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SPALDING & ROGERS'
".I",V oO..r~t TII:R LKLe KD 5
.FLOATINtG. PALACE CItUs
I raii tlie:r Paltual Argurtitte Amtpfhi.
theiatre. ont tie Aliwoelppt ail Uiiut
rivers, tuud litir .
North Amcrican Circns I
So fnvornbly known t the North
afil Enist, into
ONE MONSTER CONCERN
Willitlte -''w40 Cr11tAMasICs., et,113.
pri4ngt r4lstweiively tile naasa dit..
hed Northen flil :Southen lI'r-.
l_____ iner.
rRTIN RENDLY STRIIT.
- II te 43-1n e tjihig, III prete
Two Sets of Performero I
TWO SETS OF CLOWNS!
FIVE CLOWNS IN THE RING!
TWO 8ETs OF rING HORSES!
A Complde Dranatic Corps!
M 0. Pantatmine Every AftieM dO!
a:, PUTNAM, EVERY NIGHT!
NED KENDALL, the Buglor!
KENDALL'S DRASS DAND I
CHJIOATE'S STRING B.AND!
f, A Triumpha: Procession throigle the
prncipal stre-ts, about I0 u'cwk A
- ;.= St., at overy place of Exil ition, oif
the linnds, il the Grand Floral Cut
of statuette,
Drawn by .10 HIorses!
Driven by one matl; and everythan
else, in atul aeout tile Estlislinienm ,
upon t16 sane elutlaornie tul 1::1t:i.
ficant sen!e. with B1 11.1. 1.- A I E-,
the Great New Orleans Clown; If.
MAotf.,T024, the VoINcerfuI Alan.
Monkey; A'IlC AGINES, the Cell.
lratpd Cre6lb Gymbitat ; W A.TU
ATAit, the Pe le irelnk kI.
d'e-; U. J. htrUG. S, the ditiiluithod
$enlic Equestrinna; MusterL'Ci.at.
xck, thet Ybun iuestrian flieri;
Airs. On~w4nn tft I autful Scerie
E iestric.ii'; Irs. lAKE, the intre.
IXJ ltorfewotnat; the fatnous Alni.
.EY L hlatniuRKs; 11. MAr~tnTy, the
rcnowned Vultigeur ; 'lonaaer l.a
- TuoR. tli Mt: ein I lec.!ttl es; 'ouf
BAt.wAIX. the Eingstsh Wizatrd; W
KtNxA:'v, the Versatile titueatrinn,
If. DItateXs, the Skallful Gylttnstt
ROBET WiTE, the n'omtiet
Mauitre- W. .. PAt'L. the triouts
Jclu; C. Ilhtowx, J. R TsAx. W Cox.
NOa, &c , &C., will ie cxhibitd at
2 r. U., and 7 i. u.,
b , AFTERNOON AND NIGHT'
At MARION, Tto tday. Novemwe r :3th.
At MAR'S BLUFF, \Vedne.4day. Notvem
ter !9th.
And at SUMTERVILLE, 'fliirSday, No.
vember 30.
Adr-ision to Dreiss Circle n0 cents.
hildren and Servaits 25 cents.
'olored Boxes 25 cents.
Novenber 22, 1834 5 td
. Lot's Wife Found.
Lieulentant Lynch, inl hm vtoyage to the
)ead Sea found a huge pillar of salt ont
the shore, and the Arabs said It was I ots
Wife, shure entough, whether it was so or
not we cannot say,-it tnay turn out to be
cho-penny as "he HgV without ;1 sil
bw ; btt this we do know if you have any
Engraving, Fancy P1aintingr, Lett.eriner
Architecturing or tile repairing of Accor.
deons, Flutetas, &(c. &c., and will call on
the subecriber he prmiasc to do his best,
and will be happy to do all work with
untness and dhpatch that tnay be entrust
ed to his care, at Chaileston prices ht the
casl only. [It canti be fountd at Mr. E'.
SommilerS 0hahinig Hiporidti; flumttrVille,
South Carolina.
.C. W. IJAVI8.
Oct. 18, 1854.1 51 3mt
"$50 Reward.
4 WILL be paid by tile subscriber
fol the delivery to hirni at I- Tle
~ Ris near Stltebug-, of LAVI
NIA and NATY- *hu ranaway lromi himn,
at thte platationt calletd 'lTrie Blu te '' in
Orange.burg Districi, otn Octobter 93rdl,
1854. Half the above rewa.rd will he giv
-ent for either of themt separately. Ftfty
alol lars in add itiotn will bet paidt upon cott
Viction of~ anty white personts hirboring
said slaves.
A.. CO\VE RSIE.
HENRY BURKHIMVER,
WH.-OLESALE. AND RLETAIL
Tobacco, Snuufliad Segar
o' SIGN OF TIIE iNDI AN CIIE 1'."
MiA RKETl ST'REETI,
Onte door abtove Wanter,
. WI L Ma N G T oN, N . C .
OJ7 N. B.-All orders filled witht deie.
'patch.
Oct. 18, 185s 51 Jy.
Seek and ye Shall Find,
Clothinug of Every Kind.
C. PHILLIPS would tespeclfully in-.
*irm the citizens of Sumter, that he is
-now receiving and opening at thte store
formerly occup~ied bty W.-3J. Francis, attd
two doors above Perry Moses', a well ats
sorted stock of
EFall anid Wintleri Read y
Made Clodings
---ALSO.
Groceries of all kinds ,and descriptions,
which he will sell at the lowest pri
ces for Cash.
Mr. Phil-ips would also ilntte, that
-he will 'Opent a Tuiloring Establishmt~ent
'very boon. He aoeita a share of pub
'lic patronage..
N. B.-Just received a fresh supply of
Ale and Porter'.
C. PlIILIPS.
Nov'. 8, 154,1 2 tf
Dissolution,
*'The Copartnershi p heretofore existing
under tho firm of BUTLEn & NEwVBEnIY, is
t.his daty dissolved bty limi tation and mtutu
etl co-nsent. All the Notes attd Accounts oh
*lIe firm have been placed in the hannds oaf
'Y. N. BUTL'ER 'for collection, whto is thte
-only authotteed agent to liqttidate thte
'debts oftltecoacern. -All persona indlebtedi
-hy note or accountt, *ill please come for
ward and make immediate settlements.
A. MdCtAIN NlfWB3ERY.
.HIaving sold my intterest in the Stock in
trade toZ Mr. -A. M. NEWuER-, I would
-recommend him to the customters who so
'liberally patronized the late firml.
- Y N. B'UJTLER1.
'laying. lotught the inrrit'b',t in the
Stock In trade from Mr. Y. N. 3U-rLER of
the late firm of lUTLEnt & NawBtuny. I
-wIll from -this dale enrry cn the mercantilo
~business upon mly own responsibility. I ro.
turna ry tha~nks to the customers ol the
t Ie fioand eartnestly solicit a continu
'ante of their patronnage.
- A ?.CAN NEJWBERY.~
Oc1 tf.
- yl~r ~~4'twbutaeturotra
MOEf
Head Quarters.
N 4:
COLUMB IA, Oct., 19;11954.
ORDER, NO.
T'HE Brigadier Cetternls cordiaiuding the
leveral Brigades composing the Third Division
S4oulth-tlrolina Militia are herchy requiced t
order ench Colonel fir officer commanding the
several Regiments of their respective Brigades,
to hold an election in their respective Itegi
menits on Wedneiday the 20th day of Decent
ber llext, for the office (if Major-Ge neral, vada
ted by thb remiignalion of Major Gen. John
BIichanmit; tind ,rilivoith transmit to the Adjn
tant (eneral's ollico at Coilimbia a certilied
stalement in writing shoiving the result of the
polls in their respective lrigides.
By order (if the Commnnder-ir-Chie C,
R. M. DUNOYA NT, Adjt. Gen.
Oct. 25, 1854 52 td
A Desirable Residence for
Sale.
The rubscriber wishing to tliovd West,
oflirs for sale, one of the most plesanlt
situations in the village; conita;iniig about
fitty-five acres of land. on which there isa
very coinfortabie Dwelling nid every nee.
essiry out house, all in good repair.
The crop of corn oi-the place this year,
will yield about live hutidrtd hu.shels.
Any further iiforination can he obtainied
by addressing mei on the premises.
\V. W. ALSTON.
Stnoterville, O,-t. 11, 1834.
9U' All pers m ndelcted to me cither
by note or accolnt, are respeefully solici.
ted to cash the .ame; as lon g midillgence
has been givdil to tti y and I am averst
to taxing ally with cost.
WV. WV. A.
Oct. 11, 1s5 50 tf.
Valuable Plaiitation
For Sale.
DeTsiring to _,o West we olrer our Planta
tiom for silc privi ely. ving (inm Lvichew
Ci-eck. mnly Six . mudes'fromi ILynchbur
Depot. V .Iin ugton and. Manclhester Ra
Ro:il. Tle tract contaihus about 101(
acres, with somc :200 closeid itt a high stat
oft. tikation (i0 . Wh11'h1 is the hs
bottom land. A Neat and criom m it
dwe-lling, new Gmn bonse aind Sc-r(!w amI
all other necess rv out buildings, am
fences in good repair. We hilzzard noiitm
iIn saying this pce is1 perfectly health
anld in poInt of procitictiveiess and purity o
watu~r it it; unsurilit.sedl by) any1 land InI till
country. Call aid see, it wi:l bear clost
meirpectionl.
11. L. & J. C. Mc 1EN DON.
Oc~t. 11 1i 1354 50 . t f
NEW GOODS
AND NEW FIRM.
Ti 1l1 suhsribers having purcha.ised ilth
interest of .1. S. Tindal in th firm o
Ti'inda.:. Wattson & Co., give not ice to theil
friends and 11M lithlb e that thtw will car
on their litismiess. at tle old i sctnd; unicde
the name n W' Wanan &. Gardn cir. ThI'le
have Just. received anod are daily receivinli
a hit-ge. Com'inplete and hanisoice :ssorI
meent ,f ('Al .L AND \\INTER- GOODS
f acI describion. (Qialties atil Styles
III which they in ile the attention of thc
W ATSON & A RIDN~It.
Oct,.4 185 40 1 t f
HEKNRY N U TT,
Factor and Forwarding
WVILMIINGT'ONI\. C.
WXill give pcrompnt plret~i artttetioni tcc t I
salcr forwvrdon rg oft Coittin, Nava l-stocrc.,
or any othec.r pcrodcirie, or Io thle punrchas
ancd lorwarding of Mercharndi.'e.
E. P. HIAr.I., Pre't llr'h B'. )W nn
0. G. I5aRst.i-:, Pre't C'! I'k j* N. C
Gen. WV. W'c. Il3i1.t.l::, -.
Col. I. WV. Cutanl:.i:s, . irIintro
G. . W. M eA.., i ailig n
John J. Moocin .."',r
Oct. 4, 18541 .19 I s.
New Goods New Goods
SAAIL PR{OF [TS.
itl under.ignedc is ncow in receipt of at
enclararodl and varied general stiock goos
anrd is delntemie to carry out the princi
ple0 of qiuick sales e.iid smaill pI~rcofit.
H~s stock comtisies IDry (Goods, amt
Groceries, in allI their numierous vi riot ies
A heavy stock of lReady' ma~de' ClothIin r
just from P~htiladlelphia, wich will be~ soit
thirty per cent. uinder ainy thing in tocwn
HA TIS, CAP'S, BOOTS &C 31ll016
A variety of Confecuionacry.
Cro' cery. cotmmonc atnd G rancite.
In short, het keeps ahinist everv thein<
whi ch may be cal led for, at prices whuc,
cannot fail to please. Comei anid see Ico
MOSEX I.EVI,
At Friersonc's Old Stand.
Nov. 1, 1814 . 1 tf
Winn & Clarkson
HAVE just received aid openedi at fine stoci
of the mos't faschioneable andl latest styles e
Fall andi WVinter (dois, aonsisting in part e
the following article.
Bllacli aind fancv Clihe; Black an andmmi fanr
ey Caissimeiresi ; la-k, Whcite acmi Fanecy Sill
V'ein gs, Itlack, W hit aiii Faincy Silk ( ra
vats; Silk aind Cambrcic Iland kerahiefs
lovesi, Socks and hDraworr-; Liinen iHosonl
Shirts and Collars ; Silk and Mcerinio unde
Shirts ; Black Silk and Fancy 11ata.
Olothaing.
Blavk and Faricy Clithi Ccata and Sacks
JBlack andh F'anc y Cassiimere Coats and Sacks
Black andl Fancy (Cassimerre P'ants ; Itlack
White and Fancy S'ilk V'ests.
All of wh Iich we invite our friendsi and thi
pnhhec gencerally to call and exanmince.
We are also pirepjaredl tc miake up to ordr
anty article in the 'c'alorineg line, as neat amc
cheaip as can be dlone i'n thei State onc the aami
terms.
A LSO,
U~niiorms of all kinds furnished at the shccet
est notice.
WINN & CLARKISON.
Oct' 25, 1854 52 t f
Notice.
TJIlE~ notes and accounts due Dr. MX
D. M'Lood, have been placed in) our hand
for collection. All pceons~ indebted t<
him will please pay by the firsit of Janu
ary-noxt, nind'thuo savo cost.
BLLANDING. & DEsAUSSdJRE.
Nnv.'1AM. '.2 . ,. .l
Dr. W. Jas.Dargan & Co.
R ETAIL DEA LERS in Drueis, Medi.
ciies. Paints, Oils, Dve StuTh, Pa
tent Medicines, Window Gla'n, Perfutnery,
Fancy Articles, and a variety of other articles
usually kept in Drug Stores.
JNO. W. VAaGAN, W. JAs. DARGAIN, M. D.
gL" Next door to China's Hotel.
Jan. 2, 1854. 10--if.
Eppingis Sarsaparilla,
( BE8'1' NOW IN USE,)
And a vrirlety of other popular Patent Medi
elines; (Hi gile by
Dr. V. JAS. DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
A.Lot of Paint Boxes,
kWater Colors,) fUr salb by
DARGAN & a
Feb. 29, 1851. 13
Garden Seed.
A large supply, kept constantly on itanud
by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 18 tf
Excelsior Family Starch
I,. ptmitd packnges, powdered. Also tIhe
highly Eelehrattd Corn-Stalqh. for sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 29 ,1851. 18 if
Genuine Cod Liver Oilj
Prepared by Rushton, Chirk & Co. Also,
cold drawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
.by DAlIGAN & C0.
Felb. 29, 185-1. 19 if
Fancy and Toilet Articles
A beautifud assortuent. Call at Dnrgan'd
and examninle themt. Also, a variety of Note Pa
per and Eivelopes, for sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Next door to China's Hotel.
Febh. 29, 1851. 1 tIf
New Establishment,
i1 CE & TI 1 0M Sq)N,
SLIMITER JLL.E, S. C.
Dealers in 'ng-ish, French :an(] Aunericat
Drugs, lcdicines and
c ei icalsi,
Paints, Oils, Vrarnishes and Dve-Situlls,
Glass, 'utty, Gfne :nd Sand 1'aper. litint,
Varnish, Camiel Ihair ond Whtiewia-i
lrtuhes, Fine anl (hdice lIerftirni-y anl
Fany Good, Pure Liquors nld W ines; for
tnell ical pturposes, Lancets; Scarificatorz
nilCupping Glasses, &c.
All the P1opular PLatent. edieites direct
fron thio proprietors.
A entsd by appoitinent for Dr. .aynes'
d at1)dr. I)ennis' celebratel Iamiilv ledi
cines, also for Farrell'z Arabiian L1ini:111nt1,
o1ratinier & Alawhray's IlIaptoi Th..
ture. Carter's; Spanish Alixture. &c.
All articles from this Fstablish:nent are
warrantel fresh anl genuinc.
Phiciams, H'aniters and coutry Mer
rhanlts sennlit to us, can re!v ipini get ting
Prime Articles, andl( havitig their orders
prornptly c-xecuted'.
July 2(I, s51 39 Gml.
Lauds For Sale in. Upper
Salem,
NE.AR 11ISil1PVILLE, S. C.
The stiscriber oilers tor sale a tract rI!
I lying ablot three miles iortlh of Ifish
nepville, hear the ro;l leadinr I n
Bo:e's liridge to Cuiien ; :co:aI!cii:
about 4150 acres of w'hih about, 130 aure.
are unduer hce and it, a g s~td state (of cnl
It iton. The latnd is well nablapteed boeth to:
corn ad coitt 'n, of which the preset c[
is stlicienit evideceIL.
- ) thle preiises is a good 'rened house
with four roams anmd berck c'h.mnies,---the
ne.cessary ouIt-bil dintgs, tand a well ofi
mtJ/ e'x(cI!tI traler.
TI here ;s al!so ont thIe premises. a ve ry
good tmlsn aneotdio Grist Mili. Te
place is c lear of 'standiter water and noi
dlitelung wdl~I he neces'.ary:
Theole wa~hing teo pturchase lands in thec
\'t'mity eel lI.shoepville wvill dlo well to call
upon0 thet stub-crIber cion. ''The price of
use lhmds will be reasonable, and termso
ac'connutiodatoItg.
Bishopvi lle, Oct. '2~>, 185!4 52 :f
Just Received,
I-.DIES' Hloottees and Walking ShtoCe, G ni.
tern, Rid-Tijes, &c. G.ents' ('all' Beoots, andI
lleottees', Ladile' anid Gents. Over Shcoes.
Aba--A line :ausorttment of hiardware, TPi.
W are, Sadlery, &c.
j Ladies' Woeod alid a'dreca Work--Roxes
Pl'-Hoxeles, Po'ert-Mlonicah, Segar-Caer', Brae
lets, I lair nmd To~otlih rushles, Dressing, 'Tuck
aned Pocklet Cottbs, &c.
NBookse, cee.
Novels, Poeeticid WVorks atnd School Books
and a fill0 assortmnet. of Statioinary.
G ROCEIR I s,
llrown, Clarified! and ('rushed Sutgare,
lito anld Ji va Cofl'.e, ilolases, (Cheese'
liaiseons, Driedc Figs. ,Flour, Cande It's,
$oap, 'Tea, Stareb, Pickles, 'Sardine's,
Ginger P'reserv'es, &Ac.
Aliso, & lien: a osej~nn ro'Cookineg liteneils
1ur sale by J. 'T. SOLOMONs & CO.
Madrch 22th, h851 21 if
ELISHA CARSON & SON
FACTORS
amid
GENER AL COMMlWSlON MERCI [ANTS
C(;IIA R LIE S TU , S. C.
E.ISIlA AlRSON, O!)ie, lloyce<Co
J A MI> .M. CAltsO 'hr
IifY Liberal adevanes made on Produce
c'Lontsignoed to their care.
Oct ober -I, 15-1 '40 t f
~SUMT1E RVI .2E, S. C.
'; Ollb'ra fo' sale at the store fortmerly oc'ct
pied by B. G reenvaluld, next doonr' to the
ttllice ofl Capt. P. Smnoter, a IA 11 ( l't
well selected stock of FA I,1, A N ) WXIN.
TPER Ready Madet Clothmng of all1 quali.
ties ande size.a, whi~ch be wtll disposeo of' al
a h'nst twevntij/ec lur te'nt lower t han any
othier hounse mn townt. VTe pubbei are re.
spet(fltIly inuvited t-o call an~d exainie toi
themltselve.
J. SCllKEW R N,
Xtuperintendan tt,
Oct. 4th, 185'1 49 tf
EDWARD SOLOYNONS.
DENTIST,
S U MT ER V IL LJ S. a.
fl'' Office thre, door, north of the C. 31.
' Tas t. an . 1 .4
We the ffiends of A. I
BRAMDH AN Esqr., tako pleasure in ai
nouicing him as a candidate for Sheri
of Suniter District, at the next Electit
MANY FRIEDS.
Mar. 29, 18M4. 22 tf.
A Number of Voters tak
pleasure in annIuIcing Col. WI 1.LIA,
A. COLCLOUG1l as a caididate fihr She
iff of Suinter I)istrict, at thd uest clectimi
Mirch 15, 1854. 20 tf.
Mr. Editor: Please announc
C;a pt. T. 1). Fu1"RSON lt a Gnadnlito It
Sheriff ol' Suimter District at the ensuit
elect ion.
Atug. 24, 1853.
Mr The friends of Cap
P). M1. GllIONS amounce him ;I cantd
date for the otlico of Tax-Collector fl
Sa lem County, at the ensuing clection at
Ibliget MANY VOTERS.
October I "s-51.
f 0 R O R 1)IN A R Y.
(r" ' Mlri Editor:-You wi
please niotilce WILLIAM I. UlRUP
'-;ON am a candiite for the Ollice of Ord
nary of Sumter District, at th ensub
electioln.
MANY VoteRs.
April 27th, 1852 27- tf
P l' R CL E R K.
Q-7 We are authorised t
ann1oN, Co(l. GIE0. S. C. [)eSCIIAl
a1 candu(11date for Clerk of I he Court (f* Suti
Ier I)isti-nt at ie enhonu ing election.
Aogust 1(; 1951 42 tf
W are authetised to ar
nouice J. i. JONES ; c.ilndldate for Clei
of the Cf' urt of Sumter District atIte ei
Suint i'g elcioln.
Ag.ust 16.1854 42 tf
(tr We are authorized t
arinonnet T. J. D INK INS, EiHs., a Candid
for Clerk of the Court, at the iAning elecior
MANY VOTEitS.
April 16th 1851 2.I9
07, N3r1. E di 161 : PlIease M;
nounice Mlr. J1. 1. 3lcK.",1.Alt, a Cam
date for CPO. of the Coumr, fdr 411mt
I)istrict, .1n1d oblige MANY Vrrens.
April 1:1, 1852. 25-tf
F O R C L E R K.
MAl'...E~Tl:-1N FlRilNT
o1f W. .. N. IIAMI-r are desirons of pu
ing hidti in.nomiiatioi for the Olv
Clerk of the C of -Sinot..r .)istrict,
tle ensniig election.
May 21, 853. :30-tf
i We are authorize
to a1-itolnonee A. '. P(OO1, as I candiila
14r Slherifl'if Suimter Districl at tie ensi
inr e--l-ijonl.
D ecr i!e r 21, 152
Mr, Editor:-Please ar
nouncile PAI)lN N. McLI amnilda
for Sherifr of Suri'ter -tricl I o
June 2'Jth, 185:1
w E aro athorized it) annotince W
LE WIS a candidtate for Ordinary
the ensliln! ilect ion.
1n1 21 . HO 4 -f
For Tax Collector.
The~ [.'riendis ul .. V. Br:anso n, an not:n
hiis Ii acaindliae foir Tax C.olletotir of C'lar
itnott County', at thec ensntintg l:Eiodtli,
Oct. 11, 1854 50 i f.
The Friend~s of R. (1, Pott
anou h.::c atit C'and idate for T'az-C'ollect
for :alein, for the niext term-MasAY YOvn
Ms 1Yessrs. E dit drs :
Phiatxnannounce r. J .i1S McC- .l(
1 UM as a, candhdate for Taix Collec~ir I
Sa'ecm, for theO nex't terml.
Man~y Votere.
Ockt 11, 141 50 if
Boots and Shoes for Sale
W. S. W OOD.
Boots, Shoes and Plantatio
Brogans,
I P4 kiha dsitaI31~4j S'treet,
Columbia, 8. C.
ft he ab~i'o urtnele- wh~l'ih :i .
oil at the lowest prices ii-r. CA 811 ri
lI h stotck of 1Plantatio hut rogants. is wi
w~ or hiy the~ attenition of P'lanite''s, 'onissitit
of Men ~i'.i naded~ adl lpe'gged IUriogans mt
Striehl-DIowns,
-ALSO
A g0eeral assoirtmen~tt of L.olios, Miss
and Ciihlrrtn's Shoes of li el.ss
-A ,81
Boots.- of his ownttl tanfactr, to wii
-A 1,80
wIl be tmadel to otrdeLr at te shortest it
A. ANDERSON,
Rtesptect futlly iniformts tiue plet of Sum
ter I Iistric-t that he lhas 'iuit re"ceive.1 nnid
iniw olli- rs for ,'ale thu et-st neleted andil
mnost choice stock of
FaII and Winter
Goods,
Thati .atmoot be aurpassedi by fanything~ in Il
mairket. Ile hats re-civedl many new s
which puirc-haerii woutld do w'.ell to e~ xaminetw
fore buiyinig elsewhetre.
V E~S 'r N ( S.
A full an~d large tsuplply of Hlosiery, SI
IDrawers, Gloves, Sutipenders, Cravata, liar.
kerchic fs, &c. &c.,
A large assoritfnent of REA IJY MADE CL
Til ING, which w91l he sold low.
gg Garments rmfactured by~ the suabst
her, andl warrantetd to givo satinfaction. (
dera from ai distance promptly attended to.
A. ANDERSON
Sattt 4 th. 1854. -
nAsoJe amemo
ff3f"A.J.3E ES C ESX-7.I>0
I am now receiving and opening for sale
ONE OF TINE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
cver brought to this market,
>r which I will so Hlow for cash or to npproved customers on time. Having ten years
*& experience an. the ready money to buy goods with, enables mre to offer the lullowing
.articles re atarirabty cheap. viz
A -Aart i e's r r OUy Oe I)RY G OOI)S, mostly do nri stic.
I IATS. CAPS, Sl11S, COOPE-S WARE, IlASKlET WARE, &c.
BUILDING 11ATERIALS, CARI'ENTEI'S TOOLS, CUTLERY, &c.
I IARI)WARE, of all descriptions, Pots, Ovens, Skilleta, &c.
STONE JIGS AN t) JARES, STONE CHURN ES.
CARIAGE TRIMMINGS, CARRIAGE IJARI)WARE.
I -EAT I ER O ALL KIN )S, Saildivry, liarvess, &c. &c.
4iA'I'lONARY ANI) CONFECTIONARY.
C'tOCK I.it'Y, in dinner setts and otherwise.
G )UMiNRFS, o all kinds *
'l at afnost alny article thnt may be called fot.
;)t. :20, 18..47 tf
lateA rrivals f
FALL GOODS AT
FOGARTIE & DELAND'S,
COINEll KNT AND ENTWORTil-STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Black Silks, Black Silks,
k BLACK GROS )E RHINE AT 87c., ,S.1--, and $1.25.
Blark Nlode Sik. ut 60 certs ntit! (i cents.
Black Watered Silk.
Plaid and Striped Silkst
0 RICi PLAII) S1l1s -AT $I, WoltTH 51.23.
Rich Satin I'l'hd Silks at 8125.
Chang,eable Silks at 62cernts.
Plaid aid Striped Silks at 62 1-2 cents and 75c.
Extra Plaid Silks at 81 25.
Ii RICH STYLES .1l)JMI,1N DE LAINES AT 62 1-2c., worth $1.
Extra gnality ditto ht 73 cCents, 87 1-2 cents and $1.
r New styles Mousi de Liine at 25.
Pink, Bli, Green and Biff ditto at 37 1.2 cents and 50 cents.
Pai i aiuslin de L inds for servants at 18 3.4 Cents.
Mournin~ ditto at '25 cent.
S . I-4;NU I.VSII ill N( O1 ; A'T' IS :3.4 cents, 25 cents, and :17 1-2 cents.
t- Pinik, Blu , Gjreen, Drah, Slae aini Brown Frenrch hileius.
4 -1.Cashemeres. a: si
at ~
4-4 RICI I STYLE A1 \Vu,, 'LIDJS AT .50 cents AND 73 cents.
Black Alpacas at 12 1--1 cents.
d l.npi-s Bornhiaivs, tm 75 cents to 82 5a.
BLANKETS, WHITE AND RED FLANNELS, &c.
11EAVY SEAVANTS' BlANKITS AT 42, 82.50 83.
Fine Bath and \Vhitiey Ilanket.4, from 86 to 810i
Red Flannels at 20 cents and 25 cents.
RedTwk-ioc.
1 crGenuine \Velch Flainn!s.
4-- Ballardvale Flannels at -50 cents, and 62 i-2 edrnt.)
3--1 and 64 Eglish Fianiniels,
lied Comforts.
- K ERS E YS, SAXINETS, PLAINS, &c.
lIEA\VY HERSEIYS. SCIHLEY'S PlAINS.
- Vlita, ull' Wo-l Plainrs, Linev. \V aiolzev.
at Heavy Satiets fOr servaits at 37 1-2 cents.
Bl;ick ani Fancy Cassneres anid )v. i.
llune, Blaick, llrriwi and Gr-ev hr
Pi lot Clot hs andl Keutnieky *- on
J~iIMROIIRICD CU RIl. 3I .ULNS A'1T 18 3-4c.
-Eiibnssedl 0Coto lirniasks at 1-d 1-2 cen'ts.
HOSIE&RY1, GLOVYES, PERFUMERY.
LAD)IES, GENTS, 31ISSlEd, AND CIILI)ilEN'S HlOSE AND 1IALF~ lOSE,
1leay( Wool I lose for Servanifts.
S(. rntes Mennia IHalf 11ia0.
Ladlies and Geints' Kid G'oves.
10By arid Laveinder Water.
hlair, Hat, Cloth, Toioth arid Nail Brnshes.
F"OGAllTIE & DEL~AND,
257, corner of Kmig and Wenrtworth-utreetsu.
ir Nomvemb-cr 22, 185I- 5 ly.
KEEP THE BALL IN IMOTION.
20,000 Pair Plantation Brogans at the
Planter's andl Factor's Depot,
EDWARD DALY'S BOOT AND SHOE
E1VIPORIUMV,
Tl'I subscnr Ir bgs lave to annttounce to the I'Ianters andl .\1rcha ntsr of Suniter
r- an Iuun ier'g Districts, t hat he' hias nrow on huad, anrd cnst'itly receiving Large
suphe ofPI4ANATON31E8 toeterwith an umnrevualeai sck ofLadhes,
E isses, lioys, Yoruthrs, arid Childrei's Bloois' arid Shoes, df eVery kiid, and froma the
inust fashrioniable W~orkrnen.
ag " Orders fromi thre courntry faithfully and pridn~tly' arided~ tl..
id EDWIARID DALY,
306 King-St, Charleston, S. C., a few doors above toe Merchant's H~oteI-samb site.
Se pitembher 27th, 1854 48 If
GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
JACOB3'S CORD(1X .
-b FOR A LL liOW~ E1L IEASES,
Such a., Cholera, D)vse'nuary, Diarrha Chelera Morburs, Bilious Cholie', Cholera Intantun,
ALSO, AD)MIikA.JLYI ADAP'TED TO MANY D)ISEASES OF FE~MALES,
Alost E:specially Painful Mienstruaion.
'lhe Virtues of .Iacob's Cordial are too utl knowfln to re<;uire Eneomiumrs.
I st. It cures~ the tCrrst cat-es ofIDirrheca. 17th. it cures Pain/id Menstruation.
* en. It cunvs the nrrst formns rif D1isentary, 18th. It 'elieres 'ains in H]ack and Loins,
3d. 1t cures Cali/iornia or M)e.cican D~ir- 9th. it Counteracts Xertrusnress and Des
rher a. pondcenei;
dth it re/ieres the severes' Chalic, 10th. It res!<rres Irregulitqrities,
5th. 1/ cures the Chlera Morrb us, 1 1th. I dispels 'taoomy, hysterical Feelinvs,
- ;h. It cures Cholera Inf antumn. I l 2/h. it's o:n a||miralie 'I'onie.
A Lew Short Extracts f'roma Letters, Te'stimonuialsi, &c*.
"I hrave~ used Jacob's C'onalt in my faumily, andl have found it h most efficjint, nd In rmy
judiriritEuvcunnuhmln anriciy. ie. HIRAar WVAnN1a, JUdige of Suprointe Count Ga.
"It gives mne pleasunres mn being a~be no recommnendl Jacob's Cordial-.my own persnafl eze-*
rince, anid lie experanin. of miy netighbtora and friendse around men, is assnillioien gnuaranteeu
fo eto tbeheve it no bre all that it piurpaarts to be, viz :ia sovereign remeiudy."'
for nuw ~ Wm. Hl.-Ut npawoon, F~ormearly Jndie'~nf Surpreme Counrt, Cheropke~e ('ircurit.
."~I tauke great plasure in re'commnnanding this irnaluable mecinm to~ call au~iiced with h'owvel
diseases, for whieh, I thoheive it to be at sovereign rermedy --decidedly uauperior toi anry thning else
ever tried tby me."
A. A. Ghtnr.inth-, U.'G. M. of tit Gr'and Laxige of Geoirgia.
"I have nsnedt 'Jaucob's (ordiaI' in amy tirmily, and this. wvithi all I hear about it as a remredy
by nhose whoe havo tried it, induiesr nae to hidniere t hait srtnurail at thre hmerad of every prenparations
nas of the kind, aunmi I woaaubl recoendra its ue in thr eiee for which it is compronndedr.
h llt-Es 0. Dtonrniss, Cashieiar oaf thre Dank oaf thre $tale ofbeorgia.
re- "'If there in arry credibrihity in hannr te imionry, 'Jacob's 0 oralipnl' must smadoc pre eminent
above all other prmrpaurations for thre cure of Diowel l)ikeas'es. Fromr iiun iman vf testtonry in its
I) arve~r conung m from all qnurers, ii murst be vecry far in advance, as a curuative agent, ofniout
lffiot aull othier 'patenlt preparastionrs."'
A F.i ain, Cashuh-r Minre rnid Fire InsuraW6 Ink, Griffin.
''liaha eflieenit remedy is iravelhnog into celebrity as fast at ilonaparte pushlid his colunn
ta, into Rtuismr, and gainig commsenrdatuorn wheoraver nesed."
(-vGeoargia Jefeooni',n, May, 17th i853.
W M. AV. ISS & C'&o., Propmieton., Ga'vannah OIa,
For sale by DaAt AN4 Co., S umtervrhle; 'I'. A. DarnoArn, I'. G1. Mc(Iumcon Dar
D- hiigton ;'1'. J. W ot A.N 4 Co., Camdern ; k'nsil Eit 4.iii N Tnsli Columnbia, 8. C.
;i. rinipal-Deots, IIIAit, IIARIRAL, Resly & Co., New York
- Prinospal DepoisLavuaDr H AnRAr. &e Coi, Chaatleston, 8. 0,
3J. Wnter1rr & Co., N3w Orleanu.'
A nd by the P'rinipal Merol O~il Oruggible ihrougjhout the &tate.
r My 291 84. - g -g - '.N' 4
Dyspepsia Can B
I1AUxLING COfZTV, DALT,?$d
Au'gust26th, 186C, I
Mr. CuJAnLS DaIoRmE,
DEAlz 'Sli : For several yearsp ,
ha've been seorely afilicted with elig.
aches, and after trying every tliini.d U
think of, and receiving no bonefit wha
I at last gave myself up Se-a Con
dyspeptic. But hearing of your ley
tion, "The Balsom of Life,' L concW
to give that a trial also. and procured
bottles from your Agent Dr. T. A. Dargan,' gl
of Darlihigtn, 8. C., and from the tha6%
begait to take it, I have not had a
attat k of headache, and now feel in hopeis'
flint eVen the two bottles have made a cure
or me. Bunt fearing that I may have IL
relap.4e, I have determined to co'ntinue i
longe?. and I enclose you $10 00 for which,
you will please send as many boitles os I
customary for that amouti. By Rail Roa
Respettfully yntire,
JOHN J, GREEN
P. S.-Plense forward by express traln T
Sept. 6, 18-54 45 t
American Arts' Unions
. The American Arts' Union, would resxpeW
fully announce to the-citizens of the United
States and the Canadas. that for the purposefP
c.ultivating a tasie for the fino arts throughot
the country, and with the view of enablig
every fmndly to becomnepd/sesed ofagallryof
Engravings,
Y 'A1E VIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE.
l1cy ha.e dotermined, in order to omatean
extensive rale for their Engravings, arfd thus
not only give enpolyment to a large number
of artists and otherr, but inspaire among our
countrynen a taste for works of art, to prebunt
to the pmrchasers of their engravings, ivhet
2510,00 of them are sold,
25' ,000 Gifts, of the actual cost of $150,000.
Each purchaser of a One Dollar engriingj
therefore, receive- not only an engraving rin
ly worth the noney, but also a ticket whi. l
entitles ai to one of the Gifts when tlzey
distributed.
For Five Dollar, d highly finished engravirm
beatitjfuilly painted in dil, atid flvd gift t!eketa
w ill be sent; or five dollar's worth of spitlend
engravings cita be selected from the Catalogue,
A copy of the Catalogue, together With a
specimen ol one of the engravings, can be seetn
at the olice of this paper.
loretch Dillar Gant, an engraving actially
worth Ihat 'tunt, andi a Gift ticker, wsill-initnedi&
afely he forwarded,
.A G E N T6
The Committee helievii tha th fCeE G
the Great National UndertakinS % iwi h.. mato.
rmialy pron-ited hy the energy and enter :ie.
bf irte I ligtn t aIn! persevering Agents, have re
solved to treat with such da the mostliberal
terms.
Aniy person wilhing to become an Agefat, bj
sending (post paid,) S1, will receive by return
mail, a one dollar engraving, and i "Gift Tick.
et " a prospectus, a catalogue and other ne
cessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the Gifts
will be placed ini the hands of a Committee of.
the purchasers to he distributed, dne notie 6f
............... ., & -..UL I
States uai tile Catnadan.
LIST OF GiFTa.
100 Marble burds of Washing
tolt, at :- - 100.1S10,000
100 " " "Cla, 100. 10,000
100 (o"We ter, 100. 10,000
100 " " " Calitin, 100. 10,000
50 elegant Oil Paintings in -
Splendid gilt fraimes, size 3.101 .
feet, each,
100 elegant Oil Paintings 2x3 ft. 50. 1-A.00
500 steel pt:ite Engravintgr, brill- .
iatntly col'd in ()il. rich alt, t In 4
frames 240 inches, cach,
10,000 elegalt steel plate En.
g raving,, colo'd in oil, of the
WashI iingtoni Vlotuament, 20
b ty 2 in. each, - - 4 1 n
237,000 steel place Engravings,
from 100 ' different plates,
4.ow in posses.sion of and
owned by th'tmS
of the market value of, from
50 cents to $1 00 eadlt - - - 1,000
I ajr.t-.,inP lveilling, in 31st,
sre.N. . r 'sy,. . Ig,
: .I'") f dlee{, at' 1000. ~2
00~ tilbi NuSt, mtaiin air ---t
1,000 sq. . ~ in b suir b.mes of
New 'York City,' and com
tnantding d. magunificent viewv
ofthte lindson itive.r andi Long
Island Sound, at - - .-- 500. 50 000
.20 perpeioual.loans ofcasht, wit.
out iterest, or security, of
. 250 each,. 5000~V
2000 "-~ " 5 " -10,000
ltefere!nce In rwlgai-d to the Real Estz s
d. Visscher & Co., Rteal Estate Biokers, i* .
l'oris, Orders, (pdst paid,) iarith money eaolos& .
to thle addresseJ
.J .W. IIOLBROOKE, Sect'y
505 Broad way, N. Y.
gg?" 'l'hte Engravinugs in the catologue are
now read y for deltvery. p~
Aug 23, '541. 43 6h. *
Guns, Ammunition, Fishna
Tackle1 &Q, &A
JOKN KRIDER
Ma nufact urer, Impmorter and Whoiq?
anid Reetail Deafer in Shot,Grn
Ri/tes, P'ists?xFdhig Tacl,4n
all kinds of Sporting A pparalks,''
'I ogethier wtth a geneorail assortmen~ f
tl1TIGRIAULS FOR GUN MAK~j$
N, E~. Oor. of Walnt, si
scondI( Str'eets. Plailadelpla.
.-ll mif wvhich, anad tnc~h othter Uticles a.
belonag to his line ni b~usiness will bho1 ''
=a low as can he aft'orded by any estabtish.'
inent in the Unitetd States. y
In testimnony oflhisskll ns a m nuacu
Cr, the FrainkhIn Institute o'f Phdadelphia
hats awardIed to him siile lf3-0, tivo certci6
caes six silver medales anti onea.iecai
premimm; and in 1 85, the Crysth4l~e '
of New York, awarded to him a mieit hl
only one awarded for Shtot, Guns-arta RL
aes in the United States.
"Kridler's Sporting anegdote, ill "i
trative of ceritain varietie,i of & n
G1amec, with remarks on the C f
Rail, P.trtridlge, Dulk and PidgeoriTi'
shooting, on the Rice Bunting orALmad
-ird, (Grnss Plovor, 1-ullheaaeid og Goldet.-V
Plover, Canvans Baick cu RedoHied .
Duck. Ameirican Widglestt, Scaiip f4 t
and Cnmada- Gonse.--Prlre 31.0O,
Address .JOH N KRI DER, decond a -
Ang. 10, 18%4. -44
Just Arrived andfr RV
Violins atM Guitars;
Violin and Gnitar string,
Piano Musice..4
August 9, 18M4 L
PAU.L T. iJ
PFACTO
COMiMISSIboI~,
HA -
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