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an over true alv but as the victim is
a white nian, nither the indefatigable
olice nor the 'nilitary bave been call
out to tillay the excitement or the
sympathy. Where is Mrs. Stow and
the admirers of Log-Cabin philosophy I
MARBIED-On the 7th, inst,, by
the- Rev. Noah Graham, Tnonss H.
OST5ZW to Miss DOLLY WzaXK, all
MAItRaID-On the 3rd instant in
Richland District, near Gadsden, by
Rey. N. Graham Mr. Ronmnr JOIsNI
to Miss uiazA WUTMOR.
A nother Scientific Wonder I
IMFORTANT TO DYsPEI'TICs.
Dr. J. 8. H1oughton's Pepsin, the true Di
gestive Filuid, or Gastric Juice, proppared from
Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
directions of Baron Liebig, the great Physielo
gical Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Phila
delphia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaint, Constipation and Dobility, curing after
*Xature's Own Method, by Nature's Own
Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain
ing Sciontific evidence of its value, furnished
by agents, gratis. See notice among the medica
IRoofland's Gerimaan 1Bitters.
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 frequently the result of too close ap
plication, and a thousand other causes we can
not here name ; but we would say to all afflict;
ad, do as we have done-get a bottle or two of
Dr. Hoolland'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. X. Jackson, Philadelohia. July 1
ihousanls of parents who use Vermuiftge.
eomposed of 'Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., are not
aware, 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
uight,-weakness of limbs,&c.
In another column will be found the adver
tisement of Hlobnsack's Medicines, to which
we ask the attention of all directly interested
in theirown as well as their Children's health.
IA Liver Complaints and all disorders arising
a those of a bilious type, should make use
4e 7theonly genuine medicine, Hobensack's
8* " Be not deceived," but ask for Iloben
cask's Worm Syrup Liver end Pills, and the
serve that each has the signature of the Proprie
I r, J . .I1oBENsACK, as none else are genuine
Agust. 10. 42-ly.
teispefaully informs thei -ptd r h -4iigum
tsr Disfrict'thnt he'has 'ust reesaj and
now offier. fdr sale the beat selected andjf
most choiestock of.
Spujng nad Sumnaer Goods
That cannot be surpassed by anything In this
snarket. He has received many new styles
wvhioh purchasers would do well to examine be
fore buying elsewhere.
BROADCLOTHs, CASSIMERES AND
A'full and large supply of Hlosiery, Shirts,
Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Ihand
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assortment of RE ADY MADE CLO.
THlING, which will be sold low.
$||' Garments mannfactured by the subscri
ber, and warranted to give satinfaiction. Or
ders from a distance promptly attended to.
A. AN DERSON.
April 12th, 1853 24-tf
BkeGoal -on the 18th March last, a
yellow fellow who called his name .J01 iN,
end that he belonged to John Shaw of Mis.
sissippi, aund that hie formerly belonged to
Willis Ramsey of this District. I wdl
give the above reward for his delivery in
JOHN C. RIXAME,
April 12th, 1853 24-tf
Bo, Carolina---Sumter Dist.
By.W. L EW is, Esq., Ordinary for said
Whereas, 1Harriet H. Ridgeway hath ap.
pled to me for Letters of Administration,
'n all and singular the goods and chat
jls, rights anti creditors of Wvilliama
idgeway late of the said District, de.
Tnese are, therefore, to cite and admon
ibh all and sin~gular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be arnd appear
before me at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden at Sumter
Court .House on Friday the '22nd day of
April inst., to show cause, if any, why
the said admimastration should not be
Given under my hand anti seal, this
L.9th day of April in the year of
[. s.] our Lord, one thousand eight htun
dred and fifty-three, and in the
76th year of American Indepen
* ~ W. LEWIS, 0. 5. D.
April-12th, 1853 24--2t
S0. CAROLINA---SUMTER DIST,
By W. LE WIS, Es7., Ordinary for said
,Whereas, C. M. Richardson hiath applied
to me for Letters of Adminis'tentiona, on
all and singular the goodse anti chattles,
rights. and creditors of J. B3. Richardson,
late of the said District, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite arnd admon
ish all and singular, the kindred arnd credi
tore of'the said deceased, to be andt aip ear
before me at our next Ordinary's Coturt. or
the said District, to lhe holden att Stner
Court House 'on Friday the 15th day of
April .inst., to show cause, if any, why
the sai&dainist ration should not be grant
Gli'en under my hand and seal, thes
5th day of April in the year of
[L. a.) our Lord. one thoumsand eight hutn
dred and fifty three, and in the 77th
year of Atnerican Independeonce.
W. LEWI~s, o. s. n.
Anril 5th. 1a5t no2m
China, Glass And
COLUMBIA, S. C.
H AS -treceived direct from the man.
nfactarers in England and France,
and by recent vessels from the North, a
very complete and varied assortment of the
above named GOODS, comprising all the
new patterns and shapes; among which
WHITE GRANITE or STONEWAR,
Chiua finish a superior article ;
Blue and other Colored Ware, of now
French and English China, now shapes,
plain Wmnte Gold and decorated ;
Rich China Dinner and Tea-setts, and
beautiful Fancy Articles in the line ;
Cut, Mouldered and Polished Glassware,
of every kind;
Dyott's Patent Camphene, Store, Office,
and Parlor Lamp, a superior article ;
Webb's Patent Oil and Lard Lamps, a new
article giving great light and brilliancy ;
Tea Trays, best Table Cutlery and Pal.
ted Castors, Spoons, Forks, &c.
Housekeeping articles, in great variety;
Crates of assorted Wares. of desirable and
new styles, by Wholesale;
Packages of Tumblers, Flasks, &c., low
by the package.
Having complete arrangrments for obtain
ing our Goods direct from the manufac
turers we can and will off'er rare induce
ments, either by Wholesale or Retail -
Orders attended to promptly.
Hi E NICHOLS.
Columbia, April 12, 185.3 24-tf
B Y virtue of sundry Executions to me
directed, will tie sold at Sumter Court
I louse, on the let Nlonlay aid day follow
ing in May next. within legal hours
of sale, to the higliet bidder, for cash, the
following property. Purchasers to pay for
One tract of 100 acres of land, mote or
less in Clarcndon County, adjoining lands
of and where deftndant live, levied on as
the property of 11. H, Timmons at the suit
of W. Lewis.
One tract of 97 acres of land in Clam
mont adjoining lands of and where defend.
ant lives levied on as the property of John
D. Jones at the suits of E. S. Higgins, W.
J. Francis and Jioin N. Frierson.
Lot and btldinigs thereon ini Sunierville
adjoining land of opposite F. Myor's
Hotel levied upon as the property of A.
Chisolm, (under mortgage) at the suits of
Joel Stevens,, Satnuel Kikendall and J.
Lot and buildings thereon in Suiterville
andjoining lands of and where C. Mason
lives levied upen as the property of A.
Chisolt (uder mnrtgage) at the suits of
S:itnnul Kikendall and J. Jas. Chandler.
Lot and biuildiniLrd theren m Sumter.
Ville ad'otning lands of aMd whre defe:nd.
ant lives levied upon as the property ow A.
Chisolm (nnder mortgage) at the suits of
Samuel Kikendall and J. Jas.Conndler.
One tract of 214 acres of land in Clare
mont adjoining lanas of B. Pringle and
others levied uipon as the property of E. D.
Pringle at the suits of Thos D. Frieraon,
M H. Nnthinii. J O. Rnffield and Samuel
1 Neurro ievied on as the property of J.
J B.-lser at ie suits of F. J. Rtivers .md
W. H God~dard.
1 negro levied onr as the prope'rty of W.
S. Burgess at the suits ot L~. B. Hanks.
WV. M. DeLorme andi C. le.,rmie.
1 Negro levied ont as thte property of'
Thos. M1. Ba~ker, at thre suits or II. Spiann
andl W- G. D)essarussure.
1 Mule and Hlorse levied on~ as thre
property of M. B~arwick it the e~uita of T1.
Lynn and J1. &. & L. Bowvie
I nugro levied on as the property of
John J. Brown at the suit of Rtobert S.
1 niegro levied on as dhe property ii:
John China at the suits of G. Bart.on anil
L. B. Ha nks.
2 Niegroies levied on as thme promperty of
Jas. Iliarvey Dingle at the sints oif BI.
Trhonnas anid James Chapman.
Printing Press anid all the materials
used in a printing estialiient levied on
as the properry of W. J. Francis at the
suits of E. Ni. Andersoni andi J. S. G. Rtich-.
I Negro levied on as the property of
B. J. IHodge at the suit oif Howell Cobbi.
1 Negro levied on as the pirope.rty of
Samuel Lowry at thre suit of G. C. W~heel
2 Horses levied upon as the property of
Elizabeth McLeod at the suit of NI. Liiovis.
2 Negroes and I Hlorso levied ont as the
property of W.HI. McKnright at tire suits of
E. S. Higgins arnd \V. C. Dutkes & Sun.
2 intlesaind 1 wagon levied on as the
property of 0. P. Mchoy' at the suits of P.
M. Cohen & Co., andl Wiley Banks & Co.
1 horse levied on as the proprtt of WV.
M. Wilder at stit of Edwvard Salisbuory,
Wmn. Webb, andl \V. MI Webb & Co,.,
Interest in 1 Negro. 2 wagons, 7 heaid
horses levied on as tire property of A.i
Chisolmi at t he suits of J. Jn. Chandler arid1
I Negro leviedl ont as tire lipprty of MI.
D. Mc iLeiid at thle soat iii G. N. rnib.
I waigon and 2 1 lor.'es levr.'d on as the
propierrl ,.r E. D. P'rmg le at thre suits of
M. HI. .,mn arid E. D. Plowden et al.
Interest in I buggy and stock in store
levied ont as tihe property of Elerber HI.
Jones at tire suits of Wiley Banks & Co.,
and L. M. WViley & Co.
J. C. R H A ME, s. a. D.
A pril 12th, 1853 , 24-id
Alsey HI. Ramsey )1 Bill for Par
vs. tit ion of Real
WVilliamr Adkerson, Estarte Ma son
IT appearing to moy satisfaction that
\Villiam Adkersaon, Sarah Adkersonm. Mar
garet Adkerson, IHnimptoin Spears, Jamnes
S. Spears, Peine lope Crabtreo and -
Crabtree, her husband, Amelia White! arid
- White her hnshaland. Airir Sites,
aind - Stes, her hursbiand, John ( oh.
lines and Mirthia Itoter arid --Bittl'r,
her husbanid, parties D. fendtatts mi iihe s.i
case, all reside beyond the hnritts or the.
State. It. is ordered that thre said parties
do appear and plead, demur, or answer to
the said Bill wvithin three months from the
first ptublication of this order, and failbingt
to do so, the said bill will be taken para
contfesso against. them.
W. F. B. IIAYNSWO~RH,
Comn'r Eq. 5. D.
April 4th 185 23-3_
Steam 8awand Grissa Mill
The subacribeis Will bffer their Steam
gaw and Grins Mill for sale at Auction on
Ihe first Monday in May next, if not dis.
osed of at private italo previous to that
P ersona wishing to purchase can exam.
no the Mill and Machinery at any time.
Terms liberal and mde known on day
T. J. COGHLAN & CO.
April 12th, 1853 24-2t
Watchman copy twice.
WILL be paid for the delivery
n Sumterville, Kingstree, or %
3eurgetown Jail of my Nlegro
nan "AA RON," who absconded .
From my plantation in Georgetown Dis
rict about four weeks since. Said fellow
s about 5 feet 10 inchen in height, rather
ibove the usual miae, and qite black, hat
sullen appearance, but answers quickly
xvben spoken to. He has inm the ti)ef his
eft foot (I think) the nark .of a cut re.
-eived from anu axe when a boy.
The subscriber has suifl. ient reason to
believe that he is harboured by negroes ont
Ile premises of W. W. Br;dfiord, Esq.,
rour miles below Suintervillo.
A. A. MIcGINNEY.
April 5ta 1843 23---2t
T HE REAL, and personal property of
the BRADFORD SPRINGS FE
1AlE INSTII'UTE COMPANY, will
me sold at Sumiterville, on ithe first Mon.
"y o Miy next. Tih tract where on the
Bmoldings are Located, about FIVE HUN.
DRED ACRES, with all the Personal
Property uaietced to the INST(TUTE,
will lie sold toirether. no a credit of one,
wo, tlie and iour years; the rest of the
Lands conimig i stmht SEVEN HIUN.
DREI) ACRES, will bo sold nit a credit
if one two and three ye.irs.
By ornier of the 8tockhnlders,
WILLIAM LEWIS, Presidei.
March, 28t, t853. 22. in.
Who his made new improvements and
:oniderably enlarged his store, and is now
rereivin" fresh goods by every train oh
:ars and olyers to the public for the sum
ner months the following articles low for
Ice Cream and Lemonade, (daily) Ice,
Drangesn, Lemnona, Pine Apples and all the
ropical fruits, also a fine assortment of
robacco and Cigars, with a choice lot nf
['aimily Groceries. also a largep stock of
DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled ;ihiion aiil l'treserves, Fioir of
lie i-st brands waitr.ited, also a larg.e lot
); Ba oi of which ie receives a new sup
ply weekly. All of which he guarinltees
Lo seil it the lowest rates for cash.
April 5th, 1853 23-tf
G 0 0 I)S
-To Silrtthe Season,
At prices to suit the
T IM E S.
'lTi' subIscribe'r., hiavinog receiived a large
itnd W Ell, E L ECT ED X T'OCK,
embhracing every variety and style of goods,
consistmiig oI1 a great many aruicles toi on
rnerous to minition ;hut if you will jnst
honor them withI a call, t hey will take
rnuc~h pleasure in shtowiing t heir goods, anud
iiihermiore ieel convince~d that as regards
*CJIE AI'PNSS" they c-nnot be stir
massed by .any bionis mi iinwri.
IUT'lAiR & NI'W1;:lty.
M~achinest and Gunsmith,
SUMTV1ERViLLE, S. C.
S'team-saw MAills put up in a work
muan (iCn e mnner, &ic. &(c.
Mr. JON LM ueves notice to te citixes
>f tin iand lie anijoiniing Districts that lie
vill execuuie any work im the above ine at
dhort not ice. lie onily a.-ks ofC von a trial,
tonid~seint that he cant gwe~i stat ticctiso, lie
varranits ail his~ work, anud respeieltully so.
iecits a share ot p)tatoatte. lie many be
dlways lotnnd at TI. J. Cighilan's Baek.'
ith sho p near itIhe depot Ut i le W. & M.
it. Road. Cash is expected im every mn
March '20th 1853 -t
g RUNAWAY. on last Saturda~y
the 12i h inst., toy boy RIC I A RID,
-m~iis.wers to the inme of DICK, a
white mulatto abdttt five feet :3 or 4
nenies haigh, ' >lerably stotut built, and about.
wenuty-iv years olds wvith straiight light
'ohured shiori hair. has ai very stilky sip.
searancre, ail answ~ters icik anid short
.vhen sp)okent to. W hen he le ft Ite had on
black over-st andss a p i r of conmanuo
iegro rlotnh pats, ai law croiwn dtove color
3d Iird hati Tlhe boy hass a very dowii
0(ok-I have haid the wiird " Slave " writ
nl oil his fore-lien with India Itnk, jnst
above thle eye-rows, thionubl Ii yae ito
binult he wvdil try to hide it by tyiing somie
ling aronind iss hin.t iir ho ifhy puat a
uster over it. ik wtill bie certain to try
ind psass for a u-hite manus. Th'le above re
varid ot 'Tweiity.hivs Dallars willihe paidi
or his (dehvery mi any Jail ini the Stateis.
JAhME.8 IA)W y.
[lralryvulle P. 0. Sno~iter Districi.
M larchi 1o. 1853 :20--ti
2-2 Thie lbun-k River Watchmn,~n Catm
Ien Juunrnail, Darling'on Flag, Marion, Star,
~olumibia Banner, copy live timtes, and
.hlarleston Mereniry aind the Georgetown
cee Dee Times publish otce a week foir
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUMTER VILLE, 5s. U.,
T ls b . air .. ,. p.i
;pobes goenerially, that lie is still
>reparedl to acrommodateii~t all w hto give
aiii a call4 sat the old stand, at reaisoniable
ates. His servants are active and atteni.
ive, his tsable shall be well supplied with
lhe best the market will afTornd, and all the
lomestic arrangements of his establish.
nent shall be orderly anid neat. le re
aectfully silicits a share oif pa.tronlago.
WIDU CLA RK,
Bank of Smterille.
The undersignedt, Cominisisioners Ap..
pointed by the Comptrolleri General to
open book of subscription . to the Capi
tal StoCk of "'he Bank of Sumtervilid,".
wili attend l'bt that purpose at the stofe of
Capt. T. D Frierson, in Hutnerville, be
tween the hoists bf 0 A. M. and 4 Ps Af.1
frot the futil-th day of April next uhtil-the
let day of July next, unles the capithl stOtk
hall have been previots ly subscribed.
Capital $:)00,W00. Shares; 25 each.
Five dollars in specie. or the bills of specie
paying Banksi, to be paid on each at the
time oi subscribing
The charter declares it shall hot be law.
ful for any perroh tu substribe for slaltre
in the namie of otie? eranns.
W. F. 11 RAYNSWORTH,
T1. D. FRIHIRSOIN,
A. J. MOS8
Miarch 18th1, 1853.
The following gentlemen have been ap.
pointed Comntsisaoners to open bbtoka bf
submcription to tle said Bank, on the above
stated conditions, at the following plcus,
W C. l)uxEu,
At Charleston. ItLSIA CARSonS,
JAMES M CAL)WFLL.
11. W. GIBBEs,
At Columbus, E. J ARTHURC,
J. (,. WALKEEI.
W M. SHAnNON,
At Camden, W. T. CASTON.
A. U. KENNEDY.
At Lantastercu. JinrN WILLIAMS,
J. H. WITHERSFOOI.
JOtN A. MOORE,
At Cheraw, GEo. 11. McIvEit,
At Matron c II. . B WHEELEIR,
t. 13. HJAYNSWOnT1,
At D.irlington c n1 E W. CHAInLE-,
J. 11 NonWooD.
FE J. Poucrin,
AL Kingstree, SAR'L IATIIFws.
A. IsAAC McKroInIT.
The said Commissioners will keep open
the said books within the times above spe.
cified, unlCS they shall be rinified to close
1tem1 by the Commissioners at Sumter
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTII,
T. D. FRIERSON,
A. J. MOSES.
March 22, 1853 21-ti
In Sinter Goal onl the loth inst., a ne.
aro inni1-says his natni is PRINCE, and
that he beluns to Mrs. Cameron of
Charleston, S. C. lie is about sixty years
of age. JOHN C. RHJAME,
S. S. D.
March 15th. 1853 20--If
TilE Sutscrer having .opened a gro
cery unidrneath the Towin' Hall, designs
keepm imlat t;emLs y oin hind. a supply o1
heavy .rii0,s. ,:i.h 1. .4
Sugar, Cofree, Tea, Flour,
RIWE, BUCKWUEAI'AT, MOLASSE
VINEGA R, BACON. LA RD, BUTTER,
CHEESE, MACKEREL. SALT, SOAP,
CANDLES. 'OTATOF~S &c.
eut lu -e. i : :n'st evekylthing that is
goodi to 0;1; .1 ich wvll b1e sohl hsw
ir 'ash4i, or . w - &i sur cioltry r.
uuce. II" 1ija .. . . 4t:.end oha twin
busiiness, an lhoes 'y a'ending strictly
thereto, Lto re'ceani a baheral share of pa
trontage. J M. CiIANI)LER.
Marcha 1,5th, 1.'5.3 20-tf
Thela ifmdersyedi giv notice to those
woare still jiebtl~ed to lhun by note or
accoiunat, tat reamn diay, het will be compell.
oil to phwue I ioun ' n lt hd of an Atior.
ney liar col!ee~t iOa. Come foisrwaerdl ands save
I). J. WINN.
iA!::rch 22 1853 21-if
3 I 4 ra 'i iges011 o:ny Sitii ock~i
'o ce, ny,.- ; : -m 5 lus nt oIfit p r.-ba~ini rc
.420sl li ! plf' ! et-l on the sltuceri
n er .s utli.- .iiia n rervillp.
March n2, 185.3 2 i._'.
All persoins haingili dlemands against the
E.,ate ofl~ lhe ,e Col. .Johna J. Mcluerr; of~
Sumteiir Disu ri- I, aire regnetstedl to hanid
then, mi prop'jer-y autested to the subsera.
tiers, andr all those inideted will make
peiamenst I)to lie samne.
J. IB. MOORE,
J. S. MOORE. ( Executors,.
Mar, h 15th, 1853 20-t f
JOHN N. NEVIN,
SUfT ER VILLE, S. C.
(Near the Depot.)
Painting, Gilding, and
Gilding on Gold and
Silver, and Graining.
Houserhold Fsurniatuiri doane tip in the neat.
est iad beesuti mner All bie asks is a fair
trial, lie go -rameets to give entire satis
taeiion. ||# All orders from the country
promiptly aittenei to.
J1a n. 11 r h. 1853 11.-..1
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
JAMES* H. D)UE would re-pectfully
imformn thei citizens of Sumitervi le and thle
siurrotnintg country, thau he iN nlow open
ing a TIN MAN UPACTOltV in Sum
tervileI, tnad a now terio, iredl :.. till altl or
ders in thei tiin bue. al -rah n11 w.till Iind
at to their initere-t I.. pur' . we thear wore
from ime as I intead -* 5.- lw an ai1WY
runt all r harit n
u c wora. -, m a. . e air. 'Te cash willI
lie exli'. teda mi ~ n osince o finaishiin
or detliverrae-. i! evmy jade. I intend to sel
cheap tind or - tshi eeciy.
The public ate hereby can'aiohed not to trade
for a Not eeof htatid for M47 I19, pr~yable at sit
months andi daited 29th, Se~rineener J852, ot
Messrs. WV. W2 & E. F. 1FmENE~ & CO.,.a
we will not pay saId Note uniless compelled by
htw- M. L. BJRdWN & CO.
March 9th. 1958 ltar-4t
RESPECTFULL.Y: infrli his friches
that he hais now on jando .and winl con.
*tantly keeps an extensive assnrttaent of -
Gold and Silver Watches,
MANTEL CLOCKS OF NVERY
A LA ROE VA RI E T.Y,
MIMITAR Y AXD FANc Y
G 0 ODS,
Gvns, Rifles, Sportsman's Apparatus,
FINE PoCKET & TABLE CUTLERY,
Together with all kinds of
iiis stock of WA'T(HE, CLOCK.,
SILVER WARE, and JEWEl.ItY em.
braces a handmsmi and fashionabile! volloe.
lion of such artiqles. It is hip design not
to be stirpassed in the taste and elegance
of his selections, ;nd his prices will he
found on extuinaltin to be as nmoiderate as
at any other establishmn-it ii the South.
Ie siaots a cotiinunnce of the custom)
heretofore so liberally bjestowui on the old
urms. t. A. YONGUE.
- February 22, 1853 17.tf - i
J. B. N. HAIMET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Office next door to J. B. & R. C. Wehb's
New York Store.
March 22, 1853 21--tf
By the Governor.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 25, 1853.
The following gentlemen having been ap
pointed and conmmissioned Aids-de 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.
ALEXANDER C. RICE,
BENJAMIN T. BROCKHAM,
WA. R. DOGAN,
Mlarch 8th, 1853 19-tf
THE Subscriber would respectfilly
inform his old friends and the public
generally., that his Hotel so long known
as the "u1'rITER 11OUSRA" is again opened,
from date, for the reception of visitors.
The internal arrangements -will undergo a
th"rough Yap~dr, -with a itle nthay as lx,. ble,
and he trusts that his attention'to the con ort of
his guests, will merit a share of public patron.
age. Theo subscraber has also taken charge of
the BILLIARlD TA BLE, and initnids lilting
up thu room with neatness, and wiill furnish it
with all thme necessaries and conveniences that
lovers of the sport can reqnire.
Mlarch 8th, 1852 1g-tf
Clarke & Brother.
Who have just received per Rail Road a
fine assortment of
Comprising Pickle,, Preserved Froit, Cigars,
Candies and a choice lot of Chewing tobacco,
to whIch they invite the attention of thme citi
zens of this D~istrict.
February 2-2, 1853 - 17-ti
Dry Goods for Cash.
W, G. BANGROF T & C0,
25:3 KING STREET,
Chaarles1tos, S. C.
W.E hi-mvem inconormity with the spirit
ofi thme tiunest adtoptedlu m oner huttnemiss the
system or low TIarQ)' ands Cash P'rices, andm
offier to the city and coiuntry retuit andI
whlestale trolel every vatrimety of goodls in
otr line-P'ItNTrS, MU'SLINS, SILKS,
BOMIIAZINES, SlA WLS, LINENS.
CLOThld, CASSMElt'S, 1) IIt E S S
GOO I)S-of all k inds -G LOV E, 110.
S515kV, &c. &c. WVe shall be cioistamntly
receimg the latest and most fatlionaible
styles 01 goodls, and it is our detrmintationm
thamt our stock ini point of Styles and Assort.
mnent shall he unsurpassed, aud in cheau
ness of lie mueequald bmy tny in thte cii v
(If Chli on.t,,i ~V Wei hav oinde this changre
ni ouIIr sySst (; hsmess I room our pre
lerenceo to I lhe suit bIut mire certain re
turnm of the~ NIMBLE SIXPENCE, rather
than that of thei slow shilline, atnd in the
belief that the publIc ca-nniot fail to per
ceive thme advantanges it offers to putrchasers.
Our business will lie condtuctedl so as to
ensture their entire eomfidenc~e, amid we ap
peal hreitly to their tl aoii'mt. Throtngh
onir ci -nnectionis ini thme var in's ma;,rkets of
Eturope and of this cotimiry we possess the
abili/y atnd thme wi/l to oit'er extraordinary
imduceients to the Consutmet, the Planier,
anid the M erchant.
February 8th. 1853 15- 4mn
In Equity-Sumter Distr et,
John WV. Mayrant, et. al.
It appearing to my satisifaction that John
W. Mlayramnt, otne of thme Defendant. in time
above stated cause, is absent from and without
time lirnmit of thme State of Southt Carolina. On
motiomn of J. S. G. ltichanrdlon, CJomplainant's
Solkitor, It is ordered that time said John W.
Mayrant do plead, answer or dlemur, to tihe
said Csnnplainmait's Bill of Compuint within
thmree momnthm. from the dlate of thme pulilcation
of thtan srJsr, or amn order "pro confessm," will be
entered againist haim.
W. F. 1I. HAYNSWOwaITH
February 28th, 1853 Esif .D
On some day lest week a Note drawn by
Edwin Cater of Bradfonl Springs, duritd aiomut
the 18th Januiary last. and payable inm twelve
months fur $220 00 and in favor of J. L. De
coinf. All personsm are forbId to trade for the
same, and any one finding and leaving itat the<
office of this iaper will confer a favor upo~n tiha
V.1h. 1. 1850 I4-tr
Which for varo t qualit newneus yts e
ad theapes, iierft -th4 ttentoi of efery
@, some of wldob we hure enumerase:
S H A 'ZS
la p'red Caitior brap. ShaWl , . $5.
~ethiId r ShRWimrith extna havy
rinks, Rich - Ibdered et Shawls,
Luefne Fmrem and e OV ,as"ede
he snd Day Stated.ro Ed a
boxgg Shawls, of the heavlemi stripdont Iea
ri M4unre Woolen Shawls of the-following
tos: ntag, Jenny Lind, Florence and Ha
ent iFrteh EMoldered Tidbet, Bkocee
votkedt laenietard loom worked and plitin
I'libet Shawls in choice variety. Embroidered
,ahton Crapo, Broche worked and Paris
ililtod Mantes and Scars.
Plain and Fignled I3LCk t ko'D l4tLkyf
SILKS, Plain colored gro'd Nap and Mu4eline
silks ; Striped and Plaided Wash Silks Plain
Figured, Striped ann Plaid Mous. D-Una in
he latest styles and richers dyes. Scotch and
[nglish prined d'inines of the handsomest pa.
rons. Plain Paris Mouns. D'Laines in all va.
iety of colors. FaENict, GERMAN and Exo.
.11 MMaaNos of the most superior qualities and
olurs. French and English Chintz tron
-aics. Best juahbties and makes of a meri
:an Prints. Col d Organdies, French Cra
Liese, Hareges, Crape D'paris 1llu1sions, Si k
rissues, &c., for evening and Hall wear. Also
ust received, 132 of beautifully Embroidered
Swiss Muslin Robe patron Dre Fses, each one
mavyig a Fwaion Carn attached.
Extra super FrREN NEEDLE CaifxisETrs
if the richest descriptions and fineet quality.
Prces fron 37 1-2 to 810 a piece.
Richest anti latest style. French needle work
LACK and MUsLIN COLLARS in a very large
Superb NitMDL EmaROIDRD L Nx a a
A)tniRIC IlIAN ON aCilIEra, also a superior asj
mrtment of plain ditto.
CoLMbric and Swiss MusLIN EutNus,
Fait.i.s, BANDS, INSIartieNs. &c., of the best
unlities and newest styles of Itported Needle
HOSIER Y, dc.
Su rfine White, Black and Col'd, WORST.
ED A ND LAMBS WOOL Stock ings, of the
best English manufacturers.
Extra Colored, White and lhck, En&lish
SPUN SILK Stockings. Best qualities ang.
li6h MoRAvIAN STOCKING@, Black and Slate,
Colored. Extra flne and heavy qualities Im
ported Frcnch and English SILK STOCXING,
Black and White.
Finest qualities FRENcht LISLE Titanmir,
Dpen Cloked and plain Stockings. Black, Slate,
lue Mixed, Mode Colors and Superior quail.
ties White Euglish 6-tockings of the celebrated
From France and Royal Brown, Brands.
Extra Fine and heavy qualities of Gentle
men's UNDER SIts and DAAwasofLambs
Wool, Saxony, Merino and Stockinet. Im
ported, LADIES UNDER VESTS of Merino and
Gauze Lambs Wool. LADIES AND GENTS
Gr.OvF.s, of Silk, Merino, Kid, Lisle Thread,
Kid make Silk, Segovia, Cotton and other 40e
icriptions. Large and full assoriment of dirx.
rLEmEcNs, FASuIoNAntC S11rsS, COLLARS,
CRAVATS, AND POCKET IIANDErRConIEFs.
BLANKMaTS, Londun Bath, Duflield's and
Whitney Blankets, F.ANNLS, Welch, Salis
bury, French Merino and English Flannels.
Superfine Embossed Cloth and Victoria Da
masks, TABr.E A1ND PIANo COVERS.
Best qualities of Brown and White TAnDLE
DAMASKS, Doylies, NAPAIaNs, TowELB, AND
IRisIa LINENS AND SiumETIXOs, 'O oUa OWN
CorToN GooDs,-Tikin I 12-4
Brown Shectitgs; Rest loths,
Sheetings, Camb ri, ' GIng
biarmn, Satinets, Cas Broad
Cloths, &c, &c., ,
It will be wort ud ex
221 Kin g-st., (bg oat.
Charleston, Jan 1 f
.ROBERT W- ANDRE S4' ntoies thie
'itizens of this, anti the' ea~a Districts,
that ha has removed his Stableidsnear the De
sot of the WV. & M. R. Road, whtere he is ready
tt all times to tak e charge, of diseased Horses
ror a moderate charge ; in all cases jrhere there
is no cure no pay will be expected. He altoi
:onuinues to take Passengers to and f~im the
Depot, arid expects shortly to receive a New
Jmnibus for that purpose. Goods he will haul
tt t1,e old rate of 10 cents per package, and
oiohetsu the patronage of the public.
Feb. 22, 1853 17-tI'
D. J, WINN,
Ilas jusht received front Baltimore and New
f'ork, a large and wtell selected stuck of
if~roadclIoths. Castiuaere. amd
he fiun..t antd best that has ever been bsroughit
u this market.
Recady made Clothing Cor Gengs' and Youthss
feve.ry quality andt description. Having se
ected the Goods, and had them made uip to or'
ior, he can warrant the work.
Bvery description and quality of Gloves Di-cas
Elats made Up) to order; Caps, Silk Cravats,
gilk Pocket Handkerchiefs and NeC k TFiss,
Linen Shirts, do. Collars, Me rino tJitdefshirts,
lo. Drawers, witha every artisl thlat is worn by
lenttlemeno, which he oiTers on 2.-asonable terms,
and solitcits a call from is ald ctistomers, and
he citiE-ns of the District gene-ally.
Stunterville, Nov. lflth, 1852 3-if
I'HE '00LUM1BIA BANNER'
Is Pbbutstts DArL Tv fi Tae-WEEKLY
A'r $3, anaD WEsK LY A-r S2,
NO FAPERl WILL lE SENT FRlOM THlE
Di FICE WITiIOV.UT PAYMENT IN AD
Its cIrculation extentds throughout this State,
ahd all the Souithern States, and presents a
itood opportunity for mierchiants to adverhise.-.
Its colnms ec illed with thn Latest News,
roreignt antd domestic, as files of European pa
pers are received weekly. Thae pttblication o
large collection of Documentary papers reva
timip to aur
will be commnencud as soon as5 we can arrange
The "Banner" Office.
Circumstances having placed us in charge of
lhe ohlice, we hay. madte every arrangement to
render it one of thmo meet etrnpiete in the coun
try, ftor all kintds of wtork. Th'le addition of the
fitne Book Press of th, late A. S. Johnston to
uur other steam power-presses, and the Card
press, enabiles us to do
All kinds of work nt short Notice.
BooKS, jCAatDs, hiLLIKAtis,
PAM~t~iLE-s, CtRCUL~ARs, iNviTATIo~4S,
saisra, j ANDBILLts, I dsTEts, &c.
LAW AND EQUITY BLANKS.
Plain and Ornamental
Printing in Colors.
R. W. GIBES, Proprietor.
T. F. OREasENR, Printer.
Feb.22, 853 Columbia, S. C.
T. subscriber havitng ditctdtinucd the D~rng
3ustness will devnte his whole time to the prae
ice dfC thedicene. Tho-e mdishing his proftession
dt survices will find him at all tnmes at his resi
lence itn the Village
R. S. MELETT, M. D.
Jein. 10 1853,
By T homas O'Connor,
Just received per Rail Road, a choiee selec.
ion of Clgars and Tobacco Cordials, Pre
erves of all descriptions, .Je liys &c. Aleo a
omrplete assortment 0: Groceries,, which ho
;uarantees to soll as low as they 'can be hb.
amed from Charleston for.
Feb. I,1.5 14-If .
P. M.nGnnrOe M an nnunc bhtitf
didate for Colonel of the (t
March 13th, 1&13.
P. M. Gh3fl1N'Sannonnt.' hinti I~~af
date for the offipe of 1akCnUes fta Or
Salem Couthly, at the ensuing elvi. qn 4l
October I Q-516
aiT We m guth
announce C. J ACOB,. EIJE Ls
a candidate to represnt-tis it.
February- 1, 185 ift_4h
FOR TAX VOL
0-'r The Friend&
IEL MATHIS, Esq., announceh
caudidate for Tax Colleotnr fbt (10etno ~rr
County, at the ensuing election
Feb. r5th, 1833-1
FOR ORDINAR FR
8'T Mr, Editor:-You wil
please announlce WJLLIAM 1H.,Rif 9
8ON as a candidate for the 0.ffice-o A .
nary of Suinter Districti at the "enmuln
April 2th1i,, 1852
P 0 It C L E it Ka
OT We are authorizedt6"' '
announce T. J. ijNKjNs, Esq.,aCL& ,
for Clerk of tie Court, at tho ensuinwetia
April 16th 1851 M y
Ozr Mr. Editor: Plieasea
nounce Mr. J. J. lCKELLAR, a Caidi.
date lor Clerk of the Court, for Sutrt
District, and oblige MAnr Vorxe.
April 13, 1851- ' 2U
F OR SHRZ y
=iiThe Friends of Mr.
.0HN F. JUNE, anuounce him as candi
date for Sheriff of Sumter District at the
Nov. 1211h, 1852 -td-p0,
*i:, We are authorized
to announco A. E. POOL as a candidate
for Sherirofrsumotrblistricto at the etsa
December 21, 1852 8-41
Saddle & Harness Makia
TH E Subscriber stillcentinues to solicit
tronage in the above flne of business, and iss'
turns thanks for ,past favors; but neeseli
compels him to ay to the public that it Is in
Ill fo Idu t ke boke so his ter=m are
ash, Harter or Go dtes 'therefore, all w6
do not care to comply with the above terats
will not do wrong to withhol 4 their work.
Marc 1,180 - . C. DUNCAN ,
FISK'S METALLIC OFFINS ofa
sizes, constantly on hand and for s
by HUDSON & BROTIhER,
Opp. Temperance IIbll Sumterile
Jone 1i4th, 18.52 84-t
Rlail Road Notice.
Office W. &1Y. R. o0
.The STOCKHOLDERS of the W'J
mmzgton and Manchesmter Rail Road Comf
pany are hereby notified that the 8JOV
ENTE ENTH lustalmnent of Five Dollark
per share is required to be p aid on the first
dlay of April I853, and the EiGH TEElf'rH -
Jnstalmntn of Five Dollars per share is
required to be paid on the first day of Jul
18i3. By order of Lhe Board of Direes
JOH N MACRA M, Jr.
March 2J2, 1853 21-8w
&E" Watchman copy 3 weeks.
French Lessons. ~ "
MONS. Ti1TEODORE~ will give In.
st ruction mn his nativo language, beginning
fromn Mondlay. March 21at; of whlch he
respectfully inform, the Ladien and Geur
ilemen of Sumterville and neighborhood4
For further particulars please apply ta him
at Mr. China's Hotel.
March ut 18321t
All pcrsconz indebted to 0. P. Mtel(OY
& CO., are ntttifie'd to call and settle with
thoem in Suantervillo without dasy.
.0. P. MchROY & CO.
March 22, 1S532-8 .
THIS Paper having lieeh removed to Cpuw
den, and placed under the management .mu
bontrol of the subscriber, will be published re
gularly cvory week on arid ailer the 6th Janua
Trhe paper Is deusigned as the Organ of the
Cause of Tempernco, embracing crerr Order
and organizatfori. It will be a rameeaneous
family Jout-nal dnd Agricultural Paper, and the
aim of the present proprietor will he to rrakau it
in every ros pect worthy the confidence and sup.
port,.ridt on ly~of Temperance Men, but ofithe
reading public generally
It isa earnestly hoped that all who feel an in.
terest in itq nuecess, will at once, use their in
fluenco to accomplish its permanent establIsh.
T E RMS.--TWO DOLL ARS IN ADViNCE.
Su b.<criptions for siz months reserved at thes
sanme rate. In each case, :he cash most acoa
pany the order andi al letters by email are e!p
pec tud to be prepeid.
. 'ir"Those who have pid the fortney .
rieptor in advance for te year I8S2, wilihe
furnished with the paper until tihe time far whicht
they have paid e spires. The acounnts for 18$4
having been transfered to the subscriber,'thbye
who are im arrears will oblige him by rejga1W
the amount imnmediarcy. Address.
TJIO. J. WA~IfIEN, Cat.dentL,
Desember 24, 1852. 1 i
Ti any person htas taken or received
ahrnugh a mistake a Btn-box containing a
blue, black uattin'Cldak tritnmed with rel
vet, marked to Mrs.' Mary'Birch. to the,
care of Geuneral 8. Rt. Chiandler, will cop.
fer it favor by returning ihoe sanmo to Depoc,
Februytry 1i,1853 t----t