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('1nR1.FS'roN, Oct. 10.
(OT YTON.-The tra(a).onst0 dy
were l ste I tor ab'ut -.'~ ul, 2:1 , at ex
tre:.es ra grilir roi 1 .ii 91-2c.
We have delyed issuinri our paper In.
,il evening in order to give our reraders
the res It of the electior--sce statement
The following is the resulL. of tho Polls
in this District :
F. J. MOSES, - 7:M
J. M. Nm.so, - 530
Majority for MOSES, - 204
A. C. SPAIN, - 811
J. D. BLANDING, 788
J. T. GR i EE, - -0
R. I.. HERIOT, - 576
J. S. BnADLEY, - 469
J. E. VrTnEnsPoo, - 281
Three Representitives to be elected.
The iollowrmg is the result of the Polls
in Urlington District :
J. D. Wu.soy, . 0
JrN MCQUEEN, 576
Majority for WILSON, - 333
W. CA9r..2s, . 92
T. B. lAYNE.--WtI rlr, - 71
. r. it. 1. IAr, - 638
1. G. Woon, - 39.
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abrle ti)o !'i s it.r Suhl a papeFr as~ .\r.
ises t' b~e siecondi toi nlon4 of thr,- uu
try pape'rs of44 thre Staite. W\e wi-h ther
('Iaion~ . ia l neer of uiseliess andi
prosp1er ityv m4.d1 mo~st cheerfsully wel
comie I:ienid L.AiEY into thre press
grng. TIhose ofr our rendrers wishirng
to subrleoi aret referred ihr~ irthrer
partiurrlar4 toi tire " parospctuis," pub.
lishetd mn another coIlmn.
Rail Etoad Accidemst.
Orn M nday eveni2g las., Mr. Hen
ry Marshmann an employee uof the W ih.
mhigton arnd Raleigh Rail Road Comn
pany, while in a state of intoxiention,
sat upon the track of the Road, somec
ten or twelve miiles fromr WViluming
ton and was run over by the train. It,
was ten o'clock at night whens the ac
cident oceurred. is IefL arm was
taken ofT below the elbow, and his
right brand above the wrist hung mere
iy by the skin. ist head was slight
ly fraetured, and he received other in
juries. Mr. M. hats since died.
News of ithe Week.
By the news fronm Mexico, per the
George Lraw, at New York, we learnr tha~t
Gen. Alvarez, in person, at the head of
2,500 meon, entered tire city or Yutela onr
tihe 4th ult, ihe government troops having
e.vacuarted 'on tire 3d. Alvarez is pushing
forward for Cihpancinago, where he will
arrive rm a ferw days without oppositionr, as
rail Itihe goive'frnint trops hisve been wrish.
t r wn a, m h Strate of Guerrero, except
a Iorot el i50 ieit at Fixtla, to retardi, ii
piiseibl., hiis oiiward rmovemients, which
CAnnot~ lhe rhe case, enr echr as A'v.irez is
in !ine. hre.chh, rand lead:irrnU a hoi .y ofi men
wh.. to a imn wo:r .dl die lor their dihtil.
the eay 44. Mx,
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Crn z 't p-onotnced.
a i'itons it is firmnlybe
ev.11,1 s hoe i'i must. very sotiiiab
rl'x n's-ondIenit of N.O. Bee,
i a !ent I. lo-) of Ilhe 07.000,00
by IIh Uited .'0atet. iWhere it has
tu IS a piuzz'. hilt it i- q 1ate car
. br tii huvrern a-t jis :i-r.:Ilv drv
b ' - to t tI mon'y. The proglress
'h,- reIi'e.--1 i. e-Very day more alarm
j.ndh res:t cotilition of things
et -ow~y ontinne muchrl longer
Rumrs f ery mid tr! in circnlayrism. I
th:)t ,i .:a Annn. v 1ih(s ts with.
draw% frtlth !I t, a : an eariy dav, and
ih. h"' 1..z d!oignpl-nedi Gen. .6hnoonte as
his rr-(zs..r. It II likewise reptirted,
ih-it O' on irto wh:ch has just left the
lIpital, I_; l. withl 60,(XU hlinging
0 Isis Exe!lency.
The Pair 44 t lie Southern Centifral Agri.
cit; tirat Asscjinint which was to he held
in Vamow In iil latter part of,October,
has beens piit pited, in consequence of the
epidemic, to tihe 20th flay of November.
The price of breadstnfis is now so much
lower in England than ins America that
aeveral carges of flour are said to have
been shipped from Liverpool for New
York. Trh:s has neot happeied since the
mflatiion of 1117, when flour was Inported
to New York trom the Mediterranlean.
We see it stated in an article in the
National Intelligencer, that the hemp plant
possesses a narcotic resin, called in Asia
-hoclshish," which has the same effect on
rkh and cattle as coculus indiens. In
Ptreans where herp is rotted, tile Ilh
come to the surface of the water in a ttate
of intoxication, and to a!l appearance dead;
and cattle, after drinking the water, stag.
ger about aid cut strange capers. These
facts heiig ilsunt1derstoiod, a prejudice has
for many years existed against water-rot
min hemp, under the impression that the
proc. s cnused death among tile cattle
in the neighborhood of the sreams where
it is carried on.
.e Frankfort, Ky. Commonwealth,
s;ys in relation to the crops in that State:
"We hear different accounts from diff.
erent places; but our conclusion from the
whole is, that Kentucky will have fully
half an average crop of corn this year. A
gentleman just Irom Cumberfand coun
ty tells us that the corn crop there is fully
two thirds of an average; the tobacco crop
i very fine; wheat excellent, and selling at
70 cents per bushel."
It is computed that there will be twen
ty-one thousand miles of railway in the
United States upon the first day of Janu
ary next. The longest railway upon the
surface of the globe is the Illinois Centrat,
which in 731 miles in liugith, and is rapid.
ly approachmig completion.
Julge Bronson, the Gubernatorial can.
didt,, o; th" New VrL: l12rdE. his written
:I h-itter to Mr. Deiavan, i whieb lie thus
di ilne. his pdssill on the liquor ques.
tion: "I have never doubted the power of
tne Legislature to lorbiu the sale of in.
toxica.-g liginors as a beverage; and,
yi iar .5 :1 %Vitontal'et tme personlally, I
'.i wV ab. ig I uhat the t railic in all its forms
sthm, iti be whlolly prohaiited. But catidor
I qui 111um lt say that I am not yet coin.
v ..e it th-s t to-a i prohibiin woiuld be
so .i'Y'i; illo. -e goodh re'snits as an
etfon o: a i.ore iiedieraite character. Ex
treme: .tcuiies Cseldomn accompiflishl the
end tor wvhich they are des.giedi. It takes
* II tr bun~g abouatJ any great rceormai ion
ii the moiira. or habits. of a people, anid
any ittenigt ti do it in a (lhly will be like.
I.. to il. t. )r I heavenly Fathier works by
now pr. ce..,e both miii tie mtors I and the
mtoierial w or d, andi we sall I act tmost
wi.-ey' when we lit lhke hlitm. ilost of
het noisinetr lhih we tnow wvitnss~ may
I.e traced~i to lacews exc luswe~ly dev'oted
to dram-d~irmikinig. It is there that boon
compas~nions meet, driink and fight, and
lhen go hiitme maiddlenied with poisoinus
compond~ls io inftetfre- h evils upon themr
already so1Tering lantliis. Meni seldom
get tdrntk in their own houses. Th'e in.
fiinences with which they are surrotiided
when at home, counsulutte a powerful check
against excess, aind one which is rn felt
in the revels of a dram-shop If such
places were shnt up, aiid strmngent regn
lations were miade for the governmoenit oi
those who sell initoxicating drinks, and ii
ini addition, to this, drunkeniess, the drug.
gimg of liquors, and the sale of them to
drunkards, were all punished as pubtlic (of.
fences, mouch woiuld lhe accomiplhhed in
the way of correctong existing evils. By
adopting such measures as these, thle
friends of temperance will be able to
carry piublic sentimewnt alotig with them;
-but with the extremie remedy of pro
hibition, they may finid themselves beating
against a current too strong to be resisted.
There is always danger thlat a stepi taken
too far in advaiice, will prove a rctro
Mr. Stephen Brown, of Syracuse, has
inlvented an ingenious press for printing
four dlifferent colors simultaneously. The
Syracuse Journal says that the inking
apparat us atnd the principles of the machine
are so arranged, that four dilTrent colors
can be printed at one impresssion, at the
rate of about five hundred impressions an
hour. And not only can dudTrent hnes be
prinited in various colors, but so perfeet is
the invenition, that one letter may be print.
edi in one0 color and shiladeud by anothier,
all withl the same impression. It will
be foneid iinvaluable to printers, if it prove
what is represented.
Jtndge Phillips, of the New York
Conrts, has decided that it is not enough
for the driver of ta-express wagon, or oth
er common carriersa :ta throwe bagaw
carelessly on the (leek or leave it on the
wharf at thb gang plank of .a steamboat,
but he must exercise prudence and care in
its delivery to, the person authorised to re.
ceive it. A delivery of goods to the wrong
person does not exonerate the carrier. The
sime Judge has also decided that a rail.
tso- is not responsible for goods, the d e
livery of which is beyond their terminus.
Matt. F. Ward returnod to Louisville i
few days ago, and left on seeirng some
incendiary hand-biRs calling a town meet.
The coast of Texas was visited by a
most disastrous gale. commencing on Sun.
day. the 18,h, and lasting until Thurday
naht, the 2xst ult.,
It would be almost a matter of impossi.
bility to imagine even a greater destruc.
tion of life and property by such an occur
It the Lavaca and Matagorda Bays there
was much suffering ai lose.
At Lavaca not much damage was sua.
tained, other than the schooner Pacific go.
ing through one of the wharves, with lit.
tie injury, however, to herself.
At Indianola. the schooners Atlas an
Fanny Motte, owned by H1. E. Bohner
where both driven through the whart'es o1
Messrs. A. Fronime and Win. M. VarnelIs
and subsequently went on the beach
where they now lie. The Motto will be
a total loss: the Atlas, probably, will bt
gotten off. Both of them had full cargocE
of assorted imerchandize from the steam.
shipl) Charles Morgan, which were saved it
a damaged condition and were being solh
for account of those concerned. Sloo:
Louisa, with freight from the Charlem
Morgan, was als> a total wreck, and car
go partly saved on the beach. A fei
buildings were taken ofl the blocks, bul
none materially damaged.
Salouria and Deckro's Point did no
escape, but were even greater sufferer:
than on tha hay above them. Many houses
both places were entirely washed away,
some unroofed, and others taken off the
blocks, there not being a single house thal
escaped serious lanage. and quite a num.
tier being razed to the ground,
The new wharf (one of the finest struc
ture of the kind in the State) owned h
Judge Hawes, was totahy demolished, no
a post remains to show where t stood, ex
cept a few standing near the shore.
Deckro's wharf and warehouses ar
entirely gone; not a vestige of them is to
A house belmging to J. Gidiere, an(
occupied by Moses Samtuel as a tailo
shop, Situated in Kingstreet, Charlestoi
was destroyed by fire on Thursday after
noon, the 5th inst.
The Charleston papers announce tn
death of Mr. William Riley, an old printei
of that city, in the 65th year of hia age.
The Rev. J. B. AIger, of Charlestoi
has been elected president of Davidsor
College to fill the vacancy occasionec
by the resignation of the Rev- Dr. Wil
The Montgomery Mail states that Mr
lifister of that city, has boxed his pack
age of Putnam for September, and notifie<
the publishers that he holds it subject t<
their order, and not on sale. The Mai
very promptly says, "Hlarper's Magazin
'is espually tuinsoundl, and is edited by ai
Oin Saturday lnst an altercation occur,
roil, says the Camden Journal, at the
C.uinden lintel, between John L. Dixon
Jr., and WiVliamJ. Graham, in which the
former intlicted a wouind on the latter witl:
a Blowie knite, from which he died in tel
or litteen miniatas. Dixon surrederet,
himself to the Shecrifi, and ia now in Jail.
Th~Ie Bamnk or Chester, declared a divi.
dend at the rate of d per cent pier annun
-to be piaid on andl alter 4th proxiimi.
The iltmik of Fairlield has declared
dividetnd of 10 pier cent.
Dr. lidwlmard Gunter, who shiot Mr. Scuir
ry of New berry, was arrested a few day
since ipi Ashboro (N. C.)
We learn from the Newberrian tha
Kinrman, who was convicted of negro steal
ing, was executedl otn Friday last.
WVe learn from the WVinnsboro' Reais
ter that .the barbacue at Fo.rd's Place, ib
hionor of Mr. Boyce, caine ofY last Sat.
urday. TIhere wvere present from 250 ti
:100 persons. Mr. Boyce delivered at
eloquent and able address, in which he
touched upon the Kanoas Bill, the Gads
deni Treaty, and Cuba. ilis address evi
dently gave great satisfaiction.
Thie Portsmuouth Globe states Mr. J. M
Daniel his been piromotedl from Charge d
Afairs toi the situation of Minister resi
dent at Turin.
T1en of the party concerned i's the Sun
day r:ot at Brooklyn, in june last, havi
been convicted and sentinced to the peni
tentiary for terms. raniging from cne to tel
The present population of Texas is es
timiated at five hundred thousand, and the
annual increase at one hundred and fift
thousand. There are fifty-four newspa
pe published in the State,
Ten thousand dollars has been raised it
Newv York for the relief of the sufferin:
poor of Sauvannah).
Among thme premiums awarded at the
Pennsylvania Agrictultunral Fair, was
silver mnedal to Dr. J1. B. Davis, of Char
leston S. C., for Cashmere buck goat anm
Dr. Graham's trial for the murder o:
Col. Loring, is progressing Trho evidenct
adduced by the prosecution is very strong.
Kingston (Jamaica) papers received by
the Prometheus state thtat they have in
telligenca ofr-uhe faMet ,tatt .nbt..:-uo
Government had appointed a- commniston
to treat with the United States authori
ties and commander of the squadron there
orr the subject of the cession of Samana,
either by purchase or treaty arrangement,
to our government.
The Washington Star learns from a
gentleman who has just returned from
Kansas, where he has been ever since the
passage of the Territorial Gove rnment bill
that so far no slaves have been carried
into the territory, though many Arkansas
and Missouri slaveholders and othei State
citizens have taken up "claims" there.
Up to a very recent period the Southern
settlers greatly outnumbered tioae from
Northern States who were going in there
Now, however, the tide seems to have
changed. According to the viewa of this
intelligent and usually well informed gen.
tieman, ere the next Presidential election
cones ol, Kansas will have formed her
State Constitution and will be knockimg
at the door of Congress for admission into
t-e Union as a State.
The New York Express, in noticing
the fact that flour further declined 25 a
50 cents a harrel, and wheat 5 a 10 cents
a bushel, in that market on Tuesday,
With iacreasing receipts, and an en
tire absence of any demai.d for export, the
prospect of materially lower prices within
a short period is highly encouraging.
Prices of breadstufli have been redicu
lously high lor the past three niontms, anid
this sudden break down will be good to
every farmily in town, More especially
everybody in ind igent circumstances. The
attentionof Bakers is respectfully directed
to this important decline in the "stafrof
On Thur!:day there was a still further
decline of 25 a 50 per barrel on flour at
New York, making a total decie for the
three days of this week $1 a 1 75 per bar.
rel. Wheat also further declined in that
market on Friday, and corn gave way I
cent a bushel.
The Provincial Parliament of Canada
has passed an act granting to aliens the
right to purchase and convey lands in the
Queen's Provinces to the exteit of 400
acres each. The government have put
large tracts of land into market at 1 a 1.25
per acre. No teservation.s have beei n made
respecting mmierals, amid Yankees in Ilocks
are prospecting on the North shore of
Lake Superior for copper and iron, and
rich openings have been discovered, and
where one squatter could not cover the
minieral field, several unite, make their
claim, and jointly liirchase the site
The Mayor of Baltimore has nominated
two citizens of New Orleans, to represent,
in conjunction with a citizen of Baltimore,
the interest of that city in the adninistra
tion of the property hequeathed by the
late -lohn IcIDonmauughi to the citizens of
New Orteans and aItianaro. Thu Cres
eeni thinfs that all this trouble and expense
will go for nothing, as the executors still
hold on-their lawyers still receive their
handosme salaries, and the property re
mains in the nme hands that have nnna
Iged it for the Iast three years. Ne w Or
leans has given its bonids (100,000) to thia
lawyers wvho so successfully argued th~e
case before the Supreme Court ; it has
Iappointed commnissioners who have made
repeated itnqutiries for "the legacy,"-"thae
estate." But there is something more to
hie done before they get the property--the
citizens of B alh itmore and New Orleans must
organize t heir almns-hounse, their school
firrm andl oilier instit utions contcemplated
by Mir Mc lonotugh, before they cani enjoy
the legacies bequieathed by him. They
mutlst compilly with various other conde
tiotns, ptrecedeni fully declared in his very
comapex will, before they cant enter upon
these legacies. TJhte executors have re
plied in a card statmng their willingness to
surrender the property.
Ant exchiange paper states that the ed
haor of thme North C'arolina Iiaptist S4pecfta.
tor is an officiating minister of thme Gospel;
a licensed attorney ; agetnt fur tnearly all
the itnsuratice and assuransce coimaes
inorthi of the Potomiac ; commiuisionmer tor
thirty StateCs ; amid appalicanit Ion the saame
when Katnsas anal Nehraiska shall have
comlie in ; bank director ; chtairmian ot the
Board of Superintendlents of the Coinimnon
aSch'.ols; temperance orator ; agent anid
counsel for Wake- Forest College ;press.
dent and secretary of all the boards of the
Baptist church, 4-c ; anal int addition, he
-owns more property, has the neatest farm,
the best frtiia amid the finest cattle of any
inm nm the country.
So extraordinarily raplid has been the
groiwth of Cincinalmi that her exports havo
increasedI tromt about fotir tmilhmons ini 126,
to one hunbre-d and ten millions in 1854.
The deaths by fever ini Augumta for the
twenty-fonr hours ending Friday, p. im.
were two. For the month ending Sep.
temtber 30), the whole number of deaths
was 82, of which 50 were by yellow fever,
There were seven intermients ini Sa.
vannahm on Wednesday evening from yel
rThe Grand .Jutry of Richland District,
have made a presenitmeint reconmmending
that the present re.strictionms upotn the
Slave trade be retioved lby the General
Government, ati urging the necessity of
importing a fresh supply oif Slaves.
T he N~ewberry Sentinael in spetaking of
Dr. Baker's visit to their village says:
On Friday night Dr. Baker- commenced
a series of Revival se'rmons in -the Presby
terian Church. liis labour. else where
have been crowvned with hmuccess and we
hope that hie may atccomnplish much good
here. lie will continue his~ labours hero
fo sorne- -tim, - A'leep wbgihous feelinig'
prevails. and many are inquiring what
they nust do.to-be saved. There is an
earnest warn hearted, devoted seriousness
in tie Dr's. manner which fixes the atten
lion and enlists the feeling of his audience.
Twenty-two years ago hi preached here
and at tho Black Jack and accomplished
much good. We hope his present visit
will add lamrgely to the church of such as
shall be saved.
The Sun. in an article headed " Ii
ported Paupers and Foreignera " says :
Attention is being aroused to the fact
that the European governments are in the
habit of relieving their poor houses and
prisons by sending the inmates to Ameri
ca. On the Continent, common c, nvicis
receive pardon on condition that they pro.
ceed to the United States, and it seems
these convicts experience little dilliculty
in obtaining passports from the American
consuls in Germany. It is also well known
that, since the adoption of the Irish Poor
Law, which mnakes the property holders
of the country responsible for the poor
rates, Irish landlords, through their agents
and bailiffs, clear off the paupers from their
estates, by shiping them for American ports
with their passages barely paid. It costs
less to send a pauper to tihe United States
or Canada, than to support him or her in a
poor house for a single year.
To desire voluntary emigration of the
ablebodied, or of industrious familes, is
one thing, arid the forcing the refuse of tIme
indolent and demnoralized population of
Europe upon is, is a very dilrerent matter.
We are glad to learn, that Secretary Mar
cy has assured the Commissioners of Emni.
gration is New York, that the dopartment
will give strict instructions to our Consuls
in Europe upon this important subject.
A letter from London dated September
15th says :
The cholera is committing fearful rav
ages here in the heart of London, wth its
vast population of 2,500,000. It is rather
more (and a good deal more, too) than tie
ordinary disease. It is a pestilence-as
fatat, in fact, as time plague usually has
been in Turkey. The most temperate
lmabits, the :nost mod--rite living, the
strongest medical prec-autions, the greatest
atteition to cleanlmness and ventilation
all fail to stay the progress of this insidi
ous devastation. No description can nmake
you realize what we arc in the midsit of.
Within the hist twenty days there have
been four thonsand cholera deaths in Lon
don alone, (over and above the mortality
frot other ailnrents,) and this is not half
the actu-d] number, for all means are taken
to conceal the extemt of tihe evil.
The newspapers appear to have agreed
not to say a word about tihe natter, They
are believed to have adopted this line oi
procedure at time solicitation of time govern
Correspondence of the 1kinner.
Letter frama Coalazabia.
Richlaitti Electio-A.rciting Times
-Town Items-Spy Glass-Etc.
COrVU11mA, -. C., Oc 11. t 8954. .
Mesars. Editors: As we now vw ii te,
tihe voting for Senator of' Riihland
Dist rict is going ott. Sine the merm
orabic Ilarr'ison and Van Bumren carm
paigni of 1840, no election has ever
produmced such an excitemernt as tihe
present one. The conrtest is conideirmred
a very close (oneC; anid every vo'te will
" tell.'" Colummbtia will probably give
Col. Prestoni a large muajority. Gemi.
Adatm's Irienid" conn-f~etly expect the
"Gardsdent " borx tom give himi snehm am
largen vote, thant iL w' iii, whleni conaimmmred
with his respectable vomte in C2olurnbin1
and thme courmt ry po l is, se-enre- his elm-e
tionmt. But no' onie knows w hat a day
imay bring forthm arnd we awasit with
ennsiderable anixiety, the. " count " on
WVednesday next. Oii time sevenm candi
dates for~ the Ihouse of itepresenmtativ'es
it is certLain that Coul. Wadem Ilamp t. nr
Jrm. amnd Cajpt. WV. 1). Dei~nrisanre wvill
be elected. We will forwamrd comp~lete
retturns as soon as possible kirowinig
that time people in every parrt of time
State are initerested in th~ struggle
now taking place in (mid Ilmbland.
Tme issue is on thew Electoral (Jutestior
anid the judgmeint of time Camp;i mm may
be, as in times past, an exponent, of
T1he South Carolirna Co l lege comi
mmeimced its .FallI session on last MAlin
day with a ftmll complemnt of stirdents.
The graduaing class ot'54 comnsists of
'22 young gentlemen, whose foritmnate
"hoinor" and "lappinmtmnent" bearers
will have the pleasure of speaking in
the New College Chapel. Thmis bamil
ding is rapidly progressing and when
fin's~hed will ie an ornaroent to Co
We were iavored, a few days ago,
wvith an examination of time plants of
the Methodist F~emanle College soon toi
be erected here, and which is destined
to outvie every other public edifice in
towvn, in) point omf beattty arid tasteful
nmess. Mr. J. Graves is the Architeet.
'Te Court (if Common Pleas for
Rlieblanid District eoimmnced on
londa~y last, and onrled on Friday,
1Iis Ihonor Judge WVhitner presiding
The most interesting case tried, was
one0 to determnine then status of a girl
eaimed as a slave by a genmtlemnan of
Chester District. It was cotntended
by the~ defence that the said girl was
an Indian and much interest was
manifested nttn tha euna of rho t
al. Dr. R. W. Gibbs, who' accomtipa.
nied his testimatony, with exhibitions of
skulls, cleat ly proved the girl to be of
Indian origin ; and the jury returned a
verdict accordingly. Twenty-onue- C
most of them, sons of the Emerald lsl
-were naturalized and niade citizensi
of this glorious Republic.
We must hurry off to see how the
Election is ging, and must apologize
for our brief epistle this week.
For Tax Collector,
The Friends of J. Y. Brunson, annonce
hiri a candidate for Tax Collector of Clare
mont County, a t the ensuing Election,
Oct. 11, 1854 50 tf.
e Messrs. Editors:
Please announce Mr. JAMES McCA,.
LUM as a candidate for Tax Collector For
Salem, for die next term.
Oct 11, 1854 50 if
Desiring to go West we offer our Planta
tion for sale prira'ely. lying nn Lynches
Creek. only Six miles from L.ynchburg
Depot. Wilmington and Manchester Rail
Road. The tract containa about 100
acres, with some 200 closed in a high state
of ciihivation 60 of Which is the best
mnitom land. A Neat and comenuious
dwelling. new Gin honse and Screw and
all other necess try ont buildings. and
fences in good -repair. We hazzard nothing
in tanytig this place is perfectly healthy
and in point of productiveness and puirity of
water it is unsurpassed by any lan' in the
country. Call and see, it will bear close
I. L. & J. C. McLENDON. %
Oct. 11, 1.54 50 tf
A Desirable Residence for
The subs criber wishing to move West,
offers for sale, one of the most pleasant
stttattions in the village; contaming about
lifty-five acres of land. on which thlere in a
very comfortable Dwellin, and every irec
ess-try out house, all in good repair.
The crop of corn on the pl.ace this year,
will yield about live hundr.d bu-hels.
Any further information can tie obtained
by addresoing mn nn the premis's.
V. V. ALSTON.
Sumterville. Oct. 11, 18..
Etr All persons ndebted to me either
by note or account, are respecfuliy sol ic:
ted to cash the same, as lone itdulgencp
hs bteet givcn to many, and I am averse
to laxing any with cost.
W. W. A.
O.-t. 11, 18.1 50 tf.
Boots and Shoes for 9 e'
W. S. W OOU
annufacteurer anad Diler ia
Boo .s, Shoes and PI antation
' 111 - icharAlson S4treet,
Columbia, . G.
H AS now ott htanu a complete assortmeint
ol'the above articles. vw hich are tier
ed at the lowest prices for CASH or its
hlit stock tof Piahntatiint B rogans is well
n orthy thee attetionui of 'anitters, consiLtm
01 Meni's n~t led and ptegged Birogants and
A jgener..l assurtinenut of iadies, M sas
anti Ciinidren's Shoes of n.t elas.ses,
Gent's flne Dress, Pump atid Stitched
hlos of hii., town titnnta .ctu re, to whtwh
ho invites an exain nation,.
Ftndlin..s of nit de.'reript ions. Fm re
Frenchi anid A,,ner rin Citf t kmi, wmtcuf
will hfe miade to order ait the shoirtest no.
WV. S. WOOl), 185 Richtardson-sat.,
Columouuia, S. C.
Oi . 14, 1854 50 i f
Head Quarters, M
ORDI)E NO. -
A Court Martiai, for the trial of all defautlters
at the drill of oflicers, of the 20thi antd4 4th
Riegimients of Infantry, on the 6th inst., iad at
the Rieview~ of the samea Regim.-nti, on this
dlay, is ordered to hie held at Sumiervilfo on
Fa iday the 20th of October next.
Th'le court wdal cotnist of the followinig of.
ficerti: Col. F. M!. Mel lett of the 44th Rtegim't.
Lt. Col. J. D). Illandin;, "i i
Ma:j. 8. Leroy Shiaw. 20 ii
Cap,. Geii. McCutchien,"
"A nthonity n hite, t it
"3M. E. 31utldrow, i "
"J. B. N. 1 lammnet, 44
" R. A. Chandler, " is
" lhumi Moore', , a
Maj. J. S. Moore, Judge Advocate.
captainis of Companies, will have all do.
faulters duly warned, in their respective corn
pamnie, and furnish the Court with a list of
all d uefaulmers warned, and tbo evidence of
their being wvarned.
Colonels are charged with the extenrion and
execution of this order.
fly order of Birig. G'en. Chiandler.
T1. 1. liR ASERt,
Oct. 11, 1854 50 if
In Equity---Sumnter District.
John Rt. Broughton, 1
Lettia 1. liroughton, &
Margaret L. Broughton,
By their next friend,
James R. ,rock,
Epsy B. Blroughton.
IN purmuanuce of an order in the above stated
case, I will oll'or at public sale, on the first
Monday in November next, at Sumter Court
Ihonse that plantation or tract of land estima
ted to cotain about six sthousandt acre., lyinug
in Clarenidon co'mnty Sumiter D~istrict, at or
near Fuilton Post Olhice, belonging to the es
rain of the late Edward Brouguiton Sr., d~e.
ceased and upon which lie residedl at the time
of his deth. Not to be sold for less thatn sev
en thtoutsand, seven hundreu and filly dollars.
Upon the pemites is a Grist Mill1, and a Saw
Mill which is not ini running order.--The
lanads lie upon the Wateree Swamnp,cntainiing
both low and high lands anti atllirds tin un
surpassied range fur stock of all kinds--rho
whole contiuing one of the must vacluable
Piantatitons ever olluered for sale it this Dis.
TxaRms.-One-fourth part of the purchase
money to be pat d in cash; the balance payale
ii one, two and three years with interest fromti
the day of sale, the purchaser to give hoiud itdl
personal scurity, and a miorugage of the land
or the credt portion of tihe .asA purchar~e mo
ney. - -
WV. F n IAurnnW~,n-.
fIke 'Tail ,4tRSac L..ane-t
124 forty degre&s ilegtla, but sr thin.
n sultlmtance that Stars are Viaible throughr
., 'Ime mnarvelous tiles of ismie niostrmm.
nonders ore nearly as lng, and quite as
sily seen through.
' he proprietor of Dr. G(t ystnt's Extracr
f Yellow Dock and Sars parilla, however,
as no occasion to resort to such tales in
>rder to attract puiblic attemi ojn.
e. T ctual eres perforned by the ar
Wcle. wherever it is introduced, is tle
Jsi upon which the repstmt ation of this
,eniedy is funlded,ias the hundreds of cer
tifiales of renewed honpes, eialth and life,
tlnt are cointinuahy Ilowing in upon hun,
Will. will prove; - -V- -
il* Ilhnibugs may flourish for a time,
but a remedy mnias e i-spes'rare 'n4kiid inal
virtupp, to eslaiple. x7 e a p l
Dr. Gayana's-Ydlit)) D&& iarli
rilla has established wIterqy j ween ,
(r' See advortisemen. .
To the Planters pf numter
We have just receved a large STOCK
OP KERSEMV0, Plains. Unsev%,
Blankets, Shoes, &c. &., to -all oI whI
we especi.ily invite your -attention,. We
offer Bargain in these goods.
WATSON & GARDNER.
Oct. 4, 1854 4 t '.
Factor and Forwarding
Will give pronpt persmoal attention *6 the
sale, or forwardimg ol Cottons, Nava I-stores,
or any-other prodtuce, or to the purchase
and forwarding of 3lerchaidise.
E. P. HALL. Pre't Br'h D'k. Wilming
Dr. Titos. It. Wn ronrr, torn.
0. G. PARSLEY, ['rC' C' Bk N. C.
Gen.!W. W. IIAInLE., M
McDo.uiA. & CHAWron, - Marion,
Co1. I-. V. CuanI.Ss, I
G. . W. CA., 1 Darngon
J%ns J.. Moons. Sumter.
Oct. 4, 18.4 49 ly.
ELISHA CARSON & SON,
GENERAL COMMISSION - MERCHANTS,
CIIARLETON, S. C.
EIASJIA - ARSON, I Office, Boyce 4(o'a
JA MIE sM.CAitSO 1. Whurf.
P Libemal adivauces made on Produce
consigned to their care.
Octiber 4, ii54 49 tf
So. Carolina---Sumter Dist.,
By Iv. LE IVPIs, Es.b, Ordinaryfor'sai.
Wlireas, E. B. Divis hatll applied I
me Illr Luters of Administratiinoo all wI
sinmgular the goods aind chatlie.4, right- am
creditors of tie late W. S. Wilder, 0t
ihI,- s:id D.- ret, dvcase.l.
These are, thmerefIlore, it, vile and adimon.
isl .ili anmd sintuilar, file indred and 4 redi
turs of the sail dles.--t, t" be and appear
e ..rc at our next U:ah::rv's 1. ort or
tihe sm 'd Ds rict, toih hrholdii at Sisuter
%:ourt li'iase umn Friday t1 131h day of
October mst., io show causp, it anyv, wihy
tihe said administration shouid Iaui be
Given unmier lly haid ani .ea, tim
4th 1day of co .-, i.i the year
(L. ] our Lrd, one housand 'mght hun.
dred] andm fifty.i'ur, andi m the '7th
yer of Arnetrimn me - 'indemtence.
Octoher 4, 1854I -19 e
Th'ie niext rearmiar rnitetmig om ihe Salem
Bloird a (tnimimnrm ot Roads wvill be
nield at Jrmies Lo'ewry's ''n time third TPues
lay itn O.c;ecr .mmt., at beaing thm. 17:6 iofm
tihe fImnth.- J. W. S'T'OCK EY.
Oct. 4, l$54 * 49e sr
Mulea ! Mues ! MYules !
TI'lE~ sntscribers notify theo ciLazens of'
eanomter mnd time amdjimnwag: Di.,tricts, that
thney) wul~ bme ini dumtmervmie (o tihe 10:h of m
O~ctobeir proximo, at which timie they wdI
offer lfir 8" Ic as lise, or time imnest lot oft
Mmiib's eve'r otTled in this nm.arket.
Tihey will bem. glad tnm ha~ve nil those. who
muy bet ini wanmt mat muhrasor hmorsesm, wvhoainro
imdi ot looking4 a' 11tO Stock, tom cmh tuponi
theml at Chlm..', fluei. Thicr oldi cuto
ime.rs capeem ill .
EI5LIS & S.NDERS.
Sept. 13, 1954 -46 i
By Rev. )r. CUiluING, O~ Lomdun.
AM~ EltICA NN, wvia you real the mserly
expomsure of the ttlysteries of Roe
JOllN P. JEWVETT & COMPANY,
Pubbmihersm, 1loiton. -
Sept. 20, 1854 47.. , 3t
BUY DR. DAJDD's
MODERN HORSE DOOTOR,
THEJ BESTI WVOltK ON TIlE 'HORSta
EVER PiUBLIdShIED IN AMERtCA.
PRlIR$1,2 5. yW
JOllN P. JEWETlT & COMBRANY,
Sept. '20. 195~4 47 3t.
Persons havinig bumsmnmm', reltionri with)
time " Southmern Quarterly Re'vtw,"i will
for tihe upresent please address- their tom-.
mmiiia tiotis to the publisher,-in Colunibia,
S. C.,C. MORTMER.
Oct. 4, 1854 49 , tf
Old Brass and Copper.
Tme Subscriber will pay 12.2 Ents per
pound in cash for ainy qatiy MhodBrass
mir Copper, deivered at his shihii*;br tihe
Wihnuingtonm ammd Mlanchmester K~t. It."Depot
tm Sumtervillep. .:.
Fybmrtnry 28, I185'4 8S . a, ti.
ED)WA RD 8OLOYIONs.