles of
Spring and Summer Goo.s. Conafsting in
part of. the ft liowing arfiles.
111k. & ..fanoy. r- . Cloths.
& Casalmeres.
Spring & Summer Tweeds
Bl1a. White & Fancy Silk Vestings.
" " barsailles "
" " "Linen Drills.
Bi1k. White & Fancy Silk Crtv-ats.
Lin,-n & Cambric
Silk & " llandk'fs,
Gloven. Sock,, & Drawers
Linent Boimim Shirts min- Collars
Silk & Merinmo un.ler Shirt.
Blk. Silk " Hats
P'anamea & fancy lnt.
Cloth in g.
Elk. and Fancy Cloth Coats and Sacks.
"..".."..Tweed ""
" " . Al paca "* ""
Silk, Grass and Linent " "'"
Drap d'ete" "
Bl1k, and Fancy Cassimero Pants,
Drap d'ete and Tweeds,
White and Fancy Linen"
Blk. White, and fancy Silk Vest.
Bombazine and Line.n
.What and fancy laritailes,
All of which we -invite our friends and the
public generally to call and examine.
We are also prepared to makc to order, any
articles in the'! ailering line, as neat and Chreap
as can be done In the S tate on the same terms.
WINN & CL~ARKSON.
A pril 12, 1854. 21 tf
.$100 Reward.
Ranaway from my Brotnter llenry sell.
aPetersfield Pee Dee River, my Ne
goFellow Cyrus. Hie ic between twen
y-ieand thirty years o.f age , bright cop.
prcomplexion-high cheek bones, upper
Frntteeth qlightly deepyed ida front. He
isaot l 'eet 10 to 11is chef hiigh, he
prn!.'sses to he a .. ommrona Carpeutier; and
wa ia the hanbit of working about Sumter.
valle, and ii' brohibly lurking abo'Ot here
now, or at Columbia, where his mother
itt. I'will~give one hundred dollars re'ward
for his delivery to' toe in Conwayboro,.or
Fdaty Dollars for hit confinemaent in any
Jail in. the State so V can get hutn. . He
formerly belonged t& Ma.-McLeod of Sunm
ter District.
184 . SE4i. BEL-~
Con wayboro S. C.
A pril 26, 164 26 1m.
Ordn No: 116.
Nt~id Quarters 44ih Iteg'menat S. C. hi,
. Oldford, aruy let 1854.
A court.halartial :a hereby ordered to con.
vene af'~iiimons u~f~n onrriday the 26til
of May next at 14 3g' 1..k ~.A.-M. to try all
the defaulters in the 44th Regiment S. C,
Infantry..
Comnaunilanjs of enmpanies will have all
thos defaultdra of their resnmective Beat
sunnanmneil in' drue .tintro to the couart, ani
furmshl ovidente of the fact properly Swdrr
to. .
By order of-.
. Col. M'LETsT-,
.,W. T. WaLDER Adt'j.
44th R~egiment 8, C. Militia.
May 10, 1854 28 3t.
Watchman copy.
CROCKERY AND'
GLASSWARis.
CHINA and Granitta Tea's,
.Granltte Dinner and Breakfast Plates,
Shak 11see .Puttor [Dishes, Soup Bowls
Custard S tands, Fruits Stands,
Fldwar Vases, Chiria and Class Candlesticks
Preserve Dishes, Decanters, Tumblers,
Wine Glasses,
Glass Pitchers, and a number of other article
just received and for sale by
T. J. SQOMON'S & CO.
' isireh 22th, 185-4 .. - 21 ,tf.
-0. T. MASON.
WATW.lMAKIfit & JEWkatER.
8perd to do all manne4 of wori. izih
line, n'atessahd despatch. Ilim tn
are. Ca. Het is still at his okd stamd ju
we th Tow 16n
At Bishopville.
T HE Suhscribers are now receiving from
the Charleston, Baltimore 'and New
York markets, 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 rs, Gloves, Mitte, &c.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Boots & Shoes.
Ladies fashionable Silk and Straw Bon
nets. ., .
Gent lemen's fashionable IAT --Pana
ma, Leghorn, and P. L. Do.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Carriage Hardware. and Trimmings
Iron, Nails, Hollow-ware, Saddles, Bridles
Martingales and Collars, &c., &c., &c.
Also, a full supply of
GROCERIES.
All of which will he sold low for cash
or to punctual customers on time.
Thankful for past favors, we respect
fully asks a continginco of patrapageo
promising op our part to uso every exer.
tion to satisfy our cu'toners in pr' .
ROGERS&SPE ER.
Bishopville, Mar. 15, 1851. [20-tf]
NEW & FASHIONABLE
SPRING &- SUMMER GOODS.
The subscriber would respectfully call
attention to his large and well assorted
stock of
Challiea and Borege LeLaine+,
Plain colored Bereges, printed do.
Printed snd plain Jaconet Muilins,
Poplin and Linen Lustres, in dress
patterns, Ginghama,
Black and col'd Silks, Marcelain Silks
Dotted & Plain Swiss Muslins, Mull
Muslins,
Fine Embroidered collars, Chemi.
settes. Infants Vaistie &c.
Alexander's Kid Gloves, Lisle Thread
Gloves &.c.
At low and uniform prices.
L. B. HANKS.
OSNABURGS, Plain Striped
Blue Dcnims, Tickings &c.
Bleached and Brown Shirting,. 9 1.4,
10 1-4, and 111.4.
Linen Table cloths, Diapers &c.
Long Cloths of all qualities.
Fronting Lity ns, Pillow.case Libens.
by L. B. HANKS.
EATABLES, Figs, Prune, Raisins,
Preserves, Candies, Nuts &c &c.
L. B. IIANKS.
Almost anything else to be called for
For sale by L. B IIANKS.
April 5, 1854. :-' tf
Notice,
TIIE subscribers are -now receiving their
stock of Spring and Snnmtr goods, which have
been selected with great care. and enot fail
to ginv satisfaction.in style,4nality, prices.
Our stock com'p,ises- all articles w ich the
wan's and taste of the conmunity demand, and
we'solicit a call from our fri~als and- the pub.
lie befero calting elsewhef-1er-werii4mey
new styles which cannot fail to please.
T INDA L, WA ThUN d- Co.
Mar."'. 1831 2 - :
Just Received,
A Fresh supply of SP'RINGl AN DASIIMfERI
GOODS, embracing any thig and EVERYi
thing, i.elected by the Subscriber, hiself,
whose l.ng experia-nce ande konio e,.f the
Rop, makes it no presumption in him to say,
that some of them are cheaper goods than have
ever been brought to this market.
.Brown liomespunis 25 yards to the dollar.
Gentlemen's Iloskin tlove, 75 cis. a pair.
Beautiful colored Muslin at 12 1-2 eti, p.er
yar I.- Frent-h l~rillings 10 eta, a yard, a fine
assortment of Fancy Goods that must and should
be suld. .
Groceries, Crockery, liardlware, Ifrats, a~d
lBonnets, Ladies. Gents, anti Youths shoes and
Giaiters, fine,. and common. To enumerate
would he too tedious. but come and soo and I
will wvarrant you ratisfaction, both in style, and
prices P'ERRY MOSES.
April 5th, 1851 23 tf
New Store' and New
Goods
BDIGS AND EhIMES
TIfE undersigned has established nimself in
this villagt,, and las nowv opened a large and
well assorted stock
oif Fresia asad Select Drugs nds
.'ledicus~, witia Paints, 013A.
Dye-Stmi lie, Winadow Glnss, Var
saishs,...Perinanery, Pateat Me.
dichiss. c. &c. All of which are
of the be-st quality. andi will be solo on accomoc
dating terms.' A s'hare of the public patronage
is Solhened.
WV. G. L. RICE, M. D.
Dec. 28 1853. 9-tf.
DJA(UERREOTYPES.
R.v AFA hais just rec.eive~d from
Chrlston a news andi beautiful collec
ti'on of Fancy Cases, Miedallions,brooch
es, etc~twhich ho would offe~r to thiphople
of .Sumterville anti vicinity, and respect
fully .requesta them to call and examnine
for themselves. Hle is thanl ful 'for the
kind tavors wibeh'have already ',n con.
ferd,ansl would ,earnestly soligit a contin
uation or ..sho, same. :Rooms up stairs
nexts.to the Suitr Banner ffi-ce.
Mfarch 22th 1854 '21 tf.
Td Anrive,
DRIEfl-FTGS,- RAS1NS, CANDY,
PICKLES, GINGER-PRESERVES.
CHIEESE, BOTTLED CIDER, PORT.
ER, &b. ...a.
Barage'neLtins, Pr-inte'd Jacoets, Fraencl1
Cambricks.-Fino asimrtment of Ging
hatos, black and colored, and Embroidered
Goods, &c. &c..
3. T. SOLDMONS & CO.
March 8th, 1854. 19 tf
COPARTNERSH1P 'NOTICE
WIN & C.L AlKSON.
'N undersIgne'd have .this day, associated
themselVes tdgether, under the above name anc
style for tho transactiwn*, of all husines in th<
lie, NG, and MERCHM(AT TAILORSi
inadmay be fonna at the Corner stort
formerly ocoupied by Clark 4 Bro., wtore the'
will bo happy to accommodate their friendi
ad the public generaly .IN.
S. E. W. CLAI('ON.
March 13, 1854. 21 if
UOarrfve by the next Train,' a choice
Alot of Groceries from Baltimnore, stie
as,.Clarified anil Coffee Sugars, 'superb
Ran and Java Coffee, No. 1. Macke~rc1 i,
.Kiiu, 82g94 Ate..c, whi as bi
bougt, low from,
BUT -, NE IE Y
Dr. W. Jae.Dargan& Co.
R ETAIL DEALERS in Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, Oils, Dve Stufi', Pa
tent Medicines, Window Glass, Perfumery,
Fancy Articles, and a variety of other Prticles
usually kept in Drug Stores.
JNO. W. DAnGAN, W. JAS. DARGAN, M. D.
g7 Next door to China's Hotel.
Jan. 2, 1854. 10-tf.
Epping's Sarsaparilla,
(BEST NOW IN USE,)
And a variety of other popular Patent Medi.
cines, for sale b
Dr. W. JA, DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
A Lot of Paint Boxess
tSMater Colors,) for sale by
DARGAN& (
Feb. 29, 1854. 18
Garden Seed.
A large supply, kept constantly on hand
by
DARGAN & CO.
:Feb. 29, 18 tf
Excelsior Family Starch,
In pound packages, powdered. Also the
highly celebrated Corn.Starch. for sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29 .1854. 18 tf
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Prepared by Rushton, Clark & Co. Also,
cold drawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
by DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 if
Spanish Cigars
AND FINE CHEWING TOBACCO, for sale
by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
A beautiful assortment. Call at Dargan'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, 1854. 18 if
A. C. SQUIER,
I'O. 208 AND 210.
MAN 8T I EET,
COLUMBIA, C C.
Manufacturer an4 .General
DEA LER IN.
FINE AND PLAIN
Pianos, Chairs,
WALL-PAPER, &c. &c. &c
At very low prices for cash. He is constant
ly replenishing his large assortment from his
MA NUFAC'T RY in Columbia, and from
New York. and now offers a greater variety
than usual, esseially so in FANCY AND
j ENAMELED FIURNITURE, Sitting and
Rocking Chairs. &c. &c.
A. 11. CALL & CO.'S S;PERIOR AND
GRE.i'lX IMPROVED PIANOS, at Now
York cash prices. gJ9, All Pianos or Fundi
ture ri'hd by h'nt are warranted fur nue year
or longer. All kind, of Furniture neatly and
promptly repaired.
A large lot of MAHOGANY VENEE $ on
han, wiub.aher Cib-net Mak rtr M-, ;4
great varioty.
WALL-PAPER AND BORDERING, a
large and rich assortment.
$ f uneral,, served at short notice with
Metalic and Wood Coflins.
He would respectfully invites his friends and
tlie public generally to call and examine hi.
stock.
Mirch 15, 1351. 20 ly.
ROBERT A YcNGUE,
COLUMIIyA, S. C.
BEGS leave to call the atten'tion' of hi.
friends and the public to is,
Large and- handsome~Stock
.QF JEWELRY, &c.
In addlition to hi's former stock, he .has just
received a new minui extensive assortment of
COLD and SIlV~ft .WATCHES. Mantel
CLOCKS of every variety.,Silver and Plated
Ware, a large variety ; Militarj and Fancy
Goods ; Guns, Rifles, Sportsman s Aparatus,
Fine Pocket and.Table Cutlery, and a large
assertment of FANCY GOODS. .
H is prices will be found, on examination, to
he as moderate as at any oilher establishment
in the South. TJhankful fur past favors, he so.
laiit a continuance of .thue patironage of his
former friends and customers.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
.Just Received.
L ADIES' Bootits and W'alking Shoes, G i-.
ters, Kid-Ties, &c. Gents' Calf Boots, and
Boottees, Ladies' and Gents. Over Shoes.
Also-A fine assortment of Hlardware, Tin.
Ware, Sadlery, &c.,.
Fanacy Go'ods..
Ladies' Wood and" ioroca Work-Boxes,
P.ulT-Boxes, P'ort-Moniei, Segar-Cases,. Brace
lets, Hlair and Tooth Brushes, Dressing, Tuck,
anid Pocket Combs, &c.
Books, &'c.
Nevels,Poetical Works-and School eBoks,
anid a fine assoriment of Stattonary.
G RLOCE RIEJS. .
-%own, Clarified and Crushed Sugars,
Rio and Java Coffeo, )lasees,.Cheese,
liaisons, Dried Figs ,F'lour, Candle.,
Soap, T'.a, Starch, P'ickles, Sardines,
Ginger Preserves, &c.
Also, a fine asortmnern pf Gooking Utensils,
For sale by 3. T. S(ULOMO)NS & CO.
Mtatch 22th, 1854 21' t
Copartnershipv Notice
Bee WEl h O.'
.HI E und er'qigned, have assaobiatedj them
yqles togothpr, under the, above name
and' tle, tor thQ trananction of all btusi'
neats in the mercantile line and tmay be
found at the old stand of WVm. WVEBB,
where they willI be happy to see and ac
comodate their friends and the public.
g.C. WEBB,
R,e8. WEBB.
far.'1,1854. 20 tf
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
GAITERS, &C,. &(O.
TH E ,Emporium of Fashion and Quality,
whee my b fond'a comlpleteoausortment o
and quality. ..They are fresh goods and are all
warranted to give satisfaction. ..
.- J. T. BRUNSON.
Nea~t dor to R.'C. Webb, & Co.
,.Mar. 2, 1854. 21 tf
FORSALElORTORENT,
THlE subscribpr o0'ers his Farm, having or
It a d welling and eut h ouses amnd te bes wats
In thedistrict, situated a short distance from
the town of Sumtervill., for sale or. to Rent.
B Terms mad~o easy, and - possplon given. a
onco. PER RY MOSES.
May 3, 1t954 27 1f
OJE OFI4dE I8 PREPAIEDTO
AQl rs~Z Jot Wery&
miTj'~ titgas aub UItupatti)
* e he'pt those of our reade'rs wish btN
* k1 tee, in thieline, witl gie ts e a c
MAi. EDITOR : Please announce Col. J.
M. NELSON as a. candidate for Senator for
Claremont County, at the ensuing election,
and oblige .. MANY VOTERS.
February 8th, 1854 . 15 if
0' Watchman please copy.
MR. EDITOR : You will oblige , many
citizens by announcing Col. J. D. BLAND.
ING as a candidate for Representative for
Claremont County, at the next session of
our Legislature.
Feb. 6, 1854 15 tf
' Watchman please copy.
Mr. Editor: The Citizens
cf Clarendon County are desirous that- C. W.
L. REYNOLDS, represent them in the next
Legislature. By announcing him a Candidate.
for that office, you will oblige them.
I& We are authorised to
announce Maj. A. C. SPAIN as a candi
date for Representative from Claremont
County, at the ensuing election.
'eb. 22, 1.. 17 tf
ii" Messrs, Editors: You
will oblige many %otera of Claiemont Elec
tion District by announcing Col. R. L.'t
ROACIIE HER[OT as a candidate for a
seat in the Lower Branch of the Legisla.
ture of the State of South Carolina, at the
ensuing election.
Feb. 22, 1854. 17 if
We the friends of A. R.
BRADHAM Esqr., take pleasure in an
nouncing himt as a candidate for SherifT
of Sumter District, at the next Election.
,1ANY FRIED8.
Mar. 29, 1854. 22 tf
I W6 are auhohse'd20
announce Mr. JAMES E. WITIIER
SPOON, of Salem. a Candidate fIr Rep
resentative for Claremont County at the
ensuing election.
hlarch 8. 185.1 19 tf
A Number of Voters take
ple'asure iii announcing Col. WI I.LIA .\
A. COLCIOUGLHas a candidate for Sher.
iff of Sdrnier District, at the nett election.
March 15, 1854. 20 tf.
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. T. 0..FuIERSoy as a Candidate for
Sheriff,,gf Sumter Dhatrict at the ensuing
election.
Aug. 21, 1853.
Mr. Editor :--You will
oblige a number of the , voters of Sumter
District, by anno;uncing .4h - your columns
the name of Major JWIr BrALLARtn, as a
Candisdate for Ordinary at the ensuing
electigu.
Aug. 13, 1853. 42 tf
FOR TAX COLLKCTOR.
MR. Eor :-Please announce Mr.
ROBERT W. DURANT, a, canddate
for Tax-Collector of Salemn County, at the
next election,. gnd oblige ...
January 14, 1852 13-.tf
*~seThe friends of Capt,
P.M. GIBBONS announce him a candi
date fer .thq. ofie,of Tiax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing electidhl and
oblica Many VQ-rVas.
October i's1.
PQ0R O R N AR Y.
plfase .arnounce. WILLIAM II. BRUN
SOh4 a,. a candidate for the Offic~e of Ordi
nary' oi' Sutrn~er District, at the ensuing
election.
. NY VOTE*eS.
A pril 27t h, 185'2 27-tf
F.O .C LERK.
OcT We are authorized to
announce T. .1. DINKINS, Eaq.,.a Candidate
for Clerk of the Court, at the eniuing election.
MA NY VOTERS.
Api-il16th 1851 25 if
O1r iJr. ESlltr: 1 lea gean
nounce Mr. J. J. McL(E LLAIR, a. Candi,
date for Clerk of the Coijrt, for Sumter
District, and oblige MANY VOT~R.s
A pril 13, 1852.2-t
M.-EITO~:-MANY FRIENDS
of WV. J. N. IAMME-r are desirous of put.
ting him in nomination for the Oflice of
Clerk of the Court of Sumter District, at
the ensuing election.
Ma y 24, 1853. :30--tf
S We af altdi
tc/annouince A. E. P~OOL as as can~didate
for .Sheriff of Sumter District..at the enen.
ingr election.
December 21, 18.52 6.--.tf
Mr. Editor:-4lessie ah
tiorice JOHEN N. M'cIE.OD a candidate
for )iheriff of Sumter District, and ob
lige .. .- ... r.. MiANY FaRNDs.
June 2I~th, 1853. .-. - -.5-t
. III, be gi~en'for the apprehesaion arM d..
hvery to--.ihe Master of enther Workh-.,ue in
Charleston, or any jail in the State, o( ISA AC,
somies called John Brown, whoe, without
any knowu cause, left the James Hill Planta
tion on the 20th of October last.. Said felloj'
is 5 feet 8 inches in height, ra tee complexion,
smart, Iitelgont spoken, and. is a Carpenter by
trade ; and when last heard of was In the .loyeir
country, on MtcCord's pl5'.:tation. Fifty dollars,
ia addition to the abov.s reward, will 1b pal8
upon proof to con viett'.,n of him being barbord
or employed by a wl.'ite or clrdpr
Apl to 3. '4 3. D. KiRK lAT&CH.
Mrh29th, 1858 22 tf.
of Tie Notlics
T~eSu'scriber, wife of' llabort Croghan
ofSumte.rville, Shop-keeper, hereby givea
notico '.hal at the ediration of pse~mopth
from.f'.rst publicatior9 of this advertisement,
it is hier intention to'trade asi a sole trader.
M'ARY OROGH1AN.
TFebruar~y 28, 18541 18 tf
ihg scheeQl opena to-day, the 3rdI of May a
the '1ewn Hall, at 4 o'clock for young
Ladies and' M'asters, at 8 o'clock for G'en.
tlemeon, tho tnime subject to be changed if
it' dhos not suit.
For-patrticulars apply at China's Hotel.
May 3, 1854, 27 if.
Yara and Osnaburge,
TH E suberiber,'Agent for the DeltbliMa
(scuery, oer hi qd a anhtrr
- Ma3'1954; if
[he Renowned KcRniy f
9 J'M
Holloway's Qintmeni.
.The extraordinary.. Unguent is .composed tA
the most healing Balsams, and when u..ed in
accordance -with -the directions which acc..:n
pany each-pot, will assure cures whenall othor.
means Jail. Cases of the muse desperate Skill
diseases readily yield to its efliracy. it. In .
mous whun used in -cascs-of-Godt; Rhoum:
tism, Contracted or StiffJoinits. ta Asthrsa. :
will do wonders if well rubbed into tw.Chi,.
A MO'ST ASTONISIIJNO CURE'OF' SCROFULUI(S.
ULCERS,-A CASE CERTIFIED BY TIE MAYOaR
OF BOSTON, P3'OT*AND.
Copy of a Letter from J. '% Esq., Mayor o!
Boston, Lincolaairc.
TO RQF.SSoR HOLOWAY, . . - I .
Lear Sir,--Mrs. Sarah Dixon-of Liquorpond
Sreet, Boston, has this.day deposed beiure im:
that for a considerable period she was severely
afflicted with Scrufulouts Sres and Ulcers in
her arms,. feet, ligs, and other parts of her
body: and althot:gh the firstof medical asvice
was obtained, ut the-ck't of a larg e sum of
money, she obtained no abatement or suffering,
but gradually grew wursp. .
Biing recommended by a friend to try your
Ointment, she procured a snmall- put, and a bor
of the Pills, and before that was all useJ,.=yiu
toms of amendm.nt appeare.l. By perseveri..
with the Inedicines for a short time longer, ..
cording to the directions, and strictly aunerin:
to your rules as to diet, &c., llse was perie. t.;v
cured, and now enjoys the bestof healta.
I rentat Dear Sir, yours truly.
- ..,(Signed) *. J. ttUBLE.
Dated August lath, 1853. - - -.
AN EXTRAORDINARY AND RAPID CURE or.
ERYSIPELAS IN TilE LEG, AF'ht- MEDICAL AID
- HAD FAILED.. - .
Copy of a Letter Jrom Mrs. Elizabeth .Yeates
of the P'ost OJice, Aldwk Road, near BLognor,
Susse.c, dared Jan. 1:2th, 1853.
TO PROFEssoR uO:.owAy, .. .1.
Sir,--l sull'ered fur a considerabto perio(
from a severe attack of Erysipelas. which e.;
lengti.settled in my leg, nnd resisted all nwe.li
cal treatlment. StMy sutleringe were very gr ....
and I quitte despaired of any permanent awnen....
ment, wlen I Was advised to have recourse ..
your OintmenI and Pills. -Idid so without de
lay, aid un happy t, ray the, repult.was enmi..
nently successful, for they efructed pradical
cure of my leg and resworesi uie to tire enjoy
ment of hetaith. I shall ever speak with in:
utmost confidence of your medicines, and u . ~
recommended theme to others in this neig .z
hood.eimilarly afllicted, who derived eq
benefit.
In, Sir, your obliged and .faithful Serva..
(signed) ELiZABETji y EATES.
'Ihe Pill, should be used conjointly with the
Ointment in muost of the fulluaing eaea :
Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Burns, Bunions,
Bite of llloschetes and San-Flies, Coco-bay,
Chiego foot, Chilblains, Chapped hands, :orna
(Soft,). Cancers, Contracted and Stiff Joints,
Eleplantissi, Fistulas, Gout, Glandular Swel
lings,' Lumbago, Piles, Rheumatism, Scaldsu
Sore N ipples, Sore-throats, Skin-daseases, Scur
vy, Sore-heads, Tumours, Ulcers, Woutwas,
Yaws.
**5OLD AT TEE ESTAS.ISIXMNRtT OF rao
FROsoR aHOLLOWAY, 24, STIAND, (near Tin
rLE eva,) LuN oN,,and a'so at h s HOUSE IN
NEW Yoaxc. ORDER. for Mediciz e ill the
osases,-adoressed T1. HoLLrOWAY, Niw Yong,
will receIve tdue attention.' .'m Id alsor by all
respeclable Druggists and Dealer. in Medicenos
throughnout the United States, in~ Pots, at 37 1-?g
cents. 5, cents, and S1. 5id cents each. To hu
bad Wholesale at thu principal [rug ifouses ii
. i? There is a Gonsiderable saving by tak-.
mng the larger- siges7
N. B.-iirections for theguidance of patients
in every disorder are affixe to each Pot.
For sale by
P. M. COHEN & Co.,
Chlarleston.
March 5th, 1351 23 ly.
DfIb 0. HK MVIOT,
.COLTsm3a~s.-c.
NEA R THE COUA T H OUSE.
. k~LEk1 IN
Drugs', ledicimes, Chemi-.
cals, Perfuimery and Fabby.
SEETDArticles. .
SELETEDEXPMSSLY FOR THIS
MARKET..
March 15, 1851. 2d iy.
De aler ih. Grberie's, Iai'd
ware and Dry Goods,
252, RICHARDSON STR E ET,
and corner .gf Garuojs' Stre:,
.COLUMBIA, S. C.
March 15, I85I- 20 ly.
TIE "WL VI~ TON
I0E H0LE" .
hav.no open. Tho' Putblle may deped upn
ha n TheIr wants supplied, at LLSE~A
.ON of the yer, onzeasonable tarnae.
Ic-e ordered frm the country will .be wpU
pa-aked snd prompty. .forwardd -at aill timos.
All order for Ie must be addressed to WIL
MINGTi ICE HOUJSE.'t-..
. TR MS CASH, which will be strict
lya eored lo:in all cases.
Dspouite may be made by persona ordering
K ONEiiENTPFIR (JND.
Extra charge for pack~a ~ ifiyg, .
A.MN.VAVN bOKHELEW,
Proprietor.
A pril 5th, 1851 23 Gm.
VOWN 1. 1AR't.
G.LITTlLE. 3 D. SCOTT.' C, E. JACKSON.
No-199 KINGST I'?EET,
Next door to Victorir Hotel.
CH ARLESTOI' S. C.
Aiwas on hiand-A large and Fashionable'
Ready-MIad~e Cloihingy
AT rTE LOW.KT POS61
SHIRTS, HO081 ERY,, 11MDR &lELSde.&c
A ROIDE,
Deal'er itt Pi'ovisions, Fkg'
EACON, GRO6tMRIES
L!QUORS, OlGA RS, TOBA E~
.ALSO~
?lbatration Supplies an~
-- -C011N T RtPRVbUC E.
'TEA, aOLASSES,' CHIDEE, &e
194, Rijchardow Streed,
.. oo0tgvdimg s. o.
lmaeb.lA 31e4. '-'0

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