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For the iaanner.
St t '-1 ,ii bosom, thy ineory has
Idiio- "leIcdy pay.r'd i1::,end o k fn
it ,s decp , in miy hear ; it is neer forgot :
'i min.led with sorri ; 'tis sprinkled
lly soul drinks it rip, from the fountain,
O'er the wild iuled banks. its inelitlinous
When Aurora, with sun!!e . tLe red roses
ho ps th i:1r bright d: s, and sweet
It tiintures witi rp;i ture, mly visions by
In the soigs of the birds, it is carol'd at
It is borne on the wings u :he .zephyrs,
It's a lisp in the breath of my prayer to
Oh **** !-'tis magic,-thy soft duleit
Like the sweet kiss of faries to ine when
It is sung in a wild adoration of flame,
By the poet that feels all its magic, to weep.
'Tid the light of his soul, to the bright
A halo of ghry for him to the g rave;
Pure as the first blush, on the you:-g cheek
It is sigh'd by the Nviiphs, in the wild
For the Sitier Banner.
Farewell to Kingstree.
- Dear d-- d little spot !
I've never forgot
The days I've dwelt in thee
Though they were few,
And sad, adieu !
A last adieu Kingstree
Of thy Black River,
I'!l dream, forever,
'T'hough I'm afar (ruin thee
And I'll still love thy p.ies,
And wild banks of vines,
But fare the well Kingstre!
I've had some kind looks,
From wild eyes, o'er thy brooks,
Where oft I've fished in glee
And although I hind,
That they now look unkind,
Yet fare th well Kingstree
I love thy frolic,
'T'hough I'm sure to take the cholic
Whenever 1'mt in thee
I love thy easy
Urec and freasy1
Girls, but oh, Kiingstrec !
Fate bids is part,
And my poor heart
Is sad, though it be free,
bh, will I ever...!
See thee again Kingtree
ItY EnGt(AR A. Pol:.
It was nsany iid liUn!)uy a year ago,
In a kingdom by~ the sea,
That a miaid there lived whtom you tmay
By thle niamie of Aninahel L ee;
Atnd this mlaid she liv'ed with no0 othcr
Than to love anld to be loved by mie.
,She was a ch:!d, and I was a child,
in this k ngdomi by the sea,
JUtt wc loved o thl love that .a lmre thiai
I and~ miy Annaitbel L:e;
-With a love that the wiinged seraphs of
- Coveted her and mue.
And this was thle reason that, lonig ago,
in tIs kinigdomi by thle .sea,
A wind blew ti of a clit li by nghtL,
Chillinlg myW A itinabel L.ee;
- o that the hiih-bonrn kmun,aii c:iine
And bore her amliay Iroml lme;
To shuL her up in a sepulchlre
* it thits kinigdoim by the sea.
Trhe angels not half so h~appy iln Ileaven.
WVent enivymng her andi moe;
Yes I that was thle reason (as ali mietn know
In this kingdomt by the sea)
Thiat the winid cae.ii uit of a c!onid, chllinli
Atnd killing liy Aiiiabel Lee.
Blut our love it was stroniger by far lhan
* the love
* Of those who were stronger thian we,
Ot mtatny lar wiser thain we;
Anid ineitheur the ugels in heaven above,
*Nor the deimont' down under th. sea,
Call ever dissever iiy sotul from tile soul
Of thte beautiful Annabel Lee.
For the tioon niever beams without bring.
mg mie dreamis
Of the beauitiful Atinabel L~ee;
And the stars never nise, but I see the
Of the be m tnfull An nabel Icee
Andso, all I le iight-tide, I Ibe down by the
Of my darling, my dorling, miy life an1d tmy
Ini her sepulchre there by the sea ;
In hier ton,> by the side of the Seal.
DurIaltry oF AGE ls M AinRtlAE.
- We clip the following interestitng
d caragrtaphs atbotut the~ ages oft some1 of
the wives of distitnguised peronges,
f-oml an ngl hghI piaper:
" Mahomiet's fitrst wife, IKadvahi, was
aLt least forty whetn he, tat thec ageC of'
t wenty-Iive, tiarriied h~er. Shaukspeare's
Atina Ilathatway wats Siven years is
S Sentior. JDr.. JL'hnlsois wife wvas liter
- ally almirost double is atge. Th'le wife
of' Lord ]Ilerbert, of' Cherburtg, was
LIx orsevetn years older thium her lord-.
rii Thomas~ More's wife was also ser
~.years older thant hter hulsbanld. IJow.
at'd, the pihlanthropist, at, the age of
p y4vo-, mtarried a fitrst wife, who
n'fifty-two. Mrs. Rtowe, the
- ~~~s ~ S flteetn years older than
Nir fl dOWf pel, the (Germnan De
S Steal. was at fas mutchi older.. The
' o untess D) Ossli (Miss Futller) was
nearly ten years her husband's senior.
Jenny U'nd is said to Ie eight or ten
years older I han 1Ie r (oldschimnidt.
S'ur.AN's OF (iic.vr IfEN.-It is
interesthg to no'tice the different arti
eles whiitb have been taken by eminent
nen, a:" Mia ul:ints of mental faculties.
It is interesting, as showing how dia
1elt ! n'i(ly' oppo.site llealls Iiuy pro
cure the saune Cffect in various systems;
and it i t interesting as showing how
imucihl the mind ; mijathises with the
body. I biller drank p'lent.ifIlly < - wa
ter wlieni he wished fir a great activity
of the Irain ; Fox, li,r the same purjiose
ise.! lbrahnly. 'The stitinlatnts of New~
ton and Il Ibbes were the innies 0
tobacco; t hose (f Pope and Iontene lle,
strong (clli e. 1)1. Johnson, at one
petiimd ofhis litl', was a great wine
drinker ; Lit in the latter part of it,
found strong ten a good substitute.
Don J1uan is said to have been written
under the influence of gin and water,
and it is reported that a certain legal
lord ofgreat learning and talent, plies
l inself inrd with port wieni he wishes
to shine. Pitt was a great drinker of
wine ; Sherid1ain, also, was fond of his
bottle. )r. Paris tells us, that when
1r. l)uiining wished to make an ex
traordinary display of eloquence, he
always put a blister to his chest a few
hours before he was to speak, in order
that it inight irritate the brain by
sy- tapl.ithy alning his Specubes.
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN.
w. A VwoM i. JOnN% T. GREE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUMTER ILEI,, 4. C.
VlIL. practice in Sumter and the ad.
jonini 1 b stricts.
February 15mti, 1851. " 6 tf
JOE T. DAl lBY.
V IT H
G, LITTLE & CO.
l;. I.l'lTLE. J. I1. S('0TT1. C7, F. J.LUKSON.
.Yo. 199 KNl.G S ''REE,
Next door to Victrir t:l.
ClIAtI.S1'ON S. C.
Always on hand-A large and Fashionable
AT TEi l.411WEST i'oMSiwI.E rl Ct:s,
1IlllTS1t, HOtSI I.RAY, 1'31 UR ELLAS,&dc. &c
Wi'll2.ISALE AND RF'TAIL.
Apr. 12, 1851. 21 ly
White Lead ! White Lead !
10,000 LES. PURE WH1TE
LEJID for sale low.
J. & .. 11. EWAIt'l',
t'nintnbia, 6. C.
Mareh 15. 1551. 20 1v
TIIOMAS S. NICKERSON
CHARLESSTON, S. C.
Febl 29, 1851. 15 1}y.
C. P, REYISEN,
(St( 'dSOR TO . II AWLEY,)
WH7OLE'S'IAE AND RETAIL
TWO. DOORs IllLOW TilE 31ARKET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
MI.arch 15, 185I. 20ly
ll'1I0LESIAE &' RETAI1L
FANCY & STAPL1E DR Y OO00DS,
Coi.0311:.A, S, C.
2-7 All oIrders thtank fulily received and
piro~t yly attennied to.
HJENI. it. l'ifAMIliERlS. W31. 31.tRSIIA LL.,
A pril 10, 1854. '65 6
N. A. COhlEN & COIHN,
I3MEPORTERS& DEA LERS iN
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
No. 1 17 Enzst inty,
Ull AlRlLEST'ON, S. C.
Mlar. 29, 1851. 22 l y
DR. C. H, MYIOT,
COL~UM ILA, S. C.
NE.AR TIlE COURT~7'1 H U.S.
Drugs, M~edicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
SELCTED EXPR1ESSl.Y FORt TfIIS
31arc151, 1M!51. 21) l y.
Diealer in Pro Vliins Flour,
IL] AXN, (/R~OCAJEl!S, W INES,
LI Q O RS, '1G.1TRS, T OB CCO.
Plantation ASuph, an
COUITII R Y ' Pe ROJ)AI c.
TEA, MOLASSE~IS, CilE/M, &c.
10d1, Raichiarson1 ,Street,
C'O~I'3IIIA, 8. C.
31iarch i5, 18:51. 20 y
HI. L. IIUTTE'IRFIELD,
Feb'. 29, 18351. 18 y.
PLANTERS ' HOTEL,
UJY G. W. BOMAR,
Sutuh.uesi corner of Church and Queen.s
Cilf~ALESTON, S. C.
Feb,. !29, 1854. 18 ly.
Oundlein, S. O.
W. MV. WATSON
Not. 9,. 1'i53. U er
BROWNING & LEVIAN,"
LtJMPORt TElJS 01
Fa-cascle, lri shla nnd( Geruma
209 and 211 King-areet corner of Mar
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C ARP'E'l'INGS.-inegrain, 3 Plys, Brus.
sels Tapslrv nid ViilVet s.
'ititTAIN M1A'IisillAILS, in -Silk, Satin,
uand Wo ted.
(Iit' AIN ('A 3IItICS and 1MUSI.INS, in
lare vn iely.
1i:1i ftofIf)Ilt:il IAtlw: soul MU8I.IN
CiIT,'" INS. all steles.
(.:1. clN It .'8s, in aell the new designs.
(llt'AIN G.1.I'S, HIOLDIERS, LOOPS,
TPAS! S8-., &er.,
Din1ACitY COlRDS and JIELL ROPlES,
in all var eties.
fIltlT8 11 and AalIJtiCAN FLOOR 1 OIL
SII.ViEit 7nd I(al'r STAII 1108 and
STAIlR CAl f *'i'TI'N(S, of all styles.
WIL'TON, Vl.'.VV., and A3INSTElt
tiGS, in great variemt.
PI.AN''ATItON W1' 1 O . i N S-Il 1. A N
KEITi, PL.AINS. Kii AIVS, C'A PS.Ac.
Iced and White FLA NN E., 5111 tT INGS,
CO'VI'ON OSNAHIUIGS, of all the best
lEnglish and American COTTON FLAN
French. English, nnd American I'llINTS.
,INENS OF, IIlCIIAItI)SON'S superior
make, for Sheetitn~s, Shirtimts, P'illow Cases,
Table IDamasks, Doylies, Napkins,, Towellings,
IInkahacks, Fruit Cloths, H. E. Diapers,
Grass t'int hs, &c.
(:LOTI'l8. CASSI3IIlItS and VESTINGS,
of best French lth(oils.
SiltV ANTS CLOIIS, in all the sladesof
AT' 1'1\is, TWI l)IS, JI EANS and LIN.
SEY:, of all qualities and styles.
WITH A FUI.LL AiSOiaTMENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In SIL.KS, TISS'IUES, IJAltEGES,GC ltiN
AI)INES, MIITSLINS, &c.
iHO3MIAINES, ALPACAS and IOUtN.
ING GOODS, in great variety.
M11II1OI0 EltS mtnd LACE. GOODS, of ev.
EVENING DR1lESS Goods in Great variety
All the above are of our own
and of1.red at the I.OWIEST MA ItRKET Prices
TEII31I.-Casl, or City Aceeptance.
QfT The one price system strictly ad
hcred to, and all Goods Warranted.
BIOWNING & LEiMAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 185.1. II If
Hardware, Paints, and
J. & Ja B EMlIT,
C(O LUMBLI, S. .
SIGN OF 'T'III GOLDEN JACK.PLANE
liter r sate at very lowv prices, a large tmnd
well assorted stwek of
M11J1, S.I IW . N ) .1111..1R O'S
PA I \"I'S, OILS, A ND ) YE
ti ' Goods delivered at the Depot free o
J. & J. II. EWAITr.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Agency for Iron Railing and
T~IE submiscrib~er will rece.ive onh-mrs foi
Cast Iron Ramilings., anid other Iron worik imaman.
(CIIASE & BROTIllmR8,
of Hoton. The Womrk will be 'l,-livered i
C harleston at 114e'tton picesua withm the. expensem.t
of hling, Freiglht Iustuance, JDrayasgean
Any personm wisi ng illumstrated catalogues U:
tihe difr'erent demsignst can be supplied byv apply
mog at Iay store, whtere specinmens of soume of thi
articles cani also be seten.
A catalogue cani lie seen at thme ohlice of then
No. 60 1-2 IEast 11ay, opjsmite P'. & .M1. Ikank
Chmarle~ston, X. C.
WIIOLESALE & RETAIL,
117 King Street, Cha~rleston, S. C,
TI' subscriber is recei'. ing am large ansort.
mnit of thlen aov goisds.
50,000i Roll.s of P'aper Iminngin~gs ; 10t lpair.
of Wiudno Shamdes, 1010 M~ntrasse.s, of ever1
dleveriptioni. Also, P'ilb.,ws, iHolsters, ILare ant
Muslinu ('urtainas, laask, Satin Decl.anecs
Cornice, JBlindsI,, Fire Screens Venitian Illinds
All kinds of Ilphol.,te ring, and thIe busines,
ais tustually amttendeld to in. al its b~ranches.
.11. W. KINSMiA N.
Mar. 29, 1851. 22 ly
Boots & Shoes.
197 , Ri Ichi a rdson Str aeeCt
('OI.lUMIIA, S. C.
IIAS constantly onm hand and is' daily rece*iv
ing fresh supplies omf all kindsim of Ladies aml
(.entlemen's ihnses sman Shee of the latest fansh
ions. A lso, FRIIES1I CA I.F-SK INS amid 80I.L
1.lATlI Elt for Ilo(tmakers.
Marcha 15, 1831. 20 y
3. B, NIXON,
PROP)IRIETIOR1 OF T1IIE
COrneir QueenI anid Churchi-sts,
Charleton, s. c.
Feb. 29, 18M.1 18 13y.
COMMJSSIO.. N J NERCA vT,
OrYJcE, Nohnu Ctoamr.n~crt. Wrian.,
CilARLESTON, S. C.
Fob. 29, 1854. 18 1ly.
FISK'S METAL1LIC COFFINS of al
sizes, constanitly on hand and for sale
by IIDSON &- IIRO'1IIERI,
Opp. Temperance lHall Sumtberville.
Junie 15th, 1852 34-tf
Who Wants Money ?
The subscriber for one, is partienlerly in
want of it, antd hie hopes that those whom have
patronized him so liberally, will continua their
frIendship by paying tip, andI enabling him to
met thne dands of others.- "Wheals cannot
move- witho t grease"
T. D). FRIESON.
Yan. 18,1 1A5'. 12
Fullings, Bostwick & Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
IIAVE constantly on hand the largest
in this place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than any othor estab.
lislinent in ColumIbia.
Thei.;r otdiing is ;eatufactu red by thet
':s !hitg partitlar relerence to this
ne' .7 a: d they feel warranted to say it
is mfeor to none, and Ult'IUOlt TO
MOST CLOTHING olliered in any part
of the ctintrv. Their business is eon
ducted upon the one price cash principle,
anil the price of their goods marked in
plain li;gnres 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 more
experienced adil better judge. Persons
visiting Columbia are respectfully invited
to at examiation of our stock and prices.
February 15th, 1851. 16--1y.
Look Up Street,
W nn C1t.A n's ll'1'OTEL is still in tp
eratie-t-(thanks to th! hindness of good
frieini-ready to receive customer, and
een-rta'in them. to thmir entire satisfactiona.
31. (*:-is resolved that his Ilotel shall not
he * u4Itia by tiny b osc in tihe country.
Eve vtlang t ie market can furnish shall
be spread upon his table, well cooked and
cleanly. The beds are all in good order,
and shall be kept so. Give hin, a trial
ail Mr. Clark pledges satisfaction.
.Jan. 11, 18?M 11 tf'
.F.T.(iO ( i/'l 8 S:--it is a painful task
todun, but stern necessityand your n.gligenie.
ail frgei ffulness. demand that I sloui remind
all thae iiebted to inm, either by note or :e
1 count, to Come to law with the chink, hides or
orn at the mill, on or before the first Slunday
in 3March net, to save youtrselves of displeas
ire tnd to cheat l.awyers, ,sheriffs and petty
Constables out of cost, for
At the loss of a petny
Yoltli grumble anl roan,
As Iih.'igh the rhematics
Were piercing cacti honle.
'1l" ghc ,stofhad shilling-s
urever you will haunt,
A I y. shrake, least to-nmotrrow
oittd iritg you to want.
f.I'P. up, and save costs, and there will
yet hi: a crust left you.
- WM. FR ANCI8 BUTLE R.
Jan. 2a, 1851 13 i f.
- To the Public,
JUlN ClINA ofiers his services to the
citizens of Sumter District and the publie gen
i-rally and pledges himself to give every atttn
tssn to the sale of all propmesrties entrusted to his
hands ott cotnission, either at niuetion or pri
vale sal-s. The facilities h- enjoys, as to sitiut
tion and his long- experiinice in the bisiness are
satisfactory evien'itce of his ability to do justice
to any who may emplov himt.
Feb 22, 1354. 17 it
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLU_ iJJl. S. (.
W IOLE.\81E1-1 AND 1.ETAIL
Pawt' .iJ rits. Mfa ul.e ins-, Ch'/. em ica .ls,
Perfumecry, ,c, .1or ,l/iete, ;;,'he s.
(u1'uss -are, ] )ye- . i'ji'i, aiui a ll kirls o'
GEN~LNE ANI D lOPULAlt P.\TENT
A& conmplete asaiirimen-at, of thme be.st qinahity,
anid att thie tov'est prices.
Old Brass and Copper,
The Subtscriber will pay 12.2 cemnts pert
pound in cash for any quan~uy of old Blrass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, ntear- the
Wihlingtaton andI Manichester Rt. Rt. Deot
T'. J. COGCIILAN.
Febiruary 28, 1o5 I 18' tf.
~~jL 'TlEt Sub-scriber takthis i
,,pytmeulhod of informriing li- frie nd
andi ite po utli, that lie hast recen tly enluirgedl
and procuredt the sert itcis oif se.ve-rat goodt wotrk
rnet, andt is ntow re-aty to build VehiclIes of any
descriptioni at thme shortest notie. lie piromiises
to repa-mir with ntnesst~L atut dlespatcht awtl sat
ist'y alt thbose who itt-t favor htim ith pat rot
age, inichapnessl I
f(itenUn(,'( .C,.3uay10,185. 28 t
50 Country Hams,
JL'ST rceived and ttor saile by
J1. T. SOLO.\ONS~& CO.
Mauv 17. l15 29 t
Coutnt ry lIamst, and Shou le-rs,
P3:k led Beet andai To'ngues
Go-,hein Butter, lHice, F'lour & c.
Mt ixed l'iek les, ini pts, qlts, and 1-2 gals.
Oies, Capers &e
Ctandtiea, ltaisons &i.
Ra~isonms 100It Bo..es at a1Dollar per x
A pr,5, 18M.1 2.1 tf.
E. R. COWPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
(CITA Rl,.%I'NOX, S. C.
P' lIE SUJISCIIER offers for sale on
..very reasonmable terms, sote valuable
itmprioveid andt im iiprovedl lots ini thle 'T'io f
tte~tru ille-. For patrtienmlas, aupply tim
CONFECT'IIONARY AND F"ANCY
NAo. I136, ]t'chardsont Streei,
COLUMIBIA, 8. C.
P'ARII'ES AND WVEDDINGs FhA:RNISIIED
IT'I(LESA LE' .AN]) RE'TJ IL.
Mlarch 15, is851. 20 l y.
T1. C. WORTH,
Kult, r,41 lv
T 'rTE O1D OTAND OF 8. & J. Ott.ltEit'T
- S. &E. M. G(HLJB EIR T
continue the CA R /IA(:1
[flhSINEN. at the above
tand-No. 35 and 40 Wontworth-street,
Sharleston-where they will be pleased to
.xhibit to their old friends and customers
t very extensive Stock of Vehicles, con.
>rising those of their own manufacture,
ogether with various other styles usually
ound in this market. ''heir long acquaint
ice with this market as manufacturers
amd dealers will enable them to oiler great
nducenents to purchasers both in styles
March 15, 1851. 20 ly
F. M. ANDREWS,
''akes this tethod of informing the citizens
of Sumterville and vicinity,
that he hits just openened on
the corner nbove Clarks lio
tel, his NEW CAIINET
WA ltEItOOM, where he will keep for sale,
-heap, all such furniture as comes under this
leparitmet of his trade; and will farnish fur
cash, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
Furniture mnitde. Rtepairing executed at the
Mahogtany and plain Cuflins furni:,hed with.
Feb. 8, 185-1. 15 tf.
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
BUi TLER, & NEWillltY would respectfully
maturin their friends and the Public generally,
that they have just received a large and wetl se
lected Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
-rimracing every quality and style of LA 1)1lut
I) lESS (018)M ; Heavy tos, &c., Grocer
irs, loits and Shoes of every description; latest
style lint and Caps; Hardware .nngl Crokery;
IReatly Made Chylthiug, etc. etc., to which they
partiuenlarly invite attention.
-- .t t.so
A lot of CHOICE SEGAlts.
A i.. persons who are in my debt a fee,
Will ph-ase to come forward, :nd pay it to tme,
For I am now tot of the indulgine mood.
And coniin't wait longer. indeed, if I would.
The SherifflTas got mue, with harness on back;
And ston I'm to trot on a very rough track,
If my friends don't, come forward and give
me a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soin, all in a drift,
Blut rather than go to him, so early, hark ye
I'll give t we hit of a hint; now mark me~!
If you don't pay up, right under your muses,
I'll take all your papers, and give thetm to
And then. i, then, you'll get your fhrin
lI hell, he'll roast you like a herini,
J.:8. RIC l . MI. 1).
Clarendon, Felb.. 8, 1854. 15 tf
/itd Dour South of the Town Hail
aid (e',r/ly opposte Tindal C Watson
TIll subscriber would re-pectfuly in.
form the citizens of Suinterville and
the public generally, that he has opened tit
the above place a general assortment of
I)ry Gonds, Boots and ,Shoes, flats and
Cap. I hardware, Crockeryware, &c. &..
A'so A Choice lot of Family Groceries of
every description, with Fruit of various
kinds, such as Oranges, Apples, .etons,
&c. &c., which he will sell very low for
Nov. 9, 1S53. U ly
In Equity---Sumter District,
Admrt'r. of j BILL.
vs. F. 3. & M. Moves
ChIarles W. Miller. JComupl'ts. Sol's.
The creditors of thme late Dr. Jnt~es IIAVyx
H woan, tontilletd to claim utder ltie assigiigant
to the, ablove niamned IDefendanit. execuited otn
thme udth daty of July A. D). l842.are hereby no.*
tillid that, lby an ordler int the abuove tstatedl
cautse, rtey tire requiired. tt estabhlsht their de
mtandis beifore men, Coimmisionter in Equity for
Suitm.er D~istrict aforesaid, ott or before the
first day of MIay next.
I tilso give notice that I will tuntil the
tiaitd first dlay of May next, receive ptropoisails foir
the sale of a pairt of the real estate contveyedl by
the said aissignmlent,. lyinge partly if nth whltly
mi thme (orpourate limiits of Sumtters ille., hotnnttldl
by landtsl of Dr. J. t '. Il.4ysawon-rtu. W.. ..
iltatussos, TI. J. Con t..r , antI Mrsu. C. l10s.
sai si. andt by the niew roiad runntint fromtt Smntt
terv ille to the steam tmill oif TI. J. Cooune IA &
Cit., tiuppiosetd to conttaini about one hiundred anid
W. F'. B3. IIA YNSW()htII,
Loim'r. in Equjtity . I).
TINDAL, WATSON .&co,
T'IlE 'tubtcribe hain tg etttblisdtl them
selveH at thIe st tad oppoitte A. J. Mises' itotre,
respect fullv sotliciL.. thet attetntion of their friends
mri lie pitihlic lto their wvell selectedl Htock.
'lheir tis.itritmtent comtprises all articles tusnailly
kept, (eIrping~ liquors) andtt will be conistanutly
repllentished, trtd is posedh tf on as fin-ume
terms its tire oflieredt any where.
Thteir stitck contsistfi in parlt tat folloyat
L~atdie llarsg., ht',iisert ies, adUdr
l.adlied anth ,ertleimten's L. C Jilkf's.
A .~re lot .,f Hloier* ati (doves, Cravatts
A fttl' suipply of Ptrits. and D)omestics.
(;lwCEft' (ES, 1 fardware. IHolloware,
( arpeter's antd fllacksithl's TVools,
Citterain ump and Ptihpes, tarriaee Trim-.
Crockery andI Glassware, Saddlery andl
iloitis, Shtoes, Hats, Caps, Iheady mtade
Cluotig,, &c. &. &t.
'l'IND[AIL, WATSON & CO.
Feb'ruary 22, 185 ii y1 if
To The Public,
.AMES 11. CLA RK begs leave to tnoti
fy lie citizens of Sunorvihll etd the vi
ciniity, that lie is ntow p~reparedh to give his
enitire attention to any businuess in the
anction line, ie has had soetc experieuce.
and hopes by diligence and attention to
mecrit. a share of putblic favor.
Snoitterville, Jan. 11Ith, 1851. 11....tif
3 'RW rx0 0 .
T1hie subhscribers are now itt receipit of
their SP'ING A N!) SU3M.\1 ldit STOCK,
c.onsisting of every variety of Gents' antd
Latdies' dress gootds. Groceries, liard
wairo &c., which they aro prepared to sell
as cheap as this market can al'ord. Please
c~all and examine for yourselves.
R. C. \VEJJI& CO.
Tesubscriber has made arrangemiients for
lhe manufacture of from Four to ilve Th'lousaxnd
mairs of the above article by the FA LL. For
referenc~e as to quality,hew would respectfully
refer person. who may be diuiposed to purchase
>i htitm, to thuosev wvho patronaized himn last yeax
!ts to price, lie will guarantee th~m as low as
taftlbe. oflerded. ~,.
M1ay 22~ 2 4 MOnGNn
CAN BE CURED!
r1:14)RIE'S AM )II DE VII," or Balsam of
Life is, aftera trial of upwards of twenty years
in a great variety of cases, confidetly offered to
the publie, especially to those aillieted with the
most distresing complaint, as a sure and speedy
relief for their suflerings.
iend the fillowiug certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high standing and residing
in your inmediate vicinity. 'T'hey are but one
or two of the tnany in our possession all extoll.
ing the healnng virtues of this, (to use the words
of a grateful Dispeptic who was cured by its
use) most precious compound.
Cerli scate fron the Rev. Iferlu/l Spain.
. 'turT:rVlt..,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Allr. U'n.ts. Dr.:t.onal:x.
Dear Sir: -l.ast Spring I used two small hot.
ties of your ialsami of Life; and experienelrt
much bcenehlit. I took it two or three times dai
ly, it teaLpolnful at a dose in a wine glass of
It acted on ny liver, and itlirted a healthy
tone to all my digestive organs, rrlicring me of
distressrng hearrrache, and many other disagreea
ie d ,cs/,-ptli: s'Itols.
[Signed) 11. SPAIN.
Mr. CIIAS. D)ELOR31E:
1)s:A n Sia:-I take great pleastre in recom
mending your "lanmle Vie." which I have
often used, and taiways with decided relief
when suliering from attacks of Dyspepsia. At
once a stimt lunt, tonic and cathurtic, I amt sat
isfied it will prove cninently servicteable to all
who are afflicted with 1)yspepeia. Its general
introduction throughout the country will be a
To keep a supuply constantly on leand, which
1 would not exchange for ill the Anti-dyspep
tie nostrmts fron Maine to Texas.
[Signed JOHN W. ERVIN.
lr sale hv,
MIi.i.lt e. BRITTON, Wholesale Agents
Sumtet-t'r. ill,'. S. C.
Aiso tir -ale by Dr. W. Jas. DA rtOaN& Co.,
anid IL es: & tuo.:soy, stmuterville, S. C.
Nouetns e SrENcan, llishupville, S. C.
November 9, 18153 2 if
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
1)IROSSE'T & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Coll"n l'ictors and (cncral Commis
D B. McLAURIN, Esq., will give per
t sonal and special attention to the in.
terests and orders of his friends in this
State and the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce to the Ilouse in New York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
\Vihington, will he covered by insurance,
it notice of the shipment be promptly giv
May 3, 1353 27-tf
Improved Cotton Gins,
Tha-nkful for pa.1t r-avours the sulseribetr w'isli
es to imform the piblic that he still imanufac
tures Cotton (ins at his estalplishment in State
burg, on the most improved and approved plan
which he thinks that the cottc.n ginned on ute
of those gins of the late imprvenent is worth
at Itast a quarter of a cent more than the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. Ile also titan
ufactures them on the most snnple construction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which he will sell for 82 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and puts them in com
plite order attthe shortest notice. All orders fur
Gans will be promptly and punctually nttitded
to. WILLIAM EI.LISON.
Stamehurg, Sumter Dist, 8. C. Feb 17,- 26
ritiz,-ns of this, and the adticiing istricts,
thatt hte hnts recinovced his Stables near thre DJe
pcot o'f te W. & 31. Rt. Road, where lie is ready
at all timces to tak e charge ofcdiseaored Ilorsee
for a mioederate chtarge ; in all cases where there
is no, cure t~o pay will be expected. Hie tlso
cotmuites tu tak-e Passengers to rnid fromt the
Deptot, iacd expects shortly to receive a New
Oiomis for that puirptote. Goods lhe will haul
at the ubi nate of 10 cents per package, acid
scaht'is the pcatrcctage of the piulic.
Fl- e. 22, 1833 17-tf
Mlanufacturcr and Dealier in
Carriages and Harness,
OF' every descripltin, Nos 121, 3Meetincg street,
atnd 3|| Wentworth street, next to tihe 'tid bam
of Gilberts & (haptin, Charle'stoti, S. C.
Oci. 1'Jilh, 1833. 51 -1 y
Negroes Bought anid Sold,
T1'. unditcersigned hats opene.d art .cfice at No.
16 State Street, Chaarleston. where he has eno
hrandt a ndtnnher ocf ULKELY YOI'NG NE.
GilO)ES for sale froesa which lhe catn ..upply the
wntnts of anry oft thme commnity. These Ne
roes are piri--nasedh itn 3lar -land, Virginria,
Norih amid S~outh Ctarlina. ''o his lot he is
conitinuit~jy receivinig accessions. Th'e highest
ptrices paid at all titmes for negroes.
J. M1. E. SIIARP'E,
16 Staute Street.
Chiarlestotn, Dee. 21, 1853. 8 ly
J. B. N. HAMMlVET,
ATTIORtNEY AT1 LAWV,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Odice next door to J. B. & R. C. Webbin
New York Store.
Ma rcht 22, 1N253 21-tf
For Cash, And that only,
.'J'he cheapest GROCERIES ever sold
mi Sumnterville, cart be hcad from GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old Stanid.
Segairs ofi the lirnesut qtuality and most ap
pro'.ed lirandrs in the world, togelbier with
.'reserved Fruits of dif~erent kinds, Sy.rups,
Nts, & c. A shatre of theo pubtlic patron.
nigo is tdemredl, provided it is accomnpancied
by thre CA8U, but tnt otheorwise.
GORDON & CO.
June 1-lth, 1853 3-t
II.ERl & N E~VIlERY hacve resmoved from
i-helr fornmer stand to the one forrmerly occupied
bey E. I;, Pl'LINGLE & CO., eri. door North of
1'. I01 T"8 Jewelry Store where they would
be phl-ased to see their frieis and custoiters.
Oct 5, '853- 4J if
FOR WA R DIN G
WIL4MINGTON, N. C.
P'ARTICU;L AR attentiont given to the SALE
or SillPtMENT of Naval Stores and ('ottoir
antd liber CASII ADVANCE& mxade on Con
Dec. I I, 1833. - 7 ly
All persons having demnandac agamast
Estate oif M rs. I. Ctoror dpceased, ao
rerquested to' hznd tom in..s9orly atIt
Cd; arid thoe indpbd dih please::U4ike
inmediate pjynnt to
4 Nv 8c 0
i now put up in the largest sized Bottles anti
is acknowledged to be the best Sarsapiln
made, as is certified by the Wonderfil Cures it
has performed, the oraginal copies of which are
in .the isissessis.a ,.f the psropritmor. Remember,
tims is the only true and original article.
Serofula , syphilis, Miereurial Conpiaints,
Csncer, (tangrene, Ilhentmmatismn, and a ast
variety of other disusesn are speedily and
feetly cured by the use of this medicine.
R EAD TIlEI FOLLOWIN; CERTI'ICATE:
'AI.LA rOSA Co., Ala., Jan. 2,1852.
Dear -ir :-I end you this to certify to you
that your Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsa.
parilla has performed one of the mo't wonderfnl
cures on me that has ever been efrected on mian.
I have been afflted for forty years with
eruptions on my legs and feet; in 1848 they got
so had that I had to go on crutches, and in 1819
I had otne leg amputated above the knee. In
about nine months after my other leg broke out
in large eating and rwmnmg sores from m knee
to my foot, andi discharged a great deal of ofrn.
sive msatter. My groin broke out in large biles,
which discharged much ofTensive matter, 'amid
at the same time my left hand broke out in large
running sores nearly to my elbow.
The misery that I have suffered for the last
two years I cannot describe to you. I was in
such agonmy 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- e
cord of sotte 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 n.y
great astonishment, my sores all became easy,
anti I could sleep all night, a thing I had ant
done for two years. W en I had taken fir
bottles, my sores had nearly all healed. :fly
sores got well as if by enchantment. I have
',10w used in all eignt bottles of your " Extract.
of Yellow Dock and Sarsalarilla," and I now
consider myself well.
I entreat all of the afflicted to try this medi
cine, for I believe it will cure any known dis
ease in the world.-Lay aside all prejudice and
just try it, aid >roclain its great worth to
suflering mankind and entreat tinem to take it,
for it will cure them.
Aly case is well known in a large portion of
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, and if
any should doubt the above cure, I invite them
to call on me, and I will show theta the scars.
I can be found in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama,
one mile fros Store's Ferry. lennati Hughes..
The Yellow Duck and Sarsaparilla is pecu
liarly adapted for females of delicate hltilth,
resulting from irregularity of menstrual -Its
charges, and other diseases peculiar to
sex.-The proprietor has in his possessI st.
great number of certificates of cures, perfo
of the above description. We assure the afflict
ed, that a bottle or two of Dr. Guysott's Ex
tract of Yellow Duck and Sarsupariiia will a
once regulate those difficulties and renew the
6 " Put up in quart bottles.-:'rice SI per
Sold Wholesale and RetaJ I:
SCOVIL&MEAD, 111CIIAltLES i'f!T EET r
General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all or erm mrust be auldressed.
SOLD ALSO BY
ISLLEt & IrrITTON, Sutaterville, S. C.
T. J. WotsAN,'Canden, S. C.
L. J. DsxnAtv, Camden. :.
S. E .ca, Otragebsrg, S. U.
June 21, 1851 34 ti mo.
The Renowned Remte4I~r
Tme extraordinary Unguetnt is comiposed on
te imtit hecalinig Ilaias, and when used it
accoirdanice with the directions whmich acecom
patty each pot, wrill assure cures when all other
means fail. Cases of time most desperate Skin
diseases readily yield to its ellicacy. It is la
mnous when uisedh in cases of Gout, Rhema
tisml, Cuintractedl or Stifl'Jointts. lit ,Asthmas it
wil do wonders if well rttbbed into the Cheat.
A SIoST ASTONiSuliYo CtIaE OF SCX'RL0o'S
1LCEit,-A UASC CERtTIFIED ar THE MAiaoa
01F BnSToN, ENGLAND.
Copy of a Letter from J. Noble, Esq., Mayor of'
TO 'R OF~sORt ntol.owA Y,
Dear Sir,--.Mrs. Sarah Dixon of Liqmuorponid
Strect, Boston, has this day deposed bfore meo
that for a considvrable period she was severely
alilicted with Serofuilous Sorne-and Ulcers ist
her arms, feet, legts, and other parts of her
body : anda although time firstof medical advice
was obtaitned, at te cost of a lar e sum of
mouney, she ambtained no tabatemnent om suuf ing,
butt gradu:ally grew worse. '~
Being recoimmended by a friendl to t ryour
Ointment, she pratcured a stmall pomt, box~
of the Pills, and befstro thmat was all used,'sm
tmsu of anemdminent appeared. By prve)sg
with the inedicines for a short timeI
cordinig to time directionis, and strictly strlg
to your rules as to diet, &c., site was p~f~i
cured, and now enjosys the best of Ita It) .
I remnaitn, Dear Sir, yours trly
(Signied) J; NOBI.
AN EXTRtAOtaDINARY ANtD RAPID O00
Enfl~t.As IN TimE LIU,AF'TEaUM3.oWfC t
Compi, of a Letter from Mrs. ElimsdtcA Tates
of thec l'ost Ofwrc, Aldavicc Road, r~o ts bg -4
uses., dated Jan'. 12thi, 18353.
To rnsovEssoa ntosowAr,
Sir,-I sufTered fur a ttiniderabte peroi
fruot a severe attack mf Erysipsehas, whi
length settled in my leg, and resisted all"
cal treatment, Amy sufferings were vey 1, -l
amid I qumite despasired of any permatient -
Ilnent, when I was adiseiHd to ltare recourye to
youtr Oitniment andl Pills. I did so withoutlte-~
lay, and asm hia my ts say the result wvas cml- -
iieintly successful, for they eflected a idcal
curn ad amy legr amnd restore tne to thseenjoy
mnitSt of healt Ii. I shll ever speak wtth the
uitmuost confidence of yotir mtedicines, ad have.
recotnimeinded ithein to others ina this' hbori
hiood similarly aillicted, who deri 4nat
1 ain, Sir, your obliged anti faithifti &'ant.
(signead) El] ZAiDETiI EATE$;
The Pills shmulmd be used cosnjoindhf wtithrthe
Ointment in most mof the following cases S
fladl Legs, flad Bireasts, Blurtis, itmotIh,
liite of tluschtetoes andi San.-~s Ce ,-bay,.
Chilego foot, CIhilblaitns, Chapped hant ~onss
(Soft,) Cancers1 Contracted and Sti ointli,
Elephmantiasis, j.-istulaus, Gout, Glandr Swel
lings, Lumibago, P'iles, l&Iheumatism, 1dm,
Sorts Nipples, Sere-throats, SkingIse cthr
sy, Sore-heads, Tutmours, Ulcers hds,
F~ssoR ntOLLowA, 244,TA3.ls E
r LE liva,) LoiN loN, anti also ats a.11tuse IN
N~w YoxK. Oaunaas.fur hi Jirefin the
States, addrussed T. IlotLtoWAV"KIYoax,
will receive ane attentions. A so b all.
respiectablea Drutggisisa ndI Dealers'I Medicines
thmroutghoutt the isnited i~sates, in. Pots, at 37 1.2
cents. 837 centts, and $1. 50) enst-eachm. To hm
hiatd Wholensale at the princi~pt;Dtulg ifouses int~s
09" Thmere is a considerabte ase iy ta$ '
itng thle larger sizes.
N. Il.--Dirsttions for ths Utidance P~Sots
ina every disordler are affissto ya .ot. 6