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NO 208 AND210.
N A I N S'T It E E T
* A
* K COI.U3lltIA , S. C.
Vianufacturer and General
DEA ER IN
FUIN EAND PLAIN
'gPiansos, Cbairs.,
.7 i7 )WA ~el'l'Mt. ~e.&c. &c.
At very ltw prices fror casl. Ie i constant
ly repleiishin his large ass-riment front his
BIANIlFACTOltY in Columbia, tind fromi
New York. and now oii-tr a greaver vanriey
thnn usimnl. especiall mo in FANCY AND
EN AMELIE.0 Fl'IlNITURIE, Sitting and
mlikmig ('homirs, &c. &.
A. II. GALE & CO.'S SUlPERIOt AND
GlElAT.Y 13MPROVE) PIANOS, at New
York eam]h prim-s. 7:Y All lrianlo or Furni
tr. ,old by hiin1 an- warranted for unt- year or
longer. AT, kinds tf Furnitcre neatly and
promptly repaired.
A larg hot of AHAIIOGANY VEN EERS on
)mand. o i ther Cabinet Maker'm iaterials, in
*rent variety.
WALL-PA PElt A N D BORDERING, a
large and rich assortment.
jim Funerals se rved at short notice with
bletalic and Wood Coffins.
Ile would respectfully invite his friends and
the public generally to call ani examine hi.
stock.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
ROBERT A YONIGUE,
COLUM JI A, N. C
BEGS leave to call the attention of hil
friends and the public to hie
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
In addition to him former stock, lie has just
received to new anti extensive assortment of
GOLId and SILVER WATCIIES, Mantel
CLOCKS of emry variety, Silver nnd Plated
Ware. a liat- variety ; Military and Faney
Goods : m1u11. ltillst, Sportsnman i Apparatus,
Fine Pocket and Table C'utlery, and a large
assorinmenttofFANt-V GOODS.
His price will he funid. (on examination, to
be as moderite as at tny ilother establisimerit
in the South. Thankful for iat favorte, he so
li-its a continuanee ol the patrontigi of hi
former frieids and customers.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
COPARTNERSHlP NOTICE,
WINN & CIARKSON.
TIE undersigned have this day. associated
themselves together, under the above name ani
style for the transaction of all busines in the
CLOTHING, and MERCIHANT TAILORS'
line. and may be fouimd at the Corner store
formerly occupied by Clark 4 Ilro.. wher they
will he happy to accommodate their friends
and 1he pmblic generally.
D.'.. WINN,
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
March 13, 1854. 21 if
ICE ! ICE ! ICE!
ttlIE COLU)BIA ICE HOUSE has been
entir-ly rebuilt, so as tim he capable (I
hohlinv tov.-enl thonsail tont of ICE, and %i.
tm' ompened for the season. Every facility will
he aflorded to persons living at a distance to
sunply them regularly. It will he sent ofrevery
mornmng. if desiable, by rail roami, passengtr or
freig hit train; ani the railroad agents have kind.
Iv o-tred to give every fucility for its transmpor.
zation. Wem will alwami have a mtamm at the
dillercnt depots to receive returned llankmets,
boyesi Am.
Costof ice two cents per pound; dravage.
boxes and packing 37 cetit; chares on nmilroad
wiil be from 25 to 5) cents per 101 pouds.
IOAIT W RIGIr & BARKULOO,
Proprimtors.
N. B3. lIlanketi are a very convenient mnoe
of trantporting ice. BuL.nkt'ir will be fmurnim-hed
at co.t.
Mauy 10, 1851 24 tf
Notice.
JUST received and opening a fine stock of
the most fashionable and Latest Styles of
SpringI and Simmer Goods. Consisting in
part o11 the fmlowing articles.
filk. & fancy Clothim.
" & "Cassmimneres.
Sprimng & Smummner Twr~euds
Bu1K. White & Fancy Silk Vestings.
"m "m "m Mlarailen "
" " Limen Drills
111k. WVhite & Fancy Silk Cravats.
.inen- & Cambric
Silk & "m Handk'fs,
Gloves, Sockm, & Drawers
L.ineni Borsom ShmirtNm and Collars
Silk & Mlerino tunder Shirt..
filk. Silk "m Hats
Panama & fancy Hams.
Olothing.
Bi1k. and Fancy Cloth Coats andl Sacks.
"m "m " Alpaca "m "m "
Silk, Gr-as. and Linen "l "4 m
Drap d'emto" " "
11lk, and Fancy Casuimnere Pant.,
Drap d'ete and Tweedms,
Whimto anmd Fancy Linen
131k. Whmite, and fancy Silk Vest,
lnmhaine and Linen
What andi fancy Marsailes,
All of which we invite our frienmds and the
public generally to call and mexaminme.
We are also prepared to make to order, any
-articles in the Tailoring line, am nm-at andl Cheapi
.as canm be done in time Slate on time same terms.
WINN & CLAltKSON.
April 12, 1851. 21 if
"KEEP00OOL"
WILMINGOTON ICE
HOUSE.
- LLperonsm desiromis of keeping cool or
A of retaiimng or regaining health are
admvised to use Ice freely during the Sum.
mner and'l Fall Smeasons.
Ice canm be delivered daily by the Pass.
enger trai which leaves Wiimnington at
'I7t antd at any Depot on the Wilnmington
amid Mantciehser Radm Road, at ihe cot of
-62 (00 per Barrel contaimng- 125 P'ouds,
.;thereby placing it within the power of all
persomns to use some and receive supplies
-with regularity and despiatch.
All orders addressed to "m Wilmingtoni
Jce Hrnise" enclosing the money 'will
receive prompt attentinn-anmy persion tdesir.
Ouis of rec'eivime regualar stmppuliesm at sltated
periodls will pl'ea1se send their mrders, ac
cnmy.amid mlheir accoutm wili be for
'moi m-mt-.nme muist bit promptly made or time
A. i. VAN fBOKKELEN,
lloimmtF.Tolm.
Junet. 15, 1854. 36 G6m. K
Cristadoro's Excelsior Fluid
hI i) VE, NO. 6. AST'uR HOUSE.
Thme claims of this exstraorinamry article to
public esirmion, arei not bmas.il mnpmn the time
tha it has been bemorm thme worbmi. It is cm
parativel" a new pirepraioni f'otjmehel omm nmew
- mlhscomvene mc. i l- chtist ry, andmm it ha-i ihnaimura
ted aim mnem in h:i;r dyim. Whmat am it.' re
-.co~nmn m:,IOdnos i, aI ,,in m,Omi tihe hair of
tany obmmimnu colhor tin tmr.mur hblaok or brown
ini five minun m, 2d,--imt a-similawts wvith the
ham r, mmnd mmuri.'hes inmsteadm of burningu it.--.
- d d,-t im pronnic-m hy einimeni mchemits the
only safe thir d ye known. 4th,--im is impjos
rid to n ae am lustanmcm of itsm tmilrne. (mth,---it
hasihu idiest plammimrity e-.eir yine tccmrdemd to
ite slnilar preparatiomn. Fomr the~ er~malishzmmenmt
of thiesem auemirtionms biy proof, seen them tetanmmony
CLR;5TAD6ao'8, No 6, Astor Hoummse, where ml
l4t Ifilgtiored, soldl, and applied privaey
Pr~im 6er bor, *i. For sale biy y
RICE & THOMS8ON,
Druggists, Summterville, 8. C.
2 iMay24, Lui -anV
IAYNSWORTH & GREEN,
SM. itAYNSwOltT1t. JOHN T. GREEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUMVEJ1TRVI'ILLE, ,S. C.
WILL practice in Sumtier and the ad.
oining Districts.
February 15th, 1851. 20 tf
JOHN T. DARBY.
WITH
G. LITTLE & CO.
3.. Li1iL. J D. SCOTT. C, F. JACKSON.
No. 199 KING STRR EET,
Next door to Victorir Hotl.
CHARLESTON S. C.
Always on hand-A large and Fashionablo
Stoek of
Ready-Mt1ade Clothing,
AT TiE LOWEST POSlSIUEBI P'RICEN,
SHIRTS, 11081 ELY, UMlBILELLAS, &c. &c
WIHOLESALE AND RFTvAIL.
Apr. 12, 185-1. 21 ly
White Lead! White Lead!
10,000 LBS. PURE WIITE
LEA D for sale low.
J. & J. 11. EWART,
Columbia, S. C.
atreh 15, 1851. 20 ly
MILLS HOUSE.
THOMASS. NICKERSON
Proprietor,
CHARLES7ON, S. C.
Feb 9^, 1854. 18 ly.
U. P. REMSEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO t. IIA WLEY,)
WJIOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURER OF
Richardson Srcet,-No. 89.
TWO DOORS BE!,OW TIL 1A RICEr,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 Jy.
DR. C. H. MIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAR TIE COURT 1 OUSE.
DEALER IN
Drugs, Mledicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
Articles.
SEI.ECTED EXPRESSIX FOL TillS
il A It K ETl.
MARKIT.
E arch 15, 1851. 20 y.
A. BROIDE,
Dealer' in Procisions, Flour,
BA COA. URHVCA'RIES, WVIAS,
LIQUORS, CIAlRS, TOBACCO.
TEA S. &C.
A 1.0,.
Plantation Supplies and
'OiNTRY PuuJ;U<;E.
TEA, %lOLASSES, CHEESE, &c.
194. Richardson Street,
COLUMIBIA, S. C.
March 15, 185t. 20 ly.
PLANTERS' HOTEL,
BY (. W. BOMIAR,
South-reest corner of Church and Queen.sts
CIHARLESTON, S. C.
Fubin. 2e, 1854. i ly.
CTico fowinT &cr a&prto
subcier isgingw rcivringe atrierson'ss
OldC min d(nri oiey
Muot',sli de Laies and ure
Caios Gigms.e &lc &.
llacesripdimgso T rrim igsI rtn
CRibbctonr, &crt. c. Ty, c
Fasan Gs lose iey.
Aootsoe, las ohand.ps
Rceada MVtr ~aade aCdnthing,
All descpt iis o Groldci ers, ii
aCyockiery n lare int. oende.
Juney God, aS 3rg vnrety
W As o :i~ h appys n on and le
Ictr te loasWtero Lemtnad Wran a~ inup
CArlls o whic wil hao d he a er ofhIAn
iny onthe2t fOgher laoseit. Cooad fe.
Wi5feIhes ien fo he appreensi. onpandde
liveryto itegn Mspter anf eiher Workhoue by
Chren r anyhe lailhar a in the ower.1
sometsmes o l on Mco r paton. Fifo, wiuls
iiaddtnocasef thoe Jeard, will 'lama.
ioon prn te 20hovicto fbeing arrd fo
i eped byhe in hit, or t co p eion
smarcth, itlgn spoken an 2i Crntrb
wrae and Dls er od s h oe
:2utr, on MCordS laai. Fty doa,
an dpft con ti of hrsris beghred,
C O J.tJ.IJA D. C.t A~tCI
Marel 29th 185. 2 t.
Deialserine Goroneis artlrd- i
anroit and h ry ta tGoosv
andth cornernd of othrs' " teecnt,
COI,. M). A, S.SO..
Jsrch 1, 185. 20 ly
T e ubcriber orc on, iS paricuciyi
Noranu 9 i, l iberlly wil cn inu fhi
rehip by pcayig and enl in himrto
t the toemad of ohr. rees wcahngo
'ok ov e ,n lilne wi llgive grease"l
T.D4F.ESN
"BROWNING & LEMAN '
IMPORTERS OF
French, Bi1mtioi. and Geranau,
DRY GOO.DS.
209 and 211 King-areot corner of Mar.
ket Street,
CIIARf'ESTON, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.--Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brus
iesels Th pestrv nnel Velvets.
CJR'AIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
and Worsted.
CIJR'TAIN CA3IRICS and M1USLINS, in
large vnrlety.
E311111DERE) LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, nil PtvIe.
GIIl' COltNlCEN, in all the now designa.
CURTAIN GIMPI'S, HOLDERS, LOOPS,
rASS E.S, &c.,
DItA PEltY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties.
IRITISIH and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
CLtYIIS.
SILVElt and GIuP STAIR RODS and
.S'A IR CAll' TINGS,of all styles.
WIL'ON, VELVET, and AX3MINSTER
RUGS, in great variety.
-PLANTATION WOOLENS--1 L.AN
KETS, PI.AINS. KEt EY5, CA PS.&c.
Red nnd White FLANNELS, 81 IR'I'INGS,
&c.
COTrON OSNAIIURGS, of all the best
Southern makes.
Eiglish and American COT'ON FLAN
NEI.S.
French. Enalish, and American PRINTS.
LINENS OF, RICIIARD0ON'S superior
make, for Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases,
Table Daninsks, Doylies, Napkiis, Towellings,
IHuckabac ks, Fruit Cloths, 11. E. Diapers,
Grass. Cloths, &c.
CLOTIIS, CASSIMEIIS and VES'INGS,
of best French Goods.
SEIVA NTS CLOTIIS, in all the shades of
English Goods.
SATINETS, TWEEDS, J EANS and LIN
SEYS, of all qualities aid styles.
WJTIh A FUt.L ASSORTMENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In SII.KS, TISSIUES, BAIR EGES, GREN
Al)IN ES, MIUSLINS, &c.
11031AZINES, ALPACAS and MOURN
ING GOODS, in great variety.
EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, of ev.
ery descriptioi. -
EVEN ING DR ESS Goods in Great variety,
constantly received.
All the above are of our own
DIRECT IIMPORTATIONS,
and offerd, at the LOW EST MARKiT I'ricem.
T ElMS.-Cashb, or City Acceptance.
iIT The one price system strictly ad
hored t?, and all Goods V. rraned.
BROWNING & LE3FAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 1854. I1 if
hardware, Paints, and
Oils, &c.
J. & . B. EWART,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE,
Offer for sale at very low prices, a large and
well assorted stock of
MIIII,-SA IV A N D 1ll-1Rf, O'NS
PAINTS, OILS, A ND DYE
STUFFS.
E7' Goods delivered at the Depot free of
charge.
J. & .. B. EWART.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
Agen cy for iron Railing and
Ornamental Work,
TIE wubseriber will receive orders for
Cast Iron Itailiogs, and other Iron work tnanu.
factured by
CHIASIE & BhROTIlERS.
of Ioqton. The Work wvill he delivored in
Charleston at Hoston prices with ilit expenses
of Boxing, Freivht Insurance, Drnynge and
Wharfage added.
Any person wishing illustrated catalognes of
the different designs can be sutppli.d by apply.
inig at my store, where specimens of isoime of the
airaiclee can, also be seen.
A catahrigne can he seeni at the ofliee of the
Sumter Ilinner.
JIOSEPII WILIIDEN.
No.60O 1.2 East Bay, opposite P. & Mt. Banik
(harleston, eS. C.
Mar, 29, 1851. 22 Gmi
Transparent Window
Paper' IHallgings,
UPHIOLSTERIIAG AA~D BDDING
WVIIOL ESA LE & RETA IL,
117 King St reet, Charleston, S. C,
THlE subscriber is receiving a large assort.
ment of the above goods.
50.000 Rlolls of Paper Hangings ; 1000 pairs
of Windoiw Shades , 100 Matrasses, of every
description. Aluso, Pillow,., Bolster,., Lace and
Muslin Curtains., D~amnask, Satin DeLanes,
Cornice, Illinds, Fire Screens Venitian Blind,,
&c., &c.
All kinds of Upholstering, andi the business
as nsitally attended to int all its branches.
II. WV. KINSMA N.
_Mar. 29, l854. 22 1
J. B, NIXON,
PR{OPRIETOR~ OF THE
CJOMMERCIAL 11OUS8,
Cornier Queenf and Church-Sts.
,Charleton, S. C.
F eb. 29, 1854. 18 l y.
Samnuel Jeffords,
COMMjSSIONT MERCHA NT,
OFFICE, NOnrH COMMEttCrr. WVuan.7
CilARLESTON, S, C.
Feb. 29, 1851. 18 ly.
CHAMBERS & MARSHIALL
WVIIOILESAL &L RETAIL
DMEALERS IN
FANCY & STA PLE DR Y GOODS,
No. '4, Granile Range,
CorLUMIaa, S, C.
6+ai" All orders thank fully received and
proomptly attennedr to.
iIENJ. It. CIIA MIERS. WM. MA RSI[AI.LL,
A pril 19, 1854. -?5 6mn
N. A. COHEN & COHN,
IMPO'RTE'RS& DEALER% IN
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
JJRY (GOODiS.
No. 11'7 East 13ay),
NATIHAN A. COHfEN,
LEA POLD) COJIN.
Mar. 29, 1831. 22 ESON yS
PAVILION HOTEL,
H. L. BUTTRILD,
Columbia Clothing
Fullings, Bostwick & .Cc, S
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AVE constantly on hand the largest (
stock of e
in this place, whilch they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than a hy o her esth
lilsmeiit in Columbia. '
Their Clothing is mann actured by them
selves with partieular reference to this
market, and they fdel warranted to say it
is inferior to none, and SUPERIOR To
MOST!' CLOTHING oflered in any part
of tihe country. Their business is con
ducted upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods marked in
plain tiinjres upon each article by whichi a
uniformity of price is observedI, and the
inexper:enced buyer is enabled to make
his purchases at. as low a rate, as the inre
experienced and better judge. Persons
visiting Columbia are respectfully invited
to an examination of our stock and prices.
February 15th, 1851. 16-1y.
Notice,
Look Up Street,
WF1nn Cr-AnK'S lOTEL is still in op
eration-(lanks to the kindniess of goUd
friends)-ready to receive customiers, and
entertiin then. to their itire satisfaction.
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 bels are all in good order,
and shall be kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Clark pledges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, 18.5 11 tf
Important Notice.
FE.L.OW CITIEN.NS: -it is a painoful t ask
to dun, butstern necessityand your negligence
and forgetfulness, demnanid that I shonid renmind
all ithose indebited to n, eiiher by ntote or ae
count, to come to taw with the chink, hides or
corn at the mill, on or hefore the first Mionday
in March next, to Save yourselves of dislenis
ure and to cheat .awyers, Sherilfs andI petty
Constables out of cost, for
At the loss of a 'enny
You'lI grnable and groan,
As though the rhenmaties
Were piercing each bone.
Thn ghost of hail shil lings
Forever you will haunt,
And you slhake, lea'st to-morrow
Shxondo britg you to want.
t:"' Pay up, atl save costs, and there will
yet he a crust left you.
WM. FRANCIS BUrLEII.
Jan. 25, 1851 13 t f.
To tJne .ubDIIt
.JOHN ChIlNA olT-rs his services to the
citizemn of i.unter Distiit und tihe puhlie gen.
crally and pledges himself to give every atten
tionit) tihe sale of all properties entrusted to his
. :::.:: .:on, eitler at aneiion or pri.
vate maT-. The facilities he enjoys, as to situa
tion and his long experience in the husiness are
satisfactory evidence of his ability to do justice
to any who may employ him.
Feb 22, 1851. 17 1i
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLUMII.-l, S. c.
WIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Dealers in
Peso Di uys, A[edcicines, Chemicals.
Perfumery!I, fiancy .. ricles, Ihrushes.
Glassware, Jye- Stufll, and all kindsv of
GENUINE AND I'OPULAR PATENT
Medicines,
A complete atmoriment, of the bert quatlity,
and at the lovest priees.
Slarch 15, 1854. 20 1y
Boots & Shoes.
JAMES FENTON,
107,JRicardson Sreetm,
COLU3M1l[A, S. C.
. IAS cons arntty on hand and is dlaily recei v
mng fresh suipphles of all kinds of f.adie~s andi
Getlmuen's Jioots a nad Shoes, of tihe latest fash-.
ions. Also, Flt'ES11 CALSK INS and SOL E
LEA1il ERt for lHoot-mnakers.
Mtarch 15, 1851. 20) iy
Old Brass and Copper.
The Stubscriber wiil pay 12-2 cents per
p~ound in cash for any quaitiy of (1(old rass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, near time
WVilmintonm and Manchester I. Rt. D~epot
im Sumierville.
TP. J. COGIHIL AN.
February 28, 1851 1 i f.
50 Country Hams,
.UTreceived and for salet by
J. T. SOLO.\loNG & CO).
May 17, 1851 29 tf
PROVISIONS.
Conunt ry liams., and Shouldiers,
Picmk bmid llei n iud TIon ues-....
M ixed Pickles, in pts, qils. aind 1-2 gals.
Olives, Cn pers &c
Candies, Raiisons &c
Ratisons 11(J1 Boxes at a Dollar per Boxr
A pr., 5, 1854. 23 i f.
E. R, C0WPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KCING, 2!;7 STREET,
Fi e D~oors~ ahove Wentfworthm,
C HAIR L E STOV, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 6m.
For Sale.
T lIE SUBSCRIBE[R oflers for sale on a
.very reasonable terms, sonme valuable C
improved and iunimprovedl lois in the Towna of
Sumtierville. For patientars, apply to
ARCi'D. ANDEltSON.
Sumterville, Jan. 3d, 185-1. 10...f.
MVcKENZIE'S
CONVFE~CTIfONA R AND FANCY p'
Store,
No. 136t, Richar'dson Street, A
COLU;MBIA, 8. c. cl
PAltTIES AN!) WEDDING;s F(ltNtSiIED
AT S110 ItTEST! NOTI~CE.
JIHOL ESA L E .AND RE WT I.
Mtarch, i5, 185-4. 20 y
.FISK'S IAlETA LLIC COlFFING of al m
sizes, conslaantly on hand and for sale to
by IIUDSON & JIROTHIEH, a'
Opp. Temperance Hall Sumterville, as
.June 15th. 1852 3,-.r
T THE OLD STAND OF S. & I. GILDERT
S.&E. M. GILBERT
continue the CARRIAGE
BUSINESS at the above
and-No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-etreet,
harleston-whero they will be pleased to
xiibit to their old friends and curtoners
very extensive Stock of Vehicles, com
rising those of their own manufacture,
agether with various olier sty!es usually
ind in this imarket. Their long acquaint.
nec with this narkt at; inutitnelicturers
nd dealers will enable thema to offer great
iducements to purchasers both in styles
nid prices.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly
Cabinet Wareroomt
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this inethod of infforming the citizens
of Snmterville anti vicinity
that he has just opentened on
the corner above Clark, H1o.
tel, his. NEW CAIINETI'
VA REROOM, where he will keep for sale,
heap, all such furniture as comes tunder this
Iepartment of his trade; and will furmish for
ith, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
"urniture made. Repairing executed at the
hortest notice.
Mihogany and plain Coffins furnished with
mut delay.
Fell. 8, 185-1. 15 tf.
Notice.
ALL persons who am in my debt a fee,
Will please to conic forward, and pay it to me,
l-or I an now out of the indliging mood,
A nd couldn't wait longer, indeed, if I would
The Sheriffihas got me, with harness on hack;
And soon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
If my friends don't come forward and give
ie a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soon, all in a drift,
It rather than go to him, so early, hark ye
I'll give a we hit of a hiint now mark me !
If you don't pay upt, right under your noses,
I'll take all your papers, and give them to
And theit, ohi, then, you'il get your farin
ItI hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
J. S. RICH. 31. D.
Clarendon, Fel., 8, 185. 15 tf
NEW STORE
Thir Door- Sothl of the Town Hall
ruatiuncorly opposite Tidal & Watson
TllI subscriber would respectfully in.
lorm the citizens of Suntorville and
he public generally, that he has opened at
Lie nbve plae a general assortment. (tf
Dry Goods, Boots and 8hoes, lats and
Ca ps. lltirdware, Crockeryware, &c. &c.
Aso, A Choice lot (if Family Groceries of
every descriptioi, with Fruit of various
kinde, such as Oranges, Apples, Lemons,
&c. &c., Which he will il very low for
Ualh.
J. BAR RET.
Nov.9.1853. 9 ,1y
i Equity---Sumter District,
Willi-IIn L~ewis,
Adm'r. of BI LL.
Lemtard White,
Vs. F. j. & M. Moses
Charles W. Miller. I Comttpi'ts. Sol's.
The creditors of the late Dr. JAmes IIAYN
twonT, etmidued to claim under his assignmont
to the above named Defendant, executed on
the 28th day of July A. D. 1842 are hereby no
titled thitt, by an order in the above stated
anse, tIthey are reguired to estabhlsh their de
mands before me, Conmissioner in Equity for
tuiter District aforesaid, on or before the
rrt tiny of May noret.
I also give notice that I will until the
said tirst ,ay of May next. receive proposals for
the sale of ia part of the real estate conveyed by
ith salid assigunient. lying psartly if not wholly
it the corporate limits of Sumterville, houitl~l
by lands of Dr. J. C. IlAYwo'M1n, W. .
lIf RUNSoN, T. J. Conit.AN., and Mrs. C. Ilos
tAg n, nid bly the iew roaid running from Sum
.erville tio the steam mill of T. J. ConILAN &
L'o., supposed to contain about one Iundred atd
misty acres.
W. F. B. HIAYNSWOR1TII.
Dcc.27. 853. Cont'r. In FEquity 8. D.
TINDAL, WATSON &CO,
T II E stubscribters htaving estabtishted them.
elves at ithe stanid opposite A. J. Mfoses' Store,
esptectfmully solicits ihe attention of their friends
intl.the publbe tat thteir wvell selectemd stoc'k.
l'hteir an~mortmnent comipissalgrtcesujal
tept, (ercePritg Iiquors) andm will be constantly
epienished, and dispotietd of on as favorable
erms as are olliered any where.
Thteir stoek contists in part as follows:
Ladies' [Dress Good~s andt Trimmings,
Iidiesm' Collars, Chuemisettes, and Under
sleeves,
JLaces, Etdginugs, and Insert ings,
Jacontet anid Swiss Muslin.,
lamdies' andI gentlemnen's L. C Hldkf's.
A large lot of Hosiery andi Gloves, Cravats
nad Stmcks. Also,
A full mantply of Prnints and Domestics.
GRiOC 'I ES, Hardware, IHohloware,
Carpenter's and lilackmnithm's TIoomm,
Cistern Pumtips andm Pipes, Carriaee Trim
mings,
C:rmikery and Glassware, Satddlery and
Iliarnesr,
Boots, Shtoes, Hants, Caps, Ready made
Ciothmg,, &c. &. &c.
PINDA L, WATSON & Co.
J.uics S. TieNDAr..
SAatiiut. WArsoN.
HI. W. GAansitR.
February '22, 1854 17 tf
To The Public,
Auctosscr'sNotice.
.JA MES HI. CLA RK begs leave to noti-'
y the cilizens of Stumtervilli and the vi
imty, that he is now hprepared ho give his
ntire attenttion to any business ini thte
uctinn line. Hie lha had some experience.
nd hopes by diligence arid attentiott to
scrit a share of public favor.
Stinterville, Ian. I1tht, 1854. 1 l--tf
NEW GOO'Ds.
The subscribers are now ini receipt of
heir SPRING AND) SUMMER STOCK,i
onsiustiog of every variety of Getnts' andt1
,adies' dIress goods. Groceries, Hard
imre &c., which they are prepared to sell
H chteap as t}h marhet can alford. Pleaso
all and examitne for yourselves.
R. C. WE BB & CO.
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. t f.
Negro Shoes.
T[he subscriber has imadie arrangenmenta for
e mannufacture of from Four to Five Thousanmd
uirs of the abtove article by theFA LL. For
ferences as to quality, he would respectfully
fer persotns wvho ntay be disposed to purchtae
him, to those whlo patronizead hint last year
5 to pticee, tie will gutarantee them as low as
n he oflerded.
Mavy 22 2 .J MORGAN. t
Home Industry.
THlE Subscriber takes this
method of informing his frie ad
mm t e pn ic, that he has rectntly enlarged
Carriage Shop,
di procured the services of several good work-.
ma, and is nmow ready to build Vehieles of any (
scription at the abortest notice. lie promises "
.epair with neatness and despatoh and mat- *'
y all those who may favor him with patron. li
e, In oheapness &c.
R. G. POTTS.
LYNCauna.O S. Ma, 18 nu on
Bustimess Care.
BROWN & DeROSSET
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C. .
Cotton Factors and General Co .ommi,
sion Aferchante.
D . McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per
Dsonal and special attention to the ill.
terests nind order.,; of his friends in this
8'ate rnd the adjoining Conties of North
Carolina, who irray favor these Houses
with their patrontage. Consigntnents of
produce to the Ilonse in New York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will ie covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly giv
en.
May 3, 1853 27--ir
Improved Cotton Gins,
Thakul for past favours the subscriber wish
es to inform the public that he still manufac
tures Cotton Gins at his establishmnent in State
burgs on the nost improved and approved plan
whiiich he thinks that the cotton ginned orn one
of those gins of the late improvement in; worth
at least a quarter of a cent morb than the cot.
tori gined on the ordinary gin. le also noun
trlactures them on the most sampt" construction,
of tihe finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wil, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardenled which ie will sell for 82 per Saw.
He also repairs old gins and puats them in cum
plete order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punetually attended
to. WILLI AM ELLISON.
Stateburg, Stimier Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
Veterinary Surgeon.
ROLERT . W. ANDREWS notofies the
citizens of this, and the adjoining Districts,
that lie has removed his Stables near the De.
pot oif the W. & M. I. Road, where ie is read y
at all thren to take charge of diseasedi Horses
for a moderate charge ; m all cases wher3 there
is no cure rio pay will he expected. le also
contines tw take Passengers to rnd from the
Depot, mnd expetsL shortly to receive a New
Omnibus for that purpose. Goods lie will haul
at tire old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solbeits the patronage of the public.
Fetb. 22, 1853 17-tf
CIRRIAGES! CARRIAGEs!
LEONARD CIIAPIN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every description, Nos 121, Meetinti street,
and 33 Wentworth street, next to 1hd old stand
of Gilberrt & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
Negroes Bought and Soid,
'l'iE udersigied has ropened an office at No.
IG State Street, Charleston, where he han crr
hrnird a n:t-ber of LIKELY YOUNG N&.
GROES for sale from which he can supply the
wialnts of trny of the conimninity. These Ne.
groes are purcha'sed in Ma rland, Virginia,
Nrrrth and 'Southm Carolina. ' his lot lie is
contiurill y receivmg aeions. The highest
prices paid at all times for negroes.
J. 31. E. SilARPE,
16 State Street.
Charleston, Dec. 21, 18-3. 8 ly
Law Notice.
J. B. N. HAMMET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTER{VILL4E, S. C.
Office next door to J. B. & R. C. Webb'
New York Store.
March 22. IRI 21-tf
. REMOVAL,
BUTLER & NEWiIEIRY have removed from
t-heir former stand to the one fornerly occupied
by E. D. lPRINGtLE & CO., one door North of
F. IIUYT'S Jewelry Store, where they ssould
be pleased to see their friends and customers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 tf
1FORLWAR DING
Commission Merchant,
WILMINGTON. N. C.
PAiRTICiI A R attention given to the SA LE
or SillPMSENTl of Naval Stores and Cotton,
arid liber CASH ADVANCES mnade on Con
mngnents.
Dec. 14, 18353. 7 ly
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
.fBUT1LERL & NEWVH ERY woud respectfully
inform threir friends and the Purblic generally,
that they have jusit received a large arnd weti se
lected Stock of
FALL AND WVINTER GOODS,
embracing every quality and style of LADIES,
IDRIESS G001)8; Heavy Goods, &c., t~rocer*
ies, lloots and Shoes of every description; latest
t.nyle lHars andi Caps; Hardware and Crockecry;
Read y Made.Clothing, etc. etc., to wthich they
partictularly in~vite attention.
-- ALSO
A lot of CHOICE SEGARIS.
To Arrive,
DRIEDl-FIGS, RASINS, CA'NDY,
PICKLES, GINGER-PRESER~VES.
CiEESE, BOTT L'ED CIDER, PORT
ERt, &c.
ALSO,
Berage DeTain~e, Printed Jaconets, French
Camubricks.-Fine assortment or Ging
bsama, bhnrck and colored, and Embroidered
G~oods, &c. &c.
.. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
March 8th, 1854. 19 tf
Copartnership Notize
R. Ca WEB & CO,
H IE unadersignedl, have associated them.
selves together, under the above name
tnd style, for the transaction of all bunsi
iess in the mnrcantile Ii n'd and may be
nuind at the old stand of Wmn. WEI'Bh,
vbere they wvillI be happy to see and ac-.
,omodate their friends and the public.
R. C. WEBB,
R, S. WEBB.
Mar.15, 185i- 20 I f
Francis R. Shackelford,
FACTOR ANi
Coasltasissios Merchant.
CI A RL E STON, S. C.
TilE ncubscribier respectfully calls the
Ilention of tihe Planters of Sumnter District
ii thu above Card, anti solicit, a share ofr
heir pitronaxge. 'The most satisfactory
eferenico can lie ..ivcn if required.
F.. R. SlIACKELFORI).
Charleston, Aug., 9, 1854 41 4t
Notice,
THlE .ubscrlber. are now meeelvis their
cock ofSprnng and Summne goods, which have
actn selected with great care, andi cannot fall
give natisfactions mr style,quality, and prices.
'ur stock contpaises sill article. which the
ants and taste of the coimmunxity demand~j and
a solicit a call fiom taur f'riens and the pub.
e before calkin elsewhere as we hav& h a
sw styles whic: cant fll to please.
TINDAL, WATSON 4. CO$ h
Mar.29, 18%4, if,
Is now ptt ip n the est A-.84ottle; anri
la acknowledged tihdtlj dsa
madle, ndsJerti g nw rptil Ures it
has performedi lit or Inal cOpies of which Are
iI the posessi on .f the pie V mbe
thin i the only trpe and orivanai article. -
S:rofula, bylbi is, Mercurial Complaints,
Cancer, Gangrene, -Ithenintium, aii a vas
variety of other 1.lipt.ases are speedily fnd per
fectly cured by the.uye of ' this hedicine.
READ TilE FOL bLWING C9RTFICATE
TALLAoNSA Co., Ala.,Jan.~B 182.
Dear Sir :--1 cenl 'ona tli!' to citfy to
that your Extraet of elow Duck and Sares.
pirilla has perforned one of the most wonderinl
cures on me that lap ever been eflected on a.
i have been afhctead for forty years wiet
eruti'ons on my legs and feet; in 1848 they got
so bad that I hal to go on crutchen, and in 1819
I had one leg ampainted above the kne:e. In
about nine iaontlhs after my ofher leg b:o'te out
in large eating and runnin %area frcm knee
to my foot, and d ichargea great deal of offen
sive matter. ily grohiroke out in larg.- bile.q
which discharged much offensive matter, and.
at the iame time my left hand broke out in large
runjniog sores nearly to my elbow.
'I'he misery that I have suffered for the lastj'
two years I cannot describe to you. I was in
nuch, agony that I never rested day or night..
In October last my son brought me one of.
your bottle wrajppers, I read it, und found re
cord of some wonderful cures performed by
your'1 Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarapa.
rilla," I sent andl got two bottles of it, and
commenced nkitag it. In two weeks, to ny
great astonishment, mly sores all became easy.
and I could sleep all night, a thing I had not.
done for two years. W flel I.had taken six,
bottles, my sores had nearly all healed. My.
sores got well as if by enchantmenat. I have
nlow used in all eight bottles of your " Extract
of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," and I now
consider iyself well.
I entreat all of the afflicted to try this medi
cine, for I believe it will caire any knowin din
eaile in the world.--Lay asido all prejudice and
just try it, and proclaim its great worth to
sufferiig mankind and entreat them to take i'
fur it will curei them.
My case is well known in a large portion of
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, and if
any should doubt the above cure, I invite them
to call on me, and I will show them the scars.
I Can he found in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
one mile from Store's Ferry. Renajati Ilughee.
'he Yellow Dock ad Surauparilla is pecu.
liarly adapted fir females of delicate health*
resuling from irregularity of mienstrual dii
charge;s, and other diseases peculiar to their
sex.--l'he propriettor las ina his possession a
great number of certificates of tura ,lierformetz
of the above descriptioi. We assuro the afflij..
ed, that a bottle or two of Dr. Guyeoti's Ex
tract, of Yellow Dock and Sursaparilla will al
once regulate those ditficulties and renew the
natural essergies.
Put up in quart bottles.-?rice $1 per
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
SCOVIL& lEA D, Il I ICHARLES STREET
NEW ORlLEANS.
General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders must be addres!'ed.
SOLD A LSO BY
MILLER & BRITTON. Subntervile, . C
-1. J. WoRKMA.N, Camden, S. C.
Z. J. DUnvA, Camden, S. C.
S. BEACII, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 21, 1851 -1 6 In.
The Renowned Remedy!
Holloway's Ointment.
The ertraordhinary Unguent is composed oan
the most healing ldamna, and when used in
accordance with tihe directions which accom-.
pany each pot, will atssure cures whien all other
means fail. Cases of the most desperate Skin
dliseases readily yield so its eflicacy. It is fa
rnotus whlenl used in cases of Gout, Rtheumna
tisim, Contrnctedl or StifI'Joints. In Asthmas it,
xvall dlo wonders if wvell rubibed into the Chess.
A iosTr ASToWIsiffNG CaE OF BeROFUyLoUs
U LCE fts,--A cASE CERaTi PtE D DY Til E MA Yoa
OF DoSroN, ENGLAND.
Copy qf a 2rtter fronm J. hobLe, Esg., Mayor of
Bioston, -Lincoulshre.
T0 ?PFSgoa itOolyAY,
Dear Sir,-Mrs. Sarislh Dixon of Liquorpoi~d
Street, Boston, lhae this day deposed before me
that foria considirabile periodl e was severely
alficted with Scrofualous Sores and Ulcers in
her arms, feet, hews, and oilier parts of her
body : and althougla thme first of medical advice
was obtaineud, at thme cost of a largte ista of
money, she obitained no abatemenit of suffeilng,
but gradually grev wworse.
Being recommnedi by a fiend to tr your
Oinatment, she procured a sm all pot, and a'box
of tihe P'ills. aid before that was all used, sym.
toms of amenadme~nt appeared. By persevering
with the medicines for a short timte longer, ac
cording to the directions, aid strictly adhering
to your rule, as todiet, &c., she was perfeatly
cured, and now eiijoys ihe best of healt.
I remain, Dear Sir, yours truly.
-(Signted) . J. NOBLE.
Dated August 12Jth, 1853.
AN EXTatAotDiN~ARY AND RtAiD CURE OF
Enf6IPEL-As ay TiiE LEO, AFTER MEDICAL AiD
itAD FAILF.D.
Copy of a Letter from Mrs. Eliabeih Ye!,
of thae P'osi ODface, Aldiwick Road, near Bognor F
Sussec, udaed Jan. 12th, 1853. a ' 4
To PatoFEsson iIoOOvAY,. .
Sir,--l suffered for a considerabte period
fromt a severe attack ol Erysipelas, which at
length settled ini my leg, said resisted all, mnedi
cal treatment. lily iuhierinmgs were very'great,
and I quite despiaired of any p'ermanent amnend
mnent, when I was advised to have recourse to
our Oinimenat and Pills. I dlid so without de
ray, and amn happy to sa~y the, result tvas emi
nently successful, for they effe~cted a radioai
cure of any leg and restored tme to the enjoy
ment of hecailth I,1 shall ever speak with the
litmnost confidence of your medicines, and have
recommended them to others in this neiglhbor
hood similarly aflicted, who derived equal
benefit.
I an, .Sir, your oliged and faithifhl Servant
(signed) E LIZA BETH YE~ATE&s
The Pills should be used conjoitly with the
Dintmont in mest of the following cases:.
Bad Lege, Bad Breasts, Burns, Bunions,
Bite of Sloschietoes and San-Flies, Cocobay,
U'hiego foot, Chilblains, Chapped hands, Corns
Soft,) Uanicerg Contracted and Stiff- JoInts,
'lep~haantais, I, istulas, Gout, Ghandolargiwel.
aug., Ltumbago, Piles, Rheumatism, Scalds,
lore Nipples, Sore.throats, Mkin-adinanna, Seur
ry, Sore-heads, TIuimloure, 'l ces, dienndv,
*SOLD AT Tng gE g p3a3IIMt or g.
'Essoa itt.LLowAY, 2j4, STRAND (near Tax.
'L.E liva,) IONDON, aid aso at his liotran ts
'aivw YORK. Oaas fdf Mthd re In ;the
itates, addressed T. UILow tv' s~w YORE,
vil receive due .attension , 4~~.b all -
espectable Drunb ista and lesatzeIcnes
birouaghout the Uited Iitaths, In Pots. at 37 1-2
ents. 87 cents, and ei. 50) cent# each. To bo
ad Wholesale iat the principal Drug Hese in
There isa a nsidecrable abiig by lak.
nguhie larger ses.
I. B.--Directions for thes guidance of patientts
a every dIsorder arc afltil to ch Pot
Forsalo by .
1P. M. COllEN & CO.
Matoh 5th, 1854 23
e~ooksMil kl4V ja o
ed F& BUTfLERht&.

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