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In Equity--Sumter District
John X. Broughton,
Letitia B. Broughton,
and Margaret B Broughton,
by their next frieid James R. BILL.
Epsey E. Broughton.
'N pursumice 4'-a-n order in this case I
will offer at public sale 'on the firsi
iinday in January next, at Sumter Court
House, a plantation or Itract of -land sttated
In said bill to contain about four thousand
acres of land (but which it is believed
etntains about six thoused acres) lying in
Clarendon County, Sumter Ditrict, at or
fleur Filiton Po.st-oflie, belonging to the
Altate of the late Edward Broughton, jr..
TnRMs OF SALE.-Not to be sold for
Iess thdo sedd thousand seven hundred
a4 fifty dollars,.ono iourth part of the
ne money to be paid in cash, the
bala iipayatble - in one, two and three
Vearihwith interest from the damy of seae,
lejpurcharer t4 give bond and personal
security and a mortgage of the land fir the
tredit portion qi the said purchase money
and to pyfor papets.
W. F. B. HAYNSWOkTHf,
Comu'r. Eq. S. D.
Dec. 6, 1 R54 6. tf
n Equity7-- ter Distrist.
S. W. McDonald and others.
IN obedience to a1n order in this cause I
will offier at public sale on the first
Monday in January next, at Sumter Court
House, three negroes, viz: Brick, William,
and larvey, belonging to the estate of the
-late John McDonald, dec'd.
TERMS *F SALE.-One third to be paid
,in cash, the balhnce on a credit of.twelve
monhis with interest from the day of sale,
'to be secured by bond with good securily
*and mortgage of the property. Purchasers
to pay for papers.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTH,
Comn'r Eq. S. D.
Dec. 6. 1864 6 t(
FAMILY S U P P I E S,
Kendrick & Jenkins
WOULD anuounce to their friends and the
,community at large, that they have opened in
Sumtervil le opposite to Webb's Store, a large
and varied stock of
Such as have never before been exhibited for
for sale in this market. It se mprirse in part an
BACON-Prime Sides, Shoulberu and 11ams.
St)GA R--Brown, Crushed, Powdered and
COFFEE--Ro. Java, and Laguira,
Lard, Butier, Molasses, Cheette, Crackers,
Mackerel, Smoked Beef and longues, Pickles
Prunes, Brandied fruim, Lobaters, Sardines,
Salmond, Bologna Sausage, Vermicelli. Maea.
fine Tobacco and Segars.
Irish Potatoes, Unions, Beets, Sizoked Her.
ings, Fruits, Nuts,aad Contfetionary *f all
Wheat, Buckwheat. and Rice-Flour.
In short they pledg athemselves by strict at
tention to business, keeping on hand the BaR
of ALI goods in their line, and selling CHnMAP
for cAsn or produce, to vmerit a share of public
J. It. KENDRICK. W. W. JENKINS.
Nov. 15, 1854 a !f
The nwae: reward of T .-ray dc.
lars, wll be paid for the, debyiery to
nyself, or lodgment. in Sumter J.a a.
-of my Boy HARVY. who left rnv preiises
in April last. He in black, about six foot
high, bas good teeth, anl is intelligent. His
range is supposed to be froim thii neigh
borhood, (in which he hae numerous rela
,tive.') to about Scottsville oni Black river.
J. T. G REEN.
We offer for sale a clinic. collectton of the
most qvlebrated and best varieties of Peche,
Pears, thoth Standard and D warfs oa quince,)
Pluwm, Oclurrica, Necta
T1ines, A pricots, Qitnces,
Figs, strawberries, and
nive Grape Vine.
10,000 A PPLE TR EES,'
well grown, embracing 150 varietIes of
'rare excellence. We oII-er these to the trade,
-or by the hundred, at low rates.
New and rare ROSES of the finest kinds
-and latest impdrtations,- Flowering Shrubs,
.rare and beautiful EVERGREENS, &c.
Priced lists sent to all post-paid applicasts
-Packages carefully sent by railroad. Address,
SUMMElt & C1A MMOND,
Nov.29 154~' Alston P. U., S. C
AT THE NEW STORE
.UNDE R ODD FE LLOW S IA LL.
A. M. NEWBE RY gives notice to the
, citizens of Sumter and DarI mgton District,
- that he is now receiving and openining at
'his NEW STORE, a choice anid wvell se
lected stock ol Dfy Gooda,-$Hiats. Caps,
:Boots, Shoes, Crockery,' Glasaware, Gro
-ceries,-Saddlery, Hardware, Ready Made
Tro all of 'thihiihe invites-the attentioni
/1$tthe public, especiaUy theo ladies. .
A. M. NEWBERY.
No'vember.22, 18M4 .5 .tf
Choice bott just recetvedl and opened
~by A. M. NEWBER Y.
~'November 22, 16M4 1 tf
m L. S. TOWNSHEND.
4Mjuasoui yo Exanom &r TowxalnNDp.
oliwesale and Retail.'
( O 3EMARATET,
Wimingtn N, C.
Nov. 8, 18.54. ' . lyr.
Wholesale Tin Ware
G. HI. VERONCE~ & BROT HER
D-alers in Plain Japanned 'Pin Ware,
Take this inethod of informing their
friends and cuelomers that they have re
cently made lafge Additions to theIr ma.
chinery so as-.a enable thern to supply
the great' demn/ in the above line with
ineatnetta and despptch. .Our ware is of the
best make and w'qranted not to leak.
The country Irade supplied on liberal
R vmbrM.14~ .. ent
COLUMBIA; Oct., 19,1854.
ORDE R NO.
TilE Brigadlier Ceneralm Commaflnd infg the
several fingadlescompolsinig thoe TinA Division
South Carolina Afilitiat are liereby requited to
order eatch Colonel or officer commamding the
neveral Regiments of their respectiv'-Brigtiles,
to hold an election in their respective Rtegi.
ments onl Wednesdaty the 201h day of Deem
ber next, for lthe office of Major- Generall, vaca
tedl by the resignation of M~ajor Gen. .John
Hutchanan, and forthwith transmit to thle Ad'ut
ftnt General's office at Cohumbia a ciertiyled
statement in writing sthowinig thle result, Of thle
polls in their respeciive Brigadev.
By drder of thle Commaitnder-ini-Chief,
. R. Mi. DUNOVANT, Adjt. Gen.
6t. 25, 1854 2 - t
Lot~a Wife Found,
Lieutenant Lynch, in ls voyaie to the
Dead Sea founau a huge piur o salt Diion
the shoe, andtie -Arabs'sid it wa Lotst
Wife, hur enouh, wth er it was so or
not we cahnot ayin in y turn oufto be
a catch-penny Ms the Hog without a 'sind
ow ; but this we do k now.ief your have a ny
Engranving, Faney Paintin~g Lettering,
bArch iteie trin or the repairing of Accor.
deons, Flutena., &..&c., allI wllcall onl
the subscriber fie promises to do his biesit,
and will be happy to do all work with
nealnes and dispatch (hat inay be entrust
ed to his care, at Charleston prices or the
cath o nly. ie can be um at Mfr. E.
Sommers4 Clothing Emporium, Sumiterville,
C. WV. DAVIS.
O't. 18, 1854 51 3m
\VHOLESALE AND RET"AILl
Tobacco, saieand Segar
"SIG.V OP TI"HE L.VDI.LtV CIIE ."
MARKET STRE ET,
One dour 1hove Water,
\V I L M 1 N (; T () Nm, N. C .
aVT N. B.-All orders filled with desm.
Oct. 18, 185w 51 Vy.
Seek and ye Shall Frin
CArohtetaing of EVea-y Kinc.
C. PHe L LLIPS would respec&c t u clly i
ftirm luhe citizes of oSumster, th t he is
now receiving and openintr, at th e store
formjerly occupied by W. J. Francis, and(
two doors arbve Perry Moes', a well as-I
sorted storck of -
ah i o and Wister idat .dy
M ade Clothingloim .
Groceries of all kindS anid descriptions,
which hie will sell at the lowest pri
ret fror Cash.
Mr. Phillips woul also ini:imat, thatt
hiewill open a Ta' rm1',bisun
very soon. lie sohiis a share (it pub-.
he p Ctriroae.
N. B.-Just received a fresh supply of
AMe anld Porter.
All persons havii.any demandls against.
caps..James Rt. Broch Deceased late of Sum
ter Ditict, will please present their demands
to the bcriber for paymnet, maid those in
debid will make Payment to the (amle.
N.B l oF. ille AwMit Ed'r
Not. 19, 185, 51 l.
Wantad ed Shl id
C'IREE NEGR would, remmlo6 t iii
fersm l, caizs pprenticetor th arpneri
rmosv e oceing mt umpnmight ofte tore
forimery ocuped y . J. PrtmOisFS.
twov.or 29,mv1854 r ossawl mmi.
Thistc Hose iutdimeitl on
th imto ClManhese l tadRoa
andatcerye o narll aketpindtu heritioween
Wvielmiego wi.lC.l Carilso St r.n
he. and al'irs wthelm tired itr at lleranop
portu i oay ove aIm i nrigh oni thel~m~m ~t e
everal omfl ortable bdomm o ha x
lies rpoae an ain urre the01
firs heryu eeiue an frs hsune of a
Al e dPrtefrt. n comoaino
tavllperb.n, hahopes by thecninue agand
untirJaesi eliok theatl of theuMn-rr
er theistabctshmenl . o seu~ret tai (e onton
anctie mof cthalieral pamtronag bstowed ion
hmw forl the anem mt. lie could
rIIefe tohndeds ro hthei Nrth,1 Sout h,
yEarst on s, Asl~~mii to te a rimu n ehi
Mos, nwbt prefer pronsigiving thm a
peirsona ji mt.rale
o. 89, 1854. 2. m.
a Nte w~le5. , G oos.1 %2
T1HEu houbsce. n jutsit tred frdmm~ omt
the Norltando %s nomw oening atmt slendidu
oft alt kmery nviyz:-emrl mol ete
AVibeaiutifu N.t C. Rlichrlid . andie
lC.asmd e'res tMerinoe, tPevlrs ClthI 0;
Laisporsuiytolyer Me t Corset ord,
Rcmeiules astede h c loruFrnch wlork
milaed tolr. Bandsopieim &c.. iteo
serl oBlra l Mit rot s for t adisian Mise.
So hes cofo ald Decripmmmmtionso
Traverlig Truns, by pe gadie s''mimmciam
h Forrtmels P atertOhs.li mtIt
'efu stock ofmNero tieNreys, Bhmkt,
Ert amid oes, aGroerieai of al is
IFarmers btmpeers &c.arwer riceng than m
uesual Cal ndgt arai.
. I. HANKl.,
Noct. 2, 1854 2 G.
th Norg loid is nowt Carenina saconend
flo tiuralway of hand ad amr Stiedb
Dr. W. Jas.Dargan & C
R E 'TAIL DEALERS in Drugs, Mled
cines. Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, P
tent Medicines, Window Glass, Perfuner)
Fancy Articles, and a variety of other artiele
nsnally kept in Drug Stores.
Jxo. W. DAiUAs a, W.JAs.DARGAN,M.I
S' Next door to China's Hotel.
Jan. 2, 1854. 10-tf.
(BiEST NOW IN 118E,)
And a variety of other popular Patent Medi
vines, for sale by
Dr. V. JAS. DARGAN & C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 tf
A Lot of Paint Boxes,
kWater Colors,) for sale by
DARGAN & ,
Feb. 29, 1854. 18
A large supply, kept constantly en hand
DARGAN & CO.
Feb. $9, 18- if
Excelsior Fakdly Starch,
In pound packages,' powdered. Also the
highly celebrated Corn-Starch, fpr sale by
DARGAN & CO.
Fib. 20 ;1854. i. - f
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Prepared by tushton, Clark & Co. Also,
cold drawn Castor Oil, (very fine.) for sale
by DAltGAN& CO.
Feb. 29, 1851. 18 if
Fancy and Toilet Articles
A beautiful assortment. Call at Dargan's
anl examine them. Also a variety ofNote Pa
per and Envelopes, for sale by
DA RGAN & CO.
Next door to China's Hotel.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 if
R I CE & T H O11!801V,
S UMTAR VILLE, S. C.
Dealers in English, French and American
DrvvgN, Medicines amid
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Dve-Stufk,
G,.lass, Puly, GIne and Sand Paper. Paint,
Yarnish, Camel HIair anid Whitewash
Brnses, 1Fino aid Cloice Perfumery nild
I anvy Good,, Pure Linuors and Wines, for
nedical puirposes, Lancets, Scarificators
lid Cuppinig Glasses, &c.
All le lopihir 'aient Medicines direct
roi the proprietors.
Agents by appointment for Dr. Javes'
mkd Dr. )onntis' celebraled Family Aledi
imes, also for Far-ell's Arabian Linimteni,
lortiner & M awbray's allapton Til c
ure. Carter's Spanish Alixture. &c.
All article- from Ihis Establishment are
varranted fresh and genuine.
Physicians, llanters and co-intrv Mler
liants sendimlii to us, ean rely ii posi get tinie
rniie Arti les, und hsaving their orders
roiptly . xec eid.
July 26, 151 3) 6m.
a:ids For Sale in Upper
NEAR BMS110oPVILLE, S. C.
T o utscritier oll'ers lor sal a tract of
,u., Mv- about three uneis north of lish
Iir tI road leading from Dr)d
ioe o Cam nden ;cant aining
b11t 430 nleres of u hih I aliiiit 130 acres
re tinder lence id in a good state of cul
ivaltion. The laud is well adap'ed both to
on and cotton, of which lhe present crop
On the liremes is a good framed house
niIihefiir roomiis andi brink chiimie',-ihe
wee-saryv iut-building., and a wvell oh
un0:t e.ecrlle'ni :caler..
Theire is alIso on the preises a v'ery
lood ioll streamii andI Grist .Mill. Th'e
lace in( clear ofu standIiir wate. ir and1 no
hielonm vill be. nmecessLarv.
Tho.2 - wishin g io pu rcIlse lnnds in the
i- iity f i *hopi!le will do wellto cal*
lie laids will lie reasoniable, and terms
J. W. STUJCKEY.
Bishoipville, Oct. 25, 1854 52 if
Factor and Forwarding.
WILMINGTON, IN. C.
\VillI give piroimpt personal attenition Io thme
eor for wardling oh Cailoon, Naiva1-l.:res,
[on aniy othier producec, or to the plurchase
and lorwarding t.. Merchandise.
E. P. IIA1.. Pre't Br'hi D'k. Wihining
0. G. P'ARns.isV, Pre'i C'I B'k. N. C.
Gen. WI. WV. IlA:L.EEa, Mri,
TleJDos aiu> & Cua wroul,, i iain
G.. L W. Alc('A ., % Darhington.
Maj. War. lagsswo;Tii, ( ,S nmter.
Oc t. 41, 185 I .19 l y.
The C1opartnership heretofore exist ing
under the tirii of IBUTIERl & NEWVBERiY, is
Ihis day dissolved by limitationt and mnutu
al conisent. All the Notes and Acconts of
the' irm have been placed in the bands of
Y. N. BUTr.ER for collection, who is the
only anthorized agent to liqunidate the
debts of the conicerni. Alil persons indebted
by note or account, will please come for
ward anid make ii-nediaie settlemients.
Y. N. BUTL'IER.
A. McCAIN NE~WBERY'.
traeing soldI myt) interest in the Slock ini
trd oMn. A. M. Niewnat, I would
recommend him t~ the enstomaiers wh'o so
liberally pnatronized the late lirmn.
I laving Blonghit the interest in the
Stock mn tradt from Mr. Y. N. Buiri.En o
the Ile firii of BIUTi.En & NEwItnRY.I
will Iroum ilits dale carry an the imercan itikc
business tipon miy own responsbilily. I re
turn my tha~nks to ihe customners oh thi
late firm, amnd earnestly solicit a continu
anice of thecir pat ronlage.
,A. McCAIN NEWBIERY.
OcI. 26,1854. 1 tf.
Application wilhl bo mado to the Comi
missioners of Pensions for a duplicate c
Land Warrant, No.. 1)7.151 for -h0 acre
issue d 11nder ihe Act Septembher 28,185
to George Floyd, the original being lost c
imislead, having never reached the Wi
rantee. JAMES TAYLOR,
Agent and Attorniey of George Floyd.
Sumterdille. S. C., Nor. 22. 1~4 .n.J
We the friends of A, J.
BRADHAM Esqr., take pleasure in an.
nouncing him as a candidate for Sheriff
of Sumter Districtj at the next. Election
MANY FRf EDS.
Mar. 29, 1859. - 22 if.
A Number of Voters take
pleasur6 in announcing Col. Wi .LIAI1
A. COLCLOUGH as a candidate lor Sher.
ilfof Sumter Diist'rlct, at the nki elect io'n.
March 15, 1854. 21) - .
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. T. I. FRiEitsoNs ia Candidate, for
Sheriff of Sumter District at the ensuing
Aug. 24, 1853.
& Te friends of Capt'
)- Ml. GIBBONS announce him a cnmi
date for the office of Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing election and
oblio MAN VOTERS;
P O R.DIN AR Y.
I-y Mrt Edtor :-You will
please announce WILLA3iH. BR'Ni
SON usa candidate Or the Office of Ordi
nnry of Sumter. District, at the .ensuiqi
April 27th, 1852 -27-tf
FO R CLER ik.
a~T We are authorised to
announce Col. GEO. S. C.-DkSCIIA MPS
a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Surn
fer District at the ensuing clection.
Augtwt 16, 1854 42 tf
(-f" We are authorized to
an1nzounice T. .1. DINKINS, Esq., a Candidate
for Clerk of the Court, at the eumniing election.
April 1Gth 1851 25 t I
r-' Mr. Editor: Pcase an
nounce Mr. J. J. McKUELLAR, a Candi
date for Clerk of the Court, for Sumter
District, and oblige MANY VOTERS..
April 13, 1852. 25-t f
F OR CLERK.
MR. ElI)I''OR:-MANY FRIENDS
of W. J. N. IIAatfE'T are desirous of put.
ing him in nomination for the Otlien of i
Clerk of the Court of Sumter District, at <
the ensning election.
May 24, 1853. 30-tf '
& We are authorized
to announce A. E. POOL as a candidate
for Sheriff of Sumter District at the ensu.
December 21, 1852 8-tr
Mr. Editor:-Please an
nounce JOHN N. McLEODI a candidate
for Sheriff' of Sumter District and ob
lge AlAry FRIENDS.
June '29th, 1853 35.-(
SE are aanhorized to announce Wa M
LEWIS acandidate for Ordinary at
Jtnp 2R. 1854 35 P
For Tax CAolectot.
The Friends ot .. V. Brimson, annouce
hin a candidate for j'u (>Colectoir of ClAre. al
mont County, at the ensuinr Election,.
Oct. 11, 1854 50 tf.
The Friends of R. G, Potts
annonce him:: Candtidate for ''ax-Cottector
for Salem, for the next termn.---May Vor~s
Oct. 18, 18M4. 51. tf.
& Messrs. Editors :- I
Pleaswe annoutce Mr. 'J.\Mlss alcGUL
LUM as *a canmdidate fur Tax Collector.for
SOIiem, fur the next term.
O~t~l,1~'i4Many Voters. e
Winn & Clarbmon
I[AVE just received anti ope nedl a fine. stock
tof the most. fashionabe nnd latest s: tle of I
Fall ntd Wintier G~.ods, ctnsimsting in par tof
thte fenlotwing art icles.
Itlack anti fiacy Cloth; iltack andt anda fan
c y Casiimeres ;tBlack, White andt Fancy Silk
Vestinsgs, Iltack, W'.hite attet Fainey Silk Cra
vats; Silk andi Camblric IIanmdkerahmiefs; y
Gloves, Sock.s and lI rawers; 1.inenm Hottom.
Shirt, tnnd Colliars; Silk ande Merinmo under
Shirns ;Black Sik andi Faney lizats.
Hllack and fancty ('tat b Cr-ain andi Sacks ;
Black amnd Fancy (Cahimserte Comais ande -acks;
HBlack andl Fanc-y (Cassimere l'ants ; Hitack,
Wthitte and Fancey Silk VesetN.
All of n. hieh we invite our frien lea and' the
pnhhett genettrally to calt tend examine.
We are aelso psreparedt tc meaket up tto trder,
any articlte ini tthe Tailoring tine, ias neat amit
cepase cant he done in the'State on the samte
finitormsn of alt :kinds furnimehed at the short
eattotce. WINN & CLARIKSO'.
Oct' 25, 18M ~ 52 af
TiIl-E Subscriber being desirous of cllis.
inag hsis busi ness, ten'ers hi's entire stock'oi
l)ry Glootds, I1;ardw~are, &c., .it redileed
prices andl, at the same time, lhe earnesigy
solicits all persons indebted to him eitlier
by note or atctouint, to come forward aiid
Nettle tup as soaon sas Possible.
TJIOS. D. FRIERSONi.
Nov. 8, 1854. 2 a
To the Pianterg of Sumter
''ehav juist received a large STOCK
TV OF KERSIY8, Platmis, Linseys,
Bltankets, Shoes, &c. &a., to) all (i wvhsch
we repeciilly invite your attenation. We
.lrl'er Bairgainse ine these gonids.
W ATSON & GA RDNER.
Oct 4, 1854 4 .
JAMtES T. PETTEWAY. GEO. E. PRiTcHEgTT
Petteway & Pritohett
(GENEiRA L COMMISSIONV AND
F"OR WVA RDING ME R'CIA NT S.
NoR-rt WVATEnt S-TREET,
Wilmington, N. C.
rLiberal advances made on consignment
a oct. 18, 1851 51 ly
.Yarn and Osnaburgse
TH1E subscriber, Agent for the DeKalb Man
factury. offer. their groodse at manufhactiureru
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured I
PAULDING COLN'TY, DALTON, GA.,
August 26th, 1854.
Mr. CHARLES DEIoRME,
DEAR Sifa: For several years past I
have been severely afflicted with sick head.
,aches, and after trying every thing I could
think of, and receivitig no benefit whatever,
I at last gave myself up as a confirmed.
dyspeptic. But hearing of your prepara
tioni " The Balsom of Life,' I concluded
to gItU that a trial slso, afid procuted two
bottles frorn your Agent Dr. T. A. Dargan,
of Darlington* S. C., and fron the time I
began to take it, I have not had a smgle
attat k of headache, and now fet-I in hopes
that even the two bottles have made a cure
.of me. But fearing that I may have a
relapse, I have determined to continue it
lbnger. and I enclose yu 810 00 for which
you will please send as many buttles as is
customary for that uamunt. Ly Rail Road.
JOHN J. GEEN.
P. S.-Please forward by exprcss train
sepl. 6, 1854 45 tf
Sastei'VIlle, S. C.
Respectfblly informs the people ofSum
ter Dittict that be -bas Just receive.1 and
now offers for sale the beat selected akd
moat cholcestock of
'PF4h and Winter
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
A full and Large supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
Drawers, Gloves, Suspender, Cravats, Hand.
kerchiefs, &c. &C.,
L large assortment of READY MADE CLO
I'IIING, which will be sold low.
I"' Garments mannfactured by the subseri
)er, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or
lers from a distance promptly attended to.
Sept. 4th, 1&54. tg
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
)fTers for sale at the store formerly occu
ied by 1 'r,...nvauld, next door to the
fice of uqpt. F. Sumter, a LARGE and
;ell selected stock of PA LL AN) WIN
'ER Ready Made Clothimg of all quali.
es and sizes, which ie will dispose of at
tast twenty fire per cent lower than any
ther house in town. The public are re
pectrully invited to call and examine for
Oct. 4th, 1854 49 if
ADIES' Iloottees and Walking Shoes, Gai
ters, Kid-Ties, &c. Gents' Calf Boots, and
Lsottees, ladies' and Gents. Over Shoes.
Also-A tine assortnent of Ilardware, Tin.
'are, Sadlery, &c.
Ladties' Wood and! loroca Work-Huxes,
I:* floxes, Port-M3nies, SegarCases, Brace.
tv, Ilair antd Tooth hrusies, Dressing, Turk,
id Pocket Combs, &u.
Novels, Poetical Works and School Books, )
id a fine assortnent of -stationary.
Hrown, Clarified and Crushed Sugars,
Rio and Java Coffee, molasse.s, Cheese,
Itaisons; Dried Figs ,Fhour, Candles,
Soap, TiPa, Starch, Pickles, Sardines,
Ginger P'reserves, &c.
Also, a tine asshorgment of Cooking Utensils, a
Fur sahe by J. T. 5OLOMON8 as CO.
Mlarcht22th, 1854 91 tf
!ew Goods ! New Goods !
The uindersigned is now in receipt of an
:dargodl and varied general stock goodes
ctd is determined to carry out the priaci
le of quick sales and small profits.
is stock compristes Dry Goods, and
roceries, in all their numerous vairieties.
A heavy stock of Ready made Clothing,
wst fronm Philatdelphia, which will be sold
nrty per cent. untder any thinig in towvn.
[A T'S, CA PS, BOOT2'S & SH OES.
A variety of Confect ionary.
Crockerv. common and G;ranite.
ia short, he keeps almost every thing
'loch inny be called for, at prices which
annot filh to please. Come anid see for
At F~rierson's Old stand.
Nov. l,18i1 1 tf'
AND NEW FiRM.
SIlE subscribers having purchased the
interest of J. 5. Tlindal in the firm of
Pindal. Wattson & Co., give notice to their
rientds andI the public that they will carry
in their btusiness, at the old stand, nnudetr
Ihe nme of Wtanton & Gardner. Th'iey
mave just receiveid and are daily receiving
large, comnplete and handsome assort
nentt of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
>f all describtion. Qnailies and Styles
a which they inrite the attention of the
WATSON & GARDNER.
Oct, 4, 185,4 49 tf
ELISHA CARSON & SON,
F .A.OT O PbS
GENER AIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
C II ATRIs ESTON, S. C.
E.ISIl A A RSON, Offce, Boyce 4- Co's
JAMIS M1. CARtSO Wharf.
gai Liberal advances made on Produce
conisigned to their care.
October -I, 18354 49 tf
C. P, REMUSEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO R. HAWLEY,)
WHJOLESALE .AND RETAIL
TWO DOOR'4 BELOW THE MARKET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.'.
M~trch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
All persons having demands against
thme Estate of John Donald deceased, are
requested to hand thetm in legally attested,
andI all those indebted will make payment
by the first of January next, as longer in.
dulgence Cannot be given.
RL. WV. D)ON ALD, Adm'r
Nov W 14 t4
Late Arrivals Of
FALL GOODS AT
FOGARTIE & DELAND'8
CORNER ING AND WENTWORTilREETN.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Black Silks, Black Silks,
BLACK GkOS DR, RHINE AT S7c., SI, 8.1.-4, and 1.25.
Black Mode Silk, at 50 cents and 02 cents.
Black Watered Silk.
Plaid and Striped Silks,
RICH PLAID SILKS AT $1, WORTH B1.25.
Rich Satin Plaid Silks at $125.
Changeable Silks at 62 conts.
Plaid and Striped Silks at 62 1.2 cents and 75c.
Extra Plaid Silks at 81.25.
R~h SUSIAN DB LAINES AT 62 1-2c., worth $1.
Extra quality ditto at 75 cents, 87 1.2 cents and $1.
New styles Mouslin do Laine at 25C.
Pink, Blue, Green and BulY ditto at 37 1-2 cents and 5(0 cents.
Plain Mouslin do Laines for servants at 18 3-4 cents.
Mourning ditto at 25 cents.
ENGL~IH MIERINOS AT1 18 3.4 cents, 25 cents, and :37 1.2 cents.
Pink, Blue, Green, Drab, Slate and Brown French lerinos.
4.4 Cashmeres, at SI.
4-4 RICH STYLE. ALL WOL, 'LAIDS AT 50 cents AND 75 cents.
Black Alpaca. at 12 1.2 cents.
Lupin's Bombazines, trom 75 cents to $250.
BLANKETS, WHITE AND RED FLANNELS, &C.
H EAVY SERVANTS' BLANKl'TS AT 82, $2.50 83.
Fine Bath and Whitney Blankets, from $0 to 810.
Red Flannels at 20 cents and 25 cents.
Red Twilled Flannel.
Genuine \Velch Flanne!s.
4-4 Ballardvalo Flannels at 50 cents, and 02 1.2 cents.
5-4 and fi.4 English Flannels.
KERSEYS, SATINETS, PLAINS, &c.
HEAVY KERSEYS, SCIILEY'S PLAINS.
White, all Wool Plains, Linsey, Woolzey.
Ileavy Satinets for servants at 37 1-2 cents.
Black aid Fancy Cassitnqes and Doeskins.
Blue, Black, Brown anifGrey Broad Cloths.
Pilot Cloths and Kentucky Jeans
E.%BIZOIDERIlD CURTAIN NIU:SLINS A' 18 3-4c.
Embossed Cotton Daainks at 12 1-2 cents.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, PERFUMERY
.ADIES, GENTS, MISSES, AND CHILDREN'S HOSE AND HALF HOSE,
ileavy Wool -lose for Servants.
Gents' Merino Half Hose.
Ladies and Gents' Kid Gloves.
Soaps, Cologne, Ludin's lxtracts.
Bay and Lavender Water.
flair, Hat, Cloth, Tooth and Nail Brushes.
FOGARTIE & DELANb,
Novem'er , 18. 257, corner of King and Wentworth-streetd.
A. J* MOSE"- ly.
anorm-xL~-4A -3amcan Sx
[ am now receiving and opening for sale
ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
ever brought to this market,
-hich I will sA low for cn.h or to approved customers on time. --nving ten years
sperience and the readV money tu buy goods with, enables me to oif'er the followving
rtices remarkably cheap, viz I
A LARGE STOCK OF D)RY GOOI)S, mostly domestic.
IIATS, CAPS, SHO ES, COOPI','S WA RE, BASKET WA RE, &c.
BUILDING MATERIALS, CA RPENTER'S TCOOLS, CUTLERY, &c.
IIAltD WARE, of all descriptions, Puts, Ovens, Skillets, &c.
STONE JUGS AND JARICS, STONE CIIURINES.
CARRIAGE T~ItI MINGlS, CARiRIAGE ITARD WARE.
LICATHJE R OP ALlIKIN D)S, Saddlery, Ilaress, &c. &.c.
STATIONARY AND CONPECTION~ARY.
CROCKERY, in dinner setts and otherwise.
GROCERIES, of all kinds.
And alsanost any articic thant sy be called for.
Sept. 20, 18.51. 47t
KEEP THE BALL IN MOTION.
30,000 Pair Plantation Brogans at the
Planter's and Factor's Depot,
EDWARD DALYTS BOOT AND SHOE
T H E subscriber begs leave to annonnee to the P'lanters and Alerchiants of Sumter
nd \Villiamntrg' Districts, that he has now~ on hand, and constantly receiving Large
upplies cif PLANTATION SilO(ES, together with an unrivaled stock of Ladies,
alisses, Boys, Yombhs, and Children's Boots and Shoes, of every kind, and from the
noel fasionable WVorkmen.
(M Orders fromi the country faithfully andl promnptl~y atonded to.
306 King-St, Charleston, S. C., a few doors abhove tne Merchlant's lotl-same sides
September 27th. 1854 48 e
GREAT SOUTHERN REmEDY.
JACOB' CORDI AL.
FOR LLDOWEL DINEASES.
Such as, Cholera, Dysentary, Diarrhsaa Cholera Morbus, Ifilions Cholic, Chiolera Intantutn,
ALSO, ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TV MIANY DISEASE8 OF FEMtALES,
Most Especially Painful Afenstruati'et.
Ti'he Virtues qf Jacob's Cordial are too wrell known to reiu te Encomiums.
I si. It cures the uworst cases~ <f Dirrhaa, 7/h. It cures Painf ul Menstruation.
*nd. it cures the worst forms of Dysentary, '8th. it relieces Pains in Back and Loin.,
3d. It cures~ California or Mexican Dir. 9th. t CouLnteracts Nereousness and Desk
4th. Ii relieres the seceresl Chol ir, il0th. it restorea irregularities,
5th. Ii cures the Cholera Morbus, i1 lI/h. It displs gloont , hysterical Feins
6ith. Ii cures Cholera Infa n/um. it 2th. It's an admirable TIonic.
A few Short Extracts fl-om Letters, Testuionials, &c.
" i have tsed Jacob',, Ctmrliat In my family, and have fotind it a most efficient, andl in my
jud~gmlent a valuable remedy.
lbox. ItnaA t WAR aNC, Judge of Supreme Court, Ga.
"It gives me pleasures in being able to recommend Jacob's, Cordial-my own personal expe
rience, atnd the experience of my neighbors and friend, around une, is asuflicient guarantee
fur mue to believe it to bie all that it purorts to be, viz : a sovereign reimedy."
Wmn. II. Ulunr~awooo, 'ormerly Judge of Supremu Court, Cherokee Circuit.
"I take great pleasure In recotumnending this invaluable tuedicibie to all afflicted with bowel
diseases, for which I believe it to be a sovereign remedly-d.cidedly superior to any thing else
ever tried b~y me."
A. A. GAt t.Dtso, D. G. 31i. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
"I have used 'Jacob's Cordial' in my tiamil y, andl this, with alt I hear ab~out it as a remedy
hy those who have tried it, induces mue to believe that it stands at thme head of every preparation
of the kind, and I would recommend Its use in the diseases for which it is comI unded.
Mltr.as G. Dossis, Cashier of the Batik of the State of Geoga.
"If thtere is any credibility in human tesm imony, 'Jacob's Cordial' must stand pre emittent.
above all otheri preparations for the cure uf Bowel Dliseases. Froin the umas of' testimony in Its
favor coming in from all quarters, it.,must be very far in advance, as a curative agent, of most
tfnot all other 'patent' preparation.
A FL.ENtIk, CashIer larie end Fire Insurance Batik, Griffin.
" This efficient remedy is travelling Into colebrity as fast as Bonaparte pushed hi. colums
into Russia, and gaining conimendation whterever used."
Georgia Jefersoniap, Mary 17th 18R53.
WIV. W. BLISS & C'o., i'roprietors, Aavannah Ga.
For sale by DARGAN 4 Co., Sutmterville ; TI. A. DAROAN, P. O. MCGREGOR 1)ara
lington ; T. J. WOnxMAN 4 Co., Camden ; Frasxit 4 H ENT~sln Columbia, S. C.
SI IavtIAsoD, IIAtRii., Resly & Co., New York.
Principal Depots, H A vt.AND, IXASIAr. & Co)., Chiarlestoni, 8. C,
J. WR tcanT & Co., New Orleans.
And ~t e Picipial Merchtane and tgitw throuvghent~k thts.