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town, -adaentened . on .onday last
to-pay a fine .:600, and.. undergo,
n, 1.impen~seg~ment o0 nino years. Soll
tary confrgmentvEat hard lepor.
Fienanuba neeting ofthe American
4edica:Aish ' vms was po ln&Vin
1ir 0 o th.learned.)6'dy.
""trdtogeher. ini the
S veeigt 4 h
he bet.,, . the -experts.
rte n ae.moat .probata,
bly nut " afai.4v the'diedical.
profeis siliot " certainly be goic6.
judges .f diet. 'he governors of the.
huh d ritn_ .bbave .itimtit -
teir intention to invite. the members.
't1in -6std 'tht, 'Nubiro
i xt6~sat Bellevye, at 1ahckwell's
I1i el8,1o th'at th-dr'. Issiot 0rid
4btibt thateach and' all will hWe "a
good timeV
.1 IN t N E A L,
:ARBIEL):-Op Tuesday, .28th,
Rev. SAMUEL Mcatnst,
wki.EWILLIAM McKEN2MI, of
Siinte, to MISS MARGARET Uf,
GRAHAM ot Williamsburg.
8#EVIAL NOTICES.
A4 ottin Selematfic Wondee 2
IMJPORTANT TO DYsPEPTIcs.
J. S. lov'ghton's Pepsfa .de atue 1)v
Eit.pyhiqi. or'Gtnc Jsdce, prePPed fro;n.
Reinet, or ti.i PourtliStomach ofthe Or, after
ditectionb of Baron Liebig, the great Physielo--'
gal Chemiy. YJ 1 8. Houghten)M D Phla:.
delphia. This trilly a wqndorful renedy for
s'digeotion; Dgspepsia dundice, Liter'Com
plai't,'Constipation and Debility, euring after
NaItire'il Ow Methd- by' Nature's Own
Agent,.the qastric latc. Ntanphlets, contain
lh*ftntific.'4iisheo. of ia value, frnished
byorst grais, Se notice atimng the nedica
adtvrtisements. 8-ly.
NPqiaan~j 0,0.eaiidkka hitterR. -
itundredsot oir citizens compliai of debili.
ty apd langour of. the system, derAngement of
the livel shd stometh, wat of appetite,. &c.
they ar4 freqeetly the tellt -of to close.ap.
plication, and a thousand tfther causes we can
not here name ; but we would say to all alict;.
ed, do as we have done=get a bottle or twd of
Dr. Hloofiand'. Gernkan flittets, prepared by D.
Jackson, and oiir word ror it you will be cured..
We recommntnih this ndiine, knowing from
,eiperixence that it r knUch supAior to the genen.
tality 'of paten\l Iedh:Ines. We would say to
0our readers, purchased none unless prepared by
Dr. CM. Jaiksorr, Philadelphia. July 1.
- *9..Poeonit.- - -
husaps p parents *ho uo Vermilfgo.
Voroposedof Castor Oil-, Calomel, &c., are not
aware that while they app ar to benefit the pa.
tienta the'a aetaaly layingithe foundation for
Sserios o, diseases, such *a salivaiop [ona of
sightt weakness. of limba fo.
aftathei Uhareni 1ivill be* ound the adver.
tisenet:oIfnaces, :MeicIiies, to which
in winron'es-el sfir Children's health.
In Liver Comiplainti andf i11.disorders arising
fronrithose ''f'ai bilious type, uhould sialle use
of the only gentinue medicin'o, iobensack'.
Liter Pill.
g. '%fl nor deecved,'' but ask for Hohben.
sack's Worm Syr'p Liver .end Plills, and the
serve that each has' the signaturiof the -Proprie
or, J, N. IIGDKNSAoEK a none else 'are genigine
Agust..10. *. . .. . .4g..ly
Segars!! Segars !V!
J:USI.' received from Blaltimnore
1#,OO0 Se 19-choice Brands.
- B3UTL'ER.& NE WBERYI
May 10th, 1852 ' 28--tf
- FROM the subsetiher two years
ago mly negro Ivoman MIRAN PA, con.
elderiabl:above tlie comnion size, ef dark
comblexion, somewhat of.i-oma-n none with
loss rof one thunib,- and- quite intelligent
whon spoken. to; and her. son TOM.- has
also .4g raniavay for about 18 months,
comrhon.size,...yery dark,..about 16 years
old and with high and somewhat recoding
forehead, a small scar over one of his eyes,
white teeth'.iid a small deforgnity of one
of his' middl niils. These twvo are. sup.
psd to'b igliout Charleston.Neck as the
musband lives-there.
- Ranaway air'monthe since my negro
GRACE, .about 80 years-of age, yellow
-complexign, above the ordinary size, with
two of hqr fingera stifffrom being cut in
cottorl.gin, and a black mnole~on hier face.
fydrivers JESSE is ranaway, lie is
, at359years old, common size, very
Iak,ii Ekjascar or ili breast and a slight
wound on ong hand from the cut of a saw.
AKliberal reward will be given for their ap.
,prehension and lodgment in any Jail in the
State so that.! can get them.
J. L. MELLETT.
May 10, 1853 28-tr
JAMES M, HURST,
Formerly of the
AN~n1can Hotel,
havit prhae out Mr. S'TEIN, Mer.
hans Htel wotidbe glad to see any of
,isi old friends6 Board 81.530 per day.
May.10, 1853 . 2-1
DRY GOODS
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Browning & Leman,
Nvo. 209 and 211 Ring; Corner
-- F M'AREET STRIEET,
WII dffer 'to FAMILlES and PLANT
JERS visnkinq Charleston thisa srng the
CHJOICES'1 -STOCK of FA NC AND
STAPLJS DII.Y GOOD)S that has ever
bieen olredj for inspection in thin city.
Thbe~y in,'ia. an examination and assure
theoir frierns andc purelbasers generally that
re t wil copt arably withany
T~errhe Casn oyCity acceptance,
PROWVNINq 4, LEMIAN,
SuWccesors to
C. & . L, KaRasoH.'& Co,
May 10, I8 .
COLUMBIA, M1al 4th, 1853.
The following communication has been
just received froin the ComhmiiWto make
arrangements for holding an- adjourned
Commercial Convention at Memphis, Ten
nesee, .on the first Monday in Juyae nextt
Mrarsqis, Feby 13, 1858.
The.Comniereial Convenftion"recenhtly
held in ti 'city of Baltimore, hUyitg ad.
journed tq9neet In MIemphli ;on iJhe lit
Monday in June next, -the undersigned
liaye been.autlhorized to make all. needful.
arrangements, that the same may pass off
usefully.and pleasantly. The various im
p&'tant subjects discsed A Baltimo're,
will-donbtless he- renewep and examined.
with' indreased interest with a view to
praetical resulti.' We have ben comniad.
stoned by our fellow ditizens to invite ybu
to..b.e.present on- the ittdresting occaslony
and par.ticipate-i Its deliberations. In dis.
charge, of the duties assigned us, we have
likeoWile to reqnst' that ybur -Excellency
will immediately nominatki a * nitinerous
delegation of your most prominent citizons,
to represent your State in the adjourned
Conventionj and that you have the names
of thosedelegates published.
We take. this Udasion to tender to you
a'nd the delegation from your State who
mnar. visit -us, a cordial welcome and the
hospitalitles of our city.
We have the honor to be, with great re
spect, your obedient servante,'
J. P. -Pryor, E. M. Yerver.
W. A. flooth -Janie H. bbey,
A..Wright, F. P. Stanton,
John:Maitti7, J. T. Trezevant,.
J. P. Cautlens, H..C. Walker,
James.'Wicke;aham, D. M. Corwin,
Jatnhea ewellb H. G. Smith,
James L. Penn$ A. Al. Hopkins,
M; W. Lindoay, F. A. Owen,
Laori Trousdale) ' James C. Jones,
A. P.-AMerrillw A. S..Caldwell,
H. IL Harris, ..8. P.-Bankhead,
Committee of Correspondence.
'Ii comnliance .with the earnest wishes
therein eipiessed, and the limited space of
time, allowing rio other mode of appoint
ment, I have designated the following gen
tleren to represent this State in the Con
vention. A letter to each delegate notify
ing him of his appointmen', has be n ad
dressed.from this Department; and I hope
that both their leisure. and inclination will
iniuce tham to be present, and participate
in the deliberations of that body, affecting
so- many important intrests of this State
and of the South generally.
(Signed) JOHN L MANNING.
.Delegates to the Memphis Convention.
1. Ex-Governor David Tohnson.
2.- Ex-Governor John P. Richardson.
3. Ex.Governor Whitemarsh ' B. Sea
brook.
4. Fx-Governor John H. Means.
5. Lieutenant Governor James H. Irbv.
6. Hon. R. F. W. Allsbon, President of
the Senate.
7. lion. James Simons, Speaker of the
Hone of Representatives.
8. Hon. Robert V. Barnwell.
9. Hon. J. L Orr, M. C.
10. Col. Wade Hampton.
11. Hon. F. W. Pickens.
12. Hon. Daniel Wallace..
13. Han. James Chesnut..
14. Ho-. John T. Townsen'd.
15. lion. W. W. Boyce, M. C.
16. Hon.William Drliose.
-17. Hon.-J. D.- Witherspoon. -
18. Hon. B, F. Perry.
19. Hon. Franklin 1, Moses.
20. Hon. 11. H. Vhompson, .
21.. C. G. Memnminger, Esq.,
22. George A. Trenholm.
23. Henry Gourdlin.
24. Henry C. Young.
25. Gen. D. F. Jamison'
26. Gen. John Buchmnan.'
27. HI. WV. Conner, -Esq.
28. Gen. WV. WV. Harllee.
29. Gen. S. McGowan.
303. J. Harleston Read, Son.
31. Robert Cunningham, Eisq.
32. Hon. WillIam Elligt.
.33, lIon. C. WV. Dudley.
34. Jatmes Rose. Esq.
3&. Nelson Mlitche!!, Esq.
36. J. P. Carrel. Esq.
87. IIon. J. D. Wilson.
88. lHon. Thomas C. Perrin.
39. A. G. angrath..
40. John Bryce, Esq.
41.~dmund Beollinger, Juin.
42. WV. A. Owens, Esq.
43. Maxcy Greeg. Esq.
44. A. P. Aldrich, Esq.
45. E. WV. Charles, Esq.
40. Dr. John P. Zimnmermian.
47. H~on. Dixon Barnes.
May 10, 185s. 28-1
-Notice.
All persons are hereby cautioned not to
trade-for, 'or receivo in payment of any
debt, either or both of two Nooes given by
the stibscriber to R. J. Price, the one for
two hundred and fifty dollers, and the oih
er for two hundred and ten dollars. as said
Notes given. for tw~:o separate tracts of land
were to be paid after good and law ful titles
were made to me by Price, wvhich condi
tions were put in writing and are now in
my possession, anid which contains the
further understanding that in the ev*ant of
his failinL' as he- has done, to make such
titles he would forfeit the amounts &c.
C. A. LESSE~SNE.
A pril 3, 1853 27-if
Oi~r Watchman copy.
Al Special Notice.
Alpersons indebted to me either by
Note or Account or otherwise are notified
that payment MUST be made by the 25th
May inst., as I am in want of funds and
must have it.
THOMAS O'CONNOR.'
May 3, 1853 27---f
amIt is no Joke!
amreally in need of Funds, and all
' persons indebted to me for the last
3 or 4 years, will please ietle up in some
way, either personally or by letter--Mo.
ney sen* mailed atmy r S
May, 3,. 1853. 27. tf
Executor's Notice.
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of
Rev. James Newbery, deceased, either by
Note or Account will make immediate pay
ment. And those having, demands against
the smie will render them in properly at
tested within legal time to
A. McCAIN NEWBERY,
SAMUEL C. GRAHAM,
Executors.
April 28th, 1853 '-26.-t(
tW Darlington Flag please copy.
DeROSSET,
8 RO1NT STREET,1NEW TOR
EROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factor. and General Commui
ajon .Aerchani.
.cLAURIN,- Esq., will give'pe
sonal and apecial attentjpn to the in
terests. and orders of~ his' riends in thi
State and the adjoining Counties of Nort
Carolina, -Who may favor these House
with their patronage. Consignments c
produce to the House in Now York, eithe
.way.,of Charleston, Georgetown, o
ih&ngton, will be covered by insurance
If p6tice of .the shipment be promptly giv
eni.
'May 3,1853 27-tf
$25 Reward.
RUNAWAY, on last. Saturda
the 1 th inst., my boy RICHARI
..,ans wers to the name of DICK,
. whlit' nulatto about five-teet 3 or
incnes high, tolerably stout built, and abou
twenty-fivo:'years old, with straight ligh
colored short hair, has a vety snulky ap
pearance, and answers quick and shor
when spoken to. Whin h? left he hsd o1
a black over-coat and a pair of commo1
negro cloth pants, a low crown dove color
ed furd hat. The. boy has a very dowi
look-I have had the word " 91ave " writ
ten on his fqre-heao with India Ink, jus
above the eye-brows, though I have n<
daubt lie will try to hide it by tying some
thing around his head or he may put
plaster'. over t.- e will be certain to ir
and pass for a while. man. The above rc
ward of Twenty-live Dollars will be pal
for his delivery in an Jail in the State.
JAMES LOWRY.
Bradleyville P. O. Sumter District.
March 15, 1653 20-tif
Eiw The-Black River Watchman, Cam
den Journal, Darlington Flag, Marion Stai
Columbia Banner, ropy five times, an
Charleston Mercury and the Georgetowi
Pee Dee Times publish once a week fc
five weoks.
Do not Defer, but Come i
YOU WANT TO GET THlE
Choice.
Mr. REICH, Merchant Tailor, beg
leave to inform the gentlemen of Sumtoi
ville and District that he has jnst returne
with a spondid assortment of
Cloms, Cassimneres, Drap'd eat
Vostings, &c. &c., and in short ever thin,
thitis required for a ful) siiit. Havin
ma:1o 'the choice of hia goods himself, h
doubts:not but What he can sait the mot
fastidious. There is no use-to hvve you
cloths made in Charle -ton or by Yankees
when;.you.can have them made as stylis
and s..well if not better than anywher
elie righr at home, and this Mr. REWC
prdsises tb do, nay, he will add that, if hi
work is not turned out.at least equal to an
done in this conntry he will not charg
anything. As for his prices they shall b
at New York rates. All lie asks is, giv
him a-trial -- Come soon anrid pick ot
soine of those -beautiful Pints and Vet
patterns.-it will soon- be- Warm and you wi
want them. .
Mr. REIcH lives next door.-to John I
Haynsworth almost opppsfte Dr. Withei
spoon'
Apr il 26di, 1653, .: 26-tf
A1 ANDERS3ON,
Snauter vAile,. S. O.
Respectftilly informs the people of Sum
ter District that he has just receiveci and I
now otlers for sale the bes,.selected andjf
most choice stock of
Spring and Sunuaner Goods
That cannut be surpassed by anything ini i
snarket. ie hias received many new utyle
which purchasers would do well to examine~ be
fore buying elsewhere.
-BROAULOTHS, CASSIMERES AN]
- V E S T I N G S .
A full and large supply of H~oslery, Shirts
Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravat.., Ihan.
kerchiefs, &c'. &c.,
A large assortment of ItEA DY MADE CLO
T ING, which will be sold low.
ES Garments, mannifacture.d by the subscr
her, and wa, ranted to give szatisfaction. 0O
dern from a distance promptly attended to.
A. ANDERSON.
April 12th, 1853 21--f
China, Glass And
SARTHEN WARE.
Direct Importations
H, E. NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AS ju-t received direct from the man
.u~acturers in England and France
adby recent vessels. froma the North.
very complete and varied assortment of th
nbove named GOODs, comprisantp all thi
new p-atterns and shapes; among wiac
are best
WVIHTS~ GRA:JITE~ or STONE~WARE
Chiua finish a suiperior article ;
Blue and other Colored WVare, of nos
styles ;
French and English China, new shapet
plain \Vhite Gold andl decorated;
Rich China Dinner anmd Ten-setts, an<
beautiful Fancy Articeo. ini the line;
Cut, Mouldened and Polished Glasswure
oft every kind ;
Dyott's Patent Camnpheno, Store, Office
and Parlor Lamnp, a. superior article ;
Web~b's Patent Oil and Lard Lamps. a net
artice giving great hg~ht and brilliancy
Tea Trays, best Tauble CUtle~ry and Pal
ted -Castors, $poons, Forkq, &c.
Hlousekeeping articles, in groat va.riety ;
Crates of assorted Wares. of desirable ani
new-styles, by WYholesail ;
Packages of Tlurnblers, Flasks, &c., low
by thie.package.
Havimg complete arrangemnents for obtain
ing onr Goods direct from the manufac
turers we can and will 'd~er rare induce
mnents, either by Whjiesale or Retail -
-Ordbrs attendbd to promptly.
H. E.' NICHOLS.
.Columbia, A pril -12, 1863 24-tf
FAMIHLY STORES,
BY
Clarke & Brother.
Who have just.- reeired per Rail Read
lEne abeortmnent of
Fancy -Groceries.
Comprsng Piekle., Preserved Fruit, Cigars
.Candles and a choice lot of Chewing tobacco
to which thu ye inite the attention of the eiti
.zn fti istrict.
The 'ifndegndd han ti ehtet.
ed :into the Genneral Comlnpision , aiid
Anctionecring Rusiness lodhe p
and sale of REAL ESTATE,''. KH,
NOTES, BONDS, FURNITURE,.Ac.,
respectfuily solicits the patronage of his
friend.and the public geherally. All.btsi.
ness entrusted to his care, will be prompt.
ly and faithfully attended to.
W.'S GADSDEN,
Office 30, north side of Broad.-st,
a few doors east of Church-st.
REFzRENcBs.--Thomias N. Gadsden, J.
M. C. Johnston, J. B. -Campbell, W. C.
Dukes, Eliqha Carson, A. G. Mcgrath,
r Charleaton, S. C.
r April 26th, 1893 20-3w
r
South 08a0olin,
Sumter District.
IN EQUITY.'- -
Alsey H. Ramsey Bill for Par4
V.. tition of Real
William Adkerson, - Estate Mason
et ai. . Spearsa
IT appearing to- my satisfaction that
L William Adkerson, Sarah Aakdrson, Mar
t garet Adkerson, Hampton Spears, James
- S. Spears, Penelope Crabtree and --
t Crabtree, her husband, Amelia White and
- - White her hitsband. Almira Sites,
and - Sites, her husband,'John Col.
lins and Martha Butler and - Butler,
her husband, parties Defendants in the saiJ
case, all reside beyond the limits of the
t State. It is ordered that the said parties
do appear and 'plead, demur, or. answer to
the said DIfI within three inotija from ihe
first publication of this order, and failjing
V to do 'o, the said bill will be taken pro
confrpo against them.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTH,
Com'r Eq. 8. D.
Commissioners Office,
April 4th 1853 23-3m
GOOD8
TO Suit the Aeason,
At prices to suit the
FT I M E S..
The suiscribers having received a large
and .WRLL SELECTED STOCK,
embraci ig.eivery varie.ty and style of goods,
coisstmlig of a great many articles too nu
s inerous to mention; but if you will just
- honor them with a call,, they will take
i much plensnre in showing their goods, and
ihermaore feel convinced that as regards
, -CEAPNESS' "they tannot be sur
passed by any house in town.
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
Sumterville. Mairch 29th, 1853.
Increased Stock
BY
John O'Connor.
Who has made new improvements and
considerably enlarged his stores and is now
reeeving fresh goods 'by every train of
cars and ofi'ers to -the public for the sum.
mer months the following articles low for
tcash:
Ice Cream and' lemonade, *(aily) Ice,
I Oranges, Lemons, Pine Applelaff all the
tropical fruits;. also a fi massortnent. of
Tobacco and Cigars, ithv choice kot qJ|
Family Groceries.'aisb1i'a 8iseck .f|
DR Y GOODS, &c.'
Pickled S:.dman and Presier 'P:'ouli'or
the best brands warrante,; alre'glargelo
of Blacons of which he receives a-newv sup.
ply weekly. All of which he'. gearantees.
to sell at the lowest rates for cash.
April 5th, 1853 ., 2-t
I Cheap Grocery.
TIIE Subscriber having opened a gro
cery underne~ath .the Tow.ni all, desgws
akeeping constantly on hand, a sup~pl. of
5 heavy art icles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Te~a, Flour,
ICE, BUCK W HEAT, NIOLASSEt:,!
VINEGA R, BACON, L A RD, BUTTER.|
ChlEESE, at ACKEREL. SALT, SOAP,.
:CANDLES, POTATOES, &c. &c.
In fr .t little of almost everything that isi
good to eat; all of which will be sold low.
for cash, or in exchange. for e~utry pro.
tIuee. He~ proies to attend to his own
-btusinese, and hopes by attending strictlj
thereto, to receive a lhberal share or pa.
tronage. J. M. CHANDLER.
Mlarcha 15th, 18533 20--tf
By the Governor. i
IlE ADQUA RT ERS,
CH ARLESTON, Feb. 25, 1853.
The following gentlemen havin been ap
ponted and commissioned Aids-de Camp to his
Excellency the Governor and Comnmandjer-in
Chief, with lbs rank of Lieutenant Colonel,
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By order.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't and lnsp'r General.
JOSF.PhT HAYWARD,
AL! .XANDER C. RIICE
BENJAMIN T. JIROCIIAM,
JtOSEPHr STONEY, '
sSIMM-:R~il-:LD CARY,
March 8th, 1853 I9--tf
For Sale.
15 hae of'" *'"l""ngton and Man.
1 chi ster Rail Road Company Stock
Ifor sale, any person desirous of purchasing
sai ! stoc~k will please call oni thle subscri
ber at his otlice in Sinmterville.
J. B. N. H-AMMET,
Marc a ,1853 A ttorney.
March n, 185321--tf
New Tin. and Sheet-Iron
Ware Manufactory.
..JA M E H. DUE would respectfully
imfor m the citizous of Sumterville and the
s~urrounding country, that he is now open.
ing a TIN M ANUFACTORY in Sumter
v'illo, and is now preparod to fill all orders
in the tin line. hierc hants wCIl find it to
their Inte-est to purchase their ware from
me, as I intend to sell low and warrant all
that I sell.
ROOFING; GUTTERING and JbB
WORK executed with promptness an.!'in
a workmanlike manner.. The .eash will
be expeted in every inatance on finishing
or delivering of every job itend to-sc
cheap and for the' od ,ep , . .
Feb Sih. Itwa O 15.it'
THE'sub ,fber:would ii c
ifully nform' pid friends 4the
publio'enerly, jit. LM's.
long ktnown a. the "1 MT8 OtJ E,"
is again openeetifrom date,'forthe eep.
tion of visitors.
The internal nrrangementa will undergv>
a. tjhrough repair. with as itil. delay so
pepsible, and be truste.that his attention to
rtre cO'rt ol his guestU, wil meLn a shire
of purb!14 patronage ' The anbeirilit has
also taket charge of the BILLIARD TA.
BLE, iud intcaide fitting up the room with
neat'e', and will furnish it with all the
necessaries end conveniences that lovers
of the sport can require.
- F. 3VES .
02:.r Sph,18539-ti
.LL9T OF
PBLIVATIQIMS
D4lVered in all the principa Cites in the
United States,
FREE OF POSTAGE,
And forwarded by mall, under the provisions
of the late Post-Office Law, at
MERELY NOMINAL RATES.
1.
THE LONDON QUARTERLY
REVIEW (Conservative),
2.
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig).
THE NORTH BRITISH REVlmW
(Free Church.)
4. *
THE WESTMINsrER REVIEW
(Liberal).
5.'
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH
MAGAZINE (Tory).
Although.tiese works are distinguislhed
by 'he political shales above :dicated, yet
but a small portion of their contents is de
voted to political -isubjects. It is their
literary character 'which gives them their
chei f value, and in that they stand ce:if?.:
edly for above all other journals tit tvir
class. Black wood, still under the faterly
care o l:ristopher North, maintains its
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ilewart," ..'d other serials, of which nn
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sued by ble-ars. 8eott & Co., so that
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ay always rely. on. havina the earicst
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For Blackwood & the four Reaviews 10 00
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thp above prices wal be a!' .ved to' Clubs
orderiaiy four tr more copies of any une or
moare of the abjove works. Tlhui. Four
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"'EDnosD POSTAGE,
The foliowinga table wd ?11hlow the g re'at
reductmo-t whieh Ij s been made ont these
Periodica!.s since 1d44,r-:n the very triitng
rates ntow charged..*
l'1r annumrr
Prior to 1845, the postage ott 8 cetne.
Blatckwooa was 2 40
"" '.' on a smngle
* Review 1 12
From 1845'o 1!01, ont Black.
wood 1 00
" " on a Review 50
-n154 on ~Blackwood' 7
" " " on a Review 8
The present post age on Black'
wood, is 2
"""on a -Itetriew .. 12
( These rates are - nott' unj/on for
ALLt DIHsiANCOs toithin the United State,
g~igTisj wcrk is no the old "hook.
of the Farnh" lately as5TsoITATSn and
throton upon the market.
For~ Wright's Blui Mur
itA#8F iRR AAb ALL
Interaediate Landingsa.
The steame~r DluKALBI.
UraoM Iiner, will lonyv,
Charleston as above, nbout
the 6th of October. For Frei'ghtt arranga.
ments apply to tCaptaina on Boar.:, or to
O'NUI L, 111LL1 & KENNE DY.
)ioyco's Whabrf.
0T Watclunan cop~y.
Sept 27, 185 .-.49
Watches, Jewelry Eto,
RESECETFLLY informa niea 4 k
that he La', ?nowu on aud, and will cr..
stant'1 ke-.p, an extensive assortment of
Gold and .Silver Watches,
MANTEL C! OCKS OF EVERY
YAMICTY.
A LARGE VARIET1Y,
MIIJTARY AND FAN. Y
0GODS,
Guhls, lies, ~9orlemrant'e Apparatus,
iiNE POCKRT &. TABLE CUTLE~RY,
To"gethet' with nil kinds o:
Hits stock of WATCilE-3, JLOCK.'.a
EiILVFIt WVARI,. and JE ,.WEf,Rv tin
b-nees a htindeome~ -ud fvahonable coilee.
lion of such articles.. I is his design not
to be atnrpaeseei. : the. taete ar'.d elegance
of his aelections, and IL.. prices: will he
fudon exaination 'o be as moderate as
at any other establishtltat In to Sot. ,
He solicitp a coeinano of th Ii
herotoforeso hhbiralif lwaioeed
FabenardJ i8dm7
Al~prsoui l iaving. dn~asagnas lhe
E.tage ofI-the ttte Rev. (Qhardx .P Elliott.
will present attested stataMents thereqf.-4nd
those indebted to the same, wili make pay
ment to the Subscriber.
THOMAB 0. ELLI0Tr,
Adminitrtner.
Charlseste 8.C.
April, 26, 1863. S6
ak of Satervile.
The -Undersigned, Coniisaloners ap.
pointed by the Cnmptroller, General td
open books of subscriptipu to the eapi.
tal Stock of "The Bank of Sumtrerville,"
will attend for that purpose at the store of
Capt. T. D. Fruerson, in SumnlteyRvle, be.
t Wean the hotirs'of 9 A. . and 4 P. M.,
from the fourth'aav uC April next'int3 the
lit day of July next,'unles the capital stock
shall have been previou-ly subscribed
.Capital 8800,000. Share O25 each.
Five dollara. In specie, or the bills of specie
paying Banks, to be paid on each at the
time of subscribing
The charter dechires it *ail not be law.
ful-for any person to subscribe for shares
in the name of other persona.
W. F. B HAYNSWORTu;
T. D. FRIERSON,
A. J. MOSES.
March 18th, 185.
The following gentlomen h'ave been ap.
pointed Commissioners to open books of
subscription to the said Bank, on the above
stated conditions, -at the following places,
viz:
. W. C. DURES,
At Charleston, E.ISUA CARSON,
JAMES M. CALD WELL.
R. W. GuBBEs,
At Columbia, F. J. ARTHrR,
J. C. WALKEa.
W. U. SHANNON,
At Caudep, W. T. CASTON.
A. It HENNEDY.
ALEx. DUNLAP,
At Lancaster c u. JoHN WIT.LIAMS,
J. H. WiTUaKRrooN.
Jcux A. MooE,
At Cheraw, GW). H1. Mblclva,
D. MALOY.
c. N. 'PHIrLLIPS,
At Marion c . A. BW EELER,
A. M~c1NTrasiw
T. B. HAYNSWOAT,
At Darlington cn E. W. C iri.s,
J. -H. NoawooDn
E . J. PORTER,
At Kingstree. SAM'L MATHFWS.
A. ISAAC McKNIGHT.
The said Commissioners will keopopen'
the said books within the times above-spe:
cified, unless they shall be notill-d to close
them by the Commissioners at Sumtor..
ville.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTHl,
T. D. FRIERSON,
A. J. MNOSES.
M-rch 22, 1853 21-tf
-LARGE BALE
Of Dry Goods.
Which for. variety, quality, newness of styles
and cheapness, merit the attention of every
body, some of which we here enumerate:
'ikn ooqed CantknIA kA shawlsi
fringes, Rich !.mbroidero CantCrs . Shawls,
Superfine Fre:rh nd '1Brlin Wool, ale,
Tyne and Bay State, Double,' Four r and
ong Shawls, of-the heavestdescription. 1ea
vy 10-4 squake Woolen 'Shpwls of(the followin
style: SanagJenny liid, Florence and'By
Water. French Ebroidered Thibet, Broch.
worked, Janaiquard loom worked and p lain
Thibet Shawls in choice variety. Embroidered
Canton Crape, Broche worked add Paris
printed Mantle. and Scarfs.
DRESS GoODS.
Plain and Figured BL~ACK Gaio' RLEtYN
SILKaS, Plain coloe godNap and Marceline
Silks ; Striped and Plaidedt Wash Sias Plain,
Figured, Striped a-an Pleid Moun. DeLains in
the latest-styles and rice dyes.. Scotch arid
English pited d'lainos of the handsomest pa
trons. Plain Paris Mons. D'Laises in all. va
riety of colors. FRENCU, Geaxmin and Exo
LiSuS Manzos of the moat auperior qualities and
colurs. French and English Chintz tron
Calicoes. Best quahties and makes of Aeri.
can Printa Col'd Organdies, French Crate
Liese, D~areges5 Crapo D'parls Illusions, Sik
T'issues. &c., for evening and Ball wear. Also
just rcecvd, 132 of beautit'ully Embroidered
Swiss Muslin Robe patron Dresses, each onle
having a Fashion Carn attached.
BMBROIDERIE~S.
Extra super FaxacU NEEDLE CuEMIretras
of the richest descriptions and ilnest qualiy.
Prices from )7 14 to 610 a places
Richest and latest styles Frnch needle work
Laca.and MUSLIN COLLtARS in a very large
variety.
Superb NEEDLEs EMDaroIDaanU Lir : N
CANNsarC HANDKEacuIErs, also a superior...
sorsment of plain ditto.
Cambric .and Swris. Musrain EnoaNos,
Far u.z.s, BANDS, InsmaTnqos, &c., of the best
qualities and newest stylds of Imported Needle
Work.. .. .
H OSIERY, &e,
Superfine White, Black and Co1*d, WORtST.
EL) A ND LA MBS WOOL Stockings, of thme
best English marnufacture~rs.
Extra Colored, White and Black) English
Srx 8:I.K Stockings. Best qualities Eng
11ish MonAavi:A SToexwxas, Black and Stte
Colored. Extra line and -heavy qualities Im.
prted French and English SILK SloOoNs,
Black and Wi te.
Finest qualities FannoCn LisrL THRaAa,
Open Itloked aind plain Stockings. Black, Slate,
Blue Mixed, *Mode Colors and Superior qual.
ties White Canglisly Stockings of the. celebrateud
From France rand Royal Brown, Brands.
Extra Fine andI heavy qualities of Gentlei
men's UiNDER Sniravs and DRaawras of Lasrabs
Wool, Saxony, Mern sand Stoekinet. Im
ported, LADIES UNDER Vimr of Merino and
(;..ize Lamb. Wool. LADnS AND GENTs
GO~ovas, of Silk, Merino, Kid, Lisle Thread,
Kid make Bilk, Seguvia, Cotton and other d6'
scniption.. Large and full assortment of Gia.
ThENxrEs, FasalorAsm Snirar., COLLtARS,
CRAVATS, AND POCKET IIASuagaoas.
BLANEas, Iendon Bath, Duffield's anid
Whtny lanFNE~sWelh. Sails.
Superfine EmosdCloth rind Victoria Da
reask., Timrts ANn PIANO Cov~rag,.
lBest qualities of Brown and White TADLE
DAMAs1sa, Doylles, NArmans., Towata,, Ana
IaISN LiNENs AND SuzxTtoa, Or OgR own
DiRECT INDrTATroN.
CO-rTON Goons, Ticknj, 3-4 4-4 and 12-4
Brown Sheeting, Best uaitieS of Long Cloth,,
Sheetings, Camibrics, luslins, Checks, Ginag.
hams, Satinets, Cassimeres', Vestings, Broad
Cloths, &e, &e.
it will be worth your while-to call and ex.
asineo before purchasiag elsewhere.
W.J.JACOBI a SON,
221 King-st., (Bend) opp, the Big Boot.
Charleston, Jan. 241, 1853 13-tf
Jewelry I Jewelry !!
Having just retuirned from Char'eston,
the subscriber has nlready on h~and, and ism
now receiving, a neat and well selected
stock of
Watches, Cloeks & *ewets'y.
of all deavbriionis, which -be will eell af a
very moderate profit.
6:"Come oht la~dies -and Genttlemeni,
and examine for. youreelvep. 'A.dall Js'. all.
-ask, . fT . .MA sOm:
:nn"" - i
44
didate ri.cowelo
14C.Mit
* . w
P. M. .Q1BI)9NO 4I~#
date for the, bifice of -.44
Salem. Condtg stil
October I
~9ar6 aidjor
.Col. 4C#Q
acduateto rt aea -
State Legi.slature.
Febwuary , ?5
.O~ i Tek COL
04 The Frieaa
IEL MATHIS, Iq
caudIAate fwr'Bak Collector ib
County, at the en-uiug eleip
Feb. sith, 1853.
itORA OR PIJ~
IT Mr, .Edtr
P! . -e imounce WilAAM4, R
SON aw a candiiate for the ON
isary of Suamer District, at the
election.
April 27th, IF*2
.. FO R . LE
UcT We are authota6
ainounce T. J. I)iNKINS, 4j dil
for Clerk of the Court, at the ensuin
3MANY
April 16th 1851 - 2 f
0'7-7Er. E ditor: Pleaeau
nt.i .e Mr. .1. J. -AcKE LLAR, a
d t2 Clerk o0 the Cour, fofumter
D4rict, 1nd'blig MA'V orea,
April 13, 1 .
-F 0 RB ['
VEii.-The Friends of
JOHN F.,JUNE, anitounce him ascands
:;ata for Sherl.T Of Sumter Distuctj t? b
IPXt eleeion.
Nov. 12th;, mq5%3
V We are authbeHd
to ii.r nce A. E. POOL as a ca didat" e
for Sberaf'of Suml -r District,'at the enti. o
nyw 01- %on.
December'21, 18.5
FISK'S .1ETALLIC COFQFINS >
e zes, constaadly on1 hand ani-36-j
by HUDSON & BROTHER
Opp. Temparance Hall Sutit .
June 15th, 18.
eterinary:Burgeo
ROBERT W. ANDREWS n le
citizens of tids, and the jdjoining' Distddets,
that he has rmioved hii Stables nearthe Die
Pt -f the W.& M.-R. Ro'd., where heig res4
at aled".e t of sm.
for1ad caseswhse
lma renq pay wil be expected. .fa
contimlune teitake Passengers to and. -fr
13eot, anid expects slurtly to reecive a ?4
r:nbu o tat purpose. .Goods he'willi t
at the old rate of it) tents' per -pacbsk agd
solicits the patronage of the public. -
Feb. 22,-.853 17Cf (
D- J, WiNN,
las just receivead from Baltnore 'ael
York, a large andl well selected stock if
Brotadc3otUas. Cafsliere. -
the linest and best that has etet 6ee a
to this market.
Re -.d-y mad Clothing for Gents* andV tt
nerj he canl warraan the Work-.
Eeydescription adquality of oGJvs ra S
SikPocket Handkerchiefs and Neck ~~e
linen Shirt,, doa. Collars, Merino hd its -
do. Dm wers, with ever artclegthas wra
gettlemen, which he ot ers on resonuale
and soucatas a cail from his old -eustomdts
the citlsens of the District generally -i. %i.
lThe subscriber having disoontiut ed tu
blusiness wtil devote his whole tiege to tbTe~
ies of medicene. Those wish uh~ u,.
at survices will find him as all Waoatbim4 .
dence in the Villoge, - -i~j
3.8, MELETr LDI
. Jan, 101853,U ly,
W~atchman opjy,
By Thomas &Cenor
ntio rcieprRaL Rad,. achhede sese
complete assortment ot Grocories, whidh hr
guarantees to soil as low as the$ cua ha ob -
main' fsogb Charleston for.
Feb., 1, 18.531-4 b
t.. C0148 w-abingv vehsicklee of any
kind ca'i bey themi of E. Dixn, t Numjer
viik, as cheatp a cant b 'ughitin Chafri.e
ton or elsewhlere atad 'varranted to and.'
Aprii 110th, l183 g5t
IEy-Sumter Di~t'rj
PlclaAdams
.lnbn W. Matrsnt, at. aL.
it appesting into m satisfatcthon that Johnt
W. Mayr.at, ones of the Defenants in 'th
above stated cause. Is absent fromt and without
the, tmits of the State of South Carolia Ort
fotionfl ~rJ. S. 0. Richanlson, Complainants
Solieitor, it is biered that the said John 4
Mlayrant do .plead, answer or demur, to the
sato Complamnant's Bil'of Complaint witi s
threo months front the date of the puublicatiot
of thi araier, or an ordor "pto courfesso" wi4 be
entered ogainsat him.
Wv. F. B. I!AYNSWORTHI,
Law Notice.?
ATTORNEY? AT1MAW 4
SLM r ERViLLE, .O
Ofire na na to J. B PR.
Newc York Sa' 't
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