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y'the P-. Jons
A NEY 1I NSO '
A. 1 60:.all of
-.On the 9th inst., at
Prg int is ist110
KIER MOORE, to
iAR S111 all or Sumter
A fTTAlR Y
Afresday, 8th inmtatit, at hi'
a tJoln's, Barkley, WILLIAM
ati a 65 years. It is by a
%I cli d to tho wrrath un fervor of
Wt this taournful recorJ is made;
V ii tarL4hieh has been Fensibly af.
o raieter, full of excelleaac, end
RuefoitAanow carries this feeble ex
11. A~W! With the rtarilmtes of
%j Ith a fisi interrity; with an
a rdvu th with *an instinct of what
S l add Ithin impulse to prsue it,
the1conflonce of other men
? - a 9css ; and. involuntar offeri n
the odial relations of a wel -s nt 7i
t e:. sak .Whd' to the departed ~ijirit,
3 ~ 'h *asne i ai; kindred, as family av
4'l .-I to. 41s, and in a illowed place,
III ieil and gentient. of his man
rl I otfis motive, the tenderness of'
i ru . rowritten down on hettrts,
d astof sorrow, but cherish the
whiclhaffections will register!
j.'',Who'itbat kne w hirn will not j>in in this
'Wy itol i 4lid. that has witnessed his reverence
4heiider fet .his -protective findness for
him, as cutemportiry or as
sa~~i W11 'eliher 'hesItate or falierl Who
p Ih delinacy and retine:!teat of
lintemen; orAvailes the constancy And fideli.
;. ky f i-;-who that has seen his nildi and
e X rouet Ai @ ptality, or been the ubject of Its
td JA-66 t ods dtprhia'tiia-, can re %ember
ouLethtini . And who tha; content
14 oand weettness of demeanor,
C.-i '~~ I'dru t sternness of rectihud- and
?i ie, th6!more Impressive atJ the more
....... ..... ..g ydi- marvel tlat th60ye who..
. t loved hil) giost? in life, with
Sd hittif repiroach, in death with
1 is r~ or a tremor, has a good tani.
to " presede of his God!
: f~ v iryId~duy I'd- Chcraw, S. C., on
th8 itnst,:at the residence of his mother.
lr i ICKA. BRIGIL'', a ad bo t 28
dis ., J8:IIT was one of t 3 aurvi'ving
om bf Pdiet o Reiment.
2 tho~er -Sve estifIc WVomIdes !
.N-ue o MRse'-g e
toujidn'i 'Pepsin, 'ts true Ii
_:b full' or'Gaetic Juice, proppared from
a ieW Fourthi -Stomadh cf the Ox, after
',A o' 6iibaryn Liebig, the great Physiulo'
tanst. by .J . Iloughton, .11. P., l'hila..
p ikili itily a: ivonderful remedy for
I~ligele, Dyspepsla. Jiaun-ice, Liver Corn
list, Consipation and Debility, curing after
- tu:re's Orwi Method, by Naturo's Own
f ign i m GecI'itce. Pamnpidets, contain
ng pietifi- ovlulbnce of its valre, (ftrr.inhed
y rdti See'notice among the medica
* hvuelibnts,- - 8-ly~
iieteltt complain of debiL.
O- fesysieeraugeunent of
itirnitemai want-.of-appetie, &.
0:qently ther result of 4d close apb
9- cAit oq eat theiisand-.ojher causes we can
tot here naner itt we would say to all ailiet;
edl, doan we have~ done-get a bottle er two of
DI; Hoot1&d'ir(heiiian hitters, pre'pred by llai~
Jn~4li, afitl d'ur *ol'd ihr it yon - wili be cured.
We tieomnteitd this medicine, knowintg ftvom
ckperlien .e tlftttlt-is uitich supnrior to the geania
fliy 4f~patorit medicInes. We wotald say to
* ur readers purchased nnne uinless prepared by
krCl. Gteksori,-Philadlphia. -.raiy 1
-rhtueazi f'p'aijseniis who 'use Vercnithge.
* oailoido Cositor dJiI, Caloinel, &c., are net
hwate, that.wile they appear to benefit the pa
* titenitheytre Weuially layliig the fotadatl'on for
seM. of diseases; such' at. salivation, loss of
eight, weakness of imbs, &c. . -
In apother elhtnn will be found thte adlver
.......tso~pd~ o Jhenuack's . Mledicines, to which
-~.~t~ atterition of all directly interested
* ~ tt he~r we, ts well as thelr.Ohaildren's health.
IIItrComplaints and -all disordets arisiing
toithoe of . bilious type, should makE use
srei oudlyheunulne--medicine, H~obensack's
B ~"e n'e eceitEd," bu't ask fur Hloben
acki Wo'nn lNyaei Ijvr 'and Pills, and thec
ervW, t iach haus the signature of the Itrnprie.
- r J N s IiDNAO,as ntoneelse are genuinb
Aguat, -0 42-ly.
~I.Editor i Please an
-noutce Cb1b R6 F. IIICKSON ast a cani.i
4s~gifresent'Claternont Coutazy inae
sf,4laature antd olige-.
~ ~. 7 ANsYVo-reasi.
~. ~ ii~nerville Male
FCIGS tae1 above It'si l ihou
~ aIJe reauw~ediou 0.1nnday, thae 27tha inat.
a .l0UiiI 'lV. E R.Vl;.
53 Pre tea.
y 0t roillcal,bvo m~etiofor
,Cstn~~f ehsAiaretuna .l uTop, whticha
a Stntrvlle on the aseconid
Cv~,ol. 5th.Reg't Cavalry.
* ; tu FP MYE~RS,
t. er'HAfNs BRADFORD,
~penai 10 o'cck A. M.,
,. ~ ea le~tti"at Kingstree, ont
~~41 the.-W hk intet,, of tall' the
* . ?~~ft~;,Ig.Ie Iinwof tha North- Etast.'rn
K 1111 ~R~~tI@tbratced 1101 woen Ki ngst re
rri~id~~j~i~; io. us~ gny bte seen
Ifch ~ Grlin .
R~ichinond County, :N C
It sv. J, .ONES SNIY TLI; A.iii.,'Prine'l.
.The( e saeondl sesion 6f this Insitu'!oni
will eiziame.se on Alonday the 11th Jttly,
-T.u High Shool has olrendy taken its
itioni atong the very first Classical rnd
I Mathematical Kchools In the country.
Without'any recourse having been: had to
p'ecial means to bring into .notoriety, And.
'Witlr a sinple. dependence upoet its own
intfinsic merits, it has now growti into t
rredt and ivei' grounided popularhy.
Few Tastitutions in the land aMn present
such sitroag claims for patronage from an
intelligent .community. The ability and
experience.of the Prncipal; the lalge, airy.
and handsoine building-tJieir peculiarly
healthy aid - pleasant location; the entire
e'cemption from every i:irontive to idleness,
or temptatitoi to v.ce, and the highly moral
,nj rihgious iniflumence of the surround ng
neeghborhoud. are io ordinary recommen.
d.coinsm to parents and guardinr's who de.
bire a saie and pleasant home for ticir
children or ininrds.
Tho Trustees assutr the public, that no
lai ror expense will be spared in procur
ing e'.eky thang requiite for Iie intellect.
aland physical weli-being of the studen.ts.
Mapl, Geographical and -Astronomical,
Iobes, Phl!osophit-al and other apparatusm,
!3ufficient tor every purpose of illustration,
are now .rdered ant mill be at the ih
School in a few week%.
In a ivorol die Tru. tees appeal to what
they hate already done as a proof and
guaruntee of their 'determmation to omit
no:hing in the orgauizaioni and w rk-ing of
the r hool which waI prevent it fron beg
wnat i! is culled, a High School in every
sense of the-term,
A mple actommodat.ans are furnishd by
the Prmntpni, as weli as ny the must re.
spect'atle fatniLe ini the viamnity.
Iuiooks, Statioinery, &.., are 'uraiirhed at
the -ayettevihie prices.
TEIMS A.9 COUltSE OF SrUI)Y:
The stndentm wid be div;ded into thre
gra :2s. The fir..t, or pirim.ry depaitmuni
in v'ehih wali be -.&ught the elesenary
br.nehk:s of jie(ing, Reddng, Wrtmg,
ami Joe eleaents oi Arithmetic.
Temins per -swina of five months. $8 09
Fnglibh Grannar. (M1tchell's.)
Arithmetic, (Grt ciscaf 's)
.lathematics, (Pearce or Dii
vice' conrsut.) Keht on ho 0
Glober, l1:.iL-ry, Composition
anu Itudiaeni., of Latin,
A cumple's English and CH-sacal
Educ..r.i, with Natural, Miental,
and bordl Sience, - - - - 20 00
.For French, German or Spaniah, I C 0(
Board, aslimg, &., (ex-!usive of
lights,) - 40 00
latri mid Tuition, paynble, one.half.
the Com11iiCmcemenit of ihl,% je52hiOn,. th
other at tihe cwoe.
rt iurth:r mfortnation a'ld'ress the
Principal tor either of the Trusees at
Lauritiburgh P. (., Ritiehmznd tCuunny,
DUNCAN McLAURIN. *
AitURDOC( AlcK!.N EON,
JOHN I,. FAlILL.
JMAINS C. McEAGH1N
Do- t. D. !Gl( t)N. I
D. C MCeNT1 R,
J.e 21, 153. :34-.3t
Sihc ieri's aales, t c
'~ Yi virte (it sunzdry EXecutionstom
dr:ted, wi.l &w ot0' at ,'iter C..r
I louse, on. the 1st Muianay and day follow,
ing in duly ie:. within legal hour~s
of sale, to the highest bidider, for cash, lhe
followmig properiy. Purchaast to ; :sy for
I horse, levied on as the p~ropeLrty of 0.
P. McUitey :-t the suit tf P. M. C..'en &
Coe, vs. M.:R.ev & Jone.
2 llorsees, anid I WVagon and Guers nnJd
snme 'T.bacece, I Qujilt, I ioleteIr, A Sheet,
and Ii Blaniket &.-., iev'-ed on as thei raip.
crly of R. J. Pr.-e at thie suit of the Stat,.
I hurse levred on as ilie pr-.'lorty of G
S. Limibecker at the suit of \V. Webb &
I Negro l-vic'I on as the ,iroperty 01
Tlio-nas Gairrt at the suit ofii'.. T. Coini.
lmings 2 cuess.
1INegro-lecvie-1 un as the propermy oft W.
F. Butler at tihe suits of J. S. & L kw ~e,
E. ID. Prngu'le & Co,., aind J. J. herrv.
-- A horse and wagon levied on the troper.
ty of WV. 0. 11. DougheLrty at the suit of A.
I:,terest ini Steam .M . 'evica on -tn th<~
prope.ry of Thmou-t J. Cidn at tosu
of Enochx Tryont.
June ii, 185323---3
. OWI1NG to the diltculty of enhie'ting
smiall accounts, the subscriber would in.
form the piubbe. that whue lhe is trunt
than~ki8. for their patronage he is comp:..li
ed to work bureaterfor cash only.
C. W. hA VII.
June' 1., 1853 313 --Lf
For Cash, And that only |
Thme ch.'apest G1t0CE1t1iE1 ever olt
in Suntervi Ie, can be had e'romi G"IltDON
&. C2., at Dr. Melh-tt's 01l j t~and.
Sogars of the fb iluality and most -ip.
proved Brands in the~ worh.!, togethmer with1
Preberved Fruit' of dslTrent kinds, Syrupis,
Njuts &c. A aare of time pubbec pa:troni.
age cs dc-sie., provided it is accoiipanief
by the CAdlL but tnt othi.rwise.
GURDON & Co.
*June 14th, 1853 3-t
A T Tj E NT ION:
- V NexrCitgutr commence, the Rat.,
of July, those who wibh to continue
,-please to givo ime notice .-and those wim:
wish-> Ener do the sams. For the liberal
patronagoe utendmed to nme, I am gratefuil aind
shall c'ontinue miyejfrtu to please--Nay to do
better.-As to ability to teach, I refer to any
of my schmolars.
0. I,. TilEODOR E,
ltinterville, ,Jupe, 14th 1852. 33 tf
Someothing Entirely. New
Ini the way of Loiliesm' nind Gentlemeni's
cOnite, Ladies' Walking Shoes, (somise.
thing Se) Misses do. with a general as.
snrtmiept of G5e~it. fine Boots and Shoes.
SIf ine Ladies wesh to get the latest style
of Gaitre and walking shdea out,.just 'call
B UTLEIR &t NSWBERY.
V.p 7t 4
A T TH- P. W ;.
Fe oit O Jfe Wee A ger;
W. A. WE LLMAN, would respectful
ly annoutce to the Ludies and Geintlemiren
of Sumiterville aid vicinity that he ias
opened Rooms at the ahove Jkace, wio're'
he will remain one week longer,- and he
would be happy. to wait; on all who may
feel disposed to improve this opportunity
to obtain on e of his unsurpassed miniu-.
tutep, as it'may be the ait that maiy l'of
you inay havd td obrabi one of those inval
uable memeltoes. - Picures taken in clear
or cloudy weather at the low price of Two
A good assottmeht of fancy cases Itnd
lockets on hand.
May 24th, 18363 30-tf
Butler & Newbery
Wou!d Most respocti'i!!y inform their
friends that they have just received an ad
ditiontal stock of
conisting of Tiosues, Berege DeLaines,
colored Silks, ahd Muslins, Mourning
Ginghams, Berege Lawns and Muslins,
Embroidered Collars and Under Sleeved,
Blue Denims, Osnaburgs and,Homespunt,
of bvery kind. The above na'med articles
we will sell on accommodating terms. ULve
us a call.
June 7th, 1853 32-tf
The Real "Simon Pure."
C. T. MASO'N
WOULD respectfully inform his
trons .ind friOnd-:, and the public generally,
that lie has received an additional Stock of
Watches and Jewelry
frqh fro.n Baltimore, of every description,
of patterns as neat and 'durable as any
which have ever heeh brought to this mar
ket. His prices are low and his articles
All kinds of repairing done in the ncat
est imanner, and with proraiptness.
lie respeclfully solicits hlie patronage of
the pubh.i., as he is ready tu suit theni in'
every I Papoet.
Ma' a31. 1853 31-tf
I will pay the aLove reward to any per.
,on who w.ll anirehen! and lodge in the
Siitervillo, Char'estni, Columbia or
Citaden Jail, s that I canl get him, my
man PHIl.LIP, a Tailor by trade. who
rtinaway :raa Colmimbha about the 1oth
March Ia4t. Said Pl'illp is a muatto
about. five feet nine incheb :ha, rather
slight hitilt and hais a Large h.. male on
his chin. - I fe uty change ht6-jme and
diely &.it he .longs t" me. fi is be
iey ;ito be i-a Charlesto, as he h ela.
tivots ;here, and he may have a pass lie
Ceti vury oasiiv proctur one%.
JOHN S. .1CH AfRDSON, Jr.
. Mlay 31, 16:.3 1-4t
C-t ' Ca'nden Journal copy twice, - Co
:luiii'b Danner oie time, aind send bills to
... IOM the 'auas.rir tiwo yars
ago imly iegrn Wohmian MIRANDA, COn.
siderable ;abr,- the comition size, ef dark
:onplexioi,- omewliat of roman nose with
loss ot one thumb. tand quite in-lligenat
when spakenm to; and her aon TOMi has
also baeen vaaway for about 18 months,
'commoin size, very dark, about 16 yecars
oald .and with high and somnewhat recedlina
forehadai a small scar over one of his~ eYe",
wintaes teeth smii a a.:uall defo3rimity of 'o~e
of his iddlb nil These two are sup.
posed- to be about Charleston Neckl as the
lihsband lives t heare.
Rin'away sixr mmr~hsSFince rily nrgra
GilAC!E, nhout :j0 years of age, yehoaw
coamplex.on, ahme a thme ordnatry size, with
twn 2d 1:er fingers si II f-omj beiang cut ini
cao:ma giin, anal a black mole ona her ince.
A Ilberail reward will be given for their
:apreheans.ion and !odgmeant in any Jail in,
the state so that I can getthm
Mlay 10, 1853 28--tf
6 IKUNA. WA Y, on sat Tue.nay thme
5A 17th ir tani, m;y Boy RtICIIA RD. a
wh~ mnuhtin, about five feet three
or four inches high, tolerably stout built,
aboutt twen two years old with, - sraight
hi'ht comed hair. has a very sulky ap~.
pearance, and an,awa.rs quick and shoirt
when sapokten to; said boy had a short thmick
foot, his h:ands short anmd thick, chubby
tinigers. lie hua the scar of a hilster on~
his !ferel'nad just above the eye-browa, he
may try .a ide it lay wearig has cap inr
haat down over hh~ tiareheadl. lie will be
aure to pass hinmseli bar a wh~ite mani for
le is very white and haa been taking great
care of his .soin fnr soime tiarie. Wheni he
lelt 1. h.ad a cloth c.:ip, biaclh cat and a
dlark colored pair of psats. lia will be
suire to chanifge his cap and clothes as sotm
as ha- can; he~ also weirt his hair in fro'it
s:rargmt doawn to hide the scar-o: the-ilis
ter. fle in. a ,ahoemiaker by trade, thuougha
lhe ramy aoi go at the busmuinse, expecting
thamt he will I.e so advertised.
Th~'e abovereward of Twenaty Doallars
the .State. Ile will be sure to give himself
JA Al S I.OWVRY.
lradilecyvlle, Sumtietr Dist r.ei, S. C.
Altay 2htn, la2 h'0--mf
Mr Camdnen .Journal .and Chierawy Ga
zette publidh lite times.
Dry Goods at Cost.
The su. scriber havamg determined to
close the~ br-anch of his bisminems, off'ers his
largeo and wvell selected stock of
Domniestic nmad Fanicy Dry
At coot, either at Wholesale or Retail.
To e-e wishing to commiece a businaess,
this0t11rt a rare oppiortunlity. TJo an ap.
pr..red purchiuer, the terms will be very
B. W. C HIAMBERS.
Camden, Mlay 31, 1853 31--4t
All persons indebted to me either by
Note or Accoint or otherwie a0 re notficd
that payment 51UST hela ina~de by the 25th
May mnst as 1 am in want or futi 'and
must- have it
One Djor Wodt of A
Offers for sale on reas
and well selected stc
Dye-Stuffs, Silver Lan<
Paints and Oilag Scarilica
Window Glass, Stomam
Spirit Gas, .Brea
Best Vinegar, Bru
Shaving Creams, P
Best quality of Medeira and P
For liedical pur
Together with a -variefy of thi
of Drugist <
(y7 All orders put up with I
May 24th, 1853.
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Browning &. Leman,
No. 209 and 211. Kiang Corner
. OF MARKET sTREET,
Wil offer to FAMILIES and 4'LANT
ERS vioitinw Charteston this spring the
CHOICEs'f STOCK of FANCY AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS -that has ever
been oft'ercd for inspection in this city.
They inito an oxamthlation and assure
thei': friends and purchaser generaily that
their prices will compele farably with any
Market in the United Sates. -
Terins Cash or City acceptance.
C. & E. L. K ,URISON & CO.
May 10, 1853 28-tf
All persona are hereby cautioned not to
trade for, nr receive in paynent of any
debt, either or both of two Note; given by
the subscriber to R. J..Price, the one for
two hundred and fifty dbllers, and the oth
er, for two hundred and ten dollar.', is said
Notes given'for two separale tracts of land
were to be paid after good and lawful titles
were mado to-me by Price, which, condi.
tions were put in writing and are now in
ny possess-on,. and which contaihs the
further understandimg tint in. the ev.iit bf
h;.s failing as he haAd6fi~oln aae such
titles he would forfeit themrnhiunts &c..
April 3, 1833. , . .....*
LI Watchman co y.
IN EQ UITY.
Alsey UI. Ramsey )Bill for Par.
vs. . titien oV Igeal
WVilliamn Adkerson, 4Estate Mason
et al. JSpears.
1T appearing to~ my satisfaction thai
Wdi am Adkerson, Sarah .\dkersn, Mar.
gareit Adkerson, Hamnptofn Spears, Jaime.
8. Spears, Penelope Crabtree and
Crabtreeo, her husband, Amelia WVhite and
-White her husband, Almira Sites,
and -Sites, her hu-shand, John Coli.
lins and M-irtha Butler and *Butler,
hier hustband, parties Defendants in the said
case, all reside beyond the limits of thd
State. ft is ordered that thme said parties
do appear and ple-id, demur, or answer to
the said 11ill within three moths from :he
first publication of this order, and falling
to do so, the said bill will be taken .r
confeseo aganrst them.
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTpII,.
Cona'r E q. .-. D.
April 4th 1853 23-3m
Who haar made new improvenmen.ts and
considerably enlarged his store, and 's now
receivmzg fresh goods by every train ol
*ars and off'ers to the public for time stun.
imer months the following artichios low fe:m
Ice Cream and Lemonade, (daily) Ice,
Oranges, Lemns, Pine Apples and all the
tropical fruits; also a fine asortmient 01
Tobacco and Cigar.', with a choicee lot mc1
IFamcily Groceries, also, a large stock of
.DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled Salmnon and P'reserves, Flour ci
thme best brands warranted, also a large hl
of Bacon of which he receivedc a new sup,
ply weekly.- All of which he guarantee.
to sell at the lowest rates for ccah.
A pril 5th, 1832
TilE Subscriber having opened ai gro.
cery underneath the Tow~in Haldl, deiiigc
keepimg consctantly on band, a Supply 0
heavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coff'ee, Tea, Flour
RICN,' BUCKWHIEAT, MOLASSEe'
VIN EG AR, BACON, LA RD, IBUT TER,
ClIME8E, M ACK ERNL. SA LT, 8OA P
CANDLES. P'OTATOES, &c. &c..
In fact little c,.'almost everythi:ng that is
goodl to eat; all of whlis. will be sol low
for cash, or in exchiange for cuntry pro.
duc. lie promises to attend to hits own
bnesiness, aund hopes by attending strictly
thereto, to rcvea iberal share of pa
tronage. J. M. CIIAND)LER.
March 15th, 183 . 50
Share"'"" Wilm"ing*"na Man
LUchester R-dl Road Company Stooki
ror sale, any person desirous of purchasing
said stock will please call on the subscrl.
bor at his office in gumterville
J. B. N. HAMMET,
- - Attorney.
arch 2 180
J. Moses,New Store.
onable termsa choice
et Cases, Flavoring Extracts,
Lors, Gelatine, (variety)
h Pumps Hair Oils,
t Do. . Fancy Soaps,
shes, (all kinds) Pens and Ink,
;saries, Trusses, Toilet combs,
aper, (variety) Lemon Syrup.
rt,Wino and French Brandy,
d Liver OiL
ir articles, comprising the stock
watness and despatch.
FO R C L E R K.
MR:. EDITOR--MANY FRIENDS
of V. J.N..JIAMMET aredesirous of put.
ing him in.nominiation for the 01ice of
Clerk of.theCur.t of Sumter District, at
th criensing elkction.
-14 21, 1853.30t
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT'STREET, NEW YORK.
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factor8 and General Cormmis
D B. McLAURIN. Esq.. will give per
I sonal and- apecial attention to the in.
terests and orders .of his friends in this
Hiate and the adjoining Counties of NorLh
Carulina, wrio way favor tleise flouses
mith their patronage. Consignnents of
produce to the ouse in New York, either,
by way of - Charleston, Geoigetown, or
Wilmington, will he covered by instirance,
ifnotidce of the shipment be promptly giv.
May 3, 18-3 . - 27-tf
Do not Defer, but Come if
YOU WANT TO GkT TllS
'LirH M rlmant
Mir. RE,' .er'hn "Tailor, bg
leave to iftforni thegentleihion of Sumter.
villQand'Distrit ihat he hatmeni r ed
.with it spendid aMortient if
Clo4s, CasszinergqS,.nIap'd etc,
Vesting, &c.&c., mn ih n0. ever th ng ?
tI is required for ti fil uit. Having
made the choike of Jis -'goods hiriself; he
doubt., not btlt. wlisit he c.on suit the most
fastidiouq. .There is no use to have your
cloths made mn Charleston or by.Yankee..,
when-you can have them made as stylish
and as wvell if rnot better than anywhere
.else right at home, .and this Mr REICH
promises to do, nay, he 'yill add that, if his
work .is not turned ont at least equal to any
done in this country he wvill not charge
anything.' As foir his prices'they shall he
a. New York rates. All hie asks is' give
him a trial 11. Comeo - son and pics out
some of thonse becautiful Pants and Vest
;rtterm, it will soon be warm and you will
want them.. -
Mr. RLEIcn lives ncxt door to John F.
Hlaynsworth almost opposite Dr. Wither
A pril 26th, 18.53 26-tf
China, Glass And
COLUMBIA, S. C,
IAX just regeivveil direct from the man;
iifacture~rs in England and France,
and by recent vez'seIA (rma the North, a
v ery comp llete and varied assortmnent of the
above1 nainnd GOODN, comnprismng'all the
new patterns and shapes; amnonig -which
WhITE GRtAN[TE or STONEWVARE,
Chiua tinwhl a se erior article;
Blue and other Colored Weare, of nei~
French and English China, new hp,
Iplain WVaste Goldl and decorated;
Rich China Daner and Ten.setts,- and
beautiful Fancy Articles' in the line;
;Cut, Mfouldered and Polished Glassware,
olf evry kind;
D 1ysit's Patent Camo-hene, Store, Office,
and Parlor Lamp, a superioer article ;
Weobb's Patent Oil andl La'rd Lanpa, a new
article giving great light and brilliney;
Tea Trayd, best TPable Cutlery and Pal
ted Cant:ors, Spoons, Forks, &c.
H~ousekeeping articles, in great variety ;
Crates of assorted Wares. of desir.able'and
new styles, by WVholesahe-;.
Parkages of Tuamlers, Flasks, &.., low
by the package. .
Hlaving complete arrangemnents for obtain
ing our Goods direct from. the manufac
turrlrs we can and will offbr rare induce.
meonts, oither by W.holesale or Retail -
Orders attended to promptly.
(1.- E,. NICHOLS.
Columbia, April 12, 1853 21-tf
All persons having domanmds against the
Estate of the late Col. Johni 3. Moore, of
Sumnter District, are requtosted to hand
therm in; prnparly attested to the snbjicri
bers, and all those indebted will make
payment to thme same.
J. B. 3100RE, euos.
J. 5. MOORE, Exeuos
March 15th, 185i3 .20-tf
Fine Cigars and Gardeua
to or AoUntwil mi y
njent.. And tioe h ,sad'~ T me
h16 rname will rer'tem ii .
oted within leijl - Gof
A. -M AIN'N EWBERY,
SAMUELi C. GRAHAM,
.April 26th,1853 1.-.
S Parlirgton F.a- pleae cppy
- A AIDRB g
tespectfully IWorms the people of Same'
Mr District that' he has just -rebeltie ad
ow offers for sale the besO selected ad
most choice stock of..
rlat cannot be surpassed-by- anything -in' this
market.: le..has-recelyed many now styles
vhich purchasers would do well to examine bd.
Dre buying elsewhere.
IROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND
V E S TI N G'S.
A full arnd large supply of Hosiery, Shirts,
)rawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Ilanid.
erchief., &a. &-o.,
L Uarga assortment of READY MADE CLO.
PING, which will be sold low. .
g, Garinents muannfactured by the subscrl.
or, and warranted -to givo satis ction. Or
fers from a dista'nce promptly attended to.
1 . A. ANDERSON.
April. 3Ith, 1853 2-tf
1New Tin and Sheet-Iron
JAMISS H. DUlt would resncetfully'
1 nfor the citizeus of SuInterville unnd the
4irrounding conniry. that: he is now open.
ng a TIN M ANUFACTORYin Staner
'ille, and is now prepared to fill aIl orders
n the tin line. Mlerchanta will find it to
heir interbst. to purchnse their ware from
ne, as I intend to sell low'and warrant all
ist I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTERING anhd JOB
VORK executed witi promptness and in
workmanlike', manner. The ensh - iill
le exp.ced m overy instance on finishing
r delivering of overy job. I intend to Sell
h1enp and fur the. cash only.
Feb., 8th, 18~ 15--tf
D f D r y Go ods.
Which for variety, quality, newness of styles
nd cheapnys,. merit the attention of every
>ody, soine of which de here efiumerate:
Plain colored Canton Crape Shawls, at 85,
superfine Cant Crapes Shawls with extra.heavy
ringes, Rich .mbroidered Cant Crap'Shawls,
iuperfine French and Berlin Wool, Reasedalo
riyne and Bay Stat.:Double, Four faced an4
ang Sliawj, of th iheaviest deFcriptlon. Hea
ry 10.4 square Woo letiShi*ls of the following
t yles: Santag; JennyLiid,-Florence and-D C
Water..-Frenchk Fbroider iThibeL, Bgree o
worked Jaiiquarid loom worked and iiin
bibet ShitwIlIn choice varier -Ernbroi rfed
anton Cra ,-I.roo -,wo red and -Paris
rinted 1,antes and S .
DR ESS GOOD$.
,Vali~nd ia red Btcre Gaozr RrEiiN
RIsKs, Plaios ro'd Nap and Marcel
!ilks ;,Si Pi aed W* h Silks Plain,
igured-. Sripd'ana .Plaid Moi. - D inx in
he litest style. and richerv dyes. Scotch and
English'printed d'lainds of theha'ndsomest pa.
rons. - Plaitm Paris. Mlous.'D'Laines ifll va.
lety of ,eolors. ..Faijscig GErNA,1ti' EiNa.
.It Mhl'lBosof themrostsuporiorqulities and
oelors. French.- and Englis. Chintz ptron
Lalcoes. Best quahies rand makes of ri
san Printa. .Col'd Orgapdles,- French'Cap
Liese, Batiges, Crape DJ'paris Illusions, Salk
I'issuos, &'e., for evening andBall wear. Alec
oust received. -132 of beautifully Emhrnidered
swiss Muslin Robe patron Prsses, each oae
svmng a FashionCaro attached.
*Extra su'por FaENctt NEmorLE Cugxusas-i
.f the riebeste descriptions and finei4 qgualty.-.
Prices from 37 l.-2 to 810 .a piee. .'.
Richest and latest styles Frech nello work
LAcE and MicsLIN ColIAas in a veiy blrg
Superb -NEEDLEs EiJaOID~taED, L INE N
DAMIuRI HA NnxxacuZEFs, also a superior ts.
morlment of plain ditto.
Cambric and Swu re MUsLIN:' EDGupNs,
ER1i1ii, 5An,.ItiSERTINGs, &c., of ;he, beat
iualiiies and newest styles of Imported *Needle
Work. -f.IRr*~. -
Superfin'e WhIte, Illark and Col'd, WORST.
Eli A ND LAnlBS WOOL. Stock ings, -of tlu
best Englis mnufacturers..
Extra Colored, White and Bak nls
BrukItSit~x Stocking,. Best qualites - ng
ish AMotAvZN S'iocxiNos, flack and Slate
Colored. Extra 4le and hetavy qualIties .am.
portd French'anid English S ILIx STOCKfNGaS
Black and -White.
Finest quaalities Fansout LrsLK TitaBAn'
Opn Cluked and plin Stockings. Iilack, Slate
IJueai.sed. Mfode Colors and Superior. qualj.
ties While English 6'tockingas of the celebrated
Froijs Franice and Rloyal Lirown, Brands.
Extra Fine and heavy qualities of Gentle.
men'. UNDERt Stiita and DitAWERaofIbamba
Woo, Saxony, Maerino und Stockinet. Ia.
potd ~a:sUNDER VEsTs of Elcfinlo and
G~auzu uLam Wool. LAD:IES AND-GNa
G;Lovzs, of Silk. 3Merino, - id, Lisle Thread1
K~id mako SIlk, Segovia, Cotwum and. othet do
'cripions. Large and full trasortmnt of GE~.
rLEAuENC, FAsuzo.'.sa,s . SusJarTS, CoLLARS,
CRAVA-rS; AND P'ocugT IlANDn~ciEFs.
BILANxaTs, Lonidon Bath-, Dutfield's and
Whitney Blankets, FLANNELS, Welch, SaIls,
bury, French hierino and English Flannels.
Superfine Emhossed Cloth and Victotta~ Da
masks, TaarLK AuN PIANO Covens,
Beat quatlities of IBrown and White Tanta
DaAASKIS, Doylles, NArKrNs, Towitr.s, ANt
lassri LiNaNs AND snIEETINas, oV OUR OWsA
COTTON Goonus, TickIngs, 3-4 4.4 ansI 32.4
llrownt Sheeting., B3est qtitaies of Long Cloths,
Sheetin s, Caminle, !inlins, -Cheeks, Ging,
ains, batinets, Cassiimeres, Veostings, Braw
Cloths, &n, so,,
It will bo worth your while to oall and ec.
sine before purchasing elsewhere.
W. J. JACOBI e. SON,
221 King.st., (Bend) opp. the Big Bnot
Chiarlesston, Jan. 24, 18.53 13-..tf
Clarke & Brother.
Who have .ust 'received per Rail Road a
line assortmnt~ of
Comipriing Pickles, Preserved . Frit , Cigars,
Candies anid a cholp lot of Chewing toimcco,
to whIch they invite the attention of ihb citi,
aons of this lUlstriel.
- ebruary 22, 1853 ..- ' 7-.4
PICRSON5 wisll: velick les ' -ans
kind, can buy them oft Dixon, at. Stfimter.
alile, as ohenp a4 hn be' bought ist Charletj
on or .l sewhereind Warpintd (6 stanrd.
.Ap 1 1 25efa0o
Bu .anon L.
.IU r ee ivedts f'roe
SUS! RFIELDCA ,
'WM. R. DOG*'~~~
Ji UST recei red rz ~a
14,000 Segars-chic r
BUTLER & NE IN
May 10th, 1852
J. B. N. H A Mvm
ATTORNEY AT -IAWS
Office next door to J. D. R.(
New York -Store. *
'March 22, 1853
Tastoloss-Salt or Lernnde!
an exellent substitute forEmsdag
Propnred and siold by
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN*
- ay 24th, 1853
Prepared after the valtable' t
Dr 14. B. Dargan, Dentist, and,
Dr. W. JAB. DARG AN
May 25th, 1853
Dry Goods for a
W. G. BANCROFT &T
253 KING STREET.
Charlesitona, 8 C. .
Ws ave in confornity wiit thi?!$t
of the times adopted in on-r bisi4A6A
system of low Tari and Co4 P
off'er to the city an'd country tagil
wholesle trade every variet 'or jd,
our line--PR.INTS, MUSL NS k
CIJOTHS, CASSIME R
GOODS--of all kinde
SIERY, &c. &c.! We shall b nt
receiving the'ldiest nnd.most 'fahi3,
styles or gooddal and it'is burdeeirinlti
that our stock in point of Syles and'Aas,'
neni shall be unsurpa1iWedsatAid
nes48()( pc-unequalled .by
of Charlestop. We ngmadi, A
turn of the N-MiL JXI
than hit of the slow hili
beliff tial the publicd canno:t aii.
ceive the advantage, it offers topiia t
Our businesu will be condue~ds at
cnsure their, entire conftdenene gp.
peal darectly-to their judgmerj
our connections in the various t 6
Euroipe and or this count yMe' eI
ability and the waill to o e
inducements td the Consumer, th iijk
and the Moehant.
YOR T AX COLLOTc
R.: FDJort :--Please .aino~~
ROBERT : W. DU~ffs
for Tax-Collector of SatleCr
next eledtion, and oblige
January 14, 1852 .'14a~
O~iThe fiends oC -
P. M. GIBBONS announce him
date for. the office of Tax-Ciollect'fu
Salet'rt Counrty,. at the ensuing elbetku f4
FORW T AX 0MLLECTO
Ozr- Thme F'rienads
candidato for' Tex .Colleator forC~
County, at the ensuing electio
please an~nounce WIL1.IAru,.13k1iJ
SON as a candidate for the Officsof~r,
nary of Sumter District, at the. enamn#
A pril 27th, 1852-t
F OR C L E RK..
GcT We are author1 a~
annmmuce T. . INKIN,-Eq, i
for Glerk of the Court, at teeahe
April 1oth 1851 )A~VI
nounce Mr. J. J. McKE!LL~taI
date for Clerk of the Conft,ffd I~I~
D~utrict, and obige 'bAyoIt~
April 13, 1852.
F O R 8 HB kJUI
O~liThe Friends i
JO HN. F..JU NE, anuounce yh~
date for Sheriff of Sunmtei- Iist4 j
Nov. 12th, 1852
,Gi We are autioi
to announce A.-F. POOLi~d4
for Sheriff of Sumter Disti-ict, ttg id
Dbecember 21, 1852
All Persons having demantj ~
Estate of the lat,, Jv. Chario
will Pesent..a~tested statemeists
those mndehsed, to th iga O ~ s
mett th suscie;