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k.. JMatANolioLY WAiY~.Oin 01st:
Friday morningan affray-. oeured near
:1May binton, in this District, between
Capt. Join D. Simsn a nd Thos.- Pur
doe and wi'e, in Which both Purdee
hnd wife were killed.- It appchrs that
.Purdeoe was Sims, overseer, -and had
beipn- dischargd Cromiserylee - th-day
provldus,.:iut refused to leave the
pienls'es or gIve possession of the
keys which- looked the corn crib and
andother farm houses;' Sims, by the
advice of friends; attempted to put ne\v
looks upon the nouses, in which he or
dered one of his negroes to assist him.
A dispute thereupon arose between
Sims-Aid Purdee, in which Purdee,s
wifeinterfered with a pistol in her
hand aud was shot by Sims. Purdee,
sent his son to the dwelling house for
his gun, and as the son was about to
hand it to him, Sims shot down Pur
kee. The two lingered about twen
ty-four hours and died of their wounds.
Sims promptly delivered himselt up
and is now in charge of Sheriff Bonds.
'Unionville Jour. al,
of the 10th ihsant, says: The Town
Council of Columbia have appointed
.. the.followidg delegates to attend the
Convention at Memphis, to be holden
at Memphis on the first Monday in
June. "It is to be hoped," says the
delegates appointed will attend said
Convention, if they can do so without
serious inconvenience to themselves:"
James Cathcart, Esql Richard O.,
Neale, Jesse Draftt, Robert Bryce,
Ai. L. Brown, John Caldwell, Andrew
Crawford, C. A. Bedell, James Fen.
tun, John I. Grae.y, Hion. Wnm. F.
DeSaussure, l-en-y Lyons, Dr. Ed.
ward Fisher, G. Monteith, Janes V.
- Prom the Richmond Whig.!
AN EXTitAORDINARY .PRFAK or NA
ltu E I-wWhte is' Barnu?-A man
by the iame or George W. Iouston,
living a short distande. from this place,
Sparta,) has a cow which has brought
-orth -a most- incommon calf. The
calf is no* two 1veeks old, living and
likely to liVe. It has two distinetly
ornedinoutihs, four distinctly formed
ihost-il, twb ongues, and four eyes;
iund Will,- 4 think, have four horns. In
all othe r pets, it is fornied as usual,
and -is A playfuf and vcry pretty ealf.
It eats very heartily vith either mouth.
Some three or four ' hundred persons
have been to look at it, and all consid
er it a very great curiosity. Such a
*tan As 8Arhum, could, I have no doubt,
nakd a fortude by exhibiting this calf
as a show. Mr. Houston, to Whom it
beldge, hAs nu trrn tha t Wn.y-, ind
Would sl1 it if ho could get a fair
prift'. He talks of exhibiting it at
Caroline' County Court, which takes
place on the 2d Monday i Jund next.
S- A. S. Beo.Abous.
Spa-tA, Caro3ine, Va., May 8, 183.
BoULf's Feron Ft'Om FRA9Ci.-hli
i k&teiiumbei f the''Ak6ni-res of Du
intslch bave been poblishing of
late sin the aris Preis, a brief mecn
ti-on is made of the late circumstances
to which we are indebted to Mr.
Boule's:enmigration to amid settlement
In the United States-. We translate
In the intimacy of~ Mery amid l3ar
thelemy [two distinguished French
authors,]-l ived at this time one of the
p rincipal editors of a journal called thme
Yellow Dwar-f (Nai~n .Ja ne.) T1his
*editor was named Soule. Hie had
been two months in prison for an ar-ti:
ele on St. Domingo. Hie did not rel
ish his experience of prison life, tic
happened to bear a strong resemblance
to Barthelemy, which permitted his
using his passport. Barthelemy lent
it to him. Soule fled to London, and
thence to the United States, wvhere he
is now the first lawyer in New Or
leans, aiid makes by his practice one
.hundre'd thousand franes a year.
FEuxIAU TYPEsETTEas.-~-The Boston
Olive Branch, .on which females are
.employed as 'compositors, says:
'Our roonms are well carpeted, and
-the girls do not come in till 9 or 10
.o'clock in the morning, retiring in
good season, seldom making over sev
en or eighit hours a day. Smart com
positors can in that timie earn from
$6 to $8 a week. We have also one
'female, clerk out of tbhe three we em
A dded to this, one desk has
ocuidby a female editor as
ur assistant, at a salary of $900.
.She ha~h spent seven hours a day in
the officee, for five days in the week.
We generally have i'n our office an or
.gan and a piano forte, and have music
.At the meal hours, when the ladies feel
h~sPucTORt GENERAT, OF TUE ARMY.
- The vacant post of Inspector Genm
eral of the Army has, at length, beeni
Ailled, by. the appointment of Brevet
Colonel J. K. G. Mansfield, of the En
ginecers. -Colonel Mansfields wvas a
graduate *of WVest Point Academy,
.and was appointed a Brevet Second
Lieutenan~t in 1822. A number of
.listinguished officers were applicants
for, the post. Among those wvhose
glaims wvero considered wore, it is said,
Cot. Sumner, l~%ajor bliss, Col. Smithi
a~nd C~ol.- May. Jt is said that the
'resident finally presented to the Cab
inet the names of Mansfield and Smith,
and that the Cabinet seletd the form,
Oazctte of' Wednesday last, has the
lilowing: We are indebted to the
giek of the "Swannm" for New-Or
-Jeans papers brought up by the "Rien
jer" in the shmort space ofiue days.
sengers who came np on the
(vann" will 'therefore, reach Blalti
~more, from thd Gulf ini eight dags.
'The TowmConnel of Camdenm, S.
C., -bave refused .to granit getaij licenses
So OOL MARMS.-(GOvernOr Slado
and siiteefi pretty Yankee girls, fresh
from the hills of New-England, arrived
in this city last evening, and took
lodging at the Broadway Hotel.
They are to be distributed throughout
the West, to become 'cachers of the
infant mind in these benighted regions
and eventually to change from blush
ing maidens, demure or frolicsome,
as the case may be, to sober wives,
faithful matrons and fruitful mamas.
Health and long life to his excellency,
the Governor, and his blooming bevy
of propagandists.-Cincinnati Atlas.
For LoTTERY SPEUL ons.-The
New Bedford Standard says It Is a
fact, that the number of persons annu
ally destroyed py lightning, is greater
than the number of those who draw
any considerable prize in a lottery:
and that every man who boys a lot
tery ticket may have the comfortable
reflection that whatever chance he has
of rawing a prize, he has a still great
er chance of being killed by lightning!
Ex-Iresident Martin Van Buren
sailed for Europe the other day. le
is the first Ex-President who ever
went abroad, He vill visit the Courts
of England France, Spain, and those
of other European countries. Mi
Van Buren is seventy years old, fat
At it meeting of the Board of Trus
tees of the Charleston College, held
on Saturday morning, ProfeissorF. S.
Homes was unanimously elected Pro.
fessor of Natural History, to fill the
Vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of the Rev. Dr. lachrnan.
H YMENE AL,
MAR RIE D.-On the evening ofthe
12th instait, at the residence of W.
W. BRAr-on, Esq., by the Rev. N.
GAInA.M, Mr. J. T. ILOwILS, of this
place to Miss MAr M. GILDER'T of
Walterborough, S. C.
Watclunian please copy.
Aanother Scientific Wondi'er
IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS.
Dr. J. S. Hloughton's Pepsin, the true Di.
gestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared froi
Rennet, or the Fonrth Stomach of the Ox, after
directions of Ilaron Liebig, the great Plhysiolo.
gical Chenist, by J. S. Iloughton, VI. D., P3hila,
delphia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for
Inidigestion, Dyspeupia, Jaundice, Liver Coin
plaint, Constipation and Debility, curing after
Namtre's Own Method, by Nature's Own
Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain.
ing Scientific evidence of its value, furnishied
by agents, g-r.tis. See notice among the nedica
'Hooflaind's Germiianm Bitters.
Hundreds of our citizens complain of debili.
ty and laftgdr of the system, derangement of
the livet and stomach, want ot appetite, &c.
they are freqdently the result of too close ap.
plication, and a thouRund other causes we can.
not here name ; hut we would say to all afiet;
ed, do as \ve have done-get a bottle or two oi
Dr. Hoofad's Germran flitters, prejatred by Dr.
Jackson, and our word for It you will be cured.
We recommend this medicine, knowing from
ekperience that it is muchel superior to tihe gene
rality of Jotent mnediines. We would ray to
our readers, purchased none unless preparedl by
Dr. C. M. Jackson, P'hiladelphia. July 1
Ihorusandls of parernts who us~e Vermiifuge.
compilosedl of Castor Oil, Cal~omreh, &c., tire riot
awvare, that whille the-y appear tom henefit the pa
rient, they are actually laying the foundationi for
a series of diseases, such as salivation, los of
sight, wveakness of limb~s, &c,
In another -coluirn will he fouthd thre ad'ver
tisement of fIlobensack's Medicines, to which
we ask the attentiorn of all directly interestedl
in their ownu as well as their Chrildrenz's heahhtl.
In Livcr Compjlaintis and all disorders arising
from those of a bilious type, should matke rise
of tihe only genuine medlicinie, Jiubensack's
i "Be not deceived," lbut ask for Hrohern.
sack's WVorm Syrup Liver indi Pills, rund the
serve that each has the signature of the P'roprie.
or, J. N. IJosENSArex, as non)re else are geninei
A gust, 1o. .d'..Iy.
Mr. R. 0. Black,
liege leave to notify the citizens of Sum
terville that he has opened a DANCING
SCHlOOL at the "'1Town Hall " for teach
ing the latest and most fashionable dhances.
lis long experience, stutdy anid care wvar
rant hiunin saying, that all who give hint a
trial will receive perfect sratisfactiorn.
Tlermjs $10 per Quarter of 15 Lessonts.
For ftrther partichilars arpply to the under.
signred at his room ini China's Ilotel, or at
the TIownr Hall.
R. O. BLACK.
ALL persons are hierelhy ca urtioned riot
to trade for, or receuive mi payrment ofI any
debtd, a note given hy .J. N. Ifuindal, in hris
lifetimue, to R. .1. Price of the artinnt of
two hitndred arid fifty dollairs or thtereablorots
given for a certain tract of Landtr int Clare~n
dlonr, adjoining hunds of J . WV. Rtidgeway,
Estate of Lesosno andu others, for wich the
said Price has nrever had titles, (tire conisid.
eration of the said nrote) aindtI whih land is
now tunder levy as his property.
J(EIIECCA .i. 11UDNA,
Maiy 17th, le1532-t
,JUSTI receivedi from Baltimore
I 5,000 Sogrars-choice Brands,
UUTLER"F & NEWBER~h2lY,
May 10th, 1852 ~28-tf
JAMVES I1L HURST,
Formerly of the
Having purchased out Mr. STatN, Melr
chants Iotel, wotuld be glad to see any of
his old friends. Board $1 50 per day.
May l0, i1no3.
BY vIrLuo .of sundry Executions to me
directod, will be sold at Sumter Court
House, on the 1st Mond'ay and day follow.
ing in Juno next, within legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the
following property. Purchasers tQ pay for
One tract of 40 acres of land in Claren
don adjoining lands of William While lev
ied on as the property of Henry T. White
at the suit of R. J. Price.
One tract of 330 acres of land in Lower
Salenm adjoining lands of John McKnight
levied on as the property of Robert J. Prico
at the suit of of Jos. Montgomery.
One Lract of 250 acres of land, more or
less, in Lower Salem adjoining lands of
Mrs. Thompson levied on as the property
of R. J. Price at the suit of Jos. Moingom
Ono tract of 200 acres of land, more or
less, in Clarendon adjoining lands of J. W.
Ridgeway levied on as the property of It.
J. Price at the suit of Jos. Montgomery.
One lot of I acre of land in Suinterville
adjoining lands of the Academy on the
South levied on as the property of John D.
Jones at t'te suit of J. N. Frierson.
1 Negro levied on as the proporty of
Thos. M. Baker, at suit the W- G. Des.
1 Mule and Horse levied on as the
property of M. Barwick at the suita of T.
Lynn and J. S. & L. Bowie
I horse levied on as the property of Jno.
Ballard at the suit of 'T. Lynn.
1 negro levied on as the property of
John China at the suits of G. iarton and
L. B. Hanks.
1 negro loviqd on as the property of C.
W. Lesesne at the snit of R. M. Ridgell,
1 Negro levied on as the property of M.
D. McLeod at the suit of G. North.
1 Negro levied on as the property of W.
II. McKnight at the suit of V. C. )ukes
20 hogs levied on as the property or R.
W. Stukes at the suit of E. J. Plowden, to
be sold on Tuesday 7th June at defendants
residence in Clarendon.
1 Negro levied on as the property of W.
F. Butler at the suits of J. 8. & L. lluwie.
E. D. Pringle and J. J. Berry.
1 gray horse, huggy and harness levied
on as the property of 0. P. McRoy at the
suits of P. 51. Cohen & Cu., and Wiley
Banks & Co.
I negro levied on as the property of J.
W. Ervin at the suit of D. S. Sargent.
May 17th, 1853 29-3t
N RANAWA Y,
FROM the subscriber two years
ago my negro woman MIRANDA, con.
siderable above the common size, ef dark
complexion, somewhat of renan nose with
loss of one thumb, and quite intelligent
when spoken to; and her son TOMH has
also been ranaway for about 18 months,
common size, very dark, about 10 years
old and with high and somewhat receding
forehead, a small scar over one of his eyes,
white teeth sud a sinall deformity of one
of his niddle nails. These two are sup.
posed to be about Charleston Ncek as tihe
.husband lives there.
Ranaway six months since my negro
GRACE, about 30 years of age, yellow
complexion, above the ordinary size, with
two of her fingers stiff front being cut in
cotton gin, and a black mole on her face.
My driver JESSE is-r.n- va, he la
about 32 years old, common ze, very
dark, with a scar on his breast and a slight
wotnd on one hand from the cut of a saw.
A liberal reward will be given for their ap
Iprehension and lodgment in any Jail int the
State so that I can get them.
Js L. MEL!LE'T
May 10, 1802-t
IN CIIARLESTON, S. Cs,
Browning & Leman,
No. 209 andt 21 1 Kiang Corner'
OF MARtfimT S'imiETr,
Wihl offer to F'AM (LIES antd P'LANTl
ERtS visitig Charieston this spring the
CIIUICESTP STOCK of FANCY AND)
STAPLE D)RY GOOD)S that has ever
been, oflered for inspection in thi.s city.
They in.'ite anm examination and alsn re
ther frienrds and pu'rchasers generally tha-t
their prices will connpetefacuorabiy with any
M1arket in the Unmited States.
Terms Cash or City acceptancc.
JURO(WNING & LlulAN,
C. & E. L. Kenniso~s & Co.
May 10, 1%32.f
All persons are hereby cautioned not to
trade for, or receive in paymletnt of any
dlebt, either or both of two Notes giventby
the subscriber to iR. J. l'rice, the one for
two hiundred and fifty' (101lors, and the oilh
er for two hundred andh tenm dollars, as said
Notes given for two separate tracts of land
were to be p~aid after good and lawful titles
were mnadec to mse by Price, which condi
tions were hut, in writing andI are now in
toy porssess-on, and which contains the
futrthter understanding that. in lie evet of
his failing as lie has done, to make such
title~s lhe would forfeit the amtontns &c.
C. A. LESSESNl.
A pril 3t, 185327t
(LI' Wat chmnan copy.
All persons indebted to mie either by
Note or Account or otherwise are notified
that payment MUJST1 be made by the 25th
May inst., as 1 anm in want of lunds and
muiust have it,
May 3, l1853 27-tf
It is no Joke!
am really in neced of FundIs, anid all
persons indlebted to me for the last
3 or 4 years, will please settle up jin se
way, either personially or by letter-3/o
ney .sent nwiled at nut risk.
\Y. J. F"RANCIS.
A LI. persons inudebted to thme Estate of
Rlev. Jaumes Newbery, dleceased, either by
Note or Account will marke iinittediate pay
ment. A nd those having dermands against
the~ same will renidor them in properly at
tested within legal time to
A. McCAIN NEWIIERY,
SAMUEL C. GRLAHAM,
A pril 26th, 1853 26--f
:J" Darlington Flag pleaso copy
COLUMIBIA, MAY Ath,1853
The following comnmunicationi has been
just received frour the-Comnittee to make
,irran geinents for holding an adjodrned
Commercial Convention at Memphis, Ten
nessee, on the first Monday in June noxt
MEMPUis, Feb. 13, 1853.
The Commercial Convention recently
held in the city of Baltimore, having ad.
journed to meet in Memphis on the 1st
ilonday in June next, the undersigned
have been authorized to make all needful
irrangemonts, that the same may pass GF
usefully and pleasantly. The various iml]
portant subjects discussed at 1Baltimore,
will doubtless be renewop and examined
with increased interest with a view to
practical results. We have been coimis
sioned by our fellow citizens to invite you
to be present on the interesting necasion,
and participate int its deliberations. Tn dis,
charge of the duties assigned us, we have
likewise to request that your E-xcellency
will immediately nominato a numerous
delegation of your nijost prominent citizens,
to represent your Stato in the udjourned
Convention, and that you have the names
of those delegates published.
WYo take this occasion to tender to you
and the delegation -from your State who
may visit us, a cordial welcome and the
hospitalities of our city.
\Ve have the honor to be, with great re
spect, your obedient servants,
J1. P. Pryor, E. 51. Yerger,
W. A. Booth, James 11. Obey,
A. Wright, F. P. Stanton,
John Martiii, J. T. Trezevant,
J. P. Cauthens, H. C. Walker,
James Wickersham, D. M. Coiwin,
James Sewell, 11. G. Smith,
James L. 1enni, A. Al. Hopkins,
M. W. Lindsay, F. A. Owen,
Laon Trousdale, James C. Jones,
A. P. Merrill, A. S. Caldwell,
ll. R. Harris, S. P. Bunkhead,
Committee of Correspondence.
In coinnliance with the earnest wislies
therein ezl)ressed, and the linited space of
time, allowing vo other nrbde of appoint
ment, I have designated the following gen.
temen to represent this State in the Con.
ventioi. A letter to eachl delegato notify
ing hin of his appointnmznt, has been ad
dressed from ihis Department; and I hope
that both their leisure and inclination will
induce thain to be present, and participate
in the deliberations of that body, atlecting
so many important interests of this Stato
and of the South generally.
(Signed) JOHN L MANNING.
Delegates to the Memphis Convention.
1. Ex-Governor David lohnson.
2. Ex-Governor John P. Richatdson.
3. Ex-Governor Whitemarsh B. Sea
4. ExGovernor John H. Means.
5. Lieutenant Governor James 11. Irbv.
6. lon. It. F. W. Allston, President of
7. lion. James Simnons, Speaker of the
House of Representatives.
8. lion. Robert W. Barnwell.
9. Ion. J. L. Orr, M. C.
10. Col. Wade Hampton.
11. Lon. F. W. Pickens.
12. lion. )aniel Wallace.
13. Han. James Chesnut.
14. lion. John T. Townsend.
15. lon. W. W. Boyce,
16. Hlon). Williami Dullosc,.
17. Hon. J. D. Vitherspoon.
18. Hon. B. F. Perry.
I9. Hon. Fraiklin I, Aloses.
20. io. H. I. Vhompson,
21. C. G. Mlemmintger, Bs q.,
22. George A. Tlrenholmn.
23. H~enry Gourdin.
24. Ihenry C. Young.
25. Gen. D. F. Jminison.
26. Geni. Johni Buchnmn.
28. Gen. W. W. Ilarlece.
29. Geni. 8. McGowan.
:i0. J. liarleston Read, Sen.
31. Robert Cunniiingham, Esq.
32. JIon. WVilliamn Elhot.
33. lIon. C. W. Dumdley.
301. .1. P. Cairrol, E~sq.
:17. lin. J. D). Wilson.
38. 1 Ion. Tihomias C. Perrin.
39. A. G. lagraith.
40t. Johnm llryce, Esq.
411. Edimunid ltelliiger, Jun.
42. W. A. Gwenis, Esq1.
43i. Manxcy Greggv. Esq.
411. A. P. Aldrich, Esq.
45. E. Wt. Cha:rles, Esq.
4. Dr. John P. ZAinnnemrman.
47. lIon. Dixon~i Barnes.
BROWN & DeRO88ET,
ISO FRONT STREET, NEW YOJIK,
Di:ROSSETI &~ BROWN\,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cottonl Fuctors and (General Commis.
lB. McLAURIN, Esq., wvill give per
* sonal anid special attoniton to the ini
terests and orders of his frienids in this
State and the adjoining Coun ities of North
Carolina, who may favor these I louses
with their patronage, Coosirnnonts ofc
produice to then I louse iin New York, either
hv way of Charleston, Georgtowin, or
Wilmington, wvill be covered hvy inisuramnce,
f notice of the shipment be promptly giv
M ay 3, 1853 27--tf
Do not Defer, but Come if
YOU WANT' TO( GETI T1i11E
Mr. REICII, Merchant Tailor, begs
leave to mitorm~ tho gent lemen of Sumter.
ville and District that lie has just returned
with a spiendidl assortmient of
Clothts, Cassimeries, Drap'dI etc,
Vtestings, &c. &c., and in short evert thimr
that. is requtiired for a fuall suit. Illaving
male the chmoice of his goods himsielf, lie
doublts not hut wvhat lie caii snit thle iost
fast idious. There is no ise toi have vou r
cloths miade in Chiarlestoni or by Yanliees,
wheni you can have thm imtade as ztylish
anil as weull if not better than anmyw'here
else right at home, and t his MIr RIEli *i
promiiisUs t do ii, nay, he will add that, it his
work is not tuirnedl nut ui /l'ast eqtual to any
dlone in this conni ry he will not charge
a nythmig. As for his prices they shlul b he
at New York rates. All hie asks is ,give
him a trial !! Come soon anud puck out
some of those beantiful Pants and Vest
patterns, it will soon be wvarmn and you wi
Mr. Rmecii lives next door to John F.
H-aynsworth almost oppotufte Dr. Wither
China, Glass And
H. E. NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
H AS j.ust received direct from the man
ufacturers 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
niew patterns and shapes; among which
WHITE ORANITE or STONEWARE,
Chiua finish a superior article ;
Blue and other Colored Ware, of new
French and 4nglish China, new shapes,
plain Wnito Gold and decorated ;
Rich China Dinner and Tea-setts, and
boautifql Fancy Articles in the line;.
Cut, Moulderod and Polished Qlassware,
of every kind ;
Dyott's Patent Camphene, Store, Office,
and Parlor Lamp, a superior article;
Webb's Patent Oil and Lard Latops. a new
article giving great light and brilliancy;
Tea Trays, best Table Cutlery and Pal.
ted Castors, Spoone. Forks, &c.
liouselseeping articles, in great variety;
Crates of assorted Wares, of desirable and
now styles, boy Wholesale ;
Packages of Tumblers, Flasks, &c., low
by the paelAge,
laving complete arrangements for obtain,
ing our Goods direct from the nanurfac
turers we can and will offer rare induce
ments, either by Wholesale~or Retail -
Orders attended to promptly.
H. I4. N1CIIOLS.
Columbia, April 12, 1853 24-tf
Alsoy 11. Rarisey Bill for Par
va, tition of Real
William Adherson, Estate Mason
et al. Spears.
1T appearing to my satisfaction that
William Adkerson, Sarah Adkerson, Mar
garet Adkerson, Hampton Spears, James
8. 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 - Butler,
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.
V. F. B. IIAYNSWORTIT,
Con'r Eq. S. D.
April 4th. 1853 23-3n
To Suit the Season,
At prices to suit the
T I M E-S.
The sUbscribers having reeived 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
hosnor them with a call, they will take
much pleasure in showing their goods, and
tnthermore feel convinced that as regards
SCII EAPNTESS" they cannot be sur
passed by any house in town.
BUTLER & NEWVBERY.
Suniterville. March 20th. 1853.
Who has made new improvements and
conisiderably enlarged his store. anld is now
receiving fresh goods by every train of
cars and oflfers to the public for the sums
miner months the following articles low for
Ice Cream and Lenmonade, (daily) Ice,
Oninges, Lemonas, Pmae Apples and all- thme
tropical fruits; also a line assortment of
Tobacco and Cigars, with a choice lot of
Family Groceries. also a large stock of
DR Y G OODS, &c.
P'ieklod Halmon and Preswerves, Flonr of
thme host birands wvarranted, also a large lot
at Baconm of which lie receives a new sup
ply weekly. All of which he guarantees
to sell at the lowest rates for cash.
April 5thm, 1853 23--tf
TH'lE Subscriber having opened a gro
cery underneath the Town Ihall, designs
keepinag conistantly on hand, a supply of
heavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE, BIUCKWJIE ATl, MOLASSES,
VI N EGAR, JIACON, LA RD, B1UTTE'R,
CHJEESI, MACKEREl,. SALT1, 8OAP,
CANDLES, P'OTATlOES, &c. &c.
In fact little of almost everything that is
good to eat; all of which will be sold low
for cash, or in exchange for country pro
duce, lie promaises to attend to his own
buasinmess, and hopes by attending strictly
thecrcto, to receive a liberal share of pa
tronmage. J. M. CHIANDI.ER.
Mare~h 15th, 1853 20-tf
Sumuterv ile, S. O.
Res.pect fully informs the peopleI of Siam
ter Diastrict ithit he lhas 'ust receive.l and
now ofliers for sale the essolected an
miost choice stonck of
Sprinug anid Summerci Goods
Thlat citanot be unmrpassedm by anytlhing 'in this
maiirket. ieliehs received macny new styles
wichid purchasers would do well to examine be.
fore btiying elsEwhore.
BRO)ADCLOITIlIS, CASSIMERES AND)
V E S TI I N G3 5
A full aind lairge supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
Drpwers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, and
kerchiefs, Aic. &c.,
A large. asortmnent of READY MIAD1E CIO.
T'IJNGt, which will be sold low.
1 Y" Garmenats nimanfactured by the smibscri
ber, anid warranited to give satiifaction. Or
ders from 4 istanace promaptly attended to.
A pril 12th, 1853 21--if
PERSONS wishing vehaickles of any
kind can buy them of E. Dixon, at Sumter
valle, as cheap as can be bought in Charles
ton or nlscwhere and warranted to stand.
Arril 1h. 1853 M-tr
CHAR L12STON, fab. 26, IMs.
The following goetlemen having been ap'
pointed and commissioned Alds-da Camp to 1ik
Excellency the Governor and Comrnander-in.
Chief, with the rank of 1lentensat Colonel,
will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
J. W. CANT7EY,
Adj't and Insp'r General.
ALEXANDER C. RICE,
BENJAMIN T. BROCKHAI,
WM. R. DOGAN,
March 8th, 1853 19-tf
New Tin aud Sheet-Iron
JAMES 11. DUE would respectfully
inro im the citizeus of Sumterville and the
surrounding country, that he is now open.
ing a TIN MANUFACTORY in Sumter
ville, and is now prepared to fill all orders
in the tin line. Merchants will find it to
their interest to purchase their ware from
me, as I intend to sell low and warrant all
that I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTERING and JOB
WORK executed with promptness and in
a workmanlike manner. The cash will
be expected in every instance on finishing
or delivering of every job. I intend to sell
cheap and for the cash only.
Feb. 8th, 1853 15-tf
All persons having demands against the8
Estate of the late Rev. Charles P. Elliott
will present attested statements thereof--an4
those indebted, to the same, will make pay
ment to the Subscriber.
THOMAS 0. ELLIO'TT',
Charleston . C.
April, 26, 1853, 26 2m.
15 Shares of Wilmington andl Man.
chester Rail Road Company Stock
for sale, any person desirous of purchasing
said stock will please call (in the subscri
ber at his office in Sumterville.
J. B. N. 1AM1MET,
March n2, 1858 21-tf
Of Dry Goods.
Which Ais variety, quality, newness of styles
and cheapress, merit the attention of every
body, some of whilt we. bete enumerate:
Plain colored Canton Crape Shawls, at $5.
Superflne Cant Crape Shawls witlh extra heavy
fringes, Rich Embroidered Cant Crape Shawlse
Superfine French and Berlin Wool, Aleasedale
Tyne and Bay State oble, Vour fited an3
Long ShIwls, of the decri on. Hea
vy I-equard Woolen -Sh lsf 1he falloWIn
styles: Santag, Jenny Lind, Florence and Bays
Vater. French Ebroideted Thibet, Broche
worked, Janiquard loom worked and plain
Thibet Shawls in bhoice variety. Embroidered
Canton Crape, Broche worked and Paris
printed IAtantles and Scarfs.
DR ESS G OODS.
Plain and Figiured B3iacx Gao'b Ittj~yg
SILKs, Plain colored gro'd Nap and Marceline
Silks ; Striped and Plaided Wash Silks; Plain,
Figured, Striped and Plaid Mous. Detans in
the latest styles and richers dyes. Scotch and
English printed d'lainos of the handsomest pab
tre.s Plain P'aris Monss. D'Laines in ali ia
riety of colors. F'RENCit, GENUSAN and Exu'
L.:en 5IER Ios of the mostsuperior qualities and
colors. French and English ChintE patron
Calicoes. Best qjuahties and makes of Ameri
can Prnts. Cdl'd Organdies, French Crape
Liese, Ilareges, Crepe D'paris Illuisions1 Stlk
Tissues, &c., for evening and Ball wvear. Also
just received, 132 of beautifully Embroidered
Swiss Mluslin Robe patron Dresses, each one
having a Fashion Carn attachaeds
.LDIBR OID ERIES.
Extra super FaReNcin NEEDLE CuEMasETTms
of the richcst descriptions and finest quality.
P'rices from 37 1-2 to $10 ai piece.
Richest and latest styles French needle work
Lics and MusLIN CotL.Ats in a very large
Superb NEEDLE EnsuDotDEREi L I N E
CA Maic HIANDx EIsCantEr, also e, superior as
sortment of plain ditto.
Cambric and Swiss MUSLIN Eotas,
PRII.L. BAiNns, INSERtTINsO, &o., of the best
qualities and ne west stylea of Imported Needle
* Superfine White, larcknnd Col'd, WORS'..
El) AND LAMBS WOOL Stockings, of the
best Eniglish manufacturers.
Extra Colored, White and Black, Englie
Brus SILK Stockings. Best qualities Eg
lish MloRAviAN S~ocxiNes, Black and1( Slate,
Coloredi Extra fine and heavy qualities Ilg.
ported F-rench and English SILx 6TeG~ys,
Black and WVhite.
Finest qualities FRENCzl ISRLE TnREAD,
Open Cloked and plain Stockings. Black, Slate,
Blue Mlixed.* Mode Colors andi Supe~ior- uali
ties White English Stockings of the veleb0AM
F romi France and Royal Brown, Bnd.
Estra Fine and heavy qualities of Gentle.
men as UNDERti SiT aend DRAwSRIs of aab
W ool, Saxony, Mlerino and Stockinet' Ina
ported, LAnlEs UiomR Vstars of Merittoad
Gauze Lambs Wool. LAmR AN1D (ENvs
GLOr.S, of Silk, Merino, 1(id, Lisle Thread,
Kid make Silk, Segovia, Cotton and other do
scriptions. Lalrge and fidl aLssortment of GEN
TLEnENS, FAsioNe.u~s:. binRT&, COLLARS,
CRAvATs, AND Pqcr~pT IADEC~s
Bl.ANKzTS, London 'Bath, Du luid's and
Whnitney lankets, FLANss Welch, Salis.
hury, Frencht Merito and English Flannels.
Superfine Embossed Clth ,and Vig Pa
maneks, TAn1. Ann1 PIA.o CQveE.
Best quatlities of Brown and White TABLE
D)asis~s, Doyliesu, N APKx s, TOWELS, A ND
Iisn Lin*ks AXn SniE.TNGs, of oUS OWN
CnTroy Gons, TPickings, 3-4 4-4 and 12.4
lirown ilheetinigs,.Best qualities of Lsong Cloths,
Sheetings, Camnb rice, .l\uslins, Checks, Ging.
hamts, batincts, Cassimer.5 Vestings, Broad
Cloths, &c, &c.,
it will he worth your while la call and ex.
ammne before purelqaainug elsewhere,
WJ. JACOBI oz. SON,
221 King t., (lDend) opp. the Big Boot.
Charlestan, Jan, 241, 18.53 13-.tf
J, B. N._HAMMUVET,
ATlTORNEY AT LAWV,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Oflicq next door to J. p. 4 RL. C, Webb's
New York Store.
March 22, 185,3 mi-tf
The subscriber having discontinued the Drug
Business will devote his whole time to the'~rae
tics of medicene. Those-wishmng his profession.
al survices will find him at all times at his resi.
dence in the Villege.
Jan. 10 1850, Jiy
6 we Rate -
e yucto qaease
st/ l -m tas
1K A, II
AnA 1toka 1ast
Is ii~ct an zcao
To haeoAs the siekassa IN u ere 0
petuco uea t mog g
sion of wilich ca gg
tocviab of Snell eqnsequent -o
INC A~4W ,~
te einwrespgec toire e gal r
To eittbe the scnens onf ela a4
husba ndc onfe ?5pon bsaes ad
knowseis ntied a ~ aisl'oei -
Private Medical C
BY DR. A. N. MAVRIC.B
raozEssoa or DFsAsgg91 OF
[oX , IrO rAAra, 2aTaA stnce, 0
First published In 104, and It
BVRsI1:ANG on WONDI .5V
CorIV buht EVEBRY PERA
W;UR Tj* IARR 0ID o R nT
h4e'M setsure a fell~-aknowleds
aa"ttare, etsaraeter andl caLUses a
ynts, w4o 4 in rm o p o syspteed the i -
at of whrly h- asdteseaepj*ii~ '
UAXW A PPtL10N COP=$g
aboul have been sol4 --
It isrlna-healto Jay~s Wialty' z4 ,.
kwe oi r tane e ent1tl.P a
a a of - -
P e M il " ha al
and.atret n diF UW at me, or t of his own me-- -
cuory wmerosesnat. --
UPWARDS O ONE RUNDRD.THU. -
Have been SENT V MALs wvithi th6
CAUTION TO THE PUB
050 NXjg DEFR A'IUDD
Ituy not torn ulkas "1. A. M baaleisu,
Ulpmrty tet.'Y: so 'i ,an%
-,itry hlk the Ck-rk's Omee on t ico tei
1141;. l liav WeAY soil4 of '.0h e . th y. lj%
.m..re: ud tury nly of ' e' and
at1s:3 of e O i4 haHa anddres to Dr.A. e
.lauriceau, as there an spurious and surrep
nfriagerO.enqtls of copy-sighe
1-WA SVE.TY WIP AND RD AN..
'v bane SEor YgMA ILC, when tginoassier
tno aery to theme we hold near
der, ind w When to dispel our nassee
Is wittaist our reachb.
To enAble e%_ one to deelde upon the ind ie
..'sp!.:aad M0itV of pn=="1al a copy, and oat -6, -
wife, or usother wouroan uninformned . upon -ts
any causes, whleh, Soner or later, are destined to
naise fearful rt ao r health, unlessguarded.
.aiaut. and thar rn spuraos and arreilonite
'1taand bare Cause to hs t himslfmite awE
dft. elareo wheu to amipl o-or -geae.~
tanta, tngether wil; eXtrat from the book, will e
hunt Mearg Ag o y pa of the United taonk-.
lay aes, whpad, as etersn. 7a7a
'hess (nif ledg $suos Ratplss g,'isardta=
pl~art abl cue t~o ube51 isef ls ng a
' i' Onionlet 'of On& Dol~ of thelieyli.
.in.esxtra 1tuli.1 ATHE MA IED WOoAN'*
PRIVATV. ED CAL COMPANION" h boe (ial -
&I free) to any part of the United gtates. Alal, -
ar mut he pot-pald. and addresed to Dr..A M.
%1A URItCEAU. ilox 12-, Now York C(ty rablab
%nVhteeso I129 Libaty ~sre, Nlpae York -,
InC~IE .le 24 New York City., by . . -
Stringer & Townsend, Adiriance,. Shve ~ ..'
maii& Co., Dewitt & Davenport, Batn
Co. Office, 129 Liberty Streetr no~s
May 17th, 1853 E~
Wi We are itheorige4
to announce Major .1. T., GRF1MN.as,
didate for Colonel of th,e 29.h. .Begirnent,
S. C. Militia. .
March 5th, 1853, 26...n
Mil The fiend. ofCapt
R M. GIR.BOlyS3 annQsnee him a candi.
date for the o~ice of Tax-Collector Int.
SalemR County. at t,ip ensting celonand.
obligse 14Aiet YoTgn ,
FOR" TAX "COLLECTOR.
07 The Friends or Dan
IEL MATHIIS, Euiq., alnnounce hinm as.
caudidate for Ta'z Collector for Clareminen
County, at the emuing electiQe.,
web. 8th 185%1.-1
4'O R OR DI A R Y.
(tT Mr, Editor:-You wil
please announce WV14LANM 1(. BRNU
SON as a candudate for th~e Office of Ordi
nary of A~tir i4riet at theenn
April 27ih, 1852 -+
OTr We are authorized tQ
nnn~ounce T'. J. INKINS, Eeq., a Candidade
for Clerk of theo Court, at th'e ensuin eleotiein.
Apr~tl85i MANY VO'TEl18.
07r Yrv. E ditor: Pleasne as~
nlounce Mr. J. J. McKE LLAIR, a Candi
date for C/erk of the Court, for Sumnte~
Istrict, anld oblige A.sY VOTERs.
W~h Friends of Mr1
-JOIIN F..JUNE, anuouncp him as cand.
date for Sheriff of 8419 Rigtrict aIt~ 4,
Nov. Mth, 16% S--td-pd
& We are atoi
to announco A. E. POOL as a candidate
for Sheriffofl8utmter District, at the ensu~
December 2!, 18352 8.2-t
In Equity-Sumr Dstrian
John WV. Mayranat, et. a.
It appeang& toy saisfacuion that~ Johi
W. Mayrant, one ofthse' pfndanta in qw1
above stated caause, is aseln fromn apd wthoo -
thbelimi of th Sae 6f Soth .Carol
motion of J. S. , G. IiohimlionCniliss
Soliitor, itis, ordered tliandTe sah -n~
garant - l"sa'~n*w~~rt
tby thtbf lb date ot ~bI9
of t iye,or a ordeor"pro confimo"s -4I
entered against hbo.
Fubruary 23th, 18..4