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to pay.him $Jl 1*00e
qakiqg ,(40,j000 TtaI 'anioitnt 'of
salary perg sprijkt4t*00,00 I T'ihis
gentirntkeout letters of credit
tohdr n on. millIon a month on
nccouNjit 0#g' d deat, and has one
iourth intefetshiin'the profits. On the
whule, Inelding'tiaIry and business;
we nk lis gentieman might man
age t- m.e both ends meet.-ven.
Brtioie -vxs--The case of the abju.
rant 'is81p of the Diocese of North
Carbitia'coritiues 'to excite interest
in both hemianphbrs. On the supiect
of hi's1 W j sanity, Judge Ives, of
C I brother, a man of
souid j0ement and Integrity ,writes
thus 'tie editor of the "Church Re.
"Sir: The statements weich you have
readlolnife, had 'which you propose to
publish of - constitutional tendenevY
to mentardeiangemnent in my fatherfa
famIly, anid also of certain facts -in
p roofof8Uch tendency, I have no
hesitatti~nii'iding,.are fully sustain
ed by m own personal knowledge;
nor, ave tan' dubte -that the con
-Auct a 13ishop Ives, In his late de.
feetlo toRome, must be 'attributed,
at iast in* part, to that same cause,
vizL heieditary tendency to mental
derant etaant, aggravated by disease
and bf efety great excitencat.
I amh , vey respectfully, your obedi
EBENEZER H IVES."
ThiiBishol himself, however, writ
ing from Rone, under date of the 7th
MaIe, to the Guardian, an English
Church paper, declares:
"i is not true(thaks be to God's
good providence)that I have ever, ex
ceplt ,hon under the'lim mediate deliri
um oftyphus fever, been deprived of
the rii of that measdre of reasdn with
whioh God at first was pleased to en
do* ind. It is 'tie, - however, that I
1av6 had a brother deprived for a time
of that blessing. But how far that
oirctrnatauce should be visited upon
me as a punishment for following the
demands ofdmy conscience, I will leave
it with fouiself to determine."
With regar to' another charge
brought against the Bish4p, that he re
cexived a. ear's salary in avanced, he
repiie'sby admitting that he drew six
inoMhs, pay,'but in his letter of re
signation intimated his readin ess to
Qirna AcoDENT.-The Paris cor
responent or the Washington Repub
lic, tells the following:
"A' bhoking accident happened here
the other'night under the most extra
- 'ordinary 'circumstances. A gentle
man, at a dinner partty, in endeavor
Ing to draw the cork of a bottle of
wine, br6ke the corkscrew in the mid
die. 'He then tried a method often
employed in the South for forcing re
fractory corks. He filled up the hol
lowLar theibottoin of the bottle with a
napkin, and then struck it vigorously
with his hand. As this produced no
effect; he s ruck the bottom against
the fioor. The cork moved slightly,
and 'he struck again with greater force.
The bottle foil to pieces, and two of
the splinters cut the gentleman's hand
and wrist to the bone, severing two
arteries completely. Blood escaped
abundantly, and before the services of
a sergeon could be procured he was
senseless from exhaustion. He died
during the night.
We extract the following para
graph from the N. 0. Bee, a leading
Whag joitenat, in reference to the ap.
pointmuent of E. Warren Moise, Esq.,
as U. 8. District Attorney. Mr.
MoIse was formerly of this city.
"E. W. Moiso, the U. S. District
Attorney, is a Union Democrat--a
man of decided brains--the pres
out Sgeaker of the House of Repre
sentatives, and one of the ablest, most
popular and most influential Demo
crats in Louisiana. Mr. Moiso is a
gentleman. of' 'high character and'
standing, and aside from his politics,
there are few lawyers at our Bar avho
could present stronger claims for
the office, on the score of tact, tal
ent, energy and professional zeal. We
look upon this appointment as ex
-ThgBaltimore Sun says that Cot
ton has-already commenced arriving
in that city in considerable amounts
over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
which has caused a demand for Cot
ton Presses. One or two have already
been erected, of a powerful and eff
cient character, for the purpose of pre
paring Cotton for shipment toEurope.
CALIFORNIA GoL.-Ilunt's Mfaga
zine, from reliable sources, puts down
the gold dust shipped from San
Francisco at $45,559,171. Of thuis
$39,007,367 was destined to New
-Ydi-k; $470,783 to New Orleans
*6,020,027 to London; $40,000 t~
Panama; $15,000 to San Juan.
Ta Usa 0, BAD DEBT.-Anu edi
tor in Arkansas was lately shot in an
affray. Luckily the ball came against
a bundle of unpaid accounts in his
pocket Even gunpowder could not get
through unpaid newspapers bills and
the editor saved his life by the delin
quency of his subscribers. Surely it
is an ill wind that blcws niobody any
BLUS DAnULas.--The Gardener's
Chronicle says that a celebrated culti
va~"r of daihlias cxpects in a year or
tw~o to produce a b)lue dli, by keep
Are FannyFern's Ideas, in relation to
a gQod natured bachelor. A pleasant
picture, and for which all the elever
members of the "rusty brotherhood"
should be thankful:
"le lifts all the little hchool girls
over the mud-puddles, and kisses
them when he lands t'hem on the oth
er side. Admires little babies with
out regard to the shape of their noses
or the strength of their lungs. Squeez
es himself into an infinitesimal frag
ment, In the corner of an- omnibus, to
make room foi that troublesome indi.
vidual, one-more / Vacates his seat
any number of times at a crowded
lecture, for distressed looking single
ladies. Orders stupid cab drivers off
the only dry crossing, to save a pret
ty pair of fet from immersion, and
don't forget to look the other way as
their owner gathere up the skirts of
her dress to trip. across. IS just as
civil to a shop girl as if she were a
Duchess ; pays regularly for his news
apers, lends his .umbrella, and goes
home with a wetVbeaver; has a clear
conscience, and good digestion, and
believes the women to be all angels
with their wings folded up. Here's
hoping that matrimony may never
undeceive him !"
A FRENCH CAssiUs.-A singular
sort of fantasy has been la'e exhibited
by a young Frenchman, named Bel
lemar, a native of Rouen. He went vol.
untarily to the Parisian authorities and
desired to be placed under arrest. Ile
stated that he had been employed as
a clerk in various commercial estab
lishment but was at heart devoted to
the enfranchisements of his country. He
had fought for freedom at the barri
cades; and had, by a formal docu
ment, doomed Napoleon Ionaparte to
death, and had sent copies of his decis
ion. to the various public Minis
ters. All this smacked of insanity; but
the Court saw considerable method in
his madness, and sentenced the ama
teur hero to two year's imprison.
PRTTY GoOD.-The Western Times
tells a story of a "distressed agricul
turist." A farmer poped in here on
Wednesday last to pay his rent, put
ing on a long face to correspond with
the times. On entering the house he
said that t:mes being so hard he
couldn't raise the money at all, and,
dashing a bundle of bank notes on the
table, "there," said he "that's all I can
pay." The money was taken ip and
counted by Mr.-,the landlord,
who said "why, this is twice as uueh
as you owe !" "Dang'ed give it to me
again," said the farmer' "I m dashed, if
I aint took it out of the wrong pocket."
AN INDIAN a JOKE.--In the time of
Indian troubles; a friendly Indian visi
ted the home of Governor Jenks of
Rhode Island, when the Governor took
occasion to request him, if any strange
Indian should co.ne to his wigwam,
to lt him know it. This the Indian
promised to do, and the Governor told
him that when he should give such in
formation, he would give him a ma~g of
flip. Some time after the Indian came
again, and on meeting the Govern
'WVell, Mr Gubernor, strange In
dian come to my house last night'
'Ah,' says the Governor, "what did
'IHe not speak,' replied the Indian.'
'What! not speak at allp' irnquired
'H-e not speak at all.'
'That looks suspicious,' said his Ex
cellency, and inquired if he were there
still. Bleing told that he was, the
Governor ordered the promised mug of
flip. When this was disposed of, and
the Indian was about to depart, he
mildly said, 'Mr. Gubernor, my squaw
have child last night,' arnd the Gov
ernor finding the strange Indian was
a new born paposse, was glad to
find there was no cauise of alarm.
Porrs.-Dr. J. V. 0. Smith, of
Boston, says that immense crops of
poppies are raised in Switzerland, not
for opium, but .for the oil extracted
from their seeds.' This oil is beauti
fully transparent, extensively used in
house painting, colorless as water, and
when mixed with white lead, leaves a
beautiful surface that never becomes
yellow. Now that linseed oAl is i-is
ing in price, and as much of our soil is
unfit for the cultivation of flax, he ad
vices the attempt at cultivating the
poppy here, which does very well even
on poor sandy soil. He says too thma.
the oil is quite palatable for salads.
Into a tumbler, three parts filled
with water, drop two,.or three lumps
of phosphu ret of lime; a composition
will take place, and phosphuretted hy
drogen gas be produced, hubbles of
which will rise to the surfatce when
they immediately take fire and ex
plode. terminating in becautiful ring
lets of smoke. This is the same kind
ofgas which is generated at the ltot
tomn of shall ow pools of slagnat water,
in boggy and marshy places, and in
graveyards. It becomes ignited by
contact with the air, and is called ig
nis fatuus, or Wih-o'-the-Wisp.
An oderhas eensubmtte inthe
House of Represerntives of Massa
chusetts, directing the Committee on
Education to inquire into the expedi
eney of pr-oviding legal restrits
against the mischief now perpetratedl
by the mummery known as "Spirit
TlhePalmer Jo(ur-nal man thus winds
off an effecting notice of the death of
its Shanghai rooster:
"His vosse, when hearm'd .an'et 'he
AIARRIBD.-On the evening of
the 26th inst., by the Rev. N. Ga.
uAKI, MR. -A. MURPHY, to Miss
LENORAIT WINDHAM, the form.
er late of Charleston, and the latter
of this place.
A notier Scientifie Wonder I
IMPORTANT TO DYsPEPTICs.
Br. J. 8. Hloughton's Pepsin, the true Di.
gestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared from
Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
directions of Baron Liebig, the great Physiolo
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 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
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Hundreds of our eitizens 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;
ed, do as we have done--get a bottle or two of
Dr. Hoofland'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 I
Whereas O. P. McBoy and L. M. Mc
Roy, late merchants and co-partners tr
ding in Sumter District, South Carolina,
under the firm oro. P. McRoy & Co., have
this day executed an assignment to me for
the benefit of such creditors as may avail
themselves of its provisions, now in con
formity to the Act of the Legislature in
such case made and provided, I do hereby
notify the creditors of the said 0. P. Mc
Roy & Co., to meet at the Court House
at Suinterville, on Wednesday the 11th
inst., to proceed to the appointment of an
Agent or Agents, in compliance with the
terms of the said Act.
W. E. RICHARDSON,
Mlay 2, 1853 27-It
All persons are hereby cautioned not to
trade for, or receive in payment of any
debt, either or both of two Notes given by
the subscriber to R. J. Price, the one for
two hundred and fifty dollers, and the oth
er for two hundred arid ten dollarR, as said
Notes given for two separate tracts of land
were to be paid after good and lawful titles
were made to me by Price, which condi
tions were put in writing and are now in
my possession, and which contains the
further understanding that in the event of I
his failing as he has done, to make such
titles he would forfeit the amounts &c.
C. A. LESSESNE.
April 3, 1853 27-tf
L. Watchman copy.
All persons indebted to me either by
Note or Account or otherwise are notified
that payment MUSTP be made by the 25th
May inst., as 1 am in want of funds and
must have it.
May 3, 1853 27-tf
It is no Joke!
Iam re-2y in need of Funds, and all
persons indebted to me for the last
3 or 4 years, will please settle up in sonme
way, either personally or by letter-Mo
ney sent mailed at my risk.
May, 3, 1853. 27. t f
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NE~W YTORK.
DEROS ET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors and General Commis
flB. McLAUJRN, Esq., will give per
.Ie sonal and ep.ial attention to the in-.
terests and orders of his fricnds in this
State and the adjoiniing Counties of North
Carolina, who miay favor these Houses
with their patronage. Consigniments of
produce to the liouse in New York, either
hy way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
\Vilmington, will be covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be p~romnptly giv
May 3, 1853 27-tf
Do not Defer, but Come if
YJIU WANT1 TO GET TIIIE
Mr. REICII, Merchant TIailor, bega
leave to informi the gentlemen of Sumter
ville and District that lie has just returmed
with a spenidid assortment
Cloths, Cuassismeres, Dr~ap'd ete,
Vestings, &c. &c., and in short ever, thing
that is required for a full suit. hlavdr
made the choice of his ig "Is himseelf, lie
doubts not but what h~e can stuit the Iruost
fastidious. Trhore is no mise to have yotir
cloths made in Charleston oc' by Yanklees,
wtheni you can have them made as stylish
and as well if riot better than anywhere
else right at home, and this Mir Rtmeni
promises to 1.0, nay, he will add that, if his
work is not turned out at least equal to any
done in this conntry he will not ch~ar,'
aw. thing. As for his pricos they shall* be
at New York rates. Ah m e aisks is, g.ve
hii a trial ! ! Come soon and pick o-it
some of those beautiful P'ants amid Vest
patterns, it will soon bo warm and yoti will
Mr. RFIer lives next door to John F".
I Iaynsworth alnost opposfte Dr. WVithier
A pril 26ith, 18353 20--tf(
The undersigned having %M g ay enter.
rd into the General Comnilision and
Anctioneering Business, for the purchase
Lnd Pale of REAL ESTATE, STOCK8j
VOTES, BONDS, FURNITURE, &c4
7esectfully solicits the patronage of his
riends and the public generally. All busi.
ies entrusted to his care, will -4 prompt.
y and faithfully attended to.
W. S. GADSDEN.
Office 36, north side of Broad-st,
a few doors east of Church-st.
RYF.FRENcEs.-Thoimas I. Gadslen, J.
W. C. Johnston, J. B. Campbell, W. C.
)ukes, Eliqha Carson, A. G. Mcgrath,
3harleston, S. C.
April 26th, 1893 26--3w
ALL persons indebted tb the Estate of
lev. James Newbery, deceased, either by
vote or Account will make immediate pay
nent. And those having dermands against
lie same will render them in properly at.
ested within legal time to
A. McCAIN NEWBERY,
SAMUEL C. GRAHAM,
April 26th, 1853 26--tf
IV Darlington Flag please copy
COLUMBIA, S. C. April 11, 1853.
9y His Excellency John L. Manning,
Governor and Command Ar-in-chief in
and over the State of South Caroli
IN pursuance of an Act of the General
ssembly of this State, passed 10th of De.
ember, A. D. 1852, entitled "An Act to
rrange the State into Districts for the
lection of Representatives in the Congress
if the United States and for other purpo.
es," the votes for the 33rd Congress have
een counted in the presence of the Gov.
rnor by Commissioners appinted for that
turpose, and it appears that ohn McQueen
:as been duly elected for the 1st Congres.
ionil District, composed of Lancaster,
hesterfield, Marlboro,' Darlington, Mari
in, Williamsburg, Horry, anti George.
own; William Aiken for the 2d Congres
rional District, composed-of the District of
3harleston, exclusive of St. Johns, Colle.
on; Wm. F. Colcock for 3rd Congression
i District, composed of Beaufort, Barn
veil, Orangehurg, Colleton, and the Parish
if St. Johns, Colleton; Preston S. Brooks
or the 4th Congressional Dtstrict, com
iosed of Abbeville, Edgefield, Lexington,
qevierry, and Laurens; James L. Orr
br the 5th Congressional District, compos
.d of Anderson, Pickens, Greenville, Spar
anburg, and Union; and Wm. W. Boyce
br the 6th Congressional District, com
>osed of York, Chester, Fairfield. Richiand,
<ershaw and Sumter. Now therefore, 1,
fohin L. Manninr, Governor and Cummand
!r-in-chief in and over the -stato aforesaid,
lo issue this my Proclamation, notifyig
Lnd declaridg, accordingr to the 1rovisions
f the Act aforesaid, that John McQueen,
Wi. Aiken, Wi. F. Colcock, Preston S.
3rooks, Jas. L.. ()rr, and \Vm. W. Boyce
iad a majority of the votoa in their respec
ive Contvressional Districts. and are there
ore duiy elected Representativee in the
L3rd Contgress of the United States.
Given tinder my hand and the seal of the
iti, at Columbia, this 11ith day of April,
V. I. 18(23, and in the 77th yeamr of the
sovereign'ty and Independcee of the Um;
ed States r.f A merica.
JOHN L. MANNING.
A pril 19th, 1853 25-3t
EM" All the papers in the State will
Sumuteri lIe, S. C.
iisnet fully informs the peopIle of .um.
en District that he has. just receive.J and
sow olyesrs for utale the bes'. selected and
nlout chmoice iit wk of
Sptinug and( Summsner Goods
I'hat cannot be surpassed by anything in this
nairket. Hie hmas rece'ivedh macny new rstyle.,
yhich purchasers wvould do well to examine be
ore buying elsewhere.
BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND
A full and large supply of IHouiery, Shirts,
)rawers, Gloveu, Suspenoders, Gravats, Jitand
terchiefs, &c. &c.,
t larg~e asstortmnt o.f READY M1ADE CLO.
I'H ING. which will be sold low.
,.W" Garments mnnfactured by the subscri.
,er, anti warrnte~md to give satisfaction. Or
Iers from a distance promptly attendted to.
April 12th, 1d53 -t
China, Glass And
IL. E, NICHOLS,
COLUM'BIA, S. C.
ASiu-t receivedl dirLect from the ma..
- utacturers inm lnghnd and France,
md by recent v'ossets from the North, a
-tery coinmplete ai vatried atssorimc t ot the
b e name. Cf GOD.', coimprisin:: all the
iew patteLr: s amnd shttpes; ationg which
WV1H Tl G R:ANITE or STlONIWA RE,
Cajlua inisht a superior article;
Iltne atnd othier Colored W~var:, of tnew
'rech jad~ Enlish China, nev: shapes,
plaini Wntte 'Tehl andI dlecorated;
tich Chi'a Dinner andI Ten-: Ott',, anid
beautiful Fatncy Article~s in the line;
2ot, Moumulered and Polished .Ilasswvar,,
of every kmdt;
atnd Parlor L~ampl, a sutperior artiache;
Weobb's P'atent Oil and La.rd L'unts. a new.
.t tic le git ..ig great. lighi anmi Ibril liancy;
l'en Trays, best Table Cutlery andh Pal.
ted Cators, Spoonms, Porks, & c.
Alsey H. Ramsey Bill for Par
vs. tition of Real
William Adkerson, Estato M1ason
et al. Spears.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that
William Adkerson, Sarah Adkerson, Mar
garet Adkerson, Hanmptoni 8pears, James
S. Spears, Penelope Crabtree and
Crabtree, her husband, Amelia White-and
- White her husband. Almira Sites,
and - Sites, her husband, John Col
lins and Martha Butler and - Butlur,
her husband, parties Defendants in the said
case, all reside beyond the limits of the
State. It is ordered that the said parties
do appear and plead, demur, or answer to
the said Bill within three months from the
first publication of this order, and failling
to do so, the said bill will be taken pro
confesso against them.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTIH,
Com'r Eq. S. D.
April 4th 1853 23--3m
To Suit the Season,
At prices to suit the
The subscribers having received a large
and WELL SELECTED STOCK,
embracing every variety and style of goods,
consisting 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
futhermore feel convinced that as regards
" CDEAPNESS " they cannot be sur
passed by any house in town.
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
Sumterville. March 29th. 1853.
Watches, Jewelry, Etc.
RESPECTPULLY informs his frien/a
that he has now on hand, and will con.
stantly keep, an extensive assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches
MANTEL CLOCKS OF EVER]
A LARGE VARIETY,
.MILITA RY AND FANU:Y
Guns, Riles, Sportsman's Appara-tus,
FINE POCKET & TABLE CUTLERY,
Together with all kinds of
Hi stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS,
SILVER WARE, and JEWELRY em.
braces a handsome and fashionable collec.
timn of such articles. It is- his design noi
to be surpassed in the task anod ele-rance
of his selectiors, and his prices will te
found on exam:naton to lie as moderate ai
at any other establishntit in the South.
He solicits a continuance of the cu itom
heretofore so liberally bestowed on the old
firn. R. A. .YONGUE.
February 22, 1853 17-tf
Whlo has made now improvements and
considerably enlarged his store, and is now
receiving fresh goods by eve.ry train e
cars arid oll'ers to the publie for the sum
mer months the fubowing articles low fo:
Iee Cream and Lcmonade, (daily) Ice,
Orangoe, Leimonis, Pine Apples and all the
tropic:,l frnits; also a fine assortment a1
Tobacco and Cigars, with a clioice lot a1
Fa;:r.Jy Groceries, also a large stock o:
.DY GOODS, &c.
Piced sab~lmon and P'reserves, Flour ni
the~ bat brands wairranited, also at large lot
of Blacon of which he receives a new sup,
ply weekly. All of which he guarantee:
to sell at tihe lowest rates for cash.
April 5th, 1853 23-tf
THE Subscriber having opened a gro,
cery underneath the Town Hall, designa
keeping constantly on hand, a supply o
heavy articles. such as
Sugar, Coff'ee, Tea, Flour
RICE, BUCK WHEATV, MOLASSES
VIN EGARI, BACON. LA RD, BUTJTER
CH lEhSE, M ACKIMREIL. SALT, SOAP
CAND OLES, POT ATOES, &c. &c.
In fact little o: almost everything that ii
good to eat; all ot which wiull be sold low'
f'or cash, or in exchannge for country pro.
duce. le promises to attend to lis owr
buasiness, and hopes by at tending sitrictly
thereto, to receive a liberal share of pa
tronage. J. M. CIlANDLJER.
March 15th, 1853 20-tf
By the Governor.
lIL A DQUA R T E R,
CIIA RTLESTON, Fe b. 25, 1353.
Thre following gentlemnen havng been ap
poimite- andt c~iOiamonedt Airls-o tamp to hil
l'xcelleccyi the G~overnor a i Comm ndler-in
Chief, with ~the rank of I 'eutenant Colneln
will be obesyed and respectra accordi- ::y.
.'. W. CANTPEY.
Adj't arnd lisp'r G.eneral.
JOSI-. 11 HAYWARID,
WM. R. D)OGAN,
ders:d ,':Ciisisoners -
pointedi by the 0o6nitroller.' General to
open books o' subscription t&,tile Capio.
tal Stock of "Tho Bank of-Sumntervillo,
will attend (or that purpose at the store of
Capt. T. D. Fr.erson, in Sumterville, be
tween the hourts of 9 A. 1..and .4P . St.,
from the fourth day of April next tintil the
let day of July next, utlo the capital stock
shall have been previon ly subincrilied.
Capital 8300,000. Shares W25 each.
Five dollars in specie, or the bills of specie
payingIBanks, to be paid on each at the
time of subscribing
The charter declares it shall not bp law.
ful for any person to subscribe for shares
in the name of other persons,
W. F. B. HAYNS WORTH,
'. D. FR1ER.90N,
A, J. MOSES.
bMarch 18th, 1853.
The following gentlemen have been ap
pointed Comiissioners to open books of
subscription to the said Bank, oni the above
stated conditions, at the following places,
W. C. DuKES,
At Charleston, Eaasna CAasor,
R. W. GIBBEs,
At Columbia, E. J. ARTHUR,
. J. C. WALER.
W. b. SnaNrON,
At Camden, W. T. CASTON.
A. l.K ENNEDY.
At Lancaster c ir. Jou WILLIams,
J. Ij. WITHnrSooN.
Jots A. Afooai,
At Cheraw, GEO. II. McIvER,
At Marion c 1. E. B. WHEELER,
T. B. HAYvswoRTH,
At Darlington c it E. W. CHARtLE',
J. I. Noitxvoon.
E. J. PORTER,
At Kingstree, SAM'L MATuF.Ws,
A. ISAAC McKnIOIT.
The said Commissioners will keep open
the said books within the Limes above spe
cified, unless they aball be notifled to close
thern by the Commissioners at Sumter
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTH,
T. D. FRIRSON,
A. J. MOES.
M-rch 22, 1853 21-tf
Of Dry Goods.
Which for variety, quality, newness of styles
and cher-pness, merit the attention of every
body, some of which we here enumerate:
Plain colored Canton Crape Shawl., at $5.
Superfino Cant Crape Shawls with extra heavy
fringes, Rich -.nbroidered Cant Crape Shawls,
Superfine French aid Berlin Wool, Reasedale
Tyne and Bay State, Double, Four faded and
Long Shawls, of the heaviest description. Hea.
vy 10-4 square Woolen Shawls of the following
styles: Santag, Jenny Lind, Florence and Bays
Water. French Ebroidered Thibet, Broche
worked. Janiquard loom worked and plain
Thibet Shawls in choice variety. Embroidered
Canton Crape, Broobe worked and Paris
printed Mantles and Scarfs.
Plain and Figured BLACK Gno'D .RLtYN
SILus, Plain colored gro'd Nap and Mareeline
Silks ; Striped and Plaided Wash Silks; Plain,
Figured, Striped ano Plaid 3Mous. I)-Lalns in
the latest styles and richers dyes. Scotch and
English printed dl'laines of the handsomest pa
trans. Plain Paris Alousn. D'Laines in all va
riety of colon. tYRENcar, GERMAN and ENIG
Lisu IER i~os of the most a~uprior qualities and
colors. French and Eniglish Chintz patron
Calicoes. Best qualhties and makes of AmerI
can Prints. Col'd Organdies, French Crap
Liese, Bareges, Crape b'paris Illusions, Sik
Tissues, &c.,* for evening and Ball wear. Also
just received, 132 of beautifully Embroidered
Swiss Muslin Robe patron Dresses, each one
having a Fashion Carn attached.
Extra super FRENCHS BEEDL.E CHEMiwsETTas
of the richest descriptions and finest quality.
Prices from 37 1-2 to Sit) a piece.
Richest and latest styles French needle work
LACE and EIUsLIN COLLARS in a very large
Superb NEEDLE EMBRnOIDER ED L. N E N
CAsnua:C IIANDE ERCHIIEVe, also a superior as
sort ment of plain ditto.
Cambric and Swiss MIUSLIN EDGEKNOs,
FRILLs, BANDS, INsERTINGS, &C., of the best
qualities and ne west styles of~ Imported Needle
JIOSIER? Y, &c.
Superfine White, Black and Col'd, WORST.
EL) A ND LAM1BS WOOL Stockings, of the
best English manufacturers.
Extra Colored, White and Black, English
SPUN StI.K Stockings. Best qualities E ng
lish MAnVIAN STOCKINGS, Black and Slate,
Colored. Extra fine and heavy qualities Im.
pote rench and English SIL.x STOCKINoS,
Finest qualities FRENCH LISLU TitREAD,
Open Clohed and plain Stockings. Black, Slate,
Blue Mlixe . 1hIode Colors and Superior quali
ties White English Stockings of the cele brated
From France and Royal Browi, Birainds.
Extra Fine ad heavy qualities of Gentle.
men's UJNDER SlRTU land DRAwEas of lamha
- Wool, Saxony, Moerino ad Stockinet. Im
ported, Lannes UNDLII VEsTS of Malrino and
Ganze Lambs Wool. LADIES AND GENTS
GL OVEs, uf Silk, hierino, Kid, Lisle Thread,
Kid make Silk. Segovia, Cotton arnd other de'
scriptionts. Large and full asksortment of GEN.
TLE&IENs, FAsniONAsDE SHIRTS, COLARS,
CRAVATS, AND POCKET 114 NDKERCuIKra.
Br.ANxaTs, London Bath, D~uflield's and
Whianey Bl~ankerts, Fr.ANN~La, Weleh, Sialis
bury, French irino and Englishl Flaninels.
Superfinie Embdassed Cloth and Victoria Da
masks, TAnl.E AND PIANO Covas.
Best qualities ot' Brown and Whaite TABL.E
DAMAsxs, Doylies, NAPKINS, TOWELS, AND
lRusH LINENS AND SHE.TINOS, Or OUR owx
DIII ECT IMiPORTAT.ON.
CoT-roN Goons, Tickings, 3-4 4-4 anad 12-4
Browun She'etings, Best e ialities of Long Cloth,,
Sheetings, Cambhrics, Aluslins, Checks, Ging
hiamsa, batinets, Cassimieres, Vestings, Broad
Cloths. &c, &c..,
It will be worth your while to call and ex
amine lb fore purchasing elsew~ hero.
V' . .I ACOiB! or SN
21.1 'ing-st., ('lend) onp. the~ Big Boot.
101eto, .lan. 241, 1853 13---.tf
Who have juit received per Rail Roald a
lkne assortment of
Comiprising" rickle,, Preser' ed r r ut t. ie,
oe ajd ,-\. 4
dkdate for Co one t W th
a. C, Mfilita
March ith, 18g
P. Ml. GIBBO1-NIS nee
dfate for the office of TeC '
"alen County, at the enisunin W
07 We are ab
announoe Col. Ato
a candidatto6 ep-r et
FOR TAX COL
0:7 The Fr1end
IEL MATHIS, Evq., atiin'
caudidate for Tax Colleintot fo
County, at the ensuing eiection
Feb. 8th, 1853
FOR ORDIt$- A
please announce WILLIAM
SON as a candidate for the'0
nary of Sumter Dlstrict, at the
April 27th, 1852
cT We are authorize
announce T. J. DINKINS, REq., Cand
for Clerk of the Court, at the enuin elct e
April 16th 18.
K7- Mr. Editor: Pli&
nounce Ir. J. J. McKELLAR, a n
date for Clerk of the Courti for: -
District, and obige 1i1y
April 13, 1852.
P0 B H .E frp
:liThe Friends of
JOHN F. .JiNE, anuonnce hiln acand
date for Sher ff'of Sumter District M thu
Nov. 12th, 1852 3..
V:iiib W e are autho*
to announice A. E. POOL as a candidaiWeff' ''
for Sherif of Sumter District, at the nsuW i
December 21, 1852 8..-tf
FISK'S METALL1C COPFINS or all '
sizes, constantly on hand and for sMe
by HUDSON & BROTHERIC
Opp. Temperance Hall Sumtervi e
June 15th, 1852 34-t
ROBERT W, AN DREWS notoesn the
citizens of this, and the ad Ining Districts
that he has remo*ed bSta near theDe
pot of the W, & M. I. Road, where he is ready
at all times to take chare of diseased Horses
foe a moderate charge ;n all cases where thee
is no cre no pay will be expected. He-"alo
continues tetak Pasmse to and furom
Depot, and e .ee aho y to receive a New
Omnibus for that purpose. Goods he will haul
attk old rate of 10 cents per paansand
solicits the patronage of the public.
Feb. 22, 1853 37--t
D. J, WINN,
Has just received from Baltimore and N
York, a large and well selected stock of
Broadcloths, CassIo1eres aand
the fine,-t and beat that has ever been brught
to this market. "
* -AAQ ,--- - .-.
Ready made Clothing for denutes and Youths,
of every qnal tyand description. .Having pe
lected the Goos, and had them made up te or
der, he can Warrant the work.
Every description and quality of Gloves; Draev
Hata made up to order; Caps, Silk Cravats, -
Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs and Neck T'Ies,
Linen Shirts, do. Collars, Mferino Undefthlrts
do. Drawers, with ever article that Is *orp ipy
gentlemen, which he oflera on reasonabie term ~ *
and solicits a call from his old customers,a4
the cittsens of the District geerally.
Sumnterville, Nov. 15th, t8 2 3--t
The subscriber having discontinued the Dr -
Business will devote his whole time to 'he' preo
tice of medicene. Those wishing his professkru -
al survices will find him at all titae. at hisres.
donc in the Villege.
R. S. 3MFLZI'r, 14. b.
Jan. 10 1853, . 1...y
By Thomas O'Coniior,
,Just received per Rail lIoad, a choice selcee
tion of Cigars and Tubstcco Cordials, Pre'
serves of all descriptions, Jellys, &o. Also a
comnplete assortment of Groceries, which he
guarantees to sell as low as they can be oh
tained from Charleston for.
Feb. 1, 1853 14-tf
PERSONS wishing vehickles of any
kind canu buy theni of E. Dixon, at Suimter
ville, as cheap as dan be bought in Charles
toni or elsewhere and warranted~ to stand.
Ai nI 19th, 1853 25-ti
In Equity-Snwnter District
Johin WV. Aayrant, et. al.
It appearing to rty satinsation that John
W. M'vsyr, one of the Defendants. in the
above stated cause, is absent frora and without
the imuts of the biate of South Carolina. On
ar 'ion of 3. S. G. itehardlson, Complainaut's .
S&:xeitor, It is ordered that the said John W, -
Mtayran& do plead, answer or deniur, to the -
said Cnipiainant's 111i1 of Cornplaint within
three mnonths from tihe date of the publication
ofmiis order, or an order "pro confesso" will be
entered against him.
F. ii. HIAYNSWORTH,
Com'r. E. S. 1D
thruat'y 0?:h. 1853 18-i
-. 2- N IIAMMUET,
AT'i 'NEY AT LAWV
?"F RVI LE, C
, -:~ No of hnd i : $317 40, rivadt CII
we will not pay coi ?Ut ~niis co.-nN i6:b