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Jew David, Or Hebrew
The great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout
Pain in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs ant Joints
Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swelling, Hart
Tumors, Stit Joints, and all fixed pains what
Where this Plaster is applied pain canno
It has been beneficial in cases of weakness
shch as Pam and Weakness in the Stomach
Weuk Limbs, Latmeness, Affection of tht
Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys ,is.
flamnimaion by perspintion.
James L. Boyd, Pickens District, South'Car,
olina, testifies that by its use alone, he wat
cured of Rheumatism in both of his knees, of
several years standing.
The following was handed us by a respecta
ble Physician in Georgia
MEssR8. Scovii. & lPEAn.-Gents : I have
been uhing-your Liverwort and Tar Iebrew
Plaster very extensively in my practice for
three years past, and it is with pleasure that I
state my belief in their superiority over all
other articles, with which I am acquainted, for
the purposes for which they were recommend.
ed. The Hebrew 'lustar, especially, is an
universal panacea for local pains. I have also
found it a most excellent application for
Sprains, and Bruises. It gives universal katis
faction wherever used.
S. S. OSLIN, 3I. D.
Knoxville, Ga., larch -ith, 1852.
The following communication is from an
agent residing at Trenton, Tennessen :
. 'RENTON, Gibson Co., Tenn., Nov. 7, '-19.
+ MESSRS. SCovmj. & MAIAD.-tentlemte l: The
Hebrew Plaster is becoming popular in this
a ection, There is a hidy in this cotin ty who
says she would not he without this Plaster for
five hundred dollars a year. She was afilicted
* for some time with an enlargement of the
spleen, which gave her a great dleal 01 pain.
'-he swelling and pain had extenel up nearly
to the armpit, ani ocumsionally she could
scarcely breathe. She was confined for a con
siderable time, during which she was attended
by some of our physicians, but they gave her
no relief. She procured a box of the Ilebrew
Plaster,and it relievetl heralmost immediately,
and now she keeps a supply of it on hand con
atantly. These facts you are at liberty to use
as you think proper-they are'substantially
true. Respectfully Yonra, &c.
JESSIC J. WILLS.
A VOICE FRO31 GEOltGIA.
Read the following testimotty from a l'hyst
clan :-Gentlemen: Your Ilebrew I'laster has
cured me of pains of which I have sufllred for
twelve years past. During this period I have
labored under an affliction of my loins amd
side, and tried many reteties that my own
medical experience suggested, but witloutt oh
taining relief. At length I usedl your Plaster,
and am now by its good efects entirely cirel.
I will reconmend the Jew David or iebrew
Plaster to all who are sufli'ring fron contraction
of the muscles, or permanent. pains in the side
or back. The peolIe of Georgia have bt to
become acquainted with its virtues when they
will resort to its use. Yours truly,
Al. W. WALIi.H, i. D.
Forsythe, ilonroe County, Ga.
To Messrs. Scovil & 3leadl. N. 0., La.
JEW DAVID'S Olt IIEIIllEW PLASTER
IN Nolrrit CAROLINA.
- Messrs. Scovil & Mead : I have been trou.
bled with the chronic rheumatism for the ast
twelve years. Ont the last of July, 181u, I
was so ba4d that I could not turn tmyself in heti,
and the pain so severe, that i hadi not slept a
wink for six iays. At this time my attenling
physician prescribed the " Ilebrew Plaster,"
.and it acted like a charm; the pain left tue,
an.l I slept more than half the night, ani in
three days I was able to ride out. I conider
the "Hebrew Plaster" the bstremiedy for
all sorts of pain now in use.
G. W. M'MINN.
Hendersonville, N. C., August 16, 185o.
BE WARPE OF, COUAITEIEWAITS
AND BASE JMJITAT7iO'NS!
The genuine will in future have tie sigtta
ture of E. Taylor on the steel plate engraved
label on the top of each box.
Purchasers are advised that a mean counter
feit of this article is in exi-tence.
hIe g-nuine is only scid by us, and by or
agents appointed throughout the Suit. h-and
to pedlar is alleId to sell it. Dealers and
purcliasers generally are canttioned. againist
uying of an1y but our regular agents, other
%vise they will be imposed.upon with a worth
. less article.
.113 Chartres street, N. Orleans, sole U'neral
Agents for the Southern States to whotm all
orders must invariably be addressed.
SOLD ALSO BY
MILA-R & Bttwr-rtN, Sumtinerville, S. C.
- '. J. WORKMAN, Ctimden, S. C.
Z. J. DERAiY, Cttmdiilent, S. C,
S. Ecu, Orattgelurg, S. C.
Jan. 24, 1855 12 6 mno.
ATT'ORNEY AT LAW,
Solictor' in Equity.
WVILl, practice itt lie Coutrts for Sum i
ter, Rihland, Kershamw, Datrlington und
&:P Office ont Coturt House Square,
Sunmtervile, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1855 tot
TEundersighned hiave formed a co
partnersthip ini the practicae of Lawv and
Equtity, for Sumiter District.
Office heretofore occuipied by A. C.
SPAIN & RICHARDSON.
A. C. SPAts. J. S. G. RIcJuAruDson.
Jan. 10, 1855' 10 um
The Coipartnershtip heretforre existing
under the firm of BUnEnt & N E&WnEnY, iS
this day dissolved by Imnitattion anid mu ttu
il consent. All thme Notes aud Accounts oif
the firm have been placed in the hands of
Y. N. BUTrIER for collection, who is the,
only autthorized agent to liquidate the
debts of the concern. All personts itndebited
bty note or account, w.ill please come for.
ward anid make inmnmediate settlements.
Y. N. BU'TLER.
A. McCAIN NEWI3ERY.
Having sold toy interest in the Stock in
trade to Mr. A. M. NEWBF.RY, 1 wouitldl
re~omnmend him to the ctutomtiers who so
liberally patronized the lte firmn.
Y N. BUTLER.
Having Bought the interest itt the
Stock in trade from Mr. Y. N. BUnLsa of
the late firin of BUTLER & Na'wnsur-. I
will from this date curry in the tmercantile
butsiness upon mny own restponsibility. I re.
turn my thanks to the customners of the
late firm, and earnes~tly solicit a conthinu
ance of their pat ronnge.
A. McCAIN NEWBEIRY.
* Oct. 26,1854. 1 t f.
*Ju st Arrived and for Sale,
and Fixtures, &c.
Violins and Guitars;
Violin atnd Guitar Strinigs,
L, B. UAN KS.
August 9,1854 41 - tf
1R A YED OR STOL EN
From the preiseit of the subscriber a
addle wAith spiring stirrups, atnd covered
abougt a yeam ago by Mr. Johnson. withl
hntleather. Any informtlion conlcerning
llrs~atd gaddle wI be thankillyrcie
by - - A. J. M SEk
Jan. 0 185 10 - a
Office W. & 1W R. R. Co.
W tt iNOTON, N. C. Jan. 15, 1855.
The following schedule will go into operation
Night Train. Day Train.
Leave W. & It. It. It. 8.00 p. m. 7.00 a.
" Station Wilt'n 8.3) 7.31
f Brinkiey's 9.26 8.26
Fleinigion, 10.21 9.21
" Whitesville, 10.57 9.53
Gristu, 11.30 10.21
" Fair Blif, 12.03 a. ni. 11.00
Nithols, 12.31 11.1s
" lalion, 1.21 12.13 p.
Great Pee Dee 1.52 12.31
Alr's Bluil', 2.41 1.34
Florence, 3.1.1 1.41
Timmonsville, 3.45 2.1)
Lynchbtrg, 4.2) 2.39
'- huyesville, 452 30
Souterville, 5.26 3.35
uMichester, 6.01 4.08
"Wateree, 6.32 4.25
Arrive tit Kiiiagaville, 7.30 5.00
DO \VN Tl ?A INS.
Night Tij.Day Train.
Leave Kingsville, 3.0) p. mn. 5.00 a. m.
69Wageree, 3 46 5.411
is Manchestecr, 41.06 6.012
Simiierville, -IA. 1 6.33
" Siyesvitle, 5.07 7m.11
Lyactiorg 5.35 7.26
Ta'itlilt)Isy if le, 6.019 7.57
loren9ce, 1.43 8.25
'Mar's 11it, 7.10 84
Great 10e De, 751 9.27
Marion, 8.20 9.52
Fa i r I f . 9.50 11.05
(risisa, 12125 11.37
%V II i.sv Il[a, 10.59 12.1)5 p. M.
SFlemiuiilon, 11.45 12.30
9 Brinkley's 12.415 a. in. 1.3.
Arrive Wiliniog1tn, 1.1 2.20
W. & R. It. It. 2.30 12.53
Dlay Traiim. %\ill slop at all the re'~itar .913.
illriv atld at I lul' Creek, 3a 5eII0, Whi0
nuirsI., i'v.acaavko, (Cerro Gordlo, 31tiltM.S, CaIr.
teraii itl, mid., Cutte Savimali irae vignfjlrdtu
ake ing an pille ow.0 pas.e oga.m.
"Geaeral 3Guperititendmit N. & 31. I4. It.
aiancer t 17, , 4G5 17 2
" a umterill copy ..11..
OFF yc 5F
Wila & Man Rail Road,
V[t NTo, N. . 4 10 lLv .
"H Fa svlti ailu l Teti'r of !9l.e
c ester itl 11 d 2le hl11 at 37!
i hitsvl N. . me 5Vei tesd y 12e p.m
J luer mingt5 , .5 . 12.-10
after axl, Ix'ith 1110 li Vtimarv
J Nr in Qe ys 1 t. .f r.
January 10, 1855 .1( ) .
aTher is no ll ta the euscr
ter s close i s Cbsine, lxr the Wur.
las o, setliig, aller Gst, h lens moe lo
et leps, adig dema nads, and hopes 1tat
those w e arnd il I s at gill apreciale
his nece1ssit ie~s, coeol forwa rd midg settle
Geinealy ueiTnan . & M. it. t.
Jan. 17, 1855 i7 if
I lie thin any mpinte B. Wilson,
and NV. W. Brai!py, Ry Lawfil Agets,
to irausact tiy llusalls.
MlARY S. WiiILSON.
ail. 15, 1855. 11 4t.
All serveth havinn d uialds a oest the
Ssk1hrs of h. . SWniirs, nrn &ales-ed
h0to e linw ill w0 lhe sbsrhedr at% Wit
tested ncc.ri iig .on 1We and ayll ise .Ilit
uail a55e ils or thedu tilO first n
aftr, e f r Monsd i mlanar 18.->5tt ~. i
JanIuay 10~t, 185 10II~tOS l li E.
pOse 25. 1elng an 5ist ae o to
Lac pesngdnd so Sandos ta
rts who~ are in' histe~ dtllwla.l aprite
hw l is nesites, comte frd and1 l ettle lll
Jali n.t 17,~ 1855a lesa ~ 111la l if I
AddW W rdey, myI) Lafu Agents,
lll.31ll NI ISN.
Jan.uar, 1855H. 11) 4t.
AVlE pesonhaving~e dal nds111) allns thse
l)~iiltat of i. Cirnes, arie lrequelle
lto hard ther in! to te et alleroter Idull
te aciormgnt la ;ic iiandal t!' lat
mult hae ilek rbod u hefrto
Nlvemberd al ieuetfo hie punctualern
a the yments, as lithe bsilles oi e
reairis such alwt in lienceat hie
W.. M. l)AN N0131.
Ocn. 10, 1851 1-0 (t
-( a nn.otiraleas oy he
ngt L andi..fo io r Sale.ias ull'&l
IIl'. litadIeglea o ilir for sae. rait ractd
twent l~live atre I situar neil IiliinthL
het sitationy i ph'taosat deautifulo
anid Pun.lrpas oy aiy in. ohe itrict a r
good (I waiter, teathnagd i rantg for stockile.
Tems wrtill be .Inad to suittii li oth pur-o
tO~litiviidos 'lowdensr 1 Ml~ls l.
Jaueaylt Apri 12,5 14 4t
'l ili ubiberld crly uof all thork
idebtd toW hi to comaiel frwardo and (ainrk
paymnt. A itape: crcu Instance areVligii suho
that of atherniligeiey111 canolan illoh
lins helive toi..Ievl needmoe anltr ea
l'ie wuldry Clon itnrm , his cutomes~l
athey pui. lath sltltl or iui o thIe
repaIi tof a~ll or ill tht ie, ar his
otrd ostnd oer Whitel&pliaya n sood
Jaon., 1855hllr t 1a IeMrhnsor
Panemslenitesr ma igE buysheln and rPan
sth ublihe, thatle ci~sn p rered t urnsesa
shoritl ngne, ash of a ityes pril ando glited
telinds tro itty aye wiitgvo, paintedtr no
andPanel t oor. of may iztet or maki, a will
thmk pe patong tis. rom metfly bolici-d
peis wr in al doneray hnrandh oulit fgood
mseoemterjia. omyerie1 ali
thi0 litstlr of the, 1 bushi eanyfssdlier
o uie nowersrdf St 1,or. 228 i-nueet
Sum tilh i , 1854. 2hrlstn S.
, he ndesigedforerl ofNwYr
Cit, utno a emnn ei1eto hr
letnA prprdt5o. ntigi h
The Trustees of lthe Sumtervillie Academy
give notice that they have engaged tie services
of Mr. W. B. LF.Aly an Principal of the
Male Academy. lie will have associated with
him Mr. D. D. ROSA, who Will take charge
particularly of the Mathematical Dopartttent.
From the past experience and stecess of
these gentlemen, as teachers, the Trustees feel
wiarranted im recommending in tho highest
terms, the Institution to the support atnd pa
tronago of tih. community, and time public gen
erally. 'he terms will he as follows:
For the primary English course, per
quarter, - - $6 00
For the advanced English course,
per quarter, - 10 00
For the latter, Witlh the classics, per
quaarter, - - 12 00
Extra charge for repairs, fuel, &c. 50
Jan. 10, 1855 10 tf
11. W. BLACK, A. B., Principal.
The exercises of this kchool will be
resumed on Monday 22nd inst. This
Academy is siluated ahont twenty miles
belov Sumnterville near the "1 Nelson Fer
ry Road," in a remarkably healhy loca
tion. The community is moral and reli
giotus, and entirely free from the haunts
of vice and dissipation.
The Principal pledges to use every ex
ertion which his experience of several
years in teachng can command for tihe
ndvancement of those entrusted to his
RATES OF TUITION.
Ist. Class, Primary brancies including
English Granmmar and common Arithme
tic, per qiuarter of eleven nontths, $4 00
2mt Class, Geography, Philoso.
1hv, Astronomy. with a higher
cotirse of Mathematics, 0 00
3rd Class, Latin and Greek, 8 00
Good board and washinrg can be obtained
in the neighborhood Iir 6 to 7 dollars per
month, No student taken in th laoschool
for it less time than one quarter.
No deduction madn for absence except
in cases of protracted sickness.
AMaj. T. C. CONNORS, Sec'y
for tle Board of Trustees.
Friendshi p P. 0, Sumiter District.
.an. 10. 18-5 10 4t
ISS I tPiTENSIA IIAYNsWORTtl has re
opened her school for young ladits
Aliss N. WELLS, - - Assistant.
Terms per Session of live Months.
Iet Class Elementary studies for youmg
est giris -S-5-).. ..S.l 00
2nd " " " wil Geo
granlv. Aritlhmetic, Grammar,
nnd li.stry . . . . . . . . $ 00
3d, 4th " Iligher studies for young
ladles ... , , - - - . . .$15 00
Instruction in the Frenach Langmage, 12 00
ausic, . . .. .. .. .. .. ... . .20 00
lT llouirs of Ittendiacc at tie school
room. from 9 o'clock ini the morninag, to
hall, past 2 o'clock P1. M.
If an inicreased numnber of pupils re.
ruite it, otlemr Assistants of the higiest
attimnents will be employed.
January 10. lia55 10 4teov
Baptist Female College.
This Institution, recently established
by lte State Biaplist Convemtiona of Soith
Carolina, and governed by the Board of
Trnstees of lite Fmrman University, Wvill
go into operation on thefirst tf, February
next, tnler a ftll ('orpm of competent In
si rotlors, and at the usual rates of Tuition.
Board can he obtained for Students oin
ajpplicatit'ln to the mundersigted.
C. J. E iORI),
P'. C. E I )W% A Ilt !)S,
T. B. ROBE RTS1.,
p. '. IlROCKMAN,
P. E. l)UNCAN,
Executive Comm ittee.
Jamn 3, 1855 . 9 3t
ON thme lifteenmth day omf January tihe
subhscribemr w*ill openm a schaool in athis place.
Inm order to d., pastice to) haimself anad all
ccecmrnaed lae wvil adami t laut twe~ve ptupils
minto hii schlaai. Th'le termus of ttuitiona
anmmhe knownm upon applicamtiona. TIhmose
deasrm.' to enter wvill maake eamrly applic'a
hon ais his list ol pumpils will he cloased as
soon aIs thme desired mitbter lhas oyehredh.
A iew boardecrs will lbe taken at eighty
dll ars per so-sina of five months for~ board
1'referenace wvill be given to thmose pre
pmr arm for a colilegiate comarse, antI esapecialm
iams takenea to m advance thoase who are de.
licient in their sumndies. D~ uing them wvin.
ter thme school wvill open at 9 A. M1., rand
clmote at 3 P. .
From A pril ino September it will opten at
7 A. M1. anad close at -2 P. 3M.
.lOIIN W. E RVIN.
Jatn. 3, 1855 9 :at
Till un~taader.signaed notities the public that
1 mn Mombay tihe 15th inast., heo wal
ioen a femiteI school in Sum tervi Ile; in
wic wilmvl be tta ughat all thae Enaglisha
Bra ma-los of edcimationr. I Jo will het as.
sistedl by hais dlautghter A muie. Boys unader
t welve years oat age wvill be admitteal.
Janua~ry 10, 1853 10 3t.
','llREE NEito 1I0Y8, frm 16 to 18
yearm ol, ams Aplprentics amo time Calrpeter
'l'rad~e, mandeimr ilEN , l'oreana of WVinnas Newv
'itore, naow being puat maponm . ight oif time old
Tm'a ermn m Smatitervalie.
A. 3. MOSES.
Nov. 29. 185I 5 ml
To the Ladies,
T11I suabscriber havi ngjutst receiavedlfrom
N. Y. a beautiftul seletian of FA1 N.
CY CASES, Al IDAIiONS, BIIOOCII
E.'S. &C., woumld respet fully invite thme
cit izenms of Smnterv alie anti its vicinaity toa
Call andi examuine for thematselves, amnd lae
toels assmured that. inothing oat his part wal
lbe left tundomae ina secuarinag a corre~ct like.
ness for all whom moay f~vaor him with ma call.
Itootas (tap statirs) tnext door to time Sumter
T. A. LAFAlt, Artist.
January 10, 1855 10 t.
Th'le above rewmard of '1Twenty D~ol
hars, will be paid for tile delivery to
m.~.iyself, or lodgment in Samnter Jail,
of my Boy IIAItVY. whao left nay premismes
in A pril iast. Ie is black, abiat .six feet
haigha, hams goodi teat h, antI is imntelligent. II is
range is suipposemd to be fromn this aneigh-.
borhoodat, (in whiichm he has nmerouis rela.
tives) to about Scottsville on Black tiver.
J. T. G RE EN.
Nov. 8tha, 1854. 2 tf
rresh Pie-Fruits and Pre
serves for ale by A. J. MOSES.
Dec. 30, 1854.- 8 .
BY G. W. BOMAR,
South-west corner of Church and Queen. ste
CIARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
THlE IIAlILLEE HOU8E.
Sunaterville . C, Nov. 1 18 1.
This IHJouse. tainted imtnediately oin
the Wilminigton &. blanchester Rail Road
and at very nearly a central point between
Wilmington N.C. Cltirleston S. C. and
Auguosta Ga., is still open for the receptio'
ani acconinodaton 01 the travelling pub.
lic. and aflords the tired travcller an op
portunity to lay over a night on the tire
some journey between the points above
alluded to. The Proprietor hats itted up
several comfortable bedlroomis for that ex
press purpose and having incurred the
first heavy expenditure on tis line of road
tor the confort and accomnmnolation of
traveller.-, he hopes, by the continued and
untireing zeal oni the part of the Manag.'rs
of the elstalblislhnent. ti secure a c rntinn
ance of that liberal patronage bestowed on
him for the last tenl moinths. lie could
refer to Itundreds frot the North, Sout h,
East and West, as to the claims of his
1-loose, but prefers persons giving himt a
W. S. MITCIIELL,
B ML r 5 Managers.
Nov. 8, 1854. 2. 6mt.
Wholesale Tin Ware
G. I1. VERONCE & JiROTIIER
D'alers in Plain .IapannedrI Tin Ware,
Take this mielhod of infiorniing, their
frienls and custotmers thatt tiley have re
cently ntade large additions to their ma
cinnery so as tl el;al)le themi to supply
the great demand in the above line wlit
neattness and despatch. Our ware is of the
best make and warranted not to leak.
The country trade supplie-d on liberal
63, State-st. (near the market) Charleston
Noveimber 2:, 185- I 5 G;m
AT THE NEW STORE
UNDER ODD I-ELIOlVS IA Ibi,.
A. 31. NE\VE RY 1ives notice to ithe
cit izens of Suniter and Dtrlhngton District,
that ie is notw receiving antd openining at
is NE\V STOltE, a choice and well se.
lected stock ot Dry Goods, Ilats. Caps,
Bowts, Sheis, Creckery, Glassware, Gro
ceties, Saddilcry, lardware, Ready Made
T' all of which lie invites the attention
of the putblic, especially the lades.
A. M NEWBVERY.
Noveiher 22, 15.1 5 tf
I0T \Vagchman copy.
All persons haviig niy denanids ag-ainst
Capt. Janes it. hlrock Deceasel lute of 8um
ter Disitrict, will please bresenti their demntandeS
to the subsecriber for paytent, ad those in.
debted will nake paytent tl the same.
L. F-. II AH3E, Ex'r.
Nov. 29, .85., 5 tf.
Dr. R. A. Bethune
HAVING permnanerntly lncated himself
near 3ulldrow's Steam Mills, oll'ers his
professional services to the citizens of the
suirroundingr cri.nt'ry, ind trusts Iy care
aid atteitior1 to h1 s patients, to inerit, the
liberal patronage of the coninunity in
general. H is charges will be reasaonablo;
metot to, "live and let live." Otfice at the
residetnce of .John F. Munldrow, where he
meay n aways he feounid uniless catlled oly on
B3radeleytzlle, S. C. .Ian. 3, l855 9 3m
U P 11 0 L S T1 jE RI Y .
FA LL IMPO'RTAJTIONXS.
11- WV. KINIM & 00-,
Corner of King and Berrisfordl Street,
fall'OltTfEll (OF FiL\NiI
INVITE' TPIlE ATT"ENTI'ON OF TIlE
trade anid ptubbe genteralIly to th Ite(xtent.
s ive a beha ut. fitl assortmenciit of
SATllN D)E L.A I N ES--DA .\IA SKM,
L.ACE AND)ic lUShlIN C~lYlTAINS,
CtNlICES, BANDS AND PINS, &c.
whticht they are receivging tromt Eutrope and
Amiericani miainutfactories, antd witncht thte3
JJ7ZOLESA LE ANI) JET Alb.
at l'ICES LO)WEIl titan aity other
house mt this city.
II. W. K. &' CO.. are receivig the
LATE.'i' PARI.S lDlSltGNS Fult CUR.
TIAINS AM) DECOR.ATIONS, esf all
kinds, antd atre enaibledi teo ptroduce work otf
the best chtaratcter anud sivln.
hilerchtantts and Famtilies will fii it to
their adevatntage to catll, as every article int
the CURTAIN AND) UI'IlOl.STEltY
LINE can be obtiitned at the above estah.
I ishmenitttt, anrd at termts wichl catnenot ful to
ALL. KINDS) OF
JITEIOR D>ECORAT 7IONS
executed, antd 1'A Pl' S lput uptI in superior
sty le~ hiy expterienced workmetn.
IDec. 6, 18l5i 6 4It
A Call in Earnest,
All psrianst neted.tot i l by note, or an.
counitt previonst to th tbrsi of JIanutary lenst are
respecitttly requtesledl tol iakeu imeediie pay
.We~ are int w.ant ofall the money that is ow.
mtg to ts ande w.e trust this call will ntot be
RtOGKIIS & SPElNCER.
Bishtopville, Nov. 29, 1t851. 5 if.
All, persons hauving any demnands
against William McElveen, late of Sum-n
ter District, die'eased, will rteder atlesteel
statemtentse to thte stuscriber: ande all
tho~se indebted will ntake immedohiite pay.
ment to the same.
Jan. 10. larmS - 10i - Tm
OUR OFFICE IS PIEPARED r
All Orders in Job Work,
1itf) Neatuczs aub iMespatti)
We hope those of our readers wishing
work done, in ibis line, will Lrivenis a call.
We ofTeir for sale a choice collection or the
miost celebraed atid be.-t varieties (if Peachev,
P'ears, ()Oh11 Standard and Dwarfs on Quinee,)
Plins, Cherries Necla
riancs, A piotv,, Euiinces
Figs, Straw berries., 8a11114
Aative Grape Vines.
10,000 APPLE TREES,
well grown, enmbracing 150 varieties of
rare excllence. We oier these to the trade,
or I!, the ltnldred, it low rates.
New amid rare ROSES( of lhe finest kinds
and lateat importatinsi;, Flowering Shrubs,
rare aid beautiful EVERGlEENS, &c.
Pri"ed lists set to all post-paid applicants.
Packages carefully senti by railroad. Address,
SUMMER & CRAMMOND,
Alston P. 0., S. C
Nov. 29. 185-1. 5 tf.
To the Planters of Sumter
W e linve just received a largo STOCK
O kER YSI , Plains, Linseys,
Blankels, Shoesi &c. &., to all of which
we especiAlly invite your attention. We
ollir Bargains in thesd gends.
WATSON & GARDNER.
Oct 4, 1851 4 tf.
WIlOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tobacco, Snuff'aad Segar
"'SIGN OF TI'I I.VDIA N CHIEF."
M A RK1T STREET,
One door above Water,
W tr.atrGTos, N. C.
(X N. B.-All orders filled with des
Oct. 18, 185S 51 ly.
PAUL T. VILLEPIGUE,
CO.LISSION and FOR IVARDING
M E l1 C HI\ N T,
CilARLELISTON, S. C.,
Sells Cotton, Gmrin, Flour, Bacon, and all
other articles of produce.
Strict an i rompt attention givento the
FORWA1IING oGf Guds and Produce:
Augoust 9, 1851 4Li
C. P, REMSEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO R. H1AVLEY,)
WhIOLESA LE AND RETAIL
RichardIson Srrcef,-N. 89.
TWO DOORS BELOW TH E MARKET,
COLUMBIA, S. c.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Aa1ES T. PETTEwAY. GEO. E. PtITcHETT
Petteway & Pritchett.
GE NIRA L COMMISSIO.V A ND
FOR WA RDING MERCILANTS
NoRTH WATER STr.EET,
Wilmington, N. C.
Liberal advances imade on consignment
Oct. 18, 1854 51 ly
SUccEssoa TO REsToN & TownsmEr.
Wholesale and Retail.
NO 3 MAETI STREET,
Wimington, N. C.
Prlime Fresh Garden
JUST 1 rceie and for sale by
RICE & T1IIOMSON,
Dealers in Drugs, &c.
Jan. 2, 1855 9 3
80,000 Bricks for Bale
by A. J. MOSES.
D~ee. 20, 1854. 8 if.
Ti'llt sublscribmer lias just returned from
lthe North, and is now opening a splendid
Ladies' Dress Goods,
or all konds, viz:
A beautiful lot of Richa Plaid atnd Striped
Plini Coliored do. Black Striped and
Cashimeres, Merinos, Persian Clulbs;
Liadies' Corsets, Mhetalic Corset Bourds,
Rigniets, assortedl colors, French work
ed Colb.rs. Blandls, &c.
Ladies' KidI Gloves, Ladies' Ganntlets;
Long Black Mills fur I adies and Misses.
Shnoes of all Descriptions,
T1ravelinig Truniks, Carpet Bags, Ladies'
Work lBoxies, &c. &t.
A full stock of Negro Kerseys, Blankets,
Nei.ro Shomes, Groceries, of all kindms.
lReady miado ClothIinig, Sadedlery, I lgrw are,
Coikimig Stiores, Air-tight. Parlor Stoves,
l"iaers Boilers, &c., amt Itower prices lhan
usual. Call anid get bargains.
L. 13. IJANKS.
Oct. 25, 1851 52 if
FAMILY S UP PIE S.
Kenidrick & Jenkins
WOhi LD1 nounceiUitt to their friendhi and thme
comomunit y at large. that mthey have opened In
Sumtervillec o'pposite to We h's Store, a large
mind itarlit stock of
F.-l M! IY Gr R0 0 CIERIES.
Such as have never before been exhiblted for
for sate ini this market. It co mprixes in pst as
llAi CON-Prime Sides, Shoulers andI Hlami.
Xt :G;A Rt-lirosi,'i Crmushaed, Powdered and
COFFEE-ltio. Java, and Lagiuira,
Lard, Bummer, Molasses, Cheese, Cr~ckers,
Mackerel, Smoked Beef anid tongues, Pickles,
Prunes, Brandied fruIts, Lobsters, Sardines,
Salmiond, Bolognia Sausage, Vermicelli, Maca.
rumnia, &c. &c.
Finie Tlobiacco and Segars.
Irishl Potatoes, Omons, Beets, Smoked Her
inigs, Fruits, Nuts, amnd Confectionary of all
Wheat, Hucikwhieat andl Rice-Flonr.
In short the y pledge thmeniselves. by strict at
tention to bus Iness, e~ eping on liend thme hEaT
of AL!. goods in theIr line, and selling cmassr
for casm or produce, to merit a share of public
J- Ik KENDRICKc. W. W. JENKINB.
Nov. 15, 4854 3 (fg
am now receivmg and opening
ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCMl 01 066
ever brought to this market'
which I will me )1ow for canh or to approved customern on time. Havinlen iko'
experience ard tie ready money to buy goods with, enables me to ofler t ollowingi
articles remarkably chenp, viz:
A LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS rriaify domesi6,
HATS. CAPS, 8110E, C 1dPI'E'S VARiE, BASKET WARN, -
fIJI LDI NG MATERIALS9, CAltlENTzJ~jR'S TOOu, CUTLERY, Ac"
IAR VARE, of il degfription., Pt - ten. Skillets, &C
STONE JUGS AND JARES, STON ' CIfflyNFS.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, CARRIAGE IIARDYWARD.
LEAT IIER OF ALIL KINDS, Saddlery, Harness, &c. &c,
SIAT'IONARY AND CONFECIONARY.
CROCK ERY, in dinner setts and otherwise.
GROCERIES, of all kinds.
And amuost any article that may be called foue
Sept. 20, 1854i. 471
XEEP THE BALL IN 1MOTION.
20,000 Pair Plantation Brogans at the
Planter's and Factor's Depot
EDWARD DALYS BOOT AND SHOE
TIE subscriber begs leave to announce to the Planters and Merchants of SImirtee
anl Villinensbuig Districts, thR.t e 11. noN# on hand, arid constantly receiving Large
mipplies of PLALTATION 9lIO0kS, togetliea' vtill an Lrrvaled stock of Ladiepi
Miat s, Boys, l'ouis, and Children's Boots and Sio's,- 6f every kiYd aWid from the
inost faishioniable It'orhknen,
E Orders front thd counfry raithfully ind.prmptly attended to'.
306 King-St, Ciarlcstant S. C a feit dootr above tne Merchant's Ilotel-same sidei
September 27th, 18;Aj 48 ml
GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
FOR AL BOWEL q)ESEASES'
Such as, Cholr, rDyse Dta h c oN liY uD Clio]ic Cfioera rnanttft',
ALSO,-ADM1IICADL ADAPT1ED To MIANY DISEASES OF.FEMALE.i
Most Especially 1aihful Alenstruation.
'he Virtues <f Jacob's Cordial are too trell knowri to 4euire Encomiumi.
1st. It cures the icorsi cases of Dirrhica, 7th. It cures Painfui Menstruation
9nd. It cures the trorst forms of Dysentary, :81h. It reliercs Pains hi JIdek dnd Loins,
:3l. I cures Californ ia or Iexican Dir. 9th. It Counttracts Nr rousiest and Des
4h. It relieres the severest CYholic, lth. It restores Ir utarilles
51h. It cures the Cholera Morbus, 11th. It dispels rloony, hysteriraleFeelins
61h. I cures Cholera Infa nium. 12h. om's an adysirable enic.
A trew Short Extracts froma Letters, Testinoniais, &C:
g have uded Jacob's Cordial in my family, and have found it a most efficient, and In my
judgment a valuable remedy.
110N. IItA31 AVARiv.ri, Judge of Supreme Court, Ga.
It gives me pleasures in being able to recommend Jacob' Cordial-my own personal G
rience, anal the experilrca:e of any neighbors and friends around me, in a sufwicient guarante
for mue to believe it to be all that it purports to be, viz : a sovereign remedy." c
Wm. I. U v'a iwoorn, Formerly Judge of Supreme Court, Cherokee Circuit.
ietake great pleasure in recommuending this invaluable medicine to all afllicted with bowei
di.eaxes (or wich I believe it to be a sovereign remiedy-decidedly superior to any thiagelso
ever tried by me."
A. A.G(AULDINO, D. G. BF. of tile Grand Lodge of Georgia.
"I have used 'Jacob's Cordial' in my family, antl this, with all I hear about t a eial
by those who have tried it, induces nie to believe that itstands at the head of every preparation
of the kind, anit I would recommend its use in the diseases for which it is comoun ed.
Mar.ru G. DonnaiNs, Cashier of the Bank of the State of Georgia
aIf there ix any credibility in lumai testitnony, Jacob's Cordial' nust atn. pre-eminent -
albove all othter preparations for the cure of Bowel Disease.. From the mass of tetianony in sin t
favorcoming in from all qoaracrn, it must be very far in advance, as a curative agent, ofmoac.
if not all other I'paten t' preparations."
A FLE111NO, Cashaier Marine r.hd FIte Insuraneii Bank, Grimfn. .
This efficient remedy is ravelling into celebrity as as Bunalirtb pushed ils columns .
into Russia, and ga-ininy commendation wherever used."
Georgia Jeffersoniah, Ma 1lk h 5
WM. W. BLISS & Co.. iror-etors.a'.-an.L -.
I'or sale b DARGAM -- Co., Sumlerville; T. A. DAnGAN, P1. G. hIcGRFGog Dara
Iington ; T. Wn M AN 4. Co., Camden ; FiSHER 4- fENTIsH' Columbia, S. C.
IAVILAND, HARIRAL, Resly & Co., New York.
Principal Depots, HAvILAND, hAnhAiL & Co., Charlestoi, S. Ca
. ' J- WRIGHT & C.,New Orleans.
And by the Principal Merchants and Druggasts tharouighout the State.
July 26, 1854. 30
DR. W. JA8. DARGAN & CO.
SUMT]&RVILL S C
OFeRS for sle t FOR CASII, or an apiproved creditg at tl.?e lowest market prices; a we -
Drugs and Medicines.
Fine Chemicals, Paints and Olis, Extracts- Wiies -
FnyArt l'es, Spirit Gas Scailaoa ias
-,p a ,la, Spirits Tlfrpentine, Stationery, Vinegr
Treaf iser with eveu artcle inisgthearok of a Druggist or hysician. Alsd; a vaJ
Cod Liver Oil, (best) Jacub's (Citoleral Cordial.
Wisiar's Ilalsam.of Wild Cherry; Carter's Spanish MlIxture,
Ayr's Ch erry Pectofah . Hamiptons' Vegetable Ticture
Davll a y nPils and Ointrient; De Lormne's Balsam of Liife,
Dais ~an iler,- Tattermall's Heave Powde rs,
ndaway's Readly Relief. Dr. Jayne's, Medicines.
1 ad way's l~iovati ng iesolterit; Phoznix Bitters and Pills;
Farrell'sAa inn Lananment, Hoofland's Geninan Bitters;
Thoe o l a feti...... f amny article sin our ine of buianes and you tiIiesppid
JJn 24, 1855 A W. JAS. DARGAN; M. D.
G~autbihatt. IIE are authorized to mnnounceNWa
WVLE WIS a candidate for Ordinary at
We the friends of A, R. the ensuing election.
BR A DH AM Esqr., t ake pleasure ih an- -June 28. 18.54 35 tf " .
nouncing hinm as a candidate for Sheriff
of Sumnter District, at the net Elcion For Tax Collector.
Mar 2,M1ANY2 FR . .D The Friends of .J. Y. flrunson1 annouce
M ar. 2 9, 1 8 5 4. 2 i . h ur.i a c a n d id a te fo r f ta x C blle c n i-o f C i .a ' '
A Number' of Voters take "'""t Cournty, at thse e,,suing ste4e~
pl as r L in ou n c C lla WI . A O ct. 11, 1854 5 0 n V
iT of Sumtner District, at the next election. ~~~i
March 15, 1854- 20 if. The Friends of R~.r~ott
annouc~e hIm a Caendiddte foe Tax-UoIleoter
er - -ibr Salem, for ihe next term.-=Maa Vdt'a
Mr. Editor: Please announce Otet. 18, 18s4. 51. f r
Caupt. 'T. 1.. FR~IEao as a Candidate for'
Shecriff of Sunmter District at the ensuing & Miesaga. Editora - -
election. please announce Mr. JAMES McCUL
Aug. 24, 1853- LUM ab a candidate for Tax Colledtor fut
- - _______________ - Salem, for the next term.
98 The friends of capt' Many votet
P. M. GIBflONS announce him a candli. Oct 11, 1854 0 m
date foi- the office of Tax-Colleclor for
Salem dddlnty, at the ensuing election and lor the anner.
oblige MANY VOTERS. SUIMTERVILLE, S. C., Dec.1,
October 1 1- -l, Gentikman of Claremnoi County:-.X cir .
P0 fO 1 R D /I#tA R Y. out fIn tlilhiahnel- to infbrm you tancr
(tTir l~ir, Editor j-You will cu""taned tfa prIvate natwill, a
please announce WILLIA M II. DRUN- lowv ide to be before you two year. h:n6o
SON na a candidate for the Office of Ordi- as a candidate for a seat in the Lert.
nary of Sumter District, at the ensuIng islattire, and having a willingneqt r '
'eMecyiVoi. s you in aome way, I offr yogy e~e'
A ri 2th 15227tr as a candidate for Tax-CfolEr ~'c .
April 27th, 1q5- rnext election, and if elecador~n1~~
ES ' We are authorised discharge my duty to the beat ih~
iannounce A. E. POOL as a candidate Ia orme
for Sherifl'of Sumter District at thieensu. Iayormtrep
tnig election. 0...
December 21, 1852 8-tf 3 E 'uWatchmmn please (Oap -t'.;
~~~Dec. 20, 1854 .,' -
M~r, Editor :-Pleasge an
niounce .JOlN N. McLEOD a candidate Tobacoaggga W
for ShIettif of Sumter District and ob- Choies hot.. just recevd~f3
higeMaRy lPatI ios.- by - -
June 29th, 1853 ~ -"'f Nos'ember 22 1554\