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AIA i'FAT AIN in ' I E Cumi ,n fro
Z ,_.t CtiNT l&FL'l' C
Mfanufacturer and General
DEALER IN
FIEAND PLAIN
A t v. ry le,' tpr'es foirest h. Ile isco fnstant.
New York, and now oilers a greater varies
than etmunI, especially so in FANCY AND
FNA .IllLL3D. FURNITURE, Sitting and
muocking C:hnirse.-.
A. i. (A.tit'c.'S SU PERIORt AN[D
'GitF.ATLY I~llltfypiit) PIANOS, at New
"York en-h prices. E AllT'iaows or Furni
ture gold by him arc warratnted'r a-e vear or
longer. All kinds cf Furnitfrc 'neatly and
promptly repaired.
A large lot of M.lIIO(C NY VEN EERS on
'hand, ns tth other Cabinet kIchier's Materials;it
-geat variety.
WAl.L-I'Al'Elt A N I) BORDERING, a
large and fich assortment.
!j? 'nnerals setveld it short notice with
1lealic nnd Wood Coffins.
lie would respectfully invite his ftrnds and
the public generally to call and exattinbhis
stock.
Marah 15, 185'. .20 ^ly.
ROBERT A. YONGUE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
BEGS leave to call the attention of his
friends and fhe puie to .leis
Large and 'handome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
1In addition to his former stock, he has jt~i.
)eceived a tew - and ertetati've assortment of
GOLD und SILVER WATCihES, Mantel
CLOCKS of every variety, Silver and Plated
Ware, a large variety ; Military and Fancy
Goods ; Guns, Rifles, Sportsman's XKppar.tus,
Fine Pocket and 'rable Cutlery, and aihttlo
assortment ef FA NCY GOOD)S.
Hiis prices will be'fontmd, on examination, to
tbe as moderntq ;ts tly'bther establishment
'in lhe~ Sduih. tjlhnnkful 'frastktors, he so
lileits a continuance of the iattotyntti. 'dius
former friends and customers.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
UOPARTNERSP NOTICE,
VINN & CLAIKSO.N
TIlE undersigned have this day, asnltatel
themselves together, ulnder the above name atil
style for the transaction of all busines in the
CLOTHING, rand M ERCHIANT TA ILORtS'
line, and may be found at the Corner store
formnrly occupied by ('lark it Bro., wh,-r. they
will he happy to accommodate their friends
and the public generally.
D. J.WINN,
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
March 13, 1854. 21 tf
CE! ICE! ICE!i
E COLUMBIA ICE IIOUSE has heen
2: et'ir"ly rebuilt, so as to he capable o
hA]hng severacl thomusarnd lolts of ICE, nti ,is
now opened for the season. Every facility will
h nttiardt.l to persons living at a distance to
sutsply thets regularly. It wtill be sent offevery
moring, if desirable, by rail roan, passenger or
freight train; aend the railroad agents have kind
ly ofTered to give every facility for its transpor
tation. We will iwas have a man at the
different depots to receive returned blankets,
boxcs, &c.
Cost of ice twe cents per pound ; driyage,
boxes and pa-king 37 cents; charges on railroad
~ ill he from 25 to 50 cents per 100 potunds.
HOA'l'WitlGl1T & IIAltKULOO,
P'roprietors.
N . Illankets are a very convenient mode
r.f transporting ice. lilankts w ill be furnishcd
at cemt.
May- 10. 1S54 s .f
Notice.
.JUST rerciveland opening a fine stock of
'the mcost fashionahle and i.atest Sryles of
Sprineg atnd Sumtimer Good,. Consisting in
part of the feollowing~ articles,
Elk. & fatCy Cloths.
- & *~ Cassimeres.
Srl &Sutnimer Tweeds
- . ethite & Fancy Silk Vestinge.
"' "" Marsailles
", "c " Linen Drills
BIk. White & Fancy Silk Cravats.
Iinm-n & Cambrie
Silk & " landk'fs,
Gloves, Soeks, & Drawers
Line., Bosom Shirts and Collars
Silk & )Medno e der Shuirts.
Bik. Silk " 11att
l'anamna & fancy Hats.
Oiothiung.
Elk. anti Fancy Cloth Coats and Sacks,
Silk, Grass and Lnn"
Drnp d'ete" " "
11ik, and Fancy Cassimere Pants ,
D~rap d'.ete and Tweeds,
White, and Fancy Lintn "
Elk. Whtite, and fancy Silk V'ests
ilombazine and Linen
What and fancy Marecailes,
All of which we invite our frictnds and the
pubilic generally to call and examine.
We are also prepared to make to order, any
articles in the Traioring line, us neant aned Chceap
as can be done in the State on the same terms.
WIJNN & CLAltKSON.
A pril 12, 1851. 21 cf
"KEEP000OL"
WILMINGTTONT IOE
HOUSE.
At LL persona desirons of keeping cool or
ALor retaitning or regaining health are
advised to use Ice freelv during the Sum.
mer and Fall Seasnn.
Ice can be delivered daily by the Pass
enger trai which leaves Wilfmington at
7b arnd at any Depot otn the Wilmington
and Manchester Rail Road, at the cost of
$2 00 per Barrel containmng 125 Potnnds,
thereby placing it within the power of all
perseons to use somie atnd receive supplies
with rogularity and decspatch.
All orders addressed to " Wilmington
Ico Ilouse" enclositng the montey will
retceiv, promopt attemntinn-arny person dlesi r.
ous of reeavitg regtular supplies at statled
peeriods wi please senid their orders, ac
coerdmtgly attd. their accoutls will be for
warded at the enid of every month when a
xemtittance must be promnptly made or the
accottnt stopped
A..MJ. VAN BOKKELEIN,
PltoRIE'on.
June lel 18351 363 6m.t
Cristadao's Excelsior Fluid
H AIl DYIE, NO. 0. ASTOIt IMA7TE.
TJho claims-of this exmraordlimwey article to
renbliocatimatan, ate not based s con~ the time
that it hams betn befoare the woefS It is com
puaaively a new prepaator foemded on new
dciscov~erie-s in chemistry, ar~I it has inaeura.
tUtd a nce wv ernatemlhair dyeing. What are it., re
cendations!' lt,-li t enges mie- i'air of
-itv. Ohnorjions color to nature's hitelb t r sown,.
an fve mnuates. 2d,-It assimilattes with the
drtar, and .neocuihes inead of burning it.
'd --It is pronounced by endmnent chiemicsts the
alehair.dy-e known5. 4th,-It ice impos.
4 ttk- iname an i nitatico of its-failure. 6th,--It
the widoet popularity ever yet accorded toe
*9Jilqf,prepatration.,. For the establischnont
'*ss..c-r:ieons : proof, see the testimony
A ae ole No f. Astor hiontse, whore it.
rsum- , eel' sl applied privately.
t~oxy p5, F-r s' .- by
.C~ 's i'1I~JMSON,
rt:as, Wa:cterv~lle, ft C.
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN.
WAM. 'HAYNSWORTII. JOHN T. URtEEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SU.1l'l'EllIVILLE, S. C.
.WI1L1 practice in Sumter and the ad.
Jotil'istticts. ' ' on ,
Tehrnaryl Athi, 1831. 20 iff
W' IT 1
G. LITTLE & 'o,
G. I'TLE. J . 'CO(iTT. C, F. JA CKSON.
No. 109 KING STREET, '
Next door to Victorir Hotel.
CIHARLIESTON S. C.
S mtyR i on hand-A large and Fashion*ble
Ready-Mlade Clothing,
AT TiE .OWF.ST ross:tnt. rntes.q,
SIlltTS, 110l1 ERY, US MIIIILLAS. &c. gc
WVIIOI.KALI, AND RIA ltAI.
Apr. 12, 1851. 21 ly
White Lead! White Lead!
10,000 LB S. PURE WIlfIT;
LEA H for se low.
J. & J. B. EWAIT,
Columbia, S. C.
March 15, 183-. 20 ly
YILLS HOUSE.
THOMAS ..NICKERSON
Pr op rie to r,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 18'1. 18 ly.
C. P. REMNStN,
(SUCCESSOR TO It. IIAWLEY,)
JWJIOLIE i LE ANJ) ,1 TA IL'
IANUFACTURR 'O.F
Richardson StrPeet .S',-No. 89.
''T1'O bM6It8s B-I'LOW TIIE '1 AIKFT,
CI ,U MPA., S. C.
Mdreh '15, 1851. 20 ly.
AR. 0. E MIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAiR TIlE COUR7' OUSE.
DEALER IN
Drugs, l0adicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery ana 'anby
Articles.
SE.ECTED EX PitESSIX FOR TI1s
-I.IltK ET.
.arch 15,14Y4. 20 ly.
A. BROIDE,
Dealer in Prorisions, Flear,
11.1 CO, GRJOC ET'E S, JVINES,
LIQUOR8, (CGl R?, TOLI1 CCO.
TEA .S, &c.
A LSO,
Plantation Supplies and
COINTRY V PRI yc(:;.
TEA, MOLASSES, CHEESE, &c.
194. Rich(arlson Street,
COLUMBI.A, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
PLANTERS' HOTT'T
BY G. W. BOMAR,
South-wcesi corner rf Church and Queen..sts
''CIIAR LESTON, S. C.
Feb.20, 1854. 1 y
NEW STOCK
At Frierson's old Stand,
T1IIE following coimpriis ,, par of the
heavy and varied stock of Goods which ht
siubiscriholr is nle' *eciv-ing at Frierston'u'
ol.1Stuand
alutiin de Lauines, Swiss and figured
L~aces, Edgings, TI'rimmi~ings I nsertings,
Ribbons, &c. &c.
L~adies and CGis finsicry.
hoots, Shioe-, I latts and Capis
Ready Made Clothjing,
All dlecrip1tionts of Groceries,
Crockery a laurge lot,
Conflectijonary, Fruits, Nuti', Toys, &c.
Faney Goods, a large vatriety.
Also : aways on1 hand.
Iced Soda Water. Lemniade and Syrtup.
All ofC whichi will be sold1 cheapeI~r than
any other I louse in t.own. Comie and see.
MIOXSX LEVl.
.June 28, 1S54 35 tf,
$10 REWARD,
Wi!.!. hie ivnfor the aprehensiion andde
Ii -ry to the' Master nf etther Workhonse i
Ch.arleston, or any jail ini the State, of18.\AC,
somnetimesi catll.ihn htrown. who, withott
any knowu canes, left the .itames 11ill latna
htin 'lie 20th of Ortoher hast. Said fellow
is 5 feet 8 inches in height, mnusteo coplexioti,
smart, Intellhgent spoken, and is a Carpenter by
trade ; nd when last heard of was in the tower
country, on SicCord's plantationi. Fift y dollar.,
in addition to the above rewarid, will lie paid
upon proof to conviction of his bejing hazrhored
or emuployedl by a white or c-olore~d person.
Apply to J. & J. Di. KIICK P.AThItCII.
Mlarchi 29th, 1853. 22 tf.
M. Hinsdale,
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
and corner of Garrais' Street,~
COLIJSIIIA, 8. ('.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Who Wants MVoney ?
The subscriber for one, is particuhcriy in
Want of it, and he hioi*s that those who have
patronized him so libernily, will continue their
frientdship by paying up, and enabling~ him to
met the demnanda of othters. "Whe cannes
move without grease" .UYWO.
Jan. 18, 1851. 12 tf
CAMDEN HOTEL,
Camdnli, S. C.
We M. W.~ATSON
OUR OFFICE is PREPARED To.
All o)rdelei*r Job Work,
Illiti) Neatcess aub IOcspatt!).
'M( ht'-'- thosie of nuir readlers wishins
BROWNING & LEIAN "
IAfPOTKRkS OF
Prench, Britis I amnd Gersunin
DRY GOODS.
109 and 211 King-greet corner of i1tar.
ket Street,
IA-1'EI S'TON, S. C.
ARPET'INGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, 'res.
U sell Tapestrv and Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIIA LS, in Silk, Satin,
md Worsted.
C(~tl'AIN CAMIRICS and 3IUSLINS, in
.. ifDRtU)EiEDI LACE and MUSLIN
t :INS, all stvies.
GII.T QQINICI.S,in all the new desien,.
CitT'1A'IV (INIIs, FOLDERiS, LOOPS,
I)RAl'ElIY'CORDS and BEI.L ROl'ES,
n all varieties.
HRI''ISH[ and AMERICAN *1EOR OIL
CLOTIIS.
SlI.VEIR and GILT iTA IIt RlODS and
STA iit CAlItPE'rINGS. of all stvl-s.
WilIfON, V EI.VET, and AX IlNSTER
RUGS. in great variety.
Pl.ANTATION W OO LE:-p , i.
KE''S, PI.INS. A(KEl(SEY', CAI'S,.c..
lied and White FI.ANN E.S, 5111I'IN(;,
:c.
COTTON OSNAI3UlGS, of all the be't
Southern makes.
English and American COvON FLAN
N EI.S.
French, English, and American PilINTS.
LINENS OF, RICIiARIISON'S superior
nake, fur Shectings, Shirting.i, I'illmv Caaes,
fahle D~amasks, Doylies, Napkins, Towvellings,
linckabacks, Fruit Cloths, 11. E. Diapers,
':rates Cloths, &.(:.
CL.OTIS, CASSIMEItS and VES'TINGS,
if best lFrench Goods.
SEtVANTS CLOTHS, in all the shadesof
English Gonds.
SATIN ETIw, W EI), JE.\Ns and LIN
5-EY$, of all qualities and styles.
WvITn A FVUI.1. AMSOaTM.T OF
Rich Dress Goods,
In SILKiS, TI5SftS,9I'lthiScGR EN
KUINES, MUSLINS, &c.
HIOM BAZIN ES, A I.PACAS and MOURN
ING GOODS, in great variet-.
EMBROIDERS and LACk. GOODS, of ev.
R(: DESS Goods in'Griat variety,
onstantly received.
All the above are of our own
DIRECT DilMIPORTATiONS,
and offered at the LOWESti' IA'RKE'i' Prices.
TER318.-Cath, or City Acceptance.
- The one price system strictly ad..
iered to, and all (onds Warranted.
BIROWNING& L;FMAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 1854. I1I f
hardware, Paints, and
Oils, &c.
1 & J. B. M RT,
'OL UMIJI.1, .S. C.
SIGN OF TiLE GOLDEN JACK-P..\N E,
Offer for sale at very low prices, a large and
well assorted stock of
11I1.d.- S: A W.. A \ A :N + M .-.t'6k:
PAINTS, OII,S, .AND) DYE.
N TUFFS.
t.?' Goode delivered at the Depot free of
rharge.
J. & J. II. EWART.
March 15, 18:11. 20 ly.
Agenecy for Iron Railing and
Ornamental Work,
TIlE subsc~ribeer will receive orders for
l'amt Iron Itailina andi other Iron work man u
~actuiredl ivy
CIIASE & BROillm8~f,
if Botn. Thle WVork w..ill bte dleliv ere'd in
LCharleiston at Iiasin prices withl the expena'en
>f Iluaxing, Freighat Inasurance', Drayage and
Whtarfage added.
Any I'won wishing il!nstrated catloguesi of
he d tyerenit designa cani be suzppli-dl by apply.
tag at moy store, where specimen. of some of the
mrticleae can also lie seen.
A catalogue can he seen at the oflice of e
Sumater lananer.
JOSEPII WIIIDEN.
No.'80 4.2 East Ilay, opposite P'. & M. lt:ank
(?ai~estre.- S. C .
Ma'r', 29, l8-,I. 22 6mn
Transparent Window
rnptr fangiang,
ElPHOLSTERIAG AAD EDDING
WIIO01ESAI.E & RETAIL,
117 King Street, Charleston, N. C,
TIl E suaberribe is rel'eh ing a large assort.
mnent of the above goemds.
30,000 hlll of Papjer llangings ; 1000 pairs
of' Windoew Shiades, 100 31autrasesu, cii ery
dleecriptioni. AlIso, PillowsR, IloIsers, I.are ande
Slusljin Curtains, D)amaek, Satin lDe lAnes,
r'ornic, Illinda', Fire Sercens' Veiiian Illinidle,
&c., &c.
All kinds of llpholstering, anda the busintess
vs usually attned to in nil its b anchaes.
II. W,. I'1s.\1\N.
Mar. 29, 1851. 22 __ ly
J. B, NIXON,
P~ROPRET~'IOR OF TH'lE
Corner Queen and1( Chmurch-sts.
Chnarleton, S. C.
Feb. 29D, 1851. 18 ly.
Samuel Jeff'ords,
CO MfMISSION MEiRWC! A N T,
OrrACr., Nonrn ConurMeCCAr. WnIA i,
CIIAltLES'TON, &. C.
Feb.209, 1854, 18 Iv.
CHAMBERS & MAR811AALL
WViOLS*A' & REA'IL
DKIAIRS IN
F.NCY k STAPLE DRIY GOODS,
No. A, Granite Range,
CoUMIstA, S, C.
g5r All orders thankfully received and
promptly attenned to.
1E'IJ. Rt. CHIAMBEH8. WVM. MARtSIIALL,
A pril 19, 1854. '56m
1N. A. COURN & COIN,
DRY G~OOIDS,
No, 11'7 East Bay,
?I*'1lN A. COIIEN,
LEAPDLD COIIN.
CH-AREE6'fON, S. C.
Mar. 29, 1851. :.: ly
PAVILION HOTEL,
HI. L. BUTTERFIELD,
Columbia Clothing
Ftllings, Bostwick & Ge,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
IAVE constantly on hand the largest
stock of
in ie place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than any oilier estab
lishnent in Colubnia.
Their Clothing is manufactured by them
selves with particular reference to this
market, and they feel warranted Jesa'y. it
is inferior to none. and SU'EItOI TO
MOS'I' CLO-THING olfered in any part
of the country. Their business is con
4ucted upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods marked in
plain linres upon each article by which a
uniformity of price is observed, and the
inexpericracra buyer is enabled to make
his purch~anis at as low a rate, as the imore
expcr tced and butter judge. Persons
visit inik 'Cinmbia are respeti(folly invited
to an exaiifnation of our stock 'and prices.
'bruaWy 15th, 1851. 10-1y.
.- - Yce.
Look Up Street.
Wainn Cr.AnIKs hlOTEI. is still in op.
eration-(thanks to the kitines-s of good
friems)-ready to receive crt('rs, and
entertain them. to their entire at ;ffaction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his Notel shall not
he excelled by any house in the country.
E~verything the market can furnish shall
lue spread upon his table, well rooked and
cleanly. 'The buds are all in good order,
and shall be kept so. (Give hitn a trial
and Mr. Clark pledges satistaction.
Jan. 11, 1 9M II if
Important Notice.
FII I,tO'( CI rENS:It is a tpainful t sk
toiln, but stern neetssitu antd voor neglity-nm-:
and flrkisdffulnrs, demuamol that'I should remind
all thosec indebted to in, either by note or ae
count, to comte to taw with the clink, hides or
curn at the mill, on Cr befuore the Grat .Monday
in March next, to%ave'ye.trselves of displeas
rnr and to cheat [.awyers,-Sheriffs and petty
( onstables out of cost, fur
h't the liss of a pe rny
Yisn'Il grdible and groan,
As though th'e rhetirtatli':
Were pietiih ceach bone.
The ghost of bthuhill-ngs
Forever you will haunt,
An'Iiydh sl.ke, least to-tnorrotv
Shouhl brink you to want.
' l'ay up, and save costs, andi there will
yet bet a crust left you.
W31. FitAN'cIS IUTEI.l.
Jan. 25, 1851 f .
To the Public,
.J'PiN t;ilNA foiTers l'is services to the
eiti?(trns of Sumter District nti the public gen
erally and pledges himself to gave every attr'e
tion to the sale of all properties entrusted to his'
hands on cotmtnissi,. either at atttion or pri.
yf fe sal.. 'the facilities he enjoys, is it) situa
nun uanl 'tls idtg ex h}t p.e~ce in t ihe buAsiess are
satistactory en..jI+:r. of00;s ahility to do jiisti'c
to any who may employ him.
Feb 22, .i. 17 t
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLURI;!A, S. C.
WilOLE.SAIE AND RETAIl.
SIte'i-rs til
Pure Ikuis, Mefdicine, Cheuicals,
Gla ::care,.);.Sti', anid all kinds~ of
G H~Ni ANI) POPLA R P'ATENT1
indicines,
A comuplee asserortmet, of the best qnality,
andI at then lov-'ist priees.
March I5, 1851. 20 ly.
Boots & Shoes.
JA MES FENTON,
107, Rich ardsyon Streel.
('0I.UM:.11., S. c.
IT AS constantly ont hand tand is daily~ re'ceiv-.
ing fre'sh i'upplites of aill k inih of oita'is and
Geem~enn's Iootsi andh Shioei Elf thei latest fash
ionS. Ahse. FlthEsll UA I.F-SlIlNS antd SOlF,
1.E:A'hli EI-t for flt-m~zuakersi.
Mlarch~ 5, I1951, 20 1ly.
Old Brass and Copper.
Thle Subtscriber will pay 12.2 cents per
pound)1 in) cash for any quan'iy of old Brass
or Copper, delivered at is shopts, near the
Wilirniiton atnd Manchester Rt. Rt. Dep-ot
tm Siumtervihlle.
T'. J1. COiGlI:AN.
Fe bruary 28I, l%1 18 tr.
50 Country Hants
JUST' received .aid for sale h\
3. T1. SOLO.\l O NS& Cl).
Mwa 17, 185 9 t
PRO VISt10Md.
Country Ilis, and Shoulders,
P'ick lcd Beef an'd Tomirues
Gocshaei Iitter, Rice, S'lour &..
M! ixedu P'ickles, in ts, qts. and 1-2 gals.
Obves, Capers &ei
(;andtes, Itaisouis & c
Rittsons 100 Boxes at a Dollar pni- Box
A pr,5, 185-. 21 i f.
E. R. 00WPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KING, 2! 7 S'I'tEET,
Fire D~oors aibove WVentworf Is,
CIlIIR IESTION, S. C.
For Sale.
TiP, SUJBSCRIBElt olehrs for sale on
very reasotnale termas, somte valuable
improvedl at~l Uttffttrh Inot it ile Town of
Stumterville. For parieainars, apply fue
*4ttrter htie, Jan. 3d, 185'i. 10.tf.
McoKENZIE'S
CO C ET)ONA II Y At F/ 4A'C|Y
Storec,
No. 136, .Riclhardson Stree,
Ct.AhUM HIA, 8. C.
PARITI ES A N! W EDDINGS FtJ#VIflED
AT SJIORITEST NOT1ICE-.
WHIOLEhSALE; AN])IllETA IL.
March 15, l85l. ?oly.
I'SCS M ETA L ALIG CUI"'FINS of ah
sizesu, consttantly on hahd' atid' for sale
by lhUDSON- & BROTHER,
Onn. TPemperahce 11ihi Sumnevilln:
LT TIHE OLD STAND OF 8. & J. ILt.IVt'r
S.&E. M. GILBERT
continue the CARRIAGE
-BUSIN.ISS at the above
;tand-No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Jharleston--where they will be pleased to
xhibit to their old friends and customers
very extensive Stock of Vehicles, com
rising those 'f thir owt 'manufacture,
ogether with various other siyes usually
round in this market. Their long acquaint
uifca with this market as manufacturers
tnd <da'ers will enable them to ofler great
nducements{6 purclase'rt both in styles
and prices.
March 15, 18514. 20 Iy
Cabinet Waferooni
F. M. AlTDRENr,
'akes this inethod of informing the citizens
of ?timterville and vicinity,
thatlae has just openened on
the -corner abovo Clarks IHo
tel, his NEW CABINET
WA R EROOM, where he will keep for sale,
cheap, all such furniture as conies under this
department of his trade; and will furnish for
ead, at Charleston prices, al despi4ptions of
Furniture made. Repairing executed at the
shortest notice.
Mahogany and plain Collins furnished withi
out delay.,
Feb. 8, 185$. 15 tf.
. I otice.
- persons who are in my dnbt a fee,
Will please to cone forward, and pay it to me,
For I am now ont of the inilginc mood.
And couldn't vait longer, indeed, if I would
The Sherifl'has got me, with harness or, hatck;
And soon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
f soy friends don't come forward and give
ime a lift,
'II go to the devil, soon, all in a drift,
t rther than go to him-, soaarly, hark ye
1!v gope bit of a hint; no mark me!
If you u.doit M up, right under your noses,
I'll take a:l your papers, and give them to
aMoses,
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farin
In hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
$. Ri. RUII. M1. D.
Clarendon, Feb.,8A, 1851. At
NEW STORE
Thir,1 Door South of the Town Hall
and ncurly opposite Tindal c( .W fotson
T Hi smnbcriber would respectfully in.
j1Irm Ihe citizens of Suniterville and
the public gem.erally, that he has opened at
the above place a general assortm-nt of
Dry Goods, Boots and ,Sboes, Hats and
Caps. Iinrdware, Crockervware, &c. &c.
A.so, A Choice lot of Fanily Groceries of
every description, with Fruit of various
kinth", such ns Oranges, Applee, 1.enons,
&.c. &c:, which he will sell very low for
Calh.
J. BARRET.
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 ly
In Equitr-Slater District,
William Len.is,
X d t', .If .1%I:L.
Leonard White, .
vj TN. . " M. Mosess
Charles W. Miller. J 'Coinpl'ts. Sol's.
to'credi'torf the lia'fe'lir. ,Tdtes Rys~~v
swVikTat, entitled to ~t.'nnrjer his assignine-it
to the above nameafidtent, executed on
the 28th day of July ". B.2 lS2.h'r hereby no
tifed that,- by an ore r in tii kthove siated
cause, they are require .Mt establish their de
manis betfore me, CofiHdiisiihte'r 'ii raquity for
Sumter Ilistrict afb esaid. i* 'hr before the
first day of lay next.
I also give nottice that I will 'hntil the
said first day oft May iiett, rece'ive- propomits for
the sale of a part of'the Yeah e'iakte'c'onv'eyed by
tue said assignmentm, Wing partly ii utaq wholly
in the corporato limnis of Nmt ll.-Tohdeil
by lands of D~r. J. C. Ii'v'.Novan', WV. L.
ltas'xsoy, T. I. (ComeiaAh, n'Ad Mirs. C. iTos
sat ,x i., and by the new Vimtl ranitng fran .'%tm.
tertlce to the steam mill of T. J. Coon t.A N &
Co'., supposed to contain about e hundred an~d
mixy acres.
W. F. B. H1AYNSWORTlIt
Com'r. in Equit'y A. iV
Dec. 27. 1853. 9 tf
TINDAL, WATSON &CGI
TI! E subiscribers hav~ing estalblisheh thfn''m
selves at theo standmi opposite A. J. Moses' 'itore,
respect fully jollicits the affent; ion of their friends
and thme public to their s\-ell iWlecte~d stock.
ITheir atssortmnent comprises all articles usually
kept, (rzr'epting Iiequors) aind will bet constantly
replemishet, . ud disposed of tin as favorahle
terms e?9 Y~ dea Wir any when..
Tfil- IAiek consists in pairt as follows --
i.adhies' I~riess Conds and Trimmings,
Ladies' Collar.1 Chiemisettes, aind Unader
sleeves,
J.aces, Eings,!, and insertings1
Jacitet ny Swiss minslits,
l-adies' and getitlemn'sn I.. C Ilikf's.
A large 10t 'dIMsifry a ntd G;loves Cravats
anid Stetis. Also
A IrMhimpply of Prints anid Donmestics.
GROtCER I El., Iardware. Ilollowiare,
('atpettter's and lllacksnmith's Tools,
Cistern Pumps and Pipes, Carriaee Trim
Crockery and Gla'sware, $adldlery and
IJarness,
Bootse, Shoes, Itats, Caps, hlIiltdy made
Clothinug,. t -- & C.
5A~uver. WA-rsos'.
February 22!, 1851 i7 tf
To The Public,
AmuftIaticr' Nolice.
.4A MlES I I. CL ARK hegs leave to noti
fy the citizens of Snuoterville and the vi
cinity, that lhe is now prepared to give his
entire attenflrin hi adiy business in the
auction line. lie hais had sonie experldnce,
and htopes~ by diligence and attdtiiion to
merit a share of public favot.
Sumnterville, Jan. 11ith; 18ii4. I11.-tif
NEW GOODS6
Thec sitbscribers are now in receipt of
iheir WllNG A N I) SUl~iMER STOCK,
consisting of every variet y of Gents' anid
Ladies' dress gt'ods. (Ofb'ccrW~, liard
ware &c., t4-htich tiby are prepared to n;!!
as cheap as this market can aflord. Please
call arrd eanuine for yourspys
I6. C: Whil& CO.
Apr., 5, 1854. 23. t f.
th Negro Shoes.
'fesubscriber has made arrtsngementi for
thmrantrfacture oftfr.,m Foqgo Five ' drarust~
thifrs of the above artrr' -i4 theFA 'JJ. For
#eference as to qiulffty, he would respectfully
refer person. wW 6may be disposed to purchase
of him, to t?lpse who patronized him 1ast year
Asuqt'N pe fi ill gualttEs them as low as
Eat't oi oflerded.
Illay 22 2 .J MIORGAN.
Home Industry.
TIlE Subscriber takes is
method of informinthit fHnd
tid uhe pnb i; tnat ho has receiily edlarged
his
Carriage Shop,
and procured the services of 'pv'erl good work
mien, and is now ready to biulldVehcles of any
desceriprion at thte shortest nall'e. ie promises
to repair with neatness and dlespatch and at
jiafy all those who may favor liim wIth patron
te, in cheapness &c.
Rd . POTTS.
Y'.vsenptrm: e C.,. ,cP , .e
DYSPEPSIA I
CAN BE CURED!
Dr..OUll'S BAUM I)K VIE," or Balsam of
Life is, anlera trial of upwards of twenty years
in a great variety of cases, confidently offered to
the public, especially to thttyj afflicted with the
MNwel tijst;euitng complaint, a:? ItIre and speedy
relief for their sufferings.
Read the following certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high standi.,X and residing
.ipn your immediate vicinity. 'They are buit ene
or t'wotof the many in our possession all ui;lol.
ing the healing virtues of this, (to use the wndris
of a grateful Dispeptic who was cured by its
use) most precious cottpound.
Certificate from the Rev. Ilurtrell Spain.
S" trgeavnt.t.,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Mr. (aHS. Dciuonstr.
Dear Sir: --Last Spring I used two small hot.
Jles of your lasat. ef ife; tend experienced
:nuclh henefit. 1 took it two or three times dai.
Ty, a teaspoonful at a dose in a wine glass of
It atcted di my liver, and imparted a healthy
'tone to all lay digestive organs, relieving me of
rlisfrasieg ;et:aduhch, and many other disagreea.
ble dels'pth c svmtons.
[Signed] 'Ii{. i'PAIN .
Mr. CITAS. DELORME:
DEAa Sia :-I take great pleasure in recoin.
mending your "Haume do Vie." w1Loh I li.sp
often used, and hptvijs with decided relief
when suffering from attacks of Dyspepsia. At
once a stimu hnt, tunic and cathartic, I am sat
islied it will prove eminently serviceable to all
who are afilicted with Dyspepsia. Its general
introduction throughout the country will be a
public benefit.
To keep a supply constantly on hand, which
I would not exerlnge for all the Anti-dyspep.
tac eag1sir4p54'fm Maihte to Texas.
Yours respectfully,
[ined) JOIN W. ERVIN.
Foer sale hv,
MIILI.ER A: ,ETl W3l' N, Wholeale Agents
Sumterville, K4. C. %%
Also for sale by Dr. W. .ns. DARGa& CO.,
and lit cr. & Tttontsos, Sumterville, S. C.
Itoens & SPrEcan, lishupville, S. C.
Novetmber 9, 1853 2 tf
Bilsinesj Card(.
BROWN. DeR9ST,
I80 FRONT STRlEET', NFW bilk
DiROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton I'actri.i (.nd General Conni,
D B. McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per.
S sonal and special attention to the in.
terests and orders of his lriende in this
S:ate anti the adjoining Countie'ot6,North
Carolina, who nny favor these Houses
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce to the [louse in New York, either
bty way. of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilkig' will he covered by insarance,
if notice of t'a siipttment be piomptly giv.
en.
May 3, 18.33 27-tf
Improved 904on Gin
ThnkfuI for past favo ti norib ,
es to inform the public at h..silia ufae
ture.s Cotton Gins at his estal) jment in State.
burg, on the most improved and approe-d plan.
whicl he thinks that the cotton _ianedt d.one
of those gins of :he late improvee ,u I.:,wor.
at least a quarter of a cent.nte rttan the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. He also man
ufactures them on the most simijsi construction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Rihs Case
hardened which he will sell for 02 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and puts thea in com
plete onder at tihe shortest notice. All orders fur
Gi'ns will be promptly. and punctually attended
to. VILL.IAM ELLISON.
ttatehburg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,-- 26
Veterinary Surgeon.
ROBERT W. ANDRIEWS notofies the
citizen. o( th&s, andi tihe adjoining Diistrict,
that lie has red c'ecd hiis Stables near the lDe.
pot oif the W. &Mi.l(. Road, where lie isa ready
at all tim-es to tak e'Ehiarge of diseased Ilorses
for a moderate charge int all cases where there
is ino cure tio pay will be expected. lie also
conttitmes to ta ke Pause .gers to end from the
Depot, and expects sh'6'rty to receive a New~
Ommihos for that pbtrluse. Goods lie will haul
at the ol rate of 10 cents per,.phekages and
solieitsr the patronitge of the pahhe-.
Man&11fcturer and Deald- in
.&?A aige andl Harnese,
OFmevery des'cription, No: il , .Meetig st~eet,
anid 33 Wentworth ftreet, next to she old stand
of Gilberts & Chlipui, l'harleston, S. C.
Oct. I9thi, 1853. (I I -y
Neg~bes abuiht and S&l
Ti'llE iundersignted has opened an oIH'c'e,-at No.
16 State Street, Chiarleston, whe, lie las rCa
hand a numbher of L.IJKELYY UNG N1.
GItOES for sale fronm whichl 1'A0 i supply the
wants of anty of the com nu ity. Trhese No.
{roes are purchased ini a'rvland, Virginisg
~ii od Sot C Aii. .I''o his. lothri
contintuall - recqiyin~g a'ctisions. Tme tihist
prices pxId iU &h tlie' nig re. .~
Charleston, ddec. 21, 1833. 8 ly
Law Notices
J. B. N. HAMMET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTER VILLgE3 S. C.
Ollice nekt 45i'a- Id 5. 13. & R. C. Webb's
Nde York Storo.
Marrch 22, 18531 21--tf
..REMOVAL,
UtA'L.ER & NEWIIERY have removed from
their former stand to the one formerly opcpyled
by E. D. PRINGLE & CO., eone door North of
I- IIOY'S Jewelry iStore, where they woitld
he pleatsed to sei' their friends and custotmers.
OctI, '853. -49 tf
FORWARDING-'
AND
Commission Merchant,
WtLJIINGTON, N. C:
PAhTIQ LA R attenltion giv6'l ti thie SA iE
or 811l1' ENT of Naval Stores and Cotton,
dnd liber CASH A DVANCIF made on' Con.
sfgnments.
Dec. 14, 1853: 7 ly
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
IIUTLERL & NEJWBERY Nould respectfully
inform their frAffds and th'o Public generally,
tha il hte Jstreceivetd a large amid weth ea
FA LL AND WINTEN 40#Nt,
embracing every quality and s'tyle ofYM 'tADJEN'
Di E88S u.OODJS; Heavy Goods, &c., t'rocer'
les, floots and Shoe. of ever descript ion; latest
style Hast. and Caps; H~ardt'Jare and Crockery;
Ready MadE Clotliig, etc. etc., to which they
'pa'rticularly invito attention.
--- AL.80
A lot of CHOICE SEG AlS.
FOR SA LE OR TO R ENT.
THE subsceriber offers his Farm, havinkon
It a rjwelhling and out hounse: and the beat ?
in the district, situated a sitort dIitance from
the town of Sumnterville, fop jale or to Hena.
Terms inade eusy, and oesingvna
once. P ',itity MsEna.
"e,.. ' sq" ...
E R
[l now put tip in the largest sized lHotles, anti
, a ttWledged to be. tihe best Sc rsaparillp
aimle, FIJ is certified by the Wonderful Cures i.
ns.perforcell, the original copies of which ara
n,the possessioi sf the proprietor. Itetaember,
Nihi is the only trueis aid uoi.ngual article.
Scroiula;,..$vphiliv, Mleriui;tJ Comeplaint*,
annemrr, 'argrene, lheumitnatisn, and a takt
ariety of Other dieyas'ce are speedily and pe5r
e't1c'cured by the u.e of this medecine.
1HEAD TIlE FO...OWI NcIlFICA'TE.
''-- T''t r sA Co., A In,., Jan. 2, 1852.
Dear Sir :-I end you this IQ certify to you
that your Extract of 'elow Dock and Sarst
irilla has perfrmned one of alme most womerful
cures on me that has meer been effectesd on manm.
I have been afflicted for forty years with
erptions on my legs and feet; in 18-18 they got
so had that I had to go on crutches, and in 1819
I had one leg amputated above the knee. In
aotut nine months after my other leg broke out
mialarge eating and running sores frcm my kned
to my foot, and discharged a great deal of ofen
hWe -ma lt r. My groin broke out in largo biles,
which t ischarged much ofTensive matter, and
at the same time my left hand broke out in large
running sores nearly to my elbow.
The- misery that I have sufTered for the last
two yeardi cannot describe to you. I was in
such agony that I never rested day or night.
tao ctober Li .t my non brought ne one of
your bottle wrappers, I read it, and found re
cord of somne wuenderful cores performed by
your " Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa:
rilla," I seit 9icd git two bottles of it, and
cumtnenenid taking it. In two weeks, to my
great ustomshmcent, mny sores all became easy,
and I could sleep all night, a thing I had not
done for two years. Whenm I had taken six
'hottles, my sores had nearly all healed. My
sores got wyell as if by enchantment. I have
now used in all eigni bottles of your " Extract
of Yellouw1oe k.and Sarsaparilla," and I now
consider iyseff 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, e.syl proclaim its great worth to
suffering mankind and entreat them to take it,
for it will cure them.
My case is well knojyt\ in a large portion of
South Carol' na Geor ga and Alabama, and if
any edadouit the abave cnre, I invite them
to call ofn li, aed I will show them the scars.
I can he foumd t ''allapoosa Co., Alabama
one mile from N'ere's Ferry. lenajati Hughes.
lhe Yellow Dock antl Sarsaparilha is pecu.
liarly adapted for feitales of delicate health,
resulting from irregularity of menstrual dis
charges, and other diseases peculiar to their
sex.-The proprietor has in his possession a
-great number of certaites.of cures, perforaned
of the above description. We assure the afihict
ed, that a bottle or two of Dr. Guysott's Ex.
tract of Yellow Iurk.and Sarsaparilla will a,
once regulate those d ioulties and renew the
natural energies.
- .V" Put up in quart bottles.-?rice $1 per
bottle.
Sold Whilei , and Retail by
SCOVIL& MEAD, I IIARLES STREET
NEW OR LEANS.
General Agents for the Southern States, to
wicoYi all ordert must be addreei-ed.
SOLD ALSO BY
Mcc.LEn & .SJRTTON, Sumterville, S. C.
T.3. WORKMAN. Camden, S. C.
Z. J. DEuAT, Camden, S. C.
.b. lr.A cn, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 21,18b 34 6tmo.
The kenowhed Remedy!
HollowayB intment.
The extraordinar 'ngtlent is comnposefi n
the most healing li asAcu., and whlen usedl in
accordance with thme ilre'eihns whIch accom
pa~ny each pot, will assury 'e'urer, when all oither
mgens fall. Cases oif the Ihost dieiperte Skin
disteases readily yielmd to its eflicacy. It is fa
motes whien used in cases of Gout, Rhmeumca
tisem, Ciotractedl or StiffJoinmts. In Asthmns it
wvill do wonders if wvell rubbed into thne Chesnt.
A MosT ASTONisucING CaRE oF scaoritrLOUS
'ecEzas,-A cast~ ceaTirigEn av Tur. MAvoft
OP DosTON, .?NGLANDO.
Copy of a Letter from J. IVOble, E sq., Mayor of
Blostont; Lincolnmshire.
To raOo o ceOLowAT;
D~er'reMs. Sarah Dixon of Liqucorpond
btreet, S1ostenl, has thcis day deposed before me
thtfr osiea i eriodh she was-sieverely
afllicted witfi. Scrofulous Sores andl Ulcers itn
lier arms, feet, legs, 'anid oilier parts of her
body and im,l tl g~lh time first of mnedicail advice
wvaN obtaied', at thme cost of a large iumcc of
mioney, shce obtaiedi no abatemen to osuffecring,
bulgadualy grewmworse.
Being ecommndedcy a friend to try your
Oiinent, she procured a small pot, and a box
oif thie Pills, acid before that was all used, iym.
tomns of aemetnmeent appdaired. By perseverinlg
ttil the medicines for a shoert time longer, ac
cording to the directions, andsstrictly adhering
to your rules as to diet, &c., shce was perfectly
cured, and now enjoys the best of heiath.
I renmainc, Dear Sir, yours truly.
(Signedi) J. NOBLE.
Dated anlst 12a11; 1853.
AN EXiaAoaDcieaY AND RAftn CURE or
kiitscrPEL Ait IN TItE L io, AFTER MtEicAL Liii
Copy of a Letter .frU'm Mrs. Eli:abeeh Yrafrs,"
of the I'osftOflice, Aldwick Road, near ih.goor,
Susac, dated jane. 12th, 1853.
'+' I-aoFKson me:01 QA.t
Sir,-- suffiered for a cobsiderabte period
fromc a severe attack of Erysipehas, which at
lenth settled in cmy leg, and resisted all medi
cal treatmcent. M)1;ysUiferinigs were very great,
and I qItite desgmiivd bf anmy permanent aemend.
mnptijt,.w'en I was advised to heave recourmie to
your Ointicent and-Pills. I did so without de
lay, aiid am Ihappy to say time result. ws emi
niently successful, for they effiected a radical
cuire of my lg ajid restoi-ed cme to the enjoy.
meat of hen ihd I shij ever speak with the
utmost coti eonce of yo~ur muedicines,andm hiavo
fecommnendued them to others ini this neighbor.
hood imilatly aillicted, who derived egncal
benefit.
I anm, Sir, your obliged ainI faithmfel Servant
(signed) ElA1%ABE17'rl Y EATEF.
The P'ills uhould be ubedd bonjointly with the
Ojitment its aeost 6Tf lie IAdlowing cases.
Bad Legs,' Bad Breasts, H~urnis, Bunions,
Bite of Moedheoesm and San-Flies, Coc-o-hay,
Chiego foot, Chilblaitts, Chapped huanids, Cornms
(Soft,) Canccerm; Comtctced and Stiff Joints,
Elephcantiasis, Fistulas, Gout, Glandular Swel
immys,.pfmhago, Piles, heumnatism, Scalds,
Sore Ni(pmies, Soire-throaits, Skin-digeases, Scur
fy, 0'r-heds, Tuour, hcer4, WVouids,'
Frxeloc utotct.ow Av, 244, STIAMtD, (near Txxd
PLE lIva,) Ii DoN, acnd also at his 11005K iNe
Naiw Yoat. ODanas for Meicir e In the
tit~s, addressed TI. Il.Loway, NxW Y'oaK,
ilreceive dne attenin. ,c id also by all
respeccable Druggists and Deoalers In Medicines
throughout the Limited States, .1n Pots, at 37 1-2
ente. 87 cents, and $1. 50) cemntm each. To be
hatd-Wholesalo at the principal Drug flouses in
the Uncionm, .- -
5 ES Timere is a conmsiderable saving iby tak.
N. BI.lIthiiTr thme guimdance of patients
in every disorder cwrae miied ip cacht Pot.
For sale by
P. M. (COlEN & CO.,
Charleston.
Muarchm 5th, 1851 23 lv.
Ti HIR be..an cd intesM I' it ionic of Nehmxi
A llisokm, oh -.lI kinlds ine renerci use, tom he
lind aut IIU1,ER. & N MWihMR V'S.

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