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e~pa~by no of the oced-,
n ziA~ o a strawv bed.
~aa~et of Captain Bren
~ard it appears that
~ l~whigh the fire origina
% t .feet.square, aud
geas it may seem,
nieomn and chil
~rq~u~a~yall of whom wore half
~a~.~peoi'these- lodgers arose
~n~pght,.and striking a match,
* ~ l~otoAstraw bed upon which he
after which he seized
- ie .into the street.
ger, who 4happened to be
: 4 hoperatio.s of the in
bIt-fare hd' could arise
ethe man had escaped.
.i arused the others, who
- ely. time to escape before the
- ~~as.nan full blaze. Several pails
.A were procured, and the flames
~titm istined before much damage oe
"nredethe ppartent. Policeman
r tl e Sixth Ward, chanced to
Singat the time, and ob
-if light, and in a mo
staw manrun out. Think
ng Ig aswrong, he gave thme
.,4 in afraps, which soon brought as
ye pCOot tthe spot.
T eincenldiary. meantinie had es
t but was found in about two
- , rft ; rwards prowling about the
i.ng appehended he acknow.
0ed seting fare to the bed, assigned
no reason for doing so. He gave his
ame as J.om Creowley, and on being
$ke beforethe Magistrate yesterday
ng was committed to prison for
Brennan says the apart.
its occupants presented a
k0 iiserable scene. There was no
g^ he room save a number of
ads,,wWich lay side by on the
do ThI tenants were of the lowest
men and women being
AloPtdth liquor and almost desti
4ute 9ffclthing to.protect them from
gcod The. room was filthy, almost
eood endurance, a fit pace to higen
II a Petilence in warn weather.
N. Ys. n
I-WUea c.-The Pennsylvania n
gA I fl " rnn n sy teaat
Is its readers the following
r 0our houses insured? if not in
n - j ~ip he Is your stock in trade in
if9t, insure it. It is better to
- e dollre preoium. than to re
ao fter fire has . consumed
I;Dthd blig or your merhantdize.
Irou are e already .insured, look to
doir nokoy, and, repay the premium
bpfim~the pol y runs foit, If your
a4 ig ht fully insuired, have an ad
d:in~ pmyninte covered under 'your
-e a you living on a salary to
~ .l~a(e c.bhadrn y-d ,
p1 Aw wdollars from in, and vjje
yourlif inuired and thus leave
y oe, siimethmg to live on after
- in .,.our deatha -
~'M~ PAPrfns AND TIE Era PArnos.
Axs jt portih of the community
~se;'says an exchange, that a news
ajer can publitsh ee'ry thing that oc
' usfir nd nri, and this whether it
r to public or private n iatters. In
mE ifhas yome to pass that matters
Ofapurely piinte and personal na
tfe where a single individual is to
be alone benefited, the custom pre
ail to trot off to some one or all of
he newspapers, to obtain a "notice."
ifn aindivadual has a notion in his
- head; If he inlgines e has made a di- -
-coi eryor an invention; if he lisa cona
tiuoted a imahine, or received a pack
* -e of goods; if'he has become posses.
- ~ed-of. some-inovel toy; bought a
.calt with two heads or five legs, he cx
*petelkny newspaper to open its col
a t.n aany length and enlighten the
4ppblioenthesame, simply because he
L- abJ~.subserIber," - or "buys the pa
- day? - If people want their
prji&business or pleasure adverti
a,e, th6n let .them pull out their
eash and pay for it; pay what all it
is .worth. It -costs publishers mo
- ney. nd 'a good deal of it, they
pa."as down -for every thing they
haveaud use-for labor, paper, &c.;
~. and it--Ir only from those whom they
~ividually benefit that they can ob
Slnthec means to meet their outlay.
K ie'.Black - Dress is doomed. An
pp~lase of.His Imperial Hlighaness, Na
poleonillig has -banished it from the
saloons of Paris-and as Paris gives
the vogue tr all the world, we mazy
p~on scoei disappear ,from this w as
eit ielyt,' single breasted, standing
* collig,.) steel 'buttons, braided and
6 ilt~ The' old black was a very ian
petending garment-and it would
I~tdefiriitely for parties, is was
- veycep compared with its
co pinoussuccessor. It has
&- ba4 ~ *t~y. 'long reign-surviving
to ~il'ozen French dynasties, and
ye the larls'writers deplore its do.
mise. They fear that the gentleman,
an adopting he style of glaring col
r.an4 deeprated dress,'will eclipse the
adle*,6r foree 'them to resort to ruin
~us extravagance to maintain their su
Cacax (a3 GRAa HAms.-Douglas
- ei-ld h m-well-knowvn wit, and often
)ci-apfula good joke with his literary and
(4ther friends in the social circle : At
-a ihlateparty 'in London, a lady
R hthdugh. in. the autumn of life, had
S not lost all-dreamn'bof its spring-said
t4Jrgig "Jeannot imagine whait
~ mn~~p..ty hair turrigray; I-sometimes
e tmaust be tli 'essence of rose
~~4ywtihwilig m~y rreaid in the hab-.
ntfbui g..N~hat do you think?"
du s1)kd rathier be afraid, madam,"
repie tiQ..istingaiahed dramatist,
dryy "t euce-of tame
S$Xb S pk Congress. ,
Fi at ist t 1o0 3 cQueen.
Second " Hon Wm. Aiken.
Tuird " Hon. W. F. Coleok.
Fourth " Hon. P. S. Brooks.
Fifth " Hon. J. L. Orr.
Sixth " Hon. W. W. Boyce.
ALLOA1on'S Sawss.-Mr. T. W.
Benedict, of Galveston, has manufae.
tured some of the. moscrbeautiful boots
and shoes that wd have ever seen with
leather made of Alligator skins. The
skins are tauned and prepared so that
they resemble the finest calfskin in
pliability, and are beautifully mottled,
like tortoise shell. le intends to send
It pair of boots to the World's Fair at
New York.- He certainly merits a
premium for changing the skins of
these huge ugly monsters to forms.of
beauty and usefulness.-Houston
(Texas) Telegraph 11th ult.
Between 1840 and 1850 Massachu.
setts constructed more thnn a thous.
sand miles of rail 'road. Her ptoper.
ty was thereby augmented, in val
ue from $209,878,220 to $597,036,
995, and her population increased
from 737,600 to 094,271.
During the same period New
York constructed nearly fifteen hun
dred miles of rail roads; and her
property was augmented from $639,
174,000 to 1,080,309,216; and her
population increased from 2,428,921
A few weeks since we published a
problem in Arithmetic to this effect;
use all the ten numerical characte-s,
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, but --ach on
ly once, in such a mauner, that. added
together they amount to 100. We
have received several solutions to the
problem, but we think they are scarce
ly correct., because the fractions are
used. The New York Evening Post
publihes the following solution by
15 & 36 & 47-98 02-100.
Nantuchet Weekly Mirror.
' ANCELLoa DAmRoAN.--This able of
ficer is now presiding in the sittings of
the Court of Chancery for this Cir
cuit. Learned without haughtiness.
tardiness, kind and fitmiliar without
apparent anxiety, and enviable popu
John Kennedy, now living near Co
lumbus, Tennessee, has eighteen chil
dren-fully grown-.seventy-fou r grand
children, and fifty-one great grand chil
dren-in all one hundred and forty
three! There has not been a death in
the family since 1806.
NonT CAROLINA CoppR.-A coin
pany of Englishmen are now work
ing successfully a copper mine in Cher
okee county, N. U. The copper ore is
said to be strongly impregnated with
silver. The Ashville News states that
a substance very much resembling,
Jnd believed by .*many to.. be, the
pure diamond, has-been recenTy'
fot yit Uuncomrbe -county. Iv cuts
glass and steel. The finder has "sev
eral pieces of large size."
A not her ScIentific WVonder !
JMFORTANT TO DYSPEPTres.
Br. J. S. H~oughton's Pepsin, the true Di
gestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared from
Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach or the Ox, after
direction, of Baron Liebig, the great Physiolo
gical Chemist, by J. S. lloughton, M1. D., Phila
delphtia. Tis is truly a wonderful re medy for
lndigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaint, Constipation and Debility, curing after
Nature's Own Method, by Nature's Own
Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain
ing Scientific evidence of its value, furnished
by agents, gratis. See notice among the medica
rhnusandls of parents who use Vermifuge.
comiposed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c.,* are not
awvare, that while they appear to benefit the pa
tient, they are actually laying the foundation for
a series of diseases, such as salivation, loss of
sight, weakness of limbs, &c.
In another column wvill be found the adver
tisement of lHobensack's Medicines, to which
we ask the attention of all directly interested
in their own as well as their Childlren's health.
In Liver Complaints and all disorders ariiing
from those of a bilious type, should make use
of the only genuine medicine, Hohbensack's
S'" Bie not deceit-ed," bumt ask for Hoben
sack's Worm Syrup Liver indh Pilli, andI the
serve that each has the signature of the Proprie
or,J. N. H~oDEN8ACK,as none else are genuin'e
Agust. 10. 42-ly.
Hlootlanud's Germans Bitters.
Hundreds of our citizens complain of debili
ty and langour of the system, derangement of
the liver and stomach, want of appetite, &c.;
they are frcquenthy the result of too close ap
plication, and a thousand other causes we can
not here nameo; but we would say to all afflict.
ed, do as we have done-get a bottle or two of
Dr. Hloofland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr.
Jackson, and our word for it you will be cured.
We recommend this medicine, knowing from
experience that it is much superior to the gene
rality of patent medicines. We would say to
our readers, purchased none unless prepared by
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. July 1
Plantation for Sale,
The subscriber offers for sale his tract of land,
containing Two Hutndlred and Ninecty Acres,
situated on Hope Swamp, adljoihing lands of
James Lowry, Rtobert Lowry, Coflee Wheeler,
and Avander Gregg. On the premises are a
godDwelling House, KItchen, Smoke House,
Cor HoseCotton House, Fodder 1House,
good Stables and good Lug Hlouses for Negroes.
There is about 50 or 60 acres cleared (all fresh)
and under good fence ; abeut 130 A pple-trees,
some of them bore last year; good Peach or
chard. The shove t ract lies near the Rail Rload
-a por ion of it within a quarter of amile.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
March 8th, 1852 10-.st
The next regular meeting of the Commission
ers of Roads for Sales. County, Sumter Dis
trle-t will he held at James Lowry's, on the
third Tueeday in March next, It being the
35th of thue month.
- J,~ STUTCKEY,
citisns of- this, - andth
that behs regmoved his 8 61W the .
pot of the'W.&M. R, heisrrady
at all times to take ch - of disaied - Iores
for 6 laoderate charge ;n n4al ere there
is no cure no ey wllb6 exf . Hoealo
.ontinues to tae Passnger to knd from the
Depot, and e ects sh'ortj yo'ieceive a. New
Omnibus fort t purpose. Goods he will haul
at the old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solicits the tronage of the publo.
'Feb. 22, 8653 ' 17-tf,.
THE 'COLUMBIA BANNER'
IS PUstiI9ena DAILY AT $6; Tas-WsxZLT
AT 02; AND WaXKLY AT 42,
NO FAPER WILL BE SENT FROM THE
O'FICE WITHOUT PAYMENT IN AD.
Igs circulation extends throughout this State,
and all the Southern States, and presens a
good opporunity for merchants to advertise.
Its colums are filled with the Latest News,
foreign and domestic, as fles of European pa.
pers are received weekly. The publication of
a large collection of Documeatary papers refa.
ting to our - - -
will be commenced as soon as we can arrange
The "Banner"! Offie.
Circumstances having placed us in charge of
the effice, we have made eveW arrangement to
render it one of the most compete in the coun
try, for all kinds of work. 'Ilie addition of the
fine Book Press of the late A. 8. Johnston to
our other steam power-presseu, and the Card
press, enables us to do
All kinds of work at short Notice.
nools, CARDs, IILL RwaDs,
PAMPMLETs, CiRCULAas0 I INVITATION@,
BatLrs, InANDBILL*, O5Tirta, &tc.
LAW AND EQUITY BLANKS.
Plain and Ornamental
Printing in Colors.
R. W. GIBBES, Proprietor.
T. F. GaXNExar, Printer.
Columbia' S. C.
Feb. 22, 1853. 17-tf
The subscriber having discontinued the Drug
Business will devote his whole time to the prac.
tice of medicene. Those wishing his profession.
al survices will find him at all times at his resi
dence in the Village.
R.S5. MELETT, 31. D.
Jan. 10 1853, . 1-ly.
Garden Seed ::
A full assortment of Lahdreth's war.
ented Garden Seeds, which are fresh and
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
January 25th, 1853 13-31
All those indebted to. me ly Noto or
open Account are notified to-makeirnme
diate payment by the first if March or I
hall put their Notes-and.Accouht a 'in the
hands of an officer for collection. -
0. . McROY.
Feb. Sth, 1853 Z
Havina located at the
at tfjj?.Rembhet, re'
lia protsato i-erv- V mitg and
Publiu, and hoped by attent on and atssitdbl
ty, to ibusimess to merit a share of their
confidence and support.
FISK'S M ETA LLIC COFFINS of all
sizes, constantly on band and for sale
by HUDSON & BROTHER,
Opp. TemperancesI1all Su~mterville.
June 15th, 1852 34-if
Flour ! Flour !!
Just received a large quantity and hav
ing made arrangements for a continuous
supply of flour, I will s.'ll to the citizens
of Sumter District cheaper than they can
Feb. 8th, 1853 15--tf
Draper & Tailor,
SUMTERV1LLE, S. C.,
Having permanently located himself in
thisi village, on Main Street, one door
north of Major John F. Haynsworth's resi
dence, ollb~ra his services to the citizens of
this District. He has paid much attention
to his business in the cities of Frank fort
and Paris, and if you will but give him a
trial, he promises on his part to give entire
Feb. 8th, 1853 15-tf
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
JAMES HI. DUE would respectfully
inform the citizens of Sumnterville and the
surrounding country, that he is now open.
ing a TIN MANUFACTORLY in Sum.
terville, and is now prepanred to fill all or
ders in the tin lhne. Merchants will find
it to their interest to purchase their ware
from mec as I intend to sell low and wvar
rant all that I ihell.
ROOFiNG, AGUTTERING and JOB
WORK executed wiih promptness and in
a wvorkmnanhike manner. The cash will
be expected in every instance on finishing
or delivering of every job. I intend to sell
cheap and for c.tsh only.
Feb. 8th, 1853 15-tf
The subscribers having associated them
selves together in ihen mercantile buisiness
under the firim of BUTLER & NEW BE.
R Y, would respectfully inform their frionds
and the pubiic generally, that thiry are
now receiving and opening a large anid
well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groce
ries, Boots, and Shoes, Hats an dCaps,
Hardware and Crockery, Fancy Articles,
&c. &c., which they will sell extremnely
low for cash, or to customers who will pay
11- It is unnecessary to enumerate arti
cles,'just come along seefryurev.
Y. N. BUTLER.
A. M. NEWBIERY.
At the stand formerly occupied by Mc..
Roy & Jones, one door north of the Post
Thi publfa'6 h - isto trade
for a Note-of-lind for 0 , pa at sia
months and dated 9 SepteM r 185I,' o
Messrs. W. W. & E. F. REENE & CO., as
we will not pay said Note unless compelled by
law. K. L. BROWN & CO.
March 8th, 1853 1853-4t
ALL persons are forwarned trading with or
trusting my wife, ANNA M. DEAN, on my
account, as she has left my bed and board with
out cause or provocation.
JOHN L DEAN.
March 8th, 1853 19-4t
THE Subscriber would respectfully
I Inform his old friends and the publio
Aiin. generally, that his Hotel so long known,
as the " SUITER HOUSE " is again opened,
from date, for the reception of visitors.
The internal'arrangements will undergo a
thorough repair, with as little delay as possible,
and he trusts that his attention to the comfort of
his guests, will merit a share of public patron.
age. The subscriber .has also taken charge of
the BILLIARD TABLE, and intends fitting
up the room with neatness, and will furnish t
with all the necessaries and conveniences that
lovers of the sport can reqnire.
I F. MYERS.
March 8th, 1852 . 19--f
So, Carolina-Sunter Dist.
By W. LEWIS, Esq., Ordinary for said
Whereas, Thomas H. Connors hath ap.
plied to me for Letters of Administration,
on all and singular the goods and chat
tels, rights and creditors of Elizabeth
Connors, late of the said District, deceas
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
iah all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden at Sumter
Court House qn Friday the 18th day of
March inst. to shew cause, if any, why
the said administration should not' be
Given under my hand and seal, this
8th day of March in the year of
[t..s.) our l.ord, one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-three, and in the
76th year of American Indepen
W. LEWIS, o. s.
March 8th, 1853 19-2t
By the Governor.
I1EA DQUA RT E RS
CHARLESTON, Feb. 25, 1953.
The following gentlemen having been ,ap.
pointed and commissioned Aids-do Camp to his
Excellency the Governor and Commander-in
Chief, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel,
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't and Insp'r General.
JOSEPM IIAYWAR ...
ALEXANDER C. RIC
T. BROvldA ,
UMMERiFIELD CARY, .
WM. R. DOGAN,
Mareh 8th, 1853 19-If
A meeting of the Stockholders of the Brad.
ford Springs Female Institute Company is
called to be held in Stimterville on Satur
day the 12th lnut. As important business will
be broutght forward it is hoped that all of the
stock will be represented.
W. LEWIS, President.
Marcht 8th, 1852. 19-it
Saddle & Harness Making.
Under & Sign
TIIE Subscriber still continues to solicit pa.
tronage in the above line of business, and re
turns thanks for past favors ; hut necessity
compels him, to say to thet public that it is inm
possible for im to keep hooks, so his terms are
Cas, Harter or Good Notes ; therefore, all who
do not care to comply with the above term.,
will not do wrong to withholdc their work.
W. C. DUNCAN.
March 1, 1853 18-tf
Clarke & Brother.
Who have just received per Rail Road a
line assortment of
Comprising Pickles, Preserved Fruit, Cigars,
Candies and a ch~oice lot of Chewing tobacco,
to which they invite th~e attention of the citi
gene of this District.
Fobruary 2%, 1853 17-tf
Watches, Jewelry, Etc,
RESP~ECTIFULLYA informs his friencts
that he has now on hand, and will con
stanltly keep, tan extensive assortmenmt of
Gold and Silver Watches,
MANTEL CLOCKS OF EVERY
A L A RGE VA R IE TY,
MILITAR RY AND FANL..Y
Guns, Rifles, Sportsman's Apparatus,
FINE POCKEIT &, TABLE CUTILERY,
Together with all kinds of
His stock of WVATCllE.3, CLOCKS,
SILVER WARE, antI JEWELRIY em
braces a handsome and fashionuable collec
tion of such articles. It is his design not
to be surpassed in the taste and elegance
of his selections, antd his prices will be
found on exam~iation to lbe as moderate as
at any other establishment in the South.
lie solicits a continuance of the custom
heretofore so liberally hestowed on the old
firm. I. A. YONGUE.
February 22, 1853 17--tf
All persons having demands against the
estate of Chosel Weeks, dec'd, will hand
them in duly attested as the law directs,
and all those indehted to the same will
make 'payment to
- F. ,WEEKS, Ex'or.
,Feb. 15th, 1858 6t
.Aharleston, S. ..
Wa have in conformity .with the spirit
of the times adopted in our. business the
system of low Tari and Cash Prices, and
offer to the city and .country retail and
wholesalp tradevery variety of goods in
our lind-PRINTS; MUBSLINR, SILKS,
CLOTHS, CAMSIMERES, D R E'8
GOODS-of all kinds-GLOVESHO
SIERY, &c.&c. We shall be-constantly.
receiving the latest and most fUhiowable
styles of goods,.and it is our.determination
that our stock in point of 8tyks and Assort.
ment shall be unsurpassed, nud in cheap.
ness of price unequaled by any in the cit'y
of Charleston. We have made this change
in our system of business from :bur pre.
forence to the umnall but more certain re- i
turn of the. NIaMBLSE SIXPENCE, rather,
than that of the slow shilling, and in the
belief that the .public cannot fail to per
ceive the advantagev it offers to purchasers.
Our business will be conducted so as to
ensure their entire confidence, and we ap.
peal directly to their judgment. Through
-our connections in the various markets of
Europe and of this country we possess the
ability and the wi/l to oflier extraordinary
inducements to the Consumer, the planter,.
and the Merchant.
February 8th, 1853 15-4m
(cr' We are authorized to
announce Col. JACOB F. BELSER as
a candidate to represent us in our next
February 1, 1853 14-tf
On some day last week a Note drawn by
Edwin Cater of Bradford Springs, dated about
the 18th January last, and payable in twelve
months for $220 00 and in favor of 1. 1. De
coin. All persona are forbid to trade for the
same, and any one finding and leaving it at the
oflice of this1 esper will confer a favor upon the
Feb. 1, 1853 14-tf
If any person has taken or received
through a mistake a Ban-box containing a
blue black sattin Cloak trimmed with vel
vet,. marked to Airs. Mary Birch, to the
care of General .9. R. Chandler, will con.
fer a favor by returning the same to Depot.
February 1. 1853 14-3t
All persons indebted to D. J. WINN,
by Note or open account, aro particularly
requested to come forward immediately
and make payment, and especially those of
t*o'years' standing,'as I find it impoisible
to continue my business Ionger without
pecuniary aid. D. J. WINN,
February 1, 1853 14-tf
The exercises of SUMMiERTON AC
ADEMY were resumed M~onday? 31st inst.,
under the supervision of Mr. R. K. RUt
LF.nGE. Not only a very especial regard is
had to each Student's Intellectual and
nhiysical culture, so as tqpreserve health,
boith of body and mind ; but the moral de
partment is strictly attended to. Slim
morton has long been noted for its remnarka
b4y health, arid beautiful location. It is sit
nateihree miles south-east of F'riendship
P. O. Iloatrding can tbe obtained quite
near the school at a number of places for
a reasonable rate. Thme scholastic year is
divided into two sessions, five imonths each,
with a vacation of one. week ini thme sum
mer, including the 4th of July.
TERMiS PER QUARTER.
Orthography, Reading, Writing,
English Girammer, Primary Ge
ograp~hy, Arithmetic, Declamnia- 84 00
tion,and English Composition,J
Algebra, Geometry, 8urveying, 6 00
Natural Philosophy, &c.
Latin and Greek, - - - 8 00
February 1, 1854 14--et
Spring and Summer
FOR THlE SOUTHERN MARKET.
JAMES WILDE, JR.,
(Late of the firms of C. T. Longstreet &
Co., and Wilde, Bates & Taylor), still con
tinues to hol out at the old stand
04 ANassau-Street, New York.
where he will have in readiness, both for
early and late purchasers, the largest and
choicest stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
to be found in the Unitcd States. Imiport.
ing his Goods, togathier with his perfect
knowledge of the Ihome Markets, gives him
thme greatest facilities of gettinug uip his
stook at thio Lowest Rate<, and in the La
test Styles. The patrons of the above wvill
do well to examine our stock before pur
New York, February 1, 1853 14--2m
New York Clothing
Bates, Taylor & Co.
Hating taken the large rooms
Nos. 23 amnd 25 DEY STREET,
(ove- L. anid V. Kirby & Co.,) would beg
to ciall the attention of the patrons of the
late concerns of C. T. Longstreet & Co.,
and Wilde, Bates & Taylor, and others, in
thme trade, to their
Stock Of Clothing.
The favorable reputation whtch has al
ways attended thetr manufacture, it will he
their endeavor to sustain, and no ef'orts
will be spared to give customers enitire sat
The Books, &c., of the late firm- of C.
T. Longstreet & Co., and Wilde, lhates
& Taylor, are with them for settlement;.
and all personsiiaving butsinoss conngted,
therewith, are invited to cal. on them '
d e whih we hee iumer A: 9
Plain oltore Ca iton Cre sSItauIlt* P.
3uperfine Cant Crape Shawls with dmrsheavy
Hinges Rich Embroidered Cant C Shawle,
uprdnoe Frech and Berli Wrl --~a
ryne and Bar State. Dou I sur rasd s;61 .
Lo ftKawls,f the:a i' p e
ryIM squar Wo 1e hWini
yl es: ISantag, Jenny lna, ieo&d.I
Jater., French Ebroideve Thi1M, N h
worke4, Janiquard "loom warked ',nd plai .
Phibet Shawls in choice variety. Enbroi ered
'anton -Crape," Broohor-*ked and'Paris
wrinted Mantles and Soarfs.,
Plais and Figured BLtACK'Ga0'0 RLot%
ILKs, Plain coloredgro'd Nap'and Marceline
Hilks ; Striped and Plaided ;WashSilki; Plain,
Figured, Stiped ano Plaid Mous. Dinii-h
he latest styles and richers dyes. Scotch and
English printed d'laines of.the handsomest pa
rons. Plain Paris. Mous.'D'Laines in all va
iety of colors. Pasdt GaMAN and -Exo
LSH Max:nos of the motsperiorqualitics and
:olors. French and: FEnglish Chinta patron
allcoes. Best quplties and makes of Ameri
an -Prints. Col'd Organdies,- French Crape
Lies, Bareges, Crape D'pars .lllusions; Silk
'issues, &c., for evening and Hall wear. . Also
Just received, 132 of beautifully Embiroidered
Swiss Muslin Robe patron Drr-sis, each one
iavang a Fashion Carn attached.
Exra super Fauxxc NzsztDL CauixTTas
of the richest descriptions, and finest quality.
Prices from 37 14 to $10 a piece.
Richest and latest styles French necdle'work
LACK and MusLIM COLLARS in a very large
Superb NEE9DL Ex'MuooasinD Ltxxx
CAusric HANDKKRCHNISVSalso a superioras
sortment of plain ditto. I
Cambric and SwisS MUsLI Epoouvs.
FR.IT.S,BAND, InsssaTInos, &C., of the best
- 'e.and newest styles of Imported Needle
Superfine White, Black and Col'd, WORST.
ED AND LAMBS WOOL Stockings, of the
best English manufacturers.
Extra Colored, White and Black, English.
SruR SILK Stockings. Best qualities Eng
lish MORAvIAN SToCcNos, Black and Slate,
Colored. Extra fine and heavy qurlities im
% rted French and English SILK- STOCKINGS,
ack and White.
Finest qualitjes Ftxacu Liur.m TumRxA,
Open Cloked and plain Stockings. Blahk, Sla te,
Blue Mixed, Mode Colors and Superior quali
ties White English Stockings of the celebrated
From France and Royal Brown, Brands.
Extra Fine,and heavy qualities of Gentle-.
mena's UNDEa SIRTS and l)aAwuast of Lambs
Wool, Saxony, Mierina and Stockinet. Im-'
ported, LADIES UNnEK Vzs'rs or Merino and
GauZe Lamb. Wool. LADIES AND GeNT
GLovEs, of Silk, Merino, -Kid, Lisle Thread,
Kid make Silk, Segovia, Cotton and other de
scriptions. Large and f1ll assortment of GEN
TLEUIENS, FAsshoNAD&E SHIaTs,- COLLARS,
CRAVATS, AND POCKET 1IANDEIMcuIIEPS.
BLANaTas London Bath, Duffield's and
Whitney Blankets, FLANNELS, Welch Salis
bury, French Merino and, English Flannels.
Superfine Embossed Cloth and Victoria Da-*
masks, TASLE ANs PIANO CoVERS.
Best qualities of Brown-and' White TAnLt
DAMASas, Doylis', NArziNs,. TowXsL, AND
IaiSSu LINENS AND SiusrINss, OF OUa OWN
DIRc-r I' ORTATIoN.
.. COTTON Goons, Tickins; 3.4- 4-4 and 12-4
Brown Sheetings, Best qalities of Long Cloths,
Sheetinga. Cambrics, buslins, Checks, Ging
hams, batinets, Cassimeres, Vestings, Broad
Cloths, &c, &c. -
-it will be worth your while to call and er
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
W Jd JACOBI 'r. SON, -
291 King-st., (Bend) oIp. -e Big lool.
Rtler A Newbery,
ARIE now receiving a general assort
ment of GROCERIBB 'cionsting in part
as follows: :
Brown C. and Crushed Sugars-; -
Rio and Cuba Coffee -
Cuba and Trickle Molasses; ;
Sugar House Syru ;
Colgate's superior k ancy Soap; ;
Fresh Cluster Rasens; ;
Hlyeon Tea ;
Chnrleston steam refined Candy ;
Sperm, Ada'tine and Tfallow Candles;
Flour and Rice ;
Butter, Soda and Sugar Crackers;
Sardines, Pickles, Preserves, &c ;
Powder and Shot;
Tobacco and Segars, &c. &c. All of
which we will sell extremnely lowv for cash.
Jonuary 25th, 1853 13-S3t
Suunterville, S. C.
Respectfully Informs the people of Sumn-..
ter District that he lhas just receive.] and E
now offers for sale the best selected andJ~
nmost choice stock of,
Fail and Winter Goodat
That has ever been brought to this market.
lie has received many new styles of Fall and
Winter Goods, which purchasers vrould do
well to examine befosre buaying elseewhere.
'Black, lus,G~reen and mined Broad-Clothes,
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres- Satin, Velvet,
and Silk Vesting., Boys andi Mena Caps, &c.
A full and large supply of Hosiery, Gloves,
Suspenders, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, &c. &c.,
all of which will be sold on the most liberal
terms, and at prices to suit the times.
3;F Garments mannfactured by the subscri
ber, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or
ders fronm a distance promptly attended to.
He may be founid at t he stand formerly oc
cupied by A Conway, and more recently by
Nov. 27, 1852 . 5 a
D. J, WINN,
Has just received from Baltimore and Now
York, a large and wveil selected stock of
B~roadclotlms, Onssinteres ad
the finest and best that has ever been brought
to this market.
Ready mad. Clothing for Gents' and Youths,
of every qnality and dlescrip.tion. Having se
lected the Goods, and had them mad. up to or
aer, lhe can warrant the work.
Every description and quality of Gloves; Dross
Hats madle up to order; Caps, Silk Cravats,
Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs and Neck Triea,
Linen Shirts, do. Colla'rs, Mlerino Undershirt.,
do. Drawers, with eve~ article that is worn by
gentleman, which he ofiers on reasonable tetrns
and solicits a call from his old customers, and
the citixens of the District gerally.
Sumterville, Nov. 15th, j823--tf
T1he subscriber has -removed his sehop
near to the Rail [toad Depot, where heo to
ready to do any work in his line at short
notice. Term. cash, or when accounts
tare made at all, they muat be settled over3
tht-eo months, -
, Persons not disposed pyca
the above terms, il . daseta*os6 Ai
[E - -
Feb. 6 -
umnone...J. DIN j --
fo-r Clerk of the Cbur#
-0:' Mr. Ed neo1i
nounce:Mr. J. 4.4 6C(E n
date for Clerk'of the
District, and oblige
April 13, 1852. X.
JOHN F. JUNE,anuet
date oi Sheri of
Nov. 12th, 1803 ~
.to annotilice As .QOs~
for Sheriff of Sumntetj
ing election. -
December 21, 1852
To all whom it mag' Uonce' fe
-AS no on may-be dIe
cause of complaint. Theubed
notice that-he will invariabr j
any manner of distincton'
of h;s She:ifality strictaijr
That an yand'infdes'6
erty levied on, must m ccotia
ty to Sunterville, or : gt
delivery on the next sa day
That every levy dmade, rwilld
posed of on the second sale.
unless rettled. ..
That all the Executint t
must be settled ins'omog
fore Court, as he does'niot'Ip *
ruled and gulled by fals ith
unsubstantial and unsati I
will not save the:Sheriff a
from ruin, truth is truth and W in
do tyhat he says. -
Jan 18th, 1853
(Nearte D t
Housl ernitoredn ~ 4~
eat nd best manner. .AI lthi"
trial. He guarantee. to ieb ,*
faction. ~-fAll order~fodi' "
promptly attended to.
THIS Par having been emoed
den, and paed under the
control of te. subscriber, willb tl~
gularly overy week on and'ie te6taa
$'he peris designed ss
Cause of Tem rance, embrcn
and or nia on: It wl beK
famit ourna alcutaral F
aim of the present prpltorwiltea
in every epPt wo the-eo~isx
port, not onl of Temperaeen
It Is earnestly pod'iasa rh
terest in is success, wilt at one, U
Iluence to accomplish its permanent es
TERtMS--TYWO DOLLARSIN A~v~
Srtfi.rptions for six monthai rirett
same rate. In each case, the causa
panty the order and oilletters b
pected to beoprepaid. '9-~
IWfThose who have pId she
rieptor In advanee for teya
furnished with the per tuntilth bm
they have paid expire.. The aeui
having been transee to. th~ us~bw
who are in arrears will obli -
the amount iminediate.Mrs~-~
THIO. J.WARREN, C.ds~
Desember 24, 1852. . 1
r. rcaed that fine and ~rtoi
GAREE boUsE, it will e
ted as " JA NNEY'S OT~
In announcing this to
proprietors feel hat 4.t is
present in detail the- kuc
vantages which this -Hot#1' p
location, ste comnmodioneause
provemonts contempltd a )4
manager., will, they felItsfe~j~
the travellinjf comltunity-ati he*a
tel in Columbia which will 'i~vt
rank among the best itt the count~.
comfort cerhvenience* and apei~
first class Hotels In the Uiid i
be found at JANNEY'SH T
effort ona the part of the por
wanting to render it worth ofy h~!
of the State.
Mr. JANNEY and Mi''I 4
wvell known by the visi19ft at.tj?
can Ho11 will alwas .60%tr ~ '
posts,, and If unrenin te~
dut ios they have asgumn , ~
tee of satiafaction~a thavre
in m~ig ittotb 4u
Omnibusses and th -
of the Hotel pinted'nw,
to Jannoy's 1ttel, in4
faithful in the onV~n
and from the varlotsa4