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S0"'lie 19th tilt., there arrived
at .it. Louis, via New-Orleans, about
three hundred and thirty persons,
, ormons, on their way to Salt Lake,
chiefly from England. The St. Louis
Republican. learns from Mr, Wheelock,
late presiding elder of the Church in
that city, an just returned from Eng
land, that there are six more ships on
the way, hiefly freighted with niem
bers oftthis Church and their families.
H1e estimates thenilmber expected by
those ships at from -twenty-five hun.
dred to three thousand. Ie is advised
(f th1 arrival of a ship at the Balize
with about three hundred persons from
Denmark. .Arrangements are making
for the transportation from Eu rope
next year, of- about ten thousand. -
The growth of this body is one of the
most singulair novelties of the day.
CURE FOR ToOTIACn.-Mr. James
Baton, of Aairdrie, says: Gum Copal
when dissolved in chlorofarin, forms an
excellent compound for stuf'ing the I
holes of 'decayed teeth. I have used it
very frequently, and the benefits my
patients have- derived from It have
been tr-uly astonishing. The applica
tion is simple and easy. I clean out the
hole, and moisten a little piece of cot
ton with solution; I introduce this into
,the decayed part, and in every in
stance the relief has been almost instani
taneous. The chloroform removes the
pain, and the gum copal resist the
action. of the saliva; and as the appli
cation is so agreeable, those who may
labor under this dreadful malady would
db well t& make a trial of it.-E.
.Paper.
APPOINTMaw'T by the PRESIDENT.
Br AND WITH tH1E CoNsENT OF THE SEN
AT.-Myer Jacobs, Surveyor at Chiar
leston, South Carolina) vice Willaiin
Y. Leitch, removed.
John, J. Martin, ofSouth Carolina,
to be Secretary of the Legation of the
United. States to Peru.
-The pnbmpt appointment of Mr.
Sidell as minister to Central Ameri
ca- shows that the rdmninistration is
quite as willing as the British govCrn
rnent is, to settle all tie difbculties
among those States, and tims to se
cure the speedy construction of the con
templated Niavagna Canal, upon the
scale .originally intended,
'OBITUARY,
UtED atbis 'residence in Darlington
Diistrict on the '20th inst,, Rrv. Acs -
N'wDERiRT, after 4n illinvss of tel -days,
Fron- the information which the wri
ater has been able to collect, lie pre
sents the following brief sketeh of
his life,,
-Rev. Mrs NEwnanr, was boAn on
the 23rd day of Jniuary. A. D.
_tA5-99. le was n native orNorth Car
-oma but became a resident of thijs
-Ste whven but a youth. W hile hnb
its of atte-ition ;antd industry in busi
ness wrbe inculcated, the religious in
at.tieion of his youthful mind, was
.ot-o~e ooted le gave ieed to
t*i insplred injunction "remember
se'wghy Creaton~" n~nd in the 20th
yo'r elf his age, secured that renov-a
tioni of-h's moral nature, without which
nwone cali. be happy, or properly pre
pared for the duties of life, lIe be
came a memnbr of the Methodist Epis
copal Olitrch; filled the otile of Class
Leader in tihe Churchl, received license
to exhort; and in the autum of 1825 was
authorized to preach the Gospel of
Christ. His character antd quialifica
tions were such, as to rendert lhim an
acceptable laborer- in the Charebh, aund,
having the confidence of the br-ethiren,
he -was promoted to the (if ice of
Deacon in the year 1832.
A controversary arose in the Meth
odist ]2piscopal Church respecting
Church piety, which fially r-esutlted int
the organization of the Methoudist
Protestant Church in 1830. Mr. NEW
DInW manifested a good degree of ini
terest in this controversv, and1 acqupain
ted himself with the poiants at issue,
sufficiently' well to - induce him to dis,
connenti himself from the Methodist
Episcopal Chiurch, and become associ
ated with' tlie. Methodist P'rotestant.
Chmui-h. In November 1837, lhe ap
plied for administration to nmembe~r
ship, in the Georgia Annual Conference:
was received, and at the same timeit
and place wvasappoinited anid ordained
an 'Elder in the Church. To the initer
est of the church of his choise he was
eindently devoted. Hie regarded her,
-s *et'in ''word only, but in deed."
. Her doctrines,' usages and piety, re
eeived from him a cor-dial support.
the confidence which the church rep~os
ed in hini has been shown, among oth
er things, in the trusts confied to his
care, while acting as Pr-esident of the
Annual conference, and as a R epresen
ta-tive in the General Conference.
Buit his work is done; his race is enided.
The disease which terminated in the
death of Mr. NEw1JERY a~ffectedl his
head considerably, so that, at times,
his rnind wvas wandering. Yet, to use
Shis own expression-'when reason as
sumed hor sway,' his' views were clear,
especially Iii reference to his readiuness
to leave this world9 Tlhoughm desir-ous
to remain on' account of his famnily and
the church, till' he was ready to 'de
part and be with Christ,' the language
of his he-art was 'the will of the Lord
be done.' H-e died in peace. Ilis bo
dy was intbrred in the grave yard at
St. Paul's Church, to await the call
of the last- loud trumpet. May he
rest in peace..- To his family, friends
and thm6- Churech, let mnc say in the
words of -St. Paul, 'Sorrow not as
those who-have not hiope.' Allowing
he ha& imperfections, fronm which no
one0 of-Adafli's race is entirely free;
still,.be entteated to think on and imi
~tate is vir~ties, live to glorify your
mnaker se he did, that your 'last end
muayk-'like -his.'- -
'The C urchm'u loss we all deploro,
'Ahd shdd theo failing tear,
Since we- shall see his face no more
. Tilljt Jesus shall appear.'AFiND
SPECIAL NOTICES.
L notller ScIentiflic Wonder I
IMPORTANT TO DYsPErTIcS.
]Dr. J. S. lloughton's Pepsin, the true DI.
estive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared from
tennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
lirections of Baron Liebig, the great Physiolo
:ical Chemist, by J. S. ioughton, M. D., Phil.
lolphia. Thin is truly a wonderful remedy for
udigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
>laint, Constipation and Debility, curing after
iature's Own Method, by Nature's Own
\gent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain
ng Scientific evidence of Its value, furnished
my agents, gratile. Sao notice among the medic.
lvertisements. 8-y.
Iloofland's German 11i1tters.
Hundreds of our citizens complain of debili
y and langour of the system, derangement of
lie liver and stomach, want of appetite, &c.
hey aro frequently the result of too close ap.
>lication, and a thousand other causes we can
hot here name ; but we would say to all afflict;
d, do as we have dote-get a bottle or two of
)r. Hoofland's German flitters, prepared by Dr.
rackson, and our word for it you will be cured.
Ve recommend this medicine, knowing from
xperience that It Is much supnrior to the gene.
ality of patent medicines. We would say to
ur readers, purchased none unless prepared by
)r. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. July I
Polsonhaiig.
Thnusands of parents who use Vermifuge.
omposed of Castor Oil, CaJouiel, &c., are not
ware jthat while they appear to benefit the pa
ient, they are actually laying the foundation for
series of diseases, such as salivation, los of
ight, weakness of lismbs, &c.
In another column will be found the adver
Isement of flobensack's Medicines, to which
ve ask the attention of all directly interested
a their own as well as their Children's health.
nt Liver Complaints and all disorders ariing
rum those of a bilious type, should make time
of thd only genuine medicine, lobensack's
Liver Pills.
t' " Be not dceciced," hut ark for liohen
ack's Worm Syrup Liver and Pills, and the
e-rve that each has the signature of the Proprie.
r, J. N. IIonz'sAcK, as none e.lse are genuine
Agust. 10. 42-1y.
South Carolina,
Sumter District.
IN EQUITY.
Alsey H. Ramsey Bill for Par
vs. tition of Real
Villiam Adkerson, Estate Mason
et' al. Spears.
IT appearing to my satisfaction 'that
William Adkerson, Sarah Adherson. Mar
raret Adkerson, H1amptoni Spears, Janes
. Spears, Penelope Crabtree and -
2rabtree, her husbiiand, Amelia White and
Vhite her husband. Ahnira Sites,
tnd Sites, her husband, John Col
ins and Martha Butler and - Butler,
ier husband, parties Defendants in the said
:nse, all reside beyond time limits of time
State. It is ordered that the said parties
lo appear and plead, demntur, or answer to
lie saiid Bil within three months from time
irst publication of this order, and faillin
o do so, the said bill will be taken pro
-onfesso against them.
W. I,. B. IIA YNSWORT H,
Comi'r Eq. S. D.
April 4th 1853 23-3in
$20 REWARD,
WILL be paid for th~q dehviery
ni Summmtervil l, Kmi,tree, or
Georgetownm hli!' of mym \'eg, .')l,
mn um *A A l(ON,"' whom mimsen idd
room miy plaiitamion mi Georgown wi I.s.
rict about luur weeks sinice. 5.aid felloiw
s aboumt 5 feet 101 inch les mn heights ramiher
ibove the usual siz.e, andihif me black, ha
sinsIllemn appeamrancie. bumt ainswers quick ly
vbenm spomkeni to. Ile hias oni thie top of his
elt footL (I thinik) ilie mark of a cut re
~eived from anm nxe,~ whmen a bomv~.
T'he subscriber has siiceie'm renion to
melieve thamt lie is hia rbou'tred byv negrrmes oni
lie premnises of WV. W. Blradford, Esq ,
our imiles below Summterville.
A. A. McGINNEY.
A pril .5th, 18->3 2:J-2t
0. CAROLINA---SUMTEi'iR D)ST,
fly IV. L E IN'm, Es i., O)rdinary fir said
Whemream, C. M1. iliicharsonm hath applied
mm ime for Intters of Admiinisrati~on, on
dil andu simg kmr time goods anid chat tles,
-ightis an td creditors of J. 1B. ltichardsonm,
ate of time said I.hm..trict , decceaseil.
Theirse are, therefore, to cite amid admun-.
shi all andl simgatr, thme k indmred andi c rei
mirs of time s:m d dleceasedi. to bie andii apnear
>efiure me a: ouri mnexm Ormihna ry's Court for
lie .umamlI ) mmeiril to be i'hlen at Saunter
m'iirt H ouise omn Frida.y i le I15th day oif
A~pril inist., to show~i catuse, it anyv, why
lie said admministration should not be granmt
d.
Given uinder my hand anid seal, tih a
. imh(lay of April ini time year of
.L. s.] ouir Lord. one thousand eight hunm
dreid anrd fifty.-three, andi in time 77thI
year of American Indhependence.
WV. Ll EWIS, o. s.mn.
April 5th, 1832-2
Increased Stock
BY
John O'Connor.
Whor has moade nmew improvements anti
:onsierably cniirgeid his stimre, andii is nmow
receiving freshi gomods bmy every train of
are and offers to thme public Imor thme suim-.
tier imonthms the followmg articles low for
lee Cream and Lemonamde, (daily') Ice,
Dranges, Lemoims, Pme Apples amid all thme
tropmicalI frtuits; alsoi a finet amssimnt ofmi i
Trobacco and Cigars, with it choiice hit of
F'amnily Groceries, also a large stock of
DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled Sahnoni amnd Preserves, Flour of
thme best brands warrantied, also a large lot
of Baconi of which lhe receives a tmew stip
ply weekly. All of which lie giiruaranees
to sell at the lowest rates for cash.
A pril 5ith, 1853 23--tf
Executor's Notice,
All persons havinig demnandsh againist thmo
Estato of tho late Col. John J. Moore ot
Sumter District, are requceile to hmand
them in properly attested to the subsacri
bradalthoso indebted wvill make
payment to the same.
J. B. MOOlm, Eectr
J. S. MOORE, Eeuos
March.15th. 1853J 90-r
Bank of SBmtervile.
The undersigned, Comrnisiloners ap
pointed by the Comptrolleri General'tr
open books of subscription to the Capi
tal Stock of "The Bank of Sumterville,'
will attend for that purpose at the store ol
Capt. T. D. Frierson, in Surnterville, be
tween the hours of 9 A. M. and 4 P. M.,
from the fourth day of April next until the
1st day of July next, unlesa the capital stock
shall have been previou- ly nuhscribed.
Capital $300,M). Shares $25 each.
Five dollars in specie, or the bills of specie
paying Banks, to be paid on each at the
time of subscribing
The charter declares it shall not he law.
ful for any person to subscribe for shaurea
in the namo of other persons.
W. F. B. IJAYNSWORTH,
T. D. FRIERSON,
A. J. MOSES.
March 18th, 1853.
The following gentlenen have been ap.
pointed Commissioners to open books oi
subscription to the said Bank, on the above
stated conditions, at the following places,
viz:
W. C. DUKEs,
At Charleston, ELISnA CARSON,
JAMEss M. CALDW.ELL
R. W. GiBDES,
At Columbia, E. J. ARTHuR,
J. C. WALKER.
W. M. SHANNON,
At Camden, W. T. CASTOn.
A. M. KENNEDY.
ALEX. DUNLAP,
At Lancaster c it. Jons WILLIAas,
J. Hd. WITHEnarooN.
Joinx A. Mooni,
At Cheraw, GEo- 11. MCIVER,
D. MA LOy.
N. Putt.m.rs,
At Marion c it. . B. WHEELER,
A. McINTYRE.
T. B. IAYNSWORT1I,
At Darlington c n E. V. C ARLE.,
J. 11. Noawuon.
E. J. PORTER,
At Kingstree, SAM'L MATII.wS.
A. IsAAC McKNIGHT
The said Comnmisioners will keep oper
the said books within the times above spe.
cified, unless they shall be notified to close
them by the Comnmissioncrs at Sumter.
ville.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTHI,
T. D. FRIERSON,
A. J. MOSES.
March 22, 1853 21-tf
Runaway.
LODGED in Suinmterville Goal on the
81h March 1853, a yellow man, says hie
name is JOHN, and that he belonigs tc
Alexander Shaw of Mississippi, and thal
he formerly bielonged to Mr. Ramsy ol
Samter District. Said blave appea'rs te
be about forty years old.
JOHN C. RHAME, S. S. D.
March 15th, 1853 20--tf
Lodged,
In Sumnter Goal on the 10th inst., a ne.
gro man-says his name is PRINCE, an,
that he belontrs to Mrs. Cameron of
Charleston, S. C. le is about sixty vears
of age. JOHN C. RHANfE',
S. S. D.
March 15h, 1853 20-1 f
Ohoa-p Gropry,
THE Subscriber having opened a gro
cery uderneath the Townm Hall, desigmi
keeping constantly on hand, a supiply o
heavy articles, such .as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour
RICE, B3UCKW~HEAT, MOLASSE.
VINEG;AR, BACON. LA RD), BUTTER
CH EESE, M ACKER EL. SA LT, SOAP
CANDLES, POT'ATluES, &c. &c.
In fact little ot ahineot everythiing that i:
good tio eam; all of whlmich wdul tie sold low
for cash, or in exchange for country pro
duce. lHe promiises to attend to his owi
business, and hopes by a' tending strictly
thereto, to rece:ve a lbberal share of pa
tronage. J M. CHIAND~LER.
Miirchi 15th, 1853 .0-tf
JOHN N. NEVIN,
SUAUTJRVZLLE, S. .
(Nonr the Depot.)
Painting, Gilding, and
Bronsing.
Gilding on Gold and1
Silver, and Graining
ALSO,
Hiousehold lPurnituire done iup in) the neat
est and best manner. All be ails C ~
triail. lIhe gn-.ranhiics t.o we~ .:;: 2..
Watches, Jewelry, Etc.
RESP'ECTF1~U[LLY iinioms hi s frioe'
that heu has now on ha nit, andi w in n
staunt ly keep, an extenskei i assorimn of0
Gold and Silver Watches
1A NTEWL GbCLOCS 0OF El'ER I
V ARIE TY.
A LA RUG F V A RI Ely,
AJILIT A RY .AN]) FL.15 Y
Guns, Rifles, SptJortsmn's Apparatu.,
Togeither wvith all kimds of
Fancy Articles.
IlIi stock ot WVATCH.E.8i, CL.OCKS
SI LVER WA RE, and .JE\VEL.RY ein~
hrdces a han dsoimie anmd faishioiiabl col lec
ton ot siieh art icles. It i., his designi m.
o lie siirpi:issed mn t he taste and elepneiiu
of his select ionii, nmi his pric' e dl b
tuinini on ex un-niatui to be. as~ mioi.rne a
at any ibier ''st.ibbshmu -ni im lil' .,iun:h.
Ilec sehein. a conitminmeu 01 the' enistu:
heretoufire iso ibeirall b1 estowent 'n thle ,,t
firm. Rt. A. YONGUE.
February 22, 1853 17-t f
Law Notice.
J. B. N. HAMMEhT,
ATTO)RNEY' AT' LA W.
SUMTER~IVIL4LE, S. C.
Office ..ext door to J. B. & Rt. C. Webb'
New Y'ork Store.
March 22 1853 21...t r
By the Gvo i6id N
IIEADQUAR TE RS,
CHARLESTON, Feb. 25, 1853.
The following gentlemen having been ap
pointed and commssioned Aids-do Camp to hi
Excellency the Governor and Commauder-in.
Chief, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel,
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
Bly order.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't and lnsp'r General.
JOSEPH HAYWARD,
ALEXANDER C. IMICE,
BENJAMIN T. BROCKIIAM,
JOSEPH STONEY,
SUMMEIIFIELD CARY,
WM. R. DOGAN,
March 8th, 1853 19-tf
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Horse Hecad.
TiIlF, Subscriber still continnies to solicit pa
tronage ini thme atbovo line of business, anid re
tmurns thanumks for past favors ; hot necessita
compels hlm to may to the pulic that it is iw
posuiible for him to keep books, so his terms mar
Cash, Biarter or Good Notes ; therefore, all whi
e do not care to comply with the above torms
will not do wrong to withhold their work.
Marek 1, t r53 1a-,r
F 0 SElE
HE REAL, and personalpo of
the BRADFORD SPRNE FE.
MALE INSTITUTE COMPANY, will
be sold at Sumterville, on the first Mon
day in May next. The tract where on the
Buildings are Located, about FIVE HUN.
DRED ACRES, with all the Personal
Property attached to the INSTITUTE,
will be sold together. on a credit of one,
two, three and four years; the reht of the
Lands consisting of about SEVEN HUN.
DRED ACRES, will be sold on a credit
of one two and three years.
By order of the Stockholders,
WILLIAi LEWIS, President.
March, 28th, 183. 22. 1m.
G00DS
To Suit the Season,
At prices to suit the
T I M E S.
The subscribers having received a large
and WELL SELECTED NTOCK,
embracing every variety and style of goods,
consistimg of a great many articles too nu
merous to mention; but if you will just
honor them with a call, they will take
much pleasure in showing their goods, and
fathermore feel convinced that as regards
" CHEAPNESS " they cannot be sur
passed by any houno in town.
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
Sumterville. March 29th. 1853.
DANIEL JONES,
Machinest and Gunsmith,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Stewn-saw Mills put up in a work
Lnnlike manner, &c. dc.
Mr. JONES gives notice to the citizens
of this and the adjoining Districts that lie
will execute any work in the above line at
short notice. He only asks of you a trial,
courident that lie can give satisfactioit, he
waTants all his work, and respectfully so
licits a share of patrinage. lie may be
always found at T. J. Coghlan's Black.
smith shnp near the depot of the W. & M.
Rt. Road. Cash is expected in every in
stance.
March 29th 1853 22-3t
Notice.
All persons indebted to 0. P. McROY
& CO., are notified to call and settle with
them in Suinterville without delay.
0. P. McROY & CO.
March 22, 1553 21-3t
Last Notice.
The undersigned give notice to those
who are still indebted to him by note or
account, at reitrn day, he will be comnpell.
ed to place tbenm in the hands of an Attor
ney for collection. Come forward and save
cost. D. J. WINN.
March 22, 1853 21-tf
For Sale.
1 Shares of ilining'on and Man
1 chester Rail Roal Company Stock
for sale, any person desirous of purchasiiig
said stock will pie ise call on the subscri.
ber at his office in Sumterville.
J. B. N. HAM MET,
Attorney.
March n2, 1853 21-~f
French Lessons,
MONS THI1~ot)IltE will trive in
st ruc*tion in. ins naitve haiguage, beginning
fromi M. nd~ay, M~larch 21st, of which lie
respetcttully miformi. the Ladies and Gen,
le'neii of Sumitervillec anid neighborhood.
For further pairticuilars please apply to hiimi
at M r. Chiuna's h102el.
March 22, 1853 21--tf
Rail Road Notice,
Office W. & 1M. R- R. Co.
Wilmingion, N. C.,
March 15th, 1853.
The STOCK l1Uld)EItS oi the \V..
intgton and Manmchester Rail Road 'Com.
pa ny a r' hereby intiied thai the SEV
ENTEENTHI lustalment oif Five Dollars
per share' is reqmiired to be paid omi the first
daiy of A prul t85, amid thie IG H GITE ENTlH
inustaliimint of Five IDollars per share is
reqmtred to he paid on the tirst day of July
1853. By ,order of the Board of Direc
tors.
JOIIN MACRAE, Jr.,
Tireasurer.
M airch 2A2, 18553 21-3w
g- \Vatchman, copy 3i weeks
$25 Reward,
4 RI N A W AY. on last Saturda.y
ihie lih bimst., imy boy R IChIARD,
inswe.rs to the namie of D)ICK, a
white imulatto about tive feet ~3 or 'I
inenes hi., tolerablly stout built, and about
twenty-live years old, with straight light
colored short hiair, has a very sulky ap.
peairaiice, aiid answers quick anid short
when spoken to. WVhen lie left he had on
a black over-coiat and a pair of common
negro clothI patnts, a low crown (dove color.
edi fnrd hat. TIhe boy has a very dowtn
look-I have had thle woird " Slav e "' writ
ten moi his fure-hieaa with India Ink, jnsi
abhove thie .ye-bhrows, hionighI I have oic
louti lie wiull try to hide it biy iting some,.
hinig aro~uiid his head or he may put1 i
plaster over it. le will be certain to r
and pass for a white man. TI'he above re.
ward oif TIwenity-live D~ollars will tie paid
for his dlelivery mi any Jail in the State.
JAMES LOWRy.
Braidleyville P. 0. Siiiiter District.
HP Thme Black River WVatchiman, Caiii
den Jo'urnal!, Da;irlintg.o Flag, Marion Star
Co l uiibia linner, copy live ilm'es, andti
Charleston, Merroiry and the Georgetowri
1'ee Dee Tones pubbsh once a week fo1
hive weoks.
Webb Clark's Hotel,
S UilTERi VILLE, S. c.,
.TIlE sub~scribor would respect
S ftully in formi hiis patrons atid the
putbbec generally, that lie is stil
prepamred to accomiimdatn all w hio gi
him a call, at the old stand, at reasonabb(
rates. is servanits aire active and~ attein
tive, his tabile shall he well su ppned wit I
the best the niarket will allemrd, and all the
domestic arranogemients of his est atbhsh
mtent shall he orderly and neat. lie re
pectfully solicits a share of patronage.
WVEBB1 CLARK,
Proprietor.
March 22. 1653 21-_f
Draer&Taot
S UMNT ER .IL}.E. S . C .
Having permas'nently located himself in
this village, on Main Street, one door
north of Majr.Jolin F. lljy'Worth's resi
dende, oiferg his serviceis to the citizens of
this District. lie has paid rimuch, attention
to his business in the -cities of Frank fort
and Paris, and if. yon will but give hint a
trial, he promises on lis part to give entire
satisfaction.
Feb. 8th, 1853 16-tf
New Tin and Sheet'-ron
Ware Manufactory.
JAMES II. DUE would respectfully
inform the citizens of Surtierville and the
surrounding countrv, that he is now open
ing a TIN MANOPACTORY in Sun.
terville, and is now prepared to fill all oi
ders in the tin hnr.. Merchants will find
it to their interest to purchase their ware
from ne as I intend to sell low itid war
rant all that I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTERING and JOB
WORK executed with promptness and in
a workinanlike manner. The cash will
be expected in every instance on finishinlg
or delivering of every jnh. I intend to sell
cheap and for tal only.
Feb. 8tih, IS33 15-t f
MYERS' HOTEL.
THE Subscriber would respectfully
inform his old friends and the public
g,-ntrll y. that his H[otel so long known
as the " SUMT5ER HOUSE " is again opened,
from date, for the reception of visitors.
The internal arrangements will undergo a
thorough repair, with as little delay as pomIble.
and he trusts that his attention to the comfort of
his guests, will merit a share of public patron
age. The suhscriber has also taken charge of
the BILLIARD TABLE, and intends fitting
up the room ivith neatness, and will furnish it
with all the necessaries antd conveniences that
lovers of the sport can require.
F. MY ERS.
March 8th, 1852 19-f
FAMILY STORES,
BY
Clarke & Brother*
Who have just received per Rail Road a
fine assortment of
Fancy Groceries.
Compri-ing Pickles, Preserved Fruit, Cigars,
Candies and a choice lot of Chewing tolmccrnf
to which they invite the attention of the citi
zens of this District.
February 22, 1853 17-if
Dry Goods for Cash.
W. G. BANCROFT & co
253 KING STREET,
ChaeIC1ona, S. C. .
WE have in conornity with the spirit
of the times adopted m our busimiess the
systen of low Trn and Cash Prices, and
offer to the city and country retail and
wholesale trade every variety u goots in
our line-I'IRINTS, MUSLINS, SILKS,
BO BAZINES, SIHA WLS, LINENS,
CLOTIS, CASSlMAERS, 1) It E 's
GOODS-of all, linds-GLOV ES, 110
SIERY, &c.&c. Weshnll be constantly
receivia r the iWtest.,d mnott fat-lioni.e
styles of goozw, anti it is our ueertimaiuon
that our stock in point of Nyles and Assort
nment shall be unsurpassed, and in cheau
ness of price unequalled by any in the ciiy
of Chiarleston. We have mzade this chan~ge
ini our system of buitness fromi our lire.
ferenice to Ihe small hItnt mn're certain re
turn. of the NIMBULI SIXP~ENCE, rather
than that of the slow shti;IinL'. and in thei
belief that the pubti cannot fad to per
ceive the advatage's it offers to purcha.-ers.
Our business will be conducteil so as to
ensture their entire confldcuce, and we ap
peal1 irectly ho their judgmient. T'hroughi
our c''nnectinnls in the varilt-s tnarke~ts of
Europe and of this country we possess the
ab~ility andi the eil to oie extraordinary
inducemnents to the Consum.,er, the Planter,
and the Meahant.
February 8th, 18S53 15-4mn
In Equity-Sumter District,
Placidia Adams
Johno W. Mayrant, et. al.
It appIearinlg to mty satisfaction thtat Johmn
\V. Mlayrant, one ot the Defendants in the
ahot e stated cause, is absent fromn anl dnog
the tinatoi of the State of South ('arilina. On
mnolion of J. 8. (G. Rtichardlson, Comnplainant's
Solicitor, it is ordered that the said Jothn W.
May rant dto plead, answer or denmur, to the
said Cornpla.inantr's Bill of Complaint withuin
three months from thie udate of the publication
of this orde-r, or an order "pro confesso" will be
entered against himt.
W. F. 13. llAYNSWVORtTH,
C m'r. Eq. S. D.
February 28th, 1q63 1S--tf
Veterinary Burgeon.
ROIBEtRT W. AN~I)tEWS notofies the
citizens of ti, and tihe adoiing Districts,
that he hase removed his Stables near the De
pot of the W. & 31. It. Road, where ihe is ready
at alt tiwes to tak~ e chatrgo of diseseed [orses
for a maodera.te chairge in nil cases where there
Is nol cure n pay n' ill h)e expected. lI e also
contmunes to take P'assengers to rund from tihe
-Iepot, and expects shortly to receive, a New
Omnibus fur tthat purpose. Goods he will haul
at the old rate of It) cents per pacnage, and
sotaciti time patronage of the publiC.
FEcb. 22, 1853 7t
I
T HE 'COLUMBIA BANNER
1s runtLISurD DAtt.y A-r SG; TtWE
AT $3; ANDo W~EEic.y AT $2,
NO FAPERt WtLL~ Il SENT' FROM TH E~
OF-FICE WITHIOUT' PAYMENT iN AD.
VA NCE.
Its circulation cxtendts throughout this State,
an' all the Southern States, andt presentsa
good opportunity for morehulanta to ad vert ise.
Its coluiims nre tilledi wiith the Latest News,
foreign andu dioiestie', as tiles of European pa'
pers are received weekly. The ptublication of
a large collection of Doentmentary papers rela
REVLUTONAY ISTORY,
will be commiencod as soon its wa can arrange
3them.
The "Banner" Office.
Circumstances hanvinig phaced uss in charge of
the olic, we have madeli every arranmgemenat to
render it one of the tnost coimphle.te tn tie ,on.
try, for all kinds of work. 'The~ adtnlionu of thei
finie Hook Press of the late A. S. Johnisaoan ti
our other steamul powter-presses ant the Card
press, enables us to do
All kinds of w~rk- at short Notice.
DooKs, CARDs, BIILt.HEADs,
?AraxrntTs, CIneuLAnS, INyITA'TONS
DRiKrs, n AsntIit.t.s, r OSTERS, &C
LAW AND EQUITY BLANKS.
Plain and Ornamental
Printing in Colors.
Ri. W. GllBlES, Proprietor.
T. F. GaRExxxxa, Printer.
*Columbia1 8. C.
Feb. 2' im .8. i 3.
"k.
to announre A
didute for Colonel orif tfi.
S. C Alilitin.-:-1. .1
March 15th, 1853 ' -,
V3i' The friu
P. M. GIBBONS annnunr
date :for the office of 'j
8a lem County, at the ensuitgik iz k6'
October 19MI
anniounce Col. J ACOB-.B
a enodidate to repre'sent
State Legislature.
February 1, 1853 .
FOR: TAX cOLLE
0::- The Friends of
1.11 MATHIS, Eij., announce him as
caudidate for Tax Collector for CIs
County. at the ensuing election.
Feb. toth, 1853 1
FOR ORDINAR ,
02T1 Mfr, Editor:--Yo 1
please announce WILLIAM. W, .4
SON as a candidate for tse Office of Ord
nary of Suter District at the enstag
election ,
MAxT VOrtSJi
April 27th, 1852 . ?-t
FO R CLERK.
(LT We are authorized tb
announce T, J. DINKINS, Esq,, a C..tdae
fur Clerk of the Courtg at the ensuig elece.
MANY Elt$W.
April 16th 3851 25-sT
0r Mr. Editor: Please a
nounce Air. J. J. hicKELLAR, a Candi.
date for Clerk of tho Court, for Sumt
District, and oblige MAtr VorAs
April 131 1852.- 25-t
FOR SHE R IF F.4
MiszThe Friends of
JOHN P. JUNE, anuounce him iac6Ad&- -
date for Sheriff of Sumter District. i0 te
next election.
Nov. 12th, 1852 3-td--.
Niin We are authorise
to announce A. E. POOLto a candidate
for Sheriff of Sumter District, at the ensa
ing election.
December 21, 1852 -
A. ANDERSON,
SuamterVilHe, S. Co
Respectfully Informs the people of Sm.
tar District that he has juat receivej and
now offers for sale the bestselected
most choice stock of
Fall and Winter Goddi
That has ever been brought to thit marks q
lie hs received many new styles offWel
Winter Goods, which purchasers vatl d
well to exammine before buying else . -
Bhoack, Bluus, Green and mixed Bro*d.Ct *hes
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres. Saftl*34
and Silk Vestings, Boys and na
A full and larg I sup of -
Sif Ic'h *will be i aa
reas, and at prices to suit the times.
89" Gartnents snannfactured byto& '
ber, and warranted to give uam at ine
ders fruom a distance prompty attended to..
Het may be found at ta stand btfou .
ud. Pr cA Conway, and more recy by
D.A. ANDERicN.
Nov. 27, 1862 A. AN tSR
D. J.WINN,
is juist received from Baltimore and New
York, a large and well selecd stock of
Blroadclotlua, Cau'denere and
VESTINGS,
the fmno-t and best that has ever bees brought
to thu marke:.
--ALSO,
Ready made Clothing for Genta' and Youths,
of ever y qnality and descripion. Having se
lected the Good., and had themn made up te e
uor, lie can warrantl the Work.
--A tso,---.
Every deseription and quality of Gloves; Drea
ilats mnade up to order; Caps, Silk Cravatse
Silk Pockett Ilandkerchiefs and Neck Ties.
Line*n Shmirta, do. Collars, Merino Undershilrts
dlo. Drawers, with ever article that is 'oida by
gentlemen, which he offr on rasnableterms
and solicits a call (rem his old custersers, as4 '
the citiz.-ns of the District gnerally.
Sumierydlle, Nov. 15th, j85 3--.f
Caution,.
The public ate hereby cautioned not to tade.
for a Note of hand for 347 40, paable at els
months and dated 20th Septmbr 1853, Ct
Messrs. W. W. & E. F. RENE & CO., as
we will not pay said Note unless compele by
law. M. L. BROWN C O.
March 8th, 1853 3853--4,
Notice.
All persons having demands. against the
estate of Chiosel Weeks, dec'd, will hand
tihemt in duly ntested as the law direct.
mnd all those indebted to the same will
make paymnent to
F. WEEKS, Ex'or.
Febh. 15th, 18353 16--2m
Lost,
On some day last week a Not. drawn by
Ed win Cater of Bradford 8pinsdated abot
the l8th JIanuary last, and aabe in twelve
mo~nths for 8220 00 and in fvor of .1. 1L. De.
coin. All persons are forbid to trade for the
samte, and any one finding andI leaving itat the
otico of this1i aper will confer a favor sipon the
loser.
Feb. 1, 1853 14---t
The subscrIber having dIscontinued the Drug
Ruimess will devote his whole tIme to the a.
tio of medicone. Theme wishing his professo.
al survices will find him at all taea at his res.
dance mi the Villege.
R. 8. ME LETT', M..
Jan. 10 1853, Ily
Watchman copy.
By Thomas O'Connors
Just received per Rail Road, a choice sle
liion of Ctigars and Tobacco Cordiab ie
erv es of all descriptions Jelly. &d. 1~
complete asortment of (Eroories, * le
guarantees to sell as low as they oaw b.
tained from Charleston for.
Fe b. 1, 18.53 .14
FI4K'S METAAL10 COPFIN8 of al
sizos, constantly on hand! and for inle
by HUDSON & DROTHE~R
Opp. Temnperance Hall Sumterwille.
- Jtie 15h 85234

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