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Office Wil. & Dian . R . B. Uo
WLV.m-rN, N. C., )
14th Suptem'r, -1853. (
Stockhoilders 'of the Wilmington
'End Manchter Rail Road Comi v,
are heorby untified that the Ninoteeith
19) Intailnient of FIVE DOLLA-18 per
,ithare is required -to be paid bv.the first of
'October, 1853; add the -TWENTIETH
(20) and LAST IN$TALMENT of FIVE
DOLL ARS per 8thare ii the thirty-first
'(31st) day of December, 1853.
By ordor of the Bo-rd of Directora,
JOHN McRAE, Jn.. Trean'r.
'Sep 21, 1953. 47 1m
.CL Watchman please copy one month.
LAND FOR SALE,
That valuable and well known
,place. DUBOSE'S BRIDGE,
on Lynches Crcek, three miles.
from Bistopville. containing 700 acres
lying on both des of said Creek. There
iS two hLandsomee sitruatioinS on the same
one in Darlington District; the otlher in
Sumter. I deem It tseless to) enter into a
-description, as'the purchaser rmust and will
be his own jndge. About 250 acreq of
cleared lnnd; good range for flogs or
Cattle. Said land will be sold low, aid on
accommodating terms. Possession given
on the first day of January next. For fur
ther particulars, apply to the subscriber on
Sep 10, 1853. 47 11tlj
A highly improved Farm in the vicinity of
Sunmterville, containing ahout two hun.
drbd acres of lnnd, only flly of which is
cleared the balance bein', well wooded.
-S.id Farm has on it a commodimus Dwell.
inr House, nearly new%, with Stables and
suitable Outbuildings all in fine order.
Also a Gurden in a hiirh state fof c.ultivation
and a fine Fruit Orchard. Terms liberal.
Apply at this office.
Sept. 21, 1533. 47 tU
Jagging, Rope and Twine,
UT RECEIVl'D) and for sale how by
J BUTLER & NIEWJERY.
Sep21 47 tf
P 0i Ord,-rs i.ird by Cot. T. M. Baker, a
Board of O(1icors ass6niled at Sum
ter-ville this dnty, to decide the contested
efection for Fir-t Lieiteiait Claremont
Troop-present at the Biard, Col. T. M.
Baker, Maj. John T. Green. The Board
decided hat the election was void, because
the mianagers wer! not aippoited a, cord
ing t.o law.
- DCl. 511h Rteg't C:valIv.
-G1IN T. CREE N, -
, Maj. 5.h, eg't
'Se pt. q4, 1853.
Tn uirsuance of Orders from Col. T.
.)I. Baker, an electiin for Pirtst Lieutin-int
,of the Claremont Troop w:ilI tie lel.t at
fervibe, ona.anrdave,'he 8tih oif Ocio
hr fibtx, to fill the vauf I o eioed0 t- y
,the protuothwi (if Lidntinwont Rt. C". Webb.
Poll to be opeC'4at cieven o'-clock. A.
.M., awlud cilo.-d it tllrce. 11. M.
('apt. R. C. Webb arid AntAhony t v
-are h'erCeby ordereJ~ tee n. miaerc .ad olect en.
.IOlIN T1. GRF.MN,
'Sp1t. 10 .17 .34(
|OE 'IS liEIEBY GiVEN to eld
... ustomers aned lhe emiunt ciiy g:henreab
that by the 2(hhI inst., I will lhaive in setore
a full steck oif
FALL AND WVINTER~ GOODS
rin my line, cons$isting of CIA )'N'IS. CAS
ZN[MERES, and VESTINGS, of e-,-er
HI A T S, CiAl'S,. &~c ; FIN [ LINEN
IJALFe IIOSE; GLOUVi-:e nd CRiva TS
-nef ever~y dleser: jetin; wti a comCIpies as
. assortmteent of
R~eadyb Made Clothing,
*carefna'y selcect''d in th~e IBaltaiimore and
New York mearkets.
D). 3. WINN.
Sept. 20. 1S53,
Village Lots for Sale.
-rflER.3 made easy and possessioin given
J. 1st January nlexi. New is your time
for a good bargaun. Apply at this oilice.
Sept. 1:3, 1853. 4; i f
44t ldIMEN, S. Ce. ,M~5.
Order No. i04.OdFodSet7,i .
* 'jHE F'ORTY-FOURTH REG IMENT,
Ja . C. Militia, will parade on Saturday,
the 8th day of October next, at Timmons
Town, armed and equipped as theo law di
~recta, for Drill and Review.
The Commissioned andI non.-Comm is.
m-aoned officers the day previous for D~ril
Theli itne to be formed each day at 11
o'clock, A . M.
Punctual attendance is requiired, an the
Law will be strictly enforced against all
Blrigadier General S. Rt. CRtANDL.R and
Stadl' are reespectlully invited to attendl on
'the day of review.
Cot. 44th Reg't.
WV. T. WiH.DER, Adjutant.
Saept. 5, 1853. 45 5it
j-4' WVatchmani copy until parade.
5TH RE.GlIENT CAVA LRY, y
Surr TE i vt-t-, A ng. 25, 193. (
Theo 5th Rtegimnent of Cave try is herehy
'ordered to parado at Stimtervilte, on F~ridaiy,
~the I4tlh damy of October ntext. at 11 o'clock
-A. M., for Drill and Review.
The Comm eeissionedt and non- Commisseion
eod officers of' the St all' and Line, are arder.
'd to assetneblo the day prev4iouis for drill
aned instrtretion, at tho samte hour and
TJhe, Lieut. Co'onel and Major, are
Thargped with tho exteunsioni of thea Order
not he Ctomfpanies comeposing theeir respect
. Th.OMAS M. BAKER,
Cot.S5th Reg't. Cavalry.
Aceg 30 44 7t
BDY virtte of sundry Exocution to me
J directed, will be Aold at 1utiter Court
House, on the let Monday and day follow.
ing in October neXt. within legal hours
of sale, to-the highest bidder, for cais, the
following property. Purchasers to pay for
One lot of land in Sumterville, adjoining
lands of the Academy and L. D. Jones,
levied upon as the property of John D.
Jones, at the stilt of Johin N. Frierson.
Defendant's interest in one 4ract of land
in salci, adjoining latids of'E. Durant
and Est. of J. cMLendon, levied upon as
the property of Isaiah McCoy, at the suit
of 0. P. McRoy. Sold at the risk of tho
Defendants interest in one tract of land
in Salne, adjoining lands of David Green,
Player and others, levied upon as thh prop
erty of T. W. English, at the suite of
Brovn, Lee & Co, Gy. C. Whecler, and
W. E. Vose.
Lot and buildings thereon in Sumter.
ville adjoining lanedf f-opposite F.
Alyor's flote! levied upon as the property
of A. Chitolm, (nuder mortgage) at the
suits of Joel Stevens, Samuel Kikendall
and J. Ja. Chandler.
Lot and buildings thereon in Sumter
ville adjoining liaums of and where C. Ala
son lived levied upon as the property of A.
Chisoln (under mortgage) at the suits of
Samuel Itikendall and J. Jas. Ckandler.
o. ael buildings thereon in Suinterville
adjoiniig 'mtids (of and where delentdant
lives levx' upon aR the property of A.
Chisolm (under mortgage) at the suits of
Samuel Kikendall a:.d J. Jas. Chandler.
One lot and bui'dings thereon in Stum
terville, adjoininig lands of - and where
Miss 8. Kenney lives, levied upoin as the
property of W. S. Iloyt, at the suit of E.
Salisburv, Pringle, Graham, & Co.
One lot of 2 acres, more or less, and
buildings theron; One lotof 3-4 acres and
buildings thereon: One tractof 1000 acres
of land; One lot and buildings thereon in
Suiterville, and where del't. lives, ievied
on as the property of Thos. J, Coghilan,
-it the suits of John U. Ratlield, Edward
AleGrath, Wi. Adger, R. W. Spann, and
Bank of the State of Sonth Carolina.
Interest in I negro. 2 wattons, 7 horses
levied on as the property fit A. Chishodn,
at the suits of J. Jas. Chandler and San'l.
1 Negro, levied on as t lie properly of G.
W. Bildlups, at the suit of Win. Webb.
1 horse lev.ed on as the prlperty of G.
F. lradftord, at the suit of C. T. Mason.
1 Negro, levied on as the property of
r. R. 11erry, at the suits of W. Odeen,
J. T. Cunnning and A. .. & P. Mu es.
1 Negro levieni on as ilin property of V.
i. BentlV, at the suit of E. D. P'ringlc &
1 llorse. levied on as the property of
John W. Ballard, at the suit of W. L.
12 Negroes, levied on as the proport y of
W . [.. nutler, at the stilts fit . 1). l'ril.
L!e & Co , W. 11. . Richardoii, J. J.
lie rry and .1. S. & L Peiovie.
I *llorse, evied on us tne property of R.
LA.. h at the tuits of 1. Vaughan,
aid Wfm. Wison.
One irgro 'evied pon as th property
of John W. Ervim. at the suits of 1). S.
Sarguiit aml Tho . Cobb.
One Negro. levied oi; as t'-.e property of
John W. Ervin inder a Alortgage given liv
.1 W. Ervin to Joseph Alntgoziery, an)
Sol it s-atisfy .ld moortgAge.
i Negro levitiA(k & -'r,.e Property of 11.
J. I lodge, at the suit -tf W, \Vel! & C.,.
and \V. Webb, Ae;ig:?.ee, and J. W. Dar
I Ne.ro leIen as th- protpert- of C.
W.I /sso ie ne su ofI R. M1. lg.'ll,
I Negrrori i.e O1 onts the property of
Bhaa.be h ?&iLeod, at the sui~t of lhimrd
I ie ee l.vied on nts thle property of I[I.
Ilui.har., at1 theL suit ofI J. 11. h..Wa.
1 . e r4 levied onl us th. e rperi v of
I Idol :i l 1 lIfoe-., nied en as the
2 Ne'groe. lov.4:I cin as the pmCprty oif
W. 11, Sl~et at. the stit of W~V. C.
Unke~.s &5! Seat, t . Foll n). und Rl. Afe.eish.
I llorse levied on atS the pnre~ety oft T.
II. Osteeni, at thei siis ofC 1. . Ltnninr.
ham:, an. I Johnt W. KellIv.
1 Negro lied~t ton as tce t-o~bwrty~ of \V.
13:ack & Jines.
I Negroi levied onl as5 the property of Rt.
.1. W\itherspo.m, aet the sutits of T. D). Fri.
erson, 0 Reeder, attn Jo Chtiina.
I i'i Ire, C~olt, Crop oif Cnrtn, Cot ton in
lhe field, ["oddier, Iiing;s, Cows anid Cavs
Honse ande Kitehetn uniture, lan ttiott
Tlooh!I levmde (it as tie proeperzv oft L. D).
Bryaunt, att th ltsit s o~f 1,. 11. 1 LOI-S, awd
I henry Kelly. To'e be sol cin Tiiesday thet
-ttlh duy of October, at D~efendallnts resi
(dence in Clarendo~n.
I Negro levied on as the property of WV.
Clark, at the suit of 0. 1P. .\ lio.
Suock in Steore, levied on)11 as th property
oIf Theos. O'Conneor, at the suit of .\M. I,
I IJiorae, 1 alule, 3 Wtagons, 2 Carts
H ouse aind Kitcheno Furitture, levied on0
as the property of Thos. J. Coghlain, at
lie sit, of the 1Bank oef the State oft Sotth
Carolina, R. WN. Spann, WN. Adger. Ed
ward McGrathi, ane John G. Ratliehd.
J. C. RIlA ME, s. s. n.
Sept 10, 1853. 46
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. TI. I). Fi:i asso' as a Ianida~Ite for
ShterdiT of Suniter Disatrict at the ensu itg
Aung. 2-1, 185:1.
Mr. Editor :--You will
oblige a muntber oft the voters of Sumtter
D)istrict, by annonneing in youltr coltins.
the nutme of Major' JohN ihr.TAan, ats it
Cand11idate for OJrdmnary ait the en suingr
Aug. 13, 1853. 42 t f
We are authorized to an
notmecn( Mr. Gilottoi P. Coeicr.. as1 a Candidhate
foer Ordinuary of Suinter Di1sticet, ait the inext
Aug. -1, 1.353. 41 tf
Estate of L, White, Dec'd,
RERSONS indebteed to the late Capt.
ALeoniard White, will take no(ticeO, that
the demnandrs dnte himii a re lodged withi us
for collect iton, Tihey atre regnetstedl to co0me
forward and settle, as our inistruct tons are
positive. No othe~r r.tt ice will he :.iveni.
F. J. & M. MOSBS.
A ug. 29, 1853-. 44 3t
Fine Sogars and Garden
Kept constantly on haend by
IJARGAN & Co.
'-%a. Aa'%S;91 9t
253 & 25a, EKing-Street, Cliarleston, S. C.
We are redeiving our usual large su ply of- Fancy and Staple Dry
Goods-Also, Plantation 4oods of over variety, consisting of
Super DUFFIL BLANKETS. MACKINAW DITTO; SNABURGS; GEORGIA
PLAINS; -.ERSEYS: STR1PiS; PRINTS, &c. &c..
We still adhere strictly to the One Price system. Our goods are all
marked in plain fiaures, and our tains enable us to sell,'EVERY A RTICLE, at the
SMALLEST POSSIBLE PROFIT.
W. G. BANCROFT & CO.
253 and 2.55 King Street, one door below Wentworth.
September 10, 1853, 40 4n
AT THE .OLD STAND OF A. J. & P. MOSES.
As Agent for the D.ltalb Manufacturing As Agent for T. 13. Peterson, Publisher
Company their Ynrns and Osnaburgs any of his publications at the same
at Feetory Prices, at Wholesale, prnce. r tail. as he sells them for in
WINDOW BIANDSndapted to windows Philadelphia-comprising the best and
of 18 lights, 8 by 10 or 10 by 12, latest publications, by the most popu
FLOUR on consignment of the best brands, lar and celebrated writers in Ile world.
Family, etc. WINVOW SASIh, 18 lights, 10 by 12,
PRESERVING KETTLES, of all siaes. French Gass, primed and glazed at
PATENT Copper-riveted Gin Bands. Is cents.
VOton Bagging, Rope and Twine
Of various Qualities and at the Lowest Prices.
GLASS JARS with covers, for Preserves SCHOOL BOOKS. An extensive assort.
and Jellhes. ment of English, French, Greek and
PAINTS, Oil, Glass, Varnish, &c. I atin; Also, Writing and Drawineg
LIME, Plaister Paris and Hydraulic Co. Paper, Quills. Steel Pens, Inks, etc.
ment. LINNEN LUSTRE. A few pieces at the
ENDLESS CHAINS and Fixtures for low price of 10 cents a yard.
'wsroons~ a oonrf a 'w oona~ -
J000 pounds wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid, eith
er in Casi or Merchandize.
Sept 7, 1853. 45 t1j
DR. W. JAS. DARGAN, & Co.
One Door West of A. I Moses' New Store.
Offers for sale on reasonable terms,a choice
anid well selected stock of
,CeImicals, Evan's Lancats,. Perfumiy,
Dye-Stuffis, Silver Lancet. Cases, Flavoring 1xtracts,
Paiints and Oiis, Scarificators, Gelatjine, (variety)
Window Glass, Storuaci Pumps, Hair Oil.s
Spirit G as, Breast Do. Fancy Soaps,
BUest Vi )efar, Brushes, (all kindi) Pens and Ink,
VaniAhes, Pessarics, Trusses, Toilet. combs,
having Creamns, Paper, (variety) Lemon Syrup.
COL D-DRAWN CASTOR OIL.
Best quality of Mcdeira and Port Winc and French Urandyt
For Medical purposes E.pressly.
Genuine Cod Liver Oil,
Thomsonian and Patent Medicines.
Togetlher with a variety of othcr articles, comprising ihe stock
of' Drugist or P'hysician.
Of AH ordecrs put upI with neatness and despatch.
May 2.tht, 1853. 30--tf
The udersigned havingr entenred into' a (['IP! I.L 1 F]?
Cucpar-tanei .lhip) mntt ( he c t t te l C art n,a
uamler t hie natn an l frm of C! L\M BElR8,WIUEAMIICMU Iat13.
UIl:l 1L.M & .MOOlm , for the. puarpose. (AOtt
ofI trnn.'ad-ti-" a emra;l JACTORAUE Mprr(latV~'itCaareanl.ro
anda C:O.U iSSION hiJSi NE.,s, respect., ~ ~oai,. 5 uj.,3 . n
luily tendelr their services to their triends, .1~-t ~5
aa , it a nac es andI the 'ublic re. ! arr~t!y~, 8~'~ o ad a~ a4a
for te iaelling of Colton, o r the ;urchasing. ?t I..kMasja t 212 8
ofr Gds of an:y diescriptiont. 3 .,3 ..:nl~ wa
Any or all of the pr.Ainets or nianutfac.I .stqt iit ohlhapItw,
tured artteles of the emm t~try will be re- rs a iWt~ itarca 0 212
e'eivedt uponi coniimants, dlspo~sed of anII cs
promtfptly', and to thle bes.t ad tantaige. At r.. ~adXVi~~C~aa ~ xr aua
sucht times as therre may i.e only a hmited .:~ ad 71
demnand foir an art icle consaigned to them iiasoOalaetc sraiazto'MS
asiarket will be founad where it will com-i~ tiS a
imatnt its vahte. . ..ltOl v.S ,
Thme receiving and forwarding of Coods 22 il:S. Bna)oa.teBgho
will als hav e thecir prompt .attentdon.
H~very exertton wtll bte used to conduactlVi1n
all bus iness ent rusted to their care in surba?~~&6
a imaniner toa makc it atnutually piotitable~F:iV s
and agreeable.at3 talSPt,
Laiiberal adlvances upon conasignients Rc m~~aarr~ aeSevs t8
will be maden.atd.92,
Froaa their long e'xperienace in business trVtaEtboilrdMilaSeve
andl geaner.al aegauinutance with thes watstA a 3 ttc ' i
anad decsires of the people, wvith a pledge to
devote their entire time and skill to the .t~ nla 5
buasiness, thtey flat ter themaaselves that they ~Jii t bad ll*ta a ot
will be enOiaiett to give emaite s ta'factjti.
A shtare of patrontage is respectfully so.
llENRY L. 1I[lSOLM, ~ hOPN\onr' uoaHS
W . C.MOOR E, ~P~ria 5cns
Jualy 1 :, 185 43 t. f.isBo nhllIls.tt6 - ctt
Clarke & Birother.
Whto have just received per Ratil Road a Etaetlt )aas odrdFa'a
fine assaorttnugat of 1wlsai$37ceal.ada.n
Fancyv Grocer'ies. WieLoiuhrlni~a t1 .
comprisigPickles, Preseved F*ruiit, S.Cigaraa~ ~~ ON
Cadts nda hocelotofCewinig tobacc on iaa,
to wvhicht they invite the tattenatioan ot' thte citi- 'l igs.(ca) apt~ i lata
zens of thisa District.
WFatTarCasry 22, 1UML3N,7at 18 3
supelata'cToticDitret',Atii-D supeio nty Whirte Crtnbrtic and Jan.
ntf Julyri, at 25~a, :lt to4 3-ynt.na
pe1)ic, atvior~atatgCordal, .et pera t ior Inda nIce lusiins, w~
For sale bySiss anEtdo the Musansat e 1.2, 18,c hi5,t
1)ARGAN & CO. I 1 j'a -4,ac 37enoa t-2 t.nd 0 atengt,tan
Betal qutatitis mf vihao ph , ewns, l
~rCres.. har'd whitetCamforlextranfinelta.
Mad'sbyophn a choicecarscritteof of.MUSLIN
Pa-opaed an soldlay NW. Jo. ACBI x.~~, SON,
I)ACAN& C. St2er Kin-'., (Bew; Go. thiig .oa00t1
I2Pricc :171.French Muslin Embroideries~s
To th9 freden W as t as
slaveholding state we L1 appealN eni
tural'Assooation of -h lianting ' hatW
for its object - the defusion off km.Wi 'fi I
appertains to all branches of Agriculture and
urpeculiar instititutions. We desire ilose.
bond of fellowship, that we may develop out
sources and be united as one man in our lnter
It has been said that "the world is'against
In'." e inro; the world, we know, Is depend.
ant on us, and we glory In our position. Let
uts be true to ounselves and alt wil be well.' .
In the discharge of our duty as "Executive
Cotucil" of the Association," we havo fixed
the time of &be next metting of the Assocniation
to be on Thursday, the first day of September
next, atCulttnbila S.C., whichwill be during
the first week of the session of the Legislatare
of that State. From every slaveholding State
gentlemen of destinction have been applied to
bY us to present addresses or essays before the
Associatiefi on the various subjects of Intetest
connected with it.
To the Southern press we alio appeal, and
we hone that every newspaper will not only
publish this circular, but will give their ablest
efforts to this cause, time and again, in theit edb
We earnestly desire that all who feel tie im.
portance of tihe work before us; and wish to ad.
vance and firmly establish this Association,
will send forward their names and initiation
fee, which is "five dollars," to Dr. N. B. Cloud,
Secretary, Lockland P. 0., Alabama. The
funds thus raised are to be applied to the publi.
cation ofall addressea and essays forgratuitous
distribution In book or pamphlet form.
E. A. HorTr, Alabama.
B.S. Bilas, Alabama.
G. H. YouuN, M*Isssi *
WaLIEat ANDasoN, Florida.
A. G. SuarSJ a, South Carolina.
JAS. Ml. CinAsas, Georgia.
Gao. R. GI LM R, Georgia, President, e.c officio.
N. H. CLOUD, Alhbama, Secretary, ex officio.
Mont Mery. Ala., August 12, 1853.
10T very paper in tihe State friendly to the
cause of Southern interests will oblige the Ex
ecutive Council by giving this a few insertions
until the time of meeting.
T. C. WORTH1,
A X D
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Aug9, 41 ly
Butler & Newbery
Would Most respectfully inform their
friendst they have just received an ad.
dutioal strick or
consisting of Tissues, Derege DeLaineis,
colored ilks, and Mushiw, Mourning
Gingnhams, Berege Lawns and Muslitnm,
Embroidered Collars and Under Sleeves,
Bie Denims, Osnaburgs and Ionespnns,
of eaery kind. The above named articles
we will sell ott accommodating terns. Givo
un a call.
June 7ih, 1853 32--t f
Do not Defer, but Come if
YOU WANT TO GET THE
Mr. REICH, Merchant Tailor, bgs
leave to inform the gentlemen of Suntet-r
Ville and District that lie has jtst returned
witi a spelndid assortment of
Clothas, Cassi mersc, DrapeId ete,
Vestin, &.C. &c., and in short ever thing
that is reqitirel for a full suit. lavilng
made the disoice of his goods himsef, he
doubts ot itL witat he can suit thanost
fatidiuw3. There if no like to taveyour
clois rnade in Chanie.dton or by Yankees,
whent you can ha~ve thnem miadec as stylisht
anid as well it' not better tihan anywhere
else right nt htomo; i~nd tis Mr REtiH
promtises' to don, tmys, he will add that , il'his
wotrk is nor turned out at leas equatl to any
done in-this conhn:ry hie wil nout chargo
aaaythimg. As for his prices thuay shall be
at New York: ratnes. A! Ite asks is, give
hinm a' trial ! !Cone s'oon and pie:. out
sonio of taoho en eatiful Patt and Verst
patterns. it will son be warmn and vonu wd'l
Mr. Rs.:t lives next doo~r to Johtn F.
llaynswortha almost opprosfte Dr. Wither
A pri 2t6th, 1853 26-tf
The Real "Simon Pure."
C, T. MASON
W~OUI.D respectfutlly tnform his pa
trns and frieandst, and thne ptblic generally,
that he has received an additional Stock of
Wa~tches nad Jewelry
fresh from Blaltnimore, of every description,
of patterns as ineat andl durable as any
which hive ever been brought to thns mar
het. Ihis pr'ices8 are low and his articles
All kinds of repairing done in thne neat
est nmanner, anu~d with promptness.
lie rep~ec.indly solicits the patronage of
thne pubic, nts lhe is teady to suit them in
M ay 31, 1853 31.--t
ALL! persons indebted to thne isstate of
Rev. Jamnes Neovhery, deceased, either bay
Note or Account will nnake immedinte pay.
mnent. A nd thnosehaving dtenands against
the samne waill render thetm in properly at'
testedl wiina legtal tinme to
A. McCAIN NE~VIERY,
SASJUEL C. GRAIIAMl,
April 26t' ,1853 26--tf
-F D~arlington IFlag pleasD edpy
Thomsois Shoe Store
C. ni. Thompson & Co.
~tier Stock to thne first
,nrc' abovwe and ndjoin.
ing Court JloIuse Lot, Columbnnia, S. C.
Theliir stock consaists of
B~oots, Shoes, Hlals, Caps
Tranks and Lecather,
wvhichn they offer, WVholesalo and Retail, at
the lowest possible figure for cash.
OWING to thne difliculty o. dllecting
smta I accoutinit , t he suibscriber wontld in.
(frrm thle publ ic. t hat whInne he its truly
thnankfual for nteir patronage hie is comipell,
ed to work bereafte~rfo>r cash onlyn.
C. W. DAVIS.
June 14, 1853 33--tt
NEATLT EXECUThn AT TRTS risetf1Cro
~ ~NA WAYon las nuath
wite niletto's *Ig 6o~et 4repq
or four inchesigbo kolvtalbiv. ot.builtt
about twen tVo ye9ra , t sroight
ligh'tiolo'red hair, Ioas
pearance, aid answers 4ickan d-in
glien spoiken'to . said boy has a'shoghtilpde
rqt, :is hands short -adi thIck, chiboy
Aljeri, Hel had the:,scaranf a bIlitir on
hi forehead just above the eye.-bronvs, he
may. try to'hido.it by. wearing his cap or
hat down over his forehead. He.willibe
sure to pass himself for a white roarn:'for
he is ver' white and has been takin gtent
care of hisskin for some thne.. syn.hir
left hle hnd. n ekth cap, black eqaj and a
dark toloed pair of patits. kte.will. he
sure to change his cap and clothes as soon
as he can) he also weara his hair ip fropt
stitight doWn, to hide the scar of.ths 4lit
ter. He is a shoemaker by trade, though
he may not go.,at the business, cxpecting
that h e will be's advertised..
Thea above reward of One Hundred
Dollars will ),~ e id flor .is delivery in any
Jail in the State. ie, il be sure t% giv0
himself another name,
Bridleyville, Sumter District, S. C.
May 2itn, 1852 . 0-t .
L--" Camden Journal and Cdieraw Ga
zette publish five times.
SO. CAROLINA---SUMTER DIST.
ALrnpusGnoonts vs F. Baowv and
JENcr his wife and others.
It appearing to my satisfaction that f.
Brown anti Jency his wife. John Boeman
and Catharine his wire and Lemuel Boes.
man, defendants in ihe above stated case,
reside beyond this State: It it therefore
ordered thdt they do appear and objecl to
the Division or Sale of the Real Eit te of
William Grcooms, deceased, on or before
the first day of October next, or their con.
sent to the sause will be entered of reco-pi
W. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
June 28th, 1853 35-if
r1HE undersigned have formed a Co.
Partnership for the transaction of the
FACTORAGE A N D COMMISSION
BUSINESS, in the city of Charleston, un
der the name of ROSSE R & WARREN.
The usual advances will be made on all
Produce consigned to us, and strict per
sonal attention given to all business en.
trusted to our care.
Our office on CNTAT. WIIAltF, Will
be opened on or before 15th September
JOTIN ROSSE R.
THO. J. WARREN.
July 12th, 1853 37-4t
Improved Cotton Gins
for past favot'rs the subsefiber wish
ex to inform tihe public'that he still nanfac
tume Cotton Ginn at his establishment in State.
burg, on the most improved and approved plan
which he thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gins of L1:e late improvement is worth
at I east a quarter of a cent more than the cut
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie also man.
ulactures them on the most simplW constnction,
ottie finest finish and of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which lie will sell for $2 per Saw.
ie also repairs old gins and puts them in corn
pleate order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punctually attended
to. - W ILLIAM ELLISON...
Stateburg, Stunter Dist, S. C. Feb 17, 26
ALL persons havi ng demnnds against
the Estate of Mr. tiarvey Skinner, dec'd,
are requested to hand them in properly at..
tested tolthe subscriber; and all those in
debted will make itmediate payment
R. M. SKINNER,
July 20th, 18-23 38-3m
For Cash, And that only
The cheapest GROCERIES ever sold
in Xumterville, can be had from GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old Stand.
Segars of the linest quality and most ap
provedi Bratids in the wvorld, together with
Preserved F~ruits of difterent kinds, Syrups,
Nuts, &c. A share of the public patron.
age is desired, provided it is accompanied
by the CASH, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
June 14th, 1853 -t
15Share- of "'ilningtn and Man.
chester Rail Road Company Stoch
ror sale, any per-son desirous of purch~asina
said stock will please call on the subscri.
ber at his offiee in Sumterville. -
J. IB. N. lHA thFitT,
I A ttornev.
March rne, 1858 21-tf
All persons having demands again~ the
tstate of i.Itho ate Re. Charles P". tElI6tt,
will present attested statement,, thereof-and
those indebted, to the same, will make pay.
ment to the Siubscril,e.
THiOMAS O. ElLIO.TT,
Charleston S. C.
A pri 2d, 1853. 20 2m
All persons havinre demands against thi
Estate of the late fol. John J. Moorce o
Sumter District, are requested to hami
theatf i mpropuerly attested to the subscri
hers, and all those indebted wvill makt
panioiit to the samea.
.l. B. MlOORE,
J. S. MOORE. Executors.
March 15th, 1853 20--tf
The Celebrated Lecoultre
SINGLE A ND POUDLE ELJADEJS, an
other Shtavinig Aparatus.
For sa'o by
___ - ~ DARGAN &CO.
Butter~ Lardh Bacon & Corn
PRlME $1oubtain Eutter, (in smiall tirkir,
do. do. Leaf l:Ard, do.
-North Carolina Racon,
RtOllT. LXATT A.
lMarch 25, 1851 .24 tf
The subscriber has made arrangements fuL
the manufacture of froatFour to Five Thousan
pairs of the above article by the FALL. Fq
re ference as to quality, ho wvould respecsThl
refer persons. whlo may be disposed to purehas
of him, to those, who patronized hima lt yen
As to prIce, he will guarantee thoin t low a
can ho eoflerdedi
May 22 . '2 :3 MIORGAN.e
1Ane nvi h emn~hintibgn
.e risCash or ity accI"tanM
Successors o Z
May 1 0853 2
Who . lis made nda improemeia Snd 'V
onsiderably enlarged his store,% andpw
receiving. fresh goods by every trdia Af
gprs and eff'er. to the public for thesum.
Mef.:honthe the following aficleb Ib .
len Cream ind I4monade, (dail) Jed,
Oranges, LeAppes aid all the
tropical fruits; also aufzin assnrtmenat of
Tubacco end Cigars, with a chbice lot-lf
Aminilf. Groceries. also it large stock. of
.DR GOODS, &c.
Pickleti Salbnin a'nd hreservep, oilour of
the best brands warianted, also 1 liri.Mt
of Bacon of which lie receives a new up
ply weekly. All of.which he guarantees
t geIll at the lonv st rutes for cash.
A pril 5th, 18-. 23-tf
BROWN & DeR08ET
1$0 M1ONT STREET, NEW YOR
DEROSSET & BROWN
Cotton Factors and Neener1 (I
D D. McLAURIN, Esq.. will gi@dpe
, sonal and special attention tp the in
terests and orders of his friends in this
State and the adjoining Counties of NoIh
Carolina, who may favor these louses,
with their patronage. Consignments of' A
produce t. the flouse in New York, etr
h way of. Chnrleston, GeorgetoiWn, '
.Wilmington,.will be covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly gie
All personaare hereby'cautioned not t
trade for, or receive, in paymsw . of any
ilebt,. either or. both of two Notes given by
the .stibscriber to.R. J. Price, the one for
two hundred and fifty doliers, and the cth
er for two hundred and ten dllarss said
Notes given for tw'o separate tracts tial
were to be paid after good and laWfml tides
were made to me by Pricel *hich. condi
tions were, put In writing and are now -in
my ,pvsesaion, .and which c6ntais the
further. understandi)g.that-in thb.event qV
his failinr as he ha'done;to make'such
titles lie would forfeit theamourita &r.
B." Watchman copy.
Samntervie, S. C.,
Respectfully informs the people of $u:
ner Disrc thnt he ha-js receivelan
now Ditrc for siale tebeslcedand
most choice stock of. -
Sprian naad Slumnaer GoeIu
That cannot be surpassed by- anythingin tis
market. He has received many new. style.
which purchasers would do well to examine be
fure buying esewheure.
BROADCLOTHS, CASSIM ERN ANl
A full and large supply .of healtry Sht, ..
Drawer., Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats,? hand
kerchifs, &c. dec.,- *'
.A tar e ulo u'Aen't of ILE A DY )1AbE CLO.
T'hi1m G, which will te sold low..
: S" Garments mannfactured t bthsa~er .
bher, andi warranted to give xatisf timu r
den~ fron ,adfstance promupty atteanded to.
A pr'il lih, 1853 A. .2-it4
New Tin and Shetio
.JAME8 H, DUE would ..q~cL~Iy
infom m ihe citizens of Sumuterii le d tiiq
surroundin'v country, that he insf
ing a TIN GiANUPACTORtY i Stero
ville, and is n~bw prepared to fill'al'orders
im the tin lino. Merchants will fid'it to
their interest to purchase their ware frpus
me, as I intenid to sell low and warratn &II
tha.t I sell.
ROOFING, GUTTERIN'a 'J
WORK executed with promptzi and i
a workumanlike manner. The cash wvl
be exipccted in every instance on iishinI
or delivering of every job. I intend to seI
cheap and for the cash onily.
Feb. 8th, 1853 15-tf
State of South Oa0 Iia
IRA W. BROWN, P,
ROBERT LATTA, j-.
Ink W. Brownv~, who is. iWAi Austody
of the Shdriff of Sumter D) 'rot, by ter
taim Writs of 9Capias ad Satisfaciendum, ~t
the-suit of Robert LattLa having filed Ina
mny ollhce, together. wih ,aSchegdule on
oath/of his Est~;o and effe'ets, is petition
to the Court of Comnunpn leas, prayitig
I that he may be admitted to th'b beinefitso(:
of the Acts of the General*AssWmbly made
for the relicf of insolvent debtor's. It~l 7
ordered that.thie saii Roberf Latta anad all
others the Creditors to whom l hil4id5
[W. brown, is.4py wise itlekte, he,and
lice to apphar, before the sat Ourt at
Stumte'r Crinrt'Honso, bn the 89edh tiihy
of Noverhboer next, to'asheW caae #( A~ty
they can, why .the feyr of .46w petition
aforesaid, shoul nethymW
July I2th, I8) 7 ~n
ml : N.lotipo
y PEIUSONS wlshbN~ doecl1s of eany
.kind oain blif thens of Tl Didowh at Ronter.
Svilie, sachleap abilan be bougrht in Chale'
tona or eblowhere anhd varranted totl.
'pti1tht, 1853 2-4