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Of the Western Board of Commission
era of Roads for Clarendon County.
Western Boafd bf Commissioners of Roads
for Clarendon County, inet this day at Brad
In, vi. : W. R. U. Richardson, Chairman,
. C. Richardson. R. J. Manning.J. S. Tindal
P. b. Butler, M1. II. Connors, John 0. llrock'
W. W. Owens and J. Harvey Diiglc, Jr., (J.
Henry Colclog wh and It. IlHarvib, absent), when
the Clerk and 'reasurer submitted the follow.
%stern Board of Commissioners of Roads
for Clarendon County in account current with
-I. B. Brogdon. Clerk and Treasurer, for the
yearkommencing 12th Aughst, 1852, and up to
8th August 1853.
August 3, Tosam't rec'd of W. F.
Butler T. C. for assess.
ment Aug. 1852. 10 pr ct
including Sh'ff's receipt
for 4 09 this tay, - $195 23
" 'To aM't rec'd of W. F.
Butler on last year, 1 3.
Aug. 8, By balance due by
the Board August
12, 1852. $48 35
Interest .on $31 05
one year of the
above. - 2 25
By amt paid Adver
tising report 1852. 2 00
By ait paid J. H1.
Dingle, Jr. acet.
for plank, 14 00
By amt refunded W.
F. Butler for last
year's Shfl receipt
for which he says
he paid cash, G 13
By Clerk and Treas
urer's Salary up to
10th Aug. 1853, 40 00
By Shif''s rec'pt not
collected this year, 4 09
By balance cash" in
hand this day, 8th
August, 1853. 80 77
The following resolution passed by ihe Board
6th August, 1853.
Resolved, That the Clerk and Treasurer's
Report be received.
1 I. B. BROGDON, Clerk & Treas.
Com'rs. of Roads.
Clarendon, August 8th, 1853.
Of . W. Stuckey, Secretury and
Treasurer in Account with Sulem -Board
Connissioners Cross Roads.
1852. Dr. Cr,
Oct. 18, To cash in hand, $114 4G
'. 19, To cash received
for fine of With
ington Stuckey, 8 00
" " By cash received
for fine of D. S.
Stuckey, - - 4 00
20, By. cash paid Joel
Brown, - - - $5 00
Dec. 17, By cash paid G.
W. Cooper, - - - 2 10
"4 25, By cash paid B.
J. Barnett, - - - 25 00
.3lareh 2, By cash paid
" " W. J. Fr-ancis, - - 5 13
"G" By cash paid
Gilert & Fraser, 1 25
Aug. 23, To cash rec'd.
from . McCalluin, 1'. C. 179 61
Oct. 17, By cummissions on
receiving $191 61
; et2 1-2 per cent. - - - 4 79
* " By commissions on
paying out #G4 53
at 2 1.2per cent. - - 1 01
*4 To balance on hand, . . 335 12
- 306 07 $30G 07
. W. STUCKEY,
Sec'y. & Treas'r.
Nov. 23, t53. 4
Executors, 8 D,
InlI be4ma~ . at ths laores!ider ca of Dr. R.
Xildow, en 'vewsdy, the 6tidC. December
Sall the 1ovisions; CORN, FODDER,
* J4SgRCE, &c.., and COTTON, SEED.
so, a complets set of Ca rp>enter's Tools, and
iichi6ce lot of Plough and Vagon Lumber.
G. C. MULDROW,
Nov. 23, 1853, 4 e
Columbia, November 15. 1853.
The Memzbers of the Staff- of His Ex
cellency, JOhN L. MANNING. Conmmiandera
m-,nChief, will report themselves at Head
quarters, in Columbia, on Saturday, the 3d
B y order of the Commander in-chief.
MATHEW IRVINE KEITH,
Nov 23 4 2t
TO BE SOLDt
N Wenesaythe 4th day of January
nex. I will sell at the late residence
of Elizabeth McCallum dec'd, near Field's
Bridge in Darlington District the tract of
land wvhereon the deceased resided cont
taining' about six hundred and forty acres.
Persons2wishing to examine said place
- /oleaseicall upon Mr. T1 J. Stokes upon
the premises. The day following-say on
Tuesday. the 5th day of January, I will
sell at Bishopville in Sumter District, Qo
Hundred acres of Land belonging to the
Estate of said deceased, lying on the pub.
hic road leading from Stokes' Bridge to
Camden, bounded by lands of Mrs. Bram
Ilt, Capt. W. Kelly and others.
*2$Terms will be liberal and made known
o.. nday of sale.
'WiLLIAM ROGERS, Ex'or.
Blshopville, 17th Nov., 1853. 4 6t
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
EVERGREEN AND FLOWERING
SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC.
SAll the most desirable varieties of Fruit
TREES, rare Evergreen and deciduous
Threes, flowering Shrubs and Roses, Straw.
berries, Asparagus Roots, Rhuh~arb plants, &c.,
are now for sale at tis establishimeut, on reas
- nable terms.
Mr. JAMES CHIAMMOND, one of ihec pro.
prietors. will have a collection of the same, at
the old Post Office, in rear of Messrs, Allen &
Philli ps, for thue inspecction of purchasers, where
- he will be happy to serve thenm with the best
'grown articles in his line, during and after the
scoid week of the Session of the Legislature.
Ciologues sont to all potpaid applications.
Address, SUMMER & CRAMMOND,
Iov. 23 '' 4 Ponmaria, 8. C.
r ~prsons having demands against the
a of Mrs. E. Connors, deceased, are
~j~q~Io~d'to hand them in properly attest
aeI n'd these indehted wvill please make
rnditt payment to
~~ 'T. H. CONNORS, Adlm'r. -
14,1853. 3 tf
So .Carolina----Sumter Disl
By IV. Lewis, Esquire, Ordinary for gaid Di
Whereas, E. Barnes, hath applied to m
for Letters of Administrahton, oi all an
singular the goodls and chattels, tights an
credits of Daniel McLeod, lato uf the Distric
There are, therefore, to cite and admonish al
and singular, the kindred and creditors of th
said deceased; to be and appear before n-.e a
our next Ordinary's Court for the sald District
to be holden at Sumter Coiart Ilouse on Frida
the 2nd day of Decembet next, to shew cause.i
any, why the said administration should not b
Given under my hand and seal, this 2091
day of November in the year qf our Lord
[r.. s.] one thousand eight hundred and fifty
three, and in the 78th year of Aviteticti
W. LEWIS, o. s. D.
Nov. 19th, 1853. 4--2t
So. Carolina---Sumter Dist
Whereaq, Win. I.ewis ha'h applied to in
for Letere f Administration on all and sin
gular the goods and chattels, rights and credit
of Miss A. Barret, late of the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite anti admonislial
and singular, the kindred and creditors of th,
said deceased, to be and appear before mei a
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District
to be holden at Sumter Court House on Frida
the 28th day of Octoter in't; to show cause. i
nny, why the said administration should not b
Given under my hand and seal, this 201
dJay of November in theo year of otu
1.. s.1 Lord, one shousatd eight huedred aml
fifty-three and In thu 78th year o
W. J. SINGIA-,TON, a. c. rg.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 20...1853. 4 2t
So. Carolina----Sumter Dist
By WV. LEWIS, Esq., Ordinaryfor saii
Whereas, Wmll. Lewis, hath applied te
me for Letters of Administration, on al
and singular the roods and chattels, right
and credits of Robert D. Bradford, 'at(
of the said District, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ibh all atd singular, the kindred and credi,
tors of the said deceased, to be aind appeni
before tme at our next Ordinary's Court foi
the said District, to he holden at Sutntei
Court House on Friday the 2nd day o
December next.. to show cause, if any, why
the said admiistration should not b(
Given under my hand an( seal, thh
20th day of Noveinber in the year o
[L. S.] our Lord, one thousand eight htin.
tired and fifty-threc, and in the
78th year of American Indepen.
W. J. SINGLlTON, c. c. rs.
Olerk's Office, Nov. 20, 153. 4 2t
In Equity---Su mter Distric1
J. Sidney MlcFaddin -
In pursnance of an order in this case, I
will offer at public sale, on the first Mon
day in DECl M-1ER next, at Sumter
Court I louse, at a price of not less than
FIV', DOLLAS11 per acre, a tract ot
Lntid, belonging to the estate of Airs.
Sarah J. acFaddin, deceased, sipposeI
to contain about seven hundred acres, ir
Salem, in said District, bounded by lands
of Rlohert Josey, Hophin Daniels, Mrs
Mary Wilson, and G. W. Cooper. le.
fore the sale, ihe land will be nurveyed,
and will be sold according to the plat.
'Elss:-So much cash as will pay the
costs of the proccedin s, and as will be
equal to the purchase- mney of two hin.
dred and fifty acres. 'llte balance payabc
in two equal itistalinents, tihe first in three
years, and the second i:: four years from
the day of sale, with interest from the clay
of sale on the whole patyable anitnua!y, tint
the whole is paid. The purchaser to give
bond wit h good surety andi as to.r'gage ol
If the putrchaser desires he can obtain
loan of all the cash port ion of the putrchiast
mioney, except what is stlicienct for the
costs, by giving bonid with gmood surety atn.
paying for thce draft ing thereof.
Ci.om. Eiq. S. I.
N"ov. 10. 183 3 t
In Equity---Sumter District
John Rt. Blroughttonm, )
Letitia 11. Blroughtoni, & |
Margaret L. Broutghiton,
Byv their necxt friend } IBlLL.
James IR. JDrock,|
Epsey lE. Biroughton.J
I N pursuance of an ot dtr in thle abore
stated catse, I will oT--r at pubilic sale, or
the first Nlenday in Dl:CEMBER1'~ next, al
Suniter Co urt I louse, t hat P lati n uor0
TPract of L antd, estimiatedm tc contazin abul
Six Thsousandi acres, lyinig in Clarendom
County, Smtnter District, at or near F'iltor
Post Ollice, beloniginig to the late Edwart
Broughiton, juntior, deceased, ande upor
which lie resided at the tune of his deathI
Not to be sold for less than seven thousanid
seven htuntdred and litty dlolherS.
Upon the premises is a G RtISTI MII
in good conditicon, and a SA WV Al L L,
which is not in runntinig order. T1h<
streama uponi which these Mi ls are lucatet
is ant unfihnig one and is very valuabiale.
The lands lie upon the Waterce Swamp
containing both lowy and high lands, anc
afiordmng an uinsutrpassed range for stock
of all kmnds--the whole cnistittuting one o1
the mn St valuatble Plantations ever offeret
for sale in Sumter District.
A plat of the land wvillI be In the handch
of the Commuiissioner, showitig its extent.
TrEnlls:-Onie foturth part of the purchtase
money to be plaid in cash; the batlantce pay.
able im one, two and three years, with in.
terest front the day of sle--the purchacsei
40 give bondl andt persontai seccunty, anda
mortgage ot tie land for the credit portion
of the said ptirchase money.
W. F- B. I1AYNSWORTIT,
. omssoe tn Equity.
A LL personis having demnands againust
the Estate of Mr. I harvey Skinner, dec'd,
are requested to hand them int properly at.
tested to Ihe subscriber ; atnd all thoso in.
debted will make itmmediate payment
R. M. SKINNER,
July 20th, 1853 38-3m0
GEORGE W. FITZ WILSON,
MR. F. purposes spending a short time in
Sumsterville,,and respeettinlly solicits the patron
age of its citizens. A few specimens of hi,
style can be seen in the Grand .Jury Room ir
the Court House, and he respectfully invitel
the publio to call and examine them.
Oct 19.. an ntp,
'~iSheriff 's Sales,
S Y virtu- or sundry Executions to me
direct6d, vill be sold at Sumter Court
D House, on the let Monday and day follow.
ing In Decomber next, within legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the
following property. Purchasers to pay for
I titles :
3 Defendant's interest in One tract of land
t in Clarendon, adjoining lands of, and where
defendant resides, levied upon as the prop
g erty of W. F. Butler, at the suits of J. S.
& L. Bowie, J. J. Berry and E. 1). Pringle
One lot and buildings thereon in Sum
terville, adjoining lands of -, and where
C. T. Mason did live, levied upon as the
property of A. Chisholm. at the suils of
Harral, Hare & Co., J. Stevens, Pierson
& Jennings, E. C. Tharin, F,. Carson, B.
taves, J. C. Ilaynsworth, F. J. Deschamps
L. Loring, J. C. Bell.
One lot and buildings thereon in Sum
terville, adjoining lands Of -, and opposite
P. SMyers' Hotel, levied upon as the prop
erty of A. Ch isholm, at the suits of I larral
flare &. Co., J. Stevens. Pierson & Jell
nings, E. C. Tharin, E. Carson, B. Eaves,
J. C. Ilaynsworth, F. J. Deschamps, L
Loring and J. C. Bell.
One lot and buildings thereon in Sum
terville, adjoining lands of -, and where
deft now lives, levied upon as the property
of A. Chisholn, at tile suits oi- Harri,
I lare & Co., . Stevens, Pierson & Jen
nings, E. C. Tharin. E. Carson, B. Eaves,
J. C. Ilaynsworth, F. J. Deschamps, L. Lo
ring, and J. C. Bell.
One tract of 300 acres of land in Clar
endon, mdjoining lands of Iknbow, John
It. King, and \V. 11. McKnight, levied up
on as the property of J. 11. J)ingle, Jr., at
the suit of A. & E. T. I iggino.
One lot and buildings thereon in Sum
terville, adjoining lands of, and where Miss
E. Kenney lid live, levied upon as the
property of V. S. Hoyt, at the suit of E.
Salisbury, Pringle, Graham, & Co.
One tract of 600 acres of land in Clare
mont, adjoining lands of 11. Curhett, 1).
Davis, et al., levied upon, as the property
of Thos. Hancock, at the suit of E. Du.
rant & Co. itr-cM in ,
-Defendants itbrest in one tract of land
in Salem, adjoining lands of E-. Durant
and E st. of J. MlcLendon, levied upon as
the property of Isaiah McCoy, at the suit
of 0. 1. IfcRoy. Will be o!d at the risk
of the fornier purchaser.
Lot and iiildings thereon in Suniter
ville, adjoiniing lands of -, and near tle
Presbyterian Church and where Mr. Lucas
now lives, levied upon as the property of
F. K. Mayrant, at the suit of If. J. Hlayns
Lot and buildings thereon in Sinter
ville, adjoining lands of -, and icar the
Presbyterian Church, aind where Mr.
Holhes now lives. levied upon as the pro
perty of F. K. Mayrant, at the suit of 11.
One tract of 100 arres (if land oinre or
less in Clarendon. adjoinmg lands of, levied
upon as the lroperty of 11. 11. Iuinnonis,
It the' suit of Win. Lewis.
1 Iorse, and 1 negro levied onl as the
property otf Jhn Ballard, (Clarendon,) at
the suits of T. Lynn, J. D. Jones and \V.
1 Negro, levied ont as the property of G.
W. Bihiups, at the suit of Wi. Webb.
2 hlorses, 1 Ilaronch .ij i.ariess, I cart
I wagon, Cattle, Io igs. latation Tools,
louse and Kitchein Furniture. levied on
as the property of W. F. Butler, at the
sits of J. S. & L. B4owie, E. 1). Pringle
& Co., and J. J. Berry. Horses Barouch
and Wagon, will' be sohl Im Suimttet-v1iie
the other things will be sold at.L defeidant's
residence in Clarendon on Tuesday, the 6ti
I horse levied on as the property of J.
F. Bardford, at the snit of C. T. Mlason.
Stock in Store and h'nrniture, levied on
as the property of J. ii. Clhark, at ihe snits
of Julin Ilelinuger, ). .1. Wtinn, 1. If IVil.
liamis & Co., 2 cass l :aseltine & \ValIton
2 cases, Wt. & J1. F:. Aetger, Wtiley, Batmks
& Co., Chtall'e, St. Amnand anid Crioft
7 hlorses, 2 wagonis, itterest ini I neg.ro,
levieon aIlis the ptrop~erty of A.(i Ci~sobni,
at thle suits of F:. C. Thulirin, Piersont &
Jleninigs, J. J . Chiandler, . Cairson, llenj.
Lives, J. C. I IaynlsworthI, IE. Sal shiury, .
3I Negroes, levied onl ais the prolperty of
Jo~hn A. ColcloughI, at. the sulit of Jas. 13.
1 1 h'trne and 16 Negroes, levied on as tile
propleri y of .1. HI. lOmgle Jr.,a;t thle sitis oh
A. 4- E. S. I liggins, John .\ladisoln, C. C.
itatgii, W. Wi tcher, B. lThomias aind Joel
2 holrses, levied on as the properly of ..
1B. N. IhInimet, at thle suits of J1. Alh. Nel
son, A. Chiisnohn, J. J. Aliller, U3. R. Leak
adimr. 2 cases.
Saddles aiiid liarnesses, levied on as the
property of Lewis Johnson, at the suits of
A. Chtishon 2 cases.
2 1 Iorses, leviedl on ats the property of
FEhiabethi Mlcbeod, at the suit ofI At. lootm
1 Negro, lovled on as the property of
F. K. Mlayratnt, at tihe suit of 11. J. 1IHyrs
5 Negroes levied on as the property ofi
Wt. Ii. P'riigle, at. thte smits of Buirekoiver
& ilailey,4' cases, I larral, I hire & Co. and
AlcCarter & Allen.
One negro 'eviedl uipon as thle proptertyV
tf E. I). Pringle, at tile suits oh Th. I).
F'riersonr, Join G. Rlaflimdi, S. E. Plowi~deii.
2 1horses, levieid ont as thei property oif
Johii S. Rich, at the suit of Rt. S. P'omerov.
1 Negro levied on as the property of
Robert. Weeks, at. the suit of the State.
1 Negro levied oit as the property of RI.
J. Wtithe~rspoonii, at the sutits ofhn Ch~ (Iina,
btury, Clark & Bhrothier, itid Rt. J. AlcCleary
anid wtife, A. J. Mloses.
Six negroes. levied on as t he plroperty
J. hI. IDiinge Jr., to Foreclose a Mlor igge
givein by J. II. Diigle Jr. to J, HI. Umgi~ie
Sr. and Wmt. Webb.
I Negro, levied ont ats the properly of
Theodore IR. Berry, at the suits of TPhos.
Hl. Osteenl, and J. W. Kelley.
1 Negro levied oil ais the property of
Johnt W. Ervini, at the suits I). S. Sar
gent, F'. WV. Fraser, E:. ). Prmiigle 4- Co.
Will be sold at thte risk of the formtier plur
Sante Negro, levied on as th.e property of
Johni W. Ervin toc Forceclose a Mlortgage
giveni by J. W. Ervin to Joseph AMontgoim.
1 hlorse Jersey Wagon levied ott as thte
property of Johni T. Tlrappi, at the souit of
B. '. IPemlck.
J. C. RIHJAMAE, s. s. n.
Nov, 12, 185:3. 3-3t
BY H. L. BUTTERFIE LD.
IMeetiuag-St., Oliiarliestom, S, O
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
JUST RECEIVED) and for sale how by
RIBUTLER & NRWI3'tYt.
SALE OF VALUABLE WANW'
In Equity-.-larion Dist.
J. J. Harlice and wife
v . Bill for sale of
R. J. Scarborough. Land.
II pursutance of decretal order of the
Court of Eqluity in this case, I Will oP'er
for sale ait larsoin Court Ilouse door, be
twveen tie usual hours of sale,on the first
Mlonday in Decerber next, tlr followinn
valuable tracts of laind.
All that Plantation belinIgiug( to tie late
A. L. Scarborough, deceaised, Fsitua:te oil
Catfish, wiliin a half Inile of* the Villagce
of* Marionr, bounded oi the kothr hv tihe
WIjiington and MaIN inchester Rail load,
contammgiuir about sevenlteen hundred acres,
of whichs abhout seven hundred are cleared
anid in high stalte of cult Ivatiol. Oil tile
preiiscs are two Jhvelling llotuse, Gin
Ilouse, Negrm louses, anrId till the out
builings necessary for large Planting in.
About three Iundred Acres of Land ly
ing South of t le Vilninrgto ani lanl
chester Rail Ruril, and in tihe imnediate
vicinity of the Village.
Termns of sale, orne-fortlh Cash, for the
bahince, a credit of one, two, and three
yea* rs. in equal annuaI isenns, Interest
front tire dah of sa'e payable innua11.llv.
Purchasern to r;ve od w:th approved
persoa'al siretis and a IMortgage of tIre
prernrises, and to pay for paper-..
C. D). iEVANS,
Coim. inl I.i(puity.
Commissioner's Office, .P
Marion C. 11., Oct. 1, 853.m
Oct 5 49 td
All persons having demamids against the
Estate of the late Col. John .1. Moore of
Suimter District, are reqiuested to hand
then in properly attested to the subscri
bers, and all those indebted will mrake
payment to tie miamne.
.. . 31001(1p, ( Executors.
AIlarcih 15th, 11"3:j 20-tf
Fall Goods! Fall Goods!
tUIt'LIIt & N E.WEltY would respcirtfolly
inform tiir frientd:' and, Iim l jI hlic giierally,
that thy i have iut reccived a large and wetL d:
lected Stock Id'
FALL AND IWINTER GOODS,
eimbraing every riuality and sile of L ADIES'
DREISs GO00 D-S : I Iiv.'yy tmomtlt, &., I riu'er
ivs, Ilucoiom an1d Sthos 'o 'if 'ere desctription;ilatemt
ryle Ilnts rand ('apg; Ila r tare and Crockery
Revaly% 31:nle e'ltin ,c. etc., to Which they
partiiihirly invite attntilion.
- -% I.S
A lot of C'1101EI .:(AItS.
Oct 5- if
OTICE IS IlERIl-h. GIVEN to old
iens.4Ilutomers aId thre conriiniity genlerally "
that liv thme 2011h imst., I will have i;n store
a full stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
in my1v line, coisistinir of C. 1111S, CAS
S.ANIEI1S, and VESTINGS, of every I
II A T S , C.\l'S, &c.; 1V"NE LNPIN
SillllTS, DR AW ERS. SUSPEND)EliS,
l1AlALI 110 O ": ( 1AVl.ES arnd CRAVATS 4
(if every dese ri plioni; with a coitplete as
Ready Mlade 4'i7ihing,
carefully selected iII the iltanorc and
New York narkets. 6
1). J. WINN.
St (0, 1653,
No. 61n 1-2 East-IItay, .ipposite P. & 3M. hlank,
('IlA Rt.L I'ON, S ('.
IHe keels. conrstivr 1 for saleI,. a t~eneral a mssort -
inen of l'ins arndm (ils of aill kinds, Wisrilow
(ls rtu~mnI Saties, Spirits Turrtenuiine, ( ami
phenet, Spirit Ga:s. Tal low, G rindustonre's, (or
n., ('hmin I'nmnps, I 'otton toot G ~in Fixtuires,
Glu--, Pacming i airnitl irinahems of variours
Oct. 2G, Ib53 52 6im
Respect.e fuilly informi thre lie-de of SNum
tir lirric thrit hne ins just rece irI anid
nool iers for meale Kh esr i senlecmtedt nnml J
most chroice stock-l of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Thlat caninot hie suirpased~i by any thin in this
matrket. Itb . as receit imnly snew styh-sn
xilhichl puri srs nan iiuil dlo wel 1 tminrie hie
6erre heymir else wherne.
\' E S TI I N G S.
A full anml hI.r~e- emipply of I tosiiry, $hirii,
l)ran er', Glote.'s Suspjendrs, t:ravals, I tunI
kerhii'ei, & c. .V i.,
A larei irssoertmentm of I~ allY S 3Al) . C I..
TIIl.NG, n hieti will bi'e ilt loiw.
Ci .manrment. iaat~iinfatud by ti hessri
her, and wn rrante iit-o give sati i facti oin. Or
dens from . asistnce pirompitly tiitende io.
A. AN DERSOL8N.
Ocet. 25th, is853 tf
lit TLE I& N I 'i tltY havi e rseoved fromi
tir fomr n t re oine formerly i rniediii
biy I. I). lPR IN \(-Ej & CO.), one door N.orsth of
I". IIOV'"S Jewelry Siiore, where th)'ey would
tie pleaeid Ino seer thneir friesrnd mi enistomiiei.
Ocn 5, '853'. -19 if
Fine Segars and Garden
CKepticonstnly on Irand liy
D)XltGAN & CO.
LAT i IlL E FIR3! OF IlCKSON & LATTA
Wmssothl respecifilly inform Iris friien andi the
dtubilicgeineally. trhat lie is niowe r'eeiing a via
risty of I IA VV andl FANCY UIIOC lRIES,
wheeihet he sell low foir shc~, aet ithe stand formier
ly occupii'ed biy I:. Wm. limniey andsi nearoly 01p
posie wn here P'lansters Ibiote uind.
Niev 2 1 t15.i
A N D)
WVILMllNGTON, N. C.
Auig9, 41 ly
NEATLY EXECUTED~ AT TIIUS OFFICE~
PLANTATION AND MILLS
The sit hscriber ofTers for sale hip Plantation B
ard Mills irn Sumter District, situated on Big
Raftin Creek, fourteen muiles below Camden,
mund six, fron Iloykin's Turn Out, containing
(167-1) sixteen hundred and sevetiy-fontI acres,
between four and five hundred acres cleared
nd under feneo, the balance in fine timber.
On the premies is a good two story dwelling,
with all the necessary iiliuld ings orit well settled
Plantationl, nat of whici, have been erected
within the last few years. On the northern ex
Ireminty of the tract is another settlement in S
good repair. Both plares are perfectly healthy.
Also-Ain excellent (bit Mill, with two pair
af stones, and a Saw Alill, capable of cutting
shout ono thousand feet of Imnier per day.
With tie Plantation will lie sold (if tesired)tire
stock of cattle, Ilogs ann Sheep, together with
1 l'rovision Crop. If sold immnnediately, pokh
ression will be given on tie first of Jatnuary,
The terisR artl other particulars may be ob
tained from the subscriber on the premises, or
y letter directed to Boykin's Depol, Camden
B1ranch of 8. C. It. R.
Sumter Dist. S. C. Oct. 12, 50 3m
Look Out For Bargains!
NEARLY OPPOSITE TIIE TOWN HALL.
111 subscribers are opening and receiv.
itg a fresh and very large assortment
>A every description of GoolTs to suit the F,
:ountry trade, which will be soli as low as
:an lie bought. itn any market for ctsh;
r.reat pains has been taken in laying in tire
gtock. Our stock of Ladies' Dress Goods
I complete, emrbracing every article in
.heir litre. Aleo, Realy Made Clothinai-.
llats and Caps, Boots arid Shoes, &c. &c.
X1 we ask is for buyers to call and exam.
tie for themaselves. D04XWe especially
nvite lite attention of Planters to our NE
'RO GOODS, Kerseys, Plains, Linseys,
Xoolseys, 1Blankcts, Shoes, and fats.
bloney can be saved by calling on us as G
mir STOCGK IN LA RUE and twe are de- St
ermined to Sell. 1I3
TINI)AL & VATSON.
Sept. 21, 1853. 47 tf in
anuifacturer and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
rF every description, Nos 121, Meetir sitrent,
Lull 33 Wetntwvorit street, next to tie oltd stand
if llpwrts% & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
WM. It. HitNTEI(, Imay e frounid at tite
Lhove liepo!itory, nru lie takes this nerthod to
osure his friends that all onrlers entrusted to
rimt will be atrended to promptly and with strict
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
White Goods, (
CHIIEA 'ER TillN EVFER.
YIllTPE CAMBRIC MUSLIN, at 18 3.4 a
3uperior giality White Cambric anil Jazc
net Cambric, at 25, 31 1-4.,:37 1-2 and
43 :I-4 etc,
riperor Inda Mull Muslinrs,
)sw.iSs anil Ilook 1mislitis at 12 1-2, 18. 25,
31 1--1, 37 1-2. ani 50 oents,
lest qualitiei of Bishop lAWiS,
:ross bar'd White Camibrics, at 10, 12 1.2,
and 1 :1-4 ets,
'ross bar'dl White Carnbrics, extra fine, at
25,:31 1-4 anI 37 1-2 ets,
Ulso open a choice assortment of MUSLIN
BROIDPEti ES, at
V. J. JACOBI &. SON,
221 Kinr.st., (nlind) app. tihe 1Bit Boot
7rench Muslin Embroideries
I.mdsrome Embroid'd Muslin SLE'EVS,
at :17 and 50 cts,
tich Embroidered Lace Sleeves, at $1
-',tra Pine Lrmbroideored Muislin Sleeves
.at 8:3 andr .3 501,
i richi a'-sortmeitnt of WVorked Muslin Fri!kr
at S1 and.41i 25,
W. J1. JACOBI & SON,
221 King st. (bend) 01pp. thre big Birot.
Cheap Goods Now Open,
200f D)OZEN W omen's Cotton 11OSE,
ru ar for 25 cenits,
dlen' B Irnwn halt Honse, at 6 1-1) cents a D~
[.1 -lo zs. Meni's mrixed half Ilose, at 0 1-2 in
:enits a pair thi
X comitplete assortment of Glents. iShirts, in
[801 doze. fine qua~rlity Lotlies miode colors fra
Ilarse, art 12 1-2 cenrts in
IBx tnr ality Imas~ k .Bo rdearead Frenrch or
TIowels, att 9:175 cenrts. ia drrzen la
Wh itne Lmnirs lfor hurinrgs,zat 12 1.2 a o
lirowan Linear., tat 12 1.2 cetis
W. J. JACOBI & SON, D
201 King st. (biend) rrpp tire Big Boot,.~
A IL lipersions indtebted to thre Estate of
lIev. Jlamres Newhiery, ndeccasedl, erthrer bry toa
\'role or Aecotut. will uirike iammerdiate pay- bl
ii-.i t. A ndr those hravintg dlerands aguaist
Ire sniame will rendrer thremi ini proprerly ait..
estedr withinn lregal t imie to
A. AletCAIN NEWnEII',Y n
SA1UEl, C. GiIAM\\,' oft
A pr il 206 h, 1 51 20.-t r o
G-&' JDarlingtonr Flag please copy
$1,50 Mferchants Hotel, $,150
R EDUCTIION IN BIOARLO.
~ lilALL. tnot lie suarpanssed by ainy TWO11
DO1IbA R 110USE in thre City;--will
iot proure imuch, tandl performr lesns.
JAM1ES ML llURST,
Chrarlestoun, Sept, 29, 1853. 48 2mn --
W. Jr Jacobi & 5on,
V. J. JAciiim. NATtnANJEL. JACOBI
NO. 221 KING-STRtEET,
sEVENrn s'ron AntOVE MiARK ET-sTrrEET.)
Imupor-ters and Dealers in frn
Foreiglul & Domentic Dry Goods -y
Wr.Y Our ctrstomrers are ensrrredl Morderate
Taes anrd a strict adhleranrce to the Oine Pr.ice 00
THE sunbscriber respectfully informsc
th public thrat hae has thre best packC
rf Dogs ira thre State, for hunritinag Runaways,-.o
rNill huniat at $5 per dray aind $25 if the negro is
aught, or half that amiouint if run in. Arddress thn
Rt. A. MEL.TON, tIn
M'Irchrantst Illufi, P. 0., S. C.
Oct. 5, 1853. 49 thj
Thre subscriber having discontinued the Druig
Ininitess will devoate hris whole time to tire prac.D
ice of medicenae. Thaoee wishring hris profession- A.0
dl survices will find haim at all times at his resl
lence in tihe Villegd.
R. S.MELETT, M. D. D
.Tan. 10 1853, It_.1.
0 .. ; i
AT T1E OLD STAND OF A. J. & P. .OSEE.
HAS As t received.and offers for sale, at Charleston prices [freight inbluded) SERVANTd
LANI Ts, dit $ 50 each, good andl heavy.
Iheavy ''illed Ited Flannels, 31 1.4 cents per yard
Sattine ts, Kerseys, &c., a full assortne-nt, some as Io as 10 2-3 cents;
Georgia Kerseys and Plains--Seley 's manufacture;
Molls. Delains, at 12 1.2, 18 3-4, 25 certs;
Prints, Domenstics, &e., of all prices and qualitles*
Carpeting, at W,750 , 1 00, 81 12 cents;
CG- .M cD (X U8 UaU 3 O ca
Pickled l eef, Smoked and 1'icled 'tongfes, Mackerel, Salmtond, Lobsters, Sardines, &c
Igar, Coiee, acornt.. Flour,.Lard, Butter, lice, Molasses, Sit, &c., &c.,
800 Pat'ku Fire Crackers, for the Boy*
20,000 Segnrs-cloice brands.
Ills heavy stock, and good assortment are too well known to reqtiire enumeration;
A FULL AND GbN kiiAi- ASSORTMENT.
sortment conplete, together with every description of Goods to suit the etountry trade, which
ii be sold as )ow as can be bought in any market for cash, or to approved purchasers, on times
irchasers will finl it to thir advantage as neli ais mine,,to call on me before purclhasing. My
ek is large, embractig " Any thing and Every thitig"
on won 2 amas
000 pounds wanted, for which the highest market price will he paid, eiths
er in Cash or Merchaddize.
One Hundred Dozen Eggg Wanted,
r which over the market pricev will be paid in barter.
Oct. 27, 1853- 52
DRY GOODS FOR CASII,
253 & 255, King-Street, Charleston, S. C.
e are receivmg our ustail large supply of V aney and Stapic Dry
0ods--Also, Plantatiora Goods of every variety, consisting of
per DUFFIL BLANKETSi 51ACKINA W DITTO; OSNABURGS; GEORGIA.
2AINS; RSEYS: STRIPE-IS, PRINTS, &c. &c,
We still adhere strictly to the Onac Price system. Our goods are all
irked in plain figrutre, and our terms enable us to sell, I ERY ARTICLE, at thd
alA LLEST POSSIBLE PROFIT.
S'TElRMS CASH OR CITY ACCEPA"P'ACE.
W. G. BANCROFT & CO.
263 and 253 King Street, one door below Wentworth.
September 10, 1853. 40 4m
DR. W. JAS. DARGAN, & CO.
DR UGIS TS,
One Door West of A. J. IVioses' New Store.
Offers for sale oi reasonable terms,a choice
nd well selected stock of
Ibmicals, Evan's Lancets, Perf'umery,
)ye-Stuffs, Silver Lancet Cases. Flavoring Extracts,
Paints and Oils, Scarificators, Gelatine, (variety)
Window Glass, Stomach Pumps, Hair Oils,
Spirit Gas, Breast Do. Fancy Soaps,
Best Vinegar, 'Brushes, (all kinds) Pens and Inko
Varnishes, Possaries, Trusses, Toilet comby
Shaving Creams, Paper, (variety) Lemon Syrup!
COLD-DRAWN CASTOR OIL.
est quality of MCdeira and Polrt Wine and French Br ndyn
For Medical purposes Expressly.
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Thomsonian and Patent Medicines.
ogether with a variety of other articles, comprisin~g the stidc
of Drugist or Physician.
R-f' All order's put up with neatness and despatch.
May 24th, 1853. -O-0-tf' 4:
DYSPEPSIA! NE!T R
3A.NBE CUJRED! a/idDo ot ft4 onHi
L ORNl ~IE' llAU DiE vIE," or Ialsam of 41erlopsdTidl&Waot.;4
e mt. after a trial of upwardls of twetytt year. IH usrbrwtl cpdtal n
a great variet y of en-es, ontfalenitly offi.red Id lr thciiesoSuerileaI
public, espea-ially to thiose afflicted with the
st clistressing complaint, as a sure and speedy tepbi eealta ehsoeca
je-f for their sutlerinags. teaoepaeagnrlasrmn f
Rleadl the follow ing certificates. They a~ rye ndIttr n heIht n
un gentleaman of high smantiing andl residinag Cp.J~rlae rcev~ae c c
your lrmaeliate. vicinity. Theny are but oneAsoAChceltfFaniyGcrisf
t w. of the niany in ouar possession all extoll
the liemthg virtuets of tihis, (to use the wordls eeydirpin ahFuto aiu
a grateful l)ispeptic who was cured by. int sc sOagsApeLto
) tmost preciouas cauipounal.&c&.,hihleil llvrlo fo
'erti/icate from thse Reav. Hfartwell Spain. Ca.
S3wrav t..,. s. C. .Jan. 13th 1853...RRR'.
hr. ('Als. DFz.on..
tar Sir: -Last Sprinag I tisetd two smiall bat: Nv ,15;9 1
of yotur lsam (of Life'; anti expe'rienced
chi behefit. I took it two or three times dl
a teaapoonafut at a dlose in a wine glass of ~
ier. vr o
t ac'tet ont my liver, ai impartd a healthySae tRn.
e to all nay stlgtestive organs, relieving ine of Ah~hytnrie ami h iit~b
tresstag headach~e, and any othecrdisagreea- nnerilcnanmgtittttohf
dsi/prttrcs ton~ts. rdtreoflnoyfiyofthhhm
SinetlJ 11. SPAIN. cirtitehanebn, l itdd
hr. CIIAs. DistOltals:Sidlruhs nitacrmduuDel
IEAR Sart:--l tate greatt lieatre In rtom-iag1ot, erynwwaaSabsad
netlinag your "'Ihattne ale i ie.'' whi I have utbeOlitidnsalifueorr
*tn usedt, andl sslauj?/ with alecideda relief, AioaG aoii a~ tieo tli'to
eta suatlerinag froattacks of Dyspepasia. A t
ea stinant aonicad cahri, am sat- n lm ri rcad 'rn iea
eti it wil proveAminentayservicealeftica.
to are' a fihieted wit h layspepsia. Its gemneral sp.24153 7i
rotinactiona tharoughouit time counitry willsbe a
blic benmfiat. - .-______
l'u, keep a sutpply constantly on handl, which ofiAo ai
tiutld ntat exchange for all the Anti-dyspep
nostruams front ilaimne to 'Texas. S'IEAi CIAp
Yours respect fully,
signetdj .JolN W. ERvIN. A tprti'Toi.iaetAtiDs
For sale by .Tch, 3M. Charattler, sunttervillepetcImigrttglril,&.
' ""I. A. Iluigginas, Darlington C. If. 1o aeb
'""Dr. .J. E. Blyrd, 'l'imnmonsville; AGN ~
Andr lay Drugrgists generally.
WVholestile Agents, Columbia, s. C.
~ovemiber 93 2 if
LAND FOR SALE, APrprtonnweemvoyudasa .
__That valuaable and well knownagebl tbiut frpsi Sl.
m ihpic, cotainluingree res--L Peae ~d~l1b
nig on both stdes of said Creek. There
twvo hanadsme sit uations on the same
mter. I deem it useless to enter into a
(criptlion), as the purchanser mutst andI will
hais own jaadge. About 250 acres of
ared landi; good range for Iloga or "7DySre, 12 -on tet~ t
ttle. Said land will be Rold low, and on NwYr. Calso,9
.ommtodaling termus. Possession given SM~.C u~ ~,H OEUS
the first (lay of Januuary next. For ftur
r particulars, apply to the subscraber on Jl 2h 833
M n 11 IDDLJETON DUFrBSle.E. ~
rivate B o a r d in g House, atstc Iltocll la.ber
CAMDEN, S. C. J .N 1Ar&'
ny Boardeora accommuodated. Atrh. '
a hird .Door3South ofMthehTotenlHui
nd earyopsttina. asn