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R AY,oan liqqtioesday the
17th instant, may Boy RIdHlARlt), a
white mulatto, about five feet three
or four inches high, toler.ibly stout built,
-about tweni two years old with sIraightI
lihght colojed hair. is .I vely sulky ai.
penrance, and inswers luick nid slirt
when spoken to said boy has a short ihick
frot, his haids short and thick, chubl1tby
fingers. lie bud the scar o a Iblister on
'his forehead just above Ihe eye.rows, he
may try ti hide it by weariag his cnp or
iat down over his forehead. lie will ho
sure to pass himself for it while mai for
lie is very white and has beetkin iig ireat
,care of hiss.kin for soino tiie. When lie
-left he had a clothi cap, black coat and a
dark colorcd pair of' pahtits. lie will be
sure to change his cnp and clot lies Its soll
as- he can; lie also w-ears his hair in front
straight down to hide the scar o t he blis
er. lie is a shoeinaker by trade, though
lie may not go at. the hsiiess, expecting
that lie will he so advertised.
The above reward of One Hundred
Dollars will be paid for his delhvery in any
Jail in the State. 1le will be sure to give
himself another nane.
Bradleyville, Sumter District, S. C.
May 2htn, 1852 30--tf
flW" Canden Journal and Cheraw Ga
zette publish tive timies.
Office Wil. & Man, R. R. Co
Witunsa-roN, N. C.,
14th Seplten'r. 16853.
HE Stockholders of the Wilmington
i and Mantichester Rail Road ComiipalIn,
are hereby notified that the Nietletth
(19) Instaltent of FIVE I)OLLA S(s per
Share is required to be paid by the tirst iif
October, 1853; and the TW E\'iETlI
(20) and LAST INS'TAlAIENT of .'iVE
DOL.ARS per Share on the thirty-first
(31st) day of Decemiber, 1853.
By order of the Board of Directors,
JOllN McRAE, It., Treas'r.
Sep 21, 1.53. 47 fin
ggrWatchtnan please copy one month.
RANAWAY from me on the 2.Ith of Septei
ber, William 1). Magee, vho was lawfully
bound to me by his inoiler. Mary 31age-, on the
3rd day of Deceiber, 1851. Said boy is 17
years old, lark comiplected, n ii II romai inose.
when he left lie had on a new lack California
Hat; he has beet at work at the ilacksmith
Trade for about 8 months. I will pv TEN
DOLLARS to aniy tpersoii that Will irin him
to me or lodge him in Jail where I can get hiiti.
If any person or persons, employs or harbors
him, they mny expect to be dealt with accord
ing to law.
- JAS. WV. AMBR11OSE.
Bishopville, 5th Oct. 185:. 50 1m
SThe Camiden Journal and Darlington
-Flag, will each publish mr one monti. anl senil
their accounts to the subscriber at lBishopville.
-7Improved Cotton Gins.
Thianltful for past favours Ih subscriber vish.
es to inform the public thatl he still mnanufac.
tures Cotton Gins at his establislment in State.
burg, on thie most improved and approved plan
which he thinks that the cotMn ginned onl one
of those gins of the late improsvenivc.t is worth
at least a quarter of a cent inore than the cot
'ton ginned on the ordinary gin. I al i man
ufactures them on the most sinipl-e construction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Platel tibs Case
hardened which lie will sell for 82 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and puts them in com
plate order at the sliortesttnotice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punctually at tended
to WILLIAM ELISON.
State burg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17, 26
The uidersigiled havn ntered into a
Copartnershlip in the city of Charlestoni,
uinder the tnatne an :firm of CH AuAl BElts,
CHISOLA.l & IOulRE, for tmhemuros
of transacitiutg a general lFACTPOltAUE
and CO.\lAlSSION BUISINESS, respect.
fully tender their services to their trends,
-acqtmaintantces andi the puhhel i general ly,
for the selling of Cutt on, or the purichas ill
of Goods oif anmy description.
Any or all of the pirodneits or tnanufac.
tured articles of the counitry will lie re
ceived upon conisignmntiis, ditposeid it
promptly, iind to tihe best advantage. At
suich tiknee as there miay lie only at I mtited
demand for an article conisigined to thlemi, a
rnarket will be found where it will com
mand its v'alue.
The receivitnganid forwarding of Goods
wlasohave their prontptu ateniton.
Every exertion will lie tused to co'ndtact
albusiness enitrusted to their care in such
a manlier to tmake it mauttually profitable
*Liberal madvances upon donsignmnents
will bem mtde.
*From their long expelrience in btusiness
and general actp~aintanuce w it h t lie wants
and desires of the people. with a pledge to
devote their entire time andii skill t the
businmess, they flatter themselves that they
ivill be enabled to give entire sat isfaction.
A sh are of patronage is respiectfully so.
f. W. CIIA31 HMRS,
HIENRY L. CIl[SOLMf,
- Juzly 13, 185:3 43 t f.
To the friends of ouar canse throtughouat the
slav eholding Stale we alpeal. "The A gricul
tural Association of tihe PI:ttnting Slates" has
for its object dhe defuscion of kmm.wleidge, as it
appertains to all bmanches of Agericulture and
of our peculiar institituitions. We desire a t lose'
bond of tehlowship, that wve may develop our
sourchs and be united as one matn in our iter
It has been said that "thme worhld is against
us."' le it so; the worlid, we know, is depenid
ant on uas,and we glory in our polsitioni. Let
us be trite to oumselves and all willt be well.
In tha dischiarge of our duty as "Exicutiive
Council" of the Associatiomn,' we havev tahed
the time of the next meet ing of the Associat ion
to be on TIhtursday, the first dlay of Decenmbter
next, at C.olumbia, S. C., wich wtill lie durinig
the first week of the session of the Legislature
of that State. . Fronm every slatveihling State
1entemop ofdestiniction have been applied to
bys uto present addr esses or eeways be fore the
"AshociatiOn on the various subjects of interest
c onnected with it.
Tothe Southern press we also appeal, anid
we hope that every newspaper wsill not oenly
publIsh this circttlar, but willI give their ablest
efforts to tis cause, time and agai.1, in their ed-.
We earnestly desire that all who fe-el the imn
portance ofthme work before us, atid wish to nil
vance and firmily establish this Association,
wil send forward their- names and inlitiation
fee, whioh is "five dlollars," to Dr. N. Bi. Clottd,
Secretary, Locklandl P. 0., Alabiama. Th'le
Cfunds thus raisedl are to be apptlied to the puli
eation of all addresses tail essays for gratuitous
-distribution in book or pamtphilet form.
' ' E. A. H~otr, Aaaa
WA LKER ANDEttsoN, Forida.
A. G. SUoS5M ER, Soutth Carolina,
JAs. M1. ClmA atas, Georgia.
G za. R. Gicsiea, Georgia, President, e~r ojfcio.
gN. B. CLOUD, Alatbama, Secretary1 er ojlcio.
- Executive Committee.
:jMonItery. Ala., A ugust 12. 1853.
02 Every paper In the State friendly to the
caps'dif-Southern interests iil oblige the Ex.
6'thiive Council by giving this a fow insertIone
,bntil the~ time of meeting.
Zf* ditdr: Please annonnce.
Capt. T.'. I). FsuilitiobN as n Candidate for
Sherift of Sumter District at the ensuing
Aug. 2'4, 18.53.
Mr. Editor:---*You will
obli,_e a miiiber it the voileh-i of Suiter
ihstrict, by annonicrwjr in your columns
the- ime of' 11.,jor .rtNs BALLARD, as al
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing
Aug. 13, 1853. 42 tf
FOR TAX COLL1E(ITOl.
Ailn. urn:-en announce Mir.
ROBEII'RT W. i)URANT, at candidate
for 'ax--Collector of Salemi County, at the
next electioll, andi11 oblire
Janiary 14, 18$52 13-tf
$3? The friends of Capt.
P. Al. GIB 1ONS announce hima cniidi
dait for the ollice of 'Tax-Collector for
salm County, at the ensninlg election and
obIe MANV VOTERS.
October 1 i51.
ORP01 'TA X ('OLEC'OR.
0z-' la F'icNa(IS of' Dan
I l, AI1illS, Esi1., aliollIWc him as a
cauiididato ftr Tax Collector for Claremont
Coity, at the enosuinlg election.
Febt. dith, 1853 -15-tdI
F O Re O ll D IXNA le Y.
( IYfr, Editor:-You will
plase anl3oncile WIL JAM H. ltUIN
SON n1'- a raiidate fir tie Ollice of Ori
nary if Stititer District, at the enlstigI
April 27th, 1l52 27-ti
P 0 It C 1 E R K.
(I We are authorized to
annouce T. J. 1)INKINS, Egt., a Canalidate.
for Clerk of tle Court, at lihe ensuing elction.
MA NY VO'IitS.
April 16th 1851 25 tf
0:'r7 Hr Ed ito4)r:- P Ica se a ED
notlce .\lr. .. J. MlcKEl.lAlR, a Candi
(lai for Cerk of ilie C'oiri, fir Somiter
I)strict, nili hli ge AlNv Vo-r cis.
April 13, 1852. 25-ti
4f W. J. N. Iliam.lr are desros of plt.
inr him ii imnomioi for the 01ice of
C!erk of ti he Coirt i of Sioner 1)ist riet, at
ih ensui ecion.
M ay 21, 1 53. 30-tf
F O Jl S H E Jt I F F .
W::The Friends of Mr.
J011 N F. J1\UN 1, aotitnce himl) as candi
<1sate for Slierill' t Smliter District at ile
Nov. 1*1111, 18.52 3-td-pd.
S. We are authorized
to annioce A. E. l'(01, as a calilate
for Slierill'of Suoter District at the ensii
Deceiber 21, 1852 8-tf
Mr. Editor:-Please an
nouno~e JOIIN N. cl\1,EoI) a candidate
for SlicridTr of Soumlter Dit rict and ob
lig 31ANY FRINish.
Jiie 29th, 10-53 35-t f
The siulsriber has made arrangements for
t inmnuifacture of friim Four to Five Thiousandt
pairs of the atbove article by the FA LL. For
reti-rence~ as itou iual ity, he woiiti respectfully
ref, r piersonis whoi 13 tina 41 diuisosed t purchaie
ot timii, to Iti-e who patr ni zed hiiitu la.'t year
As to prie., he~ wilt giunlnee themi as low as
cn he oflerdedl
3lay 22 2 .J MORGAN.
PERSONS wi-.hin..t vehickiles of any
kind can buy them of E. i xon, ait Sumter
villSe, as c hieap as5 can hie bought ini Charles
30n oir elsewhere andi wairranited to stand.
A pril 193 h, 1S53 25-if
IN CHIA RLEST1ON, S. C.,
Browning & Leman,
No. 209 asaid 21! Kisag Cor~ar
OF MARImT S''TRIlET,
Wil oIlier to F'Auh11IES and l'L.\NT
E'ltM visit ing Chiairlestion t his s primtg the
UlIOICEST' ST1OCK at FANCY ANr'
sT~AP'L f)RY G;OOi S that has over
been. ol'eredl tar inispectio m113 t his city.
Th'Iey in .-ite an exainaiiiitionl andit assure
their I riendlAsand puirchadsers genieraly ) that
their prices'. wvill congi;elefiiarmly with any
Mar'ket in the Unitedl NtaItes.
Terms Cash or City alcceptanfce.
BlROWNING & LEMAN,
C. & E. L,. KUntaxsoN & Co.
All peirsons are hiereby cautioned noat to
te for, or receive in paiymient of aiiy
:ehit, eith er or hbuth of t wo Note s gi ven3 by
thle soubscriber to R. J. Price, the one for
.wo hunid red aiii tifty dol lers, anid the othi
er for tw hundii tilred anid 3(ten dllars, as satid
Notes iaven for twa separate tracts of lamnd
were toi be paidu after 200i0i anrd hsiwfual titles
were moade to) ie by) Price, whtichI conldi.
tions were put in w..riting. and are noaw in
liy pois5seSwon, antd whicb conltainms the
Iiurt her undeilrstandmirg t hat in the event oft
his Itilint?e as he has donie, Io mak lsuchal
titles hie wouldi forfeit 'the amiouts &c.
C. A. LESSESNE.
A pril 3, 18.53 27-tf
ILP Watchi~man copy.
~' 'Te undiersigiied w.onhll respect
f ulIly inform hris S riendils, nnd the1
puibl ic getnerally), lint he lhis lease'd
hat extensive anrd well knoiwni estiablish
ment,. the PI-A4NTI'E S' J/OTE 3,, anid
is no0w ready for the reception of visitors.
Its eligibile location, beiing contveniient to
all the busi ness loca lities, w i connntieiid it
to those who visit the: city on businese, and
nol exertions or expense w.ill be- spatred by
Inle Proprietor to protnote the comfort anid
convenience of his guests, and rendler his
htouse, int every res'pect, worthy of pubhlic
patrronagie and support, fle is pleased to
adid that he lias secured thle services, as
Bookeeper, of M r. J. W. LA;.IKw, so long
anid favorably krownvr to theo travelling coin.
mutnity of this and the adjitcent States.
G. WV. B3OMAR.
Sepn8, 1853. 48 41
New ;,iorkAdveriis tiits,
'01 . F s n
NEWSPAPER-ADVEtTISING AGENCY OF
S. A. PEriTIN ILL. & CO.
-122 Nasatu St., New -York, and 10 State St.,
Boston, who are the Agents# of the best and most
widely circulated newapers in the United
States and Canadas and are authorized to take
advertisements and subscriptions at the publish
ers lowest rates.
Oct. 12, 18.3. 50 tf
IVIPORTANT DISCOVERY !
IELIEF IN TEN MI1NUTES !
B'yaum's Paailaaosiue Wafers
are unfailing in the eure of Couans, Cor.nas,
AsTraMA, BaioNenrris, SoaE inaoA-P, 1loARS
.Ns, DiFFICUn.T llRT EATtItNG, INCIPIENT
CoNavt'a'raori, AND DIsAsES OF TIn LuNGs.
They base ao taste (at mnedicine, and any child
will take them. Thousands have been rcs
tored to health that land before dspaired. Tes.
tinuy given in hutidredsa of caes. A single
dose relieves in TEN 117UT$.
Ask for lItryan's Pulmonic Wafters-the origin
al and only genuine is stampled "Bryan.)'
Spuriouas kinds are offrered for sale. Twenty
five ceats a box. Sold by dealers generally.
J BRYAN & CO., Rochester, N. Y., Proprie
tore. Wholesale by
P. 1. COHEN & CO.
Oct. 15, 1853. 50 3a
A GREAT RE .EDY.
BAUME DE VIE!
OR the pertsnnellt entreof Liver Con
plainti, Dispelsprsia, .:aiaaalice, Indiges
tit, Nsrvots Ileatlache, Debility, anad all
diseases aariinr friat disordiered liver,
stoii'h or itlestianes, the BAUM 1 DE
VIE,, maiufactured by CiHARLES DE
IOll E, of Stuinterva le, S. C. has no st
perior. It is iiit ra llra in its exeelleic'
as an external reaedty for Burns, Scads,
Bruises, ('tats, &C.
T Full] directions accompa:any each 1)ot
BOATWRGIIT & BARKULOO,
Wholesale Agonts, Columbita. S (.
lrj' Those desirous to purciase cana
also iiI the iatune de V:e tat Mr. .lohn
11. Chatdler's Store, near the Tou at 1I1;111;
Staerville, S. C.
Thc silbscriber dlrotis it innecessary to
reromietal his medicini aly further than
tlis-t ha:t any 11ne0. who las orce lhorotarIl
ly tried it. will never ie wilt utit it wheni it
cant be had.
CIIA S. DE I,)RMFli
Auatgust 24, 153, 43 tf
New and Unrivalled
Railroad Rloute to
the North, Via the
WV ~ ilniangtesa Ttatid Maiia
Throuh in the sane time iwith. the
A N1) A VI})TNG S EA I('KNE r S.
TRAVELLiERS are rerpectfully informed
that One tallundred aid Thirty miles of
the WVilinitgtont and Manachllester Itailroa I are
complehtedl andta itt sucetsfil ioperation.and con
nections have been forned by first class Four
llorse Post Coaches over the utitinihed part of
late Ho:al. The following is the sclelle:
Lave Augusia at - - 6 a. m.
- Wihnaiangtona at - - - 8 a. mt.
Arrive at Weldon at - - - 3 p. ta.
"4 Baltimore at - - - 6 a. m.
" " Philadelphia - - - I p. m.
" " New York at - - - 6-30t p. ta.
Time from Aulguta'i:L to Wilairant, 26 hou1rs.
-"Wiliigiton to New Yaork, 31-30
2:,' At Wilmington the connection is made
with the 8 o'clock a. it. E.rpress Train.
E -W- At Weldmn, passenigers can have chOice
of Itouites. either by Se.aboard ad Iloatnoke
Isailroad anl Bay Iile 0tf Steamters, or by Raili
jnalload tarough Peershtrg, hinhmond, and
Wasihingson city, to BIaltiimore. ''broutght Tick
ets lay either of these hanes can he putrchiasedl ta
'1i'rough.~ 'l'iets from 3Montgmasy to
Chaarleste at will be receivedl ontthe Suth (Cara
liia htailradl be-tweena Amruiastai anad the Wil
mtington atal lancheuster itailrad.
Ca Paegr de-siruns tof going Nonrth lay
Isis tatote will hi ae thaeir bacggae ctaeckeda at
Auaausata to the Wihnainagtoninad Malaes-er
tji" Anay ithier infomrnation can lie osbtainied
of DJr. .J. L. Keena, Agenrt at Auguasta.
La. .J. FLWulING,
Suap. WVil. andl 3l1ianhester ltail road.
Rail Road Notice,
13xtsaEtn's Omeszt, WVil. & Mant. 11. 11.
Jualy 10, 1853.
ON and after thais date, thta MantiI and
P'assenager T1rains- will runta daily as hollows:
Leave MaI~rs BfluaIT Stationa at 12.310 A. 31.
"Fluorenice 1.15 "
' TPannnon~asville " 2.00( ''
" Lynchhn~airg " 2-4 "
" Ma vesvill " st 3.15 "
"Sumiterville " 3.50 )
" Alanchester " 4.4(1 i
Arrive at Jttaction " 5.00 "
Leave JTuanction tt" 23*)
5.N Manichester ' 2( "
" Sitmatterville " 325 '
" .Alvesville :.5 "
. 'Iiaaiaautnotville " 44
" ~oeace " 4.15 "
Arrive at Mars BluiTY Statin 5415 "
*Or awatit thae arrival of the Mlail train
ona thte amnth C~iatlina Rail lloadaa, utdi
10 o'clock 1P. M.
lRest. Eaag'r. &c.
Jutly 10th, 1N53 . 35-61
BROWN & DeRO8SET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW1 YOR1K.
lJElRONSET'1 & BitOWN,
Cotton F'actors andi Gen eral1 Coimmis.
Dl P. Mc~LA.UltN, 10sq. wall wive per.
Li sronal andit spfciatl attention to the int
teremsts tandti otrdet.rs of his, friaendss inaal his
S'ate mada thec adljoining Coatnrties oaf North
Cairol inma, whlo miiay favoar thtese I Jotsea
thl their p)at rontage. Ctonsignmets of
pirodluce tao thte I lousoa itn New Yotrk, eithert
lby way of Chanrlestont, Geoirgetoiwn, or
Wvilmintgton,. tal be covered by mnsurattce,
if ntotice of the shaipmtai he protmptly giv
May 3, 1853 27-tf
A Buperior Tooth Powder.
Maide by thae vialuablo receipt of D)r. K.8S
Prepared and stold by
DA RGAN & Co.
I7Prico 87 1-2 per- box,
OFFERS for sale, for cash, or-an approved cre
and WELL SELECTED assortment of EAsT INDIA
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERI(
SUtGICAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS A
TIUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VARNISH
PESSAIIES, " ' DYE STUI
DItUGGISTrS LABELS, B3RONZES
" GIASS WARE, BRUSHES
PATENT ME.IDICINPs, WINDOW (
TrJIoPsoNiAN MEincIsvs, * LAMP AND
SIAxess' IfEn us & ROOTS, SoL.AI, LA1
GARDEN SEEDS, SPIRIT GAI
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF
Agent for the
PA TENT AND FlJ
April 6th, 1852.
THE Subscriber having opened a gro.
cery underneath the Town Hall, designs
keeping -eonstintly on hand, a supply ot
hteavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE, BJCI0VIIEAT, MOLASSES,
VI N EGAR, BACON, LA RI), BUTTER,
CJEESE, A MACKEREL. SALT, SOAP,
CANDLES, POTATOES, &c. &c.
In fact hitle of almost everything that is
good to eat; all'of hic.. will be s'3ld low
for cash, or in exchange for country pro
duce. lie promises to attend to his own
husness, and hopes by attending strictly
thereto, to. receive a liberal share of pa.
tronage. J. M. CIIANDLER.
March 15th, 1853 :20-tf
The Corn Exchange,
Who keeps ionstantly on hand a lot of
D )O ESTICS at the lowest .ates. GRO
C ER I ES at Charleston prices for cash
Biconi, Lard, hUoms. Butter and a large sup
ply of t he best CIG A RS and TOBACCO
which lie will sell cheaper than any mner
chbant in town, also just received 410 barrels
North Carohnsia flour.
Jan. 1%34h, 18-53 12-1vy
TIlE rserSti her would respect.
ti f u1ll., aform his old fricids and the
latlpublc generally, that his Ilotel so
long known as the "SUMTER lOUSE,"
is again openeed from date, for tlie recep
tion of visitors.
The ititernal arr 'ogements will undergo
a thorough repair, with as little delay ss
possible, and ho trusts that his attention to
the comifort o his guests, will merit a sI tre
cif Iblic patronage. The sthscriber Ias
also taken charge of thei BILLIA R) TA
II I.E, and intends litting up e lie room with
neat ness, and will furnish it wirh all the
necessaries and conveniences that lovers
of the sport can require.
March 8th, 1853 1u-tf
China, Glass And
H. E. NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AF*S jn-t reiceiveid direct from the man.
ii acututrer- in EnglIantd andtu Frantce,
and lby recent vessels tromt the North, a
ve'ry ili comltte iand varnild assort ment of the
abhiove namited GoOlD.' comtprisi ng all the
tiewt patt teros anid sha~pes; atnong whic h
WIlIlTE GII.ANITE or STON EWARE,
Chitta finish a superior article;
Bliue and other Colored 'Ware, of new
Frtenil ichn . Enhslt China, new shapes,
plaitn W~ite. Gold antd (decitrated;
Rlich Chi nat innter anid Tlea-setts, and
beat iful F.nicy Art icles in the Iline;
Cut, .louldeired atnd P'o~led Glassware,
ot every kin ;i
D~yots's Pa;tenut t.munphiene, Store, Ollice,
and~ Parior Lamiip, a supterior article;
WVebb's Pterit Oil andu Lar d Lonnps. a new
art ic leg ivitng great light and brillIiantcy;
'Tea Trays, lest Tabhle Ctutlery andI Pal.
tedl Castors, Spootns, Forks, &c.
lhtusekeepintg .articles, in great variety;
Crates of assue~d Wa~res. of dlesirable anid
newa tyles,~. by \Vhtolesale;
Pakgsot TIumbnlers, Flasks, &.c., low
by lie package.
itjig omlete arraitg mients fo)r obtaitn
mug uir G;oodis direct tromt the nranufac
turers we cans andI will ofller rare itnduce
mitints, either hv Whsolesale or Retail -
Orders aitten.uded to promupt ly.
UI. F. NICIIOLS.
Columabiai, A pril 12, 185:3 2-1-t f
Fine Cigars and Garden
K'ept cont ant ly ont hanil by
Dr. WV. JAS. D)ARGAN & CO.
J. B. N. HAMMIVET,
ATTORNEY AT[ LAW,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C,
Oflice next door to J. B. & Rt. C. Webb's
New Y'ork Store.
Ma rch 22, 1853 21-tf
New Tin and Sheet-Iron
JAMES 1H. DUE~ woul respectfully
mfioi m the citizeusof Souerville attd the
sturrotudinig cotunt ry, thait hte is nowv open.
mit a TlIN AA\UFiACTrORY int Sumter
ville, and is ntow prepared to ll all orders
ini the tin line. M1erchants wvilI tinid it to
t heir interest to putrchatse their ware fromi
me, its I intetid to sell low anud warrant all
thait I sell
ROOFING, GUTTERING and JOB
WORK execnted with 'promptntess and in
a wvorkmanttlike manner. Th'le cash will
be expected mn every inistatnce on finishing
or deliverinig of every job. I inutend to sell
cheap antd for the cash only.
Feb). 8th, 1853 15--tf
NEATLY BMLanTete AT Tima OnIOum
IN, S. C.
fit, At 'rnJ :OWEST MAtKxT RIc.s, a largP
REDITERRANEAN and EURoPEAN
,AN CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS
ND OILS, SPICES,
FS, FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
LASS NAIL AND TooTti-BRUsnts,
WIcKs, C611s AND AIR BRUsttzs
tD AND SPERM OILS, FANCY SOArs,
I AND CA3PHIRE, &C. &C.
I Liver Oil.
ith every article
A DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN.
fIL Y MEDICINES.
Through Fare from Charles
TON PO BALTIMORE $15 00;
TO PHILAI)ELPHI1A 817.50;
AND TO NEW-YORK $20.
THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
CIIARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the \Vharf at the foot o
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. m. after the
arrival of the Southern cars, via WIL
MINGTON, N. C., from which poitt
two un ily trains are dispatched at 8 A. M.;
and 2 1 M.; Mec8 o'clock only connecting at
\Veldon W.ith the lilies to Petersburg,
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philu
delphia, and New-York. The public is
respectfully informed that the steaiiers of
the-se lines, are in first rate condition, and
are navigrated by well known and ex
perienced comnanders; the Rail Roads
are in fine order, (the \Vilmlintton
and Weldon. as well as the Seaboard
and Romnoke havinu recently been relaid
with heavy Trail) therdby sceuri-g both
saiety and despateli. By these routes
passeiiers avaviting themselves of the
FIR'lT TRAIN tnay reach Bliltiini-e in
40 hours. Pliiladelplla in 45 hours, aid
New Yorm in 50 1-2 hours; and by the
SECONI) TRAIN they arrive in Bal
tiiimorc in t0 hours, P1hilidelplii in 6
hours, and New-York in 61 1-9 hours.
Thronugh tickets can alone be had from
E. W INSI.OV, Agent of the Wilmington
and14 Raleigh Rail Road Comp:mny. at the
ollice of the Company, foot fif LaIurens
street, Charleston, 8. C., to whon please
March 23, 1852. 22-tf
AT TIE OLD STAND OF S. & J. OILDERT.
8S. & E. M. G 11L B E Rt T
cotintiue the CARRIAGE
USWINES at the above
stand-No. 35 and 40 Ventworth.street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased in
exhihit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles. comt
prsilg those of their own manufacttre,
together with various other styles usiilly
found in this market. Their long acquaint
ance with this market as mantfacturers
and dealers will citable thetm to offer great
illucenents to purchasers both in styles
Atugnst 24, 1852. 44-tf
Whlo has made newv improvelneats and
cotstderably enlargedl his store, and is niow
receiving fresh goods by every train of
cars and offers to the pulblic for the sum
mner months the following articles low for
Ice Cream and Lemonade, (daily) Tce;
Oraniges, Lemotns, P'ine Apples and all the
tropical fruits; also a fine assortmnent of
Tobacco and Cigars, with a choice lot of
Family Groceries, also a large stock (of
DRY GOODS, &c.
Pickled Salmon and Preserves, Flour of
the best brands warranted, also a large lot
of Bacon of which he receives a new riup
ply wveekly. All of whtich he guarantees'
to sell at the lowest rates for cash.
April 5ths, 1853 23-if
D. J WINN,
lias just received from Baltimore and Ne w
York, a large and wvell selected stock of
Broadclotias, Cas.wnres andu
the fines-t and best that has evar beerr brought
to this market.
Ready mnde Cloting for Gent.' and Youth~s,
(ofevery qutalitiy and description. Hlaving s-e
lectedl the Goods, and had them made up to or
Cer, lie can warrant the work;.
---A L do,
Every description and quality of Gloves.; Dress
llats made up to order; Caps, Silk Cravats,
Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs~ and Neck Ties,
Linen Shirts, do. Collars, Mlerino Undershirts,
(10. Drawers, with every article tat is worn by
genteleun, which he oft'ers on reasonable terms,
and solicis a call from his old customers, and
dhe citizens of the Dietrict generally.
.JUST received from Baltimore
15,000 Sogars-choice Brands.
BUTLER & NEW BERY.
May 10th, 1852 28-tf
For Cash, And that only,
The cheapest GROCERIES ever sold
in Sunmterville, can hse had fromu GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old Stand.
Segars of the finest quality and most ap
provedl Brands in tile world, together with
Preserved Fruits of dtffecrent kinds, Syrups,
Ntuts, &c. A shatre of the public patron
age is desired, provided it is accompanied
biy the CASH, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
June 14th, 1853 33-tf
The Celebrated Lecoultre
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BLADES, and
other Shaving A paratus.
For sale by
DA RGAN &, CO.
Butter, Lard, Bacon & Firn)
do. do. Ieaf Lard, dos
North Carolina Blacon,
March 95, 1853 V4s
IItIA C1 J9,
piioss and Com
WILT IS IT I
I'hat we behol many females, scarce in the meridian of
life broken as heath and spirits with a Complication of
d.seases and ailments.depriving t en or te o er fo r he
elporment of life at an age when ysictl health buoyancy
din1rits d hP r ty co mind arising romacon
ditn of nfaalrla, should be predosmisast.
M1an1 of the cawece of tier u Ferings at firit-ieshape
years efore, perhalas during girl sood, or the first years of
u er g werviure heir orisga so light a to pass uasoticed,
IN AFTER YEARS,
When too late to be enefitted by one knowledge, we look
back and mourns and regret the full consequences Of our
wlhat would we not often give to Possess in early lire
the knowledge we obtain In aer years ! And what days
ant nights of anguish we might not have been spased, it
tile knowledge was timely possessed. It is
IECLANCIOLY AND STARTLING
To behold the sickness and suffering endured by many a
wife for many -ears. from causes simple wid controllable,
easilytrenede --or better'still--not acurred, ifevery
WIFE AND MOTHER
tossesed the information contained in a little volume
(witisin tle seach of all) which would spare to herself
YEARS OF 11SE R Y,
And to her husband the constant toil and anxiety or mind.
necessarily devolvineg upon him frosn sickness ot the wife,
without gsveng hian te opportuiity ofacquirin that con
petence whic s his exertions are eititled. and t e posses
ir0na of which would secure the t:asppiness of himself,
wife, and children.
SECURE THE MEANS OF IHAPPINESS
By becoming in time possessed of the knowledge, the
want of which has caused the sickiess and poverty of
In view of such consequences no wife or mother Is
excusable W she stieglect to avail herselr of that know
'edste ii, resp'ect to herself. which would spare tier much
stfferig, lie the mevans ofrhappineiss and pisperity to her
iusbani. aid confer upon her children that blessing above
all prirce-wattiy bodies. with healthy minds. That
kinwledge is contained in a little work entitled
VD0E 0mAmIR3ED WO!MMe1Q
Private Mletlical Companion,
BY DR. A. rl. MAURICEAU,
I ROrrsoR or vistasEs or worscN.
One llisndreth Edition. Mmo., pp. 250. Price 50 Cents.
(un rtEic aPER, EXTRa BINDIoN, $1 00.1
First published in 1817. and it is not
SUltPRIZING OR WONDERFUL,
Cotiscleraing flint EV ElY PEM1AI.E,
WItETIIEli DAtittEICIED OR NOT, Cu
lhere acciatre a tattll knciowieetge of tile
sias tire, ctsarneter nosoac cantses of her cosn.
phnlsats, with tlhe varlott syniptonis, anid
HALF A MILLION COPIES
should iavstee er sntl.
It is imlerActicable to n.:nnvey fully tle various subjects
treated sit. as the sre so a ncture staictly intended for
the nirne.<. or 1 in.e C0eatsrnplatitng rnarriars. but no
femonale lstinsicas ,t ell.yis; tcalth. at1ad that tcatity, con
e.wt nim tiil. nhich is si easducive to her own
h itian--l, al(d that nsf ler hisanaid, lisl either lass or i ill
i a 1. 4 l hnr will esry isuba:e wen tins the loe
sal 3irr.tiian of hit wife at hearr, or that or his own pe.
cinary Sinprs sineat.
UP'WAEDS OF ONCt- IltNDREDTl1OU
iae be-tn SICNT' 11T AIIAlL nnittiii the last few
CA T'TION TO THE PUBLIC.
IEE NOT DEFRAUDEDI
titn insi nk t unlests "Dr. A. M. Marleenrt,129
liffS;iy ltreet. N. Y.'' Is on the titlo pago. Bud tIe
nt1iiry in the Clerk's Office 9n the back af the titlo
t a nd-; anst buy only of reirpectable antl honorablo
Ntsh-rFA, or send by tsuall, untl address to Dr. A. M.
1taricens, na there sire spurious and surreptitlous
infringerments of copy-right.
IMTn EVERY WIF. AND IIUSBAND
No exeisne for Igsaornsce. whsei Igatiractic
I4 Minleary to those we hotel laenr and
desnr. aasal wvhen to dispel oaer Igsoraace
Is witlshin our reach.
To ennble every mi to docIdo upon the inds.
pe.narral tremitrly of pnoeessing a copy, rnd Ihat nn
wife, tar nothaer need1 remain unInfnrned upon fihe
nanny causes. which. sooner or later, are destint- to
anake fearful raram-s upon her health. unlessunrdred
a..auinst. rina that no consielernte anl affetinatq
tittashntad have cause to upbrahl himself with neglect
Sf the welfare of his wIfo-a pamphlot orf thirty-six
linges, contaisning full Yitle-pserge ellt Inrfeor qf Cof.
ontjt. togetler with extracts frot the book, will be
-asit -free of carrge ts any part of the United States,
by nalslresssig, post-ptid, as herein.
Whaens Kisowleslge t hei sappisase, 'tis cttt
pasible to ie igesornaist.
W"" On receipt of One Dollar (lir the Brie 1:.t.
tion.extra hnaling) "THE MAlItED ViMAN'S
I"ItIVATE .\EDICALs iiANION!' Is sent (naltl.
ed flre) to any a 1e0 the Uni-.ta1O. All lot.
tore miusat be poetpstfrand aiderissosd to Dr. A. .\t
.i1A(TIOEAU, BoxL 1224, New York City. -4utblish
kait Ufice, No. 129 Lberty Street. New York.
For sale lay
ROBINSON & CARIASLE,
H atturtr, S. C.
lIt New Ysork City, lby~
Stringer & Tow nsed Adrinntte, Sher
man& Co., Dewit t & Davetnport, Bnrn. &
Co. Olic, 129 Liberty Strfeet, near
May 17th, 1853 29--tf
F. M. ANDREWS
TAKElS this tmethod oh
inforitr the c'itizens of
Sumterville and victinity that
he htas opened in Sumtatervilie, <spp~ositte the new
Presbayieriani Church, a CAlllNET WVA R .
ROOM, wvhere ho will keep for sale, chteap, all
nsch fttrture ats comes tundelr ths department
of lais tratde, which lie will waarrint of good
material ;and wnill fturnish fair casth, at Chtarles
ton prices, all deiscriptioras or Fturniture madic.
Repairing exented1 at the shoartest notice.
Mahtoganty attd plain Cuflinse furnished-s with
H-aving .procuredi the serrvices osf Mr. C. WV.
Dais, he ts preparedi to fturnisha Metallic Plates
engraved in atny style.
All the sttbiribor asks is a fair trial, anti
honpe~s by punctual attenttion to busitness and
easy ters, to merit public patrontage.
I e bruiary 17, 1852. I7--ly
sizes, consinntly on hanod and for salt
by JIUDiSON & iRROliIlR,
Olpp. Tetpaerantce Itial Sumterville.
Jtuno 15th, 1852 34-tf
ROBlERT WV. ANDREWS notofiec the
citizens of thsis, andthi Ea djoiining Districts,
that he lhat removed hal. Stahlest nenr thme Det
pot of the WV. & M. Rt. Road, where ho its reatdy
at all timnes to tak e chiarge of disseased Horses
for a moderate charge ; mn all cases where Ihere
is no curte no pay will be expectedl. He also
continue. to take PassengerN to and from the
Depot, anad expects short ly to receive a New
Omnibus for thuat purpose. Goods he will haul
at the oltd rate of 10 cents per packtage, and
solicits the patronage of the public.
Feb. 22, 1853 17-tf
W. A. KENT & IHTCHELi,
Clothing and Ou' ting
No. 268 King-street, or-ner ot
W.entworth, Cha.rleston, S. C
Purchasers waill fintd at P.1 times a full
and coitplete stock of Gent's.
W..A. IJiNT. G. H1. MITCHELL
MRnuufnetory 113 WVashhaigton
Slqres Na. V
May 1849 - 30ff
Something Entirely dew
In the way of Laieis' and Gentlemen's
Gaiter., Ladies' Walking Siomes; (sotnig
thing fine) Misses do. with ai general as-'
sortnnerlt oft Gentai. fine B3ools and slioen
ifrthe Ladies wish to get the lalestiatyle
of Gaiters ;iid itniking shoes out, jit call
DR. J. 8. HOUI
OR,' GASTRE JICE.
repared from RENN.T, o tlie fourth Somtri
of the Ox, after direction. Alaron Liebigbe
great P'hysiological Chemst, by:J. 4Houon
TON, M. D., Piladelphia, Pa. . 4
This is a truly wonderful remedy fqrindies- -
tion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice.lver Coplamt
Constipation, and Debility', Curing atteiia
ltre's own methud,by Nat'e 'sown Agent, ihebi
E-" Half a teaspoonful of'Pepsin, intused
in water, will digest or dissolve, Five Pounds
of bust Bcef, in about two. hours, out of the
St omachl. - '
Pepsin is the chief element or Great Digest;
ing Principie of the GastiricJtiice-the Solvent
of tie Food, the Purifying, Preserving, ara
Stimulating Agent of' the S1om4ch and inteii
tines. itis extraced front the DijestiverStom
ath of the Ox, thuq forming an artificial Digcn
tive Fluid. precisely like the natoral Gastric
Juice in its Chemical powers, and, furnishing a
Complete and Perfect substitute for iL: the 4
aid of this preparation, the paini fnd evdis o -
Indigestion and Dyspepsia are rdnibiei-fjust as
they would bie by a healthy Stotitach. . It is do
ing wonders for Dyspeptics, curingcases of lDe
bimlity, minaciation, Nervous Deitne; and -Dya
peptic Consumption, supposed to be oi the verge
of the grave. The Scientific Evidetee upoi
which it is based, is in the highoat degree Curl
ous and Remarkable.
bUIEN'IFit EVIDENCE' !
Baron Liehig in his celebrated work on 4hi
mal Clhemistry, -ays: An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous so the Gastric Juiice, may be
readily prepmared from the nmucous tembranme.of
the mtomaolh of the Calf, in whihi various aktir
eles of food, as mmeat aund eggs, wili.be soflened,
c hahged and digested, just in thi'ime mahner
as they vould be in the humari stonmach.'
Dr. Combe, ins his valuable 'ritings o-thlg.
" Physiology of Digestion," observes that "1a
diminution of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing# cns'e of
Dyspepsia;" and lie states that " adittunguihed
professor of medicine in London, who was se
verely afilicted with thiis comilliint, finding
every thing else to fail, had recourse to the
Gastric Jiii -e, oh)ined ! irnrn the stomachs of
living animals, which proved completely suc
Profes-sor Dunglison, of the Jefferson College
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Plhy.
siology. devotes more fihan fifty pages to'an ex
amuination mIf thi sIubject. lbs experimentil
with Dr. lleaummont, on lie Gastric Jutm e ob
tained frotn the liviig humin stonach,~abd
fromi amitnals, are well knowr' Z" mIn cases."
lie says, " digestion oecurredspereclly in the
firtificial ais in the inatural dip '. r .,.I
Dr.John W. Draper. Proe6s ,ob.liem'dry
in ime Iledical College of ille AJi it. of
New I ork. in his " TextJloIk ofthetistry,
page 366, s:iys,: It ba6i etf t o 0 o -
m ier tirlifit di migestionm could be p8m but
it is noni i.im etsally admiielUl be
1s. Carpenier's atandar woi ,n P I lgy'
whijeh is in the liltrtry of every hYrIan. m-a
ib used as a'T'i ik . : 4. e , i
full of evidence simtilar re
specti-r ime runarkable Dig04 VIP.ad Pep
sin tfii krm fkact that it'Tha
ted frormie4fhomach of thica r 0
for ex"Arh'x Artifi..t j
reinedy ieasesof th WS "0
cient secre r f istrn J j V
Circulai, gratis, givmng a larg sm!o
entific Evi dence, similar-(6.t te-bve
with lieports of Remarkabla.i I'
parts of mhe United tautes. -
AS A Dist-E l- CIl@R,
Dr. iRoughton'g PEsrsiNs lins proiuced the
rflo'st marvelIlonts effects, in curinag cases of Lye
bilimy, Emaciatiori. Nervous Decline, anid Dysa
pepitic Consumnption. It is.impossible to give
time details oif cases in time limits of tfis adver
tisenment; but authenticated certiicafes have
beenm givemn of more thanm T1wdiHunndrd Remark 0
ab~le Ciures, in PI'ludelphia, New Yibrk, mand
Ilostonm alone. Thiese were nearly all desperate
cases, amid the cures were not -only rapid and.
wonderini, hut permanent.
It is a great Nervous Antidote, and particular
ly useful for tendencey .o Biliousdisorder, Liver
Commplainit, Fever amid Ague, amid the Evil effects
ot Quinine, Mercury, and other drugs upont the
Digestive Oirganis, after a long sickness-. 'Also;
for excess,in eating, amid time toffree use of ar
dentspitits. it almmost recnciles-Health with
U LI) STO.\MACII COMPLAINTS.
There is no form of Old Stomach Comnplainst
wvhich it does not seem to reach qpd remnove as
onmce. No niatter howv bad they'mnay be, it~gives
instant reliej ! A sing/e dos remiotes all the
unpleasant syimp~toms; and it Only needsto be *
repeated for a short timne- to make~ theses - good
cilects permanient. Purity of Bflood and Vigor
qf Body follow at once. It is particular excel.
lent in eases of Nausea, Vomiting, Crampay
Soreness of time pit of the Stomach, distress afte,
eating, low, cold state of the Blood, Heaviness1
Lowmes of Spirits, Despondency, Ema-ciation
Weakness, tendency to Insanity, Suicide, &'e
Dr. lioughton's Pepsin, is sold by nestly ai
the dealers in fineu drugsan md Popular Medidgnes' 4
thiroughmout the United State, 1I1s preparid In
Powder amid in Fluid ~forma-.andl in Prescriptiuon
vials for tihe usd df Phiysicians.
Private Circulars fo1r the tise of PhysiciaR,
may be obtained of Dr. lifrughton oi his Aget, -
describing th'e wvhole process of preyarationisind
giving time attmorities upon which the claims of
this new remedy are based. As it is slot a secret
remedy, no objet tion can be raised pgpipat'ltE
use by Physicians in respectable'etendinig and
regula r practice. Price, One Dollar pea be' 1
fl2" OUBvsaE Tite I-Every'.bstileoi 4Im.A --.t
genuine P EPSIN bears the written sign~s
o. S.I InTON, Ef. I)., sole Pugrhtar, P ii.
adtelphmia, Pa. Copy-right and TFradhe Mmarkt se
gg Sold by all Droggists anad DE 1ers in
.Fur sale in Sumterville - *
MII~IL & BRI'i - ~
December 16, 1851.
Webb Clark's Hot~Y
SUMT ER WILLEO
T HlE subscriber would respect
S fully inform his patroitsarti th
pumblic generally, that heliw-sah)
prepared to accommodate all shmo~gv
im a call, at thme old stand, at retuina~)~
rates. His servants arte active ad att.
tive, his liable shiall be well supplied
theo besmt the market will afflid aaht -
domestic arrangements of his estaI a
ment. shalh be orderly ani neat. Hie"
pectfully Aolicita a share- of-pm~io
March 22, 1e53 2
fliaing ust 'retum o p~i
of all deebrlpions, irh~6