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ome and Friends.
e a power to make each hour
4 eet as heaven desinged it ;
;Nwiieermabiin'# it homue,
^ . ougi few there be who find it.
V -Aeikto hgh for things closely hy,
And )ose What nature found us
S'ot. li1,5 hath here no life so dear
shAjt lionue and friends around us.
We oft destroy the present joy,
" 'r future hopes-and praise them,
:!e flowers as sweet bloon at our feet,
we'd. but stoop to raise them
For things afar still sweetest are,
V.en youth's bright spell hath bound us:
-t* soon we're taught that earth hath
-, -".onught .
- Like home and friends around us.
Thofriends that speed in time of need,
When hope's last reed is shaken,
To chow you still, that, come what will,
We are not quite forsaken.
ThpUh all were night, if but the light
- friendship's altar crowned us,
'Tdtd d prove that bliss of earth was this
Our .home and friends around us
$Snperstiton in Odd Naaumbeas.
he idea of virtue in odd numbers
is ery ancient. Virgil mentions it in
his eighth.Eclogue, where many spells
and charms then practised are record
ed. The whole *Fubject is a Cmi ious
One. and tvid - is:tee an interetiiig
fall the opinions in regard to it.
Couan~i1y i y womlen 1141l1 it
1,1ie rule to use an odd
fitting a litn Fahu
tnirry W-ivt: all \\'md.1
hiuseltl to he eiii'pd
c, atd remarks -Tais is
te, I hope good luck lies
brs. Away -go. They
divinity in odd numbers.
,slance, or death."
on belicI at the pre.
-)untrv, that the lnm
m' au;1.:ls andit; b-?it whlen
mfeet ini at wom0 , gjne
die wtin a year. This
is supposed to have arisen
ial supper.
:nth son of a seventh son is
d an infallible doctor ; and the
seven, by the way, is the most
s. of all. '.1he seventh day was
ropriated as one of rest, and the sev
' -eitl year was directed to be a Sabbath
of rest for- all things. At the end of
'seven-times seven years commenced
the grand. jubilee. Pharaoh's dream
foretold seven years of plenty and se.'
en years of famine. Under the Jewish
law, a man was commanded to forgive
his enermies seven times ; and under the
- 397.- despcsation, seventy seven
TIes. When Jericho was taken, they
encompassed the city seven times.
Elisha sends Naaman to wash in Jor
dan seven times. Elijah, on the top
of Carnel, sends his servant to look
seven years building the temple, at the
dedication of which he feasted seven
days. "The children of Isreal ate un
leavened bread seven days. David,
- ~in bringing up tihe ark, offered seven
*bullocks and seven rains. The apos
. ties chose seven deacons :and somel
inmquiring person, who has invest igatedl
this subject to a nicety, states that tile
Saviour spoke seven times from thie
Cross, on which he remained seven
hours ; that iie afterwards appeared
*seveii times, and in seven times seven
days sent the Holy Ghost.
The number nine is regarded with
mqre or Jess superstition, particularly
in connection with seven. Augustus
Cesar- was overjoyed when he passed
his sixty-third year, becanse lie consid
ered it the elimnacteric one; aiid that
--~theri het was to live a long lifei. This
is mo timres seven, and is said to bring
> 'a great change in the1 life of man. The
-hbe belief-in anything of tihe kind
iy- be grossly supeirstitious, arid yet
-we-aednot prepatred to say that-it is.
-- -- N. Y. Sunday3 Times.
e'Bnapartes Poverty in
Early Life.
MTheirs, in his history of the
-,Consulate, recites some very strange
and previously unknown particulars
respecting the early life and penury of
Npoleon Bonaparte. it ap~pears tht
fcr he had ontained a subaltern's
-~~ omimissioqn in the French service, by
a-iiskill and daring at Toulon, he lived
m~&~netime in Paris in obscuire lodginmgs.
0di etuch extreme poverty that lhe
wvas often Without tile means of pity
iing ten sous (ten cents) for his dinner,
and often went withiout any at all
He was under the necessity of borrow.
ing small sums, and even wor-n-out
clothes, from his acquaioinnmies. lie
-n i- his brother Louis, afterwards ling
dt H-ollanmd, at one time hail only a
coat betw~een them, so that the brothi
ers could only go out alternately, timle
P-about. At this- crisis, the chief benie
f~actor of the future Emperor anud con.
querer, "ate whyose mighty natme the
world grew pale," wais the actor Tal
main, who often ga'se him f'od atnd momn
Sey. .Napoleon's face, at'teirwards so
e"~ famed for its elassical mould, wiis du
S-ring that period of starvationi shiai-p
and augular in its~ lineamentis, with
projecting cheek bones. His mueagre
a~re br-ought on an upleasantt and un
sightly cutaneous disease, of a type so
vurnt'atnd mailignant, that it took all
~/he skl1 and 'assiduity of hlis accoin
-- ishied physician Corvisart to exp4
y: , sl ater a duration of more than tenl
--years. -The sqtualid beggar then, thle
#pcdid Emperor afterwards-the
ifedhare habiliments and Imperial
~ ~~atl--thie meagre food . and gor-ge
'jtsbanquet-the friendship of a poor
itocrthte hlomalge and tei-ror- of the
wr A-~an'exile and .prisoner. Such
r e ups'aud downs of this change.
Sich a e li hts and shad
- - ~P4~o~ igty.
-t ol olight s eeps
- - .~ 4il~speare. "JIte
e of
ARTFUL ExPEDENT.-A laborer in
Italy, employed in throwing down rub
bish from a house, called to the pas
sengers to takecare ; but one of them,
paying no attendier to the warning,
was wounded by a stone. He cited
the man at the court of justice, and de
ianded damages. A celebrated advo
cate undertook the def'ence of the la.
borer; but he found it impossible to
prove that his client had really warned
the passengers to take care, ho had
recourse to an expedient to gain his
object.
When the case therefore came to
be tried, an the defendant was asked
why lie had thrown down the stones
so heedlessly, he stood mute and mo
tionless. 'The judge repeated his ques
tion, but he maintained an obstinate
silence ; and when the judge expressed
his surprise at it, the advocate said
that his client was, unfortunately, deaf
and dumb.
"No, no," exclaimed the plaintiff,
off his guard, "it is Ihlse, it is an eva
sion ; I myself heard hint very plainly
say, 'Take care !"
" And why, then, did you not fol.
low his warnings ?" said the judge,
smiling, as he dismissed the case.
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN,
wMI. II AYNswAORTII. .1O1!N T. GitEEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SU,1i'IRIVILLE, S. C.
WILL practice in Sumter and the ad
joining Durtriers.
F'ebdruiary 1511,, 1851. 20 tf
JBIN T. D ARIBY.
W ITIT
G. LITTLE & CO.
G. LIT1'L.J D. SCOTT. C, F. JACKSON.
S. 199UAKINV ST R E I.;TI,
Next dour to "ietorir IIntel.
CIIARL ESTON S. C.
tc ,y on hand-A large and Fashionable
Stock ni
Ready-Made Clothinug,
AT TiE LOWI.EST 'OSSilt.E PRI'CES,
SIllRTls, 11051 E RtY, U31BR E :L LA s, &c. &c
VIlObl'S-\LI: AND RFTAI4.
Apr. 12, 1851. 21 ly
White Lead! White Lead !
10,009 LBS. PURE WIJITE '
LA1 D for sale low.
J. & J. It. EWART.
( "I imbia, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 l y
MILLS HOUSE.
THOMAS S.NICKERSON
Pro pri e t or,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1834. 18 ly.
C. P, RELYISEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO R. IIAWLEY,)
IVIOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURER OF
Richaardson ~Sre,--No. 89.
TIWO DOOiN HE[.oW TIrIE 3ARKET'!,
Mfarcha 15, 1851. 20 ly.
CHAMBERS & M1RSHEL
IIlOLESA.LE c& REA ill/
DE*IALRS IN
FANCY & STAPLE DR Y GOOD)S,
No. 4, Giranaitc R~ange,
COLUII3ma, S, C.
DM'All orders thank fully received and
promptly attenned to.
BE'NJ. RL. CIIAAIIER~s. W31. 31AIRSIIA LL,
A pril 19, 1854. '25 6m
N. A. COIHEN & COllN,
IMPORTERIS& DEA LERS IN
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
No. 117 East Bay,
NA TIIAN A. COITEN,
LLEAPOLD C.ALIN.
Mfar. 29, 1951. CI22RETOS
DR. C. H. IVHIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAlR THLE COURT 110USE.
D)EALER IN
Drugs, M~edicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
Articles.
SELECTED EXPRESSIS FOR TillS
31AIRKET1.
Ilarch 15, 1851. 21) ly.
A. BROIDE,
Dealer in Procisions, Flou,
BA CON, UGROCERIEkS, WINESW,
LIQUORS, CIGAR, TIOBA lCCO.
TIWAS, &~c.
ALSO,
Plantation Supplies and
CO UNTRY? 1 PRODUCE;.
'TEA, MlOLASSES, CIIlEE, &c.
194. Rihdardson Street,
COLUMIDIA, S. C.
Nlarchr 15, 1851. 20 ly.
PAVILION HOTEL,
H. L. BIUTTERFIELD,
Feb. 20, 1851. 18 l y.
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
BY G. W. BOMAR,
Sout h-west corner of Church and Queen~sts
CIIAR{LESTON, S. C.
Feb. 20, 1854,. 18 ly,
CAlMDEN HOTELe
"IBROWNING & LEMIAN, "
IMPORTERS OF
French, Ba'IttaI and Germana
DRY~GOO'DS.
209 and 211 King-reet corner of Mar
ket Street,
CH A R LESTION, S. C.
1ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brus.
UI sets Tapnstry and Volvets.
CURTAIN MATEltIALS, in Silk, Satin,
and Worsted.
CURTAIN CA3MBRICS and 31USLINS, Ia
large variety.
EMRtOIDERED LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, all styles,
GI I.T CORNICES, in all the new designs.
CURTAIN GIMIPS, HOLDERS, LOOPS,
TASSELS, &e.,
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROI'ES,
in all varieties.
BIITISII and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
CLOTIIS.
SILVER and GILT STAIR RODS and
STAIR CARl'E'I'INGS, of all styles.
WILTON, VELVET, and AXMINSTER
RUGS, in great variety.
IMA NTATION WO 0OL EN S-B L A N.
KETSr, PLAINS. KERSEYS, CAI'S,&c.
ied and White FLANNELS, SIIIRTINGS,
&e.
COTTON OSNABURGS, of all the best
Southern makes.
English and American COTTON FLAN
NELS.
French, English, and American PRINTS.
LINENS OF, RICIIARtDSON'S superior
make, for Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases,
't'able Damasks, Doylies, Napkins, Towellings,
Iluckabacks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
Grass Cloths, &e.
CLO''IS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS,
of best French Goods.
SEtVANTS CLO'IIS, in all the shades of
English Goods.
SA'TINETS, 'TWl'EEDS, JEANS and LIN
SEYS, of all qinalitnes and styles.
w IT11 A FU1.. ASSORTM ENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, TISSUE , AIAREGES, GREN
AI)IN ES, MIUSI.INS, &c.
1HO311IAZINES, A LPACAS and MOURN
ING GOODS, in great variety.
E31ROIDERS and LACL GOODS, of ev
ry descrip tion.
EVENING DRESS Goods in Great variety,
onstantly received.
All the above are of our own
DIRECT EMI'ORTATIONS,
nd ofti-red at the LOW EST M1A RKET 'riees.
l'EtalS.-Cashn, or City Acceptance.
(I' The one price system strictly ad.
hered to, and all Goods Warranted.
BROWNING & LEMIAN.
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 185-1. 11 if
: ardware, Paints, and
Oils, &c,
J. & J. I. EWIT,
COL UM.4fH, S. C.
SIGN OF TIIE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE,
OfTer for sale at very low prices, a large and
well assorted stuck of
MI ,L W 1% .- N D 1 L - .IRO NS
P.A i'T S, O IIS, A KD D Y.E
STUFFS.
t7' Gootd delivered at the Depot free of
harge.
enlarge. -Is J. & J. B. EWART.
;March 15, 1851. "30 Iv.
Agency for Iron Railing and
olrnamentaI Work,
THEI* ,.nbscriter witll reeive ordert for
('rast Irotn Railings', and other Iron wsork manu
factutred by
of lston Th okwilb elvrdin
Chtarleston at Ih'ston prices wvith thne expenses
o oxing, Freight Insurance, D~rayage tand
Whatrfage added.
Any jserson wishing illaistrated catalngntes oif
lhe ditlrent designs can he supplied by apply.
ing at mny store, where specimtenis of sotne of the
:irnicles can also he seen.
A entalogune cain be seenr at the ofliee of ther
Sumnter Bannner.
JOSEP11 WIIII.DEN.
No. 00 1-2 East Bay, opos P. & 1. Batik
Mar, 29 lA~t. Chiarlestorn, S. C.
Ma,2,5. 22, Gmr
Transparent Window
Paper Ilanigings,
UJPHIOLSTE RING AMD EIDDING
W1ARE hOUSE.
WHIOLESAJIE & RETAIL,
117 King Street, Chtarleston, S. C,
TH E subhscriber is receivinge a large assort.
tent of the, nbove goodls.
50,000 Rolls of Pauper Hlangings 1000 pairs
raf Window ShadIes , 100 Matrastses, of every
lescriptiotn. Also, Pillows, holsters, Lace and
Muslin Curtains, IDamask, Satin De Lanes,
Coritice, Blinds, Fire Screens V'enitian Blinds,
&c., &c.
All kinds ofl Uplhsering, and tine butsiness
as usually atte~nded to itt all its brainchtes.
HI. WV. KINSMAN.
Mn r. 29, 1851. 22 ly
J. B, NIXON,
PROPRIETOR~ OF THEi
COrner Queen anid Chiurch-Sts.
Charleton, S. C.
Samuel Jeffords,
UOMAIISSION. MERC (ilAIAN,
CIIARLESTiON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 16541. 18 1y-.
FISl'S AlldTA1L~LC: COIFN8 of al
tizes, constamntly ont handl antd for tsale
yHUI)SON & BRO'1IIER,
Opp. Temnperance Hattil Sumtervil lo.
Jinne 15th, 1852 34.-tf
Who Wants Money ?
The stubscriber for one, Is particulcriy in
wvant of it, andl lie hopes that those who have
patroniz~ed hnim so liberally, will continun their
Friendshnlip by paying up, and enabling hinm to
net the demands of others. "Whteua cannot
nrove wvithoutt grease"
T. D., FRIESON.
SJan. 18, 1854. 12 tf
Boots & Shoes.
JAMES FEN TON,,
7 Rlieh/aa'rds on Str7eet,
-C011t'MIIIA S. C.
SI of' all kirgi *A~sgjd.
- ~ CALF-8 UN gaOL
Columbia Clothing
Fullings, Bostwick & Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
.HAVE constantly on hand the. largest
stock of
in this place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than any other estab.
lishment in Columbia.
Their Clothing is nan'factured by then
selves with particular reference to this.
market, and they feel. warranted to say.,it
is inferior to tnc, antd SUl'ElOlR TO
MOST CLOTHING oflyred in any p.lt
of the contry. Their business is con
ducted upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods marked in
plain figures upon each article by which a
uniformity of price is observed, and the
inexperienced buyer is enabled to make
his purchases at as low a rate, as the inure
experienced and better judge. Persons
visiting Colmbia are respectfully invited
to an examination of our stock and prices.
February 15th, 1851. 16--ly.
Notice,
Look Up Street,
WEnn Cr.ul-;'s hOTEL is still in op.
eration-(thanks to the kindness of good
friends)-read: to receive customers, and
entertain then. to their ent ire satisfaction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his Hotel shall not
he excelled by any house in the country.
Fverything tIe' -narket can furnish shaIl
be spread upon his table, wel ooked and
cleanly. 'l'he beds are all n good order,
and shall be kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Clark pledges satistftction.
J1an. 11, I18J4 11 tf
Important Notice.
FE.LOW ClTl NS "-- -lt is a painful task
todnt, hnt stern n cesity ant your negligence
and forget fnes, demand that I should remind
all those indehd to in, cith.r by note or le
count, to come to law with the chink, hides or
corn at the mtill, on or before the first Monday
in March next, to save yourselves of displean
nre and to cheat I.awvers, Sherifli and petty
Constables ottt of cost, for
At the los of a penny
You'll crumble and groan,
At. though the rhetunatics
Were jiierein;: vachl bonee.
'IThe ghost of had shillings
Forever you will haiunt,
And you shake, least to-morrow
Shonild iring your to want.
& Pay uip, ii save rusts, and there will
yet lie a ei le ft you.
W.I. FRANCIS HIUTLER.
-in .245, 1851 13 t f.
To the Public,
.TOlN f.'ttL\ ot&ii-rs his services to the
citizens of Sunter I Iistrict ai:t the publie gen
erally and piedt es himself ti give every atten
tion to the sle of all phrolertis entrusted to his
hands on couniissionl. either at anetiun or pri
vate sat-. The theilities he: ;njoytts, as to sitna
tion uniil his loInag expieri,em-e. ill Ith tiiess ire
satislutory ie itenmuce ofi hip ability to do jnlstee
to any wh Inlay emnploy hlim.
Feb 22, 151. 17 it
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
**L .11;!.I, l . (1.
WllOL.\2AND 1:'T.t11.
11--:alers inl
G/lass ere, ])ie- .st:!'. aii ni a llkids of
iMedicines,
A comnpltoe assortm-I'!nt, ofi tile best eluality,
antd lit tie- lovet price:,.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Sitbscriber will pay 1'2-3(celnis per
pounid ini caish for an fy qutan'ily of obit Brass
nr Copper, adeivered at hiis shot s, liear thle
Wilmiinartun andi lanucester R1. R. Depot
in Sutervillec.
TI. J. COCIILAN.
Feblrpalyj 28, 185 I 18 If.
H-ome Industry.
~~ ~I'lE Subtscribe-r takes this
. y umetithd of iniformitng hisi frietnd
adint tihbic, t hat lie has riecetly '-nlarged
his
Carriage Shop,
and procenredu lthe servicves of several good work
mien, andI is now rea-ly toi buiht V'ehicles of aniy
descriplidhl lit the shortest notice, 1ie promises
to repair itihntniess atd desv.patcha and sat
isfy alt than.e wvho muay favor thim with patron
lil~e, in ctlhanes t\c.
lvs~enuu, S.C{.,.3May 10,1851. 28 tf
50 Country Hams,
JUISTI receivedl and1 for saile by
J1. T1. SOLOMIONS & CO.
Ainy 17. 1854 2) t
PROVISIONS.
Count ry I lms. andii Shouh lr ,
Pic kled Jiueef and T'oingue s
Mlixe~d Ptick ILeS, inl pts, qIts. andi 1.2 gals.
Olive:, Capers &c-.
Candies, Raisons &e
R~iaons 10 tt)loxcs at a D~olhar ner Box
Apr.,, 185-1. 23 if
E. R. CO WPERTH WAIT,
Furniture and Chair
Five D~oornt ahoIf e W~entworth.
C(Il IE.'ITO., .S. C.
For Sale.
Pji1 lIE UB ISCIIER offers for sale on
.1 very reaisonableo termts, some valuable
imbarovid-anuirmiu'roved lots itt the TIown of
Sumiter jIl. For *:rtientar., apply to
ARtCII'D. ANI1EftSON.
MVcKENZIES
COA"ECT10AA, R' A) PiANCY
COLUJMBIA, S. C.
PAwRTEs ANDI WEDD)INGS F'URNISHIED
'AT SilOllTE~ST NOTICE.
I[OLES~ A' ANDJ) ET~AJL.
Dlarch 15,.185I- 20 ly.
T. C. WOJ'RTH,
AT TILE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILDERIT
S.&E. M. GiLBE RT
continue the CARRIAGf,
BUSINE SS at the above
stand-No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, corn
prisimg those of their own manufacture,
together with various other styles usually
found in this market. Their long acquaint
ance with this market as manufacturers
and dealers will enable them to offer great
inducements to purchasers both in styles
and prices.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly
Cabinet Wareroom,
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this method of informing the citizens
of Sumnterville and vicinity,
that he has just openened on
the corner above Clarks Io
tel, his NEW CABINET
WAItEROOM, where he will keep for sale,
cheap, all such furniture as comes under this
department of his trade; and will furnish for
cash, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
Furniture made. Repairing executed at the
shortest notice.
Mahogany and plain Collins furnished with
out delay.
Fe b. 8, 185.1. 15 tf.
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
BUTLER & NEWJERY would respectfully
inform their friends and the Public generally,
that they have just received a large and wetl se.
lected Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
emblracing every quality and style of LADI ES,
DRESS GOOIS; Ileavy Goods, &c., Grocer
ies, Boots and Shoes of every description; latest
style Ihnts and Caps; Ilardware and Crockery;
Ready Made Clothing, etc. etc., to which they
particularly invite attention.
- A 1.s --
A lot of CHOICE SEGA RS.
Notice.
A LL persons who are in my debt a fee,
Will please to come forwarn, and pay it to me,
For I am now out of the itmlulring mood,
Amid couldn't wait longer, indeed, if I would
The SherifThas got mie, with harness on hack;
And soon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
If my friends don't come forward and give
m a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soon, all in a drift,
Bit rather than go to him, so early, hark ye
I'll give a we bit of a hint; now mark mc !
If you don't pay up, right under your noses,
I'll take all your papers, and give themt to
Moses,
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farin
In hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
J. S. RICII. M1. D.
Clarendon, Feb., 8, 185.1. 15 tf
NEW STORE
Third Door South of the Town Hull
and nearly opposite 1indal & Wlatson
IJIE subscriber would respectfully in.
torin the citizens of Sumterville and
the public generally, that lie has opened nt
the above place a general assortment of
Iry Goods, loots and Shoes, hats and
Caps. IHardware, Crockervware, &c. &c.
Asi. A Choice lot of Fantly Groceries of
every description, with Fruit of various
kinds, such as Oranges, Apples, Lemions,
&.t. &c., which he will iel very low for
Calh).
.. BAXRRET.
Nov., 1-3. 9 ly
WVillaim Lewism
Adm'r. ofi ILL l.
vs.F. J. &. MF. Moe.
Charles WV. Miller. JCompi''s. E 's
T'he creditors (If the~ late Dr. JAves l'.ays
swonrn, entitlerd ton claiim undmer his tassignetl''
to the abtove niamedi Ilefendat, e,.ecutedi omn
thei~li ilthida of July A. D. 1842. are' hereby no
titledt that, by an order ini tihe above stated
cautse. they are reiquiredt to establish their de
muiandsl before me, Co*immissionter inm Equmity for
Sumtr-r Distriet aforesaimd, on or before the
Girs (lay oif May next.
.I ls give tnotice that I will until the
said iirst dlay of May next, receive proposals for
time sade oif a part oif tihe real estate conveyed by
the sauld assignment, lying partly if not wholly
im the corporate limits of Sumitervitte, bounded
by lands of lDr. J. C. HAvriswnart, WV. L.
Hau)ssoN. T1. J. Cormms.A N, and~ Mrs. C. Bos
s~iut. amnd by the niew road runnting froma Sum
terville to thu steamt nill of'1T. i. C oUnLA N &
Co., suippiosed to conitain about otne hulndred atnd
sixty acres.
W. I-'. B. IIAY NSWORTII,
Coma'r. ini Equity S. D).
Dec. 27. 1853. 9 tf
TINDAL, -WATSON &(Oo.
THlE smibscribers having established them
selves at the stand ('ppoisite A. J. Moses' Store,
respec tfully solieits time attenition of their friends
and .time putblic to their weti selected stock.
T heir assornntentI comprises all artice I'ICUsualliy
kept, (ecrtpling lignors) and wvill be constantly
rephlenIIshed, and disposed of on as favorable
terms as are ofTeredh aniy where.
TJheir stock consists in part as fohlowi
Laies' lDress G'oods amnd Trimmings,
Ltdies' Collars, Chemisettes, and Under
sleeves,
Laces, Edgings, anud Insertings,
Jaconiet and~ Swsiss Muslitus,
Ladies' andi gentlemen's L.. C Ilkf's.
A large lot of liosiery anti Gloves, Cravats
andi Stocks. Also,
A full supply of Prints and Domestics.
( ROCERI ES, Ilardware, Hlolloware,
( ariuenter's and Iihtcemitht's T1ools,
Cistern Pumtips amid Pipes, Carriace Trim
mmn~gs,
Crockery amnd Glassware, Saddlery amid
I Iarness,
Iloots, Shoes, lats., Caps, Ready made
Clothing, &c. &. &c
TIINDAL, WA'TSON & CO.
JAMES 8. INIJA .
SAtsojg. WVArsoN.
IH. W,. G~ianrussa.
Febrtuary 22, 1851 17 tf
To The Public,
Atuctioneeri's Notice.
JA MES 11. CLARK begs leave to noti
fy the citiztens of Sumterville and the vi
cinity, that he is now prepared to give his
entire attenition to any business ini the
auction line, Hie has had somne experience.
and hopes by diligence and attention t
merit a share of public favor..
Sumterville, lan. 11Ith, 1854.1 l--tf
3.EW GOn
rThe subscribers are now in receipt of
their SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK,
consisting of every variety of Gents' amid
Ladies' dress goods. Groceries, Hlard
w~are &c., which they are pirepared to sell
as cheap as this market'can afford. Please
call and examinie for yourselves.
Rt. C. WEBB & co.
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. -tf.
Negro Sh e46
Th~e subscriber b&. ma' rhe*
theian re tfre~ v b
1'.i11
e 5.
in .
DYSPEPBIA!
CANB1E CURED!
DeLORME'S IIAUM DE VIE," or Balsam of
Life'is, aftera trial of upwards of twenty years
in a great variety of eases, confidently ofl'emd to
the pubeli, especially to those afflieted with the
most distressing complaint, as a sure and speedy
relief for their sufferings.
Read the following certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high standing and residing
in your immediate vicinity. They are but one
or two of the many in our possession all extoll
ing the healing virtues of this, (to use the words
of a grateful Dispeptic who was cured by its
use) most precious compound.
Cert fcute from the Rev. Hartwell Spain.
Sr1TtstvtLL5,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Mr. CuAts. DLoasg.
Dear Sir: -Last Spring I used two small bot
ties of your Balsam of Life; and experienced
much benefit. I took it two or three times dai
ly, a teaspoonful at a dose in a wie glass of
water.
It acted on my. livernd imparted a healthy
tono to all my digestive organs, relieving me of
distressmng headache, and many other disagreea
blo dysp'ptic symtont.
[SigncedJ H. SPAIN.
Mr. CIIAS. DELORME:
DEAa Sit:-I take great pleasure in recom
mending your "Maume do Vie." which I have
often used, and always with decided relief
when suffering from attacks of Dyspepsia. At
once a stitr.u lunt, tonic and cathartic, I am sat
islied it will prove eminently serviceal,le to all
who are afflicted with Dyspepsia. Its general
introduction throughout the country will be a
public benefit.
To keep a supply constantly on hand, which
I would not exchange for all the Anti-dyspep
tic nostrums from Maine to Texas.
Yours respectfully,
[Signedi JOHN W. EItVIN.
For salo by,
MILLER & IRITTON, Whole.ale Agents
Sumterville, S. C.
Also for sale by Dr. V. Jas. DARoAN & Co.,
and Itce & I'uorsov, Sumterville, S. C.
RoGEs & SriEc-en, Bishopville, S. C.
November 9, 1853 2 tf
Business Card.
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors and General Conmis
sion M1erchants.
D B. McLAURIN, Esq., will give per
'- sonal and special attention to the in.
terests and orders of his friends in this
State and the adjoining Counties of North
C'arolina, who may favor these Houses
th their patronage. Consignments of
prodnce to the louse in New York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will be covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly giv
en.
May 3, 1853 27-tf
Improved Cotton Gins
Than kful for past favours the subscriber wish
es to inform the public that he still manufac
ftores Cotton Gins at his establishment in State
burg, on the most improved and approved plan
which ie thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gins of the late improvement, is worth
at least a quarter of a cent more tnan the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. He also man
ulactures them on the most sitmple construction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which lie will sell for $2 per Saw.
Iie also repairs old gins and puts them in comt
plete order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punctually attunded
to. VILLIAM ELLISON.
Statoburg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
Veterinary Surgeon
.1lOlERT' W. ANJIREWS notofies the
citizents of this, and the adjoinming Districts,
that lie lias retmoved his Stables near thea De*
hOt of tile w. & M. . Rioad, where he is ready
at all tln'es to tak e charge of diseased IHorses
for It zt1rate charge ;in all cases where thlere
P." ".te no pa will be expected. lie also
entates ak Pasntr oedfrom the
l.epot, nd xlpecLmts shortly to receive a New
Omnibhus for that piurpose. Goods lie will haul
at the old rate of 10 centsm per piackage, and
i-ohbeis thte patronage of thte plublic.
Feb. 22, 1853 17-tf
tCARRIIAGES! CAIRiGEs!
LEONARD CIHAPIN,
Manuf'acturer- anid Dealcr in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every description, Not 124, Meeting street
and 33 W ent worth street, next to thte old stand
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1953. 51 1 y
,Negroes Bought and Sold,
'PIll undersignted has opetned ati office at No.
16 State Street, Charleston, whiere he has cu
hand a nurnher of LIKELY YOUNG NFE
GIIOOES for sale from wh~ich he can supply the
wants of any of the commutnity. These Ne
groes are putrchased in Mar-land, Virginia,
North and South Carolina. 'o his lot he is
cotmua ly receivintg accessions. Thbe highest
prices paih at all times for negroes.
J. M. E. SIIARIPE,
10 State Stree.
Charleston, Dec. 21, 18.53. 8 ly
* Law Notice.
ATTORNE&Y AT LAW,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Ollice ntext door to J. B. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
Mn rdh 2-2, 1853 21-tf
For Cash, And that only,
.iThe cheapest GROCERIES ever sold
in Suimterville, can be had frotm GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old Stand.
--A LSO
Segars of the fittest quality anti mos't sp'.
provedI Branda in 1the world, togelbter wvith
Preserved Fruits of dIfferent kinds, Syrups,
Nuts, &c., A share of the public.paitrptj
ago is desired, provided it is accomnpamied
by the CASH, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
Juno 14th, 1853 .33-tf
lULR& N WEYhv eivdfrom
herformer stanid to the one formerly occupied
by E. D. PRINGLE & CO., one door North of
I-. HOYT'S Jewelry Store where they woutld
be pleased to see their friends and eustomers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 t f
AND
Commission Merchant,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
PA RTICUL AR attentiob given to ite SA LE
or SIPAMENT of Naval Stores and .Cotthei;
and liber CASH1 ADVANCE maenCo
signments. - -aeo
Dc. 14; 5.
'70
Is now put up in the largest sizod.Bottois, Andt
is acknowledged to be the best) rsaparillt.
made, as is certified by the Wonderful Cures it '
has performeil, the original copies of which ate
in the possession, .f the proprietor. Remtermber, -
this is the only true and original article. -
Scrofula, Syphilis, Mercurial Complainis,
Cancer, Gangrene, Rheumatism, and a vast
variety of other diseases are speedily and per
fectly cured by the use of this medicine.
READ TIIE FOLLOWING CERTIFIOAT1;
TALLArossA Co., Ala., Jan. 2 1$,:
Dear Sir :-I send you this to' certify 'to .yp
that your Estract of Yellow Dock and larsa
parilla has performed one of the most wonderful
cures on me that has ever been efiected on than.
I have been afflicted for. forty years with
eruptions on my legs and feet; in 1848 they got
'o bad that 1 had togo on crutches, and in 1849
I had one leg amputated above 'the knee.' In
ibout nine mouths after my other1 .br) ut
in large eating and running sores frcei'mt kne.
to my foot, and discharged a great deal o trl
uive matter. My groin broke out in large blles
whiclt discharged much offensive matter;' ant.
it the same time my left hand broke out in large
running sores nearl y to my elbow.
'The misery that 1 have suffered for the last
two years I cannot describe to you. I was in
uuch agony that I never rested day or night.
In October last my son brought me one of
your bottle wrappers, I read it, and found re
cord of some wonderful cures performed by.
your" Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa
rilla," I sent and got two bottles of it, and
commenced taking it. In two weeks, to my
great astonishment, my sores all becanme easy,
and I could sleep all night, a thing I.had not
done for two years. Wjien I had- taken si.
bottles, my sores had nearly all healed. My
sores got well as if by enchantment. I have
now used in all eignt bottles of your " Etruct
of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," and I now
consider myself well.
I entreat all of the afflicted to try this inedi
cino, for I believe it will cure any known dis.
ease in the world.-Lay aside all prejudice and
just try it, and proclaim its great worth to
sufferig mankind and entreat them to take it,
for it will cure them.
ily case is well known in a large portion of
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama,'and if
any should doubt the above cure,1 invite them
to call on ine, and I will show them the scars.
I can be found in 'rallapoosa Co., Alabama,
one mile from Ftore's Ferry. Renajati Hughes.
'The Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is pecu
liarly adapted for females of delicate health,
resulting from irregularity of menstrual dis
charges, and other diseases peculiar to their
Rex.--The proprietor has in his possession a
great number of certificates of cures, performed
of the above description. We assure the afflict
ud, that a bottle or two of Dr. Guysott's 'Ex.
tract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will ar.
once regulate those difficulties and renew the
natural energies.
bo Put up in quart bottles.-?rice $1 per
bottle.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
SCOVIL& IMEAD, IIICH ALLES STREET
NEW OR LEANS. ' '
General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders must be addressed.
SOLD ALSO BY -
MILLER & 1BRITTON, Sunterville, S. C.
T. J. WOiiaaAN, Camden, S. C.
Z. J. DEitAY, Camden, S. C.
S. BEACH, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 21, 1851 31 6 me.
The Renowned Remedy
1,.
Holloway's Ointment.
Thme extraoirdinary Unguent is composed on'
the mnost heahing HIalsams, and when .used itn
accordanice with the directions which accom
pany each pot, will assure cures when all other
means fail. Cases of the most desperate Skirr
diseases readily yield to its efficacy. .It is fa.
umous when used in cases of Gout, Rheuma
tism, Contracted or Stiff Joints. In Asthma. is
will do woenders if well rubbed into the Chest.
A MOST ASToNiSHING cURE 0F ScRoPULotII
UccEns,--A catsE cERTiFiLEn nY TilE M-ATott
oF~ BosToN, ENGLAND.
Copy of a Letter from J. ZNo ble, E sg., Muzyoro09
Boston, Lincolnshiirc.
To ?iSoFFssoR itoLowAY,
Dear Sir,---Mrs. Sarah Dixon of Liquorpentl
Street, Boston, has this day deposed before me
that for a considerable period she was severely
afflicted with Scrofulous Sores -and Ulcers itr
her arms, feet, legs, and oilher parts of her
body : and although the first of mdath.: advice
was obtained, att the cost ,of a 'lar.e sum'
money, shte obtained no' abaseient ofsuff'~j
but gradually grew wome., .u .
Bleinug recommenided by a a tr 07/r. -
of th * ils and befor tL'irfs mlues
toms of amiendument apt'eareI. By preevering'
with the mnedicines tor a short lttne on e
cording to the dir~ections, tand strictly adh erin
to your rules na to diet, &c., she n'as perfeety
uured e.-d ntow ~njoy the best of health.
I r .i., Dear Sir, yours truly.
(Signed) J. NOBLE.
AN iXTRAoRDINARY AND RlAPiD CU:RE oF
ERYsiPELAS IN THES LEG, AFTER hlEDicAs. AiD
IIAD FAiLED.
Copy of aLetter from Mrs. Elizbemh Yeates
of thme Post Ojlicc, Ald wickc Road, near Bogner',
Susse.r, dated Jan. 12th, 1853.'.
To PtorEssoR IIoOwAY,
Sir,--I suffeired. for a cnsiderabte period.
front a severe attack ol Eryaipella, whichi at
lengtht settded in my leg, and-r'esisted all medi.
cal treatment. 1y sufferingsfrea vrery great,
and I quite despIred of any permanilit amend
ment, when I was advised to hate' recourse to,
your Ojintment and Pills. - Ilid so without de.
lay, anid am happy to sayiresult was emi
nently~ successf, for thee gteted. a radical
euro of my leg and resto..-i me to the enjoy.
merit of health. I shall ever. speak with the
utmost confidence of your medietmes, and have
recomnendled thenm to others in this nighbor
hobd sunilarly afflicted, who denred elia
benefit. -ml
Iam, Sir, your obliged and faithfl tdN~vanmt
(signed) -E LIABETI Y EATBS.
The Pill. should be used esonjohmiy withm the
Ointment in most of the following eases.:
:Bad Legs, Bad Brea'stalryb, Punq -i
Bite of bloschietoe's and S oaihm
ChIogo foot, Chilblatins, Chap - ~~i
(Soft,) Cancer.1 Contraceted nd.tjips
Eephiantiasis 1.istutlas, Qa~~a6~
lings, Lumbago, Piles, ~~
Sore NIpples, Suorethrats 2 ~ ~ tr.
vy, Sore-heads, Tumn a~$W~s
eSOLD ATTilE Zgt~jl~~C o0
FEssORttHoLLoWYAy5 244.~
CLE.EvRx,) Lo~oomand .
NEW YonLg. O ink
Stites addresd T-l,
will receive dnotsjate on
respetable Drumgs5tg
thiroughout'thnir nits
cet~ 87 conmk, h
hatdkholesatg th n
the Ut
l~fe's~c~s wa. sty.
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