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French pA* r",heititois the recent
decision.Of -en 'eapitalists in favor
of a railroaddfr6in Iordeaux to Bayon
ne, on the frotier of Spain. iThe con
elusion of this rond wilL open a' direct
continuous tiiunication through the
centre.-of- 'Europe, from the frontier of
Spin 'to Paris, "Brussels, Cologne,
Hunover, Berlin, Dresden, Munich)
Oldinety ' - Vienna, Posen, Breslau,
C aow, and Warsaw, and from the
hitter. to St. Petersburgh, when the
iMlroad now constructing between the
two cities shall have been completed.
The Hon. Thomas II. Benton has
published a lItter, stating that his
#iumination by .the democratic conven
ti -et Oipoa .Gerardeau, Mo.. was
unauthorizdd by hin, and that he is
not a candidate yet; that he- will not
submit to a nomiiation by any- caucus
or convention, but that he would per
sonally address the people at Jackson
on the.15th inst., and is determined to
run. as a cindidate for Congress. on his
E .T PRESENT POSITION OF THE TE.
UAUNTEPEc TREATY.-The present
movements with regard to this subject,
ijivolve the possibility- o( an early and
pacifie settlement of. the same. The
great stumbling block in the way of a
ratification of this treaty, has hitherto
' been the Garay Grant, which the Mexi.
can Gove'inment has viewed in the light
of a fraud. ..Mr. Leteher on the re-elec.
tion of the treaty, made its ratificatioli
our ultimatum, at the hazard of a war
President Arista has appealed from
this to President Fillmore, acknowl
edging the possible influence of the re
sorts threatened, but at the same time
acknY6wledging the readiness of Mexi.
co to grant the rights of way on frec
and- liberal terms. It is understood
that.the new minister, Mr. Labrainzer.
comes charged with the full powers ol
negotiating a settlement, . and is only
awaiting the arrival of Mr. Webster
from Marshfield, to enter upon th(
business. It is supposed that Mexic<
will'be willing to surrender the roitt
to the United States for a sulicient
fLAYc ROADs.-The Poughkeepsie
American says in reference to these
"The success of nearly every plank
road enterprise, financially, encourager
the undertaking. of others. This sue
a o l, Is universal. We know of nc
plankeroad that does not pay a 'fail
per.eentage, while very many are pay.
ing large dividends to stockiolders.,
80;osuperior are these roads fir all the
purposes of highways, that they arc
adopted by newly formed turnpike
conpanies, while some. of the old cor.
porations are planking over their track:
hieo iance with the public donand.'
A e t '. , Janeiro 01
tinues-very hot and- 1MT
'iuently-the -yellow fever is mnaku,.;
.feagfless havoc, particularly on boaril
:the shipping. No vessel can i emain
ain this bay, while the present state ol
dhng exist, moure than five dlays, with
-opit getting the'fever on board- con
-sequently -there are not, and in
'facit, there have not been for weeks, any
of-our naval shipI-s in this port. They
are mostly at M ontevideoi.
Ex-raw F'.OUR IN BALTMon.--ThC
L~egislature of Maryland has just pass.
ed a law, which goes into effect imme
diately, making it the duty of the gen
eral insp~ector of flour in the city of Bal
timoi-e to cause all barrels of' flour ofai
superior quality to that which is de
nonminated. and branded as superf nie,
,and not of-the quality oif faimily, to be
branded exrtra. VTe standard of this
grade is to be procured in the same
manner as the standard of ltunily flour
'is .owr obtained.
A ARNMNG-M. Bae nthe U.
S. Senate, on Friday, very boldly do.
fuged the position of the free-soil demo.
cratson the compromise question. H~e
says that if the democrats at Baltimnore
make the fugitive slave law a stick of
timber in their platform, they may
look out for the revival of' the liuflio
party and a 'Buffalo ticket for 1852,
which will leave the democratie candi
dates as high and dry as in 1848, and
'by Lae -saimi operation.
Y Ma. MANoU.-This gentleman's
pe~ceh in relation to the P~residen ey
ha~s met with pointed disapprobation
froni the entire Whig Press of the
State, so far as we have been able to
learn. This is just as it should be.
Hie acknowledged in his speech that
in advocating tihe claims of' General
&eqtt, he was not reflecting the wishes
.of his constituents; and it is written:
ic ihat knoweth hris master's will and
doetk it not, shrall be beaten withs
mnamy stripes.-NA. C.~ Argus.
..THEm PULASKI MoNUMENT.-We
letirt .from .the Savannahm Mornin g
News,. that .tlie design of Robert IE
Lauhitz, of'.New York, hats been adopt
ed for the Monument to be erected in
thiab eity to flhe memory of Count Pu
laski,.the gallant Polish nobleman
whose name occupies so conspicuous
a place-in the revolutionary history of
our- country. Tfhe monument is to be
fifty,Ayie feet in height; the two steps
ahmd the lower plinth to be of granite,
and the-rest 'of the fmnest and best Ital
lan marble, in solid blocksa, weighing
from-one to six tons; the whole to be
creceted .in the most arttistical and
vwo inanlike manner. It is to rest on
pa solid -stone foundationi six feiet deep,
pr mnors it thme soil requires it; and it is
to delivered and erected ini Savan
nalaindwo years-say before thme 1st
of liy, 1854, and to cost $17,000,
. gikaywr.-ount itgold 4ol,
T11l are higlmter tlgg t o genuine anmd
l'Q41y eyjed. kevqral persons
SCARRITY OF IlORna 'LF.Es.-Thero
is said to be an unusual scarcity of
horses in Indiana and Kentucky, and
in many instances these animals com
mnand as high as $150 per head.
Gorgey, the betrayer of Hungary, has t
beguiled his solitary confinement in
the Tyrol by writing an apology for
himself and his actions during the
revolutionary struggle. The work is
in press and ready for publication.
The title is, "My Life and Acts
in 1848-9." It if looked for with i
in monse interest.
SCOTT ORGAN IN WAsHfINoToN.---The
American Telegraph has come out for
Gen. Scott for the Presidency. The I
editor is very savage upon those whigs L
who prefer another candidate to Gen.
EcoNoMucAL.-The heaviest appro.
priatiou during the late session of the
Rhode Island Legislature, vas $400
for payment of his Excellency, and
*200 for his lon. Win. Beach
Lawrence, for their services as
Governor for the past year.
DEATH OF Mns. ADAsts.-Mrs. Ad.
ais, the venerable relict of the late
John Quincy Adams, ex-President of
the United States, we learn, died at her
residence on F street, in vashington,
on Saturday last.
California is wide awake on the sub
ject of Railroads. Among the mimer
OUs bills reported in the Senate, on the
15th instant, was one granting land for
i road from San Francisco to San Jose.
Dn. KINKLE.-It is stated that Dr.
Kinkle has appropriated the revolution
ary filids collected in this country to
the purchase of a Brewery at South
The Boston Courier siuggests that
this article should ie callead 'y mpathy
Beer,' and thinks it would have . a
great run, at the East, were it not for
the Maine law. It adds, however,
that the Doctor might have done much
worse, as mnany people who have no
stoiach forfight have a stomach for
The Newport News, the Whmig or
gfran at that place, annoumnces t hat their
xuimimimer visitors can obtain- 'just as
imuch liquor as they want, and just as
freely' as ever,.in spite of the passage
of the Maine Law in Rhode Island.
TE FitNcix AnM.-According to
the Military Anmanac, just published,
the French army comprises 18.304
officers. It. is commmanded by the
President -?f the lepmublic, having un
dcr his -ni.rs 5 nmrshals, 78 generals
of divissiois, and 152 generals of brig
Crix.RAW RAin.ntoki.-T'he Darlin
ton Flag says that tie Clicraw anid
Darlintonm Railroad has not been
. ed, and is disposed to believe
.' 'o."9plethm. -at no distant day,
is cim tin. Th'le proposed route is t
commenee at John James,' (in the
Wilmingtonm and Manchester Railroad,
and proceed tia Darlington and Socie
ty Ilill to C'heraw.
We learn fromi the Charleston pa
pers that the new work to avoid the
inclinecd Plane at Aiken has beeni coin
pleted, and is now~ in operation, the
earsi htaivin1g commeniced ruing upon
it, on Saturday morning last.
TmE 'V'smoN' Nr:wsmrrna.-Edinmnd
Burke, of~ New Ilamnpshi re, fermem&rly
(ot Patents, and editor of the Washin~jjg
toin l'nion, it is reportedl is about to
renew his connection with that paper.
TUE S-r. LAwIvtENcE FminEarms.--The
govern ment of Canada is fit ting (oit
an armed vessel for the protection o
the St. Lawrence Fisheries. Thme
reason for the nmovement is, that
the Amecrican fishermecn have beeni
using the fishing grounids in thme Gulf.
The ehrated Aihoni, wrho has hand
such brillmint success in all the Euro
pean capitals, is about to undertake ani
IscomnnosTmntFr.o .oi.a.-Jlm B.
Cornell, of Newv York, has taken mecas
ures to secure a patent for a useful im
provelmnt in iron floors, which is also
suitable for roof:4 of buildings. The
floor is ennstructed of two plates, or a
series of plates of corrugated shbeet
iron placed at short distance apart with
the pieces of their corrugations oppo
site cach other, in other words, ridge
over ridge and1( furrow above furrow
the sisace between the said plates being
filled with an inconmbustible cement or
REMEDY FORL TIlE )YSE.N TEnIY.
Trhe Leona~rdtown Beacon says:
'A geuntlemnan of our acquaintance,
who has satisfiuetorily tested the umat
ter, informs mus that sweet oil and land
anuam is an almost inflillible *remedy
for the dysentery if adiministered in
thme early stages oft thme disease. The
quantity for a grown person is 25
drops of Jaudanum to a large table
spoonful of sweet oil. A sinigle dose
will usually efl'ect a cure.'
MAY y 2 1852.
Coulon.--With an active dlemand yester
day the sales reached upwards of 2000
bales--prices ranging more full than on the
day previous and exhibiting decided and
further upward tendency. We quote 7 7-8
to 10 .3.8.
Rich & Richaon
J)R. 10 NS.RICil & S. C. C.
I) RICJARDSON, having associated
themselves togethier in tho practice of
Modicine, would announce to thme Citizens
of Clarondon, that they are ready for prac
tice, un~d may alwvays be found, unless pro-4
feasionally absent, at Ihe omeco occmupied
for thme last five years by Dr. Rich--near
F'rienduship P. 0., Sumter District, S. C. ~
ay 9, 1q52 en - -
SOB I-TUAI Ye SI
Died in Troy 6n the 3rd of May, Mrs.
d. 0. G. COOK, consort of the Rev. Jo
toph 1. Cook, late of Sumter District,
south Carolina. aged sixty -one years and PI
lve months. The deceased was the daugh- or
or of George and Jane Strother, of Ches- I4
erlield District, South Carolina. She was la
or some time before her death, in declining
ealth, and therefore, it was not entirely is]
mexpected by her relations and friends, to
nd vet it pained every one to the heart. b
L'hrough the past severe winter she had th
6it more acutely and frequently the infirmi. C
ies of a life that had past the point of A
I three score years." We were accus- t
omed to seeing almost daily, for several ec
rears, this venerable lady, and we never
inew a more genial: -temperament 'or a
tinder heart. She delighted in reading LL
he scriptures, and would often repeat with
Preat fervency the following passages:
' For we know that if our earthly house of
his tabernacle were dissolved we have a
tuilding of God, a house not made with
mands, eternal in the heavens." And again:
'The Lord is my shepherd; I shall no0t
vant. le maketh me to lie down in green
mastures ;he leadeth me beside the still ii
vaters-" The night previous to her death jl
ihe said: "1 live partly in heaven." And sa
sven in her affliction, the strong hope of fu
the christiat, and the example of her Sa- ti,
viour brought consolation and support.
She was the adored mother of a daughter of
rnu two sons, one of the latter of whom is c
the bereaved Editor of I The Palladium."
EHer example to them in matters of worldly ty
consequence was high-toned and honora- A
ble ; but her meek submission to the will
r)f God pointed her out as the lamb of'Christ. .t
Oh ! mourning children! look not ut the
void this loss has made in your oivn hearts, 0t
but at the great gain of your sainted moth- 13
or! Site had fulfilled her destiny on earth fg
and was summoned "it higher."
T~roy ( A~a.) Palladinmn. .0O. S
SPECIAL NOTICES. "
Ilooflinnd's Germanas Bitters.
This celebrated medicine is one of the very
beut in the country, and its good qu"alities only d,
need to be known, to give it precedence over 0
all others now in usc. Ve have soon its good jB
effects lately, after the total failure of many
others. This is saying more than we can for p
any other medicine within our knowledge, and L.
we feel it a duty to recommend the Bitters to
the notice of uur friends. The genuine is pre e
pared by Dr. C. M. JAcKsoN, Philadelphia. a
My 2. i
A notier Scievatific Wosader I
utri'OITANT TO DysrEPTICs.
Dr. J. S. Ioughton's Pepsin, the true Ii
gestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared front ft
Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
directions of Baron Liebig, the great Physiolo. J
peul Chiemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Phila
delphi3. This is truly a wonderful remedy for V
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Janndice, Liver Com.
plaint, Constipration and Debility, curing after
Nature's Own Method, by Nature's Own
Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain
ing Scientific evideuce of its value, furnished
by agents, gratis. -See notice among the medical
ulvertisenments. I8-ly. I
FROM the suhscriber on the ti
"'shgtt .d tthe 001onr morninti of .,
'he 23d inst.,'a white BULL TEtRI1fER
SLUT:- answers to the tnme of Fanny.
A: y inforination respecting'the sanme wvil
be thankfully received. J. fl ROACHI
Sumterville, May 25, 1852. 31-It
Cornu. . lIE i
100 JIUSIIELS OF PIEWlT
CON, just receivedl and fomr sale
by W. J. FR ANCIS.
May 25, 1852. 31--tf
IONS. JIERGER respe'ctfually inlorins
ilthe ladies and gentlemen whlo prom
ised him their ptatronaggo last month, and
the public generally of Sunmterville that
hie will take charge of a Class in their vii- c
loge as soon as a suflicient number of Pu- A
pils lhe obtained. Mons.. B., as is well rt
known, teahes D~ancing as it ought to lhe
aughtt. He will teach hais pupil& in what- .
over styles they may choose, so that those ,
thinking thuemselve's skilful enough in the
commaion dancimg will be taught the fine
ir fancy D~ances in (lady-like "tyle) which L
ire ntowi-a-day quito indisrpensible in good
soctely. Monts. 13. thinks an ca' ommuzents on
his aibilities as Teacher andl Professor un
necessary. A stubscript ion hist is now ope
at this oflice, and one will a lso be handedl
round by a getntlem-tn of this place.
M ay 2.5, l1852. 31-.3t -
AMYERICAN HOTEL I
CoRNEB OF KING AND GEOncGE STREETs F
Charleston, S. C.
TM,'IlE t'UBSCIHElt, having di.. S
Spc-sed of his interest in the AMtERI.
.AlLCA N IHOTEL to Messrs. G. F. Kan
tsamV & J1. M. liUars, solicit.. for thema the pa.
itronage of his frientds.
GEO. W. KING.
The undersigned would respectfully inforru
their friends and the travelling pubhlic that they
have least that elegant establishmnent the A meiti
ean Hotel, corner of JI~tg and George Streets,
whlere they are readty for the reception of those
who may favor thenm with a onltl. f
KE~NNE1)Y & IIURST.
May 25, l85'2 31-Gm l
Salem Board of Comnmissioners of Poor,
wvill meet on the 2nud Mtonday in Jun re ntext.
tL James Lowry's. By order of the Chair.
nant. J. C. RIIAME,
May .5, 85~I Sec'y &. TIres'r.
A T L , B . H A NKS',
A lot of cheap Muslins and Ginghams,
Swiss and Book Muslinas. Alpaceas,
Embroidered curtain Muslins, r
Furniture Dimnities, Fringes,
Chunbra Ginghams, Silk and Linen Lug. C
Mohair and Grass Skirts. Corded do.
Chemnistts & Collars, Mourning Collars,
Ladies white anid col'd Kid Gloves and
Ladios antd Misses col'd and blk Gaiters. Ci
13 Dales Superior Factory Yarn.T
Onll and Look.
IP you1 want good bargains in Dry Goods,
ruceries, hltrdware, Crookery, Glass 'Ware, at
utlery, Jiats, Cap.. Ilots and Shoes, atnd
'ancy Goods, you will do well to call and look 37
t the Stock now oeaned and fbr sale at rrefuced
rices in liuntervillea a t Mctoy & Jones'. old
tand--by L. M; MocROY.
Aporil 19, 12. un_ 1.
I CRROLINA--SUMTER DIST,
y W. LE W18, Esq., Ordinary for said
Whereas, Daniel McKaskill bath ap
ed to me for Letters -of Administration,
all and singular the goods and ehattles,
,hts and creditors of Frederick Leard,
e of the said District, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon.
t all and singular, the kindred and credir
r of the said deceased, to be and appear
fore ine at our next Ordinary's Court for
a said District, to be holden bat Sumter
urt . House on. Friday the 4th day o
ne next, to shew cause, if any,. why
a said administration should not be grant
Given under my hand and seal, this
19th dty of 3May in the .year o
s.] our Lord, one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-two, and in the 75th
year of American Independence.
W. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
May 25th, 1852 31-2t
'Y virtue of sundry Executions to me
I directed, will be sold at Sumter Court
ouse, on the lt blondy--and (lay follow
" in June next, within legal hours of
Te, to the highest bidder, for cash, the
lowing property. Purchasers to pay for
1 lot of Bacon levied on as the property
Ed. Broughton at the suits of 0. P. &
800 lbs of Bacon levied on as the proper.
of Ed. Broughton, at the-suit of Wm.
2 negroes levied on as the property of
.hn A. Colclough, at the suit of A. Young.
1 House and lot in Sumterville levied
I as the properly of Jesse'Morgant at the
tit of John Conyere, 3 cases, where de.
I lot of Leather, Shoes, Hides in Tan,
hoe makers tools, implements, &c., levied
Ias the property of Jesse Morgan, at the
tit of John Conyers, 3 cases.
I negro levied on as the property W. J.
Bethune, at the suits of A. R. Bradham,
id J. S. & L. Bowie.
200 acres of land in Clarendon whereon
fendant lives, levied on as the property
L. D. Bryant, at the suit of Ed.
1 horse and one mule levied on as the
-operty of Al. Iarwick at the suit of T.
ynn and J. S. & L. Bowie.
I Wagon and Gear, and 2 forses. levi.
l on as the property of Thos. M.cGee,
the suits of John Riley and J. D Blnd.
i Negro levied on as the property of R.
Witherspoon, ot the suits of J. 'T. Solo
ion & Co., E. D. 'I'ringle, and E. S. fhug
1 Horme levied on as the pioperly S.
in hell, at the suit of D. W. Price.
I liorse levied anas the property of Wm
Lee, at the S!it of Mcltoy &-Jones.
I hlorse levied on as the property of W.
1. Ne wman, at the suit of J. Vanderpool,
JOllN C. RHA31E,S.S.D.
umterville, May 22, 1852. 31-td.
Dr. Albert J, Meyer,
TENDERS his services as Physician
id Surgeon to the inhabitants of Sumter
Dr. MEYEILt cnn be found at a)l hours
nless absent an professional, business, af
ic residence of Or. M. 5/ MOORE, four
April 27th, 1852 ' 27-tf
LL Person having demands agaiost'the
L Etate of~ 0. S. REES, deccase'd, will
md then. in properiy attested, and those
debted wvill mnake immed!iate payment to
W. WATIES RtEES.
May3 4, 1852. 28-tf
IRESIT GOSIJEN D3UTTrEl, rust re
ceived and for sale low by
May 17. WV. J. FR ANCIS.
}~lf ~LDS. BACON SIDES AND
91U SilOUL DERS (Wes tern) just
ceived antd for sale low b
Maiy 17 W.JFRANCIS.
L. IlIlE LnRD), just re
IU ' .i ed an~d for sale low by
Sty iG. W. J. FR ANCIS.
Tolasses, Rice, and Macke
EL.. JTust received and for stile low by
ay 17. W. J. FRANCIS.
Sugar, Coffee, &c.
rDaf, Crushed, and Brown Sugars.
va anid IIlio Cotie. Tea.
lour. Molasses, White Wino, and Cider
nap, Cales, adamantine and Sperm.
Jtust received and for sale low by
ayi 17. W. J. FR ANCIS.
p f SACKS SALT, Just received and
'U for sale low by
Ma.y 17. * W. J. FR ANCIS.
ARESBEST QUALITY OF
L Ejust received and for sale
w by W. J. FRANCIS.
May -17, 18.52.
GAILLARD) & WHIITAKERL,
tirames1naad1 hay Dealesrs,
NAo. 17 State-Street,
CH IAR LESTON, S. C.
PEYR GAiL.LAan,. EDwAaD L. wHiTiAKPa.
May 17, 1852. 30-t f
Emroirudered LaeCurtains, of the most Niu.
rb deascription ; Embroidered FrenchI Patvilion
itiiets Embiroidered lMans Curtai,, at
itarkably low prices, at
W. J. JACOJII& SON,
2 King-at., bend opp. the lig Boot.
retnAprl 13, 1852. 25-tI'
M~anilla Grass Cloth.
4.00 pieces now openi at 37 1.2 and 50 cents a:
Ir. . J. JACO lli & SON.
221 KIng-st., bend, opp. the Blig Soot.
arleston, A pril 13, 1852. 25-t
ong Cloths, Sheetings, &c.
Soft finish Long Cloth, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 18
rds for SI. theise goods are better than uniuan
y low at the prices mentioned.
5-4 andi 6-4 wide bleached heavy Sheetinga,
12 1-2 and i8 3.4 cents.
Extra superior 12-4 bleached Shoetings, at
The above Good. now open at
W. J'.-JACOBI & SON,
Ma21 Kag-st., .(bendl,) opp. the lii Boot.
W, S. C.
dit, AT. TnEt LOWEST MARnET rnicK, a large'
VEDITERRANEAN and EvaorEAx
Me dic in e s.
"AN CHEMICAL8 OF M<41 E N8,
ND 011.8. SPICES
FLAVO UNG EXTRACTS,
MLANs NAIL AND 'JOOTi-BaUUri.s,
W , '11o8s1 AND HiAfn BRUSnES.
RD AND gPE.RM Oins, FANCY SOAPs,
9 AND CAmruiiRE, &c. &p.
I Liver Oil.
!jth every article
A DRUGGIST OR PIYSICIAN.
IL Y MEDICINES.
bry Goods and Groceries.
T IdE Subscriber respectfully informs Isis
friends and the public generally, that
he haM just returned from 0harleston, and
is receiving a well selected assortment of
DRY G 0ODS AND GROCh'RIES,
which he %ill sell as low as can be afforded
in thin market for Cash.
Corn, Meal, and Grist, kept for vale as
usual. T. 0 CON NOR.
March 23, 1852. 22-tf
Spring and Summer Clothing
r'E Attention of the public, visiting the
A City, is invited to the New and Fash
ionable Spring and Summer Stock now receiving
AT DUNN & DURYEA'S,
238 King Street, (on the Bend.)
We have on hand and are constantly receiving
of our own manufacture, all the latest patterns
of Spring and Summer Goods, made up in the
best aid most fashionable manuner and warrant
thent to give perfect satisftction.
N. B.--Great Bargains can be had in the bal
ance of our Winter Stock as we must olear it
out to make room for our Spring and Summer
Goods. Please call and examine at
238 KINo SvREET, Charleston. S. C.
March 23, 1852. 22- tf
LATE TIIs FIRM OF DICKSON & LATTA
would sespectfully inform his friqnds and the
public generally, that he is now receiving a ta
rietyoflHeavy and Fancy Groceries, which-he
will sell low for cash-Two doors above the
Planters' Hotel, and immediately opposite James
Camden, S. C. Dec. 10th, 1850 tf 9
Commited. to. the Jail in Sutnter Dis
rrikt on the 19th of April, a negro man who
says his name is JOE. When first lodged,
he said he belonged to a man by the name
of Julio Rose,'residing in Charlotte, N. C.,
subsequently, he said he belonged to a
man by the name of John Campbell, of
Fairfi ld District. The said negro is yel
low complexion, middle size. The owner
is requested to come forward, prove prop
erty, pay expenses and take him w'say.
J. C. RHJAME, S. S. D.
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
New Spring Goods,
. Duc a& o., have jus received their
new suppy of SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTI NG to which they would invite the
attention of ie publc, at the sam time they
would recommn teir Stock of Outfitting Ar
ticles, viz: Shirts Collars, Cravats, Under.
garmner t, Hosiery, Gloves, suspenders, &o.
A pril 20, 1852. 20-tf
Saddle and Harness MYanu
lIE Subscriber respectully announces
tthe citizens of Camden and vicinity,
that having taken the establishment of
M r. C. M. WVienges, is prepared to fill any
ordelsr in the above line ons reasounble brims.
Also, Military work of every description
made to order.
All Heady madle Work on hand, will be
disposed of at Cost.
N.B.-Repairing of all kinds donie with
neatness and deospatch.
April 20, 1852. 26-4t
(At the old stand of A. J. & P. Moses)
OLRers to his friends and the public generally,
a fresht supply of every variety of good. selected
by himuself viz: In D~ry Goods
3.4, 7-8, 4.4, 5-4, up to 12-4 Domestics, from
5 cenits a yard up, or len by the quantity.
Brown Li nen.sat 2 1-2 cents'a yard,
.Colored muslins, and Linen Lustres, 8 yards
to thme dollar.
White Crapo Shawls at $5 00
Bltimore Flour, (warranted good) at $8 50
25 Sacks Salt.
Hiarr-el. of Lard.
Old Governient Java Coffee~ In Matis,
Su nrs of all kinds, senme excellent quality at
Spenm andi Atdamantine Candles, less than
they can be bought regularly in Charleston by
the box. Almonds, liaisons, Fis, Curraats;
Cltro~n, Candy, &c.
In great variety, at very itow p rices, and he
DEFIES comniaetiilon in Hurd ware, Cutlery
and Ciarpenter' 'JToolu.
April 27th, 1852 27-if
Elegant Dress Goods
New and elegaint colored Silk Tissues,
Trse Stikts, Black watered do. Plain
" Jenuny Lind Goldschasnldl,"
Frenich printed muslins; Jaconota, Lawns, &c.
Baref D'Laines; Fancy Bare~gta,
PidSwiss Gini ham.,
French worked Ceiclsettes, Collari,, Sleeve.,
Capes, &c. &c.
Black and colored Alpaccas, Prints, Ging
hams, at 12 1.2 cents, ..
Gloves, Ribbons, Hosiery, Trrimmnings, &c.
at Charlestoni prices.
.L. D3. IIANKS.
April Oths, 1852 24--if
Ready lYgade Clothing.
Wjill be receive -in a few days, a very
fine Stock of bttay Made Cltothing--consisung
of every article or Gents wear, and will b
old low, by ' W . FR ANCIS,
.Oppisite-F. J. & M. Muses' Law Office
Set *5 81 . . 47 tf
Valuable Woodland Near
TI lE TOWN FOR SA LE.
Between 17 and 18 acres of land lying
at Turkey Creek near Sumterville, wil
sold on accommodating terms to an ap
proved purscharer. Aply at this offce.
Jan. 27th, 1852 h4-tf'
READY MADE C'LOTHIgG
Of all descriptions as low 'as P2 50 a fbll silt,
AprIl 0th, 1852 ~~tt1A
. .TOBACCOJL TOHAGOOI!
-BARGAINS to-be.haum thA etbowA rtfoid
at PE~RRY MOSES8'
Feb. 17thb.1832 - 17-t f
Lwreice U;- Ber N
Ito ert C, yers,
It Appearing' my.aPa tn
ho~eriCQyers,one of tip doat
Ihe above stated.cae n i4
Carolina: it is o'rere that,
C. Myers, do plead, answer or demnuvW'W.
complainant -bill of complaI4t Wi
months from the date of the im 11-tion 9f
this order, or hn order pro
taken against him.
W. F. "AY
May 1., 1852.
-IN 4 Q U/IT Y:
Wm. Levis and others
Leonard White and others
IL in ordered that the creditom of Thonaq
James Wilder, deceaed, late rheriff of aq
DistriPt, do P bore m a d pro -e
demndns aginsflle deceased,
Jly order of the Court.
W. F. 0, H AYNSWORTT, %Com'*
Sumterville, Pub 20, 18, 1-o
Wi1ington & Ma10446
26% Miles ii. Opentkaa
On ansi after the first of AOnll the Mal
and Passenger Trains on the Wilmington
and Manchester Rail Road'.will -run t
Mayes' Station, 2.5 miles fro'n its ii.paptg -
with the Canadeq Branch RlI Rn%4g4as
Leave junction daily a.2. 55 P# X after
the arrival of the Cars from %harleston.
Arrive at Manchester, . 8 10 P
Sumterville, - 3. 55 -s
" Mayes' Station, 4. 20 40
Leave Mayns'iStat'n daily at 0.' 00 A, Kj
Arrive at Sunterville, - 0. 40 It 's
" "Manchester,,'..5 t
" Junction, - . 40 11
in time to connect with Charleston.
A Daily line of stages carrviig the U S
Mail through Darlington C. 11, and"Q
raw to Fayetteville, will rOi in co~qeota
with the Rail Road.
Passengers between Charleston orCo.
lumbia and Fayettevillo, or intemiedisto
points will find tiis the most ,coinfot0
and expeditious route.
L . FLEMING,
Res't Engn'r W, dr. AftR
April, 6th, 1852 z
Between the 15th of Afayadid tM
b25th of June last, on the Cane Sivn.
nah Road, leading from Sumtervilld to
Nelson's Ferrya plain SILVER WATCff,
No. 4490 ; 80 i case ; 8 on stem'; buck;.
skin string, and brass key;. one hand-ad4
Crystal missing; verth put in order $6f
The owner is requested to come forwprwd,
prove property, pay charges, and take heR
away within thirty days,or th Wat
be sold to pay exponeep. Thle
in the-fians ot'T. Weeks, ConstablI
ing 2 miles below the iJe; in.are
Information can be had from Chosel
April 13, 1852. . -t
Take Out Your Negr&,
Committed to Jail on the 21st Augun ,
1851, a n'egro man, who says his nameis
Gabriel, and that he belongs to Dr.? T,
Wilson. - - .
.[The owner of the above named negro
is hereby notified, that if the said negro
is not taken out, and the expenses paid,
by the expiration of one~ year from -
lodgment in Jail, that he will be sold ai
the law directs. He will be sold og'b
first Monday in September nen - ''
J. C. RIJAME, S. B. D,
A pril 3rd, 1852 24&. -t
AT THE CAMDEN BAZAARf. .
The srubscrber haojt reCeived ther n
GOOD8,whichconsists artly of . *
Calicoes, Ginghams, plin and embrol4se4
Lawnsi, Fancy Muslins, at all pric. Ideen
Cambric, assorted color.; Cambric and4
plan ad ceckd;Crapes, Bareges, -
Dai, i su SflkU, and a great variety of
other articles suitable for Ladies' Dresses,
A s~o.--A large assortinent of Ipsen Osubrid
H,dkrs, - Needle-worked -Collars -snd Cnfih
Chemtiets and Cops, Muslin andI Lace Slce.si.
Capes and Mlantillas, Lace ad Muslin lgl
and Inserting, Bionnets and Ribbong s~
newest styles, Ivory, U31ack and Featlieg Fan.
Umbrellas and Parasols, and a great yvkriety o?
other articles too numerous to name.- - -
They recommend their stock of bleac4
and brown Shirting, blue and amped Hozis
spuns, Cotton and Linen Osnaburqp.,lBedTpk
and every kind of Towelling and Table Idner
A very large assortmentof Hosier of every '
soriphion, Linen, Thread Lace and Silk G~l6ye.
Mitti, &c, &c. e
They invite their friends to cidi at their Ste.
feeling certain to be able to satisfyj thea
every way, as well in thet p rice as in the .
mnent of the Goods. M1. DRUCKCER &
April 20, 1852.
Al prsons ailhg demandls agaipst th~e
tame or F. 8. lHeIser, dteceased, wilt l g'.i et,
duly attested; n nd those indebted, wd*i asha
payment to E. M. Anderson. St~juntertl~
8.CLOUJ8A BELSEJ, Adarp
Oct. 20th, 1851
Ready i1iada lgg
A large stock of Ready Made nmsa (
Clothing, at very low pgges. - IN~
Dec. 16th, 1851 &.
.Just received at fresh. suppt ., indig,
variety whigh, nre. \VARtALNED AlQ
hRIsh PO'l TOES, Opion Sptts ~
Feb. W7shA 185~
'The Co..pagtnership ieoto0oreitng
between the suabscfiberq ymJo de~
J. T. SolomlonsA &Co., Ie .WA d4 y.
ed by limitasion sad tualt eg .
pars'ens indebted to said Arta by p~tai /
openi account, will please callfad segtis
. . T. SOLOMONS,
IIf. J. MAYN8\VOST%
Jan.G, 1854 i
A httv ap~e4 mr Snlt
gfof Stephen qO~ leite of ~
nl arsa t 8.n . p[IAm pN
THOMAS J.. W
OFFERS for sale', for cash, or an approved cre
and WELL SELECTED assrtsuant of EAST INDIA
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERI(
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,- PAINTS A
TRU8SES, (ALL KINDS). . VARNISII
PESSARIES, " " DYE STU]
DRUGISTd LABELS, BRONZEA
GLASS WARE, BRUSHEE
PATENT fEDeINE8, -WINDOW 4
TraOxa'SO ttN IIEICINZs, LAMP AND
SHAKERS' liaIIs & RoOTS, SOLAR, LA
GARDEN SEEDS, .3.-IRIT GA
- . Together v
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF
Agcnt for the
PATENT AND FA
April 6th, 1852.
Encourage Home Manufac
TIIE Subscriber, graeful for the liberal
patronage heretofrore bestowed upon
him, takes this method of informing the people
of Sumter and the adjoining. Districts, that le
still continues to carry on the CARtilAGE and
I'ARNESS M ANKUNG bwuiness in all its vari
oum branches, at his stand in Bishopville, 8, C,
lie Is making hinge additions to his Establish.
ment, to us to enable him to manufacture cery
thiig wanted, in his line, at the shortest notice,
and in a style of workinanulsip equal to anly in
the Southern States. He has iu his employ ex
perienced workmen, and is well sup lied with
the best scasoned timber; also with 'Trimmaing
and Mountings of the latest Style.
All new work done in' his line will be warl
rauted 12 months and repaired without charge
if it fail in that time. He will do repairing at
the ahortest notice and in case any person living
at a distance shouid want.repairing done, Ifthey
will write to that eflect, he will send for the
job, anad return it when done.
JAN. W. AM.BROSE.
N.B.-His rr.aMs are as reasonable na-any
person could expect.
BJishopville, S. C., March 9,1852. 20-ly
B lack River Watchnian will copy Six
mont, ' - 'J. W. A.
The First of the Season,
r lIE Subscriber would inforn the citi
. zens of Sumterville and vicinity, that
he is now receiving a large, fine, and well
selected stock of C I; 0T11 S, CASSI
MERES. AND VESTINGS, both plain
ALso-a very large and superior assort
ment of READY aADE CLOTHIINU,
embracing every quality, variety and style,
both for anen and boys. Call and see at
D. J. WINN'S.
Apr'l 13, 152. 25-1f
H EAD QUARrERS.
44th Reg't ....M,
Ot.nFotrD. -March 5, 12.
Mr. John .R. Logan lving been.apponted
Sergeant lalor of the- Forty-Fourth IRegiment
So. Ca. Militia, will he obeyed and respected
accordingly. Iy order of Co. F. M.31ELLET.
W. T. WILDER, Adj.
LVP Watchanan copy one time.
March 9, 1852. 20-tf
500 pr. Negro Shoes for sale- low by
Oct- 14. -W. J. FRANCIS
Butter, Lard, Bacon & Corn.
PUIE Mountain Butter (In small Firkins)
do., do. Leaf lUa, . -do.
North Carolina Bacon, '
Miarcha 25, 1851 24 f.
Lewis MsI Hatch,
No. 120 MEET[NG STREET
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
OILS-Sperm ad Whaal--Agent fine the
WIllTE I.EAD--Agent for Union Company.
IRON SAFE8--Agent for Richa's Salamiander.
-PLATFORM M.CA LE8--Agent for L~ahartes.'
BOGAIRDUS'S MILLS--Agent for Mr. B.
GEORIGIA BIURRL STONr'S. Manufactu
LEza TIIERL BANDS, a large stock.
Chiarlestoni, Oct. G,; 50o
The subsceriber has just received a large stock
of goods for SPRING AND SUIIJMERI, nhich
-he utl'er at Charlestona pries, less expenses,
101 Bades heavy OsanahurgN,
" "Shirting and Sheetings,
"~ " lue D)enims acnd Marlboro' Stripes,
10 Ihbda Biacoun Sides anid Shoulders,
25 llbas Hlaltmore Flouar,
25000 fIne Spanish Segua.,
Sugars, C'otlhes, Tras, &c. &c.
Molasses, Soap, Starch, &c.
L.. B. IIANKS.
A pril th, 1852 21--cf
HTIEREAS the law regeires the Ordi
IV nary of Saumter District to be in haia
Office, lmonday and F'riday in each week,
persons thecrelore htavinhr business in said
O111ee will please attend on thsose days.
Marcha 9, 1852. . 20-tf'
1,000 IasulaImes ofCos'n.
! ANTED) by the subscrib~er One Thcou
*sanad IBushlacs or C2orni, for wIch the
highaet snarket price will he paid.
* . PERRY MOSES
February 10, 1852 Ifl-if
Fresh Gohe lutter. .
Lonf, (Crush., Clarafied anal Brown Sugars.
Biest Rio acndl.Java Colleo.
Sardinies, Lobsaera., Salmond anid Macekeral.
Pickels, Preserves. &c.
Also CIIEESE' of thes Dauctt Brand, that
will keep in any climate, andl improve with
age, at PERR Y MOSES'
Leb. 1ith, 1852 17- -tf
The Co-partnership heretoforre existing be
tween cthe sublscribers, under theo ltim of A. ..
& P . MOSES isadissolved by its oawn himitaition
anal mutucal conasent.
All persons indlebted to the said firm by- Note
or otherwise will please call and 8 E TI'L IE.
A. .J. MOSES,
PE RIRY MOSES.
February 10, 1852. . 16-Om.
Election of' Music Teacher,
.The Board of Trustees of the Blradfordl
Sprinjgs Female Institute will elect an addillon
at Music Teacher on the last Monday in this
mointh. Applicants will please ad dress lhao
Prnincipc at the. Institute. Salary five bun'
dreo dollars anal hoard.
ED)WIN CATER, Principal.
IY' Tri-weekly -Chanrleston Meroury weill
copy two weceks and forward account.
Yebruary 2, 1852 ~ 15-t
Tesubscriber having purchased the STOCK
DFGOODS belonging -to A. J. & P. Moses,
will contlone business at their old stand, and
insures his friends, and thie' public enerally
that he will do all In hIs y~o'wer to 'trit their
confidence anad pafriinagee
February 10, 1852 1G af