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Ca P P a canidatefor.
C e are sathorized to annidtme or,
JOHN -. BLLAR.DC.'as' a;. -cid tfr
Apil20hj4 . 4-26
6 The ftiends of William
A. Ub LO$GH, Esq.,_ aniounce. him as a
candidite for Sheriff at the next Election.
Aril 1, 1848. 25
rThe atrinds oft'JACOB H., WHITE.
HEA, Es Laounc e h 4s a candidate
hti ni at the euinig elction. "
Ar. CC1torGHPlesqe announceh JOHN
DARGN' JONES, oas -a candidate fd dTe
election to the office of Clerkef tlhe Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
April 26th, 1848. 26 tf
-r3We are authorized to an
nounco DANIEL H. RICHBOURG, a-can.
didate 'for-the office of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan. 26,1846. 13 tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
mrWe are authorized to announce JOS
M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the of.
fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county,
at the ensuing election.
crWe are authorized to announce WIL.
IAM G. BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for
Tax Collector; at the ensuing Election.
Dry Goods in Charleston.
The subscriber would invite the attentior
of Planters and Families who may visit
Charleston to his itock of
1IC0, FANCY, AND STAPLE
Having made large additions to his roon
the past season, he is able'to offer greater in.
ducements than ever bqfgo, to his friendg
and customers, and confiAeily invites atten.
tion to his STOCK as the
Most Extensive in Southern
It is intended to embrace every article in
the Dry Goods Line.
-Our front sales room will contain a com.
plote assortment of
LADIES' RICH DRESS GOODS
Silks, Muslins, Dareges, Cashmeres, Alpac
cas, Bombazines, Shawls, Mantles,
Mantillas, Viseltes, 4c.
Linens, Linen Fabrics, Hosiery, 4-c. 4c.
In our Domestic Rooms will' be found a
very full.assortment of Domestics.
Negro Goods, Blankets,
Osnabiurgs, &c. &c.
ll7Particular attention paid to this depart.
ment of our business. And Planters will
find our stock and prices well worthy their
Onr. facilities for purchasing goods, are
such, that we are able to offer them at such
prics, a 2. IW. BANCROFT,
253 King at. Charleston, S. C.
N. B.--In our wholesale rooms, we ofer
a large and well selected 8TOCK to Mor.
chants for cash or approved paper, at such
prices as are well worthy the attention of
close buyers, for close markets.
March 1, 1848. 18 ly
The subscribers beg leave to inform they
fronds and the public generally, that their
have entered into copartnership under the
firm of CONWAY & WINN, for the pur
pose of .,carrying on the Tailoring business.
They have taken the New Building next
door- below China's.. Hotel. They intend
keeping a general assortment of Cloths, Cas.
simores, Vestings and Trimmin'gs, and hope
by strict attention to business to merit a con.
tinuanco of the patronage heretofore so liber
ally extended to them.
D. J. WINN.
January 1848. . 12 tf
PAR' WNERSHIP NOTICE.
The subrcribers having associated them
selves under the firm of A. J. & JP. MOSES,
foj the purpose of transacting a general mner
-dintiqlubnisiess, respectfully solicit a share
* PERRY MOSES.
g7Hainig altered my business roltzipmi I
-would earnestly call ja my formq
era to come forward'and make settl~
accounts duo to-1st Jan. 1848.
~e ubscriberwoul& reslpc
his fr eds and the public gene
ha rmiedl to the stand foir 4
~ ,bv ?r~. onwy.
~r. -AI ~ t~f ~~e in oes on
=AP . UNS
z ~ ~ , =4., !-f
y t .O "i the
po~Ma g i. Q b~ahfdrhn,'
aia a 0ini' fit 1'mvn bie-.
tmuitliendar&st i t;infactinalteu.
taneous flbtioi it is ialbIiable. As a-gee
e.-l-uMiN r-of theblood, and-aneradicator of
l tiiate diseases t)i.i ptsperatlbn will:un
doubtedly take theprecoence of allother re.
me. wn p t up~,.a reg.
ulathe47bowevi 7-reBoro t~he :blood its
wonted PuriI gvesg no to the stornath, and
promotes I tin. -
. It will ectally elieve, Eryspelas eren
-in its worst stages iandall persozts suffering
from this distressig complaint are advised to
use it, first so, but if nobAe61ief befound
after oiittle,*it bill 'b"icesary
touse tle Hriqdated Potieli with' it.
Not wishitopu'blish ertindutes fis
done i the ease of all quack medicines of the
day, to of0et their'sale, and so-force'them up
on- the public,the subscriber begs leave to
state that this.preparation has been prescribed
and used b'y anutnb~r.f Physicians and Plan
ters of our city ad bonegibrliod With great
success,s' uri iil' IL Frost Dr. W. G.
Rainsay, Dr'Thos. Y.,Siminons Dr. C. C.
Pritch'ard, Mr. tLegare,'Lieut Wilson, U.
S. . S., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes Suinter. &c'.
For the composition of -this, preparation,
and the Medicinal Propertles of the Queen's
DelightPhysicians are respecfully i-efered to
the th and 6thi Noi Vol.1, of tie"Southern
Journal of Medicine and -Pharmacy." -
Price $1 per bottle, or $5 for 6 de. The
same preparation as a Syrup, is also prepared
at i per quart-bottle, or' $5 per 6 bottles.
Prepared by J. PETER-M. EPPING,
Kemift.and Druggist, King-st.
Charleston, 8. C.
For sale in' Sunicrrilk by the Agent,
-JOHN 1. MILLER, A.' D.
I&TThe subscriber will receive negroes Ia.
boring under any of the above mentioned dis.
eases, even the- moat hopeless land 6bstinate
cases, on treatmeut; or those persons having
unsound negroes, and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and are willing to dispose of them with the
view of seeing them cured, will find a pur.
chaser in the ubscriber" who is Willing to
give a fair price for such.
JP. M. E.
Feb. 16; 1848. 1 . ly
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
No.28, KING-ST. (CORNER OF WENTiVORTU,)
CHMRLES7ON, S. C.
W. A. K. & M. offers to the public a
superior article in superfine Dress and Frock
COATS; Beaver, Frock and Ovn-Coats and
Sacks, (plain and embroidered,) Cashmere;
Merino, Satin, Silk and Cassimere Vests;
plain and figured Cassimere and other Pants,
wvith a general assortment of
Out fitting. Goods. andgFancy
PURCIIASERS wILL FIND AT ALL TIS~ AN
E.XCELLENT ASSORTM1ENT OF THE FOLLOW
ING AR TICLES : .
White long-cloth and linen: Shirts,
Colored muslin and linen .do.,
Linen Collars and Bosoms,
Black silk and satin Stocks,
Black silk and satin Cravats,
Colrd. do do do.,
Silk and satin Scarns,
Cambric and silk Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Kid and buckskin Gloves,
Merino and Berlin do.,
Silk and thread do.,
Silk elastic Suspenders,
Elastic suspender Ends,
Silk, cotton and lamb's wool socks,
Silk and merino Under-shirts and.Drawers,
Lamb's wool and Shetland mixed do.,
Flannel, Segovia and Berlin ' do.,
Shaker flannel and Eng, bucksin do.,
Minerva Shoulder Braces,
Riding and Money Belts,
Dressing Gowns and Cape,
Silk and cotton Night Caps,
Trunks, Valises and carpet Bags,
Silk and Gingham Umbrellas,
Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, &c., &c., &c.
Day's Water-Proof Caps,
Coals, Cloaks, Cushions and
The superiority of the workmnansnip of
the above Garments is unparal'iled in this or
any city in the Union.
ll-AlI orders filled with promptn~ess and
dispatch, on the most reasonable termis-and
all Goods Warranted or no Sale!
WV. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Keeps constantly on hand a co.mplote as
sortment of the above Goods at their store in
Camden, S. C., Masonic Hall, directly oppo
site Dr. Cleveland's Drug store.,
Feb. 18, 1848. 10 - 1y
SELLING OFF AT COST.
A large assortment of Mouselini de Laines
and Cashimeres; some of our rich and hand
- . A.J.& P. MOSES.
smnall lot of very flee, just opened and
~i elowoby< P
As J. & P.MOSES.
e unidersignied ogpeitsto open in Sumter
1. II, on Monday, the 17th instant, an
NGLISH SCHOOL, limited to Twenty
Pupils, and uimilar to that lately kept by Mr.
The siod room1 is in: the new'&bilh
on tire lot lately occupled'b Mr. L~unma
DINs, and near the 'Pa~nl@.
FM DA MS.
~" Tonic Vrmifugoe
-Fahnei ttk' A . -
*Ayer's Cherry Pectoris
Together with a larsge and fresh supply of Lin
Traim and. Sperm:Oils of' superior quality ;
Annatte, Madder, Bimntone, Copperas,Whi
fmeryj Brushes, Spices, Essential Oils, Cong
Blacking, Window Glass, Sealing Wax, &,o.
sale as above.
N. B.--Castor Oil~on draught.
Camden, May 3d, 1848. -
W, R, HUNTER1
AGENTsOF THlE CEMETERY
DarlingtoneC. H. S. C.
:rAll orders by letter or otherwise,
wvill meet with prompt attention.
Deo.2, 1847. 8 tf
Two ojthree negro boys as app rentices to
learn th aponters trade. Apply at this of
Jan. 19, 184e. 12 tf
SJust received a fine assortment of curl
maple and fancy sitting and Rocking chairs,
cane pad wood seats; together with a fine
assortment of Furniture, such as
:Sofas, Book Cases,
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, Fan
and Plain Dressing Bureaus,
&c. &c. &c.
For sale cheap for cash or sood paper.
J. F. SU'L[HE RLAND.
Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 ti
RICHAI D 1Y, DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
urnmterSi[le, E i. (A.
E. H. MELLICH-AMP,
A N D
N olttractor i1n 6titeraI,
Having located himself in Sumnterville, is
now prepared to execute all kinds of work
in the above line on reasonable tem..
A share of public patronage is solicited.
2 doors west of the Methodist Parsonage.
Jan. 20, 1848. 13 tf
Enteta~ imn at the Olam'
The subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and the Public generally, that he has
opened a House of Entertainment, about a
quarter of a mile from the Clarendon Depot,
on the Stage Road, where he will be ready
to accommodate customers by the 15th inst.
ie hopes by close attention to business, to
give general satisfaction to all that may fa
vor hum with their custom.
March 0, 1848. 19 tf
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
extent in the above line, both for new wor
and repairs. Our Gius are not surpassed by
any made in the State, possesing all the ad.
vantages of the Falling Dreast and Sliding
Ribs, which saves a great deal in way .of re
pairs. We also use the Steel .Plate Saws,
with teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the kinest staple, wvith an improvment
to regulate the mting of the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a plan, giving at once, the
advauteges of lightness, strength and force
&.ll very materialI in the successful operation
of a Gin. We would ~invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure the public generally,
that they shall have no cause to .complamn
either of our work or prices.
CA HINET MA KING.
We are also prepared .to do work in the
Cabinet line-such as Dodsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables,Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
HUDSON & DROTHER.
Opposite the Preslyteriana church.
Sumterville, April22, 1847.20 ly
MISS HIORT, in compliance with the
wishCs of her friends, has opened a HIGH
SClOOL. for Young Ladies, for which she*
trusts that the advantages of education an'
the experience of a long course of years, de.
vot'ed to the duties of a Teacher, have duly
prepared her. Her number will e limited:
and she w il endeavor to procure, as soon a
her prospects wvill warrant it, such assistance
as will ensure the high standard at which
I1er terms are,- per session of five months:
For general instructiou, including
Vocal Music,.. .. .....25 00
Music,........ . .. ..20 00
Use of Instrment per session, . .-2 00
French or other Languages, . . . 20 00
:Drawving in Pencil and Painting
in WVater Colors,' .. ..... 15 00
Miss HoaT is erecting a commodious School
House, and board can be procured in highly
-I nyments required at the end, of -cacti
session, ori at thettIme whooany ~fpil is
wlidrawn from the school. N oa
mWde for aheoneunless ia c
An rlss. i4~
R6ivaid fIT6 Ui
i U amep - K
-Hobheads su ad ( mre c 64'ple)
rTp ahed's e' -aj frJ
Tieres Grnle 4.ga
Barre l:cruhedaed pde~dld
Laif do. ....4
Fine old Javacoffe Rio-de.
Bperm candles -:For salelowb
~S B LEVY.
Feb. 13. - a
G0060 anf te~
Cdbjrey Butterfly, do
Pressed Esperango Regnlia do.
Thomas'.qup. chei ing Tobo'
Tobacco of various brandenoMs, "toil
- d .'M .&
Half Spanish svgarnJuAs 'deby'
Feb. 13 ~ K . . LE Y$
BMaskets G?im ig~e, 11n r
-do' o pints e
. do 0o "Bouche
Casks Porter, quarts and pints,'%.
do Ale..Wines and Lors ]
qualities. Just recei'ved by -
Feb 13 . ,. s y
West india Preoed ginge'r esii
preserved pine Apples;limes, peaches plui
md cherries. Fresh prunes, tcurrants, citir
and lemons, For sale by
Feb 13 ' . .8;B LEVY
Rasins,:Figs and Apo
1.4 and 1.2 boxes Raisin' 'Dr
Barrels Northern Appli; Boe
Also-A fresh a supply of caidiea.,js
received by g ,B. LEVY.
Camden, S.C., Feb. 10, 1 L47.
A. J. &P 10OSS -
Offer for sale on as reasonable terns a
can be obtained in Sumterville, Ev'ery larg
assortment of~'of Goods, 6ompriuin~ 1)
Gods, Groc'eries, Hardware, Cule~
cry, Saddlory, Shoes and Bloots, Inats atis
Caps, Bonnets, Cooper's ware, Carron ware
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Carriage Trimminr
Confectionary Garden seeds,. &c. &c
SOUTTH CAROLIlAIIU- SjITER IRT
Elijah Reynolds . Declaration in A
vs. tachiment in Assum
Tsaac D. Whitworth. ait.M
Whereas the Plaintiff, in the above statei
case having this dig'filed..hie Declaratioi
against the Defendant, wholis absent fron
and wvithout the limits of the State, (as..it i
said) and having neither wife nor Attorn~ei
known, upon wh oin a copy of the above De
claration, with a ruleto plead thei-etojrmayb
served : It is therefore -in pursuiance of./thi
Acts of the 'GeneraL. Ashenblg ofth tfti
in such cases maead iie/ler
that the.Defendent do pldea ther o4 orlbe
fore theeighteenthlday of u D184S
otherwiseljnal and abiloldtej dg
be then given and awarded aiainashi. V
Office Comn. Pleas, Sumter DusL
Juno23. .J~D. JONES
June.23. (80 84 1 yd
(t'LOOK HERE. 9
SThe subscriber has just returned fron
the North with a full and well selocted
dock of CLOCKS, WATCHES, and al
kind of JEWELRY. Also, PISTOZIS 'inu
)UTLERY, -PERFUM1ERY, TOYd ain
K~nick Knackeries of every description.
The above stock is the larest--thiat hn
ver been ofibred in Sidmterville. "Has b~
inlected with great care, and cannot fail t<
Purchosers may expect to find grea Mr
-fains for Cash. , .
The subscriber returns bis gre tu) e
knowledgmonts for past favors, and solicita a
renewal of patronage..
Sud~vi~e ~ FREEMAN HOYT.
SSievle Spt. 14, 1847. ~46 ly
N. B.-Clocks, Watchei and ee
pared as usual. ~rr
'Pr'ing aand . uInnan a q~
The aubb rhi u' ~s$tfiily&Tt
attention of hfisi and he pblic' g3
rallye to his wellP select6a e.tock fPR
'iOODS, -4Groceries, "Hardware,0 Cat16ry
Panama, .Leghorn,' and . Palrna Idaf Ha4a
Shoes,. Stationery, 4c.'&.c (just arrivsc
mnd ready for inspection), which ho wl li1
as chzedp as they can be bought i rnfyothi
establishment inthis place, for cash 'er coun.
try produce., .:.
- C. D. QAYLE.
Snmtervjle, Apri tQ 1848.- 28 ly
The subncribdr offers to: all tbe A
YARD), lately'the ppertf p
anda now 'lnesuccesrn1peiatid~ nde'ti
nlgnagement f Mn rg'
good rent. Thuis c~
0r% easy ti~sanit
b aiW hoba
colored.6fid W Vi6Rs
a . hilVi
11ft A&4M ,