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TlE WMTERt B.\NEII.
J, RICHARDSON LOGAN, EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19.1853.
Charleston, Oct. 18, 18M-3
The tratisactions to-day were to some
625 1 ales, extremes ranging fi., n S to
16 8.4c. Tho market was d'epressed
and prices were very irregular..
Drring the past week we have been
visited by sevetal pretty sharp frosts.
Theiflect la perceptible upon pota
Our exchanges have come to us fr
some time passed, freighted with no
ticeS f religious tevivals in difiereit
parts of this State and Georgia. Sum
terville i has had a share in the bles
sing and the protractvd- meeting of the
Methodist Episo-pal congregatiin,
which we notced I hrce- weeks ago, on
ly adj -irned on Thuirsday Iast, af
ter .adding over fifty members to
the church, and a larre umber to the
list. of ;>rofesing Christians. Let the
good work go on.
We had the pleasure on Thursday
evening last, of listening to an11 able.
and eluinent address on the subject of
Temperance. di-livered in the Hall of
the Sons of Temperance in this plaice
by W R. RTUNTEC, E 411r. f Charles
trm, and formerly of Darlhington. Mr.
fLUNTER is in excellent speaker andl
We hope this is not the last tim he
will favor us with his preseTce. While
upon this subject it would he well to
say that. we are informed by several
gentlemen of the order in this place
that Judge O'NE.U., is sustained by
them in the position he took in vis
iting the "Worlds Temperance Con
"vention," at New York. We believe
no one attaches any blame to the
Judge for attending the Cotivention; it
wias only a regret with some, aller the
meeting of that body and its charnc
ter made known, that South Car
lina was repiesented at all.
Large Cotton Stalk.
We have received fromt Mrs. Wan
ER MACON of this lc1, a limb ft in
a Cotton stalk growing in her ga den.
The boles are larger than any we have
ever seen and numbers thirty on the
linib before us. We are sorry that
this cannot be taken 'as a specimen of
the crop in the district, which from
best accouits must fall far short of
an average oneo.
Hoam ici de.
A man by the ntamte of MEaKDIlTII
WEI.CH was lodgred ott monday itt the
Sumterville jail charged with kill
ing Robert L. McEI~vSEN int Low
er Saleum on the evening of the 15th
9nst. As the ease will undergo judicial
investiga ion at the tnext term of' the
Su:;.ter Court, int the absence oft any
satisfactory stat emtent of the affiuir, we
forbear further comment.
At the comtnettcemtent if the sea
son, we encouraged outr farmters to
hope for and anticipate a good arid re
mutneratitng price for their cotton attd
noth'ng has sitnce occurred to ehtatige
(tur views. Recent accotunts front the
large cotton growing regionts of the
far W~est, representt. t he crop, as far
short of that of' last year and here at
hotme thet e will lie utndouhtedhy a great
fallitng off from the bright anticipations
formed itt July, and Augutst, and one
woutld natutrely suppose that snech
a state of affairs would produce an
utpward tendency In the market, and
are astontished to see that on the cont
trar-y there has beetn a slight decline,
andit depression. This is certainly ow
ing to the uncertain state of European
politics, and the probability of a war
betweent Russia and Turkey. But this
cannt)(t long continue,. and if these pow
era tmust fight, we see no reason why
it should affect the price of cotton ex
eept by increasing the demamnd, for in
the advettt of a general war we shall
certainly look for heavy demtands from
the maunufactur-ing countries, who
wo uldt donubtless prepatre early against
the proliiibilities of atn embargo or
blockade.- There are sev-eral causes,
whU~h may prove at present de
pressing~ to the cotton market and not
*the least of' these is the failutte of
the- grain- crop in England and the
tightness,. of the money market in sev
eral of our large cIties. These we
hop-d'b~dhirve to-be only tetn pora
*r indIletll, say to planters, hold- on.
Sopno$ itygdd. feet of: the Bridge
over- flrrij Ulver,. belonging, to
the iltmintgtoni& Manchester .Ril
' l re'etryed by an acciden.
%Iria evening last. The
ni uwil soon ha rnaired. Lose pro.
5111 Iegalueit Cavalry.
On last Friday our citizens had an
opportunity of witnessing one of the
finest mililary parades, we have ever
seen in this vicinity. The 5th- Regi
mncit, 3rd Brigade of Cavalry, con
posed of the following troops,
Richland Light Dragoois, Cuptain
Ta EZEVA Wr.
Kershaw Troop, Capt'. Josms.
Claremont Troop, Capt. WEDD.
Clarendoi Troup, Capt. BENnow.
Free Trade and State lights Troop,
Salem Troop, Ciapt. SHAW.
Black River Troop, Capt. DAVId.,
turned out in full numbers and in their
welI adjusted tniarmns, with the liv
alric spirit displayed, and fine horses
forned an imposing and stirring scene.
The evoltutions, though to ipractised
e3 es seemingly diflicult aud intricate,
were executed with a regilarity and
prccision, we have seldoor witnessed,
and reflects great credit in Col. 1. M.
BIAEn, who together with his field offli
ervs acted on thiis oecasion for the first
tinc in their respective connnaads ad
we are happy to state proved them
selves "tald soldiers." Thie Colonel we
have always heard spoken of as an ae.
complished Cavalry officer, a reputa
titan to wich, it is no id!e compliment
to say he is juat !y entitled and w% hich
it wimlid b difficult to find any one
now to dispiue. The two last troops
named inl air list have jist been ihormed
inl this district and with their well cho
sen unifarms, and new eqpripments lent
ntch to the brillianev of tlie arrav.
During the parade our attcntioan wats
frequentlv Called to the presence ofa lit
tle trooper among the JRielland Light
DI)ragons, who, not anmore than athir
teCn years Old, ad mounted ni a pon
y tf corresponding size, by his s41l
diery bearin g and correct movements
attracted mnuch attention and made
himself a genaeral fivorite, especially
with the ladies. lie is a yoaunger bro
ther we believe of he Captain, and
seemaaed as much imlted with a maili
tary spirit, and interest inl thae drill as
aun y of his seniors.
Tha Regimnaat was revied by Ilis
Exeullency Governaor M.%ssiNo and
Stal; and General NEI.sos anad his
stall, when being formed "en masie'
the Governor in answer to a call aid.
dressed them in his usual pointed, elo.
quent, mid 4reibple manner, calling
uponi officers anad m1en to Continue with
unabaited zeal, their il4brts for the im
provenicat of this arm of the militia
service and urging the keepig ip and
maintaiauce of the present organiza
tion anid militia systeim of the State.
ail luding al1o iin tlhe colaurse of his re
maraks to the reenat actiona ofa the ad
mainistrationa in the Koszta allair, whaich
hue auhproved af. II is speech t hrougha
out was listenaed~ to wvithu marked at
teaatioan, anud aawing toa the Go~vernaor's
exelhlenat vaoice, noat a word was lost
--thae conlauio drew forth enthausias
Gieneal NEi~sos, being naext called
a uon, a ade ana ap proapriate and happjily~
echosena spaeech ina wic hl le ret nrnaaed his
thaaks tao thae regi llmnt iar lie pa t thaey
had takena ina elevatinag haima to his paresenat
rak of Brigadier GENEIaA., of Cavalry,
expresising hais pleasure anad gratifica
tiaan at w taaessing s fine a turn out, of
the troop~ and sold er1ly parade, comn
plimenating especially the old Clare
moant trolp as the school froma whaich
he had dra-.in his first lessons in Cay.
aliry tacties anad whicha lhe now siaw so
largely auagmnented in numaabers and im
proved inl apapearance "a paromainaent
lesson to thec younager troop~s that
age ad beatty are' nott inacomap..tibale."
The daay piasseda oiff without an ale
cidenat ad to the delight and~ lals
urae of all.
Thec followinag is the' result (of the
electimn held in Willhiamasburg fbr Shaer
iff on the 10tha inast.
Nnsos - - - .- 397
Ausrao(so, - - - . 121
Seattering, - - - - - 3
Toatal -- - - 713
Thfe WItuarduglon N. C. er-aid.
Th'lis excellenat exchange camea to
uts last week in, an entirely new dress,
whaich much imaproves its appear.
anc. Our relations.' with Wilmrington-,
throuch thec Wihnaington ad Manchies
ter Railroad, are becuoming more imn
portanat every day and we hail with
delight this evidecec of the prosperity
of our eotemepararies at that place.
We. notic the tallowing southerners
were at Paris- o..n the 15th ultimu o. E.
HI. Moreland', F. Laince, and U. 1H.
Magwood, of' Charleston; R. WV.
Gi bbes-,1r., of Columbia: W. A. Kain,
of' Florida; Major A. Porte,, o4 Savan
nab; RL. E. Coke, of Alabamna, and
Rufus Fhsh, of Montgomery, Alabama.
It is rumored that the H-on, Gao.
M. DAtLus, declines the mission to
There is not a stronger duty inc'ul.
cated upon inankind, than that of ad
vising and'ebunselling edeh other and
though all would seein i be fond of,
very few understand how, when; or
where to give it. We once heard i dis
tinguished gentleman Of South Caro
lina say, that he never received ad
vice from any oue rior gave it, yet few
men were tfiudet of an interchanget (if
opinions with all and he eagerly sought
it oi all occasious and would delight es
pecially in counsellIing with the younig.
This is the true secret of giving ad
vice- and when carried out has ten-fold
the eflCet of the commnionl formui; "you
should do so and so or "I advise you to
this and that." Tire reason is obvious;
the person to be benefitted sees the
CWSC (aof his actiing as you would
wish hima his vanity is not hutrt by the
idea that lie is only a toole carry ing
out another views and freiprently flat
ters himself that he owes to his own per
ception the fruits of your suggestions
for in huimaniity Vheresoe'veir found
there is nit stroiger passiOni, tan that
of pride, oi one that can be more easi
ly acted npon. Again advice should
iiever be out o.if place or seasun, but a
careful selection of' the time made,
when the persin to be advised desi re
or is in a nrood to receive it and be
careful that it be to his private ear else
your perIchance agah.'i offenld his vanity
mnd yoir words ft!) upon a steeled
heart and fent f turied ear. Anot liei im
portant point is, that you be well ac
qujiainted with the subjevct vou woufld
speak Irjuo; this you cnliolt 'e withii
another mann's buiLness, as well as he
is himse!f, so beware thee. Beware
Iso that you lever advise a Doctor, to
the remedies he sihil give least you
you one (Iny reqCuire his aid aid
lie pays you for eiar aringane. iave
all thinigs, steer Clear of editors, nor
say unto them, "I think a little more
oriia il matter wouhl belnefit your pia
per &e. &c." this is d:langerous groiuind
and la rinig yiu t) a a'ping "
er in his next editaoria!. There is
onae piece of advice however, which we
have always thoight n'ever ou t of
place! and 1ir the love we bear our
readers give it them. It is "pay the
pri'ter," Priel ti the SumiIiter llan
tier two dol!ars a year in advauce.
or three do ll ars at the expiration of
that ime. Now as many ofonur sulb
scribers are amnon-g I hse who migit
be denominated "delinquent ;" we
would thaik sonic of them ii return
for what we have shnial '- alvi.e us
of sione methoad of buy ilag paper, ink,
oil and matchi'ery, paiy prir.ters and
keep the "Devil"' quiet without 1mu
A Useful Macini e.
A wriiter in the (Char'lestona feremu'y,
over' tihe signa~tu re of' "Agtrica ,"' no0
tices a new intveintiaon by a woirthty citi
zen't of t his dis.tiai; J .:e i' i I i'sAsiui
esqr, whiich r'eflets great .'iredit uponi
the inigenuity vofi the inv'enator and
pomlises to lie of good and ge'nerai
use inl preparing ourli several Sonit herin
Staples fua r mlarket anid wvill prov'e of'
the utrao't i mortumee to the IRice.
Cotton, anld rin gro'(wing~ regrians of
the South ad Southwest. By a ma
(hinle eon 4tracted with a single shaft
and uountea' shaft, rice is thrtashted,
ginned andtu moited; an '! caor'n, wh Ieat,
r'ye, or' ither grain, grouind; and these
sever'al processes may all be c'arriied onl
togevther, atone and the same tinwla, or'
separately tat ditkerenit times. A single
horse power' is sufliicint toi gin three
baigs el coattonl, or to grin~d fif'teeni bush
els of c'orn or' otheri grain peri dlay; a
ivua horse pow~er to poundl~ tunar rounds(1
oif rice per' day', buit, in c'ase all the
procitesses are car'ried onl at the samte
time, a five horse pioweLr is necessary.
Mr. BOSSAIno is about applying, for'
letters piatent, and has our warmiiest,
wishes for' the success oif his invention.
Or'ange Sprinig Florijda.
Dr. K. S. DAnoAN, Ioinerly of this
distr'ict has, we are pleasead to learn by
the ,Sontht Carolinian, mladie the neces..
sary ar'rantgeaments andi wi'nl open his
hotel ait this Spring 1st Novenmberi
next. Dr'. D). will be assisted by Mr.
EUoENE lDUNDEE formncrly of' Aiken,
S. C., wyho is spoken of' as a capable
and popular, manigr'. The fibllowinag
is the Car'olincian's description of the
Sprinlg. "Trho Orange Spring is sit
nited- about t wenty five miles due wvest
of Pilatka, in the centre of a pine bar
rett of fl~ miles0 ara This gives it
a claimx as an admiabhle location for
conisumiptives, as it is shut ini from the
bleak winds of' eithetr coatst-and has
a dry and utniforma temper'atur'e. It
aflords tile most hlealthf'ul r'ecreation of
hunting, fishing and riding. T1he fac
ilities of access to and from the
spring will soon be excellent.
Thei water is famed for the cnre of
scrof'ulous disease, rheumatism, dys
entary, dyspepsia, dr'opsy, and f'emal e
complaints. The temper'ature cf' the
bath, which is 75 degr'ees, makes it
quite a luxury. The house can ac
commnodata comfortably about- one
huiidred persons, but will be enlarged
aijnuy be required."
'We wish Dr. DInoaV all tie sue
Cess h anticipates and hope lie may t
retap a rich harvest froui his -nterprisc.
7_Tributc of Rempect.
At a meet-ang at Stamnterville oin the
13th inst. fl' the officers and others of I
the 5th 4 ginent, 3rd Brigade (if Cav
diry, Col. T. M. 13 en was requested
to preside, and laj. Jous T. GaatE1.
to nct as Secretaryv
Col. F. J. MoSES submnitted the ful
lowing preamble and resulttions:.
lVk'ereus, since the order for this pa- I
radt, beat h bas % kited the raiks of our
Regiment, and satched fron amonrg
tiS one endeared to till who knew hi"n,
by the noble and generoutis impulses
which ever aetuauted his course, and al
though it is proper and becoting to
bow with stubmiiissioin to this afl'ecting
dispensatioi of Providence, it is a
inornfdl invilege to those who sur
vive, to record the virtues of one who
inl lie adiorned the position which lie
ocifpled as a citizen and oflicer.
Be it therelore resovIed. That this
Rlegimnei deeply dephore the death of'
the ite Capt:tinl JO. Ib',eVrov A nuts
of the Statis liglts m141 ree Trade
TIroop, and ai it tkenl i' regznrd tW lMS
iienluory, anl regret Ilur t heir loss, re
cord this well nirited public tribute to
Resolve(d, a aun evidence of their sor
row at Ihe death of ) I licer So deserv
inguf all canonendation, it will un thle
ImiOrr Iw's parade wear tfie tisual badge
o41 Iitlul inog.
Oil Illotioll of Lt, 1 AmP['oX,
Reso/redf, That the proceedings of*
this nieeting.r ie pIblishaeiI in all the
papels within the bounds of* the Regi
The neting th-n adju med.
TI IOS. .S . 13A K ml?. Chir't.
Johns T. ;u -:s, See v.
Ainoirarrio) PmaUs-M~--r. I Iernido n
postm tLr at Glenville, iiif4r1ns the
editoir of, the I el igions Teleco pe. at
Cirdleville, Ohio, that hiaving. aecir
ingz to the laws of V irgin ia, opeled ;1,.
ins-pected his Iapers, a1nid faui.d themn
0o taile abo41i lii o ntirnenis, hie lms,
refiied to deliver thit-ri a aI d rl iessed,
aid has iinblicly birnt then in pres
O ee (A' A Iiliag1i'trate. It appearl., by
li., letter tiat 1th0 pelt for cirentit
ing such pap ers is imII) prisi mcimit ii the
puenitentiary for nit less than oil:e nor I
Illore than live N ears.
It i- stated that tie New-York Bo k
Agent is are r.aking arrangreme!its f.r
ani iraedi e set t btent. wih the
Me- hodi.,t EcipspAl Chreb Sotth, on
tertius eitirelv sniisfactory inl regard
to a diviion of1 property. Tie whole
inatter in dispute is to be referred to
the lion. d1udge MLA,, of the Sn.
preme Court of the UInited States.
t flew days, to meet the eoiniissioners
of the two branchies of the church.
Nmw YonC MILrT.A-.The0 riitIaJL1
are to lie 1ni1le to t11rni out it strongiir
fo rce this fall in ew York (-ity. A
strict scarebl is inade every where f'or
cents will settle the iniatte-r, but neig
lieetl IIsoui s Inn tst siuffer thle peiialty.
It is said that Geiieral Scott was warn
ed1 iout, annungli the resnt, uder the atyle
of1 "Malr. W. M. Scott." iresidiing in
8. ( liI T.1.E~, lIssti , a t ini al ui d
Itllnted anuimb er of' the' CiohnihIa Ba r
was. (in WVednes-lay,. eltiet Teller of
the Co ineitreiat link of Cohlnnabia.
IThe new and spac.iionts reCsidlence of
Col.i II. A. C.o.wneii s, liea'ly c'iniplet
S. C., wa whllyt dtestioyeid by firie oni
Saturdlay night last.
We arec grat iflied ini binig able to
statto that t he epidenlaie ini Newi Orlemuais
is c onisider'ed as5 ended. TIhec last r
filia enitilieratted but 6 ini 24I hours, byI
'ITie Ion. Jon Yii . A8ios has bieena
oifhiciatly declar-ed Aliiiter :.i, IlFance,
tllil wvill sail foar Illavire. it is said, in
thie Ilitimboldt, on the 19thA of lnext
Diedl, orn the. 8thi it., HlEN.JAilN Nossa
DeuLeon,, ini the 31st year of his age, a niative
of tis Siage, bit for the lst nine years a resi
denti of Mulbile, AIlbama.L Of a nleu anadgn
criols naiiure--is last ar't w.as charcte~riiteh of
hisi life-, a stranger amnon gut us hie eaisitedl hai
servicesiln behialfofithe snaTerers'of New Orleans,
iiand whiili enl gnged in this work ofc-harity con
tracted thie seeds of a idisease which in a fe w
we-eks prostrated his on(ce vigorous frame.
le lhas left a bereaved mnoiher, manay loving
sisiers, andi an afyectionate brother to mnourna
h1Wiiaiunaely endii; wiith the.fl let a friend who
knew andl loved himi, mainiglo the teart of
aiympathay to his memory.
The Great Rlestorative.
FEVERt AND AODE( eOaED DY DRt. irCLEAN'S
$37 Mr. Jonaathan Honaghamn, of WVest Un
ona, Park County, lalinaois, writes to the propri
etars that lhe had sufferi greatly from a severe
and prostrated attack of Fever and Agiae, and
was completely restored to health by the use
of Liver Pills alonae. Trhese Pills unaquestioana
bly possess great tonic properties, andl can be
taken with decided advaintage for many diseasesS
reqtuiring invigiiratiaig remedlies; but the Liver
Pilla stanid lire-eminent as a means of restoring
a disorganized Liver to healthy action; hence
the great celebrity they haavea attained. The
numlerotln formidable diseasos arising fron a
diseaseid Liver, whaiehi so long baffled the skill
of the miost emainent Physicians of the United
States, are now renadered easy of eure, thaan
to the study and perseverance of the distinguish
edl physilciain whose namue this great medicine
heals--a nlame which will dlescond to posterity
as one deserving of gratitude. Tis invaluia
ble medicine should always be kept in reacha;
and on the appearance of the earliest symtoms
of diseased Liver, it can be safely and uasofilly
1 Mule and I hlorse lkvied on s1th1e
property of WIma. M. Moore, at tie uit of
D. J. Win!.
2 Mules, levied on astlie proporty of im.
J. Mloore and P. Rilks, at tihe suit of Wim.
1 Negro levied onl as the properly of
James 11. McKnight. at the suits of it.
McLeish, and S. lIarvin.
1 Ilorso and I Negro, levied 4n as the
properly of James 11. MicKight. at tihe
suits of W. C. Dukes & Sot, G. Follin.
I hlorse levied on as the property of T.
H1. Osteen, at tie suit of W. J- MCal.
2 Ilorses, loied on atN the property of
John S. Rich, at ie suit orf t. S. Iomjeroy.
2 Boiggys, levied onl fls the priporty of
J. S. Tisd:Ile, ait te suits of V. Clark and
D. W. Price.
I Negro levied on as tie propery of W.
m. Wildor, at tho suits ol Black & Jones.
and W. Webb.
I Niegro levid oi as the propqrty of R
J. \itherspoin, at tile suits of Joiet China,
o Reeder, T. 1). Friersoni, and 0. Salk
burv, Clark & Brother, and IR J. MlcCleary
1 Negro levied si as time property of
Robert Wcoks, at -he suit of the Stalte.
6 Negroes levied oi as tile propiurly of
W. II. Prinmgle, at tlie suits of Biirrkmyor
& lRiey.4 eases, iarral, 1hre & Co. and
MciCartr & Allom,
S'ock in Srt., I horse leviedi oil as Ile
property of Thos. O'Connor, at the sui.s of
Thios. Bomiell aml others.
I Negro :ind Il ms amid K tchen Fiurni
i ure, sevied i is the property of .lmoh \V.
Eqrvm, at th!! sui.t D. S. Sargmit, Thom.
Cobb, E. D. Prm gle aid Jos, Walker, V.
Webbi for arrother, F. W. Fraser, E. 1).
Pringle ( Co.
SaiM N m-ro. levimd on .m- m're propermy of
John WV. Ervin to Foreciose a Mortr'aire
givenm bmy J. \V. Erviin to Joseph NIstgosmi.
(f Negroes, letled n : ts ie ptoporly of
1. I. l)mgie Jr., at the suit of the Banik of
the State oilf mSouth Caro'iia.
8i1mime negroes. levied oi as thw property
J. 11. Dingle .r.. tim Fireci!sos a iortergage
-iveii by .1, It. Dingle Jr. to J. H. migle
.Sr.- ai.d \Vim. We bb.
Aaidib-s awl lhriesses, levied on .m tins
pripirty of LAewis Johm-on.- it tire suits (if
A. Chwmihon d cases, Je-s .ltirgan, Junes
& It$lihsm, aIm E2 \V. ilonimmey.
10l hsead Caittle, II'ug.. I Buggyv atali IIr.
ne~ss, I Wgni, Crms, Foidel.r, flouse and
Kitchen Furnit uri, Pibsint tion To-ds, ieved
omi as thle propriy o C. L. Simer, at tihe
suit of Thos. E. Flowers, for inother. To
sold at del'ts lbit residence on thee S I,- dai
9 Negroes, 1 Wagon, 2 iI rnes, jruimse
hold aid Kiciten Faromlire. 1eviei onl
as tim property ni r. B. N. Ilammet lit
hi mut d sin It oik sof mhs S 'tite of S'.
Ca .. U. P.. bI-ak. A-hinx.'- cas Av. ..1. Cotmb.
la & Co., J. .\l. M.rgani, W, J. Frances,
for aniother. Thomais W. Rf el lRe, Ferry
Moses: M. M. 3. Heam Nelson anmmd \Vehb.
.1. C- m Lt.\! 1 -Q-1
OCtt 15, 1853. 51--31
PIAIATI0N AN MILLS
The simbscriber oiflers fir ile iis Phimatioh
and Mills inl Suinmer District, situratod oil Big
1laftin Creek; fourteen miles bielow Canimlen,
and niz, f^roma B~oykin's Turn Ont, contaiing
(1674) sixteen hundred and iseveity-fom acres,
between four and five himndrLd acres cleared
and under fence, the balanuc in fins timbemr.
onl the premises is a good two story dwelling,
w'tithm all tihe nceimsary buildingss of a well scttled
Pant ti .: - : . e ,rc= ted
withinlas few year.. Onm the northern ex
tremnity of tib tract is amiotier settlemsent imm
good repair. ilth places atre pkrfetly hiealthy.
Also-An excellent Gript 31111, with two pair
of stones, aid a Saw Miill, ;airtie of enusting
about one thmostsanvid feet of iiluber per dmy.
With the lantamtions will be mold (if~ dessired) lime
stock of eattlie, llogs and Shmeep, ogethser with
the Provision Gropi. Ifisold inmsmeiiitely, pos
session wilt be given on thme first of Janmuttry,
Th'ie terms mand othier patricumlars may be ob
tainmed from the subscriber on lime premijses, or
by letter directed to Boykin's Depot, Camisdenm
ranchi of S. C. Rt. Ik
Sumter Dist. S. C. Ot. 12, 50 3im
B00OT, SIIOE AND ri
Or Planters and
NO. 306 Kul
Thme suhscribcr thasnkful for time
t to hm im, biega lea.ve to, inilormhis sin
last i. xmonmthms hm.l~e an een tmocr
- teir wantris in his limne of bims.mness.
PL A N TATIO
16011 pair No. I RLusset Bro
l750) do. No. 1 sand 2 Bicmk
11001 do. Black slo
5~3( do. Domys Black .mnd Rum
As the abmove Shoes were comntrai'ed
Stock, putrcasuers will have the beniefit ouf
Hosuse Servamnts amid Drivers SHOESi
6.' to $1.
TO'G ETH E
Ladies', Misses, Boys, Youthis amid Chdk
various Sty.cs and Paternms, many of thmem
Ladies' Engishi SNOW BOOTS anli
Over Shoes, in any quantities from the eel
Gents. fine Pattent, Calf, Fr
Gents, do. do. do. We
Genits. Boys anud Youths fai
Slippers amid fancy Montere
Gemnta Fancy Dancing Pun
Anm invoice of Memn's Congress amnd Tie
Unusual larmge supply.of' CARPET
CASES, BONNET CASES, POCKE
The above Goodsm are offered ait wholesale
Oct 19306 King-street, 7 doe
OPPOSITE THE 1
HI AVE opened now~ rind are? constantly
EI1nglishm, Frenchm and- Gernmn- FANC3
LADIES RETICULE8 AND
ENGLISH AND F'RENCH
DESKS AND PAPIER I
TOYS AND CHRISTM
CHINA VASES AN]
to Which they invite thme attedt
ting the city, having made RIbm
.nf iT e Yo. Vk Paa. -
8:.7 Purchasers will please be careful to
tLak for DR. MICLANE'S CELEBRATED
[AVER PILLS, and take none else. Thore are
Pills, purporting to be Liver Pills, now before
he public. Dr.M'Lane's Liver Pills, also his
0elebrated Vernifuge, can' now he had at all
espectable Drug Stores in the United States
Tie above valuable Preparation for sale
iy tihe Agents, P. A. COHEN & CO. Im.
orters and Dealers in DRUGS AND
1i[EDICINES, No. 29, Iliaynd at. Charles
of). S. C.
1knotiser Seieatififc Wonter!
IMPORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS
Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the true Di.
estive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared from
tensiet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
irectionas of Baron Liebig, the great Physiolo.
teal Chertrist, by J. 8. Ileaghton, M. D., Phila
elphia. Thi is truly a wonderful reniedy for
ndigetic.., Dypepsia, Jaundice, LIver Com
laint, Conitipation and Debility, curing after
fitture's Oiwn Method, by Nature's Own
kgent, the Gfistric Juice. l'amphlets, conta:i
og Scientific evidence of its value, furnished
oy agents, gratis. See notice among the nedica
al Vert isenent. 8-1 y.
'Y virtue of sntdry Executions to me
directed, will be sold at Sumter Court
louse, onl tle 1st Ml oiday ald day follow
ngz in Novhmbcr next. within legal hou1rs
>f sale, to the higlie. t bidder, foI cash, the
ollowing lproperty. Pucltasers to pay for
Defendant's intrest in one tract or land
n Clarendon, adjoiing Iaids of, ad where
lefendant resides, levied ipont as the prop
-riy of W. F. Batler, at the suits of J. S.
V. L. Bowie, J. J. Berry and E. ). Pringle
One tract of 100 acres of lamd more or
efss in Clarendon, adjoininr latnds of, and
vhaere Mrs. Skinner now liv,s, levied upon
is the property of C. L. Skimiter; at tle
uit of Thos. E. Flowers.
One tract of 200 acres (If land in Claren.
14n1, adjoirring land- of J, \V. Gibson, iev
el upot as the properly of It. .1. Price,
'rorerly blonged to A. M. \Vhite, at the
mit of Jos. Mintagomrrrv.
One tract of 330 acres of lan I in Lower
lan, adjoining laands of John atlc KNtight,
evied upon as the property of t. J, Price
it tle stit Of Jos. Alontgoanery.
One tract of 2~>0 acres of land a nwer
ta lem, adjointing lan td1s of Nlrs. Thompson,
vie'd upon as the property of IL. J, Price,
it tle stt of Jils. .maiotgioftery.
Defeailant's inteest iie t r~act if landal
y Salem, adjoiina lainhds Of 1". D)1,a1a
Otd . of J. McLndon, levied Uponla as
lhe property of Isaiah 3lcCoy, at the suit
>, 0. 1. eldtCov.
Oie lot and 'builnings thereon matnm
crville, tdjoiaug lairds of, and where AlsS
. Kenney 1td live, levied upon as lthe
>roperty of V. S. Hoyt, at the Suit of E.
3-lisltrv, PrinIgle, Gr-alhaml, & Co-.
Lot and buD liaags thereon in Su iter
ille 1ningi Iat oi aid where delenad
int lives, levied tpont as tle. property of
Vebb Clark, at the suit of Jas. E. Witlh
,rspool, Wiley Prumaks & Co., ). IP. Mc
loy, J. M1. Neal & Co., E. C. Tharin,
?lanters aad Mechanics Batik, S. E. Wa-.
;on, A. J. Moses, L. B. Ilanaks, W, & Al.
\lt Coy, 31e Rioy 4 Jontes.
On tract of 1t00 acres of land in Clar
mtolat, adjointingec laintds ):*, levie-d upon as ils
hrrigt-1rI of* T11az. Jngtalan, at the suits
,f Joha G.- Rafllield, kmtk of the S-!aei of
oiu:h Caroiii, V. Adlgor 2 c:ases, It. W.
paina, and Elward McGaa.
One tract of 101 acres taf land in Lower
3;a elim, adjomating lanads of P. S. Worshama,
't alI., l-vied tapont as the- property oIf Eist
if Wma. Bitddiaa, at the strit of Al. Al. Budl.
lin; wall be sold by arder of WV. Le.vis,
OJ..e traict of 3(:0 acres of liam int Clar
mdnltt, *.djoinainig lanads oft B'onbow, JIohna
L. Koga, and WV. II. McKanight:, tevi-da tap.
am ats the pr perty oat J. I1. lIhngle, Jr, at
lae suit of A. & E. TI. II iggine'.
Oine tract or 100 acres ot li:ad more or
e'ss ill C larenadon. ;adjoiang lands of, levied
apian as the proplerty of 11. 1I. Titnaunons,
it the' snait of Wmta. Lewas.
Loat aand buaildiags thecreona ian Sumtterville
1 ljoiaainag lantds iof, ,ad w here Wt.GU. WVinad
iam anao)w lites; Otte lot andta baauiaags oat
[Brotad WViahington streets (aaader miort
e:ge); 32 acre's of land ntear the vilage,(aa
Ier moaa~rgatre) levied utpoan as the~ propettrty air
1. 1B. N. Hiammetat, att thec staits of the Bank
itate of South Caroliaaa, UJ. Rt. Lecak,
Xana'x, 2 catses, T, J. Coglana, & Co., J.
'tI. Bucik, & Morgan, Thoas. W. Redill'e,
P'. Mostes, M. M. Me Raa, Nelsoni anad Wtebb,
W. J. Frantcis, for anattaer.
Otte lot ina Sumnteryleo, levied ota as thea
property ot TItus. O'Coannor, at the suts of
i'hos. Iliannel anal otheurs.
Onec negro levied upon as the property
>f A. F. Aileu at thae suit of E. D. Priatgle
I Negro, levied on as the property of
T. RL. Berry, at the suits of Wt. Osteen,
J. T1. Cummaaings and Johni Wt. Kelly.
1 Hotrsea, arad 1 negrao levied ota its thae
p~roplerty oft Johnt Bal laurd, (Clcareadon,) tat
he suits of TI. Lyann, J. D). Jonets anad Wt.
1 Negro levied on as the property ot Wt.
Rt. Bently, at the suit of E. D. Printgle &
1 Negro, levied on as the property of
Thaos. M. Baker, at the suit of Wt. G. Do
1 Negro, levied on as thte property of 0.
Wt. Ballups, at tue suit of Win. Webb,
1 horse levied oat as the prapqrty of J,
F". Ballard, at thec suit of C. T. Mason.
2 Horses, 1 Barouchi antd haraness, 1 cart
1 wiagon, Cattle, H~ogs, Planatation Tlools,
Hlouso and Kichen Furtaiture, levied on
as thae property of W. F. Butler, at thec
suits of J. S. & L. Baowie, E. D). P'ringle
& Co., and J. J. Berry. Hlorses, Barouch
and Harness, ill be sold ain Suterville,
the other things will be soldl at defoendant's
residence iaa Clarenadona oti the 8th Noverm
3 Negroes, levied ona as the property of
John A. Colclough, at thao suit of Jas. B,
1 Negro, Hottse and Kttchaen IFurniture,
levied on1 as the property of Webb Clark,
at thte suits of 0. P. McRoy, J, Ma. Neal &
Co,., Wiley Banks, 4-. Co., . . Wither.
spoon S. E. Wilson, Mcftoy & Jones, W.
& M. McCoy, L. B. Hlanks, A. J. Moses,
Bank, E. C. Thtarin.
1 horse, levied on the property of 3. H.
Dingle, Jr.. at the surit of John Madison.
One Hiors. levied on as the pirnperly 01
B. Kavanagh, at thae suits of' C. Tarrh, '1'
Corcoreant, and J. Hendrix.
1 Negro levied on as the property of C
W. Lesesne, at the suit of R.. Ma. Ridgell
1 Neiro, levIed on, as the property 'o
Samuel'Lwry, at the suit of 0. C. Wheeol
2 Horses and V Negro,-levied on as th<
property oh Elizabeth McLeod,-at the suil
of Richard, Clain,..nnd Mt Lomi.
NEW FALL GOODS.
TIIE lsubcribers are now re.
ceiving their FALL STOCK
oChoioe OROCEIESIi and 1tIVjSION,.
to which pasrticular attlention is invited. It
consistis iii ,art of the folhawinig. viz:
100 bbils, 'rushed', Powdered, Granuslated and
Colfee 8L'GA GRS,
20 1hd.'. New Orleans. Muscovado and'
70 bngis iti, Cuba, l.agnavrn, Jamaica, Jg.
va anid Mocha COFFEE.
40 bbl*. New Orleans IOLASES.
24 bales Gunny and Dundeos BAGGING.
50 coils lilunp and Mansilla ROPE.
300 lbh. best' bree-IPly TWIN IE.
200 4.de" liemlock y.; T11ER."
*200 lbs. ShsI'i TII REA D.
r'JO0 Ipprt 'PACKS, assorted.
200 dsd.en Mason's Celebrated Challenge
40 gross Premium MATCHES.
100 kesE ut NA I LS.
7J boxes Colgate's F'amily, No. I and Fancy
40 boxos Pearl and Ne Plus Ultra- Family
SA RC II.
100 boxes Adainantino, Sperm, Patent CAN
40 bbis. Genessets Fanlly FLOUR, crtaist.
ing of liram Smith's First P mi
usmi Flour aid other choice nds.
12 chests very superior Iyson, Young ly.
soss, Imperial. Gunposwdle4and Black
TEAS, in pound, half pound. andt.,
quarter pound packages.
20 casks choice Family HANIS.
10 casks choice BACON, Sides and shoul
10 bbl,14. chisice F mily LARD.
15 firkins very suiperior Gothen BUTTER.
20 boxes choice ietailing and Pino Apple
6 bbls. Smsked and Pickled iBff Tongues,
'ickled 5alson, and.1nmoked ant
10 bids. While Winennd Cidar VINEGAR.,
6 tierces RICE.
4 bhils. and 6 kegs PICKLEX.
20 dozen Pickles, gallons, 1-2 gallons, qrts.
- 11n pints.
20 dozeri Catsips. Sauces and Capers.
10 doxen n. hole, half aund quarter boxes Sar
5 dozen fressh Lobsters and Salnion, in I
and 2 lb. esin.
5 dizen awsried F.xtracts.
8 dozen1s assorted l'reserves and Jelice..
10 cames Preserved Ginger.
80 dozen very stperior sllstaid.;j
33 dozen njtk% e*'s arid A ndrew's cele brated
Chenical Yeast Pemders.
-12 M6-pound boxes phre Sup-r Carbonate So
da. in I poumnd paperr.
10 36-poind boxes superlor dotrble-refint-d
'earldhls Sahratus, in I pound.pa2
3 26-pounl boxes pulverized Cream 'ri Ir,
in I >oud panners.
25 20-posnnd , . e- psre ground Pepper, Gin
gi r, Cinsmmsit und Allspice, in I- 1
200 sacks gronmd Rock Falt, for dairy and
10 boxes Macaroni and Verreicelli.
50 boxes Soda, Sugar, Butter, Lemon, Pie
Nic, Cream. Doston, California and
Wosden Wart-and Hollow Ware.
l'ssbacco anad Segars.
Nutmegs, Cloves; 3Mae, Ctyene Pep.
per, Rite Flour French Muih0tard,
Iaisiss, soft slieli and piper shellAl
irotids, Nuts, &c.
All the above gixrds, togethe'r w'ith a variety
of othwer articles, lr.rvo been carefully selected
by oie of the firm, issid ire ofered for sale at
the lowest market priuces.
MULLER & SENN.
Oct. 1j, bQ. 4 L.
.M1anufiacturcr and Dealer in
Carriages and Harnesi
OF every description, Nos 121, Meeting street,
ansd 33 Wentworth street. next to lte u1. stand
of (i;lberis & Chapin, Cliar-stion, S. C.
WM. I IUNrTHt. may be found at th
tnie l tiljmr Emi hi. taknsa this as etiod isy
assure his friesdW that all orders entrusted to
him n ill be atte'nded to prunritly and with strict
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
W. J. Jacobi & Son,
W. J. J As4.On. NAVIIAN IEJL J A COB"
(srvVE.'rn sTont E A*1oVE tA RK ET-STRE.ET.)
Importers and D dalers in
Forigma & Domsctic Dry Goods
$3" Our castni-rs are enssured Moderate
Ratesa and a strict adhesrance to the Onse Price'
ery libseral patronsage heroforie
mids and the public thast for the
egilant thasn ever itr cnterfo
N BlROG AIV.
!ians,b -11,7 712 and 8-313 -
B~rsgas, (i-I 1, '7.12 and 8.I-.
1st ands 2d1 qualitly
or mi March last, before thre great rise itr
buyinug at last prices.
Ii uatities to supply a large demand- from
rents lloots, Shoes and J#rogeas, !.all the
Intirely new in this rrrarket.
I Clogs, Rtubber Clogs and S ,ndalsa
'bratued H lAY WVA RI F'ACTOR'N
ench T1ies, Philadelphia Made
>ster ds. do.
icy Boots and Brogans
rus and Slippers.
Gaiters, to be sold 50 per cent below the'
BAGS, SATCHELS, VALISES, HA'LY
1' BAGS, &c. &o.
and retail, at
ts abov'e the Merchants Hotel, same side.'
N & BARUJC,
FON, S, C.
receeing a lag~e utd wvell asstvedttstk d
GOODS,,comsprlaing a great valisty of
) -PA11IAN -MAMBLE WARE
G A *CASES~
ta and..Erpn1 a.-' aa.-Maa