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ROBERT A. YONGUE,
COLU H1IA, S. C.
BEGS leave to call the attention of hi
friends and the public to his
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
h addition to his former stock, he has just
received ii new and; extensive arsortmenitt of
GOLD und SILVElt WATCiLES. Mantel
CLOCKS ofevery variety, Silver and Plated
Ware, a large variety ; lilitary ind Faney
Goods Guns, Ri4es, %pportman% Apparatu
Fine I ocket nnd Table Cotlery, und It largo
assortinent of FANGY GOOlDS.
ie prices will be found, on exalmii ation, to
be ut, anoderate ns at any other estaiblishitet
in the South. Th.akfui for past favors, he so
licits a continuance of the palronage of his
formler friends and customers.
larct 15, 1854. 20 1 y.
ICE ! ICE! ICE!
llIE COI.UMIIIA ICEIIOITSI has been
enlirmly rebuilt, so as "to he capalIle (f
holdingseveral thousand tons of It1. adit i. 'I
now opened for the season. Every facility will
be aflorded to persons living at I't distaince to
suply them- regularly. It will le sent offevery
morning, if desirable, by rail rono. pssenler or
freight train; and tle railroad agemnts havelnd
ly oflered to give every favilit v tr its t ratnspor.
tation. We will always have a no: at the
ditTerent, depois to recuive returnied blankets,
Cost of ice two Cents per ponnd ; drayagw.
boxes and packing 37 eents; charges on railroal
, ill be frot 25 to 54) tents per 100 ponitils.
BOATWILIGILT & BAl1tl to.00.
N. B. Blankets are a very conveniintt mmeh
of transporting ice. Blunket's will be furnishied
S lay 10, 1854 23 tf
WILI, be given for the apprelhensiotnt de
livery to the 1aMster of either Workhouse iII
Charleston, or any jail in the State, ofISA A ,
soietinmes called John irown, who, wit imt
any knowu catse, left tin .lamts Il Iill l'Lanti -
tioni on thie 20th of Octolber last. Said fellow
is 5 feet 8 inches in height, imistee com llt ion.
smart, intelligent spoien, ntd is a Carpeter by
trade ; aid when last heard of was inl the lower
country, onl McCord' planutationi. Fiftv dlollars
in addition to thle above reward, will be pa.idi
upon proof to conviction of his being harbored
or employed by a white or colored person.
Apply to J. &J. D. KIRKP'ATIlC1l.
March 29th, 1853. 22 tI.
Factor and Forwarding
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Will give prompt personil attention to thI
sale, or forwirding ofCotton, Naval-stores.
or any other produce, or to the puirchase
and lorwarding of Merchandise.
E. P. HAr.T., Pr't Br'i B'k. ) Wibtitit
Dr. Tnog. 1. Wtimern, totl,
0. G. PAnStEY, Pre't C'l B'k N. C.
-Gen. W. \V. HLuI.r.Es:. M
MctDoN-ArL & CHtA WFonD, S ain
Col. . W . CA nEs,
AGj. L. AYNSWOIt Darinton.
JuiN J. MoonE.
Oct. 4, 1854~ -0 ly.
.ADIES' Boottees anti Walking Shoes, G ii
ters, Kid-Ties, &c. Gets' Ca"lf oin:t, and
Boottees, Iadiesi' anti Getis. Over Shoes.
Also-A fine assortnent of llardware, Tin
Ware, Sadlery, &c.
- Fmancy Goods.
Ladies' Wood an! Moroca Work-1ox-.s,
l'utl'-oxets, Port-M1onie, Segar-('ama, 1:race
-lots, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Dressing, Tuck
and Pocket Combs, &c.
Novels, Poetical Works and School Boo'.r
and a fine assortnent of Statioiary.
G R OCE R I Is
Brown, Clarified ant Cruslhed itin r",
Rio antd Jatva Colhee, ilolaes,a Ches.
Raisonus, Drieid Figs ,Flonr, Can~le,-a
Soap, T..a, Starch, l'iekles, Sardines,
Ginger P'reserves, &c.
Also, a fine assoritment of Coonkitng Vt'-nail.
For sale by J. T. S01.t.3U.NS & Co.
March 22i h, 185-1 -.1 ii
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured !
A ugust :4th, l18j.l. (
Mr. CHAT.E4 Dfritong,
DEAR SIR :For several years p:.st I
have been severely afllicted with sick heoid.
aches, and after tryintg every thing Ii uld
think of, and receiving no beinefit whatever,
.I at last gave mtyself tup as i a conti ritmd.
dyspeptic. hBut heariing of vooir prepairae
*tiont, "The Bab-~omu of Life,'' I conchtiled
to giv-e that a trial also, and procturalw
bottles from youtr Agent D r. TI. A. Ib3.ra i.
of Datrlintgtont, S. C., and fromtte i' time I
begant to take it, I havo not hadI a sutlet
attar k of henache, anid nosw fort i~ mloeti
that even the two bottle. htave tmadm. a cutre
of me. But bearing that I mrnt hue t a
relatpse, I have delermnined to co'ni: tine it
lontger. and I enuclose you $10 00l fori which
you wvillI please sendl as matiny hon iEs ats is
customary for that amiunlt. B~y itiil leuo.
3011N J. GimMhN.
P. S.--Please forward bty expes. ri
Sept. 6, 1851 45~s ti
Seek and ye Bhall Find,
Clothiasg of Erery~ Miuad.
C. P'HILLIPS wouldi respectfully mt
formt the citizens of Sutmter, that Ito i.
now receivintg anud opening~, at thet store
formierly occuipied lty \V..J. Francis, andi~
two doorit above Pterry Moses', a well se.
sorted stock of
Fall amd WViateru 1Ready'
* Made Clotis muag.
Groceries of all kindd anti descriptions,
which he will sell at the lowest pri..
ces for Cash.
Mr. Phillips wvonid also intimtate, thant
h le will open a Tailoring Estabelishmtt~u
very sooni. Uec solicits a share of putb
N. 1.-Just received a fresh suipply of
Ale and Porter.
C. Pf IILLIPS.
Nv. 8, 1854. 2 tf
*BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
GA ITERS, &C,, &C.
*THIE Emporium of Fashtion and Quality,
where may he found a comaplete asstertent of
LJadies' sits' Bos ise n Cbhildrens'
Boot,, Shoes, Gaiters, &c., of almnost every style
*and quality. They are fresh goods anid are all
warranted to give satisfaction.
J. . BR UNSON.
-Next door to It. C. Webb,& Co.
* ar. 22 185-4- 21 tf
- W G. W. BOMA R,
O~htetcorner of Church and Queen- sts
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?ob; 9, 185. 18 -.
Choicei Old B~randy and
11 If .11L
W e 1441.4 n.w In ll r t i nl P 4444 er'ii..Ipi
nior (.Il I Pe;I eef, 4.4.1111h Ilas beeit &PlceLd
by ou rse I 4.es, for rI:'veinn1i po rpto'i. I to
ngor( 11141l 1'441c:eeF, to:r.f o:' . w i 11.4 ptiiitv,
wvIII Ile of1 gre;It Ce;:.'(PI.'q e to 11) I llds
~~vho nec~ ~~it 'i4'4-C.lI1li ., it: .
Iari tt i-c.if la l e4:.'4-.ldk of III. Ii(1 very be
4.Cr~1110TVIN & PA24 R K ULOO,
Boots and 0-1hoes for Sale!
01cts,13oes and Plantation!
Columbia . C.
n1ow4 Jill111114 It.44 l14 C~I411l14
hhlil ;.It 141*,..
4.I'll al., 14' i p: .-1 Im C' .8 11 ori tsil.
41414 441- 144.144 Bro 4ll is wel
0141 f.-i's wll l md 4f-- and4.54'
I Fa11'd,.l ;111i .4
WillI fit: .- 4 .1d 14 Ii t '11- 4 4 i W444 ':4 Il0)
Plantat'icu Si plies and
M:14'1 3., 1. 1; 1 C
o(41h. v li C' ..4:I j,!1.II :
ILt-"1h "lv-Udt .,1.11 xlN, :.I
'BROWNING & LEMIAN
Fruemacia, BMitisIa amd Giersaiau
209 and 211 King-oreet corner of Mar
CIIA RF'I'TO, S. C.
M A tl'TI'NG'.-Intrnin, 3 Plys, Brus
ses ITapestry nil Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin
Cl' ETA IN CA MiIRICS and 31USLINS, ir
E1IlfD IIIEllEID IACE and MUSIU'
Cl!I'TAlIN, nil ptyle'e.
M1 1,T CORN It' I S. in all the new detuigns
CURITAIN IilIPs, IIOIDERS, I,001,8
liltAP'IRV CORDS and BELL ROP'ES
BIlTISIH and AMERICAN FLOOR OI1
SIJ.VER and anII.T" STAIR RODS ant
STAIR CA MPETINGS, of all styies.
WlI'TON, ~VELVET, and AXlMNSTEIl
RIl (S. in great varity.
IITS. PIAINS. KER-SEY, CAPS.&c.
lied and White FILANNLLS, SIIIRTINGS
(C(i'roT N OSNAlil7RGS, of all the beci
Etlihi und American COTTON FLAN.
F renci. Enlish, and American PR11 INS'J
.INEINS OF, RICIIARDSON'S iuperiot
'ltke, for Sheetinis, Sh1irtintgm, Pillow Caset
mahh-ii Damasksi. I Ityl ies, Napki ms, TowelIintgu
Iinlilh k, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers
G ras- Clottlu, & t,.
CL.OTI IS, C AS S 131ER It8ond VESTI NG S
oif hie- French-ods
SEIRV ANT-S CLOTIIS, in all the shaleso
N TI'NET'S, TWEEDS, JEANS and IXN
SEYlis, of till qualittes and styles.
w iTiT A F Ut.I. AN:01R'l METN' OF
Rich Dress Goods.
Itt 1i.KS. TISSI I 'Es, A tREG ES, GR EN
A 1) IN EiS, 31 1'"-1. 1 N'-, & c.
l81l l.\ tZIN LS, A I.PACAS and MOURN.
IN( *) 8. in greal varielv.
I.31 MIllIDElS aml I.ACE GOO D8, of ev.
EV INNG DR ESS Goods in Great variety
A ll thte'a bovte are of our own
mD E EE.cCT-r P"OECTA TNONSi,
andI *.utle at te I.OW EST 3MARKET Pries
TIAllI3S.-Cash, or City Acceptance.
(i l The one price iyslem sttrictly ad.
hered to, mid all Gnod,: Warrantei.
IROWNING &. LEMAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, Gth, 1854. 11 if
A, C, SQUIER,
NO. 208 A N) 210
- 11 A I N S T R L E
COLUlMBIA, S. C. 4
Mlanufacturer and General
)E.1IER IN -
FINE AND PLAIN
7 f Piano-s, Chmair-fs
I GY~~ W VA Lel'A l'ldilt, &. .&
' i*r low price- fir casht. Ite is conuitnt
Iv r'Iteni inc his large asmortment from h6i.
31ANI'FA 'Tl;'IY in Columbia, and Irom
N York,:nd now olTirs a greate-r variety
tn ii uatt. repecially so in FANCY' ANIi
IFINA3111.L) Fl'-RNITFIRE, Sitting ant
Ro!--ing C'htirs, &c.. A'.
A. II. (AI.': & CO.S SUPEIIIOR AND
(.1.'ATYI. 131 PROVED 1) PIANOS, at New
Yorik cash pricest. t.'7 All hianotis or Furii.
tore tohl hi him are warranted for one year oi
Iu.2er. All kisht cf Furniture neatly ant
A lar-- lot of M1AIOGANY VEN EERS in
%ud. 4'it.h i.tier Gabiicti Maker'n Miatcria,ti
r. tiv~ ty.
WAI..l..-APE.R A N 1) IOR)ERING.,
a -t rich avsstrtment.
I miunrals i rvd at short notice with:
I letalie- an Woloi~ld C o1lls.
II w u xild re-spectfIlly invite his frir'endi' nid
he pu!ic gi'enritIly to call and examuline hi,
Marcth 15, 1851. 20 ]y.
JOBIN T. DPARBlY
G. LITTLE & C0,
X.IiTI. Ih J . SCOT. i F.JIE
Next -door to ictrir 11otel
CIIA RI.ESTON S. C.
A inarV' otn hand--A large. anid Fashlionabbhi
Apr. I!. I"5I. 24 ly
White Lead ! White Lead!
ii 40,400 L iS'. 'UR E WJll1T'
J. & J. It. EWARLT,
Coiliumb~ia, 8. C.
Muarch 15, 1S51. '20 l
Who Wants Money ?
The u'tbeirribeir fr one, is patrtienilcriy i
ni aatu if it, andi heo hopeis~ that those wholii have
!:itroiiui.ed himi soi libeurally, wvill continue' thei.
end'ih'ip Iy ptayinug tiP, uni enabling himi
tnwt thu.ei eandul of others. "'Wheescannio
I ~T. D). FRIESON.
N. A. C'OI[EN & ('OI[N,
FOREIGN and DOMVESTIC
~N. 1187 Ens1t Bay),
N \TIIAN A. COIIEN,
I.LA PO1.11 COIIN.
I CI IA R IISTON, S. C.
I n r.) i9i154 22 y
CIanamdes, 8. O.
W. M. WATSON
NoA. 9, 1I53- 9 t f
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
andi corne'r of (,ariuais' re,
COLU '1111A, S. .
Marchu U5, 1851. 20 ly.
DR. C. H. MIOT,
COIAJMIA, S. C.
NEK I R T1IiN (CO UR T' 110OUSE.
Drugs, Myedicimes, Chemi.
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
8IfElCTrED E'XPRIESSLY FOR TilIIt
~a rcht 15, 1854. 20 ly.
Fullings, Bostwick & Ce,
COLI MI31A, S. C.
131AVE Consitanitly on hand the largest
in this place, which they are prepared to
sell fat pricesA liwer than any o ier eitah.
lirlisient in CIIIuirihia.
Their C(lothing jr is imnoullictired by) themi
selves vith particular refeIreiice to t his
market, tilnd they feel warirated tio sav it
is inferior to inion. and S1U1 ,i TIOR ''O
A1061 ('illpj ING ollcred in nt *ay prart
of the couintry. Their biusinresrs is cOtt
ducit'tel upoi the neril'ce cash principle,
anl the price of their &orids imared it,
plain ti.rres upon earch ariiicle h which n
uniforim it y price is nb'ervdI, anid the
inexper ".- '...er i sr k erib!d ro at ke
his purchn. :' as low n rate, ;Is Ihe more
experienced wlal litrer Jviil'de. IPersors
visiiting Columbia are resimetfilly iivited
to anl ex inaini of'mir Stoc k ard prices.
February irth, 1'1. iN5t1.
50 Country Hams,
JUST rveed anrd 1,r sle hy
.. 'T. SO.(JM ( INS & CO.
May 17. ISI1 2) tf
E. R, COWPERTHWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KING, '267 ,STltyI,-:ET,
Five Doors p bolove Wentwo-lin.
CIIA RIAN TU.V, N. C.
Fe b. 2i9, 15. 1I8m.
T HE SUIHSCIH11i'At ofllt-rs for sale on
K vrery reawrmahtfe l-i :.111t(! via le
iiproved nid unimprioedl rIotts inl tie ''owi t
Sumatervill. Fur partieilars, apply ito
A t~il'I). ANLDERSON.
Sirnterville, Jani. 3d, 1.5 1. In-tf.
CO0SF E C T10.1V. . *) F. t NC Y
( N ) .\' 1 ' L I I . ) I , X ! 1 N )
.Ao. 1:"(. JiiehmedJmn Sireet,
COlLUMIA, 8. C.
PAtTIES AND WtFtlnINUS T'UNI!IlE
AT SilOlZTlST NOTICF,.
Wf OIp E LE s NI> RETAIII,.
MaUrch 15, 1851. 2( ly.
a 20: cou t~m~v o b 2 r i
Iy HDSION & ROTH-,,
():)p. T-ipahr:ute i .il t ntterville.
J if e I.Alb, 18.52 1
FO \AS ImN
WII.NIIN(;'ON. N. C.
PA tTICU I.A R. attel.riin ai enl tf the SA .E
r SHIllPMENT of Naal Stores aril Con
:mad liber CAbil Al)V A.NC.S iule n nCi
Dec. It, 1853. 7 1"
C, T. WMASON,
WATCI-MA1 Ei: #& JE'WELER.
IS prepared to do all muuimer oif* wo rk ii li
liRe, with ne:i:ess :ni deip.i eib. i. term
Old Brass and Copper.
hr e Subr.h' wi.' Si .y hi-, i ent I
poturnd ini cash Ni i's in'ir y ijrli I oh ii li is
oir Coppearr, deh'vormu'i a:n his shown.. nrear the
Febnrn:i ry 28. 1 "51 Is f.
ChIlNA anduu Griatte Tea's,
Graaue Dliner andtHr' ~fireafas Pat.u
Ste.ak I ~, iu lutr I ishe,. soiip llowliri
('nstaerd Sitamiia. Iit s. Staid -,
P1reseorve Diu~hes, D urateas. Tumleiitrs,
Gla.- P'itcheirr' and a munbh'r of other aLrt iclesa
just~ recei ed and for rah-* hv
T1..J. SGLO.11',S & CO.
Marei b "2, 1851 t .
..ardware, Paints, and
J1. & J.ll. EV AlIT,
Of)Te'r for sae ti ii very loaw puriers, a laurge anid
well nau'iriedl stocki u,t
P'AIxN'.~, ()II,'.. l) J)Y A.
2tii" Guoodi dlelivered at then D epot free ouf
J. & i. II. E*WAllT'.
Marcih I5, 1851. 0 .
Pa:per Elan iangs,
WVAR I I4OUSIC.
IIOLESAI E & RET'1AIL,
1 17 King .Stret, (''rnemr fj King arnd
JBerr.fo~rd ."irret's, (:harhbston, S. C,
T'iE paubsreribuer iis rece'iing ai largo assnort.
metof the ialiove goodsi.
50.0001 Iilll of' P'apeir Jiningn; 10(00 pairs
of Winnow Shadlesa, 1001 M~Iarrmaes, ofi ev'ery
dewer('iptionr. Alsot, P'illows, Iliai'r, tuen arid
Musilinl Curtainsa. IDiamask. Snatin) ie.aunie,,
Coarnice, lijlid, ijre Scr'eaens Venai tiana lihinadua
All kindse of' luhlurrerim.. anid tie hiiosiie
as itually attended'i toi inii l itsr. bunranches'.
II. Wi. kIlNS3MAN & (CO.
Mar.29,1856 "e ly
COM SIs1ONV u' A 'RIIANTr
OFFaCI:, NoaRiT CO3tMF.I~etAL, WVilAI!
C'iIAllLESTOIN, S. C.
Feb,.29, 1654, 18 n ,
THE Subscriber taken thh
* - method of informing his frierd
ani the pub ic, that he has recently enlarged
and procured the services of several good work.
mien, and is now ready to build Vehicles of an
detscription at the shortest notice. Ile promise.
to repair with neatness and deipatch and sat.
isfy all 1hos who may favor him with patron,
age, mn cheapness &c.
R. G. POTTS.
.vs aG, S. C., May10, 1854 28 if
It. C. WEBB & CO,
111 E undersigned. have associated them.
selves Itogether, under ihe above narne
and style, for the transaction of all bus:
ness in the inerenritile line and mny be
fonnd at the old stand of Wm. WEBlB,
where they willi be happy to see and tc
comodate their friends and the public.
R. C. WEBB,
R, .. WEl1 B.
Mar. 15, 1854. 20 if
The Pubscriber has made arrangement. for
the nanrtfacture of from Four to Five Thousand
pairs of the above article by theFALL. For
ref-rence as to qunality, lie would respectfully
reit r person who iay be disposed to purchase
of hmi, to those who patronized hin lat year
Am Io prie, hie will guarantee them an low am
Canl he offerded.
Mlay 22 2 .J MORGAN.
DRIEDi)-FIGS, RASINS, CANDY,
CiEEE, 1OTTl'.ED) CIDER, PORT.
E Rt, &c.
I1erage DeLains, PrintedJaconets, French
Cimbricks.-Fine assortment of Ginv.
hams, hick and colored, and Embroider-d
Goods, &c. &c.
J. 'T1. SOLOMONS & C0.
M -ireh bth, 1-51. 19 tf
To The Public,
Auuci iO eer's Notice.
.IA .\l ES ii. CLA RK hegs leave to noti
v tle citizein of Siiniterville and the vi
einitv, that lie is now prep-red to give his
entire attention to any business in the
auction ie. lie has had soie experience.
and hopes by diligeice and attention to
mterit a share.' (if ptiblic favor.
S"iouervilP lan. 1!th, 1854. 11--tif
'T' silht-rihers are now in recnipt. ol
dior SPIIUNG ArJl) SUMMERL STOCK,
o'onsit ing of ever- vanrity of Gents' and
le..2 ' dress ioids. Groceries, Ilard
ware &C.. . i' they are prepared to sell
as clap as m his itarket can afibrd. Pleast
catllI al examine fIor yourselves.
R. C. W E1J)B & CO.
A;lr., 5. 1 5 4. 23. t f.
Land for Sale,
In tile Towas of Sussatcr
I o[Tr for.ale that part of the tract 01
hird in Simirterville. known as the Norton
ihrind, lving between the illage and the
rtin of Turkev Creek, in all 'about twi
hutdred acres, I wi'l divide it into lots it
stit purchasers. but would mutch prefer ii
sell the whole together. Terms rmaule
easy and acroninoatting to purchasers
appy to the subscriber.
Wn. LE W IS.
Jtiiie 2l. 1854. 21 if
(L) \Vaitclinan copy.
Tird j1.-)oor Southf the Town Hu
andit nea'rly oppoI(site inadal & Wa'tsoni
flI lE stibsceiber wvould respectfully in,.
fohrm t cit Ciizetis of SumttervilleI ant
lie public genter;ally, Ithat hre has opemied al
lie above pilae a genteral assortment 0
Dry Grods, Baits amid Shoes, I lata an<c
(Capls. I lardwvare, Crockeryware, &c. &c
Aso. A Chitice lot of Fatmity Groceries o
every descriitiont, with, lFruit of variout
kinds, such) as Oranges, A pples, Letmons
&cr. &c., which he will sellI very low foi
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 ly
Look Up Street.
Win C tAitx's ItOTELBi is still in op.
er ition-(thainks to the kinidness of gooid
Zriends)-reardy to receiveo customters, rnil
'nitertanin themi. to their ent ire satisfatin.
\r. C. is resolved that his H otel shrill not
Ire exceiled by any houise in the couint ry.
Everytin th le market can furnish shall
be spread upton his table, well pooked anti
cleanly. Th'le beds are all in good order,
andI shall lie kept so. Give him a trial
a.nd Mr. Clark pledges satisfaction.
Jarn. 11, 1854 11 tf
-To the Public,
JOhIN (ClliNA til-irs' his services to the
citizensu of umter District andi the public gen,
i-rally ande pledges himnself to give every atten
tin to the nale of all piropenrties entrustedl to his
hands un conuiisin, either at auetion or pri
Ivat' isal-. The fac'ilities he enjoys, as to situa
Itioti atad his lonfg experience in the business are
s'atisfactory evidene of his ability to do justice
to tany wtho mary employ 17im.
COL UNMIA, S. 6'.
WVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Pure Drugs, MAedicinese, Chei micals,
Pefuery, Facy A rtides, Birushes,
(,'lassware, Dy~e-Sinjs, and all kinds~ oj
GENUWNE AND) PPULAR P5ATENT
A comipleto assortment, of the best quality,
and at the Iov-est prices.
Msltth 15, 185-1. 20 Jy.
Boots & Shoes.
JA MES FE NTON,
COLUJMBJA, S. C.
II AS constantly on hand and Is daily receiv
ing fresh supplies of all kinds of Ladies and
G entlemen's Hoots andI Shoe~s of the latest fash.
ions. Also, FIIIESJI C ALF-SK INS and SOL E
tLEA'llERi for Hoot-makers.
M~archt 15, 1854. 20 ly.
J. B, NIXON,
PROPIETOR OF THE
Corner Queen and Chiurchj-sts.
Charleton, lii O.
Feb. 29, 1854, 1 ly,
COMOPUND SAWATIVE PILLS*
THESE PILLS ARE EN IRELY VEGE
TABLE. AND ARE A MOST SUPERIOl
MEDICINE In the cure of all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Liver Com.
plaini, sick Headache, Loss of Appetite, and all
TIIEY PURIFY TIE I1L0OD. EQUAL
IZE TIE CIRCULATION, RESTORIE
TIlE LIVER, KIDNEY'S AND o'riti
SECRETORY ORGANS TO A HEALTHY
TONE AND ACTION; and as an Anti Bilioux
Family Medicine they have no equal.
Price 25 cents per box.
PECTORAL STOMACH PILLS.
A remedy for Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Bron
chitis, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Con
sumption, and all dmseases arising from a de
ranged state of the Stomach, an- Ito relieve the
distress and bud feeling from eating too hearty
food, in weak and dyepeptic habits.
Warranted 1o be Purely Veg.
These Pills act as an Expectorant, Tnico,
They promote Expectoration, Loosen the
Phlegn, and Clear the Lungs and other See.
retory Organs of all morbid matter, and there
is not another remedy in the whole Materia
Medica capable of imparting such healing
properties to the Lungs and Vital Organs as
these Pills. They Cure Costiveness, produce
a good, tegular Appetite, and Strengthen the
Price 25 cents per box, containing 25 doses
Call on the Agents who sell the Pills, and
get the Planter's Almanac Gratis, giving lull
particulars and certificates of cures.
Both kinds of the above named Pills are for
sale in Sumterville, by
DA RGAN & C0.
And PERRY MOSES.
Who also keeps a supply of Dr. Spencer's
Vegetable Pills, and lr. IinlI's Celebrated
Pills, which stop the Chills aid Fever the first
t y 26, 1854 39 ly.
Improved Cotton Gins.
for past favours the subscriber wash
en to inform the public that lie still manufac
tures Cotton Gins at hir establishment in State
burg, on the most improved and approved plan.
w% hich lie thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gins of the late improvement is worth
at least a qunrter of a cent more titan the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. He also man
ulactures them on the most sinipli construction
of the finest finish and of the bt'st materials ; tt.
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which he will sell for 62 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and puts them in coin
plete oriler at tlie shiortest noiice. All orders for
Gins will be prot|Ytlv and paictually attenied
to. U \VLLIAM ELLISON.
Statehurg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
.ROBER W. ANDREWS nototfies the
citizens of this, and the adjoining Distrirts,
that he has removed his Siables near the )r.
pot of the W. & M. R. Road, where he is ready
at all times to take charge of diseased Horse,
for a moderate charge ; ii all cases where there
is no cure no pay ill be expected, le ulse
continues to take Passengers to rd froin the
Depot, tn' experts shortly to r:aive a Newv
Omnibus for that purpoise. Goods lie will haul
at the old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solicits the patronage of the public.
Feb. 22, 1853 17-tt
M11anulacturer and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every description, Non 124, Meeting street,
and 33 Wenitworth street, next to the old stand
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
BIoWN & DeRUBSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors and General Conzns
sion Mferch ants*.
B. McLAUJRIN, Esq.. will give per
.11 sonal and special attemitioni to the in
erests amnd orders of his friendsi in th~i.
S:ate amid the atdjeoinimng Counties of Norul
Carolina, who maiy favor these Ihonse:
with their pattronage. Consaigtnmient s o
produce to the Hotise in New York, eit hit'
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, ci
WVilmington, will lbe covered by insurance,
if notice of the shtipmnent he promptly giv.
Miy 3, 1853 27--tf
Negroes Bought and Sold,
TIlE' undersigned has opienied an office at No.
16 State Street, Charleston, where he has cop
hande a numbher of LIKELY YOUNG NE.
GRO(ES for sale from whiech lie can supply the
wants of any of thme community. Thhemee Ne.
groes are purchased in Maryland, Virgiina
Nortie amnd South (Carolina. ''o his lot he is
ceintimual ly receivring accessions. The highest
prics paid at all times for negroes.
J. M. E. SIIA RPE,
16 St ata Street.
Char Lston, Dec. 21, 1853. 8 ly
3. B. N. HAMYMET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Office next door to J. B. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
March 22, 18,53 21-tf
AT TIIE OLD STAND OF 8. & J. GILDER'I
S.& E. M. G IL BEIRT
continue the CAR RIAGE.
-IJUSINEX8 at the above
standl-No. 35 and 4() WVentworlh-street
Charleston-where they will be pleased Ir
exhibit to their old friends and customneri
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, corn.
prising those of their owvn manufacture,
together with various othier styles usually
found in this market. Their long-ac~quaint.
ance with this market as manufactureri
and dealers wvill enable them to off'er greai
inducements to purchasers both in stylei
March 15, 18.54. 20 ly
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this method of informing the cItizens
of Sumterville and vIcinity,
that he has just openened on
the corner above Clark. flo
tel, his NEWV CABINET
W A REROOM, where he will keep for sale1
cheap, all such furniture as comes under this
department of his trade; anti will furnish for
cash, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
irniture made. Repairing executed at the
Mahogany and plain Coffins furniished with
'Fe b. 8, 1854. 15 t'.
L ADIES RESS COOB8.
Tissues, Herages, Colonhroed Silks. Plain
and fringed Black Silks. Printed and Pin
Jaconet.&c. &c. P'or sale by
J. T,8QLOMON &Co.
June28thi 1854, &4 ti
For' time Comaplete Oure of
COUGHS, COLDS, INFLUENZA
O" BLOOD. 4- ALL UTIER LUNG
COMPLAINTS TENDING TO CON.
This preparation i getting into v'se all over
our Country. The numerous letter@ we re
ceive from our various Agents, informing usof
cure; e-ecteld in their ilmnedli te neighborhoods,
warrant us in saying it is one- of the best, if
not the very brst Cough ledicine now before
the publi. It almost invariably reli.ves and
ot unfrequently cures the very . worst cases.
W hen all other Cough preparations lhaiLve fail
ed, this has relioved the patient, as Druggists,
dealers in medicines.and Physicians can testi
fy. Ask the Agent in your nearest town, what
has been his experience df the effects of this
Medicine. If he has been selling it for any
engih of tme hie will tell vou. *
T IS THE BEST I MEDICLNE EXrTRACT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters
we have received lately regardit g the virtues
of this melicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga.. says:
lhave been using your Lirerivort and Tar very
extensively in my practice for three years past,
and, it is with pleasure I state my belief in ist
superiority over all other articles with which I
am acquatitd,for uhi, h it is recommended."
Mes.rs. Fit-.gerald & Benners. wiriting from
Wnynesville, N. C. say:-" The Li'erwort and
Tar is beconing daily more poi,ular in this Coun.
try, and we think jmitly so. All who have tried
it speak in conmendlable tei ms oj it, and say it 4
ts very benejicial in alleviating the conplaintsfor
which it is rcrommiended."
Our Agent i l'ickens District, S. C. Mr. S.
R. McFall, assures us " thathe uses it with great
bentjit in his own fatily, and reconnends it to,
his neighbors." lie gives an itantantofa Negro'
wonan, in his vij inity, who had been suffering.
with disease of the Lungs for nnny years, at
tenided with severe cough, who was relieved
by the Liverwort and Tar.
Snell are the good reports we hear of this
Medicine frot all parts of the South. For a
report of the saurprising cures it has performed
in the Western tand Northern an Ea tern
States, we would invite the suifering patient to
read the pamphlet which accompanies each
bottle. T o all, we say, have hope, have hope !
TRY TIlE 1EDICiNE!!
BE WAltN 'D IN SEASON! !)
And negleet not that congh whieha is daily
weakening yaWr constitution, irritating your
thrt-at niad I 1(and inviting on that dread dis
Case, Conanu m1tt, Whei SO soothing and Ical
itng a remedy can he obtained as Dr. Rtoger's
Syrup of Livernort and 'Tar.
BEWAII- OFCOl'N'Eli'EITS 4ND
The ge'tanine article is signed Andrew Rog.
ers, oat the engraved wrapper around each bot
Price, $1 per bottle,or six hottles for $5. Sold
wholesale and retail hy SCOVIL& h31EAD,
111 Chartres St. bet. Conti and bt. Louis,
N. 0., sole Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders and applications fur Agencics
must be addressed.
SOLD ALS0 BY
3111.LTR& Bit -TON, Sumterville, S. C.
1. J. WORtMAN, Camden, S. C.
Z. J. l)EnAv, Camdenm, S. C,
S. Vixcij, Orangeburg, S. C.
June 12, 1851 G Mo,
The Far-faned M1 edicine
HOLLOWA 'TS PILLS,
These Pills being composed entirely of medi
einal ha'rbs are of a most harmless nature
while thet extraaordinary virtues dtey possess
have rendered them. unaiversally ppliar in
nearly every p art of thie woirid. Pihe smmnee
success they have met wvithi throiughiout the
State is most extraordinary. owinag, at as pre
sained, to their wnaderful efficacy ina the cure
of Bilious complaits and~ disorders ofthec Liver
amd Stomach. Persons who persevere in tasing
them in accordanace wIth thes directions, sal
dom fail in beinag restored to health.
WE~AKN ESS AND) D)EIILITY,--RESTOR
ATIlONT'lO IEA LTf OF A GENTLEMAN,
AGED 45, WIIEN AT DEATH'S DOOR.
Copy of a Letter from the Rev. Charles Smith,
dated Norton, St. Philips, near Bath, Somner
aetsire, 17th August, 153.
TO PRtOF~sson taomt.ow~y,
.Sir,--A .Mr. Josan P'UxTon, formerly a res.
idlent of a has place, had beena in a declining state
of health for upwards of three years, gradually
uynstinag away to a shadoaw by nightly perspira
tions and want of appetite, whilcha cauased great
unaeasmeiss tohis frienads, as he htad consulted
various medical men in Ilath, without elTect.
lie at last used your P'ills, and utnder provi
dencee, was restonred to healtha by their meas,
lie lately etnigntted to New Yurk,and haasjust
writtent to say, that lie warw never better in
health, and desired nme to acquainst you with the
ccaemhiance. I ought also to mtention, that
my wife had derived great benefit from tihe use
of your Pills. I remamn Sir, yours rempe. tiblly,
ChlARtL ES ShMITHl, Iissenating Minister.
A P'EItaANENTl GUlst'. OF A UDEASED
LIVERe, OF MlANY YEARtS' DURATION.
Copy of a Letter fronm Mr. Gamia, Chemtst,
I'covil, to Professor Ilolloseay.
Dear Sir,-an this district your Pills roam
and a mtore etnsive sale thin any othier
piroprietary medicinte before the puablic. As a ,
proof ofthzeir elicacy in Liver and Bilious Corn. ~
plaint. I may amnutn the follo" ing case. A
lady of this town with whoum I am personally
acuainted, for years was a severe suLIferer
from disease of thu Liver and digestive, organs;
huermedical attendant assured hter that ha could
do ntothaing to relieve her suirerinags, and it was
not iikehy site coutld survive many months.
This anntouncement naturally caused'great
alarm amnong hter frienads and relations, and they
induced her to make a trial of your Pills, whichI
so imuproved her general health that shte was
induced to conitinue them unttia dhe received a
perfect cure. Tlhis is twtyeve monthas ago, and
she haas not experiealced any symtoams of re
lapse, and often declares thaat your Pills have
been the means of saving hierli fe.
- I remain, Dear Str, yours truly,
July 53rd, 1853. (Signed) J. GAMIs.
These celebratedi Pills are wvonderfully ejicactous
ian the followoing comnplaias:
Agne, Dropey, lnllammatio~n, Sore Tiiroats,
Asthma, Dysentery, Jaunadica, Stone and Gray.
el, lihous Complaints, Erysipelas, Liver Com
plimt, Secondary Symnptpms, Blutches oss the
skin, Bowel Comaplainta, Colie's, Conastipation
of the Bowels, Contsumptions, D~ebility. Femtale
Ieregularition, Fevers of all'kinds, lFits; Gout,
liead-ache, IndIgestion, Ltumbasgo, P'iles, lithet.
mtalism, lBetention of Urine, Scrofula,. or
King's Evil, TIic Doulotureux, Tumnours Ul
cers, Venereal AlTectionas, Wormis of all kind.,
Weakness, froan whatever catissn, &c., &c.,'
* SOLD AT TritE E$Tf 1aM 5"aset o1 Pa@.
wmasoat hlot.L~owA, 2-1-4, bTaRAND,(ne'ar TKM
PLE IIAa,)LONDoN, anti alo tt his dioUsy a
-Naw- Yonx. Ontnensi for bledacinesu ta the
States, adidressed ,T'. hlot.a.owA va, Naxw Yongi,
isill receive dute attentaion. Sold also lby all\
respectahle Druigglsts tnnd Ob'aler, Ut blodiines
tharoughutt tho Uniita States," tat tioxes~ at
37 1-4 ents anid $I,50 cent- each. ''o be. lad
Whtokesahi of -the prtinqipal lDrug litonses in
[37 There. is:a': ensidlerable sa lag by
taking thte larger sizes.>
N. .--irections4 lfo the guidatnce of pnatients
ut every dsisraler tate altlised to each ,buG,
. M--CGJIF\'N& (t)