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TIlE MBTEIt DINNEIRI
Jo h1N lV. LOGAN\ E -1-1s
WEDNEEDAY, MAR. 15. 1854.
-4 'ersuns wishinti to see us upon
business connected with the 'aper or I,.iaw,
tan find us at nya hoatr during the day,
except front four to live in the nflernnon,
nt our office, just hack of Sot.o)uMt New
Store. All business connected with the
paper must be transacted with Wui.t.Ius
L.Ewes, Jutng 1. RItan.utnsox, jr., or It. C.
1/cmAN. Mr. It. C. l'4,tAN, the "oremnn
of Banner Ollice, is our only authorised
Agent to receive money and give receipts
for the sant ani may always be found ot
the Banner t llice. All letters addressed
to the Iiuttmer nutst be pre-paid to inntse
attuthotiaetl Agent to procure Advertise.
hunts atnd $ubseribers for this, paper, and
to receive ptryumenta for the samte and give
COTTON 11.A1 I:'-'.
tnAnt-sTi,,. AlAtett 14.
The sales to day atount to 833 bales
the demand having been cotparat ively
luiet--prices renained unchanged..ex.
ttremtes r.ngin. freim 7 7-8 to 11l 1..t.
e'. oye Specc.
'We were prevented until now by a
'-press of business, fnt perusing this mtas.
terly speech upon the Tat ill' 1r. llover:
Ahas proven himself a sound thinker and a
keep reasoner. The speech has won him
-golden opinions on all hands. It abounds
-with practical illustration and sober thought
and conclusively proves that a high protect.
ive tariff'decrcaes the revenue as well as
'the amount of impxorts, and Mr. Ilovc take.
'the bold and broad ground of its being un
Cenusets of SutenterlIle.
Persons liable to do Patrol duty in
the town of Sumiterville . . . 19.1.
'ersons liable to do street duty . , ?f.
Numberof Whites . . . . . . 7y-3.
" '- Slaves . . .. . 0415.
Free persons of Color . . . . 5.
Number of Lots . . , . . . . ;G.
Total Population . ... ...1.8.
Assessed value of Real ':sate, e. $105.00.
The above Statistics allhrd food for much
sober thought and we would like to endulge
ourselves with a few just now, but space
and time forbid, and we leave each one to
his own reflections.
In the East, every thing looks more and
more like a general war. No naval or
military action had occurred, but-political
events of the highest importance are being
ddeveloped. In reply to the autograph let.
~ter of Louis Nuaor.isoN addressedl to the
all negociat ions. France and England
lhave entered into an agreement which
amounts to adeclaratin-: of' war and it is
rumored that England has sent a linal ant
uouncement to the Czar, nanting a dlefinite
tme, wvithint which, lhe nmust evacuate the
Lec Baa Blew.
The above is the title of a necat and
spirited little Monthly, which we find this
week upon onr table. It is edited by as
corps ohf young Ladies coinnectedl witlt tihe
Johinsonvide Female Uiversityv, located
in Anderson District ; and jndlginag from its
first issue, wvhich evinces indlustry and tal
ent, is destined to become quite a popular
companion with umany of the ntights of lla-'
chelordom despite their bonasuted aversion
to " blue stockitngs." Thte ladies of coturse
wvill all be its ware friends. We bospe-ik
for " Le Bas Blue" the kind regard and
well wishes of all ot our readers and most
heartily welcome the I,adies among thte
Knightts of the Scissors.
Notice time Advertisimg Cot
We call the attemtion of the public to
thte newv anid enticing endluceents held
out by our advertising patronts in this
weeks issue. All wvho wish to kntow
wh'7ere to get good articles and get tiem at
bargains will find it to their interest to
watch the advertising~ co.lumas. Why don't
people notice these thitngs more 1 It is a
departument of our papers, which rece ives
too littlc. attentint for the good of the com.
mtunity. linw are y'ou to know the true
value of the dit'ereitt articles yotu amay wish
umnless y'ou notice at what prices they mtay
be obtained *1 People, too, are' not go'ngt. to
advertiso for thonsere funs of it. l'That is,
they are not going to do it unless thtey
have somnething tmore thani commtaon to of
fer. Look, then, at what thtey have to say.
We should gladly call attetiona to eac'h
advertisement separately, this week, they
are all so good, but it would occtupy too
mouch of our time and space, We saty,
hdwever, they are all worthy of your aut.
tentioni. Look and Judge for yoursolves.
A mong the events of the dlay none stand
in bolder relie, for unparalollod imupud~enco
and success, none moere plromnnt than
the fillibusterinmg expeditIon of Col. WVA.
les agaInst Lower California. With scarce
fifty tmen to back hsis ittntions, lhe quietly
gallopados into thie country known as
Lower California, sets up) a republic, is de
* lared president, publishes proclainationts,
srents a govermhmentt army, andl navy, and
all ont of flity men and a smaull merchant
aloop. But this is not fil. The news of
hi1s1 success has spread, he i reinforced by
soame two hundred recruits, aind capis the
climaxi bv annaring 8anoa to hi:. Itpu..
lic. lie mayI well wri'e himott'e, " Vle
at res Ldier."
IRaitt-onts, 1Etotels, t,~!
It is getting fashi nitblo, if it is not An
already, fur editurs to write an liecount of
their travels, whenever they take a run
frotn their sanctums. Wre, however, do
:ot prloft!s to ie vry faKshiotInale and
Would diecline doing O, but that we are
inclined to sap i little about IRit-oalds,
//it4s, t. Well, jist a week ago. after
partaking of a nice, hot breakfast, of sh:d,
eggir:, &c., at friend lrr1 ioett.t.'s ioapitit
lle Ilarliee lieue, we took our seat, with
rome seventy or eighty others, ini the W.
& 31. cars, at peauct; with ourselves anrd all
the rest of manikind, anid shoved tll' for Co
Iulubia. We had luite n pleasant ride of
it. When We riacited the \Vaterece
Swamp w\e Were wide awake to see what
datmages the late frehuot had done to
our- roat. lint, with the exception of a
little hnrrting up of the platformn, at. 1he
jUnction of the ('auntden, branch, we cut11d
scarcely tell that, a few days before, all
was out vast sea of rush iig waters in that
nlow peaceful and quiet swamp. We had
heard a great nl:iy persons complaining
about their detention a few lays before,
and all seemed to ag-ee that a new and
higiher and stronger trestle ought to be
built across this swamp. We noti cei and
iiade intiiries about this mit.ter and can
sitte for the infrntation of all interested,
and to stop the nouths of the whining
and coinplaining, that the W. & 31. [tail
toad Coinpanv have taken this matter in
hanel (anl this, it itself, outsht to he a suf
licient guarantee that it will he well done)
and are not 'nly goiig to build a good tres
tie. but have actuIally begun one. The
track is already being prepared-the pile
driver is there, in the stvainp, and they are
onluy waiting to get a little good weather to
hiava. as sa iling over t here eight or ten feet
high in air. When we reached the (o.
lutnbia and Sout hi Carolina HIadi itiad, I
there was sote little delay in conveyinL
the mail and haaggage across the wash in
that road, but it was sooin over, and all on
their way again-sonme to Charleston and
some to Coilmbia. We were surprised to
see how little damage the trestle of the
South Carolina Rai it Road had sustained,
after hearing smune of the exagerated re
otrts of the injury to this road, which had
been in circulation a day or two before.
Vhen we were there, a wee; amgo, the in
jury was almost repaired, and the day after
the cars ran over as usual. We have
made ip onur mHind to put n, faith in report
hereafter, especially ins Rail Road reports.
We sailed ot'and soon reached Columbia
and then .ar Ni's crnsfortb/e' </ur/rs.
W4e had! heard a ;;eed1 d.eal boT.r: -
liotel, his politenie's. &c., and we had ex
perienced a little before, but the old fellow
is growing better in his profession as he
grows older, and we must admit that he
has kept his promise and mnade his Intel
one of the iery best i. all tie comntry.
Cailt ont himi when you q'o in Loboisatst ir
.vun want grussing(Ii, cleaun anid icomf orta
ll bieds, attentive servants and a gentle
roan to (lent with. WVe spenit twoi rr hiree
very pleasanit days wvith him-n-lookedl at
the imoprovemnents troinig on ini C olumiibia,
andi of' course, amniaig these, at the Newv
State Capliit just being erectedh, andl t he
pireplarat iions ot Messrs. tI .az'. & lli.,'r
waa- to remove the oldl bruibinirgs. I Iiardn
aiii talIkedl of all we coud hiit anyv interest
the prospect of l' 'is-rs and A~ ri.nts for the
Senate--the~ bursiness. gi mi ont mi coriri,
&c. I leard thait six or seven st udeints hadl
just bieent siisiendied ior ma k ing Iirtes in thle
camspus aind giving what we utsed to know
as "lhe studienits stiile ,"' but it was
thoughit they wvould all be taken baick again
very sorn. Arid last but not. least we es
iali sheda a correspondlenice in Columtbia
gut a goodi dleat of butsine~ss for our paper,
arid got back hromie safe arnd souind.
'Tr K(X Cinoistx Ti :s.--Thlis is the ti.
tIe of' a new dlaily papesr, published ini C.
lumbhia by Messrs. Gitexeu in & lautir'rr,
to which we wioithi call the attetiimi of
thle public. Th'le eniterplrise andii abilitv
dispha-, id by its co~inntors givo aussuraince
hat it will takle an eiatrly stan I as a leainig
Wi r.NioNio Ileniai.n --We see that
this excel leiit andit ablyv cindlucted jounial
is tnow issued dauilv.
(hanr reflins with WiVhniini iti are he
roing ner'r andii riotre mitere'stingr its
as the WIiningron ail .\ianichester rail
roiad plroeses towards compileliti irndi
we rejoice at this eviidenie of eniterprise
anid prospuerity ini ithat lite.
i~F Al' .o s i.ms-ra.---.\la m- i'i 1.
.\ hal pthast seven o'ctock oin Saturdar
evenig a tire broke out in the stablte of
tI-e depot oif the Stl h Cirt lina~ Iil i floai.
Tlhre stabile anil harin, withI thle fodeir, wvere
dlestroyved, but the horseos arid mules saved.
The louts was trillinig. Th'ie bh uig is
owned by the South Carolinia Rtail Unoad
We~ learn fromu the Wiashuingtn cur
restpondenuce of thie New~ Yo'irk //eraut that
it is saidt a ubilst itiute wtilIlibe oilbred to thre
Senatel Nebraska hill, hlv ar Somb herni dem.i
ocrast in the I louse. Thle stibstitute will
counsist of thle hillI as originally iuitrodnreedl
iunto the Seniato fromi the T'erritorial Com-il
inittee. TJhit. bill is ricisely the saune as
the Territorial bills of 18f40. Tlho object
of this tovo is to dio away with the abro-si
gatioun, im exptress termis, of the.lio3siouiii
comuupromiiiso of 1 824. CoXl. ilenitton will
muake a groat sptooch against tlihit bi. l Ie
dlelarew lie will riot ho 'ountinedl to an hou nir,
anduu it the Iinse insist upon hiiis stppi ng
at thum coircIuisioui of thrat periodl, hue will
titnish Iris speech in t be rotn rta r i h
opoui a ir.---Xtam/ugard.
Plato observoed that, the minds of
childreun'woro liko bottles wvith nairrowv
mrotuths ; if youa atteinpta to liii thuem too
speedily, muctih knowvledge was wyasted
and little reeiyed,
Afier nany m'ontls clsumied
in vahili aittempts' to solve the rayltll ry
i %%!nih this roust rmark:tbl'e case Is
wrapped, the jury cane to it coneltlsio
on the 3d instant, and much to the as
toniyhmnt.eli of the w lie e contry re
tourned a verdict against rile defUdant.
Dr. Gardiner was iniaiediately sent
enced to ten yeairs im prismnaent in
ite penitentiary, timnmedirtulv after
setntee was pa'ssedl, the prrisoner swal.
lowed a lose of stfryciniise, .an1d short
ly aller his arrival at the jail, he was
seized with convulsions.'Whicb lasted
seveni hiturs :it4 enetld In death.
Such is the sad denonruiemen/ of one of f
the roust remarkable cases oat tile rim
inal records tof the counitry, alliirdinag a
striling exerlplific atioi o' the asser
tions, t hat alt lhough t he deepest
sc'henies of villainy moay fir a while
Withstand the coibined power of legal
acumnen and~ governmnent authority,
juticie will in tite cnl le triuilph:uiit.
Thu tanfortimiate celp trit protested hi:
onnfocence to the list. i14 lhas wrieln
a lrtter and plaed it in the hands of
his brother, wtho has thus fari unaccounit
ably absented hinaself. lit pronoute
ing the sentence, .1alude 't nw ird ad
dressed the prisoner in the fotllowinr
"You have heei coinivie ed by a jury
of your country of the criae of aitlso
swearing, touclehing the expcNLiture o'f
public intoney, and in support of a
clitini igainst the :Uited tIat'es. Per
jury, in its natuire ad general sense,
strikes at lie root of all tIhe securities
which s' iety is bouniaad to extend It
and m iiaintain around tlet citizeni. hli'
pa rticuilar oll'nre chaiged ipln t o,
and upon w hich he jury have ta.iSsed1.
whether considlereI ill relerence ti, the
oaloplict.cd plot by whicb its oibjects
were ("ousuu1nna1ted, or to thlt- aomai
ofi noner' obtainedil'l t 'ai i Tlrea-ury
oal the award of the couniuiaiissiilei's
appointedi to decide tiponi the ehllomts
Unnder thet trtyt with Mexico of Ieb
ruary, 16-1.1 is one of mansal enormii-ai
"To address suclh olservat i'iins ai
most seem t ever y mana wiath ln
the cireuii;tances I hat. surrtiuiided y o
to a person fit y(,ir c'ineedt~ ability
wotauil lid - iselers 'ir v:ill; n-eless, if
they have ari'en in your own mind;
v:in, if they have n' it. From yomr
ite others shoutli learn that no pha,
however rerlzlote its oirigiin, with what.
ever iorceat. laid, however stelthiIly
or adroitly pIarsuti:id for years. utntl lit
legt etixcltid, or with what ever sue .
eess fioi a tille attenddtl, e.nt hi' sit rilll.
ningly devised as to eslante detection.
The iiunexaiupledl imgeiuity, or the net.
work spread itit on this trial, and the
fact that it. has Ieen aexposedr at the last
stage, ought not to Ihil ofa bielefacial
tfiect in tioniVincing all iu iha . if they
Will trample on laws, inian:1i andt] di
vine, they shall suffler fior it.
'l'he sentence of the ('ou: t. is that
yiou siffer. in the penitelat iriay f.ir the
Disttrict, of ((onltlubia imprisonment
and labor for tle period of ten years."
U.h esc-rN/ S urmlarr.
Tui aui r ~gmss ~a h FArn.-lI'relima lia
ary aaieasoures, Li) reco'ver thae li'Oney, &et
W aingtton MNia ehi it h, 1851 .r
Psiu ass, Den' atinrt of L ouisiaa . offter
edl the fillowving:
into1 te priipity of* direttinag le'gll
proceings'lii toi retco ver anyi sm ofll '.
maonliy which ma ha l~ve IheL-Iein pid tio
tier thei 'ollllissiton wi cha adljuiatitnted
thet claiiras tun .\eico. uiniier 1 jthpr
vi-,ins tif thie treaty of GuOa Illpe lii
NI r. Cutiniig. derntoerat, tof New
Yorkl, suagest ud! thei prtipriet y iif Jil
:aimendmentiL'i, aut loitiniag t he ciilonmittt'ee
to~ sendL fori liersiins andt papilers, in ori
der thant the ciiialnittte aum~v ascertan
iagainist whaoma suit shall Ibe eiiaunecateil.
MIr. I 'earkins aceted t' the iltaend.
mnent. Ia Thet estat in passed, antohie
J [' use a'djournred.
INTER!ESTING TO AI)VERTISElIS.
LA I ase of intecrest. to Jidlveirtisers andi'
to the press wasi tdectidedII il '( i iout
hait Satiurdla-. Sti t was.i n barugt. byv
Johnton &S av Ji's :naaist. J1. t i. .1 aO
rn'y thr rectovery oif paymient. lo rt pub.
lishing an adi ver tisemaenit lift y tine
tiines. At. the lbot toll of thils n'ilver
tisemencat was ai ntileI t' very Ipaper
mi the Sitate itoiijpy to the arnmiiiit ofi
five dltllars. It. wasctontended. biy thei
iai whlich' it, fir.-t apjpeatreil. It. was nt
proved~i that, any oatdear wasi givei by)
the deendnt, l as 1. regard s tis paperi,
and it, was c'iiintnded by p laiintlfie,~
countsel that, a's Mr. Jlanaer wJas a subl.
scrier to thle paper~ , ian'd thlerefor'Ie
probai ~ibly' saw the it Iveartiss'men c t evt'rv
publlica tan, it was his diuty toi ordt'r
it. ttut. Thae virietI wasi ini ihvor of1
pilainttilkli r thec full Jam ttt of te ie.
counialt, thliis settl ing.( jthprincti ple thait
rid vet'liers; nurlst spetcif on' thl le iadlver
tist.leen IhIlo numb0 Ier' of insertitonas, or
proive its bewinag o rtdered otut. else t hey
wvihli e liablle, if siibseribeirs, for t'~
amlunti chasrged foir e:veray inaseri ion 'iunl
til oirderedi' ouat. Fo'tr the palainatiff<, Jl.
1). TIraidewetll, 'siq., hfor deeadait
Messrs. Black andi & eymotur.
Themu Nobra:skai 1311.
Thli ill paissed~ thec Seat ii o Satlir.
daty 4th Ma~lrch bay a voite of 37 to 14
and~ is now baethro thie Ihiiset, whetre it
is ex(pected to excito ai great dleal of.
dISisson. Thei yiI a'lloig is thle vote:
YEA-Me'ssrs. Adams, Atch'soai,
adeayard, Bentjamain, Hrodlhadt
1Brotwn, Biutlea, ('ass, Claytoin, D.awso,
Diixoni, D~odge, tof lowva, D~ouglais,l'-v
arns, Fitzpatrick,-Gtoyor, G1wynan, Iliaan
ter, dt ilhnson, I.lne, of howna, .1loqe of
IiiTtnnsse', Nttasuon, Morton, Mtlrriss,
I'ettit, I'utt, Ihusk, Seh:astian, Shields,
Sli-lIl1, Stun i It, hmson of'Kentuchy,
Thfl toson ofl' New Jersey, Tnecy,
Wt'ller ati \\' ill iittis. 37
N AYS--Ae~ssa's. lli, Chat-a', I )odge,
l'essasedetn, Fish, Foot, Ia n tIin, ii sus
ton, Ja inIe, Sewari, 9ainsith, Suninmer
Wade tn-d Walker. 14
.1otle~y nan d HinckIi cg.
The Ch(aresston S'ftrglalrad, of the: d inst.
lhathse the: las'.lowing~ ill relation to Ihese Crimai
nals, Who rre sn'c'egined ilt the recent
5e5ssintn Of the Appeal (ourt in Charles
1tO5, lir the ('nsel ani inhuaa:n mnurder of a
slave in Colleton I)istrict.--The prisoners
sulred the extrene penalty of thie law on
'riday Ud4 inst., at Wa lterhiro:
", Ihc person:,, 'T'homas .oloev amal
Wasn. Illnek ledge, who were lately sent -
en led to receive lte extreme peimiaty of
Iha law, foir the mourder of a slave, were
sent frmai the j:il of this I)istrict on the
evenin be'ore the ast, to the ow.a of
W.lIterboro', where ithe s'xecsution :'ill ic
cur tio-uhy. They baave intinentia) friends,
and it w:, greatly apparehenlhl Iat an
ibllrt wonhI i hie rn:a l to ellet their rescue.
''o avoil the posibility of this, however, a
elstacahintt of la ('hrlie.:ton I-!gh: I)ra
goons were started at 5) II'clo.-k, oi \'el.
nesday tnornin-;, to 'o by land to the pince
a execution. while dietachmsents of Ar
tillery nnl infalntry, having the prisoners
im ebarge, lert ror the s:me place: an Well.
nesdiay ni.ht. I'hey procowealel on board
thrle Col. lyers, as far as .'arksonbro' 15
miles rn \ Waherr' ail fri tha:st point
were Ito have msareha:Il to the Intt r place
where it is sulposed they arrived at an car
ly hour on yestesrdlv."
" It Is reported tha.t even tp o the liour
of their staruing the pr.soni'r e.pr,'osed a
csnaallent bebel that they'. woul hes res.
sued or shut by their friends before they
conhd hea h asa. The measures liar this
tI rern ent of the laiw are so well rot rt.
ci an! efliietl. h:at iasiorn or escape is
h:lal'v poss-ili. The cruelties inthteil by
th.se misguled nen upon t ilat iserable
c'irtinas of ther harb arity. were of a char
.tter asa revotinr, s to be irrrcosnciiha !e
with any olhar sluppo,i t than that ah-y
wers'r Il Iszasl b' aaaas iniant iona. Na delenie'
(if 1ii.. ki-Id. however. w,:ss et sap, so tar as
we- hve inaral, al if it h:,l heen, wo,shl
have hll little elhect in protecting still
Iro th m'atence tof the la ther h1:a1l si)
gr slv viilbitel, or the stern andlu itnah
naaatt .eataaarrsl which enaforces It..''
* .. -0.-.. -_ -_
'The Gar'dinear Fr:tudt.
The press ever'Iher ia calling Ir a
full explanation of all who had anything to
ds with the later Gardner fraul. Thest
Ris'hmaom lEmpairer says ;
"The chief ca iminal in this great con.
spiracy a gainst the puiac treastry has
fearfally exiated Ilas gailt, hult his accaa,t
pliies la:ae nat vet baten Lronught to jus
tice. Nabs sly believes that Gardner was
the sonly agenta in the fraud which enrichad
lawyers at tihe! bar, and juelgsa s-n tle'
bench; while a:y contenti atnash was
har th passive instrunsaatt of abler ansd
more: influentiail en. The plot shouhd he
traced in all its ramifications, and every
guiity benetieiarv of the Gardiner clainl
stoul be exposed, and he uale to l sagrre
hit ill-giot gai. For the crelit of the
ctntry', da the ends of justice, we trust
tles govermaent will not rest content with
the conviction of 3rainer.''
It would se'an fran thae subjaoined para
grraph, fror an art icl tin this topic, which
we aind in tile \VaIhignunin, tat the
G:neral (;overnmaent is dtaebarmineds ti
pro secenste furthI" s inveastigaaIts inalia thais
'"euod ransst- 'lahsac s'sr bep yet soiane
st:ardsr d.-'vc lopI'seiets aa theis ftheajr ex
aaananltltan ofl th iis acaset.
" Of ones thaing alhe. corit ry nsay. lae we'll
a nsred. 'Te inst rspis IPresisdentt ofl thes
Una:tedI States, who wii.ias ea rly saa aviniss
ha sternsi prinse isf briaziaag the ; aradnear
fr:aaud to just weC, ill nost ips a~ s nlsschasrg
sag hais '. hsole dnaa v. Thel c'ru'ailty whos aisav
he( '.witins r'ach sit the~ las'w. naaiv rest as.
suaredl lta thaey will lbe dlraaggs:lIantoh
lighat is! day. No possitiona shall sahichl ilhesa
awal sao co rrup ~t inthlaaences c'anaIa bea '.nvoked
rto slahihl iatni ossth lsa ate ther'. haa'.e
hoaas nr af t heir saistry a-, a hey, isa adancase,
pIrt '.ithi ail reg.sad hsir herV ta'.or anad all
sclaimas uponaa hera ancracy. ''hey are, in
ertiv ionsly I iniheatts thm e sntencre whlich I
atlay haave, pronounascedi upons sthemaaaselve's''.
'l'i 5i.' prmeta t rtrong langu-'ae fram the la
iilljaia ci gsm of thec ( '.sermnaaent, andsa
thse who '.r.a vea. been wac ro'.nsgfually conscerna
edl as this cae asiay hook out.
('rantrary to genaeral expectastion,
the Csoutrt ads jaournied a an Satt day nor-a
iag last. ,ludsge WNithiers lets beena's
very assiidsousa ina pushainag for'-'ard buasi'
nesss; anad this., taskent in Connesaction
w'ih te contiiace ofl t'.woi or three~.
Ieiou as tcsases-, eab~hled htimi tat dischaurge
thec jus ra lt San atnrsday fin seaslasn.
Th'ea :ase-s aof thec St'ate. v's. .\alablre'y
w'ias taertatedl~' I n Sal '.taanalay, abouiit,
haulf-pasat Ie ' 'cslsock p.' isa., by thaejusry,
: ater a sesiona 't weentyaai hoIsurs, briang.
arng aas a vei'rdictof "aiin asagtr.
Tne , Juge' the l's addiressedlia' th pr'iaasne.
isn a vea'. feeling~ andai appropr'iatie mat
aser, an d :sentttnced hira to eig~hteena
imuothas imprhiisonmens~t tasd a l'ine otf
::.~ 10. Tlhes prsa eena~stisna sof' thi's eaae
'..asa asbly 'onducssteds Iby thea. Saaliciatusr
andta l'.daa tmal lielliniger', jr., e-nij., whotse
sajenainsg sit ther case ad addlaress to, thae
al) ry eicit edl ussiversass sI costmendaioni
sir thet. 'abilhityv and.I li eloqense dhispIl aed
I trin.t Thla prtissne waaa' ~s def'endsed
Iby .\Ia's-rs. .\asse<, 'Triadowe'.sll, ands A r
t laera &S Tl'ly,.~ to w..hsse satrennious eti'ortLs
its isi hatIla hea nust l'eel' gratl~y itn
WVhils't sal thais, we feel constrained
tss say thsat, tiahmore we.. see. of' the ad.
Ianinis-tr~sat of1 thet. cr'timial law' int
Souathl CJarsolina. the more is appar'ent
as uas thes nescessity oft the iastitultioni
sol a penaitetliarsy sy'stemIa in ths State.
( aroli'n ian.
Clua're of citizenus Iltrnm
A wrvaiter itn te Amsericana Law'. R~e'g
isler', foris thac ens'rent aiuonthI, callIs the
attentatison ofh thae pulasiire ao Lthe State of
tih aw''. sit thae (Jiited Stasts isa retfa'r
s.ee to th lasit izenaships of' clihaia bos rn
sat cit izentI~ paents itn a reg coutn try;
and stronagly urges the necaessity lasr
actisn aibhy ContgI oss, in arnler 1to te.
I iaa'o them'tl'' arim betinsg hlft in the
ptositirs sif taiens. I Isaya.s: "It dis.
nost, probihably occuar Iso tihe Atme.ricant
Iihas v-ha are visiatinlg I'iurope that
theair cliirens't a bran itt a t'reigna att cut I'y
are alients. andta wh-Ien thev~ return'l b~~~ae
will return utder :l the lisabilities of
aliens. Yet Ibis is indiputably the
(ase ; for it is not worth while to con
sider the otly exception to this ruIn
that, exists under the 1aws of tlh Uini
ted States, viz : the case of' a child so
born whose patrentIs were citizens of
the United States ll or bef'ore the 14th
of April, 1502."
This is t r ry inportant subject., and
certainily .aills fior irimpt, attention and
Ililaekstone, the distinguished.llurisr,
was a printer; Wni1. C. Jirynnt, the
poet, was a printer ; N. P. Willis, the
scha alar and poet, was a printer
J udge luehanan, J ude Olt lie Supreme
Court of ILouisiana, was a printer ; ex.
United S. Senator Sianen Caneron,
was a printer; Edwin Foarrest, the
Arneric'an tragedian, was a devil in a
pi'int ing ollice ;W m. Hligler, the pr
sent (Governor of IPen'nsylvatnia, was a
printer ; a tl iow, Louisiata has one
of the Brightest ortatnents that ever
adorned the Criminal llench, aid he a
d isiple lf' Gottenberg, Faust and
S'effelr-ilon. John C. Lame. The
I Anerican Senate, the hlouse of repre.
ser.tatives, every I.agislatulre that, has
yet sat in this cou.try. anil every branch
where the genius ft' intellect., soundness
of .1udment, and depth of prolhuand
thought have been essential, has been
graced by the poor typo, who once re
ceived j mrn eyn'uus vayes .
A Number of Voters take
re.oure in annoncin g Col. Witi.lAM
A. (' )I.( * Ot'(;iI as a r;ndil:ate liar Sher
ill'uof Snuter I)istrict, at the next election.
.\March I5, 18.4. 20 if.
9(lnf 1.S- of cheice cunitry cared
S? I.\(CON, and 5Il) Has. No. 1,
.A1 '' I.. lia), for sale low liar cash only,
by fIl:TII.Eit & N EWitfItyL.
.\arch 15:hi. 1751 ,nr t f.
T II: best and latest lMdlitions of .Sebool
llooks, .f all kinda in traneral use, ti be
had at i !TI.It & NIEW111:ltY's.
March 15:h, 1851 20 if.
T arrive by the next Train, a choice
lot of (rorcries frm Haltimire. sneh
as Cliaritied anti Cail"e Sugrars, sauperior
itn anl Java Calle, No. 1. lackerel in
Kits, Swaps, Starch &c., which canl be
uigIt how frnm,
lnUTI.MR & NBWB1J"lty.
.\larch 15:hr. 1851 20t tr.
1. C. WI'llB & Co,
IIM undersignedl. have associated themi- 1
selves togethre. under 'he above na rae
and style, for the transaction of all bu1t
niess in t he toercantile line~ and ualav b
found at the old stand of Win. WEIiI,
where they willI lie happy to ee and ae
cotudate their friends ai the public.
It. C. WV 1:313,
R. 8. WM H 11.
Mar. 15, 1851. 20 i f
Mr. JOIIN 'T'IOMSOJN iq aaulmitied a part
ner iinamy bausjin'e fraami itsi comm;enn-menii~it.
The~ busiess in futuire will hateaaaconda uct andr
the firma of Rhes & Tnaa.%sox.
llarcha 15. 18., 1. 03
R.SQ)tIltf wutld respect fullyv an.
n iounce ato the citizenas ot Humtiter
villIe andl vicinity- that heo will be in Sumter
vilh:- on coutrt weeok withount fail.
Mar.15, 185-1. '20 2t
II Nts n Acntotuelt'ebba
of JIanuiary, I1851, haave bieti assigined to
ii. ID. Grecen, I,. Ii I Helser et. ;al.
I'ersonts indebitedi are required to maake
Ma r. 15, 1854- '20 e
Yoa rk miarkets. ai brge tu i an omlete Stic k
of Gioodsl for the Spring andl Sutnunter tradle,
Scomnprisinig in pa rt, unider the hadlfowing
Ma3ple & Fanc D y oois
Atmottg wvhnih, is a intsso rtmena'tt o f Muis
ins, f,:ace, Coalars, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
R R.4 1) Y -U A1)1 D (:Ca.'rl.Y(,
I hOOts & SIan)ch.
Ladies farshionable Silk atid Strawv Baan
Getllemoen's fatshionablet II.\TS-Pana
ma, Leghourn, anid P. 1,. IDo.
IIareIwarre & Onutliry.
Carrihage llaardwa':re anid TIriininings,
I roni, Na t., I lolow-w are, SNaddelea, Biridies,
Matartingales atnd Cliars, &., &c,&.
Also, af(nlI suppy of
All of which will be sold low for cash
or to puinctal enstomners on time.
Thankful lfar piast favoirs, we respect.
fully asks a continuiatnce of patrotnage,
promttsimg oni our part toi uso every exer
tion to sat isfy our cuauners in prices.
RtOGEMRS & SP'ENCERI.
fDashopville, Mar.15, i85 1. [20-if]
001I.ORl.RlD FRENCII MERINO1*S, and
C (olored Germant Meriroces andl Parmtot
ta Cloths-for sale at iess thaat cost.
WaX. J. JACOBI & Son.
221 K ing-streeta (bend) oppilosito thec
Mar. 15, 1854, 20 2t
221 Embroidered 221
50PEKcent, unidr cot
Wa. J. JA COBI & SON.
2-21 King-uteet, (bend) opposite the big
Mar. 1, 1%1 20 2
FOR A LE.
Y permissions of William l.ewVis, Or
I niagary of Stiter istrict. I will
sell before the C(curt I lonse of Sumter
I) strict. e'n tlodl:ay the :)rd of A pril next.
to the hiOhest bidder, FO(TYl.'ill tIEE
Nl'G iOJI5. hlilongin to tothe lEsttat of
W. .M. Sanders. The.-e negroes are all
vyon.r land have ben raised inl Suomer
District, and are au nacotunsmly likelv
-g;.ang!. The te-rms of the sale wviii be on'e
third pay able the lirst of Novermber next.
The rt;lance in two and three years, with
iii ere-t upon the whole frotm day of sale,
payable annually. The purclhasera giv
Iug :'>nd and a'pproved security, and a
,n.rtgage of the property sand paying for
Ihe nee-s.ry papers.
W. M. S.\NI)EltS,
V11.1, be sold at the plantation on
'Ihursday the ;30th inst., the lerishable
property of the said Estatse, cnskisting of
C:ors, Fodder, Stock, I'lantation I teawgIs,
I.'lose-hold and Kitchen Furanture, &c &c.
'aermas mnade knowna on dlay of sasle.
W. 1. SAN IEEtS,
Admim at rator.
March 15, l851. 20 :it.
NC (C*olaalim a I3inner and Camden
Journal will p)Ilase copy the sale of the
negroes until day of sale and forward bills
to Ih is ofice.
R UN.\ WAY froi the suscahribr'r on the
5th mnst. near Britton's Ferry on the
gre-it Pee Dee, said negro fellows to wait -
CIRUS, blaonging to Mir. Saanuel Bell
of Conwayboro' of S. C.. is of rather light
cotnplexion fir a neogao, about 6 feet high,
with high cheek bonies, well built and will
weigh ahlisnt 18 , p.aands. lie is about :10
y'e;ars of asge, ami foramerly belonged to
i r. aleClail, oif Stunter Ihs trict.
JA'CK, commiaonaly called Jaek .Ione#s, of
light comp'exion and inclines to stoop in
his sltislers, is ;ioaat 5(1 yers of age, anid
had on wshen Im left, a slick, or iremsians's
hat. anl an oil cloth co:st.
.lQ81l'I I. dark comlevxioan, about 5
feet 8 meihes high, we;ghs about 1('30
pounds. w itIh whiskers aal wears a cap.
All'FI"El), the brother of Jo:-epl. tih'
I-m er l,:,e hth. ift dark coam plex in. weii'ns
aboaaut 135 ponisaIs and wou;d be taken fur
a hoy of IM rears o'd.
I.W IS.'about 25 years old, of light
complexion, rather roi slhou'dered,
aboust 5 feet S inchas high.
Thie aisive nlegrloes lare inteilligrent andu
enquick spoken, except Jack who has a
st tbborn look. ''hey are ill froma the
Eastern part of North Carolia, except
Cyrus, ;an I it is supposed wil enicavor to
make their way back. (yruaas, though n'it
from Nor th Carolina that we know o., mayo
he iminoced to keep with tlhemal.
We will pay ten dollars for each, lodg.
ed mo any Julor in t sihs S:ate or \urth Caro.
lina, vio that we can get thetn.
s. & 11. BEI.L..
Mar. 1 1554. 20 3t
FALLS & KINARD,
OULD respectfully uannounce that
they are now opruiling a large and
choice stock of FOREIGN AND )0.
.!ESTIC 1)l1V GOOI)S, for the present
Sprmy truade., m.p.. ..rIsing5 . every variety of
511.1(5, l)Ilt|'88-G001), AND) EMl
littl~l)E[RI ES ihiporitedI. Alson. Iltusse
1"urmslatng .5111. l-1.eIaLttioni G~'oid, I losiery,
G laves, & c. &c:.
P'aras andI 1.y'onfs Matillas, alanltilettes,
&c., ofi the latest esigs.
O'i our second floor will be fouin:I Car
petinigs of every qualty, Rugs, Odl-Cloths,
Mal~ttmsa!s, W'nadowic Shbades, Cairtaian ikm
asks, I .a'ce amsi Ahollin Curtains, (;dt Cor
niece., wcitha a coinpllleae stock of Wiandow
Th'le aittenst (In of buyers is respaectfully'
solicitead at ur New G;lass Front Store,'a
few doors abiove thlo market.
Coainm baia, S. (C., an rc 15, 1851-20-It
House and Lot to Rent.
Situtited in thse North-wcestern, part of
the village. A pp'y to
- .1. 11. VA UGilAN.
March 15, IarId. 20 2t.
At C. 8QUIER,
NO. 203S A ND 210,
M1A IN I T I'AE E ,
Manufacturer and General
FINE AND PL AIN
Au avery lowc piricesa for cash, lIe as 'cinstanit
ly' re'pleiin g Ihis large assortamenst froms his
31A NCF lAC 1TORYt' in Columbtia. ands from
Ne'w Yo'irk.aund anow i1er, a grelater variesy
than nsal, especially so isn FANCY A NI)
ENA3MEt.ED) F"IlIlTl'I. Sinting anld
tticif it (Chiris. kTe. .%c.
G IIEATlLY 131PROVEDI PIANOS, at New
Yo'rk caashpries. gg' All l'iasiiim or Furaai
tsnresa:-hy haim are wcarrnted for iine yeasr
sir lainger. All kisnds of Fusrnsiture neatly'aned
A lairge lot of 3AAIIOA NY YE'N EllS ons
h~said, withs other Catbinet Mlaker's Mateerialas, in
WsAI.L-P'APEL AND) It()ll)DEIlNG, a
large and rich ass.ortmenlt.
L; ??' Funeralui servedl at sort not ice with
aMetlalic anda Wiood 'ofilins.
lHe woumild respectfully invcites his frienuds and
the Pubhlic genserally so call asse examine his
Masrch 15, 1854. 20 iy.
kJardware, Paints, and
J. & J, B. EWlBT,
COL UMIJLA, . ('.
SIGN OF TIIIE GOLDEN JACK-PI.ANE.,
(Offer for sale at very lowv prices, a large andl
well iassorted seek of
MIJ..-t A W N A N D. All IIRfONR,
PAJITS, OILS, A ND DY E
Gi Goodla de.liveredt at thle D~epot ftree of
eharj. I' 18 . & J. B. EWART.
Mac 5,15. 20 ly.
White Ld iWieLa!
10,000 LBS. PURE WH'JTE
L IE D for soic low.
J. & J. 13. EwA RT,
t'ouumbja, K.. C.
I Marcha 15, 1950 ma l..
CO!,U l'MlIA, S. C.
.IE:( l-ua to e.111 the attcntiopn of lii,
frin ls aill the ptablic to his
Large and handsome Stock
OF .IswEI~lty, &C.
In adilitiu to hils former stoek, lie hta just
recive:s 1 W w t-t nru exttns -ti srt nent of
(t.1) uel SI LVElt VATt('Ii :s. ahitutel
( 1 I( 1ipSf every variety, Silver and Ilaited
War-, a Iarge- v:rie-ty : .ilitarv and Funcy
(:nue ; st n., hjille-. s ;n,rtsnanp A ,paratu,
I jne Pocket atl I'nshi'utisrv, aun a larg,
autPrutpnenpt of F \NC:Y (0t D8.
I ii pricen nill b fiaund, it exainution, to
Ie as itodesrnte ns at :tiny oitier sttabliuis et
in the Senth. 'hank ful for pastt favors, he so.
lits it ntitnnanre iof ithe pattromlge of hie
fareer frienlhe and custoners.
March 1-, 1851. 20 ly.
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COLUAUBIA, S. C.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Pure D)r:vys, NIt'licincs, Chemicals -
'efeit ,, C,, / :,-Uny Articlsc, Jirutsc,
Ulumeure", J ye. St,./'<. uindu till kinds of
GENUINE AND POPULAR PATENT
A eontplet nsuortment, of the best quality,
ail at tle Inrest prices. 4
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
DR. C. H. YIIOT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
_11sr T'IE COU RL'T 1[ USE.
Drugs, Mnedicimes, Chemi
cals, Perfumery and Fancy
SELECTED EXi'ItESJIN FOIL TIlls
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
Boots & Shoes.
1:)7, Rticlhardson Street,.
COLU.M311IA, S. C.
II AS constantly on htd and! in laily receiv
ing fre.i supplies of all kinds 'it %aities am
I 'entlemeuns lbets uaisl Shews of! the latest liah
: !r.. Fit ESII 'A1.F-SKINS:tisl SOL.E
j.i; A'i'II*:lt teir iouot-snakers.
March 15, 1x51. 20 ly.
Dealer in Groceries, Hard
ware and Dry Goods,
252. RICAIA R DSO.V ST REE ET
ntt corner of (,arvais' Street, -( t
CO()I.UMIAI, S. C.
MJarcih 1~. 1851. 20 ly.
C. P, REMISEN,
(SUCCESSOIt TO It. IIAWLEY,)
IVIIOLE SLE .XD RETAiL,
R)rch rdsn, *S rvr-N
TWO D0it EI .OW TIIE M AIRKET,
COL:ULIA, S. C.
M.t re h 15, 1831. 20 l y.
CO.VFECTIOxA RY 1 AND FANGCY
xo. 136, Ri;chardson Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
P'AltTIES AND W EDDINGS FUltNISHED'
AT SIlOltTEST NOTrICE.
JI~IO L ESA LE ANED RET AIL.
March 15, 185!. 20 ly.
Dealer in Procisions, Flour,.
iBl (coN, uRIOCERIA'S, WVINES,
LI Q LOR? (, 'WGARS, T OBJ (ICO.
Plantation Supplies and
COUJNTRYV PI'I JE.
TEA, MOiASSES. CH EE&SE, &c.
194, Richardson Steet,
COLUMBIA, S. C..
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
French Muslin De Lanes.
fl0'11b'si't (f--""--es i"'-'n colors sn'
~figured, sat 37,1-2 cets per yard. 'VT
above gnads are reglarly worth 62,1.
cents per yard.
W. J. JA COB1, & %on.
221 King street, .(bend) opposite Big~~
M ar. 15, 18.~4. 20 2.
Muller & Senn,
WVIOLES.t L E .A Ni) RET AIL
hT II l asbscribpersi wouldi res'pect fully cit
th ue attention of thenir friends and the
citizenss getneraiiy of Sumnier D)istric~t to
their extensive and weil selected stock of
GlROlU li*ES, in generaI, and pat-ticularly
of itheir FA~iilA GROCERLIES AND
PROVISIONS, wih will be disosedI of
on as favorable termas as aure oil'ered at any
oth~er esttablis.hmaent in the city.
All orders foir Goods wvil meet with
prompit attention and be executed with
MUII.ER & SENN.
March E8th, 1$.54. 19) 4t
(rry We are authorised to
atnonne Mr. JAMES E.. WVIHER
SPOON, of Salems, a Candidate for Rep
resenitative for Claremont Coutnty at the
March 8, 1854. 19 tf
DIED I-FIGS, RASI NN, CAN DY,
ChlEESE, HlOTI.ED) CIDER, P5ORT .,
Hourag~n lDeI..ing, P~rinstedl ~sncnts, French~l
CasmbrickIs.- Fitnt nwstrtmsentt ci (ing
h-uns, black and eoloired, and Emubroideresi
Goods, & c. &e.
. T. 81OlMONS & Co.
Miteh th, INI. I) ti