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S e a exhibition took
1 anffCity a few diYs
Koung ladies rqs.
JlaneQ One of "the
d it appears, fancied her
the albetions of a
f mn, wvhen the other
hoiither by force of. su
r s,rby the frailty of the
succoeded in bringing him
1 1~plicant at her feet. Miss
di it-it was too much
Sesh' ad blood to bear. Mon.
Al!rrivals met, and Miss A.
enced an ottuck upon Miss B.,
U.l.v.was.the bitterness existing
dhe o, that not one word
oken, atnd that's passing strange,
uring'they were women-but at
1 . Such was the bitterness
siang e isting, that the fight would
h hied; had not a relative of
rnbatants succeeded in
lifi, g pushing the heroines into
vliere they were at last pa.
tfi I'Zbi hey are both represented as
0hly respectable families,
V AlusO den ebullitioni of their
W ropensities has surprised
V ery te. The young man who
sedsuch a disgracef'ul exhibition
b osired lucky, inasmuch as
. ).6 fault, of his that both the
% ir lovd him; but we think that
the' ir s acted most foolishl' and
idiculsiily The only excuse that
n b .ofibred for such conduet, is
nI eful influence of lowe."
bied, on Sabbth ev-ning, 21st mit a
eldence -of his grandfathr's, (11. Fcarbor
wh, in Salem, Sumter District, So. Ca.,
awaY BATEMAN,oldest son of W. W. Date.
-~ man, of Louisiak..
aves have their time to fall,
tlowers to: vither at the north-wind's
- stars to set; but et!
Tho hai all seasons for thino own, oh
A' Iiuaer Sic ielatifit- 1WOVd14r I
-157oRTA-r TO nYSPF.UIeS.
jr . Houghton's Pepsin,: the true Di
e. Iuid, or. Gastric JUicreprpp;iredl front
'nntor the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
Airections of Baron Liebig, the great Physiolo.
- ill Chemist, by J. S. Iloughton, M. D., Phila.
i p rTis is truly a wonderful remedy for
gestion,Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
Ia'I' Consipation and, Debility, curing after
re's0wa Method, by Naturu's Own
nthe Gastric Juicc.' Panphlets, contain.
i: entifi evide'nce of its value, furnished
gents, gratis. Soo notice aniong the ~nedica
- o tisenedte8-1y.
e lr VijAlein of debill.
ft ystem dratigement of
, of appetit . &c.
Ant scm!t of too close ap
- t di*dther atis we can
- -e woul say trdall afflIct
,do e~y Jave done--get i. bojttle or ttao o
.........~)1t~~amla ernan Jitters, prced.b-y h)r.
and outr wtord for it you will he cured.
c Grlimiied this iadicine, kriowing froin
expcrl in. Iha t'in rnuch aujirior to the genii.
rltaof paitent modicines. We wvould say -to
out residers, purchasied none utnless pirepatred by
br.C .1 Jackkbon, PhIladelphia. Jily 1
- t usarids of parents iho use Vermnitige.
comnpojed "of Caster Oil, Caloniel, &c., are ziot
aar'that.Whlej they appear to benclit the pa
tient, thef ae dotoiilty ayinag the fouandaition for
aseries et dfse'shs, stibh as sflivatiuri, loss of
2' 7 ,sight, iveakness of hirribs,&.
In antotlig colurmn wvill be foturId thie adver.
~e~o of lobdnsaik's Medhicin,.~,to wvhich
ij~th~tle attention of all directly iutehested
* i fitrhi tis well as their Children's healtli.
. y:nLivei C<oilplaints niid alldisiordhers arising
~'t' r'om thiose of a matousi type, shoul make use
thg enuine niediibine, Hobensack's
a vor Pills, '
"1c ndt deceitterd," bait aslk for Hlolien
~-eek's orei Syrup Liver 1mda Pills, and the
* ysery thit each has the signature of the Proprie
,orh N..Hoitnms~tc, as none else tare genuine
* gust.10. 42-y.
tor: Please announce
D FRIIEPsoNa as a Cauihdatefo
~ ~herr of ttr District at he ensuitng
hhuntdersigned havinog enteredi into a
C (op t~~rhp ini the city of Charleston,
u. underIirtme an.lfirtm of CIIAMBHERS,
H CI t~M &. MOORE, ror thte purpose
t;~.~4 ransacting a general FACTORLAGE
-t h QM~NISSION BUSINESS, respect
uytender their services to their friends,
~ ..~~hj'rlages and the puiblic generally,
elngof Cotton, or the purchasing
b ~fany description..
~~ 4 ~ y'A~fgafl 'q-the produts or mtanufac.
-'~&~'tto~ tipe& of the coutry will lbe re.
upon .consignments, disposed of
and to the best ad~vantage. At
- athr may be only a limtited
~ Iprabonrticle- consignted to them., a
r ai1Wilbe founad whore it will cotm.
4 ,-snapd itsy ue.
S'Tfei r ingand forwarding of Gootds
A l iso have their prottpt attention.
Every exertion will lhe usetl to cotldtt
~~4~all uinesg enitrnoted to their cenre in such
g ~a maretp fitake it mutually protitabile
~~ ktborsi ltl'vnnas upon consigtnments
dmli teir loing experience in busintess
~a4~'r' tii~tenorailiacqoaintace with the wvants
r ~ ~ t~desreq of he people. with ai pledge to
aeoethotr untr tm nd skl othe
~ .'xJj~It~ liyflfitter thetmselves that they
4~.~~Ji tm nbled to give entire satisfaction.
~~ of patronage is resp~ectfutlly so
'ENRY L. CIIISOL3F,
9 ~ .C OORE,
__u ijiAg 3 43 tf.
5' ~i$~g'a dGarden
OR the permaet cureof Liver tomih
plIaint, Dispepsia, Jaundice, Indigfes
tion, Nervous Headache, Debility,,4id-all
diseases arising from disordered liver,
stomach or intestines, the- BAUME.DE
..VIE, manufactured by CHA1LES.. DS.
LORME, of Suinterville, S. C., has no su
perior. It is unrivallei In its excellence
aa' an external remedy for Burns, Scalda,
Bruises, Cuts, &c.
0' Full directions accompany each bot
BOATWRIGHT & BARKULOO,
Wholesale Agents, Columbia, S. C.
0-7 Those desirous to purchase can
als'o find'the Biaume de Vie at Mr. John
M. Chandler's Store, near the Town Hall;
Sumterville, S. C.
The subscriber deems it unnecessary to
recommend his nediciie any further thitan
this-that any one wIto has once thorough
ly triel it, will never be without it when it
can be had.
August 2.1, 1853, -43 tf
A superlativo Tonic. Diuretic, Anti-Dys.
peptic, Invigorating Cordial, &c.
Fur sate by DARGAN & CO.
A Superior Tooth Powder.
Made by the valuable receipt of Dr. K. S.
Prepared and -sold by
DARGAN & CO.
3rPrice 37 1-2 per box.
Citrate of Magnesia,
01? LEMONADE j PURG ATIVE.
A Preparation now extensively used as an
agreeable substitute for Epsom Salts.
Prepared and sold by
DARGAN & CO.
The Celebrated Lecoultre
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BLADES, and
other Shaving Ap:aratus.
For sa'a by
DARGAN & CO.
CHEAI'ERl TEAN EVER.
W IITI' CA.llitlJC 1USLIN, at 18 3-4
Supermr uility White Cambric and Jaco.
net C ambric, at 25, 31 1.4, 37 1-2 and
43 3-4 eis,
Superior Inidia Mull Muslins,
Swiss and Book Msliis at 12 1-2, 18, 25.
31 1.4, 37 1.2. and 50 ioents,
Best qualities of Bishop Lawns,
Cross bar'd White Cambrics, at 10, 12 1.2,
and IQ :1.4 ets,
Cross ir'd White Cambrics, extra fine, at
25, :1 1-4 and 37 1-2 ets,
Also open a choice assortment of MUSLIN
E1 1iOID1IR1Es, at
W. J. JACOnI . SON,
221 King-., (Hefid) opp. the Big Boot
French Muslin Embroideries
Handtome Embroild'd Muslin SLEEVES,
at :37an gt,
Rich Embhroidered,Lace Sleeves, at el
and $1 25,
Extra Fine Embhrnidered Muslin Sleeves
at $3 and $3 50,
A rich a-sortmnent of Wo~arked Muslin Frills
at $1.and S1 25,
W. J. JACOBI &. SON,
221 King st. (bendi) opp. the big Boot.
Cheap Goods Now Open,
200 DOENr Wnmen's Cotton 1108E,
Men's Brown hall llose. att (I 1-4 cents a
1410 dloz Men's mixed half h ose, at 0 1.2
cents a pair
A coinplete assertment of Gents. Shirts,
180 dloz.~ tine sprality Ladies maode colors
f lose, tat 12 1-2 cents
Ext ra gnality itiaaiask B.ordered French
TPowels, at $3 75 cents. a doz.ien
'hite linens for uniings, at 12 1.2 a
18 3.4 cenats
Brown 1Linens tat 1'2 1.2 cna.
WV. 3. JACOBI & SON,
2'-'l K ing 5t. (hend) "lpp thet BIg Boot.
P'ERSONS wihdin!! velairkles of any
kind aan Imthimi of 1. Dixon, at Sumter
vilas cheap as c'an be bonght in Charled.
ton or olsewhtere and warranted to stand.
aA pril 19t b, 1653 2.--t f
Mr. Editor :----You will
obalige a number of thle vo'ters of Smiinter
District, by annotnin, in vour columiis
the name of Maiaar Juns BAr.T.A no, as au
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing
A ug. 13, 1853. 42 if
Attention Claremont Troop,
In pursuance of orders from ''TnosAs MI.
BaKr!n, Commiananit of the 5th Regiment
Cavalry, S. C. M., you are hiereby notified
th-it an electioni will bae held in Snoitervillec,
on the last Saturday in A ugust, instaint, to
till thme ollice of First Liontenant of ihis
TIroop, made vtacant biy the promotions of'
its former occupant.
Managers of said Election will consist of
Lient. F. Myers, 0. J1. Chandler, and &ra.
I1. ID. Bradford. Polls to opaen at 11 o'clocI ,
A. M.. and closo at 4,1P. M.
IR. C. Wi~nn. Capt.
II. N. Bit ADaFonD, 0. 5.
Angust 12 42 td
The subihcribears havet nasociatedl withm theta
in them FACTPORAG;E AND) COMMISSJON
HUSINESs, LAWRtENCE IL. H ELtSElt, anad
illf condauct thae mamao unadar theL firm of CA It.
SON, IIELSERt, & CO., wvho respaecifully ao
licit thei pattrontnga of their friendsa.
ELISIIA CARt8ON & SON.
Aug. 2, 1853. 41 4t
Tr. C. WORTH,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
1, O Reine
od iad Sumteriour
!Jlei ~ J~'1t ~b iiday nfa follow.
ili hm legalhurs
t t igest'bidder, for. cash the
fdl ng property. grohasers topay for
O lot and buildings thereon i Sumter
villo,,adjoining lands of--, and where
defendart -lives, levied upon as the prop.
erty of Webb Clark, at the suits of .McRoy
& Jones, J. M. Neal, & Co.-'.Samuel E.
Wilson E. C. Tharin, Planters !and -,Me.
chanics Bank, and Haseltine & Walton.
One tract of 234 acres of land in Salem
adjoiing lands of F. . and T. B. De
schamps and Lynche's Creek, levied upon
as the propery of G. S. C. Deschamps, at
the suits of Wiley, Banks, & Co., W. J.
Gerald 2 cases..
Defendants. interest in one tract of land
in Salem, adjoining lands of Est. of Jared
Law, levied upon as the property of T. W.
English, at the suits of W. E. Vose, G.
C. Wheeler, and Brown, Lea & Co.
One tract' of 7 acres of Land in the
town of Sumterville adjoinitg lands of W.
W. Allston and C. DeLorme levied upon
as the property of Wmn. J. Francis at the
separate suits of Pierson & Jennings,
Lenneau & Rerckmyer and E. G. Brown,
One lot of land in Sumterville, adjoining
lands of the Academy and L. D. Jones,
levied Upon as the property of John D.
Jones, at the suit of John N. Frierson.
One tract of 200 acres of land in Salem
adjoining lands of - , and where defend
alit lives, levied upon as the property of
John Mathis at the suit of Wn. Farmer.
Defendant's interest in one tract of land
in Salem, adjoining lands of E. Durant
and Est. of J. McLendon, levied upon as
the property of Isaiah McCoy, at the suit
of 0. P. McRoy.
One lot of 2 acres of land, more or less.
in Stateburg, adjoining landb of B. Hood,
and W. ElIson, levied upon as the proper
ty of W. E. Richardson, at the suit of D.
1 Negro levied on as the property of
Joseph S. Bossard, at the suit of the State
I Negro, levied on na the property of
C. Brnuison, at. the suit of John P. Richard.
1 Neg'ro. levied on as the property of
Theo. R . Berry, at the suits of Joseph ''.
Cummings, A. J. & P. Moes and V.
1 Negro, levied on as the property of G.
W. Billups, at the suit of Wm. Webb.
1 Negro levici onas the property ot W.
R. 1lentily, at the suit of E. D. Pringlo &
1 horse levied on as the property of G.
F. Bradford, at the Knit of C. 'T'. Mason.
Mare and Colt, levied on as the property
of I.. D. Bryant, at the suit of 1. B. Hanks.
1 Negro and I IJorse. levied on as the
property of John W. l3allard, at the suits
of F. J. & AN. Moses, and A. C. Spain.
12 Negroes, levied on as the property of
W. F. Butler, at the Ptuts of v. H1. B.
Richardson, J. J. Berry and J. S. & L.
1 horse, levied on as the property of R.
L. Christmas, at the suits of WV. Webb
and 1. Vaulian.
2 Negroes, levied on as the property of
L. If. DInk ins, at the suit of V. G. Do
1 Negro, levied oh as the property of N.
I. Johnson, at the suit of the Satj for.
I horse levied on-as the .propqrtV of J.
N. Mc-Loduat the- suit of W. j.McKain;
I Negro, levied on as the property of
Elizabeth Mic~ood, at the suits of A. J. &
P. Mloses, antd Richard Cin.
H~ousehaold andl Kitchen Furniture, levied
on as the property of WXebb Clark, at the
suaits of AleRoy & Jones, J. al. Neal & Co.
Samuel E. Wilson, 1F. C. TIharini, Planiters
andI Mechmanics Batnk, antd linseltinie &
2 Printing presses and all the material
usedl in the estaiblishmraent of thle Shnter
l3;mnner lev'iedl tupon as the property of Win.
J. Francis at the suit of E. G. Brown,
One nogro, named D~ave ievied upon as
the property of Johnt WV. Ervini, at the
suits of D). S. Sargent antd 'Thos. Cobib.
Same Negro. levied on as thve property of
Johna W. Ervin under a Mortgage given by
a aid J. WV. Ervin to Joseph Montgomery,
and sold to sastisfy saiid mortgage.
We are authorized to an
notunce Mr. GhoRG E P. Cocat. ias a Candidate
for Ordiniary of Sumter Ujistict, at the next
SAM4UEL C, DUNN & C0,,
17 Dey Street, 20 Ilayne Street,
New York. Charleston, S. C.
SAMtUET- C. Duys, Grao. H1. DI ies.
July 12th, 1853 31--tf
New and Unrivalled
Railroad Route to
the North, Via the
WVilsinigton andi( 'Man--i
Throupk in the samne time w'ithi the
Great Nrthcern Mail,
AND A VOIDING .SE A SICKNESS.
Rj IAVEL.LERtS are respectfully iniformned
,that One lHundlred uandi Tlhirty miles of
the Witimngtott and Mlanchester ltilroat.l are
comapleted anid in successfult operiitio, and co~n
nections hiave beena formied bhy first achLus Fouir
hlorse Polt Coaches over th<un tiniised patrt of
the Rtoad. TIhie following is the schedudat:
Leave Aug usia at - - -- 6 a. m.
" Wi lmington at - - 8 a. mn.
Arrive at Webton ait - - - 3 p. in
" J" altmor at - - - 6 a. m.
""Philadelphia - - - I p. in.
""New York at. - - - .30) p. tm.
Time fronm Augusta to Wilnmington. 263 hiouirs.
"o r " Wihniington to New York, 31-30
i'sr At Wilmnington ithe connection is made
withi the 8 o'clock a. rn. Erpress Train.
$gj At Weldon, passengers can have choice
of 1Tlots, either by Seaboard and Roanokce
Rilroad atnd Bay Line of Steamears, or by Rtait
Ronad through Petersburg, Ittihondl, and
Waishmington city, to Baltimore. Through Tick.
ets by, either of these lines can he purchtased in
A iry hrough Tickets from Montgomery to
Chatrlesten willI be received on the South Carm.
linia Railroad, between Angelsta and thte Wit'
ming ton and Manchester Rairad.
3PPassengers desirous of going North by
thiatoute will have their baggage cheeked at
Aup'usta to the W~ilmington and Manchester
58;' Army other informiation can be obtained
off r.J, L~. Keen, -Agent at Ausmta.
t d anch road
M2LNaEUs GRooHs V6. &d'i9
It appearing id'y es at -
Brown and Jency his wife. Joh ymostnin
and Catiarine hisavire'anid L '0mtiel AOs
ma, defendants in the abo.ve.sated fese,
reside beyond this. Stite: It .iatherefore
ordered that they do ap6ipF and object to
the Division or SaId of th te 10alEahte of
William Grooms, dleceased, ?oior before
the first day of October next, or their con
sent to the same will be entered of recbrd.
W.- IE WS,3d! a.- b.
June 28th, 1853 ...5
THAT LARGE NEW , A,
COM 1ODIOUS PUBLIC
HOUSE situated oi Main Sttdt
in Sumnterville and adjoinihg Court'Housa
Square known as CHINA'S HOTEL.
The grounds connected n'ith 'these build
ings are furnished with comfortable st'ables;
wagon and horse lots for thd accorpmoda
tion of diovere. The present Proprietor
wishing to retire from business will give
easy terms to a good purchaser. To one
understanding the nanageme.t of a Hotel,
a better opportunity than this vill never
off'er for a profitable investment. -
Also for Sale,
A fartn consisting of about 150 acres, all
of which is in a high state of cultivation.
On the farm there is a neat couage and
out buildings, not more than ten minutes
walk from the Court House. Apply for
terms of both premises to
June 20th, 1853 35-tf
RUNAWAY, on last Tuesday the
17th instant, my Boy RICHARD. a
white imulatto, about five feet three
or four inches high, toler.ably stout built,
about twein two years old with Atr.aight
light colored hair, has a very sulky ap.
pearance, and answers, quick and short
when spoken to said boy has a short thick
foot, his hands short. and thick, chubby
finger. Ile had the scar o, a-blister o'n
his foreheald just above the eyc-brows, he
may try to hide it by wearing his cap or
hat down over his forehead. Ile will be
sure to pass himself for a white man for
he is very white and has been taking great
care of his skin for some time.' When he
left he had a cloth cap, black coat anid a
dark colored pair of paits. He will be
sure to change his cap and clothes as soon
as he can; he also wears his hair in front
straight down to hide the scar ' thq blib
ter. lie is a shoemaker by tradd,.,though
he niay not go at the business, expecting
that lie will be so advertised.
The above reward of One Hundred
Dollars will be paid for his dolivery in any
Jail in the State. 1- will be sureoto give
himself another minie.
Bradleyville, Stumter Distriet, S. C.
lay 2hrti, 1852 1, -. 30-:-if
E-" Caiden Jourhal and -Cheraw Ga
zette publish live timWres.
E unidersigned4 h p ned- a Co.
3USlNE~SS1: in threcity oftCha'rleston, on
d ?er the name of itOSSER & WARREN.
The usual advances will be made on all
Produce consgned to us, and strict per
sonAI attention given to all business en.
trusted to our care.
Our bilice mn CENTRAr. WH1ARF, will
he opened ont or -before 15th September
. THO. J. WVARREN.
July 12th, 1853 i7--4t
Thanikful for past favours thme subsacrrber wish
es to inifirm the public that heo still' rmanuifac
tures Cotton Gins at his esrablishmenit ini Stats
burg, on thet ist imnpnwved and approved plan
whlich Ire thinkifthat thet cotton ginned on one
of those gins of time latei improvement itn worth
att least a quiarter of a cent moure titan the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie also mian
utitres rthemn orn the mostsiimphs constriiciion,
ot the finest jinishi and of thme hest miaterials ;to
wit, Steel XSaws and Sreel Plated Rtibs Case
hardenedt which hie wilt sell for $2 per Saw.
lie alsot repaiirs out gitns andm puts thenm in corm
ilate (ordter at tine shortest notice. AtI ordhers for
Gsins wiltlibe pirommipty andt pnctmualty uitended
to. WILLJAMI iiLLSON.
Statehuiirg, Sumnter Disr, S. C. Feb 17, 2G
A I.*L persoints havinog demanids argt mnst
the Estate of Mr. I harvey Skimner, dlec'd,
ire reclutested to huand t-hemn in' properly at
tested to thle subhiscriber ; arid all thioson in
debted will make imuimediaute paymrent
11. M. SKINNER,
July 20th, 1853 38-3m
For Cash, And that only
TJhie chieapest GROCERIES ever sold
in Situmterville, can bie had from GORI)ON
& COi., at Dr. Melle'tt's Old staind.
Segarra of thed fintest quality and most ap..
proved llrandis in the wvoild, togot her withi
P'reserve~d Fruits of dif1'erenmt kinds, Syrups,
Nt t, &c. A share ol the puiih c pintron
iige is desiredl, provided it is atccompainiet'
by thme CASih, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
June 1-4th, 1851i--t
15 Shares "if "imumini " and! an.
chester Rail hitoad Coimpa ny Stock
ror sale, amny person desinirotus of putrchasi n
said stock w"ill pilease call on the subticri
ber at his volice in Stumiterville'.
J. B. N. IIA MMETP,
March ne, 1853 21--tf
Butter, Lard, Bacon & Corn
doc. mdo. Leaf Lard, do.
North Carolimna Btacotn,.
Ttheubcriber hasm made arrangemients for
the mnumfacture of from four to Five T1houisandt
pairs of the above article by thF A LL. For
referenrco as to quality, ho wouldl respectfully
refer persons whlo may be disposed to purchase
of hin1, to those w~muho ptronized him tast year
As to price, hie illm guarantee them as low a
can be ofierdedt
May 22 2 .J MORGAN.
DATL d X~TB 4T TIS 0E1IQ1
One oor West fdA
Ofrs for sale on. rieas
an d wel selected sto
Chemicals, Evan's Lanc
D ye'Stufs, Si'ver Lanc
aints and il1 Scarifical
Window Glass,. Stomac
Spirit Gas, Breas
Best Vinegar, Brus
Shaving Creams, P'
Best quality. of Mcdeira and P<
For Medical purl
Thomsonian and 1
Toget her with a variety of othe
of' Drugist o
(Jp All orders put up with n
May 24th, 1853.
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Browning & Leman,
No. 209 and 211 Kilug Corner
OF MARKET STREET,
Wit offer to FAMILIES and PLANT
ERS visiting Charleston this spring the
CHOICEST STOCK of FANCY AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS that has ever
been ofrered for inspection in this city. -
'Ihey invite an examination and assure
their friends and purchasers generally that
their prices will competefarorably with any
Market in the United States.
Terms Cash or City acceptance.
BROWNING & LEMAN,
C. & E. L. KERRISON & CO.
May 10, 1853 2--tf
All pers'ons are hereby cautioned not to
trade for, or receive in payment of any
debt, either or both of two Notes given by
the subscriber to R. J. Price, the one for
two hundred and fifty dollers, and the oth
er for two hundred and ten dollars, na said
Notes given for two separate tracts of land
were to.be paid after good and lawful titles
were made to me by Price, which condi.
tions were put in writing and are now in
my possession, and which contaiiss the
further understanding that in the event of
his failing as he uias dtnb, to m il.such
titids ho Ivould forf it theramonnts'&c .
WXho h-is made new improvements and
consaderably enlarged his store, and is nowt
receiving resh goods by every train of
cars and offers to the public for the sum
tmer mtonths the followying articles low for
Ice Cream arnd Lemonade, (daily) Ice,
Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apples and all thme
tropical fruits; also a line assortment of
Tobacco and Cigars, with a choice lot of
Family ,Groceries. also a large stock of
DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled Salnon anid Preserves, Flour of
the best brands warranted, also a large lot
of Blacon of which he receives a newv sup
ply weekly. All of which he gnarantees
to sell at the lowest rates for cash.
April 5th, 1853 23-tf
r 1~ rj' E N T I ON
S YNext Quarter commences the' 1st.,
- o Jlythsewho wish to continue
-please to give me notice -andl those who
wish to Enter do the sianie. For the liberal
patraage extended to me, I. am grateful and
shalt cotntme mny efTrta to please--Nay to do
beuer.--As to ability to teach, I refer to any
of my scholars.
0. L. TIIEODORE.
Sumiterville, June, l14th 1853. 33 tf
Clarke & Brother.
Whlo have just received per Rail Road a
fine assuoriment of
Comnprising Pickles, Preserved Fruit, Cigars,
Candies and aL choice lot of Chewing tobacco,
to which they invite the attention of the citi
zens of this District.
February 212, 1853 17-it
Something Entirely New
In the way of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
G.titers, Lad Iies' WValking Shoes, (some
thing fine) Misdses do. wvith a general us
sort ment of Gents. fine Boots and Shoes.
If tho Ladies wish to get the latest style
of G;aiters and walking shoes otut, just call
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
Jfune 7th, 185.4 3:--tf
.1 UST received .from Baltimnore
15,000 Segars-hoice Brands.
DUTLER & NEWVBERYE
May 10th, 1852 284tf
The subscriber having disacdntinued the Drug
Businmo s will devote his whlole'time to the prac.
mice of mnedicene. Those wishing his profiuson
al survices will find him at all times at lh a rei
denco in the Villege.
Rt. S.MELETT, DI.
Jan. 10 1853, .11ly
PAVILION IO0 ;1
BY H. LI BUTE~I~D
ts _X fud
ot Cas6I Flaoring M taots
ors, ..Gelatine, (viriety)
b Pumps, Hair Oils,
hes, (; 11 kinds) Pens bnd Ink,
saries, Trusses, Toilet combs,
Lper, (variety) Lenori Syrup.
ort Wine'and French Brandy,
I Liver Oil
r articles, comprising the stock
catness and despatch.
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORi
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C:
Cotton Factors aiid General Commii
D B. McLAURIN, Esq., will give per
1a sonal and special attention to the in.
terests and orders of his friends in this
State and the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce to the House in New York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will he covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment he promptly giv
May 3, 1853 27-tf
State of South Carolina,
IRA W. BROWN,
ads CA. SA.
IuA W. BROWN, who .i in the custody
of the Sleriff of Sumter District, by cer
ain Writs of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at.
the suit of Robert Latta having filed in
my office, together with 'a Schedule on
oath, of his Estate and effects, his petition
to the Court of Common Pleas, praying
thati he may be admitted to the benefits of
of the Acts of, the General Assembly made
foratie *lief of introlv'ent :deblor. >It n
rlb heiC rs to whom.t r
W. Broin; 1finyvwise indebtdeb0ari'd
ypne.hereby-sunmoned, and 'haveno'
tice'to appear, .before 'the said goiurt a t
Suinter Crmurt .Houser on the S8eeith'day
of November micxt, to shew rLause, it any
they ca:n, why the prayer of the petition
aforesaid, should not he granted.
W. J. SINGLETON, c. c. t'.
July 12th, 1853 37-3m
Ssuuntervjlle, S. C.
Iespectfully in forms the people of Sum.
tsr Diastrict that he haa just receive.J aiid 3
now ofl'ers foi- sale the. besr selected anj
most choice at.k of
SPa'inir asud Lummer Good,.
Thai cannot bto surpaissed by anything in this
miarket. He has .rebived miany new styles
which purchaseis would do well to examine be
fore bnying else where.
BROAD)CLOTIIS, CAS$IMERES AND
A full and large suppat of H[osiery; $lirts;
Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Hlaud
kerchiefs, &c. &c.'
A large assortment of ItEADY MADE CLC.
TillNG, which will be sold tow.
5SP Garments maarmfactured .by the aubscri
her, and warranted to give satislhction. Or
dora from a. distance promptl attended to..
April 12th, 1853 24--tf
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
.JAME~S II. DUE would respectfrilly
mftm the citizeus of Sunitertfille and tihe
surrouilding coutry, that he is miow open.
ing a TIN MANUFACTON.tY In Sumntqr
yillo, and is now prepared to fill all otders
in the tin line. Merdhante will tid it to
their interest to purchase thdir Wore fromt
me, as I irntend to sell Idiw and warrant all
that I sell.
ROOING, dU'TTERINd ahd 1OB
WVORK ekecuted with promptness and in
a workmanlike manner. The cash will
be expected in ever'y instancti on finishino
or ddlive ' of evety job. I intend to sell
cheap andfo the cash ohly.
Fe . 8th, 1953 15-tf
All persons having demand. aginst the
futate of the hate llev. Charles P. Elliott
wvill present attdsted statement. thereof-and
those indebted, to the sanie, will make pay.
mntx to the 8tubscriber.
TIIoMAs 0. ELLIOTT.
Charleeton s. C.
A pri 28 , 1853. 28 2m
OWING to the diffictulty of collebti'~
small accounts, the* subscriber~ would, in.
form the public. that 'wvhile he is truly
thankful for their patronage he is conpel)
ed to work bureafterfor cason .
June :14, 18538-t
All parsons having demands
Estate of the lite C& ohn 3
Sumter District Are ~u~~
n o r
plea se fhnouece 'WILLIA
SON as a candidate forulh~
nary of $uiriiter: Diiiirfct,$.ai
electioun - .
-A pril 27th, 1852
UT Weare ~ih~
announce T. J..DlJ I k g8Eq~
frClerk of the Cdtit at heti
pril 6th 1851
ez . aln V1
nounce Mr. p . J. McKL
date folr Clerk of teCu~~
District, and oblie
April 1ti 18.52.
* FR CL 0
MIt.. ED POR -MANY
-3.1. N. 4A ET'r aredesi
li im in poe. nat.on fthe
Crli of the Corfo Sumter
. May 2 181
* ileThe Frienes~
JOHN F. JUNE anuouice W LA
date for heriff of Musister bia
next eleetid. .
Nv. i2tl 1852
i~l We are it
to announce - . E. POOL n
for Slidriffng f M unr D I
December 21, 1852
nounce JOHN N. MbIEO'
fo Sheriff of uniter 01 .rc
Mr. ete lea
notunce JOH - ~ a N. b.
lt res rc t
fri~tepds thai Iaej~ re e_4
ed nistlng.of Ti suesBrq p
colored Silks, arid M~~s
Glingbamms, B~fg an n
Erioidered ollars d b
Blue Denitij a
of ever kind.' The.bvnme
ve wvill sell on accomicltigq
us a call -
Stine 7th; 18O
Do not Def'er, 'bW
YOU WANT TO GE'I
I~i.ItEiCN,; Merchant la
leave to iniforin the gentlemnnb
ville atlid Distl~et that he has
with a spendid asstjrtment o(
Vestings; &c. &c., and in'lij
that is reqnuired ftir a full~i
made thme choice of his g 4jh
doubts not but whathde
fastidibus. There is no i
cloths made in Charlenton 9
when you coa~ hin-ie
and na well if not bette ~t
else tight at hoine hanthis
promises to dng nay, lie will aic
work is not turned out at 6eJ(~a.
dond in this conntry. h wI n ov
anythiings As for his-price~~~
at New Ynrkc rates. ,. lige
him a trial t I Come:so
some of those beautifu0Psi'~
patterns, it will soorn be 'watna
Mr. Ruicu! lie heit d*t
lIsynsworthi almnost opp std
April 26th, 1853.
The Real "3imFd
WOULDI respcettiis1 ibbi
trons and ftlidds; and the tdl
that he has received ai~ 'dtq
of. patterns -as tt1d ur e
which have evi been broug~tt"
ket.. His prie r~d
the pbi& 'h i