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,Tuz Abboville Banner of the 1oth1
inst.,.says: David Parkerson, charged I
,with - robbing the mail . on. the route ]
leading from Washington to Abbeville, -
was. -brought up for. trial before the U.
5. Distriet Court, at Marietta, on Mon
Jay .last. He plead "guilty" to the I
karge, and was sentenced by'. Judge- I
Nicol; in consideration of.his youth, to i
six nonthslmprisonment in the com-.
rion'jail of Cobb county., .
CIRCUS COhPANY SUPPOSAD TO BE
Lo?T.-A-passenger in the steamer Pa
itie, states - that. tidings had reached
Acapulco, that a vessel had been seen
,t sea turned bottom upwards, with the
lame " Orleans" painted on her stern.
rhis being the name of the vessel in
which Messrs. Hubbell & Ce's Olym
pie Circus Company took passage, it is
ipprehended that lie has met witlh dis- t
ister, and all on board lost.
The annual report of Attorney Gen
hral Cliflbrd, of Massachusetts, shown
that the whole number of criminal
prosecutions in the State last year was 1
1670. There were 2108 convictions, c
269 acquittals, 483 nol. pros.. InI
315 cases no bill was found. The
nmount of costs in the above cases
The celebrated ,violinist Ole Btill,
]as been invited by sundry members
)f the Senate and House of Represen
atives of the United States, and of n
he Executive Department at Wash
ngton, to give a musical Concert in I
hat city, to which lie has consented, i
mud the Concert is to take place
MANU'FACTCHICEIS, NolTH AND SOUTH.
-Some of the wool and cotton manu- (
keturers at. the North complain of s
1lull trade and declining business.
L'he cotton manufactures at the South,
towever, are prospering amazingly,
mid increasing all the time.
KossUTin GoINo.-lt is stated that
Ko..-suth will sail from Boston for Eu- g
-ope, early in ality; and that lie ex
)eets a revolution to -occur in Hungary
n Jnlv. Wonder how imuch of the
'material aid" he takes with him. We d
iope he will leave some of our inter
,ention politicians ia lock of his hair.
DEATn OF \\M. S. KINo.-\\e are
iained -to announce the death of our
espected brother Editor, Col. King,
,f the Courier. who departed this life.
t I o'clock yesterday. in the fifty-first
-ear of his age. There is no man ,
dentified with the press of Charleston,
vltose loss wonhl lie nore deeply and
;enerally felt. Ilis coimeetion with F
he Courier dates iaek, we believe, to 6
heyear 1823; and for inore than half
if the long intervening period, he has
ieei one f(it iti proprietors, and its
m1'1ines' ed.litor am mana.er. 'To this
eslinisibl and ost exacting position.
mon re :1alan3rius we9~~\~. ~b a
iro nh deifti ttn 0 t. li,* s -
't, we e rtany, to p lIton
leto iU abr aend is ab tiility, witd tite
illtt ben easyI13 thin ihrtiV hturvivin
n aitnert to ill he v' i/iiieblank case
yhis dkn h.(iLS:t~lI e~iltv
Colofiten in tated in oifen ack l
riner, and he ret ind to rthel iast wa
nia't. Wet o t elieve taingveri
*~n- (artme p/rin ercuppealed i ain'
isl kindns es :n d' nierat. aTiie
ritlerof tis hadv ' mturhis el'ran 0tl
igo i tlw me imialrer ofhru te ,
it fite'-. and cvpint lofkingwblck
ver thSa per idl hs ent Iilreate od
r act~l to be ftiiven.l) in tak Cingitt thisf
at' iethelll le wifhose tra fl
Aoife has'bee 'f/a.) .el wmd'wth his.
U n av o ti.C.e. us-'
)id th his restithen tem near tCannstien,
:, ilo nm~.o Suattud Kcast2h
3. pronetmebr ofdS ourlaeine-.
ate,s andehrd itigicrshaedmember. of.
hvie couary. er pint hof viw oher
etrtvas e o rs ' the cost reaperitable menl'r
nh the iv er2lar and hihoat hascetdr
trvied, noti ubury ote ntinetWthe tf1
efiec xtht. wille dinicwuotlest thesle.
Motr, e~v ntmey (iArt. Adetoser.h
The snmilryaied we atnd rommpdthem to
Ctakecthen praon, knowinr. Rshrat thed t
nur the adses ofe ofte, or ni the itrics to
wtfc Charleshon, hueir,. Tiherand, Kershaw
arine adinon. ephaTeonyplc
l'hiadephi 3o Br. ad-t., JChaston- ori
Agns oinha'st oery.an Bitters. i
D. 1xs., S.0 Arcuhtr et, haelha true Di
peromastiv liornisig Jcurepa rog outmh
cratie or in outhe camac of t friend ofteur
who ht'l~ao ~rr ibg the grerCopl t whotad
tedl alimost, vey 3.her micihne, but). withot
et~l~a Timi afictred wromend hem for
plaint (hepaaton, anowiltuing er ii
Ncure edisas Mpoeho, and mantes On
Aoget, the genuine arice i'amp12. Acontaree
Ph iadeliaii vd of Dr.C. s1 Jacsn, ris
Aygnts, hoghouIti.I mthe uny. th---mei
atollaeriSciciatific Womde !
naii MOnxoI4s.-We Olard fromn.a
alitmrnia.paperg hhat a deputation.of j
Mormons have visited that city, and
that a Mormon settlement in the Val. -
ley of' the Oi~lae to be established.
Oredt activity prevails in the prepira-1
tions for the new, colony, and those
qualties :of .energy,.-idostry, and con
centratedeffort which have character
Ized the Mormons from-. the .first, are
inanifested very conspicuously on the.
Ua. The. object of .the Mormon
leaders Is to -open a communication
with the Pacifie, with a view to the es.
e tablishment of a port at or nedr San
Diego. *,The plans of Policy of these
pople look far ahead, and Indicate a
fill confidence on their part in-the per
Ilianeney of their organization and its
l",t"fttON TO. X o FLOIAs-ThCre
have a great tiunlier off'amilies settled
in the counties of Alaehua, Marion and
Hternando,' this winter-more than
l:ave settled in any previous year. But
the emigration has been nothing to
what it promises to be another year.
Land hunters by the score have
been coming in all the winter. Almost
every one is pleased with the land, the
productioOs, and the climate, and most
of them intend to make. the Land of
Flowers their future home. The State
land sales. offqr a fine opportunity
toi:procureq valuable lands at fair
FoR GOvENO.-Colonel W. J.
Taylor, State Senator from Kershaw,
has been. nominated in 'the Camden
Journal for the office of Governor.
le would make a good one.
Tux committee of the House of Re
presentatives, it is said, have decided
upon awarding *100,000 to Dr. Mor
ton, of Boston, for his discovery of
Chloroform, thus setting his right to
that disoovery. Dr. Morton, it is also
stated, has 'caused his competitor, Dr.
.Jackson, to be arrested in Washington,
for a libel growing out of a controversy
MonE WHALEs.-Capt. A. Magee,
of the steamer Nina inforis ius that hie
saw two whales off Bull's Island, on his
passage ron Georgetown yesterday.
There appears to be a- considerable
number of them along the coast.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.--We regret to
record the entire destructioln liv fire.
about three o'clock yesterday morling,
of the extensive Foundry and Machine.
Shop of Messrs. Taliaffero & Turbef,
with all tbeir tools, machinery amd
two new Engines nearly conpleted.
'The destruction was almost total and
11complete, scarcely anything was saved.
There was an insurance ot *5000 on
the builidigs. buI none on the ma
chinery. Iheir loss is heavy, and that
work ofrau inenuliary, the
propries .trh there is nu. doubt.
A gu*.-Cla-omcIE ."ifa 2<
AT AT T AsSASHINATIOX.-Tn t
Wa~shingonw1elegrqaa 'yos the pair
tieularao o n atterup t Jna 1e~ onulay a.
evening lust to) .lhoot a[ young lady ofi v
that city. Three barrels ofa revolver. I'
it says, were last evening fired into theb
fronat window of Mrs. Little's boarding I
house, on C. street, at her daughter ' 1
Virginia, aged about 17 or 18 years. bi
She fortunately escaped unhurt. (
The pers5onIwho did this deed was a a
Mr. Kirby, who has not yet beeni air
rested. lie is a youn~fg mani, aibt i
24) years old. It is said that he ad-.
dressed Miss Little sonie time .since, I
but there has beeni some estrangement c
or alienation of Jate; that is, he was a -
rej ected suitor.
Mr. Thrasher is on his way back to
this country. A letter fromi Gibra ltar,
dated January 30th, states thait he wa~ s
there, and about to proceed to Madrid.
Letters fromx lhin mtention thei kindI
treatment lhe has rec ved ever since hisi~
irr~viv-iipain, and other Amtiericnis,
in thecir letters homie, ataimn
to the samie efl'eect. .1
( CONVIeT10N FOR l'olloERY.--in theo
ca' e of the State vs. Charles J. Grain
get, for forgery, tried in the Court of
$es,'ons, yesterday, the jury fouid tihe
defei' dant guilty, at a late hour yester
day e eninig. Tihere are two o~ther in
dictm jntts against the same defendanit
for t~xesame ol'ence.- char. CJouier,
The physicians at Hoston prnuc
Mrs. Mowatt to be seriously, lbut not
dangerously injured, there being no
internal leison. One of her ribs is
broken, and her hand and arm . mucha
contused. Her ultimate recovery is
SANTA ANNA ABoU'r-nder the
hcad of additional frm the Pacific, the
SNew York Herald pulishes a letter
mentioning somec particulars concerningr
the movements of Santa Anna, by
which it seems that he is endeavoing
to regain his power in Mexico, by en
listing the syinmpathies of the pecople of
COLLIsION AT SEA.-WVe learn says
the Winyaw Observer; of the 20~th
inst., that as the steamer Charleston,
Captain Relyea, was comning over the
lBar at Georgetown, sihe unavoidably
camefl in collision with the sloop Edwini
Forest, Cap)tain Wright. Somie dam-.
age was donle to both steami boat and
sloop. WVe are noti suificienitly po1sted
up) to say where the blame attaches.
Editor (of the Charloitte WVhig was
shown a few days since biy Drm. (. L.
Hunter of Lincoln County what is sny
posed to be ai genun Diamonid
'weighing almtut half a carat, discovered
in the .neighlforhood of the Doctor,
while searching for gold in a sinil
stream. Hie will senid it north to have
the truth of~ tihe- matter testedi, aitl
theni if it is genuine lie will himself~
give a dlescription aiid history of~ it,
anid svcrc for moreI ) of:he . nne kind.
Loss OF A BRiTTISH SHip.-New Or
cans, Madh 18.-The -British ship
Luoy. Ann, .Captain Griflith Owens,
hich left Liverpool .on the 1Itli 0
lanuary for this port, with a s cargo of
50 tons of salt, consigned to Messrs.
P. Maxwell &. -o., -went ashore on
3ritton'Island,opi the 4th inst. She is
The chief mite aid seven seamen of
he ship arrived here yesterday. They
-eport that the keel -of the ship hazis
>arted inl three places. Capt. Owens
lad left the ship, and proceded to the
southwest Pass for the purpose of
)rocuring assistence. He le't' there
on the morning of the I2th inst., in a
mall boat, to return to his shin, ut
te had not -arrived nor been hearl f' oi
ip to the- time that tle mate left the
vreck Serious apprehensions are en
ertained for the Captiain's safety.
Alarried, on~ the 25th iistant, by the Rev.
M. ADAMS, Major T. B. FRASER. of
his place, to Miss SARAIl bl. AMLIVER,
J. BAR NETT,
)f Coilumbia, has the pleasure of announ
ing to the citiz-ns of Sunterville natd the
urrounding District, thbat he I as opened a
IrancIs of his Establshiment sit Alr. Chiin's
Ittel, where will he found a tmost comn
lete assortment of
Ready Made Clotlilsag,
- A LSO --
;hirts, under do. Drawers, Cravate, HIand
erchiefs, Suspenders, Trunks, atd Fancy
Nods, all of n hiel le plelges, will he
old lower than ever offevred in this place.
'all and he convinced.
March 30h, 1852 23-tf
qew Goods and New Store,
HE Subscriber begs leave to inform the
citizens of Sunterville and the public
enerally, that he is -now opening a fine
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
'onsisting tf Ladies Dress Goods of every
escript ion ; and Fancy Articles.
t very complete assortnot of READY
lADE CLOTHIlNG, all of which will be
old extreiely .ow, at his store, otte door
ast of Air. P. Sumilter's Law Office.
B. GREEN VAI..
farch 29, 1852. 23-tf -
StuedI, about a insunth ago,
afron the subscriber at tineville,
hl.iriestron District, a GRAY A LE.
omewhat below mtedimin size, mi:d about
ix years old. She lias long lonfs ; was
.thout shoes, and inl her left pastern be
inl seeims to have beet strained.
Anty inforsiation concerning her would
e thankfully received, or a reward paid
po1 the delivery of her to the subscriber.
G. If. A0M.ASTElt.
Ma rch 15, 1852. 23--t
}YV virtue of sundry. Executions to me
Sdirected, will be sold at Sumter Court
louse, on the 1st aMoinday and day follow
sin A pril ntext. within legal ' hours of
ale, to the htighiest bidder, for cnshs, thle.
slowing psroperty'. P'urchuse&rs to pasy for
Otto tract of 200 acres of land in Clare
sont, adjoining lasu of' It. Richsard.,on, .J
.Mainits . and I,. Chewninsg, lv iedl upon
s the psropserty of Jaredl N. Canttey, at the
uit (of Ediwardl lrouglon.
Onie tract of 2 neres of land ini Stinnter.
illec, adjoiniung hinds o--..hs iotde'd on
hie E-ist by Sumtter St reet, on t he We~t by
Vasingittons Street, an d otn then North by
lie P'arsonnaee, levied utpoin as the propserty
f W. 1I. Phlillips & I). Mcrilaam, ait thme
uit oIf W. 1B. Muller. TPwo c ise's.
Stock int store levie I oin as thes propierty
f Wmn. Gee. Jr., at. the suits of G.,or:.e
Possmbs, A. P. DousgalI, A. 1irises, J1. S.
)ne, M. I,. Brown & Co., 10. hlauley, S. C.
s. J. (C. Chsatnhers, ansd .leohn Lynnt.
1 lo~t or salt po'tre, andI mtatebtes. 2 houxi's
nap, lost of dIry ghis, I.ot of lust tonts, thisrend,
.c., t trunk, I desk, I sauctie-pani,-sentles
nia weights, pair steolya rdk, lot of books,
smtrssses, 'l quil ts, 1 comttfort, I belansket,
it ennidles. I hox saslairatuis, list tobac'sco, lot
rockery, lot stasi, list on ins, lot of spice.
cross-ct Faw, In? of salt, peas, vinegar,
ovens, 1 bed-steadl, picales. rispe. tea!tiers,
vashstant 1, 1 safe, I hinterns. le"vied ont
5 thle psroperty of A. A bsrahaims, at the suit
f Jous. 11. Oppentheims.
.101lIN C. RITAM.\, s. s. n.
Ma rcb 12. 1852. 21-til.
ST Themi frienuds of .luhn F.
IAYNSWiOl'PIl. E'sq , anniountc'e hims as
Canidielate fosr thle Ofhice sof O.-dina rv for
'tittter Dstrict at the etnsuintg election.
Torch-Light Procession !
Puii Meettig of thse Sons of 'Temspe.
ranc e, S umuter Divisiont No 12, wviil
sike plac'e oni Th'lursdoy the 8th of A pril,
it 8 o'c'loc'k, P. M., at the TJetssperance
lill. All Sons of Temnperauce are intvitedl
o jiin thle P'rocession,. An isid:lress tmsay
in expesctedl frosm I his I [onor Jndsle O)'N:n~
[".st G randl WorthIy Pat riarchs. P'ro'essioni
to be fored~ at Tlemusperan een llas 11preiise
l at 7 o'c'lockl J. 11. Cl.\R K. R. S.
March 23l, 1852. 23
Dry Goods and Groceries.
T 'IlE Sublscribser respectfuslly informns Isis
I friends and the pubbsle genserally, thai
Ise has just retutrned frowm Chsarlseston, amti
is receivings~ a well seloctedl assortment 01
DRY U OODS AND) (GROCERIES
wh'lich hse will sell as lsw as cast be aflorded
in thsis market for Cash.
Corn, Meal, anid (riss, kept for salho its
usutal. 'T. O'CON NOR.
M asrcht 23, 1852. 22-t f
Tsur. Subtscriber hsaving~ re'ce'ntly puirchai'
die entire 8'TOCK( OF G~Otl), beloniging
fsirmerly to Meltosy & Jssnes, cosisinlg of ever)
thing thsat 'ans be fosundin a~ store, for towns i
cousntry cotsnsntions, ott'ur-s thsem at vr r
dueds psrics for (Cash uir goodl pahpor. Ho Isoici.'ta
a share oif the generous puitlic patronage.
L,. M. McItOY.
March 22, 1852. '22-tw
r lmttie' lacsk, Figuredl aind Colored Jenn:
J.il; Wie~ orsstedt Eissusmel hlieme ; lIrabs FIg
uired Hiloosmet's aind Gaiters; id~s 'Tiesi and .Nl
per.tc &c O L i. t Nx
T HE STORE KEEPING BUSINESS
heretolore corried on in Saimterville,
under fite name of COGIULA N & O'CONNOR
is hilk day disolved by its own limitation, and
the withJrawal of T. J. Coghlan.
Prons; lidebted to the rn can mae .
tment to either of the parIes, the name a t
firmt will be used in IlJ ildation.
1. J COGIILAN.
T IE business fortmlrly conducted .under
f the. name of COGH -IAN & O'CON
NOR will be conducted by Mr. T. O'Connor.
on his account at the old stand. 'I'basuliseriber
respectfully recommaends him to the patronage
of i. friunds pad aeluaintances.
T. J. COGITI AN.
March 6, 1852. 20-3t
Butter, Lard, Bacon: & Corn.
P'RIME lutmtain utter, (in small Firkins)
do. do. Laf Lard, do.
North Carolina Bacon,
March 25, 18I5 24 tf
Lewis IV. Hatch,
No. 120 IMNEETING STREET
ClIAR1,ESTON, S. C.
OILr-Spern 'nd Whale-Agent f. the
Wilr1 L.EAD-Agent fir Union Company.
IRON SA FES--Agent for Rich's Salamander.
PIL.ATFOR SCAl.KH-Ageit for il.artries.'
1OGAIUI)S'S MI.IS-Agcnt for Mr. 11.
G;EOlMGIA 11illtit STONES. M1atnufatu
rerx' Article. -
LEA'l'IIER l A NDS, a large stock.
Ciarleston. Oct. 6, 50 if
LATE TIlE FltM OF DICKSON & LATTA
would respecttfully inform his friends and the
public generally, that Ie is now receiving a va
riety ot Ifeavy and Faney Groceries, vhicl he
will sell low for cash-rwo oloors above the
Platterm' IoIntel, a-id inneditately opposite James
Camden, S. C. Dec. 10th, 1850 tf 9
Real Estate for Sale or Rent.
On Sale-day in April next, will
be Sold or Rented, lit the Court
. Ilouse m Sumterville, all that Tract
of Land lying in Sumter District. kniown
as a Inmes 11:11, late of the Estate of
Thomas Bracey, deceased.
The Tract consisting of good land, with
lay ,atb-soil, contains bet ween 1700 and
1800 acres. On the protiss is a tine,
large aid comniodioits dwellingi with all
,he neceassary out-building.-a. For health,
al al/ seasons, and covenence to the Rail
Road it is unsturpassr(l.
Terms nande known on day of sale.
Ma rch 23. 19--. 22-2t
Spring and Summer Clothing
rIll Attention of the I-uh ic, vi.iting the
I fItV, is invited to the MVeaw and Fash
naaaidc Spring and Summer Stock now receivinag
AT DUNN & DUltYEA'S,
239 King Street, (onl the Bend.)
We liave on land! and are constantiv receiving
of our own anmufneture, aill the lateist patternas
of Spring and Siimnner Goots. made tp in the
beL aid mnost fah.-ionable innier and warrant
them to give perfect satisfaction.
N. I.-Great hlargainas an be had in the bal
ance of our Winter Stock as we must clear it
out to maitke romn fur our Spring and Summer
Goods. Plas~e call ad examaine at
234 KING STe :ET, Carleston. S. C.
March 23, 1852. . 22-tf
VIIEREAS ithe t*,w req fre. fihe Ordi
inary of Sumter District it be in hit
Olice, Monday and Friday in each week,
paceons thecrelaire having bu'siness itn said
Otlice will plenase aittendl ont tho-ae days.
Marchi 9, 1852. 20-t f
Valuable Woodland Near
T1IIE TOWA N FOR SALE.
Ba'tween 17 anad 19 acres of land lying
at Tturkey Creek ntear Stumtrville, will be
sold on nec ommaaodat ing tel to to nn., ap
proved paircha er. A pply at lthis ollice.
Jmaa. 7tlh, 1852 141-sf
Evening Dress Goods,
Whaite anal Cohared, Embulroideredl Rwiss Mute.
lini. Organdies. 8-4 widle. of theo tmst beautaiftul
caolora., at 25, 31 .-4 sand 317 1-2 cents.
A spulembdtl mnd richa as~sormnaaat of ColoraP, in
Sewinga Silk TIisanes. at the remarkable low
pri--e if 25 r-eat. a yatrd.
Etmbrda t-r..d 4 reuiane Silka.
364) hman aanae anad rich Eambroidea.red Eveninag
Dresse in tte maost fashaionable sityles.. Thelase,
together with onr Iarre assoartmaenit ouf Goods for
Eaaeninag wear, nae atlirinag tat remaarkablly t.owv
raaacEa. W'. 3. JAt'()lI & SON,
221 Kinag-.,. hendaa, opp.1' the Ilig Itoot.
Yarn and Osnaburgst
PTe ahaove good. ~a whaolesale or retail
lay PERRY MOSES.
Acoatt of Thea Dr.K.an .\laig Coma'y.
Fe b. 23, 15 18-If
-1.hu ieg't. S. 5 '. aI.
(bataroup. MalarchI 5, 15.
Mrr. Joh~ln IR. I.aagan having ben~ tpin~uatead
Sergantt Major at' ahae Forty-Fouartha Itegimenat
So.-tn. Militia. nill bie aobeyeda nnad re.spettt
nerrdinagly. Bly arder of Col. F. Mi. 1 E iL LET.
W.'t T. Waa.nan. Adj.
e -FY''a Walrnaan~a coapy oneC tit*e.
Marchl 9, 1and. 20-tf
The Co-paartnetrship hieretofore existing
be ten theo mutl.c~ribear-aa unde-r thec firm of
J . TI. Saolaoras, & Co., i I tis day dhissolnv.
Ied lay limiztat iotan and mutal consenat. All
pesoa detedl to said fi ram by notei or
opa4aaccouanat, wtill please call am[n settle.
J. TI. SOL.O.\ONS,
A. WbilJTE, Jn.
Jan.(G, 1852s~ 11 tf
SAMYUEL C, DUNN,
WIJJOLES ILE CLO TING
Furisin jg Wareh~oiuse,
NO. 20 IIAYNE STR EET,
Ch~arlestoha, S. C.
March lat. 1852 19-i f
Enmbroidered Thmibet Mtarsmo
A large anda very stuperior asasortmnant of Richa
Emnbraiadered Mlaritno Shawl", withI heavy Silk
Fringe.., aal embtracing Blak, Whaite, anal all
the maost fashaionaaable colors, are now offe'riang,
very low, at WV. 3. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-ast., bend opp. thae Big Hoot.
Chiarlestaon, Jant 20, 1852. 13tf
JJOOK.S! IBOOKS!! IHOOKS!!!
Eunglisha. French, Latin and Greek School
Books. Also 1lluank flooks of all sizes, anad
Statiotary for sale b~y
Feb. 23, 18ir.1 18--'f
50p.Negro Shoes for sale low liy
Oct- I t.W. J. FR ANCIs.
Dry Goods for Fall Trade
W. d. BANCROFT,
253 and 255 KtXn-SSar.
(One door below Wentworth-treet.)
We would again respectfully Invite the atten
tien.of our friedand customers in theountty
.to our extensive Stock of DRY GOODS, when
they vi.it oui City.' Always in hand .
- SOUTHERN MANUFACTURED,
Consisting of Georgia Plaines and Keiseys.
Alabama do . do.
Plain and Striped Osnaherp.
Bleached and rown Domestics
SUPER DUFFIL BLANKETS-DIRECT
We would also particularfy invite 'attention t
oar IMPORTATION of SILKS and DRES
GOODS, being one of the LAROEST
STOCKS IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY.
. We are also prepared to furnish every article
in the Dry Goods Line, vis: IIopier, Golves,
Linens, Flannels, Cluths,Casinters, Bombazines,
Alpaccas, 1erenes, 3loussellain do Iaines,
Plaids, Jaconets and Swiss Muslins, Furniture
Dimity. Priats. Ginghams, Shawls, Laces, Edg
ing, Ribbons, Trimmings, &c., 4c. ^
ept ember 23, 1851. 48..
Election of lMusic Teacher
Tiho Board of Trustees of the Bradford
Springs Female Institute will elect an addition
al Istvic Teacher on the last Monday in this
month. Applicants will please address the
Principal at the Institute. Salary fire hus
drea dollars and board.
EDWIN CATER, Principal.
gLP Tri-weekly Charleston Mermury will
copy two weeks and forward account.
February 2, 1852 15--tf
The subscriber is renewing his arock of dry
goods of all descriptions every week.
L. B. H ANKS.
JLonf, Crushed, Clarified and Brown Sugars,
Java. Rtio and Cuba Coffees,
New Orleans and Cuba Molasses,
(Crnckers. Wine, Soda and Butter crackers,
Goshen Butter. Sardines and Lobsters,
lickles, West India preserves,
20 Flarrels fine Baltimore Flour,
Candles. Spenn, Adanuantine and Tallow
Spirit Gas, Lamps, &c.
L. B. HIANKS.
Dec. 16th, 1851 8 if
Bargains in Ladies Kid
The subscriber i ntow offrering his entire stock
of LADIES' KID SLIPPERb at low prices
Ladies in want of the article will do well to
call. B. FOLSO3.
June 17th, 1851 34 tf
South Carolina Shoe Facto
RY-C II A R L E .4 'Is 0 N.
TO CITY AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
From 5 to 10,000 pairs
Kip Brngans, Goat and Calf
Shoes, suitable for the Spring
Trnde, consisting o Al ens, Boys, Youths,
and Womens of various qualities and stylost
ire now offered for satle to Dealers and
ot hers on favorable terms. The above de.
s4cription of Shoes are wel worthy the
attenition of the Trade ; also. Shoes fitted
Mareh 9. 1.%2. 20-fit
3ly HOUSE AND LOT, in the village of
Sumterville, where I now live. There are
Flrl'Y-FIVE ACRES OF LAND in die lot.
Terns nade cay to the purchasers.
Jan. 15, 1852. 13-if W. LEWIS.
For Sale at P'ERRY 3M0SES',
Feb. 17th, 1852 17.-tf
TOIIA CCO! TIOl3 ACCO! !
BA RGA INS to he had in the above article
at PER RY 31O8ES'
Feb. 17th, 1852 17-tf
1,000 flushebs of Corn,
~f ANTED by the subscribeor One Thou
sand Bushelk of Corn, for wircha the
highest natrket price will be paid.
February 10, 1%2. 10-if
Fresh Goshion Butter.
Loaf, Crush, Claralledi and Brown Sutgar.
lieat Rio and Java Cofiuee.
1Nardines, Lobasters, Salmond and Mf~ckeral.
Pickels. Pn-eserves, &.c.
Also CII EESE of the DL'RnAM Brand, that
will keep in any climate, and tmprovo with
age, at PERR Y 3MOSES'
IL b. 17th, 1852 17-.-tf
Garden Seed-Crop 1851,
Just re eived a fresh supply, including every
variety whch are WAIIR ANTED. Also
11R1811 POTIATJO ES, Onion setts, &C.
at P'ERRY 31OSES'
IFeb. 17th, 1852 17..tf
500 Apple Trees from the celebrated
nursery oh TnAv1s & 1LL.Fs, for sale lowv
by PEfRY MO.SES.
Feb. 24, 1853 le-tf
Thesubcrierhaving purchased the STOCK
OFGODSbelonging toA .&P. Mloses,
will continaue hliness at their old stand, and
assures lisa triendls, and the public generally,
that lhe w ill do all in his power to merit their
contidhence and patronug.
Feray10, 1852. 16 tt'
D)R. W.1. JAMIE8 DA RGAN respectfnlly of.
ers Ihis proafessioal seru ices to thle citizens of
Somnterville andI its vicinaity.
O1lic-the A pothecary shop formerly occu
pied by lDr. Ri. 5. .3LLE.F.rr
March 12th, 1851 20 hy
Freshl Goisheni Butter,
" 'Virginia and Mounmnin Thitter.
F'or sale by RLOBElR LATTA.
Carmden. Nov 25, 1851. 1-tf
A LProns indebted to the subscriber
AyTNote or Accounat are respectfully
stlicited to call and settle inmediately as
circuamstances compel hims to call on them.
D. J. WVINN.
March 15, 1852. 21-tf.
I IIAVE nppointed Mr. W. M. Green,
m1ay Alfent, to rottle all the matters of
thet Estate of John McIonald, late of this
District. MARY E. McDONA LD.
A LL Persons having demands against
the Estate of John Mc. lonald, will present
thems dtuly attested. Tihiose indebted will
Smake immilediate payment to.
WV. M. GREEN, Agent.
February 14, 1852, 17-if
1) at Murray's Ferry, permuanently, oil'hrs
!his services to the pe-ople.
J lune 4 ilh 1.-l M if
Trhe State ofSuf aa
SUMTER DJISTAICT-ax Eyrrr.
Laurence H. Belser .
vs Bi nl 'uine
Robert C. My'ers,, lion adj lewf.
Willisin S. Belser,
It appearmng to my satisfaction~ that
William M. Behaeer, one of the Defendants
in the above stated *:asp. i absent fron and
without the limits of the iate of South
Carolina. It is ordered that the said Wil
liam S. Belser do plead. answer or demur
to the Coimplainant's Bill of Complaint
within-the time. prescribedby law or, an
trder pro confesso may betaken against
W. F. B. HAYNS WORTH,
: Coln'r Eq 5. D.
.Feb. 21st.1852 .- .-3m
Wim. Lewis and others, . .
Vs. : ..Bibfo Ace't &c.
Ueonard White and others.
It in onered that the crdlitom of Thomas
lanmes Wilder, deceased, late Sheriff of said
District, do appear before me and prove, their
lemands against the deceased.
By order of the Court.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTH. Comar.
Sumter% ille, Feb 23, 1852.. 18-om3m
All persona havihg demands against she EF.
ate of F. S. Beluer, deceased, will pent them
luly atterted; anid those indebted will make
aynent to E. M. Anderson. Eq., Sumtertille,
.C., LOUISA BELSER, Adm'rr.
Oct. 20th, 1851 52 tf
Rail Road Notice.
OrmcK WIL. & MAn. R. R. Co.,
Marion C. H., Dec. 26, 1851.
The Freight Traiis on the Wilmington
and Manchester Rnil Road will begin run
ing on aid after the 1st January.
L. J. FLENflNG,
Dec. .oth, 1851 10 If
Rail Road Notice,
Exu'ad OFFICE, W1r.. & MAN. It. R.
F ROM and after this date, Passenger
Trains will leave Sumterville daily
(e.xcept Sundays) at 6 S0 A. M1. Pavsen
gor are requested to purchase Tickets of
the Agient before taking their seats.
No Trains will hereaficr run on Sunday.
Freight on Cotton from Sunterville to
he Camden Branch will be reduced to 25
cents per bale. L. J. FLEMMING,
Res. Eng'r. W. 4- M. R. R.
March 9, 182 . 20-4t.
Rail Road Notice,
OFFC. W. & M. . R. Co.,
Marion C. U., March 9, 1852.
T HE Stockholders of lite Wilmington &
Manchester Rail Road Company are
hereby notified that the THIRTEENTHI
INSTALM ENT of Five Dollars per Share
on their subscription is required to be paid
Dn or before the st. day of April, -1852.
By order of the Board of Directors.
.JOHN - McRAF& Jr., 'PWer.
March 16, 1852- . - 21-8t.
SM' The Black River WVatchman is re
riuested to copy until the 1st of Apri.
Through Fare from Charles
ton to Baltimore $17.50,
to Philadelphia $19,
and to New York $20,
TIlE GIIEAT MAIL ROUTE FROh!
CH A RLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING thme Wharf at the foot of
Laurens-st. daily at 8, p. im. after the
arrival of the Southern cars, via WIL
MINGTION, N. C., fromn which pomnt
two daily trains are dispatched at 8 A. M14
and 2 P. M1.; the 8 o'clock only connecting at
WVeldon with thme lines to Petersburg,
Richamnnd, WVashington, Bahi nore, Phmila
delphia, andI New-York. The public is
respectfully informed that the steamers of
these lines, are in first rate condition, and
are navigrated by well known and ex
perienced' commanders; the Rail Roads
are in fine ord~er, (thme Wilmington
and Woldon, as well as thme Seaboarud
andI Roanoke havinif recenitly been relaid
with heavy Trail) thereby securing both
afety and despatch. By these routes
passentrera avaiminig themselves of the
FIRST TRAIN may reach Baltimore in
40 hours. PhiladelphIa in 45 hours, and
New York in 50 1-2 hours; and by the
SECOND T'RAIN they arrive in Bal
timnore in 50 hours, Philadelphia in 68
hours, and New-York in fitl1-9. hours.
Through tickets cnn alone be had from
E. WINSLOW, Agent of the Wilmington
and Raleigh Rail Road Company, at the
office of the Comnpany, foot of L-iureins
street, Charleston, S. C., to whom please
March 23, 1852. 2'2--tf
RtE IYOV A L.
rrHIE Robscriber has removed his BOOT
I AND SH-OE STORE, to, one door
West. of Ciaptain F. Sumter's Law Ofmee.
lle has just received and will constantly
keen on hand a Fine Stock of BOOT$
AND SHOES, which he will sell r~ow
for CASn. Btut will credit his punctual
custommera til Fall. Prompt paymernt is
Februmary 24, 1852. 18-tf
The Co-partnership heretote esisting be.
tween the subscrihets. undet thme firmt of A. J.
& P . MOSES iu dissolved by its own limitation
and mutual cons:-nt.
All persona. Indebted to thme said fl1 nby Note
or other wise will please call and 8 E TT L EB
A J. MOSES,
Febrtuary 10, 1852. 16-Om.
Pastry Cook and Thaker of Cakes, 4-ec.
Offers her services to the citizens of
Stumter and the adjoIning Dlistriets In the
preparation of' brial feasts, party-stupper4J
&.c. 11er long experience and service in
every department of her business, justifies
her fn engaging to give entire atIsfaction
to her employers.
BrSe may bQ found by application at the
Brr'Shop in this place.
ASitrville..lan.8.1Sm, 1- I ff
Tior Numter DistriWcno
seal, idr the tnaking
to the Record B o6, id Glie
ge fMesneonvy tdeio
.ffice tbprein to the comm
general Indexes, which have 0
puruanc'e of 'te Act of 10".
The Catunhsiors re
work shalh be exnated *M OW
correctness, and (orhis
that the onirator hial lhr
every entry by refdrencetie e Rhedfif
without relyin bn the Old 1dexoW
respective s. The sid.J
made in two Bpeks. (tP I
Cuinimissio'terw,) both' Cod lnnt
page ; In, te one, Wie hiawntes to.
who executed the writinge, nd in
the names of the partwiegto what
were execnted, to bb ilhabeict h
ranged, such.. alphabetical arrait
extend at least to thefthree ,firsEt ex
the urnam"And thechristiap names tuw '
each surname-to be likewisealphabet
WM. HAYNSWORTAJ, sNeryP
March 23, 1812. -2w
Encorage Hlome 'Maidm
T HE Suheeriberi gratiful i thei h
Ipatronage leretdfore bea *
lim, take. this method of infoming the
of Sumter and the adjoining Distisk h
still cohtinues to carry on the-CARAIG
HARNESS MAKING business In all its 4;
uun branches, at his stand in D rhopvilOe-h
He lrmaking large additions to hi-sA
ment, so as to enable him to manufatture evi
thing wanted, in his line, at the shortest uotee;
and n astyle of workmanship equal qpylnj
the Southern States. He has m s emploUs..
perienced workmen, and is.well suppied *i-W
the beat seasoned timber; akJSwithTZiM
and Mountings of the latest style.
All now work done in his [lne-jiU he
ranted 12 month and zI withoui chaAg
if it fall in that time. will doSepairIn
the shortest noice and in case any persoin bi
at a distanne should whbireparin done
will write to that effect, hi will send for tl0
job, and return it when done.
JAB. W. AMBRO.W
N.B.-His TaaMs are as reasonable .as an'
person could expect.
Bishopville, 8. C., March 9,1852. 20.-ly
gg Black River Watchman'will
F. M. ANDRMEWS.
informing the' citizens of
Sumterville and vicinity thea
he has opened in Sumterville Opposite t new
Presbyterian Church, a CABINET WARE-:-.
ROOM, where he will keep for sale, eheapall
such funiture as comes under this do
of his trade, which hi will warrant of
material; and will furnish for cash, at Chade
ton prices, all descriptions of Furniture made.
nn xcted at-the shortest nodeo.
hogany.and, plan Comin ihrnishedw*
All the subanber asks is a -rtrl am
hopes by punctual attention to- bUsines s
ean terms, to merit public patronage.
bruary 17, 1852. 27-4y.
Would respectfully inforut his .flends -
the public gen-rally that he now has on
Ptn a on , wiat fna S
CopeMiliitary Out ts,Unf wrd
Ej anletts, &c., furnished at short *T e~e.
Uniforms for Suimter Riflenen furnished oe
OJ His vestings are peculiarlyie,cansistincg
of far richear patterns than ever previously ex
hibited in this market.
Oct. 78, 1851' 51 tf
Manufacture' of Bueggles
LIGHT CARRIAGES, &.
Returns lidn sincere thanksr to
he oitizeos of 'Sumter District
or theIr liberal patronage hither
to bestowed and beg leave to Inform tiiena that
he keeps constnl on hand the above articles
of his own manufacture and warrants the same'
to be of the. best material,.workmnanship, an~d of
the latest style. His prices shall compete with
the Charleston prices, and am to derbiiyto
comparison; to be convinced, you will leas.
call at his Carriage Repository on Broed Stret,
under the Town Hall and exanine for yout.
With twenty year. experience, and LIberty's
He'll vie with the country and the arts~sf
May 14th, 1853 29 if
SAVE YOURt MONEY.
Charles P. Freeman & Co,
(LATR FRsMAN, noness se co.,)
3MPORTBRS A19D gOBERS,
(One Door South of Liberty-Street.)
144 BROADWAY-NEW YORK,
IJAVE otn hand, and will be receiving
ii daily througrh the season, New Goods,
direct fro'm the Europen manufacturers, and!
cash auctionsk, rich, facy, Fashionable Silk
MillInery Goods. Our stock of Rich Ribbons,
comprnse every variety of the latest andl most
beautiful designs imported.
Many of our Good are mannfactured express
ly to our order, from our own designs and ph.
tern., and stand unrivalled. We offer our
Goods for nett Cash, at lower prices than any
credit Ilouse in Amnerica can afford.
All purchasers will find it greatly
Interest to reserve a portion of their money n
make selections from our great variety of Bc
Cheap Goods t
Ribbons rich for Bonnets, Cap, Sashes& Beh.
Bonnet lil~ks, Satins,CrapesLmo & Tarletons,
Hbits, Sleeves, Ctaf'n, EdgIngs, anlInserting..
Embroidered jioteiro, Lace, end Hlemstiteb
Bllunds, Bllusions, and Embroidered Lae.s fbae
Embroidered L.aces for Shawls, Mantillas,a mii!
Honiton, Methblirt, Valenclenes, andl aiasseh.
English and Wove Thread, Stayrn., lisle
Thread and Cotton Laces.
KId, Lisle 'h'hrgad, Silk, and Sewig Silk
(aloves and Mitts.
French and American Artliefa3Flewess
French Lace, English, American end hatie.e
Straw Sonnet. and Trimmnings.
March 9, 1852. 904ft
Notice to Btookhoiders
ALLr Stockholers In arrease to ie Di4'Bi
ford Springs Pemale -Institute nesanyse
quired to make full paa tweet befoseroua..
in March next-o the subscriber or to Wih.
Lewis, Esq., fIn Sumterville.
By order of the Boand.
EDWIN 04ATER, See'ry&ITrus.
February 2, J852. ,15-.f
All persona having demands against the~
late Samuel Tate, dcased, will -iag
hand them to the subscriber for payment 4
on or beforc the first day of Janu~t
And persons indebted to .doceawl.
make aettlement also with the a
P. 3. TATE, Adm',
Feb. 23, 18Z, 18-1m