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I am now receiving
ONE OF THE LARGI
ever brought I
which I will sell lov for cash or to appro%
experience and the ready money to buy go<
articles remarkably cheap, viz:
A LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOC
IIATS. CA PS, S110ES, COOPE
BUILDING MATERIALS, CARIP
HARDWARE, of all description.-, I
STONE JUGS AND JARES, STI
CARRIAGE TRit M M INGS, CARl
LEATIIER OF ALLKINDS, Sadd
STATIONARY AND CONFECTI
CROCKERY, in diiner setts and oti
GROCERI ES, of all kinds.
And -vaikont any article
Sept. 20, 1854.
Penn Medical University
Thliis New lustitution has abolished the
annual repetition of Lectures and the
comminmgleng of all branches, and subst itu
led pnrogressie and much more e.ftensire
studies, as demanded by our age. Medi
cine is tanght in 24 branches, and distri
buted, accordgin to thmir natural order of
succe&ssion, over 4. Courses of Lecttures
and Practical Exercises, field during 2
years, hy 12 Professors and .3 Detnonstra.
tors. Such studies are more thorough,
easy and agreeable, every branch fully ac
(luired, serving to illustrate succeeding
higher branches. Lectures conitmence
Oct. 9th, 1854. and continue four months.
WM. SCi510ELE, M. D., Dean.
N. W. cor. of Arch and 13th Ss., Phila.
Sept. 20, 18.54 47 3t
Land For Sale.
T HE Subscriber of'ers for sale a valuable
tract of Land contaiining 516 acres, all
in one body, situated two imley above Cal
vary Church, and fourteen miles below
Eumterville, and half a mile from the road
leading from Cain's Savannah. Also, a
piece of 80 acres lying in Santee Swamp,
convenient to said tract, for stock range.
This land is well fixed with a good dwell
ing house and all necessary out buildings.
Also, all plantation tools, Blackstmith's
tools, and a very fine Handmill; all the
stock belonging to the place, incluiding
I logs, Cattle Sieep and Goats. This land
will be delivered to the purchaser next
N.B.-Thie lai will either be sold sep
crate or with the stock, &c., to suit the
purchaser. Te. W.
August 2, 1654. 410 tf.
Al.A1S EXPRESS COMPANY'S
LINE hax:ng been extenided to Sumter
rille, the Mll -'RClIANTS aid CI"IZENS
hale daily facilities for procuring lleavy
Goods and all descriptions of ligh-ht aid
valuable packages from Charlestwa and
the South, by the way of the South Caroli
ia and V ilinington and Manchester Roads,
andi( Iromi all points North via Wilmin go,
N. C. Competent and attentiirc -.Uecssen
gers "' accompainy rachi wail train for the
xwcurity and promup! delivery of all article~s
coninitted to "our " charge.
The well known responsibility of thme
Company is suflicient mo reconmmded it
as thme imost reliable as well as the pronmpt
est means of transit of arlicles for all kmnds.
Sept. 13, 1.854 460 tf
Matthiessen & OHara,
.....asi Bay, coirner of/ Queen Street,
CilARLESTON, S. C.
WVOULD respect fully call the attention
of the Merchmants of South Carolinma, decal
lag ini READY MADE CL.OfIlNG, to
our extensive and varied stock ofiClothing,
of all qualities troml the highest to the
lowest. All goods from our Establish-.
meat are warranted both for style atnd
cJ'Particular attenitiotn given to orders.
WMt. MtATTiHIEssEN. Mt. I'. o' IARA.
Sept. 13, 18M4 46 tit
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured !
PAULDING CouNTY, DALTON, GA.,
August 26th, 18M5.
Mr. CHARI.ES DELoR~sE,
DEAa Sla : For several years past I
Save beeni severely amficted with sick head.
:aches, aind after trying every thinmg I could
'think of, and receiving no benefit whatever,
I at last gave, myself up) as a conirmed]
<lyspeptic. But hearing of your pirepara.
tin, "The lBalsom of ,ife," I concludt
to give that a trial also, and procured twcn
bottles frorm your Agent, Dr. T1. A. Dargan
of Darlington, S. C., and from the timeI
began to take it, I have not had a smugh
a13tam k of headache, and now iet-l in hopei
that even the two bottles have made a curt
of mre. But, fearing that I may have
relapse, 1 have deterinei~d to co'ntinue i
longer, aand 1 enclose you $10 00 for whici
you will please send as maniy bottles as i
mcustonmary for that amount. By Rail Road
JOHN J. G REEN.
P. S.-Please forward by express trait
ISept. 6, 18354 45 tf
PAUL T. VILLEPIGUE,
CO3IMISSION and F'OR W A RDIN(
CHIARLE.dTO'\, S. C.,
selts Cottoin, Crain, Flour, Iacon, and al
othier articles of prodhiee.
.Ntrict andl t rompj t attention given to thi
FlultWVA lit)TNG of Goods aind Produco.
A ugust, U, 182l 41 tf
Byv Rev. Dr. CUM MNis, or Lonldonl.
AM EI'tCANS, will you read thmis masieri
expsaure of the Mylsteries of Roume ?
,JO[JN P. JEWETT" &. COMPANS
(P d s
and opening for sale
ST STOCK OF GOODS
o this market,
-ed cunstomers on time. Having ten years
ids with, enables tie to offer the following
)DS, m'ostly domestic.
..s WARE, BASKET WARE, &c.
1'BNTER'S T00OL8, CUTLERY, &c-.
Mts, Ovens, Skilletu, &c.
Ivry, lla rress, &c. &c:
that smay be called for.
Mu. ErDTon : Please annneCC Col. J.
Ml. Niitisos as a candidate for Senator for
Clnremonit County, at the ensuing election,
and oblige MANY VOTER.l
February 8th, 1854 15 tf
[0' Watchinnn please copy.
MN. El'rrou : You will oblige many
citizens by announcing Cot. J. 1). B.AND
imo as a candidate for Representntive for
Claremoit County, at the next session of
Feb. G, 1854 15 t f
W-"' Watchman please copy.
Mr. Editor: The Citizens,
cf ('lareminon C-tunty are dsirous that C. W.
L. R1INNOLDS, repreo-nt ths i in the ncxt
legisaiture. 11y annoutwing him a Candidate
for ihat office, youk will oblige them.
95& We are authorised to
announce Maj. A. C. SPAIN is a candi.
late for Representative from Claremont
Cunity, lit the ensuing election.
Feb. 22, 1854. 17 tf
93z Messrs, Editors: You
will oblige many voters of Claremont Elec
tion District by announcing Col. R. LA
ROACH, ilf- Rl(YOT as a candidate for a
seat in the Lower Branch of the Iegisla
ture of the State of South Carolinn, at tlhe
Feb. 22, 1854. 17 tf
We the friends of A. R.
BRA DIl A Esqr., take plea-mre in an
nntitcinr him as a candidate for Shterill'
oI Smitter District, at. the next E.lection.
Mar. 29, 1854. 22 tf
I We are authorised to
annonice Mr. JAMES E. VITIER
SPOON. of Salem, a Candidate for RIep
resentatice for Claremont County at the
March 8. 154.. 19 1 f
A Number of Voters take
p!castre in announeigm- Col. WILLIA.\l
A. COCLOUG I I a candidalte for Sher
ilfof Sit er District, at the next elect ion.
Alaren 15, 1854. 20 1 r.
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Ca ~pt. TI. I). iFoiesso nts a Cand idate for
SherifY of Suttor Dtstrict at the entsuing
e lect ion.
Aug. 2.1, 1853.
FOR T.-IX LCOLTACT1OR.
ROBERTl WV. D)UlANTl, a candidate
for T1ax-Collector of Sa'etm County, at the
next electionl, anid oblige
Jan uary 1-1, 1852 1:d-if
G The friends of Capt,
P. M. (G!nBO NS announittce him a candli
date for the otlice of TVax-Collector for
Salem County, at theen~snting electiot and
oblige MANv YutEis.
Oc tober 1 91J.
F'OR0 ROJDJI N.11 Y? 1.
W M'lr, Editor:-You will
please anlnonnen ~ WILLIAM Fl. BiR IN
SON nt. a cantdtdatte for the (O)lice of (Ordi
tntry .f Sumtter IDistrict, at the ens~ningt'
A pril 27th, 1852 27-ti
(L-r We are authorised to
autnoute Coll. (OEO. S. c. I )tSCIIA31PS
a candidate for Clerk ot thte Court of Sum.
ter District at te ensuing electiont.
August. 19, 1854 42 tf
We are authorised to an
noun0ce J. L. JONES a candidate for Clerk
of the Court of Sutaitr District at. thte en
A ug ust 16. 1854 42 t f
(icr We are authorized to
anntounce T. .J. DlENKINS, Esq., a Candidtate.
for Clerk of the Court, at the e'nsuing el.ctiont.
MA NY VOTEliS.
April 16th 3851 25 if
0zr Mr. Editor ': P'leasea
nounce Mr. J. J. MlcKELILARI, a Cantdi
date for Clerk of thos Court, for Sumntter
Ditstrict, anid oblige MlANY VOTEtts.
A pril 13, 1852. 2
F OR C LE RK .
MR. EIlTOR:--MANY FRI ENDS
of W. 3. N. IIl~amET- tare desirous of pnit
ting htimt in inoinatiotn for the Otlien oft
Clerk of the Court of Sumtter District, at
.the ensnitng electiotn.
May 24, 1853. 30-t f
to ine We are authorized
for Shterifl'ot Snmtter District at the ensut.
December 21, 18528
Mr. Editor :-Please an
- nounce JOLIN N. McLEOD) a candidte~zt
.for Shteriff' of Sumter District anid oh.
lige MANY FRiENDS.
y June 29th, 1853 35-if
WIE are authorized to announce W
, LE1iWIS a candidate for Ordinary at
the entsuinlg electioni.
.1uino 28 1I1 1 tf
20,000 Pair Plantat
TIlIE subi-criber begs leave to announce t,
hand and constantly receiving Laree supplii
Gents, Boys, Youths, and Children's Boots
0-:' Oiders froi the country faithfully al
31r. DA.Y will lbe haippy to receive orde
few day s. Plantatien lats by the case onl
September 27th, 1851.
Anatomical Lectures And
I. MYDD1lETUN AllGUEL will comn
mence his priva1te course on A natoilny
anIl Physiology, onl the first' 1lomlay in
November, at his Anatomical Roons, op
posite the Medical College.
Dr. lnciul, offiers the following advtn.
tages to Students attending the Aledical
session in Charleston. A complete course
of I.ectures is delivered during the season
on Anatomy and Physiology, the Professor
illustrating his course by preparation,
drawings and models. Dissections are
conducted on alln improved p1n, consisting
in interroagating each member of the class,
and naking t him demonstrate his own dis
section. The Student mtay hereby multi.
lily his opportunities for acqniring a knowl
edge'of ne of the most important aid difli
cult departments taught in the Collee.
Saturdays are devoted to Microscopical
Examimnitions tire huld regilariv every
n ght on each of the several branches, giv
ing the class the benefit of a rehearsal, in a
condeni. ed rim, of the subjects lectured on
by the Professors of the Medical College,
:, as to recail whatever may have escaied
a tiention, and to correct errors entertained
Iy imisapprehteniding the ineaning of the
Dr. M ., will lind pleasure in recoin
inendthing the proper text book3 in general
use, in itroducmttg his plilus to the ac
utlaintance of the several Professors, and in
facilitating Ihe tudhenits :i all matters con
nected with their studies.
Reference may be made to Dr. AT., at
his residence Queen street, 74, or at his
Aiatonieal Rooms opposite the College.
Terms, Ten Dollars.
The subscriber is also prepared to take
private pupils who for the orditary otlice
fee of one hundred dollars a year bliall have
access to a Large library, diagraims, plittes
and models, tnmd be furnished gratuitously
with the ticket to the lull coiurse ceiveredh
iin the Summner Mledical Institute. i s
l~puis wdil titus be tmade fatmil iar with dtais
ease at the bed-side, andh be madetl pairti.
piants in iumaty surgical ad ubatetr ical
cases occurrinig in lots practice, whfile they
btecomie acqluamiLed with thei methods oii
nmixing and adot nistermng drtugs. Th'Ie
strictest attetiin will be paid to the Mi
croscaipe mn conniectin with A natomvy lamI
Pathology, anid examinationms neld every
MCil)T~c~ON 311CitE , M~rf~ . D.,zt:t:
WV. I I U1 M E, Prf. rf .1Iedicall Chiemisiy.
F. M1. ROlIERTHI'ON, Prrf. rf Obhsetrirc
anad Diseases rf1 Womea.
R. A. KINLOCi!, Prrf. if .'urgery.
F~ee for the coturse $50). L~ectures comt
me neec itn A pr ii and termmtiate abotut thme
mtiddhle a' .July.
August 21, 1.3 t .13 tf
Choice Old Brandy and
WeV have no w ini store somite very supe
riaor ld lr.ady, whichI has beeni selhecitd
by tturselves, for medicinal putrposes. Its
aige andh imildness togethler wiath its pturity,
wiltlibe or great cons~equectie to inivalids
who are necessitated to use it.
A variety of very select WVines, constintg
Old Mede(1ira, O1ld Port Wisacm.
Briownm Fiacrry, Pale Slacrry' &
Puure Clarei. Wi..ct,
Imtporte~d by tourselves, all oif whfich we
warrat genuine, and 0f the very best
For sale by
1BOATWRV1I IlT & BA RLK U; LOG,
Conrt flouse Range, Columbia, 8. C.
July 26, 1854 3d9 thf
CINA andu Graaitte TVea's,
(raiite innier andl fireakfas.t Plhates,.
Steak Dishesa, llntter Dishes, Sotup Howls,
Custiad Stands, Frits Stands,
Flower Vases, Chaina anal Class Candilesticksa,
Preserve IDishues, hieanteis, TIumnblers,
Glaiss Pitcherui, and a tnumber of other articles
just receivedl anal for sale~ by
T. J. SOLOMONS & CO.
March 22, 1854 21 tr.
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
(IAIT ERS, &C,, &C.
TrIlE Enaporinm of Fashtian and Quality,
wheare miay tie foundl i amplete asisortmenit of
1,adies' Mlensi' Iloys' Misses anda Cihielrens'
Ifuots. Shoess,GCaiters. &c'., of abinos.t every style
and goaalit y. They are fresh goodfs and are all
warrated to give iaitistiaction.
J. T1. liitUNSON.
Next door to R. C. Webb, & Co.
Mar. 22, 18Mf. 21 i f
Th'le amost charming of Amiericant Romaincet.
JOIEN P JEWETIT & CO.
Sept. -, 185 47 -
e Ball in
ion Brogaiis at the P
LY'S BOOT AND SHOE
3JET C Hi TV 3
the Planters and Merchants of Suinter and
:s of 'LJANTATiON 8110EN, together w
ind Shoes, of every kind, aid from the tmo.
id promptly attended to.
rs fron the Merchants of Sumterville at A
g Street, Charleston, S. C., a few doors aho
Guns, Ammunition, Fishing']
.1ianufacturer, Imuztrler awd Wholesale
and11 R'tlaiI I)uer in Shot, Guns,
RlsPistols, Fishing Tackle. andl
all kinds of Sjortiig Appatraitus,
Ti get I ter wit I a genera I assortment of
IMATEIRIALS FOlt GiN MAKERS. :
Ni, E3. Copr. otf Wa-tlnullt naadl
eco~n(E Streets. Palindel paia.
All ot which, and such other artieles as
belon!r to lin Ile or lsiness, will be soLd
;s low as canl be arorded by any establish
Intent in the Uniited States.
IN testimony ot his skill as a nianufacttir
er, the Fraikl istitiute of Phhdadelphia,
has aw.arded to hini sine 1610, two certli
rates, six silver iiiedal s, and one iecall
premiini; and in 185-1, the Urystal l'alace
i>f New York, awanled to int a tiedal, thei
only.one awarded for Shot, Guns and It;.
ies in the United States.
Krider's Spurting Anecdotes," iiinus
Lrative of certain %arieties of Anercan
Ganiv, with reiarks on the Ch.iracter of
le )og, Field Dogs, Surpo, Woodock
Rail, Partridge, Duck and Pidgeon match
shooting, on the Rtice l3nnntg or Read
Bird, Grass Plover, 1lull-hicaued or Golder
Mlover, Canvass B.ck and Red Headed
Duck. Anerican Widgeon, Scaup Duck
ind Canada Goose.-Price $1.00.
Address JOHN KILMER, Second and h
Ang. :i, 1854. 44 1 y.
Lands For Sale.
.E olr for Sale the . Plantation on c
which Jan. TI'aIlcr re-sidel at ihe tune b
if his dea-th, lyiiig on Lynches Creek, 20
nailes east of Carauden. in Kershaw and Dar
lingtin Districts, coitaiiitng 1,0t0 acres,
ii or V1, with1 tolerable litidings -
2(10 ares cleared. Also dtO acres Bottom
Lind, in cultivstion. \Ve wdl receive bid
a~r said L~aiii until the 1st. of Decemiber
next, if not sold by that thne it. wiltl he sold
on the 20th Decemiber, 1~5 1, at pitbbei
Alson, thirce oilier tracits of Laind. one lv
ng in t he fork of l.y nches (C-ceks, con- ].
taoinmg 4lit) acres, und one on Bilack R(iver,
ii Kershaw laistrici, coittaiing 150) acres,
nore or hCess.
All lhe alaove named L ands wvillI be sohl
at the late residenico of .las. Tiller, dee'd.;
itny furt her inuinat~iion waiting, call on the
.1. I. T I L L Fi,' ( S "'
A4ugust 23J, 185k1 43 6t
D)ESHIABLE LA1NDS FOR SALE.
ig 'illE anibscriber otii.rs for sale that val.
I uablle Trauct of Land oni IbiL Lyvnches
Creek, formierly oniedh by Iivic k Yong,
decease~d, lying in Kershuaw and Chles.
terfield lDisitricts cofitniing between sev
en and eight thaousand acres.
Thew impijrovemenets consist of the settle
men~it u pin which t'. dceased resided at
the tiline of his deth, consisting of Dweuvll
ing I louse, Gin.-ilouse. Screw and all nee
essary out. bu ildings, all in grood repair.
Also, another settlenient with a coimforta
ble Diwelling lion ujseand neccessamry out
buildings, Tlhiere is also on the promises,
andI convc~ enit to both settlemnents, a
fir -a rte Grist .Mill, on a never-faihung
st re iml.
This is~ con)ceded' lo be Ilie itist v-al a.
blec t and desirabLle hiand on Ly~nchies Creek,
and its produtct iveness is known~ to be un
suirpassedt by any other in the country.
A I urther dhesc ripitann is uniinecessary
piurchasers are jivited to call and examiiite
for lthemel vea. The hind wdlI be sold1 in
a body, or dlivided to suit pitrchazser.s, terms
ad~e liberal. J. D). YOUNG.
Atag. 23, 18:.4. 413 f j.
A reshi suapply of SPItING AND) StlM51ER
GOGUS31), embracing any ting and EVI~htX
S hiing.,-lecitedl by thle Siubscribmer htimself,
whioiie loing experienice anid knowleidge or the
Ithat smei oif thiem are chteatper goods~ thanut have
ever lieen briiighti i this nmarket.
tron n itIlomeiispnnis 25 yaurdst to the dollar.
Genitlemen-t's Iloskin Ghives 75 ets. a pair.
Huamiifuil coiloredi altin at 12 1-2 ets, per
yiar.l. Frenchl I rillings la ets. a yard. a fine~
asso'rtatment of I'anev y(oods that umst uaudshjoud
Griiceries, Crochery, I a rdware, 11ats, andl
lhoianets, I audies, Gents, and Youmths mlhtei andl
Gaithers, line atnd comnmonm. Tlo eniumerate
ti inhl be tiiu tvilions, but comei andl see. andii .
wtill warurant you satisilzct iont, lmtih int tyle, and
pirices P'lititY M108K8.
April 5it, 1851 23 tf.
A large lot of North Carolina Bacon and
flour, atlway- ont htatnd amii for saile biy
Sept. 6, 185I 45 tf
Yarn and Osnahurge..
TilK E unkseritiur, A get for the DeuKalb atan
factury, oflers theIr goods at miantfeururs
May 2. ULM- 27 ti
lanter's and Factor's
Villiammsbu rg Districts, that ie has now on
ith anl unrivaled stock of Ladies, Misses,
;t fashionable WVorkmen.
r. China's Hotel, where lie will remain a
EDWA RD. DALY,
-e tne M1erchant's HIotel-samne side.
Dr.W. Jas.Dargan& Co.
ET Alf, DEALERS in Drugs, Mcdi
eines, PaLinllts, Oils, Dye Stuffi, Pa
ent Medicines, Winlow Glass, Perfuminery,
-'ney Articles, aid a variety of other articles
isunily kept in Drug Stor"e.
No. W. DAltG AN, W. JAs. DARGAN, 31. D.
t'j" Next door to China's Hotel.
Janl. 2, 1851. 10.--1f.
(1lllT NOW IN USE,)
And ia variety of -other popular Patent Xedi
ines, for sale by
Dr. V. JAS. DARGAN & CO.
!. 29, 1851. 18 tf
A Lot of Paint Boxes,
%Water Colors,) for aile by.
Feb. 29, 185-L 18
A large supply, kept constantly on hand
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 18 tf
Excelsior Family Starch,
In pound package-s, powdered. Also the
isdty celebrated Curn-Starch. for sale by
DARlAN & CO.
Feb. 29 .18531. 18 tf
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Prepared by Rutshton, Clark & Co. Also,
old drawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for laile
-A RGAN & CO.
Fel. 29, 185-1. 18 t'
ancy and Toilet Articles
A beaumiful assortmem. Call at Pargan's
nd examine them. Also a variety of Note Pa
er and Envelopes, for sale by
D)ARG AN & COs
Next door to China's Houtel.
F..b. 29, 1851. 18 i f
it ICOE & T H OiYISON,
SLMTERV,.LLEs, s. u.
)ealers, in Enmglish, French and American
'ints, Oilst, Varnishes and Dye-Stuffrs,
blass, Putaty, ine iad Sand Paper. Paint,
arnish, Camemal Hair andl Whlitewash
lrus~hes,.Fine anid Choice Perfumery and
4nicy Gooda, Pure Liquors and Winies,-for
nedical purpoises, Lanocets Scarificatore
md Cuppinag Glasses, &c.
All thme Popular Patent Medicines direct
rom the piroprietors.
AgenIs lay inpinlment for Dr. Jaynes'
utd Dr. D~ennis' celebrated Family Medi
ines, also foar F'arrell's Arablian Liniment,
ilmrtimeor & Mawbray's llampton Tin.c.
ure. Cnrter's Spanish Mixture. &c.
All articles from this Establisinnent are
va rrantled fresh an md genuine.
Phmysiianas, Planters and country Mer
'hanmts seniding to us, can rely n pon gettinig
'rimec Articles, and having their. orders
>rompltly ex ecuited.
July 2(1, 1835I 39 tin.
Office Wil. & Man. R..R.
WVtLu.roN, N. C. July 11, 1854.
IN consotiuence of tosses sustainedA by
lhe escape of fugitive slaves, wihm forgedl
aflses', (aver this line~, and to guard against
I in future, thme followimng rules will take
dlTect on amid after thme 15thi inst.:
TVickems to pass over thmis Road will, in
'1 case, h'e sold to a negro.
Owmners of slaves must, in person, pur
banse lthe ticket, and point out to Lime con.
hiactor, the negro for whom it was bought.
L. J. FLEMING,
GenI. Sup.- W. & M. R. R.
A ugust 2, 18.54 40 2mm.
C. T. MASON,
WATCH-.MAKERI & JEWELER.
IS prepared tp do'allmanner of work in hmi
ine, whm nientmiess andl despatolh. Ills termr
mre Casu. It, is still at ii old stanad jusn
ibove, tao Town Ilall.
Eelb. 8, 18-,1. . 15 . if
Just Arrived and for Sale,
anmd Fixtures, &c.
Violins and Guitarp;
Vhohin amid Guitar Sirings,
.L.11. IAN KS.
Ammgmst 9, 1854 41 tf.
LADIES DI1SS GOODS.
Tlissnies, Berageos, Colou red Silks. Plaimn
mad fringed Bla Silks. Printed amtd Plaini
Jcnt&c&c- For sale by
Je28hJ. T. SOLOMON &Co.
Jun 28h 154.25 ti
G R El T-.0 V TE
.RIAT. 115 4
FOR ALL BOW
Such as. Cholera, Dysentary, Diarth"a, Cholk
ALSO, ADMIRABLY ADAPTED T(
Most Especially Pa
The Virtues of Jacob's Cordial are i
Ist. It cures the worst cases of Dirrha-a.
.nd. It cures (he worstforins of Dyeentary,
3d. It curcs Californtia or Mexican Dir
4th. It relieves the .severest Cholic,
5th. It cures the Cholera Morbus,
6th. It cures Cholera Infantum.
A few Short Extracts 0onI
"1 have used Jacob's Cordial in my family,
judgment a valuable remedy.
"-It given me pleasures in being able to reconi
rience, and the experienr-e of my neighbors an
for me to believe it to be all that it puirports.t.
Wn.1I. UUuSa WOOD. Furmtr
"I take great pltaxure In recomtending thim .
diseases, for which I believe it to be a soveruigi
ever tried by me."
A. A. GMutLD
"I have used Jacob'.s Cordial' in my family,
by those who have tried it, induces n.e to believ
of the kind, and I would recommend its use in ti
Mtit.ics G. Vonstus, Cashit
"If there is any credibility in hunian' test int
above all other preintrations for the cureo4f Bow
favor coming in from all quarters, it must be vo
if not all other 'xtent' preparaitons."
A Ft.Eai ss, CaIu
'"his eflicient remedy is traIMvlling into cole
into Russia, and gaining conmendation wherev
For sale by DAnGAN f4' Co., Sumtervile
lington ; T. J. WonKtA 4 Co., Camden ;
Principal Depots, H AvtI
And by the Principal Merchants and IDr
July 20, 1854.
NEW & FASHIONALE
SPRING & SUMMER GO0)S.
The subscriber would respectfully call
attention to his large and well assortod
Challiea and Berego DeLainae,,
Plain colored Bereges, printed dar.
P'rinted and plain Jaconet Mushmnt.
'Poplin and Linen Lustres, in drtes.
Black and col'd Silks, Marcelain Silks
Dotted & l'lain Swiss Muslins, Mull
Fine Embroidered collars, Chemi.
settes. Infants Waists &c.
Alexander's Kid Gloves, Lisle Thread
At low and unifori prices..
t -: .lIANk&.
OSNATIURGS, Plain Striped
Blue Denimtn 'l'ickings &c.
Bleached and Brown Shirting, 9 1.4,
10 1-4, and 111-4.
Linen Table cloths, Diapers &c.
Iong Cloths of all qualities.
Fronting.r LintIe, Pillow-case Line..
by ., L. B. HANK-.
EATABLES, Figs. Prunes, - Raisins,
Preserves, Calidies, Nuts &c. &c. .
L. B. IIANKS.
Alnost anything else to be called for
For sale by L. B. HANKS.
April 5, 1851. 21 tf
Suaimterville, S. C.
Respantfully informstle peij,lo of Sim
-tr Dilstric that he hJ just totelve.1 and
now oirs for sale the best *elected andJ1
most t:huice stock of
Spring and Sunner
That canot be surpassed by anything in this
mnarkets lie htas received matny ntew styles
whichl purchasers would do well to e xamnine be
foire buying elsewhore.
BR(WADUCLOTilS, C2A.SIMIERES AND
A fuill and large supply of Hfosiery, irts,
rawers, Glo'es, 8upndrCrvt,4ad
~erchiefs, &c, &p.narCaas ad
A large assortenent tof l&EAIDY MADE CLO
TH ING, which will be sold low.
E7 Garmentts mannnfactured by the subscri.
ber, and warranted to give satisfaction.- Or
dera torn a distance promtpdly attended to.
April S$ll, 1864 t
LA DIES' B'iottees and Walking Shoecs, G al
ters, Kid.Ties, &e. Genta' Calf Boots, and
Boottees, Ladies' anid Geints. Over 8hoes.
Als-A ine assortment of Hardware, 'Tin
Ware, Sadllery, &c.
Ladies' Wood anid Moroca Work-Buoe,
P'utf-HBores, Poirt-Monica, Segar-Cases, Brace.
lets, Hlair and Tlootht Brushes, Dressing, Tuck,
and Pocket Combs, &c.
Novels, Poetieal Works and School Books,
and a fine assortment of Staionuary.
G RtOCE RIES.
Browvn, Clarifled and Crtshted Sugars,
Itlo and Java Colliee, Molasses, Cheese,
liaisons. Driedl Figs ,Fluur, Candlies, .
Soap, Te~aa, Starch, P'ickles, Sardines,
(Ginger Preserves, &c.
Also, a fine assortmet of CookIng Utetnsis,
For sale by J. Tr. SOLOMON'S & CO.
Mlarch 22th, 1851 21 if
Land for Sale,
Isa thec Town of' Sumnter'
I oft'er for isale that part-of the tract of
land in Sutnterville. known as the Nortoin
land, lying between the village andl tihe
run el Turkey Creek, in all about two
hundred acres, I will divide it into lots to
suit purChasers, but would mnucit prefer to
sell the whole togethler. Terms imade
easy and accommitodating to purchasers,
appy to the subscriber.
Jnne 21, 1854,. 21 if
O-J Wat'cman copy.
The subscriber having completeid his ar
tngements for taking Sank,, Illindal and Pan,'
nell D)oors begs leave to it1form his frion.im amid
the piublic, that h~ is ptfrare to lturnishi at
shii notice, Sash oril! sizes prined amnd glazed.
Blinds to snits any uae-wistdow,paintesd or not,
and Pann611 D)oors of any sihb dr make, a poir
tinof public naironag a esetflysiced
lis ork is al done by hand~S an octefgo.
500 lights of8>il0 Sash ready fordevry
to suit wvindows of 12, i5, or 18 ights.
Sumteraille, A pril 12, 1854. 24 tf
SUMTER VILLES. (1.
3g' Office three doors north of the C. If.
-Jtne 3, 18M 3
EW_ RE M EDY.
ra Maorbus, bilious Cholic, Cholera In lantum.
I MANY DISEASES OF FEMALES,
rio well known to reqire Encomiums.
71h. It cures Pair i Menstruation.
3th. It relieves Pains in Black and Loins, -4
9th. It Counteracts Nercousness and Des.
l0th. It restores Irregulariies,
1111ii dispels gloomy, hysterical Feelings,
12th. It's an almnira'le Tlomic.
Letters, Testisai onials, &c.
and have found it a most efficient, and in my
RAN WARNKat, Judge of Supreme Copurt, Gat.
mend Jaicob's Cordial--my own peronal expe
il friends arounld me, is a suifficient guaratett.
be. vi.:- a sovercign remedy."
y Judge of Supreme Court, Cherokee Circuit.
aivalslable me.-dicinie to nill'aflicted with bowel
I renedy-decidedly superior to any thing else
N;, ). G. 1. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
nr11d thi,, with all I tear about it as a remedy
: that it stantds at lte hcad of every preparation
It diieanes fur which it is compounded.
r of the Blank of tie State o*Georgia.
ty, 'Jacob's Cordial' must stand pre eminent
-I Disease. From the inasma of testiomaony in its
ry fitr in advance, as a curative agent, ofmost
ler Mariine c.nd Fire Inasurance Batik, Griffin.
brity as fast as Bonaparte pushed Iis columns
Geortria .Je['ersoniian, Mait lth 1853.
V. hLISS & Co., Proprietors, Savaanahla .
T. A. D)AnMAN, P. G. Mc(;itEwoR Daio
FIShlER t4- HEN'rsI Columbia, S. C.
AND, iAnnAL., Retaly & (n., New York.
AND, UAnntA. & Co., Charleston, S. C.
16-r & Co., New Orleans.
uggists throughout the State.
American Arts' Union,
The American Arts' Union, would respect
fully alannouace to te citizns.a of tho United
States a nd the Camnals, that fur the purpose of
eultaivating a taste for the fhe urts throughent
le country, and with the view of enabling
every family to bcomae povsesserd of a gallery of
THE FIRST ARTISTS OF TIE AGE,
They have deterninied, ina order to create an
extensive sale for their Engravings, and thus
not only give empollynent to a large number
of artiats and othen, but iraslire among our
cuuntrymen a taste for works of atit, to present
to he- purchasers of thotrbgravings, when
?50,000 iothem are sold,
251,000 Giftq of taL cpstof$150o000.
E1cla pirchaser nf ri one Dollar engravinag,
therefore, rooelves not only-tan engraving riea
ly worth the money, bit also a:tieket 'whihh
entitles him to one of tihe Gifts when theyare
distributed. - .he- Ibeynr.
For Five Dollarn, a highly finished engraving
bean tifthly paint ed in otl ahd five gift.tickitar
vll be aetit ; or fivortilhtr's-worth ofpnaledd'
engravitg cat. be ielected from the Catalogue.
A cppy of thei; Cittaogue, togetheur witt a
Ppecinen of ohoa5 ofihe eugravings, can be ibenti
at tile ollice of this paper. . -r .
Foreach Dollar sent, an engraving actutally
vorth that sutna, ltnil a.Gift tictici, will iminedt
ately be forwarded. I. 3 f.
Tnme Carmnitteo heieviug thtithe- tile -sue6o
lhe Great National Undertaking Vill be mate.
rially promauted by the energy and entarpise
(f intelligent and persevering Agonts, have re
solved to treat vith such ou the most liberal
Alay person wlshing to become an Agent, by
-ending (post paid,a $1, will receive by return
mail, a oue dollar etagraving, and a "Gift Tick
et " a prospectus, a catalogue and other no
On the final completion of the ade, the Gifta
will be placed in the hands of a Committee of
the purchasers to be distributed, data notice of
which will be given throughout th Ianital
States and tte Canadas:,
LIST OF GIFTS.
100 Marble busts of Waahing
ion, at - . - 8100. '810,000
100 "" Clay, 100. 10,000
100 Webster, 100. 10,000
100 " a d Calltouna, 100. 10,000
50 elegant Oil Painatinga, in -
apleotid ilt frames, size 34 f100. 5,000
0 eltegat Oil Palntingi 23 ft. 50. 5.000
500 stetel pl:nto Enmgravigaa r, brj[l.
lantly col'd itt oil, rich gilt 10. 5,00
Irantes 24lx30 inaches, each, )
10.000 eI~ganat steel plate En.
g ravinigs, <-olo'a int oil, of the
WatmingItn Mounaet, 2
by C itn. each1 4. 10,000
237,000 steel place Engravingd,
froim 100 d ityesnt .plates,
1.0w in possession aof, anad
owned by thae Artistta' Union,
uof the maarkent value of,-front
SO cents to $l O0eiaach- - - 41,000
I first-classm Dwvellidg, in 31st,
steeet, N. V. Citty, ... 12,000 -
22 hutildinag lots in 100 andI l01st
each 25x100 ft.deepf, 6t ~ 1000. 22,000 -~'
100 Villa Sites, cotamating each
10,000 sq. ft. inm thec surburha, of
New Yaork City, and cott.
:nanding -a nisgtnificent view
of the Iludtsona Rtver andt Lonag
Island Sounid,- at ----- 500. 50,000
20 perpertual loanas of cash, witha
out inaterest, or security, of
* *$250 each, 5,000
50 " " 100 ) 5,003
100 " " 54) " 5,000
254 "m . 20) " 5,000
2000 "~ a 5 "I0,000
Reference In regard to the Roal Estate F. *
3. Visrscher& Co., Recal Estate Brokers, Slew
'ork, Orlers, (otpatd,) wi th money cinclosed
to the addressed,
J .W. H.OL R ROOKE, Sect'y
505 Broad way, N. Y.
gg, The Engravinags itt the catalogue are
Aug ,43;A14. A3 G~ m.
COMtPOIJND SANATIVE P1LL~e
THJESE PILLS A RE EN rIRlE LY VEGE,
TABLE, AND ARE A MOST SUJPERUIR
MI EDlCN E in the clara of all Bifiouss .Co
)anaints, Dspepsia, Costiveness, Liver . Com
ualin1, Si Heandae, Loss of Appetitae, aisd all
'HPURIFY THE . BLOQII EQUL. --
IZE -THE C1RCULATION lRST'OREN
,1HIE LIVER KIDNEY'S AND OTHlER
SECRtETOR~ ORGANS TO A HEALTl T-~1
TON E A ND ACTION; and as an A nti'Blilidu
Family Medicino they have nto equal.
P'rice 25 cents per box.
PECTORAL STOMACil PILLSE
A remnedyfonr Coughs, Golds, Catazrr/,, Bron
enmatis,,Croup, Whoeping Cou;;,h, Ast hmar, Con,
sumptivin, and ell deseases arase~ from a dle-.
runged state -f the Stomtorh, a n 'o - ree lcsgth
deastreas ad- bud feehnig from sating too h~erty
food, in wveak and dystpeptic. haits<
WVarrassted to be P'urely Vega
There Pila act as anv Expieotorasn, Tonic,
Trhey prmoate Ex pectoration, Loosen the
Phei'gaas nud -Gleartibm -tpgs. atd oiber: ac
tatory nadthofnldnorbimatter, ald hu eta
I. not another remiedy- in -the whmoli, Materia
Meda .q iofirgparunucha
thiee Pills. Theay aret~ (,a nviees mdde
a ood, regular Appetite, and Stningt enah
Price 25 cents per bos, contmtining 25 doses.
Call on~ the Agents who sell thie Pills, and
get thme .Plaue's Alseanac Gratis, giving lul i4
partinaularssnd1orti casof cures.
Both kindrs of te bve namted Pills asnf
sale in Stuhterville, by '
And PERRY MdOSES,.
Who also' keeps a supply of Tr. Span
Vefetable Pills, and Dr. Hull'sClen
PlT., which stop te Chlills andl Fever tBrat