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NO 208 A ND 10.
.11 A I N S T it E E T
COI.UMIIA, S. C.
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
. VllWALL1 'A PEit. -V,. &c. &c,.
At very low prices fortcnal. Ife is constant
ly 'repleiishiitur his lnrye assortment from his
MAN11FACTOCY in Columbia, tmd trom
Neiv York. and now ofrer a greater variety
thatn nennt. especiatlly so in FANCY AND
ENAMlELLED FURNITURE, Sitting ani
lioeking Chn irs. &c. &.
A. 1; GALE & CO.'S SITIERIORL AND
(il EATLY 11 PROVED I'!A NOS, at New
York ca-h prir-s. ;v7 All Pianos or Furni
ture sold b himn ar- warranted for ont year or
longer. A I kinds ..f Furniture neatly and
A largo lot of MAHOGANY VENEEIS on
n.nd, withe other Cabluet laker's 5taterials,in
WALL-PAI'ERt A N D BORDERING, a
largo and rich asortment.
t. Funerals served at short notice with
Meialic and Wood Coffins.
lie would respectfully invite his friends and
the public generally to call and examine his
laraht 15, 1854. 20 ly.
ROBERT A YOINGUE,
COLUMBIA, N. .
BEGS leave to call the attention of his
friends and the public to his
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
In addition to his former stock, lie han just
received a new aml extensive assortment of
GO.D nd SI IXER WATCIIES, Alantel
CI.OCKS tf every variety, Silver and Plated
Ware. i lnequ variety ; Military and Fancy
Goods Ctis, Rifles, 'Nportsman s Apparatus,
Fine Pocket and ''able Cutlery, and i a large
assortiment of FAut N GooDS.
1is prices will be found. <m exaniination, to
he as intderteit as at any other establisliment
in the South. Thankful for past favors, he so.
li'its a continuance of the patronnge of hib
formter friends anti custoners.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
WINN & CLRKSON.
TIE tndersigned have this day, associated
thmseIlves together, under the above name and
style for the transaction of all busines in the
CLO THING, and IERCHANT TAILORS'
line. tend may be found at the Corner store
formerly occupied by Clark %V Ilro., wher. they
.iill lie hanny to accommuatet their friends
and the pIle generally.
D. J. WINN,
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
March 13, 1854. -21 tif
ICE! ICE! ICE!
t IE COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE has been
entir-ly rebuilt, so as to be caplable o
holdi:r sev.,rnl thounsair tons of ICE, and jii
ni-w opened for the season. Every facility will
be afloreed to persons living at a distance to
stuoply them regularly. It will he sent olFevery
tnorning. if desirable, by rail roan, passenger or
freight train; and the railroad agents have kin-l
lv offt red to give every facility for its transpor.
mann0. We will aiwavs have a man at the
di hfercnt depots to rece'ive returned blankets,
Cost of ice two cents per pound ;dravage,
boves and packing 37 cent.'; charnes on rai'lroad
will be Irom 1.15 to 50 cents per 14) pounds.
BOATW RIGIIT & BARKU LOU,
N. Ii. Blatikets are a very convenient menle
of tramiporting ice. Blankets will be furnisihed
My10, 1451 21 tf
JUST received and opening a fino stock of
the most fashionable anti Latest Styles of
Spring and Sutmmer Goods. Consisting in
part of the fillowing articles.
alk. & facy Cloths.
" & " Caseimerem.
Spring & Stummer Trweedls
Bk White & Fancy Silk Vesting. .
" " Darsailles "
" " " Linen Drills
El1k. WVhite & Fancy Silk Cravats.
l.inen' & Cambrie
Silk & " Handk'fs,
Gloves. Socks, & Drawers
J.inenm Bosom Shirts anti Collars
Silk & Merino tinder Shirts.
131k. Silk " Hats
P'anama & fancy Hams.
Bik. anad Faney Cloth Coats antd Sacks.
" " "Tweed " "
" i " " Alpaca " " "I
Silk, Grass and Linen " " "
B11k, and Fancy Cassimere Pants,
Drap d'ete and Tweeds,
WVhito and Fancy Linen
111k. White, and fancy Silk Vests
Homhazine and Linen
'What andi faincy Marsailes,
All of which we invite our friend, and thme
public generally to call and examninie.
We are also preparedl to mtake to order, any
articles in the Tradoring line, as neat anti Cheap
as camn be done in the State on the same terms,
WINN & CLAIIKSON.
A pril 12, 185f. 21 t
ALL persons desi rotms of keeping cool or
L of retaiing or regaining health are
aidvisedl to use Ice freely during the Sum
me'r antd Fall Seasons.
Ice can be <ielivered daily by the Pass.
enger trauin which leaves Wilmington at
14 and aet any D)epot on the W'ilmingten
nnid Mnncmhester Rat! Road, at thea cost of
62 0!) per Barrel contaimtngs 125 Pounds,
thereby placinig it within the power of all
persomns to use some anid receive supplies
with regularity and derpatch.
All orders addressed to " Wilmington
Ice House" enclosing the money will
receive protmpt attetton-any person desir
oumi of receiving rcgtnlar supplies at staled
periods will please send their oerders, ac
co'nbodyt~ anid ltheir accounats will be for.
wair'ed t. the end of every month whten a
r'rnt. tetnce tmust be promptly made or the
II, m etsop.
A. ii. V~AN BOKK(ELEN,
Cristadoro's Excelsior Fluid
lIItlle DVtE, NO. 6. AST~ft HOUSE.
T.'Ilte claimos of this extraorehinatry article to
public etimaiti-n, are not batseI apesn the timn
that it has been be'tore the world. It is cosm.
peratie it new pireparationt, f'ountdeel ont nnwt~
dhscovenei in ie iu ry, andt' it liat' umangura
te'a tnt'w trt in hainr dyeingt. What art' its. re
co~nn*mnns irq s,. Js .nli, ge the Itair of
aint-y obtumious clor :n rtutre b'hlack or browni
in five iminuni s. 2d .-- i assimiates with the
hanir, und nou~irishes ins-teadt of b'urniung it.
,--it is pronontneed by neminent che~mists the
nily tae hai r dye known. 4th,---i is imnpos
-ch~ to uiame tan itnstantce of' iets ilure. f6th,--It
'has. tha widiet putltarimy eve r ye~t amcordedl to
p~-a 'smlar preparamion. For theu esmtbilittmet
of thlitmb ajesertions bty proof, sne the tesitanony
i~ (Ats vanoto'it, No b, Atetor Huse, where it
ii' fitlthredl, sold, and applied privaey
irlO jier box, Si. For sale by aby
., RICE & THOMSON,
Druggists, Sumterville, 8. C.
lar 240 18fst 6nm.
HAYNSWORTH & GREEN,"
WI. IIAYNSWORLTU. JOt|N T. OtMEEN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SUMTERVILLE, 8. C.
WyiL. practice in Sunter and the ad.
February 15u, 1851. 26 If
JOHN T. IDARBY.
G. LITTLE & CO.
G. LiTI.EH. J D. scorr. C, F. JACKSON.
No. 199 KING STREIE T,
Next door to Victorir Itott-l.
CHARLESTON S. C.
Always on hand-A large and Fashionable
AT THtE LOWEST PoSStLY PRICES,
SHllWITS, 11081 EltY, UMBRELLAS, &c. &c
VIiOL.ESALE AND RFTAIL.
Apr. 12, 185 1. 24 ly
White Lead! White Lead!
10,000 LBS. PURE WHIITE
LEAD fur sale low.
J. & J. 11. EWART,
Columbia, S. C.
fareh 15, 1851. 20 ly
THOMAS S. NICKERSON
Pro pri eta r,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1854. 18 ly.
C. P. REMSEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO It. HAWLEY,)
WI!OLESALE AND RETAIL
Richardson SIiree,-No 89.
TWO DOORS BELOW TIIE M3ARKET,
COLUMBLI, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
DR. C. H. MIIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEAR TIlE COURT 11O USE.
Drugs, iMedicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
15E1.CTEU EXlIttESSIX FOL TIS
_arch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Dealer in Prorisions, Flour,
Bi CONL. G ROC RES, WINEs,
LIQUORS, CIG.l RS, TO1A CCO.
'I'E AS. &~c.
Plantation Supplies and
COU.NTRYI' V PROI1;UE.
TE A, MIOLASSES, CHEE8E, &c.
194. Richardson Street,
COLUMIA, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
BY (. W. BOMA R,
South-west corner of Church and Queen-sts
(iIARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 211, 1854. 18 ly.
At Frierson's old Stand,
T1il Elu fllowinig comprisns a part of the
heavy and varied stzock of Goods which the
subscriber is niow recivinig at Frierson's
Muslin de Laines, Swiss and figured
Calicos, Ginighamas. &c &.
L~ace., Edgm gs, TFrimmtuings Insertings,
Ribbons, &c. &c.
Ladies anid Gents llosiery.
Iloots, Shoer-, 1 hats and Caps,
Ready Made Clothing,
All descriptions of Groceries,
Crnckery a large lot.
Confel.ctioniary, Prnits, Nuts, Toys, &c.
Fancy Goode, a large variety
Alsonulways ont hand.
Icedl Sodi WVater, Lemonade anid syrup.
All ef which wvill be sold cheaper thanii
any othier flouse in town. Come and see.
June 28,1%54 35S ti,
WIIL be ie for the apprehens.ion atnd de
live.ry to the Mlaster of either Workhonse in
Chsarleston, or ainy jail in the State, of ISA AC,
sometimes call Jobhn Brown. who, without
any known cause, left, the, James lil lanta
tion on the 20th of October last. Said fellow
hi 5 feet 8 Inches in hecight, mnoftee conmp~lexion,
umar, intelligent spoke-n, and is a Carpen.ter by
trade ; and when, last heard oif was in the lower
country, on 3hcCordl's plantation. Fifty dollar..
In addition to the above rewani, will ile ptaid
upon proof to conviction of hais being~ harbored
or employed by a white, or colored person.
APPl to J. & J. Ii. KIIthK PATRLICII.
Mlarc 29th, 1853. 22 tf.
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
262, RJCARDSO(N fSTRE ET,
and corner of (Garcais' Street,,
COLfMBIA, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 Iy.
Who Wants M~oney ?
The~ subscriber for one, is particulcriy in
aant .f it. atnd he hopes that thtose who lhave
p:.,tronized hint so liberally, will continue their
fnendhipj by pa;ying up, andi' enabthling him, to
met the, denmands of others. "Whseel cannot
mHovO without grease"
Jan. 18. 1851. 12 1) ' IEfN
Caumden, 8. 0.
W, EW WATSON
PRO PRl~ITO , i]
Noas 9, I'153- 9 if
OUR OFFPICE IS PREPA RED TO
All Ord4ers~ in JOb) Wor'k
U~itly Neatucgg aub 0cespatdI).
We hope those of our readers wishing i
work dono. in this line will giv,,,.. c,...
BROWNING & LEMAN"
'reacsi, Brilisle amid Gernamali
09 and 211 King-areet corner of Mar
C:IIARfESTON, S. C.
r1ARPETI NGS.-Ingraini, 3 Plys, Brus
Lil T pestrv nnd Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
CURTAIN CAMBRICS and 1USLINS, In
EMHROIDERED) LACE and MUSLIN
JURTAINS, nil xtylei.
GII.T1, CORNICES, in all the new designp.
CURTAIN GIMPS, HOLDERS, LOOPS,
DRAPEItY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
n till varieties.
lRITISH and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
SILVER and GILT STAIR RODS and
STAIR CAMIRETINGS, of all styles.
WILTON, VELVET, and A XMINSTER
RUGS, in great variety.
'PLANTATION WOOLENS-Il L AN.
rETS, PLAINS. KERSEYS, CA PS,&c.
Red and White FLANNELS, SilirINGS,
COTTON OSNABURGS, of all the best
English and American COTTON FLAN
French. English, anl American PRlINTS.
LINENS OF, RICIIARDSON'S superior
make, for Sheetingos, Shirtings, Pillow Cases,
Table Danmasks, Doylie, Napkins, Towellings,
Iluckahac ks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
Grus Cloths, &c.
CI.OTIIS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS,
of best French Goois.
SERVANTS CLOTHS, in all the shades of
SATINETS, TWEEDS, JEANS and LIN
SEYS, of all gualities and styles.
WiTH A FULL As1R'7M ENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In 11.KS, rISSuES, IIAREGES,GREN
ADIN ES, 1USLINS, &c.
11031AZINES, ALI'ACAS and MOURN
ING GOODS, in great variety.
EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, of ev.
ery* descri ption.
EVENING DR ESS Goods in Great variety,
All the above are of our own
and offerd at the LOWEST MARKET Prices.
T ERtMS.-Cash, or City Acceptance.
a~r The one price system strictly ad.
hered to, and all Goods Warranted.
BROWNING & LEMAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, Gth, 1854. 1 tf
hardware, Paints, and
J. & J. B. EWART,
COL UMBIA, S. C.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE,
Offer for sale at very low pricer, a large and
well assorted stock of
MII-SA V A N D M1lIL .1Ro'Ns
PA INTS, OILS, A ND D YE
EW Goods delivered at the Depot free of
J. & J. B. EWART.
March 15, 1854. . 20 ly.
Agen cy for Iron Railing and
TIIE subseriber will receive orders for
Cast Iron RailingP, and other Iron work inanu
ClASE & BROTIlERS,
of Bostoini. The Work will ie de livered in
Charleston at Hiton prices with thet expenies
of Boxing. FreiKht Insurance, Drayage and
Any person wishing~ illustratedl catalogues of
the dilnerent designs can be~ suppli..d by apply.
mag at my store, where specimens of someeofthe
nrticles catn alsuo eseen.
A catalogue cana be seen at time oflice of the
No.64) 1-2 East Blay, opposite P. & M1. Hank
(Chareston, .Y. C.
SMar, 29, 1851. 22 6,m
UPIIOLSTERIA~G AlAD BIDDING
WH[OLESAL.E & RETAIL,
117 King Strecet, Charleston, S. C,
TH E subtscriber is receiving a large assort.
nient of the above goods.
50,0)00 Rolls of Paper Hiangings; 1000 pairs
af Window Shades., 100 Marasses, ofC every
IeicripttionU. Also, Pillows, Bolsters, Lace amd
luina Cmtrtaints, Damask, Satin DeLanes,
'ornmee, lin mds, Fire Screens Venitian Blinds,
All kinds of Uphoisterinag, andi time butsiness
te usually atte.nded to ina alli its branches.
Mar. 29, 1854I. 22W K N yA
3. B, NIXON,
PROPRIETOR OF THlE
COMIEftCIA L 110OU8E,
COrnerI Queen and( Chiurch-sts.
Char'leton, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
COMMISSION~ MER CHfA NT,
)FFICE, Non-ru COMF~neIAJ, WHJAR1
CilARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1833. 18 1.
3HAiMBEllS & MlRSIIALL
WHOLESALE d& RETAIL
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS,
No. 4, Granite Range,
CorUMBa, 8, C.
Sl4 All orders thank fully received and
~rontpi ly attenned to.
ENJ. R. CIFAMBERS. WM. MARSHALL,
A pril 19, 1854. *!5 6Sm
N. A. 00HEN & COHN,
WPIORTE~Rs& DEALEEII LV
'OREIGN and DOMESTIC
No. 117 East Bay',
NATHAN A. COIIEN,
LEA POLD COHN.*
Mar. 29, 1834. 22 AlyETOS
PA VILION HOTEL,
H. L. BUTTERFIE LD,
Fel>.29 1 t W
Fullings, Bostwick & .Ce.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I AVE constantly on hand the largest
in this place, which they are prepared to
Rell at prices lower than apy other estah.
lishmient in Columbia. tp
Their Clothing is manufactured by them.
solves with particular reference to this
market, and they rdel warranted to say it
is inferior to none, and SUP5ERIOR TO
MOST CLOTIHNG off'ered in any part
of the country. Their business is con
ducted upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their goods marked in
plain lig-ires upon each article by which a
uniformity of price is observed, and the
inexperienced buyer is enabled to make
his purchases at as low a rate, as the more
experienced and better judge. Persons
visiting Columbia are respectfully invited
to an examination of nour stock and prices.
February 15th, 185.1. 16-ly.
Look Up Street.
WF1.nn CLARK'S IIOTEL is still in op
eration--(thanks to the kindness of good
friends)-ready to receive customers, and
entertain them. to their ont ire satiisifact ion.
31r. 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 le kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Clark pledges sat isfaction.
Jan. 11, 185 11 tf
FEL.OW CITIZENS!-.It isa painful task
tothin, hutstern necessity and your negligence
and fiorgetfulness, denmuin that I shoild remind
all t hose indebted to n, either by note or ac
colint, it, come to taw with thIc rhink, hides or
corn at the mill, on or before the firut Monilay
in March next, to save yonruelves of displeas
ure antid to cheat Lawyers, Sheriffs and petty
Constables oint of ost, for
At tie los8s of a penny
Vonn'll grunble and groan,
As thongh the rhemnaties
Were piercing each hone.
Th14 ghost ofhad shillings
Forever you will haunt,
And you shake, least to-morrow
Should bring yoi to wnti.
L'' Pay ill), and save costs, and there will
yet be a crust left you.
W31. FRANCIS BUTLER.
Jan. 25, 1851 13 if.
To the Public,
JOIIN CIlNA offirs his twrviceN to the
citizens of Slumier District anud tihe public gen
crally and pledges himself to give every atten
tion t) the satle of all properties etitrustedl to his
hands on coninission, either at anetion or pri
vale sal.- The faiilities Ie enjoys, as to situa.
tios aud his long expetrience in% the business are
satisfactory ev idence of ins aility to do juntire
to any who may employ him.
Feb 22, 1851. 7
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLUM BI.A, S. C.
WIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Puse ..D1 ues, 'Mcicine.q, C/remictals,
Perfnceri, Faet Arlicles, Brushes,
Glassware, Jye.Stujs, and all kinds of
GENUINE AND POPULAR PATENT
A complete assortment, of the best quality,
and gt the iov-est prices.
March 1i, 1-54. 20 ly.
Boots & Shoes.
coLIIMltIA. S. C.
. IAS conistarutly oni handI ands is dauily reeeiv.
ing frs siuphes ofr all kin/s orf Itlies and,
Genutleimen's Ibsots ansd Shoe~s of the latest fasth
ions. Also, It E~iI CA LF-SK INS and SU[.E
LEATli It for lloot-maskers.
Mlarch 15, 185-1. 20) ly.
Old Brass and Copper.
The S'ubscrnber wiil pay 12-2 cents per
pound in cash for ansy qnanmtiiy of old hirass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, near the
WVihin~etn and Mlanchester R1. Rt. Depot
T. J. COGIILrAN.
February 28, 1851 18 tf.
50 Country Hams,
JUTreceived and for sale bsy
J. T1. SOLO.\oNS & CO.
May 1'7, 185I 29 tf
C.otint ry I lamis, ant Shsoulders,
Pick led lBeef andI T1onnrues---.
Goshen Eutter, R ice, iElour &c.
Altixted P'ickles, in pts, qimi. and 1.2 gals.
Olives, Unipers &e
Candies, Raisonis &c
Ratisons 1(00 Boxes at a Dollar per Box
A pr., .5, 1854- 23 trf.
E. R, C0WPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KING, 2d7 STREET,
Five Doors abov-e Wenstworth.,
CIIA R IES'TON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 6m.
l IE SUIJSCRIBIER offers for sale on
very reasoinable terms, sonic valuable
improved and unimproved losts in the Towvn of
Stumterville. For particulars, apply to
Sumterville, Jsn. 3d, 185-I. 10--tf.
CONFE~CTIONvARY AND FAN'CY
No. 136, R~ic/hardson Street,
COL U MIBlA, S. C.
P'ARTIES A NI WEDDINGS FUR~NISII ED
AT SIIORITEST NOTICE.
WHTIOLESALE A ND RET A1IL.
March 15, 185-4. 20 ly.
.FISK'S M E T A L LIC COFiFINd of at
izes, constantly on hand atid for sale
tHUDSON & BROTHIER,
Opp. Temperance Haill Sumterville.
June 15th. 185 3,-.f
AT THE OLD STAND OF 8. & .. GILBERT
S.&E. M. GILBERT
continue the CARRIAGE
IUSIA'NSS at the above
stand-No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Charleston-wherg they -will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and curtomers
a very extensivo Stock of Vehicles, com
prising those of their own manufacture,
together with various other sty!es usually
found in this narket. Their long acquaint.
anre with this market as nmntfecturers
nud doalers will enablo them to ofTer great
inducements to purchasers both in styles
March 15, 1854. 20 ly
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this inethod of informing the citizens;
of Sutnterville and vicinity,
that he has just openened on
the corier above Clark. ITo
tel, his, NEW CABINET
WAHtER00M, where he will keep for sale,
cheap, all such furniture an comes under this
department of his trade; al will furnish for
ensh, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
Furniture made. Repairing executed at the
Mahogany and plain Coffins furnished with
Feb. 8, 185-1. 15 tf.
ALL persons who are in my debt a fee,
Will please to come forward, and pay it to me,
For I am now out of the indulging mood,
And couldn't wait longer, indee , if I wrould
The Sheriff has 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
tne a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soon, all in a drift,
iut rather thtan go to him, so early, hark ye
I'll give a we bitof a hin4t. now mark me !
If yon don't pay tilp, right, under your noses,
I'll take all yotr papers, and give theta to
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farin
In hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
J. S. RICI. M. D.
Clarendon, Fel., 8, 1851. 15 tf
Thrdl Door South of the Torn a11411
(111( nea1rly opIoSite Tndatl & WI'atson
T"" 1 "bscriber would respetfully in.
form the citizeis of Situmterville and
tle public generally, that he has opened at
the above place a general assoriment of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, flats and
Caps. Itirdware, Crockeryware, &c. &c.
A'so, A Choice lot of Family Groceries of
every descriptioni, with Fruit of various
kinds, such as Oranges, Apples, Lemons,
&c. &c., which he will iell very low for
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 11y
In Equity-Sumter District.
Adn'r. of BILL.
?-*' F. J. & M. Moses
Chqrles W. Miller. Conpi'its. Sot's.
The creditors of the late Dr. JAMes IIAYN
swoariT, entitledl to claim under his a.*ignment
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
caus-, they are rept.ired to establish their de
mands before me, Commissioner in Equity for
Sunter District aforesaid, on or before the
ret day of May nest.
I also give notice that I will until the
said first day of May text, receive proposals for
the sale of a part of the real estate conveyed by
thu sit id assignment, lying partly if not wholly
in the corporate limits of Snmterville, bonniltd
by landls Of Dr. J. C. l HArNswo-rnT, W. IL
RIRUNsoN, T. J. CoritI.AN, and Mrs. C. los.
SAK). nnd by the new road runnitng from Stum
terville to the steam nill of T. J. Conutii.4N &
Co., supposedl to contain about. one hundred and
WV. F. B. IIAYNSWORTII.
Com'r. in Equity 8. D.
Dec. 27. 1853. U if
TINDAL, WATSON &CO,
TIl E iiubscribe.rs hav ing established them
selves at the standl opposite A. 3. Moses' 'store,
respectfully solicits the attention of their friends
and the public to their well selectedl stock.
l'heir a.sortmnent coanprijges all artiCles tisizalty
kept, (e.rccpeing liquors) andi will het constantly
replenished, and dlispoised of on ats favorable
terms ais are oil'ered ansy where.
Their stock consists in part as follows:-.
Iadies' Dress Gooids anid Trimmings.
Ladies' Collars, Chemisottes, and Under
L~aces, Elginug, and Insertitngs,
Jaconiet anid Swiss Muslins,
Ladies' amnd gentlemen's. L. C Ildkf's.
A large lot of Ihosiery and Gloves, Cravats
and Stocks. Also,
A full sn;sply of Prints andi Domestics.
GItOCE 'I ES, Ihardware, llolloware,
Carpenter's anid llatcksmnitht's Tlools,
Cistern Puitn anid Pipes, Carriaee Trim
Crockery and Glassware, Saddllery and
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready made
Clothing, &c. &. &c.
TINDA L, WATO O
JAMii~s S. INDAI.. ASN O
11. WV. GARDNER.
February 22, 1854 17 if
To The Public,
J A MES 11. CLA RK begs leave to noti.'
fy the citizens of Sumnterville and the vi.
entnty, that he is now prepared to give hie
entire attention to any business in the
auction line, He has had some experiente,
and hopes by diligetnce and atteauion, to
merit a share of public favor.
Sntterville, Jan,.1Ih, 1854. 1--tf
The subscribers are now in receipt of
their SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK,
consisting of every variety of Gents' and
Ladies' dress goods. Groceries, Hard
ware &c., which they are prepared to sell
as cheap as this market can afford. Please
call and examine for yourselves.
Rt. C. WE BB & CO.
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. t f.
The subscriber has made arrangements for
the mannfactuare of fromnFouir to Fiv Thousand
pairs of the above article by the FA LL. For
reference, as to quality, he would respectfully
refer persons who may be disposed to purchase
of him, to those who patronized him Iast year
As to price, Its will guarantee them as low as
can be oflerded.
May 22 2 .J MOlRGAN.
THlE Subscriber takes this
method of informing his frie nd
an t e pb ic, that he has recenatly enlarged
mean cd the services f gooera work.
meand a no~,w readyto uitl Veh es of any
dlescnption at the shortest niotice. Hie promises
to repair with neatness and despatch and sat
isfy alt those who may favor -him with petazon
age, in cheapness &c,
R. 0. PUTrT3.
LY1cNBDUno. S. C., May10 1854, on
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Collon .Factors and Generad Commis
B. McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per.
n sonal and special attention to-the in.
terests rind orders of his friends in tIhis
S:ate and the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these flouses
with their patronage. Consignments ol
produce to the flouse in New York, either
l way of Charleston, Georgetown, 01
Wilmington, will be covered by insurance
if notice of the shipment he promptly giv.
May 3, 1853 27-.f
Improved Cotton Gins.
fur ast favours the subscriber wish
es to inform the public that he still manufact
tures Cotton Gins at his establilsimenit in State
burgi on the nost improved and approved plan
which she thinks that the cotton ginned on ont
of those gilns of the late improvement in worti
at least a quarter of a cent morb than the cot,
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. Ile also man
ufactures them on the most simplq construction
of the finest finish and of the best materials ; it
wil, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Casi
hardened whichl he will sell for $2 per Saw.
lil also repairs old gins and plt them in cim.
plete order at the shortesi notice. All orders foi
Gins will be promptly and punctually attendet
to. WILLIAM ELLISON.
Statelurg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,-- 2C
ROlERT W. ANDREWS notofies th
citizens of tis, and the adjoining DIisriets
that he has removed his Stables near the De,
pot of the W. & M. R. Road, where ie im read)
at all timres to tak e clarge of diseased forsei
for a moderate charge ; in all cases whecre then
is no cure no pay will be expected. le alst
continues tw take Passengers to rii from thr
Depot, vnd expects shortly to reetive a Nei
Omnibus for that purpose. Goods he will hau
at tile old rate of 10 cents per package, anc
sobeiits the patronage of the public.
Felb. 22, 1853 17-tf
Manufacturer and Dealer it
Carriages and Harness,
OF every deseription, Nos 121, Meeting street
and 33 Wentworth street, next to it ol1 stan
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
Negroes Bought and Sold
TIE undersigned lhit opsened an olice at No
16 State Street, Charleston, where he has r.1
hand a nunber of LIKELY YOUNG NE,
GROES for sale from which he can supply thi
wants (if tiny of the comnillity. Tiese Ne
groes are purchasel in Mar -land, Virginia
ri r ind 'Soutlh Carolina. '., his lot le i
Continuzi y receiving accessions. 'rhe highel
prices paid at all limes for negroes.
J. 31. E.- SHA RPE,
16 Stae Street.
Charleston, Dec. 21, 1833. 8 ly
J. B. N. HAMfiIMIET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
sUMT'ERVILLE, S. C.
Office next door to J. B. & R. C. Webb'i
New York Store.
Marci 22. I 21-tf
BUUT LER & NEW IIERY have removed fror
thteir former stand to the one t'orinerly occupiel
by E. 11. PRINGLE & CO., one door North 0
F. IIOY'"S Jewelry Store, where they woul
be lelamsetl to see their friends and customers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 tf
WILMINGTON. N. C.
PA RTIClL A R attention fiven to the SA L!
or SIlIlPMENT1 of Naval Stores and Cotton
and liber CA~SII AU)VANCES made on Con
Dec. It, 1853. 7 ly
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
IBUT.LR & NEWIH ERY wvould respectfully
inform thleir friends and the Public generally
that they have just received a large and -wetl se
lectedt Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
embracing every quality anid style of L ADIES
D)RES8 G0OO)5; Hieavy Goods, &c., Grocer
ies, Boots anid Shoes of every description; lates
style Hats and Caps; Ihardware and Crockery
Ready Made.Clothing, etc. etc., to which thes
particularly invite attention.
A lot of CIIOICE SEGA RS.
DRIED-FIGS, RASINS, CANDY,
CiHEESE, BOTT'l.ED CIDER, PORT.
Berage DeLains, Printed Jaconets, French
Camtbric ks.-Finie assortment of Ging.
hams, black and colored, antd Embroidered
Goods, &c. &t.
J. TP. SOLOMONS-& CO.
March 8th, 1854. 19 tf
R. a. WEBB & CO,
IIE undersignedl, havo associated them.
selves together, tunder the above name
and style, for the transaction of all busr
ness in the mercantile iin'd and mnay~ be
found at the old stand of Wmt. WEBBhH,
wvhere thley wiulll be happy to see and ac
comodate their friends antd the public.
R. C. W EBB,
,1R, S. WE BB.
Mar.15, 1851. 20 if
Francis R. Shackelford,
CeIRLESTION, R. C.
TIlE subscribler respectfully calls the
at tention of the1 Planters of Sumter District
to tile abiove Card, anti solicits a share of
their pitronage. The most satisfactory
reference can be ;.iven if required.
F-. Ri. SIIACKELFORD.
Charleston, Aug., 0, 1854 41 4t
T~IIE subscibere are now receiving their
stock of 8pring and Summerm goods, whIch have
been selected with great care, and cannot fail
to give satislhetion in style,quality, anti prices.
Our stock coalpaises all1 articles whIch the
wanis and taute of the community demandl, and
we solicit a call from our friends and the piub.
lie before calling elsewhere as we had6 n~
new styles whIch cannot fail to p lease.
*TINDAL, WATSON 4 CON
le ae rtr ~ el
hall Per formedi fihe orignal h,
III thepe n tich Are
this IN the onl trpe ant gnal articl
Srcrofulla ,CyhiiP4eguia Cmaiti
Cancer, Gangrene, Hheutism, -and avast
variety of other djiseu.aes are speediu ind
factly cured by ,Ite.USe of thin mne4cine.
IEADTiIE FOL WI CjgtT
TALLAPOSSA Co., Ala.,Ja . 1862.
Denr Sir :--I senl yon tils to eerilfy Vow
that your Extract of Yellow Dock and.aSO ..
parilla has performed one of the tnoft wo ndo
cujr,,s on mu thait hast eyer been efrectowdon tafl.
I have been afflicted for forty years with
ertlptionn on my legs and feet; in 1848 they got
so bal that I had to go on crutchei, and in 1819
I had one leg ampmated above the knee. In
about nine muonthsi after ally o oerlei e out
im lurg eating and runnigl sores frcm in knee
to my foot, and discharged a great deal o olfen
sive matter. My groin broke out in large bile,
which discharged much offensive matter, and.
at the same time my left hand broke out in large
runnig sores nearly to my elbow.
The misery that Ilhave sufiered for the last
i two years I cannot describe to ou. I was in
such agon that I never rested dayor night.
in Octo ber lat my son bronght me one of.
your bottle wrappers, I read it, und found re
cord of some wonderful cures performed by
your " Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa.
rIla," I Sent anal got two botties of it, an4
cominciiajed takimg it. In two weeks, to nay
great astonaishmneait, lily sores all became easy,
I and I could sleep all nihqlt, a thing i hail noL:
dond for two years. Wleal I .hnai taken six
bottles, ay sores lad nearly all healed. My.
sores got well as if by enchaniment. I have
now used in all eignt bottles of your " Extract
of Yellow Dock and Sarsalarilla," and I now
consider imyself well.
I entreat all of the afflicted to try this medi
cime, for I believe it will cnre any known die.
ease in the world.-Lay aside all prejudice and
just try it, and proclaim its great worth tp
suffering mankind ant entreat them to take i4
for it will cure them.
Ply case is well known in a large portion of
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, and if
any should doubt time above cure, I invite them
to call on me, and I will show them the scars.
I can lie found in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
one mile fron Store's Ferry. Renajati HItighes
'he Yellow Dock and Sarauparilla is pecu-.
liarly adapted for female. of delicate health;
remulting from irregularity of ienstrual dis
cIhrgeas, and other diseases peculi? to their
sex.-l'he proprietor has in hii Possessiol a
great number of certificates of cureaplierformed
of the above description. We assure ite afflict..
ed, that a bottle or two of Dr. (Quysot's Ex.
tract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will at
once regulate those dilliculties and renew the
' Put up in quiart bottles.-Price $1 per
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
SCOVIL& MIEA D, 111 CHARLES STREET
General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders tuust be addressed.
SOLD ALSO BY
MLLER& BRITTON, Sumterville, S. C.
T. J. WORK-IAN, Camuden, S. C.
Z. J. DeUIIAV, Camden, S. C.
S. BEAcH, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 21, 1851 '41 6 mo.
The Renowned Remedy?
The extraordinar-' Unguent is compose.! on
the most healing ltalsaa, and when used in
accordance with thte directionts which accnom
pany each pot, wvill assure cures when all other
means fail. Cases of the mosnt desperate Skin
diseases re:uadily yield to its efllicacy. It is fa
motus when usedl in cases of Gout, Rheuma.
-tsmn, Contracted or 8:lf'Joints. Itn Asthmana it
wvill dho wonders if wvell rubbed into the Chest.
A MiosT ASTONiaayN eaE oF sctoFU~oU~S
ULCE~ts,---A CA8E CEaTai:D BY TihE MAYoR
OF DnSTON, ENGLAND.
.Copy qf a Lrfter from- J. iwoble, Esg., Magor of
To0 PRoFssoa~ itorMVIAY,
Dear Sir,--Mrs. Sarfalh Dixon of Liquorpond
Street, Boston, haas this day deposed bedore me
that for a cotnsidyrale period shtu was severely
afflicted with Sc~rofuloaus Siares anal Ulcers in
hetr arms, fleet len, anal oth~er prts of her
body : ati ahhlouthe first of med ical advice
was obtained, at the cost of a I are saim of
money, sihe obtaitied no abatement of sufIering,
but gradually grew worse.
.Being recomneda by a friend to try yur
Ointment, site procured a small pot, and aox
of the PI'lls, anal before that was all used, sym.
toms of amtlendmaent appeared. By prsevering
with the medicines for a shtort timu longer, ac
cording to the directions, atnd strictly adhering
to your rtles as so.dtet, &c., she was prfectly
cured, and now einjoys the best of health.
1 remamn, Dear Sir, yours truly.
(Siganed) J. NOBLE.
Dated August 12th, 1853.
AN EXTaAORDINtARY AND RAPID cURE OF
ERYbtrELtAs IN TnlE L.EO, AFTER MEDICAL AID
Copy of a Letter from Mirs. ElizeaeA V'c.
of thec Post Ofice, Aldwick Road, near Bognesr, I'
.Susse.r, dhaed Jan. 12th, 1853.
TO PROPESsoa toLoway,
Sir,-- suffeared for a constidaerabte period
from a severe attack ol Erysipelas, which at
length settled in my leg, and resisted all. muedi.
cal treatment. Sly suileritng~stwere very great,
and I quite despasiretd of any paermanent amnend
ment, when I was advlsedt to htave recourse to
your Oitmenlt anal Pills. I did so wiitout dle
lay, and am htapy to say the. result \va~s emi
neatly successf, fur they efleeted a radical
cutre of may lg and restoretd me to the enjo
mnent of hietuth. I shall ever speak witth
ultmost cotifidence of your medicineis, and have
recommaended them to others in this neighbor
hood similarly afflicted,- who derive equal
I ama, Sir, youtr obliged and falthfti Servant
(signed) ELIZA BETH Y EATES.
The Pills should be used conjoitli with the
Ointment in ust of the fitiowing cases:
Bad Les, Bad Breasts, Burns, BunIons,
Bite of Slosebletoes and San-Flies, Coco-bay,
Chiego foot, Chilblains, Chapped hands, Corn.
(Soft,) Catcers Contracted and Stiff' ointa,
Elephantiasis, Fistulas, Gout, GlandtuiarSwel
hings, Lutmbago, Piles, Rhteumatism, Scalds,
Sore Nipples Sore-thpeats, bikin.diw-aags, Scur
vP1,wSoru-hesads, Tunzioure,: Ulcuisk /Wounds,
*,SOr.D AT Ttla RmASaLtsiltNTEr oF Pao
FEssoa tiotLowAy, 244, STRANDJ (nearsTBM
SL E liva,) LONDON, and a!so at his HoUSe IN
Na~w YORK. Oanas fd Aed cre In ,the
States, addressed TI. H~ou.rowva s ~w YORK,
will rteceve due , ttention. ~4Job all -
respectable Drtigists and Iiei l lellnes
throughout the Unaited States, in Pots at 37 1.2
Cetnts. 87 cents, and *1. 50O cents eace To bes
had Wholesale at theo principal Druig tiiaes int
There is a considerable savling by tak,
Itig th lrger sixes.
N. B.--Drections for the guidance of patients
int every dlisorder are affixedl to eac~h Poh.
For sale by
P. M1. COIIEN & CO.,
Masoh 5th, 1854 23
u$I' best and lajest EdilionoF ei o
I EsOkI,-ot kitids it e~tralui' bo
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