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ot4ent Mains La .
'AAA ta pOvisilons fis otie tit ioriza
fO nstatle s to arrest and commit tW
A soi anv imnm tile) fiid swipesy,'
d there k6ep hrim till-he si iml a fit
to testify "where he obtained his
t4r. If. he refuses t) testify the
~tmeo befj vkomi he is brought, has
ower t~o omit till ho wIll. The
Wlnto be voted on by the people;
f.they say yes, it goes into operation
!he' -irst of April; if no, then on the
irst of Deconiber. This reminds us,
tye t he N. Y. Erpress, of the colored
rpacher who saiv that there would be
vis at his house on the next
h sy, "of do I,,- be willin, and
bi lo llext Tuesday, any how.'-(.our.
FRST. SHAD OF TilS SHASON.-The
isEhad of the season was cauglit on
the avannzah river and brought to
iifarket yesterday by P. Galhigher.
t was sold for $25, the pirehaser be
T..i Messrs. Hayward and Finch, who
ipped it by railroad to Macon.
.he. illowinig get lernen lhave been
bleeted .Direetors of the Batik o'
)irecetors.-N. 1B. Ilili, W. C.
ASke, M Cohen, R. G. Stone, E
lsiC-rren, 11. F. Strolhecker, G. II.
1Vtd, J. E.-Gaitt, J. II. Steinmneyer,
'George lobertson, E. NV. Mlattliewes,
Tis 1APPER' DEIIHuION.Ns.-The eCd
itor of the Cincinnati Advertiser, whoi
recently visited the State Lunatic
A 11Ayluni at Co1umbus, says there are
biat. instit-ultion twenty persons
'eIhs insanity is clearly traceable
ttfiWiit rappings; and it is stated that,
them are in the Utica (N. Y.) Lunatic
Ayl.umi nine victims of the same de
WHAT is THtiR I1)EsTs.rTros?-lIn
dr the operation of tie existinig agree
nlient, a Washington correspomndenmt it'
It Journal of' Coinierce says: Mr.
Law has withdrawn from the Public
Storos at the Atlantie Duck, between
twety-re ndtirtwy thousandt muuskets?
A Whatis their destimation ?
. ig The last, woprds ot Daniel
Weblster ire reported to be, "I STILL
LIFE." They will ftrm an appropri
t epita~h on his tonb amd imotto to
th inst., by t e Nev. Win. Garner,
MA. ,JAis W.' OwNs, to Mrs. SARAH
A. BILACKWICLL, all of this District.
Oni. the 14th inst., by the Rev. J.
0. B. Dargarm, the'lev. G. B. 1HAI.Et,
of Cheraw, S. C., to AiNkss Er.u.:au
F- OT. Of irlington Vilh11ge S. C.
dnjunday Evenaing, I-.2tliiist., by
d,!he Itov.Johin 1. l'iekett, Mr. C. F.
It ltinxv.c, to Miss ANNE CAT!R!EnNE,
eldest daughter -of George Adcdison,
Lq, all of' Chtarlestoti, S: C.
i ~ dfid .1st hilstut, lig the lIkt.
3seph Brow:i, Air. JousN A. Imtnesos,
bfDarlington to AMiss 1AtAnoansTJ.
1dyst dailgliter of Jln dI. Gregg, of
M arionm, S. C.
On the 30th Noveanber, at Pal imet
o,' !ilhauid District. by the l1ev. 1.
* . Staith, Mr. Wuz. II. CAssKI.s, oif
iSunitdr', andl Miss S.tu.ui S. linooM,
bf Rlieliihind, S. C:
,~ n. the 16th instant, by the Iliev. G.
C. Gregg, Mr-: SAMutei. L. Alestonow
loMiss M. J. E. Arns, all i'Suiniter
_ OB ITU AR Y
. DiED-On 10th uinat.,nnear St.
sos, infanit son ot W illim Fr anc is and
Sarah J. II. Blutler, aged one year, t wo
srnths and seven days.
.Whmerefore should we matke our moan,
Our darhng boy is dnead,
1., to early rest IS goJne;
-lie to l'aradwse is ied.
* le j ill neer rtur to me.
(G;il forbids his liong~er stay;
S GodI recalls the precious loan,
~'Gud hath taken him away,
.From our bosoms to his own.
, Surely what he wills is best;
llhuppy in his will we rest.
A saotlher Seiicastific WVO3aer EI'
IMA'oiITANT TO D)ysPEP'TIes.
Dr. J. 8. lHonghmtou's Petpsinz, the true tDi.
gestivei Fluid, or (Gastric Juice, preppared from
e4~net, or Lhe Fourith Stomaach of the Or, after
directions of luroi Liebig, the~ grat Phiysiolo
gical Chemist, by J. 8. tloughton. .U. D., Phtmia,
delp~hia. This. is truly a wonderful re~ medoy for
Indimigestion, Dyspepsia, Ja'nice, Liver Comn
ptaint, Conasipaiioni and Debiliiy, enring after
Nature's Owna Miethoud, by Nature's owna
A gent, the Gastric Juice. P'ampthlets, contain
* ing Sciemtific evidtence of its value, furnaished
*by agents, gratis. See notice among thme meiciat
Posoa I g.
Thousmandts of pairents who naye Vermifuge.
comaposned of Caster Oil, Calinet, &c., aire not
aware, that whin tthey appear lt befit the pa
sient, thecy are net natty laying thie foundation for
a series of diseases. indm: as saliation, toas of
~rsIght; weakeness of timbts, e.
- - In anmotther 'olnmn will be, foumi tthe adtver
ise ~ minnt of Ilob~enenek's MtedIicinesm, to wthieb
we ask the iitittioni of alt directly inateresied
ltheir own na weit- their Chi~ldren's heatlt,
.,t. Liver Comaplainmt.. und all d itreters ai 'ying
himtiihore of a blinsn type, anhoul tmake ua..
N\1m)the~ atuly .genmuime mtdkiine, Iliobemsua-t's.
. $f" le nordireir'e ',:' tim n for' J, am
''A wIta a 1ignture of wtirpiO
tor,J N. HousAoK '-nono aler genuine
Agust. 10. 4-[
floofnlaad's 4ieristamua Btter.
Hundreds of our citizens complain of debili
ty and langour of the system, derangement o
the liver and stomach, want of appetite, &c.;
they are frequently the result of too close ap
plication, anda thousand other causes we can
nut here name ; but we would say to all afflict
ed, dons we have done-get a bottle er two of
Dr. Hloofland's German litter., prepared by Dr.
Jackson, and our word for it you will be oured.
We recommend this medicine, knowing from
experience that it Is much superior to the gene
rality of patent nicdlcines. We would say to
our readers, purchased none unless prepared by
Dr. C. M: Jackson, Philadelphia. July 1
U i We are authorized
to announce A. E. POOL as a candidate
for Sheriff or Sumter District, at the ensu
December 21, 1852 8-1 f
First and Last Notice.
All persoins indebted to the undersigned
are notified that they must come forward
and settle up their Ntes and Accounts, by
the first day of January next, as ho is
bound to have money by that day to meet
his own papers that has been out for the
last year. Do pay up, and save me the
trouble of going to a Lawyer to collect for
me, besides paying him rost. A word in
time is enough for the wise.
0. 1. MeROY.
Dec. 2-1, 145*2 8-tf
Watchimau copy 1 tine.
In Equity---Sumter District.
J. It. ML.aw
In pursuance ot an order in this case I
will offer to tile highest bidder at public
sale, on Ilihr first Monday in January next,
at Sumter Court Ilonse, six negroes, vi7,
lucv, William, I.izzy, Ree, 1hilliF, and
Termis.-So mnch cash as will pay the
costs, and the halnice on a credit of
one year. with interest froa the day of
sale payable annially until the whole is
paid. The ptrchaser giving bond with
good security and a moirtgage of the
propery and paying for papers.
w. F. B. II NSWORTil,
C. E. N. I.
Dec. 20.h:, 1S52 8-td
Land for Sale.
ALL that Tract of LAND, lvina on
Ralteii Creek known as the " Ifurst
Place," now owned by T. F. Boykin.
There are tour or live lundred acres inl the
tract and hus tle Railroad runniog con
veniently through it.
'Ters made kiown upon application to
'T E. Bovkii or Mr. Burwell BoykiN,
Camiden, 8. C.
LOOK 11E ! LOOK /IERAJI!
JUST received a new stipp'y of WIN.
TEUi GOODS, consisting of a great va
riety of )ry Goods, nwewest styles, Cmoth.
i g. llontnis, lats, lot$, aid Shoes,
Groceri.-, 1 irlware :nd Cuitery, Crucke.
ry awln.1 Chna Ware,-&e., &c.
Selling i at CAwresion p'r ce.l.
' M. DtUCKElt CO.
Cstmden, Dec. 21, 1852 8-t(
Blankets, Comforts, &c.
I ie;vy L ,nion Dnlli.l Uhninke.ts at .i1 75'
and $2 25 a pa;ir.
Suiperlinie gnlity anid largest size S.1k
HI.nand BathI Blankets.
Extra .rge anid heav~y Bed Comforters
at 82 501 ;and $.l 50.
Ilav doni"V~lb.e twist Coltton Shieetings,
Supetrline F'renmch Furn iture Cintzi..
W. ...l JACOBI & SON,
221 Kibig-st , (IBend) opo. the B&r Boout.
Dec. 21, 1852 e-t
M~erinos, D'Laines, Alpacas,
Fine iqualiitibs 31ermios, at 50 ets.
Plain col'd C.ashomeres anid Fug'd Musl in
Declainies, a:t 12 1-2 ets.
A new aissortmencit of superline Black
aind Colors Frencha Meriii's.
F.ne ,jaality at: j.sautiful colors :\!pac
Superb Paruosh Minslin Dalaines. and
C.ashmiueres ati 75 cents.
1Fme F~rench M uslini Debtains, plain col
ors in :very variety,
T1hae ablov e goods tire now openi at very~
W. J. JACOIII o SON,
221 King-st., (IHou1) tpp. th ilIIg Boo'.
Charletonm, Dec. 21, 1852 d--tl
TUITION AND BOARD~
I enn: accoitiondte s4omel eight or ten
hoys with boardo in my family-T'ution.
hoai~rd, lodlginhg, wvashinig tand iroin ing for
nine miont hs, the enstuinig year for $SitO.
An inth im boy rat. becoime lhealth lin i the
course of ta year in: this beautiful region of
good water, and bracing air.
A thens, 0a,, Dec. 18 73
MISS CA ROLI NE MOltGA N. would
resper tfu Ily informin her friends and pat rinis
thi it she will resunne the exercienis of her
School on the irst Monday in January
Spellinig. Readinig, anid WVriting'
per Qmuarte*r - - - - $3 00
P'rimnary Geography, and Arith..
mettic, with above .- - . 4 00)
G;ratinnier, Gecographyv, listory,
and Philosophy, including the above, 86 00
Astronomiy, atnd liotainy - $7 00
Sumterville', Deec'r 7th, 18352 --4t
Notice to Creditors.
All personsx indiebited to the smubscriber
will please comec forwa'rd tandt maike pay.
m ienit, au circumistanices comupells himi to
call on them. VTe time given to cred:tors
DeIn. 7iii8e 6-t
L.\TI TIlEl 'lltM OF DICKSON & LATJTA
w'mid~ respectfully inform his. fliendsl mnd thec
pubbei, gen'erally, thaut he is now reeizving at tO.
ro'y t ofriteay imnd l-nneiv Groce'riesn, whieb, he
wiill ,'ell low for cashi--'Two, doors tabove. lhe
'ExtI ER'S OFFICE, W.& M. . R.
December ist. 1852.
ON' nd after this dat, the Passenger
arid blail Train will run as follvws:
Leave Hills at 3.40 A. At.
" Timmonsville $ 4.0(J G -
" Lynchburg " 4401 "
" blayesville " 5. ) "
Summiterville "9 60- -.
" hinnhester " 6.50 " 6
Arrive at Junction " 7.15 "
Leave Jtnction at 2.30 P. M.*
Alanchester 1 3.0) " "
Sumterville " 3.-10 " "
" Mayesville " 4.15 " '
" Lynchburg "6 4.45 46 16
" Timmons ille 0 5.15 "6 4
Arrive at Hills " 6.00 " "
Nothing but perishable Freight will be
transported by Passenger Train, and all
such must be distinctly labelled with tie
name of Jhe article, to ensure its passage.
dhippers are requested particularly to
.observe the names of the Statins, in the
direction of Freight. The plartin in the
ahove schedule, together with "Carters.
ville," are the only Depots known to the
Agents, and the Company cannot he re.
sponsible for tie proper delivery of articles
L. J. FLEMMING,
Resident Engineer, &c.
* Or await the arrivaki of the up Train
trom Charleston until 10 P. M.
Dec. 14, 1852 7.3L
Sheriff 's Sales.
B Y virtue of sundry Executions to me
directed, will ie sold at Sumter Cour;
I louse, On tie let Monday and dlay follow.
ing in January next. within legial lours
of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the
tfollowing property. Purchasers to pay for
tit les :
1 Tract of 40 acres of land in Cla
rendon, adjoining latidri (of Wi. White,
levied upoin as the property of IHenry T.
White, at the sitit of I. J. l'rice.
1 Tract of 50 acres of land, in Cla.
rendon, adjoining lands of and mnear where
Defendant lives, levied uponi as the proper.
ty of John S. Itich, at the suit of t. Pome
I Lot and Buildings thereon, in Sium
terville, adjoiling lands of, and del't lives,
levied on as the property ot Jesse Morgani,
at the suits of Jonl Conyers, E. 1).
Pringle, and John China.
One Tract of' 93 acres of hnd in
Charemont adjoiinhg lands of* , and
where Defendant lives, levied muponm as time
property of Samul P1. Iitfield at tie suit
of lienry Pate.
I mnegro, I horse, Horses levied on
as the property of \V. F. Butler at the
suits of J. B. Ibitio, J. J. Davis, \V. L
Lewis assignee, J. S. & L. Bhwie.
2 1Horses levied oi as the property
of W. IL. BentLiy at time suits of 8,mmnuel
Ilarvii aid T. J. Dinkins.
'T~iiri' a - e_ levied oi as the
property of M. Barwick 'it .;.+4.
8. & L, Bopwic and T. I.ynn.
I Negro levied on as the property
of G. W. 11 Irnes at the suits of John In.
gram and R. It. Spann.
2 Negroes levied on as the property
of J1hni J. Birown at the suits of Roosevelt
& Sim, and It. S. Tavs.
1 Negro levied on as the property of'
Jolin Chmamma at the suits (if G. B irtoim, L.
B. hIlanmks mind \Vdey Baiiks & Co.
1 Mumle levied on as thme prm.,pertyv
of O. Chandiler at the sumit. of L,. 11. 1II:imks.
-I Negro levied onm as the proport minof
Jomlm A. Colclughm at. time smut ohf A. Barmnes.
I Negro levied oni as thme [mroplerty
mmf V. G. Colcloughlmi, im' at te suit of
1 llirse levied~iti as the propety'
of Jas. II. Dimmgle at the suit oif Jammmes 11.
Matare and Colt levied onm as thme pr'o
perty oif Johnim W. Donald at time a~mit of
lE. Onrmant & Co.
1 NegIro levied ont as tihe j'ppety
pf Johnm \~V. Eirvm at time suit of D. 8
I I lmrse hevieildin as thte prtfperty of
Johnm 0. llul ladaiy at time suit LIf Wm. Net.
1 I Ilirse levied on as the' propety of
WVmm. Kelley at time suit of Jats. TI. Pawk.
1 1 lorse levied oni ats thme !mropnerty
Robmtert Lowry atL thme sut of Roosevelt &
I I Iorse levied (mn as the( pr'operty of
iR. G. McIeod at time suit of ary Memmy,
2 1 lrses leviedl oti as time prompertyv
omf Eliz mbeth McLemJ at thme .Luit of .
1 Negro levied oni ats thme proper.ty
of 11. Mloody at thme sut of C. II. Polk.
I i mmrse levied omn as time propJert y
omf W. WV. Newmian at the stmt of J. V'at
dher pool, Jr., 2 cases.
I I lorse levied oni its time propety
oif 8'i Newmano at the suits of T. J. Dommkimms
anmd Mcitay & Jomies.
I Nero levied oni as time propenty
of J. S. ichard.sonm at thme suit of Jamnmeis
2 1 lorses levied otn as time propierty oft
John S. Rich at. the'muits of A. J. McCants
andil 1. 5. Pomermy.
1 Negroe levied oni ats the property
oif Mary M. Rich at time suit of Rt. C. Dul
lard. 2 casies.
1 1 Ilirse leviedl mit as the prmoperty ofi
Thlommas D. Sumter at thme smit of C. 31.
I lmggy levied ont as time property
of Rt. II. T1isdahe at time sumits of J. J. Rt.
fiel, anmd lIfarrell, hi are, & Cio.
1 Negmo levied omm ats time piroipertyV
of Jammes S. Tluidlil at the suit of I livi
lamid, liarral & Alle~mn.
Plattntattin Toiols, Crop, oneo Grev
Mare, 4t shmoatis, 2 cows amid calves, house.
hold amid kitchenm fumrmniturec levied on as thle
pmroperty uof Sanmuel P. 1 lattichii at time suit
of Iliry P'ate. to lie suold at defendan~ts re
sidence omn Tuiesdaiy 4th January 1853.
20 hlead himgs levied otn as time
piroplerty of IR. \V. Stukes at time sutit of E.
.. Plomwdenm, to bea simhl at defenmdats resi
dfeice omn Tmuesday 4dh Jlamimary 1853.
JOhlN C. RiiA ME, ss. n.
Plantation for Sale.
A vauiabmle pintaatmin ,imnated in Smater
Iii stmlict, 12 mniileN lrast of ( 'amdi~en, aggit 3 miut.
Normth of Spirinmg liii1; momnaining .1501 aere.i o
lammi, atbout 200) acremi in cultmivion;~m a 5.mu,
dwveling hmousme and mf all other nmemessary budd.li
inigs thmereon ; finme mprinmgs of water, aml re
marikaly hthty. 'lhe abtove tptmce is. a very
pileasanit himinmmer residfence. Atppliai fu
mmnformi onm imay be madfe at thfis otllie, or ti
the submu ribier onm the premimies.
In Equity Mauter Dis riot
and'Margaret L Brough -
ton, By theit next BILL
friend Jas. R. Brock,
.Epsey E. Bronghton.J
In pursuance of'an order in the above
stated case, I will offer at public sale, on
the first Monday in January next, at Sun.
ter Court House, that plantation or tract of
land, containg about four thousand acres,
lyIng in Clarendon Cointy, Sumter Dis.
trict. at or near Fulton Post Office, belong
ing to the estate of the late Edward
Broughton, Jr.. deceased, and upon which
lie resided at the time of his death, being
the sainerecovered by the said John It
Broughton, Letitia B. Broughton, Marga.
ret L. Broughton, and Fpsey E. Broughtoi,
in an action of Trespass to try Title', lately
brought by them, in ti~e Court,of Corn.
lon Pleas for said District, against Edward
Broughton, senior, deceased. Not to be
sold for less than seven thousand seven
hundred aiid filty dollars.
TER:ts.-One-fourth part of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash; the bal
ance payable in one, two and three years,
vith ititerest fromn the dlay of sale-the
purchaser to give bond and personal secu
rity, and a mortgage of the land for the
credit portion of the said purchnso money.
W . 1. .IAYN-SWOll0il,
Com'r in Equity
Dec. 14, 1852 7-id
80. CAROLINA---SUMTER DIST,
By I. LE IVIS, Es i., Ordinary for said
Whereas, David G. Shorter bath applied
to tne for Letters of Administration, ol
all and singular the goods and chattles,
rights and creditors of Jemima ltichbourg,
late of the said District, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and almon.
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be atid appear
before ne at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden ht Suinter
Court House on Friday the 17th day of
December, inst., to show cause, if any, why
the said adninisi ration should not be grant
Given under any hand and seal, th s
7th day of December its the year of
[L. s.] our Lord, one thousand eight hin
dred and fifty.twoe, and in the 76ih
year of Amierican Independence.
W. LEWIS, o. S. D.
Deceniber 71h, 1852. 6-2t
Rail Road Notice.
OFFler. W. & M. It. It. Co.,
Ma rion C. LI., S. C. Dec. 3, 1852.
The Stockholders of the Wilnington
ind 31anchester Rail Road Company are
hereby notified that theSixteenth instalment
of Five Dollars per share on their subscrip.
tion is required to be paid on or before the
first day of Janua. y 1853.
By order of the hoard of Directors.
1OH N MACRAE, Jr., Tres'r.
Dec. 7th, 8.52 6-trj
D Iiinig Heg-.for Sale,
The suibscrier *ers mer t
situated near the PresiyteriinnChi-rc~h for
sale, contaiiiing about two 'acres of land,
with all necessary out builditigs-For terms
apply to, .-- . -
- NANCY SLEDGE.
Nov. 29, 18.52. 4 tf
Tlhme subscriber ha~ving purchased Judgn
Lewis' preniiises, in thme Northwestern part
oft thme vil laige, a nd believing the location
dlesiraible, prd)oose to opeii a SE MINA RY
for Yoiintg Iaieis, on -lie 2d1 Monday~i in
Janutary next, tindcer his own iinitediamte
suplervision, assistedi by such TIeachers as
the wants of the School tnay Ceinand.
Theld ovrinment witll be parental anid
mdyet firm and decided--obedience to
rules strictlIy eniforced.
T1hie P'rincipal is so well known to the
pubilic, that references and counnendationas
aire (leemtied unnecesary, or they nmighit he
obtained to any~ desirablfe extet. lie
hopes by diligenit and faithful attention to
the itlliectumal andi toral iraproeenti of
his pitpilIs, to matke themn his coinnieiidato.
'lTte scholastic yoar will conisist of two
sessionas; the first will close the laist ofitJune,
with a vacation of two nmt hisz-rcomi.
imenacinag lie first Septemiber, and cl o-ing
the last I eceimer.
TI EI RYS.
P'riniary t.-i'graphiy. - .per imonth, si :,o
A tgebarn. Mu y ahology, thte
(heistrv mad lotainy, ' 30
t.aiin or t-'rech.t. - -1 (1
oJr Water C.-lir.....- .....-!0
Woursted, oir ( heniette Work, $ t
W~ax Wo',rk..-.-.........- ..* c
Mutsi on in tr Gurnita erowtm
Ii il h iiu~mtoth ava a e oh
puil ~~ ~Leit n le ~yt"- Shool
Popens on hatthyitaa urh tir c on in-~
respiective classcs, and hiave thie stuidies
Soume eight or ten Yoting Ladies can be
accomiated w ith Hoarin tg in thle fami ly
of thme Princ-ipal, upon as imoderate terms
as can be amllbrhed.
No piipil will be received for less thman
a session, unless by special agreenment,
and ,.' dcaluction tmade for absence except
TIhe P'rinacipah s~olicits the patronage of
hiis i nimerons frietnds, antd pronuises oin his
part, to discharge faithftully his responsible
WV. W. ALS8TON, Principal.
Sutmterville, Nov 27, I1852. t1 j
Steam Boat Notice,
CAPTAIN' I A STiEN hiving matte ar.
rntigements wvith u-, wtithi rega rd to the
storinig of Goods at Wrighits BulE' we
wif therefore store and dehver ainy lreighlt
left ini our chargie, hby steamier Pee Dee,
free of cl.arge, aftter this daute.
TIN l)ALL & W~ATSON,
Agents for P'eo Dee.
Nov. 15th, 1852 5--t
\ flhLbe sold, at the late residence of
Jams Iitdgill deceased, Ott the 7th
of Jrnuary 185:1, four Negr'es, also all the
ot her personal andat perihable property lbe.
lotnginag to the listate of saki Deceased,
lI. M. I1h100lLI., Adtun
IADl ES The underigned.wntid re t fily Invjte you
to call and too T O U K,just recetn r t e Norhern
Cities, which were tyguint theypysse 1. pat& tem
selves that they can y Huse in the ToW imd li, amiI
give satimfactiond o all d to call Below p14nld find Unttalogue of
their Stock on hnnd and f r o or nortb of Rbabb & Biack66i flhb Stbre,
ind opposite T. B. & L . Law Office, Sumterville, 8.,d;
BLEACIIED AND BROWN IJOMNESPUNS FROM 6 1.4 to 8 Cents!
THIRKE YARDS WIDIA WlEETINGS, Bleached aid rown do.
FLANNELS, White Rpd and Dottid 4o:
BLANKETS, KERSEYS AND PLAIDS;
,CROSS BAR'D AND SWISS MIUSLINS
AND JACONET CAMBRICS;
SILK AND LINNEN IIANDKERCIIIEFS;
BUCK, KID AND WOOL GLOVES;
AILPACCAS AND M1ERINO DRESSES;
ENGLISil AND AMERI AN PRINTS, from 5 to 18 J-4cts. OIL Do.
H108E AND IIALP 110SE, id, du.
BONNETS AND RIBBONS;
LACES AND INSERTINGS;
SUSPENDERS AND CRAVA'I9
GENTS. PASIONABLE IATS AND CAPS;
BOOTS AND SITOES FOR LADIES;
GENTS. AND CILDIIENS, DO. of every size;
SQh. Ah1 0 '
SIIOT GUNS, POCtiET AND TABLE CUTLERY, CARPENTERS AND PLANTi1di
TOOLS, AND A GOOD LOT OF TIN WARE. POTS, OVENS, 8PIDERS, SKILLETS,
AND PANS, AlLL WI'II LIDS. 81OVELS, SPADES AND PITCH! FORKS. WOOL
AND COTT'ON CARDS, JENNY LIND DO. CURRY COMHS, WOOL, LEATHER AND
TIN TRUNKS. GUN CAPS1 POWDEIR AND SHOT, LED, &c. &c.
Ladies' fancy and useful gond, such as Tasself itid Jrais; ,Citia.Cotton, Pins amid
Needles, Crutia Needles, 11u11ons and Thread of tihe bedit bra i; Fas cyS, Toy do.
Tuck, Dress, Pocket and Side Combs. Tooth, Lentherl I- a r i Crumb 11rushes.
Back Gammnm Boards, Fancy Pens anid Iamidles, Fancy Paper Ctttp6,Watcli Cliaiuit
utid Gards, Ltulies' Dress BuIltons, Children's do. do. Umbrellas anti liaraelli, aind a
variety of other goods too tedinus to mention, that will be sold low for Cash or pro.
duce from the country, or to good and responsible Lidies aid Gentlemen who may
be able to pay up when called oi. So call onl us at the above mentioned place in Suni
terville, S. C. 0. P. McROY & CO.
Nov. 12th, 185-3 3-tf
FOR THE'SOLE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE,
Twenty-Five Per Cent. Saved, to Planters, Factors, and City Resident s in
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Carpet
BAGS, &c, &c.
"TIlE SUBSCIIlBER liegs leave to annoumce to Planters, Factors and
Citizei.s genierally, that he has now in store, and receiving bl every arri
val, fresh supplies of the above named Goods, all of which have been con
Iracted for prior to tihe advance in Leuther. which enables him to sell cheaper
than ever. This extens:ve stock comprises every variety inl tihe above named
artic les, with every tmuodern improvenent, many oh which ure entirely new to tle '0
trade in this city.
AMONG ThlEM ARE:
Gents. French Call Pump Sole Boots, frimi best inakers;
Gents Prime Call Light Welt Boots, very neat.
Gents Fancy Gaiters and Patent Leather Shies, all niew style.
Gents Patent English Over Gaiters, imported to order.
Gents BJulalo ltiding Over Shoes, something new; amd anl extensive and unri
valed stock of
PLANT A TION BROGANS AND 11OUSE SERVAN'I"S SHOES,
to which tIme special and personal attention of Planters and Factors is invited, All or
ders entrusted to ny care slhal. be faithfully anid promjiptly attetided to.
IN THE LADIE'S DEPARTM ENTI
every thing new and dIesirab!e;
Faniev Silk Burton Boots, all colors.
~.. - Ilain Silk Burton B0ots, mae t mpor.er.
Creole Morocco ,ace Boots,250
Ladies,' Misses,' and Chmldrea's Worked Fur Lined and Bulalo
Over Shoes for riding, somethinag iteW-Rosettes, Buckles, &c.,
'300 King Street, E ist side, 'i doors above Merchait's 11tiM.
Charleston, Nov. 5th. 1851 2-At
JAMES D, BLANDING, NwadFaioal
Agent of the Bank GOS
OF CAMIDENV. oful mdWnrGodi:
S UMTER1 HLV I LL.E , S . C .PltPriiClms ma Aaca,
Steam Saw M~ill For Sale Fgrd'a~ ii 'rpdDesSls
Th le subscrtbers (lifer for sale their FslubeCok n ~ai
Steam Sawv andm Grist M'dills, situamtd about
omne mmile East of Somtmerville. Thme Emm
gieis 25 horse poermas beeni int use goasrmmt
abmout thmree years, drives 2 prgtsaws, at erieiei
one circular saw, amid is itn inll operationm, LDE VIIIEGOS
with anm excellenmt rmun of cutiitmi. Thme Fn otnCtbis;Jwae abi
mnil I house is a tweor-sto ry substanitial frs ae. mmdMmsii,
Toge'ltn-r with two) tiimbemr wagons and ardamdLcColsbeiLtqc
geamr, etme excellent ox-cart, mules, horse a o rcc t~~
atmel ovemn, negro houtses, stables, andit ev-arv T0P A TERs
thtmig micessitry for catrryinmg on ttte bits:.
imess snecesslily. Also, a lot of about (-rit resanlPmi,
six acres of lama, n wih chm Ihe n.iil amid NgoIltLMadSm~
holtdomgs atre loicatedl. If noL sold at prn. agitSid oekjcntntyn
vatte saite pre'viouasly, theo same will hie sold Iaa yAIS
at polic sale tan time first day of J..inuary G ~ E IS
P'ersns winshimng tii putrchase ennm ex'am-n l;~oe ao ui sr
inie tl.e mu i anmd witnesc-s its ohperatiotis amid lntt'SothAe;Prriipit,
obtin ammy inormiationi thief imny desire, PcktSris itLbte,&.
conmcertmnng thec samec by applying to TI. .i. osSrlCadentSirta.
TI. 1. COGIlI,AN & CO. 4 ~iefnt he~jgTbco
Sumter vlle, Nov. 5t h, 185'3 2--2m2 Bbs For
Wtchman copy onice a month for two tOKh~ADGLSVR vilb
D. J, WINN, lodwr falDsrp
lias just received from HahimCrelany New
Br oaidclotilas, Cass'intea'es aa
the limiot amnd best that lhas ever b'cu brouiglihTSCPShE N ADE
to this market.AItretoko EAD-AECtlig
--A t.so,--a~hesCmme oeb
lteady made. Coothimng fomr Getsi' aend Ythtls,L.B IN .
af every gotalmty tad descripationi. Itaing e. t 9~, ~ ~ 1m
Iec'ted hie Goodis, anid thad the mm muade up to or-___________
tier, lie can warrant thme work. --_____
--A t.80,--W FI M
Evory diescripmiion atnd <puality of G;toves ;lDresse
hiats mndate up to order; Capsa, Silk Cravats, Tmetbsrenha.mgsoc'tdtem
Silk Pocket Hanmdkerchiefs anmd Neck 'Ties,
Linen Shmirtit, do.. Coliars, Mermino Undeershiris, sle oehrmn i mratl tsns
doa. Dratwers, with every article thai is wormn by tne iehri fIUlLR&NWE
genttlemewn, wvhich Ihe oilers onm r.-asonmable terms, 1',vtmtrcpctiyinr terrimd
and t salicits a rall from hmis old censtomxers, amid tiihohmliCtmtr lytmttmyar
thme citiz-.-mm" of thie District genieralhy. (1rcivtgndOtitgamgetd
Suimterville, Nov. I3thm, It3h 3--tf ielslce tc flrGoaGae
Jewelry I Jewelry ! ! is otadSmem n as
llevinig just retuirnmed fromm Chmarleston, c&.,litbte'vilslexriey
the sublscriber has alreadhy tin hanmd, andl is bwlrcso ocsomesihowl a
now.. receiving, a necat, and well selectedltpmtmmtmiy
stock oif 1] ti mmtcsnyt nmort r
Waztelmes, Clocks & Jewlr~y, cc~utanodu C er~eisvs
of all diesbripttioins, wichm lhe will sell at a V .JT.tR
very tmttlerate profit. A iesai omt~l wiiib c
IM?"aCmmo onm Ladies amid Gent lemten, Io oeoedo lri ftm ''s
anmd exmine for youmrsclves. A call is all
I asik- C. T. MASON. ~~t'vi c.1,1W 1i
Persns mavng emiamud a~iimst it The~ A ubscrern inao reeiin ah laeitoc
lateof L. ticmtmtlsiiD~.~aiarercqsmc PbyNote M.dtir aont aherencfuh
to resnt hmeti mml.' tie~tc ad toseiii linedt Peralt amd lpaccim4as,
Embr'd Crn ShawSO,,Prib'd CaIu'r o
PlJir atid Wool d.lrel ah' o
I luitgd sige~k ofELL
- ~TER GOODSdo p
CalIcei, LaiLins, Cashme
A.aecn, it)ghariia, faml e,
toetes, Jea it, Kerseyvs, 1ANbsN ' i
Blea ' ted e4 tBris Shibrinugsp U Ian
Peggerd ea e ot~ ~ i
Shues arnjt c ton
Moleskin Wo ualae&lY
and Cloth"C -
fino assortments ofai-ocerierce
Hardwar, and fancy go'Is.
A call is respjectfully 'lalii . n
are confident we canl suit you; in p;46 an
ROACH & BLACKWOOD
Paininetto House. Sumiterville, 8 C
Sept. 28th. 1852 4
kr6-Sy to Parenta..of
OR. W.\. It. PIEgE, a niti
litilatil h , lias hid czharre of Palett
Sclio4l in Coluiflbla for the Ist t'o year
bIegd leave very respettfully to t dyhue
Paren!ts or Siminel J1istic ' .: feel a ve
special interest in t lie d ucali of their r
sons, that lie witl take 6iv or aix boyA
from this District and bestow speMial ned
active labour in their intellectual impr6d xl
Boys must not be under 11 nor over
10, of pleasant turn. The charge, 6r,ie
yqar will be 6200, board, lodgne, \va h
ing, lights, stationery text book foundy iia
expenses of travellin Inctirred; lmtde
Boys will he prepared for the Frdslid - a
Class ill any one-o' the Soutlihi
ges, or for 016 pilissibns and for oin
Le't&oi aoldesspiJ to Or. W. 11. PIFtiC.
at Colnitibia, before the 3rd of December;
will be prouuptly censured; giving the de
Dr. icECE refers to his Fatiter, tf
Rev. REtDicK PIERCE, the Rev. Livicic
PIERCE, Al. D., 1). D., L. L. D., amid Presi.
dent GEO. F. PIERCE, of Oxford University
Oct. 22, 185 5-.t
Whalesale and Retail
PERRY MIOSES is now receivig ud
DRY GOo17.4; .
HATS ANI CAP
BOOTS AND SHOES
SOLE AND HARNESS LEATlIE -
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS,
CAR RIAGE TR1IMINGS,
which frorri the fact af their being WEt
bought; and received.by thle .regular tri 5 -~
over the CONGA REE BRIDGE he car
and will sdll at tile lowest market pricesa
WuorIILr~SA or RETA1I .
BA CON at 11 1-2 cts.
Nov 5, 18.52: ER MOE
~The Friends of 1n
JOHN F. JUNE; anudunce him as ein di
date for Sherilr of Ekiniter District at ibid
Nov. 12th, 18528t
F1sKCS MllsTALLI0 COFFINS of al
sizes, constantly on hiand and for said
by llUDSON &. BROTHER;
Opp. Temperance Hall Sumite'rville
June 15th, 1852 84-tt
Butler & Newbery
I[ave ini store Sugar, Coffeo, Mulasses, I u te
Soap, Starch, &c.7
OJc. 22, 1852. i6-i .''~~
Mourning Vei is and Love
For sale at very low prierns, at
W. J, JACOBr & SON.
221 King-st. (be'ndy Opp. thbBig Boot.
Nov. 5ib, 185i2 2-tif
ROACH & BLACKWOOD,
Just received by Excpress at
"THlE PALfMETTO HU0USE
Plour, Sugar, Coffee Candles; Loirdl Bitt
ter, Tea,' Starch, Soap, Tobacco; egars,
&c. &c.-A S
A Jarge stock of
4ioods,' Cmoekefy, Staddle
,r y, Ilnrdiware,&c.
For s'aelow~ &by'K.VO.
Sumterville; Oct. 15; 18,32 5-ti
'Pi1la Subscriber resptect inilj. ainonced
Ito those ilnetedl to him for last year
and'year befire, the~ he is very mruch- in
nieed~ . of fa*s: " A~ vlord t'ujhe wise isT
suthlicnt." Wi. J1. FRANCIS.
Cravats, Hkf's and Gloves.
Our whole tesortmeont of Gente. dioved~
Cravats and P'ocket 1llandkerchiefs aire of
fering at very lowv prices to ckmeo out sidek6
W: J. .JACOUI 4f SONS
221 King-izst. (bontd) opp. the BBo
Nov. 5th; r8.Y2 4 U
* W. itq attention- to our largE tbsn.
*nte tprior Black Gro. d, WC
uwidths, which we srn
W J JACBI &. S(
221 Kingti (bendi)lbpp. the Big~