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MAY 14thi 18153.
Medals have been receivd at- the Exec.
utive Department for the relatives of do.
.X ce:ased, nlenlwrs of the. Palmetto Regi
ment and will be delivered when called
By order of the Governor.
B, T. WATTS, S.'cretary.
1. John 11. Moragne,
2. Col. Pierce M. Butler,
3. Lieut, Col. James P. Dickenson,
4. Lieut, James W. Cantey,
6. Lieut. John Ward Stewart,
.6. Lieut. David Adams,
7. Lieut. Elijah F. Williams,
8. Surgeon James Davis, Jr.
1. Richard Cannon Carwile,
2. I. P. Pratt,
3. Turner Crooter,
4. Zimmerman C. Mixon,
5. Thomas J. Wilder,
0. Jaines A. Wilder,
7. Eugene A. Wilder,
.8.-Robert B. Wilder,
V. Robert D. McCoy,
.0, John J. Ramisay,
1-1. George Yates.
13. gergt M. 1. M. Murphy,
14. Serg't T'homas D. Glenn,
15i Corp. R. Marion Black,
16. Thona-P, BIck,
17. Francis G. Britton,
18. Joseh Carter,
20. Samuel H. Drake,
21. Scarbort;R. Drake,
22. James Goodall,
23. Jacob L. Jentuings
24. William Johnson,
25. Rotmrt B. Moody,
26. Lautel Spann,
27. William J. Smith,
28. David Scurry,
29. Thomas B. Wells,
-30. Robert Kolb,
31. John C. Dabose,
32. J. P. Hardy, M. D
33. James B. Cauthen, Sergeants
a4. Isaace N. utewairt,
35. George Hilton,
23. Minor Hilton, 'Corporal,
37. John M. Gettie,
4. Satnuel Iliton, '
S9. Thomas F, Blunt-,
40. Byron Barnett,
41. Ari on G. Carsteit,
42. James M. Cartei,
43. James Dobbina
44. Win. C. Ellis,
45. Woody Estridge,
46. Thbim Griffio,
47. James Gettis.
48. William R. Hilton,
49. Elisha Henson.
60. Benjamiu Huggins,
51. Cliarles A. Ingram,
452.. William J. Johnston,
e 3.- %illiam A. Lislex,
.54. Angus McDonald,
.5. Amon McManus,
.56. Davis McMague,
.7. Bey P. Massey,
.59. Charles S. Perry,
59. Harvey Phyer.
60. Samuel Robinson,
- 41. Hlyramn Ryalls,
42. W. J. L. Short,.
63. Samuel A. Taylor,
66N Hratio ;M Riprey, Serg't,
Willian) L. Wilaie,
48. aamue \V. Alexander,
69. Henry S. Dickson,
.70. Thaomas M. Leitch,.
'.71. Christopher G. Carsten,
*72. David W. Corkle,
73. Daniel .J. Dowling,
'l.Horton -W. Haminer,
75. Joseph \William,
76. Thomas .!(ennedy,
77. Averid .W. Burken,
78. Claus .Myer,
-79. Thomnas.G. Carr,
82. Charlea 'W. Hargrave.
83. Barkley A. Friday,
84. C. .E. Uarter,
-85. RM. Corley,
86. George .Momnerdraker,
87. Thomas Simaons,
- -88. Doyle JE..Sweeney,
b9. J.--B.. Kennerly,1
- 90. Bergeant .D. B. Morgan.
91. Sergoant .E. P. Alexander,
92. H. Dent,
* 93. Isaac-Dent,
04. N. C. Darriall,
95. IL Dial,
9)6. T. W. Duke,
-97. J. Dial,
98. J. Friedeberg,
99. W. H. Aunt,
100. John Tr. Lupo,
101. James Mar tin,
102. Calvin Martin,
103. ergeant A. Rt. Montgomery,
' 104. JoeT Med lin,
105. Patric'k Rhat,
106. D. H. Trezsvanat,
.107. Ira C. Tunison,
108. Alexander Tunison,
'Q.109. Win. WV ilson,
I10. A. J. Miller,
111. Aaron McGraw,
112. Andrew McGraw,
113. Henry McGraw,
114. Henry Benjamin Cook,
115. David M. Lavender,
116. Wmn. WV. Robertson,
117. John J. Necley,
118. Thomas L. Fraser,
119. James Romedy,
120. Joseph White,
.121. James Phillips,
122. Robert J. True,
123. James Carn,
124."ohn WV. Crook,
125. Sergeant John WV. Sugler,
128. Jackson Boyd,
127. Davis Noland,
.128. 8ilas Wilson,
129. William smith,
180. Abram Richardson,.
131. Daniel Mcllngen,
132. James Pogue,
333. Charles Bradiord,
14. Josephy Landers,
335. Mathew Harper,
136.'Sergoant Robert J. Dunham.
137. James B. Fetner,
138. Jamues Brazil,
139. Benjamin 8. Jenks,
140. Sam;uel Wiley,
141. John Harrison. t
142. John Bone,
343. Andrew E. Mitten,
144. Noah Isenhower,
1456. James Morton,
l4t;. John Gill,
147. Trom-.as .n..l
1 Charles aliher
150. W Rpw.ell,
161. Thoraes Robbinp,
152. J. W. Triplett,
153. Ansel G. Stedman,
154. Janes Braketield,
155. E. S. Walker,
156. Ila P. Price,
157. Wm. R. Davis,,
158. Wiley Robinson,
159. John H. Perty,
160. E. McDahiel
161. Jasper Devore,
162. M. Boliver Jones,
163. A. J. Gill,
164. James Brakefield,
165. John Proctor,
160. Thomas S. Dallis,
167. John S. Dallis,
168. Wilbert R. Ferguson,
169. J. W. Wright,
170. Sergeant W. B. Triplett,
171. Sergeant A. J. Hood,
172. Isaiah Lewis,
173. George S. Johnson,
174. John Guthrie,
175. James Robison,
176. Wylie R. Colmnan,
177. Bharles H. Alexander,
178. Daniql McHenry,
179. Thomas Mfctlenry,
180. James S, Yongue,
181. Havil Colvin,
182. Andrew Henderson,
183. Afoses Henderson,
184. Hazel Hardwick,
185. John T. McLane,
186. Levi Stedman,
187. G. Washington Wylie.
188. Corporal Whitfield B. Brooks,
189. Stewellyn Goode,
190. Sergeant Win. 1. Blocker,
191. John S. Johnson,
192. Christopher Ardis,
193. Thomas F. Tillinan,
194. Benjamin Tillnan,
195. Benjamin G. Tillman,
190. Plachal E. Tillman,
197. Nelson Phillips,
198. Malachi Bettis,
199. Alt-xandcr McKenzie,
200. John Gassaway,
201. Joseph H1. Gassaway,
202. John Wells,
203. Slathew N. Monter,
204. IHenry V. Callihan,
205. Elbert Padget,
206. Jesse Hill,
207. Nathaniel DeLoach,
209. Thomas H. Nixon,
209. James R. Duncan;
210. Jefl'erson Williamson,
211. Reuben Ja.irett,
212. William H. Cobb,
213. Tolivar Youngblood,
214. William LI. Reynolds,
215. Sergeant Vincent 1). Cogburn,
216. Williana T. Sinith
217. E. Rainsey,
218. Thomas N. Brown, (Co. B,)
219. 3d Lieut. Alex. A. Roberts (Co.
220. 2d Liout. Abner B. Dunham,
May 31, 1853 31-it
I will pay the above reward to any per
ion who will .apprehend and lodge in the
Sumterville, Charleston, Columbia or
.oamden Jail, so that I can get him, my
nan PHILLIP, a Tailor by trade, who
-anaway from Columbia about the 10O
.Ir1h laqt. Said Phillip io a mulatto
Lbout five feet nine inches high, rather
flight built and has a Large blackdnoie
uis chim. He may change his name ar
leny that he beklongs to me. He is be.
lieved to be in Charlestun, as he has rela
ives there, and he may have a pass as he
:an very easily procure one.
JOHN S. RICHARDSON, Jr.
May 31, 1853 : .1-4t
t--Camden lournal copy twice, Co
umabia Banner one timne, and send bills to
6RUNAWAY, on last Tuceday the
17th instats my Boy RICHARD, a
white sterfeitto, about five feet three
r four inches liigh, tolerably stout built,
ibout .twon two years old with straight
ight colored hair, has a very sulky up.
2earance, and answers quick and short
avhen spoken to ; said boy has a short thiickt
"oot, his 'kinds short and thic~k, chubby
ingers. He had the scar ol a blister on
mis forehead just above the eye-brows, lie
nay try la bhi it by wvearing his cap or
tat down .over his forehiead. He will he
inure to pass himself for a white man for
le is very white arid has been taking great
:are of his skin for sonme time. When he
oft lhe had a cloth cap, black coat and a
lark colored pair of piaits. Hie will be
mnre .to chinuge his cap and clothes as soon
is &e can:; lie also wears his hair in front
traight down to hide the scar of the blis
er. Hie isa shoemaker by trade, though
ie may not go at the business, expecting
lint lie will be so advertised.
The above reward of Twenty Dollars
vill be pmaid for his delivery in any Jail ini
he State. He will be sure to give himself
Bradleyville, Sumter District, 8. C.
May 2htn, 1852 30-t f
~EF Camden Journal and Cheraw Ga
;ett publish ive times.
By an order from William Lewis, Ordi.
tory of Sumter District, will be sold on
rhursda y the 9th Jnne at the late resi.
lence of William Ridgway, deceasedl, all
lie perishable property, consisting of two
VJegroes, one Horse, one WVagon, a fine
at of stock Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, P'lanta
ion Tools, Hlouse.hold and Kitchen furni.
ure. Conditions : All sums of Five Dol.
ars and under, cash ; all over, credit un
il January next, wvith note arid app~roved
ecurity with interest from day of sale.
A. RL. BRIADIIAM,
May 24, 1853 30-2t
IT THE .BANTNER OFIICE.
WV. A. WVEL M A N, would respectful.
r' announce to the Laidies ~ad Gentlemen
f Sumterville and vicinity that lie has
pened Roonms at thme above p.'ace, and he
,uuld be happy to wait on all who nmy
3e1 disposed to improve this opportunity
obtaim one of his unsurpassed minia
ures, as it may be the last that many of
ou may have to obtain one of those inval
able mementoes. Pictures taken in clear
r cloudy weather at the low price of Two
A good assortment of fancy cases and
>ckets nn hand.
M1ay 2-4th, 1Rres -t i,
One Door West of A.
Offers for sale on reasc
and well selected stoc
DRUGS AN I
Chemicals, Evan's Lancel
Dye-Stuffs, Silver Lance
Paints and Oils, Scarificat<
Window Glass, Stomaci
Spirit Gas, Breast
Best Vinegar, Brusi
Shaving Creams, Pal
Best quality of Medeira and Poi
For Medical purp
Thomsonian and P
Together with a variety of other
of Drugist or
(:T All orders put up with n<
May 24th, 1853.
FR103 the subscriber two years
ago my negro woman MIRANDA, con
siderable above the common size, ef dark
complexion, somewhat of roman nose with
loss of one thumb, and quite in'elligent
when spoken to; and her son TOM has
also been ranaway for about 18 months,
common size, very dark, about 16 years
old and with high and sonewhat receding
forehead, a small sear over one of his eves,
white teed sad a small deformity of oue
of his middle nails. These twu are sup
posed to be about Charleston Neck as the
husband lives there.
Ranaway &ix months since my negro
GRACE, about 30 years of age, yellow
complexion, above the ordinary size, with
two of her fingers stiff froim being cut in
cotton gin, and a black mole on her face.
A liberal reward will be given for their
apprehension and loilgmnent in any Jail in
the State so that I can get them.
J. L. MEL1.ETT.
May 10, 1853 28-tf
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Browning & Leman,
h~o. 209 aaid 211 Kisag Coraier
OF MARKET STREET,
WII ofller to FAMILIES and PLANT
ERS visiting Charleston this spring the
CHOICEST STOCK of FANCY AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS that has ever
been offered for 'inspection inl this city.
They iniite an examination and assure
their friende and purehosere ' Ily that
thesr riccil r4 com fed wth - y
Markel in the United &ates. -
Terms Cash or City acceptance.
BROWNING & LEMAN,
C. & E. L. KERR[SON & Co.
May 10, 1853 28-tf
All persons are hercby cautioned not to
trade for, or receive in payment of any
debt, either or both of two Notes giveun by
the subscriber to R. J. Price, the one for
two hundred and~ filty dollers, and the oth
er for two hundred and ten dollars, as sad
Notes given for two separate tracts of land
wvere to be paid after go)od and lawful titles
were ma;de to me by Price, which ccadi
tions were pntt in writing and are nowv in
my possession, and which contains the
further understanding that in the event of
his failing as he has done, to make such
titles he wvould forfeit the amounts &c.
C. A. LESSExSNE.
A pril 3, 1853 2
G.. watchman copy.
All personis indebted to me either by
Note or Account or otherwise are notified
that payment MUS 1' bo made by the 25th
May inst., as I anm in want of funds and
must have it.
May 3, 1853 2y-if
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
R1ev. James Newbery, deceased, either by
Note or Account wvill make immediate pay
mnent. And those having desmands against
the same will render them in properly at
tested within legal time to
A. McCAIN NEWBERY
SA MUEL C. GR AHA M,'
A pril 26th, 1853 26--tf
~& Darlingoni Flag please copy
Mr. R. 0. Black,
Regs leave to notify the citizens of Sum.
tervil le that he has opened a DANCING
SCIIOOL at the " Town Hall " for teach.
img the iate.st anid most fashionable dances.
II is long e.perience, study and care wair
rant hit.. i saying, that all who give him a
trial will receive perfect satisfaction. jt
Terms $10 per Quarter of 15 Lessons.
IFor further particulars apply to thme under
signed at his room in China's Hotel, or at
thme Town Hall.
R. 0. BLACK.
M. ay 17th, 1853 -___ 29-tf
JUSTr received from Baltimore
1 5,000 Segars-choice Brands.
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
May 10th, 1852 28--tf
JAMES M, HURST,
Formnerly of the
Havig prchsedout Mr. Sras, Mer
chn Htl, wouldbe lad to see any fo
his old friends. Board 1 50 per day.
May 10. 1853 no -.
I. Moses' New Store.
nable terms,a choice
t Cases, Flavoring Extracts,
irs, Gelatine, (variety)
Pumps, Hair Oils,
Do. Fancy Soaps,
les, (all kinds) Pens and Ink,
aries, Trusses, Toilet combs,
)er, (variety) Lemon Syrup.
-t Wine and French Brandy,
articles, comprising the stock
atness and despatch.
MR. EI)ITOR:--MANY FRIENDS
if W. J. N. HAMMEr are desiroua of put
ing him in nomination for the Office of
'Jerk of the Courtif Sumter District, at
he ensuing election.
May 24, 1853. 30-tf
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
'otton Factors and General 'Commis
B. McLAURIN, Eq., will give per
a sonal and special attention t' the in
crests and order of his frie4s in ihis
3'ate and the adjoining Counties of North
1,arolina, who may favor these Houses
vith their patronage. Consignments of
iroduce to the House in New York, either
iy way of Charleston,' Georgetown, or
Vihnington. will be covered by insurance,
f notice of the shipment be promptly giv.
May 3, 1853 27-tf
Do not Defer, but Come if
YOU WAN.TL' TO GET TIIE
Mr. REICH, Merchant Tailor, begs
eave to inorIm the gentlemen of Sumter
rille and District that he has just returned
vith a spendid assortment of
Det,O C thrp . rap'd ete,
ustings, &c. c.,-anta aort.ever, thing
hat is reqired for a full- uit: Having
nade the choice of his goods himself, he
loubts not but what he can suit the most
astidious. T1here is no use to have your
:loths made na Charleston or by Yankees',
vhen you can have them made as stylish
md as wvell If not better than anywhere
idse right at. hom~e, and this Mr REICH
aromises to do, nay, he will add that, if his
york is not turned out at least equal to any
lone in this conatry he will not ch~aroe
mnything. As for his prices they shall to0
it New Yonrk rates. All he asks is, give
umi a trial ! !Come soon and pick out
ome of those beautiful Panits and Vest
atterns, it will soon be Warm and you will
Mr. flaici lives next door to John F.
Iaynsworth almost opposfte Dr. WVither
A pril 26th, 18-23 26-tf
China, Gla~ And
H, E, NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I~AS jnu-t received direct from the man
nIicturers in England and France,
Lnd by recent vessels from the North, a
rery complete and variod assort mnent of the
ibnve named GOODS, comprising all the
iew patterns and shapes; among which
ire best -
bVIJITE GitANITE or STONEWARE,
China finish a superior article;
Blue and other Colored \Vare, of now
?rench andl English China, new shapes,
plhin Wmnte Gold and decorated;
Uclh China Donner and Tea-setts, and
beautiful Fancy Articles in the line;
rnt, MoulIdered and Polished Glassware,
of every kind ;
)yott's Patent Camplhone, Store, Office,
and Parlor Lamp, a superior article;
Vehb's Patent Oil and L-ird Lamns. a new
art isle giving great light and brilliancy ;
l'ea TJ Iys, biest Table Cutlery and Pal.
tedl Castors, Spoonp, Forks, '&c.
lousekeepingr art icles, in great variety;
rates of assorted WVaros. of desirable and
new styles, by Whoesale ;
'ackages of Tumnblers, Flaskcs, &c., low
lby the package.
having c'omplete arrangements for obtain
ng our Goiods direct from the manufac
urers we can and will offer rare induce
rients, either by WVholesale or Retail --
irders attended to promptly.
11. b. NICHOLS.
Columbia, April 12, 1853 '....tf
All persons having demands against the
Istate of the late Col. John J. Moore of
tinter District, are regnested to hand
hem in properly attested to the subscri.
ers, and all those indebted wvill make
'ayment to the same.
J. B. MOORE, Eeuos
J. 8. MOORE, Eeuos
March 15th, 1853 . 20-tf
Fine Cigars and Garden
Kept constantly on hand by
Dr. WV. JAS. DARGAN & CO.
May 24t- 18ra 30n_,'
virtti of sundryt
directed, %ill e sol Seter ourt
Iouse/o, tie 1st' Mondi d da d follo-,y
ing imi-June niext, wit legal hours
oftiale,.to the highest bidder, for cash, the
following property. Purchasers to pay for
titles: . -
One tract of 40 acres of land in Claron
don adjoining lands of William White lev
ied on as the property of Henry T. White
at the suit of R. J. Price.
One tract of 830 acres of land in Lower
Salem adjoining lands of John McKnight
levied on as the property of Robert J. Price
at the suit of of Jon. Montgomery.
One tract of 250 acres (if 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 Joe. Mlontgom
One tract of 200 acres of land, more or
less, in Clarendon adjoining lands of J. W.
Ridgeway levied on as the property of R.
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 the suit of J. N. Frierson.
1 Negro levied on as the property of'
Thos. M. Baker, at suit the W G. Des
I Mule and Horse levied on as the
property of K. Barwick at the auits of T.
Lynn and J. 8. & 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. Barton and
L. B. Hanks.
1 negro lovi-3d on as the properly of C.
W. Lesemne at the snit of R. M. Ridgell,
1 Negro levied on as the property of Mi.
D. McLeod at the suit of G. North.
1 Negro levied on as the property of W.
11. McKnight at the suit of W. C. Dukes
20 hogs levied on as the property of R.
W. Stukes at the suit of E. J. Plowden, to
be sold on Tuesday 7th June at defendants
residence in Clarendon.
I Negro levied on as the property of w.
F. Butler at the snits of J. S. & L. Bowie.
E. D. Pringle and J. J. Berry.
I gray horse, buggy and harness levied
on as the property of 0. P. McRoy at the
suits of P. M. Cohen & Co., and Wiley
Banks & Co.
1 negro levied on as the property of J.
W. Ervin at the suit of D. S. Sargent.
J. C. RIHAME, s. S.D.
May 17th, 1853 29-3t
Alsey F. Ramsey Bill for Par
VS. tition or Real
Willian Adkerson. Estate Mason
el a,. Spears.
1T appearitmg to mI 1atisfaction, tha
William Adkerson, -trah Adkersun, Mar
gare Adkersm, iumptiri Spears, Jimes4
8. Spears. Pene!ope Criatree and
Crahitree, her husband, Amelh Whit., and
- White her husband. A!inri 80er,
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 ;e
the said Bill within three month% from the
first publication of this orderl and failing I
to do so, the said bill will be taken pro
confesso against then.
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTHI,
Comn'r Eq. 8. D.
April 4thl. 1853 23-3mn
To Suit the Season,
At prices to suit thme
T IM E S.
The subscribers having receivedi a large
and WELL SELECTPED STOCK,
embracing every variety and style of goods,
consisting of a great many articles too nu
mneromus to mention ; but if you wvill just
honor thenm winh a call, they will take
much pleasure in showing their goods, and
fnithermnore reel convinced that as regards
SCH E A1PNESS " they cannot be sur
passed by any house in town.
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
Sumtterville. Mlarch 29th, 1853.
Who has made new improvements and
considerably enlarged his store, and is nowv
receivig fresh goods by every train of
cars and oflfers to the public for the sum
mer months the following articles low for
Ice Cream and Lemonade, (daily) Jce,
Oranges, L~entonsm, Pine Apples and all the
tropical fruits; also a fine assortment of
Tubacco and Cigars, with a choice lot of
Family Groceries. also a large Block of
Pickled Salmon and Preserves, Flour of
the best brands wvarranted, also a large lot
of Bacon of which he receives a nmew sup.
ply weckly. All of which he guarantees
to sell at the lowest rates for cash.
A pril 5th, 1853 23-tf
THE Subscriber hav'ing opened a gre
cery underneath the Town Ihall, designs
keeping constantly on hand, a supply of
heavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE, BIUCKWHVEAT, MOLASSES,
VINEGAR, BACON, LARD), BUJTTER,
CHEESE, MACKEREL, SALT, SOAP,
CANDLES, POTATOES, &c. &.c.
In fact little of almost everything that is
good to eat; all of which will be sold low
for cashl, or in exchange for couintry pro
duce. l1b promises to attend to his own
business, and hopes by attendling strictly
thereto, to receive a liberal share of pa
tronage. 3. M. CHIAND)LER.
March 15th, 1853 -0t
Clarke & Brother'.
Who have jest received per Rail Road a
ine assortment of
Comprising Pickle., Preserved Fruit, Cigars,
Candies and a chioice lot of ChewIng tobaioo,
to which thoy invite the attention of the cii
1:ent of this Distriet,
February 22, 1853 17n-if
CHARLESTON, Feb. 25, 1853.
Tho following gentlemen having been ap
pointed and comm Isioned Aide-do Camp to his
Excellency the Governor and Commandor-.n
Chief, wkh the rank of Lieutenant Colonel,
will be obeyed ad respected accordingly.
J. W. CANTEY,
AdJ't and Insp'r General.
ALEXANDER C. RICE,
BENJAMIN T. BROCKHAM,
WM. R. DOGAN,
31arch 8th, 1853 19-tf
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
JAMES H. DUE would respectfully
infoim the citizeus of Sumterville nnd the
surrounding conntry, that he is now open.
ing a TIN MANUFACTORY in Sumter
Ville, and is now prepared to fill all orders
itm the tinl lino. bierchants 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 *rkmanlike manner. Tihe enth will
be expected in every instance on finishing
or delivering of every job. I intend to soll
cheap and for th cash only.
Feb. 8ih, 1853 15-tf
Of Dry Goods.
Which for variety, quklity, newness of styles
and cheapness, merit tile auention of every
body, some of which we here enumerate:
Plain colored Canton Crape Shawls, at 85.
Superfine Cant Crape Shawls with extra heavy
fringes, Rich Embroidered Cant Crape Shawls,
Superfine French and Berlin Wool, Rcasedale,
Tyne and Bay State, Double, Four faced and
Liong Shawls, of the heaviest descriptiu. liea
vy 10-4 square Wuolen Shawls of the following
styles: Santag, Jenny Lind, Fiorence and Bays
Water. French Ebroidered Thibet, troche
worked, Janiquard loun womked and plain
Thibet Shawls in choice variety. Embroidered
Canton Crape, Broche worked and Paris
printed Mantles and Scarfs.
Plain and Figured BLAcK Gno'D RLETN
S:1LaS, Plain colored gro'd Nap and Marceline
Silks ; Stiiped and Platued Wash Silks; Plain,
Figured, Striped anu Plaid Mous. D-Lainso in
the latest st les and richers i) es. Scotch and
English printed d'lain's of the handsomest pa
trons. Plain Paris Monts. D'Laines in all va
riety of culairs. FaEu, GaaM.N ansi ENG
z.rsn aiE rtios of the most superzor qualities and
colors. Frrnch and English Chintz patron
Calicovs. Best qualh ties anJ makes of Ameri
can Prints. Col'd Organdies, French Crape
Liese, Bareges, Crape O'paris Illuions, Sulk
Tissues, &c., for evening and Ball wear. Also
ust received, 132 of beautifully Embroidered
bwass lusHs Robe patron Dre-sses, each one
having a Fashion Carn attached.
ExtraMsipei FaEz It.NEEDLE ICpMriETTEg
of the richest diescrilitions and finest quality.
Prices from 37 1-2 to $10 a piece.
Richest, and latest styles French needle work
LACE and MUSL.IN COLLARs ini a very large
Superb NEEDLEs EMBROIDERED Lir N E N
CamBR~c HANDEKERCiEtss, also a superior *i
sortroent of plain ditto.
Cambric and Swiss 3Mus.iN EootNos,
Fai.L~s, BANDs, INSER:Nos &c., of the best
aities and ne west styles oiported Needle
H OSIERY, &c.
Superfine White, Black and Col'd, WORST
ED AND LAMIBS WOOL Stockings, of the
best English manufacturers.
Extra Colored, Whtte antd Black, En~glish
8IrUN SILKx Stockings. Best qualities Eng
lish MlOaAVIAN STOCKiNGs, Black and Slate,
Colored. Extra fine and heavy qualIties Im
ported French and English SILKx STocEINos,
Black and Whte
Finest qualities FRENCtu LrsLE THaBAD,
Open Cloked and pilain Stockings. Black, Slate,
Blue Alixed, Mlode Colors and Superior quali
ties White English Stockings of the celebrated
From France and Royal Brown, Brands,
Extra I'ine anid heavy qualities of Gentle
men's UNDER SitIRTS and DRAwERs of Lambs
WVool, Saxony, Alerino and Stockinet. Im
ported, LADIES UNER EIsTs of AMerino and
Gauze Lambs Wool. LADIEs AND GEMrr
Gt~ovr~sof Silk, 31erino, Kid, Lisle Thread,
Kid mitke Silk, Segovia, Cotton and other de
seriptions. Large and full assortment of GEN.t
TLEMIENS, FasntioNaar.E SiturTs, COLLARS,
CRAvATS, AND POCKET IIANDKEaOliErs.
BLANKaTs, London Bath, Duflield's and
Whlitney Blankets, FrLANNELS, Welch, Sals
bury, Fren~ch aferino and English Flannels.
Superfine Embossed Cloth and Victoria Da
masks, TAnt.E Arttu PIANO CovEas.
Best qualities of Brownt and White TAULE
DAMASICs, Doylies, NAPKINS, TOwEL~s, AND
isii LiNENs AND SHEKET;Nos, ol' OUR OWN
CoT-roy Goons, Tickings., 3-4 4-4 and 12-4
Brown Sheetings, Best q1ualities of Long Cloths,
Sheings, Cainbrica, luslins, Chocks, Ging.
hams, batlinets, Cassinmeres, Vestings, Broa
Cloths, &c, &c.,
It will be worth youtr while to call and ex
amine befo~re purchasing elsewhere.
W. J. JACOBI e, SON,
221 King-st., (Bendh) opp. rthe Big Boat.
Charleston, Jan, 24, 18,53 13-tf
PERSONS wishing vehaickles of any
kind can btiy them of E. Dixon, at Sumter.
ville, as cheap as can be bought in Charles
ton or elsewhere and warrmnted to stand.
A pril 19th, 1853 25--tf
All persons having demands aginst the
Ettate of the late Rev. Charles P.Elliott
will present attested statements thereof-..anC
those indebted, to the same, will make paiy
ment to the Subscrib~er.
THOMIAS 0. ELIJO'I',
Charleston S. C.
A pril, 24;, 1853. 20 2m.
15 Shae" o"'Wilungt" and Mm.
cheste Rail oCnpany Stock
ror salo, any .person desirous of purchasming
said stoc'k will pleise call on the subscri
bar at his oflice in Suntervillo.
J. B3. N. IA M METp,
March nt2, 1853 Attrny
J. B. N. BAMMlVET,
ATTORNE~Y AT LAW,
SUMTER.VILLE, S~ C.
311k. next door to J. B. & II. C. W~bb'
Newv York Store.
March 22. 18Oi 21--rt
ee. . - 1k
oouls wre ofengie o
o r n w t
=07Elr Ano COa. AND
o e o l t e t be eke2 e t ta i n g
WMan .ar.ah "rog the
Posesse sesinforai o
moet ~ 1% 4. r
posses" we migt bet ave 1
(awithin wach of dall) i ,h yj
And to her husband the tons
weeussarily devolving upon 'ao a
witioutl rien hicaMe rtubr 1
petence %whi his esetIons are so
ln of which wouldsecure the pa
wife, and chaildren.
8ECURM TILE NEA111 or A
By beomingy in tin possessed oi 1e
wtnt of which w caused the aszelneska ey.
thousands. hr l
In view of such consequnen. Wit so
ersabe if she neglect to semi hensOfli
Ode in resa'ect to which woul spare h
sufru.b iemeans of happiness aid rj&jy5 go
husbsad. and confer Opon her children ato~e
all price-healthy .bodies. with hesgiv 1iy~ .2~W
knowledge is contained in'a little w esi
TCGEK | I - W@M W'@.
Private Medicalt nr~o~ty.
BY DII.. A. M. MAUR BEA UOW
h areesasa oP tiaLare or ros
One Hund-rerlh EDIffor.. 19mo.,pp~ . 50
(oat Ftsa PAan-,~ aizaA meNDtie, . 4iQ."
First published in tsT. andist is nopy~
Conastlrng that EVER~ P- 'PE,.
WIIETHEg MARRIED I OR -NOT, ,
here aequIre a Sill knowleslg, is
nature, character and causes o er ep ,
plaints, with the Various BymnpanimsE
that nearly -
HALF A DILLION COPIE
should have been sold. e
It is impracticable to convey fully the various
treated of. as they are of a nature strictly intesde qae. 4
the tnaried, Or those conteralat iaeu~4
fenialedesirousr of n hnh, t
sequent apon health. which is so condae he o
happtuess. and that of her bd h hasee %elM
obtain It. " as isor will ivgp hesbend wbo, hAs-e leyt?>
and affection of his wife at IanorhatfiW p
oaniary animprovement. Ow -
UPWAIDS OF ONE HUNDREIDTHObL -
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Ie Misery to those we hold areal4'
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To.enable every ones to decide upon the
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wife, or mother need remain uninhbrmed upon. t
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against. and that no considerate and .afecdionate
husband have cause to ufpbrad himsnelf 'wib eM
of the welfare of his wire-s pamphlet oUhrtyelz,.
pages, containlng sl 7V414Tage one Id4E. f Cko.
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sent freeof charge any DArt of the 7 ae
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an& colen Dettt & o Daenpol- Salt.
CoP fie 29LbrySreet neasod -
May 17th, 185:3 20.-f
Treaeds-atr emnald ec Pu ate
Dra.n3 excelentsbstittitford fpo Ste
by prdan odb
Dr. W. JAS. D AXRGAN C~
May 24th, 1853 3
Preare Eatr the valu announeMu
Dr.t elecion Dargn, obieit an-fr
Dr.W. AS.DARAN COTR
Jay_14t , 18520
FRTAX CnOuLLECTOR. -
fo a-oco fSalem County,-a h nun lcilan4t
October s~r af ANY VOTERS -
(iir The Frends of Eb
P.L MTIGIBOS s annonce it aa
cadtat for he office o Tax-CleoT
SmCounty, at the ensuing e lection. an
IlELs MAnnounc Esq., antc bII. asR a
c0au adidate for TaxeColletr ofrmont
Cny utr if at the ensungsu-iton
AFril th, 1852 157-td
F O -R .DLENRKR.Y
&r Mlr, Editor:-Youas wi
leaselC annunc WIJ MKLLA a. BRNU.
dOate a Canddat of the Corte fof OtN.t
nasrct ofSmtober DiticatY the en
A pril 1, 182 2
F OOR C L E R K.
a~nntc . JNE aNKIuNS, Esq. a Cndiat
tafor lerkli of Cor,lte ensti eleo
Apri. 1th 181 254d-.~d
Orr M . Edtor:Plea e4
date fr Clek of h out, for thiru
Dwtrit, ad obige ANY oTE
A pril18,15. .