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A lny oft Lovc,
BY G. D. PtEIJ.NTICE.
Velence again I've seen thee,
And mn'evcry thought is thino,
Ay I keel to tiet in wt.rh:p
"'As Lan bNo, ::hrie.
.. " *Jmh y spirit's si'ent chamI beII rs,
h.Vere hplin may never b',
ne lonely light is burning.
- 'Tia a holy love of thee.
I see thee-oik I see thee
In the shadows on the river,
Y me thee~inl the: mnon's sweet 4011ms
That ''n thler b.;ht lake quit., ;
I see thee mn the iists that monv.
- Like specters o'er the streams,
And at midnigit deep I see thee
In the shadowy wxord of dreamns.
"".r thaee--oh, I see thee
v in the gentle flowers of spring,
And in tihe tint the rainbow wears
Upon its I!eeing wing
J see thee in the su'-et hues
That gush along th- West,
And I see thee in the dew drop
That gems the rose's baeai.
I hear thee-oht, I hear thee
In the mnrmuring of the waves,
And in the soft and twilight gush
Of fountains from their eaves
I hear thy voices music
In each song that wanders by
in the.ca.d jce of the night bird,
And the wind's mysterious sigh.
J hear thee-oh, I hear thee
in tim chime of evening bells,
And in tlie tone that o'er the deep
At solemn twilight swells
I hear thee in the forest lyres
Swept by the breath of even,
And i.i the low deep spirit voice
'That tolls the coal of Heayen,
I love thee--oh. I lown thea-.,
Thou art in the darkest hour
To my soul a star, a fount, a bhd,
A music tone, a flower .
I Jove thee, and thy dear thought thrills
Each fibre of ! V frame
ike 1li ven's own lightning, and my heart
In each throb calls thy name.
I love thec--oh,' love thee
And I would these words were borne
To thee on evary himy ureezt
Of eventide and morn
I love thee-and I would these words
* Were written on the sky,
And on each star and flower and leaf
' That greets thy gentle eye.
A CnAPTEa Os Kissis.-An editor
who confesses by implication, lo large
occular experience of a time honored
custom, for which the present fashion
of ladies bonnets oilers temnpting facil
ittes, sums up) the fruits of his practice
in this wise:
hardly any two femnales kism alike.
There is ats muiCh variety in the mian
ner of doing it, as in the faces and
,manners of the se.y. Some delicate
little creatures meesely give a slight
br ushm of the lipi. TJhis is ai sad age a
vattion. We semam to !se aboutt to
have at goodl ti tme-buti actually
nothing. Others~ go into it liiLe a hun
*gry man to befatenk, and' seemmm to
.chewv up our counmLltenaces. Thmis is
.disgust itne, and soon dirives away a
sdelicte hver. OJthers struggle like
henIs when'z burying thmemtselvyes with
diry dirt. Thei~ kis is wonm by great
'xetios ma' is not worth the troublei
i t cots Now, we are in favor of* a
certaint shytness w hen a kiss is proposed
but it should not be conmttmue~d too
lung. and when the f'air otne gives in,
ect her *0aduminister it" with warmth
adic energy. L~er there be a soul with~
.t lfshe ekose her ey es, anmd sighF
&lienl immiediately 'after it, the efl.'et
is greater. She shoiuld be e:r.lully
not. to "slobber" a kiss, bu't give it as
a humn g ird runs hais bills into a
btonecvsuckle, dep but delicately.
There is mfuchl virttue in a kiss, whenm
well delivered. We have the memory
oftone we received itn (our yotuth, which
lasted us forty years; amnd we belive
- it will be the last thitng we shall think
of' when we die.
LADY LAwYEs.-One of the female
speakers at the late Woman's Rights
Convention, h:'ving stated that she
wvas studying law with a view to prae.
fice, the New Bedford Mercury treats
the stubject thus humorously:
" We wish the New Portia aill pos
siblo success, thought we cannot help
thimsking she wotl do better with a
little 'mmn thani Lyttleton, wvithi a bettor
esp than ai capias. All wom'*n like a
dec laratiotn, though most prefern another
lind to that ini a writ. Still, our
Bllackstono ini skirts mnay succeed wvon
derfully well in courting, and win a
silk gown in aidvanece of all her comnpeat
itors. The onil' injustice is that rhet
oric mnay he hetghtened aind rendered
more heavenly by a prett.y counten
aince, the presamnt mace of latwyors being
by no meaus beautiful as to the phiz.
In that case, as Sappho lilchted the lau
rels fronm Pindar, not by the force of
Iher poetry, but by the fairness of her
* a~ce, so 'Squtire Nancy or P~oll may
carry offrdecisionis fronm our soft heart
ed ju.d:es, wlon the~ law and the evi
dermee are both on the sidle of somne
* onganosed, ill-tfavol-cd, spseetd pmendor
it pantatloons."
. WVe are convinced of the sitncerity
of Nicholas in makinig the avowval. t'at
rb one desired the peace of the world
re tbwu e did---the peacie of the
W dtludedl to being, ao doubt,.Tur
ACS o.v CNiutIss AND TREATIES
I'Assmt.--The ibllowing are among the
ruty in:poIrtaIt ja.blic acts passed by
C 'igress .at. its session just termina.
ted:
The rv'ulir A ppropriation bills.
T'hea I:a i*sa::1 uad Nebraska bill.
'T'he bilil providing for six first class
war teantwrs.
T1h,' T1' a !!!tn bill ofthe Gadsdenw
The [Honiestead bill for Kansas and
Nebraska.
The bill extending the warehousing
system.
The bill to give eaTeet to the Cana
dian r.'ciprocity treaty.
The Till repealing the Minnesota
iRLilre.ad Land bil.
TIREATIES.
''he Gadsden treaty.
The British Colonial Reci;-rocity
treaty.
The Comnmiercial treaty with Japan.
The Neutrality treaty with Russia.
Sundry trea! ies extin'gui-hing the
Indian titles in Kansas, Nebraska and
other Territories.
How SnE FELT wnEN 'IRST KISSED.
-A lady friend of ours says the first
time she was kissed by a "ller," she
f.It like a big tub of roses swimming
in honey, cologne, nutmeg and chick
erberries. She also felt as if sorne
thing was running thro' her nerves on
feet of diamonds, escorted by several
little Cupids in chariots drawn by an
gels, shaded 1 umeysuckles, the whole
spread b :melted rainbows, Jerusa
lem what power there Is in a full
breasted-kiss
: I He who hath good health is
young, he is rich who owes nothing.
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN,
WM. IlAYNSWORTIt. JOlHN T. GREEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUT.1TERVJLL.E, S. C.
W1(LL practice in Sumter and the ad.
joinling Districts.
February 15th, 1831. 26 tf
JOHN T. DARBY.
W ITIT
.G. LITTLE & CO.
awrTrr.. 3 n.. cGTT, C. ' J.C htON.
No 99 KIN&i . T R E ET,
Ne dour to Vietnrir IHotet.
CIlARLESTON S. C.
'..C on hand-A large and Fashionable
Stoc'k .'a,
:.T .a.IPWEST rOnSipi.E PRICES.
stIlltTS, 11081 ERY, U.llltt.LA8, &C. f
WiHOLESALE ANDt RFTAIL.
Apr. 12, 1551. 21 ly
White Lead ! White Lead!
10,000 LIJS. PURE WJIITE
LEAD for sale low.
j. & J. Bt. EWART,
Columbia, 8. C.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly
IILLS HOUSE.
THOMASS. NICKERSON
P ro p ri e tor ,
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
F'eb 29, 185-1. 18 ly.
C. P. REMSEN,
cSt TCESSORL TO R. IIAWLY,
Ii U/ ESbALE AND RETIIIL
'I X (lFA CTUlUER OF
Richadion S'ret-~ No. 809.
'rWO DOORS lIEL.OW TIlE MARK ET,
CO)IUMBIA, S.- C.
Marc:h 15, 1851. : 20 ly.
COluBERiS& MRHR L
WIVIOLE.SAL, &. RET AJL
DA'f LAIRS !.V
F.ANCY & STAPLE D)RY GOOD)S,
No. -1, (siranite Range,
CorI.U3tnr.A, S, C.
5:l All orders thank fually received and
promptly attennaed to.
11ENJ. R. CllA MiERS. WM, MAIRSIIAILL,
A pril 19, 185-1. % 6tn
N. A. COHEN & (COlN.
IMPIORITERIS& DEALERS IN
FOREIGN and D01YIESTIC
No. 1I17 Enst Bay,
NATIIAN A. COfhEN,
LE~Ai'POLD COJ IN.
Mar 2~, 151. CIIA RLES'TON, S. C.
DR. C. H. IIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NE AlR T'IA (COUR T' 1[0OUSJ.
DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
Articles.
$ELECTrED EXP'RE.SSIX FORt Tlls
.MA RKCET.
March _15, 1851 20 .
A. BROIDE,
Dealer in Provis~ionis, Flour,
BL- A(CO0N G1 OC ER JE, WINVES,
LiQUORS, CJ1ARs, TOBA1 uCO.
TE A S, &c.
Plantation Supplies and
COHNTRY P' IODHU(E.
TEA, MOLASSES, CihEESE, &c.
194, Rildon Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
March, 15, 1851. 20 ly.
PAVILION HOTEL,
HI. Li. BUTTrERFIELD,
PLANTERS ' HOTEL,
BY G. WV. BOMAR.,
Sot-rncorner of Chu arch and Queecn.sts
JrBROWNING & LEYIAN"
IFOl'0RAWS OF
Frenul., Ihaiti 1. aid 4Aermana
DRY GOODS.
209 and 211 King-reet corner of Mar
ket Street,
C11A R IMS TON,; S. C.
CAURiTINS..-Inrrain, 3 Plysz, 11rus
sel Tap try andt Velv'tt.
CI'ItTA IN 1IATElIAL-S, in Silk, Satin,
and W'orpted.
CURTAIN CA31l1RICS and 3IJSLINS, in
larm- variety.
E3IlItIIDICIE ) LACE and MUSLIN
CIJiRTAINS, all styles.
4.1 'COltNcI S, in all the new desianas.
CTRAT'A IN (II'S, IOLDERS, LOOPS,
I)APEltY COltD and hIELI. ItOPES,
im all varietie.
hItl'I'ISII and AMERICAN FLOOR OII.
CL( OTI IS.
Ir.VIt anid Gil;)' STAIR RODS ani
STAIR CAitl'ETIN(i , of all stles.
WILrON, VELVET, amn A.MIN TElt
RIJGS8, in grent variety.
'I.ANT'ATI IN WO OENS-IL .AN
K ETS, PlI.AINS. K EIISEYs, CAI'S,& .
Iced and White FI.ANNELS, SIIIItTINGS,
&e.
COTTON OSNAIIURGS, of all the beSt
Southern makes.
English and American COrTON FLAN.
N EIS.
French. English, and Anerictan PIlINTS.
1.,11NENS OF, RICIIARlISON'S superior
make, for Shoctings, Shirtings, l'illow Caes,
Table laannsks. Doylies, Napkins, Towvellings,
Buckcaac ks, Fruit Cloths, II. E. D~iapers,
Grass Cloth?, &c.
CL.OTIs, CA Si)EilS td lV:STINCS
of best French Gools.
SI;tVAN'rs CLOTUS, in all ahusig sdesof
Einglish (oods.
MA'T'N j' TWEI)lS, JIEANS and LIN
SEYS, of all quahtucs axmd styles.
.vWT A F 'I.I, .tsonITry Ik
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, Trisi is, IIAtEt;ES,;(:RIEN
AINIS, SIl'SI.lNS, ke.
IlO3IlBA'1lNFS;, AJ.l'ACAS and MOUIN
ING GOODS11, in great variety.
Ef'llIIt1.DIERS and .A LC;IGOOg, of ev
ery delscrip tton.
EVENING DitESS Goods in Great variety,
eonstali):y receivet.
All the above are of our own
DIRECT UMPORTATIO1ii,
and offlred at the I.( W ES'!' 1A IK El' Prices.
TERM --Cash,, or City Aaeeptance.
3'T The one price system strictly ad
hered to, and all Goodls Warranted.
IlltOWNINi; & LEM1AN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, Gth, 185.1. I1 if
Pardware, Paints, and
Oils, &c.
J. & J. B. EUIIIRT,
COL UMIIBIL-, S. C.
MiGN OF TIE G(OLDEN JACK-I'.ANEI:,
Om-er for sale at very low prices, a large ani
wMjl :?sorted ,tock of
M1I1,L-.1W~ IN' .t .Y I) .1111,1.. IKRO'yS
I' Al.' T, OII.S, A N) I) YE.
STU FFS.
t7 Goods delivered at thje Ih:put free of
charge.
J. & J. Is, EWAIT.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Agency for Iron Railing and
Ornamnental Work.
TE suabscribier a ill rercive aardersa faar
Cast I ran Rtailings, mod other lIon work manu-.
facturedl lay
aCIIASE & BROTIlERS,
fIlaotn. Th'Ie Wiark will bie delivered in
Chiarleston at iraston laices with thae expenses
of Iloaing, Freight Inaautrance, Drayage and
Whtrfage addled.
Anty paerson wishaing illusatrtated caralognea oft
the ditik-rent deaignas an heo supplied bay appaly
iang at mny store, wheare spiclinenas of cuome of tihe
articlec cani also he seen.
A cataloguea can he aeen at thre otliee oaf the
Sumnter Ilanner.
a ~JOSEP'II WillI-DElN.
No,. eat 1- Easat Ilay, oppoasaaite P. & 31. Itank
(Charlesatan, S. C.
Transparent WiTnd*ow
Papier llanginga,
UIPIIOLSTEI AGIN AM) IIDDING
WIARE 11OUSE.
WIl0LESAlE & RETAIL,
117 King Street, Charkeston, 8. C,
TI IIE aiibscraber in rocciting a large assaort
mnt oft lie aboavae gaoodtl.
50.000) IBulls oft Paper Ilangings ; 100 parirs
of Winadow Sh~rae , l00 Mintrraseu, oft every
desceriptiain. Alsno, Pillow.., lalisrters, Ilace atnd
3lcnalini Curtains, flcnmaak, i4aaln Deicanen,
Cnorrnico, Illindas, Fire Screas V'enitianr lilind,,
All iki nds of I'phlsadtring, anal thae busaincss
ast cusually attmede toa in allI its brtaanchesa.
II. WV. KINSIIA N.
Boots & Shoes.
JAMES FENTON,
107, R1ich ardson Street/,
CO).U3JIlIA, S. C.
IIAS conrstantlhy oan hanad anad is daily rece'iv
inag freala suajpies oft all kinds oft I~adies anid
aenatlemaent's Ihacot atnd Shoaes aof thet latest fai,-g
iaanai. Alaso, FRt EhI CAI.-KINS anid 80O.E
I,.E ATII ER faor ihot-makers.
raa I'5, 1851. 20 ly.
3. B, NIXON,
Corner Qu1Ieen andl Chuirch-sts.
Charletoni, S. C.
Feb. 29,a 1851. 1s I y.
Samuel Jeff'ords,
CO 11 11SSION AERW A N'1',
Ome'cr, Non-rn Co~avaancoL WuiAR!
CilARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
FISK'S MIETALLIC COFFINS of al
sizes, constantly otn hatnd andl for salo
bay IUD)SON & IROT1II~'lt,
Opp. Temnperance Hall Sumnterville.
Who Wantis Money ?
Tihe caubscribor for one, as paartienileriy tar
wanat of it, anrd he hopes that thoase who have
patronized hImt so liberally, will contimate their
friendahil. ay paayang up, and enabling him to
met theo demands of othtern. CwaEl cnnno,
Columbia Clothing
Fullings, Bostwick & Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
flAVIE constantly on hand the largest
stock of
in this place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than any other estab.
lishitne;t in Cohmtnbia.
Their Clot ling is nanufiictured by them
selves with particular reference to this
market, and they feel warranted to say it
is interior to none, and SUl'ltlORt "T
MOST CLI'IIING ofl'ered in any part
of the country. Their business is con
duct ! upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods marked in
plain lintures upon each article by which a
uniformity of price is observed, and the
mnexperienced buyer is onabled to . make
his purchases at as low a rate, as the nore
experienced and better jmbdre. Persons
visiting Columbia are respectfully invited
to an examination of onr stock and prices.
February 15th, 18.1. 16-'.
-- N otice.
Look Up Street,
Wi-:nn Cr..unx's IIOTIU. is still in op
eration-(thanks to the kindness of good
friends)-reatdy to receive customers, and
ettertain then. to their ent ire sat is tction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his iHotel shall not
be excelled by any honse in the countrv.
lerythi ng the market can furnish shal1l
be spread upon his table, well cooked and
cleanly. T'ie lads are all in good order.
and shall he kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Clark liledges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, 1831 1i if
Important Notice,
FEL.LOtW CITI'4ENS:- -it is a pactnftt tas:k
todn,but stern necessityawi your ne lige'nce'
and forgetfulness, demand that I shole remiindi
all thost: indebted to n, either by note or ae
Count, to come to taw with the chink, hides or
Burn at the mill, en or before the fint M.I.tay
in March nest, to save yonrselver of disipleas
are and to chetat..awyere, Sherifi, Id petty
Constable, ont of cost, for
At tIe lhes of a penny
Yon'll grumble and groan.,
As thouguh the rhenmties
Were piercing each, honte.
The ghost of hadl sheillings
Foreve'r you will lunnt,
.tart you shbakie, least to-morrow
Miio;nld brime yon to wan ut.
r-ry 'ay jpl, <.wl save costs, atnd there will
yet he i crust left youn1.
W31. R A tIN iD BUT LF;It.
Jatn. 25, 185 l 13 1 f.
To the Public,
JOHlN CIIN.1 t fe.i-rs lihi res ine Ih
esitizJnsi of Nutier D)j-trt and the puhitte gen.
raily and pledgtte luiuself to give every atten
tion to the i'ale of all prope4rties entrusted to his
hands on commission, either at anet in or pri
vate sal. 'T'he tacilities Ie enjoy , as t" situa
tioin and his tong experiece in the hnsiness are
satiditory evidene of hip ability to doi justite
to any who mu y employ hit.
Feb 22, 15t. 17 ti
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLUTJIh/4, X. l.
WIIOLESALE- AND RlETAIL
Dealers in
Pure I)rnys, J|cdi inea C~hi i
(!EiNlN ANDI P()PUL4Alt PATENT1
medicines,
A complete assortmetnt, of the best qnulity,
andti at the lovee.t prices.
afarech 15, 18:i1. 20 ly.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Subscriber will pay 12.2 cents per
potnnd in cash51 for any~ gniani ly of ol lIrass
o'r C<,pper, delivered at his shops, near the
Wilmingtoni auid Manchester RL. R. Depot
Iln Sumtterv.ille.
TI. J. COG IlLAN.
Feb'lruary 28, 1851 18 tI.
Home Industry.
-. TIlE Siubscribetr takes this
met.hod of inforing hi" frie nd
ni the ifbic, that lhe haii recently enlarged
Carriage Shop,
amd prornred the se-rvices of several good work
meitn, and is no3w readhy to biuild V'ehic-les of anay
deiscript ion at thec shitest no~tice. lIe promises
to repair wtithiIi neatness atnd d1epatchi and! sat.
isfy all thosen who tmay favor him with gatron
ng~e, in cheapness &c,
I U. c. POT'I'..
I.Y N cIIn Ln , 8. C., .May 1(u, 1851. 28 t i
50 Country Hams,
JUTreceived anud for sale by
J1. T1. SOLOMIONS & CO.
May 17. 14 29 ti
-PROVISIONS.
C.outtttry lits, andl Shioul ders,
Potk led Ileeof andiu Tlongtues
G;ishen~u ltniter, Itice, Flour &.e.
M1 ixmil Pick les, in ptts, gps. atid 1-2 gals.
Olives, Ca:pers &.i
Cantdos.-, l1:uisonis & c
Raiso 0 0k t B)Ioxes!n at a Doillar pecr llox
Apr., 5, 1851. 23 tf.
E. R, COWPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
CI1 I,E.STION, S. C.
Feb. 291, 18541. 18sm
For Sale.
Tf HIE SUBSCRIIIERL ofl'rs for sale 013
Jvery rieasionabile terms, some valuable
improved! and. nimpllrovedl lots in the T1own of
TSumutervialle. For paurticulfari, appl~y tim
Ali('II. AND)ERSON.
Mumoterville, Jan. 3d. 1851. 10--f.
McKENZIE'S
CO.XPECTrIONAu AND F'ANC I
Store,
Ko. 13:6~, Rihrw *Strfeet,
CO)LUIJIlA, S. C.
PARITI EM AND) WEDDIINGS I'' N 1-811ED
AT SIlOlt'TEST1 NOTICWE.
WHIOL~ESLE AN]) R ETAIL.
T.' C. WORTHII
A N D)
Forwarding M~erchant,
AT TilE 01.) STAN) OF 8. & J. UIt .ntE'T
. S. & E. M. GI 113 1' RTI'
continne the CAR I R RA GE
IIUSINENN at the above
stand--No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Chrleston-where they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, cot
prising those of their own manufacture,
together with various other sty!es usually
found in this tmarkaet. Their long acaaint.
atce with this market as mantfacturers
and dealers will ctable then to ofer great
inducements to purchasers both in styles
and prices.
March 15, 1854l. 20 ly
Cabinet Wareroom,
F. M. ANDREWS,
Tales this imethdl of informing the citizens,
of Suimnterville and vicinity,
that lie has just openermd on
the corner above Clarks Iow
tel, his NIEW CAIIINECT
W A tlF.OOM, where lie will keep for sal,
cheap, all such furniture as comes under thi4
department of his trade; and will furnish four
eash, at Clharl-satoa prices, all descriptions of
Furniture made. liepaliring executed at the
shoirteat notice.
Mahogany and plain Coffins furnished with
out delay.
Felt. 8, 1551. 1 if.
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
IlUtL'r lt & N E?HilRY ioul, r"spectfully
inform their frnds and the Public generally,
that they ha ve just received a large and weal s.
lected Stock (Jf
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
emithracing every qualit y and sivle of . A DIl ys
l)ItIC8 (O(11) ; Ilelavv (ihnssls. &ct., !:rocer,
itat, lloots and - 'e's of every description; lattest
style. lhats and! (' Ilet Ilardlware :and ('ro'k,-ry:
Iteady lade Cautlint, etc. etc., to which Ih,.
particautrly miit' attention.
-- .t 1.80 --
A lot of CIOICF, SE(ahtS.
Notice,
A 1.I. psersons ho are in nay -debt a fee.
Will jdaen to come forward.'aol pay it n toe,
For I au nowl out of tht' indul gin f ielado,
And couldn't widt lontg.'r. indeed, if I aouti
The h terfhas got me, with harness on hack;
And moon 'm to trot on a ecry rough track,
if my friends don't comue forward and give
mse a lift,
I'll go to the devil, swrm, all ina adrift,
!tut rather taan go to him .so early, hark ve!
I'll give a we hit of a heint; now l)ark mela'
If you don't pay iup, right unter your noses,
I'll take all your papers, atd fivu theca tuo
:!lures,
Awl is e ,. oh, t'ier, y.r'hl get your faritj
In hell, he'll roast you tike a lyrin,
J. S. II'li. M, I).
Clarendon, Feb., 8, 185 I. 15 tf
NEW STORE
Thtird Do)- Smth of' || 'Tar /
awnea opp1i 11osite J'ida &u HI 11x/me
I 1l' subscriber.woild respctfully in.
form the citizens of Snumterville and
the public generallv, that he fias opt'nead at
tie above place a geaera I assortatent of
Dry Goods, lhoots anl Sboes, flats and
Caps. Ilnrdware, Crockeryware, &c. &c.
A.so, A Choice lot of Family Groceries of
every deEefrpnai, with Fruit of various
kinds, such as ()ranges, Apples, Lemons,
&c. &.c., whi:h ie will ae'll very low for
Calh.
J. H.\RtisT.
Nov'. 9b, 1%'3. 1) bv
In Equity---Sumter District,
William L~ewis,
Admi'r. or HIL.
Leontardl White,
tvs. IF. J. & M. Moses
('huarle's WV. Miller. JComnpl'ts. Sol's.
The creditors of the late Dr. JAuies IIFsvu
swonrun, entitledl to claiundae~r hais iaaoigantent
ao the taove named Dteendant, execuateda oan
the 28tha day of Juily A. ID. 812.aire htereby tn
tilled that, byv tan order In the abhove stat,-d
cauase, thaey are reqauiredt to estalisht thaeir de
Imandle s'etore lae, (Coaan'missioa.r ini F.,< uity for
Sminte'r District arores:aidl, on or twsthre the
first day ofl Maty niext.
I also give ntlice that I will uintil te
said first daty of Mlay ntext, receiv' proposal< foir
the, satle tar a part of the real estate conveyed bey
the said atssignmutent, lying partly if tnot wholly
ini the corporalte limtiits oif Sanum.ervillea, botundell~
bt lands of Dr. .1. C. IIlrvsswon-rna, W. [.
n tUNsoN, 'T. 3. Cout.ss s tnd Mrs. 'C. Hons.
SAKOn, andu lay tho niew rioad rtning f'rttm Stam
tortille tot thec steama ataill oif T'. J. t 'unl r.. s &
('ti., stupposted to containt abouut onec haundred anid
sty aicre'..
W, . 1. Ii IAyNs4WOlTIrI,
Comt'r. ini F.qutity 8. 1).
Dec.27. 1853. 9 if
TINDAL, WATSON &CO,
TI! R sublscarihets havig estalishedca thtem-i
aselves at alue stnad opposlite A. 3. MIoses' Store,
respe'cafutlly sdoliciaM the attentionl of thteir friends
antd the pulic to their wtell selected stock..
Thteir assortmnt coamprises all articles usuaially
ket, (efrrepingtf Iibjuors) and will be constantly
repllenishaed, and dlisposedl tott as favorable
terms as are oflE-red tany where.
IlTt'ir stock conisistsa in part as feillow:
laadies' 1)rems G'aods ande Trimmintgs,
lAdies' Ctallars, Cheamisettes, anad Undter
Lares'a, ':dgintgs, anad Inisert ings,
Jtaconaet atal Swis-s insi lna.
JItaits' tad ge'ntlement's I.. C Ildakf 's.
A laree l~t tof Ilosiery anal Gloves, Cravat..
and Stock... Also,
A full supply or Priants anda Domestics.
OIltOCIl RI ES, Iliad ware. Ilolioware,
('arpente'r's and hlaxcksmaith's Tools,
(iisaa'ra P'umptjs and Pipes, Cacrritea TIrim.
Crocikery tad Glasswtare, Sadtdlery ad
I larntes..,
h, oas, Slatss, Hats, Caps, iteady mtade
Clothinag, &c'. &. &c.
TINI)AL, WATSON & CO.
JIut:.. S. T1IsIA r..
SA.autet. WA-rsos.
II. W. G,.inotast.
F'ebruaary 2J2, 1851 17 tf'
To The Public,
Auuctioureer's Notitce.
.i l S 11. CI.A RK begs leave to noti
fy the citizenas oft Stamitervillei and the vi
eittity, that he is ntow preparedl ao give hais
entare attenttiotn to anty butsinaess itn the
action line, ie htas had soame experience.
atal hopes lay dliigenace antd attention to
maerit a share of public favor.
Smtnterville, lan. I tht, 1851. 11--tift
NEW (000 .
Thte asnbbscribers atro nowi an receipt of'
their SPRING ANI) SUM allER STOCK,
consasting of every v'ariety of Gents' anid
Iadies' dress goods. Groceries, l!arud
ware &c., which they are prepared to sell
as cheapah as this niarket can afford. Please
call and examine for yourselves.
R. C. WEBB & Co.
Alpr., 5, 185.'4. 23. If'.
TeNegro Shoes,
Tesuabscriher bas made arraangements t'or
that manufacture of fl'om Four to Five Thousatnd
pairs of' the atbovo ar'tia'lo by theoFA L[L. For
re ference' as to qality, he would respectfully
refter persamns who may be disipos-'d to purehae
of haim, to those wvho patronuised him l at, year
As to price, he will guaranutee them aa'how as
DYSPEFSIA!
CAN BE CUREI!
IbcA)1i W'S lIi' A 1)i E y Vl:," or Ilaisam of
Life is, after a trial of upwarn lsof twenty year.
in a great variety of easre, confidently offered to
the puibe, especlly to those anflieted with the
noet distressing ciinplaint, us a sure and speedy
relief for their sifferings.
Itend the i'follwiig certifirntes. They are
fromn gen-tlernen of high standing und residing
in your inmmediate vicini ty. They are hut one
or two Of the manny in ouir posession all extoll
itg the healing virtues of thi, (to use the words
of it grateful Dispe~ptic who wits eured by its
ue) most precious compoumil.
Certiceite from the Re . eiarIrv'l Xpeein.
r'are n vt rar.E,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
MIr. ('ntsa. Ily:t.otastl.
Dear Sir: -Iast spritr.' I used two miiall bot
tes of your lialsatn of Lift) and exlperienrei
much hcenelit. I took it two or three times dai
ly, a teaspoanful at a close in a wine glass of
water.
It acted on my liver. anil imlrtried a healhv
tone to ail my iigestive ornans, relieting mie of
destress.ng hadn/eur, and :iiany other lisagreen
ble dy!s;pie ";mtona.
(Signed] if. SI.AIN.
Mir. CIAS. )11.013F:
DI-s Sin :-I take great pleasure in recom.
nending your "Ilnine de Vie." which I have
often used. and alweny with decidled relief
when silerit from atecks of i)vspejpsia. At
onsc a stjint init, tonic and eatlartie', I anm sit
isied it twill prolve emiuetly -ervicebtle to all
who are afflicted with yIespepsia. Its general
intresluurition througliout the countitry Will be a
pthllic benec-it.
To keep ai supply constantly on hand, which
I woull no exchange ihr all the A nti-dyesep.
tie nostrnus fronm !enine to Texas.
Yours respectfully,
(Signed JOHN V. ERVIN.
I",ir tale Ii',
1eiLi.ELL t- IIRI'1TON, Vholerale Agents
SmnXiterville, S. '.
Also for sale by Dr. W. Jar. I).tncse & Co.,
and.i ire:i: & TJ'noatso . Siiumtervill, S. C.
Itoc a.: ts & SrcF:.aCst , llihopev ille, S. C.
\oveiher 9, 18.3 if
SillSS O rd.
s W U, ' N & DeROSSET,
180t sMET s STREST, NEW11 YORK
Wl'.illNG'IoN, N. C.
('uon lI'cItor.sr andc (eeneral C'mmuis
.vio.n .emie rr i ns.
D 11. McL.AURI N. E .. will give per
i sonal nand special attention to the in.
terests atcl orders of i-i friends in this
State and Ilie adljoinlii Counties of North
Carolina, who riiy favor these Houses
with their patronage'. (Consigmanents of
proeliuet tue Le I ouse in New York, either
hv wa' of Charleston, Georgeton, or
Wilhninugton. will be covered hv insurance,
if notice if the shipment he lromnptly giv"
en.
.lit 1, 18~:3 27-tf
Improved Cotton Gins:
I hankful for east favistir ril1e ainherib.ar wi. h
es to iii|Brin the plblii: that lie still i ianifae.
tures ('o ton 4Gius at his est: thlishuent in State
I burg, ora the niaest impnhroved and approved plai.
which ie thinks that tie cotton girned on oe
of thse gin of the lute improvement is worth
at least a equarferuf . cen more than the cot
ton gimneel on the ordinary gin. lie also man
nfaetures ltheim on the most siinp-u colstruction,
of the finest finkah and of thie best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws anai titsel Plated iibs Case
hardened which he aiii sell feo $' per Saw.
IIe als repairs old gins and puts them in cot
plete order at the shourtat notice. All orders for
;ias will be prweaptly and punctuall y atteidled
to. WILL.lAM I'L,.ISON.
Statehurg. Sumter iiiet, S, C, Febt 17,- 26
Veterinary Burgeon.
ItOUIJhlT .W. ANI)REWssS niotefies the
citizens or this, nind the aidijohug Districtis,
iliat lie has renimveid his Stabeles near the lie
pot of the W. & M . It. Rtoado, where lie is ready
at all times toc iak e charge iof dihseaied hlerse's
for a omoderate charge ;in nil ciases where there
ise no cure neo pay will lbe expecitd. lie alsoc
ceontjiies to9i ake Paissentgeri tol end froim the
TDepce, vndm experts slie.'y to recive a New
Omibuilis fcr that purpose. Goodls he will haiul
at thce iehl rate of 10 ceinc ta or package, and
soici th de pcaironage of the publit'.
Felt. 22, 1833 17--tf
LEONARD CIEAPIN,
Manlulaeturer and De~alcr in
Carriages and Harness,
O F ever y descripctioin, Non 12-1, 3Mcetinti street ,
andh 38 I ent wort hstreet. next to the ocld stancd
of Gilberts & 'hialcin, Chatrlestoni, .9. C.
Negroes Bought and Sold,
TIll uinderisigned hcas opened~u aii onice at No.
16 Siate Street, Chiarlesmton, where lie hias cen
heandl a niurahecr oef L.IKELY YOUNG Ni-,
G ItOElS for ceale from which he can csupply ilhe
wianms of any of the commnuity. These Ne.
gres are pcurchcased in Marylanid, Virginia,
Northi and South Ctaroliina. TIo hiN hot lie is
contiinual ly recei'.ing nCeesions. Thke highest
prices pacid att all ihine for negroes.
J. M. E. SIIA R P E,
16 St aite Street.
Charleston, D~ec.. 21, I833. 8 ly
Law Notice.
J. B. N. HAMVMET,
ATT~ORNRY' AT LAWV,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Otlicc next door to J. B. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
March 22, 1-t.'i1 21--tf
For Cash, And that only.
Th et-pe'-t- GROCERIE.S ever ceoldl
in'- Sum-' e, canl be0 hiad frotm GORDON
& i. L I 4. M elileu's I ltd Stantd.
pa of the finest qualayI and mostt apl..
ucrot ed Branads in the wvorld, togelbher with
P'rcserved Fruits of dilTerent kinds, Syrups,
Nuts, &c. A share of the public patron.
nage is desired, provided it is accomnpanied
lby the CAS11, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
Jttne 14th, 185333
-REMOVAL,
IWI IlE-R & N EII ilERY have removed fromt
iheir formcer itiand to the one formerly'oc-cupiced
by E. ii. pHIING LE & CO., one door North of
1'.' ilOY'S Je welry Store,* where they would
be pleased to see uhe'tr friends and customeers.
Oct-5,'833- 491 if
FORWAA R DING
AND,
Commission M~erchant,
WILMINGTION, N. C7.
P1ARTIICULARt attetiont gIven to the SAIL
or 811 ll31ENTl of Naval Stores atnd Cottoni,
and liber CASII ADVANCES madhe on Con
sigonentt.
Administrator's Notice.
All personls htain~g domnands agamist
Estate of Mrs. E. Connors, de~ceasod, ae
requtestod to hand themrn prepe~jrly at teat
ed; and thtose indebted gildc-ieiermke
unrined iate panvtiatln -
For time Cosispleto Cure of
COULJIIS, (OLi1)X, IVFI.UENZA,
AN 'VIIIA. IIW(NCIllTIi. I'wrINtI
OF111.001), 4 ALL OrTIllie LUNG
C(Ol11'l.AI.VT. 'LNDING TO CON
x l'Ml*TIO.y
This preparationsa is getting into use all over
our I oimttry. 'he nutneruons letter, we re
reive frn.t our carious Agents, informing us of
cures eflected in their inunediate neighborhoods.
warrant us in saying it is one of the best, if
rnot the nrry best Cotugh Medicine now before
the public. It almost invariably relirres and
nt unfrequently cures the very worst cases.
W hef all other t'augh preparations have fail
ed, this has relieved the patient, as Druggists,
deIlers in mnedicines.ansd 'hyaicians can testi
fy. Ask the Agent in your nearest town, what
has beens his exlerience of the efets of this
Cledicine. If he has been selling it for any
length of time he will tell you.
I1' S THEl BEST MEDICINE EXTRACT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters
we have received lately regardi. g the virtues
of this medicine.
Dr. 8. S. Orlin, of Knoxville, Ga., says:
I hare been using your Lit'erwrort and Tar very
erteaniarely in my practice for three years past,
andl, it is rilth pleasure I state my belief in ist 4
superiority over all other articles teith which I
am arevjuanteil ;or which it is rerommrnsnded."
Messrs. Fitzgerald . knners, writing from
Waynesville, N. C. say:-" The Lirercort and
Tar is Iecoming dfaily more popular in this Coun
try, and we think justly so. All who have tried
it speak in conmmeneluble tans a/ it, and my it
is ery Ienefrial in allevriating the complauaet.. for
whir it is rerumnedeel."
Oir Agent In Pickens District, S. C. ,1r. S
iR. Mc'artll assures us " that hr uses it with great
benefit is 1his own family, and recomnicsds it to
his neighlrs." lie gives anl inestanat ofa Negro
womasa, in has viaanity, who hal been suffering
withdiseae of the Lungs for mniy years, at
tendeod with severe cough, who wa se4eved
by the Liverwort and Tar.
Sneh are the gesil reporte we her of this
Miedsicie froan all parts of the SouL For a
report of the surprising enres it has performed
in the Western und Northern asal Ea tern
State.', r-e would invite the suffTring patient to
read the ;samphlet which accompanies each
bottle. To all, we say, hare hope,.havc hope !
TRY THE IEDICINE!
BE WARNED IN SEASON !r!
Andal neeglest not that cough whichis. daily
weakening your coemtitution, irritating Your
thrL at and lungs, assi inviting on that dread di,
ease, ontsuption. wha'n so soothing and 'leal
ing a reely can be obtained as Dr. Roger's
Syrup of Liveerwort and Tar.
BLWAIUi 0'' (Ol)NT IFEITSAI)
liAS E IIITA'T'IONS !
The genuine article is signed Andrewr~g..
er", on the engratved wrapper around ciachalbt
tile.
Price, $1 per bottle,oraix bottles for $5...86lfJ
whole-ale and retail liv SCOVIL& lEA D,
111 Chartres St. fet. Conti and St. Lbnis
N. (., sole Agents for the Southiern States, to.
whom all orders and applications for Agencia.
rnust be addressed.
SOL1) ALSO BY
Mirr.ctst & BRi TToi, Sutnterville, S. C.
-1T. J.n'hott AN, Camden, 8. C.
t- J. i)Enass , Camden, S. C,
S. lts.tca, Orangeburg, S. C.
.lune 12, l451 31 6 mo,
sihe Far-launed MCdiCine(
HOLLOWAYLS PILLS,
.Thaese Pills being composed entirely of medli
eaiatl herbs are of a mesat haarnmless natuare
while the extraordinary virtues the~y posses.
hanve remateredi thaemn universally popular in
nsearly every part of then world, Vihe immense
success theny haave met with tharoughonat the
Statte as tutost extaordianary. owing, it in pre
sumned, toi their wounderfaul eilicacy in the cums
of Hilious eomplainats and disorders of she Liver
anid Stomaach. P'ersonsa who perseveru in u~sintg
them in accordance wvitha the directions, sel
decm faji in becing restoaredl to health.
W EA K. Ess A ND .D)EILIIY,-ESTop.,
ATiOiN TO I[F.A L'TH OF- A UENTLEMIAN,
AG~ED 45 WhlEN AT D)EA'il'S DOOR.
l'opya a Letter from the Rev. Ch/arles Smith,
dlated . *rmun, St. P'hilips, near Bath, Somaer
setshmire, 17th August, 1853.
Sir,- A Mir. Josiirnt Pt'rroN, formerly a res
idetnt oaf hids place, hsad bjeen in a declininig state
ocf health for upwards of three years, gradually
wiyastmng away to a sadow hiy nightly parsapira
tios :.and want of appetite, wich caused great
uineasiness to his. friends, as he had consualted
various medical ment in Bath, without elbect.
lie at last used your Pills, and under provi
dence, was restoared to healhh bi their ateans.
Hle lately emigrated to New York,anad has just
written to say, that he 'was never better in
health, arnd desired sme to acquaint you wvith the
ccanmstance. I ought also) to menation, -tht
my wife hauh derived great benefit from the nwe
of yotur Pills. I rea.ns Sir, yours respecifuily,
(ii ARLtE.S 8311TI'l, Dissentini Mini-ter.
A PEILM3ANENT! CIlE OF A JISEA5SED
IVEIl,OF MIANY YEARtS' DJURl' iON.
Copy of a Letter from Mr. Gjamis, (lhena?
Yeoril, to Professor Hlolloray.
Dear Sir,--itn thais district your Pills cc.
manid a snore extensive sale thxn any other
proplrietatry mnedicitie before the public. Ata a
prtoofoftheir eflica"cy ini Livernandliious Com-~
plainats I may mentaon the follow ing case. 'A
hly of this town with whomt I ant personally
aeqiainted, for years wgqs a severe sufieret
from disease of the Liver anal digeaative-organs;
hsermedical attendant assured hser that hie coulh.
dlo niothing to relieve her siyerinags, and it wasn
not lkely she cotuld survive snany rmths.
This aanouncemaent naturally caused great
alarm among her friends and relations, and they
inaduced her to make a trialaofyour Pills, whic h
so improved her general healt hthat she waa
induced to constinaue them unztil ilho reeihved o,
perfect cure. Thbis is twelve months ag6, and
she has tnt experiened any symtomts of aes
lapse, anid often declares that your Pilis have:
beeni the means of savitng hear life.
I remaain, Doar Sir, yours truly5
July 53rd, 1853. (Siganed) J. OAM is.
These celebrated Pills are wonad fl/y rou*
in ltae foill meag comsia wt
Agate, D~ropsy; hlttammtatiena, Sore Thxrgats,
Asthma, D -sentery, Jaundlice, Stone and,Graav.
el, IHilious 'omplainmts, Eryslpelas, Liver Com,.
plaint, Secondary Symptos, Blotches 6n thse
oaf the Ilowels, Crensumptin, Dlebility. 1'mrale
lrreguliarilies, Fevers of all kisnds, FI-ta,- Genat,
Ileadi-achte, Indhigestion, Lumbago, Pild*, lbeit,
mtasism, ltetenttton of Urine, Setaofuha, or
King's Evil, TVie IDosuureux, Tumiotars Ul
cers, Vensereal Alrections, Worms of all kinds,
Weakntess, from whatever cause, &c., &c.,
* Sot.o AT TitE F.STA~a.inMEtNT oF Pan.
FF~sen5 Ilogt.ow A i, 241, STR ANDa,(atr TEM~i
P t.E IIA ,)l.oNtcinN, anda also ait Isis iloUsr. :N
NEw YoRK. ORDtagt for M~edicinies inthe
States, addressed ,T. HIOt.t.QwAV,Ztw YoitI
will receive daue atteqtiosn. Sl also by nail
respectable Druggists aitid Dealers ini Medicine,
slhroughoat' the Unsitad Stastes, in Boxes .at
37J.J' cents ansd $i,50 cents each. Toleaa :a-.
Who,ale of the pritncipal Drug Houses in,
thkin thnen.~g~ i
gar' There is a connidecralp sayvitig b,
N. Dlricutins for tlyt guidlato. 4f.patients,
ipevery tIsorder ate ahited toi cutl~
b.'ur.ittit l'y

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