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ROBERT A. YONGU
Ba-COLUiM H ZA, S. 0.
BiEds leave .to call tie attonon of hi
riends and- the publilo ghh
Large and handsome Stock
OF JEWELRY, &c.
In addition to his former stock, lie has just
teceived mt new and extensive amortment of
GOLD' and SILVER - WA'rClES, Mntmitel
CLOCKS of every 'variety, Silver and 'lated
pre, a large variety ; 11lltary and Faney
Goods; Guns, Rillem, Sportsmain's Apparatm,
fine Pocket and 'able (ntlery, and a large
assortmentofFANCy G00 i4.
ili prices will be fonnd, (in examnination, to
be tiu sooderate us nt any othter entallislhinent
* the South. Thankful for past ihvors, he 0o
cits a continuance of the Intronage of his
ormerfriends and customiers.
March 15, 1851. 210 ly.
-CE ! ICE!CE!
UIE COLUMBIA iC E HlOJsE ins heeni
- entmirly re built, so as Lto be capable of
holdingeoveral thousatd tonts of ICE, nd is
now opened for hlie season. Every facility will
be aflorded to persons living at a distance to
sOuply-thmn regidarly. It will be set oll'every
morning, if desirable, by rail rmo, passemger or
fre ght train; and the railroad ugemts havin kind
yofred to give every facility tor its tranmspor
tation. Wo will always have U. mmanm at th1e
diTereit depots to receive returned blaikets,
Costofice two centts per pomid; drayage,
boxes-and packing37 conts; charges On railroad
- ill bo from 25 to 50 cents per 10) pomdtl.
wOATWiG11T & BlmjKu I.()(,
N. 3. lamnkeis are a very conveniient mmle
of transporting ice. Blunketsm will bie furniIhed
Allay 10, 1851 28 tf
W LI. be given for the apprehensionmand de
livery to the Master of either Worklimse ini
Charlestona, or any jail in the State, ofISA AC,
sometimes called John lBrown, wlo, witmomu
any known cause, left the James Hill l'amta
tion on the 20th of Otober last. Said fm-llow
is 5 feet 8 inches in ieigit, mustee complexion,
smart, intelligent spolenm, amd is a Carpente r lay
trade ; and whon lust heard f was min tlie imwer
country, oal MeCord's pmlniotion. Fifty dollairs.
in addition to the above reward, will be paid
* upon proof to conviction (if his being huirhored
or employed by a white or colored person.
Apply to- J. & J. 1). K i t Kl'AI'lt IIT.
March 29th, 1853. 22 if.
Factor and Forwarding
WILMiNGTON, N. C.
Will give prompt personni natention to the
same, or forwarding of Cotton, Naval-stomres
or any other produce, or to the purchase
and forwarding of Merchatdise.
E. P. IALr., Pro't Br'i B'k. Wilming
Dr; Tos. 11. VarttT, ton,
0.- G. PARSLEY, Pre't C'l 1'k. N. C.
Gen. W. . iAtLn..,
McDoxar.n & Ciaw1,Fronn, "INInon,
Co. V. . Cnvut frs,
G L . W. -MCCAL.t, Darlington.
Maj. W51. HA:NswonRTu,
JOHN J. MonnE, 1Smter.
Oct. 4, 1854 .19 Iy.
LADIES' Boottees and Walking Shoes, G ni
ters, Kid-Ties, &c. Gents' Calf lloots, and
Boottecs, Ladies' and Gents. Over Shoes.
Also-A fine assortmet of lHardware, Tin
- Ware, Sad lery, &c.
I "ancy Goo(Is.
Ladies' Wood and! Moroca Work-Boxes,
Puf'-Boxem, Port-Moniea, Segar-Case', Brace
lets, Hair and ''ooth Brnsbes, Dressing, Tuck,
:an:d Piobket Combs, &c.
Novels, Poetical Vorks a;nd Sohool Bloolks,
and a fine assortment of Stationary.
Brown, Clarified and Crmshed Sugars,
Rio und Java CofMee, MIola es, Cheese,
taisotns, Dried Figs ,lomr, Candl-s,
Soap, 'a, Starch , iedeA., ardine.s,
Ginger Preserves, &c.
Also, a fine assortmentt oft Caoiking Utenmsils,
For sale by .l. T1. 8OLOMO1NS & CO
M larchi2ith, 1851 21 if
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured!i
PAULDING CQLUN'r, D.TaN, GA.,
Auagust 26ith, P1854.
MUr. C1irAn.EsI UKALug,
*Dnn Sin: For sev'eral y'ears past I
'a have been se erely ialmle wishm sick hemadm.
?/ aches, and after tryinag every thig I could
think of, anid reciving tno benmelit whmatever,
I at Iast gave amyself upi as at comlirmed.
dyspeptic. But. hearinag of yotnr pmrepatra
tioni, "iThe IHalsomt of Life,"' I conctludie
- to givo that a trinmi also. nimd parmcured two
bottles froma vonir Agent Dr. 'T. A. Da.rgtan.
of Darinagiosi, S. C., and froazm the timte 1
began to take it, I heave not laa a statgIle
a ittack oh hteadachea, andt noaw tet I in htopes
that even theo twvo bottles im~ae madie a cure
of mne. But learinag thmat I may have a
relapse, I hatvo detaerinted to caa'nt inute it
lohger. and I enaclose you $10 Ol foar wich.I
you will please senal its many boitt!es ns is
eustomary for thati ;amoauntt. Ily Rail Road.
-K.. P. S.-PlIease forard lay exprenss train
Se pt. 6, 18~54 -15 t
Seek and ye Bhall Find,
* Elotii g of Everyv Kisad.
- C. PHI LLIPS wottha respectfuy 11'itn
~nrma the citizents of Sumtter, thmat lie is
ridw-receiving atnd openting, nit time store
formerly occupied by WV..J. Francis, ammni
twvo doors above Perry Moses', a well as
sorted stock of
Fall amid Wierni R endy
a-> ---A LSO.
~roceries of all kintds anda descriptions,
whch he will. sell at time lowest pri
ces for Casah.'
Mr. Phdllips wotnld also intimnate, thmat
he will open a 'Tniloritng Estblishmmeant
ver'y soon. Hie solicits a share of pub.
lioK.---nsto received a fresh etipply of
- C. Phl L LIPS.
-'Nov. 8, 1854. '2 t(
BOOTS, SHIOES, TRUNKS,
6 GAITERS, &C,, &C.
- dHFE Emporium of Fatsihian andi Qatality,
thelar-nay bae fpund a. complete assortmenit of
L.Iddles'. MIeias' Boys' Maismas atnd Childireams'
>H Ioofs2$ljoes, Gaiters,&c., of almt:4t every style
~aK~'.nd qualiit. They are fresh goods anti are mill
- arrated togive satsfactoion.
x~?~t door to R. C. Webb,& Co.
1854- 'JI tf
N&8R CARSON &SON,
- COMMISSION MERCIIANTS,
" $4 CfARI1XSTON,S.C.
A f JNOfe, Boyce 4 Co's
J~ W ICAIWO .tsi on Whaarf.
ijk~tadw thef care,i
Choice Old Brandy and
We have now in store onme very supe
rior Old Brandy, which ias been ielected
by ouirselves, lor mnedicinal purpomes. Its
age and nIlildiness toge'tle-r with Its purity,
viII Ie of great Coniisequeice to ilnvalhIis
who ure necessitatedgW to use it.
----A L' ,-- -.
A variety of very seiect \Vines, consisting
Old YIedeira, Old Port WIn41,
1Irowun Slac ry, I'ale S Carry &
Paar1c Claret Witac,
Imported by ourselves, all of which we
warranut genuine, and of the very best
For ,ale by
ROATWItlTGAI & UARKULOO,
Court IIoutse Raige, Colunbhia, 8. C.
July 26, 1864 39 tf
Boots and Shoes for Sale!
W. s. W oDn.
an crIer na-d S)-enier i a
Boots, Shoes and Plantation
I 5 aicharis.osa Street,
Columbia 1, C.
A'S if,%% oil hiatn a opteisrm't
oI the above :nti.:lus, which are ollbr.
ed at Ii lmlvest pi e -s Tor CASHI or its
11is stock (if I'laitiaion ll rogants is well
northy thle atten-1tion ol'Phanters, coinsistino
ol \ 's nled imd e'gged .Broganis alid
A genera I as-rtment of I Milisses
:tiid Chilrinis S1ioes ofall classes,
Gent's fine Dress, 3113) ;and Stitlhed
11oots of his owit iniinlitctu re, to which
le invites an ex;m In intiol,
ininio.s of ali desicriptions. Fitne
Freti-hi aitl American Calf tS'kitis which
will be made to order It the shortest no.
W. S. WOOD, 11,5- Itichardson-st.,
Clumtiz~bia, S. C.
Oct. i1, 18.51 .50 t
Dealer it ProvisionsJ, Flour1,
RA ACOX, G OC KRIAES. 3WIkS.
LLQUORS, 16'.I RS, TOLAUCO.
TA'E. S, &C.
Plantation Supplies and
COUNT Il Y PR [>)iCE-.
TEA, M OLA81-8. CII Il1SN, &c.
1 14-, Richardson S/rect,
CO2LlU.3it, S. C.
March 15, 18. 20 ly.
SU M' tVILLE, . .
-. E. MiOstuaaers!
Olrhrs for sale at the store f'orierily oceni.
pied by B. Greeivaidd, next door to the
ofice of Capt. F. Sniiter, a I lRG IE and
well selected stock of PA L.1, AN 1) WIN
TER Ready Mado Clotilng of all gnahi.
ties and szizes, which ie will dispose ot at
least Itrenlyfire pr cent lower than ally
other hont.e in town. The puhic are re
pectfully invited to call and examinie for
J. SCillM WR IN,
Oct. 4th, 18 1 .19 tf
Niitmterv ille, %. O.
JRispLcifulhly iiinrm the p*eople iof *nm
ter I )isic at h ii~ e ha,, just reeile .1 aind
nlow oflern for isale thme bies. selected andt
mosit chtoice stock of
Fall aissd WViaiter
Thlat caniiot h, suirpasswt h unthting in this
imarkcet. lIeh has received maniiy now styles
which purchasers nt uiil do wellh to t-xainei be
fore hoiying else wheire.
,V 1ES'T IN(G S
A full and hirge sotluty of ITisiery, Shirts,
Drawiers, G loves, Suspend~ers, Cravatsu, 11land
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assortenit oif ItJCA I)Y MADIC CLO
T1IIING, wthichl will lbe sohl how.
D uj/ Ga rmenits mtanniitutred thv lie stubcri
her, ainid wa.rraned to give samtis~ht'tion. Or
d~ers from a1 dhitance- promtily attiended..i to.
Sepjt. -tth. ]85 1- if
Guns, Ammunition, Fishing
Ala~uactu, i m',Iimetria iI Wholesale
amll RetadsiI Dea),.lier in /iho1t, Guns,
Tioietlher weith a goeeral aissri tient of
IV. E- Coi'. of W's Val~t tasad
SMecesad NIi'Ett" Paiiladel4~plajia.
All if whbich, anid siteh other airtwties as
beloi to hiis l ine of itn.-intess, will be 1ohl~
as low as enl lhe aitlardied by anyv estiablishi.
ment in the Un iitedf Stateus.
Itt testiiony o1 his si i as a mnanuttfact iir
er, the Frankm luIistitlute of P'hd adelphtia,
hais awa rde'd to himt sineo I$10, two) certi
cates, six silver mnedlaIs, and nil tincal
preiun; andti in I185 , i le Crystil Pa1;late
of New Yoi rk, awa rded to lim'iia mtedl , I le
ottly onie awariled for Shut, G unis and Ri
fles int lhe Uniiited States.
"~ rider's Spo~rtotg Ainecdotes,'" ill is
rative of certain variet ins of Amluercani
G;ame, with rematfrkt ott the Character of
lie Doug, Field Dntres, Snipe, Woodcock,
Rail, Part ridge, Du)ckI andi Pidlgen matchI
shootinog, oin the RIen Ilutinlg or Read
Birtd, Grass Plover, Ililulieaiied or Gobiler
Plover, Cainvass Bluck and Red holede
Duck. Amnericant W Igeon, Senupij Duck
anid Canamda (Goose.-Price $1.00.
Addrests .IOIIN KRIIER, Second anti
Wa 1nut, Ph iladelphl*iat.
Aug .10, 1854. d4I ly.
THOMAS -4.NICK ERSON
. CHARLESTON, S.C.
Feb 29, 1854. 18 ly.
IH. L. BUT1"TERIE 1LD,
Feb. 29. 18i4. ja i y
" BROWNING & LEMAN 1
Free., BritI-la nid Gerissan
209 and 213. King-sroet corner of Mar.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Ply.s, Brus
seIR Ta pvstrV nd Velvmts.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
CUIRTAIN CA31BRICS and MUSLINS, in
E31IIROIDERED LACE and MUSLIN
CUlRTAINS, all styles.
G IUV COItN ICI'S, in all the new designs.
CURTAIN GIMIPS, HOLDERS, LOOPS,
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties. .
BIRITISI and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
C LOTI I S.
sII.VER ndr GILT STAIR, RODS and
STA I R CAR P ETINGS, of all styles.
WIlu'ON, VELVET, and AXMINSTER
RU(S, in great variety.
PLANTATION WOOLENS--H LAN
K ETS. PLAINS. KEHlSEYS, CAPS.&c.
Ied and White FLANNELS, SIlIRTINGS,
COTTON OSNAIIURGS, of all the best
Enaglish and American COTTON FLAN
Freich, English, and American PRINTS.
liNENS OF, RICIIARDSON'S superior
Tlke, for Sheetinme, Shirtigs, Pillow Cases,
iable Danmsls, Dioylies. Napkins, lTowellings,
Ilinekahal ls, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diaper,
G ramss Clot his, &c.
Cl.OTIIs, CASSI3IERS and VE'STINGS,
of best -rench Goods.
SEIRVANTS CLOTI1I, in all the shadesof
NATINETS. TWEEDS, IEA N and LIN
SUEYS, of all gnalities and tyles.
WIT11 A FU.L ASSORITMSN T OF
Rich Dress Goods,
in Si LCS, TISlSUES, BAREGES,GRIEN
A )IN ES, 311,1 LINS, &c.
11031 I5AZINES, ALPACAS andI MOURN
ING (48 ))IS, in great variety.
EMIIilODEiI -Rs nd LACiL GOODS,ofev
EV ENING DRESS Gooi in Great variety,
A 1l 1 htjabove art of onr own
antI ot-lired at the LOWEST31A RK ET Prices.
TEll3MS.--Cash, (or City Acceptance.
J' The one price syslemn strictly ad.
hered to, iu al al G lc Warranted.
IIROWNING & LEMAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, Gth, 1854. 11 if
A, u. SQUIER,
NO. 208 AND 210.
M A I N S T R E E T
COLU IIEI A, S. C.
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PLAIN
n e, a a U a mr D,
V.'XW A.lA PE R, &.c. &c. &c.
At very low prices for eash. iHe is constam
ly reienishiig his large assortntent fron his
MANi'FAC1OR' in Colutnia, anti rom
New York, and nmw offlers a greater variety
thian Isiml, especially st iln FA NCY AND
ENA31El.LEiD F'RNITURE, Sitling and
lsocking Chairs, &c. &.
A. II. GA LE & CO.'S SIPlERIOR AND
GIEATL.Y IMPROVEI) PIANOS, at New
York cash prices. Ec_" All Pianos or Furni
lure sold by him ire warranted for one vear or
longzer. All kinds cf Furnitture neatly and
A large lot of MAIIOG ANY V ENE ERS tn
hand, n ith other Cabinet Maker'n ilaterials, in
WALL-l'A PER A N D BORDERING, a
lare and rich assortment.
Z- Fmrals .trvld at tsort notice Willh
1talie andttl Wood Corinls.
l1e would respeiniully invite his friends and
the public genterally to call atd examuine his
March 15, 1831. 20 ly.
JOHN T. DARBY:
C.L ,~K LITTLE & C0,
G.LIT . . COT G, I. JACKS.ON.
Next door to Vicitorir IJlte..
CIIARILESTON S. C.
Always on hand---A large anid Fashionsable
A-r Til l.now Err Poitanl.V. P'alCES,
SIIIRTS, IIOSI ERY, ULXIIIRELLAS, &c. &c
WI l( LF:ALE AND RF'TAILI.
White Lead ! White Lead!
10,000 LBS. PUlRE WJIITE
L E.A1) for sale low.
J. & .1. Ii. EW.\RTl,
Cd imnbiai, S. C.
March 15, 1851. 20) ly
Who Wants Mfoney ?
PIT.ihe subribmer ftor onie, i part sineriy in
wan tof it. mami lie hiopjes t hat I hose who have
patroisizedt himia so liberally, illi continnle Iheir
friendlshipi by jminag up, aiit enaling lhim lt
meit the demandiiis of othersi. "Wh1eel cannot
moive nt illhnut grease"'
Tr. D. FRIIESON.
Jan. 18, 1851. 12 I f
N. A. COHEN & (COHN,
NY'95PORTE hit& DEA $LE:R'Il
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
No. 117 Enst Bay,
NATIIIAN A. COiIEN,
LE:A POLD COllN.
ChlA R LESTON, S. C.
Mar. 291, 185-1. 22 ly
Camadcas, S. C.
W, 7f. WATSON
Nos. 9, 1l853- 9 t
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
252, itI(IIA III)SO.V NVI'CEkET,
:tud~ corner tof (uLrrais' NtreeI,4
COLUSIIIIA, 8. C.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
DR. C. H. MYIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
YE AJll TIlE CO L T' 110 USE.
Drugs,. Mvedicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
SELECTED) EXPREiSSLY FOR TIS
March 15. 1854. ln.
Fullings, Bostwick & Ce,
COL UMBIA, S. C.
H AVE constantly on Iand the largest
in this place, Which they are prepared to
sell at Prices lower than any o'her estab
lishmlelnLt in Columibitia.
Their Clothing is natinnfactured by them
selves Witi particular reference to thiis
market, nnd they feel warrnnteel to say it
is iferior to n1me, atnd S1 JPi'lEIOR TO
MOST CLOTHllN; ollbred in any part
of the count rv. Their busIins is Cor
ducted upon the one price cash priniciple,
and the price of their Iroods iar!nn lcd it,
plain fiigurcs upon each article by whic i
uniformity of' price is olervedI, anld Ilh
inexperienced biyer is oiiableti to inllot
his purchases at ;. low i rate, as the mrie
experienced and better jdree. l'irsois
Visititng Cod U nIiia are resti'tfilly inv ited
to an examiinati) of our stock t aid I)tNes.
February 15th, 1851. 1i-ly.
50 Country Hams,
JUST received a 1n far sale lv
.J. T1. SOLO "N i). (N'&C.
May 17, 1!!5i 2tf
E. R. COWPERTHIWAIT,
Furniture and Chair
KING, 267 S1itF,
FiveD orab eWe wru
CHIA R LE-NTO.', N.C.
Feb. 29, I854. is Gil.
T III; SUSCI liHlit oll'rs for saleao
very ronsonale tierio-e. somue vahtabile
improvedt and iinproived tas iii ithe Toiawi of
ininterville. For partieiars, apply to
Al WIM). ANDtAISON.
S tinterville, Jan. 3d, iS 1. 10-tf.
CO.YFECTIONA 1R Y A. I)D PA C Y
N'o. 136, ihadoSre,
Co)lA'M!!!A, S. C.
PARTIES ANt> W*I-:[t)IN:S FUltNISllI
AT -SlIOlTI-1'ST NOTICEC.
11'V OLEJS. L IND > Y'.I .
.Marcht 15, 1851. 20Uy
Fld0 .6 tSI P;'A L Ll C Ci FPI N-S of aI
Sizes, coistlitly otn hand mal 7 fior :l
by lilulSo'N & ni111 T ltl,
Opp. Teiprance Mill Suinterville.
June I5t h, 1852
FORNWA R DING
W li.311NGTO'(N. N. C.
PARTIC UL.A t aie.itioni kin to tthe S A LIE
or :SllI'3MNl' of -al St!res ai Iotojni,
and liber CAl1 A D VANCES iiade on Culn.
-e. 1 8 33. 7 ly
C. T, MVASONr~,
WVAT('lI-31.j[ Kl I & J E Wi:L!'iP
IS porepared 1,1 la, all ilmlr af n"ark inl hi
line, with neatness an d !i. at . ,i I
are C.,sit. Ih, is ,,ill at hi old stand jo
alave t aiwa ow ltl.
Ie b. M, 1851. 15 (
Old Brass andi Copper.
Theli Subiscraiber wiil in 1 2-3. eent- s
pound1( inl (ash for any clu:m':y v old Ii ra-s
or Copper, dlerediaI hi,........the
Febdruary 2.3, t1C5, 1I if.
G I A S:MV A R .
ClllNA~ and Granitt;.- Tea's.
Grianitto Iliinr :an ltre.i.fa-i Pl Iates.
Steak i)i-lhes, Ifitier I ij.-. , Sany 1ai)'n 15,
P'reserve I )ishes, Iietciteri Tatrs
Glnass Pueberst, anal a iaomb-r ofi .itlher articles
jusot rceived andl for mat- hay
TI. J. SGILO510NS & CO.
Marek I.22, 15t of.
.ardware, Paints, and
C'OL (Jil.. I, S. C.
OlI-er for s:iaei a ry liow prnis, a t:irgze anda
wvell as-iorteda atc ofi( a
~~~~~~~.1..I...,-..i ...y >.lt[.;tjx
C'7' Goads dali vereil at th lie)epait free of
Marcha 15, 151. r20 ly.
UI1RI lAl liiG Au I) lll)I)ING
IIILESAJ.E & RET'JAIL,
IBerrisford aNiecs, (|i'hai,,o, Ns. C,
,TilF subscjiribear is r~ceivinug a largo assort.
menti of Il:th~, bo atoos.
of W1indoiw 1Shlaes, I0 t~ Irua.sesa, of ev ery
dIesiript ion. Also, Pi llow, llilsiers, I .:ae anda
Muin~~ ( utrtains, llamoask, NatinlI Del ties,
(C*riceia, Itlnds, Fire Sereensa Ven'tit ianz llindsi,
asitH i aly atlpigglpg| to jui itt Its bra ntihes.
II. W. KIlNSM AN &. CO.
Mar. 29, 185:" 22 ly
COM ISsI ON M1tER CH[A NT,
OF,~acE, Notori Co~ti ct:cm. Wnm~~a
CilARLEa~STON, S. C.
Feb. 29. 1854. 18 l ..
-, TIlE Subscriber taken this
nethod of informing li friend
and the pn b ie, that he has recently enlarged
and procured the services of Neveral go( I work
men, anid is now ready to build Vehicles of any
description at the shortest notice. lie promises
to repair with neatness and despatcl and sat
isfy all those who inity favor hil with patron
age, in cheapneis &c.
Ii. G. POT T3.
LYNCIiaU Ito, S.C., May10, 1851 28 tf
H. C. WEB & (O,
I I E undersitned. have associated thern.
selves iogther, under the above name
and141 style, for the transaction of all bn
ne-ss iii the inrcantile line anl mnay he
fo611n1d at the old stand of \Vn.. VEIB,
where they will lie happy to see aid ac
coliollate their friends and the public.
t. (. W11 ,
Mar. 15, 1851. 20 if
The sibscriber has made armigeanemen for
the nutinfaitctire of from Four to Five Thousand
pairs of the above article by tIeFALL. For
re teretce as to ( nlity le would respectfully
ref, r persot who may he disposed to purchare
(of him, to tlhoset win patronized himt last year
As to irire, hit will guarantee them as low as
cal te otlerded.
May 2 2 .. MORGAN.
DRIU.D-FIGS, lASINS, CANDY,
MTKI11ESE, 131011,11.-1AD, 110111y1'
E R, &c.
lerage DLains, I'rintet .iacollets, French
Cainbric.ks--F'il:o assormt 01t of G imtir
Iieis, blak :ni colored, and U1ubroidered
Goods, &c. &c.
.1. 1'. SOLOMONS & CO.
M1irch 8th, 154. 19 if
To The Public,
-AM .\'; 11. ULA ltK beirs leave tol noti
fy th. citizoiis i S'iltervilIl I t!tal the vi.
ciiity, that he is now prepareil to give his
entire atl etiotn to any business in the
autcitin litne. Ile li;s ii some experience.
aid hopes by dilietce a nd attention to
iuerit a ;hare ofi public favor.
Suttrvi!le, latn. I I th, 1-H51. I1.--T
KE V GQ 0D.
The siercitPt are now in receipt of
their SPL'ING A ) ND U.MllEt STOCK,
niSti'1dofevery vari..tv f GetiS' awttl
lat..a' dress uiuls. drocries. Ilard
ware &c., .hi they art, preparerl to soli
is cliap as i his narket can ;iihrd. I'lease
call and e.atninc for virselv-s.
It. C. WIl31 & CO.
A1pr., 5. 15-1. 23. tf.
Land for Salc,
H1n the '.'own ofl Sumiiiter
I ofliTr for isale ih:t p:rt of the tract of
laml in Sumterville. known as the Nitriin
hi1d; IVn)r betwv-een t;io ilag.'e and the
run o Turkpr Cretk, in all about t.o
htitred acres, I wi:l dividho it into Wots to
sn it pua chasers, but would mucih prfe r to
sell the whole together. Terms in:ide
eayal acconlilurhtting to purchiasers;,
-ppy to the subscriber.
Wml. LE WIS.
Jnne21, 1854. 21 If
L1- W'a.i tcht copy.
1EW S TORE1
Tir Wihor SOnth Ifjthe Tme JII l
1 I l subiscr iber wvotl rtesprtftully in.
tormt iihe cit zeii- of Suttrville and
t he pblic er!" tet i Ina lit' htas openeill ait
te aboie platc"e general a.ssortmif-nt oif
l)ry ('oti i-, lb it- and Shoties, lI Irs anel~
(%ips, l ardlware, Crockteryivare, &c. &c.
A .4,t. A I 'tiic-'lot of P iF uly Groceries of
every dliscr iption, ithl Fruit of s-arius
iki:il, such as ( )ranges, Altpples, Lemons,
& c. & c., whichi he' ill i veiry lowv for
Nov. 9, h853. 9 1)y
Look Up Street,
WAt i I. R,'s liOTl'L is, -till ini 01)
r-r it on-jh 'Iis th ti kitmi nt of good
ettaini htem. to their ent ire sattifact ittn.
.\lr. ('. is re'sulved tinat his Iloie shall niot
het exce~t-d by anyt bontse in Ithe conniitry.
Eveythaint lthe iairket (canl furi-h shall
cleanitly. Theii luck are all int goiod order,
aind shaul libe kept so. Giive him a trial
an:1 .\r. CIa rk pledjges sati.--tact ion.
.lan. 11, 1851 I1 tf
To the Public,
.J0hN thllNA - hist tervice-s to the
ci'ezes of Sumoter l)i-tric-t and~ the pubtl it gen.
e-r:uily ands tiled'e i l f t give every al
tion tt the sale tf aill properties etlruistedl to Ihis
handis on cotttitt-ion, either at amnetin or piri
timu attIlii his hi-priee ini the buineitss are
tsaniafhetory enc~ itio of lis abtiliy to do jusutco
to tany wihot itmy empjloy, himt.
Fe- b 2, 15 I- 17 i
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
Wi bOLESALTE1 A ND RETAILr
(,!/a.:,.tare,.~q' .'/ye.Rt. andal uIindits of
GIMNiNl- A N I) l'OPUILA R 1>ATIENTI
A compjlete atssirtmnent, of the best qality,
atnd at thc lov-st prices.
Matrch l5, 185 . 20 ly.
Boots & Shoes.
10f)7, R i chareds on Street,
II AS contanittly on handI antd is daily receiv
inig fresh situpplits tif all kindst of Lahies andt
ttintlemen'-ts ltitmis aint Xhoeis of the latest ftashs
ionst. Ah. lso, Filt CA L F-XK INS rind SOL I
L AATII lct foir lioot- makers.
Mlarch 15, 1851. 20 1y,
J. B, NIXON,
PRIOPIETORI OF' THE
Corner Queen) and Chiurch-sts.
Charleton, S. C.
Fob. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
CO3OPUND SANATIVE PILLSs
THESE PILLS ARE EN rIRELY VEGE
TAlILE, AND ARE A AmOST sUPEitOit
MEDICINE in the cure of all Bilious Coin
plaints, Dspepsia, Costiveness, Liver Com
plaint, Sick Icadarhe, Loss of Appetite, ard all
hjngering diseases. I
THEY PURIFY TIE BLOOD, EQUAL
IZE TIlE CIRCULATION, RESTORE
TIlE LIVER, KIDNEY'S AND OTHER
SEICRE'TORY ORGANS TO A HEALTHY
TON E A ND ACTION; and as an Anti Bilious
Family Medicine they have no equal.
Price 25 cents per box.
PECTORAL STOMACH PILLS,
A remedyfor Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Bron
chitis, Group, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Con
sum pion, and all diseases arasing from a de
ranged state of the Stomnach, an- (o relieve the
distress and h/bd fecling from eating too hearty
f'ood, in weauk and-dyspeptic haubits.
W1arranted to lie ilurely Veg
These Pills act as an Expectorant, Tiico,
They promote Expectoration, Loosen the
Phlegm, and Clear the Lungs and other Sec.
retory Organs of till morbid matter, and there
is nit another remedy in tihe whole Materia
31eihica capable of imparting' such healing
propetrties to the Lungs and Vital Organs as
these Pills. They Cure Costiveness, produce
a goiod, regular Appetite, and Strengthen tihe
Price 25 cents per box, contaning 25 loses
Call on lite Agents who sell the Pills, an(d
get the P'lanter's Almanac Gratis, giving lull
par tieulars and certificates of cures.
Hoth kiidls of the above named PIlin ace for
sale itn Sumterville, by
DAIRG(AN & CO.
And PERRY MOS-S.
Who also keeps a supply of Dr. Spencer's
Vegetable Pills, and Dr. Ilull's Celebratel.
Pills, which stop the Chills and Fever the first
July 26, 1851 39 ly.
Improved Cotton Gins,
'ha'htnk ful for past favours the sub.scriber wish
es to itiform tle public that lie still manifac
lures Cotitot Gins at is establishmiretat in State
humrg, on the most improved andl approved plan
ni hih lie thinks that the cotton giined otn one
of those gils of tile late improvenient is n-ort
at least a quarter of it cent more that the cut
ton ginntel on the ordinary gin. lie also matt
tilatires themt oni the mnost simpls construction,
of the fitest finish and of the best materials ; to
wii, Steel Saws andt Steel Plated Ribs Case
halrdened whiehm lie will sell for $2 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins antI puts them inl com
pete orler at the shortest not ice. All orders for
Gis will beproiptl- adtlp nctualy attenled
o. VILLI AM ELLISON.
Statehurg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
.R.OBiERT _W. ANDREWS notoies the
eitizens of this, nid the aljoiniig Districts,
that lie has retored his Stables near lie )e.
pot of the V. & 31. It. Roat, where lie is realy
at all ti-es to tak e charge of diseasel IHorses
fir a molerate charge ; it all cases where there
is ino cure no pay will he expected. lie also
entinues to take Passengers to rtd from the
Oiniibus for that pulirpse. Gomds he wil! haul
at tile olbl rate of 10 cents per liekage, and
solrits t he patronag'a of tie public.
Felb. 22, 1853 - 17-tf
C1RRI I CARIAiES I
MlanufiaCturer and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every deseripthon, Nos 12-1, Meeting street,
antd 33 Wentworth street. next to the olil stand
of Gilherts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 190th, 1853. 51 1 y
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DJ:ROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Jactors and General Conis
Bl1. Mch AURIN, Esq.. will give per.
asonal and special attentiott to the int
tcrests and orders of his frietnds ini this
a:ntiln the adjoining Cotmnt ies of Notrthi
Cahrolitnn, wvho nmay lnvor these H~ouses
witlh their pa~trona~ge. Connsiantinents of
producte tat the Ilous~e itn New 3ork, eithecr
biy wny of Chatrleston, Geordetownt, oir
WVilmtingtonr, will h'e covered by insuriance,
if notice of the shipmient he protinpt ly giv
Miy 3,'1853 27-tf
Negroes Bought and Sold.
'Ill K undeilrsignaed has openeid an ollice at No.
16 State Street, Charlestotn, where lie has r.p
handi a nunb~ler iif LIK~ELY YOUNG N-..
GItOES for saile from which'l he can suphply the
wn tts of tiny of the coimmnaity. These Ne.
gres are putrchiasedl in Matrvlanad, Virginia,
Niorth andtit Sonths Carolina. 'l'o his lot lie is
cmoiumually receivinig necessions. "The highest
prices paid at all times for niegriies.
J. M.E. SIIA RPE,
16 8tate Street.
ChiarLston,Dlec.21,h853. 8 hy
J. B. N. HAMMIVET,
ATJTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Olliee next door to J. fl. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
Ma rch 22, 1853 21-tf
AT Tills Ot.D~ STAND OF S. & J. GIt.ll1tRT
'e~~ co ntie 1he C~A RRIA GE
B-- -IUSINEsS at the -above
at amnd-No. 35 iad 40 \Ventwort h-st'reet,
Chtarlestton-whaere they- will be pheased to
exhibit Io their old friends and cutstotmers
a v'ery extensive Stock of Vehicles., com-.
prmiiime those of their owvn mantufacture,
totrethier with various other styles usually
fotund int this maurktet. 'Their loing Acqultainl
anice with this mnrket na manutfneturera
and adealers wilh eniable them to ofl'er great
imducnements to purchasers both in styles
Mnarch 15, 1854. 20 l
F. M. ANDREWS,
'rakes this method of informing the citizens
of Sutmtervillo andt vicinity,
that Ito has .iust openenud on
* the corner aboive Clarks liio
tel, his NEW CAIJINET
W A R EIIO0M, where he will keep for sale,
cheap, all stuchi furnitutre as comes unditer this
department of his trade; and will furnish for
cash, at Chiarleston prlces; all descriplioms of
F.urnmitture made. Repairing executetd at the
Mahogany and plain Coffis furnished with
Fe b. 8,1854. 15 'tf.
L ADIES DRESS GO0l8.
Tissues, Deoragesm, Cohoumread 6hke. Pliin
and friinged Black Silks. Print ed antd Phltitt
Jacotneta &e, &c. For antle bty
SUMTER VILLE, S. 0.
Dealers in English, French and AmeOrican It
Drugm, iMedicincs and
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and I)ye.Stufro,
Glass, Putty, Glie and Sand Papr. Paint,
Varnish, (,aimel lair and Whitewasl
Brushes, Fine and Choice Perfumery and
Fatrey Goods, Pure Liquors and Wines, for
medical purposes, Lancets, Scarificatrs,
and Cupping Glasses, &c.
All the Popular Patent Medicines direcr
from the proprietors.
Agents by appointment for Dr. Ja 'nes'
and Dr. Dennis' celebrated Fatmily-ledf
cities, also for Farrell's Arabian Linimentr
Mortimer & M awbray's- Hanipton Titc.
ture. Carter's Spanish Mixture. &c.
All articles from this Establishmtent are
warranted fresh and genuine.
Physicians, Planters and country Mer
chants senditg to us, can rely npon getting
Prime Articles, and having their orders
promptly a xecuted.
Ju ly 2n, 18l .39 Gm.
AND NEW FIRM..
Ti LE subscribers having purchased the
interest of .l. S. Titi'al in the firn of
Tindai. Watson & Co., give notice to their
friends and the public that. they will carry
on Iheir business. at the old stand, under
the natte of! Watson & Gardner. They
have just received aud are daily receiving
a large, coimplete and handsoine assort
mncti of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
of all descrihtion. Qutalities and Styles
to which they inrite the attention. ot the
WATSON & GARDNER.
Oct. 4. 185 t 49 11f
Lot's Wife Found,
Lieutemint Lynch, in is voyage to the
Dead Sea found a huge plikar of salt on
the shore, and the Arabs said 'it was Lt.
Wife, shore enough, whether it was so or
not we c.ntiot say,-it mn'y turn out to be
a catch-penny as the [log withoumt a sh'ad
ow ; but this we do know if you have any
10nigraving, Fnmcy Paimting-, Lettering,
Architecturing or the rep;,irmtg of Accor
denn, Flitesias, &r. &c., and will call on
the subscriber ie promises to do his best,
and will be happy to do all work with
nentness and dispaitch that may be entrust
ed to his care, at Charleston prices ti the
cash only, lie can be found. at' Ar. E.
Somnters Clothing Emporium, Sumterville,
C. W. DAVIS.
Oct. 18. 185t 51 3m
The Far-mamed Medicine
The.e Pills being ctcp1oed entirely of medi
einal therbs are of -a minost harmless nature
while the extraordinary virtues they possess
have remtered them universally poplnar in
nearly every part of the world. The immense
suces-s they have nie't withi thnroughout the
State Is miost, extraordinary. Owing, it is pre
snnmedn, to their wondmierful efficacy in thme cure
of hliioni cmplaints and disorders of the Liver
and Stiomachi. Pernins who persevere in using
thm in accordlance with thes directions, set
dunm fail in being restored to health.
W EA N Ess ANI) DEB ITY,--RERTOR
ATIONTOllEAiL!'l OF A GENT1LEMAN,
AGED) -45, WihlEN AT D)EATII'S DOORt.
Lopy1 of a Letter from 1he Rev. Charle. Smith,
date'd Norton, St. Phili ,s, 'near Bath, Somei
setshire, 17th A ugust, 1853.
TO PaIovF:ssoc nIottiOWAY,.
. ir.-A Mr. Jos~t1 Er ux To?, formerly at res
idenmt of this place., had been in a declining state
of hiealth for upwards of three years,gradually
Iyastimg away to a shadow by nightly perspira
tions and wvantifappetite, wicht caused great
unenelm,,os to his friends, as he had consulted
various medical men in liath, without effect.
lie at last used your Pilla, and under provi
dence, wvas resto~redl tolheali Ih by their, means.
lie tately emigrated to New York, and hasjust
written to say, that he was never better in
health, and desired ine to acquasint you with thie
cireumstance. I ought also to mentiion, that
my wife had derived great benefit frnm the use
ol your Pills. I remain Sir, yours respee zfuliy,
CilA It IKS 83tITi, Dissentiner Minister.
A P'i(ltaANENTl CUttis OF A~DJISEASED
Ll ,.lIUF MANY YEA)I8' DJUllATION.
Copy of c .uetter from 3 f. G3amis, Chemist,
i od to P'ro'essor Jlollooas.
D~ear Sir,-ln this district your flls' coim
muandl a inore extensive sale th'in any othier
paroprietary medicine before the public. As a
proof of their etlicacy in Liver amt IBilious Com-.
plajint5 I mniy mention the folio" ig csu. A
laity of this town withi whomt I am personally
neihiainitedl, for years dfas a severe sufferer
from, disease of the Liver and digestive organs;
hormedical at tendant assured hier that hie bald '
do nothming to relie ve her sutferinigs, and%1 was
not izkety she could survive miany months.
Tis announcement naturally caused great
atlarm amiong her friends and relations, and they
induced her to make a trial of-your Pills, which
so imiproved tier general health that she was
inducedt to continue them unti. tshe r,-ceivemi a
perfect cure. Tihis is twelve tmonths ago,. and
slie has not experienced aniy symitoms of' ye
lapse, and often declares that youm' Pills have
beent the means of saving tier lie to..
.. 1 renumin, bear Sir, yours trnly,
July 53rd, 1853. (Signed) J. GAta.
These cdeba'td Pills are avons$f'fdly efcacsoeaa
in the followoing comnpaintsi.- :i
Aguze, D~rpsy, inflauininten, 2Sure 'P'hroats,
Ast hma, 1)) sentery, Jaundiced, Stone and Gray.
el, Bilious Conmphiirits, Erystpelas, Liver Coiii
plfaint, Seconpidary Synmptoms, Bl'jtcies oW, 'the
Skin ,'Hwel Cointplaints, Colles, Constipati n
of :he Ilowels, Consumption, Debilitylem a
Irreghlariies, Feversa of all kIinds, Flzts, Go,
llead-auche, lndigestior, Lutibago, Piles5, Rhmep
mamismar, letonnson of Urine, Scrofula, om'
King's Evil, Tiic Douiloureux, Tuihuira Ul
cers, Venereal Alfectionms, Wormas of a'll Itinds,
WVeakness, from whatsevei- cause, &e-,& &c
'* SOLD AT ritnE EBTa stIIrat NT OF 3. -
FEssoR hlOL L'owAY, 2.44, ST RARND,(near Tu at
PL E i3a,) L OMDoN, atI, also at itis - AoUgis
NEW l ota. Onnmas for aletiniess mis
States, adldressed ,Tl. IJLtLOWA i. NE3w Yoar,
will receive due attention. Sold alio by hi
respectable Druggists ail Pealera in JI~dicines
thiroughiout the Utimiad States, i tt otcas
25, 62e l-2 ets aind gh,00 cen tsaeol adt
W holesahe of the prinicipal e~rug If~pses iii
I g7" There Is a considetae a'Ing-by
taking the larger size's.
N.Bl.---iireentot for iha guIio af pteuta
in uery dhsorder~itu atlbte eb~e
March Sth,851i ' 'S3'3~ ..