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*Thou uglhoppitg huiup-back frog
o hidd'thy pasty wrinkled face
endath some rptten filthy Iog
For thee, this is no fitting. placo.
Were you Lord Mayor of the town 4
And.owned a for4y acro lot,
You could not wear a sterner frowx
Or look more like a beastly sot.
-Yes, go, or some great loafers foot
Will surely fall upon your back,
0 Or some dandy's high heeled boot,
Will leave you sprawling in his track.
Now take a friend's advice and go
To where you can more safely be,
Or by some accidental blow
Your back is broke and woe is thee.
Lodibar March 19th, 1847.
KISSING NO ROBBERY.
"Oh, quit-get out-now don't you
I really wish you wouldn't,
Oh, quit-will youl Oh, geL out
You know you ought to shouldn't.
There, now vou've gnt oh, be still
1'ou suaAN'r have any more;
You've got-oh, take your face away
What no man's got before."
"One more-there-that will do." Oh, don't;
You've rimplel up my hair;
If you'll but quit, I'll cIvE you oNE
Now take it-tecre-there-there."
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
The underigne , praopietor of China's
Ilotel, it Simter C"urt House, S. C., res.
Aectfully i' iormuas hi. friends iiad the pub
ie, that he has thorsouLhly refitted his H-lf$
tel, nnd that it in iow' in complete order
for the nccominodation of oardlers, Visi
ters and the Travelling Public.
He returis his sincere thanks to the
public at large for their generous and libe.
ral patronage, and hopes by strict alten
tion to their comfort to merit its continu
His establishment is conveniently situa.
ted on tle Main street, near the Court
House, and will lie found convenient. ts
members of the Bar and Planters visiting
tile Court louse on business. His table
rill be carefully and regularly furnished.
JOHN CHINA, Jr.
Dec. 16. 1846. 7 tf
THE CAMDEN IIOTEL
BT B. P. BOYD.
The subscriher asnouiees to his friends
and.the travelling piblic, thaut lie hais taken
that large and comiodious Brick HOTEL
contiguous to tha Court H1ouse, in this
town, where lhe will be able to acconio
dAte ini tihe best mianiier, all will feel isa
cdined to giv"e ima a trial. Th'fe house hias
beeni put ini the best order, and newly. fn
ished thirouglh~st siad if ain earnuest desire
to please wvill give sutisfactioni, he is eain
vincedl thait sall will be satisfiedi. His taible
will be fuarnished sno ply'-hsi bar wvilIlihe
fusrnished with the best Liquarrs, .andl his
servants will be as 'entive as possible,
Camden, Jansuary 6. 1847- II- 6t
LYNCHES' C'REEK L ANDS FOR SALE
The l.iandl o af thae late Johnss i rDurant are
now fair sa.1le, conlsaiatinsg ''f varius qualaities.
atnd inl planat11ionl~s or p- a cels varyinig froms
175 toa 2000h aeres. Pesonis wvishingi to
puarchase Landas in Sumter District hsave
the opposartunoity uof doaing so now at very
reduced pricaes. T1he nudaesrsistned Agents
or Attornseys fors tae sle air th - sane miv
be founda sat Ithe residencne of J. D). Ashmsora',
formserly the resideLnce or the dceasedl
J. D. ASIIMOR E,
A tt'y. war Mlaruhau Ashmore.
Attorney ofC J. D. Smnith, J. 11. Smith
and H. A. Smnish.
Jr- T'he umlaersignaed hsaving retuarned to
.Georgia, Ca pt. 3. D). Ashmoare is antshorisedl
to make sasles ofl th'e iiave liad, oand for.
-ward the Tlitle Deedis to mue for execlui,
'TiOs. F. JONES4,
A ttorn~ey or J0aes 11 Smiith, John D.
Smith anda Harace A. Smnith.,
February 15, h817. 16 Imnif
CASH! CASH!! CASH!!!
Finadinig it nsecessary to raise money the
Benhscr'iber waouldl rIseesectfull insform the.
pmblic that he hias .--tered thes 'nature of his
businuess, anal that in future lie will seil ex
clusively for cashs, oar harter, andsa hapes by y
* di~te alteriiusio ina prices to make it asn object 'I
withs has formesr cuistomears anid assy whoa
maly fa~vor Ima wish n enll to) buuy for cash.
.1The subhscriber trusts that hsis long in.
* a~~~dlgenc'e tao his cusstomears wsill excuse this
c'all w hich hae maske's fori parompt pi'ymehnt
oaf his otf snaning dus.s whichs lie is cumn.
pelhled to clhose, to mseet hsis on dealth
lHe is assureds that the lm'w prices at
wvhich h' euss now sell rfor cash, wvill at
tract attertions to his stuck of every vasrie ty.
fain. 1, 1847. .10 P
Bacon and Lard*
PIME N .mrtlE Carolinns iacLons and best S
Leaf Lardl, for sih 1mw hv
M. DRtUCKER~ & CO. -
Camden, 8. C. Jatn. 20, 1847.
Of.i4CA QLIN A:-$ DISTRICTs
lope lIidgeway- is. W. B. Ridkway and
..It appearing to mvsatisfaction, ,that
ninptonW.DuBose, Joln inuse, James
3andlinarind wife and chilldren ofDevereaux
3axier, dbtendants in the alkoVo stated case,
-esi'if out of this State: It is therefore order
id tliat they do 'appear and objet to the
iv4on, r sale of the Real Estate of
rimothyidgiway, deceased, on, or be
0ore the twentieth day of May next -or
heir consent to the same will be entered
W. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
Februaiy 201h, 1847. 17 13t
Matthcew P. Mayes and wife and others, vs.
John G. Shaw.-Bill.
It appeariag to my satisfaction that Jno.
G. Shaw. the defendant in the casis, resides
out of the limits of the State of South
Carolina: on.motion of Win. Havnsworth,
complainant's soliritor, ordered that the
said John G. Shaw do appear within three
months after piblication hereof and plead,
answer, or demur to the said Bill, and that
in default thereof, the said bill be taken as
confessed against him, the said John G.
Shaw. Also ordered, that this notice be
published once a-week fir three months in
the Sumter Banner.
JOHN B. MILLER, Com'r.
Feb. 23. 1847. [$5 25] .18 13t
L. R.-Jennings and wife, et al. vs. I. E.
Richbonurg and wife, et al.-Bill.
It appearing to my salisfaction that Mi
chnel W. Murphy and wife, T. J.'spann
and wife and John G. Gerald, parties de.
fendants tip the above Etated Bill, resile
4t1 of the limits of South-Carolinaa: It is
ordied, that they do plead, answer, or
deemur to the same fvithin three .nonths
from the first publicatiolWor this order, or
an order pro confesso will be entered
JOHN B. MILLER, Cont'r.
March 2, 1847. [$5 25] 13t
vs. \In the Common Pleas.
Whereas Eleanor Spann, who is in cus
tody of the Sheriffor Sumter District by
virtue of a surrenlder of Vail in the above
stated case, and the said Eleanor Spann
lieving filed in my office her petition, pray
ing.for the benefit of- the Act of the Genl
eral Asie'bly, for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors, together with a schedule of her
estate and effects.
Notice is hereby given to the said Mar3
InglesLy and all other creditors of the
said Eleanor Spanit to appear at !he Court
House for Sumter District (in the lirst
Monday after the feurah Monday in March
ntext, to shew cause, if any they can, why
the estate aend effects of the said Eleanor
Spann should niot be assignved, anid she lie
discharged according tom thme provisions of
thme Aet of the General Assembly for thme
relief of insolvent debtors.
J. M. DAtG A N, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Sum. Dist.
Janueary 2, 1417. 510 13t
All persons indebted to the subscriber
by Note or Book Accomut, acre requecsted
to call and settle tup b'y thme 15th inst.; ar,
they will - piositively find their Notes and
Accournts placed in an cillicer's hanuds faor
eul ect iont.
SAMUEL J. TIINDALL.
Manchester, Jan. 1, 18417. 11 tf
15 or 20.000 for sale in lots to suit pur
.hiusers. Apply to
T. J. C'OGIILAN.
March 1, 1847. 18 t f
Thie subiscriber for the ftuture, wvall pre
ent his Accounts foar payment, qluartrly,
xct Plante'rs and Fanrimers w'ho par~
unimc:ually at the end of tihe year; such ar~e
onisideredl as good as C-4SH1.
- TP. J. COGIlLAN.
Febirumary 15, 1846. 15 tf
Fine No. I Salrnma, Mackerel, Goshen
hatter,Fresh Lcchster,(i~n tin..) Underumood's
'ickles, Riaisins, (in quarter boxes,)Sugar,
:afree, IHacoin, Lierd, &c., &c.; aund; as inhee
ASH SYSTiEM begins to work admira..
ly, piurchamsers would do well to call.
'hey wvill he soald at lower prices than ev
r ufl'ered in this market be'fore.
-A. J. MOSES.
February 3, 1847.
TPolel before tme by Deaniel Wehlon, a
nall sorrel M A lIE ad'judged to lie 13 years
Id, blind in the right eye, with sonie saud
le marks on the back, appiraisoed at twenty
ollars. Said Marc may hto seen at the
antation of Mrs. Sarlit Webdonm, near
0. WV. ROLLINS, Magistrate.
prlng Ilill, Seamier Dist.
Dec. 30, 184(6. 5 9 tf
lna a . MaIc nt thais Oamec..
Would iespectfullfirokin pier 1
couiiti-y, th~ thley llayek 9et ard
which will be offered low for CASI
times. Their facilities for keeping
guarantee satisfaction to their custo
10hhilds. SUG AR,r prime andi low-priced
i6 lbls.. DO. .
300 loaves Double refined Loaf and Crash
ed. Also, fine.
- 5 barrels do.
Extra fine Hyson TEA. Fine do:~de.
Ooolong (black) in half pound papers.
Do. very superior
Powshong (do) in half pound papers,
Bags old Java COFFEE
Rio do old and new
Boxes Sperm Candles, 4, 5 and 6 to
Boxes Adamantine (in papers) 6 to the
Boxes Charleston made Tallow 0 to
1 &2 16. canisters Preserved Salmon,
1 lb. canisters Lobsters, hermetically
Jars mixed Pickles; do. Gherkins, q'us.
Canistdrs Sardines (in oil) I and 2lbs.
Layer Raisins, (all cluste'rs) Zante
Quarter boxes MR Ruisins
Soift shelled Almons.
Drums Tmkey Figs (small size)
Bordeaux Ahionds, soft shliled
Bxes Genoa Citron, preserved nith
East & West India Groceries assorted
Jars East I.Preserved Ginger; Mac
Whole and ground. Black Pepper; do.
Nutnegs, Cloves, Ginger Cinnamon,
No. 1 Choelate, prepared Cocoa
Und erwood's Mustiard in' 1-2-and '1-4
Ross Wiater, Lemon,Pine Apple, 11raw.
ber-y, RaspberryUand Orgeat Syrmps
SweeL oil, Harvey Saiuces Reading
Mushroom Ketehup, Tomato Ketch
Paoli Vinegar, Stonghton'stBitters
Soda Biscuit, Pic Nie, WaterPilot,
& Navy Crackers, Lemon do.
Pearl Starch,(a sup. article) Fig Blue
Letter Paper, Foolscap do.; Suit Pe.
White Wine Vinegar, Cider do.
Canisters Duponit's Eughe Rifle Pow
Kegs and half kegs PF. glazed do.
.A full assortment of Shot, all sizes'
200 Sacs SA LT, extra large size, amnd in
Nos. 1, 2 and 3'Mackerel, Kitis No.
TEE CAMDEli BA~ZA5,
- toPl'oslTE TilE: CA3IDE.N BA'N K.)
MI. DRlUCKER & CO
Womuldl respeerfolly iifform them citizens
of Sumnter anid the adljacemnt conntry, that
they keep consmantly omn hand a large anid
spalenidim ashsortment of
E~NG LISAl, FRENCuE AND AMERICAN
Together with a large assortment of
R E ADY ADE CLOT HING,
of the latest st'yle, aind all qualities.
A large and wvell assortedl stock of *
CR0O CE RIE S,
of every description, wvith
Bagging, R ope and Twic,
E ockery, Hardlware 4 Culler y
A large Stock of flats Caps, Boinnets,
Boots and Shoes, of all quaili ties anid; pri
ces, anid many-many articles, too numner
ous to, mention.
Foar sale bhy M. DR UCK( ER & CO.
Camnden. M. C. Nov. 6, 1846.
Kentucky, N. Oarouna aund N.
Orleauns Wisikey. .4
4 JBbhs. Old Kemnuky Rye Whliskey, vini.
Image of 1836
h0 dlo. 0O(d North Carolina Ry~e Whisky
20 do- " " how priced
50 do. Newv Orleans Rtectified Whiskey
50 IHbls. Newv Orleans Molasses
20' North Carolinia Plour, for sale by e
DICK(SON & LATTA.
Camden, S. C. Noev. 6, 1840.
t full assortment of iron of every d~e.
criptiona;,Hollowv WVare do., foar sale leiv
YM. blRUCKER & CO.
Caamnden, Nov. 6. 1846. -
L goo.d asportmeint of Namddlers. Bridles; 't
larIingamles. Wangon and Riling Whips, sa
air salec how liy M. DR UCK ER & CO.
Camden, Nov. 3,18m16
, .QN Q.*,; -.,.A
UV , VS
GoA .ar' .
elef~rdtefrit s'ot.frt thejaiir a
tpys t Borres
Dor. . D."ollndGi
D -t I.
GOdtld mica Brumi, ol Sctsec 1SO ,
Wehikey fe t ot(wyfdo
BasrkeswCampignLCordias ass o r
Do. Dec d doll nd G
Neob Gron &torit oes [Dnes
quart a nd,4 pIts - -13-5a
Solch Pnile,'vera y s in in s D
D Do. -- fllVoin'n
Palea Sherry, iq'eet Mulaga
01W Ja'aiga Ruin, old Scotcly I
W Iqskey d.v
BnskcsChAtnpgn, Cordils assoirted
Nls. & Monongahkel Whiskey, do. N. (
l3bls. N. sE. Ruin9
Scotch Pilevery superior in pints a
Phidelphia Palr Ale, in q's and pts .
Wnrd's-blg graiin Rice, strict
20 qultyd. prime;
A flinsrterNortOCern CheeseY nild
Pine A Wp!e Cheese, C -fisb; smoked
. lmrrings P. .
0Nos. 1 2 & 3 Mudokerel, KiitN&. do.
Extra bleached Spe:nr-Oii, %Yvincr
4 str, a inedoia dr do. r
Shoe *Blacking Sal 'Aratus, Lotiron
81hred luingi a rs.s
e rd Gvlatin, Ra- berr S t
Wl~lle, htalf and quarter 40oxe* Soup,'
al:qual ities, 1.,
Corn Brooms -bxe -Tble alt,dP-iiit- c
Jars Tamarins, in fine syrup
A Pell dossortentof.CANDIES, orall
0 ors;0 AlmOd Soap; Fancy ito.
A ill assorsnent'sCROCKERY .0bnd
- GLASSWARE.: ,
SEGA US AND TOBACCO,"'
5.000 W alWingon: 'egi Segarso, .
3.000 Louisianu Florenida Regalia C1; -
4.000 PaMtins d'o . do.
5.000 Cawido'rp do. do.
4,000 Ln Coue-iscIa~ ..d, o
0,00 o dW dof do.
6,000 . YNorm s - - do.
4.00 Liranngas do. i
2,to000 Priacite do.'
3.000 PaDetellas do. -
10,000 3-4 Spapiish J10
'T00 - pnI'Ih TE - -ii
2 " Tion@' dnd .0rid~ d~
2F rnishoing Waehus.
TH Subscribers hae topenbd. NE.
TYPE FO UNRY is to b civo. Nea
Peor, wie hiny to ercadyeo'uply or-lit
ders teiny det, forcl an in ofain JuB er'
FA cOY TYPC, ano vr artile1-ecs-.
Thie Ty pe, whcdre cast( in nw'mulda C
fromenirey esofmteg l~rias, with
eepE coubnrers arrn tod be uNEu
des to any, atnd wilr abe sod (af 1rice o t
suAt the tl'ime n vryatc~ncs
-a~fo Printing ese unshd. ndans
Steam angnines of te mset aprived put- es
dern1. -4utrac vrai dobeusr
asN By Any Mandinilb lt isr ca n to
suitanhe tmdes gh. vrk
Editors oIf newspapers, who- wil bety alm
bhree times as much ty*pe as their bills C
moun( tn, may give the above six mdnths
unsertion in their papers,. and seud their
aners coniaining-it to the subscribIers.. .
COCKCROFT A OVER END, S
Oct.38,-1840, l .1 Oni 6 8 A nn St.
One fie tiished Rose woiod PIANO', of
'xcellent Tone, with the new Hiar/P late
3iece to suit the'time.
A splendld assortment or tine -lnishsed
URN1TURE, consisting of Tables, So.
is, Bureaus, Book Cases, Wasrdrohes, b
lide Boardls, Bedstead1, Curled Ma~ple and
'lain Wood Chairs, Rocking Do., d&e. -
ac. &c. For sale lowo by
N. B. Furnitturo repaired.or made tb oi.aJ
er. . n
Camden, Dec. 30, 1840. 9 . g
UiST R ECE'IVED, a general assor-tment7
ieludinig Early York and - other Cabbag
cods, Onion Setts &c. &c. &c. To any t
no having ..boughit fronm mnelast.ye~r, it, (ft
ill be suflieienm to.suy Ihey are fremthi s r
ime man Jino. T'homison,. and wvarr-ant'd. to
A. J. MOSES.
Feb- 3. 194. -. -,e
riiiise In. "4
1r-4166, buls if,'1 0j
at ofti~~i~ tlt
1119l OWN,*, i C elfic ~U U
"se'.vere,. aii h~pe
-tird the'j0togress o o~I'ld
4pula nd'nge Alwhch
uleftued -and at lfllgcnt 1 6 . a~ it
It is' (fio pureptoeo h
3(j, ait tf,& aehic_ I l , eo giiil*:I ...
Itioid may e' 'iaind; a d1'
Inoation" as --rA 11 en Ily drfitt've, mi
ues not' aim aV'rle forrnotiaon! ntrainiiig'
r,'hb'- ,nral chsrrae'r tidigtoha
nldeavor tib eduicatel, lie heernrs 08,71.
Mld to prepare them for bccomin~nfa
Rd iltelligent members of:x!soCieAY.
'Delicacy. . tzi. the Priijijp 4to-spli
0the comTpcIency of IiimstifaMid,-Ni.
luflosE to coitdutct such 6ai. 'Insgfliin
mgager', fire bf~tm Ahir'Asi %d~iitoFdeo
A -Cbs pcilIan b een opead a1 0h
uaing lad les 'il enji A hq-ap;ag&eof
egalar reltiinus s -0vi dicry 's-U
1lmschloliafic %,Par- l c~st ~
mnutlms,.' & vae~almun of %V a '01e* , will
oegiin from'the -Ist to .time *1'5hort"AI',,
mid dic'exercises-diose ontc27bfj.
TERMS FOR TErN'.MOGfjP
hoard hl _WtC~a IcmA
Fuel, Lit nld Washinfg, $Q10
ln g -Voic1,3 MuiiC, a~t 11 ie of
$p~isai~la, Gemanou't~ma, 400
'~~ T h ~ j t-ri s ee p s ' h
en durinqg 04'ac , p ent "ifr.
1v.. 3. DUBGtIIr % UOE
IsAAC(;AULD,*AM_ f j~MAI~I
Dr"'Auioii ll -del '11corle 61.Lico,
krc s v n C hc.46'- 64 41 'li bgIw -a
ittis -Will be proijle'i fIlia Iny
xahir for0n'18 ti,'liei try C Rth l
Fe, i nl ihnr h.. m rt .,%,
ense io a U rul p
Lru Ct n mat-I;,a,