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In Equity--Sumter. District
John R. Broughton,
.etitia 1. Broughto.n,
and Margaret Is Broughton,
by their next friend Jainoa R. BILL.
Brock.
Vs.
Epsey E. Broughton.
'N pursumice of , a-n order in this case I
will offer at public sale 'on the first
onlay in January next, al Sumter Court
Nouse, a plantation or tract of-land stated
in said bill to contain about fiaur thousand
acres of land (but which it is believed
titains about six thousand acres) lying in
Clareindoin County,-Sunter District, at or
fleur FilLton Post-oliCe, belonging to the
state of the late Edward Broughton, jr.,
Iecease i.
THRMS OF SALE.-Not to be sol for
Ies thdn seieji thousalid seven hundred
a4 fifty.dollar,. ono iourth part of the
se money to be paid in cash, ihe
altee payable in one. two and three
Veart wj*h interest from the day of sale,
ilie purcharer to give bond and persional
security and a mortgage of the land ftr the
tredit portion of the said purchase money
Uind to pay for papets.
W. F. B. .AYNSWOiTH,
Com'r. Eq. S. D.
gfDec. 6, 1f854 6. tf
.M Equity-.-SwaterDistrist.
Jooah Luckey
S. W. McDonald and others.
IN obedience to an order in this cause I
iwill offer at public sale on the first
Monday in January next, at Sumter Court
House, three negroes, viz: Brick, William,
and Harvey, belonging to the estate of the
-late John McDonald, dec'd.
'lERMS WF SALE.-One third to be paid
'in cish, the balance oi a credit of.twelve
months with interest from the day of sale,
'to be secured by bond with good security
-and mortgage of the property. Purchasers
to pay for papers.
W. F. B. IAYNSWORTI,
Com'r Eq. S. D.
Dec. 6. I854 6 t*
Choice Groceries,
-FAMILY 8 U P P IES,
Kendrick & Jenkins
WOULD anuounce to their friends and the
community at large, that-they have opened in
Sumterville opposite to Webb's Store, a large
and varied stock of
FAMILY R ROCERIES.
Such as have never before been exhibited for
for sale in this market. It coanprises in part as
follows:
BACON-Primo Sides, Shoulders and Hams.
SUGARI--Brown, Crashed, Fowds-ed and
Leaf,
COFFEE-Rio. Java, and Lagaira,
* . Lard, Butter, Molsa, Cheese, Crackers
-Mackerel, Smoked Beef and tongues. Pickles.
Prunes, Brandied fruits, Lobsters, gardines,
Salnond, Bologna Sausage, Vermicelli, Maga.
reoia,&C. &c.
Fine Tobacco and Segars.
Irish Potatoes, Umons, Beets, Smoked Her
ings, Fruits, NIti, and Confessionary of all
kinds.
Wheat, Buckwheat. and Ric-Flour.
In short they pile de themselves bT strict at
tention to business, keeping on hand the B5
of ALL goods in their lne, and selling CUKAP
for cASia or produce, to merit a share of public
patronage.
J. It. KENDRIC. W. W. JENKINS.
Nov. 15, 185 a
$20 Reward.
R The am . reward of T m-?o yDoi.
lar, will be paid for the debiry to
myself, or lodgment in Sumter Jl
-of my Boy HARVY. who left mv premises
in April list. He is black, about six feet
high, has good teeth, and is intelligent. H is
range is supposed to be from this neigh.
borhood, (in which lie has numerous rela.
,tives) ton about Scottolile on Blaick river.
J. TI. G REEN.
Nov. 8tlh, 18.M. , 2tf
POMARLIA NURSERlES-1I85-'55.
We. offe-r for sale a choice collection of the
most glebrated and best Varieties of Peache,
Pears, thoth Standard and Dwarfs on Quince,)
Plus, Cherr'ica 1Necta
rines, 'Apricots, inces.
Eigs, Strawaberries, and
Aative Grnseeu Vines.
10,000 A PPLE TR EES, '
wehl grown, embracing 110 varieties of
'rare excellence. We olier these to the trade,
-or by the hundred, at low rates.
New and rare ROSES of the finest kindls
-and latest importations, Flowering Shrubs,
.rare and beautiful EVERGREENS, &c.
Priced lists sent -to all post-paid applicasts
-Packages carefully sent by railroad. Address,
SUMUMElt & CJIA MMOND,
,Alston P. U., S. C
Nov. 29 1854. 6 .
New Goods
AT THE NE~W STORE
.UNDE R ODD FE LLOWS H ALL.
A. M. NEWBE RY gives notice to the
, citizens of Sumter anid Darlimgion District,
- that he is now receiving and .openining at
~his NEW STrORE, a choice and Well se
lected stock of Pry Gooda6Hats. Caps,
:Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glaaware, Gro.
.ceries,-Saddlery, Hardware, Ready Made
!-Clothmng, &c.
Tro all of Whlclihe invites-the attetionr
pf the publip, espeilaUy thme ladies. -
*A. .M. NEWBERY.
'Novemnber-22,-1854 5 ,. tf
fD- Watcbp t~ c.opy~
Tobaoce~ad Cigars.
-Choice lots just received and opened
by A. M. NEWBERY.
November 22, 1654 1 if
S. L. S. TOWNSHEND.
- pd03aoalvo krow Cr. Toxna
APoiesale and1 Retail.'
NO. 3 MARKET STREET,
Wimington, N. C.
Wholesale Tin Ware
FACTO U Y.
G. H. VERONCE & BR OT HER
Dealers in Plain Japanned 'I'n Ware,
Take this method of informing their
friends and cusomners that they have re
cently mamde large additions to their ma
chinery so as to enable theth to' supply
the great demangl in the above line with
neatets and desqgjtch. . Our ware is of the
best make and wq~ranted not to leak.
The coutntry trade supplied on liberal
termi".
63, State-at. (near the market) Charleston
November 90,1'.. .8 ei
Head Quarters,
COLUMBIA; Oct., 19, 1854.
ORDER NO.
TIlE Brigadier Ceneralsv commanding the
several Brngadescmposing the ThiOl Divi.sion
outh Carolina Militia are hereby requited to
order each Colonel -r officer commanding the
several Regiments of their respectiv'e Brigaies,
to hold an election in their respective Itegi.
ments on Wednesday the 201t day of Decent
ber next, for the office of Major-General, vaca
ted by the resignation of Major Gen. John
Buchanan, and forthwith transmit to the Adjnt.
fatit General's office at Columbia a certified
statement in writing showing the result of the
polIs in their respective Brigadeu.
lydrdbr of the Cotmmdr-in-Chief,
. R. M. DUNOVANT, Adjt. Gen.
Oet. 25,14 1102 t1d
Lot's Wife Found,
Lieutenant Lynch, in his voyage to the
Ilead Sea found a huge pillar of salt on
te sholfe, and the Arabs'said it was Lots
Wife, shure enough, whether it was so or
not we cohnot day,-uit inay turn ouneto be
a catch-penny as- the Hog without a iad
ow ; but this we do know. if yon have any
E ngraving, . Faney Painting, Lettering,
Architecturing or the repairing of Accor.
deons, Flutenas, &c. &c., alld will call on
the subscriber lie promises to do his best,
and will be happy to do all work with
neatness and dispatch that may be entrust
ed to his care, at Charleston prices iot the
cash only. lie can be found at Mr. E.
Sommers Clothing Emporium, Suiterville,
South Carolina.
C. W. DAVIS.
OWt. 18, 1854 51 3m
HENRY BURKHIMER,
WHOLESAll AND RETA1L1
Tobacco, Snuffrand 8egar
*SIGN OF THE' IVDILV CHIIE F."
MARKE' 8TREET,
One door ;'hove Water,
\V I L Mi IN G T 0 N, N. C.
U' N. B.-All orders filled with des- (
pitilil.V
Oct. 18, 185; 51 lv. 1
Seek and ye Shall Find
Clothiing of EvrRy iiand. a
C. PlILLIPS woUld respecifully i' fr
form the citizens of Sunter, that be is
now receiving and openingr, at the store a
rormerly occupied by V. J. Francis, anid c
two doors above Perry Moscs', a well as. 11
sorted stock of
rall and Wiueter Ready
Made Clotlaing.
-ALSO.
Groceries of all kinds and descriptions, cl
which lie will sell at the lowest pri. p
cre for Cash.
Mr. Phillips would also in:imate, 11111
lie will opei a Tailormeg Estali.,bucit
very somu. lie solicts a share of pub
lie pztronage. a t
N. B.-ust received a fresh supply of
rue unu rorter.
Nov. P,.bt. 2
o tice.
All persons having.any demands against I
Capt. .ames It. Brock Deceased late of Sum
ter District, will please present their demands
to the subecriher for payment, and those in
debted will make payment to the same.
L. F. ItiA31M E, Ex'r.
Nov . 29, 18-, 5 f.
Wanted.
'liIlTEE NEGRO IHOYS, front 16 to 34
yearc ol, ns Aplprentiers to the Canrp.nier
Trade, a nder lIEN, Foremnin of Winnis New p
stone, now heing pot. upon sight of the old
TYavernt in Sumterville.
A. J. MOSES.
Nov. 29. 1854 1 11
TlE llAIILLEE 11011E,
Samterr icl 5.0,5 Nov. 1 1i5 I.
This H ouse. e'ituated immiediattely on
the Wilmington & Macnchetetr Rail Road
and at very nearly a central point bet ween
Wilmningzton. N. C. Chanrlestotn S. C. and
Augusta Ga., is still opent or the recept ion
and accotmmodat:',n ol the travelling pub
tic, and affords the tired traveller an op
portuinity to lay over at ight on the tire
somec joutrney ttetween the ponints above
alluded to. rThe P'roprieloar has fitted up)
several comfortable bedrooms for that cx
press iurpose and havinug in~curredl the
first heary exjrpendiltre on t his line of rail
ior lie comifort andit accoininnodat ion of
travelleri, lhe hopes, by lie conitinued andt
utitireing zeal en ie part of the Manag. rs
,.f the establishment. toa seenre n e onitu
ance of that liberal patronage bestowed on
him for the last ten months, lie conld
refer to hundreds fronm the North, Sout hi,
East and West, as to the claims of his
Mlouse, biut prefers peersons giving him a
personaL 1:isit.
Proprietor.
B. MIrcNF.L. 1 lanagers.
AND L.ADY,
Nov. 8, 1854. 2. 6m.
New Goods.
THE subrirber has jtust returned frotm
the North, and is now opening a splendid
stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of all kinds, viz:
A~ beautiful lot of Rich Plaitd and Striped
Silks ;
Plain Colored do. Black Stripe'd and
Plain do.
Cashmeres, Merinose, Persian CI.utbs;
Ladies' Corsets, Metalic Corset. Boards,
Laces, &c.
Rigulets, assorteid colors, French work.
ed Collars. Bands, &c.
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Ladies' Ganntlets;
Long Black Mitts fur-l adies aitd Misses.
shoes of all Descriptions,
Traveling Truinks, Carpet Bags, Ladies'
Work Boxes, &c. &e~
For Planters.
'A full stock of Negro Kerseys, Blanket s,
Negro Shoes, Groceries, of all kinds.
Ready made Cloting, Sadidlery, Hlarnt are,
Cooking Stoves, Air-tight Parlor Stovea,
Farmers Boilers, &c., at lower prices thiain
usual. Call and get bargains.
L. B. H ANKS.
Oct. 25, 1854 52 I f
Just Received,
A large lot of North Carolina Bacon antd
flour, always on hand and for sale b~y
MOSES LEVI.
Rent s mi~tas i
Dr. W.JasDargan Co.
R ETI'AIL DEALERS in Drugs, Medi.
cities. Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Pa
tent Medic-ines, Window Glas, Perfumery,
Fancy Articles, and a variety of other articles
urually kept in Drug Stores.
.Jo. W. DARGAN, W.JAs.DARGAN,M.D.
7" Next door to China's Hotel.
Jan. 9, 1854. 10-tf.
Epping's Barsaparilla,
(REST NOW IN ISE,)
And a variety of other popular Patent Medi.
eines, for ale by
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN & CO.
Feb. 19, 1854. 18 tf
A Lot of Paint Boxes,
kWater Colors,) for sale by
DARGAN & a
Feb. 29, 1854. 18
Garden Seed.
A large supply, kept constantly en hand
by
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. $9, 18 tf
Exoelsior Family Starch,
In pound packages, powdered. Also the
ighly celebrated Corn-Starch, f9r sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Fib. 20 i854. -I- tf.
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Prepared by Rushton, Clark & Co. Also,
old <trawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
y DAItGAN & CO.
Feb. 29, 1851. 18 sf
ancy and Toilet Articles
A beautiful assortment. Call at Dargan's
nd examine them. Also a varIety of Note Pa
er and Envelopes, for sale by
DA tGAN & CO.
Next door to China's Hotel.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18
New Establishment,
t1CE & TMIOiYNolN,
SUNTER VILLE, S. a
)calers in English, French and American
Dru!.1, ledicincs aid
Chenticals,
aints, Oils, Varnishes and Dve.Stufs,
lass, Putty, Guei and Sand Pa per. Paint,
Iarnishs, Camel lbair and Whitewash
rtushes, Pine and Choice Perfumery arid 1
ancy Goods, Pure Liqcuors and Widles, for (
iedical purposes, Lancets, Scarificators (
d Cupping Glasses, &c. t
All the P1opular Paent Medicines direct
om the proprietors.
Agents by appointment for Dr. Jaynes'
td r. I)onnis' celebrated Family iedi
nos, also for Fari-ell's Arabian Irrinimenl,
tirtimer & Mawbray:; !iampton ''l c.
ire. Carter's Spanish Mixture. &c.
All articles from I his Establishment are
arranted fresh and genuine.
Physicians, Planrters and co-mitry Mier
irtis sendin to us, (ln rely oi po getting n
rune Articles, and havinig their orders f
Om11ptly - xectited.
Jnly 26, 1851 139 6m1t.
aAds For Sale in Upper
SilAm.
NEAR IisllOP'VJLJLE, S. C.
T #-ubscriber oifers for s:l! a tractof
t.. tvinw about three milus north of lish.
. V1ar the roadl leAding from Dtr
. ridge to Camden ; conrainring
''it 45t0 nees of' %% hich abont 1.30 acres h
e Under lence und in a good state of cul- I
ation. The land is well adapted both to
rt anid co; titW, of which tie present crop
:tullicienit evidenice.
Oil the prentrses is a good framed house
ith fourr rotoms tand brick chtimirttes,-the a
*'essi v not.-budrdings, atnd a we'll of f
(l exrcellent lCeatr..
lThere' ts alsot on thle premises a very
n'od mill stniren amri Grist .l1ill. Tlhte
lace t:< elear tof stanidintg waiter anid no
telen.- vll be~ n4cessarv.
Thulns" wishing to pIntlise Ilandus in the
i. init y of Ilohtopville will do well to call
ptctt ther strbhscraiber soon. The pri'ce of
te lainda will be reasonrale, and terms
ecii omodtinrg.
I. W. STUi CY.
Bishorpville, Oct. 25, 1854 52 II
HIENRY NUTT,
Factor and Forwarding.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Vill give protipt pc'rsonal atteintion to the
nior forwatrdhing of Cotton, Naval.stcres,
r any othIer prouuce, or to rthe purchiase
nd torwarding t.. Mcrchandise.
)r. l'Tuos. II. Wnmutrt~~ ton,
). G. P1Atert, Pre't C'l B'k. ) N. C.
h'tn. W.V Wt. 1Ilanu.EC, ain
bl~oNAt.o & CuAwr~ottn, c aron
. I. WV. McCALL, ( Darlingtoni.
taj. Wuii. IIA-:sswot:Tt, 2 ,Str.
Oct. 41, 1851 .19 ly.
Dissolution,
The C.,panrtnrership hieretofoire existing
rtder the 1irm of IBor1.t & NEFWnERcY, is
his clay dissolvedc by limtartiion and mtutu
il conrsetnt. Alil thre Notesc audc Accoruttts of
the tirm htave beenr placedI in the hands of
Y. N. BUrlRrtt for collection, who is the
ontly autthorizedl agent to liquicdate the
debts of the concern. Alil personrs itndebrted
by note or account, will please comne for
ward attd miake itninediate scettlemrents.
Y. N. BUTLEfIR..
A. McCAIN NEWflERlY.
Ianving sold mty iterest in the Stock itn
tradce to Mr. A. Mft. NI:wBERYV, I wotuld
recomminend him ti' the ctrstomners whto so
liberally patrmnizedl tihe late firmn.
Y N. BUTrLER.
Ilavitng Botught. thre interest in then
Stock ai t radec fromn Mr. Y. N. Bl-rl.R~r of
the late tirm oif lUTyrtER & NEwHEaRYv.I
will Ircim thtts date carry on the tmercanrtile
buisinessi tupon imy own respontsibility. I re
turn mty tharnksc to the custotners oh the
late im, arid earnestly solicit a continit
anrce of their paftrconatge.
,A. McCAIN NEWVBERY.
Oct. 2f1, 18541. 1 tf.
Notice.
Applicntion will be tntce to thre Comi
mtissonrers of Pensions for a duplicate of
Land Warrant, No. 97.151 for -10 acres
issurcd uinder thre Act Septembher 28, 1850
to George Floyd, thre original being lost or
mislead, having inever reached the WVar
rantee. JAMES TJAYLOR,
Agent andI Attorney of George Floyd.
Sumtereilla. R. ('., Nor. 22. 183M .is.A
~Eaubibates.
We the friends of A,
BRAIDIA5M Esqr., take pleasure in an
nouncing him as a candidate for Sherif
of Sumter District, at the next- Election
M ANY FRIEDS.
Mar. 29, 18-4. - 22 tf.
A Number of Voters take
pleasur6 in announcing Col. WJi.LIAN
A. COLCLOUGH as a candidate for Slier.
iff of Sunter Dist'rlct, at the nei elect io'n,
barch 16, 1854. 20 .
Mr. Editor: Please announeo
Capt. T. I). FariuEusoo as a Candidato for
Sheriff of Sumter District at the ensuing
election.
Aug. 24, 1853.
ilib Tie friends of Capt'
P. Ml. GIBBONS announce him a cnnir.
date for the office of Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing election and
oblige MANY VoTERs.
October 191.
F 6 R DINA R Y.
(Tmr, -d'o,:-You wiR
please announce WILLIAt . BRYNi
SON asa candid'ate tor the Office of Ordi.%
nnry of Sumter District, at the .enuiil.
election;
MANy V'TEn..
April 271h, 1852 '27-tf
FOR CLER i.
r We are authorised to
innounce Col. GElO. S. C.'I).SCIIA3MPS
i candidate for Clerk or the Court of Sum.
er District at the ensuing election.
August 16, 1854 42 tf
(Lr We are authorized to
Mumme11zrce 1'. J. DINKINS, Esq., a Candidate
o.r Clerk of the Court, at the ensuing election.
MANY VOTERS.:
April 16th 1851 25 tf
0:' 11r. Editoi-: Piease an
iounce 31r. J. J. McKfELLAR, a Candi.
late for Clerk of the Court, for Sumter
)istrict, and oblige MANY VOTEns.
April 13, 1852. 25-t f
FOR CLERK.
MR. ED)ITOR:MANY FRIENDS
,f W. J. N. IIAMME'T are desirous of put.
ig hini in nomination for the Ollice'of
lerk of the Court of Sunter District, at
lie ensuing election.
May 24, 1853. 30-f
Vili We are authorized
i nonounce A. E. POOL as a candidate
ir lieri' of Sumter Dintrict at the enat.
ig election.
December 21, 1852 8-i
Mr. Editor:-Please an
ounce JOHN N. McLEOD a candidate
r Sheriff of Sumter District and ob.
g AlAny FRIENDS.
June !9th, 18.1J3 35-.tf
Eare Awrihorized to announce Wai
LEWI a candidate for Ordinary at
cisuing election.
'Junp 28. 1854 -3 . f
For Tax Coldector..
The Friends of I. Y. Brinsion', annouce
ii a candidate for 'i : Gulectir of ClAre.
iout County, at the ensuing Etectioi,....
Alany Voters.
Oct. 11, 1854 50 1r.
The Friend.s of R, Gt Potts
anouice thim ::. Canididate~ for Tai.-Collector
>r Salem, for thme next termo.---M.sty Vory~e.
Oct. 18, 1854. 51. i.
93' Messrs. Editors :
lEase anno~unce Mr.'JA3l1 MicUL
U1 ais ai candidate for Tax Collector.for
alem, for the next term.
Many Votere.
Oc.1, 94 50 tf
Winn & Clarksion"
LIAVE Jusat received and openeud a fine stock |
f the most fasthonable and latest styles ofI
pall-nit Winter Goudu, consisting in paart of
hre following articles,.
Black andl fanrcy Cloth I; Black anda anda fan-.
7Caisimreres ;lil ack,* Wh ite anid Fancy Silk
estin gs, Bilack, W hire anda Fanrey Silk Cra
a:,; Silk andl CambrIrie hlanrdkerahmiefs;
;love,, Socks anrd Israwers; l.inena hiosom
hi~rts anid Collars ; Silk anda Merino nmder
lhirts ; Black Silk nd. Fancy Ihats.
Oloth ing.
hllack and Fancy 'loth (cats and Sack,;
B~lack antd Fanicy C assimere Coats and Sacks;
BIlack arnd Fatrcy vassime're Pants ; Ilack,
White anrd Fancey Silk Vests.
All of n hieh we itnvite' our frienr la anrd the
)tnbhe genearally to call and examrine.
We are talso prepaare~d te miake up) to order,
tuay article ini thre T1ailorinig tinre, as neat qprd
-heapi as carn he done in the State en thre samie
fermsa.
A LSO,
trnirorms of all kinds furnished at the short
rat nrotuce.
WINN & CI.AR~tSON.
Oct' 25, 1851 52 -1f
Selling Off.
TI!lE Stibscriber being desirotis of cllis.
ingi is busainess, Ietrs~ his enitire stock'ot
l)ry Goodls, lHardware, &c., it rediWed
prrces and, at the sntne time, hre earno Jy
solicars all persons indebted to im ci tlier
by note or acrount, to comie forward and
settle up as soon as Possible.
TJJOS. D. FRIERSOle.c
Nov. 8, 18354. 2 if '
To the Planters of Sumter
District,
W h avejst receivedh a large STOCK
OFhE, ES Phunirs, Linseys,
llanikets, Shtoes, &c. &., to all ol . which
we especiilly invite your attention. We
.hrfer larrgains ini these goods.
W ATSON & GA RDNBR.
Oct 4, 1854 4 tI.
JAMES T. PETTE WAYV. GEO. E. P'RlTciIET'
Petteway & Pritchett.
(IENERA L COMMISSION ANL
FORWIAR DING AMER'CHANTS.
NoRTh WVATER STREET,
Wilmrington, N. C.
Liberal advances made on conuignmenh
Oct. 18, 1854 51 1y
Yarn and Osnaburgsa
TIlE subscriber, Agent for the De Kalb Man
factury, offers their goods at manufaturei
1ri RRY
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured
PAULDING COUNTY, DALTON, GA.,
August 26th, 1854.
Mr. CHARLES DELORiME,
DEAR SIR: For several years past I
have been severely afflicted with sick head.
aches, and after trying every thing I could
think of, and receivig no benefit whatever,
I at last gave myself up as a confirmed.
dyspeptic. But hearing of your prepara
tion " The Balsoin of Life," I concluded
to gWd that a trial lso ahd procured two
bottles from your Agent Dr. T. A. Dargan,
of Darlingtoi S. C., and from the time I
began to take it, I have not had a smigle
attat k of headache, and now fet-l in hoipes
that even the iwo bottles have made a cure
.oftne. But tearing that I may have a
roelapse, I have determined to continue it
longer. and I enclose you $10 00 for which
y"u will please send as ninny buttles as is
customary for that amount. By Rail Road.
Respectfully yours,
JOHN J. GREEN.
P. S.-Please forward by express tratin
Sept. 6, 1854 45 tf
A. ANDERSON,
. . SiiusatleVille, S. C.
Repectfblly informs the people of Sum
ter Di ttict that beas just rereive.1 and
now offers for sale the besf selected skd
most choice stock of
' Ftd and Winter
Goods,
That capnot be surpassed by anything in this
market.- lie has received many new styles
which purchasers would do well to examine be
fore buying elsewhere.
BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND
V E STING S.
----A L-.
A full and Large supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
Drawers, Gloves, Suspendere, Cravats, Hand
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
-ALSO
A large assortment of READY MADE CLO
TIING, which will be sold low.
W Garments mannfactured by the saubseri
ber, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or
ders from a distance promptly attended to.
A. ANDERSON.
Sept. 4th, 1&54. if
PALMBTTO
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
E. Sommners
Offers for sale at the store formerly occu
pied by 13. Greenvauld, next door to the
office of Capt. F. Sumter, a LARGE and
well selected stock of FA LLANID WIN
TPER Ready Made Clothing of all quai.
tics arid sizes, which he will dispose'of at
least twenty fre pier cent lower than any
other house in town. The public are re
spectrully invited to call and examine for
thenselves.
J. SCIIFWRTN,
Suparintendant.
Oct. 4th, 1854 49 if
Just Received.
LADIES' Boottees and Walking Shoes, G ai
ters, Kid-Ties, &c. Gents' Calf Boots, and
Boottees, ladies' nid Gents. Over Shoes.
Alou-A fine assortnent of Hardware, Tin.
Ware, Sadlery, &c.
Fancy (ood.
Ladies' Wood an.d Moroca Work-Hoxes,
L'ti-tlise, Pert-Monies, Sega:-Cases, Brace
ets, Hair aild Tootha lrushem, Dressing, Turk,
Lod Pocket Combs, &c. .
B J4olgs, dee.
Nuvel, Poetical Works and School Books,
ind a fine aseortment of istutionary.
GROCERIES.
Irown, Clarified and Crushed Sugars,
Rio and Ja coTee, ',iulasses, Cheese,
laisons, Dried Figs ,Flour, Candles,
$oapm, Tea, Starch, Pickles, Sardines,
Glinger P'reservea, &c,
AIso, a finte a.sortmnn.t of Cooking Utensils,
For sale by J. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
March 21tht, 1854 sI tf
New Goods ! New Goods !
SMALL PROFITS.
The undersigned is now in receipt of an
enlargod and varied general stock goods,
and is determined to carry out the princi
pie of quick sales and small profits.
His stock comprises Dry Goods, and
Groceries, in all their numerous varieties.
A heavy stock of Ready made Clothing,
jus~t from Phi ladetlphia, which willI be sold
thirty per cent. under any thing in towen.
H A TS, C'A PS, B0OOTS & SlO ES.
A variety of Confcetionary.
Cr'ickerv. commion and Granite.
In short, he keeps almost every thing
wich may be called for, at prices which
canrnot f:,il to please. Come and see for
yourselves.
MOSES L.EVI,
At Frierson's Old Stand.
Nov.1l,185I 1 tf
NEW GOODS
AND NEW FIRM.
T118 subscribers hanving purchased the
interest of ..8. Tlindal in the firm of
TPindal, WVatsoun & Co., give notice to their
friends and the publbe that they will carry
oin thei r bnsiness, at the ol stand, unrder
thec nanm of~ Watsoin & Gardner. They
have just received anid are daily receiving
a large, comiplete and handsomne assort
mient of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
of all descrihtto'n. Qualities and Styles
iio which they invite the attention of the
ppkblic.
WATSON & GARDNER.
Oct, 4,18'54 49 tf
ELISHA CARSON & SON,
GENER A L COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
C II ARI E S T ON, S. C.
EL.ISHtA t A RSON,? Offce, Boyce 4 Co's
JA MES M.CAR-SO Wharf.
L3P L.iberal advances made on Produce
consigned ts their care.
October 4, 18354 49 tf
C. P. REMSEN,
(-'UCCE$SORt TO R. HAWLEY,)
WVJIOL1ESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURER OF
Richardson Stree,-No. 89.
TWO DOORS BELOW TH E MARKET,
COLUMBIA, S. C..
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
Administrator's Notice.
All persons having demands agains'
the Estate of John Donald deceasedl, are
. requested to hand them in legally attested
andi all those indebted will make paymen
by the first of January next, as longer in
Sdulgentce cannot be given.
. R. WV. DONALD, Adm'r.
NarA 1Nlm 2 t
Late Arrivals Of
FALL GOODS AT
FOGARTIE & DELANDS,
CORNER ING AND WENTWORTISTREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Black Silks, Black Silks,
BLACK GROS DE RHINE AT b7c., $1, S1.1-2 and 01.25.
Black Mode Silk, at 50 cents and 62 cents.
Black Watered Silk.
Plaid and Striped Silks,
RICH PLAID SILKS AT 81, WORTi 1.25.
Rich Satin Plaid Bilks at 8125.
Changeable Silks at 62 cents.
Plaid and Striped Silks at 62 1-2 cents and 75c.
Extra Plaid Silks at $1.25.
RICH STYLES ilOUSLIN DE LAINES AT 62 1-2c., worth 81.
Extra quality ditto at 75 cents, 87 1-2 cents and 11.
New styles Mouslin do Laine at 25c.
Pink, Blue, Green and Bull' ditto at 37 1-2 cents and 50 cents.
Ilain Mouslin do Laines for servants at 18 3-4 cents.
Mourning ditto at 25 cents.
ENGLISH MIERIN0S AT 18 3.4 cents, 25 cent,;, and :37 1-2 cents.
Pink, Blue, Green, Drab, Slate and Brown French Merinos.
4-4 Cashmeres, at $1.
4-4 RICH STYLE, ALL W(OiL, PLAIDS AT '0 cents AND 75 cents.
Black Alpacas at 12 1.2 cents.
Lupin's Bonbaziies, trom 75 cents to 82 50.
BLANKETS, WHITE AND RED FLANNELS, &C.
HEAVY SERVANTS' BLANKITS AT 82, $2.50 83.
Fine Bath and Whitney Blankets, from 6 to $10.
Red Flannels at 20 cents and 25 cents.
Red Twilled Flannel.
Genuine Welch Flanne!s.
4-4 Ballardvale Flannels at 50 cents, and 02 1.2 cents.
5-4 and 6-4 English Flannels.
Red Conforts.
KEiRSEYS, SATINETS, PLAINS, &c.
HEAVY KERSEYS, SCIILEY'S PLAINS.
White, all Wool Plains, Linsey, Woolzey.
Heavy Satinets for servants at 37 1-2 cents.
Black and Fancy Cassim9fes and Doeskhits.
Blue, Black, Brown anim Grey Broad Cloths.
l'ilot Cloth. and Kentncky Jeans.
EMBROIDERED CURTAIN NIUSLINS AT 18 3-4c.
Embovwsed Cotton Dunasks at 12 1-2 cents.
1OSIERY, GLOVES, PERFUMERY.
LADIES, GENTS, MIlSSES, AND CHILDREN's HOSE AND HALF HOSE,
lcavy Wool -lose for Servants.
Gents' Merino Half [lose.
LIdies and Gente' Kid Grovem
Soaps, Cologne, Ludin's letraets.
Bay and Lavender Water.
1lair, Hat, Cloth, Tooth and Nail Brushes.
FOGARTIE & DELANb,
257, corner of King and Wentwortli-streets.
Novrm')er "m 5. ISM ly.
A. J. MOSES.
3PkKa Xa ffi"O"CXK, 3P
Goods
[ am now receiving and opening for sale
ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
ever brought to this market,
Which I will as low for cr:ah or to approved customera on time. having ten years
rixperience and ibhe ready money te buy goods with, enable. me to off'er the following
articles remarkably che'ap, viz
A 12ARGE STOCK OP D)RY GOOIUS, mostly domestic.
IIATPS, CAPS, 81I0ES, COOlES WARE, BASKET WARE, &c.
BUILDING MATERIALS, CARPENTER'S TOOLS, CUT LERY, &c.
IAlt)DWARE, of all descriptions, Pot., Ovens, Skilleta, &c.
STONE JUGS AND JARES, STONE CiIUlRNES.
CARRIAGE TRIMlMINGS, CARitIAGE IHARDWARE.
LEATHER OF AL1,KIN DS, Saddlery, Hlarress, &c. &c.
SHTATIONARY AND CONPECTIONARY.
CROCK{ERtY, in dinner setts and otherwise.
GROCERIlES, of all kinds.
And almost amy article thait may be called for.
Sept. 20, 1851. 47 if
KEEP THE BALL IN MOTION.
20,000 Pair Plantation Brogans at the
Planter's anid Factor's Depot,
EDWARD DALY'S BOOT AND SHOE
EMPORIUM,
T HE subscriber begs leave to annonnee to the Planters and Merchants of Sumter
and WVilliamshtnrg Districts, that he has now on hand, aiid constantly receiving Large
supplies of PLANTATION SHOES, together with an unrivaled stock of Ladies,
Misses, Boys, Yotiis, and Childreii's Boots and Shoes, of every kind, and from the
most fashiionable Wonrkmen.
-d Orders from the country faithfully and prottptly attended to.
EDWARD DALV,
306 King-St, Charleston, S. C., a few doors above toe Merchant's Ilotel-saime side,
Septeimber 27th, 1854 489t
GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
JACOB'8 CORDI PAL.
FOR ALL BOWEL DISEASES.
Such as, (Cholera, Dysentary, Diarrhaa Cholera Mforbus, Bilions Cholie, Cholera Intantum,.
ALSO, ADMIRABJLY ADAPT ED TO MIANY DISE ASES OF FEMALES,
Most Especially Painful Menstruatian.
T he Virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too well knoten to requite Encomiums.
1 st. It cures the weorst cases f.Dirrhcca. ~7th. It cures Painful Menstruation.
*ond. It cures the worst forms of Dynnary, 83th. it relieces Pains in Back and Loins,
3d. It cut-es C'alifurnia or Mexican Dir- 9th. ft Counteracts Nert-ousness and Des'
rhe~a. pondency,
4th. it relieres the serveresl Choir, 110th. It restorpa irregularities,
5th. Ii cures the Cholera Morbus, 1 1th. It dispels gloonty, hysterical Feelings1
6th. It cures Cholera Infa nium. 11l2th. It's an admnirable Tionic.
A few~ Shaort Ext racts fk'oaa Letters, Testimnonials, &c.
" I have used Jacob's Cordial lt my familly, and havo fetud it a most efficient, and in my
judgment a valuable remedy.
Jinx. IIm A a WAR NPa, .itilge of 8ttpreme Court, Ga.
"It gives me pleasures tn beinig able to recommend Jacoh's Cordial-my own personal exps
rience, and the experient-e of my neighbors anid friends aroundm me, is a sufficient guarantee
fo~r mte to believe it to be all that it puarporasto be, vis a sovereign remedy."
Wmi. II. U u nsa wooo, 'ormerly Judge of Supreme Court, Cherokee Circuit.
''I take great pleasttre in recommenemding this invaluable tuedicinie to all afflicted with bowel
diseases, for which I believe it to be a sovereign remedly-de~ldedly superior to any thing else
ever tried by me.
A. A. UAtm.ina, D. 0. ii. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
"1 have used 'Jacob's Cordial' in my tiatil y, andm this, with all I hear about i~t as a retmedy
by thtose who have tried it, induces ate to believe that It stands at the head of every preparatin
of the kind, ana I would recommend Its use hn the diseases for which it iscomeounded.
MLtrES G. DossNsa, Cashier of the Battk of the Stats of Iseorgia'.
"If there is any credibility in human testimony, 'Jacob's Cordial' must stand pre eminent
above all othet preparations for the cure of Bowel Diseases. From the miass of testimony In Its
favor coming im from all quarters, it must ho very fat- in advance, as a curative agent, of most
if not all other 'patent' preparations."1
A Fr.Mxtkr, CashIer Mfarine a~nd Fire Insurance Batik, Griffin.
" This efficient remedy is travelling into colebrity as fast as Bonalarte pushed lia oolumnts
Into Russia, aad gaining contamendation wherever used."
(v'eorgia Jefersonian, Mayt 17th 1853.
WM. W. BLISS & C'o., Proprietors, Isavannah Ga.
F'or sale by DARGAN <. Co., Sumetervalle; T. A. DAROAN, P. 0. M~cGREuoR Dars
lington ; T. . WOxMAN <. C., Camden ; FziitER 4' IETTtst Columbia, S. C.
) llavtI.AND, IIAanit., Rosly & Co., New York.
Principal Depot., HaviLAND, IIAnaAL & Co., Charleston, 8. C,
the Prinipal )J. WRItnT & Co'., New Orleans.
An yte rnia Merclitat and ti gitw throug~ent the htst's,

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