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W aell '1 the fiumanity
Vind' justige 1 h ' 006jile aldng 'the
ne. ol' ad, fitheir ild in deteeting.
d bri iinobpt dishment the author
,qfso mnipa t "us a eed.
OfI'Mlt,, Pregident.
Chai-lston ourier.
Wik. uin~vr 'of FIinm e
NTJ_ Paii'&ar'es'pondent'of the Co
n~if fDailf Banher thus shows 'up
'hi. Majesty NA01.EN the third:
is 6el known that his retninis
.4"esfit America must be-by no means
krabIo.:othe French Emperor, and
a'.rdijy.ifornie d that last year
h bile two Americans were walking on
h s Elysees, and Napoleon.
ro by,, one ortho lorner remarked
is dompanIon "There goes a man
ihuina few years ago I kicked out of
nitoodib in New. York." Verily
,ihe ur~e nany ujs and downs in this
o rld, pa'riularlv iii changeable
Franee1:riliose w-ho have no other
source of information than the French
.newspaperinust.baliove that the peo
le here look up to their present Ruler
\dth almost 6he'4md universal love
nd adhiflaiion'thant they had tor his
reatiele-bit this is very far from
beingj true. A.fev weeks ago I at
pfed.the Grand Opera in company
with two SuthCarolina ladies,. who
216f viry -desir'ous of seeing the Em
Ve tor and Empress, regretted much
-ijiat we had not happened to go the
O,,tight tieywent., I pointed out their
*Nox, in which we observed several per
aonsal of whon, however, were. not
istintly visible froni where we sat,
and after- looking cArefully several
- .-imes, as I could neither see nor hear
of their Majesties I coueluded
ywere only one of the ne
individuals attoched to the nai
iimpJeal What was my -aston
- amient.you may imagine, to see in
r4p hcipa -papers the next day, that
he eEnperor and Empress, had not
o.f. been pY. ent but, were received,
ind fmqontly interropted with the~
greiastenthuaismi-shouts of "Vive
I'Empeveur, .Vive - linpeatcke," etc.
And this is the way that die press al
ways reports their*. visits to Theatres,
-trblie Istitutions, appearance in the
treet, &c., &C., while in fact it is ex
tremely rare to hear one cry "Vive
l'Empereur," although there is always
a great crowd collected to see him pass
%en-4ie rides out, which.is.due snore
annal euriosity than to -ove or es
4 tee)
- The>Columbia Banner of the 31st
Ult. th is alIndes to its participation in
some of the first offerings of the season:
he x seidiest notice we had of
Green Peas was froin the Sumter
Banner, and the day we received it.
* we had a present of a mess, die first of
:.the season. YesterdAy we got the Black
i~eMve'r 'Watchman. with a 'rification
te4~Mttfn CQn.. We tad scaree
~tr eO came'fthe om
~ ~hI ~juld~ with -two ears of
'eiflrst corn that' -'have heard of
'hereabouts. .We 'shall hereafter
-watch -fur the Sumter jiapers with
some interestt, uind hope they may eon.
tunie to receive good things, as
our luck seenms connectedwith thaeirs.
SWe learn fromn the Barnwell S. C.,
;Pnlet Sentinel of the 20th ult.,tihat
'*than-eianled Richard Moody, 'liv
-lg near ibat place, attempted to 'take
the life-of hais wife, on the 19th ult.,
by cutting her throat. H~e made an
incision. with a knit'e just over and
di agonally across the jugular vein, a
bout tw-o inehes in length, but not of
sufficient depth 'to sever the artery, ow
*ing, it- is supposed, to the dullness of
..the'- Weapon; 'fortunately ~no serious
injuryevas the result. He was brought
- before W. J. Mixson; Magistrate, and
i'sumder bond awaiting his trial, for
assault and battery, at the October
- term Vf the Court.
*Tho teWYorkierald says:-"The
autddit .Episebpal Coraference held
to ..essioris yeste'rday, at their
~hurch' in AllIen.-street. At the
frrsty meetig two 'gentlemen, were
proposed foi: deacnn's orders, but re
Jected. .Mr. Robijison applied for el
der's ordei-s, and the committee be
0 orce w.horn he had passed his examni.
,aion reported favorabily; but the Con.
e j~nee rejected him, on the ground that
was an inimethodical individual and
would be practically useless to the
~ooiety. It appears fromn some discus.
sion that arose that Mr. R. figured as
oneaof the Celtic bards in the late un
-Abecessful insurrection in the Emeraldl
'E66 I-To has, however, now "hung his
-barp on the willow tree," and applied
,fr elder's .orders, but unfoi-tunately
without su&en"
Awriter in the Baltimore Sun, who
as beeialicted severecly in his luni
%y by that appalling disease, bronchiit
b, hAM found 'relief from the following
remedy: "Vake honey in the comb,
.squeezeit out, and dilute with a little
twvator,'.atid wvet the lips and mouth oe
saionally with it." It has never been
.knogn. to fail in cases even tyhere chiil.
~Aren'lied throats do swollen as to be
nrable to. swollow. .It is eeriainly a
' ihibieremedy, and may be a very
~effics'dous one.
s~t~hier Gordon at this port from
SA,'ahWab, o:i Sunday last, broughit as
pariki-lier eham'o 87 liales'Cotton. sent
-from Colurabuu. (CGa.) piee Railroad to
ahi~-nnah,'stid 'rom thence by steam.
40 ti s city, and consigned to Messrs
-Tahid J. D. -Kirkpatrick. 'This is the
A rt arrival of Cottoji at this port from
:Zeun~bmjs, it having al ways been sent
pryisly tn Apalachiicola, and it is
4'nu:of the effects of .ipening the line
.)t Railroadts tharouigh fromin Savannah
* .t lnmme..m . us-'0A,I ..o Uou..
b untMAN~.--Th las fratra
U DikentiP, .Iloisehold Words
says: In tie' 14et ven- '.' havo read
nine hitdred 1 , of whikh
6dven.weore available for this journal,
after being entirely re-written.-- In the
same1 per iod %., received and answered
two thousand letters, and made ap
pointments with an odd two or three
hundred n'oe of 'iir !fellow 'ordatures
than there were pounds to pay for the
celebrated nails - in - the horses shoes,
which will go'down to posterity rusty
)ith.the tearsof school-boys.
Lin -zN Nsw Yojax.-The New
York Tribune, in asketch of the pro
ceedinga before the.the .Board of Ex
Oise, in that eity on Friday, exhibits
city life in a new phrase. Thus,
aiong the applicants for license was:
"Eliza Lawler, 87 Forsyth street.
Keeps a -female . pnrtor-house. No
men are ever allowed there, according
to her statement. She wont on to
plead her case very earnestly; she nev
er allowed i man inside her doors to
drink; it was only - for tie accommo
dation of ladies, &e. Alderman-We
want to hear no more frotii you, and it
we used you as you deserve, we should
have you arrested at once. Be sure
you close your place immediately."
FREE CIURCIH or SCoTLAND.-Ttie
anual meeting ol the Associates Syn.
od of Ndth Amerrica (a branch of the
Free Church of Scotland) was com
menced in New York on 'Thursday.
RAILROAD ItESIDENCY.-Col. Wade
Hampton has been nominated in the
Charleston Courier for the Presidency
of the South Carrolina Rhailroad.
'IGHT SeREwINo.-"Do yon support
Gen. Taylor?" "No." "Do yon sup
port Gen. Cass?" " sir." . What?
dc you support, Van Buren?" "No sir.
ec-I support Betsy and ate children.
anl it's nig ly tight screwing to get
along at that, with corn only twenty
cents a bushel."
BIT& OF MAD Doos.-An English
Journal says that old Sexon has been
us'ng, for fifty years, and with perfect
success, a remedy for the bite of' mad
dogs,. by the agency of while 'he has
rescued mianv fellow-beings and cattle
fion the fearful death of hydrophobia.
The remedy is to wash the wond im
mediately with warn vinegar ur tcpied
water, <ry it, and then ap. ly a lew
drops of niuratie acid, which will de
stroy the poison of the saliva, or nen
tralize it, and the cure Is effecd.
To -r .xE TuiRNEs, CEMENT.-TIhe
following is a very excellent cement
for the use of turners and artisans in
general: 16 parts of wiliting are to le
finely powdered, and heated to red
ness, to drive off all the wat.
When cold, it is to be mixed with 16
parts o' black resin, and one part of
beeswax, the latter having beetn pre
viously inelted together, tuid the
whole stired till of an uniform cunsis
tance. ;
07 Always precede a lady in go
ing up ?sutirs. This maxim is a legacy
frian a maiden aunt.
HYMYENEAL'
nlt., by the Rev. (C. M. Cu-rriNo,
MISS LENORAHI FI:LLWARU,
to Mr. WA4RREN T. WILDER, all
of this District.
SOBITUARY, -
Departeid this life on the 23rd of A pril
lasit Mis SA RAII ANN GREElN, in the
eighteenth year of her age. She minifest.
ed patient resignation to the Divine WVill.
Time with it~e ruthldeas has taken from her
relatives andi frends of tenuder age anal
protnisintg future useflul ness and hapJpiness*
In her nature were cone.,i:,d the qualities
of fetatale ?xcellcee in all its purity.
SPECIAL INOT10ES.
A nothaer Scientlific Wonder
JMt'OIITANT To nvsPt~i'TICs.
Dr. J. S. Itoughiton's Pecpuin, the true Di.
gestive Fleiild, or G~atric Juice, preppared fromi
Rlennet, or the Fuurth Stomach of thme Or, afdter
directions of liaron Liebig, the great Phlym'iolo.
gical Chiemist, by J. S. iloughiton, 3M. DJ., Phila
deiphia. Th'lis i truly a wonderful remnedy' for
Indligestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Comi
plaint, Constipation and Debility, curing after
Nature's Own. Method, by Naturu's Owni
Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain.
ing Scientific evidence of its vatlue, furnished]
by agents, gratis. See notice among the medica
advertismentm- 8-Iy.
JHooflanmd's Geranna Eitters.
Hundreds of our citizens complain of debili.
ty aund langutr of the system, derangement of
the liver andi stomach, want of appetite, &e.
they are frequently the result of too close ap-.
plication, and a thoiusandl other causes we can.
not here name ; but we would say to all afllict;
ed, do as we lhave done-get a bttle or two of
Dr. Ituoland's G;erman liitter., prepared by Dr.
Jackson, and our word for it you will be cured.
We recomnmend this medicine, knowing from
experience that it he much sunperinr to the gene
rality of patent medicines. WVe would say to
our readers, purchased none tunless prepared by
Dr~. C. 31. Jac'kson, Phiiladelpshia- Jty I
Poisoninag.
.P'hnusandls of parents who use Vermsifuge.
composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., arc not,
aware, that whl they appear to benefit the pa
tient, they are nctually laying the foundation for
a -series of diseases, such as salivation, loss of
sight, weakness of limbs, &c.
In another column will be found the adver
tisement of hlobensack's Medicines, to which
wve ask thme attention of all directly interested
in their own as well as their Children's health,
In Liver Complaints and all disorders arising
from those of a hilious type, should make use
of the only genuine medicine, Hohensack's
Liver Pills;
'7 "1e aol deceitied,"' but ask for Iloben,
sack's Worrn Syrup Liver end ills, and the
serve that each has the signature of the Proprie,
or,). N. H~oasNSAcg , as none else are genuine
i "MIUliterville. e W ed
NESDAY, TIE 15th IN.VANT
- AtT TETX -OWN 'AN L
. SENIOR- MANA AS.
Col. JAB. D. BLANDING,
Col. W. H. CANNON,
Maj. JOHN F. HAYNSWORTH,
J. R. LOAN, Esq.
T. J.DIN41NS, Ksq.
G. W. BRADFORD, EAq.
PERRY MOSES; Esq.
- Maj. R. R. CANNON.
JUNIOR MANAGERS.
Dr.. WM. JAS; DARGAN,
HENRY L. BENBOW,
W. W. WILDER,
Dr. R. M. MOORE.
Dr. C. -H: RICHARDSON,
L. B. HANKS,
Dr. J. F. BUTLER.
PRECEPTORS.
R. 0. BLACK, JOHN SPENCER,
gW' Price of Tickets, $3 00.
June 7th, 1853 32-tf
Butler & Newbery
Would Most respectfully inform thei
friends that they have just received an ad,
ditional stock of
Spring Goods,
consising of Tissues, Berege DeLaines
eglored Silks, and Muslins, Mourning
GInghams, Berene Lawns and Muslins
Embroidered Collars and Under Sleeves
Blue Denims. Osnaburgs and 1lomespuns
of every kind. The above named articlet
we will sell on accommodating terns. Give
us a call.
June 7th, 1853 32-tf
Something Entirely New
In the way of Ladies' and Gentlenen't
Gaiters, La dies' Walking Shoes, (some
thing 'ine) Misses do. with a general as.
Nortmen 4f Gents. line Boots and Shoes
If the Lauies wish to got the latest styli
of Gaiters and wiulking shoes out, just cal
on
UUTLER & NEWBERY.
June 7th, 1853 32-tf
The Real "Simon Pure."
C. T. MASON
WOULD respectfully inform his pa
trons and friends, and the pnblic generally
that he has received an additional Stock o
Watches and Jewelry
fresh from Baltiniore, of every descrn):i-n
of patterns as neat and durable as an%
whic!h have ever beet brought to this mar
set. His prices are low and his articlei
good.
All kinds of repairing lone in the neat
est manner, and with promptness.
lie respectfully solicits the patronage o
the pub-ic, as lie is ready to suit them it
every respect.
May 31, 1853 31-tf
BARGAINS.
Dry Goods at Cost.
The au- scriber having determined t
close this branch of his business, offers hi
large and well selected stock of
Domestic and Fancy Dry
- Goods,
At cnt, either at Vholesale or Retail.
Tio onel wishting to commence a busine
this ofleirs a rare opportunity. To an a
prvdpurchatser, the terms wvill be ver
Camden, May 31, 1853 31--it
$20 REWARDR
I will pay thte above reward to any peC
son w ho w'll apprehetnd and lodge in lth
Sumitervillec, Chtarleston, Colutmbia o
Camdent Jail, so that I can get him, tm
man PIilLIP, a Tailor by trade, wh.
ranaway from Colutnbia aimt the lot
March last. Said Phillip is a mulatt
about tive feet nine inches hrgh, rathe
slight built anid has a Lar;ge blacck mole o
his chin, Hie may chantgte his namte ani
dleny that he beLlongs to mue. I Ie is be
lieved to be in Charleston, as he has reIt
tives thtere, and he may htave a pass as ht
can very easily procutre one.
JOIIN S. RICHARDSON, Jr.
May 31, 18-3 31--4t
WB Camaden Jou'rnal copy twice, Ct
luambia Bantner otn- dtie, and send billst
this otlice.
$20 Reward,
6 R UNA WA Y, on last Tuesday th
1 I7th instat, moy JBoy RtICHIA RD,
white mulatto, about five feet thire
or four inchtes high, tolerably stout buil
Iabout twent two years old with straigl
light colored hair, has a very sulky a
pearance, aind answers quick and haol
w ~hen spoken to ; said boy hans a shtort thic
foot, his hatnds short and thick, chubb:
lingere. le htad the scar of a blister a
his forehead just above the eye-brows, hi
may try to hide it by wearing his cap<
htat dowtn over his torehead. ie will I1
sure to pass himself for a wvhite man (<
he is very white and has been taking gree
care ot his skin for sonme thne. When h~
left he had a cloth cap, black coat and
dark colored pair of pants. He wvill b
sure to change his cap and clothes as aoo
as hte cin; he also wears his hair in frot
straight down to hide the scar of the bli:
ter. lie is a shioensaker by trade, thong
lie may not go at the business, expectinl
that lie will ..e so advetrtisedh.
Th'le above reward of Twenty Dollar
will he paid for his delivery in uny Jatl i
thte State. Ile will be sutre to give himse
another tnamne.
JAMlCS L.OWRY.
Bradl nyville, Sumter District, 8. C.
M ay th tn, 1852 30--tf
001 Camde~n Journal and Cheraw (h
zette publish live times.
Great Excitement
A T THlE BA NELR OFFICJ
WV. A. WEILILMAN, would respectfu
ly announce to the Ladies and Geotleme
of Sumiterville and vicinity that lhe ha
opened Rooms at the abovo p'ace, and hi
woubml he hiappy to wait on all who mas
feel disposed to improve this opportunit
to obtain one of his unsurpassed mitnii
lures, as it toay be the last that many<
you may have to obtain one of those inva
uable memnentoes. Pictures taken in clea
or cloudy weather at the low prico of Ta
Dollars.
A good assortment of fancy cases an
lockets on hand.
Maiy 2th. 1Ah 3ta
! - - %'V-,
DR U4
One Door.'West of A
Offei-s for s4ile on rea
and well seected st<
DRUM AIR
Chemicals, Evan's Lan(
Dye-Stuffs, Silver Lan
Paints and Oils, Scarificu
Window Glass,. Stoma
Spirit Gas, -- Brea
Best Vin 0i Bru
Varnish PC
Shavi' ngCreams, I
COL -DRA WI
Best quality ot-Medeira and I
Far Medical pui
Genuire CC
ThoA'sonian and
Together with variety of oth
of Drugist <
qjl All orded' put up .With
May 24th, 1853.
RAWA Y,
FROM the subscriber two years
ago my negro woman-MIRANDA, con.
siderable above the common size, ef dark.
complexion, somewhat Of romin 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 da;k. abont 16 years
old.and with high and bomevhat recedigt
forehead, a small scar over one of his eyes,
white teeth snd a small' deformity of *o'me
of his middle nails. These two are sup
posed to be about.Chachtstn Neck as the
husband lives there.
Ranaway six months since my negrm
GRACE, about W) yeamr of age, yellow
complexion, above the .9rdmnary size, with
two o her fingers stig'from' being cut ir
cotton nu, and a bla'ck linie on her face'.
A lihoral reward willbe given for their
apprehension and lodgi.ent in any Jail ir
the State so that I can get them.
J. L. M ELL ETT.
May 10, 1853 28-tf
DRY GOODS
IN C[TARLESTON, S. C.
Browning & Leman,
No. 209 auud 211 Kiag Cor'nCI
OF MARKET STREET,
Wll ou'er to FAMILAES and PLANT
ERId visiting Charleston this spring the
CIhOICEST STOCK of FANCY ANE
STAPLE DRY GOUDS that has eve
been ofle- ed for inspection in this city.
- They mrite.an exnmd tion and assurc
their friends and p hars jenerlly th
their prices will crunre ifrajdblywiti anl
Market in the Unaile .itess
Terms Casht or City accepta t,ce.
BROWNING & LE~MAN,
Successors to
C. & E. L. KERRISON & Co.
May 10, 1853 2g-t f
- ZIIpcrsnsNotice.
Alprosare hereby cautioned not t
trade for, or receive in~ payment of an,
.debt, either or both of two Notes given bh
e the subscriber to R. J. Price, then one to
r twi hutn.;red anad fifty dclUeru, anid the ochl
c r for two hundred and readollars, as saia
SNotes given (or two separate tracts of Iani
were to be paid after good and lawful title
were mtadl t~o me by P'rice, which condi
r tions wecre puzt in writing amnd are now i
my possess on, and which contains thi
d fturthmer tunderstandinig that in the event n
his failingt as lie has dlone, to make soci
titles lie would forfeit the amunta &c.
C. A. LESSEdsNE.
A pril 3, 1853 27..-ti
Lf Watchman copy.
- ;lrSpecial Notice,
Alpersons indebted to moe uite b
Note orA~on rothteriie are niotitie
htpayment MUTbe made by the 25i
Myinst., as I amt in want. of 'tunds an
must have it.
e TilOMAS O'CONNOR.
a May 3, 1853 27-tf
Executor's Notice,
-. ALL1 persons indebted to the Estatec
rt Rev. Jamesc Newbiery, deceased, eaheiur bi
k Note or Account will mauke immnedliate pas
y nment. And those having demands ;again'm
n the snme will render thiem in properhy at
e tested wvithinu legal timeo to
iA. McCAIN NEWIJEIly
e SAMUEL C. GRLAIJIAM,'
Lr Executors.
it A pril 2Gtl 832it
e 3-2 Darlinigton Flamg please cop
a 3 months.
DANCING sCHOOL.
Mr1~1. RI. 0. Black,
BgJu's leave to notify the citizens, oh Sumi
tervule that lhe lhas opened a D)ANCINi
S8C110OOL at the " Tlown Ifau " thr teach
m.ig the latest and most fashiionable dar~cej
Ilis long e.wierience, study and L are war
rant hiunim saying, that all wvho give him
trial will receive perfect satisfaction.
Tlei nat $ t0 per Quarter of 15 Lessomu
For f'irther particulars ap;.iy to ihe under
siyned at his room in China's flotel, ora
the Town Ihall.
R. 0. BLACK.
May 17th. 1953 . 29-tf
Segars!! Segars!!!
l- . JUSTi received from Baltimor
n 1.3,000 Senars-chloice Blrands.
BUJT L '.1 & NEW BERY.
May 10th, 1852 ...t
JAMES M, HURST,
SFormerly of the
American HIotel,
Having purchased out Mr. STEIN, Mer
d chants intel, would be glad to see any
his old friends. Board $1 150 per day. .
May 10, 10153 29-1..
J. Moses' New Store.
onab1 eermsa choice
ock of
.ets, Perfumery,.
et Cases, Flavoring Extracts,
tors, Gelatine, (variety)
ch Pumps, Hair Oils, .
3t. Do. Fancy Soaps,
shes, (all kinds) Pons and Ink,
ssarios, Trusses, Toilet combs,
aper, (variety) Limon Syrup.
i CASTOR OIL.
ort Wine and French Brandy,
'poses Expressly.
id Liver Oil,
Patent Medicines.
er articles, comprising the stock
>r Physician.
neatness and despatch.
30-tf
FOR CLERK.
MR. EDITOR:-MANY FRIENDS
of W. J. N. HADIMET are desirous of *put.
ting him in nomination for the Office of
Clerk of Ihe Court of Snunter District, at
the ensuing election.
May 24, 1853. 30-tf
Business Card.
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Ictors and General Commis
sion Aerchants.
D. McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per
oe ional and iiocial attention Lo the in.
terests and orders of his friends in this
State and the adjoini:- Counties ul North
Carolina, who maylavor these Houses
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce Lo the House in New York, either
4 way of Charlestn, Georgeown, or
\ 'ihi n, will tie ,ov.red by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly giv
en.
May 3, 1854 27
Do, not Defer, but Come. if
YOU WANT TO GET THE
Choice.
;Mr. REICHI, Mereiant .Tailor, :biJgs
leaveto informn the gentlemen of .um gr.
ville and District that he has just. retd
'w!im a spendh assor'ment of .
-Io.hs,. Casslanarcu, Drapig '4
Vesting-, &c.-&c., and in short eVer thing
that is required for a full suit. Ilaving
made the choice of, hia goods himself, heo
dloubte not but'what ho'can suit the most
fastidiou1. There is no use to have your
cloths made in Charleston or hy Yankees,
when you can haive dhem made as stylish
anid as w~ell if :mot betner than anywhere
else right at. h',ne. and this Mr REICH
promises to do, nay, hm w~ll add that, if his
>work is not turned ont at leasL equal to any
done in this conntry he will nut charge
Sanything. As for his prices they ehall he
r t New York rates. All he as ki is, give
- himt a trial ! ! Come sooni amnd pics out
I somec of those heautiful Paints and Vest
patterns, it will soon be wiarmn and you w:l
'want them.
IMr. R.ciH lives next door to John F.
ha lanswiorth abntost opposite Dr. Wither.
spoon.
fA pril 26th, 1853 -26-tf
China, Glass And
EARTHENWARE,
Direct Importations.
H. E, NIGHOLS,
COLUMBIIA, S. C.
Ajutreceived direct from the man.
nfact urers in England and France,
and by recent vessels from the North, a
very complete and varied assortment of the
a mbove nmemd GOOD)S, comprising all the
new patterns and shapes; among which
are best
fWil'TE GlIANITIE or STONEWARE,
China finish a superior article;
Blue and other Colorod Ware, of new
styles ;
French and Enaglishm China, new shapes,
plain \Vnte. Gold .and decorated;
Rich Chaina D)oner anud Tea-setts, and
beautiful Fancy Articles i'm the line ;
Cut, Mouldered and Polished Glassware,
of every kind;
D 1yoit'st P'atent Camppione, Store, Office,
an~d A'ar'or Lamup, a superior article;
Webb's Patent Oil anid Lard Lami'ps. a new
art icl giving great light and brilliancy ;
Tea Trays, best Table Cutlery and Pal.
Ited Castors, Spoons, Forks,'&c.
IHousekeeping articles, in g reat variety;
Crates of assorted Wares, of desirable'and
Snew styl's, by \Vnolesamle;
-Packages ot TI'nbters, Flasks, &c., low
.'uy the package.
- Ilavinig complete arrangemuents for obtain.
a mag our Goouds cirect iroum the inanufac-.
turters we can anid w.ill off'er rare induce
i nerti, either by Wholesale or Retail -
-Orders attenided to prothptly.
t 1 E. NICIIOLS.
Columbia, A pril 1 2, 1853 '4--tf
Excutor's Notice,
All persons having dematnds against the
Estate of the late Col. John J. Moore om
a Sunter District, are req uesten to hand
them in properly attested to the subscri
hers, and all those Indebted will make
pauyment toI the sam..
J1. S. MOORE, Executora.
March 15th, 1853 20--tf
Fine Cigars and Garden
a Kept constantly on hand by
Dr. WV. JAS. DA RGAN & CO.
May 24th. 185. n_.If
A'y 1 neey J orP
v"-. tltawOf fleal
Willia Adkorso: ateM n
et al
IT appearing to hy sattifaaten t
Villiam .Adkerson, Sdrajh'Adktrsonb ar.
are Adkerson,lnHmpton 'p1ar4, jtige'
.*;,ars, P -.elope rtro .d -....
,raitree, her husband, Amelia Whit, nd
- White her htiaband. Almira Siteg,
nid -- Sites, her husband, JohnCol.
ins and Martha Butler and - - Ditler,
ier husband, parties Dbfendants in the said
ase, all aeiide beyond the limits of -the
Itate. It is ordered that the, said parties
lo appear and plead, demur, or answer tv
he said Bill within three rtmonths fromn'1h
irst publication of this order, and failling
c do so, the said bill will be taken pro
Ocafesso agtimit them.
W. F. BL3HAYNSWORTTII,
Cua.'r Eq i. D.
Coinmissioibrs Olise,
April 4th -1853 23--3m
Increased Stock
By
John O'Connor.
Who havs mada new imnprovemnents and
w)msiderably enlarged his store, andisanow
eceiving fresh goods by evory -trairi of
:ars and offers to the public for the sum
ner imotithe the folluing articles low fir
Ice Crenmn and Lemoitade, (daily) Ice,
3ranges, Lemnsmmi, Pi'ne Apples amid all the
ropical. fruits; alsio a lino assortment oa'
robacco and- Cigrare, with a clicsce lut of
Faily Groceries. also a large stock of
DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled salmon and I'reserves, Flour of
he best brands warranted, also a large lot
)f Bacon of which he receives a new sup.
uly weekly. All of which he guarantees
o seil a? the lowest rates for cali.
April 5th, 1853 23-tf
Cheap Grocery.
THE Subscriber haaving opened a gro.
:ery undeineath the 'J'wn Hall, desigis
teeping conistinitly -on hand, a supply t f
'eavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE, BUCKWHEAT, MOLASSES,
ViNEGAR, BACON. LA RD, BUTTER,
.101:8E. M ACKER EL. SA LT, 80AP,
'LANDLES, POTATOES, &c. &c.
In fact little at almost everything that is
7nod tweat; all of which will be sold hw
or cash, or in exchange for country pro
luce. ie promises to attend to his own
business, and hopes by attending strictly
liereto, to receive a lberal share of pa
ronage. J. M. CI4NDLER.
March 15th, 18:3 20-tf
By the Governor.
IIE APQUARTE RS,
CHIARLESTON, Feb 25, 1853..
The following gentlemean haian been ap
pointed and cormmssioned Aids-de Camp tu hii.
E xcellenc y the Governor and Commander-in
Chier, with the rank of LlieutenanitColonel,
wtill be obeyedi and' respected accordigly,
Ily order.
J1. W. CAN lW
Ady't and Jnsp'r General.
JOSEPH1 HAYNA RD,
ALEXANDER C. RICE,
BENJAMIN T. BROCKHIAM,
.OSEPH STONEY,
SUMMERFIELD CARY,
WM. R. DOGAN,
March 8th, 1853 1g-tf
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
Ware Manufactory.
JAMES II. DUE would respectfully
info, i the citizeus of Sumterville and the
surrounding country, that he is now open.
ing a TIN MA.\UFACTrORY inNttr
ville, and is now prepared to filli all orders
in the tin line. Merchants will find it to,
their interest to purchase their ware from
me, as 1 intenad to sell low and warrant all
that I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTERING and JOB
WVORK executed with promptness and in
a wvorkmanlike manner. 'The e.,sh will
be expected mn every instancew on finishing
or delivering of overy job. I intend to sell
che~ap and for the cash only.
Feb. 8th, 18511 . 15t
A. ANDERSON,
Suumtrvlle, S. C.
Respectfaully anfoirims the people of Sum
ter District that he hs just receive.1 and
n ow offers for sale ihej bes,- seleotedf andj
nl ost chmo stock of
Sprang; and Sutuualr Oodw
That cannot be surpasased by anythinig In this
market. Ile ha.s reelved nimany new style.
which purolhasers wvould ido wolf to e xamine be
fore buying else where.
JIROAI)CLOTIIS, CASSJMERES AND
V E ST IN G8,
----AS ------
A full amid large suptidy of Hloslery, Shirt,
Drawers, Gluves, Suspenders, Cravats, Hand.
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
- ALSO- --
A hirge assortment of READY MIADE CLO
T~IIIG, which will he sold low.
?j" Garmentts mannfactured by the subscri
her, aind wvarranted to give iatisfaction, -Or
dars from 4 distance promptly attended to..
-A. ANDERSON.
April 12th, 1853 24--tf
FAMILY STORES,
BY
Clar'ke .& Brother.
Who have jiut received per Rail Road a
fine assortment of
Fancy Groceries.
Comprising Pickles, Preserved Fruit, Cigars,
Candies andi a choice lot of Chewing tohnoco,
to which they invite the attention of-the oiti.
zens, of thise District.
February 22, 18.53 17...f
Notice,
All persons having demand. against the
Estate of the bite Rev. 'Charles P. Elliot
will present attested statements thereof--and
thtora indehbtd, to the same, will make pay
ment to the Subscriher.
April, Ao 1853, -N~~to .
Irv,
4. ...
. Men t .
c itebhewe
-ynlt t we "W
A re i A
k0sg .Me
was "r a
T n s Eia nT see 4
(ithin4 thet weft otto. giveM4
And toher h h'an the ostoil
nWecessilydevo9v11 upon Ig at Ir -
wit bhotgsig lbaicbs Ppttad eefkE -
potence %whici hi a eerteens ar en -
fs c which ould sec re 0h
7?k.d schldsen- a -a k4~
SECUREd TINE MEEANS 6
By becming in time' posed
want of whch has cas the -ska W t
thousands.
In view or sueh costseqeuehea- if
esensable ifrshe aeget o Dug&& eet
tedge in respect to nurselr. whc svedtr
sa ini be the maarts fP
stide-tehe~sl~s wty 1halt 51m.
knowledge is conbtaied sI a itl worke -
TME~G MAUBKIED WO AWE
Private Medical ConIpMAt
. DV DR. A. N. MA UROn
raorrsuba or ftssaauret -
one Hundrwth Editor . lme ,pp. t" so
(0al rster. W arn arrso Vurns p s
F irst published l's 164. ada iq g... 1
SURPRIZNNG ORWOdi
~ongiden-is titat EVEtW Y i
WeE~l MDARECIElI tilt Cth -.
laere acquitre a l11:1 kruaswI.~e~~
snttare, esaraeter salietC emue'or -qcs~
plastaI,'ew-th the various erstail e
that nearly
IHALP A DULLiON COP A
should hsave been sold. so,
ItIs impraectiable to convey fnIat the various
treated or. as the -re or a nare stricty, inte
the married. or Ihte contempling -
re alile desirous l Ang helth and that ty .
sequent npon Iealth. his so conduve .oer
-sppirness, and sat er hist d. b *it o
obtain it. as hu or Wil every hban he
and.atfrtlon of his wife at hear or h ia p.
suntary Improvemnent.
UPWARDS OP ON. HUNDRED TI
SAND COPIES
tave been SENT BY MAIL --thia the st Y
mouths. - -
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIO
3E NOT DEPRAUDED1
Bay no book unless "Dr. A.-M. Manrloean,ISO
.lberty treet. N. Y." is on the title page tad the
entry in [Ite Clerk's Office on thebak.of' the UUie
page; and buy only of reopectablo- and hosorabie'
dealers. or send by mail, and addreq'. to Dr.. L - ,
Maurloeau, as there are spurious and ausngpilti
Infringements of oopy.righ.- - t
LET EVERY WIPE AND KRUSDA*
PONDERN -
Ne exeuse for Iworaneoe, when Isvaumsbl
Is Misery to tome we lemta nea -asdt
dear. asnd *hren to diessl oer IgSerOamae
to wIhtan our reeh. -
To enable every one to dedde upon .heidl
pename cesy t preing a copy, and that
wife, or mother need remain uninfrmed 34Z.
many causes, whieb, sooner or later, see e
make fearful ravag upon her heallh,unlessI
against, and tha no cosiderale and o
husband have cause to upbai himAefwI
of the welfare of his WM-4 pampeot oaf
"apcontaining fadi 7WYje-paied lAdes Of
vgther with -extfiRacka the book MMB be
se mno ago t any rt of 'he UZA i
When Knowled.,t nagsifn'em ti
p0 b4 Agnai gat.
on, etra bidl!M THU M I.
PlIIVA AL %%
tees ust b 'p and d
MAURICEAU; .o 1994, Nw. York
tng Of~oo, No. 199 I~bertSsNY
f'or sale t -
ROBlNSON & CA RLJSE,
Hamnburg, 8. C -
In New York City, by
Stringer & Towvnsend, Adriance, She,..i
mnan& Co., Dewitt & .Davenpiort, Barns
Co. Offiee, 129 Liberty Streets deau'
Greenwich.
Something Ne.
Taateles.-Snlta or L~emionnde Purgative
an excellent subtitute for Epsoin Sialte
P'repared andi sold bty
Dr. W, JAS. DARGAN &CO
May 24th, 1853
Tooth Powders.
Prepared after the valuable receipt o
Dr. K. S. Dargan, Denltist, anid -o fara .
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN & CO
May 25th,, 1853 go-t
FOR TAX COLL.&'CTOR,
Mit. EmTonL :--Please announce. Mr..
ROBERT WV. DURANTs a canididate'
for Tax-Collector or Saleim County, atjlia-.
next election, and obligo *,
January 141, 1ii52 13-N oT~ .
WERThe friends of CptW'
P. . GIBBONS annioute him a caud~j
date for the office of Tasx-Collectoyro
Salem County, at the enamuing election ani d*
obligos MANY Vorzus.
October 1 'M.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
0:7 The Friends of On
IEL~ MA TIIs, Esq., a1nn~uneo biil a
cauadidua for Tax Collector for Clarernont
County, at the ensuing election.
Feb. 8th, 1853 .15..td
F OR O R.D IN A R
OcX Mr, Editor:-You wil
please announice WILLIAM. BRNUJ
SiON as a candidate fo'r the Office of-Ord. V
nary of Sumotor Districi, at the ensui
election. lg.
Maiiy Vo;.a
A pril 27th, 1852
F OR C L E RK.
Wc We are authoriss tp.
announce T1. J, DINKINS, Esq.- a Candidat
for Clerk of the Court, a: th e n eleetioa
April16thl 1851 S'. -:e. *f
0:'r-Mr. Editoer: Please am
nounce Mr. .3. J. McKELLAR, a CanI.
date for C'lark of the Court, for iultter
-Dstrict, and oblige MANY VT'rfti
April 18, 182 -&
FO0R S E R I.F
dtint for Shueritf of Sumter District at itIo
next election.
Nov. 12th, 185 -d ..p
is We: author.e
to ann~unce ALP'QL as a candidatr~
btr Sheriffof.Sumntet Dintrict, at the ensu.
Decetnnhr21, l819 - o

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