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U DY PCPTRIS
3"Prn, Ila trute
I th', lioihiich of the Ox, ate r
-[( ln i~ughton, M. D., Phila
v Wonderful remedy for
p Jadice, Liver Cor
li nAtd.Dobility, curing after
he -by NaturuF 'yn
Wfsei Pam811phletas ~tdiii.
-eof'i vdhtle, firnished
See notic tlunng tre medica
"K a ite who use Vermifuge.
O lo, C m, &c., are not
N ie appear to benefat'the pa
i ulylaying the foundation for
8ih 66iu1 as salivation-,-1oss of
,*W edkna of limbs, &c.
ef-oblumnl will be found t'hetddver
ofy, 1 Elbitnotidk's- dicine, to whic'a
h Whia ittrt-of all directly interested
-w -i' eat.
as their Children's healt
y er Comiploaits;and all disorders arisint
-bilious- type, shoukd make use
i u ne sedicine, Iiobensacksf
ci, es of64 lils c
V, 6-I tofdcciced,' but auk for I1oben
A Orm; Syryp Liver d. Pill , and the
''llatt h has the signature of the Proprie=
o wisictc, as none else -are genitii
. and.alid'soGerradn Bitters.
bifokr liies complin-of dke bii
W i ~ he I ystem, derangement of
h ands itoach, cmWant, of appetite, &c.;
"T feciftently-the result-of too clone ap
""Caoiand thousand other ciuses we canl
r. tamV; but we' wnould oy to all afflict
- - ed o aweIhave'dona.-get a bottle er two of
11oflnid's German Bitters, prepared by Dr
sonand our hword for it you will be cure.
cmmend this medicine, knowing front
lef that it is much superior to the gene.
-Patent n -edicines. We would say to
era, purchaed none unless prepared by
Oh. ki, Philadelphia. J.ulyI
R filt returning thanks to him
iee for %liir liberal patronage, notl
t hat after-sale day in March nevt. he
9 9nqsbusiness at the old stand of the
umttr ,ouse," but expects to open Un ain
-% i li re he will be 'pleased to sew all Iis
.nd 'ho most thankful fdr their patron
ac ,1853 1 t
11T p er Sign
1 HE -Sutwciber still continues to solicit ipa
te In thet above liie of business, and re
authanks for past favors; lita neceusiy
ais bin to say to the public that it is in
6la-r i to -keep books, so his terms itre
u -Notes .; therefore, all who
raply;seith the -tbove terms,
-wxyiI to withhold their wYork-.
5 W.C. D UNCA N.
r omy a ttincfu that Join
- r ofana t befendants in the'
u ~se, ii.alisent fromt and without
* iij r tsate~o South Uarolina. On
Ubn.t~ 8.' G. RIokardson, Complainant'.
I ~tok,.it is ordered~that dihe said Johnu WY.
-. 'jaut~ de plead, answer. or demur, to dhe
~ ~i ~M'toimilinanti' Ailf lof Complaint within
Ik aonthea frora the date of the publication
I t'trdler or an order "firo contfesso" w-ill be
-ntered against hit-.
1rary 2Sti, 1363 Is--tf
Clarke &SZ Brother,
' bfi 1 tee Just receive~d per iail Road N.
qme assorunent of
Q thVm~ rlikig Pickles, Preserved F-ruitt, Cigars,
nudiqa stad~a choice lot of Chtewaing tobac-o,
w~~ehb lifiniteth atention of the cti
-.2 , 1 3.17-..f
atl~g JeWelry, Etc,
.t.RESPECTF~lljLY infornms his frien~s
- [mflt- hlQr tlas 'ow con hand, and will con.
-.taigly ,li '~en si nve ansortmetnt of
n old ando-8ilver Watches,
.MANTJL (CLOQKS OF EVERJ!7fl
A ' G E V A R I E T Y,
- - U I71)JY ANYD FANc Y
' As 4leSporsmsrcf' .lit-i Ap au,
E POCKim&,-TABILJ CUTI'LERY,
TA 1ogether with all kinds of
~ ~"~.j'ancyf Articles.
LV.'M WV il and JE\VEI.RY cm
afis atanisoieand' fashionable collec
biRe atice . I i his design not
*ibia~ssed-in the tade~ and elegance
' o-e ?rhjaselectioii, and his prices will be
ound-on examniation to he as mnoderatte as
K y pibeutabishmeniti h ouh
019 o erllybestnoe on the old
m~ - . ft. A. YONIUl.
)'- PA -AN DRICWs notores the
fi.ons thisv.al the adjoiniing Distriis,
bleas emoedhis Sitables niear the lm.e
~ . Ml R. Iload, where lie is re-adly
f~j~r~l m~to take chiarge, .of diseasied ilorses
'o 'hx4toeciirgo.'; in all caises where there
:>: ft*n 4ire ci., y-wil bc expecte-d,. i al
.'i&'~an' expe'ts shortly- tonreceive -a New
m-'j bu for thiat purpose.s Glood lhe wtIll haulI
4.? k te l tote of 10 cenits per patckagt, mind
'~. ~ li' s.t~jatronage pf theo public.
- ~ ~ ~-Ntice,
is:., bint dernands against thin
~ ~ Clipe Weeks dcd will hasnd
- .'r1l~w~Mduintdated's bje ltw dir-cts,
'~y*''~~~U~4 p ma
;NO FAPER WILL-BJE SENT FROM THE
01' FLCE- WITIIOU' PAYMENT IN AD-.
Its circulation extends throughout this Stato,
and all the Southern Statds, and presents a
good opportunity for mu.ie'dhants to advertise.
Its columis are filled with the Latest NOaUs,
foreign and domesti, as files of EuropCn pa
pers are received weekly. Thie publiration of
a largo collection of Documentary papers rvla
tiny to our
will be contencod as soon as we can arra rge
The "Banner" Office.
Circumsta ig placed Us inI charge 6f
the office, % every arrangement to
readerit t 'j Dconplet in tho 4oun.
try, fuer9'I kinds-of work. The addition of th.
finea Doult Press of the late A. S. Johiinstoii to
onr other stetiift power-presises, and 'tot- U.rd
.preau,'enlables us to do
4tl kindis'of wvork tit shor-ti.
12OOES, , ARDs, --i. i s
'AIMPIILETs, CtRCULARS, I NVITATIONS,
' IIANDBlhtL, I'os TEits, &c.
-LAW AND EQUITY BLANKS.
Plain and Ornamental
Printing in Colors.
It. W. GlOBES, l'ruprietor.
'T. F. GRENEKEtn, Printur.
. Colinbia, S. C.,
Feb. 22, 1853 '17-tf
We are authorized to an
nonec JAMES O'HANION. Esq., a
candidate to represent this Congrressional
Distritit at the eblection to be held ott the
fourth Monaty in eeruar.y 1163.
Febl. 15,Lh, 1853 'i--td
The sibsatcriber having discontinued the Dik
Ilusiness will devote his whole time to the prac.
tice of medicene. 'lho-e Midting his prores.aion.
ni survices will find hihtLzaVl trhfles f.t 1is'rei.
dence in the Villege.
R. S. M ELE'lT, it. 'D
Jan. 10 1853, 11-1y.
So, Carolina-Sumter Dist.
J M. David, et. al.
By viritic of an order tromi W. Lewis,
Bsq., Ordinarv o tinter I)istrict, I will
sell on the elrst. iNIuielav in a., lah next
at Suiter Court flouse,'ietweeni the legal
hoau rs of salc, tine tract - of land, contai nat tat
5'27 ares onl --- Ry, in the fork o'
Tartias.--.A credit o two years, (ajl
fCes cash ) the puiirchaser- i handtat w1ith
good stecurity andt a mo-ilrtage o)f th p.mi
ses t) the Ordinary. for thae paytimnt of the1
ptirehaso ncine'y, tli. 'intrn ~it from the
-hav% of SalO.
. .. C.l RlA.\]-*R, S. N. D.
Feb. 15t'h 1.5 16-2t
Election for Congress,
Sir i Congressional District
UN! )NR the roclaalitn of his Excl-'
lency Governot Johnj L. AN.lningl~, issuied
n .purstance or an -Act of the Generail As
setnbly of this 8tate, passeIl onat t'he 16th1
DecemrberN A. 11. ii , tihe uinde2rned,
Ilinager (of Ebction at .'jgitterv:ie r.o11i,
notice that' they vwill' hlid rin E:ection in
Suinterville, atthe u'nAial phnie foar oingibw
the pta!l, on ate .tith .\londa.y itt this, motnthI.
for a1 Reptareetatae int thet Congire-.s oft the
Unttd Sttaes froma the Sax:,t b a.'rss.io.
ailI )tttric.t otf ahas StaItt-, com~tpttsed of thIe
Distrits of Yatrk, Chesrttr,. .farll, ilih
htank, Kherawta tati Sumater. !The pl fwil
lbe openedct ott thte d.atV n:ataed,, ttal the
Tl'fesd!ay ttlhatwing, irat..inthe houatrs sof ) ;a.
ta.. 10.4 o'cloack p. lm. All i persons conast a
tttiotally ttiiabli tat vte lfar membet'.ars atf
the Gen~aerl~ i..Awmblyt~, itn tiny of te rey
g4ressioalII Distrieh, wdal be enatitled. to. we
ina thea s.iad election tat athe Co. tlat ihox,
Mantgers at dumatIrrille.-.Y. J. Knoax,
Jonp.ert a'lo iapt. W.jatnfod
~ite 0. i frot thab o ~ v ier taion wal h
as abovet. by thte hcove: V.\ Mingers t
Sw~tamba.:;t's.-ItR. I,. 'i!a'.ld. A. S.
'\Vatt tatnd Johnaz \V. Mottg ,onnt.-r
Iishotrpville.---Jh~tn 11. J)bsont, J. \V
St ucke~ay tatm!l.Jahn TI. (Utm..
Ca.rter's Croassin The:~'I- mts -Ca tch.
cn, Geo~arge~ ale.(.atatch i, Jr. I Iarudy
uad Jtame~s Cearhet;, sr.
Stttathurg.-l l~I ah! iMamuet.l A. Ibrol
tey tat,, Wt. Wa. Iteese.
Irovlenc.Jm al.! a rdl, C. C. Jac k
son tand. 1. 1. lImtkints.
Privatteer .-TIhoaas O'Steen, Wa.'illiat.'
Isatac Keels sr*., tat.. A. A. M.!cd.. i
Mea~winicsville..- I. II. Kennedcay, Jast.
W.. Itembeltrt tand Willa l',t rescou.i
Loawry's----M. A. Mulda (1ro*, '1Tininian it..
Ptohl to ber kept op~enta wo datys ait Sumt.
Lervillie andt. all thIe ath itr boxe~s.
Th sublscribetr lhts remtove*d hais. shopi
natothe t oad h)'pot,whrhot
reay t d any wvokI ini is h ne atshr
notice. Termrs casth, tar whe acattcounatts
are made tat till, thecy muttst h~e set tied eve'ari
Pecrsons latt dispaosed to comnply witha
thto abovte (terms, vill palease! witho.ldthi
orderas pr work,.
W.Vatchana wiall copy !t.
IIThe susaatcri~l'thavin a a*asrtocialted ihat
selvesa togtethaa .n the. toamta;iaal, bnatmIatm
under!c the ltia of iTL tl'J & Nc, MW. s, it!-.
ItY., won!.! respaectitnlly info(rma thoi r finendats
anal the pubbe eeara liy, thtat they art'
ntow recewmtg and opteninag a la rge't and
welI selec'teal si tck of~ I ) Gotods, GIrt te
ries, Boot8,- andat Shbtes, IlItts antd Ca; hn
Hlardwtare tant! Crockery, l'attcy Artiacles,
&c. &c., which thecy will sell ext remaely
low for cash, or to customeiars who will paay
lT It. is nnnlfecessary to enumetrate al-ti.
cles, ju-it conme along~ see fr.- youarselves.
- A te tatd A. M. NEWBRity,
A tth stndformerly occttieda by Mtc..
Roay & Jones; dne door north Ct he- Pot
nton c 15 $$ 1'
rctd, -so d't n te? Ur
Slousie',o t'nh~e1stNotida'y anddalay follow
ing min March net within lega) hour
of sale, to tie highest bidder, for~creh, the
following property. Purchasers to pay lo
,.ot and buildinge ihoreon in Suntdtevilh
adjoiningt lands of Clark & Brother and J
L. Haynsworth, levied on as the properti
of John Brogan, at tihe suit of W. W
One tract of 100 acres of Land it
tIhe Fork of Black River adjoining lands o
R. J. \Vitherspoon and S. E. Plowden lev
ied on as the property of Wn. R. Benti)
at the suit of John A. Colclough.
1 Lot and Buildings thereon, in Sum
terville, adjoining lands of, and near th
Rtail Road, levied on as the property 0
Thos. AlcGee, at the suit-of John T. Gree
and Snnu & Naince.
I Tract of' 7- atcres of land in For)
of Black River, adjoining lands of ant
where deft. liives, levied upon as the pro
perty of C. L. OsLeon, at tire suit of Sima
& Nance and Wmll, Lswis.
1 Mule and Ilorse levied 'on as ti
property of M. -Barwick at-the euit:s of T
Lyinnr atnd a. S. & L. Bowie
I Negro levied on as the Iroperty o
Thos. NI. Baker, at the suits of 11. Spant
and W- G. Dessaussure.
1 Negro, levied ont as the propert3
oiff. 3. Delser at the suits 6f F.-J. Rivers
Jas. D. Weeks, W. 11. Goddard, Ext'x ani
E'x'rs of B. lliaile.
1'negro le'vied un as the property of W
S. Bnrgess at tihe suits of L. B. 11a-nks
W. al. DeLorme and C. DeLorme.
1 carriage, 2 horses ard harness leviem
otn as the propcrty of Webb Clark at th<
suits of Thomas 1). Frieron-, L. Barfielt.
and A. J. & P. Moses.
I negro -levied on a's rhe property o
John Ciina at the suits 'of G. Barton ant
L. 11. flanks.
1 Colt ievied on aa *tie p'opeft'y of .loht
W. Donald at tihe suit of E. Durant and t<
be sold on Tuesday 8th Marchr at Defend,
1 negro leviel on as't'he prope'rty Thom,
as V. English at tie suit of A. M. & t
Ilorse, Buggy and tarnes's levied
on as the property of John W. Ervin at th<
suits of Samuntel A. Green, M31loy & Jones
anwl A. Clhiaolmn.
1 Mule levied on as tine properny of lr
It. Flemrning at the suit of Thions J
I horse levied oi as the property of F
G. Jeirkins at the suit of A 1). Foxwor.th
I nregro levied mi as tae property of 30.
ses 1). 314-I.e l:m. Irh suit of G.Nur:t . -
I Negro levied It as tie propert
of J. S. I.chardumr, ar. at the stint of Jamer
2 orses levied on as the propcrty ol
Join S. R chf at tire suit of R1 S Pomrrreroy
3 negroes levied on am the property of
John Ricks at the sui it eiSanel Dent.
3 lomrsep, 2 buggies anrd - wamgonis lev.
ied (t as the property of R S. Redford at
the suits of W. 11. liller, J. 31. Jenrings,
I lenry Spann and J. D>. Blandilng.
I rnegro levied on as the property of It.
J. Witherspoon at the suits of A. It. Lock,
J. 11. Melson and A. J. Miose.,.
I horse levied otn as the property of W.
M. Wilder at suit of Edward Salisbury.
I bore levidd on as the praperny of B.
iody at tire Sruit of W. 'J- Grald..
dirnriagt."N suggM aMtfrrules Ievirb
no as the property of '. D. Pringle at tile
suits f M. W. Nathan, Thormas I). Frier
sonm, arid Samnuehl E. l'lowden.
J. C. RiIA AdE, s. s. o.
Garden Seed !
A ifurll assortirrernt of IlanrdrethI's war.
enteod Garrdenm Seeds, w hich arre fre.sh and
IUTPIEht. & NEWVilhltY.
Alli IthIose indbted to menc Iy Note or
onpen AXccornrt aire ntotnried t amk immnae.
rdrate piayrrernt by the first of 31 arch or
shall I put thiir N orts andin Accoun ts itn thre
br;mnds mi air retlner tor collectionr.
O. P. 3Ie lt)V.
F'eb. 8th, t85;j 15--ti
Dr. E. J, Rembert,
I iavrntg locateitd at thre rresiderrce of hi:
Father, CohI Rermbert, resprectfully 'otlier:
hr:s profes- ional services to thre vic inity anri
IPurt.lie-, arid hopes biy attIenionii andt assindu.
*y to hbutrnes tro tnmrit a share ot theri
contdl'en and .sitlpport.
I ll.\VE appo)ninrtedl ar. WV. 31. Greei
myv AZernt, to setule all thre mantters o
heEstatre oif Jiohn 3l1 I) inblI, late of* ii
A l.L Persomrs hanvinit tinmajds agairns
Ire FIstate of John Medhonarld, wvill p resen
thetm duily amttested. Thonse inidebited wilI
makale immurediate paymeneat to
W. M1. GIIEIN, Aigentl.
Feblrruary 1-1, 1852, 17-tf
F'ISl(CS 31 ETA1 L LC COIlNS of al
sizes, cornstanrtly on hand andI for sal
by lIUD)SON & JllTIIEII,
Opp. Temcrperaance Ihll Sumrterville.
June 15th, 1852 U1-tf
Just receivedl a large hquantity rr Ian hv
ing madro arrtrareents for ar cotinor
riupply oft ilnr, I wvill xi.Ilil to nt nt c rZen:
nut 'Nnimier IDi-t r ict chneapenr thranr they cem
eb. 8thI, 183 15--ti
Draper & Tailor,
SUMi'~ TER Vl L1 LE, S. C.
1llavinig permanrntlty locnatead h imiselfI ii
tis vi llargen, on Mn St4reet, (1ne dloo
inorthi of Alajor John IF. Ila~ynsworthr's resi
dence. oflers rnis services to the citizens o
thiA District. I110 hats parid much attenhloi
to his busninesA itn lie cities of FVrarukcfor
and Paris, and if you will but give~him n
trirl4 he promises on his part to give entir<
JAMES I .UE u 7pe
inform the cltidiis ofum rvild- h
surrounding country, that he is now open.
ing a TIN MANUFAQTPRYnint3.um,,
terville, and is now prepared to fill all oat
dore in the tin line.- Merchants will find
itto their interest to purchase' their wa-re
from me as Iintaod to sell low and war.
rant all that -I sell.
ROOFING GUTTERING, and JOB
WORK exectited with promptness-and in
a workmanlike ianneir. The cash. will
be expected in every instance'on finishing
or delivering of every job. 1 iticn to sell
cheap and for cish only.
Feb. 8th, 1853 15--tf
Dry Goods for Cash.
W. G, BANCROPT & U0.
253 KING STREE,
Ciharleston, S. C-.
NVE have in conformity with the spirit
of the times adopted in our business the
system of low Tarij' and Cash Prices, and
off'er to the city tina 'tountry retail and
wholesale 'rade eivery va'riety'of goods in
our line--PRINTS, MUSLINS, S LKS,
IIOMBAZINES, SIlAWL', LINENS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, D It E S S
GOODS--of all kinds-GIOVES, 110.
SIERY, &c.&c. We shall be constantly
receiving the latest anid ttost f(hionable
styles of goods, rad it i'our dbternination
that our stock in point of Styles and Assorl.
ment s'hall be unsu paased, aud in clicatr.
ness of price uneq UaaieIl by any in the 'iiy
of Charleston. We have made this cha'nge
in our system of business froai our pre.
ferance to the sinall but more certain re
turn of t-he NIMBLE SIXPENCE, rather
than that -of the slow shillintw, and in the
I belief that the public cannot fail to per.
ceive thedvantages it'offers to purchasers.
I Our business vill be conducted so as to
ensure their entire -,bonfidcda', and we ap
pe.d directly to their judgment. Through
out "tiections in the various markets of
Europe and 'nf this country we possess the
ability and the irill to offer ektraordinary
inducements 'P the Consumer, the Planter,
and the M1erchant.
February 8th-, 185 . 0-4mn
(tyr We are Authoried tb
antrounce Cl. J ACOI F. IIELSEl as
a candidate to represent us in our next
February 1. 18->3 :14 tf
0n some dav laa Veek a Note dranwit by
ltila in t Cater of Bradlilird Springs,dated about
the 18t January last. and payable. ill twelve
months for $22O 00 and in foot of'J. L. De.
coin. All persona are forhidto trado for: the
san me, and any one findting anat leaviiig it at the
oflieo of this1 aper will confer a favor upon tha
Febl. 1, 1853 lit
If any pe'son has taken er received
through a mimako a Bawr-box containing ta
blue black s:,ttin 'Qnak trinarmied with: ve
vet, marked tW Mr-i.tMitry; Birefi to t
care of (6heral S. I Clanldler)w
fr.a~favor by rettprning the
All per.1ons indebed i 1)D. J. WINN,
Iby Note or opien account, are particu larly
requnested to comie forwiird. immendiately
!and n mkit pay ment, and especially thaose of,
twot yeairs' st .m iding, as I tindl it i mplossiblej
Fe'bru iry I, 1833.11i
By Thomae O'Connor,
Just rec'eived per ttail I1t0ft0, a choirn sire
tion of Cigasra andi Tobacco, Cordialis, P're
serves of all descritions,. Jelly. &c. Also as
Icompillete atssortmnent 01 Groceris-s, wivchi hie
gnarntees to sell as low asu they can he tat
Feb. 1, 1853 It-if
Fair and Final Notice.
Ti), h Bndh, Notes, anid Book; Eof Ac.
tniinnt of the lite tirm of E. D). PRtIN UI li
& C4)., are laced in the hands of A. C.
SPAIN, Esi-., for cullection-~.14 Necessity
knows no law-." Pairtics interested will
please be pruinpt and save costs-.
. rr 'lt for Coilecttin.
WE the unda~ersigned patriners of the late.
lirmn of E. I). Pm: se r.i & Coa., have never
appointed E. 1). P'ringle Agent to collect
the debts due to lie said tirmn.
J. .1. GOIlIDON,
it. F. Bl(O( D)ON-, Per
Febi-tary 1, 18->1 14--tf
ThUle e.eLrcises of S17.lMlERlTON AC
AI)E.M1Y were resumed M~Ionday ;ilst inst.,
under the supervision oft Mr It. K. liur
I.f:nue. Not only a very especial regard is
had to eachi St udent's intlelIlectutalI ad
'hiysical culture, so as to preserve health,
both of boily iandi mtind ; but thme moral ale.
pa rtmtient is strictly) at tended to. Siu
mecrtoii has long been note'd for its rensrk'ua.
lyh healli anid beatutif'ul locaition. I t k. aiv~
u iated lhree mii les south-~aeast of Friendaship1
P. 0. Bonaring can be obtainetd quite
near the schootl at a nutibler of places for
a reasonamble rale: The rcholast ie year is
divided into I iw sessions, live mniths each,
with a vacaltiton of tne wveek in thme sum.
mner, mecluding the -IthI of J.1'
T1ElII ldS PElR QUlA ltTl~ttl
Enigli.sh G raniiiner, P'rimnari Ge.
(ogrialiby, Arithmtcra, lea'a-. f -1 0
iio n ;ad Enl h:Ih ('ainq~d..; ii
N~tanal lilo~.-.oph'y, & c. - 0
Latima andI Greek, - . . g It
February I, Is.'3 _.
Adll FORID, 18tha January, 1853.
G ENrnAL ORDEn No. 3.
EDWXA RD A. SALMOND and LE\V.
IS A. BIECKllA M, Esqinres. having bee'n
f appointed Aids.dr'enamip to the coinninad
a or m-.Chiief with th le rank of Lt. Colonel,
ttwil be hoabeyed anid ra~espotedI accordiogly.
a Bly order of the Comarndn~rin-hief.
3. W. C ANT'EY,
Fcrav Adj't. and insp'r General.
K 00 s Candidato t9, roprpaont
te Co. gessional Dsti-ict at t1l6ne. t elec
t.n aId big eI ay VOTRgs.
W e are arithorized to ar
nounce W. W. BOYCE, E actandidate
to to represent thik Congressional District.
January 2th, 1853 is-if
SW'NA TOR FOR -CLA RENDON.
(jo ,W e are authorized to'
iffnouilce br. J. J. INGRAM ia : ca;didate
ror Senatbr of 1ltfrdndon County, at the neit
sIection. - -
Jan. 4, -15 .IO--tf
(tr Mr, Editor:-You will
)eave announce WILLIAM 11. BRNU
iON -ts candidate oir the Office of Oidi.
tary of '%nitirr District, at tire 'ensuing
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
FO R CLERK..
(R We are authorized to
nnounce T. J. DINKINS, Esq., a Candidate
for Clerk of the Court, at the ensuing election.
. MANY VOTERs.
Aprill~th 1851 25 tf
^r Mfr. Edtoi: Please an'
iounce Mr.-.. McKELAIt, a Candi
late for Clerk of the 'Court- fdr Sumter
District, and oblige DIANY VOTERS.
A pril 13, 185i. 25-tf
x1-The Friends of Mr.
11OH1N F. JUNE, announce hin, as candi.
Wte for Nhlirff'f -Santer District at. the
Nov. 12t0r, 1852 %-t--p.
WR We are authorized
0 annonce A. E. POOL us a candidate
ror Sherifr of Suinter District-, at the ensu
Dece yr 91, 1852 - 8-tf
Spring and Summer
FORt THE s0Ujlj-ltjN IMARtI'. .
JAMES WILDE, JR.,
:Late of the firms of C. T. Longstreet &
ao., aid Wilde, Batem & Taylor). still con
in ues to hold out at the old stand
64 Nassau-Strece, ,vewo York,
vhere ho will have in rendiness, both. for
arly and late purchaecrs, the largest and
:hoicest stock of
WPRINO AND SUMMER CLOT11N.
48. ylek.h pt'np
o well to eamine our st
New York, Pebrtiur 1, 1853 14-m
NeW York Clothing
Bates4, Taylor & Co.
fan~, g eren f/ic e oo>ns
.Nos. 223 arnud 25 1)E'Y STREEA',
:'ver [h-. and V-. Kirby &. Co-.;) wonld beg
o call the at tentison of b e pat rons of t lie
ate concerns~ of C. TV. 1,ongs'ti-e-et & Co.,
mid \Vilde, Bates & Ta-ylor, and othefs ini
he tratdei rd thit
Stock 01 Ckothing.
TJhe favorabile reputation which has al
,.'vyattended their manufactures it will be
heir endeavor to issam; and no cilbrts
,vill be simted tu give c ustomerti'entiive sat
Tfhe flooks, &c., of the laud iin of C.
I'. Lomgstreet & Co., andl Wilde, llates
a. Taylor, are with. themi fi* tettlemecnt,
tud all piersons hav-ing bnisinece Eidnnected
herewith, are invited to call on them-.
Feberny 11 183:3 1-1-2m
Butler & Newbery,
AIC now receivuig a general atssort.
nenit of GRIOCItlES ainaistidg in pa~rt
.lrown C. and 'Cruiihed Sugara;
Itio anid Cnsba Colree:
Cuba and Trickle Molasses ;
Stugar llouse Syrup;
Colgate's superior F'ancy Soap;
Fresh Cluster Ratsens ;
l yson Tea;
Charleston Steam relinedl Caindy;
Sperm, Ada'tine antd T1allow Candies;
Flour an~d Rice ;
Butter, Soda and Sugar Crackers;
Sardines, l'ickles, Preserves, &c
Powder and Shot;
TIobacco anud Seigars, &c. &c. All of
whch we will sell rt.tremiely low for cash.
Sunaterv Ilke, %. C.
Ilenpect fully informs the people of ."um
ter District that he has jumst receive. and
now oilirn for sale the best. selected and jI
most choice stock of
Fall and1( Wliter Goods
TIhat has ever been brought to this market.-.
lie lhau received niany new styles bf Fall and
Winter Goodls, which pmirhuasefs v-utld ddt
well to examnine beforo buying elsewhere,
htlack, tilie,G(reen andu umixed hiroad-Clothmes,
lains and Fanacy (Cassimeres; SatIn, Velvet,
anmd Silk Vetstinags, lloyst mand Melts Caps; &c.
A full and large supply uif Ihosierv, Gloves;
Suspenmders, Cravats, I landkerchiefs, &c. &c.
all o~f which will be ,.dhl on the most libe ral
termg, andt at prices to suit thle tiniemu
t-ey G~armnaats imannfnetured by the sibir
ter, and wiarranted to give satisfaction. Oir
flers froIm a distantec promuptly attenided to.
I In may be found at the stantd tihrmerly oc
cupied by A Conway, and mnore recently by
D). W. I'rice.
Nov. '27, 1852 25 If
Th ie To Rent,
Th iedwollinig House and porn'se,
now. occupied by .the subsa9ribpP Fr
tcrmns &c., apply to Mre y,
Cojnty, at thesensaij1e u
Temperanee Advotate. -
TillS Paor having - been reiovod to Cti
den, and paced under the 'managemeht -ni
control of e subscriber, will be published re-,
gularly e'very wiek on and after the,6th Jahua.
ry,.1 : , ,
TIle paper 19 designed as thq Organ affhe
thuse df Tempernce, embracingeverryi Wder
'nd orgh'nlzatlon.. It will be a niscelanevius
fdmily Journki ard Agricultural'Papr. aid t he
aim of the preseht pwprietor: will be torr.t.kolt
in every rcsact Worthy the'confidence and sup
pert, not only cf Tdftpet6ce Men, lui o ihe
reading public geherally
It is earuestly hoped caii't.b1 who'feel an th
terest in its success, Will dAt'bdie,'rse jh-iri -
11uence to' accomplibh its peririnn't'eisi bibh.
ment. , - - ..
TERMS-'1IWO DOLLARS IN ADV ANCF.
Subscriptios fur six months reserved at the
same rato. In each case, the bash must accom
pany the order and -all letters by mail are er
pdcted to bepriyaid.
SW'Those wh have paid the former pro
rieprtr in- advanee 'for the year 1852, will e
furnished with the paper until the time for which
the 'ik'vejuaid oa pies. The accounts for 1852
having been rrdi Yfifred to - the subscriher, those
who are in arrears ivsil oblige him by.-reinitfini
the amopant innhedidielk. -Address.
TIO. J WARREN', 'gtidrr, S. C.
Desenmber 24, 1852. 1 tf
Which for variety, quality, newneoss of styles
and cheapness, merit the attention of every
body, some of which we here enumerate;
Pla'n colored Canton Ciapo' Shawls at $5.
Spe f.e.Cait Crape. Shawl with extra heavy
frins, Ur6e Em'ioie'rc Cixot Cg Shawls,
Superfine French and Berin, W dd, hoasedrde,
Tyne and Bay State, Double, For fIraced and
Long Shawls, of the heaviest description. Ica
vy 10-4 square Woolen Shawls of the following
styles: Santag, Jenny Lind, Florence and Bays
Water. ' FrenchsEbroiderbd Thibet, Broche
worked, .Janiquurd lootn worked and plain
Thibet Shawls in choice variety. En'broidered
Canto.n Criype, Ithkae Vrked and Paris
printed -a tles and 86ar.
Plain and Figured' BLACK Gnto'n lirZTXy
SILKS, Plain colored gro'd Nap and Marceline
Silks ; Strped and Plaided Wash Silks; Plain,
Figured,- Striped ano Plaid DIous. D-Lins in
the latest 'tgles and rinhere dyes. Scotch efnd
English printed d'laines of the handsomest pa
trons. P14fn Paris Aluns. D'Laines in all va
riety of c'libr. Fnxicit, OGRIMAN and ENG
z.:sn 3MLRINOs of the nostsuleror'uafides and
colors. French and Engbh Chtniz 'patron
Calices's. ist 'qlahies ahd makes of Aineri
can Prinit. C61ld Organdies, French Crape
Liese, Bareges, Crape Jitaris Blutsions, Silk
Tissues, &c., for evening and Ball wear. Also
just received, 132 of beautifully Enbroidered
Swiss Mimlin Robe patrun Dr. ses, each one
having a Fashion Carna attached.
Etraanpi- FaIVNci NEEDLE CnZMnr-TTVS
of the richest descriptionds and ftiest quality.
Prices from. 37 1-2 to $10 A p'l6e.
Richest and latest styles French needle ivork
LACE and- 31USLIN COLLARS in a very large
Superb' NEznL]C EmaROIDEnaED ,,INI I
CAMRIC IA ND$EcIEFs, also a superior ai
sOtment of plain ditto. -
Cambric and Swiss AJusLIt EDGINa
nktt..s, BAtNS, I*09.TIN ^ ; of th
I and n1
stra Colored '- k> glia
Stux 'StrLx:.St:kid? set iquaalite ng.
lish MonaAA STocKNCB, Black and Slate,
Colored. Extra fine and -heavy qualities Imis
ported French and English SILK procgas,
Bla'ek atid Whie, * -* s.
Fihest, qualities Faxxcir LISLE TEED,
OpeAi Cloked and plin itStocking.. Bl~ck;,6latb;
lue Mixed, Mode Colors anld Supe~or iM'all
ties White English Stockings er thle cele brA'ted
From France and Royal Brown, Brands.'
Extra Fitie and heavy q'unlities of Gentle'
men's UaNSJE Sutavrs and DsAwtes of Lambs
Wool, Saxony, Merine and Stockinet. Im
ported, LADIEli UJxnrj VxE-ra of Mierino and
Gauv.e Lambs Wouol. LAmts -Aku L~tt'5
Gi~-vl, of Silk, .Mertno, Kidl, Lisle Thiead
Kid make Silk, &egovia, Cotton and other i
s'cripitionls. Large aind full assortrnent dif GSA
rrExs, FAsuIIoNAan Sitra-rs, COLL.An,
CaAVA-rS, ANni Pocus-r .IIANDKRRcurIEVs
IILAxaiTs, London Bath, D~uflield's and
rhiney Bla nk a F sadre, Welch, Salls
buer Frenh terin FANd~ English Flamiel,.
Superfine Embossed Cloth and Victoria Da
masks, TIAns.E AM5 PIANO Covents.
Best qua~lities of Brown atnd White TABLrE
DAMASxa, Dioylies, NAPKIhns, TiowEzs, ANO
laiss LINENs AND SHEE'vlNas, QF ousR owN
CoT-res Gddnsi, Tickings, 3-4 4-4 and 12.4
Blroivn Sheetings, Best qualities of Long Cloths,
SheLtings, Canmbrics , alsins, Checkls, Ging
hamns, Satinets-, Cassimereis, Vestings., B~road
Cloths, &c, &c.,
It will be wortht your while to call and ex
Ahtinei before purchasing elsewher-e.
W. J. JACOBI os SON,
221 King-st., (Bend) opp. the liig ftdot
Uha riest on, Juan. 24, 1853 13--:f
To all whom it may Concrn :
AS no one a;y lbe deceived or have
entice of compllaint. Theli subscriber gives.
notice that he ilil invariably and withott
any manner of distinction, during the term
ot h~s Shte.ifality strity adhere to the fol.
T1hat any and eve-ry descript ion oh prop.
erty h'vied on, must accomnpany the DeOpu.
ty to Sumnterville, or a good build for its
deliveiry otn the nest-I sale didy.
T1hiat every hevy i'o made, will bse dis
posed of on thie sutoniid sale day after Ievy,
That all the laxetintions In the Oflice
mtust lhe settled in clone way, or-sta.yed he.
fore Coturt, as he does not intend to lbe
ruled and cuiled by false piroinses.-TVhose
unisubstnitial atnd uaistierory promnis
wtill inot savo lthe Sherniff nndl securities
from rnii, truth is truth unsd ho intendds in
do what lie says.
.3. (d NItIAMM, s. A. P.
Jan 18th, 1%3 1-.1
JOHN N. NEVIN,
SUMlTJCRVLLE, S. C.,
(Near the Depot.)
Painting, Gilding, anid
Gild ing on Gold1 and
I Iitusehiold l'urnituren dlotn tip in ti It tilat
est andI hest moannger. All ho askus is a fail
trial, lie gtua.rantees to giv-e ontire saltis
facion. ?-i All ordlers lIint the esointry
promptlf it tendded to.
Jan. Illth, 1853 i iid
'3nproved Endles~ Ch~
erowt h '4a ~e't'v
The Ok an e ao
Btate, are iderbi
Polls At their repspitiv
tiofis,nd to h6ldnei'i
States,'an1 the Fou'rijt~
ry 'nbt, i -ondt i
tion pa-osed at t I4et.jet
each lae ofElectI a
sional District theorighqut --
the event of thbsp itV64
destination, it is due
Executive, to iad i
'remedy such centi -s
To all andi Difl'UlaPIfd
a District thiwgaou
Il piuatte'er A6An
December, .-D. 18 . I
quired, afterkVn gik
duly qualified) '6
Lion for a Represent O
(of the United Statie, oa cl '
al Ditrici, on the'4th'
next, and the day forf at
er o d in th a
the election of m embers o hd
lature; and after having de
;persons duly electad, u g1
saime accordmng-toJaw uiae e
and seal to the Gove r'jat..
the first Mondafi'A 'l. d
day the voti's Wilfted
tdr th elections -dedik
Give o'tider -y1a
the State, in Colomigi
Jannary in the yea-r 76f' k
sand eight btindred :and
the 77tli;. year or the soVe
dependence of the Ufted
By the Governor, -.
BENAMuIN PERRY, Secryof ftate
January 25.h1, 18,53'
To the Mana.ers o ec
-Election ~istrid y 'k.,
sued by the Pres I
Nhi thuimenhr so
accepting the offceofidoern.~
ed to erve *. a .
are liebh Iqui -, aftei
menit, anid with strictrei t1
visions the contittiibn andajo
hold ari elecnaon f6y meste i
te fai the Ele~tion iDisint~"r'
serve for the remainder of
the said .Yohna i. Mianning as![
serve; the polls tb be open~d~
placcs of elecitdh Wizginth~i
District of Claidni on
day of Febtuar-yj'in tho a~~
o e th'ossaWd 'nightt humidr al~f
by the various s'i of manaeM'j
places respectively; the ra mak
the places of election aforea&~
Samuel Harvin's on the Wd
lowing, 'edut the votes. aun do
This wii; together wih
the lettieni tii be held undesr
befure the Senatb at the nex deb
of. ' s''
W f T N N N , thteionora~e.4L
Aliston, President 6fIe2~
Columubiai, this sixterhlI
cemaber, iu the yearWooa
thousand eight :hunidrdd- nd
two, adin the seventaieg,
of the sovereignty and tnde
of rte United Stteso n(.
Ri. F. W.,ALT
AIANAGER$~ ? *
Braudhamt's.--W. L. ge~hp~
Brugdoti. and James 1H. JriiY
Oiwen's Mister *Field...'M
Thomas lBurgeas; an'i James?1
W.~est's Old Place:.-,J. c1" c
A.Rich, and Joseph-O.Bt rea
Mae k's Store:- DudljAq
WVtherspoon arid Joseph.LP -
alcElveen. toh,. ~
Mott's CosRa S
WV Baker, and Sain1 Teniiie
January '25th, 1853
Ititjittiy reelq y rn a
York, a lirgo and well selce
I roadce hC~I
the0 hIted uid best t1ill
to tills ilrket.
bf dvery qn~a ridd
her, lie cant*tai h