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. Stokes, Laurensvillo Herald.
., Whitaker, Southern Mag
ir'Taber of -the Charloston Mer
en:ry, and Mr. Pressly, of the Southern
1Standard, explained their positioti in
the Convention inl a very satisite
Mr.Carlisle presented a draft for a
enstitutiou to form, and for the gov
rmtpelt of, a permanent Society of
inemibe-s of the Press of tihe State;
ivliich, on motion, was relrred to the
E. 1-. Britton, WV. R. Taber, W.
11. Johnston, WN. 1B. Carlisle, J.
II. Giles, I. A. MclKniight, 16. M.
Stokes, J. It. Gossett and J. 11.
- r Johnston moved that all pre
positions submitted shall be presented
to the above Committee.
On motion of.1. A. Bonner, a com-,
Inittee of three was appointed to
nominate Officers for the Society. The
Chairman thereupon appointed the fol
1Mivinig gentlemen: J. A. Bonner, S.
A. Godman and T. J. Warren.
On motion the Coinvention adjourn
ed to meet at 6 1-2 o'clock this even
P. M. WALLACE, Ch'n.
R, M. STOKSs, Sect'ry.
The Conventio. was called to or
dler at the appointed time.
Mr. C. D. Melton, of the Palmetto
Etandard, recorded his name as a
member of the Convention.
rite Committee to whom wa-ns re.
ferred the preparation of business fr
the action of the Convention this even
ing, made the following report:
'le Committee to whom was re
flered the preparation of business for
the action of this body, report, that.
having had under consideration the
seveial matters committed to them,
they beg leave respe-tfillv to recom
mend the following for your adoption:
The undersigned. in order the more
effectually to cultivatc social relations
and feelings of brotherhood and com
munity of interest among% all persons
,connected with the Press, and regn
late, as iihr as possible, by common
coniselt aid agreement. the mnuner in
Which the functions of the Press sll
he dis-htarged and directed, do here
by establish and agree to tile foi
See. I - The title of this Association
shall be the "South Carolina Press As
Bee. 2. All persons ecnnected wvitlh
the Press as Editors, Proprietors (.r
Reporters, or that may have been
so Connc-ted liefore application, nmv
become itmembers, as hereafter ir-.
Sec 3. The oficers shall be a Pr-es
ient, t.wo Vice Presilemts, Secretary
and Treasurer, and a Permanent Con
hiit tee shall be entrusted with the in
terests of the A-sociatioin inl their re
;pedtive localities. It wili be the du
ty of ea-h t IutifV the Preksident. of
liny thing "-hich requir-es the action of
lthe Association. The Permanent Comi
miittee shall lie appiointed bly caelt Pres.
Ident ont entering his oflice. TIhe othi
er oflicers shall be elected1 by a plut
rulity ot votes, whic-h after- the
first meeting. shall he by ballot.
All the officers, except the IPresident.
shatl[lbe e.c ofici;o miember-s of the Per
See. 1. After the first meeting ap:.
bcants shall be proposed by their
See. 2. All oflieer-s shall be elected
ident, and Scetcary and Tre-asu rer
shall discharge the duties reqjuirecd of
their stations and indicated by the
inmes of their ofices respectiv-ely anduo
such special appropriate dutties i-, may
b~e requiredl by resolution of the As
sociationi. 'Te President, maly conl
ve-ne the Association on extraordina
ry occaisions, whmenever he judges the
interests of the' profession re-quir-e
See. 2. Enebh membller subscribing
her~etJada:! I' l it his du Lty, whiei
A ~led on. to aid by advice and coun
sel- any mtemberci of the craft.
See. 3. The Annual Meeting of the
Association will be held at such
time and place as the Association
may (direct at the preceding An
Sec. 4. An address shall lie deliver
ed before the Association at each an
unal meeting by one of its members,
who shall bho appointed at the pr-e
ceding annual meeting.
Sec. 5. The expenses of the As
sociatioin shall lie paid by an as
sessment of the members. at each
meeting. Said assessmnent be(i ng m ere
ly for the purpose of defr-ayinug ne
cessar-y expenses. The ftids to be
paid under- the dir-ectiotn of the P'res
Sec. 1. Tlhie Associ ation establish.
cs and will enforce, as part of' its Con
stitution the ftllowing Rules anid
Regulations for the guidance of its
meimers in their several relations to
Sec. 2. Proprietors of Journals shall
not emaploiy anmy apprentice pr-evious.
Jy employed by any othcr imiem-e of
this Association, not honorably dis
Se-c. 3. A s a general rule, no paiper's
abadW be mniled front our- oflices to
new subscribers, uniless at least six
mionths, snbscr-iption be paid ini a I
vounce, and aill paipers will be discon
tinnted (dim noitie hiaving' been giv~e Ito
has expired. Respectfully submitted,
E. 11. BluTToN,
Which, after some discussion, was
The Committee .pin)0ilted to n1oM
innte officers to terve the ensuing year
imide their report.1
On motion of Mr. Johnson, the Con
vention proceeded to ballot for offi.
cers of the Association; which resulted
inl the election of the ibllowing gen.
R. W. GIBUES, President.
P. M. W ALLACS, 1st Vice President.
E. 11. RITTON, Secretary and Treas
T. J. WARtrEN, Orator.
S. A. GOmIAN, Columbia.
J. i. GILrS, Newberry.
J. J. Ries, Anderson.
On motion, the Secretary was or.
dered to notily the oficers elected of
the result of the balloting.
Oan motion of Mr. Jolmson, the
thanks of the Association were tender
ed to the members of the Indepen
dent Fire Comopany of Columbina, for
the use of their Hall. The Chairman
annonneed an invitation from MI-.
Janney to the members of the As
sociation to dine with him to-mor
row, which was accepted; and, on m1o
tion of' Mr. Taber, the thanks of
the members were returned to that
gentleman for his courtesy.
On nuotion of' Mr. Pressly, the
timnks of the Association were tenler
ed to P. M. Wallace, for the couirtcous
and dignifiled manner with which he
presided at this meeting.
Onl motion of Mr. l3onner, it vas
ordered that the proceedings of this
meeting he published in all the papers
of tile State.
h'lie Association then adjourned,
to meet, at Columbia oi the first Wed
nesday in Iecember, 1853.
P'. M. WaVAci.:K, Chairtuan.
R. M. STOK.:s. Secretari.
The l'rincess Wasa has abjured the
Protestant religion, preparatory to
he- marriage with Louis Napoleon.
MA RRI ED.-On the 9th in.tant, by the
Rev. 1). AMcQueen, )r. .. 1. MI.ERI and
INlisa- I 1A RtI E-T.I. B. FRAst:R, tildest daught -
er of Ladson L. and lannah A. Fraser, all
of Sumter District.
On tihe evening of the 9th inst , by Rev.
N. Graham, Ar.'ntims BAKEl, EIqJ., to
Miss M. M. JoNEs, daughter of A. Jones,
all of Sumter.
SPEIIAL JINOT IOE .
A noll'er Scietific W on1de'!
IMiPORTANT TO nYSl'E'TCS.
D~r. J.. 1 lutghlton's Pepsin, the true Di
get.tive Fluid, or Gastrie Jicr, preppared from
eitmet, or the Fourth Stotntmhti of thw Or, a--r
directiin of Haron Liebuig. thiy great 'jhyitilo
grea1l Chemist, by J. S. lu1gh:ien,.1. A., Phila
Ielphia. This is trIly a wii Lerful rei mIedv tir
Indigestion. Dysesit-iam, Jaumlice, I.iver Com
pilaintt, Consiutipatiin and Debility, cutrinig after
Nature's Own Method, by Nature's Ownt
inig Sctifie ev idenice of its vaute, furnmishged
byv agenots, gratis. See notice as1mng tihe medical
rTho~uawls of pairetnts whIo use Vermuifuge.
compojsed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., are not
awrthat whlile thlie ap~lwaur to benenc~t thle pat
tienit, they are acitually laying the founttdatiomn fir
a series of diseas. suchI as saliratioin, l0.-s of
sight, weaknmess, of limbsi, &c.
In aothler colhunn11 wiilI be founid the advecr
tisemnent of I lohenisack's 3teiiese, to whtichI
wre ask the attention of all directly interested
itn their own as wvell as their ChuIren.'s htealthi.
in Liver Cout~maits andti all di~sorder. auri-itng
fruom lhose oif a biiinst type., shoulh itmake use
of the only genuine mteeicin, Ilohensuck 's
li" e not derlred," hait ask for llhe.
herve that eh huas the signmatore. of the P'ropirie
tor, J. N. Ilon-:S.i c5 ,t as none else a re ge ineiL
Agtur. 101. 'I.p
NIOsifiitag'ik (N4ta'matitl NHitle
It untdreds of ouir citizents comipjlatin oft debili
the liver andi stomtailh, wantt of appetite A-.
they are friegnently the resulh of too closeu tap
Plientin, andl a thoeutsandt othier causes we ran
tnt here namtle ;but we woiii say, all aflhjet
ed, ilo asi we have dlone--get at hottle or twio of
l)r. I loollandmi's G ermoan Htitters, prepiaredl by l~r.
Jacekson, and our wiordl for it you willI be cutredl.
WVe recommnasd this um eii, knsowing from
explerience that it is mutchi supjerior to the genie
rality of pateitnt eicinies. We wouii say to
our readetrs, lpurced i nne tunless~ pirepared byli
D~r. C. 3I Jackon, P'httilaehita. Jutly 1
TUITION AND BOARD,
I can aiccommodrsate somne eighlt oir teni
hioyT with boaird in liy fatilv--'I'uite~n
board, lodginig, wvashiing and Irining for
nine mionth s, the ensu ilL' year for $ 100.
A niintirm lby cam. becotine heahhI lv in the
course of a year in this beauitiful regrioni of
good waiter, and bracing air.
W. G. IIARRETT.
A thens, Ga , Decc. 14, 1852 7-3t
lSS CA ROld NE .iORIGA\N. wotnhl
respetfulIly ittformn her friends and patIronis
h-it she will resnme then exercises of her
S~chool otn the first Alondaliy ini .Jauary
Spetlinig. Readmng, und( WVriting
ier Quartir - - - . $:a 00
Primnary Geography, and Arith
metic, witIihove . . . $4 (0)
G;rammtter, Geography, history,
mad Phtilos~ophy, inclutdingn thme above, $6 00)
Astrontomry, andI Jtotanty - $7 00
Sumterville, Dec'r 7th. 18.52 6--it
Notice to Creditors.
All persmons itndebted ho tn subscriber
will please comte forward and] maktei pay
nlenit, as circmtnc~d(es comipells himl to
-all ont them. Thie time given to creditors
Dec. 7th, 18.52 6-It
Rail Road Notice.
ENGUIEER'S OFFICE, W. & M. R. R.
December 1st. 1852.
ON lamf after this date. the Passenger
and Mail Train will run as follvws:
Leave Hills at 3.40 A. M.
TinunOnsville 6 4 00 "
S LyncIburgir 440 1 6
Aayesvillo " 5. 0
" Snmterville " 6.00 "
" Manchester 4 6.50 " "
Arrive at Junction " 7.15 " "
Leave Junction at 2.30 P. M.*
" Manchester " 3.00 " "
" Sumterville 3.10 "1 "1
"o Aayesville " 4.15 '' "
" Lynchburir " 4.45 " "
" Timmonsville " 5.15 " "
Arrive at Hills " 0.04 H "
Nothing but perishable Freight will be
transported by Passenger Train, and all
such must be distinctly labelled with the
name of the article, to ensure its passatre.
Shippers are requested particularly ti
observe the names of the Stations, in the
direction of Freight. The places in the
above schedule, together with "Carters
ville," are the only Depots known to the
Agents, and the Company cannot he re.
sponsible for the proper delivery of articles
L. J. FLEMINTING,
Resident Engineer, &c.
* Or await the arrivai of tIhe up Train
from Charleston until 10 P. 1.
Der. 14. 1852 7-3t
B Y virtue of sundry Exeentions to me
directed, will be sold ..' Sumter Court
I louse, on the 1st Alonday and day follow
ing in January next. witihin legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, tie
following property. Purchusers to pay for
I Tract of 40 acres or land in Cia
rendon, adjoining lands of Win. White,
levied upon as the property of Ilenry T.
White, at the suit of It. J. l'rice.
I Tract of' 50 acres of hanl, in Cla.
rendon, adjoining lands of* and near where
Defendant lives, levied upon as rlie proper
ty of John S. Rich, at the suit of It. Poime
I Lot and Buildings thereon, in Surn
terville, adjoin ing tuins of, and del't lives,
levied on as the property of .lesse Ahorgaii,
at the suits of John Conyers, E. 1).
Pringle. and John China.
One Tract of 93 acres (if imnil in
Claremont adjoining lands of-, and
where Defendant. lives, levied upon as tie
properly of Saimul P. IlLitlield at the suit
of lIentry P'ate.
I negro, I horse, IHorses levied otn
as the property of' V. F. Blutter at the
suits of J. 13. Iliiton, J. J. Davis. W. -
Lewis assignee, J. S. & L. Blowie.
2 Horses levied on as the property
of \V. It. Ilently at the suits of Sami-.l
lHarvin and T. J. Dinkins.
1 Alule and lorse levied on as the
property of Nl. Barwick at the c-uita of J.
S. & L. llowie and T. Lynn.
1 Negro levied 01t as the property
of G. \V. Barnes at the suits of John III
gram and It. It. Spanti.
2 Negroes levied oni as the pronperty
of Joln J. Browin att tle soits oi 'toosevelt
- So, and It. S. Tcvs.
1 Negro levied on as the propert -tx
Johnc Chmaca at the suits of G. Ihirtoii, L.
13. 1 lanks anmd \Vdey Baniks & Co.
1 AI tle levied on as the pmr 'pert v
oft). Chianidler at. the snit ot 1L. ii. llank'.
1 Negro(i levied on as the proiperty oft
John A. Cule!co'gh at the sut cit A. Bar'nes.
I Ne~gro levied ont ats the properity
of V . G3. Colclough, Adm'x at the suit '>4
I Ilor'se leviedi on as the procperty'
oif Jas. 11. Dmigle at the suit of J.mines 11.
Mareim anid Cd'it levied on ais the pr'o
perty of Johnc \V. Donamld at the 5 tat of
E. Duraint & Co.
I Negro Ilevied oni atS the propet''y
of John1 WV. Ervin at the suit of 1). 8.
1 1 lor'se levied on as thme proplerty v o
Johni O. 1 Iilladayv at the suit of \im. .Net
1 1 lorse levied oan as the propert v of'
\Vm. Kelley at the suot of Jas. TI. PIe.ck.
I llor'ise levied on as the prop1 er'ty
Roibert. Lowry at the suit of Itiiosevelt &
1 1 torse levied on as thme properi v of
It. G3. MlcLeod at the sumit of .\iay Mcehoy,
2 I lorses levied on as the paropler'tv
cif Elizabeth Aleteod at the suit ot .\1.
I Nero levied oni as the pr'opert v
Mcoc looy at the suit oaf C. I1. Polk'
I I lorse levied (in as the pimcroety
of \V. WV. Newmian at thme sait oat J. Vag
derpoot, Jr., 2 casesC.
1I llorse Ilevied ont as thle piroptily
of X'l Newman at the suits of T1. J. lOmikiins
andc aleltacy & Jones.
I N egro alevied on ais thle pro(pcert v
of J. S. Itichiard.-on at the suit of Jaimes
2 1 loirses levied otn as the property ofC
John 8. Rtwh at thle'su its oif A. J. .\d eCamts
atid II. S. Pometrov.
I Neget'c I ev ied on as the proa pert y
of M~ary .\. Rtich a t lie suit of it. C. Do'l.
lard, 2 ('ases.
I 11lorse levied cin as the prop~ler't v t
Tihoimas 1). Suimter at thce suit of C.' 3.
I lluggy levied ain as thie propilertyv
of It. ItI. Tisdlale ai t he suits oaf J. J . im:.
tiel, an mlIIirrellI, Iluare, & Co,.
I Negro lev'ied on as the propei'ty
of James S. indiall at thme suit of I lavi.
ha cd, II arral & Alleni.
P'lantation Toocls, Ci'opj, oie Griev
.\ire, .1 shoatsa, 2 coiws a nd calve's, hzos.
hiold and kichenm furinitu re levied on as thle
piroplerty of Samuel P. 1hit tiehIl at thle suit
of Ilien ry Pate. to lie .sold at defeindants re.
sidenc'e oi nsusdaiy .111h Jamnuary 185~.3.
20 1llend hogs levied on as the
proaperty of It. W. Stukes at the suit of E.
J1. Plo~wden, to be sold at defenidanmts resi
denice on Tue'sdayv 4ith Januiary 18531.
JOllN C. IA.\E,s5.5. o.
'lTie canbhscriher has madsce arrangemnents fair
thme imanu cfactture of from F"our to F~ive, Thoucsandl
I'airs of thes abov'e article by the FALL. For
reterenlce as to quality, lie woucldt respectfully
refer persons who may be dhispose d to purchase
f huam, to those who patronized ni m last year.
As to price, he will guarantee thcemi as low as
an be afl'orded .
Mav 2'2 2 tf J- a mne CA, .
In Equity---Sumtei District.
John R Broughton,
Letitia B. Broughton1i
and Margaret Brough.
ton, By their next ' BILL.
friend Jas. R. Brock,
Epsey E. Broughton.
In pursuance of anl order in the above
stated case, I will efter at public sale, on
the first Monday in January next, at Sum
ter Court House, that plantation or tract of
land, coutaing about four thousand acreP,
lying in Clarendon County, Sumter Dis
trict, at or nearFulton Post Office, belong.
ing to the estate of the late Elward
Broughton, Jr.. deceased, and upon which
lie resided at the time of his death, being
the same recovered by the said John It.
Broughton, Letitia B. Broughton, Marga.
ret Broughton, and Fpsey E. Broutlton,
in an action of Trespass to try Title, lately
brought by them, in the Court of Com.
mon Pleas for said District, against Edward
Britughton, senior, deceapeJ. Not to be
sold for less thain seven thousand seven
hundred and filly dollars.
'F.mis.-One-fourth part of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash; the bal
ance payable inl one, two and three years,
vith interest fron the day of sale-the
purchaser to give bond and personal secu
rity, and a mortgage of the land for the
credit portion of the said purchase money.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTH,
Com'r in Equity
Dec. 1-1, 185*2 7--id
SO. CAROLINA---SUMTER DIST,
n , L E IVI6, Es i., Ordinaryfur said
Whereas, David G. Shorter hath applied
to tle for Leters qf Administration, on
all and singular the goods and chattles,
rights and creditors of Jenima Itichbourg,
late of the said District, deceaseds
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the -kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased. to he and appear
before tile at our next Ordinary's Court for
tle said District, to be holdein tit Sumtimer
Conrt Ilouse otn Friday the 17th daY of
)eceimber, inst., to show cause, ifany, why
the said administration should net be grant
Given under my handl aid seal, ths
7th day of December in tile year of
[.. s.) our Lord. one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty.two, and in the 76th
year of Americai Independence.
W. L EWIS, o. s. n).
December 7th, 1852. 6-2t
Rail Road Notice.
Omr:. V. & M. R. R. Co.,
Marion C. II., S. C. Dec. 3, 1832.
The Stockholders ot the Wilmington
itd Manchester Rail lltid Company are
hereby not ified that theSixteenth instalinent
of Five Dollars per share on their subscrip
tion is required to be paid on or before tle
first day of Janua, v 1853.
By order of the Board of Directors.
JON MACRAE, Jr., Tres'r.
Dec. 7th, '5 6-tfj
Dwelling House for Sale,
Ilie subscriber ..hiers liPr House and lol,
situated near the Presbyterian Church for
saie, cointaimoi about two neres of land,
-withiti! nvoctmary-ut buta- itp or ter-is
Nov. 2i9, 1852. 4 t f
The subiscriber having purchased Judinl
Lewyis' preies, in the Northwesterni pairl
of the vilIlage, andl believing the locatlion
deiraible, propofses to open~t a SEMIlNA RY
for Young Latdies, on thle 2d 3Monday in
Janua ry nex't, unader his own immted iate
supervision, assisted by such TreacheLrs as
the w.mts of the chinol tay (emnand.
Tlhe ,overntiment will be pa rental anid
i d, ye't tirm and decided--obedience to
ruh-is st rict ly enfonrced.
Th'Ie lPritcipalI is so wvell known to the
publIic', that reti-'renc(es an d comnations
amre deemted uinnecessary, or they- miight he
obtamned to any desirable extent. Hie
hopes by di ligenit iiim an ait hfit attention to
the int~el ieriial an im iorail iinpro vem ent of
h tipupils, to make thtem hiis conimendato
Thie i'choa%tic your' will conisist of. Iwo
sess'ionis, th, Ii rst wvill close thbe Iast of J uine,
wvith ai vacationi(m of twoi moniit hi5-recomi
mienicing' th lirsi 't Sepiteimber, antd c losin.'
the last Decembeiilur.
O)rtho.raphyil. Iteaudintg, Writing, anid
Prinnary I tig raphyv. - - per ituintli, $2 50
lingiil. I ',Impot ion . ( ranm
miar. Geogiiratphy. I tistory,
Chemiritryand Hutainy, 30
Ittini or French. - - j 5
1)ran~ ing nad P'ainiting ini (Od
oir Water ( elira,. .~ " $
.Monoichirimiatie -.. .....- ..
Wostd r Ch'tenelle W,'ork, ' ' $(t
Wu*il Work...-..- ..- ...-..
.Mlusic on P'iano or Giiar. ~ t
at iltieit'"for )riL'nne
tvilofhPiano. -li to thi " ''vtig ofth
puiiilis to bei pri'eiint oni lie day t he Schiol
op~enis, ithat thley' miay bei airrainged in thier
respective chisses. andi have the studies
Siome e~ghit or ten Youtng La;dies can lie
accimidalted ith li haridmtg ini the f~imnilv
oft lie IPrinocipal1, upon as moidrarte terms
as can hi, ailbrdedi.
No puil will lbe receitedl for less thant
a sess in, unliless by special a greemett
anid mm deidute'ion mai~de for absence except
The lPrintcipalI solicits the patrona~ge of
Iinsnii utnerou s triendis, aniid pronimses oni hiis
part, to th:arge f,1 iufuly his' responisible
WI. Wi. AL.STON', Pritncipal.
Stetrt ille, Nov 27, 105.v2. Ij
Steam Boat Notice,
C APTlA IN i'A'S'l'CN havinig maido ar
range'i'mets w.~its, wvith regaird to thle
sting of G;oods at Wrighits 1Blu1l', we
will therefore store andi deh ve~r aniy frieighit
le'ft mi our charge, by steamer P'ee Dee,
tree of cltarge, altern this date.
TINDlALL, & W'ATSON',
Agenits lon Pee D~ee.
Nov. 15th, 1852 5
WILL lie solil, at the late residence of
v ames Ridgill dere'ied, on the 7th
of Jianuary 1853, tour Negroes, also till the
other personal and perishablhie property be..
longing to the Est ate of said D~eceased.
R. M. RIDGILL, Admrn
GOOD PEOPL TER & DARLINGTON.
LADIES AND GENTLiU igned would respectfully invite you
to call and look at their N E W, receing from the Northern
Cities, which were laid in with the he used. They flatter them.
solves that they can sell LOWER that) an ein of Sunteryille% and
give satisfaction to all who may be pleased t nd a Catalogue -of
their Stock on hand and for sale one door north 'n' ne Stor,
and opposite T. B. & L. L. Fraser's Law 0fice,
D RY GO-0
BLEACHED AND BROWN IIOMESPUNs FROM o o s Con*
THREE YARDS WIDE SHEETINGS,- Bleaclhed and Brown 0
FLANNELS, White Red and Dotted tin.
BLANKETS, KERSEYS AND PLAIDS;
CROSS BAR'D AN) SWISS MUSLINS;
" AND JACONET CAM BRICS;
SILK AND LINNEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
BUCK, KID AN) WOOL GLOVES;
- ALPAQCAS AND MIERINO DRIJSSES; - a.
ENG1JI AND. AM CRICAN PRINTS, fron 3 to 16 3.4cts. OIlD
110SE AND ,IALP 110SE, do. do. -
BONNETS AND RIB3')NS;
LACES AND INSER'I'lNGS
BUSPENDERS AN) CRAVATS
IGENTS. FASHIONABLE IIATS AND CAPS;
B 0O'TS AND SIOES FOR LA DIES ;
UENTS. AND CIILDRENS, DO. ,o' every size
,110't GUNS, POCK5' AND TA RLN ('1 TLMitY. (ARPENTRS AND PLANTER'S
TOOLS, AND A GOOD LO'I'bl TIN WAItE. POTS. OVENS.SPIDERlS, SKLLETS.
AND PANS. Al-L WITl /LlI)s. SilOVELS, SPADlRP AND PITCH FORKS, WOOL
ANt) (O'TON CARIDS,.IENNY .IND DO. CUttitY COMBS, WOOL, LEATiIER AND
TIN TItUNKS. GUN CAPS, POWDEt AND SHOT, LED, &c. &c.
Laidies' fancy and useoful goode, such at Tassels and Braids, Crutia Cotton, Pils anid
Needles. Crutia Ntedlles, Buttons nnd Thread of the best brands, Fancy Soaps, Toy do.
Tuck. Dre.,fa, Pock.et and Side Cotbis. 'Tooth, Leather, liair and Crumb Brushteut.
Back Gamoon Boards, Fancy Pens and Handles, Fancy Paper Cutters, Watch Chains
iad Gards, ladies' Dress Buttons, Children's do. do. Untbrllas and Parasols, and a
variety oif other goods too tedious to mention, that will he sold low for Cash or pro
lt:e froma the country, or to good anud responsible Ladies and Gentlemen who may
be able to pay tip when called ot. So call oin us at the above mentioned place in Sum.
tervill.-, S. C. 0. P. McROY & CO.
Nov. 12th, 1852 3-tf
FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE.
Twent.-Five Per Cent. Saved, to Planters, Factors, and City Residents in
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Carpet
BAGS, &c. &c,
g, TH E SUIISCRIIBER heg? leave to announce to Planters, Factors and
1- Citizens generally, that he has tuow ill store, and receiving by every arri.
I' val, fresh stupplies of the above named Goods, all of which have been con.
tractel for prior to the advance in Leather. which enalules hint to sell cheaper
than ever. 'I'his extens:ve stock comprises every variety in the above nuamned
arti' etS. with every modern improvement, maty of which are entirely new to the
trade im tilus city.
. AMONG TIIEM ARE:
Gents. French Calf Punp Sole Boots, from hest makers,
(lents l'rime Calf Lglt Welt Boots, very neat.
(ents Fancy Gaiters and Patent Leather Shoes, all new style.
Genis Patent English Over Guiters, imported to order.
Gents Bufialu tiding Over Shoes, something new; and an extensive and unri.
valed stock of
' AN''A TIO.N BROGANS AN) M10USE SRRVA N"S SIOES,
to which the special and puerson:al attention of Planters and Factors is invited, All or
ders entrusted to my care shall be faithfully and ronptly attended to.
IN THE LADIE'S DEPARTMENT,
every thing new and desirable,
Fancv Silk Burton Boots, all colors.
Pine L'lain Silk Burton Booto, made to my order.
Creole Morero Lace Boots, Polka Boots.
Ladiel,' Misses,' and Childrenu's Worked Fur Lined and Buffalo
- Over Shoes for riding', sonethinlg new; Rosettebi Bu'ckles, &c.,
to ornament Shues.
EDWVARD DALY, .
:i0o Kinig Street, East side, 8 doors above 31erchant's-Hontel.
Charleston, Nov. 5th.1852 23
JAMES D, BLANDING, Ne adFahobl
A genit of the Bank GOS
0OF CAMD1I1EN. ofalanWiirGodv:
S U MT ERIVI LL E, S. C.Pli.eranCosadApccs
Nov. 23, 18.52. 4-t fj mlrdCasluvhPi'lCahrd.
Steam Saw M~il For Sale Fgt' l~ n tie~esjls
Th'le sttbscribers oit'er for sale their FsinbeCok udiju
Steamu Saw and Grist M ills, situated, abuouttlas
one mile East of~Stutterville. Tlhie En- AlrgasotntoKiGovsfrLde
gine is 2a horse. power, has been in use adGnltei
about three years, drives 2 upright saws, 6do.LieBlcSlkatrs
tone circular saw, anud is in lull operatiton, LAISW TEGO .
with an excellent rtun of custom. T1he nCttnCbic;JcoeCinrc
tmill houttse is au two-stoury subustaintial frame. ioIMsis
TPoge'her with two timber wagonsu and Enr'ad tcColr;Chists.
gear, otne excellent tox-cart, mnules, horse a o rcs .B INS
anti oven, ntegrio ho~ues, stables, and everv
ting ieceu.ss..ry fur carryintg ton thlebs
ness sutccesslully'. Also, a lout of about criKeeyaniPin,
six nteres tof landi, on which t he mill and~ er ltkesadSo
hldutinugs are located. If not sold at p~ri- intb . 11 NS
vate salte previotusly, thue samei will be) sold
aut pubullic sale oni the first tlay of JanuuaryGR EJIS
necxu, andt possso gi.-en orn that tiny. tarofe.'eChcat
P'ersonus wishinug to puurchatse cult exaum-. Mlus,,Bcnmdbr
ie tl~e imilIt and witntess its opetrattionms andl ''~ntsSoc. l;Pre npns
tubtaint nniy informi~tionm they many desire. hiklSrie n oses c
tctoncering the same by applyinug to T. .. ~ SacCnisitSutGs
TI. .f. COGIIL.AN & CO).20 B s.For
Stuumtrvlle, Nov. Iu hi, 18$52 2--iim
Watchmandt ctipy onuce a mionth for two JICUY NDG SWAEvile
hlr.. uut eti~u fotu Ilduiuir,,auit ew Tae btriers ow Pcetn Culre andc
Guite .- diaies and Caubehmre;Sho
Ginhds S'ilk rp. lnes
Embr'dI~(;, ais asraeSl. ,PitdCah'o
iii. fut-i iolhcit id evr bet brug PlfAid, WAPo, SdOE Broch Cashm' ErY
to tis utae. Alar'k stock of RieD-MgurDE Cvloing
.i 1.50- OFasionCtable Coth s by M u
EviarA'thargerassortuunanof Kiuiuiovey ofrGlodees
Ihuts uoh it, t orte; Ct~aSik Cavas, lu do .iers aving Gasiatedthe
gctiulenwnEmbr'dciahueI'ace Co outr';aChemisetttsrc.
iltocitiens uf tme ~istit~tgt~ueralyeorgia Kersey and oPeitain res, n
- - ric.Negr Boots, amid Shoes, tsadCp,
Jewely I ewelr I I Ihuringging andl CRope, Fept coAticlen
I hu subseuhe ha itread ou ittut, umit ugfo as,o offeesTers holte ay
tuo reL't tu, atuct ad ~ellselcte tl) t sestulyao. adLai
stock of Tennt'is uScntchesr to Pertmer epinti.
~1'zitc~cut, Cick~ & JwelPkes, s, caines and eo obrselves& .
of al dehripious wh8h apswil Sehartah A Canes and SpiIriGa.
~ Coto on adie antiGentemenRoy 0 Joes fine doorinort Tofacco.P
anilex~uuuiue fr yursev20.ABcll . alFOour.e
Imonth. T AO. So rvlow. ct L. B.5 IIANKS
No. .5 J,5 W3 NHodwrtf l esrp
NoE Atice Ntins.
Prsi litugs Onleilrnande gis h s L Gunstingl nd oue Baerre i hoer
thte fit. ardsnt t uas everi etestrugh byTS Not tS, AounS AD SpecfDlEy,
dt to mark' A larenstcktofto E DY-toD Cal othing
iedmaeC.ohn for GentMLS nYu, . . INKN.
- i frinds pand the pn lie that -
r wow receiving thioir wpfl
41 och4C 54*6 of FALL AND
WIN 'E ODS, conprisni.
Gn 1 rtis Ca a
eans, ;ersu y Fl a
oleo and Brown shitings,
BO 0 3 A.D slr6ft
Pegged and So Boot a !nsan
'Shoes and Gaiterm o A a
and Cloth-Caps o eVe et
Saddles, Bridles, Whlilp, &e
A fine assortments of Groceries. Ciobe
Hardware, and fancy goods. Dr,
A call is respectfully solicited, as we.
are conident we can suit you in price and
ROACH & BLACKWOOD,
Palhnmetto House. Sunterville, S. C.
Sept. 28th. 1852 49-tf
Expressly to Parents of
DR. WM. H. PIERCE, a nqtive Caro
linian, who has had charge of Palmetto
School in Columbia for the last two years,
begs leave very respectfully tc notify such
Parents of Stnmer District as feel a very
special interest in the education of their
sons, that he witl take five or six bbya
from this District and bestow special anid
active labour in their intellectual improve.
Boys must not be under 11 norover
16, of pleasant turn. The charge for the
par will be A200, board, lodging, wash
ing, lights, stationery text book found, and
expenses of travelling- incurred, borne.
Boys will be prepared for the Freshman
Class in any one of the Southern Colle
ges, or for the professions and for com
Letters addressed to Dr. W. H. PiERCE,
at Columbia, before tie 3rd of December,
Will be. promptly censured, giving the de
' Dr. PIERcE refers to his Father, the
Rev. REDDIC PIERCE, tlid Rev. LIvicK
PIERCE, M. D.. D. D.. L. L. D., and Presi.
dent GEo. F. PIERcE, of Oxford University
Oct. 22, 18341 521-7t
Wholesale and Retail.
PERRY AOSES is now receiving his
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
SOLE AND HARNESS LEATHER,
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS,
CARRIAGE TRI3IMINGS, &c.
which from the fact of their being WELL
bought, and received by the regular train
over the CONGARE~E BRIDGE he can
and wvill sell at the lowest market prices at
WuoL.ESAI.S or RETAIL .
BA CON at. 11 1-2 ets.
Nov5,152. PERRY MOSES.
96'The Friends of Mr.
JOHN F. JUNE, anuounce him as candi
date for Sheriff of Sumter District at the
Nov. 12th, 1852 3--td.-pd.
FISK'S M ETA LLIC COFFINS of all
sizes, constantly on hand and for salo
by IIUDSON & BROTHER,
Opp. Temperance Hall Sumiterville.
June 15th, 1852 34-tf
Butler & Newbery,
Have in store snaar, Cof1ibe, Molasses, Butter,
Suap, Starch, &c.
Oct. 25, 1852. 52-if
lMourning Veils and Love
For sale at very low prices, at
W. 3, J ACOBr & SON,
221 Kingi-st. (hond) opp. the Big Boot.
Nov. 5th, 1352 2-tf
ROACH & BLACKWOOD,
Just received by Expresa at
"THlE PALMETTO HOUSE,"
F~loutr, Sugcar, Coffee, Candles, Lard, But,
ter, TPea, Stareb, Soap, Trobacco, Se& tre,
A large stock of
Goods, Crockery, Suddle.
ry, Ifardwvare, &c.
For salo low by
ROACH & BLACKWOOD).
Money Wan ted.
TJ HE Subscriber respectfully announces
.Lto those indebted to him for last. year
and year before, that ho is very mutch in
need of funds :" A wvord to the wise is
sutficient." WV. 3. FRANCIS.
Cravats) Hkf's and Gloves.
Or wvhole assort,nenit of.Gents.Gdi
Cravats and Pocket Hianudkerchies~q
fering at. very lowv prices to clos
W. J. JAGCOS14NI~
Nov. 5th, 1852 2-- tf
Butters Lard, Bacon & Corn
PRM ountain Blutter (in small Firkim).
do. do. Leaf ard, dio. ;.
North Carolina Bacon,
March 25, 1851 - OPA LIrA