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Notice.
I will mell at tie place where I now
live on !aturday tie 23d day of December
next a fine lot of ybung Mules, Cattle,
Sows adM Pigs, ft-.quatitty of fat-Pork,
Rice. Fodder - about 40 buhels superior
planting.cotton aeed, Wagon, Curt, Cotton
Gin, Handmill, Plantation tools and imispie
nentit of eViry destl-iption, Household aid
Kitchh Iurnitufe, donaistitqg in part of a
fine lut of Mahbgbny, sidh as sitting and
rocking Cmalrt, Sofms, Bookcase, Ladles'
Dresing Bureau's, Wordrobe, Dining
Table, Candle-stan ds, Wasbstanls, Feath.
et beds,''Brdsteslsand -hedding,'&., with
thany otherarticles-tdo tediouato.metition.
ERM.-,A credit of twelve utenths
u p. 11a roved se
. I ASIIMORE.
New Goods
AT THE NEW STORE
UNDER ODD PELLOWS HALL.
A, M. NEWBE RY gives notice to the
ttitens or Sunter and Darl .ngton District,
that lie is ow.receivng and openining at
his NEW WTORE, a choice and well se.
lected .stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
Boots# Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, Gro.
teries.,.Satidittry, Hardware, Ready Made
Clothmg, &c.
To all of vhich -he invites the attentiot
of the public, especially the ladies.
A. M. NEWBERY4
Novettiber 22, 1854 tf
b Watchmant copy.
Wholesale Tin Ware
. FACTOnY.
U.H. VERONCE & BROTHER
bealers in Plain Japanned '77n Ware,
Take thit method of informing their
triends and customers that they have re.
tently made large additions to their ma.
thinery so as to enable them to supply
the great demand in the above line with
neatnes and dgspatch. Our ware is of the
best make and. warranted not to leak.
-. Thescountry trade pupplied on liberal
ter:As.
6, State-St. (near the market) Charleston.
November 22, 1854 5 6mn
HEAD QUARTE R S.
44TH REGIMENT, S. C. M.
OLDFORD, Nov. 20, 1854.
A Court Martial is hereby ordered to
convene at Thomas D. Davis' (near Tit
mona Town) on Friday the 1Mth of De.
cember next at 11 o'clock a. in. for tihe
trial of all defati!ters in the 44th Regi.
mew, . C, M., within twelve tmionths next
preceding said court.
To conisist of the following officers to
wit.:
Msjr Thomas 'H. Connors, President.
Members:.
Captain B. A. Chandler.
J. W. Montgomery.
H 1. Benbow.
U . W. Hodge,
Lieutt J. B. Moore.
" J. W. Weeks.
.8. W. Suliva.l.
C*. !.a.pBila . tr.
-N r. G. DMoore.S
. iaynmworth, . ti, A v"r-..
C;a.tmaundetrs of ' ~mni.. . -
ish the court with evidence ui lsuta .3"t...
mons. By order of Col.
-P. M. MELLETT.
W. G% Ra V, Adj't.
Nov. 22, in 5 td
lU7 Watchmat ropy td.
SO. CA.-SUMT49ERt. DIST .
fty Wv. L E WIS, Esq., Ordinary for suid
District.
Whereas, Mloses Moore lhath applied mo
mec for Isemters of Audminist'ration, on all andmm
singular thme goodls atnd chmattles, rights amnd
creditors of time late P'enelope Ricks of thme
said District, det~eased.
These are, therefore, to cite antd admonm.
Ish all andl smgular, time kindred and
creditors of the saitl deceasedl, to be tin
appear before me at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to.be hmoldeni at
Buynter (?urtl House on Friday thme 1st of
Deetimr''nlext, to show c'ause, if any.whmy
the. said.- adtamnistration should nut be
granted.. . .
Given under my handl and seal. thg
22d day of Novembher in the year
[r.. s.] of our Lord otne thousand e-ghtm
hun~dred antd fifty-four, amid in the
.79th year of Amnericn Independ
ence. W-. LE W18, 0. It. D.
Npv. 22, 1854 5 2t
Choice Groceriese
FAM~ILY S UI P IES8,
Kendrick & Jenkins
WOULD announce to their frienadi and the
comm unity at large, that tihey have opened inm
Sumetervilles opposite to Webbs Store, a large
and varied stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES.
much as have never before been exhibited for
for sale in tihis market. It compristes in pert as
follows:
RIhCON--Prime Sides, Shoulders and Hams.
6lJGAR---Brown, Crushed, PoWdered and
COFF'EE-Ro. Java, and Laguita,
L'ard, Butter, Malaise.. Cheese, Crackers,
~ ~Mackerel, Smoked Beef and tongue.; Pickle.
ProspesD Brandied fruits Lobsters, Sardines,
Blmond, Bologna Sausage, Vertnlculli; Mac'a.
ndrobt eo and Begare.- -
n'idh Potatoes; Onmons, Beet., Smoked Her.
..gs, PrultiNtuts,andConfeetionary of all
Wma, Buckw)et.atid Rlie-Flour.
.'t~ brulf'ey iepthemsdtves by'strict at.
tsmtWW o'busws, keeing on hand thme' Bs-r
A ofsf fI2tt'good. in their 11ie, and selling en ~m
Tb Ir can ci produce, to merit a shmate of public
10 ENRIC. W. W. JENKINS.
Nov. I5, 1854 3' tf
?HE - GR AND LODe OPA N
(IENT FREE MASONS OF S.-C.
Will celebrate Its Centennial Anniversary
on he 2th day of December next.
A -prasession of. all time Lodges under its jn.
iadicion will be formed on that day at 10
o'clock, A M., at time Masonic Hlall, corner of
Eing and Wentworth-steets, and an AD.
DRESS anitable to the occasion, will be-de
hlrre yBrothier SAMUEL lIENRIY DICK
-SON, N D)..; Past Master of. Qrange Lodge
The period of the year when thme celebration
wilt take place, seems tothe Committee of Ar.
gageunu sq. be favorable for a generai at.
-tem ance of~ Masons throughmout time titate, and
es every eft'ort will be made toi procture a redmac.
tluam of fare on railroads and steamboats for
those whc attend thne celebration it 1mm hoped
th~etno.Mlaon who can attend willbe absent.
* JOHN-A..GYLJES, . .. ..
JOHN it. HONOU RC,*
A LUERlT . lACK EY, M. D.'
?,EOIma E 'A. W A LitON, '.
;EOIRGE H. WAIlrERt, I
IIENRIY BtllisTl,
.5 .ITHAVEt,
Til. IARLLHE HOUSEs
Suusiatcrville S. C, Nov. 1 15I-8.
This House, sitnated immediately On
the Wilmington & Manchester Rail Road
gnd at very nearly a- central point between
Whilin'gton N. C. Charleston S. C. and
Augusta Ga., ig still bpen for the reception
and accommodaiah ot the travelling pub.
lic. and afti'o'ds the tired traveller an op
portunity to lay over a night on the tire
s.Ome journey between the points above
alluded to. The 'roprietor tims fitted up
several-cofno'trabiq bedrooais for that ex
press urgose 1and having incurred thei
first heievy exmlitui-e on this line of road
Ior' the Comfort and acconmordzation of
tre~l betipes..by the continued and
'UI.reP..g .nt of the part of the blanagers i
of the establishainen ito secure a c entinu. '
ance of iftt liberal patronage bestowed on
'I
him fdr- i4e.last ten: moiths. lie could
refer to humlirvdti froi the North, Sout ho
East and West, as to tla cIaslis of lia t
Mmse, but prefers pe ons giving hin a 81
personal visit.
W.8S. MITC1IhELL,
Proprietor.
B. MtTenarr' t Managers.
AND LADY,
. Nov. 8, 1854. 2. Om.
New Goods.
THE subscriher hias jist returned from t
ti North, and is now opening a splendid s
stock of
Liadies' Dress Goods,
of all kindr, viz:
A beautiful lot of Rich Plaid and Striped
Silks ;
Plain Colored do. Black Striped and
Plain dot.
Cashmeres, Me inos, Persiana Cl.,tls ;
Ladies' Corsets, Mutalic Corset Boards,
Laces, &c.
Rigulets, assottel colors, Virench work
ed Collars. Bands, &c.
Ladies' Kiul Gloves,. Ladies' Gauntlets;
Long Black Mitts for I adies and Misses.
Shoes of all Descrliptioss,
Traveliig Iruinks, Carpet Bags, Ladies'
Work Boxes, &c. &c.
For Planters.
A full stock_4f lgro Kerseys, Blankets,
Negro Shoes, Groceries, oi all kinds.- t
Ready niade Clotimig, Saddlerv, Harw are,
Cookig Stoves, Air-light Parlor stoves,
Farmers Boilere, &c., at lower prices thai
usual. Gall aid gut bargains.
. B. HiANKS. r
Oct. 25, 1854 52 1'
$20 Reward.
Thn above reward of Twenty Dol- I
lare, will be paid for the delivery to
mnyalf, or hignent in Suimter Jail,
of my Bo'y IIA R RY. who left rmy premriwpt
in April last. Ie is lacek, about six feet
.high, hans good teeth, and is intelligeait. His
.range is supposed to be from thi. inigh.
borhol, (in which lie has niunerous rela.
tives) to aboiut Scottsville on Blck river.
J. T. GRMEN.
Nov. 81h, 1854. 2 if
Administrator's Notice.
All pers 1nH hilmg demianaids agamast
the Estate of John Doiald deceased, are
requaested to lanl them ill lei11ly atteated,
-tind all Ow' . - - a ;k paymenit
bhy the tiz! o ' ,ii In ln e .
a E UALOAdma'r.
Nov. , 1854 2 tfj
JAMES T. l*.ITTwAY. GEO. E. PITcHETT
Petteway & Pritchett.
GENERAL COMMIIO.V A ND
FORl W A RDINU .lI EIRC(I1A NT'1.
Ntiuria WA-rEn S-rn~E-r,
Wahliuington,1 N. C.
Liberal adan~ ices miade on consigonent
Oct. 18. 1X54 51 ly
To the Planters of Sumter
District,
Wehvej' received a large STOt:K
O1.'KERtSEVS', l'liinu, Linaseys,
Blhankets, Shoes, &c. &~.. to aill at which
wet uipeceslly invite yuur attntion, We
'eli'er Bargains in these goonds.
--W ATSON & GA RDNER.
Oct 4, 1kt54 4 tf.
SuiCes~ssoa -rO Rr.a-roi & TownsnIy su.
. -Wholesale amad lista.ii.
OiROQ ERI,
NO. 3 M AI KL E T IST E 1E ,
Wimington, N. C.
Nov. 8', 18~54. 2. lyr.
Daguerreotypes.
MR. LAFAR is pleased to inform thes
citizens of Sumnterville anid vicinity, that
hie has retuarned Io Sumaterville, an md has
opened hais Daguerrean Rooiis ait the
place formierly occupiedl by haimi near the
Sumter Bannaer Oflice.
TIhankful for the libieral patromnge here.
tofore biesmowed, he -nvites all whvlo desire
C.Arar. Pte-rURFr.s to give him a call.
Nov. 8, 1854. 2 tf
Notice.
T'HE Bridge over Puorualigo will lie let outI
to thle luweut bidder ona the first Tusday in ,
December ner t at the Bridge.
R. B. CAIN,
J. GORDION, Com'rs Road.
MASON RtEAMES,
Nov. 15, j854 3 ad
13'Wacman copy Id.
Selling Off.
TH E Subhscriber bemtg desirous of clos.
inag his 'busmeiss, offers his enitire stockt of
Dry-G~oods, Hurdware, &c., at reduced
p)rices tad, at the suamet time, lie earestly
solicits all persoiis midebted to hiim~ eithaeri
by note or uccoiunt, to comie lorward an
settle upa as sooin as P'o.'-uble.
- -- THOS1. Ii. FRtIERSON.
Nov. 8, 1864. 2 tI
Notice.
T'Hl 11notes anal accounats dmue Dr. M.l
D, MI'Leud, itve beeni pinced in our hainds
for collecatenl All persoiis iidebted to
haiim will p-eas pay lay thle first of Jaini
ary nlexi, and thus save cost.
--~L.ANDING & Dl*IAUssueRE
.Nov. 8, 1811. 2, la
ED)W AlRD SOLOYIONS
M SURGEBON
DENTIST,
SUMTEhRVILLE S. c.
1'W Omic. three door. anorthm of thme C. 31.
Head Quarters,
CUMUBIA, Oet., i9o, 185 4:
)kht}R No.
THE Brigadier Generala commanding thle
iveral Birigades composing the 'ird Divistion
Guth Carolina Militia nre hereby requited to
rer each Colonel or officer comnanding tle
lveral Regiments of their respective Brigader,
I hold an election in their rempective Regi
tints on Wednesiay the 20th day of Decemn
er next, or thd offit'e of Mitlor.(kietal, vaca
id by tie nmignatlon of Major (e-o. Jm
tluiann, mial forthmith transotmitit to the Amijii
Lmt (eheral's llic at ('ol muhmi:t ce rIiit!ed
atement in writing .himwiig ih re.ilt tit' th,
UIll lit thetir respective lirigadies.
fly order of tile Commiaider-iin-Chie f,
I M. 1UNOVANT, Adlji. Genii.
Oct. 25, 1854 52 td
k Desirable Residence for
Sale.
The sulscriber wismintg to imove \
flirs for sale, one of tihe most plevasat
ituations in time village; comat.ninig about
ty.five acres of land. im winch there is a
cry comfortable D.w~elling ami every tc.
ssary out. louse, all inl good repair.
The crop of corn onl the place this year,
till yield abiut five hundrm.d bushels.
Any further iiformition cal tie obained
y adlressing mime omi the premi ss.
W. W. ALSTON.
Sumnterville, Oct. 11, 18-54.
1LT All persons imdebted to me either
y note or iicotpunt, are respeciully sol ici.
ed to ensh the same, as lonmg indmlulgeice
ins been given to many, amid I uni averse
t tixmg tiny with cost.
W. W. A.
O1t. 11, 1801 50 tf.
Lot's Wife Found,
Lieutent Lynch, tm his voyage to the
cal -Sea louind a imilge pililir of salt on
lie shore, and the Arabs said it was Lots
Vile, shun- enongh, whether it w;s so or
L we cannot say,--it may turn out to be
catch-peimy as tie H4 og withoimt a shad.
w ; hut. this we do know if you h:,ve an my
ngrving, Faey Piming1, Leterin g,
Lrchiterturmig or the repairmig of Accor.
Contu, Fluteia, &c. &c., amd will cali (iln
lie mubscriber lhie printimses to uoih hs lesi,
nil wll be happy to do all wirk with
eatnmCes aid dispatlth that may lie entrust
d to his care, at Charlesto l pelees lit time
ash oily. lie cal be louml at Mr. I-,.
omners Chthing Kmporium, Sumterville,
;uUtm .uaroima.
C. W. DAVIS.
oct. 18, 1854 51 3m
$50 Reward.
WILL he paid by the subicrilber
for the delivery to) im, at . The
lLimne," near Sttelr,, of LAVI.
1iA and KATY, who ratiaway lrom hi,
t the 41i Wo ini I alee.d '' Trm le " in
)nrgembur-! District, (t Ot'tomber 93rdi.
.454. lialf the aomive reward will be eiv
im fOr either of them sel.prately. F.fty
olla rs itt mldit in will ti, paid nillol c111.
iction lof anV white persmis hi.trborm
aid slaves.
Stntehurg, Oct. 25 .-i5 52 It
HENRY BURKHINKER,
WIIOL.MSl- A.N\ ) Uh(IT.\lb
',1GN 01 'J7TIlIN IX. 1)1.1 .V (lifE 1'."
.On)ie door ablove Wa mter,
W m u. it t s i -r mm s N . (C.
115T N. IL.-AII torders illed th dIemis
imitch.
Seek and ye Shall rind,
GLotiig of' Every Niasi.
C. Il~ll-.1PS womuld reimlnectfully int.
om mlhe citisents ofi &~mnter, thamt lie is
tow receiving aind ope-nno.g, ait the stotre
ornamerly miccuipiemd by WV..J. Franesm, an md
wo dloors aoive P'erry lose.,', a t el as.mm
tortedi ste ck ofi
Fall and Wiamter' Ra'd y
--A 1,8. -
G;rlce~ries ot aill kotds andii desciioniims,
v hichmlt v he wd l I. at th l owte~.tp.
..es for Cash.
Mr. Phmillipus wvould also intimaite, thatt
Ie will opem at mTtdorimig l'etabhlishimnt
ecry soonm. lHe sobiemt a share of pub.
mc patronage.
N. ll.--.inst received a tresh suppijly ol
Ale amid Porter.
C. P111 LiiPS.
Nov. 8, 185'4. 2 t f
Dissolution,
Theli Cpart ners'hip heretofotre exist me
anider thle lirm. mm Bunsta & :wnJ KV'irm~, m.
hmms damy dissolvedm by) imtationm andui iimt
ii cenmmt. All thme Notes atnd A ecniit.s of
lie hirm ha~ve bieen placi.ed m time ham nus o
k' N. llurt.et tir collectjti, whoui mm thei
mly authliormzmed amgemn t o l iquidatte lie
lebtt suf ' tem concernt. All piersonms IimdebteI d
my nomtei or accutm, will pileamse coreti. ifr.
Wa;rd amid mamike miedmt e set tleimms.
Y. N. liUTL~lit
linJting somld my tmtere~st in thme Stock ini
ramde to Mrt. A. M. N Eiwtmi', I wmommd
-econnnenim~d lun mtr thmIle (custiomers whmo so
iberally patnonizemd the latie tirm.
Y N. IBUTL~ER.
I iaving llmnghmt thme iiteret in lthe
Stock m tradme frmi Mr. Y. N'. Ilm.wrt mit
hei late firim iof litmrt.tui & N iwit'utr. I
will Irmm iihsm m tm enry mmm thle mercamnI i'
tielms mes upon myl, 4m wn respons ililityV. I re
urni tny thanimks toi the: cumstommrs min lhme
late tirm, ati earmmentl 13'oluicit a conmton-tt
itee of thmeir paitronamge'.
A. M~cCAiN NEWWR.
Oct. 2f6, 1854. 1 tit.
Administrator's Notice,
All iersonsa havimng dmand ais a..amat the
Estamm of Rt. Mi. Sandmmersu, are requtestedm
tin handmi thet'm in tim themm sublser.her dmlyl mt.
tested atccoirdingj to law ; andm all thoiset limit
wmll have tgotes mor hoimdam duie the first of
Novembler, are remquestedi io be ptinectuai in
thme paymientsm, asm time bmiuinesm of tihe Ms.
tate is suchi thmat indtlgem ecanntot be
Was. MI SANIJEIRS.
Oci. 25, 185f 52 i
&# C:am~den .mmurnaul :uleamse copy three
Dr. W. Jas.Dargan & Co.
E ETAIL D)EIALEiS in Drugs, Medi.
1111 Paint., Oils, Dve Si',." Pa.
:eti Mediiles, WVindow (la', Perfuiiury,
FtIcy Artieles, andu ia variety of other. artirlem
nally sept Iin 1)rng Stofes.
ISO. W. ,DAnGAN, W..JAs. DARGAN, 31. U.
Eri Next dor 1o ChIL' IllteI.
J~ini. 2, 1:.5 1. 1 -tf
Epping's Sarsaparilla
(B911T NOW IN t1SFs,)
And 4 variety of other pnmi ar Patienlt Mreti.
:mfettr-Alirale by'-i..
. Dr. W. JAS. DI,%(-G- N&CA.
Feb. 12)9 1,451. 1 C
A Lot of Paint Boxe,
%Watter Coloirs,) for .-in v
D'.\;t m\ N &
Febl. 29, 145 1.
Garden d
A large supply, Lept Vons:atly o h1I :NI
D)A RGAN & (0.
Feb. 29n, Is t r
Excelsior Family Starch,.
iigh11ly celelbrated (orn-S, fr a. Iir rid b
DAI'A,' &L U0.
Feb. 29 '1851. 1; i
Genuine Cod Live r 6C.1j
Prepared by Rluslitm, Clark & ('. A lo,
'old drawi Ca stu r Oil, (very fin.-.) for -a-l
by DAIRGAN & ('O.
leh. 21., 1 -5 1. 111 if
Fancy and Toilet Articles
A helnifiul assirtmn .. ('all ar it Iirga i'i
hthd eutamine them. Akio %a arieiv 40 Note Ia
pur'tu H vloefo a,-h
)A R1 (0 N & ('O.
Ne'tt doomr toi :'hina'si 1mg,]1
Feb. 29, 18.51. 1. r
New Establishment.
I CE & I i 4 'i N:
SU.)I7TEI V'LLAs S. C. .
Dealers in Enigli-h, French-and Ancrican.
Drugsx, Mediciuacs auiad
CheeRlica lm7
I ':it, ()ils, V.* rni.lmis mid Dve. nt ilI,
Glass, Itilty. (;Ill( :11.1 S'nni P i,-r. I lint,
\'arnish.:, Canmel 11.1r .1:1.1 W hite-wash
Briisies', Fiie ani Choice I'ofutniery . aill
Famy Gtiods, Pure Louiluir and \Vies, for
inede~d purose, Linevts, 1 e;:rille.tiors
and 'uping lases, &c.
\ll [ih 1';niflar l'i:ent .\Mldicines direct
fruin the irprietrs.
Az#eints by itiail:ent finr Dr. Jvmynes'
and Dr. Deinis' relebraicl F:miniv \l edi.
cune.=, l ' ' .ar;. .; . . ,.;:
Motine &.\awbr-1's. Th: o v .
ture. C a ter's i i \.I.'."ti rPr. tS.
\ll rt:ele-; r In this eb l h ~tare
warran!!ted frvell alu rlttid
'h yvsiceis, P'!.1 o : . .: iy ;! r
hilailis se mlin l t Il s. van re l uiw i
Prilli-w ; rtuvii.-s. at110 I:lla ii-, Iheir tar,un1
Droillp: 1% xce lled.
July '. C51 :.
La.:ds For Sale in Upper
Salem,
N ,.\ARls iiLI1',p C.
The sutai ter 'it-rs imr i- a irte <
L--irl I.l', r about llin-v m b ,;:irthl ol I.-.
i t.i b- n:-::r th.# ro i |l .!a :r-11r1 lht
abimit 15!1 acrl e4 o uh :e :[2 re
.iree : anl if a :: ..ll .I . i .-i ..n 4, nit:
il l ll' . T ho i -t'i - ;1u11.ll ; P! 1- i ':rzl6to
Oni hel rennl r C -1 :) ne I n.e io ,
Factors~ vanndn, no-J~i a ej
*iolme met : e r s'. l ::l , s i l i.
plrc i V (lis <! imir 1.' .e idir a e .: .
d~le an-Ius! l i- n- ' re Nir
(in y of 1l ov h :i di we i al
ANYNIN Hr
Factol-Ir'i'ani ,d FiamrdIingtl'~V~l
W d'li anpipip r-n l ~-u , .h
alu r o abl-e a CoIn t \atio:nes
. Fotonr inge .\Scala.e.
lker. isll. Wn gi:n r.c .e rn~.u:n.
tO. G. bitt so l , ~ l y ': y au (11 v lcs
G ~e. . it' W.x llll~a~e. -ra yu'~ig
Col )ei. W.V 1111 igtmu::. Mne, e~t~rIl
G1. m.m. .\leC I u' I'itIit allt IO~
a.l is .l llt i Mo ro dmel:::. essiim jilrn r.
Oet. -, 1751 .i51 )
We the fiends of A. R.
BRADIJAb1 Esqr., tako pleasure in an
nouncing himt ns a e.andidate for Sheriff
of Suiter District,. at the nd.it lidtiliih
3MANY FRIEDS.
Mar.:29, 1854- 22 tf.
A Number of Voters.take
plensurt iii announcing Col. WIClLIAM -
A. COLCLOUGH na a candidate for'Sher
iif'of muiter District, at the next election.
Marci 18, 1164. 20 tf.
Mr.-Editor Please aniounce
Capt.'). . tE.bOE ('aa Cahdidate lor
8iherifT of Sunter District at thensuing
elcection. . - - -.
Aug. 21, 1853.
OXe The friends of Capt'
. AI. GillIBON8 amiunci him01 a C1in1di
datr- for tihn( 1itice of' Tnx-Collector for
s'l; C:untyI , ;t he ensuing election and
INANtY VOTRSn.
(Fetober I i51.
1' OR 0 P1 D iN A R .
1- qYIr, Editor:-You will
as eannotiice WILLIA M [1. IRUN
HOIN C a candidate for the Office of Ordi
nary .f'! .Suiter District, at the ensuing
elect;-1n.
MANY VOTFRH.
Alird 271h, 1852"' - 7--tf
' OR C b ER K.
( ' We are authorised to
aroneCol- GECO. S. C. D)ESCHlAMPS
a ca nildulate for Clprk of the Court of Sum-.
ler -I)irict at the ensuing election.
ug-1st 10, 18f5' 42 tf
We are authorised to -an
nounce .1. I,. JONEL4 a candidate for Clerk
of the Cshhnrt uf SuInter. District at the en.
sniing election.
A itgnst 10. 18.4 42 tff
(LT We are- authorized to
ainnouince T. J. DINKINS, &sq.; aCAndklte
for Clerk of uijCourt, at the e*nuing hIection.
- - -MANY VOTERS.
April 10th 1861 25 tir
O7 MIr. Editor: PIease an
nounce Mr. J. J.. N i'cKELLA 1t,- a Candi...
date for Clerk..of. the.. Court,..for. Sumter
District, niJ oblige MANY VOTEAs.
April 1:3, 1852. 25-tf
F O R C L ER K.
MR. EIDiTOR:-MANY FRIENDS
"f W. -. N. IlAuM-:-r are desirous of put.
i ting' him if) oim'inat ion for the OIlire of
Clerk of T i Court of Sumter Dittrict, at.
the enmsningl election.
May 21, 1853. 30-tf
We are authorized
I:'ningame' A. E. 'OOL nas a candidate
for Slri iof Suiter District at the enist.
ill" elecnon.
lecember l1, 1852 8-f
JMar. EitLorJ5 - P7LeUase aU
nunce J0lN N. MclEOD a cantdultat.1
'I-I of in -- )i'trict and ob.
MAsY F~IF.NDS..
UP' aro amhor Izl to annouince Wm
LEV 11WIS a ani.hilate fbr Ordinary at
01he enlisuin elh-etion.
.Io e M. 151 . 35 ar
For Tax Collector.
Th'le irienids oI .1. Y. Brunson, annmoice
dr a candidate for Tax Colhector of Clarn
imitit Cumuoty, at the enIsuingS lction1,
I Oct. 11, 185.1 So) ~ f.
The Friend~s of R. Gs Potts
antiliie. hmini a C-anidiate for'an-CollectIor
fur Sale.mi. fur the netsi term.-MIany Vo-ra.ii.
Omct. 18, 185-1. 51. if.
2It5- Messrs. Editors:
Please~ anniiunce Mr. .JAMES McCUJL.
[.UM :.s a caindidaite for Tax Colkector for
IS~ikem, for thie next term.
I ~Many Voter..
Oct 11, 1q51 50 ~ I f
W~inn & Clarkson
IT \ l' I. just reerived'eand openedi a fine~ stclk
:h ou n.- I fasible , andl latest siyles of
m-al aw inte~iir Goo~tds, coansiting ini palrt of
th fd! n gl a rtcll :
inck (andii fancey Cloth Blaick and and fan
er assmers ;l>lack, Whiite and Fancy Silk
Ve.-ings, Hlack, White~ and Fancey Silk Cra
vs;Silk and Camblri,, lalandkera~ifs
Shir:' m no Colbars ;Silk undia Merino unider
Nlrt ;1taeck silk mind Fancy l inus.
Clot hing~
~enck :eI Iaiicy tcllth Cr-at. awl- sanks
Sha :'id lancy (asime-reas 4and il Smarkn
wk::n i IFancy ( Caimere l'anits ; lilack,
\WI.1:e aind Fancey Silk Ves.
All iof ah Iieh we invite our frien i and the
i- Ibb.- gewi.-rally toi call andi examine.
chep a ca bedon intheState on the~ Esme
le rmc..
A LSO,
t'niwrm of all .amic furnished at the short
ueat nOuice..
WlNN & CLAltIKSON.
Ocet 25, 1854 - -62 if
New- Goods ! New Goods !
-ThIe nndrsgnmed is now in t-eceipt of an
reilamrued .aad, varied gtmeiral. stockt goods,
andie ii dteritmnedl Io carry aout the princi
p)le of qumick sales anid smaill prots.
his stocek comiprises Dry Gocodcs, and
Grelcernes, in all their nuimerous vairiet ie.
A heavy slock of Ready miade Uclhing,
juist lromiu hdadelpia, which 'will hbe kiht
tirty. per centa. niider ainy .thing in town.
L[ A TS, CAIl'S, B00TS L SJIOKS.
A varnety ofI Confeeliioiiary.
C2r. ckkry, ceonimii andl GIranite.
1;i short, he~ keeps ailm)st everv thing
wvhich laty he calledc for, at prices wich
cannot Jail Ito please.- Conmo andh see for
yiiurselves.
MO(.SNS. LEVI,
At Friersoun's (ld Stand.
Nov. 1, 1854 1 t f
-C. P. RElYSEN,
-(SUCCESSORL TO It. IIAWLEY,)
WVII0I,bA1Lh AND) RETAlIL
MAN UFACTIURERL OF
Rliicrson St;ree,-No. 89i
TWO DOOllS BELOW TIlE MI ARKETr,
COIHMIlIlA, N. a'-.
Mme:A~ r. fta4. i e
A* J9 MOS.
G~oods...
NS TXmx OCX&. O N
[am now receiving and opening for sale
ONE OF TINE LARGEST STOC- OF GOODS
ever brought to. this mnaiket,
visih - will se ilow for cdah- or to approved eustoner on time. Ha:ving ten years
periched fnd Mhe ready money to buy goods with, emables me to offer tie oH!!owing
ticles remarkably cheap, viz:
A LiARG SrOC OF DRY GOODS. moiy domestie.
HATS.- CA PS, 81101',. COOPE'8 .WA tW,- UAKWrI- \VAI R1, &c.
BUILDING MATEIALS, C Alil'gNTFR'sTool,, C.UTC. .&c
I IA i)D\VAtE. of all description, Poes, Ovens, Skillars, &c.
STONE JUGS AND JAILES, STONE :lIts. N-S.
CARIAGE TI.MAINGS. CAtLIAGE II.iRlAyAlIE.
LEATIIEE R OF ALL KIN1S, Smailbil-rv, lIarees:,- &c. &c;
STATIONALY AND CONFECTION1IMy.
CROCKERY, in dinnir setts and otherwise.
GROCERIES, o' all kinds
And aluaost any article ffiat uay be called il.
Sept. 20, 1. 47
KEEP THE BALL IN MOTION.
20,000 Pair Plantation Brogans at the
Planter's and Factor's Depot,
EDWARD DALY'S BOOT AND SHOE
EIPORIUM,
03 Oa, X.X r W - -- sMM
HIHE subpcriber begs leave to announce to the l'lanter and AMerch-int.s o rSritcet
and Williamshutrg Districts, thatlie has now on hand, -Mifd 4onstantly receivin r i ftrq'e
supplies of PlANTrATION SIlOES, together with an unrivaled smock of Ladle,
Misses. Boys, You1i, and Children's Buoots and Shoes, of every kind, and from tie
nost iahionilible Wirkrin m.
. 7.0rdera frui the country faithfully and prompi - artended .o.
. . EID A% )R DIPALY,
306 Iing-St. Charletion, So C., at few doors abov twe lvrelrantt's lIotel-s:me .
- September 27th. 1854 .,, 48
GREAT SOUT-HERN RElIEDY
JACOIB'S CORD- -kLe.
FOR AM. 110W E ;. '8i)ENEA-iEs.
Sueli as, Clhoiera, tseantarv.-I)ia-rrhsca. Chno!c'ra .3Iorbri, Iiisons Chonlie, Chiokera lriiantiimn
ALSO, ADMII A IL . ADAPTED 7'0 MAN V DISEASES U F3.1ALE,
Most Especially Painful Menstruiation.
.The Tirtues of .acrb's Cordial are too itell kiimii to re-ouire Ene:omiims.
Ist. It cures Mhe terorst cases of Dirrhca. j7th. Jr cures 'ainlit .lIenstr::ation.
9,ul. 1t cures the worst forms of Dysentary. '-11h. It relhres Pains in lie: anu Loins,
3d. It cures Ca'lifornia or Mexican Dir- 1th. IP ('or:n-r1.Sc.s errivsne. s amd I5s.
rhreca. . p,,fll,.eq
4th 11 relieres he setverest Cholic, 101h. i/ r-stores Jrre?fti-:ritier,
5th. It cures tie Chofrra .ftorings, . Ith it dlji.es ,,',i. L i . al i-'ai
Gth. It cutes Cholera infaiitun. ftit. Ji's a,.',uir:e,- 'J it'.
A rew Short Extracts 1'ron1 Letterm Teitinmaji &-.
I have Used Jarohf -Uordial in my family, and lat.e foit: l am .l ily
Judgtnent a valuable remedy.
I1o10 . IIn.11 WApN; .J ., of Sp.-m-- Com-i. Gn.
It gives rme pleasures iii being aile to recommeiini JneoIs C*;r, ia I--mv on I I et-.,rn:i I -
rience, and the exierrwe of my neighborm and frieids rarouid me, Ls i% .iliciat giarantee
for me to behlieve it to be all that it purports to be, viz : a s'vere . re to
t Wi.1l. Uir:nwoont, Formerly Judge of Suprerme Court, Cbermkee Circuir.
I take great lenitre in recommending thi invaluabisle medicirne it 1t1 allflhtri u ih -owel
disiesiies, for which I believe it to be I sovereign resoedy -decidedly superior t) any thing else
ever tried by mite."
A. %. G.%.'t.orso, 1). G. M. of h-e Gr:i: I l n I te of (eorvia.
"I have tsed 'Jneni's Cordial' in my iarnily, amid this. wiith ail I. ;.etr nhuom it nu a rumredv
ny those whr have triaii it, irmutieen lie v t beirevrm hati. it staids at theu head of every pre paration
o the kind, arid I woni recominend it itse in the dsiseamse for whii-i it is comporit.d..
Miarrs G. Dronesmim , Cashier of lie Ratik of the 8:ate ofWeorgia.
-If 0#-t i- n. , --ilo l t, 1amo1: 1,1e iw 1 of',. Cordial' -in - emine-,t
. .-. % .-- r-m~r~ai'.; tfr the i. . IP, ! s., I hum rn Mly ilhe.n
iffnot-alt other 'atenti' prepsmrittmns:" '
A F".E.4 l.NG, C tshai,'r .atiin cr 1isilt-anice Ba:ik, G(riflin.
"Phireflelemnt reiedy 1i raveling into 'relehriiy ns famst as imlnarte puvhed his coluinins
into ItRissia, aid gaining crienietidatjon whvierever ied."
(,'-ri .f rn id. .ilav 17Mh Pi53.
' MWi. W. BULIS fS Poreo vna Gi.
For sale lby DAitAr c4 Co., Stmtervuel ; IT'. A. a:a i'. G. Ah:th:ion Dar
hnigton ;', .J. WVenntax~ 4- Co, Camnda; Fisto:n 4- l~t ixria C,. iria~, S. C'.
I I .Antta. 11 u: :M., licsdy & Co, New Ytork.
Principal Depot',s, ' .ivr ta.n, lltr: ias. & Co, Chi.iriestn, S. C.
S J. WVi in nr & C., Nw Orlans.
nrd by) the Prirncipaml Merc'hanrtsa and Drullgists thnruhut the State.
Boots and Shoes for Sale! ! ypp .Ca eC rd
'u. S. W OOn. I.lALP~ u~jD.~~ ,A,
Boobs, Shoes and Plantation M.Crtt~~ r~rmr.
Brogans, its i .y vrn3esk iid
a S o .e-ichardson St'c.e4, ahs rdatrtymgeeytigIcti
AS0 nOilo hiand a cuiraplete aesortmnt tIItgiL ivcl i utniit'l
of he'abve'ricle's, whit'hi ire iei~t:-r ,u~ k o ig fva aeaa
ed at th6e fowet prm&s for i'AdIlor itsli O.Imii. trniietW
equliva lent.htI
Dlia stocrk of Plaintation Il rogan ms is weu'i * 'l ~ i .ertI).'' .Da~o
woiri hy the atttenir i of l'latnters, consl~st ui t'~ ork i iim i tlr ingl
of .3Ion's nid aimi pegged liriganis ~ and rko ammurht oidnwfc nhp
Sti ch-.Downrs,thtvn mow tt 'Itreaditce
A general asso~rtmaent of 1,-idies:, Misses rlpe riererrnmdmtcltoei
and Children's Shioes oif nil classes, igr.milIeros ot$1O)frwih
Gent's tine lDress, I'umip amnd St ice.l)uao
[ia nta (I ha rwin :inan necture, to which nirnilmimioti. ,R iRad
he in vites anr exatnrn tin.Iethr miiv'ni
-A LSO--.(INJ.GEN
Fmin-ii.s oft all dIesrript ions. Finie .i!neir~idb xmcs~~i
Frenchrl and Amricranr Clf Skmrs, wichl tm.6 15I.5
w he heimade to order at the shoriest ino-- ____________
tWe. A O.D 1ANRiharsonN,.
-Oct. 14, 1854 - 50 .I . urutrilf .C
JusttlnoRecetivedtf
l.A DIES' Ikaotees arid Walking StirssG (a1
ters, KidI-Tjis, &c. Geints'tjd Calootr, andI EalanlI lie
Botteesma, ladlies' amid G~ents. Ovtr Shore.
Also-A fine a-mosrtment of 'Hardlware, Tin
Ware, Sauletry, &c. * Ta arrii..rra.~~ i uiitn nil
Ladi's' Wood an Mtormtca WVork-ikosestlrt ir*msr.ioiltd ~i o mrii e
P'ulIl'lutes, h'aort-Mlontea., Segamr-Casues, Israr-e-lr nytgvleiIir
iriti, flair mund Toothn Brusmes, Diresrsinig, Tmnek, It) :.'~IEE N
amnd Pocket. Combs, &c.~* . * ~
Novels, Pouetical Works and School Bowoks, *Afalat ag rpaytfImsey hrs
anrd a finea assrormentof Stamitionary. ' ~atr,(uiript~eujnUaam,1arj
GROCERIES. ' ecitf,&.e,
Braown, Cla rad ('rusfied Sugar.., Alreasrn.rrtCIEO AI L
Rio andl Java (Coffe, ~InJ.@e, Chseena, IIh(,wi 'llteslil.
liaisons, Driedi Figs ,Fioutr, Uanuihdies, i'(arnmtritnftirtdttieslnij
- trap,'Tea, Starch, Picklen,-Sardines, - tr rdiiruiri r ietl t..O
Gitage~r Preserves, &c.- lrrrwt4niaicIrnihyatnindu.
Aso, a fimne asortmnent of Cooking litensis, A N ISN
For stle try J. T'. SOLOMONS & CCO. Sp. t.15.*
ELISHA ARSON. SON, x- ,Dg-.N .
F .& . SAUM ngEVst't, iS5:C. .
ELIJI AIS&N, 111cc Byce4'Ca' olirr al Saa : Fr sevlaeral a {r past I
JAMEMCII8 it/urf whavel been sero re at'Aietedwii) sickhead
~3? Lheta atiaines mare (i Iirm he Ean kafter tryingteveythin c ou ld
consirierltnt iit'ircar.tik 0anadcs reius'ah eetvrhri~t h atr
OctriberI, I~51) If ina Thoey fIdso ofr ?l, Inwconcludedo'
to ise ltit ii ti1ali. andi prhonre w
T~lE strhsr'Dirin'ttnAget firndiafrometheutimeMa
bcmur, ~lrsthir~rots t mranttsetuei k.fhadc Jn no f4lmimp
Mn ~ ~Yth (at.e h w o~lshemd cre
prles.* 4oE$ ine Bu 18)rin tha -' may bive
- , .1 J.GiEN

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