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A C. SQUIER,
NO. 206 AND 210.
- A INST RE ET
COLUIiIA, s, C.
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
WAl.1.lPA PER, &c. &c. &c.
At very low prices foar Cash. lie is consttnta
Iv replentishing his large assortment from his
.lMANUFACT()OIY in Columbia, and Iatrm
New York, and now otTrs a greater variety
than usual. especially so in FANCY ANT
ENA3MELLED FI'ItNI'TUltE, Sitting and
Rocking Clhairs. &c. &.
A. Fl. G A i & CO.'S SUPlER1OR AND
GREATLY IMPRIOVEI) PIANOS, at New
York t-ftsh prices. 4' All Pianos or Furni
ture sold by lihm are warrnted for one year or
longer. All kinds cf Fttrnita:re neatl y and
A large lot of MAIHOGANY VEN EES on
hand, with other Cabinet Maker's Materials, In
WALL-PA'l;R A N 1) JIOlDIltlNG, a
la re and rich assortment.
> Y Ftnernal served at rlactt tlotice with
letalie nill Wood Coffins.
le would restpectfully invite his friends and
the public generally to cull and examine his
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
ROBERT A. YONGUE,
(OLU.1l IA, S. C.
IIEGS leave to call the attention of his,
friends and the public to his
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
In addition to his farmer stock, he has just
received a new and extensive assortment of
GOL) und SILVElR WATCliES, Mantel
CLOCKS or every variety, Silver and Plated
Ware, a large variety tlilitary and Fancy
Goods ; Gins, Riiles, Sportsmnan s Apparatus,
Fine l'ocket and ''able Cutlery, and a large
aaaartnent.ef F.\ N :'0(I01)3S.
Hik prices will he found. on exaaination, to
- he as moderate st at :aly other establishnent
it atho South. I'h:ankful for paat favors, he so
li--itw a continnance if the patronage of his
Iormer friemat antd custom--r.
.March 1a3, 18a4. 20 ly.
WINN & CLARKSON.
TIlE nlersigned have thi, day, associated
-themselves together, unaer the above name and
style,for the transattion of all busines in the
CLOTIllNG, rena MElRCI[ANT TAII.OlIS'
line, anad may he fund at the Corner stre
formerly occupied by Clark 4 liro., wher' they
will be happy to accommodate their friends
and the public generally.
D. J. WINN,
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
March 13, 1851. 21 if
ICE ! ICE! ICE !
1E COLi'!!!A ICE HIOUSEha been
r. entirely rebuilt, so as to he capable .
hohling several thousand tons of ICE, and tis
now opened for the season. Every facility will
-be aflorded to persons living at a disamnee to
suoply them regularly. It will be sent ofyevery
rnorntng, if desirable, by rail roan, passcntger or
freight train; and the railroad agents have kind.
...yed to g;ive every facility tar ia. rnnuyr.
tation. We will always have a man at the
dilT'erent depots to receive returned blankets,
Cost of ice two cents per pound ; drayage,
tboxes and paeking 37 cents; charges on railroad
'till :e from 25 ta 50 cents per IO pounds.
BOATWIlIGIIT & IARK11.OO,
N. it flanka' arn rar v ry 'nsanntent maualo
'of transporting ice. Blankets will be furnished
3Iay 10, 1854 28 if
JUST received and opening a fine stock of
thec moaet fashionable and Latest Styles of
Spring anal Sumamer (Goodes. Conmieting int
part of thte following article.
Bl1k. & fanacy (loth.
" & "t Caaaimere.
S prinag & Summer Tweetds
Btt. Whaite & Fancy Silk Veting.
" "aa "aaaille.
" "Lincan Drillat
Bl13k. Whito & Fancy Silk Cravat.
Linean & Cambric
Silk & " H[andk'fs,
Glov ea, Socks. & Drawera
Linena Ilosomt Sheirts anda Collar.
Silk & Me-rino under Shairts.
131k. Silk "~ Hats
Panatmt & fancy Hats.
Bi1k. anal Fancy C lotlh Coata anal Sack.
"a " " Alpaca at at "
Silk, Grasa and Linen at at "
Drap d'ete at a" at
Bi1k, anda Fancy Cassimere Pants,
IOrap d'ete anad Tweteds, a
Wi~te and Fancy Linen- "
11lk. Whlite, and fancy Silk Vest.
llomaainte anda Linten
Wehat anal fanacy Slarsailes, a
All of whichl wye inavite onr friendat and the
public generally to call anti examine.
We are aslso prepared to make to ordler, any
article itt thto'I ailoring line, as neat anad Chteap
as cana be done in the State on tha satme terms.
WINN & CLAIIKSON.
A pril 12, 1851. 21 tf
ALL perstons desirotns of keeping cool or
of retaintitng or regaining healtha are
uadvisedlta tote ice freely dutring the Sum-n
lce ennt le delive-red daily by the Pass.
en ger trai a whicht leaves WVilmnington at
.7 rand a'.to n Depot tin the Wilm :gtotn
stad iaf a: .hae'r R~a il Ro:aad, ;at thte cost of
whernby pIhwiaag it within the power ofal tl
p."ifioas to tuse me anal receive sutppliesa
wItii rranharittny antd tdespatcht.
All aorer addressted to " Wihnaintont
lee ilemsae" enclosinsg thev motney will
receive punp attencitt-atay person dleair
at of rec'eiving regutlar suapphes at slttl
pteriodsa will palease send their orders, atc
coardingly nnda theair accouts will be for
wardled tat tho end. of every month when a
retatace iratit be protmptly tmnae or the
A. 1I. VAN BOKKELEN,
Jtune 15, 1851. 36 6ma.
Cristadoro's Excelsior Fluid
SHAIlt DYE, NO). 6. ASTroit HOU8E.
Thle claimasa tf this estraortdinary artic-l. to
pulie. estmati-in, aru not bustoal nians the timot
that it hts beent hbaro, thai world. l4 Is com-.
pariatively a new pareparation,. founded on ne~w
discoveries in chaemaaitry, anal it has inauagura.
tead a new era itn hatrdyvitng. Whtatare ts re
coimmenadationa ? lst,--i c-han ton the hair of
*ant obhnoxions color to nature's lack or brown
lan fie maliutes. 2d,-It assimnilates with the
hair oned nouarshe. Instead of hurning it.
~ d-~ I. pronoutnc by emninent chtemiistsa the
* iachair dye nown. 4tht .It i. Irapoa
vleIsnatthe an 1nstance of its foatro. 6lth,--lt
ts a4widiest popularity ever yet accordled to
*4ahlr.preparetion. For the eatablishamet
of$.eslasta~ roof, see thae testiamoty
at n's ,Astor Hlotne where i
Pasa etrd sek: and 'applied privately.
RICE & TH 3MsoN,
Drugglats, SumtervIlle, f. C.
EIAYNSWORTH & GREEN,
WAt. IIAYNSWORTIg. JOHN T. OREEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUnlE1'PRVI1.E, S. C.
W.V1.WL practice in Sumter and the ad.
February 15t,, 1831. 26 tf
JOHN T. DARDY.
G, LITTLE & CO.
u, IXPTit. J D. SCOTT. C, F. JACKSON.
Ao. 199 KING S.1'RTI E,
Next door to Victorir Hotel.
CiARLESTON 8. C.
Always on hand-A large and Fashionabic
AT TE LOWEST rnssn.. rnter.s,
SHIRTS, 11091 EtY,1'31fLELL,AS, &c. &c
VIlOIL.SAIll AND IFTAl,.
Apr. 12, 1854. 21 ly
White Lead ! White Lead!
S0,0)0 LTh PURE W-.1Tx
LEA D for salo low.
J. & J. I. EWART,
March 15, 1851. Cumbia, l.
THOMAS S. NICKERSON
cHAR LI STON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1831. is ly.
C. P. REMISEN,
(SUCCESS0R TO It. IIAWI.EY,)
W10LES.LE AND RETAIL
TWO DOORN [ELOW TIHE MARKET,
COl(nIBIIA, S. C.
M.trch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
DR. C. H1 YIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAR THiE COURT 11OUSE.
Drugs, lYledicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
SELECTED EXPRESLY8. FOR TillS
_arch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Dealer in Prorisions, Flour,
BAl C'ON, GROCERIES, iATE' S,
LIQUOJRS, CIG A lRS, TOBA CCO.
7'E.I S, cCc.
Plantation Sunnlies and
TEA, (O)LASSES, CilEESE, &c.
19A, Richardson Street,
COI.UMBIA, 8. C.
March 15. 1854. 20 ly.
BY G. WV. BOMAR,
South.-,eest cornaer o!f Church and Queen-sts
CiIARtLESTION, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
At Frierson's old Stand.
TrilE folin comnprise' a pairt of the
hear y and varied stock oi Goods wlhic'h the
subscribeor is niow r eeiing at Frierson's
Aluslin de Latines, Swi ad ine
Laces, Edgmtgs, Tirinttntings Jnsertings,
Ribbonts, &c. &c.
Ladies and Gentts Ilosiery.
Ilooti, Shoes, lInhts and Caps,
Ready Mlade Clothing,
All descript inns of Groceries,
Crockery a large lot.
Con fect ionary, Fruaits, Nut s, Toys, &c.
Fancy Goodls, a large variety.
Also :always ott htantd,
Iced Sodai Water, l.cemonadel and Syrup.
All eof which will bu sohl cheaper than
any other llouse in townt. Comne atnd see.
June 28, 1954 35 tf,
WIL be1ft given for the apprehension antd dfe.
livery to the Master of eiher Workhouse in
Charlestont, or any jail int the State, of 18A AC,
somtetimtes called John Ifrown, whlo, without
atny knowtt cause, left the James liill P'lanta
tion on thte 20th of Octobe~r fgt.. Said fellow
is 5 feet 8 itnches itn h,-*ight, mutee complexion,
eanart, itelligent spoken, and is a (arpenater bay
trade ;antd when htit heardl of was itn the lowe.r
couantry, on 31cord's plantation. Fifty dollars.
in addition to thme above rewtani, wilt be paid
upon proof to convrictioni of his being harbored
or emtployed by a white or coloredl person.
Apply to 3. & J. I). l(KIKATItICII.
Mlarch 29th, 1853. 2'. tf.
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
22 IlCIJIAIWlDSON NITiL T,
aml corner of (Garrais' Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C,
Marcht 15, 1851. '20 ly.
Who Wants Money ?
The subscriber for one, is partienlcriy in
want of it, and lie hopes that those whio have
patronized litn so liberally, will continue their
frkinship by piaying up. andm enabling hitm to
mect thme demmis of others. "Wheels, cannot
mtove without grease"
T. D). FRIES0N.
Jan. 18. 185f. It if
Cauuidcas, S. 0.
W. M. WATSON
Nots. 9, 18i53. 9 If
OUR OFFICE I8 PREPARED TO
All Ordercr i Job Work,
)Jitl) Ntatus aub Zlezpatdt).
We hope those of our readers wishing
work done. in this litne will givou a ln. .
'BROWNING & LElMIAN"
Frsel., lrisllt and Gerant
109 and 211 King.breet corner of Mar.
CHA RIzST'O$, S. C.
ARPE'I'JNGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brus.
sels Tapostry nnil Volv'tK.
CitThlIAIN MATIltIAIS, in Silk, Satin,
CIJItTAIN CAMIlItICH and MUS.LINS, In
E'lltOtDEREfD LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, all stvlem.
GiL:r CORNICIES, in all the new desiens.
CURTAIN GIIPS, IOLDERS, LOOPS,
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties.
11RITISH and AMIERICAN FLOOR OIL
SIl.VER and GII.T STAIR RODS and
STAIR CA I'PETINGS, of all styles.
WII.TON, VIELVE'T, and AXMIINSTER
RUGS, in great variety.
'l.ANTA''ION W O O11E N S- L. A N
KETS, PLAINS. KJEI SEYS, CAI'M.&c.
Red and White IFLANNEI.S, SIIIICI'INGS,
COTTON OSNAIURGS, of all the best
English and Amnerlan CO1TON FLAN.
French. English, and American PRINTS.
LINENS OF, RICIIAILI)SON'S superior
make, for Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases,
Trabl Damasks, Doylies , Napkins, Towellings,
Iluckaback,., Fruit Cloths, It. E. Diapers,
Grass Cloths, &c.
CLO'lIIS, C ASSIalERS and VESTINGS,
of he.'t French taxisd.
SEtVANTS CLOTHS, in il the shades of
S.'I'IN ETS, Tl'W EIEDS, JEANS and LIN.
SEVS, of all qualities and styles.
WITH A FU.L. A5son'ri:NT Or
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, TISSlES, IIAREGES, GREN
A DIN ES, 311SLINS, &e.
11031 HAZINES, AI.'ACAS and MOU RN
ING GOODS, in great variet-.
ENIlltOlDEIUER and L.ACI. GOODS, of ev.
EVENING DRESS Goods in Great variety,
All the above are of our own
and ollered at the LOWEST MA itKK ET Prices.
T Elt3S.-Cashs, or City Acceptance.
auT The one price system strictly ad.
hiered to, and all Goods Varranted.
BROWNING & LEM1AN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 1851. 11 if
iardware, Paints, and
J. & J. B. EWIRT,
COLU I]IA, S. C.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE,
Offer for Pale at very low prices, a large and
well assorted stuck of
.III.s!-A WS A N 1) .111!,.IRO'NS
PAINTS, OILS, AND DY1 E.
I:" Goods delivered at the Depot free of
J. & J. B. EWARt'.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Agency for Iron Railing and
THEI .ubsceriber will reeive ornlers, for
Caust Iron Rtailings, and other Iron work mann
ofCllME & BRO9TIIERS,
of oston. Th'le Work will lbe delivered in
Chiarleston at lk..ton prices with the expenses
of Boxing, Freight Insuranice, Drayage und
Any innraon wishing illustrated catalogues of
the difl'erent dlesigns can be suppmliedl by apply.
ing at moy store, where specimensm of somec of the
article. can also b~e seen.
A4 catakowue cana he seen at the oflice of the
No. G0 1la East hay, opposaite P. & 31. Hlank
Chuarleseton, .%. C.
SMar, 29, 1851. 22 6mn
UPIIOLSTEIAG AIAD JBDDING
WHOLESAI.E & RETAIL,
117 King Strcee, Charleston, S. C,
TIIE sublscriber is receis ing a lrge assort.
metnt of the above goods.
50,1100 RollN of P'aper Ilatg *g 10(X) pars
of Witndow Shades , 100 Minases, of every
description. Also, P'illow,, IHolster,, Lace and
Mluslin Curtains, ~amnask.* Satin D~eLanes,
Cornicme, Blinds, Fire Screens Venaitian Blinds,
A ll kinds of Uphoistoring, and the business
as usually attended to in aill its buratnches.
Hf. WV. KINSMIAN.
MIar._29, 1851. 22 ___ y
J. B, NIXON,
PROPRIFTOR OF THE
Corner Quceen and Chiurchi-sts.
Char'leton, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1851. 18 ly.
OFFACE, NonTn Cont'uF.RCI. WVtn'n
CilARtLESTON, S. C.
Feb.299, 1851. 18 13y
CHAMBERS & MARSH1ALL
WJIOLE'SALE &~ RETAIL~
F.ANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS,
No. 4, Granite Range,
CoLUntnu, 5, C.
C42T' All orders thank fully rececived and
prompuily altenned to.
A pril 19, 1854. *?5 thm
N. A. 00HEN & COHN,
IM POlTFEltS& DIEEu~ 1R V
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
NATHIAN A. C:OIIEN,
CHIA RI,EsTON, 8. C.
Miar. 1,9, 1851. 22 ly
HI. L. BUTTERFIELD,
Fullings, Bostwick & Cc,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1:1AVE constantly on hand the largest
n this place, which they are prepared to
;ell at prices lower than any oilier estab.
islhntent in Columbia.
Their Clothing is manufacttred by them
;elves With particular reierence to this
narket, and they feel warranted to say it
s inferior to none, and SUPERIOR TO
'1OS1' CLOTHING otTered in any part
)f the country. Their business is con
lucted upon tho one price cash principle,
md the price of their gonds marked in
>lain lipgres upon each article by which a
uniformity of price is observet, and the
nexperiencel hyer is enabled to make
is purchases at as low a rate, as the snore
3xperenced antd hetter judre. Persons
visiting Columbia are respectfully invited
o an examination of our stock and prices.
February 15th, 1851. 16--ly.
Look Up Street,
WEtnn Ct..u:'s llO7E! is still in op.
eration-(thanks to the kindness of good
friends)-ready to receive customers, and
rnterictin them. to their entire satisflaction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his Hotel shall not
be excelled by any house in the country.
Everything the market can furnish shall
be spread upon his table, well cooked and
cleanly. The beds are all in good order,
and shall be kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Clark pledges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, 1.51 11 tf
FET.LOW (TIIZ ENS :--it is a painful task
to dun, but stern necessity anl your negligence
and forget fulness, demand that I should remind
all those indebted to In, either by note or ae
count, to come to taw with the chink, hides or
corn at the mill, on or before the first Monday
in March next, to save yourselves of lispleas.
tre and to cheat .awyers, Sheriffs and petty
Constables out of cost, for
At the loss of a penny
You'll grumlde and groan,
Ac though the rhenmnatics
WVere piercing each hones.
The gho-t of had shill inmgs
Forever you will hcunt,
And you shake, least to-morrow
Shonkd luring yon to want.
7' Pay tip, acnd save costs, and there will
yet he a crust left yon.
'M 1f. FRANCIS fIUTI.E,
Jan. 2, 1851 13 tf.
To the Public,
JOHN (IiNA o -rs his services to the
citizens of Sumter District and the puhlic gen.
erally and pledges himself to give every atten
tlin io th sile of all properties entrusted to his
hands on commission, either at anetion or pri
vate sal-r. The facilities he enjoys, as to sitna.
tion and his long experience in the hsiness are
satisthetory et idence of his ability to do justice
to any who smay employ him.
r e o ., s ..i. 1itt
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COL UJIl)I, S. C.
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Pure J)ruys, .3ietdinex, Chemicals,
Perbiume ry, Mary 1..-I rfic/les, Jirues, ,
Glaesxu'are, Dyr. StufWs, and aill kimd.' of
GENUINE- AND) P()PUL~AR PATENT
A complete assortmnent, of thme best qnality,
and at tihe lovwest pmries.
Mharch 15, 1851. 2(1 iy.
Boots & Shoes.
JAMES FEN TON,
107 , i char1 i -ds on St reet,
(Ot.UMBiA, H. C.
HIAS constcntly Otn htane atmd is dlaily receiv
ing fresh smpplies of all kind~s of Ltadijes andmi
Gentletment's Itomits aend Shcoes. of te late,.t fcash
ions. Alsoi, FILEHII CAJ.-lKINS and 80OE
I.EA'T'l IElt for hkoot- makers.
March l, 18,4. 20 ly.
Old Brass and Copper.
ITe Sublse-rmber wti pay 12-'. cents per
pounsd in cash for any gnatmity of old Brass
or Copper, delivered at his shoups, neamr the
Wtilmningiton antd Manchecstor R. R. Depot
TI. J. COGILAN.
February 28, 1'5I 18 If'.
50 Country Hams,
JUTreceivedl anid for same by
J. T. SOLO.\IONS & CO.
May 1'7, 1851 29) tf
Country hlamms, and Shotnklers,
Pick led Hleet and Ton:gues
Goshien itottr, Rice, Flour &c.
.'l ined Pick les, in pts, qts. atnd 1-2 gals.
Olives, Capcers &c
Candlies, Rtaisotns & c
Raisons 100) Boxes at a Dollar per B~ox
PEIR R V .3I08ES
E. R, CO WPERTH WAIT,
Furniture and Chair
K ING, 207 ST'REETI,
Five Doors above Wentwvorth,.
C II A R IESITON, S. C.
SFeb. 29, 1854. 18 6mt.
T IIE- SUBSCRIBER offers for sale on
Avery reasonable termos, some valuable
improved and tnnimaproved lots in theo Town of
Humterville. For partienilars, apply to
umttterv Ile, .3an. 3d, 1854. 10-f.
OONFECTIIONA, RY AND FANCY1
.No. 136, Richardson Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
P'ARTIEH A N L WEDDIlNG8 FURNISH[ED
AT' SlIIOlRTE8T NOThCE.
1VifOLENA'.-LE .AND RET,7A IL.
Mlarch 15, 185I. 20 ly.
FlSK'3SltM ETALLIU COFFINS of al
mizos, constantly on band and for sale
y 111D1 O & IBOTIIER, ,
OIpp. Temperance Ihall Sumterville.
AT TILE OLD STAND OF S. & J. OILnF.RT
S.&E. M. GILIBE RT
continue the CARRIAGE
BUSINEXX. at the above
stand-No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, com
prising those of their own manufacture,
together with various other styles usually
found in this market. Their long acquaint.
ance with this market as manufacturers
and dealers will enable theme to olThr great
inducements to purchasers both in styles
March 15, 1854. 20 ly
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this method of informing the citizens
of Sumterville and vicinity,
that le has jnst openented ont
the corner above Clarks Ino
tel, his NEW CABINET
WA R E ROOM, where le will keep for sale,
cheap, all sich furniture as cones under thi,
tepartneit of his trade; and will furnish for
:esl, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
Furniture made. Repairing exenuted at the
Mahogany and plain Collins furnished with
Fe)b. 8, 1854. 15 tf.
A I.L pereinn who are in may debt a fee,
Will flease to come forward. and pay it to me,
For I am now out of the indulging mood,
And couldn't wait longer, indeed, if I would
The Sheriffhas got me, with harness on hack;
And soon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
If my friends don't comne rorward and give
me a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soon, all in a drift,
eut rather than go to him, sto early, hark ye
I'll give a we hit of a hint; now mark inc
If you don't pray up, right under your noses,
I'll take all your papers, and give them to
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farin
in hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
.J. S. RIC 11. 31. D.
Clarendon, Feb., 8, 1831. 15 tf
TirLd Door Sout/h of the Town HlIl
andt nearly/ Opposite Tindal d: Wiamso
111E subscriber would respectfully in.
form the citizens of Sumte'rville and
the public generally, hat be hies operne at
the above place a general assorsmr-nt of
Dry Gcols, Boots and Shoes. lats and
Caps. IIardware, Croekeryware, &c. &c.
A:so, A Choice lot of Family Groceries of
every description, with Fruit of various
kinds, such ns Oranges, A pples, Lemons,
&c. &c., which he will tall very low for
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 ly
In Equity---Sumter District,
Admi'r. of BILL.
vs. F. J. & M. Moses
Charles W. Miller. Compl'ts. Sol's.
The creditors of the late iDr. JiAues IAYS
swonrn, entitled to claim ender his assignment
to the above named Defendant, executed on
the 28th day of July A. 1). 1842. are hereby no
tified that, by an order in the above stated
cause, they are required to establish their do
nands before me, Cmnissiuner in Equity for
Sumter I)istriet aforesaid, on or before the
first day of .May next.
I also give noetice that I wvill uentil the
seaidt first day oef Silay nlext, receive proposals for
the saele oef a part of thle real estate conveyced by
the said ausiement, lying tpartly if not wheolly
in the coerporatom limcits of Sumretervitte, botundeel
by laned. of Dr. J. C. IIsvssewon-ri., W. .
Jneusoy. T'. J. Count.AN, and. Sire.. C. Bore
SAx s, and by the inew rond runrninig fromt Seem.
terville to thee steam mill of'T. J. Coutt.N &
(Co., stupposedl to conetnin abtout onte heundrrd andc
W. F. B. IAYNS~WRII,
Coi'r. en E quity 8. D.
Dlec.27. 853. 9 tf
TINDAL, WATSON &C0.
IIlE subtscribers haincg establisede tte.m.
selves at ithe stanid oppesite A. J. hloses, tore,
respectfully solicits the attentioen of their friends
rande the public teo ttheir well selected stoc'k.
Ph'ear assortment comnprises all articles lereually
kept, (e.rseplinig /iquora) and wvill be constantly
rerplenisede, and dtisposedl of on as favorable
terms aie are otflerede asey where.
'Ihmeir stock consrists in part as follows:
Laudiers' lDress Goods arnd Trimmings,
Ladies' Cellar., Chsemisettes, andt Under.
Laces, Isginge, aend Insertings,
Jaeconet antd .swiss islins.
JLadiees' and eentlemen's L.. C Ildkf's.
A large tot ofliosiery an.) Gloves, Cravats
aned Stocks. Alseo
A fulissipphy of Prints antI Domestles.
C Itoc~i.t E.', liardiware, Ilolloware,
('arpeenter's antd lrkiacksithe's Tools,
C istern Pumtips aced Pipes, Carriasre Trim-.
Crockecry and Ghassewi -o, Saddlery and
Ilocte., .Shoes, Ilats, Caps, Ready -nade
Clothmig. &c. A&. &c.
TINDA L, WATSON & CO.
J.str~s S. TINDAr..
NA t u s:L'. WA-rsoN.
II. We. G.'AiDNER.
Februasry 22, 185) 17 tf
To The Public,
Auct ions- ar's Notice.
.AMES 1. CLA RK heegs leave to noti
fy, the citizense of Sumsterville and the vi.
cisity, that he is now preparedl to give his
entsre attentiosn to any business in the
auction line. H~e hanr had some experience.
and hopes by diligenice and attentione to
merit a share of puiblic favor.
Suimferville, Ian. 11th, 1854. II..-tif
The subscribecrs are now in receip~t of
their SPRING A NI) SUMMCR STOCK,
consisting of every variety of Gents' aned
Lndies' dress goods. Groceries, 1Hard
wa~re &c., wvhich they are prepared to sell
as cheap as this market can atyord. [Please
call and examine for yoursetves.
I. C. WE BB & CO.
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. tf.
The subscriber teas matte arrangements for
the manuifactuere of fromFour to Five Trhousandl
pecirs of thte above article by thieFA LL. For
refereince as to quality, he would respecftfully
refer persons who may be dispeosed to purchase
of hin, to those whoie patronized him last year
As to price, lie will guaracetee them as low as
can be oflerded.
Mlay '22 2 ..i alOlGAN.
*TIlE Suebscribcer takes this
methodl of inefornming heis frie ndI
ansd the pt. ic, theat hee has recently enlarged
and procured the services of several good work.
nmen, andI is now ready to builtd Vehicles of any
dlescription at the hortesr notice, ile promIses
to repair with neatness and despatch and sat
isfy alt those who may favor him withe patron
age, in ceapnoes &c.
IU. C.. PO'ITrs.
L1ENCHIUIO. b. c.. Slay 10. 18I. 28 ai
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors anl 'ceeral 6onmnia
D B. McLAURIN, Esq., will give per
" sonal and special attention to the in.
crests and orders of his friends in this
tate and the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these losees
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce to the !louse in New York, either
by way of Chnrleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will he covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly giv.
May 3, 1853 27-'f
Improved Cotton Gins.
Thankful for past favours the subscriber wish
is to inform the puhlic that he still manufac
lures Cotton Gins at his establishment in State
lurg, on '.he most improved and approved plan
which he thinks that the cotten ginned on one
of those gins of the late improvement is worth
at least a quarter of a cent more than the cot.
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie also man
uactures them on the mostsnnpk construction,
of the finest finisht and of the hest materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs ('e
hardened which ie will sell for $2 per Saw.
He also repairs old gins and puts them in com
plete order at the shortest notice. All orders for
(Ins will be promptly and punctually attended
to. WIJ.LIAM ELLISON.
Statehurg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
ROBERT W. ANDREWS notofies the
citizens of thtis, and tire adjoining Districts,
that lie has removed his Stables near the De.
pot of the W. & M. It. Road. n% here he is ready
at all titres to take charge of diseased Ilorreg
for a moderate charge ; in all cases where there
is no.cure no pay will be expected. lie also
continues tI take Passengers to rlnd from the
Depot, nn expects shortly to receive a New
Omnibus for that purpose. (Goods he will hal
at the old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solicits the patronage of the public.
Feb. 22, 1853 17-tf
Manufacturer and Dealcr in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every descrtption, Noe 121, Meeting street,
and 33 Wenatworth street, next to the old stand
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
Negroes Bought and Sold,
'IIlE undersigned lsya opened an oflice at No.
16 State Street, Charleston, where he has en
hand a nut-mier of LIKELY YOUNG NF,.
GROES for sale from which lie can sulply the
wants of any of the clommaunity. These Ne.
groes are purchased in Miaryland, Virgiina,
North and South Carolina. To his lot he is
continually recciving acej ions. The hightc:t
prices pid at all iumes for negroes.
J. M. E. SIIARIE,
16 State Street.
Charleston, Dec. "1, 1833. 8 ly
J. B. N. HAMMIIVIET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTERV.[LLE, S. C.
Otice next d.or to J. D. & R. C. Vebb'sa
New York Store.
March 2, 1853 21--tf
13UTLEt NIEWBERtY have remnovedl front
theitr faormer srtuand ta rthe onte fortn,-rly occutpied
by E. I). PRIINGLiE & CO., one door North of
I-. hOY'S Jewelry Store, where they would
be pleased to see their friends anal customers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 tf
WILI.INGTON, N. C.
PA RTICIA R attenltionr given to the SALE
or SillP1IENTI of Naval Stores and Cotton,
and liber CASII AD)VANCES made on Coat
D)ec. 14, 1853. 7 ly
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
IUTLER & N EWIIERY woutld respectfulily
inform thaetr frienias anal the Pubalic generally,
that they have )tust received a large and wet se
hectedl Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
embarneing every qutaliry and style of LA DIES,
DRulESS GOOIS; lleavy Goods, &c., t~rocer.
it,,, Ihas anal Shoes of every dlescri ption; latest
style Ihats andt~ Caps; Iluardware and Crockery;
Rearly MIe Clhithing, etc. etc., to which they
particularly imuvte attention.
--- A LSO
A lot of CIIOICE SEGA RS.
DRIED-FIG8, RASINS, CANDY,
CilEESE, B1OTT~LED CIDER, PiOlRT
Berage DeLains, Printed .Iaconets, French
Camubricks.-Finao assortment oif Ging
hamrs, black and colored, and Embroidered
Goods, &c. &c.
J. TI. SOLOMONS & Co.
March 8th, 1S51. 19 tC
R. 0. WEBB & CO.
T11lIE undersigned, have associated them.
selves together, under the above namte
and style, for thme transactiotn of all busi
ness in the mercantile lino and mny be
fotund at the old stand of Wmn. WE~fBD,
where they wvillI be happy to see and lac
comodate their friends and the public.
R. C. W EBB,
R, S. WEDhB.
Muir. 15 15l. 20 f
Francis R. Shiackelf'ord,
(IIARLESTION, S. C.
TH[E stubscriher respectfully calls the
altentton of thea Planters of Satnter District
to tho above Card, and solicats a share of
their patront~ge. Trho most satisfaictory
referetnce can lie iven ii required.
1'. R1. SIIACKELFORI,.
Charleston, Auag., 9, 1854 4! 4t
T1HiE stubscrihers are naiw receiving their
ttock of Spring and Sutmmer goods, which have
been selected with great care, and canunot fal
to gis esatisfaction In style,q uality, and prli#.
Our stock compuises all articles. whuiR~4
wants andI taste of the commrunity ulemaanidAK
we molella a'all from otur friends aniR the ih
lie before callit' elsewhere a we havei mttny
new styles wiheh cannot fall to please..
TINLDAI., WA sN& CO.
Ma,$,185L. , x ..-' .tf
For the Cosuplete Cure of
COUGSR, COI.1)S, 1. ! kNZ Al.4
ANT11l1A. I11ONCIITS. XPlTTIXG
OF)?I1.O), 4' ALL OTilEIl L:.V
CO.tlPLAIV'T TENDING TO CONS
This preparation is get ting into use all over
our Country. The urnmrons letters we re
ceive from onr various Agents, informin us of
cures efiected in their ammneliato neighborhoods.
warrant us in sayiwg it is ono ol the best, if
not the vrry best Cough Medicine now before
the public. It alnmost inariably relicres and
not nfrequently cures the very worst rases.
mhen al other Cough preparations have fail.
el, this has relieved the patient, as Druggists,
dealers in isedicins, anid 'lhysicians can testi
fy. Ask the Agent in your mearest town, wha t
has .heen his experience of the effects of this
Meicime. If he has been se)ling it for any
length of tirne he will tell you.
IT IS TIlE REST MEDICINE E NrRACT.
Below we give a few cttrncts from letters
we bhtve rec,-ived lately regardi: g the virtues
of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Olin, of Knoxville, Ga.. says:--"
Ilhare l'ern .using your Lirscrort and Tar very
elten rely in my practice for three years past,
and, it is with pleasure I state my belief in invi
stuiperiority over all other articles with which I
am aceuernted,for w/hich it is recemencnded."
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Beinvers. writing from
Waynesville, N. C.say:-"' The Lirerwort and
Tar is tnecnming dully more pop edur in this Coun
try, and we think justly so. All erho have tried
it speak in connendable teems lot it, anl say it
is tery becnjicial in alleviating hac complaintsfor
which it is recomenecededl."
Our A gent lin Pickens District, S. C. Mr. S.
It. McFall, assures tie " that he umss it with great
benefrt in his own family, and recommends it to
his neighmbosis." lie gives an instant ofa Negro
woman, in his vitinity, who had been suffering
with disease of the Lungs for many years, at
tended with severe cough, who was relieved
by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such arn the good reports we hear of this
Mediemie from all parts of the South. For a
report of the surprismg cures it has performed
in the Western and Northern and Ea tern
States, we would invite the sullring patient to
rend the pamphlet which aeumpatuies each
bottle. To all, we say, hit e hope, /aece hope !
TRY TRE EYIDIINE
BE WARNED IN SEASON!.!
And negleet not that cough wlhiclh is daily
weakenin your constitution, irritating your
threat an tlungs, and inviting on that riread! "-eae osmton ha os.tig JIel
e-ase-, Cotnsumptioni, whmaen io soothin di Heal
ing a remedy can he obtained as Dr. itoger's
Syrup of Liverwort anal Tar.
IEWARCE OFCOt:NTERI:rS AND
The genuine article is signed Andrew Rug
ers,on the engraved wrapper around each bot
Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for$3. Sold
whiolesale and retail by S(OVIL & 1EAD,
111 Chartres St. bet. Conti and St. Louis,
N. 0., meole Agenmis for time Somn hernm states, t '
whom all orders and applicationes fmr Agencies
rmust le addressed.
1SOLD ALSO Y
MetL-R & Ime t TTUN, Sumterville, S. C.
T. J. WomAtx, tm-aden, S. C.
Z. J. Dr.nmaY, Camden, S. C,
8. HeIAcit, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 12, 1854 31 Gino,
The Far-famed Medicine !
.Thmese Pills being composced entirely of nmdi
einal It-rbs, are of a most hmarmlemas natuire
whlile the extraordinary virtuees theay posesemue
hmave reentered them unmiversally pipniar itn
nentrly every part of thme wvorldl. 1'hie tnnmne
,muceoss they Imave maet wvith thromughout the
State is most. extrtordinary, iwinig. it is pre
summede, to thmeir wondmerful eflicacy in time cure
ol Buihmus c'omeplainets and dietorders ofthe Liver
antd Stomach. P'ersons whom persevere itt ueiig
theem int ac-coamnmce wsitht that directionsi, sel
dhom fail in being resetemred to he-althm.
WVEAK(NESS AND DE~IIl.I'V,-R lESTOR..
ATlON TO JIEAJL'I'l OF A GENTLEMAN,
AGED) 45, W HIEN AT DEATil'S DOOR.
Copy~ of a Letter from the R1ev. Cha'-les Smith,
edeted Norton, St. Philips, hnear .G~u,,, Somer
setshirc, 17th Augsust, l153.
TO PiaOFEsstoa not.t.owsy,
.Sir,-A AMr. Jozs c-m PUx-roN, formerly a res
itlent of this place, lhad beeni in a declining state
of health for upwards of three yearse, gra ually
wasting away to a shadow by nighmtly perspira
tions and wanmt of appetite, which causeed great
uneasmness to lhis friends, as he hade consulted
various medical mnen in Bath, wvithmout effect.
'Ie at hist used yomur Pills, andi tinder provi
dence, was restored to health by their meains.
lIe lately emigrated to Newv York,and hiasjus
wvritten to say, that he was never better in
health.. and desired me to acquaint you wvith the
circmistance. I ought also to mnention, that
my wife hadl derived great benellt from the usae
of youmr Pills. I remain Sir, yours rempe trully.
CilIAL LES SMIITI I, Dimmenmtlin mister.
A P'KltMANEN'pT ~.( OF A l)SEA sEDb-4.
LIVERi, OF MANY YEAllS' DURIAI'ON.
Copy of ae Letter fromt Mr. Ganmis, Chemist,
1 eoril, to Professor Hlolloeea .
D~ear Sir,-mn this district youir Pi'ls corn
maned a mnore extenisive sale thin any other
Proprietary tnedicine before thme piblie. As a
proof of their eflicacy in Liver and Bilious Com-.
plaintslImay mention the follow inmg case. A
ady ofthis own. with whm I am personally
acquainted, for yters was a severe suffererj~
from disease of the Liver andi digestive organs;
hermnedical attendant ssauroed her that hee c14ee
do notheing to relieve her sufferinmgs, and it wasn
not iikely she coill suri'ive many months.
Thlis announcement naturally caused grneat
alarm among her friends and relIations, and they
iniduced leer to make a trial of youer Pills, which
so improved ker general health thit she was
iniduced to continne thoem unitia time recived a
perfect cure. This is twelve months ago, and
she lha not experienced anty symatoms of r-e
lapse, amid often dleclares that your Piillsm have
been time means of iving her life.
1 remaein, Dear Sir, youmrs truly,
July 53rd, 1853. (Signied) J. Gauxta.
These relebrated ijlls are avondrrfliy efsJcactous
in the folloeing complis:
Ague, Dropsy, inflammatieni, Soro Throats,
Asthma, Dysenery, Jaundice, Stone and Grav
ei, Bilious Complaints, Erysipelas, Liver Com
plaint, Seconedary ymmptoms, B~l-tches on the
Skin, Bowel Complaits, ColicimConstlpauon
of .he Bowels, Consumption, Dhility. tamale
Irregularities, Fevers of all kinds, iets, dont,
Headl-ache, lndigestion, Lumbago, Plies, tetu
mnatism, Retention of Urine, Scrofbia,. ow
King's Evil, 'Tio Douloureutx, Trumours U!
cers, Veniereal A fIectionts, Worms of all kinds,
Weaknmess, from wigtteve'r cause, &c.,&.
,. 8lO~ AT Tu ESTAsT.tttMENT 'o Eo
FaEsomi a lm.e.owA V, g-4-, St-aAND,(near T1'ix
Pi.F. IIA,)L~oeeon, ande altonat his lloua t4
Newv Yonx. Oaozas for Medicines ten the
States, aeilressedl ,T, HorL,owAy, Naw Yeas,
will receive daie attentIon. Sold ailso by all
respectable DlrC(ggsta nod Dealers I Meidicinem,'
threui bont that Uigdtst States, in litixes at
37 I.'Jeents anal 51,50 cenuti each. To be had.
Who esale of the principal tag Houses in,
tabhrer'i a -ondderable saying by
K-l54e~tknes tim he luidanco' of patiets
IA tlry diIit~clihteilixed to catci B~ox.
I1. M. C'ulilEN A fO,