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bheriff's Sales,
B virtue of sundry Executions to me
directed, will he s:old, at Sumter Court
House, on the 1st Monday .dnd 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:
g1llot and buildings in Sumterville ad
joining lands of and where defendant lives,
levied upou as the property of '. J. Dink
ins, at the suit or W. S. Boyd.
I lot and buildings in Suiterville 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. Pruglo at the
suit of Willey Banks & Co.
1 tract of land in Clarendon adjoining
lands of J. McKeller, I. Ridgill et. al.
levied upon as the property of J. L. Rhatne,
at the suit of F. M1. Stukes.
I lot and buildings in Suinterville ad
joining lot ol John S. Richardson Jr., and
where B. F. Brogdou lives levied upon as
the property of J. B. N. llatmet at the
suits of L. B. IIinks, U. It. Leak adnin'r,
2 cases et. al. To be sold at the risk of
the former purchase.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
T. J. Dinkins, at the suit of \Vim. 8. Boyd.
i negro levied upon as the property of
E. D. Pringle at the suit of Burckmyre &
IB:uly 4 cases and Saml. E "owden.
1 negro levied upon ai'the property of
C. Brunson at suit 01 David R.tgin.
I Mule levied upon as the property of
Nap. McLeod at the suit of Jos. McIntosh
2 cases.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
Theo. K. Berry at the suit of 'Ihos. H.
O'uteen.
Buggy and Harness levie'd upon as the
property of J. J. Tindall at the suit of Jo.
W Kelly.
1 negro levied upon as the property of
C. W. Lessesne at the suit of N. Grane,
I negro levied upon as the property of
J. F. June at the suit of E. Barnes and II.
l1. Lessesne.
I neigro levied upon as the property of
Jas. McCauly at the suit of 11. I. Less.
cane.
I negro levied upon as the property of
Thos. Garrett at the suit of ilacs &
Jones.
I Horse levied upon as the prnprirty of
Jno. McCall at the suit of C. C. Timunes.
1 mule levied uuon as the property of
N. H. Johnson at the suit of J. P Jarue.
1 mule levied upon as the property of
J. W. Ridgew.ty at the suit of V. F. B.
Ilaynsworth Commissioner.
' Horses levied upon as the property of
R. W. Andrews at the suit of saml. Brad
ley.
JOl 1N C. R IAM E, S. S. D.
May 24, 185t.
100,000 GIFTS
For The People.
JOSIAII PERIIAM submits to the People of
the United ,tales, him THIRD
MONSTER GIrl' ENTEIlPItISE,
In cunnectton with the exhibitions of his
Magnificienit and Imnense
MIIIOR OF NORTH
& SMUTk AMERICA,
AT ACADEMY HALL,e63
Broad way, New. Yok.
100,000 TICKE3T ONLY,
AT $1 EAOH,
Will be sold Eachr pirchaser of a Ticket for
THE ADMISSION OF FOUR PERtsONS
To thu Exhibition, will be pre.sented with a
One. El are in the fo'llowving li0t.,000 iGilt:
A FARM, h~cated in ?iarrison Tlownship,
Gloucester Co., New Jersey, and withiun I5
mIles oT Philade phia. t embraces uover 100
acres of Land, in a high si e of cultivaiionu,
w-ith Dwelling. Jlarns,aind oither necessary Out
House-s, in good repair. Thecre is a large COr
chard of choice Fruits. Title indi,.putable.
Valuedl at $16,000 (Any informuuiion in retardl
t'o the Farm cans b~ecbtained of HIELAN ft E0.
FIED, tenant on the premises.)
A perpetual loan without security or interest,
"' " 2.000
i6a "10000
2 " " " "$500 en. 1,000
10 " " " "100 " 1,000
The Celebrated Trotting Mare, " Lil-y
Dale." who can trot, in harness, a mile in
2.40 valued at ,0
5 Rosewood PIanos, valucd at $500eachm, 2,5t0
5 " " " 300 " 1,500
(A portidx of the Piano. are T1. Gilbert &
Co's Celebrated AMotians. O'ters of H~alleti,
Davis & Co's Spienadidl Instruments.)
The Splendid Series df Paintings knowni a
the "Mirror of New Entglaind and Canadian
Scenery," and now realing a handsome in
come by Exhibition)s in the East valued
at..-...-..-...-.... ..22000
3 Light and Beau tiful Carriages, $S5'ea., 675
J0 GoTd Watc'hes, 100 " 1,000
". S5 " 2,000
1 " Pens and Cases S " 509)
5,d00 " Pencils' . 3 " 15,000
94,819 Piec'es ofChoi'ce, Popular andt
Fashion~able Mfuic,2~ eus. ea-c,23.705
100,000 Gifts, Valued at $U6,330
ONE GIFT FOR EVERY TICK(ET.
In order to insure to all conscerned a perfectly
fair and satisfactory dis po'iition of the ab)ove
named Gifts Mr. PE~ItI 113! propoeis that the
Shoreholderu shall meet together
OiETUvaSDaV EvrsNIa, Jess 22ii, 1851,
(d~r bog'ncr, if all the Tickets are sold-dise no
ice of which will be given,) at somse suitable
place, here'after to be designated, and appoint a
COMMITT'EE OE FIVE PERSONS, to re
ceive the propirty, wvhich they may dispose of
in such ,matmner-by lot or otherwise-as the
bharehiolders, for the. faithful performance of
the duties required of them.
Shareholders residing out of the city of Ne w
~\:York,* will stand upon the same footing as resi.
'2'dent, and whilever miay fall to their shares
will be forwarded to them in such manner as
th may direci, after the partition has taken
ggAll orders for Tickets, by mail, should
be addressee to JOSIAH PER!IAM M,ACAD)E
NY HALL, 663BIROA- W'AY, NEW YORK.
If it should happen that all the Tickets are sold
when thu orde.r is received, the moiney will be
retturned, at otil expense for pstage. Corres.
pondents will please write distitteitly their name,
residence, County and Wrtate. teprevent errors.
Or, If eouvenient, enclose an mnvelopn, with
their direeiionsu on it in full--in which, such
Tickets as they'miy'ordor will be returned.
Mlay 24, lb54 3b .l
50 Coumit Hamsr
JUST1 received and for sale by
J. T. SOLO3I!ONS'& CO.
May 17, 1854 29 if
ifAYNSWORTII &iMEN;
M- IHAYN6WORTH. JollN T. OREIEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUMTER RVLLE, S. C.
W~Ibb practice in Susuter and the ad.
jtiiig Diustricts.
Februar y 15tm, 161 . .' 26 if
UEIF best and late.st Editions of School
B~ ok, of all kinds in gerteral use, to be
htdi at DUTLJER & NEWBERY'8.
.lareb 15'h, -185M 20 t f.
?AYILION HOTEL,
I. L. aSUT.1ERV EL D,
Executive Department.
to
Co.uharA 3d May, 1854
W IIERE.48 information has reached
this Departnent that on the night of
the 28th of February last a murder was
commi ited in Darlington district, upon the
body of a slave named Peter, the property
of L. A. Williamson, by a gun-shot would
inflicted by Win. L. Williamson, who hao
fled from justice.
Now to the intent that the said Wm. L.
Williamson maty be apprehended and
brought to trial and condign punishment, I
hereby ofyer 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 formed, sandy hair, red complexion,
gentlemanly in deportment, and suposed
to be tiurty-ftour years old.
Given under my hand and seal of the
State, at Columbia, this third day of
May A. D. 1854.
JOHN L. MANNING.
Bars) PERRy, Secretory of State,
May 10, 185:3. 28 4t
So. Carolina---Sumter Dist.
B11 W. LE WIS, Esqr., Ordinary fur said
District.
Whercas, T. L. Burgess, bath applied
to me ror letters of Administration. on all
and singular the goods and chattles, rights
and credits of the late Thomas Burges",
of the said District, deceased.
These are. therefore to cite and adinon.
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 House o n Friday the 26th
day of May inst., to show cause, if any,
why the said administration should not be
granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 16th
day of May in the year of our Lord
(L. s.] one thousond eilet hundred and
fifty-four, and in the 78th year of
American Independence.
\V. LE WIS, O. C. D.
May 16, . 154. 27-2t
Home Industry.
- -- TilE Subscribcr takes this
. method of intorming his friends
and the public, that he has recently enlarged
his
Carriage Shop,
and procured tim services of several good work
men, and is now ready to build Vehicles of any
description at the shortest notice. lie promises
to repair with neatness and despatch and sat
isfy all those who may favor hint with patron
aUp, in cheapness &c.
R. G,. POTT31.
IvNCiiDURG, S. C., May 10, 1851. 28-tf
ICE! ICE! 1CE!
kI E CO.UMBIA ICE HOUSE has been
,.. enir-ly rebuilt, so as to be capable of
holding several thousand tons of iCE. anti is
now opened for the -:c-son Every facility wil
he aflored to persons living at a distamnce to
siiaply th'm regularly. It will be sent tiffoevery
mornriing. if desirnble, by rail roau, passenger or
freighttrain; sind thie railro~ad agents have kind
ly bilered to give avery facility mr its transnor
inn. We~ will ailwart have a man at'the
biferenit depts to receivo retu.aed la~nkets,
boxes, &-c.
Cost of ice two ~eents per pound ; drayage,
boxes and parking 37 cents ; charges on railroad
w ill be froma 25 to 50 cent'. per 100 poimed.
IIOAT1W Ill'IT & i~iltlKULOO,
i'roprietors.
N. II. fliankets are a very convenient moel
of transporting ice. [Blainkets n ill be furnished
at cost.
May 10, 18541 28 t f
Tilb OYGNEST PRICES GIV EN.
TIlE uhwermiers are paying time hvtgh.
est price for Cotton antd Linen R-igs ; per
'"ins having them for sale, will find it to
their adlvantaffe to addlress ,
WALKER,WILIA1MS & CO.
AI;I~T ~oRTHE Charlrston, S. C.
South -carolina Paper Manufacturi-ig
C~omptiny.
May 10, 18r51. 28 6t.
E R OWPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
F' I NG, .Mu7 s'ImEI T,
Five Dooss above Wentwortlh,
C HIAR L E STION, S. (C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 6'm.
Notice.
The subscriber having completed his ar
rangements for malling Sash, Blinds andi Pan
nell Doors begs leave to inform his friend., and
thp public, thitt he is prepared to furnish at
short nottee, Sash of all ,izeu primed and glazed.
Blinds to ,it any sue witdows, painted or not,
and Panr ell Doors of asty size or make, a por
tiein of publ ic patronageo is respect fully solicited.
hlis wonrk is all dons by hand arid out of good
season innte-rial.
500 iights of 8:... 10 Saqh ready for delivery,
to suit windows of 12, 15, or 18 ht. .
Sumteraie, A pril 12, 181-1. 24 tf
NEW GOD.
The snbecribers are now in receipt of
'heir SPRtING A N! SUMMER STOCK,
consist ing of every variety of Gents' and
Ladies' dress goods. Groceries, liard
ware &c., which they are prepared to sell
as cheap as this market can afford. Please
call and examine for yourselves.
. R. C. WEBB & CO.
A pr.. b, 1854. 23. tf.
LB.of choice country cured
BACON, and 50 b.No. 1,
LE'AF LARI). for sale low for cash only,
by flUTLOR & NEWVBERY.
March I5th. 18'M 20 if.
Country l lama, andi Shoulder.,
Pickled Beef andi Tongues
Gotthen Bittter, Ril:e, idur &h..
M ixed Pick les, in pts, qtu. and 1-2 gala.
dlives, Cepers &c
Candies, Raisons'&e
Raisons 100-Boxes at a Dollar per Bo'x
PERRY MOSES
A pr., 6. 1854.' __ 23 t f.
T1he Subscriber
OFFERS for tealo his plantation' in sbo Fork
of Black iver oontaining'
Fitneest HundredAcrss
of Land ; tsawo h'$dwad anid fifty acres olcared
.sad wrdl fasood.**
I~aKA ~ JAI H. )&ELOt
PROSPECTUS
OF THE
SOUTH CAROLINA
TEMPERANCE STANDARD.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully
announce to the friends of Temperance general.
ly that they intend to commence the publica.
non of a Tenperance Paper, about the 15th of
June next, provided a sufficient number of Stub.
scribers can be obtained to warrant the under.
taking.
It will be printed upon substantial paper of
Imperial size, and will contain 21 columns of
mutter. It will be denominated the South
Carolina Temperance Standard." and will be
published every two weeks, at the price of Ote
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 of
Temperance; and particularly the Legislative
Prohibition of the 'T'rallc in Intoxicating
Drinks ; and to prepare the nasses of the puo
ple of our State, for the enucttnuit of such a
aw, by convincing them of its expediency
and nece,-sity.
We will endeavor to make it a welcome vis
it-r in every family. Nothing will be admit.
ted into its columns of a worthless and immoral
tendency.
A striot neutrality will be maintained on all
subjects of a political and religinum sectarian
character. No sub.cription witi 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 ratase
We would respectfully apal'toIll friends
of Temperance and Morality 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 enmerprise, 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 caper
must be po~t paid, and addressed to the a southa
Carolina Temperance Standard," Lexington
C. IH, S. C.
S. E. CAUGHMAN, EDTRS AND
J. R. BREARE, PROPRIETORS,
S. CORLEY,
May 1, 1854.
As ANDERSON,
Satanterville, S. C.
Respectfully informs the people of Sum.
ter District thant he has just receive.j and
now offers for sale thq be.e. selected and
most choice stock of
Spring and Sumnmer
Goods,
Tat enniot be surpassed by anything in this
market. lIe has received many new styles
which purchasers would do well to examine be
fore boying elsewhere.
BROADCLOTHlS, CASSIMERES AND
VESTING S.
ALSO
A full and large supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Hand
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
-ALSO
A large assortment of REAI)Y MADE CLO
'TIIING, which will be sold low.
EV' Garments mannfactuiod by the subsecri.
her, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or
dae from a distance promptly attended to.
A. ANDERSON.
April 5th. 1854 if
Notice.
JUST received and opening a fine stt'ik of
the most fashionable and t.atest Styles of
Spring and Summer GodorJ. Coisisting in
part of. the fi Ilowing aratle<.
Blk. & Ianoy. - " Cloths.
"f & ' "Cassimeros.
Spring & Summer Tweeds
13l.. White & Fancy Silk Vestings.
" " barsailles "
" " "Linen Drills
B11k. White & Fancey Silk Crtvats.
I.inen & Cambric
Silk & " Ilandk'fs,
Gla.'en,.,Suri,, & Drawers
Lineni B3*,m Shairta' in-l Collars
Silk & Merinao un-ler Shirts.
Bik. Silk "Ilats
Panama & fancy flats.
Clothin g.
Bi1k. and Fancy Cloth Coats and Sacks.
" " "Tweed " " "
" " "Alpaca " " "
Silk, Grass and Linen" "
Drap d'ete" "
Bi1k, and Fancy Cassimero Pants,
Drap d'ets and Tweeds,
Wi~te anal Fancy Linen"
Blk. White, andi fancy Silk Vests
Blombazine andl Line~n
. What anid fanicy illartaniles,
All of which we invite our friends and the
public generally to call and examine.
We are also prepareud to make to order, any
articles in the'l ailernng line, as neat and Cheap
as can be done in the State on the same terms.
WINN & CLARKSON.
A pril 12, 1851. 21 tf
. at00 Rewards
Runaway from my Brotnier Ilenry Eell.
aPeters'field Pee [Dee River, my Ne
gro Fellow Cyrusa. lie iis between twetn
ay-five and thirty years of age., bright cop.
per comaplex ion-high cheek bones, tipper
Front teet h alightly dleepyed in front. Hen
isi about & Feet 10 to 11is cheaf pigh, he
pre.'scs to be a commorni Carpe..ter; andl
wa .:a the habit of wvorking about Stmter
vyile, and is' brobkhly lurking aboait here
now, or- at Columbhia, where his mother
ist. I'will'give onme hundred dollars reward
for h'is delivery to tme in Conwayboro, or
Pdlty Dollara for his conafinemtent in any
Jail in the State so I can get ham. H
forinerly belonged t6 M.-Mc Leod of Suni
ter District.
zGNi. BELt
.Conwayboro S. C.
A pril 2,1854 26 .lri
Order No: 116.
Nhaid Quartera 44th ieginmenat S. C. Nu.
.Ohilford, Say 1st 1854.
A court.Martial tas hereby ordered toen
ven't at'I'irnmona Trov/n on Friday thme 26th
of May next all ), g'Alac~k.A.- M. to try all
thle defaultors in the 44th Regiment 8. C.
Infantry..
Commat~mdants of eompanies will have all
tho' defaultdra of their resoective Beats
sutihnmned in' 4ue .tinlo to the court, and
furnsh ovidonte of the6 fact prdperly Swdrua
to. .
By order of
. Col. MEII.TT,
.,W. T. WYLDERI Aut'j.
4l4th IRegimont 5, C. Militia.
May 10, 1854 28 t
Watchman copy.
CROCKERY AND'
GLASSWAR td.
CHINA and Granitte Tia's,
.Granitte Dinner and Bheakfast Plates,
Steak li t-bes Butter Dishes, Soup Bowls,
Custard S tandmsFr~ats Stands,
Flower Vases, China and Class Candlesticks,
Preserve Dasahes, Decenters, Tumblers,
Winto Glasses,
Glass Pitchers, and a number of other articles
just received and far isal. by
T. J. sQr,0MfONS & CO.
lifarekh 22th, 1853 .. 21 ,tf.
-0s T. MASON.
WATfil-MAlfi &~JEW'ELER.
18 prepared to do all manner of worlk irl hi
line', 'avjh neetne.s aht despaich. Ilis trm
are. Casa. Hei is stal at hus lki stad jui
At Bishopville.
T H E Subscribers 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, Lace, Colla r, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Boots & Shoes.
Ladies fashionable Silk and Straw Bon
nets. .1 1
Getnt lemen's fashionable IATl--Pana
ma, Leghorn, and P. L. Do.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Carriage Hnrdtvare and Trimmings
Iron, Nails, Hollow-ware, Saddles, Bridles
Martingales and Collars, &c., &c., &c.
Also, a full supply of
GROCER IES.
All of which will he sold low for cash
or to punctual customers on time.
Thankful for past favors, we respect.
fully asks a contion:ance of patrapage
promising on our part to use every exer
tion to satisfy our cu-tnmners in pr' s.
R.OGERS & SPE 'E R.
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
DRES GOODSU.
Challhea and Berege 1eLAuneq,
Plain colored Bereges, printed de.
Printed and plain Jaconet Muslins,
Poplin and Linen Lustres, in dress
patterns, Ginghams,
Black and col'd Silks, Marcelain Silks
Dotted & Plain Swiss Muslins, Mull
Muslins,
Fine Embroidered collars, Chemi.
settes. Infants Vaists &c.
Alexander's Kid Gloves, Lisle Thread
Gloves &.c.
At low and uniform prices.
L. II. HANKS.
OSNABURGS, Plain Striped
Blue Denim, Tickings &c.
Bleached and Brown Shirting 9 1.4,.
101-4, and 111-4.
Linen Table cloths, Diapers &c.
Long Cloths of all qualities.
Fronting Lint ns, Pillow-case Libena.
by L. B. HANKS.
EATABLES, Figs, Prunes, Raisins,
Preserves, Candies, Nuts &c. &c.
L. B. IIANKS.
Almost anything else to he called for
For sale by L. B HANKS.
April 5, 1554. 23 tf
Notice.
TIIE subcrile are now receiving their
stock of Spring and Sumner goods, which have
been selected n ith gnat care, and tot fail
to gin s satislaction.in style, ntality, > prices.
Our stock eompsses all article,,s tick the
wan's and taste of the corninunity demand, and
wesolicit a call from our friom4i and he pub.
li, bef,rc carling ctmewhere-ar-wer emany
new styles which ciunot fail to please.
TINDAL, W ATuN 4- CO.
Mfar. 29, 183'1: 22 . tf
Just Received,
A Fresh aupply of P R IN AM) DSUJM~fE R
GOODS, embiracing any thing and EVERY
thing, selcted by the .subscrib~er himself
whose long. experienco and kinowledige ofr the
Ropes, maftes it no presumpmion, in him to .a'y,
that some of them are cheape.r goodsu than haxe
ever been brnught to this market.
Brown llomesputit 25 vards to the dollar.
Gentlemen',. Iloskin '.foves 75 cms. a pair.
Bleautiful colored Mluslin at 12 1.2 .ts, per
yatr I.- Freneh tjrillings 10 et,. a yard, a fine
assortment of Fancy Goods that must and should
be sold.
Grocerk~s, Ceockery, liard ware, Ihats, and
Honnets, Ifadie, Gents, and Youths shoe. and
Gaiters, fine . na! common. To enumerate
would he too tedious, tbut come and soo and I
will wvarrant you entijsfaction, b oth in style, and
prices P'ltRY M106ES.
April 5th, 1851 23 tf
New Store' and New
Goods.
DESNOMDEhICIES. h
this village, and has now opened a large and
well assorted smock
of Fresi a 3a(d Select Drugs anad
MIedit..es, witia Painats, OiI,
Dye-Stats fw, Wiuadowv Glnas, Var
ushles,..erfnasery, Pateat Me
dicse&. &c. All of which are
of thme bcut quality, and wilt he ,sJbi on accomc
dlatmng term,.' A share of dhe public patronage
is soheated.
W. G. L. ICE, M. D.
Dec. 28 1853. 9-tr.
1DA(UERREOTYPES,
iR. L[A FA R has just receivead from
Caeston a ne w andi beautiful collec
ti'on of 1"ancy Cases, Medallioni,.~ironch
es, etc, which Ite would offer to the .piople
of .8,umterville anel vicinity, and ~ repect
fully .roquests them to call and exa~mine
for themnselves. lie is thankful for the
kind favors whiah'have already iein con.
fered,.andl would earnestly' solicit a contin
utton or ..tho sae. Rooms up stairs
nexts to the Sumter Banner Office.
Mfarch 22th 1851 21 tf.
Td Arrive,
,DRIl-FTGS,- RASINS, CANDYY,
PICKLES. GJNGEAR-PRESERVES.
CI.IEESE, BOTT LED CIDER, PORT.
ER, &C.
Barag~e DeLains, I rintce'd Jacon'ets, French
Cambrickz.-Fino atisortment of Ging-.
hams, black and colored, and Embroidered
Goods, &c. &c.
3. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
March 8th, 1854. 19 tf
COPARTNERSHiP'NOTICE.
WMIN &d CILTlKSONa~
themselves tdgumther, under the abovo name and
style for the transaction,of all busines in the
CLOTHIING, and MERCILA NT TrAILOR8'
line, and may be founa at the Corner store
formerly ococupiedl by Clark 4 Bro., wlere they
will be happy to accommodate their friends
and the public generally.
D. .1. WINN,
8. 1. W. CLAldtfON.
S1arch 13, 1854. 21 tf
'10arrive by thte next Train, a choie
lot of Groceries from Baltimore, s*uch
ag.Clarified an'd Coffe~e Sugars,'superlor
Rio arid Java Coffee, No. 1. Mackerel in
bougla low from, .
BUTIRJ~& NE~WIERY,
Marth .mhJ 16 'JOi
Dr W. Jas.Dargan & Cos
R ETAIL DEALERS in Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, Oils, Dye StufFs, Pa
tent Medicines, Window Glass, Perfumory,
Fancy Articles, and a variety of other articles
usually kept in Drug Stores.
JNO. W. DAtOAN, W. JAS. DARGAN,M. D.
F' 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 by
Dr. W. JA DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
A Lot of Paint Boxes,
tWater Colors,) for sale by
DARGAN & ft
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,
Preparrd by Rushton, Clark & Co. Also,
cold drr.wn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
by DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
Spanish Cigars
AND FINE CHEWING TOBACCO, for sale
by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 t f
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
A beautifnl assortment. Call at )argan'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
Ar C. SQIIER,
Nb. 208 AND 210.
M A,j;N SI't E ET,
COLUMBIA, . C.
Manufacturer an4 General
DEALER IN .
FINE AND PLAIN
Pianos, Chairs,
WALL-PAPER, &c. &c. &c
At very low prices for cash. le in constant
ly replenishing his large assortment from his
MANUFACTORY in Columbia, and frm
New York. and now ofl'erd a greater variety
than usual, eslecially so in FANCY AND
ENAMELED FUlRNITURE, Sitting and
Rocking Chair-. &c. &c.
A. II. GAILlE & CO.'S SUPERIOR AND
GREATLY 131'ROVED PIANOS, at New
York cash prices. E?r All Pianos or Furni
ture hoId by hin are warranted !or ou: year
or longer. All kinds of Furniture neatly and
promptly repaired.
A larye let of MAHOGANY VENEERS on
lan.i, wilub other Cabinet bakac iatagI.Mein
great variety.
WALL-PAPER AND BORDERING, a
large and rich assortment.
8.7 Funterals served at short notice with
Metalic andl Wood Cofllis.
He wouldI respect fully invites his frienmds and
Lfio public generally to call arnd examine his
itock.
Mlrch 15, 1351. 20 Zy.
RO'BERT A.. YONGUE,
C~OLUMIIIA, S. C.
BL:GS Ieave to call 12m atten'tion' of his
friends and thec public to his
Large and- handsoma'Stock
In adionhi' frmersock, he ha jst
rBOLD and SIIX~ft .WATCHES, Mantel
CLOCKS of evecry variety , Milver and Platedl
Ware, a large variety M ilitary and Fancny
G~oods ; Guns, Rifles, Sportsman's Apparatus,
Fine Pocket and Table Cutlery, and a large
usertment of FA NCY GOODS.
His prices will be found, (In examination, to
be as moderate as at any oilier establishment
in the South. Thankful fur past favors, he so
lisa continuance of .the patronage of his
former friends and customers.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
.Just Receivedt
LADIES' Roottees and W.alking Shoes, G ai
ters. Kid-Ties, &c. Gents' Calf Boots, and
Blootiees, Ladies' and Gents, Over Shoes.
Also-A fine Assst'rtmnent of Hardware, Tin
Ware, Sadlery, &c., .
Fanacy Goods..
L~adies' Wood an.' 5oroca Work-Boxes,
Pull-HIoxes, P'ort-Monje&, Segar-Cmases, Brace
!leta, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Dressing, Tuck,
anid Pocket Comhs, &c..
Novels,,Puetical Works and School Books,
atnd a fine asortment of Stationary.
G RtOC.E1 RES.
Brown, Clarified and Crushed Sugars,
Rio and Java Cof~ee, 'Uolasses,.Cheese,
liaisons, Dried Figs ,Floumr, Candlles,
soap, Tea, Siarch, P'iekles, Sardines,
Ginger Preserves, &c.
Also, a fine assortmen$ jof Gooking Utensils,
Fur sale by J. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
MIatch 22th, 1854 2[ tf
Copartnership- Notice
i11k er WkBB'& GO.'
T IE undersigned, have associatetd them
,aqlves togother, under the. above name
and etvie, for the transaction of all busi
ne. in the, mercantile line and may be
foiud at the oldl stand of WVm. WEBB,
wvhere the'y willI be happy to see and aic
comodate their friends and thme public.
R. 6, WEBB,
15, '851. R, 8. WEBB.
M~.5'15. 20 tf
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
GAITERS, &C,, &C.
T HlE ,Emporium of Fashioit and Quality,
wvhe may be founsd' a complete assortment of
Ladies' Mens' Boys' Mimises and Childrens'
Boots, Shoes, Ghiters, &c., of almost every style
and quality. . They are fresh goods and are all
warransted to givo satisfaction...
J. T. BRUNSON.
Next door to R. C. Webb, & Co.
..Mar. 22, 1854. 21 tf
FOR SA LE OR TO RENT.
THlEsubscriber offers his Farm, having on
it a dwelling and out h ouses and the beat wotter
in the district, .ituated a short distance frong
the town of Sumterville, for sale or. to Rent.'
Terms moado easy, and pseesuion given at
once. P ERRY MSEB
May 3. 1851 27 t
0tE OFIIE 18 PREPAitEDF0
AR Ql&~sesmi Job Won
We he'pe those of our readers wish jng
taubiattf.
Mn. EDITORn: Please announce Col. J.
M. NELSON as a candidate for Senator for
Claremont County, at the ensuing election,
and oblige . MANY VoT as.
February 8th, 1854 . 15 tf
UT Watchman please copy.
M. EDITOR : You will oblige , many
citizens by announcing Col. J. D. BLArtI
INo as a candidate for Representative for
Claremont County, at the next session of
our Legislature.
Feb. 6, 1854 15 tf
FM'' Watchman please copy.
Mr. Editor : The Citizens
of Clarendon County are desirous that- C. W.
L. REYNOLDS, represent them in tho next
Legislature. By announcing him a Candidate.
for that office, you will oblige them.
Ki We are authorised to
announce Maj. A. C. SPAIN as a candi.
date for Representative from Claremont
County, at the ensuing election.
Feb. 22, 1851. 17 tIf
i Messrs. Editors: You
will oblige many votera of Claiemont Elec.
tion District by announcing Col. R. L.
ROACIJE IIRIOT as a candidate for a
seat in the Lower Branch of the Legisla
ture of the State of South Carolinn, at the
ensuing election.
. Feb. 22, 1854. 17 tf
We the friends of A. R.
BRADHAM Esqr., take pleasure in an
nouncing him as a candidate for Sheriff
of Sumter District, at the next Election.
MANY FRIEDS.
Afar. 29, 1851.1 22 f
{ W6 are authoh eirt1
announce Mr. JAMES E. WITHIEIR
SPOON, of Salem. a Candidate for Rep
resentative for Claremont County at the
ensuing election.
March 8. 1851. 19 tf
A Number of Voters take
pleasure in' afnouncing Col. WI l.LIA.\l
A. COLCIYUQGHIas a caodidate for Sher.
iff' of Stmier District, at the ne.tt election.
March 15, 1854. 2(1 if.
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Gapt. T. D. k'tERttosy as a Candiduto for
Sheriff, 9f Sumter District at the ensuing
election.
Aug. 2-1, 1853.
Mr. Editor =--You will
oblige a number of the , voters of Sumter
District, by annotncing jif- your columns
the name:of Maior Jenars BALLARD, as a
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing
electieU.
Aug. 13, 1853. 42 tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
Mu. fEitnon :-Please announce Mr.
ROBERT W. DURANT, a ca:nd'date
for Tax-Collector of Salmtn County, at the
next election, and oblige
EMiAN VOTS.
January 14, 1852 13-tf
15WThe friends of Capt.
P. af. GIBBONS announce him a candi
date fer .thq. oflico.of Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing election and
obiige - NANY VoTERs.
October IS1.
01? ORDINARY.
(7'"VDr Editor:-Yh u "it!
plpaae .annaounce. WILLJIAM II. B3RUN
SO'N as a candidate for the Office of Ordi.
nary-of Sumf.~er District, at the ensuing
election.
MNy Ve-ries.
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
F.O C LEIK.
(LT We are authorized to
announce Tr. 3. DIN KINS, Esq.,.a Candidate
for Clerk of the Court, at the ensuin relection.
MIANY V TERtS.
A pi 16th 1851 25 e
O:^ Mti . EdlI-t~: I I'ease anl
nounce air. J. J. McK(ELLAR, a,. Candi.
date for Clerk of the Cot~rt, for Sumter
District, and oblige MANY VOTr.s
A pril 13, 1852. 25-tf
MR. EDITOII:--MANY FRIENDS
of W. J. N. IfAMM5ET are desirous of put
ting him in nomination for the Oflice of
Clerk of the Coturt of Stumter District, at
the ensuing election.
i1'We are dithdr'i
te/announce A. E. POQL as a, cartdidate
for Sheriff' of Sumter District at the ensu.
mng election.
December 21, 18.52 8--tf
Mr. Editor :-Pledde ah
rnotmne JOHNl N. AfciOD a candidate
for ..heriff of Sumter District, and ob.
bige . . -- ... ... Many FRIENDS.
June 2Oth, 1853.. - 4.o-t
WILl1 be gi'ven for the apprehension ar~ de
lwery to -the Mlaster of etnher WVorkh.mtso In
Charleston, or any jail in the State, of iSA AC,
sometimes called Jonn Blrown, wb-.,, without
any knowu cause, left the James Hill P'lanta
tion on the 20zh of October last. Said follo "
is 5 feet 8 inches in height, mu ,tee oomplexion,
smart, intellhgent spoken, and, is a Carpenter by
trade ; and when last heardt of was in the lopter
country, on flcCord' ple'.ttation. Fifty dollars,
iai addition to the abov.s reward, wilt tib palid
upon proof to convien'.~.n of his being-harbored
or employed by a wtto or colored person..
Mr2t,185-s. 22 ti.
Notic6.
Tr.te Subscriber, wife of Unbert Croghn
of Sumte.rville, Shop-keeper, hereby girves
notice '.hat at the edifatiqn of ope,mopth
from~frt publicatiot9 of this advertisement,
it ia her intention to tradoe as a sole trader.
M'ARY OROGIIAN.
February 28, 1851 18 If
*DA14CuI~G SCHOOLe
MiON$. BERGE R respectfully m'ormas
the citi.zqns of Sumatervalle, that hi. D~anc.
thg scheel opens to-day, the 3rd of May at
the Town H~all, at 4 o'.clock for young
Ladies and' M'asters, at 8 o'clock for Gen,
tlomon, tho time subject to be changed ii
it- dhes not Butt.
For~particu~ars apply at China's Hotel.
May :s, 1854, 27 .
farn an'd' Osnaburgs.
T E sulweb.oiber.'Agent for the DeIalb Msan
(acidea. .~w 4 2~ av arna
The Renowned Reneidy f
Holloway'u aQintmeni:
The extraordinary. Unguent is .composed <,"
the most healing Balsams, and when u-ed in
accordance with the directions which acc.m
pany each-pot, will assure cures when -all oth.r.
means tail. Cases of the must desperate Skii;
diseases readily yield to its efiwacy. It i. ::t
mous wh"u used in -cascs-of Godt, 'Rhoun.
tism, Contracted or StiffJoints. la Athmt- ,:
will do wand'rs if well rubbed into the CIs.
A MoST ASTONISHING CURE EOF .SCROFU .otps.
ULCERS,--A CASE CCRTIFIED SF THE MAYO'R
OF DOSTON, FV A1ND., .
Copy of a Letter from J. -M Esq., Mayor o
Boston, Lincote..irc.
To rRQFFssoR HOI.OWAY, ". I -
Lear Sir,-l-Mrs. Sarah Dixon-of Liquorpc:.!
Srecet, Boston, has this. day deposed beror,- m:
that for a considerable period she was severelv
aflieted with Scrofuluus Sttes and Ulcers ii
her arms,. feet, ipgs, and other parts of her
body : and although the first of medicai anvi;.:
was obtained, at the-cokt of a larare sum of
money, sihe obtained no abatement of suffering,
but gradually grew wrse.
Being reconmnendcd by a friend to try your
Ointmet, she procured a small- pot, anda box
of the Pills, and before that was all tse.1,.ynz.
tomts o f ancimhni-tt appeare.l. By perseveri.,
with the medicine, for a short time longer,
cording to the directions, and strictly adlerin
to your rules as to diet, &c., mle was per, t.
cured, and now enjoys the best of he.alrn.
I remain, Dear Sir, yours truly.
- .. (Signed) . J. N UBLE.
Dated August Ith, 1853. -
AN ZXTRAORDINARY AND RAPID CURE or
ERYSIPELAS IN Tilt LEG, AFTERt MEDICAL AID
- HAD FAILED.. .
Copy of a Letter jrom Mrs. Elizabeah Ycate.
of the Post i/ice, Ald wick Road, near B ognor,
.Su.mx.c, dard Jan. Puth, 1853.
TO PROFESSOR ltoI.owAY,
sir,-A sullered lur a considerabte period
from a scee attack of Erysipelas, which :-,
length settled in my leg, and resisted all niu.li
cal treatment. ily sutleringe were- very g.-...
and I quite despaired of any permanent amen..
ment, when I was advi-ed to have recure -i
your Ointment antid Pills. - 1 did so withuu: de
lay, and urn happy .t say the :euult.was emi-.
nently successful, for they elructed aradioeal
cure of my l.g and restored nie to thte etnjoy
ment of health. I shall ever speak with il.
utmost colidence of your mediecnes, and u..
recommendied them to oihers in this ni
hood- similarly afilicted, who derived eq.
benefit.
I am, Sir, your obliged and.faithfnj Serva..
(signed) ELIZA bETii Y EATb.
The Pill should be used conjointly with the
Ointment in muosi of the fullonuing. caas
Bad Legs, Had Breasts, Burns, Bunions,
Bite of loselbets and San-Flies, Coco-bay,
Chiego foot, Chilblains, Chapped hands, :orns
(So't,. .Cancers, Contracted and btff Joints,
Elephantiasis, Fistulae, Gout, Glandular Swel
lings, Lumbago, Piles, Rheumatism, Scalds,
Sore Nipples, Sore-throats, Skin-diseases, Seur
vy, Sore-heads, Tuuours, Ulcers, Wounds,
iaws.
*.' SOLD AT THE EaTAtsltM'Sa-ZT OF F-ko
73s5o HOLLOwAY, 2+1, STRAND, (near Tin.
PLE Bva,) LoNDoN,,and aso s has Housa is
Nzw YoRx. URDEatS for Me-dicis e iln the
States, addressed T'. HOLLtOWAV, N5KW YOng
will rec-eive dlie attention. - Net Id also; by all
respe-clable Druggists anid Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States, in Pots, at 37 I.4
cerats. d cents, anid $. 50 cents' each. To be
had Wholesale at the princrpal D'rug ifouses ii
the Union.
09 There is a oonsiderable stving by taik
ing thte larger- sites.
N. B---Direc tions for the-guidance of patients
in every disorder are aflized to each Pot.
r or sale by
P. M. COHEN & Co..
Charleston.
March 5th, 151 23 ly.
Dft I. H; MIOT,
.COLUMBIA,'S.-C.
NEAR THE CauURT HOUSE.
. #ELEit IN
Drugs~ Iodicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Faliby
.EECEDArticles...
SEETDEXPItssSLY FOR TIlS
MIARKET.
March 15, 1851. 26 ly,
MK Hindale,
Dealer ii. Goetie's id~
ware and Dry Goods,
Ml2, RICHAiRDSON STR E ET,
and corner .f Garu~jis' S'tree:,
-. COLUMBIA, S. C,
March 15, I85I. 20 ly.
. JCal Xat .xcazr~
THE " WILMyINGTON
h ICE HQUS3E"
h oJpen. The Pttblic may depend urnn
a ing -'heir wants supplied, at A LLS SEA
SOSof the year, on reasonable twirns.
Ice ordered fr'om the country will be well
pa-eked and promptdy. .forwarded at all times.
All ordeart lfor led must be addressed to WIL
MINGTON ICF, IIOUSE.'t
R7. .TAR MS CA SH, which will be strict
ly ad hered to In all cases.
Dsppos'its may be made by persons ordering
fra dRIC , NF Q ENT PF POUND.
Extra charge for pacllage, dra-ayag, &o.
A. M.VAN BOKKELEN',
- - Proprietr.
April 5th, 1851 23 Gm.
(, LITTLE & CO.
G. LITTLE. . D. SCOTT. C, F..JACKSON.
No- 190 KING ,S TIRIRE T,
Next door to Victorir Hotel.
SoCH ARLESTON~ S. C.
Alwae o had--A lrgeandFashlonablt
Ready-SlIade Cloihinig,
AT THEt tOWEST FPOS65l u ,.iCa'
WVIiOLEsAL, ANE RrrAIL.
A pr. I2, 1851. 2-1 ly
B ROIDE,
Deater it Povis ions, F yniig
fAON, GROCtRUES, WTIV4S,
LIQUORS, CIGA RS, TOB4CCQ.
TEAg, &ci
.ALSO,
Plaatation Supplies and
*- 201NTRT'P o'DUCE.
iTE; MIOLASSES; C1EE8ED, &e.
194, Rienarden~ Stmr,
.. 00LUWdu; 8.0c.
Makch t!L M54. "a

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