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(ai worthy nan) and a Firemaur wore
Ve i a eal to the hunianity
ind' jut;tie ft 1he peuple along' the
lineol ' ad h Aeir id in deteeting
*antid brint is punishment the authvr
so m uk'1 eed.,
- C~'11,. Pregident.
E1Dh be~or 'of Frane o.
-TU% ' A! r'espondent of the Co.
AinOalil Banier thus shows 'up
ie~ Majety"NPol.EON the third:
It 'is'Nll knoivn that his retinis.
eneestAfAmerica must be-by no means
I ee.ble.othe French Emperor, and
,am:erodily informed that last year
e tWo Americans were walking on
h itimpi Elyseos, and Napoleon.
rodey'one ortho ftrmer remarked
* whr dompanion "There goes a man
~hona few years ago I kicked out of
-nrooth .n New. York." Verily
Vz 4hure are many u.,s and downs in this
erld purticularly in changeable
''rancei' :.hose- Who have no other
;aourceof- information than the French
n ewapapergiust boliove that the peo
pl here Iok up to their present Ruler
' 1th atmost Athe Eamd 'universal love
aidadiirtied that'they had 'tor his
reatiiUdee-but- this is very far from
ben true. A.few weeks ago I at
vitded he Grand Opera in company
Y"t two SouthCarolina ladies, . who
beth gvery desirous of seeing the Em.
P6err and Emiress, regretted much
liat-we had not happened to go the
iiight they. wen& I pointed out their
1my, in which we observed several per
sos. aN ho, however, were. not
'stinetly visible frun'i where we sat,
and after looking carefully several
- ies, as I could neither see nor hear
uf- either of their Majesties I concluded
that they were only some of the Tie
eissdry individuals attached to the mai.
am impe Wde What was my -aston
gihment.you may imagine, to see in
he.pt tcipal -papers the next day, that
.tbe perr and Empress, had not
onily. been present but, were received,
Md frequeitly inteerupted with the
greats-entiusiusm-shouts of "Vive
I'Enpereur, -Vive - Plimperatrice," etc.
tAnd this is the way that the press al
wuays reports their visits to Theatres,
- publicnstitutions, appearance in the
sreets, &c., &c., while in fact itis ex
'tremely rare to hear one cry "Vive
*1'Empereur," although there is always
.,a great crowd collected to see hi*m pass
,r4en be rides out, whieh.is.due inore
'to ndtaural curiosity thain to love or es
- The-Columbia Banner of the 31st
Ult th is allides to its participation in
some of the first offerings of the season:
TheI .radiest notice we had of
Green Peas was from tie Sumter
Banner, and the day we received it.
we had a present of a mess, the first of
.:4he season. YesterdAy we got the Black
i-ve'r 'Vtchmun- with I ,TorificAtion
Crn.. We tad scarce
44~w1awieere eanmethe ao-o
- Mteitseofia lady with twa ears' of
he first corn that ive 'hv heard of
hereabouts. We 'shall hereafter
-atch -fur the Sumter liapers with
some interest, aind hope they may con
timie ' to ~receive good things, as
our luck seems connected with theirs.
We learn frorn the Barnwell S. C.,
-J~lmietfd &entinel of the 20th ult., that
* tha:VuaTrued Richard Moody, 'liv
'kig neat ilat place, attempted to 'take
the lifecof his wife, on the 19th ult.,
by cutting her throat; ie made an
ineisqion~with a knit's just over and
*diagonally across the jugular vein, a
bout tw'o incehes in length, but not of
sufficiont depth 'to sever the artery, ow
ing, it- is supposed, to the dullness of
- :tle'' Weapon; 'fortunately ~no .serious
.Injury~was'the result, lie wvas brought
bbforesW.'J. :Mixson, Magitrate, and
- iweender bond awvaiting hiis trial, fort
assault and battery, at the October
tea (fthe Court.
.he sNew'York ijerald says:-"Th<
Metliddist Episebpal Conference held
-.twe. .sessions yesterday, at thebi
shurch' in Allq.<pstreet. At the
* frst mneetiiig wo. 'gentlemen were
proposed for deactsn's orders, .but.r
jeeted. .Mr. Robijuson applied for el
der's ordei-s, and the comlmitte~e be
furra'whom he hiad passed his examni
ziion roported favorably; but the Con
~~~ enee rejected him, on the ground that
was ant immethodical individual and
vould be practically useless to th<
eociety. It appears from some discus
-.sion~that arose that Mr. R. figured as
- neof the Celtic bards in the late un
sitecesful isurrection in the Emnerali
* N I~e lias, however, now "hung hii
-har p oli the willow tree," anid applied.
or elder's orders, but unfui-tunatel~
* Awriter in the Baltimore Sun, whc
. it bemaaillieted severely in his fmni
7y by thtapan disease, bjroniti
*, h ifs found relief from the follo wing
remedy: "Iake hkoney in the comb
squeeze it out, and diluite with a littl
ovater,.and wet the lips and mouth oe.
RationalI'y with it." It has never beer1
-cnowfi. to fail in ciaes even where clil.
Mreit hid throats tio swollen as to be
m~iablu to swo~llow. It is eertainly ia
ermbihleremnedy, and may be a very
CTTrOir FaOM CNi,MflUs (Ga.)-.
TheIl teear Gordon at this port from
$avaitah, on Sunday last, brought a.1
pa'rt'dfher eag~o 87 hales' Cotton. sent
*rom Colarnhus, (Oa.) fieis Railroad tc
aunnmah,'amid 'rrom thence by steam.
e.rfo. tlis~ city, and ernsigned to Messrm
r~,ahdl D~.I. .Krkpatrick. 'This is the
-,Art, arrival of' Cottoti at this p)ort f'romr
.. Alun~hbus, it hiavimng al ways beeni set
*Pieviimausy to Apalacirola, and it b
4sel:0fsthe eflbets of opening the line
.of Railroadjs through f'romi Savannali
t4 Cu ubus.--/harleson. Courier.
u AVLAlo.-The e Idegt tatlfri
uta: Diekent',Lwons'ehold Words
says: In the leit ve-- 'n have road
nine hm:dred i.' of which
Oldven.were available for this journ,
.-Ifter being entirtly re-written.-- In the
sane per iod % , received and answered
two thousand letters, and made ap
p ointments with an odd two or three
hundredmo- of ou'r 'fllow 'eatures
than there were pounds to pay for the
celebrated nails in - the horses shoes,
which will go.down to posterity rusty
with the tears.of school-boys.
Lin 'IN Nuw Yoax.-The New
York Tribune, in asketch of the pro
ceedings before the.the .Board of Ex
cise, in that city on Friday, exhibits
city life in a new phrase. Thus,
among the applicants for license was:
. "Eliza Lawler, 87 Forsyth street.
Keeps a -female . pneter-house. No
inen are ever allowed there, according
to her statement. She went on to
plead her case very earnestly; she nev
er allowed ai man inside her doors to
drink; it was only for the accommo
dation of ladies, &c. Alderman-We
want to hear no more froma you, and it'
we used you as you deserve, we should
have you arrested at once. Be oure
you close your place immediately."
. FREE.HOnURC; OF SCOTLAND.-T C
anual meeting of the Associates Syn.
od of N6th Amerrica (a branch of the
Free Church of Scotland) was con
inenced in New York on Thursday.
RAInRoAD PRnESIDENCY.-Col. Wade
Hampton has been nominated in the
Charleston Courier for the Presidency
of the South Carolina Railroad.
TiGHT ScaPwio.-"Do you support
Gen. Taylorl" "No." "Do you sup
port Gen. Cass?" " sir." . Vhat?
dc you support Van Buren?" "No sir
ce-I support Betsy and Lae children.
and it's nigliy tight screwing to get
along at that, with corn only twenty
cents a bushel."
ITrs OF MAD Doos.-An English
Journal says that old Sexon has been
usng, for fifty years, and with perfect
success, a remedy for the bite of mad
dogs,. by the agency of which 't has
rescued many fiellow-beings anid cattle
ftorri the iearful death of hydrophobia.
The remedy is to wash the wound im
mediately with warm vinegar oc tephd
water, dry it, and then ap. ly a lew
drops of niuratic acid, which will de
stroy the poison of the saliva, or nen
tralize it, aid the cure is effec.
I IN~- --
To MAKE IhtNERS, - CEMENT-TIhe
following is a very excellent, cement
f)r the use of turners and artisans in
general: 16 parts of wllitiiting are to be
finely powdered, atid heated to red
ness, to drive off all the wator.
When cold, it is to be mixed with 16
parts of black resin, and one part of
beeswax, the latter having been pre
viously rnelted together, aid the
whole stired till of an uniform consis
gg Always precede a lady in go
ing up strs. This rnaxim is a legacy
tronia a maiden aunt.
MA l11 lED.-On Tnesday t he 31st
tilt., by the Rev. C- M. CUmTNo,
MISS LENORAIT FUTLLWARD,
to Mr. WVARREN T. WVILDER, all
of this District.
Departed this lire on the 23rtl of April
last Miss SARA'II ANN GREN, in the
eighteenth year of her age. She mn.inifest.
ed patient resignation to the Divine WVill.
Time with its ruthless has taken from hier
relatives and friends of tender age and
pbromaising future use ful Iness and hairppiness
In tier nature wvere coaniai the quialities
of femtale excellence in all its purity.
A notheri Scientific Wonder I
I3r'OnITANT TO DYsIPErTJCs.
Dr. J. S. Hloughton's Pepuin, the true Di
gestive Fluid, or Gusinc Juice, pareppared from
Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Or, after
directions of Baron Liebig., the great Phyriolo
gical Chemist, by J. 8. Htoughaton, M1. D-., P'hila
delhia. This is truly a wonderful remnedy fur
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Comn
plaint, Constipation and Debility, curing after
Nature's Own Method, by Naturo's Own
Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain
ing Scientific evidence of its value, furnished
by agents, gratis. See notice among thme medica
H Jooflanud's Gernann Bitter-s.
Hundreds of our citizens complain of debili
ty and langour of the system, derangement of
the liver~ and stomach, want of appetite, &c.
they are frequently the result of too close ap-.
plication, and a thousand other causes we can
not lhere name ; but we wvouldi say to all afihie:;
ed, do as we have done-get a battle or two of
D)r. Hfoofland's German lhitters, prepared by IDr.
Jackson, and our word for it you will be cured.
We recommend this medicine, kniowing from
experience that it is much superior to the gene
rality of patent medicines. WVe would nay to
our readers, purchased none unless prepared by
Drs.C. M1. Jackson, Philadelphia. July
rhousatndl of parents. who use Vermifuge.
composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., are not
aware,that while they appear to benefit the pa
tient, they are actually laying the foundation for
a series of udisease5, such as salivation, loss of
sight, weaknmess of limbs, &c.
In another column will he found the adver
tisement of Hlohensack's Medicines, to wihi
we ask the attention of all directly interested
in their owin as well as their Ch~ildlren's hea~lth.
In Liver Complaints andI all disordlers arising
from those of a bilious type, sould make use
of the only genuine medicine, Hlohensack's
g'" Be noet deceived," but ask for Hloben.
sack's Worm Syrup Liver and P'ill, and the
sarve that each has the signature of the Proprie.
or,)J. N. HIosNSA QrC, as zino else are genuine
Agnnt. 10. m -i.
EIn' tterville yon Wed
NESDAY, THE 15th' INSTANT
AT TR 2il'0W I HA LL,'
Col. JAS. D. BLANDING,
.Col.' W. H..CANNON,
Maj, JOHN F. HAYNSWORTH,
J. R. LOGAN, Esq.
T..J. DIN4INS, Esq.
G. W. BRADFORD, Esq.
PERRY MOSES; Esq.
Maj. R. IL CANNON.
Dr. WaM. JAS. DARGAN,
HENRY L. BEN0OW,
W. W. WILDER,
Dr. I. M. MOORE.
Dr. C. H: RICHARDSON,
L. B. HANKS,
Dr. J. F. BUTLER.
R. 0. BLACK, JOHN'SPENCERs
: Price of Tickets, $3 00.
une 7th, 1853 32--tf
Butler & Newbery
Would Most respectfully inform their
friends that they have just received an ad.
ditional stock of
conpsing of Tissues, Berege DeLaines,
Xplored Silks, and Muslins, fourning
Ginghams, Berege Lawns and bluslins,
Embroidered Collars and Under Sleeves,
Blue Denims. Osnaburgs and Ilomespuns,
of every kind. The above named articles
we will sell on accommodating terms. Give
us a call.
June 7th, 1853 32-tf
Something Entirely New
In the way of Ladies' and Gentlenien's
Gaiters, 1.adies' Walking Shoes, (some
thing ene) Misses do. with a general as
sortmen, it' Gents. tile Boots and Shoes.
If the Laties wish to got the latest -style
of Gaiters and walking shoes out, just call
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
June 7th, 1853 32-tf
The Real "Simon Pure."
C. T. MASON
WOULD respectfully inform his pa.
trons and friends, and the public generally,
that lie has received en additional Stock of
1Watches aid Jewelry
fresh from Baltimore, of every descrit: itt,
of patterns as neat and durable as any
which have ever been brought to this mar.
.<et. His prices are low and his articles
All kinds of repairing (lone in the neat
est manner, and with promptness.
lie respectfully solicits the patronage of
the pub.ic, as lie is ready to suit them in
Lay 31, 1853 31-tf
Dry Goods at Cost.
The su scriber* having determined to
close this branch of his business, offers his
large and well selected stock of
Domestic and Fancy Dry
At coot, either at. Wholesale or Retail.
To one wishing to comtmence a business,
this offers a rare opportunity. To an ap.
redpurchaser, the termss will be very
B. W. CHAMBERS.
Camden, May 2I, 1853 31-4t
I will pay the above reward to any per.
son who wl1 apprehend and lodge in that
Stimterville, Chiarleston, Columbhia or
Camdeni Jail, so thant I can get him, mn3
matn Pl'fIP, a Tlailor lby trade, wh<
ranaway from Columbia about the lati
IMatrchlaat. Said Phillip is a mula*.t
about ive feet tine inches high, rathei
slight built and has a Larpe lack molIe or
his chini. lie may chang.e his znme ama
deny that he biehongs to me. lie is be
lieved to be in Charleston, as he has rela
tives~ there, anid lie may have a pass as lit
cani very easily procure one.
JOliN S. RICH ARDSON, Jr.
May 31, 1851 31--4t
2:# Camden J~ournal copy twice, Co.
lummbia IBannter one tie, ad send bills t<
6 RUNA WA Y, on last Tuesday the
S17th instant, my Boy RLICIIAItD.
white imulatto, abont five feet threr
or four inches high, tolerably stout built
about twen two years old with straigh
light colored hair, has a very sulky up
pearance, and answers quick and shior
when spokeni to ; said boy has a shorrt thiel
foot, his hands short and thick, chuhbb
fingers, ie had the scar of a blister oi
his forehead just above ithe eye.brows, hi
may try to hide it by wearing his cap o
hat down over his toreheadl. lie will hi
sure to pass hinmself' for a white man fo
lhe is very white and has been taking grea
care of his skin for sonme time. WVhen i
left lie had a clothI cap, black coat and
dark colored pair of paints. He will hi
Isure to change his cap aiid clothes as sool
as lie cian; he also wears his hair in fron
Istraight doiwn to hide the scar of the blib
ter. lie is a shioemiaker b'y tradi:, thougi
lie tmay not go at the buisiness, expectinj
that he will .,e so advertised.
Th'le above rewvard of Twenty Dollar:
will be paid for his dlehivery in any Jail ii
the State. lie will be suiro to give himscl
JA MJ ES I.OWVRY.
Bradle'yville, Sumnter Diutrict, S. C.
M ay '4hutn, 18~52 30-t f
C-(" iamden Journal and Cheraw G~a
zette publish five times.
A T THlE BANNWER OFliICE
WV. A. WEVLLMA N, would respectful
ly announce to the !,adies and Gentlemner
of Sumnterville arid vicinity that lie hiai
oponod Rooms at the :above p'ace, and hi
would lbe happy to wait on all who mas
feel disposed to impilrove this opportunitj
to obtain one of his unsurpassed rninia
tures, as it may be the last that many o
you may have to obtain one of those inval
uable memnentoes. Pictures taken in cleai
or cloudy weather at the low price of TIw<
A good assortment of fancy casos anc
locket. 'in hand.
One Doo, West of A.
Offers for sale on reas
and well selected sto
Chemicals, 'Evan's Lanci
Dye-Stuffs, 'Silver Lanc
Paints and Oils, Scarificat
Window Giass, Stoniac
Spirit Gas, - Breasi
Best Vin BruE
Varnis l . Pes
'havi" Creams, Pi
Best quality of Medeira and P
For Medical pur
. Genuine Co
Thomisonian and I
Trogether with*variety of othc
of Drugist o
R-71 All ordeW put iip with a
May 24th, 1853.
.2 FROM the subscriber two years
ago my negro woman.MIRANDA, con
siderable above the commuwn size, ef dark
complexion, somewhat of roman nose with
loss of one tlumb, mid quite in'elligent
when spoken to; and her son TOM has
also been ranaway for abat 18 months,
common size, very dark. about 16 years
old and with high and soice.rhat receding
forehead, a small scar over one of his eyes,
white teeth 611d IL small deformity of one
of his middle nails. These two are sup.
poied to be about.Chazkmton .Neck as the
husband lives there.
Hanaway six monthi since my negro
GRACE, about :30 years of age, yellow
complexion, above the .Qrdinary size, with
two f: her fingers stif fros 'being cut in
cotton gin, and a black fr.ie on her face'.
A lil-ral reward wilIabe given for their
apprehension and lodgeiient in any Jnil in
the State so that I can get them.
J. L MELL ETT.
May 10, 185:1 28-tf
IN CUARLESTON, S. C.,
Browning 4 Leman,
No. 209 amid 211 KAag Corner
OF MARKET STREET,
Wll uuier to FAMILIES and PLANT
ERS visiting. Charleston this spring the
CH11ICES1' STOCK of FANOY AND
STAPLE DLY GO0S that has ever
be.en offiePed for inspectibn in this city.
Thev 'ravite an exm tion and assure
their friends and pit rh' at; , enernlly that
their prices will co irte ' y c dbl with any
Market in the Unilelt &44es.
Terms Cash or City acceptasi.e.
BROWNING & LEMAN,
C. & E. L.. KERRISON & Co.
May 10, 1853 28--tf
All persons are hereby cautioned not to
trade fcor, or receive inl payment of any
debt, either or both of two Notes given hy
the subscriber to Rt. J. Price, the one for
twi hundred and fifty do!iers, and theo nih
er for two hundred and 'ren do~lars, as enid
Notes given for two separnte tracts of land
wvere to be paid after goods and lawvful titles
w ~ere mnade to me hy Price, which condi
tions wecre put. in writing and are now~ in
my possess on, and wich cotains the
ftrther tunderstandinug that in the event of
his failing ns lie has done, to mnake such
titles he woul forfeit the aimount< &c.
C. A. LESE.~N E.
April 2, 1853 2y-tf
(Lr Wa~tchmzan copy.
All personis inidebtetd to me either by
Note or Account or otherwi~e are notified
that payment M UST b~e madle hv the 25th
May inst., as I am in want, of bunds and
must have it.
May 3, 1853 27--tf
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of
Rev. James Newvbery, deceased, either by
Note or Account will make immuediatie pay.
ment. And those having demaands ain'imst
the samte will render themn in properiy at
tcsted within legal timie to
A. McCAIN NEWBEny,
SAMUEL C. GRA..IIAM,
A pril 20i01 , 18532-t
kW Darlington Flag please co~pv
I DANCING SCHOOL.
Mr. R. 0. Black,
Be'gs leave to notify the citizens of Sum.
tervile that he has opened a D)ANCING;
SCIIlO at the " Town Ihall " fur teach.
in" the latest and most fashionable dan~ces.
hlis long e.merience, sttudy andl care war
rant hun mi saying, that all who give him a
trial will receive perfect satisfaction.
Tchns $[(0 per Quarter of 15 Lessons.
For f.irthier particulars apply to the niudter.
signedl at his ronnm in China's hlotel, or at
the Tlown IHall.
R. 0. BLACK.
May 17th. 1953 . 29--tf
,1UlST1 receivedl fromt Baltimore
1 5,000 Seuiars--chuoice lBrands.
B UlTL',R & NEWBER~Y.
May 10th, 1852 28--tf
JAMES MY. HURST,
Formerly of' the
Having purchased out Mr. STrn~, Mer.
I chants Ihotel, would be glad to see atny fo
his old friends. Board $1 530 per day. .
May 10, 1853 2M-1.n
J. Moses' New Store.
onable terms,a choice
t Cases, Flavoring Extracts,
ors, Gelatine, (variety)
h Pumps, Hair Oils,
t. Do. Fancy Soaps,
hos, (all kinds) Pens and Ink,
saries, Trusse, Toilet combs,
per, (variety) LUmon Syrup.
irt Wine and French Brandy,
i Liver Oil,
r articles, comprising the stock
eatness and despatch.
MR. EDITOR:-MANY FRIENDS
of W. J. N. IHAMMET are desirons of *put.
ting him in nomination for the Office of
Clerk of the Court of Sumter District, at
the ensuing election.
May 24, 1853. 30-tf
BROWN & DeUOSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
DEROSSE T & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Fictors and General Commis.
D. McLAURIN. Esq.. wil! give per
41 monal and .imoeiai attention o the in
lerentls and orders of his friends in ilhia
State and the adjoini:a Coutntiesof North
Carolina, who mayfavor these HouseS
with their. patronage. Consignments of
produce to the House in New York, either
hv way of Charlestun, Georgetown, or
Vilinington, will lie zove.-red by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly giv.
May 3, 185.3 2
Do not Defer, but Come if
YOU WANT TO UET THE
Mr. REIGII, Mercitant -Tailer. bega
leave tu inform the gentlemen of Sarl'r.
ille and District that lie has jAst- reTr#d
wi'aN a spenditt an'sortment of
Ctoth,, Cassnmerg, Draphi:etn
Vestings, &c.'&c., and in short eVer thing
that is required for a full suit. Ilaving
made the choice of, hms goods himself, lhe
doubte not but what he' can suit the most
fastidioud. There is ro use to have your
cloths made an Charleston or by Yankees,
whenm you can have dhetm made ias stylish
andl as well if :mot beuer thani anywhere
elsc right at. hiome. and this Mr REICH
promises to do, ony, he w~hl add thast, if hi.
work is not turned out at least equal to any
dlone in this conntry he will nut charge
anything. As for his p'ric.es they eba) he
tat New York rates. All he asks is, give
him a trial ! ! Comec soon and pic. out
some of those beautifnl Pants antd Vost
patterns. it will soon ibe warm atnd yuu w:ll
Mr. Rr.icun lives next door to Juhn F.
Ilaynaworth almiost opposfte Dr. WVither.
A pril 26th, 1853 26-tf
China, Glass And
H, E, NIGHOLS,
'COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. jutreceived direct from the m-m
tnfactu rers in Englanad and France,
and by recent vessels from the North, a
very comp1lete and varied assortment of the
tabove named GOODS, comprising all the
new patterns and shapes; among which
Will1TE GIIANITE or STONEWVARE,
Chitut finish a superior article ;.
Blue and other Co'lored WVare, of now
French and English China, newv shapes,
plain \Vmite Gold .and detcorated;
Richl China Dmnner and Tea-setts, and
beautiful Fancy Articles i'i the line ;
Cut, alouldered and Polished Olusswvare,
of every kind;
D~yott's Patetnt Caimphione, Store, Office,
anid s'artor Lattp, a superior article ;
Webb's Patent Oil aund Lard Lam'ps. it new
article giving great light antd brilliancy;
Tea Tfrays, best Tablo Cutlery tand Pal.
ted Casators, Spoons, Forks, &c.
Ilonisekeeping articles, in great variety;
Crates of assorted Wares, of desirable'atnd
ne w styles, by \Vnolesale ;
Packages ot Ta'.mblers, Flasks, &c., low
I y the package.
hhaving complete arrang.ements for obtain.
iog our Goods uirect Iromn the manufac
tur~ers we can and will ofi'er raro induce
nments, either by Wholesale or Retail -
Orders attended to prodiptly.
1I E. NICHIOLS.
Columbia, A pril 1'., 1853 2--tf
All porsions having demannds against the
Estate of the late Lol. John J. Moore of
Su:niter District, are requested to hand
them in properly attested to the subscri
bers, and all those indebted will make
paymient to the samne.
J. D. M~OORE,~Eeuos
J. S. MOORE, Exctoa
March 15th, 18.53 20--tf
Fine Cigars and Garden
D.V.SEE DRA O
Kept constantly on hand by
Dr. W.h 18A3.DA AN C.
A'!.yl amley Silorar
- Vs. . ttio Real
Wilhiam Adkermoti~. J Pst M~n
IT appearing to. tny satisfactol that
WVilliam.Adkersopi, Sarai 'Adkermm'on Mar.
rtaret Adkerson, 'i10mpton porjanes
.:';,cars, P..--.elope Qrihtreec d '-E
.rnatree, heer huLand, Amelia White nd
--- White her luitband. Almira Sites,
ind - itet her hiusband, JohnCol.
ins and Martha Butler and - Butler,
ter husband, parties Dbfend'ants in the said
:use, all rehide beyond tile limits of the
:tate. It is ordered that the said parties
to appear and plead, demur, or answer tq
he said Bill within three months fromi ho
irat publication of this order, and failling
o do so, the said bill will be taken pro
.o.ifesiso agaimet them.
W. F. BE JHAYNSWORTII,
(' .'Y.4'ionrr Eq. . D.
A pril 4tli 1853 23-3m
Who has made new impr .oveinents and
cmnsiderably enlarged his store, and is now
receiving fresh goodo by every-train oi
cars and ofl'ers to the public for the mum.
met miontlis the following articlev low fotr
Ice Cream and Lemonade, (daily) Ice,
Oranges, Lemm, Pine Apples aid all the
tropical. fruits; also a fino assortmnet of
Tobacco aid. Cigars, with a choice lot of
Fami.ly Groceries. neso a large stock of
DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled salmon and Preserves, Flonr of
the beat brands warranted, also a large lot
of Baconi of which he receives a newsup
ply weekly. All of which he guarantees
to sell at tIhe lowest rates for cash.
April 5th, 1853 23-tf
TIlE Subscriber lavi-ng -opened a gro.
cery underneath the Twi 1lI, delsgus
keeping constantly -on hand, a supply 4 f
heavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE, BUCKWHEAT, MOLASSES,
VINEGAR, BACON. LA RD, BUTTER,
CI1E018E. MACKEREL. SAIL', HOAP,
CANDLES, POTATOES, &c. &c.
In fact liet to al almost everything that is
good tqeat; all of which will be sold low
fur cash, or in exchange for country pro
duce. ie promises to attend to his own
biwitiess, and hopes by attending strictly
thereto, to receive a liberal share of pa.
trona me. J. M. CH,4NDLER.
Mlarch 15th, 1833 -20-tf
By the Governor.
SE ADQ UA R T ERS,
CI(A RLESTON Feb. 25, 1853..
The following gentlemnen hav ing 'been ap
pointed and conmmssitoned Aids-de Camp to his
Excellency the Governor' and Commander-in
Chief, with the rank ofi Lieutenant Colonel,
wtll be obeyedi and respected 'accordingly.
J. W. CANTIPY,
Adj't and lnsp'r General.
ALEXANDI.R C. RICE,
BENJAMIN T. BJROCKHAM
WM. RI. DOGAN,
Mlarch 8th, 1853 Ig-4f
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
JA MES II. DUE would respectfully
infoi in the citizous of Snoterville and the
suirrounding countrv. that the is nowv open.
ing a TIN MA.\UIN'ACTORtY in Sumter
v'ille', and is now prepared to ilti all orders
in the tin line. Merchuants wiltl ind it to
their interei't to purchase their ware from
me, as I intenad to sell low and warrant all
tthat I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTERING and JOB
WORK executed wvithi promptness and in
a workmanlike manner. ThIe cnsh wilt
be expected mi every instancte on tinishing
or dulivering of overy job. I intenid to sell
cheasp and ror the cash onsly,
Suuanstrville, S. C.
Respeotfuslly informs the people or Sum.
ter District thunt he hus just receive.] and f
now otfers for Fate the besi- selgoted and__
niost choico stock of
Spriang asiid Stauuuuer Goods
That cannot be suirpassed by anything In this
maerket. ile has roeived niany new style.
which purothauers would dto welt to examine be
fore buying elsewhere.
BIROADJCLOTiIS, CASSMEREJS AND
A fill atid large supply of iHosiery, ShIrts,
Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cramvata, Hand.
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assartment of READY MADE CLO.
THING, whioth will be sold tow.
Eii Garments inannfactured by the stibscri
her, and warranted to give satisfaction, Or
dera from .a distance promptly attended to..
April 12th, 1853 24-tf
Clarke -& Brother.
Who have just received per Rail Road a
fine assortment of
Comprising Pickles, Preserved Fruit, Cigars,
Candies and a cthoice lot of Chewing tobacco,
to which they~ invite the attention of- the oiti.
zone of this District.
February 22, 1853 17-.tf
All persons having demand.. against the
Estate of the late Rev. Charles PE EIloti,
will present attested statements thereof-and
those indebted, to the samne, will make pay.
meat to the Subscriber.
.TIOMAS 0. $LTOI'0 '
April, k o 1853.
oe e m s e -
E, rh a t
. b. r
By becig i timpee
thansands. -. --
rosuslif the net
And toleir, to haeorec
uecssril d e vnan if 11s
withaou de n e ron e a
ditent -ltihy es os se le s y_
o dbecitoing in time o o re
lant of which lus canoed te ic esae
in view. or such conshencieb'n k Ia;ns~
ritaniabie if sit* atect to Awalf 10'~~o-i
led fin respec~t to henelr. w lhwaeldjl0
.and boermaso al~l
know dge is contsl041 n'&u Iitoi work 4
- -?TGIE MAiBI(EI
BY, DR. A. 24. ,MA R
otes.ntundreth Ediation. Ss.11.
*U [o 113 PAr P raetois~a EXTRA 1111L"
First published it, 1s5, ad it ise -it'Z
AURPRIZ.NG OR wO Nt F
nideirn tht P.VElT Pr I
V1E - MA1ItIED) 031 34etilt
here acqaire a eal knge. * -
"auttres caracter e nen
pisint, with, the vaurtens a
that nearly .
VIALP A MILLION COPIE
shoulu have been sold. -
It is imercticable tn ennvey (isr the variouis Saxsett
treated oras the -r of a nature strictly intiredi 1194
the married. or thse templating m1I. bn .e
feite desIrous Of e C. hehlh. en thet ee y
euent npon heith. which Is so conducire t r
hippiess, and that of her hta'lxe'd. but bhsK OA
obtain It. as hes r w i eover) hvsbasd wo thelsive
end.aiTefelon of his wife at hears.or that of hitsae
UPWARDS OP ONE HIUNDREUDTA'E s
Iilae been SENT BY MAL6 wiLsin thini ,
CATITION- TO THE PUBLI
BE NOT DEPRAUDDI
Buy no book unless "Dr. A.: M. MautoeaztI
Liburty etreto N. Y." is on the itlepage. dad thue
eutry In lte Clerk's Office on the.beehof thritle
page; ard buy ntly of repectabe and A
dealers, or send by mnal, and addres' to Dr. A;
Ma rleese, as ero ae spuuiotas 4ad
Iuftlngementa of oopy.rVght.
LET EVERY NIPE AND USBANR
m ee.ase for iNranee, whae IgetesstI -
dear, asd when to dgmew asaw
to withan our reach.
To enable every one to dedde upon ,hstdas.
patn.able ,pemsy of pnuaeny a siad am Ao
wife, or mother need remain uulnfometa
many causes, which, sooner or latir,.ae-im
make fearfail a. upon her he ulesa -
against, and that no coslerat and
husband have cause to !upla htself-wteeIh 4
of the welfAro of his panphlet at
sent se of Marge to any of the U
by a ddesing po_'rdgs
Whenas Kna;ier e tuiRa*hIaeew 'tiq le.
Etol be' Ugeern
lw" On reelpt of Ongo il hl
n.extra InA4 tT" W
MARIICK 1 4, Ne Yr
aOfMloo, No. 290 LibeTyseeN
RODINSON & CARiLISILE,
Hatnburg, 8. C~
In New York City, by
Stringer & Towvnsend, Adriance, 8beh
man& Co., Dewitt & .Davenaport, Barnw
Co. Office, 1W9 Liberty Street,i Den
Tasteless-Saltat or Lemonade Purgative
ant excellenit substitutie for Epsomitalts5
P'repasred a nd stold by
Dr. WV. JAS. DARGAN &CO
May 24th, 1853 8 :
Prepared arter the valuable rccipe f:~
Dr. K. S. Dargan, Denttist,. and f r sale,
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN& O.'
May 25th, 1853
FORi TAX COILLA(!TOR.
M N. Enrroa :--.Please announce
ROBIERT WV. DURANT, a cindidate
for Tax-Collector or Salem County, at .
ntext election, anid oblhgo
January 141, 1852 . 1
P. M GIBONSannoncehim a i
date for the odice of Tax-Collector p
Salemi County, at the enauing electiont and w
obligo MANY Vo-rsius
October i'1 ul.
FOR TAX COLLECTQR.
0:'r The Fr'iends of y
IEL AMA'J'HIS~, Esq., announoo blN
caudadate for Tax C~ollector for Claretal~
Coiuty, at the ensuing election.
Feb. 8th, 1853 1'w 5-48
F OR O R.D IN AR.
(t Mr, Editor:-Yoi il
please announce WILLIAM H. BRtNU.
SON as a candidate for the Oftice of OrdK
nary of Sunator D)itrict, at the euxuing
A pril 27th, 1852
F OR C LE RK.
(LTy We are authorized to
annsounce Tr. J.DJINK(INS, Eatq., a. Candia*
for Clerk of the Court, at the eanaul Ii
April lath J851 2.'
0:'rIYMr. Editor: Plese
nlounce Mr. J. J. AlcKELLAR, .s d.
date for Clerk of the Courtor w)e
-Istrict, antd oblige MAr~*
April 1?J, 1852i.
. 0OR 1 4$$
MilThe Frien~da s
JOH N F. .JUNE., ahtnbuncoidt awetll
dlate for Shieriflf of Suinte lRiutict t