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NO. 208 ANDg'10.
M1 A I N 8 T 11 E I
COLUMIlA , S. C.'A
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
A I.-- 1,' l.' 2 & c.
A I v,-ry I#,'%% lr'res for enash. Ile is constant.
IV repulenishiYg -is Inre assortment fromt Iris
31ANIFACTOlty in~ Columbia, and iromi
New York. and now olfers a greater variet
than io,11M, especially so in FANCY AN
ENA- llCLtM- FUlRNITURE, Sitting and
A . 11. G A'. C 1; 'SIS . 'El10 It A N D)
G1iEF.ATL rlaIitoVEi PIANOS, at New
York ca:-h prices. E AllTiawss w Furni.
tire sold by him nre warnatedebr-ee vaar or
longer. All kinds Cf Furnirre 'neady -and
A large lot of 31'dlOGA NY VENEERWS on
hand, w% ilh other Cabinet M1Ifter's Materiaisin
WALL'A PEl A N D BORDERING, a
large and fich assortnit.
v' Funerals setve'd it short notice with
Metalic and Wood Collins.
. Ile would respectfully invite his fr-inds and
the public generally to -call and exantinb'his
Maroh 15, 185. .20 ly.
ROBERT A. YONGUE,
COLIUMBIA, S. C.
BEGS leave to call the attention of his
friends and 'hfie -public to -his
large til 'handtrme Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
qln addition to his former stock, he has Jim.
reteived a thew -and exten,ti've assortment of
GOLD und SILVER WATCIlES, Mantel
CLOCKS of every variety, Sihver and Plated
Ware, a large variety ; lilitary aid Fancy
Goods ; Guns, Itifles, Sportsnan's Wpparatus,
Fine Pocket :ani Tahle Cutlery, and a''re
assortmnent Of FANCY G001D.
His prices will befotimrd, on examination, to
bhe an melrat.tts ttt yibtiter establishment
in Iho SEdih. 'Phankful 'ifrapastIfeeors, ho so
licits a continuanee of the pattnger -di t
former friends and customers.
. larch 15, 1854. 20 ly.
WINN & CLARKSON
TIE undersigned have this day, asnihtte'd
themselves together, under the above nanio an
style for the transaction of all busines in the
Ca.OTIING. a Rn llCHANT'I'AILOlS'
line, and may be found at the Corner store
formerly occupied by Clark 4. Bro., wher. they
will be hapy to accommodate their friends
and the pnhblic generally.
D. .J. WINN,
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
Mlarch 13, 1854. 21 tf
ICE ! ICE! ICE !
, I tF. rol,1tt)IA 4 'E HOUSE hr.
4,fir-ly nebuilt, so as to be capable o
aldn severnil thonsand tonls of ICE, a1nd %is
now on'nedl for the season. Every facility will
b l atrnlel li puersonls living at a distance to
sutoply tlen regularly. It %%ill he sent of'every
mornnnng. if desirable, by rail roan, passenger or
freight train; tand the railro:ad agents have kind
ly ofyered to giveo every facility Jor its transpor.
tation. We will a~lwty have a rnan at the
difierent depots to rece'ive returned blankets,
Cost of ice two cents per pound; drayage.
boxes and packing 37 centa; charges on railroad
-^ill he from 25 to 50 cents per 1M0 pounds.
ItOATWItI(;lIr & BAIIKULOO,
N. fl. liankets are a very convenient mode
tai transaporimng ice. Bilankets wilt be furnished
Sny ix0. tiM4 g
JUST rcived~nd opening a fine stock of
'the most fashionable and L~atest Styles of
Spring anti Slummer Goods. Consistin in
part of the fmellowitng articles,
111k. & fancy Cloths.
- & " Cassimerep.
-~lm. 5rummer Tweeds
-.. a hite & Fancy Silk Vestings.
"" " Marsailles "
" a" " Lirnen Dirills
Blk. White & Fancy Silk Cravats.
Linen & Cambrie
Silk & " Ilandk'is,
Gloves, Socks, & Drawers
Linern Bosom Shirts and Collars
Silk & )Ienine ender Shirts.
Bi1k. Silk "t fats
l'annama & fancy Hants.
Blk. and Fancy Cloth Coats arnd Sacks.
" " "Tweed " " "
Silk, Grass and -inen " " "i
Drap d'ete " "
11ik, and Fancy Catssimere Pants,
D~rap d'ete nd Tweeds,
White and Fancy Linen"
111k. Whtite, and fancy Silk Vests
lombhazine ail Linena
What and fancy Marsaites,
All of which we invite our friends and the
public generally to call and examine.
We are also prepared to make tor order, any
articles in the 'I aloring line, as tnerit and Cheap
an cart be done in the State on tire same terms.
WINN & CLAILtKSON.
A pril 12, 1851. 21 af
A LL persns desirouis or keeping cool or
AL of retainitng or regaining hecalhr are
advised to usec Ice freelv durngteSm
mer and Fall Seasonsa. rgtreum
Ice can be delivered daily by the Pass.
etnger lrarin whlich leaves Wa muington at
7j and at any Depot onr the Wilmington
aind Mlanchester Rail Road, ait the cost of
2 00) per Barrel contasinmg l25 Porrnds,
Ihereby placing it within the power of all
peraaonrs to use some and receive supplies
with reguilarity mend dempatch.
All orders addressed to " WVilmrington
Ice Ilouse" enclosing the money will
receive pronmpt attention-any person demir.
'nts on receiviti reguilar ernpplies at stated
pr'rionds will plase send their orders, ac
cunrdoegly anrd- their accounts will be for
warded at thre end of every month when a
xenutlanrce must be promnptly made or the
All VAN BQOKKELEN,
Cristadoro's Excelsior Fluid
IRl~ DYE, NO. 6. ASToRft AflE.
TIho claims-of this oxtraorlimwtsy article to
piublio-estimtiors awe not based riporn the time
lhat it lhnes been befoere. thre woI. It is cora
paratively ra new preparators fesendad on new
hlienenern-s int chemistry, arad it ihos inraneura.
ted ai ne w eraa irair dyeinr,- What are its re
iOnunerLndtitonj. lst,--is thanen e- i &tir of
nive nminutnes. 2d,-t assimilates with the
a, n,.ouihe instue'd of hurning e hoit..
~3d Itl is pronnunrcedl by emrinent chremiists the
od iyttre hair dye knowns 4th ,----t is impos
6- Inm anrrntancc of its-fatilure. 6th,--It
a ietpplrt ever yet accorded to
a 4~pearten... For the .establishment
9 d~ons e pfri, see the -testimony
no5l Na L.- Astor lIe nise, whrere it.
- 0 ..r- - n oky applied privately..
t.oxy p$, I'. se. try
rueiflii, I.literville, fik C.
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN.
WM. 'IAYNSWORTIJ. JOlN T. UREEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUM1ITEU VILLE, S. C.
VWILL practice in Sumter and the ad.
joj1ihlgibist I .s.
TFehriamry 1qut, 1851. 26 'tr
G. LITTLE & tO,
G. LrrT'LE.. J D. SCOTT. C, F. JACKSON.
N',. 191) KING ST R EET,'
Next door to Victorir lotel.
CHARLESTON S. C.
Always on land-A large and Fashionable
AT Til .OwEsT rossit..rnICES,
SI1lI'tS, 1108 E 'RY, U313II EL.AS. &c. &c
WI IOLE A LE AN\DRT.
Apr. 12, 1851. 21 Jy
White Lead! White Lead!
10,000 LBS. PURE WJIIT'E
LEA ) for sale low.
J. & J. B. EWART,
Coslumubia, S. C.
Marel 15, 185.. 20 ly
THOMAS S. NICKERSON
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 185%. .1g .y.
C. P. RE et.,
(SUCCESSOR TO IL IHAWLEY,)
WH OLESI LE A ND 4TA IL
R ichardsn' Street,-V. 89.
VRE9iLOW I E mM R T,
Co.LUnTa7-, S. C.
Mdfrehl '15,:1851. 20 ly.
DR. 0. f. MIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAR' TIlE COURT HOUSE.
Drugs, itadicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumeiy ana'anvy
SELECTED EXPREssrx FOR TMiS
1A. RK ET.
.arch 15, 185. 20 ly.
Daler in Proisions, Flenr,
BA CON. GROCElES, WINES,
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBA CCO.
TEA S, (- c.
Plantation Supplies and
CO NY'/ PV I'lu1CE.
TEA, MOLASSES, CHEESE, &c.
194. Richardson Street,
COIl'umIA, ". C.
arch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
BY G. W. BOMAR,
South.u-est corner of Church and Qu.een-sta
-CIAR LESTON, S. C.
Feb. 29,18~54. 19 ly.
At Frierson's old Stand.
TiilE. following compriso a part of the
heavy and varied. stock of Goods which them
subsc~.riber is nle''veeiv'ing at Frier.son's
Mluslin de Laines, Swiss and figured
Camlicos, Ginham,. &c &.
Lacesa, Edgings, TJrimminigs I nsertings,
Ribbon.., &c. &c.
Ladies and Gen'ts i1nsiery.
)lootsi, Shioes, I lati and Capvs,
Ready Mlade Clothing,
All descsripitions of Groceries,
C:roclkery a large lot.
Confectionary, Fruiit&, Nut.', Toys &c.
Fancy Gioodsa, a large variety.
Also: iways ont hand.
Icedl Soda Water.I~.emnonade and Syrup.
All omf which will be sold chenper than
any other flouse in tawni. Comie andl see.
W'Il, he civen for the. apiprehernsinadde
livery tom the' laster of ethe.r Workhouse int
Chmariesto, or any jail ini the Ntate, of 1in AC,
sometimes called .lohmn hlrmwn, w ho, without
any known cause, ieft time James Ilill Planta
tioni on the 20th of Octoher last. Maid fellow
is 5 feet 8 incehes in height, miusteo commeion,
smart, intelligent spoken, and ism a Carpenter by
trade ;and when last heard of was in the lower
counitry, on SicCord's plantation. Fift y dollars,
ini addition to the' above rewaird, will be paid
upon proof to convitionm of his beingi harbrored
or eenpiuyed by a white or colored persmrn.
Apl to 3. & J. D. KLK PATR ICII.
Mlarch 29th, 1853. '22 tf.
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods
252 (k IIlA RDSo.V STIRkEEP,
and corner of Gazrrais' St reet,
COLUM11IA, 8. C,
Mlarch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Who Wants MVoney?7
The subscibmer for one, is paruiculcriy in
warrt of it, anmd he hofes that those who have
patronized him so liberally, will continue their
friendshiip by paying up, and enabling him to
met the demands of others. "Wheels canot
move without grease" ~~
Jan. 18, 1851. I12t
Ca md enm, S. C.
W, M. WATSON
No~r 9, 1r5s, 0 if
OUR OFFICE IS PREPARED TO.
All Ordemisir~u Job Work,
IUiti) Neatures ub I~espattl).
We h'ow thoste of otur readers wishiign
French, U-iiiua and (iernmn
209 and 211 King-areet corner of Mar.
.SklEST''N, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 1'lys, 'frns.
sels Tapestry and Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
CUItTAIN CA31BRICS and IIUSLINS, in
fDERED LACE and MUSLIN
C1 tlAINS,nil "tyle.
GILT UQR NI.Il8S, in all the now deti-ans.
CU RT A'IN1*0k1I'f, 'H OL DERS, LOOPS,
DRAPEIY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties. . .
ilITISH and AMIERICAN If OR OIL
SILVER anid GIL.T i-AIt kODS an'd
STAIR CARPErINGS, of all styles.
WILTON, VELVET, and AXiII INSTER
RIJGS. in great variety.
I'l.ANTATION WO O LENN..F .\
KETS, PI,AINS. KEi&SE , CAI's.Ac..
Ited and White FT.ANNELS, SIIRTIN'C',
COTTON OSNABUlGS, of all the be t
English and Atnerican COTTON FLAN.
N E ilS.
French, English, and American PIINTS.
LINENS OF, RICIIARDSON'S superior
make, for Sheeitigs, Shirtings. Pillow Cases,
Table Daasks, Doylies, Naikins, Towellings,
Vlnckabacks, Fruit Cloths, It. U. Diapers,
Grass Cloths, &e.
CIOTIIS, CASSIMEIIS and VESTINGS,
of best French Goods.
SERIVANTS CLOTHS , in all the shadesof
SAT'IN ETS, TWEE)', JEANS and LIN.
SEYS, of all gnalites and styles.
AviTH A FUL., AsmonTArNtT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILIC8, TIss ftS, tiA' 1, GEN
A'DINES. MIUSLINS, &c.
11031ifAZINES, AI.PACAS and MOURN
ING GOODS. in great variety.
EMBJROIDEtS and LACI. GOODS, of cv
E V-IG i~ttSS Goods in'Gdrat variety,
All the above are of our own
DIRECT I EMPORTATIONS,
and ciffemrd at the LOWEStiqi' R.KET Price".
TERMS.-Casta, or City Acceptance.
0- The one pfice system strictly ad
hered to, and all Goods Warranted.
BROWNING & L MAN.
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 1854. 'i'; if
hardware, Paints, and
is & J. B. IYW RT,
COLUMIJ, S. c
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN JACK-PLANF,
OfThr for sale at very low prices, a large and
well nuorted stock of
11. A sL8AWN. N D.lI.'.
PAINTS, OILS, A )ND DYE.
ET Goods delivered at the Depot free of
J. & J. B. E.WART.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Agei cy for Iron Railing andl
TIEsnbscriber will receive orders for
Cast Ironm Railinga, and other Iron work ain
of CIA8 & BR0 TIII R S,
ofBoston. The Work wimll be. dlecred in
Chmarlestoni at Hloston price it h tihe expenses
of Boxing, Freighmt Insnrance, Drayage and
Any lwEonm wishing illustrated catalognes of
tihe different designa can be supplied by app~ly
ing at. my ustorn, where specimnens of somne of th'e
articles can also be seen.
A catalo;gno can be seen at the office of tihe
No.'60 4-2 Ea~st Bay, opposite P'. & M1. Ihank
(4ic'hdete.., .'A C.
Ma',, 29, 185d. 22 6m
IHLSTEI1G AAD EDDING
WH[OIESAI.E & RETAIL,
1 17 King St reet, Charleston, b. ,
THIE suznh. ts nreh eing a large assort.
iment of the above goodus.
50-.000 Rolls of Paper Hlangings ;10001 pairs
of Windouw Shamdes . 100 31:ntrasse's, it' ct ery
deicription. Ah-o(, P'illows, Houlsters, ~ame and
Muslin urtains. Damask, Samtint le lAnes,
Cornice, Illinds, FircferScens Venitian Blindsl,
All kindis oIf Itpholsitering, and the businmes
as usually attended to ui llitb nh.
II. W. j SIAN.
_Mar. 29, 195I. 22 y
J. B, NIXON,
PRIOPI'ET1ORI OF TH~E
Cornier Queen and Church-StS.
Charl1etonh, S. C.
COMMISSION E~R CHJANT,
OFt-.CE, Non-ru Coitmterictt. Wr~tant
ChlARLESTON, & C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 Ir.
lIOLEALE &~ RETA iL
F.GC' & STAPLE DRlYGO0DS,
No. A, Granite Range,
Co1.stmA, S, C.
EF All ordera thank fully received and
promptly altenned to.
BENJ. R. CHIA MBEHS. WM. IA RSHIALL,
April 19, 1854. % 6m
li. A. COIEN & COIHN,
No. 117 East Bay,
~I'AlN A. COHE N,
CH-AP-EE6TObN, S. C.
Mar. 29, 1851. 22ly
H. L. BUTTERFIELD,
Fellings, Bostwick & Cc,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
flAVE constantly on hand the largest
in lhis place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than any other estab.
lishmlent inl Colutnlbia.
Their Clot hing is manufactured hv them
selves with particular reference to this
market, and they feel warranted Je sa'y. it
is inferior to none. and SUPERIOR ITO
MOST1 CI.TIIING ofTered in any part
of the country. Their bu.siness is col
4iucted upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods markcd in
plain li2Jres upon each article by which a
unifority of price is observeI, and the
inoxpericebd hver is enabled to make
his purcha'ehs at as low a rate, as the inore
experrvtced and better juile. Persons
visit ilng 'C"Aatbia are respec(.'lly invited
to an exahu'tnation of our stock ifna prices.
7.Mu:W 15h,18.5 . 16-1y.
Look Up gteet,
Venn Ci.Ahtks IIOTELis still in op.
eration-(thanks to the kitiolness or good
friends)--ready to receivec r and
entertain them. to their ent i Ill;faction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his .it Shal not
be exclied by any bionse in the country.
EIverything the market canl furnish shall
i spread upon his table, well cnokedl and
cleanly. The beds are atl inm gooud order,
and skall ie kept so. Giive tim a trial
and Mr. Clark pledges sa'islactionl.
Jan. 11, 18.54 11 tf
iu.OW crriziTNs:- -it isa painf.l rik
to (tin, but stern Iii ncesity ai vonr ne glie:-t
and m W rnn.ess, (temand1,14 thatI sthoulhi remnt
alt those miodulehtel to m, either by note or ae
colint, to come to taw with the chink, hides or
corn at the mill, on tr bwefore the frut Monday
in March next, to save -yotrelves of displeas
tre and to cheat (awyers, -Sheriffs and petty
(ontalbles out of (ost, for
Xt the losts of a penny
Yilit grh',ls! anld groan,
As thiontah r'e 'rheiit.alit
W ere pit' h'W each hot.
Tie ghost of had shilings
Forever yon will litant,
Anl 'ydh sluke, least to-imorrotv
Shonld brii; 'rou to Want1.
er_' Pay up, and save costs, and there ill
yet be a crust left you.
WV31. -FTANCIS -BUTLER.
J.a1. 25; 1 51 a f.
T the Public,
.(-1'N 'C llN. oiers h'is servicei to tIhe
citizens of Sumter Distriet antil the pitblir gen
erally and pledges hiitself it give every attr.
tion to the pale of all properties entrusted to his
hands tni commission, either at auction or pri
Vtfe Sal-. The facilities he enjoys, as to sitta
tion and 8S Idth' eiptterR!ce in Ie blsilnss ire
safistactory t'not.n.e of h'i6 1uhility to do justice
to any whIo may emuploy him.
Fetb 22, 1854. 17
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLU tT)Ihll S. C.
WHOLESALE AND RETrAIL
Pure JIkergs, Mediicines, GAC eis,
Perfernery,, smqec' A rticles, JBrush es,
Giancairet,~, J~eSuv and all kinds of
G;INtINN ANID POPLARI PATE2NT!
A complemte assorimoent, of the best qnatity,
and at thme Inrest prcs.
MIarch l5, 1851. 20 ly.
Boots & Shoes.
JA MES FENTON,
197, Rich ardson ~S/reet,
COttrMllA, S. C.
It A S constantmly on hand anid is daily receiv
in;: frsh su pities of alt k inss of fIdnies andI
G~entlemen's itoots an~d Stoecs of the latest fash
in. Also. FltF~Sll (A .F-SKINS and SOIlE
l.lAhI il t for Itloot-miatker.
3larch 15, 195;t. 20 I)y.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Sumbsc-riber will pay 12. cents per
psound in cash for any quan'.imy of ol Brass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, hear the
Wilmtigton amal MAanchester Rt. R. D~epot
F'ebruary 5t8, 185$ 18 i f.
50 Country Hams,
J UST receiv ed andi for sale lb\
J. T. SUO'LO3NS'& CO.)
Mly IT 18Mi 29 ~ tf
Country I farms, and Shoulders,
Pijckled IHeef ando T'onoues
Gioshent hntter, Rice, T-'ltur &e
Mlixed P'iekles, in pts, qts. anmd l-2 gals.
Olives, Catpers &c
Candies, Rtaisonms &c
Raisotns 1(X0 Boxes at a Dollar pei- Brsx
A1pr,5, 185-1. 2:3 t .
E. R. COWPERTHWAIT1
Furniture and Chair
RING, 21,7 S'TREET I,
Five D~oors abtove Wentwiorthi,
CII. R IE STION, S. C.
P'eb. 29, 1851. 18 (tm.
v'ery reas'onable termsi, somew valuable
improv ed nffd otrftir6ted lots lti I?i Town of
bumuterville.. For patriienaurs, ajppl fl
H 't'flrrHfHe, .Jan. 3d, 1851. 10--tf.
CO?'FECT IONv A Y A Ni PANCIY
No. 136, Jtichardson Stree,
COLUMlHIA, 8. C.
PARlTIES AN?) W EDDINGs FUthildHE D
AT SlIOltTEST NOTlCE
March 15, 1851. ly.
I"ISl(S alldT LYPLIG CUU''FINS of al
tizes, constantly on hand' atid for saib
yIHUDSON- & BROTHER,
Opp. TIemperatee lhall Suimterville.
Joo tsan,. 1uno -if,
AT TIlE OLD STAND OF 8. & J. Oti.1tERT
S. & E. M. G I LB E RT
Continue the CARRIAGE
- IUSI.ESX at the above
stand--No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased to
Dxhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, con
prising tiho,4b bf (teir owl "Manufacture,
together with various other ty6es tisally
Found in this inarket. Their long acquaint
afice 'with this market as manufcnturers
and dhila'hrs will enable them to ofl'r great
induceenits 6 putschased both in styles
March 15, 1854. 20 ly
Cabinet Wateroo ml*
F. M. ANDIEWs,
'akes this inethod of informing the citizens
of iu"tnterville and vicinity,
thnatle. tls just opienened on
the corher above Clarkt IIt)
- tel, his NEW CABINET
WA IEROO.31, where e will keep for .ale
cheap, all such furniture as cones under tiirt
department of his trade; and will furnish for
cnsh., at Charleston prices, ntH de'pti onm of
Furniture iade. Itepaing exectil~a at the
Mahogany and plain Coffins furnished witli
Felb. 8, 1851. 15 tf.
11 persons who are in my dnbt a fee,
AVill please to come forward., and pay it to me,
For I anM now ort of the indulgine mood.
And couildn't vnit longer, indeed, if I would
The Sheriflaas got ne, with harness tor hack;
e nd amon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
f'Thy friends don't come forward find give
.- te a lift,
'I go to thu devil, soon, all in a drift,
t rither than go to h'im, t jarly, hark ye
,v we bit of a hint; noW mark me!
If y16jit a ym; up, right under your noses,
'llt take af1 your papers, and give them to
And then, oh, then, yot'll get your farin
In hell, le'll roast you like a herin,
: .9-. R. tI C i. M. D.
Clarendon, Feb.,8,185 I if
Thkird Door South of the Town Hall
and nlcatrly oppositC Tindal & .lovton
I HE stlscriber would rcspectfully in.
tformn the citizens of Stniterville and
the public go,orally, that lie has opened tat
the above place a general assortmr-nrt of
Dry Goods, Boots and Sboes, Hats atid
Caps. finrdware, Crockervware, &c. &c.
A'so, A Choice lot of Fanily Groceries ofi
every *iescriptiont, with Fruit of varntis
kint-, such ns Oranges, Applee, I.emons,
&c. &c:, which lie will sell very low for
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 1,
In Equit--Stter District,
Wilhiam LeI cs,
Xdth'f, .f 6
Charles W. 'Miller. 'Oompl'ts. Sol's.
svtkti, entitled t? ~ tjh \indcr'his tlsigntflm
to the ahove name efi4iint. executed on
the 28th day of July M. h.r herebv no.
tified that, by an o'r er in tli 'liove siated
cause, they are retinireht .t" establish their de
anands hefore me, C faisshlie'r 'M trinity for
Sumnater listrict afresaid. n.I 'hr before th,
first day or May nett.
I at... give notice that I will 'mntil the
saul first day of May nektt, receive' propoalsh for
the sale of a part of'ttc '?eal esitte'conveyed by
the saiul assigninent, Tying partly if nqt whlalv
Ina the corporate limits' of Sutmtthrlie,TiaaIdeal
hy latnds of Dr. J. C. llA''\voirt, WV. ..
Haryssoy, T. i. Coatt.AN, n'nd Mrs. C. iNos
SAK n, and! by the new fmida rainnlng fianin Sum
terville to thte steam toil! of T. J. Coutt t.A s &
Co., supposed to contain about otne huntdred a.l
sixty acres. lANW~TI
W. F. B. IANWRi
Com'r. In Equity K. i.
Dec. 27. 1853. 9 if
TINDAL, WATSON &C9,
TI! E subscribers having estahblishe:I itn
selves at the statd (opposite A. J. 3Iose s' 'Store,
respect fully suicits the a fanl ion of tha-ir friends
atnd the ptuhlic to their ihell 1Wlected.. stock.
'fheir assortmnent comprises all aficles usuially
kept, (c.rreplinag liquors) and will be constantly
re'ph.emihe,, ;td disposed of on as favorable
terms it.9 yAa .iWed any where.
TI'Ar IAek consist,. in part as followi:
l.adies' lDress G;oods and Trimmings,
Iadies' Collars, Chtemisettes, and tinder
JACe., EdIf nigas, and! insertings
J~iaodeA an. Swvies .3luslin,,.
l.audiesa' and Aeutlemen's I.. C ildkf's.
A large la't 'it li~sicr - and Gloves Cravats
and Stocks. iso,
A fidllsiapply of Prints antI Domestics.
(ltdCil ES, IHardware, liolloware,
Ontpehter's and Illacksmitht'a T'ools,
Cistern Pumps anid P'ipes, Carriaee rium
Crockery and Glatsware, "Saddllery and
[loots, Shtoes, Itats, Caps, Relaliy made
Clotin .. & C--..r
Febrtuary 2%h, 1851 17 tf
To The Public,
J.IA IES 11. CLARIK begs leave to noti
fy the citizens of Sumttterville and the vi
cintity, thiat lie is now prepared to give his
entire atitinh~tn its aty biusiness in the
autctioni linte. ie hats had sonie experldnee.
and htopes by diligence and attdationm to
merit a share of public favot.
Sttrv'ille, lan. 11Ith, 1854. 11 .--tif
Tfhe subscribers are now tn receipt of
their 5I'IIING A N!) SUIMlER STOCK,
consistintg of every variety fGns n
Lais'des goods. Otbeeri~s, Itartd
wvare &c., d'hieu thWyare prepared to sell
as cheap as thtis market can afi'ord. I'lease
call ard ekamaine for yoursgli-es.
I4. C: N4'bl3l & Co.
Apr., 5,l&14 23. t f.
hsubscriber has macde arraingementa for
terrranlrfacture of from FoflIH? Five ' rL4sN~a
par fthe above artfl1E b'y theFA * l. For
teferetice as to gm~i'ty, he would respectfuilly
refer persona wW may be disposedl to pturchase
of hitn, to mllpsec who patronized! him last year
As t pee hewill gua~*W~e them as low as
Mlay 22 2 .J MORGAN.:
TIlE Subscriber tatjes this
___method of informitig lit IWInd
and the pniblW; t'hat lie has reetiit9 etilarged
and procured the services ofapse'rtti goodl v~ork
men, and! is now ready to bui ld'Vehaicles of any
descriptilon at the shortest n~filk. lie promises
to repair with neatne..s and despatch anad sat'
iti'y all thoso who may favota Nhn witha patron.
dge, in cheapiness &c.
!.vstumu'p,. ~ C Ra h. POT
CAN BE CURED!
1OME'S KtAUM DE VIE, or lalsam of
Life is', nftera trial of upwards of twenty caara
n a great variety of castes, confidently oftered to
lie publie,especialiy to thp.afflictel with the
WoL qitgi1 ng c-omplaint, anlt sure and speedy
cilef fr. heir stcflerngs. - .
Iead the following certifientes. They .re
"romn gentlemen of high utan ii - and resii ng
p your itnmediate vicinity. eiy are but one
>r tor'oof the many in our possession 'all goll.
ng the henling virtues of this, (to use the; wors
>f a grateful ispeptic who was cured by its
ivc) most precious cur1o und.
Certificate from the Rcv. Iartwrl Spain.
i.MTEtVni.L,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Mr. CHA . DEr.Oa -S. IM
Dear Sir: -Last Spring I used two small liot.
LI;e of your Iasaam9f a ife; and experienced
rnuel henefit. I t'toi it two or three times dai.
[y, a tenspoonful at a do.<e in a wine glass of
,,l oetd t' my liver, nil imparted a healthy
Lonc to all my digestive organs, relicvinag me of
listretioeg Acadche, and many other disagreca.
ble dysjjtic sytntons.
[Sighied] A. 1911x.
Mr. CIIAS. DEr.ORME:
DEAa 81t :-I take great pleasure in recom
hiiend ing your "lautne deo .ie." v4%1 vh I lvp
often used, anti #fteds with decided relief
whet sfflering from attacks of Dyspepsia. At
once a stimulant, tonie and cathartic, I ama sat
isfied it will prove eminetly servicenble to alt
who are afllicted with Dyspepsia. Its general
introduction throughout the country will be a
To keep a suppuly constantly on hand, wliicl,
I wotild no t exc inrpe for alt the Amti-dyspep.
tic 'aousuiwiiaorn .f iuhe to Texus.
[1iigned] JOHN W. ERVIN.
Fortt sale by,
IIh~.ER A' 13iAIT'N, Wholewale Agents
Also for stale by Dr. W. Jas. DARGA& CO.,
and It Iex & Tuo.mtsos, Sumnterville, S. C.
RoOs'.as & SPENC21t, iishopville, S. C.
November 9, 1853 2 tf
180 FRONT STREET, NtW T~kk
D:ROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cottion J ;ctvri d General Commi.
sion 1i rcl/&th,.
D B. McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per
o sonal and special attention to the ini.
terests and ortlers of his liriende in this
State and the adjoining Countie''6( ,Nortli
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their patronige. Consignments of
produce to the louse in New York, eithter
ly way. qf Charleston, Georgetown, or
W~ihuio;pg. will he covered by insurance,
if notico te fisipmuent he ponmptly giv
May 3, 1853 27-tf
Improved fOtton Gins.
Thani fnl for past favo'ti; suunrih. w-p
es to inforin the public that ;,,W1 i .
iure.s Cotton Gins at his esutl1ir'ment in State.
burg, on the most improved and approws-d plan.
which ie thinkn that the cotton giuned:d.ione
of those gins of the late impro v.. 4, wor
at Ieast a quarter of a cent amore ian the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie also man
utactures thein oi the 'nmt sminijde construction,
of the finest finish and of ths best ma* rials ; tit
wit, Steel Saws aid Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which he will sell for $2 per Saw.
Ie also repairs old gins and puts them in com
plt-te order at tie sii'rtest notice. All orders for
aths will be pronipti yand punctually attended
to. VIL.AAM EI.LISON.
"tttehiurg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,-.- 26
ROBERT W. ANDREWS nobofiest the
citizens of thuia, anti the adjoininsg Districts,
that hec has red ed hsis Siales tnear the I)e
pot of the W. & M. I. Road, where lie is ready
at all timeus to tak eharge of tihseased Hlorses
for a moduserate charge ; in all cases where there
is no cure no pay will he expected. Hie also
cotmueiii~ s to take Patsig1ers to andi fromt the
Depot, td ex pect hity to receive a New
Ommhlus for that prpose. Goods lie will hmaul
at the uold rate of 10 cents erphekage, antd
sobecits the patronaige of th~e p ~hit-.
F~elb. 22, 1883 17--if
iutnii 1Cture'r and I)eald- in
dP. i''e e andl Harnese,
OFveydes'cription, Nos N'I, Mceir'u s'ty'ue,
andI 33 Wenitworthi treet, next tos the tltd stand
of Gilberts & (impi, Uiar-leston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. S I g
Negttes IEiight and 8dd
TIIEl uidersignedl has opened an olIluII'et No.
16 State Street, Charleston, wher, hd hast re
hsandi a nusnher of LIKELY U~iNG NiF.
G;ROES fosr sale front whichi6%spl h
watnts of any of the comni *;py T heseNe
~roes are purchased ins avad Vi inin.
tsrrli ansd South CarirtiA '.l'o hsis list hin
continuailly r l ''sos The hi~iest
prices Iidd~ LA tltt eh' n gen..
Charleston, de. 21, 1853. 8 ypet
J. B. N. HAMMWET,
ATTORNEY AT[ LAW,
SUMTERVILLE) S. C.
Otlice nekt 4 d ISJ. 1. & Rt. C. Webb's
de 'ork Store.
Ma rch 22, 1853i 21-tf
lt L.ER & N EWBERY have remoived from
t-heir ftornmer stand to the one formerly odeil~e
byE. D). PRIINGLE & CC., one door Not of
H.IOY'S JewelryT store, where they would
be pblertsd to pelt their friend. and customers.
Oc t d, '853s. 453 cf
I W LMIINGTON, N. C:
PAhTr..uRLt attention give'N stihe SAi
or 8i1111ENT of Naval Stores and Cotton,
and liher CASH ADVANCiSS made on' Con
Dec. I4, 1853.' 7 ly
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
BUTLER & NEWBJER.Y 'Nuld respectfully
inform their frltsesds and th'W Public generally,
that ;sealhie Just received a large and wet) sue2
lecte Sock of
FALL AND.WINT~i d@#nk,
embhracing every quality and style of YA DIis,
DR ESS GODls ;Heavy Goods, &o., ('rocer'
iest, Boots and Shoes of every description; latest
ityle Hats and Caps; IHard~are and Crockery;
Ready Made Cfoihig, etc. etc., to which they
pn-rt fularly invite attention.
A lot of CHKOICE& SEGA RS.
FOR sA LE OR TO RENT.
THE methsuriber offers his Farm, havIno)
ta twellinig and out h ouses anid the heat iil
nth district, esituated a short distance fromt
he town of Stumlerville, for sale o tol rent.
Terms made eassy, and mosuvssiusn given at
sace-. . P 'RlRY Sh0SES.
i" now put up in the largest sized lBottles, an
i, adetiowledged to be. time best 8arsuparills
male, ns is certiiied by the Wonderful Cures P.
has perfonnell, the original copies of which anr
in ,he possession ef te proprietor. Ite-ra ember,
tlh1- i tile Only truW wind oungumiI article. -
Srofuhtiyphili, Mercu.liJ Cumplaints,
Cnnleer, '~.ngrenr, Rheomittismn, and a
variety of c-ther diias't are speelily and per
kfly cured by the use 6f thii ieficinm>.
RIEADTIE FOI. LOWNA4,*h.YFICATE:
''-- 0$o~isACo., A Na., Jri n. 2, 1852.
Dear Sir :-I end you tlais A certify to you
that Your Extraet of Yellow Dock and Sarsn
parilla has perfortned (Ote of Ilmo mOst wonderfn I
cures on mu that has ever been efrectnd on main.
I have been afflicted for forty years with
erttptions on my legs and feet; in 1848 they got
so bad that I had logo on ernatches, and in 1819
I had one leg amptated above the knee. In
about nine inouths after my other leg broke out
ifmlarge eating and running sores fremn my ktned
.to my foot, and discharged a great deal ofoffen
P'e.matttlr.My groin broke out in larg7 biles,
which discharged 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 yee-rlA cannot describe to you. I was in
such agony that I never rested day or night.
iaUctober bi.t mny son brotight me onc of
your bottle wraipjrs, I read it, amid found re
cord of some woiderful cu.res performed by
your " Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa
rilla," I peit uimd gpot two bottles of it, and
comimecngd takig it. Ii two weeks, to my
great astonithnent, toy sores all became easy,
and I could ieep all night, a thin" I had not
donte for two years. Whetn I laT taken six
liottles, my sores hadnearly all healed. My
sores got wyell as if by enihantment. I have
now usefl in till eignt bottles of your " Extract
of Yellouw1J'jk and Sarsaparilla," and I now
consider itse tff well.
I entreat all of the afflicted to try this modi.
cine, for I be-lieve it will cure any known die.
ease in the. worild.-Lay aside all prejudice and
just try it, "rid proclaim its great worth to
guiTering mankind aind entreat them to take it,
for it will cure them.
My case is well knotyi .in a large portion of
South Carol ra Georgia and Alabama, and if
any s4gdlipou.6,t the above cire, I invite them
to call on imti, aili I will show them the scars.
I canl he found ii Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
one mile fromn Store's Ferry. Renajati Hughes.
The Yellow Dack ud Sarsaparilla is pecu.
liarly adal-ted for fe'Aales (if delicate health,
resulting from irregularity of menstrual dis
charges, and other diseases peculiar to their
sex.--le prdpretor hus in him possession a
great number of cert-aie.of cures performed
o the aubove description. We assure the affict
edl, that a bottle or two of Dr. Guysomt's Ex.
tract of Yellow. *ok and Sarsaparilla will at
once regulate those dioulties and renew the
Zyy'V Put up in quart bottles.-?rice $1 per
Sold Wholel qand Retail by
SCOVIL& MEAD,1 Ci AILESSTREET
General Agents for the Southern States, to
w'lWo't all orders must be addressed.
~ OLD ALSO BY
MILLER & balITToN, Sumterville, S. C.
T. -. WORK3MAN, Camden. . C.
Z. J. DEltA r, Camden, S. C.
.S. lnAci, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 21., 18$1 34 imo.
The Ienowhed Remedy?
hh xroiary Uitent is comnnoseil ora
the most -healinig Baltrns., and whenl used in
accordance wvith time di're'etlions which accoma
pany each pot, will asauri lWres wheni all other
, agap. fall. Cases of time hiost desperate Skin,
diseases readily yield to its estlicacy. It is fa
monis when tused In cases di Gout, Rhmetuma
tisms, Contrac'ted or StitT Joints. In Asthtmaa it
will don wonders if well rubbed into the Chest.
A MOST ASTONtSifo CUa. OF sVRort7LOts
~UCEts,-A CAIE C&a:Ettic)Dv TilE MiAvolt
OF DzoSToN, ENGLAND.
Copy of a Letter from J. N~oble, Esq., Mayor of
.. oston, Lincolnsahire.
TO-tPRO, PoR ntoLowAl',
D~ear Sir -.Mrs. Sarah Dlixon of Liquorpond
Street, 4os6tgn, has this (lay deposed before me
thmat for acotsadsambld lieriod she was-severely
alllicted witli. Be-rofulouis Sores andI Ulcers itt
her arms, feet', legs, 'anmd othier parts of her
body ind tsltlidug~h the first of imdical advice
was ohtairad' ut the cost (if a large sumn of
mtoney, she obitainmed no abatement of suffering,
bul gradumally crew worse.
Being recommmtendedh by a friend to try youir
Oitntment, she procured a small pot, anmd a box
of the Pills, amid before that was all tused, sym-.
tomsm of amemtnmnt appattredl. Bly persevering
diltll the miedicines for a short time longer, ac
cording to the directions, and~strictly adhering
to your rules as to diet, &c., she was perfeedly
cured, and now enjoys the best of health.
I remaimn, Dear Sir, your. truly.
(Signed) J. NOBLE.
Dated Au'gust 12t H; 1853.
AN EZ.itdDiNARY AND RA~tn CURE OP
kis I~tA N TatE iRG, AFTERt MEtDICALt Atit
Copy of a Letter frB'm Mrs. Ei:abemh Yraters
of thme Post Oflce, Aldwoick Road, near Ji.g*or,
Susse.r, dated Jun. 12th, 1853.
Sir,-I suffered fomr ai cohsiderabte period
frotm a severe attack of Erysipelas, which at
length settled in may leg, and rtsisted all medi.
cal treatment. lAly sulleringa were very great,
and.I qumite desgdired f ranmy permanent amend
mmpip,. wh'en I wasadvisedi to have recourse to
your Ointment and'Pills. I did so without de
lay, anid am h appy to say thme result was emi
nenttly successful, for they effetcted a radical
cuare of mty lg nd restor-ed tite to the enjoy
ment of heai fi. I shi,(i ever speak with the
utmost comgffte ece of youtr miedimnes, amnd htavo
lecobntmended them to others itn this neighbor.
hood m.imilatly aillicted, who derived eqtual
I ani, SIr, your obliged and faithful Servant
(signed) EIblAA H i'll Y EATIE*.
The Pills should be used bonjointly with the
Oiniitmt iii ufost bf the folluwing cases: -
bad Legs, Bad Breasts, IHun, Bunions,
Uite of Afoshetoes and San-Flies, Coco-bay,
Chiego foot, Chilbmlmitts, Chiapped htandls, Curtis.
(Soft,) Canens; Cotrtacted atnd StifT Jointsi
Elephantlasls, Fistultas, Gout, Glandular~wel
lmsJtsXmbago, Piles, Rhmeumatism, Scalds,
Sore Niple,, Sore-thmroats, 13kin-digenses,Sctur
s'y, Sore-heads,' Tumnours, Uilceri, Wo~u~ds,'
.*500 AT TnP. ESTA~i.taiMENT o Pro
7aSoin stost.ow A , 214, S1'atD, (near TE'M
PLE livmt,) LoNiooN, and also at his llOUem iN
NiCw YoiRzt. OarnFas fur Magdiolre itn the
8ftt'as,' addressed T1. Ilot.L~oway, Nsw YoR E,
s#fil receive due attemntion. - 1 l'd also by all
tespectablet Druggists andI Dealers in Medicines
througtout the Limited Statt~, Itn Pets, at 37 1-2
cermts. 87 cenmim, and $1. 50 enmts eacht. Tro h
had WVholesideo at the prIncipul Drug Houses in
the Union-' - .
Egy' There I.'a consderable saving by tak
inig lhe larger .sisf.
N. B:,~-.DA~titm for thme guidanttce of patients
int every disogler gre allixed to much Pot.
Fpr ate by
P'. M.00OHEN & CO.,
MIarch-5th, 1851 23 ly.
THE b .Wand litext K lilionst of &hol .
Ihokk, ill alhi kindts iin genral use, tin be
httd at Il'l.IR & A v', i RW t 'S.