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Charleston Advert's.
PLANTLRS' HOTEL,
BY Cv. W. BOMA R,
South.west corner of Church4 and Queen-sls
CilA Rl.L-TON, S. C.
Feb. 29.- I. 18 1v.
PAVILION 10 TEL,
H. L. 130TT hiW i EitLD,
Feh, '2). 1854. V81.
Js B NIXON,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
00COMEllCIE 1101i88,
Corner Queen and Church-sts.
Char'letonk, S. C.
Feb. 29, No54. 16 ly
MILLS HOUSE.
THOMAS 4..NICKERSON
Proprie tor,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1854. 18 IV.
PAUL T. VILLEPIGUE,
FACTUR, AND
CO 11SO an Ft R V A T X
Accon miaodationI Vilar,'C
CIIlRILMTON, S. C
Sells Cottou. Grain, Flour, Baron, and all
other artiles of produce.
Strict and i ronpt atlention giVento the
FORW A ltlDING of Goods and Produnee:
August 9, 1851 41
Samuel Jeffords,
COMMIILSSION 3iRHA ('IL1N T,
OFFaCE:, NoRTH Co)tr1XIcAt. WHAW
CllARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 20, 1854. 18 Iv.
N. A. COHEN & COHN.
1IMPOuRTERs& DE ALER N. V
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
iTY (100011
No. 117 Eat Bay,
NATIHAN A. COfIIN,
LItAPOLD COHN.
CIlIA RLESTON, S. C.
Mr. 29), 18.51. 2*2 1
011111lA088 ! CAIllllAGIEN
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
OFeverv desertptinn. Nos 121. Meeting street,
and 33 Wentworth street. next to the old standa
of Gilherts & Chapin. Charo-ston, S. C.
Oct. l9th, 1853. 51 y
ELISHA CARSON & 501s
GENERAL COMMISSION MFWlt'ITANTS,
CfH A ! 1L s T O N, X. C.
ELISIA k. ARSON, Ofr1er, Rovre 4 ('o's
JIME83I.CARlSO 'Wha'rf.
E4 iberal ativatnces matde on Plroducic
s 'rned to their care.
' i' -, 18354 49 tf
Transnarent WindoAw
WVAREi IlOUSE.
WHOLESAlE & RETAIL,
117 King P"iresl, ('orn.'r of K~ing~ and
Therrisfird Ntreet.!-, C'harleston, N. C,
TJIlE subscriber is receis ing a large assort.
ugent of thle above~ goodsk.
- 5t),0004 Itulls of I'apecr 1 Iangin.,:s : 10t pairs
or Window Shmades . 1001 Mat raawe, of es ierv
description. Also, Pillows, llisaers, l.nee~ anait
Muslin Uniriains. It)amask. * atjinI De I.anes,
.Corn ice, tliiinds, Ftire Screenus Venuitiuan Ulinds,
&c., &c.
All kinds of phdolsterimir. atnd t lhe buiess
as usual ly attendedl tn in alt i is branch les.
I1. WV. h'IN S31A N & CO.
M~ar. 29, 185 ~ 22 l y
AT TIlE OLC STAND OF IS. d: J. ;iI.tERtT
conltitie the CA Il|J:A (;J..
IJUSINEs,' at the abtove
-stand-No. 35 and 40 WVentworth-st reel.
.Chtarleaton-where thev will be pleased to
exhibit to thei r cdhl friends an culetstomsers
a very extensive Stock of VehI:cles, com.
puising those of their owns tssanufacture,
togethier with various othier sty vCs ulsuailly
found in t his markset. T1heir losig nequtaint.
ance with this market ns mannufitturers
andi dealers willI enable them to siler grent
inducements to purchasers both in styles
and( prices.
* Ma rch 15, 1854. 20 Iv
Wholesale Tin Ware~
FACTOn6 Y.
G. H. VE RONCE & IBR(YOTFER
Derraiers in PlIain Jaepan ned TI in Ware,
Trake thin method of informingr their
friends and customers that they have re.
e ent ly made large addhitiotns to their ina.
chinery so an to enaihte thetn to supply
the great demnand in the above line withI
neatness and despatchs Our ware is of the
* best make andavwarrantedl not to leak.
The country trade supplied on liberal
terms.
63, ante.st. (near the market) Charlest on
November 22. 1854 5 (hm
TO MEltCiANTS,
PLANTERS. AND) OTilERS.
Ii the unidersignead, formerly oif Newu Y ork
City, but now a permanent resident of Chiar.
leston. Anm prepared to dto an~ythiing is. the
line of a General Agency and Commtission
business entrusted to tne, I will make porchia
ses of Dry thoods, Groceries, Jiardlware, floots,
Shines, ltancy Goods, l)rugs, Paitits, Oils,
FruIts, Ji wel ry, Confectiontery, Bings, Sta
- titonery, LIquors, Clothing, or anything else
thnt can he obtained either itn this cit y or New
York, Boston or Phtiladlelphia and oin as gooid
terms, if not better, than the Merchants or
7'Pfattrs themselves could tiuy thenm, thecreby
s aving them the necessary exorbitant expenses
atnigavisit tio this city. I will also, at
tend promptly to anry 11(anking or Insurance
b usineist tlivt I matiy he falvoreid with, and will
- make paymient of debts. Fromt my long ex.
perience in a general mercantile business, I
am fully convinced that I can give perfect sat.
Isfacior, and suit the most fastidioits taste in
. ~lections. For my servIces I shall re
* sea moderate commissioit, acconting to
*t unaturd of the basiness.
D 'IA VI DM. GA Z LAY,
000over Bird's Store. 225, k'ing-street
. halstn S.,C,
Charleston Advert's:
DEWb/ IJA ba
U P 11 OL S T E R Y.
FA L IMPOR T A 7IO.S.
I. W. KINSAN & CO.,
179 KING.STREET,
Cornr of King iiand Borrisftiril Street,
i.11 It'lERS O1F PRENCI
CURTAIN MTATERI1
ALS,9 UPROLSBRY
1-3OJEC3B
AND
INVITE Ti I E ATTE'NTION OF'lE
trl anad pulec generally to the extell
sive al beaut fil assortmenit of
SATIN DE LA IN ES-DAMA SK8,
LAC' AND alUSIAN C-ItTAINS.
COt ICES, BANDS AND PINS, &c.
which LeV are receivintag from Eirieope anld
Artn'rican in anufaictories, and which th ey
oler
WHOLESALE ANXD RETAIL.
at P-R ICES OIVER than aiy other
houise 11n tibi citv.
II. W. K. &~ Co.. are receivil the
1ATE'Ni' PAIMS DESIGNS FOlt CUlt.
TAINS AND )ECil)lAT)IONS, ol all
kiiis, and art! enabled to produice work of
the best cairnir nd stile.
MAlerchtsIll.. anld Families will fin d it if)
their advantage, to call, Is fevery article inl
the CURTAIN AND UPHIOLiSTERY
L.INE canl be obtamed it' the above estah.
lishmen, nid at teris winch canlot, hail to
-ive approbaotin.
All. KINDS OF
..VT'EIt[0|| )>EC.O R A 7'IOXS:
execu-tel.niI PA PES i pi inI superior
s/%le by eF.\srienced workmen.
Dm.. Gs, 1-541 4t
NEW GOODS
AND NEW FIRM.
IT11E subscribers having purchased he
interest ... Tiea',cl Ii I thite firm i
Tindiia . Watsol & CI., La-iv n1t Ice to their
friellls adl the puhic tiat tIoy will carry
oi their blsitiess. at the old sl1and, 1inl1r
tile 1aiC,111 ol \alsonl & Gardner. They
have just receivedl d are dadv receivi -r
a large. Cmplete atal inidsine assiort.
nielt oF AlI AND WINTER (OO)S.
(t all desci ribbtiot. Qulailties :ati Stylle- -
tit which ttey inile the atteltionl o! the
W.TSON & GARDNER.
Ort - S.1 1 me t r
SUMTr~ltV1ImE, S. C.'
E. NossansacaI's
Ofl'rs for sale at thl store.- formerly occ'vt.
pied by B. Greevanl, next doeor to the
ollive if capt. P. Smwtor. a mat Ead
well selected -tock of FA Ii A N 1) \iN -
TER Ready Ild Cltleng (f all giah-l;
tieS anld.sizes, whieb io "wIli tiisploer ot at
Ieast /ifrienly.fIret per ci h tver tinin any
,ltlir ko 5ng inl t --s. rte. ajo aic r.
iet'ullyII ined to caeli and exnilinet laor
SupeI Iriletelndanlt.
A. ANDERSON,
SeIessaterville', (. O.
iteapecifutilly inaferins~ thle peole aol .Num-cI
ter lIisOtriei IthatI he h~as justi raeeive; I and1
Ieeo't ehlerefr seal-k of 0t~eoI~ta ?11 tV
FlllL~eall naad Wisatea
Goods,
ThaetI canno1't ha'e raedI bay nutthinil inl Iie;
anarkekt. Iie~ lhas receieda Iannly nlew sIVh-s
wichd puercheaiaers n aea anle do i oel n:l aiLht
foere be ineg clsen herae.
V BN 8 1 N I S.
A fell ad iLr~ie auly aof I Ieeiery, Shlirta,
Draweara, ( ioves., Suendateersa, Lirav a, ILand
keirchliefs, &c..,
A large assornienIt ofl(I-:.\ t)X fMAI-: C[,O
il.IN(', na' bich w' iil hie iahla low.
25? ( ;relar elarnsfaeluredc hvy lthe 5ebscri.
her, andll warrcaa ee giv~e saliisfaaction. ( ;.
daera fromn a d~jiIIt arompejtly anlendedta Ilo.
Sept. 4th1. 1851. A.A fhSN
Guns, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, &c,
JOHN KRIDER,~
land I~ liiai lnar' in *"'aa/, (tuns,
all kinds va ' Nportin..r Ajp~ucra/uis.
Toflbe Irr wieth a geneli as-aortnltIl oef
N. E. Cor-. of ~Walttat stand1
All of whiicht, anid sneht Ioher articles ;ls
beti~lni to his lineC of hn.t-inesCs, wl bce eo'ld
as how as can lhe allaerded by any1) etabish
11(1itet ince Uniitedi Statevs.
Ina test imtony)' h tis ski as a mtanatt ctetr.
or, the F'rankhn itt tittte ofl P~iildelpheia,
hlas awav~rded to imut Nine 18 10, Ltwo certifi.
cases, six silver miedaha, andec oe teceall
premumt ; andi ill 18M, the CrystalI Paire
of' New Yo~rk, awacrded to hiLm10 a medal, thet
ottly Otte a warded for Shot1, Gutttns andt R;.
fles int the Unfitedt States.
"a Jriader's Sptortineg Atnecdoits," ilues
I rat ive of certacin va rietie of Amiocrennt
Game, wih remarkd~s on the Charcr of
the D og, I'i~'ch Do)tgs, 81mp~e, WVLodecek,
Ril , Pa.rtridlge, Du)c~k ande 11 Pidgeon ma tc h
Plover, Canivasis Beck ; and Itedl I lendedl
Dunck. AmeI~ricanI W idgoeon. Nemtpl)I Dcck
antd Catiada Gonse. --P rie 81 (.00
Adidress .JOhN KRIDER, 8econdac and
ALug. 30, 1851. d.i 1 y.
To Arrive,
DR IlFD-FGS, RtASINS, CA \')Y,
PICK llS, (NlhGRitRESLERVES.
CilIEESE, BOTIl.EDI CIDERI, PI!0~T.
E.R, &c.
Berage Derains, Printeedlailcne FrenIch
(Cambl~ric ks.-Iainee attsortmtent oef Gimr.e
hlamse, black andti colored, and Emtbroiderod
Goods, &c. &c.
.1. T.1 SOL.O.MIONS & CO.
March 8th. 18%&, 19 if
Columbia Advertise'ts.
A. C. EQUIER,
NO.208 A ND 210
M A IN 8 T t UL.: T
COLUMIlA, S. C.
Manufacturer and General
I)EALER I.V
FINE AND PLAIN
U:' M r aA va f- f2Q r-e C- O,
. Pianos, ChairsA
W A1.r lA 'E t,&c. &c.&.
A t y.arvyii jlo prce for cashg. 11e. is consrtanit.
Iv re .iiishig, his large assortien. froi his
31 A N 'FACT ' 104Y in Ciolijinhia, atl nd i
New York. and1ti now ofiers a greater vitriety
thla usual, especialy so iii i ANCY AN)
IENAMALi.lFI '' RN ;IT EI', Sittitig nd
lOinliig Ci:ir-1, &c. &.
A. II. GAL.I & CO.'S SIl>1'ItiolRt A NI)
(G1t ATIY LVIM110)VIEI) PI A NOS. ut New
York cash priers. t-? All i'tanois or irni
tore sold liv hion are warrateil for -nte year or
lonIer. All kilds l. f Furnitt:re neatly and
prmptit ly repaired.
A large lot of 31A 1(R A NY V EN EERIS on
hand. w ith oither Caligiet Maker's Slaterials, inl
great variety.
WAL.1PAPEIt A N 1) BIORDERING, a
large natil rich assortmient.
SiY' Fineral.I. erved at short notice with
31alic 1and1 Wood Cofflns.
lie would re-pectfully invitte his friend.< and
the plilic generally to catill arid exanine his
stoiik.
March 15, 1451. 20 ly.
1%.t .ninsdale,
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
232. ICHA1:RDS)N3Ntti:T
and ,ornt ieel (,il H v rrai' .S, tee,
CO1.rc3illlA, S. U.
3March 15, 18.51. 1-0 1y
DR. C. H. MIOT,
coix'mmnA, S. C.
.YAgEA THEls C'OUR'' 11O USE.I
IAi.lEIt IN
Drugs, IMfedicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
Articles.
SELECTED, EXPl'ltS>i FOilt Tills
3MARKEiT.
Ma reb 15, 1851. 20 ly
McIKENZIE'S
CONFIC TI I I " 1* AND F.I NC Y!
Stor'e,
X0. 1.'3. licrldxwn Street,
COI.ATI\IlA, S. C.
I>AIOTIIEs AN) WIIINGS 1-l:RNISlElDI
AT SHORVtT'SsT NOTICEC.
H iUii.;\1] ilx J|};jifj
M arch 15, S51 . I
Boots & Shoes.
JAMES FENTON,
197,14 licrhuitr r/s on S tre et.
COLUi3111TA. S. C.
IhA S constsattIy on hail and isl aily receI.v
inef! fre.sh stli eplies 4;r all kindsx ft iLadi-s ai nd,
Gs'rent'iros deisots and Shoies oft the latest rash
ions. A Io. it ilS CA.F-NIIlNS amid SL.E
I.E.ATIllEl for lHoeit-makers.
3March 15, 18il. 0 1 y.
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
Wl1OL.sAILa AND RETAI.
leirsr in
(e/assure, I~et. .n'/,-, awjl ali /.imies i j
M fitiee ~ edicines,
Aotpleeesrt tnent, eof the biest qntality,
and at the lows*. t priers.
3larht15,1b5l 20 ly
G, LIT TLE & CO.
.Next door to \'ietierir Ilitel.
Al wys (tt iIAIOlIES TIN S.('.
Awyonhiand---A large aimi Ftafthiuonable
ftcady'-Mande 4'Iothiain,
.t.r rute i.iwis-ar rosat r ntet aa ,
Apr. 12, N51. 21 1y
White Lead ! White Lead!
LE I)/ fort sale low
J. & J. i. IEW AJIT,
Coluttmbia, S. U.
March i5, 185I. 20 ly
ardware, Paints, and
Oils, &c.
('.I/f/.1. X. ('.
SIGN OF TI'll G:OI.DlI;N .AUlIPIA\i,
(Oller for saile at ve'ry low pric.es, a lairge andt
wvell asso.rte'd estoel tif
C'* Goodst dealiverted at thie Ilepot free of
chbarge.l.W I.
March 15, 1851, 20 ly.
Columbia Clothing
Fullings, Bostwick & Ce,
COL t MIIIA, S. C.
AVIC consanttly on1 ihand the largest
sltck of
ittn ti innee', whih the are prepiaredt Io
soil at prices~ lower tan. anty n Iher eta.
iTor (miotingi is ttonn.t fatlred h ih em-t
selvest w ith priiinitar rteferente Ino iu<
rnake, nntd they fetl warendtotelI say it
of I the couttttry. 'iTheir bnttsiners s ceott.
atnd te price of fteir gouods otnr!- ed in
plain li-.rtrs u pot. eh a rtic'le hvy whttih n
unifoirmtity of price is ohlnervterI, angd te
tnexper-etcedt bttyer ist ettabIIed to mak e
hist putrIrhaes at ars low n rale, ats thIe motre
ex perietnred antd heelle r jmigd..ron
visd ing Colinghia are re~epeelfully inviled
to an examiination or our stoc k and prtces.
February 16th. 1851. 1t-iy.
Co'.umbia Advertisets.
A. BROIDE,
Dealer in Provisions, Flour,
I] UACON. ( OCRIES, IVINES,
UIQUOJS, CIGI RS, TOJJACCO.
A Iso,
Plantation Supplies and
TE'A, NlIl),A8ES, C1',8, &c.
'1.-1. leic/irdoit S/rieet,
COLIMilJA, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
C. P. REIMSEN,
(SUCCESSJ ATO t) IIHAWLEY,)
WIrOLIC8iiLE .Il ND RETAlIL
MAN UF"ACI'lmRER OF
It~ inha0 rd~f son NIre,-:\I. 89.'
TWINO 1D011lis.W TIIF 11, 3AIRKI-T,
C0)LUJIIIl..4, *"N. C.
March N, 1851. 20 ly.
Choice Old Brandy and
W V IN Es.
We liae niiow iii storn soll rrv supe
rior 04d Branv, which has been selected
by ouirselves, fler meiinal purposes. Its
a ,ge :111 ln i dw; nuk u 1stoethern wilh its puority,
will IbI of pret lctlonseilllence to inlvalls
who are nlves,..iiil iat tse it.
-A 1.8)0.
A variety of Very sciect Wintes, consistinglr
Old llerteir:1, Old Port 1W iw,
ISrownsv1 NeS11,--y 1111alt! Sherr'y&
Eere C iaret I Wi..e,
finlport l lv otiur.-lv'es, all1 of which we
wal.rr:out genuine, and ol the very best
For :-1al v
(Il AT' GI IT & AlKULIt
Cotri I laiiae l6iage, Chimbia, S. C.
Ju1y 'd6. 1h'5-1 t) if
Boots and Shoes for Sale
W. S. WOOD.
vaia crucerwti-4 anad 1.lcasl... i.l
Boos, Shoes and Plantation
Brogans,
S4 -- i :char a o s Strect,
Columbia B. C.
H AS now on aoo: a eimi.lete assortnet
ofi lie atlive l tiz-Iss , w ihich are al1'.r
ed at the lowest pr.c's or i..ASI or its
r-quivalenit.
lii-. w-oek (If Plaintation Brogranns is well
n oriliv tie attinioiinl l'hinters, consistinl
' M.i\is it olod .i d lmtd Hmigans andi
Sti ch1-lDownls,L_-I C
.~21 i1e tnal t ~n Int o- 1, - les, . lie
-. 1.80
Genit's ille l orere, li'tion - rtistched
linso: Ill. own ini-ntincture, to which
leare and ha e ndsm e o.
1in S il all d i p in . Finl#!
a Anicn C- lltitfar S in., wh ch
will ie a i .e to r t: r e 'l h rieiist no.
Wv. S. woo"), 1,5 ttichanrln-st.,
Columbliia, 's. C.
O iA.15t 50 If
C 4 4"ll/ .1,4 ta. li'tG. ~ i~~
(4 .ii -'h~ .Ia ii '.\\-i i.ti \ a- . a e. tai~
~in ahiti on u t o han~ i iei er itocl w ii liaS jnsr
Gt .1 atirala . il a.'. it W T-il . l4 nate. 4
(' a- it'' ofieV( 440' a'r iver air l'lae
ay niel n s I. N V ( 2i t if )'
IliI prit-S w il'r he o itli.l e's n' it ion.h i
Si - th a rut. Thr i (rul~ for p'wt itr , hec.s
het~ con(t'iiice oft all .itroa..:s ofth
fi mr' friesnr :pi esott net . r f !troi
.iiili al 15. ()r,5 1. . 510 . i l y.ipt
&A' ;, l., w(~'i l'ie il l i 'l'. cr lowt' I- h a a e
ner ilOpened foru'. the a- n l-:very facilv l
hrelbi-al~d ii) p r.,'sh inst at li d)4i(sle 111
s plyt1i triten:. 14t la n'i ir e s.enstt o a'eve
nir (7. I rit' ll rabb- he b ritlil rIt ai enerIIliI I
li.:h stirai: and ilm liro~t, ttecintil 1t1e1i
ly th-red. 'l'ie leis iry al iiyio itso oraner,
1111 siitn. W e ni:1apin ha4 e a;t man11 at th
dai n: . depor. 1: r ~ dee'sa: iretre ~lanet
him-,. A e.
I's af ce I wo r ent, Iha p-r i ound d l' ray- ae
hao14esl .t.lI vi- l ' ttv :G e t i har te o rarat
lIrl ran I' it'l n l cen t' e inn111 pm unst
tltlir 1 r. ' laith WlT II itll prao'I O
of] tai' wpori i. i hne.s nettill befriahe
'lt-av . inae lollh lg n jttr litlIr
NEW .TOE.
JTill 21,scober 21h epeiul in
' - ' ' I -.
Wilmington Aidtiselts,
FORWA RDING
AND
Commission Merchant,
WILMIlNGTON. N. C.
PA RTICITLA It attention given to the SALE
or ShIlPMENT of Naval Stores and Cotton,
and liber CASH ADVANCES made on Cot
bignmints. iS
Dee. 1-1, 1853. 7 ly
HENRY BURKHIMER,
W HOUl0SA LE AND) iTAI-L
Tobacco, Sauffl'anad Segar
*SIGN OF T'II INDIAN CIIEI."
NI A ILK F3T'ST3iiL T,
One dour above Witter,
\V I I- M 1 N G T o N , N . C.
OT N. B.-All orders filled with des
pitcli.
Oct. Is, 85 5 ly.
A 'IEs T. PETTE WA Y. GEO. E. 1't1CTClIETT
Petteway & Pritchett.
GENIERAL CO'1.1IISSIO.V AND
FORW WA RDING ME RCIANITS.
NORT WATF.It STOEET,
\Viiiinigton, N. C.
Liberal advances made on cons'gnnent
Oct. 18, 1851 51 ly
Wim. L. S. TOVNSHEN D3.
SuccFsson TO ItrSTON & Townstiresi.
W holesale avai Retail.
NO. :3 13A RKfET ST RII ET,
Wimington, N. C.
Nov. 6. 33l. 2. lyr.
Business Card.
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
D.:ROSSET & BROWN,
VIlAINGTON, N. C.
Colton Factors aiid General Conunis
sion Merchua ints.
B. McLAURIN. .sq.. will (rive per
:Do sonland special attention to the in
teresits ind orders of his fricids in tis
S-;te ind le tadjoining Coniies of Northp
Carilina, who moay lavor these ioises
with their patronge. (insiirnments of
prodnee to tle I louse in New York, either
hy way of ChirIestoi, Georgei*town, (i:
\ilhningtoni, will lie covered by insurance,
if niotice of the shipment le promptly giv.
ell.
:1, 185: 27-tf
HENRY NUTT,
Factor and Forwarding
WVILMIINGT1 , IN. C.
\'ill give proip! pirsonal ittention to tlie
a or lorwi rilnr of Cotton, Nava l.stores.
ri:v other iridteco, or to the purchase
and iorn arditg of .\lerciiidie.
1: rF F.1:EN E : 1
I. P. I I.Lu... Pr't lr''i B'k. Wihning
I)r. Tuoms IL. Wnmarr;I. tonl.
0. G. l'.t($.EY, lrt'r C'l Bk N C.
G"n W. W. IIAt: ..Er-. nr
Ml )oNA r.1 & n re oA%%'.i, *
". . \V. CIAnR.Es,
it ". W. t. Darlingtron.
Oct. d1, 1851 .m V .
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured !
P~t ~tli Ang(us ih, le, G.
l):.u: ent : For severail years pa:st
h:c ensierely allhent ed witih sick hiead.
acheis, anid alter Irvmii every thitng I conl
I at ilast gavse myiself tip as a conilirmted.
to g i'~i i ~I t ive t iantt~ a.o und il pricuredw
at ii' I oi liamlailir., and iiaw :r, I mn hop.-s
ths it ev en t lie t wo tinttle.. have mmilei ai entre
ej ii ntii. 11 it te'aiir thit I ima av e i
rielip-i I hive determiined in coii'ntne it
iingeir. miii I Ienielos~e von 81110 fIIOrlt which
- youii will p lea-v siend its iinny boitt les asi is
enciitomai~ry for thait amintit. I~ Raiil Rtoad.
- Repectull youtrs,
JOllN J. GR EEN.
P. S.--Pevse forwaird by~ expreLos traitn
tr.,Just ReceBiVad,
Isonee, Iadis' ndt Genuts.Ovrho.
Also,-A fine asrtinent of liardwadre, Tin
WrSadhle-ry, &c.
F~atacy Goodst.
I.adievs'. Wood and, Molriica Work-fluxes,
PuTl'iinIxesi,-Port- 3ioine, Segar-(Cami-, lirace
letss, I lair ami Toili llrushesr, D)ressinig, Tueck,
and Puckjet Combts, &c.
Novel,., Poetical W~orks and School Books,
fand a fine assortment of Stationary.
G R OCE R I ES.
IBrowtn, Clarified aiid Crusedi Suigari,
Rtio and .t nva Coifee, ilulasses., Cheese,
Itisronis, l)riedl Figs ,Flounr, Candile,
Soap. T.a, Starchl, P'icklesi, Sardines,
Giniger P'reerve,, &c.
A lsi, it line assoras nt of Cooking litensils,
Fort sate by J. T1. S0O.03ONS & CO
Mailrch 23tha, ld51 21 if
Copartnership Notizca
R. 0. WIB & 00,
llE aderdnedhave associated t hem.
andti HIVe, fur I le transajctiont of all busr
tnesst in the mnercait he Ii n and m ny lbe
fioun~d at the ol standii of Wmt. WVhIIB,
where they willI be hieppy to see anud sic
comodate t heir frienids atnd the pubhlic.
Rt. C. WI11B,
Malir. 15, 18454. 2(1 if
To The Public,
Aucte iousecr's Not ice.
.IA .Al l* 11. CLA RK heirs leave :u utoti.
fy thle cit iz'ense of Htumtervillie and the vi.
einiity, I hat hte is now preparedl to give his
enitire attenitioni hio an y butsine~s in the
aucet ioni Iiue., ie has hiad sonmc expierience.
nntd hiopes byv d1iligence and attention to
merit. i share oif public faivor.
Numisierville, lan. I lith, 1854. 11 ...-ijf
50 Country Hams,
JUTreceived anid ir snle by '
J. T. 8OLWONS & CO.
Maty 17. 180M 20 tr
CAMDEN HOTEL,
Canaden, S. C.
W. M. WATSON
PROPRIETOR.
No.%. 9, 1853. 9 tf
DR. 8T RONG'S
COMOPUND SANATIVE PILLS.
THESE PILLS ARE EN rIJRELY VEGE
TABLE. AND ARE A MOST SUPERIOR
IEDICINE in the cure of all Bilious Com
plaiits, DYespaepsia, Costiveness, Liver Con.
laiit, Sick Ieadache, Loss of Appetite, and all
lingerita4' deisea.ses.
TIEY PIFLIIY THE BLOOD, EQUAL
ME TIlE CIRCi'LATION, RESTO' E
TIlE LIVEMI, KIDNEY'S AND OTHER
SECRETORlY ORGANS TO A IIEA LTiiY
TONE A ND ACTION; and as an Anti Bilious
FlaIily Medicine they have no equal.
Price 25 cents per box.
A LSO.
DR. STRONG'S
PECTORAL STOMACH PILLS.
A remedyfor Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Bron
chitis, Croutp, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Con
sumption, and all discases arising from a de
ranged state aif the Stomach, an- to relieve the
distress and had freling from eating too hearty
fiud, in weak und dyspeptic habits.
Warranted to be Paarely Veg
etable.
These Pills act as an Expectorant, Tnico,
and Aperienit.
'I'hey promote Expectoration, Loosen the
hlilegmvi, and Clenr the Lungs and other Sec
retory Organs of all morbid matter, and there
is not another remedy it the whole )lateria
Meica capable of imparting such healing
l'rolrties to the Lungs and Vital Organs as
these Pills. They Cure Costiveness, proldure
a good, regular Appetite, and Strengthen the
System.
Price 25 cents per box, containing 25 doses
of 3iedicine ..
Call on the Agents who sell the Pills, and
get the Planter's Alnanac Gratia, giving lull
partidilars and certificates ofeures.
loth kinds of the above named Pills aie for
sale in Sumnterville, by
DA RGAN & CO.
And PERRY 3O1L.S.
Who also keeps a supply of Dr. Spencer's
Vtgetale Pills, and Dr. Hfull's Celebrated
Pil s, wicm stop the Chills and Fever the first
July 2G, 1854 39 ly.
Improved Cotton Gins,
Thankfaul for past favoturs the stubscriber wish
es to itiaform tle public that he still mantnfac
tures Cotton Gins it his establishinit in, State
burg, ott the itt inilroved iad approved plan
which lie thintks that the cotton ginnoed on one
of those gins of the late improvement is worth
at least a quarter of a rent more than tle cut.
tona ginieal oan the ordinary gin. lie also lan
nlia'tires thein on the most simpls construction,
of the filest finaish antd of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened whiii he will sell for 02 per Saw.
lae also repairs old gins anl puts them in coin
plee order at the shortest tiotice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punctually attended
to. 'Iv.LIAM ELLItSON.
Stateblrg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
Jew David, Or Hebrew
Plaster.
The great remedy fir Rh-amatism, Gout,
Pain in the Sile, Ilip. Back, Limbs and Joints;
Nerfula, Kinu's Evil, White Swellitng, lard
Tsunors, Still' Joints, and all fixed paitns what
ever.
Where this Plaster is applied pain cannot
exist.
It ha:is been beneficial in cases of weakness,
silch as Vala ail Wea ln'ss in time Stoaninch,
Weaoak Liabis, I.mteness, AflTeeion ,,f the
Long ill iheir lrimury stages. It destroys , it.
flammatiion by perspiration.
James L. Biasyd, Pickens District, South Car
tiliaat, testifica. 1in.t by its use ane, ie was
eired of Ithei tnatisin in built of his knuies, of
several year4 standing,
us"amaana inl Geoaria:
Mtsins. Scav'it. & .1I'A D.- (tente a I hint'
y"nt~ ntyor Livernort and T.,- . cew
Planter very exteia y in my pract ice frr
three years past, ath it is with pleasuire thtat I
state :nay belief itt the~ir supearriority over tall
aother u rti,:lesa, wit hi n hi.-ha I atm acitatmiaed, faor
the laanrpses for a htieh they were r. caammtend-h
edl. 'l'he liebarewa'a ibst.-r, esp.,:rially, i.< an
unaivenalpaacaea faor locial painis. I have also
fmamaid it a tnaast exceilleat applica timan for
Sprainis. andu liruti-es. it gives uniiversal Satis
fac'tiona wheureve'r tused.
5. 8. OSL.IN, MI. D.
Knoaxville, Ga., March 4th, 185..
Th'Ie followinag coarnnoieniitiona is from an
ugent resiling at Tre'ntona, Tenmie.,ser
'lTn E:x-roN. Gibason 'o., TPenit., Nov'. 7, '.19.
31 r:ssas. Scot a a. & MsIEAD.-tdentlemltL-n -~Te
Ilebrew l'la-eter is becoumintg popualar itt this
s elitin, T here is a hady itt thais county who
anys site wontlal inat lie withouit this Pslaster far
live hunamdreda dlollars a yar. Shae was illictedl
lfir sotime timte with an eianhieent oh the
spleetn, which glave lier a great i'eal ot pain.
'I he ,-welling anid paini had! extenade:l up nicirly
tio the armipi:, and. occasiontally site could
sie'ure.ely' breathme. Shte was conttinied for a Con
sidlerable time, adurinag wiih she was attendedl
by s-omte of ouir phlysicianls, bait llhey gave her
anm reliet. She parocuared a box of tihe liebarew
Plaster, anal it relievedl her abntost immie~iately,
atnd niow she l1,eeps a supply of it aaa handt con
stantti, . These facets yona are at libierty to use
as you tink prop.-r--thtey tare substantially
true. lhespectfully Yora&ce.
JESSE J. W ELLS.
A VOICE FROMI GEOIIGIA.
RI'tad the follaintg testimtonty from a Phaysa
cin :-etlemen : Your hlebrew Plaster hmas
c'uread ite ofi painas ofi wlihi I have saiFaered for
tw,.elve years ILeut. Ilhirinig this peria:ti IhIave
labaoredl undier an alIbtaan of my hoitti aita
sIdea. andl irieat manty remtedhie' that imy owna
maelical e'xperiet a smugesteid, but w-ithaaut oh
ttaiig relief. At lentgtht I usedl yaour Plaster,
anda aam nlow by its goaod eflets entirely cnreJ.
I will reconntnetia thec Jew D.aviad or liebrew
Plhaster tma all who are stufl'oring fromt contrac'tioan
of the imscles, aor perumanent~ paints itn the side
or bac.i. Tme people of Georgia hav'e bitt tat
becaamte acutnainted wtithi its irtues alien they
will resort to isue ogatuy
Forsythe, M~onroe Coutity, Ga.
To Mesairs. Scotil & .aead. N. Il., Lat.
CW DAVID'S OIL IIEhItlEW PLASTER
IN NORtl'ii CARlOLINA.
Messrs. Scoval & Mheua: I have been trou.
.t d n, itha thme chronic rhenmatism for the lhat
t welve years. Ont thte last. of July, 18.19, 1
was sma bad tat I coumld nmot turnt mys-sIf itt bed,
and thme pain so !.evere, that I hail nio slept a
winak for sit days. At this timle ny attendhing
phiysiteian prescribed the a. Ilebrew Plaster,"
anid it acted like a chtarmn; the patno left me,
antil I slept more thatn halfI te nightt, aind itt
thtree days I was able to ride out. I conisider
thme "lebrew Plaster " the bestrenmedy for
all sorts of ptain now in uise.
G. W. M'MIINN.
Ilceadersonville, N. C., Augtist 16, 1850.
AIEs W Ait W'O CU A TE RbEI TS
The genuinie will in futmure have the signta
ture of E. 'Tayhor on thme steel late entgraved
lbel ont time topaol' eamch box.
Putrchaisers are advised thmat a mean counter
feit ofi this article is int exi tence.
T'he gi aine is oinly solul by uts, and by outr
ageats appoited thrughaout the Soat,h-..-and
no pedlar is aumeed to seul it. De'alers atnd
purchtasers generally tare c'autionad against.
huymag of anty buzt ott regular agents, other
wvise ttiey wtil be imposedl uponi withi a worth
less artiele.
SCOVIL& MIE.AD,
113 Chmartres street, N. Orleatns, sole Ga-teral
Agemts fiar the Smutthern Staires to whtom all
oraters must inivauriably be adidressed.
SOLD) A LSO BY
Mht-.Ea & liser'-roa,Stnterville, S. C.
'I. J. Wosx MAN, Camden, S C.
Z- 3. lJ,:nAY, Ciumdetn, S. C,
S. lDEAct, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan, 21, 1855 12 Go
Yarn and Osnaburgs.
TIl E ,mubacriber, Agentt for theo Dekialb MIan .
fatry, olliers their goods at .manuftetnrets
parlces. PERRY MOMES.
May 3, WM.
p
.4
Negroes Bo~gt and Solds
TrHE undersigned l"ts opened an office at 19.
16 State Street, Charleston, w iere e ls
hand a numberof LIKELY YOUNG A!
GIMUES for sale from.which le canl sipply the
wants of any of the community. These N .
groe are purchased in Mar land, Virginia,
North and South Carolina. T his lot he is
continually receiving accessions. The highest
prices paid at all time, for negroes.
J. 31. E. SHARPE,
16 Stott Street.
Charleston, Dec. 21,1853. 8 ly
Veterinary Burgeon.
ROBERT W.' ANDREWS notofies the
citizens of this, and the adjoining Districts,
that lie has removed hill Stables near the be;
pot of the W. & M. R. Road,where he isready
at all times to take charge of diseased Iforses
ror a moderate charge ; in all cases where there
is no cure no pay will be expected. He alsO
continues to take Passengers to and from the
Depot, und expects shortly to receive i New
Omtnibus for that purpose. Goods lie will haul
at the old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solieits tihe patronage of the public.
Felb. 22, 1853 17-tf
Home Industry.
THE Subscriber takes this(
method of informing his friendt
land the ptliexc, that he has recently enlarged
his
Carriage Shop,
and procured the services of several good work.
men, and is now ready to build Vehicles of any
description at the shortest notice. lie promises
to repair with neatness and despatch and sat. e
isfy all those who may favor him with patron
age, in cheapiness &c.
R. G. POT'l3.
Lvscnutr)ae, S.C., May10, 1851 28 tf
Negro Shoes,
The subscriber has made arrangements for'
the manufacture of from Four to Five Thousant?
pairs of the above article by the FALL. - For
reference as to quality, Ie would respectfully
reft r persons who may be disposed to purchave'
of hin, to those who patronized him last year'
As to price, lie will guarantee them as lovW as
can be offerded.
May 22 2 J MORGAN.
To the Public,
JOHN CINA offers his services to the'
citizens of Sumter District ar.d the public gen
emily and pledges himself to give every atten
tion to the sale of all properties entrusted to lia
hands on commnissioin, either at auetion or pri
vat,- sal--. 'rie facilities he enjoys, as to sitana.
tion and his long experience in the businese are
satisfactory evidenco of his ability to do justice'
to any who Mail employ him.
Feb 22, 1854. 17 t
Who Wants Money -
Tite sehacriber for one, is porticulcriy ina
wnt of it. and lie hopes that those who have
patronized him so liberally, will continue their
Iriendship by paying up, and enabling him 1y
mnet tite demands of others. "Wheelseatho
imove without grease"
T. D. FRIESON.
Jan. 18. 1854. 12 if.
The Far-famed Medicnel
?1uLbUWnI'D ri AsL,
.Thtese Pills being composed entirely of medl
eimal he. rbs are of a most haarmless nature
wivle thme extraordintary virtues they posses.
have remitered them uhniversally, popular its
m-aarly every pairt oif the wvurld. rhe immense
sauccess they htave met with throughout the
.State is maost extraorditnry. owinag, it iS pm-a
sumtead, to their wondtaerfuh efficacy in the cure
of Biltns comnplaints and dlisorders ofthe. Liver
atal Stomuacha. l'ernons whlopersevere ini uuian
theam in accordance with thte directions, seb
dum falin m being restored to health.
W EA KNEss A ND DE IULITY,-IIESTOft.
ATION'1TO EAf.Tilj OF A GENTLEMAN,
A(G;F, 45, W llEN A T DE A T's DOORi.
Copy of a Letter from the Rev. Charles Snmith,
dated Norton, .M. P'hiips, ntear Bath, Somer
sets/hare, 1th August, 153.
TO PaOFLssoft ttLLOWAY,
. ir,--A .Mr. Josertt Pux-roN, formerly a res
ietnt aof this place, ljad beetn in a declining state
oif htealth for uptwardsof three years, graduitily
wastimg awvay to asthaudow by ntighttly perspira
tiotis uand wat ol appetite, which causmed great
unea~tsiness to his frietnds, as lie had consulted
various medical tinen in Batha, without effect.
lie at last used yoaur Pills, and under provi..
dlencae, was restoredl to health by their means.
lie lately emtigruted to New York,antd lanajust,
w rittet to say, that he wvas never better in
haeahli , and dlesired mae to acquaint you with the
circinntnce. I ought also to mientauon, that
my wife lad derived great benefit f'rorn the use
of yoter Pills. I remnaina Sir, yours respertfully,
CiIAit LES ShIITHI, Iiissentting Mlinister.
A PERM3ANEN'T CLJRtti OF A DISEASED
LIVEU,.OF MIANY YEAltS' DUnIATIONr.
Copy of a Letter fromt Mr. Gumnis, Cheirist,
Y eot'el, le Professor Ilolloarvay.
Dear Sir,--in tis district your Pills cota
inand a amore extensive sale th'in ainy other
ptroprietary amediciane before the publio. As a.
protof ofta heir efilecy ini Liver and lilisus Com-.
ptlaitis I smy mtaaton the follo' ing case. A
lady of this townt with whaom I am personally
negnaaintted, for years nas a severe snhier
fromt disease of the Liver atnd digestive organs.
htermedical attendant assured hier that lie conld
dlo nothting to relieve haer sufTerinigs, and it wvas
not lkely shae cotuld survive many montths.
This annttutrement naturally caused gs
alarm amonig her friends and relationtts, and
itnduced her to make a trial of your I'ills, whirl
so iproved hter genieral health that shte was
induced to conatinne them utii. she rseeiveci'a
pierfect cure. Tihis is twelve month. ago, and
slit- has noit experienced any'symatoms of're
lapse, anad often declares that y our Pills 'bard
been the mteans of saving haer lf.
I remnin, D.ear Sir, yours truly,
July 53rd, 18453. (Signed) J. GAqnts.
These celebrated Pills are ederfsalyqyeac:onm
in the lollowing' conplaisets:
A gue, Diropsy, inflammatien, Sore Throats,
Asthma, D)isentery,.Jaundice, Stotne antd Gray
el, hlilionis Complaints, Erysipelas, 14ver Coms
plaint. Secondary Symptoms, lilutches etn thet
Skin, Bowel Complaints, Cohies, Constiptons
of ;te Bowels, Consumptioni, De.bility, ketiuale
irregularities, Fevers of all kinds, Fits, Gouty
Ijead-atche, Indliyestion, Lumbago, Pale., lihema
matismn, Retention of Urine, Scrofula,.
King's Evil, ii Douloutreux, Trumours il
cers. Ventereal Aictiotas, Worms of all kbth4 '
Weakntess, from whatever eanse, &c.k* ' A
*s* Sot.o AT TulE ESTA5s.tutMEN?'Q1Pr
Fxsson hOLOt~WA V, 244, STRANDt,(nea TM4
tL la a,)Loxuioy, and afso at hlii log$5. -a
A xw Yonx. .Oanyiss for Meditcinea sh
States,ddressead ,Tl. hloz.Lowa s, NW.Vo~
n ill receive due attention,. Sold ahis all
respectable Druggists end D~ealess Is t ldita.
thtroaghtout the Unultmd Sses, inun's at
25, 62 1.2 ets and 5l,utM eentseacfs. 'lTo eaj
V. holesahe of the: principal' Drug I#ussy~ in
the Union.- -
gg There is a coamiderable sasisp by
taking the larger sizs. .
N,.B.--ireentons for the glJanee Olatiente
itn every disorder art'eailixedt to eitrsla fx,
For haxIe ion
Mereb 5th, 1854 'tI yrd
A Lot of taint Boxes
V~ator Colors;) t b~ah

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