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W :SCdsN LEGISLAr UR .-T1he bill
abolishing the death penalty was killed -
fir thL-1ouse on ti 22d uit., by a vote
of-35to 27. A bill exempting Church
propefty from taxation was.refised en- m
giiissnent-by 52 to 11. The House P
by 51-to 13, voted to submit to the "
peonpl .the propriety of submitting '
bienniatl: for aiinual sessions of the Le- W
'AsEO OF R.IN, SNow, IIAl., Fo0. B
i is. caused by a cloud moving ar
into a stratum) of cold air, by which its "
particles are condensed, and run into e
drops too heavy to float inl the atmos- "
phere, Sinow is produced by the cloud t
becoapuing frozen before its particles p
hav." collapsed into water. Hail i4 A
euused by the fre'Czing of the drops III
ter they begin to lill as rain. Dew is A
the filling of the vapors of the day
when they part with the motion in th'e
cool of the evening. A Fog is a cloud g,
floating. on the surface of the earth, and R
a Cloud is a fog floating in the litios- di
UN.LES SAM's FNus.-The net I
4 amnng subject to draft in the U. S. P
Treasury, On the 22d ult., was $12,773,- N
397.91, of which $75,377.98 was in the Aj
h4d f the U. S. Assistant Treasurer a
ir Charleston.-Catrolinian. b
-A- NUMEROUS FAMILY.-Tle Shah .
of Persia has invited a number of
Austrian officers ofall arms to Teheran,
to aid in re-organizing the Persian ar '
mf. A letter from one of these ofli- )
eers, eceived at Vienna, fiurnishes some
personal details respecting the Shah.
lie Is twenty-two years orage, and one
of-thihandsomest mnci in the empire.
M4 greit-grand-fttlicr, who had three '
hundred wives. had a crowd of children, 11
who have haid descendants in their turn,
until it length it is computed that the
irperial finnily comprises at- least teln -
" TRADITION OF orit FA-'rn-sus'-The Bif
New York Tribune savs: "We of the
North, who are faitht'ul to the tradi
tions and sentiments of our fitthers, to
iepse no action respecting slavery, a,
desire none whatever from any Whig ar
1d tioiial- Convention." - ti
-Nf you wore- faithful to the traditions
Wf''ye fathors, you would not only go 1,
IforslaVery, -but for the slave trade. be
16 Ierentirelv owing to the cupidity and it
enterprise of your venerable ancestors Ce
that slavery exists in the Southe i ia
AN EDITOR MAnIED.-On Tuesdav'
aveliig-last, Mr. John Bacon and MiM (
Pawnee Butler (daughter of the lace
h..P.. M. Butler,) were married: 'At
this phice, in Trinity Church, bv the
liewArthur Wigtall,-of Clareido.
.-r. and Mrs. Otto Goldschinit, t*.
se it niinttIt(e e N. r
-iroe in the sten
bayn next, itid previouas to their de
larture will give three concerts in
?l.) lAvn Al'%7Aia hats been aippojisted pr
liniskr froazIlexico to the Untited ,
$tate~s, and contirmed byvthe ~enate.-b
lie is said to be a strong conservatiyp; in
- The President of the Unaited States 1ii
h~ai oflicially recognised Arabrose aIA- a
fear as Vice Consul of Swedeni iiuk
Norway at the port of' New-Orleais.
G4oon.-A western New:Yojrk farm: r
criwrites as follows to a distinguished
scientific agriculturist, to whomx lie ft he
uinder obligations for introducing a i
4ariety of swine:
'Respected Sir-I went yesterdaya
to the' Fair at M.; I found seteral pigsm
hf your species; there wtts at great vari
&ty of beasts, and I was 'very raiuch b
astonished at not seeing you there!'
ins DF.rr of Fn Akea.-Thae whole .
miortgage debt of France is 'ollicially
stated at eig~ht utillhilrds of franes, or
- Kessuth was expected to arrive ait
Montgomery on Mondaty last, en F
route for Charleston.1
*In 1900, it is estimated that the ex ,,
paerts(if the United States will amonunt "'
Professor HItanibal, in his last :,ei- ta
--nfffie liscourse in the New York Pica
filne, commences thus:
" De subjiek dat I had reference to
dis ehenin' an called on de han'bills P'
all 'bont town
ain' na one ohb de modern sciences.
'euliar to dis klimate. Sykeology ami
deribed fronm de name oh Sykesy'. an'
Sykesy wvar de main spoken oh in de
anchenit history of Joe Sefus, who war
so politely 'queosted by Moses to ' take S
de hntt.' D is history daites furder c
back dan de fuss axedent on de Ilarhemt
Rlailrede, an' dat you knov anm a long (
time ago,. Sykesy war a lazy dissyphe.
ainebber woed take deC butt, unless
he were drobe to it. ie pertendled to
study science, an one of his sciences
wvar. dis, whichi am suspisusly called
arter his name. D)ar ami a good mientny
perfeasers (it dlis science runnin' rouin', II
an' doi' de peephe brown whenebber
dcy git a chance."
PMErMNouA.-The Petersburg Intelli- I
*gencer states that this disease hias prevail-.~
edoi in P'etersburg, and throughout the eniun
try to an unprecedented extent, and with a
malignity and ratality hteretofore unknown.
Mairriedl op the 7tha instant, by thme Itev.
SAMUSI. FUInwaN, Rt. W. SP'ANN an1
blisn A. 13. JIENNINGS, all of this District. a
Married in Ravannah, Gi., oni ther til.<t
31jrch. by the Rev. Mr. l(FUiN'iv\-, Mr.
AUGUTSTUSX A. 801.0.\10NS, of S:un
tarville, nnd Miss -K.\ Tl M C'OilN, of t he
form~er p'ake~. (
EHooftaud's Geraania Bitte's.
Tissa celebrated Bitters prepared by Dr. C.
. JACKO, 120 A rch-street, Philadelphia, are
riorming astonishing cures throughout the
hole country. We can beer witness to their
rative. powers in the case of a friend of ours
ho had the Liver Complaint, and who had
ed almost every other medicine, but without
Zct. After taking a few bottles of these
tters he was entirely cured. To those who
e simulrly afflicted we rr commend them to
ke the preparation, knowing that they will
.re the disease spoken of, and many others to
Itich " flesh is heir to." There is a spurious
ticle made In Philadelphia. The only place
get the genuine article is 120 Arch-street,
liladelphia, of Dr. C. M. JACKSON, or his
gents throughout the country. Mmh2-2m
notmer Scientific Womderl
IMPORZTANT TO DYSPEt'TICS
Dr. J. S. Iloughton'. Pepsin, the true Di.
stive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared front
innet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
rections of Baron Liebig, the great Physiulo
:al Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Phila
Iphia. This it truly a wonderful re medy for
digestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com.
tint, Constipation and Debility, curing afer
uinre's Own Method,. by Nature's Own
;Cit, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain.
r Scientific evidence of its value, furnished
agents, gratis. See notice aniong the medical
07- Mr. Editor: Please an
unce Mr. J. J. McK AAt, a Candi.
to for Clerk of the Court, for Suniter
strict, nnd oblige MANY VoT;s.
April 13, 185-2. 25-tf
G7 Mr. Editor: Please a
unce Colonuel JOHN A. COLCIAlJ(1,
Candidnt to It-pretsctt. Claremont
minty in the next. Legislature, and oblige
M A N' Fu Z t.Nis.
April 13, 1852. 2.-1 f
Duth Carolina--Sumter Dist.
I V. LEWI S. Esqr., Ordinary for
Whereas, John I. MeLcod hath aliplit Id
tie for Letters if Adninistration tin ;tll
d singular the goods and chattles, rights
d creditors of Daniel Mcl,eod, late of
1 .striet aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and adinnit
all ind shigulhir, the kindred and credi
V of the said deceased, to he and appear
fore ino at our next Ordinary's Court for
said District, to he holdet at Sutiter
lurt House oni Frihy the 2lrd of April
it., to "hew cause. if any, Wiy the said
niiistration shiould not lie graited.
Given under my hiad and seal, this
101t day of 'Aprd. ini the year of
@. our Lord one thousand eight hun-it.
dred and fifly-two, and in the 75:h
year of Ainericnn lidependence.
.%W., LiE W IS. o. S. r>.
April 13th, 1&2 .25 2t
Tetiween the 15th of May and the
2ll o .iie last, nit the Caie Savan.
t ioad, leading from Su:itervilh to
u trM~a~a ijiiilJVElt W ATCf[,
44iH ; I ini-case ; 8 filn sion ; hu rk
it strin!r , anld britss hey ; one hand ndul
yst.al umis-ing ; verth pu6t in order 66
te iwnter us requmested to comte forward,
are propeoriy, pay ch..rtres, antd take ther
';ay withlin tirty days, or thle WVatcht witll
srold to ptay expietwes. Th'le Wattch is
the hands of T1. Weeks, Contsutble, t.
3 2 tiiles belowt t he ;~ine, ini C larenduont.
fortnat iur.l carn be had fromt Cho .el
A pril 13, 8~r.. 25-tf
I'he First of the Season,
'i i8 Subiscriber woulId inforitn t he citi
zentA of 8ntnterville and viemitv, that
is tnow receivitng a latrge. finte. antid well
leted stock of C L C) TI II S , CASSI
E1tE8, AND VESTI'NGS; bolli plain
At~so--a veylarg arnd snperior assort
'ut of lCEA(DY MlADE~ CIDYI'IING,
uhracintg every qpuality, variy antd style,
th for meni anad boys. Call anid see at
D. J. WINN'S.
Aprr! 13, 1852- 251-if
areges and Silk Tissues.
apei-lor lin Baregest ands Tissues of every
lic unit superb Pnuris S4ilk Itareges, Figured,
B roended anud Emrnridtered,
ne. qumlity tia<u:k tHareges. andl Nittk Tissue.
atndsoe~ti sayles.. of Figured and! Brocaded!
Thle aboive emracens a very extensivye variety
the tetst Frencht imnportatio~n. an pricers re
trkably tow. W. J. JACOIII & SON,
'221 King-sr.. (l1,end,)
tnpposite the tig Boot.
N. .--A ton of Black arnd ('olored laego.,
12 1-2ndl I16 2-3 cents per yard,
A pril 13, 1852. 25-if
Embhroidleredi Lace Cutrin i, (If the tmtost s".
rht descriptiont ; Embroidered1 French P'anvii,
matrkiabty low prices, at
W. J. JACO Il & SON,
22! lKing-st., hendi opp. the Big Boot.
hanrleston, Aprili:13, 1852. 25-it
MVanilla Grass Cloth.
-400 piece. n~ow open at 37 1-2 and 50 cenits a
wiir. W. J. JACOBI & SON.
221 King-st., hetnd, opp1. the Big Ilot.
tarlesioni, April 13, 1852. 25-if
1A BIN ET WA REROO M.
F. M. ANDRIEWS
TA.~K 1!S this method of
informiioytr 1.he cit izens of
Sumuteurtille itand vitiity that
-has oipened- it Smntttervit,ll, psu*el, thinew
reshteriatn (hurch, a ( AH INE W~1'.AItE
00.~, i, where lie witt keep fo.r sate. theap, all
ih furnitunre is comies un~der this deparrmeint
'this trade, whlicih ke will warrant Elf goodl
aterial ;andi will futrntish. for caos, at Ch~arles
n prices, aill dlescriptions of Furiture made.
epairinig executed! at Lthe shortest rniee.
Mlahogatny andi plait Coflins fturntisthed wit!.
Alt the sutbiriher asks is a fair trial, an.!
hues bty puncutual atitention to bunsiness and~
.sy te'rms, ill merin pubtlie pa ttonag.
I'ehiriuary 17, 1852. i7..ly.
Mlr. J..lmr It. Logan having twerin apintiied
erge*ant Mhajor of the Forty- Fourth I egiumett
i. *it. Militi", will be "tlswyed und11 respiecite
"rordliggly. By ordt of Co. F. M1. MI E L.1.
C g Waic~tchta co~py oneO tinUe.
Latrelb 9, 1852. '20-tf
f 00 pr. Negroi Shoes -for sale how by
et- v4. W. J. FhtA NCJ&~
Wilmington & Kanchestel
25 Miles it Operntiou !
On and after the first of April the Mai
and Pasenger Train on the Wilmingtoi
and Manchester Rail Road will run to
Mlaves' Station, 25 miles from its junctioi
with the Camden Branch Rail Road as fol
Leave junction daily at 2. 55 P. M. aftei
the arrival of the Cars from Charleson.
Arrive at Ma' chester, - 3. 10 P. Al
* " Sumterville, - 3. 55 " '
" " Mayes' Station. 4. 0 - "
Leave Mayes;'Stat'n daily at 0. (Mi A. A%
Arrive at Sumterville, - 6. 40
" " Manchester, - 7. 25 "
" Junction, - - 7. 40 "
in time to connect with Charleston.
A Daily line of stages carrying tihe U. 8
Mail thbrough Darlington C. II,and Cie
raw to Fayetteville, will run in connectiot
with the Itail Road.
Passengers between Charleston or Co
lumbia and Fayetteville, or intermnediat
points will find this the most comfortmbli
L. J. FILEMING,
Res't Engi'r W. & M. R. R.
April, 6th, 1852 24-tf
Josspt FREY, of Chatries
ton. iiforins the Lad.e and Get.
ilenen if Suinterville and vicinit v. ihalt he
hau arrived and is now prepareds it TUNE
AND REPAIR Pianos, Organs, Melode
on.., and other musical instrumients.
Orders left at the Sumter Banner Office
will be proiptly attended to.
April 5, 1S52- 24-tf
The stubscriber has just received a large 4oelI
of godst for SPlING AND SUMlMEt, whicl
tie odterp at Charleton prices, less cxpense.s.
10 Bales heavy Ossnahurgs.
" " Shirting and Shcetines.
s Blue Deni uand Marlloro' Stripes
10 Ilidu Bacon Sides and Slhoulders,
25 BhitP Baltinore Flour,
2500)0 fine Spanish SegarR.
-SigrK, Coftees, Tens, &c. &e.
MAsses, Setap, Starch, &c.
L. B. IANKS.
April 6th, 1352 2-if
Elegant Dress Goods.
New and elegant colored Silk Tisumes,
Thoreve Silks, Black watered do. Plair
" Jennmay Lnd GoldschmidI,"
French printed muslins; .aconets, Lawns, &c.
Iarege D'Lalnes; Fancy Bareges,
Plaid Swiss Ginghan,
French worked Cheiettes, Collars, Sleeve.
Ca pes. &c. &c.
Black and colored Alpacca, Prints, Ging.
hano., at 12 1-2 cents,
Gloves, Ribbons, ioiery, TrimmingS, &r.
at Charleston prices.
L. B. IHANKS.
April 61h, 1852 24--f
,*92DY 1MAI CLOT IING
OPMi da.,ription* as low i 82 50 a ftLl piait.
L. B. fIANKS.
A pr4il.Gh, 1 A5*2 2-t
TIlE subscriber has just returned fron
Charleston wilt a full assorimnent of A L I
KINDS. OF GOODS. Wares and %jere.har
lise in his line of busIneps; having excercisef
the utianbt difigen.e In bityhig them CIIEAI
AND GOOD, (and goods well bought are hat
..old) he, can macke It an object to any one ie
maske a hill witha him, eimher at Whl'esale ou
Itemtit. P ERRY MIOSES.
~lik'? rSIi 'ltghorna and Pan Leaf flats
600f'Iair Shioes,--varioans qutalil ies, such a:
IBrogzas; Glenis, foys andt Children
Ladies and Misses' Gaiters and Slippers
F'or stale by ANI)IIEWS & RtOACil.
Sumiterville, A pril 6, 1852. 24-2t.
.AT' TilE -PAIE'rTTO ItOU&E,'
Jt'ST RE.CEIVE.D, AND FOal SAL.E L~oW.
CA LICOlES, Muislins, and Glinghiams.
Caiibtric, Linen, aiid Li ren Drill.
Ftarmsers Drill, and Stripe I.,mecspnna.
I,. C. I ldk'tia; and M uslini I ldk'is.
Illd Ticking, Birain and i'd : biriing.
Ladies Whiate and Col'd Silk, anid L,. Thsrea
For sate lby ANDREWS & RlOACiI.
Sumiterville; Atpril 6, 1852. 24-2t.
I larrison's Cotlutmbian Btack, Redl, an<
Inmdllile Ink, in quart, pint, aim
Writing Pa per, Copy Blooks, Pens, Wa
For sale by ANDRIEWS & ROACII.
Stumtervilte, April 6, 18'i. 2...2r
2500 Itbs. Blrowna, Crashecd and Loa
200 gallonas C. 3lolasses,
5 1B1)s. Flour,
600) lbs. Rio Cuollee,
10 Sacks Susli,
50) lbs. Cand~y,
Canidles, Cheese, Siap, Si archi, Tea
Sregars, Tobnlacco, Snnaf, Shot. Poawdei
Wauter and Tin Buckets, Jugs, &.c. &c.
For sale tow lay
AND)REWS & ROACH.
Snoisterv'ille, A pril (ilb, 1852 2 I--tf
rThe Co-partnecrship heoretofore exisltin!
taet weecn the subsiacribers undelr thme firm c
J. T. Solaoms, &r Co., is this day dissolv
cd b li i nhttio and(1i mutuial conasent. Al
persons indlhet In said lfri by noate o
open accomnt, will p ;lease cat and settle.
J. T. SO~LOM.ONS,
Jamn. 6', 1852 11 t f
English. French, Latin and Greek Schor
Books. Also Blank hooks of tall sizes, an
IStationary for sale lay
Feb. 23, 1852 18-t f
Election of Music Teachei
'Thes Board of TIraistees uof thes tiradfom
Sparings Female nstiltute will elect an addlitior
at 3t nsie Teachear n the last Mlonday ina ti
nmnmh. Applicanats will please addrests til
Principal at the Instinte. IMalary fiv ti
droua dollars and tboardl.
I ~ElWIN C7ATlEIt, P'rinciiaal.
t77' Tri-weekly Chsarleton Mesruonry i
copy~ two week, and forward account.
le bruaary 2, 1852 1.a-if
Ready Made Clothing,
Wiaob recelvaed in a few dayw, a eo
fine Stock of Iteadty Made Cluthilng---onsistir
of ever'y aiceof Get earnd will 1
articleb W. J. FIt A NCI8
Orisite F. .J. r MI. ~tales' Law~ Olre
Important and Unreserve
INSOLVENC AND EXTENSIVE FAILURE
AT Tir NOCTI.
Sale <f $25,876 worth ff Splendid Good
at " Les than I1alf Price," at the Lori
don House Store, 207 King-Street.
W E beg respect fully to call the nitentio
Wof the Ietiliesi of this city, its viciniti
and throtghout the State in general to oni
" GREAT UNPRECEI)ENTED SALE,
of the richest stock (if dress good
ever ofreid in this Southern Markel
We also invite Counlry merchants, and al
buyers (of thei widernentioned clais o
goods. not to leave the city without inspec
tog this stock, beiig to their advantage
whether buying for family ute, or retailer
of the same. These splendiA [iots, of it
newest spring goods, expnrted front thb
British and Parisian markets,rt the cost o
importing, iatinotlag to Upwards of 850
000, but owinig to the firm suipendi ng pay
ment, the same was sold for the benefi
of the creditors. and W. KING, (if ti<
LONDON HOUSE EsrABLISHMENT
became the purchasers, at a discount of 5
per l ent. off the cost, the whole of whiel
will therefore eto open for public inspectioi
and sale this day, cotisisting of:
RICH FOUL.ARD SILKS; Barege di
Laines; Paris Chi'ttz Ba-trge; PAris 'rint
ed Lliwns ; Eoidroiired do.; Paris Chint:
Muslins, warranted fast rolors; Brochi
figured Swiss Muslins : Paris Chintz Fitm
Cambrics, ell wide ; Rich Satin Plaid nev
style Printed Barege, of Rocklin Freres
laria celebrated printing; Paris Tissue di
Soie; 2,000 metres Satin Stripe Parii
printed Orgattdie Mstslins, 12 1.2 cents pe
yard, cost ;11 1.4 ; Casshnre Travelhinj
Dresses ; choice colors Paris *Mamills
Black do, richly trimmed ; Paris Ki
Gloves ; Sat itn Tnre Pararols; Rich Glac<
Silk do ; Rich Foulard il.; sea green bor
dered and figured do; Itich Cliene do
Rich boiled Chamieleon do; 4,00 dozer
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Gento 7
lull size elegant quality do. :I 1-4c ; La
dies Richly Embroidered do; very riel
Works itn 1abits; Chesmizetts; Collars
Cufis ; Lidies' Caps; Infitants' Inng Robeb
Inl ants' Vaisrs, &C,; Damask L-nic Day
lies, 6 1.4c; Eibroidered Curtains, 18 3
cents each ; Rtich liriche Bonine, Rtibbonms
Poult. do Soie do; Rich Taleta G!isce Fa
contne, all boiled Sslk ; Broche Stripe do
hleavy Utace Broche do,'in wiite; Bl;ck,
Liv. aid Black, Steel asd Black, fo Mourn
ing ; Rich Mourning Dress Caasl, Whit4
Dress Check amid Plain Muiuliss, from 104
per yard, full width; Swis, Mull do
Cambray plain Ginghames,-8 per yard
do. yard wide7 plain iwlf btbitr ,Lmmne, 81
per yard,- Embroidered Sieitow 1.4 3.4c
Canton Crape Shawls; ,1c Chene do
&c. We cannot here describeench int
every style, quoting price, &c., but wil
niereiy take stome (l the leading Lits, aRi
leave our Iri-nds and customers to inspec
and judge iar themisolves, therefore, cotm
mernectg wills ]Alt 51, we introduce to you
notice our mnitgrilicent qtock of.
Lot 51, 2WO pieces- conttining 6,000 yds
of Paris Prited La wais, all at 12 1-2 cotta
yardi wide. Lot 5. 2,00 .Metres spilends
Organtie Paris Chioz, V.7:0d wide with sa
I'o stripe ait rheetks, (Weoh 31 1.4 to 3
1-2c per yard,) our pr evill be 12 1-2 t
15e per yard. Lot 53, 2,0o yardasChen
pattern, vert rich fast cohran 15 to I
-3.4c.. Lot 51. Elegant-Mourni. Dred
Goods. -Lot 55, ilandioue Printed Barevt
r 1 3-4 ets. Lot , very rihsatin Strrpe
and Check, l'aris prmted! 'rt 31 1-4, ivort
62 1-2 cents. Lot 57% lEra, super. P'ari
Tassue deC Snie, all brdhiait silk, tat 87 1.4
worth 75.0. Lots 58, 59t, 00,'til, (12 an
68, cntam~ir rich Dresas Goods, of the richset
styles, and onily require. wepection to wari
ranot a rapid saile. 35 Siummner Qaitta
mreasuring 3 1-4 yards long; tr'orth $5 eact
all at $3.25. 41)0 domzen iof rich Damtasi.
-ail Linien iDoy lies, at 6 1--kor75e per doze,
worth 12 1.2 each. Lot 04 P'aris Ki
Gloves, very bes t mako (.2 1-2c. Lot 1i
40 do~zeJn Ladiies lack- Late Mits, at (1 1.
cet.-as per pair. I Iandmsnj Emibrnoidere
' Curtais, ns half prisce.
WHITE DRESS GODS.
Ihntdsoate (;heck AMusin, frmya l0c p4
yard toa the richiestmaide ; tine atiipb (1(
18 3-4 cents ; lte Swiss Mfull, Swat
ikxsiks, I udta Jooks, the cheapest ev<
Lot 20)1, 2t00 futll size 3!ack [pice Mar
tia~s, all ait. 2 1-2e eachi. Lot 202, 4t
do. wite richly triimmsed, 87 1-2 to 1.3
1-2. Lot 21 to 2107 ii, Black Xili
Strimmsed wvitht deepi htce. at 1.87 1-2 to
I eaicht, worth three taim.s she tinoney. L.
2(18, 50) chanagable Ture do., very rich,
Upwvardis of 1.000 r-plenadid quahitic
*richtly watered, bs.msdso~rme Damiask bordet
stahl regularnly trioma 63 50 to a. each--o,
fprice for thie~e snperb) gods wvill nyerai
from 1.2.) to thie richest goods made f.
$2 25; 4100 childirn's Salk do. at 50c eac
Linen Cambric Hdk f. Department.
Lot ixtratrd inary.-4000) dozen Line~
Cambric I idk'fls. wa~rranted aull hate Fla
and the beat tsmde goods at time foillowir
'prices :No 1--; folr 2ne. or 90c. the doze
'5 8 size :Nmo 2-;j fon 28 or 1010c ti
dozen, 5-83 size :No 3--;i for :31 1.4,
1.12 1-2 the doezetn, 5-8 size ; No 4-3 (<
37 1-2, or 1.;17 1-2 the dozen, very tint
othser numtbers rnning up to time fitea
msade, at eqtualIly astiaumiahnrg prices ; I10(
richsly eimbroidered do. Frentchs works
f lat 10)7 coantainas a pierfect novelty. 4(
richly emsbroidered Traivellinig Cashme
Robes, cost froit $s tat 11) each, constat
r ing 11 1-2 yards in each pattern1 work<
all over, for 82.87 the fuil dress ; 200 L~
daes' Marsella Skarts, all at 837 cenits ear
Our splenadid stock of R.bbnw, ats abo)
dlescribed, wve cotitinence at 6i 1-4c per
All the new Spring Bonnet~s, from E
and upwardsa comprnaimg tupwards df 201~
fashtionahle atnd eleganat shapes.
Thie atbove, wvith other lots not here d
scribedl, to which we itnvite the 'attention
the public, will be found to sutrpass any e
pectations, thmerefore d(e ctatl oin ouar cust
emers to inspect the same, now open for sa
Iat the LONI)ON llOUSE STORE,
-2117 Kinag-street, Charleston, S. C.
", W n.r.t yto, l'ropirietr
.N.fl.-til hills amnountinag abtove 65
a ditscountt alloawedl of'2 1.2 per cent ; unad
thtat atrunt, ats usumal, rnet cash. Count
u orders will have Mr. King's strict persor
attenantce, atnd any Dress Goods left I
- is selectiotn wili be exchanged If requmirc
as we cannot as usttal, so well sotnd sat
y pies by mail, the fashmionable patterns gen
KC rally beitng larger this season,-and requtiri
*C at least 1.1 of a yard to see thme desig
OFFE1l8 for mile, for cash, or an approved c
aed W91.1. SELECT10 assortmaent of 'LAsT I.:
FRE NC1, ENGIIL AND AMER
SURGICAL INSTRIUMENTS, PAINTS
TRIUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VARNIS
r PESSARIES, " -. DYE STI
DILUGGISTS .ABEs. BRONMA
GLASS WARE, "RIUSII
PATENT AzEuItCINaS, WIxNoiw
THOatrSOnAN AIRVtatN"s, JAgr ANj
13nAKFRas' J1191108 & 11o0TH, SoIAat, 1
GARnax SE~us, SrRIT G
COMPRISING TIE STOCK 01
Agent fo1 fle
PA TEXT AND JV
April 6th, 1852.
Encourage Home Manufac
T ilE Subscriber, grateful for the liberal
. patrotinge heretifore bestowed upon
hint, takes thin method of informing the p-ople
of Sumter and the adjoining Districts, that he
still continues to carry on the CARtilAGE and
HARNESS 31AKING business in all its vari
ous branelis, at him stand in ihopville, S. C.
He is nmaking large additions to his Esitablisha
ment, so as to enable him to manufacture itery
thing wanted, in his line, at the shortest notie;
and mn a style t-f workmanship equal to any lit
the Soutlhernt States. lie heam h teis employ ex
perienced workmen, and is well sup plied with
Stie bent sensoned tinher ; also with 'rimmings
r anid lountings of the latest style.
r All new work done in Iis line will be wari
.ranted 12 months ned repaired without charge
if it fail in that time. He will do repairing at
the shortet notice, and in case any person living
at a distance shouid want repairing lone, if they
will write to that effect, he will send for tile
job, aned return it when done.
JAS. W. A5IBROSE.
N.B.-Ilin TERMS are an reasonable as'any
pe ron cunldl expect.
lilhopvi lle, :. C., March 9, 1852. 20-ly
I ;" 1 lack River Watchnaan will copy Six
monthse. J. W. A.
Butter, Lard, Bacon & Co'r.
PRIMIE 3Mountain Ihuter (in small Firkins)
do. do. Leaf Lard, do.
North Carolina Bacon,
Mlarch 25, 1851 24 if
Lewis M. Hatchi
No. 120 MEETiNO S*REEW
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OILR-Sperm and Wle-Agent fe-t the
WillTE I.EA )D-Agent for Union Company.
IRON SA FI-.:Agent for Rich's Salamander
I PLATFOLM SCALES--Agent for Labartes.'
I BOGA iM'S'S MILLS--A gent for Air. It.
t GEORGIA MIRliR STONE. 3Manufibiti:
LEllEt IlIANDS, alarge stant.
r tarleston, Oct. 6. 50 tr
Garden beed-Crop.10 ,
Just received a fregh supply, inol 4p1
variety which are WAltitANTI, L
IRISH POTATOES, Onion Setta.,&c. ' ir
at PERRY 3OSES'
1Feb. 1y1h, 1952- 17-tf
5M Apple Trees frmm the celeb' tei
Snniraery of.T11AVts & LILES, for Ba. lh11V
by --r -- -FR Y3oss
Feb. 24, 1852 18-tf
rs';rl Thlu.eie avineg piurvhasedl the STOCi
OFGOS he lorgincg to P. J. & P. Moases
dll eccnie hco,'I iees dt .thir bId stfthe, ane
assures hise triendis, alid the #ublie ecfrt~h
ithat Ice will eo all in him .oi-er to toe cit, thcel
contience aned parong . l6F
Febritary It0, 18.'he. .; iei.h 'f'
Notice. s .ttcl
d R .JAME31)CiARlGA N o'secf l
erisis pcrofessieanal P'rvlices to thce cjtjzen. C
8eamterville aritd Its vicinity.
Otice-the A pothecary shop formerly occ'u
31t h i, 1851 20 ly
r Tier. Suabscrie'r leaving recentl - pdfchnose1
-; ale e'ntire STOCK OF GOODS, beledin;~
.f ormerly to ee cloy & Jones, consisting uof ever
thting tant can Ibe foeundl in a ctore, for town e
1contry entnstumptioni, ofTers them at ver- e'
dtede price's feor Caesh orc g'eee paper. ie sol tieh
a share of the generous pulic patronaege.
L. 3I. 31IIOY.
fachl 22, 1852. 22-l w
UllTIEREAS the law reqtuires thce Ordi
Vi utary oef Sumter District to be itn hi
>t Otlice, Monday andl Friday in each weel
person thecrefore ha~ving business in sai
Offce will please ttttend oan thtosoedayc
Machl t, 1859. Q00=t
SValuable Woodland Nea
rc TJlE TOWN FOR SALE.
e Bletweenc 17 aned 18 acres of land lyin
rn at '1Turkey Creek near Sumtiervilie. will b
c, sold ott~act'ommocedat ing terccs to nti aj
ptrove'd puerch1wer. AJpply at this ofice.
Jaen. 2-t hc, l802 14--tf
"Yarn and Osnaburgs,
a, Thelc abeove goods' at. whoeleslale eer reta
e Iby P'ERRY MOSES.
>r Agent of Th'le DrF.KAn Manf'ng Coin'y'.
ir _Felb. '.1. 1e'" 13-t f
N. R A NI,
Mtixuusafsetuirea- of IlsaggIes,
0Iteturns ehissaineerd take to
- tic baestowedl ance le ev * ieeIformi i acem th
d he kees con~stanetly (n hand the abueo antiel
e- oflhis eown cimnutfaictuire andi warcraii the san
It. to tbe of thce be'st maoerial, workmaaniship, and
., thue late,'c siylh-. Ilis prices shaill comcpnet
t(' halestn prIces, andl as to duerability-, t
cominparisona :e li e convicede, youa with plea
call act siie ('arriage liepository on lhroad Stres
uieer the Townt Ihall and examinae for you
~ 'With t wenty years eipertence, and Lltert~
IHe'll tie with the E'o'tntry attd the ari'
hh bli trade.
y1ithe, 1851 29 t
-D. J. WINN,
le MIERCHJANT TAILOR.
- .eWmihi respcectfully .inform is friends. ar
thee pubcllic ge'n rhdly that hce iiw has on iar
:ind of'. ree fear sate, an reagrintile lettda a Iarj
r- andci spalenidi assortme'nt of Clothse, Cassinle
c iied Ve'stings, with H~ates, Caa,
er Seisteeerc.. I ravais, .%ccku, fine ltn
ry |ena ande Allerinco Shcirte, Dirawet *,
al Gloves, linndkeerchliefs, Ujmbrcdhi)' &c.
or iene ande Bicysi Ileany ihltide Clothingk of et
e-iclfirmns for Sitnmter RIflemen furnIshed C
D'rlis;h vetng :r pceularlytchcotih
of 'ar rIche pteS ta eve pe ifl
EN, S. C.
redit, AT TE LOWEST 3AfRET Pagies, a large
A MaNITERANCAN and EUROPEAN
'CAN CHEMICALS OF ALL KIND&
AND OILS, SPICES
ES, 4 ELATIN ; ..
FF1, FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
GLASS NAIL AND TOOTn-BausIus,
WICKs; CosS AND hAia B1sOMe.
Aan AN Srias: Oss.n, FANCY SOArS,
As AND CARIPnIRE, &c. &C.
d Liver Oil.
with ery article
A DUWGGIST OR PHYSICIAN:
MIL Y fEDICINES.
J. BAL NETT,
Of Columbia, has the pleasure of annonun
cing to the citizons of Suniteville and the
surrounding IDistrict, that lie las oponed a
Branch of his Estatblishmdnt at Mr. China's
Notel, ivhere will be found a nost com
plete a-.sortnient df
Renit l Mde kliaiiaid;
Shirts, under do. Drawers, Cravate, Hand
kerchiefs, Suspenders, rrjnks, and Fancy
Goids, ill of which he pledges, will be
sold lower than ever offered in this place.
Call nnd he convinced. ..
March 20thI M32 23-tf
New Goods afid New Storet
T IE Subscriber begs leave to inform the
citizens of Sumterville and the public
generally, that lie is now opening a fihe
SkiNG AND SUMMiER Od0:
Consisting of Ludies Dress Goods of every
description ; and Fancy Articles.
A verv complete assortment of READY
MADE CLOTHING, all of which will be
sold a*tremely t.w, it. his it'ofe, iib dbor
bait if 5ir: . Sdnit&'4 Law Oflicei
. . UREENVAJA.
March 29. 1852 25-tf
Dry Goods and Groceriest
T ME Sulbriber i'esiectfully infortin hi
Ifrinds and the publib enel-ally, that
he has just -eturned fron GhakleAton, and
is receiving a -:ell. selected assoftiittint'6f
DRY OODS ..lND GRbCERiES,
which he will sell as low as can be afforded
In thig tuarket for Cash.
-o --ALSo-- I
%Weal, idd G~ijst'-ke, fr4 as
2.18.9I'. ., f
15larm and Summer Clothi
ttention of the pub!ic, visitit
., yhtvi inyi to th Neto and s
ob Ppring t id iiler Stock now receiving
AT iflJNN & DURYEA'S,
U3 Kinga 4mt. t0 ilkj oieImI.
We have on han! and are-constmtly recelving
of our own manufacLure, all the latest paIern
sf Spring and Summer Goods, made uip in the
best and niost fasionabhe manner and warrant
gl . ive per fect satisfaction. .
. GratBa innscan he had in a~ bal
mr11 Wner tek as we muist lear i
e ak tunn .or oii-Spririg id hitimmer
iase call and -eltinune as
STRE Ti Char'eaton.~
Marchi 23, 852.2-1
A H' TE FIi UF D)ICiSdN A& L afrA
- woildl respjectfily~ Ibrm his fniends andI thme
f public generally, that he is now receiving a i'a
riety of IHeavy and Fanny Groceries, whsich he
-will sell tow fosr casth-Two doors above the
Planieris' ilotel, and imimediately opposite Jamues
Camdsen, S.' C. De.10th, 1850 if ej
y 5obdh fbr ailrads
WV. G. BANCROFT,
253 and 255 KINO-STarE.T.
(One door below Wentworthi-Street.)
ec wosiuld anhn respect fully igvite the..atten
tin of our friensdi andI cuistbniersn Iii the cotiiry,
tt, our vxtesit Stock of D)RY GOODS, when
Ihlicy tislt mir CIty! Always in hand
Consisting of Georgia Plainte. and Kermiey.
,Alabasma do do.
jPlain ansd Striped Osnabergs.
Itleneched and Brown Domestics
SUPER DUFFIL IILANEETS-DIRECT
We wouldl also piart Icularly isi~Iie aftent on t
our IMPORTATION of SILKS and DR~ESS
G;OODS, beisng one of thme. LA RGEST
STOCKS IN THlE SOUJTIIERtN COUINTRY.
\' 'e are aliso prepnsre~d to furns ish every article
e In lise Irv hood. 'Lasne, viz: Ilosiprit, Golves,
-Linenss, Flannels, Clothis.Casimttefs, Hsmbatlne,,
Alpace-as, M~erensoes. Moiissellai do Liites,
' laids, .Jaronets nnd lMfwhs Mulslins, Furnitaire
)ihy;P Prntis. Glogharits, shal leLcs, Edg
ing, Rlihbons, Trismmnings, &c., cs.
September 23, 1851. 48--tf
My IldUPSE AND) L.OT, i the vilage 9f
Soutterville. *lte'tn I ho live. ,here ar-e
FFlTY-.FIV E ACRLES OF IANND di tie hiM.
Ternmt tidh eit to the purr ?s...
Jan. 15, 1852. '13-tf tx. LEW IS.
Fosr Sale at PERRY NOPEFS'
Feb. 17th, 1352 17-tf
it iAnd AiNs to be hfad ms te hhb'te article
Sat P'ER RY M108ES'
e Feb. 17th, 183'2 17-if
Ii 1,000 BisheIs oCf mrn,
li ~ANTED) by the subscriber One Thvm
tWsand Buishdin of .Corn, for whiuch.the
r- highest market price ilil b~e paicd
aj . PERRY MOSES
Fehruary 10, 1832. If--tf
. rs hItlsittie .
- ILaf; Crush, Clarktied andi rtonnigr.
Het Rio an Jhva Coffee.
Sarinet, Lobsuters, Salmondl and Mackeral,
a P'ickels; Presertes; &c.
d AIsb CHlEE8E of the DURnAM ftravtd, that
ivill keep in tny blinmame, and improve with
aige, at PERRY MOSES'
Leb. 17h 852 17-.:.4
n liunishing Warehouse,
NO. 20 IIAYNE STREET,
Ol Caariestoa, 5. C.
Murchs ib. 1Hid 1O-tf
CENTitAL WiiAfilt R STOP[
April 4, j852f.
Tak 01t i i
Comihitted iiib " adif0ti6b28:4af
1851 a negro man; callin. lillev
Pays he belongs tcin man i'k1
name ofLutton. Alsoonuaif21 :
18I, says Ids name in Gabriel an'dt li 1 'M1
belont Wito Dr -
The ownei-s oft he ahiiisih~d p0
are hereby notified, thati llthe said n
are not taken out, und the . exponPesgp
by the expiration of one year from'"
lodgment in Jail, that thiey will 4bg'.$l
[fhe 1.84 tIl-ci-.t. iThe r-uin bT
the first Siondai, in Jpnrte q A j!
tar (Gabriel) on the fIrst Mrniday.
S~:RITA E V S Mn.D
April 3rd, 8 -24=-tym
South Carolina Shop F ta
RY-C I A R L E 8 1 r
fo Cif AND iDOIJNTRY DkA
-..4im-5) to 10,000 pairs
Kip B-ogens, Goat and- Calf
. io; !tiltabte r the Sprin
Tindei; consiiliig 'i Aiig,gi1'dtItpl
and Womens of various unalities andalk4
are now offei'd for. ale td. 1eatl0 6
otlers on favorable ietms.- the ablie r. I
scripiibn of Slhnes are well Nty
attetitioi ,if the Trade; allib. Shoeslfittl
laich 9, 1AM. 94
The State of South Carel&
SUMTER DISTRICT-hi Euiatwr
Iautence II. Delser -
vs BtuW Jar Itijuirn
Robert C. Myers, lion ain ReM1l'
W.illiam S. Belser,. I
Igrvey Skinner. J .
tappenrmg to nay gatiifa U'ii ;t' it
||inifh, 8. lJelser,hne of the Dergiiq
in the above stAted eine, iA absbift f'oW aI
without the limits of the State ofStfi
tarolina - It is.okdered that tle saidWila
liari 9. ieilsel- dd p.lbad%;nser ot'dkhir
to the Complainant's - Bill. bf biiilaIf
within the time prenctibed b laovr a6r
order pro confesso may be takeiigin
W. F. B. IAYNSWORTH,
Wii. Lewis ahd otheirs '
- -: v.s:T. .1 - . M. 11 .. Hil b Abe'06IM
Leonard Whlit h~a I het
It*i i'dHio ilit time creieditors 4f
J me* Wildet; tebei, late l8beratr
strict, d'd apMpr before me and -s 1i.i
deniands aginst the deeased.
By ordeR'f the Court.
FY. B. HAYNSW
:gstleryV F, ]Feb 2,85. 1 31
!s ''A c iee
duly atteats4- 'd inde
Nt ent ITT E
La Rn't da.- at , pm . *d
11 7o 1 -
NT ii N . from hic a
two dailytaindaediaheat .n.
Rihmnd WVafth'in8' S. tirnre
dlpi:AV t~tir Ne iiaif .i Thebi8 et
aripcafll infoe Sth as via stemLr
the ineT9, are C.n firoat hcnpti
tw al risare navgaedby ae dw at8.t -
peine oaande2I' Ms;c o'lc othe ceneinra
adWeldona its tl is tol eaut~z
wichmheavy TVai) itib satiering t
dsafet and despath.I DyThes 'publit
rFIRScTul in r d ache Btaiotrqj
-t0hose hine rei ltat n 5.rs a
Nre w Yorin -2hus;ad by vl* n~ athe
SECONh~D cTRAINde the ail iia -
timre n -ED oudr1 Pthladeliiitn
and lbieiln Ras Ra'dl Copaya theblt
wfih othe Companl ; tiid t b f aurn s t
stret Clad eton. C., t hese plitse
Ma0hor:ilti 185l. in 2-tf'usa
re]Yrki 5j1 uscier hs; anovd hiy tOT
SECAND 8RAIN TE toav on~or
Wt.mof~ iaptai .F.r* Sumtsett law Qfi'
heus lin utrce d willrki f1' cntaly
ken rgi nd a canlne tock d ofrOO
EAN SIS 0Whic Ae wila sllipgtp
cuntomera ul Ral Prompt-anymat th
reqied. h bupe3' btn orn
stret Chrlsto, . . o whO M,.aM
Febray. 24 82 . 1-A
twle hesubscriherls udr e fim Mof E
&LPN. M SJOis dSoE it onei~donr
ilan mut ceent. hu!wllci~tn
ANr othOeS ile will psaeclad8ElTT L E.
A . MORES -~.
Febrary 1, 1. 18--G r
ii ~ Notiet
ll Prsons. indebted- to the ieritNef
sroicteis wilto s call and l imedaEa
Mrarh 15, 1852. 21-tfM8P.4
I HAVEAointtM. -aW.e reienu
myli et; to retlcall ard te matters aa
circuEstanes comlhntcoallt o thim.
Distrct. MRY FPcDONA
I ALL Psnsing ed Mr V .Gaeen
the Estate of John AidcDoikalt c h
the% aJy attested, Thus te a a
~nn4imed!iate paymentto -2
}hrray W. Ml..fRE, Aget
Fer i 45 --t