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ti~elakain osaid t ''n AAll n0 1 ~~ a In 1OHN ,-BALLAR, sa hh41isnaeng4s ftion~a X. r CLOU HI o iaahified im aie 1 forid4 ,t hrI@ e mif lecti cr e ae ahre~ athiorized'~e a On UALrtJOH aO. a;lDURATe jo -elecin i 014CL9UGhi,Eqanib hmsa r q lndid ~ tor~o aft'ate n e to J IN __ARGA__J__NE_,_as__aendidate_ fotr' - (T'~& 'eae authorized to p uolneAB Mr.,JOHN 0. DURANT isna 9 didate fo te o1ice of Clerk of the Couit tthe enuelection. -.264 '- e 3 annouc 6t DARGAe JN A as a Cndldat foret ewaotlo-to the kicegof Clerk e fie C r - ~ *..fer Sumter District$ and'ablijte the -MANY ITERINS. Ai7 1848.t Tr t e arie authoreisd to an-' tomic.DANIBL.H. RICtIBOURGdj;iv' - didate; fir the ofie of Clerk A t this ing I.,. F~-OR TAX C L.~O~ d dlvWe are authoedt . an o art jothe to cm frar ndmk ni e pLEXA ER WATTS, sq.ok cas a.ifid fo Ta x Coe of Claremont co6unty atth nsullg Eleqtion, - MANY. FRIENDS. IIIN ULITIU. WIN 'The Copartnership hereofore exseting un.d A ~der the firm of CONWAY & WINN is this IE day dissolved by mutual eonsent. b n,4411 persons Indebted to 'the said firm are i iaribbstly's ollkited to come forward and make iinpieiiate paymeIt. The Book can - fou1d at the shop of A. Conway. - i. il. and th A. CON WAY, D. IWINN. Jan. it 1840. 11- tf .8 SARDNT oul'respeetfully.-tfrv 0- IAKEn-r, A- rr1. an the.RVLLE Ditrc gnrly'a ie hds ein Sumterville a C ne *Wareroona a Irhoe e will keep constantly' on hand and f a forale ehbap, Fane and Plain marble top v Dressi Bufeais, Side-boards, pine and ma hogany rdrobes, high and low post curled B ed-steads, Sorae and Divans, Centre- p tAes, Sitting Chairs of every description, 3 Mahogany Rocking and Nursing Ch2irq, do. Boston Rockers and Nursing, Pier Tables, Candle stands, &c. &c. Also, Cotton mat tresses for male chea. EFURNTURE MADE and REPAIR- a ED at the shortest notice. C 'Mahooany and Plain Coffins ~ futrisho~ at the shortest notice. ti The subscriber hopes that, by punctual at.. 0 tention to business and easy terms, to merit the public patronage. D). S. 8. C SOUTH CAROLINA MYEDICAL E ASSOCIATION. . d The Annual Meeting of the South-Caro lina Medical Anbociation will be held on Wetd-. nmesday, the 21st February (beiyg the third. Wednesday) at 10 o'clock, A. M., in the Hall of the Apprentices' Library Society, Meeting street. The attendance ofall diplomated practi. -, tionors in o4 standing, throughout the State, is-respect 11y Invited en that occasiion, asli ah rule requiring that an appliant for admission into the Association, skhll be nominated bya Fellow, will not gointo opei-ation until altr this meeting. Those who may be prevented by professional or other engagments from -attending, can become members by authoriz .ang one of their friends or the Recording Sec retary to enrol their names. The P--esident and Directors of the South. Carolina R. R. Company havo, with their ac customed liberality, reduced the fare on thme Rail Road one half to all who may be dispo- j med to avail themselves of the opportunity toq -come down. D. J. C. CAINJ, Rec'dg Sec'ry.' . So, Ca. Medienl Association. t~ l1TAIl papers in the interior of the -State will give the above four .conspicuous inser tions, and send bills to the Recording Boore * CLARK'SHOTELIf A. The subscriber would respoetfully -inform 9 .his- friends and the public generally that he ti has opened for their accommuodation a House F of Etntertainment in thie place. He solicits a share of public patronage, and promises to .are no pains in order to merit and secure tI *tIe same. He wvould further add, that the ii location of hii House is uichi, as entirely sub- a servos both business and quiet. A trial is all aJ be asks. WiDCAK Jan, 8, 1840. 11 tf Receiving and Forwarding. l AGENCY. 'The subscriber off-ers his services to the pblic in receiving and forwvarding Goods at I IOYK IN'S TURN OUT. The rates will ' hoe the same as are charge:l in Camden. In all cases Goods slipeed must be marked to has. care, or no attention paid to themi. Jan.31 .. 8. DEPASS. * * ' CASIWERES AND ALPACCAS. e3lackand Fiay patterns; 'Mous.elin D'. re laness 6i . U. UANEU h. , e D4o ri. iesa a,, 6afed dit1 yovhc , h Ke s yloe ji rown aomespn, a a Dli. do. 300 yatrs wosn'ezi's hoes t5Q 20 do. inen cambri an With an endless variety of Misoie anep Vopportunity of sh wing to their e zrcas'ers wilfn itunnacessary l&'i W'NBi G d nRc i el. arock pne asurf nto a DryGrody sd ry, an Caps, and b hich trill be sold low for cash by -L. B.AN CLOTHING. Of all Aecripitions and sizes, from. 'humb up to the Kentuok Giant. O00 LB35.NQ. CA. vBAC0 . ieg Gehen Butter.- I L. B.: HA1%KS. *Nbv. 1. 1 tf 50OO CIARtLESTON CI. ars; Finq chewing Tobacco. L. B.HIJANKS. GLOVES. A Fresh assortment of Ladies' white, cold, nd black Kid Gloves, white and black sil% o. Ladie9 white Kid sho'es, Bronzed and &old o,; Gents blk and cold kid Gloves, Buck do lerlin do. lined with Buck skin. Also, a eautiful assortment of gents fancy, and bil ,ravats; Siipenders;,&c. &c. -1E LB. BHANKS. 3, BASKETS CHAMRP AGNE 20 do: London Porter,' 20 " Madeira Wine, fine arlirle. L Be (NK& YOING.YSON TEA. Just ireceivek in 1-4,1-2 and pound p e leadoil], and for sale by L. B. HAN GIN. MAKINuG,&C We are prepared to execute orders to an3 xtent in the abovelige, both for .iew worl ad repairs. Our ihsare not surpassed b ny made in the State, possesing all the ad antages of the Falling Brenst and Sliding 4bs, which paves a great deal in way of re. airs. We also use the Steel Plate Sa*A rith teeth set in an angle that cannot possibi ijure the finest staple, with an improvmien >regulate the motingr of the cotton; our brusi constructed on a.pRan, giving at once,' thc Ivautages of lightness, strength and foute Il very material in the successful operation r a Gin. Weo would invite planters to call our shop and examine for t hemnselves, rhiilst we would assure the public generally, tat thoy shall have no cause to conmplair ither of our work or prices. CABIIVET MAKING. We are also prepared to do work In the abinet line-sucht as Bedsteads. WVardrobe, afes, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards, .c. &c. at short notice, on liberal tearms. HUDSON & BRLOTUEIR. Opposite thre Preslyterian chusrch. Sumtrvillo, April22, 1847. 20 ly Land for Sale. The subscriber being desirous of remov. ig tot i -est, oflers for sale, Lhe Plant.. n upon wvhich he lives, containing 292 tres, situated two miles South of Bishopvill. poii the plantation is a New Gin h ouse and crow, witle other necessary buildings. Any person wishing to purchase land ini usi section, will do well to appily soon to the ibscnliber upon the premises. WM. T. KELLY. Bishopville, 12 Jan, 18490. 13 4t Executor's Notice. All persons indeobtedl to the Es.tatn of Thos racey, of Sumter District, deceased, are re iested to make payment; and all persons wing claims agamnst the same are called pon to present their accounts, properly at. d, to E. M. Anderson, Esq., ilumterville. J. P. WATIES, Quailifed Ex'or. Jan 20,1849. 13 3m A CARD). The subscriber, having taken, the corner tore, (known as McLeans) would, most spectfully, acquaint his old Friends, and 0e Public at large, that he will at all times ke pleasure to accommodate them, in Cut ng and Making up Garments, in the most aehionable and substantial manner. He will keep constantly on hand a fresh id seasonable assortment, of aurtfiuinrg, of to latest and mnst approvemd Fashions, 'id )pes, by puncttuality and his desire to please 1, ho merit a continuance of thair Patron eo and confidence. D. 3. WINN. Jan. 15, 1840, 12 tf RES1H OAIDEN SED. WCLUDING BEA NS, PEAS, AND ON ION SETTS. The above seed are from the Nurser oi avid Landreth, near Philadelphin, and are arranted to be fresh and genuine. --A LSO Fine Segars and Tobacco... For salo at the 0Old Drue" Store, S1ON OF TilE GOiDEN MORTAR. Salmon, Mlackerel, Cheese, Tiltter, Woda, andl Wine Crackers. Just enivod and for ant h an -wit as en~ 0 ds. 'the i r Wide1 20nt. !44 at 0; 7 and 8 A-nt t a-pair,! efsr, at1I2x1,UWhnta IpleiqLia '> a w~hich they keqand would feeling well mu6eNntm atnd go toin It 1 i A - S & 1 B oad-street amd Lncastdir nireld Distrcts. EDW~RE SLMONB Afrewno dor Worth of. Ihar Ca J d4a SUMGEO D1KNTE~T &. Co. r hyw b hpy e SU.R0E"ON DRENITI8T fome frind an-estmes Thool th1 place.i J~ WltL~dita0 ., . ow_, 41I U, & , where they wall ii, happy;toee 1 I Sformer friend, and,.nstomers. Te wil Wrkeepr on hand.- gonea ansortn clRr GOODS, GOCERIF48 sHupDy IbR &c, which they p.mill -laslow f -rCaiho to punctual* cusibmers', as they can be had I this place. -W A. ... P.-IMSES Sumtrileil Jan.s1. ments, WiorinFte g&c.; n a-avfh1ofana Vi ourn anstor stvrings.'e -Aatireriges Arons Jond Thopro.e foreish upy f the eoaler chaied Chresotaelaure iformigth~s ments h.ewYo- and P.iarlon d, tolrcinsvl~e a daiieshpp o loyterf ta' Voli fand. itr!san At 'Brege., prons and scrts rins JA. . M KNA. O UR NIOUR' Tessortmetb hFurnitu uch a-- om haeso,aks Bookur iniases, too Wavdoe s iBetalsoj i, Fandey andsewh Plain Dressinn:Bdne~ For sceap, oghr wioudprhi~ mae, ar 10,e 1848. ll~e~eti And Dalercwuartj rf C Thaovrieks, 'dor t b easo p pro qly aedec'at. lee.~ F.& o.n kee Mc.tnl nhn ag Jtreevdafn assortment of cueteensadsrl.t4 malothnd ofancy sitiptnRiong aln ae, canreants woo eas;ether wth esfone For syle, atche orteas otic. ppe. J. Oci'. UTIRAND. Thede u fiediwithitr-the ri b DiSM62 e e facielidu "A fin an d*0 go '1 Disri' :~a~ern rmthi ehWiaw ar% M Se~rea ter tijs acio I 'Lest def #L5. t ana the "laints 'Whi aistedc~ C4olinda( fii Dl-ElatiadainL)3hj3 #Ifedt attdnerekhe, hn ni~6 *ofa the above Declaration wiha ruletopla udo plead theec oq~ ore the twety fourth day of' otherwise final sind aibiaite jdjpuent wi eb the'd totian5 awarded agamnstthesard Beni WeiD terafthqp ~ jjtif~iy Goodeensitng o- urstc i Crockerg,'Boots 'Shoss Baggm~Rn and sae atthei epr oo * .. deadutLa~ DEAL 1e . kDER85W De~1S4. *e2 Profrre 't 41 It. oo. : r 7, S -, .i : .= ,b erIP aERMi 'mt ih h W -4j maar..otes~ t mar~(vare - 4 -"naa- -- 2 4 & AW l2X~ ==Noannemmeoerum hot in~eNi2piM~EE u-nmoria4 rm Ime =~ueomeea mesamuor -Web. 1 - -8r m ...w -h AJpattule h n iad II-s - A E Bb i aaR2R, *no h m -.